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Former Clinton adviser admits Biden would lose election tomorrow to Trump: 'I don't know what's happening'

Former senior Hillary Clinton adviser and longtime confidant Philippe Reines appeared stunned Monday by the results of a new poll showing Joe Biden trailing former President Trump in several key swing states.

"I have to be honest with you, I don't know what's going on here," Reines said on "The Story" when asked about the New York Times/Siena College/Philadelphia Inquirer poll showing Trump ahead in five of the six key battleground states where he was narrowly edged by President Biden four years ago.


Reines acknowledged that according to the poll's findings, former President Trump would beat President Biden in the general election if it were held tomorrow. The results are no surprise for the Biden campaign, he said, adding that they are aware "they have problems."

"I’m not going to pretend these numbers are good, but…I agree… if the election were tomorrow, Joe Biden would probably not win," Reines said. "Thankfully though, there are 176 days between now and November 5th. Also, thankfully, the president and his team are not sitting there in a bubble thinking things are great. They know they have problems, and they know where they have problems. I think they know their best hope is to bring these folks home."

The surveys, released Monday, suggest that discontent over the economy and the Israeli-Hamas war in Gaza, and a deterioration in support for Biden by younger, Black and Hispanic voters, "threaten to unravel the president's Democratic coalition."

With just under six months to go until Election Day, Trump leads Biden among registered voters 49%-42% in Arizona, 49%-39% in Georgia, 49%-42% in Michigan, 50%-38% in Nevada, and edges the president 47%-44% in

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