The New York Times published a great piece Sunday headlined “Electoral Map Gives Donald Trump Few Places to Go.” Here’s the crux of the article, which was written by the terrific Alexander Burns and Maggie Haberman:

Even as Mr. Trump has ticked up in national polls in recent weeks, senior Republicans say his path to the 270 Electoral College votes needed for election has remained narrow — and may have grown even more precarious. It now looks exceedingly difficult for him to assemble even the barest Electoral College majority without beating Hillary Clinton in a trifecta of the biggest swing states: Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania.  …. That’s right.   [Read more]