Bill Kristol on Trump's End Game | Summary and Q&A

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October 9, 2020
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Bill Kristol on Trump's End Game

TL;DR

Bill Crystal analyzes the current state of the election, highlighting Trump's collapsing support and the panic within the Republican party.

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Questions & Answers

Q: What is the target audience for Bill Crystal's appearance on the podcast?

The target audience for Crystal's appearance seems to be Jewish voters in Florida, although he hopes to reach beyond that demographic.

Q: What does Crystal mention about his hosting of the Oscars?

Crystal jokes about his past hosting of the Oscars, indicating that he has experience with using the "y" in his name.

Q: What does the New York Times article say about Trump's support?

The article states that Trump's support is collapsing nationally, with declining support from women, seniors, and suburbanites. He is also repelling independents and drawing closer to Joe Biden in solidly red states.

Q: How does Crystal feel about the current Republican panic?

Crystal expresses amusement and states that he wouldn't have felt the same way a few years ago, but after observing their behavior, he feels they deserve the panic.

Summary & Key Takeaways

  • Bill Crystal discusses the confusion between his name, Billy Crystal, and Bill Crystal, and jokingly mentions his hosting of the Oscars.

  • Crystal talks about the target audience of his appearance on the podcast and the demographic focus of appealing to Jewish voters in Florida.

  • Crystal addresses the New York Times article stating that Trump's support is collapsing and mentions how it would have been different if his support had collapsed earlier in his presidency.

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