Trump What the hell happened???

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Conor Lamb, a Democrat, is probably going to win the special election in Pennsylvania, after Trump made a special campaign visit to prop up the Republican candidate. And, Trump told the Republican "don't embarrass me." Even with provisional and write in's yet to be counted, this is a major, major slap in Trump's face.

In a district Trump won by 20 points in 2016 a Democrat is beating his anointed Republican? Where is the influence and loving fealty to our President? What is going on? Should Republicans be nervous about November? Nope, no way. President for Life Trump will still prevail. Just wait for the tweet storm!
 

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Conor Lamb, a Democrat, is probably going to win the special election in Pennsylvania, after Trump made a special campaign visit to prop up the Republican candidate. And, Trump told the Republican "don't embarrass me." Even with provisional and write in's yet to be counted, this is a major, major slap in Trump's face.

In a district Trump won by 20 points in 2016 a Democrat is beating his anointed Republican? Where is the influence and loving fealty to our President? What is going on? Should Republicans be nervous about November? Nope, no way. President for Life Trump will still prevail. Just wait for the tweet storm!

What is a Trump tweet for 5 dollazzzz?
 

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Maybe Lamb is the better candidate? :dunno:


Politicians don't always adhere to party affiliation, neither do voters. Could be some voter fraud going on..

Perhaps the "R" candidate has a history of corruption? It is what it is for now. :)
 

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They guy didnt seem like a partisan hack. Perhaps that is appealing to normal people :dunno:
 

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A source familiar with the next steps said Republican attorneys are planning to go to court Wednesday to demand the impounding of all ballots and machines that were used Tuesday night in all counties, as they plan for a possible recount.

Republicans plan to make three complaints that could form the basis for a recount.

Republicans plan to probe allegations that touch screen machines in Allegheny County were not properly calibrated and could have possibly registered votes for Lamb when the voter intended to vote for Saccone.

These attorneys also plan to allege that GOP attorneys were blocked from observing absentee ballots by Allegheny County election supervisors.

There are also some concerns that the newly court-drawn map for the next election caused confusion.
Pennsylvania special election may see recount; Lamb, Saccone locked in razor-thin fight
 
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A source familiar with the next steps said Republican attorneys are planning to go to court Wednesday to demand the impounding of all ballots and machines that were used Tuesday night in all counties, as they plan for a possible recount.

Republicans plan to make three complaints that could form the basis for a recount.

Republicans plan to probe allegations that touch screen machines in Allegheny County were not properly calibrated and could have possibly registered votes for Lamb when the voter intended to vote for Saccone.

These attorneys also plan to allege that GOP attorneys were blocked from observing absentee ballots by Allegheny County election supervisors.

There are also some concerns that the newly court-drawn map for the next election caused confusion.
Pennsylvania special election may see recount; Lamb, Saccone locked in razor-thin fight
And what if the Republican had come out on top? Would any of the things you mention happen? Any time Republicans lose, they claim voter fraud, or machine malfunction or some sort of illegal activity that prevented them from winning. Trump is a perfect example of that mentality after losing the popular vote by a record amount in 2016. Just can't believe it.
 

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Works both ways
Why Alaska's Democratic Sen. Mark Begich Refuses to Concede

A source familiar with the next steps said Republican attorneys are planning to go to court Wednesday to demand the impounding of all ballots and machines that were used Tuesday night in all counties, as they plan for a possible recount.

Republicans plan to make three complaints that could form the basis for a recount.

Republicans plan to probe allegations that touch screen machines in Allegheny County were not properly calibrated and could have possibly registered votes for Lamb when the voter intended to vote for Saccone.

These attorneys also plan to allege that GOP attorneys were blocked from observing absentee ballots by Allegheny County election supervisors.

There are also some concerns that the newly court-drawn map for the next election caused confusion.
Pennsylvania special election may see recount; Lamb, Saccone locked in razor-thin fight
And what if the Republican had come out on top? Would any of the things you mention happen? Any time Republicans lose, they claim voter fraud, or machine malfunction or some sort of illegal activity that prevented them from winning. Trump is a perfect example of that mentality after losing the popular vote by a record amount in 2016. Just can't believe it.
 

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