BRET BAIER (CO-HOST): I look back to 2000, I covered -- Tallahassee recount there, 37 days and nights, and hanging chads, and I remember at the beginning Democrats felt that their PR message, their talking point was that you have to continue the count, you have to count every vote.
We have already hearing that from the former Vice President tonight, "count every vote," and it sounds like a good thing to say. Sure, count every vote, but Republicans in some cases are going to be saying, "No, stop the vote."
JONATHAN TURLEY: When people say count every ballot in a situation like this it could prove utter madness. We're talking about millions of ballots that have come into these polling centers in a fairly novel and new way. It's not that mail-in voting is new, it's just that mail-in voting to this degree is new in places like Nevada and other states.
MARTHA MACCALLUM (CO-HOST): And then you get into the inevitable debate in those counts of whether or not they're valid. You know, whether the signature matches, like the instance in Pennsylvania and other states as well. Andy, there is going to be a lot of subjectivity in the question of whether or not all of his ballots are valid in many cases.