Phil Murphy vs Donald Trump | 2020 Election Night

Phil Murphy vs Donald Trump | 2020 Election Night





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27 Comments

  1. Phil is a corporate democrat. If it weren't for Christie tainting the image of the GOP here in NJ then I am sure Murphy would have had a bigger challenge. If Christie can beat Jon Corzine then I am sure Trump can beat Murphy.

  2. I want to make a point of order to our friend who makes these videos in regards to the U.S. House electing a President.
    Pursuant to the 12th Amendment when the House holds a Presidential Contingency Election:

    "the House of Representatives shall choose immediately, by ballot, the President. But in choosing the President, the votes shall be taken by states, the representation from each state having one vote". Meaning each delegate has one vote. So with 50 states, in order to Elect a President in the House, it requires 26 votes. Not by regular voting (218 out of 435).

    The Senate however, if holding a Vice Presidential Contingency Election, does vote by single member (needing 51 votes), also meaning that if the Senate vote is equally divided (i.e. 50-50), the Vice President could case the tiebreaking vote essentially Re-Electing himself, or his successor.

    I just wanted to clarify this.

  3. Since when did conservatism become synonymous with being a die hard supporter of all things Trump?? He may not be on the ballot in 2020 because some Republicans now have buyer's remorse

  4. I have this idea. What if for filler videos you go in depth on a single state and go over its changing dynamics of the past and go over which candidate it would go for in each possible 2020 scenario. Obviously, this would be swing states (IO, OH, FL) and close to swing states (NC, AZ, PA, MI, WI, VI, NH). An analysis on Wyoming or Maryland would be incredibly one sided and uninteresting.

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