Buck Sexton speaks with Michael Goodwin, New York Post columnist and Fox News contributor, about the disruptive nature of Trump's candidacy. Buck plays a recording of Wisconsin officials announcing the results of the official electoral vote, after which a few members of the crowd begin shouting about how the electors "sold out" and chanting "Shame, shame, shame." Buck wonders aloud if the tantrums and denial will ever stop.
Michael believes it is up to Donald Trump to determine what ultimately happens: "If he performs as he promised, if he delivers jobs...if he delivers peace through strength abroad, I think he will create momentum and I think he will build a pragmatic governing coalition."
As for the less civilized elements of the far Left who are holding rallies, issuing death threats and intimidating electors, Michael concludes: "They will never be satisfied. They don't care about the country. They only care about themselves." He believes these militant liberals are the most selfish people on the planet and have no respect for other viewpoints, the law or the Constitution.
Michael further explains that while the groups who are currently attacking Trump cannot be won over, they will eventually shrink in number if Trump manages to accomplish what he's set out to do.