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The most recent and final attempt to change the electoral college vote inspired one writer to claim in The Huffington Post that Colin Powell could be the next president of the United States filme auf usb sticken. Indeed, had Democrats mustered the support of a Democrat senator in their challenge to the results, Trump might have been denied enough electoral votes to invalidate the election herunterladen. At that point, the House would decide who is the next president from the top three electoral vote getters — Trump, Clinton and Powell.
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