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A few days ago one of the least scary Republicans in Washington said something very frightening indeed.

Oh dear.

Regular readers know where I stand on a No Labels candidacy. But for the diehard optimists among us, intent on believing that a centrist third-party run for president wouldn’t necessarily usher in the Trumpocalypse, I’ll concede that there’s data out there that suggests you’re right. A new poll from Monmouth finds that a generic “fusion ticket” consisting of one Democrat and one Republican would actually outperform the Republican frontrunner in the general election. Topline: Biden 37, Fusion Ticket 30, Trump 28.

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