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Donald Trump tests positive - what next?

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After Donald Trump and his wife, Melania test positive for coronavirus, Oxford University Professor of US Politics, Adam Smith joins Theodora Louloudis to discuss how this will affect his campaign, and why - if everything goes really wrong - it could lead to a Democratic president before the votes are even counted.

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