The National Popular Vote and Its History in Third-World Countries

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Constitutional scholar and author Rob Natelson joins Kim to discuss the National Popular Vote and how it draws its inspiration from third-world countries and their voting systems.

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The National Popular Vote and its connection with the voting systems of third-world countries

Rob Natelson heads the Independence Institute’s Constitutional Studies Center. Natelson is an expert on the Consitution. Natelson joins Kim to discuss the National popular vote, its problematic Constitutional conflicts, and his recent Daily Caller article, “Democrats are Pushing for the Third-World National Popular Vote.”

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