Upon boarding Air Force One, members of the White House press pool were greeted by printouts of poll numbers showing President Trump edging out opponent Joe Biden in several key states.
Reports came Sunday afternoon from at least two mainstream media journalists, who photographed the printouts and uploaded them to social media after departing Maine, where Trump made a surprise stop to visit an apple orchard.
“As we depart Maine for Washington, this was placed on every seat in the Air Force One press cabin,” wrote Associated Press journalist Jon Lemire, clearly rattled.
“When we boarded Air Force One just now, a printout of this poll was left on every seat in the press cabin,” tweeted ABC News’ Katherine Faulders.
The printout showed data from a recent CBS/YouGov poll, showing President Trump leading Biden in Florida (59% to 40%), Georgia (54% to 44%) and North Carolina (58% to 41%).
The gesture shows the Trump campaign team is growing confident of the poll number shift, as wins in all three states, in addition to the states President Trump won in 2016, are key to a 2020 victory.
Meanwhile, Meet the Press’ Chuck Todd on Sunday morning attempted to convince viewers Biden still had a path to victory, ignoring the results of the CBS/YouGov poll and instead claiming those states listed were “neck and neck.”
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