Note that my understanding is this has basically been turned into a 2-part
claim: Trump will win a majority of the votes of the electoral college (and
what matters is the results that are presented to congress), AND Trump will
be president on Feb 1.
If either one of these things is not true, the claim will be judged No.
In particular, if the electoral college results aren't presented by Feb 1st
2021, even if Trump is in office, it would seem to be that this claim
should be judged No, since he wouldn't have been "awarded a majority of the
US electoral college" by the deadline.
If no one has any objections to how I'm interpreting this, I'm happy to
move forward with it.
> I would prefer to be able to trade it. But if no-one else offers, I am
> willing to judge it
> crandles 7886
> > On 21 February 2020 at 00:30 FX <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > The creator of claim 'R2020' has made the following changes to its
> > If you have constructive suggestions, please follow-up to this message.
> Thank you.
> > Results of editing claim 'R2020':
> > 'long' changed to:
> > Donald J Trump (POTUS 2016-2020) will be President on Feb 1, 2021
> > having been awarded a majority of the US electoral college.
> > Does anyone want to judge this?
> > 'due date' changed to 2021/02/01