Senators Who Urged Voters To Decide Impeachment Won't Admit Trump Lost The Election
During the impeachment trial of Donald Trump, the Republican excuse for acquitting the president was, "This shouldn't be up to us—let the voters decide." Well, the voters have decided. And there is still universal silence from those senators. Aired on 11/20/2020.
NBC News' Simone Boyce takes an in-depth look at the possible outcomes for Election Day if President Trump were to lose the election and refuse to concede, including a scenario in which House Speaker Pelosi could temporarily become the acting president. Katy Tur is joined for a discussion by Georgetown Law Professor, Rosa Brooks. She is the Organizer of the Transition Integrity Project, which brought together a bipartisan group of experts over the summer to "war-game" potential scenarios around the election, for example, what if President Trump lost the election and refused to concede. Aired on 11/11/2020. After mass protests calling for social change, millions of Chileans are getting the chance to change their constitution in a referendum on Sunday.
Chile's current constitution was put in place 40 years ago by military dictator Augusto Pinochet and is seen by many as authoritarian while at the same time lacking in state oversight when it came to the economy.
Chile has the highest income disparity in Latin American and basic social rights are not guaranteed as they are in most modern democracies.
Al Jazeera's Lucia Newman reports from Santiago, Chile. Uber, Lyft, Instacart and others have spent more than $200 million - the most ever spent on a state initiative - to promote Prop. 22, which would keep workers as independent contractors