What Presidential Election Results Means For California / Updates From Trump Supporters and Counter-Protesters Clash In Sac / COVID-19 And Race Relations Post-Election, Economic Implications
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Demonstrators wave flags outside the California Capitol at a pro-Trump rally following the election victory of Joe Biden on Saturday, Nov. 7, 2020.
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Joe Biden was elected the 46th president of the United States over the weekend. Biden defeated President Donald Trump after winning Pennsylvania, which put his total of Electoral College votes above the 270 he needed to clinch the presidency; we break down post-election politics, economics and what a Biden Administration could mean for the West Coast. Plus, a close look at the Trump supporters and counter-protesters clash outside the capitol over the weekend and clearing up misinformation.
- POLITICO California Playbook Co-writer Jeremy B. White discusses election results and what a Biden Administration could mean for the West Coast
- CapRadio State Government Reporter Scott Rodd on Trump supporters and counter-protesters clash outside California State Capitol over the weekend and clearing misinformation
- California State University, Sacramento Finance Professor Sanjay Varshney discusses the landscape of the economy following the election