Media does not portray Trump’s advantage over Biden in August: Mollie Hemingway

The 2020 presidential race is “very reminiscent” of the 2016 matchup in which Hillary Clinton lost to President Trump, Mollie Hemingway said Tuesday.

Hemingway told “Fox and Friends”, “When the media claimed in 2016 that it was almost impossible for Donald Trump to win the Republican nomination and certainly he would not win the presidency and he won in solid terms, it was almost impossible.” Was. ” “

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Vice President Mike Pence and Democratic Vice Presidential candidate Sen. Kamala Harris both campaigned on Wisconsin’s significant battleground on Labor Day, the traditional kickoff for general election campaigning.

While parachuting in the same state, the running mate for President Trump and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden were away – on opposite sides of Wisconsin.

The Vice President presided over La Crosse, a city of about 50,000 along the Mississippi River in the southwest corner of the state. Pence lectured at the Electric Utility Dairyland Power Cooperative on “A Stronger American Workforce”.

Harris campaigned in the state’s largest city of Milwaukee. The California senator toured with labor leaders at an International Brotherhood of Electric Workers training facility and later spoke with black business owners in Milwaukee.

Both gave different philosophies of economy.

The most recent Fox News poll in Wisconsin – conducted a week ago – signaled the former Vice President with an 8-point lead over Trump among likely voters. An average of all the most recent public opinion polls, compiled by Real Car Politics, showed slightly higher competition, with Biden leading the president by 4.4 points.

According to the Real Clear Politics Average in Wisconsin on this date four years ago, Clinton gave Trump a lead of 5.3 points. The final average on the eve of the 2016 election indicated Clinton topped Trump by 6.5 points – before Trump raised the Democratic nominee by a little over seven-ten percent.

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Hemingway said signaling to Trump that “was in a very bad place” months ago was “right.” But in August, she said, Trump’s vote in the battlegrounds shifted in his favor.

“A pollster saw a 10-point pace toward Donald Trump in Florida. He was also down eight and a half points in Pennsylvania. Which was cut in half. Another polluter saw a dramatic movement within a margin of error for Donald Trump by a very small percentage. Hemingway said that if you look at Michigan and Wisconsin and North Carolina, they have cut elections according to this average.

Hemingway said, “It’s important that the media portray this. Instead, they say ‘well, not a lot changed in August.’ We can all see that there was a lot of change in August. ”

Fox News’ Paul Steinhauser contributed to this report.