Thursday, August 18, 2016

Which Polls? All of Them

Brianna Keiler has had quite a few days as a substitute CNN anchor.

"2nd day in a row @brikeilarcnn had a viral video first the #TurdTornado guy & now the #SaysWho guy #ClintonKaine."

First the Tornado Truther and now Trump's lawyer Michael Cohen's 'Which polls?' moment.

"Asked about Donald Trump’s decision to hire a pair of new senior campaign officials amid his growing polling deficit, the Manhattan billionaire’s attorney’s incredulous response was “says who?”

"In an interview on Wednesday afternoon, substitute CNN host Brianna Keilar asked Trump Organization Executive Vice President Michael Cohen about the hiring of campaign manager Kellyanne Conway and CEO Stephen Bannon, widely perceived as a shakeup intended to remedy the Republican nominee’s struggling campaign."

"Cohen balked at the idea that the hires constituted any kind of shakeup and interrupted Keilar in the middle of a follow-up question when she said, “You say it is not a shakeup but you guys are down.”

“Says who?” said Cohen, whose job description also includes serving as Trump’s special counsel.

“Polls. Most of them. All of them?” an incredulous Keilar responded, sounding surprised that Cohen would refuse to even acknowledge the notion that Trump’s campaign had fallen behind that of Hillary Clinton.

“Says who?” Cohen asked again, to which Keilar replied, “Polls. I just told you. I answered your question.”

Unsatisfied, Cohen followed up: “OK, which polls?”

“All of them,” the CNN host said.

“OK,” Cohen said. “And your question is?”

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I thought lawyers are never supposed to ask questions they don't know the answer to. Why would you possibly ask 'Which polls?' when literally it's every single one of them?

This is going to become a huge meme.

Which polls? It kind of sums it up well.

Meanwhile Trump tries to criticize Hillary for 'Taking weekends off the campaign trail.'

Uh, that's Trump's whole problem. He does way too much. No doubt Paul Manafort wishes he'd take a weekend or two-or heck, a week or two-off.

Trump would literally do better if he stopped campaigning for a month. Thankfully this is off the table as Trump hired Stephen Bannon to enable him.

You sort of see the future of Trump post landslide loss: him, Bannon and Roger Ailes all in on the Trump News Network.

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