UB Professors Discuss Divisions Amid Presidential Election
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“This is a deeply, deeply divided country along ideological lines,” said Henry Louis Taylor, professor of urban planning.
“This was in some ways a referendum on President Trump and indicates how sharply polarized we are as a nation,” said James Campbell, professor of political science.
President Trump has threatened lawsuits to come over the voting process and collecting and counting of ballots in some states.
Election law expert James Gardner expects to see recounts and court cases to resolve this, but also wondered about the how the federal courts, including the United States Supreme Court, would handle the situation with objectivity.