In last-shot bid, thousands urge Electoral College to nullify presidential election with coup d’etat

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December 18, 2016
Washington Post    
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"Pressure on members of the country's electoral college to select someone other than Donald Trump has grown dramatically -- and noisily -- in recent weeks, causing some to waver, but yielding little evidence Trump will fall short when electors convene in most state capitals Monday to cast their votes. ... The role of elector has intensified this year, in the wake of a bitter election in which Trump lost the popular vote by a margin of nearly 3 million and a secret [sic] CIA assessment [claimed, without evidence] that Russia interfered to help Trump get elected. ... electors who are supposed to cast their votes for Trump have been subject to intense campaigns orchestrated by anti-Trump forces to convince them that they alone can block the reality television star from the White House. Others have targeted Democratic electors, who are supposed to cast votes for Hillary Clinton, to persuade them to switch to a more conventional Republican who could also draw enough support from GOP electors to swoop into office." (12/17/16)  

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