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CNN's Lemon: 'We're going to have to blow up the entire system' if Democrats win back White House, Senate

CNN's Don LemonDon Carlton LemonFor myopic media, breaking up with Trump will be hard to do Don Lemon to ex-CNN colleague McEnany: 'Girl, bye' CNN's Don Lemon says Newsmax will 'never be as powerful as Fox News' MORE declared Monday night that "we're going to have to blow up the entire system" if Democrats win back the Senate and White House in November's elections as he criticized the Electoral College.

"We're going to have to blow up the entire system," Lemon told Chris CuomoChris CuomoTrump to reemerge on political scene at CPAC Kinzinger: GOP will 'be a minority party forever' if we keep supporting Trump Cruz blames criticism of Cancun trip on media 'Trump withdrawal' MORE during a handoff between the two hosts, when they usually opine for several minutes on top news items of the day.

"I don't know about that," Cuomo replied. "You're just going to have to vote."

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"You're going to have to get rid of the Electoral College," Lemon continued. "Because the minority in this country get to decide who our judges are and who our president is. Is that fair?"

"You need a constitutional amendment to do that," Cuomo replied.

"And if Joe BidenJoe BidenNoem touts South Dakota coronavirus response, knocks lockdowns in CPAC speech On The Trail: Cuomo and Newsom — a story of two embattled governors Biden celebrates vaccine approval but warns 'current improvement could reverse' MORE wins, Democrats can stack the courts and they can do that amendment and get it passed," Lemon retorted, referring to the party's presidential nominee.

"Well, you need two-thirds vote in the Congress and three-quarters of the state legislatures," Cuomo noted.

"They may be able to do that," Lemon argued.

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President TrumpDonald TrumpNoem touts South Dakota coronavirus response, knocks lockdowns in CPAC speech On The Trail: Cuomo and Newsom — a story of two embattled governors McCarthy: 'I would bet my house' GOP takes back lower chamber in 2022 MORE won the 2016 by a 304-227 margin in the Electoral College after capturing "blue wall" states of Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania. Democratic nominee Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonMedia circles wagons for conspiracy theorist Neera Tanden The Hill's Morning Report - Presented by The AIDS Institute - Senate ref axes minimum wage, House votes today on relief bill Democratic strategists start women-run media consulting firm MORE won the popular vote by 3 million votes.

Some top Democrats are threatening to add two seats to the Supreme Court if they win control of the White House and Senate in November.

Trump told "Fox & Friends" on Monday that he will announce his third Supreme Court nominee on Friday or Saturday, with the president also adding there's "more than enough time" to get his choice to replace the late Justice Ruth Bader GinsburgRuth Bader GinsburgMcConnell backs Garland for attorney general A powerful tool to take on the Supreme Court — if Democrats use it right Fauci says he was nervous about catching COVID-19 in Trump White House MORE confirmed.