Polling indicates that Hillary Clinton will be our next president, but there are still ways for Donald Trump to pull ahead. We discuss the factors in our country that brought us to the weirdest campaign of our lifetimes. Hillary Clinton could have been easy to defeat with a traditional candidate, but Trump is no stereotype! "Republicans just needed to nominate someone who didn't frighten the horses," Mona Charen said.
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Margie Omero, The Pollsters / PSB Research, @MargieOmero
Leslie Sanchez, Impacto Group, @LeslieSanchez
Gene Sperling, Clinton campaign, @genebsperling
Mona Charen, Ethics and Public Policy Institute / National Review Online, @monacharenEPPC
Keli Goff, Daily Beast, @keligoff
Mickey Kaus, Political Commentator and Author, @kausmickey
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