STANFORD, Calif. (KGO) --Monday morning quarterbacking is a mainstay of sports. And in politics, experts are already analyzing why Tuesday's presidential election turned out to be a surprise to many.
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The subject drew a capacity crowd at Stanford University to hear why Tuesday's election propelled Donald Trump to the White House and left Hillary Clinton defeated. And in their analysis, it was partly a change in society and partly a failing by Democrats. Watch the video above for David Louie's full report.
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