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Can Trump Win? Yes. But the Path Is Narrow and Difficult.

NYTimes.com Thursday, 22 October 2020
President Trump’s prospects depend on late and fundamental shifts in the dynamics of the race, including Joe Biden stumbling badly in Thursday’s debate and Mr. Trump exhibiting discipline on the virus.
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