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Top Trump spokesman won’t admit unscientific online polls are 'bogus' in cringeworthy interview

A top spokesman for Donald Trump refused to admit Thursday that unscientific online polls are “bogus” when pressed repeatedly by MSNBC host Chuck Todd. “Why do you think the multiple pulls, scientific polls, have said Hillary Clinton won the debate by a two-to-one margin?” Todd asked. “I mean, it’s not even close.” “All right, well I got to set you straight on that one,” said Jason Miller, a senior communications adviser to Trump, before citing unscientific online polls.
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