Exclusive interviews with: Chairwoman of the Republican National Committee Ronna McDaniel, and Democratic Sen. Amy Klobuchar.
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First, Dana goes one-on-one with Republican Party Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel. She pushes McDaniel on whether Republicans should accept election results and whether she thinks think the Republicans are going to take control of the House. They also discuss poll-watching and voter intimidation, and McDaniel explains that the RNC will stop paying Trump’s legal bills if he launches a 2024 presidential bid.
Next, Dana interviews Democratic Sen. Amy Klobuchar. She presses Klobuchar on whether she thinks the Democrats made a mistake spending millions boosting an election denier who could now potentially win the New Hampshire Senate race, responds to Governor Gavin Newsom’s comment about Democrats 'getting crushed on narrative', and says she believes Democrats will keep control of the Senate.
Then, CNN’s John King breaks down what to watch for on Election Night. Later, the panel discusses how each party will fare on election night and what their winning message will be, plus, Trump rallying voters in key states while hinting he’ll run again in a possible 2024 showdown with Ron DeSantis.
Finally, Dana travels to key states to hear voters’ priorities and the issues motivating their votes, just days ahead of the midterms.
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