We all have a favorite dish at our favorite restaurant, and often enough we just can’t help but to stick with it. Could this tendency explain the resounding lead Donald Trump enjoys in the Republican race? Are those 91 indictments resembling five star reviews to the GOP base, or are DeSantis, Haley and Ramaswamy simply unappetizing?

Today Henry sits down with FiveThirtyEight’s Geoffrey Skelley and Cook Political Report’s Amy Walter to go over the menu. He and Geoff consider the Democrat’s lack of alternatives to the underwhelming Joe Biden, along with the ‘No Labels’ third party push. Amy joins to discuss the GOP’s race to second place and whether one of those candidates could go on to pull enough of the Republicans willing to be persuaded away from Trump.

Stay tuned to the end to hear Henry’s breakdown of the NRSC’s ad against Montana senator Jon Tester.

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