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Law profs debate electoral college role after Lessig calls for Trump rejection

ABA Journal Wednesday, 30 November 2016
Should the electoral college put Hillary Clinton in the White House because she won the popular vote?

Harvard law professor Lawrence Lessig answered the question…
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News video: Historically, Trump’s Electoral College Win Is Not a 'Blowout'

Historically, Trump’s Electoral College Win Is Not a 'Blowout' 00:47

Of the 54 U.S. elections since the ratification of the 12th Amendment in 1804, Donald Trump’s win comes in at 44th in terms of electoral college votes, not a blowout like some are saying. Jose Sepulveda (@josesepulveda87) has more details.

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