US polls closing, Gringrich tetchy

The US presidential polls seem to be closing heading in to the last two weeks of the campaign, but Hillary Clinton appears to still hold an advantage over Donald Trump.

The RealClear Politics poll average has closed up to +4.4% for Clinton. Polls still vary widely:

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FiveThirtyEight also shows a gradual closing trend in expected result:

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Meanwhile Republican Speaker had a rancorous interview with Megyn Kelly on Fox News, discussing the polls and sexual predators, and accuses Fox of being anti-Trump like the rest of the media.

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  1. Corky

     /  27th October 2016

    Fight the good fight, Trumpy. The Wicked Witch must never own the oval office. All the little people are relying on you, cos Michael Moore said. And I agree with him. America has one chance, for better or worse. At least its a chance.

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    • Corky

       /  27th October 2016

      We have nothing like Megyn Kelly in New Zeland. She has it all. At 3.50 there’s some cute vocals going on. Either that, or the clip is CORRUPTED.

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  2. Josh Kraushaar ‏@HotlineJosh
    One overlooked part of the Gingrich-Kelly interview. He insists GOP outvoting Democrats in Pennsylvania, a state with *no* early voting.

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  3. Corky

     /  27th October 2016

    Just watched One News show the above clip, but they edited it to show Megyn rolling her eyes.
    Translation: another white guy making excuses for Trump….probably a sexual predator, too.
    Fuck mainstream media. The sooner Trumpy sticks it to these pricks the better. Thank God and the American way for You Tube. But how much longer will we be able to access it?.

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  4. Pete Kane

     /  27th October 2016

    Wonder if any of this impacts?
    “BREAKING: James O’Keefe Releases FOURTH Video, Follow The Money”
    http://www.hannity.com/articles/election-493995/breaking-james-okeefe-releases-fourth-video-15240714/

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    • It may, but O’Keefe and Hannity hardly have mainstream credibility.

      It may do little more than screech to the converted.

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      • Corky

         /  27th October 2016

        Maybe. Bit I’m sensing a mood swing. Not necessarily a vote swing. The former is crucial to the latter. Maybe people are looking past MSM because it isn’t tallying with their perceptions of what’s happening on the campaign trail?

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      • Klik Bate

         /  27th October 2016

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