pic.twitter.com/OlCPxwWugM Glen Weldon (@ghweldon) August 17, 2016 What is perhaps surprising is the aftereffect of this conversation: CNN took it upon itself to explain how polls work, while Fox Newsyes, Fox News reminded its audience that , as much as some people would like to think otherwise, polls are usually right when done properly. Cohen, meanwhile, has a completely different take on what happened than the rest of the world. I think I unraveled her, he told Yahoo! News about the interview. But then, he does have experience not understanding what everyone else alive seems to be able to grasp. The Takeaway: Lets try and put this in a way that everyone can understand. MSNBC producer Kyle Griffin, care to take a swing? knock knock Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) August 17, 2016 Have We Hit Peak Trump Twitter? http://realcaleblopez.haralsoncounty.org/2016/08/30/useful-ideas-to-consider-on-crucial-aspects-for-interview/What Happened: We might have reached peak Trump Twitter this week, thanks to a genuinely inexplicable tweet about the UKs exit from the European Union. Where It Blew Up: Twitter, media reports What Really Happened: Thursday, Donald Trump tweeted out this rather hard-to-grok message: They will soon be calling me MR.
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