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Emily Tamkin is the New Statesman’s US editor
The president has been undermining US institutions and norms for four years.
The president has repeated unevidenced claims of voting fraud.
Many of the Trump faithful already believe that this election is being stolen.
As votes continue to be counted, concerns build that Trumpism may live on past the final result.
If Joe Biden had prevailed in Florida or Texas, we could have retired for the night. But we now face days and even weeks of uncertainty.
And will there be a court battle over Pennsylvania?
In the future, the United States may be described as a “hybrid authoritarian” system rather than an unequal democracy.
How hatred and conspiracy have been normalised in American political life.
Why the southern state continues to cause hope and heartache for Democrats.
Two unexpected developments have forced me (tentatively) to reconsider my initial prediction about how 3 November will end.