The morning after polls closed in the presidential election, results continued to be counted in battleground states as President Trump falsely claimed victory. By Wednesday afternoon, some key races — like Wisconsin and Michigan — were projected to go for Joe Biden, while officials in other states — like Nevada and Pennsylvania — continued their tallies. To discuss, Jim Braude was joined by Farah Stockman of The New York Times editorial board, and Amber Phillips, political reporter for The Washington Post.