“It’s Got to End at Some Point, for the Good of the Country”
As 2020 election results trickle in, Al Gore’s running mate former Senator Joe Lieberman reflects on the 34 controversial days between Election Day in 2000 and Gore’s final concession. His lessons from that infamous election twenty years ago: at some point, for the good of the country, a peaceful transfer of power must ensue. Pollster and political strategist Frank Luntz considers what’s next for the candidates, the country, and his own polling profession. Whatever the outcome, Luntz says it’s only the beginning of America’s journey through political division. Plus, NYT’s Edmund Lee and Jefferies’ Brent Thill discuss what each administration would mean for big tech regulation.