* Once a false meme gets going, it becomes almost impossible to kill. The one about Clinton being in trouble with millennial voters has been particularly pernicious this election cycle. Here is another data point in an attempt to finally let it rest in peace.
— Greg Toppo (@gtoppo) October 18, 2016
* Speaking of data points, I know that I focus too much on Texas because of my roots there. But can you believe this?
WaPo/Survey Monkey (10/8-10/16):
University of Houston (10/7-10/15):
— Noah Rothman (@NoahCRothman) October 18, 2016
* Check out how that changes things – even for Fox News.
— clint henderson (@ClintPHenderson) October 18, 2016
* Beyond my personal interest in Texas, one of the reasons this tickles my fancy is that Hillary Clinton called it…four months ago.
So which states do you think Trump puts in play? I asked, mentioning the possibility of Georgia, which some think could go Democratic for the first time since her husband won it in 1992.
“Texas!” she exclaimed, eyes wide, as if daring me to question this, which I did. “You are not going to win Texas,” I said. She smiled, undaunted. “If black and Latino voters come out and vote, we could win Texas,” she told me firmly, practically licking her lips.
* Here is an important reminder from Charles Blow.
See, this is what some ppl hear when candidates say "law and order" (from an email sent to me)… pic.twitter.com/W8yOIjssro
— Charles M. Blow (@CharlesMBlow) October 18, 2016
* No commentary required. This one simply wins the award for tweet-of-the-day, hands down.
"Boys will be boys."
Ok then women will be Presidents.
— Cameron Esposito (@cameronesposito) October 18, 2016
* Finally, this short video shows us a side of Hillary Clinton that doesn’t get much attention. I highly recommend that you take a couple of minutes to watch it.
Ryan talks about living with a disability—and befriending Hillary back in 1994: "She looks at me the way I always wanted to be looked at." pic.twitter.com/vJ3E2Jzfaj
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) October 18, 2016