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MSNBC 5 Nov 2020

Kornacki: Philadelphia Could Be More Than Enough To Vault Biden Over Trump In Statewide Lead

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Steve Kornacki breaks down the latest ballots coming in for Pennsylvania. Kornacki says that if mail-in ballots continue to follow the trend of favoring Vice President Joe Biden, then "Philadelphia itself would be more than enough to vault Biden over Trump in that statewide lead." Aired on 11/05/2020.


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