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Biden Coup Fails? The Dreadful Democratic Polling Situation (with Evan Scrimshaw)

President Biden appears to have put down the first push a coup to unlatch him from his party's nomination but it might have only presaged a real medical scandal. Evan Scrimshaw of walks us through the dismal electoral reality for Democrats after the debate.

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