Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America react to a new survey showing the vast majority of Trump voters are satisfied or pleasantly surprised by his performance thus far, despite news reports to the contrary.  They also roll their eyes at suggestions that today’s special House election in Georgia is somehow a national referendum on Trump or the GOP.  And they’re not at all surprised to learn that higher minimum wages in San Francisco are leading to more restaurant closures.

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  1. John Russell Thatcher
    John Russell

    Sponsors of AM radio-style commercials before the podcast: Capitol One.

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    Why no mention of either by  the podcast hosts?

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  2. Dr.Guido Member

    Gentle correction. The Dems polled the Bob Turner district and discovered that he was very competitive (for the first time since 1923!) SO the Dems Gerrymandered it out of existence.. Only then, and belatedly, did he decide that the Senate seat looked inviting —but the Conservatives went for Long who was trounced by Gillebrand.

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