Mara Liasson, national political correspondent for NPR & Fox News Contributor spoke with Fox News Radio's Guy Benson about the race for the white house. Liasson said,
"The state of the race right now is that Trump is behind almost everywhere. He needs to be ahead. It's not just the national popular vote. It's also the battleground. And that doesn't mean that things can change when the next whatever it is, 90 something, 80 something days. But right now, he's not where he needs to be for an incumbent running for reelection. And Joe Biden has done remarkably well without mounting the kind of vigorous campaign that one would expect. Maybe that changes after the conventions. But right now, Trump is trailing, trying to figure out a way to define and demonize Biden, who's tried a lot of things so far. They haven't worked and it reminds me a little bit about 2016, when the Clinton campaign was just so frustrated. But nothing they used against Trump seemed to stick. It almost seems like the same thing is happening with Biden."
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