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Breitbart News Daily: Democrat Disarray

On the Friday edition of Breitbart News Daily, broadcast live on SiriusXM Patriot Channel 125 from 6AM to 9AM Eastern, Breitbart Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow will continue our analysis of the outcome of the 2016 race and the election of President-elect Donald Trump.

He’ll be joined by Helmut Norpoth, professor of political science at Stony Brook University and author of the forthcoming book Commander in Chief: Franklin Roosevelt and the American People. Last month, Prof. Norpoth wrote an op-ed titled “You can’t trust polls: Clinton leads, but our polling methods are bunk.” His projection model projected a Trump win with a certainty of 87 to 99 percent. Despite the naysayers, Prof. Norpoth was proven correct when he told Breitbart News Daily a few weeks ago that Trump could have another “Dewey Defeats Truman” victory.

Peter Schweizer — author of the bestselling book Clinton Cash, which is the basis of the documentary film and graphic novel of the same name — will discuss the fall of the House of Clinton.

Former Navy SEAL, FBI Special Agent, and SiriusXM Patriot Channel host Jonathan Gilliam will discuss Veterans Day.

Live from London, Rome, and Jerusalem, Breitbart correspondents will provide updates on the latest international news.

Breitbart News Daily is the first live, conservative radio enterprise to air seven days a week. SiriusXM Vice President for news and talk Dave Gorab called the show “the conservative news show of record.”

Follow Breitbart News on Twitter for live updates during the show. Listeners may call into the show at: 866-957-2874.

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