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On this week's POLITICAL INSIDERS, Pat Caddell, Doug Schoen and John LeBoutillier discussed the current state of the POTUS race; what to make of the polls; can Gary Johnson make it into the Presidential Debates; and is Trump's latest pivot too little, too late - or can he still turn this race around?


Here is our show:

Political Insiders Part 1: Campaign strategy: Who's winning?

Political Insiders Part 2: Oh those polls!

Political Insiders Part 3: Third party and Independents

Political Insiders Part 4: Is the election over?


Can The Donald Still Turn The Race Around?

Can Trump’s Second Staff Shake-Up in Two Months Turn This Race Around?
 
1)   Until the first Presidential Debate – on September 26th – this is now the most crucial time period in the 2016 POTUS Campaign;
2)   Because the question hangs in the air: has Trump already committed political suicide over the past three and one half months?

JOHN LEBOUTILLIER ON THE RADIO TODAY

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Can The Donald Now Turn It Around? Watch POLITICAL INSIDERS Sunday at 7:30 PM on FNC

Where does the Presidential race now stand? Does The Donald’s newest staff shake-up – his second in two months -  improve his chances of coming back and winning? Or is it already too late? What about Hillary’s spate of troubles? Will these things ever hurt her?

This – and much more – will be discussed by the POLITICAL INSIDERS– Pat Caddell, Doug Schoen and John LeBoutillier – live - on Fox News Channel this Sunday evening – at 7:30 PM ET.

POLITICAL INSIDERSis the only show or segment anywhere on TV that features people who have actually run campaigns and done politics for a living. And there is no spinning, no Talking Points and no hidden agendas – just straight analysis.


So tune into the Fox News Channel at 7:30 PM ET this Sunday and watch POLITICAL INSIDERS.


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And you can read more political analysis at www.johnlebout.com

After Trump's Terrible Week, Where Does the Race Stand?

After Trump’s Terrible Week, where does the Presidential race now stand? Has The Donald so damaged himself that he is handing victory to Hillary? Can he reverse this trend? Why can’t Hillary truthfully answer questions about her emails? Does the $400 Million in cash to Iran become an issue in the campaign?

This – and much more – will be discussed by the POLITICAL INSIDERS – Pat Caddell, Doug Schoen and John LeBoutillier – live - on Fox News Channel this Sunday evening – at 7:30 PM ET.


POLITICAL INSIDERS is the only show or segment anywhere on TV that features people who have actually run campaigns and done politics for a living. And there is no spinning, no Talking Points and no hidden agendas – just straight analysis.


So tune into the Fox News Channel at 7:30 PM ET this Sunday and watch POLITICAL INSIDERS.


Follow us on Twitter @FNInsiders


And you can read more political analysis at www.johnlebout.com

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Here is this week's show for you:


Headline: Next steps in a Clinton-Trump general election
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Headline: Polls show tight race between Trump and Clinton
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Headline: Trump complains about debates conflicting with NFL games
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Headline: Clinton courts working class whites in Pa., Ohio
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Why The Dems Run Better Conventions and Campaigns

State of the 2016 Race
A column for The Hill analyzing the current state of the 2016 presidential race.


The Democrats and the Hillary Clinton campaign are simply better now at running conventions and campaigns for president.

1. Back in the 1980s, the GOP — especially President Reagan's team — were the best at running national campaigns.

2. Of course, in those days — because California was a reliable, guaranteed GOP source of electoral votes — winning the presidency was indeed easier for the Republicans.