The U.S. election proves that this divisive style of politics is still viable.
It should not take the largest voter turnout in U.S. history to guarantee that a president rejected by the majority of the American people actually stops being president.
A narrow Biden victory offers four years of gridlock—and that’s the best-case scenario.
The President has survived one impeachment, twenty-six accusations of sexual misconduct, and an estimated four thousand lawsuits. That run of good luck may well end, perhaps brutally, if Joe Biden wins.