“Well, it’s possible. And, again, I’m not saying this is a likely outcome and I’m not saying — and it involves a lot of states where he’s currently behind. But if you accept the premise that Michigan and Pennsylvania are not going to come into play, and that Ohio and Virginia, if you look at the public polling and, as you said, talk to Republicans, that those are very tough states for him right now, there is a way to get to exactly 270 without Ohio and Virginia. It involves winning, out west, Nevada, Colorado.… Look, he’d have to win, basically, five states where he’s currently down: New Hampshire, Wisconsin, Iowa, Nevada, Colorado. If he won those and he held North Carolina and all the McCain states, that gets him to exactly 270. I’ll say, again, he’s behind. He’s got to win states he’s behind. But if — one must ask the question; can he win without Ohio and Virginia? And the answer is yes, he barely can but it does involve coming back in some other places.“