Dick Morris: Trump Can Still Win

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By Dick Morris

President Donald Trump can still win the presidency.

Here’s how:

Only the Electoral College or the various state legislatures can declare a candidate the winner. To base this decision on network vote totals and projections and to call Biden the president-elect is irresponsible.

The recounts in Arizona, Georgia, and the other states are likely to go heavily for Trump.

Most of the likely errors or invalid votes took place on mailed in ballots. (Machine votes are harder to tamper with). Since Biden won upwards of two-thirds of mail-in votes and absentee ballots, it’s likely that most of the discarded mail ballots will be subtracted from Biden’s total.

The networks currently give Trump 214 electorate voters (270 is the victory level).

Alaska, where Trump has led by 2:1 all week and is now more than half counted will likely throw its 3 votes to Trump giving him 217.

Trump has likewise led in North Carolina (15 votes) all week and his margin of 75,000 has not diminished. He will undoubtedly carry North Carolina.

Like Alaska, the media will not call it for Trump to promote the illusion of a Biden victory. North Carolina would bring Trump’s vote to 232.

The vote count in Arizona shows Trump’s deficit shrinking from 30,000 on Friday to 18,500 on Saturday with about 100K left to count.

After Arizona (11 votes). is fully counted, it will go through a recount subject to the pro-Trump bias identified in point 2. Were he to win Arizona, he would have 243 votes.

In Georgia (16 votes), Biden leads by only 8400 votes, a margin that has been dropping.

Like Arizona, Trump may still win the count and, if not, would have a very good chance of prevailing in the recount. With Georgia, Trump would have 259 votes.

Wisconsin (10 votes) is tallied as having been won by Biden by 21,000 votes but a recanvass is in the offing. Given the facts enumerated earler, there is a very good chance Trump will carry Wisconsin. The recount process in Wisconsin is uniquely fair and transparent — a model for the nation — so Trump may well flip the state.

If he does, he will have 269 votes — one shy of victory.

Then, it comes down Pennsylvania and its 20 votes. The Supreme Court provisionally allowed ballots to be counted if they arrived before Friday, Nov. 6 and were postmarked before election day, Nov. 3, and ordered late votes to be segregated. When Justice Alito was informed that the state had not segregated the late votes, as required in the Court’s decision, Alito reaffirmed the necessity of enforcing the court order.

Joe Biden currently leads by 37,000 votes in Pennsylvania. The number of late arriving ballots likely far exceeds this total (the state has not published this information).

Justice Alioto and a Court majority may throw out the late ballots, likely delivering the state to Trump.

Additionally, for the reasons stated above, a recanvass is likely to give Trump a decisive advantage. If he wins Pennsylvania, he would have 289 votes and a victory.

Will there be a recount in Pennsylvania? The current law requires one if the margin is under 0;.5% and in Pennsylvania it likely will be slightly greater.

There are two ways to trigger a recount:

—First, the U.S. Supreme Court could order one after the vote counters so flagrantly violated Alito’s order to segregate the votes that he had to re-issue it. And remember, four Justices wanted to reconsider whether to allow late ballots entirely but the high court deadlocked 4-4. Now with Justice Barrett in the mix it may take a different view, particularly iff the presidency hangs in the balance.

—Second, Article II Section 1 of the US Constitution reads:

“Each State shall appoint, in such Manner as the Legislature thereof may direct, a Number of Electors, equal to the whole Number of Senators and Representatives to which the State may be entitled in the Congress.”

The Pennsylvania State Legislature, solidly in Republican hands (both houses) may choose to demand a recount before appointing electors. To build the case for doing so, it may hold hearings into the allegations of fraud so as to help the voters of the state understand how flagrantly their votes were mishandled.

Already, the leader of the State Senate in Pennsylvania and the Speaker of the State Assembly have held a press conference announcing their intention to “audit” the vote counting process.

So, as the great Yogi Berra said, “It ain’t over ’til the fat lady sings.”

She hasn’t.

Dick Morris is a former presidential advisor and political strategist.



  1. Trump has been reelected, covid is a flu and anyway we are in November and the Trump vaccine is available. We all are overflowing with money (the tzedaka ads must be a computer glitch) and the USA will bring man to Mars before the end of the Trump mandate.

  2. 0-10 in lawsuits. crazy talk for the sycophants. Trump lost the popular vote twice. Biden is the President elect since FDR that won 51% of the popular vote, that is mandate and a repudiation of Trump.

