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Northam's Moderate Start, Dismal Midterm Polls, Damon's Dubious Denials

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Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America are pleasantly surprised to see incoming Democratic Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam back away from pushing Medicaid expansion, much to the consternation of liberals.  They also shudder as a new generic poll of voters suggests Republicans are in for a very rough 2018, as Democrats lead big among women and young people and even hold slight edges among men and senior citizens.  And Jim sounds off on actor Matt Damon's insistence that he never knew about any of Harvey Weinstein's alleged sexual assaults and harassment.