One to Choose (Sub Politics Thread USA Edition)

haka

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Biden will win, and it won't even be that close.

As for the legal challenges, Trump will be abandoned by the Republican party hierarchy and donors, who will have a choice between going down with his ship in a blaze of self-destruction, or jumping off and looking ahead to 2024.

Never under-estimate politicians' self-preservation.
 

Billy The Fish

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The most powerful nation on earth with a population of over 300 million and those two are the best they can come up with ?

I'm out.
 

Billy The Fish

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We can throw stones at the yanks and at the Brits. World leaders in general come to that.

Course I say "we" when it's my opinion alone. Detest the lot of them.
 

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Biden.

He'll certainly have the overall popular vote by some margin.
I think the Dems have a much better ground game than in 2016 (as evidenced in the mid-terms).
Trump, of course, will claim victory at some point on the day and it will get very messy over the next few weeks (journalists ordering bullet-proof vests apparently).
I expect the lame duck, tail end of Trump's White House will be an absolute wrecking ball.
 

Mr Jinx

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I think it's Bidens.

The exceptionally large turnout isn't going to go in Trump's favour.
 

Mr Jinx

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I think it's Bidens.

The exceptionally large turnout isn't going to go in Trump's favour.
Actually, I think I'll rescind that.

Running the boards again today the feeling I'm now getting is a Trump win. Similar margins to last time. The polls miss the shy Tory/Trump factor, the size of which will be bigger this time.
 
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