Eric Trump to Giordano on Town Hall Bias: 'Not One Hunter Question?'

Dom Giordano Program | October 16, 2020

The Dom Giordano Program
October 16, 2020 - 1:30 pm
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(Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

Eric Trump On The President's NBC Town Hall

Eric Trump returns to the Dom Giordano Program for a discussion about last night’s competing town halls, with Trump and Savannah Guthrie on NBC, and Biden with George Stephanopoulos on ABC. Trump discusses the tone of questioning on both networks, noting that there was no mention of Hunter Biden whatsoever during the Biden town hall, which was chock full of softball questions. Also, Trump brings us inside the event, discussing what it was like behind the scenes at the President’s town hall.

Steve Bannon On Social Media and Hunter Biden

Steve Bannon returns to the Dom Giordano Program to discuss the controversy surrounding a New York Post report on Hunter Biden's personal laptop, which allegedly shows evidence of racketeering between the Biden family and foreign governments. Bannon takes the audience through the history of the Hunter Biden allegations, and explains what it means for the country's foreign relationships, particularly the relationship with China.

Robert Cahaly Gives A Polling Update

Robert Cahaly, chief pollster at the Trafalgar Group, rejoins the Dom Giordano Program for a polling update with 18 days to go until the Presidential Election. First, Cahaly explains how his polling process differs from other polling places, explaining that he tries to strive for an environment of anonymity, using digital technology and text messaging to gather results. Cahaly explains that this is because when there’s a lack of anonymity, people may alter their results depending on who they’re speaking with, in an effort to be perceived as virtuous. Then, Cahaly takes Dom through battleground states, focusing heavily on Michigan which Cahaly believes favors Trump. That being said, Cahaly notes that Pennsylvania will indeed be the toughest state for the President to win.