Days to election: 11
Ballots already cast: > 46 million
Top voting states for far:
Key issues -- Trump and Biden squared off on health care, climate change, energy policy, foreign policy, immigration and more.
Key moments -- The most awkward moment for Biden was describing the 1994 crime bill, which he used to claim credit for passing.
The most problematic moments for Trump were a tie between his claim he was the "least racist" person in the room and his argument that migrant children separated from their parents at the border were well cared for.
Trump preempts 60 Minutes, posts raw video of interview -- It focuses on his treatment of the economy, the pandemic, his entreaties to suburban women that he'll "save" the suburbs from low-income housing and more.
On the other hand, Trump's detailed rants about Hunter Biden, about so-called Spygate and more are major distortions of fact.
When Stahl pushed back on him, repeatedly, he repeatedly accused her of "discrediting herself." I don't think there's an objective viewing of that interview that backs up his claim.
Instead, Trump talks over every one of her questions and throws out the same diversionary pyrotechnics we're used to in interviews, press conferences and debates. He is who he is.
And at the debate he said the US is rounding the bend on Covid and things are going well. That's not the case with Covid deaths, which are increasing.
Democrats boycotted Amy Coney Barrett's committee hearing. She's en route to confirmation next week.
He writes: "The state the President won by more than 3 percentage points four years ago has continued its gradual political transformation, moving away from the red states to its south and toward its bluer neighbors to the north. The transformation has been propelled by a mix of factors: The state is growing more diverse with Hispanic and Asian immigrants, its cities and suburbs are booming with unbridled growth from northern transplants, older voters from the northeast who are fleeing Trump have retired to the state's coast and the Tar Heel State's once large rural population is shrinking."
QOTD from Sen. Mitt Romney on Trump's chances of winning -- "I think I saw a tweet today saying it's 12% chance, someone else said 10% chance. I think it's much more like 40%, but time will tell."