The "Two Trumps" surface in president-elect's transition

Delia Watkins
December 3, 2016

Most states will submit their final vote counts for the December 19th meeting of the Electoral College, where the 538 Electors will cast a presidential ballot, largely in concert with the result of the state they represent. Lindbeck, so far, has garnered about 10,000 fewer votes than Forrest Dunbar two years ago and nearly 5 percent less of the vote than Dunbar.

She also hit back at the media for providing wall-to-wall coverage of stories that the Clinton campaign pushed, such as the Khizr Khan controversy. His presidency could oddly turn out to be successful because he won't do anything that people won't like.

President-elect Trump defeated Democrat Hillary Clinton by 10,704 votes out of almost 4.8 million ballots cast in MI, but Stein alleges that irregularities and the possibility that vote scanning devices could have been hacked call the results into question. It doesn't matter whether he believes that to be true - he needs it to be true.

Stein campaign manager David Cobb said in a statement that Stein is not coordinating with anyone and dismissed the complaint as a "PR stunt to push a false narrative that will ultimately have no impact on the recount in Wisconsin".

"Nothing is presidential except victory", Trump said in March. But Conway said that it was Clinton who often framed the debate as a referendum on Trump's own fitness for office.

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In the pre-taped interview, "Fox & Friends" host Ainsley Earhardt asked Trump why his victory tour is important and whether he had any announcements planned for next week, among other softball inquiries. And the crowd chanted "Build the Wall" and "Lock Her Up". He railed against immigrants.

An "already over-powerful surveillance state" will be "be let loose on the American people", said Daniel Schuman, policy director for Demand Progress, an internet and privacy advocacy organization, according to Bloomberg. He also revisited his old classic of calling the press dishonest. What will he do with the power of the federal government behind him when reporters start poking their noses where he doesn't like it? But, Clinton's transgressions were not committed against him personally; they were committed against the nation at large. This isn't a man with a deep - or even thin - understanding of constitutional rights.

Sarah Palin has insisted God intervened in the U.S. election and Donald Trump's victory was partially prompted by people praying to God that United States citizens would "wake up". A man with a need for validation as desperate as Trump's is unsafe. Trump is visiting the states he carried in the election, including swing states that unexpectedly went red in November.

Only the deal wasn't great. "There are so many jobs to fill". That in itself won't stop Trump from holding on to their support, but if it's accompanied by other broken promises, well...

As our next president has had time to sit down and consult potential Cabinet Secretaries, what has emerged in his selections are some of the most qualified and skilled individuals to lead our country. In the weeks coming, this new Trump seemed to be around to stay, appearing to lose his presumed racist, misogynistic attitude.

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