Still, it's hard not to at least pay a bit of attention to a fresh poll from the New York Times and Sienna College in which Joe Biden takes 50 percent and Donald "Empty Arena" Trump takes 36 percent. And as the Times' Nate Cohn explained when adding some context to the poll in a series of tweets on Wednesday, he spent time earlier this week—merely out of "academic curiosity"—attempting to find any "serious choices" with regards to weighting or design that could have given Trump a more flattering outcome.
"And I've got nothing," Cohn said.
Trump's recent activity, some of which has been met with the attachment of warning messages to his tweets by the Twitter team, includes threatening protesters and sharing bizarrely doctored footage.
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