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The Democrats are literally having a second National Convention!

This is a brilliant move by the Clinton campaign. I believe it will be a permanent part of all campaigns going forward. It is that good!

In addition the Obama's have the chance historically to enter the true stratosphere of all time great American Presidencies.

Tomorrow Hillary Rodham Clinton will be our 45th American President. I am so proud!

Barack Obama is now viewed more positively than Ronald Reagan was in 1988

Source: Washington Post

Pollster.com's Charles Franklin was a little ahead of the curve Sunday morning when he pointed out that President Obama's approval rating right now is among the highest Election-Day approval ratings in recent history.

Franklin tracked recent survey results by party to evaluate Obama's approval, finding that, at 52.1 percent on average, he's viewed more positively now than Ronald Reagan was at the end of his second term, but not as positively as was Bill Clinton at the end of his.

On Election Day 2012, Obama was right at 50 percent, according to Gallup. For past presidents, we have to interpolate from poll numbers on either side of Election Day. But Franklin appears to be right: Obama's more popular now than was Reagan in 1988 -- or any modern era president in office at election time in the past four decades except Clinton in 2000 and Reagan in 1984.

Read more: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-fix/wp/2016/11/07/barack-obama-is-now-viewed-more-positively-than-ronald-reagan-was-in-1988/

Barack Obama is our Ronald Reagan. In fact he is better. He is truly going to be remembered as one of the best and most transformational Presidents in our country's history.

Which cable news station will you watch for the election tomorrow night?


I will be switching between CNN and MSNBC for the night. For the 3rd year in a row I admit I will be watching FOX as soon as the election is called for Hillary. It's one of the great joys in my election viewing night.

In the past I have been MSNBC almost exclusively for nights like this. However, this year I have watched CNN more frequently. I will have the DVR recording all 3 cable news stations for the evening. I use to watch NBC, CBS and ABC, but in my local market, there is to much local news coverage. At 11pm when the National race is called, our local affiliates are in local news.

Here are some of the laughable CNN conservative commentators

I can't wait to watch once this race is called at 11pm EST. The conservative pundits during this election cycle have been the most un-intelligent and ridiculous people I have ever seen on TV in my life. They have become cartoons.

I have never seen people so willing to look stupid on TV in one election cycle. I hope they were paid well for the destruction of their credibility.

Katrina Pierson, complete with her bullet necklace

Trump's top defender, Jeffrey Lord

The meanest woman on cable, Scottie Neil Hughes

Barbie Doll "airhead" clone, Kayleigh McEnany

What are your plans for election night?

Elon University Poll North Carolina, HRC 42% tRump 41%



This is just another NC poll to add to the collection. I haven't seen a reliable poll out of NC with tRump in the lead in weeks.

We win NC. We win the election. Case closed.

****IBD/TPP Poll HRC+3****


This has been the conservatives favorite poll for months. It has been promoted as the most accurate poll of the 2012 race.

Their new number today:

HRC 44
Trump 41

All of the polls are moving in the same direction with HRC leading from 3-7 points Nationally. HRC is in a commanding position heading into the last week of the campaign.

Why is CNN outside? You can't hear anything.

I think its ridiculous that every news organization thinks they have to run outside to cover some big news event. I much prefer to watch coverage from people reporting the news from the comfy confinements from the newsroom.

I can't even hear the CNN commentators with all of the shouting going on behind them. How is this good TV? The commentators have no more information sitting there than they would if they were still in the newsroom.

The whole concept is stupid.

Morning State Polls

Trump 42
Clinton 41
Johnson 9
Stein 4

North Carolina
Clinton 45
Trump 41
Johnson 9

North Carolina
Clinton 45
Trump 43
Johnson 5

New Hampshire
Clinton 45
Trump 39
Johnson 9
Stein 2

Clinton 45
Trump 39
Johnson 10

Trump 34
Clinton 28
McMullin 20
Johnson 9

Polls were conducted by
Umass/Channel 7 Boston
Suffolk U.
Senate Leadership Fund
Monmouth U.

FOX News National Poll. Clinton +7

Clinton receives 45 percent of the vote to Trumpís 38 percent. Libertarian Gary Johnson is at 7 percent and Green Party candidate Jill Stein gets 3 percent. Last week, Clinton was up by two points in the four-way contest (44-42 percent).

In the two-way matchup, itís Clinton over Trump by eight (49-41 percent). She had a four-point edge a week ago (48-44 percent, Oct. 3-6).

Clintonís lead is outside the pollís margin of sampling error in both the two-way and four-way contests.


Poll was conducted entirely after the debate.

4th Trump Woman Accuser to be on MSNBC at 11PM Tonight

The 4th woman to accuse Trump of misconduct who's story was a part of RM breaking news coverage will be on MSNBC at 11PM with Brian Williams.


CNN. Brianna Keilar interviews Kellyanne Conway 10-12-16.

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