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Steve Kornacki Says Biden’s Path To Victory Was Through | Deadline | MSNBC 1


NBC News national political correspondent Steve Kornacki returns to the Big Board to break down Joe Biden’s path to becoming the president-elect and emphasizes how big of a role the suburbs played in Biden’s win. Aired on 11/09/2020.
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Steve Kornacki Says Biden’s Path To Victory Was Through | Deadline | MSNBC

94 Comments on "Steve Kornacki Says Biden’s Path To Victory Was Through | Deadline | MSNBC"

  1. Trump is living the full 2020 experience:
    He got covid-19
    Lost his job
    And got evicted

  2. Steve😂 did a great work during the elections.



  4. Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania will never go red again thanks to Trump.

    • Anonymous Male | November 9, 2020 at 8:34 PM | Reply

      Wisconsin and Pennsylvania are flipping red… for this election.

    • @JimIBobIJones We actually agree on most things and we’re probably saying the same thing in a different way. You are right about the fracking and the push to strip away Union jobs have made more rural/rust belt workers look to the Republicans. That’s something that Democrats need to focus on. The reason why Pennsylvania & Wisconsin are moving more to the right is because Union jobs are being decimated (just like they have been in most of Ohio & Indiana).
      Although manufacturing have seen some push in the Obama years, it was nowhere near how great it was in the cities before the era of Ronald Reagan.
      Overall, Democrats need to focus on these issues and start calling out the Republicans on there anti labor policies, but I doubt it will happen with Biden who’s really to allow Republicans to obstruct him just like they did Obama 😞

    • @ZigZag In 2017 the gop congress passed a income tax increases on the working middle class to take effect in 2021 and 2023. I know that. As usual the gop potus leaves an economic mess behind them and it is worse with that fraud trump who has left hundreds of millions penniless

    • The rest of the country will never again go red. Because the Democrats will always find the votes.

    • @New Blue 2 Yes definitely agree on most of it, but I don’t think anyone can help the longer term decline of manufacturing. Its the curse of success, in an era where technology has brought the world closer together, the US cannot become what it used to be in terms of production. Reagan set the stage for the decline himself by being obsessed with keeping the dollar strong, which in turn destroyed competitiveness of blue collar manufacturing.

      Technology gave the US some breathing space as developing countries could not compete on more complex, higher margin intermediate and final goods – but even then Europe and the “Asian Tigers” were putting pressure on US manufacturing. The rise of China, with its combination of cheap labor and high technological capability is just the culmination of an inevitable trend.

      US manufacturing can only survive by going down the European route of focusing on quality rather than quantity – which will lead to stable jobs and a healthy economy but will not bring back jobs on the scale that was seen during the golden age of US industry. The other option is automation (which seems to be the direction that we are headed down) which will “onshore” more industry but will definitely be much worse for blue collar workers.

  5. TRUMP : “MAGA”
    2020 :”Morons Are Going Away”

  6. At what point is trump a terrorist??? The spreading of misinformation, attempting to overthrow an election, influencing Americans to commit violence and hindrances on his behalf, theft and misappropriation of American tax dollars, etc?

  7. dragondescendant1 | November 9, 2020 at 6:55 PM | Reply

    I am a republican, I believe Joe Biden is better for the country.

    • You are a good American my friend. Choosing America over party 🎉

    • @James Ram If that’s what you’ve been brainwashed to believe. I’m actually an ordinary average middle class person living the average American life, that wants the best for my family. Funny thing is, if you meet a Trump supporter in person, you would never call them a cult member to their face. Democrats are only tough guys when they can hide behind a keyboard.

    • @ZigZag get a thicker skin puff ball

    • @dragondescendant1 Stanford, actually on academic scholarship

    • @Natalie R He is not yet. Thank God

  8. Ministry of Truth | November 9, 2020 at 7:00 PM | Reply

    As it was generally understood and believed: the choice between a decent man and an Orange sociopath was very clear and simple.

  9. We missed you on our screens Steve Kornacki! Tell MSNBC that you need to forecast trends in America every day for us Khaki fans. #TrackingKornacki

  10. The election is over and my dude is STILL at the board. Somebody put this man in the WHITE HOUSE.

  11. Ahmet Samardzic | November 9, 2020 at 7:07 PM | Reply

    Congratulations to new President Biden


    • Dementia Joe Kid Touch | November 9, 2020 at 7:40 PM | Reply

      Susan, I am running the biggest election fraud in history! Dementia Joe Teleprompter in his own words!

    • @Dementia Joe Kid Touch Joe Biden will be your next president – dummy donald trump in his own words. This is a fun game, let’s do more. Flail turtle flail.

    • @Dementia Joe Kid Touch you do not have something good to do? Go take a shower🙄

  13. Kornacki needs to be on the cover of Sports Illustrated: Data Edition

  14. Look on the bright side, there are 71 mil people voted for him, and that makes him the number 1 loser. At least he’s number 1 at something.

  15. Beyond Artists | November 9, 2020 at 7:22 PM | Reply

    Steve Kornacki broke the internet with his khakis. I wonder what time he sleep. Never get tired

  16. This reminds me of the time my grandmother let me yell “BINGO” when my square was only halfway filled, and laughed at me for the rest of the night. I was only 10, but I learned a tough life lesson that evening.

  17. Thiago Albino Santos | November 9, 2020 at 7:29 PM | Reply

    What really surprises me is that even showing in 4 years that he is a complete and useless moron, he still got 47% votes.

  18. So basically there saying Everyone voted blue besides The Hillbillies Makes sense

  19. Pennsylvania: we’re still counting votes

    49 other states: so are we

  20. “America stopped an authoritarian populist from destroying its democratic institutions.” ~Yascha Mounk

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