President Trump speaking at a campaign rally in 2016.

President Trump speaking at a campaign rally in 2016.

Polls are suggesting that Vice President Biden is picking up support in many battleground states –and even in some that went decisively for Trump in 2016.

Though we are still a few months off from the election, Trump himself seems to be setting the stage for rejecting the results if he loses.

Lawrence Douglas is a professor of law, jurisprudence and social thought at Amherst College. He explores what would happen if, indeed, Trump refuses to concede in a new book. It’s titled “Will He Go? Trump and the Looming Election Meltdown in 2020.”

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  • Lawrence Douglas Professor of law, jurisprudence and social thought at Amherst College.

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