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‘Too Afraid to Hope’
Late-night hosts were skeptical of the latest polls Thursday night. With just five days left before Election Day, Stephen Colbert and others were too nervous to be optimistic about Joe Biden’s sizable lead in red states like Wisconsin and Minnesota.
“Today, Trump and Biden were both campaigning down in Tampa, Florida. People in Tampa were like, ‘Come on, we just lost the World Series; now we’ve got to deal with this?’” — JIMMY FALLON
“Yep, Trump went to Tampa and this was nice: He brought some frozen Nebraska supporters so they could thaw out.” — JIMMY FALLON
“As for Trump, you can tell his campaign is low on money ’cause he asked Biden if he wanted to split an Uber back to the airport.” — JIMMY FALLON
“Both candidates stopped in Tampa on the same day — it’s an old-fashioned Tampa Bay showdown. The Grandpas and the Tampas. The old Tampa two-step. The Melee in the Bay.” — JAMES CORDEN
“The only people at that rally who are socially distanced are Donald and Melania, and they were doing it before Covid.” — JAMES CORDEN
The Bits Worth Watching
Kamala Harris checked in with Trevor Noah on Thursday’s “Daily Show.”