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RUSH: Have you seen the New York Post again with nude photos of Melania Trump?  And today these are, what would you call, girl-on-girl I think is the — nude girl-on-girl photos with Melania and other women. 

I think this probably might wrap up the LGBTQ vote for Trump.  You never know how these things are seen.  You never know.  And the single white male vote, particularly the some or no college educated white male vote.  Yeah, I mean, isn’t this the kind of stuff that makes people big stars today on Twitter and Facebook, TMZ?  I mean, this is just the Kardashians in a sense of the subject type stuff.  I mean, it’s relatable. 

There’s a poll out there today.  By the way, folks, Reuters has acknowledged they have changed their poll methodology in a big way.  Pat Caddell, by the way, has nailed this.  You know what Reuters is essentially doing ?  They’re taking away the “neither one” option, which is the undecided vote.  They’re taking it away.  They’re forcing people in their poll to choose, Trump or Hillary or Gary Johnson or Jill Stein.  I think in various polls, only Hillary and Trump are in, then all four are included, but there is no more option “none of the above,” which takes out the undecided. 

The undecided is always a huge factor in elections and campaigns.  And Reuters is taking them out.  The reason they’re taking it out is because then they are assuming what people who would classify their opinion as undecided, who they support, and they’re assuming that a majority of those people would vote for Hillary.  And so Hillary has now a six-point lead in the latest Reuters poll.  And they’re chalking it up to a bounce from her convention.  And it’s all because of a change in the methodology. 

Now, this is publicly admitted to.  This is Reuters, I think it’s Ipsos.  Reuters may do a number of polls, one just them and one with Ipsos and then with Ipsos Facto.  I don’t know.  But they’re admitting this major, major change in methodology.  Now, you may not think it’s much.  You take out essentially the undecided, the “I don’t know,” the “I haven’t made up my mind,” the “I don’t care,” the “none of the above,” whatever the option is that creates undecided. 

I mean, that’s where the precious independents usually are.  And they’re not in the Reuters poll.  And there’s some other — I think there’s a couple other — CBS or another poll.  They’re trying to give Hillary a giant, giant bump out of the Democrat convention.  And the story of Mr. and Mrs. Khan, Khizr Khan, is the fuel that is continuing to propel this.  

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