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The key difference between now and 2016, though, is that after the election, a majority of Republicans are still unwilling to accept the result.
MORE REPUBLICANS DISTRUST THIS YEAR’S ELECTION RESULTS THAN DEMOCRATS AFTER 2016DHRUMIL MEHTA (DHRUMIL.MEHTA@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)NOVEMBER 20, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
The public has little use for a brand’s Twitter account if it’s unwilling to get down and dirty with the masses.
MEET THE PROFESSIONAL MEMERSLUKE WINKIENOVEMBER 11, 2020VOX
The good news is that, given the record-breaking early turnout ahead of Election Day, a number of you were unwilling to accept no for an answer and successfully convinced people you care about to participate.
The Steelers are willing to evolve, but unwilling to budge from the foundation of their success.
I suspect most organizations are in bad shape, but unable or unwilling to face it.
Police then proceeded to cut their chains when the activists were unwilling to do so.
NO UNLAWFUL ASSEMBLY CHARGES SO FAR FOLLOWING DOZENS OF ARRESTSBRITTANY CRUZ-FEJERAN AND ASHLY MCGLONEOCTOBER 12, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
We noticed that, despite it being a major goal for progressives in California for decades, a lot of Democrats locally were unwilling to get on board.
After talking to Ramos, the prosecutor approached the municipal court judge and said, “The city will nolle,” which is short for “nolle prosequi,” or “unwilling to pursue.”
The right paints immigrants as unwilling to assimilate and a threat.
AMERICAN ANGER: TOO HOT TO HANDLE?NICK FOURIEZOSSEPTEMBER 27, 2020OZY
The usual insurers are unwilling to cover coronavirus-related claims, which has made it harder for producers to secure completion bonds from banks.

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