Michael Koenigs on His Election Cycle Journey Across America

ABC News' Michael Koenigs biked 1,000 miles across America to cover the presidential debates, interviewing politicians, pundits and voters about the major issues of the 2016 election.
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get it however you can. Okay, we want to check back in with Michael Koenigs riding his bike across the country during the convention and keeping it up all through the election cycle. There he is. Let's take a look. Michael and this is the election cycle. Legendary fearless Diane sawyer here. Good to see you. My home number. Call me with questions. Thank you so much for everything. Trumps were born in this house actually. How do you like trump? Trump, what? I think he should win. I was all for trump until his bad mouthing. What do you want trump to say in this last presidential debate. Nothing, he just keep his mouth shut and let him win. Talk to a lot of folks. Now we're zipping away. This has been so fun to watch. I love this idea. Michael has done a terrific job and 600 miles so far and not done yet. This morning, Michael is live from Hoover dam. Good morning to you, Michael. What a shot. That is gorgeous. That is awesome. Last night I know you were in Las Vegas. What did you find most people were talking about or we know what they were talking about. What did they have to say about the debate and what they saw? A lot of people were surprised that trump wouldn't commit and as we were balking down the strip, it was a real interesting split, though, still people still don't love Hillary necessarily and so we were just getting a very small, small sample, but no one comes out of Vegas a winner and is it a tight competition last night? Maybe a slight lead to Hillary. Michael, you've been talking to all different kinds of people all through the country. Can you sum it up and think of one big thing you've learned from all those conversations? It is amazing how divided the country remains and we're going through cities and the countryside and a lot of these city, college campuses they're leaning toward Hillary and when we get out on the country roads on some of these dirt paths, trump supporters are just as passionate so it's a divided country and we've got just 20 days or so to go and it's going to be a long ride. Pretty divided country. You had a chance to speak to Flavor Flav. Any others? Yeah, Flavor Flav endorsement could make a big difference here so sat down with him. He has a big old clock on and just seeing time, coming down to the wire, he was conscious of how much time the candidates spent on their answers, but he said he wears that clock so he knows and so the country knows, you know, how close this election is coming. Well, you're doing a great job. I hope you're having a lot of fun as well. Thanks for sharing your stories with us. I know you have more ride as head of election day. Great job, Michael, thank you. Thank you, guys.

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