Transcript for Record turnout for early voting
president trump. Rachael Scott, thank you so much. Let's bring in George Stephanopoulos. Do you think there is a worry that voters are getting complacent? Democrats have a strong case of PTSD. They're not going to take anything for granted this time around. If you compare where Biden is to where Hillary was, he has about three times the national lead, but the battleground states were at the last minute there is a surge in veets. This time undecided usually break against the incumbent. But the Democrats are not going to take anything for granted. Where does early voting fit into all of this and what do you make of the long lines? 36 million people have already voted. That is about 20% of the total vote. We have never seen anything like it is possible that you will see by election day 40% to 50% of the country has already voted. Right now Democrats seem to have the edge. What we don't know is that cannibalizing votes, people that would vote for them anyway, they are banking those votes now and it gives a skewed look at what is happening. We don't know the answer yes, but it seems like there is no question for record turnout in 2020. A big turnout on Thursday night, who has the biggest weight on their shoulders? President trump has to change the dynamic. He has to go into that final debate of the campaign behind. No question he has to do something to shake things up. Who knows what that will be. George, you will be looking at that, thank you, George. Exclusive interviewing with the Republican national committee chair, that is all coming up later this week later today. Whit, over to you. Turning now to the pandemic,
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