In various Fox appearances throughout the year, Morris exuded confidence in his prognostications, going so far as to tell a skeptical Sean Hannity that there was "no chance that Obama will get re-elected.... Morris fared no better during the Republican primaries.zilch, none, zip, nada." Morris' now-infamous final electoral projection, which contradicted most available polling data, predicted Romney taking 325 electoral votes with wins in Florida, Colorado, Pennsylvania, Iowa, Minnesota, New Hampshire, Ohio, Virginia, and Wisconsin. In August 2011, he told Sean Hannity that Michele Bachmann would "probably" win January's Iowa caucuses.But to understand the beginning of the interview, you have to hear this. BURNETT: I like Rush and everything but, you know, I used to be a part of this show and now I just get the boot every day. So it was time for my interview, and here's how it went... RUSH: -- sounding a little wifey worrying about you guys "bigfooting" her. They had Erin Burnett on preceding me, "the Street Sweetie," and she was upset that she was being "bigfooted" by me. ERIN BURNETT: I do want you to know, since you moved to 30 Rock I'm just patents, you know? BEGIN MSNBC AUDIO SCARBOROUGH: Welcome back to Morning Joe, live from 30 Rock. In scoring a then-world record 8,616 points in the event, Caitlyn proved that one woman can set a new standard for ALL of the 31 different gender classifications.[The Daily Caller, 6/1/15] Erick Erickson Links Acceptance Of Jenner's Transition To Invention Of Photoshop.column, daily "Lunch Alert" videos, and a steady stream of fundraising emails for his shady super PAC -- to assure his audience that Mitt Romney was well on his way to a "landslide" victory over Barack Obama.Even though it was clear that Morris' lofty predictions were based on little more than wishful thinking and shoddy "skewed polls" analysis, Fox News still trotted him out regularly before the election because he was pushing the myth they wanted to sell to their viewers.
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Imus in the Morning is an American radio show hosted by Don Imus on Westwood One.
Over the course of the show's history, it has previously been simulcast on various television networks.