Could a democrat republican coalition be the answer, everyone wins? Watch

Ambitious1999
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Ok let's respect the US General election result, but because the results were so close, a coalition of republicans and democrats could be the answer.

Trump would rightfully be president but Clinton would be Vice President.

In that sense everyone wins. It's the most democratic way of doing things. Surly nobody could object to this?
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No because both candidates have complete opposite policies, why would you want a president and vice president that dont think alike?

Everyone's a winner? Apart from Republican who won their positions of power legitimately.
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Nice idea ! As above , though, I don't think it's that black and white .
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