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New polling shows Trump's 'law and order' message may not be paying off

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Shawna Thomas, Charlie Sykes, and former Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell join Andrea Mitchell to discuss the state of the race and new polling shows that President Trump's law and order rhetoric may not be paying off as a campaign strategy, as the president heads to Pennsylvania, a state he won narrowly in 2016.