The Day After...
Plus, the problem of the male voter...
Leading The Bulwark…
William Kristol on: The good, the bad, and the ugly.
🎧 On The Pods…🎧
On today’s Bulwark Podcast, Bill Kristol and Mona Charen join host Charlie Sykes to discuss Tuesday’s election, the future of the GOP, and why Trumpism has not been refudiated.
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Editor’s Note: Thanks for tuning in last night! We had a great turnout and we loved to see your emails and comments.
We had a few thousand (!) Bulwark+ members tune in. It was a late night. I hope you got some sleep. Some of us did, some of us did not.
From The Bulwark Aggregator…
In Today’s Bulwark…
Kim Wehle: He lied about mail-in-ballot fraud. He undermined the postal service. Now he wants the courts to halt the counting of ballots.
Mona Charen: Does this election tell us something about American men?
Jonathan V. Last: You can see Hungary from America's front porch.
Richard North Patterson: In a blatantly anti-democratic speech, Trump demands states stop counting ballots. As of early morning, though, Biden still has a chance to win.
Well, I was wrong!
At least on a couple of things. I’ve been wrong before. My two big predictions were these: Joe Biden would win the popular vote by 8%. Not gonna happen probably. And, more wrongly, I thought we’d have a clear idea of the winner on election night.
And as I am writing this, it’s a day after the election, so, obviously that didn’t happen.
I still think things look good for Biden, but I obviously was wary of an EC prediction because the variance was so wide. Should Joe Biden win, which I think he probably will, it will be around 300 EVs. Probably on the under.
A weird police story out of D.C…
SkyNet may kill us all… But before they do, here’s a robot you really need.
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