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Chris Hayes
Dad to Ryan, David and Anya Proud husband of Host of on MSNBC, weeknights at 8pm. Host Cubs fan Insta: chrislhayes
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Chris Hayes 22m
This is obvious, but a huge part of what Trump's doing now is just making sure he's not seen as the loser he is, because it would be crushing for him personally and politically.
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Chris Hayes 24m
I mean, once we have the voter-file verified versions then I'm all ears
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Chris Hayes 35m
Replying to @nickconfessore
yeah I think this piece shows the desire has been around long before "platforms and algorithms!"
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Chris Hayes 40m
Replying to @nickconfessore
totally, but I also think the demand side isn't really an movable variable?
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Jon Ward 1h
What a quote “I don’t get it,” the president said, venting confusion and frustration. “All these other Republicans, all over the country, they all win their races. And I’m the only guy that loses?”
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Chris Hayes 52m
Even if you're not at all into soccer, these are so fun to watch.
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Chris Hayes 56m
This has not chance in hell of happening, but it's really bad nonetheless!
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Chris Hayes 1h
Replying to @orangebegum @zackexley
oh definitely that's my point: the imperative here is substantivre and moral, regardless of the politics (which may be complicated)
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Jonathan Ladd 2h
Replying to @chrislhayes
Yes. Because it mainly overweights close states (small states only get a very minor boost), over the long term the Electoral College just introduces essentially random changes and potential chaos into election results.
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Chris Hayes 1h
Replying to @zackexley
I mean 48% voted to keep going with what we had!
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Chris Hayes 2h
Replying to @kdrum
I mean they just did: it's still bad.
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Chris Hayes 2h
It's hopeless at this point because a huge chunk of the country has decided the Electoral College is like the ten commandments on the tablets, but it's a truly truly indefensible and dangerous institution that will ultimately break in a very very destructive manner.
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Chris Hayes 2h
Replying to @mtracey
Anyway nothing was beijng *floated* here since the point is that if electors were to go to the winner of the majority of all counties would probably just give it to the Republican in every state. My point was that people should be able to vote for president.
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Chris Hayes 2h
Replying to @mtracey
Wait this is still true! That's the whole problem.
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Nathan Tankus 5h
I wrote an a-z explainer of the CARES act "funds" for the Federal Reserve, how they were supposedly "used" and the latest controversy over Mnuchin demanding the "unused funds back". TLDR, this is quite a mess but it will likely not end up mattering at all?
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All In with Chris Hayes 5h
“The problem with the plan—the thing that stopped it—wasn't so much the institutions. It's just that Trump lost the election by too much to really pull his plan off,” says Chris Hayes discussing how democracy nearly failed amid the 2020 election.
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Ben Jacobs 13h
This is not a formal hearing. It's an all Republican gathering taking place at a Wyndham Hotel with an Eisenhower theme
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Molly Talcott 19h
This w/ ⁦⁩ is really worth a listen if you’re wondering about your political/civic energies and their effectiveness....
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Brian Beutler 17h
This is amazingly pathetic. Very satisfying.
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All In with Chris Hayes 17h
“The tolerance that the institutional Republican party has for authoritarian, flatly anti-democratic politics to just overturn the election—the tolerance is luckily lower than the worst case fears. But it is way higher than anyone should be comfortable with,” says .
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