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Donald Trump slams the polls, gets an assist from Nate Silver and Howard Dean

President Donald Trump took to Twitter this morning to slam “Fake Polling” and said the “Fake News has never been more dishonest than it is today”:


He was especially peeved at the leak of his internal polling data to the media:

Here’s what the president is referring to:

But he is right that relying on the media’s reliance on polls this far out to drive the daily news is bonkers. Here’s an assist from 538’s Nate Siver:


And as if on cue, the media is pushing new Quinnipiac numbers that show the president in trouble:

We should totally trust Quinnipiac, says Sen. Bill Nelson? Oops:

And let’s go back to 2016, shall we?

Donald Trump won each of these states, as we know. From Newsweek:

A number of Quinnipiac University polls released on Tuesday also put Clinton ahead in four key swing states. In Florida, Clinton has 46 percent to Trump’s 45 percent; in Ohio she leads by 46 percent to Trump’s 41 percent; and in Pennsylvania she leads Trump 48 percent to 43 percent. In North Carolina, Clinton has 47 percent support to Trump’s 44 percent.


And here’s Howard Dean with a second assist to the president:

Libs don’t believe the polls, why should Trump?



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