MSNBC’s Jean-Pierre Admits There Wouldn’t Be a Conversation About Electoral College if Hillary Had Won

‘So, yeah, you know, Hillary Clinton, her loss winning three million more votes for the popular vote clearly and losing the electoral college absolutely put this issue in the forefront’

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MELVIN: "Karine, would we be having this conversation if Hillary Clinton were president?"
JEAN-PIERRE: "You know, I think that conversation has been around since 2000. And I think, yes, you’re right, Craig, I think after 2016, there was a big — a much bigger push for it. So, yeah, you know, Hillary Clinton, her loss winning 3 million more votes for the popular vote clearly and losing the Electoral College absolutely put this issue in the forefront. But you have states doing this on their own like I mentioned. More than a dozen states are actually taking this on."

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