In an interview with a top aide to Trump, Jason Miller and NBC’s Chuck Todd nearly came to blows as they sparred over the accuracy of online polls. Todd insists that online polls showing Trump winning are inaccurate, while Miller maintains they are. PLEASE TAKE NATIONAL POLLS AND PETITIONS. YOUR OPINION MATTERS Results Are Sent To Congress - Let Congress Hear Your Voice
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“The energy and enthusiasm in this race is all with Mr. Trump,” Miller said.
“I’ll take the seven-plus polls that all showed Trump winning big time. That’s what we think is a much more accurate reflection of what happened on Monday night.”
Miller also backed up Trump’s assertion from a Thursday rally that the debate had been “rigged.” He said Clinton was spared many of the tough follow-up questions that Trump received.
“The second half of the debate was clearly stacked to Hillary Clinton,” he said.
And Miller defended Trump’s assertion from a Wednesday rally that Google was working to hide negative information about Clinton, citing a Breitbart News post. Todd noted that report had been aggregated from Sputnik News, a Russian news agency.
“We didn’t do our own study, but it’s a report that’s out in the public,” Miller said.
“It makes you wonder.”