  3. Please. Just stop it already.
    Any of the individual scenarios proposed by Mr. Morris is highly unlikely (some more than others), but for all of them to come true and give President Trump a second term isn’t unlikely – it’s impossible. My chances of winning the Powerball jackpot with a single ticket are greater than those of a second term for Trump.

    I say this as an extremely disappointed Trump voter who absolutely hates the reality that Biden is now the president-elect, but denying a hated reality doesn’t change it or make it go away.

    • FYI and to Albert above yours, it’s NOT “Trump can still win” TRUMP ALREADY WON IN A LANDSLIDE!!! No way can anyone with billions of fraudulent votes win over millions of legal votes. Don’t you understand that??? The era of fraudulent elections is over. The CIA corona criminals are not around anymore to install whomever they want and announce via their fake media their elected president. This era is over and TRUMP WON IN A LANDSLIDE!

  4. From his Wiki Page. He is always wrong” I hope you post this.

    2012 Electoral College prediction

    As of November 5, the day before the 2012 presidential election, Morris predicted on his website and in an article in The Hill that the Republican candidate, Mitt Romney, would win the presidency in a landslide “approaching the magnitude of Obama’s against McCain.” Specifically, he stated that Romney would win 325 electoral votes and that Obama would win 213.[48][49] (Obama ended up winning 332 electoral votes with Romney winning 206, meaning Morris was off by 119 electoral votes.) He explained the logic behind his prediction in a video posted at his website.[50] He made this prediction in the face of an overwhelming consensus among expert pollsters leading up to election night that Obama would win at least the Electoral College and likely the popular vote.[51] Morris wrote on his website, “On Sunday, we changed our clocks. On Tuesday, we’ll change our president.”[49] With regard to his prognostications, Morris announced on Fox and Friends two days before the election that after the election “either I’m gonna have to go through a big reckoning, or they [the mainstream pollsters] are.”[52] Jon Stewart mocked the idea on The Daily Show, calling Dick Morris the “King of Wrong Mountain” and claiming that pundits live in a “reckoning-free zone.”[53] Morris was the least accurate major pundit in predicting the 2012 presidential election.[54]

    In Morris’s article in The Hill, he identified some “key mistakes” by the Obama campaign, which he stated would cost Obama the election:

    The campaign “bet the farm on negative ads in swing states.”
    Obama never moved to the political center.
    The Obama campaign did not consider Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Michigan or Minnesota swing states.
    Obama “became nothing more than a nasty partisan” instead of trying to look presidential.
    Obama offered nothing more than “a grab-bag of special-interest pleadings for single women, unions, college kids and minorities”.
    Obama underperformed in the first presidential debate.
    Obama was slow to release information about the attack on the U.S. diplomatic mission in Benghazi.
    Obama returned to campaigning too quickly after Hurricane Sandy.

    On November 7, 2012, the day after the election, Morris published an article in The Hill titled “Why I was wrong”.[55] Morris stated that he had “egg on his face” and that the “key reason for my bum prediction is that I believed, mistakenly, that the 2008 surge in black, Latino and young voter turnout would recede in 2012 to ‘normal’ levels. Didn’t happen. These high levels of minority and young voter participation are here to stay. And, with them, a permanent reshaping of our nation’s politics.” In a subsequent interview on Fox News, Morris added: “I called it as I saw it from the polling and I did the best I could and I also worked very hard for Romney.” He elaborated on the latter point by explaining that he thought it was his duty to help the Romney campaign by countering pessimism about Romney’s chances.[56]

    According to FEC disclosures, Morris’ Super PAC For America disbursed approximately $1.7mm for “fundraising” to Newsmax.com, who Morris is closely affiliated with.[57] Emails from both Morris and Newsmax were paid for by Super PAC for America. Some media outlets speculate that Morris took advantage of Super PAC For America donations by paying Newsmax for fundraising which in turn paid Morris large sums of money to ‘rent’ his email list.[58][59]

    After the election, Morris did not appear on Fox News for almost three months. Finally on February 5, 2013, Fox announced that it would not renew Morris’ contract.[17] In addition to his numerous inaccurate predictions, Morris had been criticized for accepting paid ads on his Website from candidates whom he discussed on the air, a clear conflict of interest.[60]


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