Sen. Jon Tester – How To Get Rural Voters to Support Biden | The Daily Social Distancing Show

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Published on September 17, 2020

Democratic Senator Jon Tester of Montana discusses how to open schools safely, how Trump’s policies have affected farmers, and how Joe Biden can best bring home the rural vote. #DailyShow #TrevorNoah #JonTester

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20 comments

  • Eric Sesame 1 month ago

    Whoa. How could I be here so early for a post?

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  • B. Loren 1 month ago

    Great interview. Good to have perspectives from rural America in the convo.

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  • Captain Waffles 1 month ago

    I know something Biden can do to get Rural Voters by supporting the 2nd Amendment.

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  • earle Felkins 1 month ago

    Trump needs to charged for manslaughter! This Trump idiot only cares about himself. He really doesn’t care about anybody. It all for Trump.!

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  • Brad Hansen 1 month ago

    Why does it always have to be Democrats who respect facts and science?

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  • Russell Hancock 1 month ago

    #JonTester is the kind of leader our nation NEEDS. And I’m a hardcore Dem! Lift him up! We need common sense on ALL sides to drive this Nation! Thank you, Sen #JonTester, for your service to our Nation.

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  • Shashwat Khurana 1 month ago

    That is one saaaaaaaaaad neck tie…… I used to tie a tie like that when I was 10.

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  • Candice Grey 1 month ago

    Nice 36:14 🍌🍌🍌🍌

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  • Juneyah 1 month ago

    What Is This!!!! Someone please!!! Tell me I’m dreaming. This is not a real interview…. Please.

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  • Rich Sackett 1 month ago

    Makes me want to move back to Montana. Tester is not a one-off. He’s more typical than most think.

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  • tafida elsherif 1 month ago

    Hi Trevor I wonder why to elect older men who can die anytime to be our president I really don’t want to elect one was already with the same group as Obama with democratic I’m a democratic but I can’t see democratic everyone cared to be in power and no one cared for people and everything going up and they have to suffer and others have millions and never enough

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  • Grateful 1 month ago

    I wish someone could get a tape and seal Trump’s mouth for a week so we can get to hear other important news.

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  • Wonder Lady 1 month ago

    FYI —- I am voting for Biden.

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  • Wilfredo Ventura 1 month ago

    Hiiiiiiiiiii

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  • Wilfredo Ventura 1 month ago

    Only 51 comments

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  • Utopia Light 1 month ago

    You know plan to fight climate change will actually help farmers, it makes sure that the conditions in which they grow their crops will stay the same from now to 50 years from now.

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  • Tyler Hackner 1 month ago

    Dems need to (as with Black and Hispanic voters) talk directly to rural voters, and listen to these voters every single day instead of just when campaign season comes around. We can’t have 2016 when Hillary skipped “flyover country” (the state where I live -Minnesota- has areas like the iron range where Trump has support). Our citizens need high speed internet, infrastructure, healthcare for everyone, protection from predatory lending.

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  • Tony Bruno 1 month ago

    How do you bring them back into the fold? Easy, you offer everyone healthcare!!! But he won’t because he takes health insurance and big pharma $$$

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  • John Thomas 1 month ago

    Maybe stop calling us russians and nazis and trolls. That’s a start. Honestly, I’m so disgusted at how the left acts towards rural america that I want our farms to stop sending food to the cities. You need us more than we need you

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  • James Smith 1 month ago

    No offense to Montana but people who generally consider themselves as Democrats move from rural areas to larger cities. Whether LGBTQ or ally, or no religious affiliations, etc feel more welcome in larger urban environments. This leaves the people who don’t have those views in their rural areas.

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