US Republicans are far more disciplined and loyal to their party than Democrats, according to an American political analyst and activist.
Democrats have a problem in governing. It’s not that they have such a big tent, it’s just that they have no ropes to hold down the flaps, Myles Hoenig, a Green Party candidate for Congress, told Press TV on Tuesday.
On Monday, Electoral College members across the United States cast their ballots to affirm Republican President-elect Donald Trump’s victory.
Trump needed 270 electoral votes to win the White House, but he received a total of 304. Two “rogue electors” broke from the Republican billionaire. One voted for Ohio Governor John Kasich while the other voted for former Texas Representative Ron Paul.
While Republican electors — except two — stayed loyal to their candidate, four “faithless electors” from the Democratic side refused to vote for Hillary Clinton. Three electors voted for former secretary…