Presidential Electors Unite to Change Course of Presidency

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Students from several high schools rally after walking out of classes to protest the election of Donald Trump at City Hall in downtown Los Angeles Monday, Nov. 14, 2016.
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President-elect Donald Trump has been busy making plenty of decision for his cabinet ahead of Inauguration Day. But on December 19th, the Electoral College will make a decision that will affect him, when they meet to cast their formal vote for the next president of the United States.

In the preceding weeks, an increasing number of electors have been vocal about refusing to vote for Trump. The number of electors needed to change the course of the presidency would need to be quite large, but some are considering uniting against a different candidate altogether.

Jerad Sutton, the presidential elector for Colorado's 4th congressional district, joins to talk about his plan to challenge the state law in a bid to keep Trump out of the White House.