Episode: BOTH SIDES NOW: OCTOBER 7th, 2016


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BOTH SIDES NOW: OCTOBER 7th, 2016

David Corn (Mother Jones) and Charles Cooke (National Review) agreed broadly that while Pence helped Pence in the veep debate, the Kaine-the-Interrupter helped Clinton by reminding all of his ticket’s key arguments concerning latinos, women, nukes, Putin. A curious new poll pitting Obama against Trump showed POTUS 44 doing only a couple of points better than Hillary — how come? On Syria, it turns out at this point that there’s not that much difference between the nominees other than Pence except leaning toward challenging the Russians with ground troops (which DJT dismissed a week later). 



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