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Steve Kornacki
National Political Correspondent for NBC News and MSNBC. My book, The Red and the Blue, is available now. Instagram: steve01450
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Steve Kornacki Aug 23
Replying to @markhartig
It was a wild one. In addition to Anderson and a well-funded Libertarian ticket, there was also Barry Commoner
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Steve Kornacki Aug 23
Replying to @SteveKornacki
Aided by Koch's money, which allowed for the purchase of primetime television ads, the Clark-Koch ticket received 1.1% of the national popular vote, the highest share for the Libertarian Party until 2016.
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Steve Kornacki Aug 23
David Koch, who has passed away at 79, was the Libertarian VP nominee in 1980, running with Ed Clark. A September 1980 NBC report on their quest to unite "liberals who can accept conservative economics and conservatives who can stomach liberal moral permissiveness":
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Steve Kornacki Aug 22
Replying to @DavidKempski
My favorite tweet of the day!
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Steve Kornacki Aug 22
Replying to @bfouhy
Thanks Beth!
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Steve Kornacki Aug 22
Replying to @AlexParkerDC
Right, I mean for a world leader or Oprah or something, I get it, but for everyone else? Needless
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Steve Kornacki Aug 22
Replying to @AlexParkerDC
It's probably not interesting but it just seems like a stupid status symbol to me
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Steve Kornacki Aug 22
Replying to @ZerlinaMaxwell
Thank you!
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Steve Kornacki Aug 22
Replying to @C_RMartinez
Thank you!
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Steve Kornacki Aug 22
Replying to @zackwagman
I'll see you that and raise you the final D'Amato-Abrams debate from the Sunday before the '92 election. A masterpiece of political performance art!
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Steve Kornacki Aug 22
Replying to @ChrisJansing
Thank you, Chris!!
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Steve Kornacki Aug 22
Replying to @AlexParkerDC
“Unverified journalist” has a nice ring to it
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Steve Kornacki Aug 22
As Joe Walsh enters the GOP race, Trump’s approval w/ GOP voters is 88%. When Weld got in, it was 90%. Where past presidents have been w/ their own party when primary challengers have announced: H.W. Bush 75% Carter 40% Ford 60% Nixon 82% (McCloskey), 84% (Ashbrook) LBJ 57%
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Steve Kornacki Aug 19
Yeah, I honestly don’t remember, just wondering. Given that she stayed away from Capuano last year and has some relationship with Kennedy, I wouldn’t have been shocked if Warren had found a way to do the same now.
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Steve Kornacki Aug 19
Not an endorsement, but did Judd Gregg stay neutral in the Sununu-Smith primary in 02?
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Steve Kornacki Aug 19
Replying to @DaveAHopkins
Or include a third party candidate. In '80, Carter at first refused any debates that included John Anderson, so CBS and NBC both aired one with just Reagan and Anderson. (Although ABC ran the movie Midnight Express instead...)
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Steve Kornacki Aug 19
Bill Clinton has reached the age his opponent was at in the 1996 election
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Steve Kornacki Aug 19
Replying to @SteveKornacki
Among African-Americans: Trump 7% Dem 91% Hispanics: Trump 28% Dem 64%
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Steve Kornacki Aug 19
In the NBC/WSJ poll, 40% will definitely/probably vote for Trump and 52% definitely/probably for a Dem. Among whites: White women/college+ Trump 30% Dem 63% White women/non-college Trump 43% Dem 49% White men/ college+ Trump 44% Dem 49% White men/non-college Trump 67% Dem 22%
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Steve Kornacki Aug 15
Replying to @KyleMontemagno
Thank you!
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