This week on Law Talk with Epstein and Yoo, it’s a presidential election extravaganza –moderated by Troy “Don’t Call Me Candy” Senik, as the professors analyze the state of the race, consider the prospect of a tie in the Electoral College and diagnose how to fix it (SPOILER ALERT: it involves an auction), debate whether the vice presidency makes any sense, and discuss their least favorite presidents. And since it’s October, they wrap it all up by getting called to account for their World Series predictions.
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