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Just a scant 43,000 votes in Georgia, Arizona and Wisconsin separated former President Donald Trump from throwing the 2020 election to the House of Representatives had those races gone the other way, which would have had the Electoral College tied at 269 to 269.
2020 was determined by a very narrow margin, and one that likely gives the current occupant of the White House, President Joe Biden, some pause in pushing for some of his most radical policies. He cannot afford to lose even a half a percent of support.
After all, what if Trump decides to run again?