How To Talk To Your Kids About The Election


President Trump says he's the winner of the 2020 presidential election, and plans to take it to the courts...

Speaking at around 2am Wednesday morning, Trump said "We'll be going to the U.S. Supreme Court - we want all voting to stop". 

All voting has ended, but vote counting remains in swing states like Michigan, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania.

Later Wednesday morning, Trump hinted at possible conspiracies against him, tweeting that he held leads in "many key States" that "started to magically disappear as surprise ballot dumps were counted."

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But no matter what outcome we end up with after this crazy election year -- one thing is for certain -- you're going to have to find a way to explain it to your kids!

But... how?!

Thankfully, our favorite dad and parenting expert Justin Worsham joined Gary and Shannon on air today, to discuss just that! Take a listen to their segment below:

For more tips and tricks on how to talk to your kids about the 2020 election, visit the New York Times.


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