President Donald Trump won Pennsylvania by some 500,000 votes, or 6 to 8 percent, an analyst told Steve Bannon on his Monday War Room broadcast.
Seth Keshel noted that, in November, he "knew it was ugly and have been saying it was a slam dunk, 300-400k Trump state."
"Appears I was light and it may be about a half million."
Keshel said his analysis was based on models and predictions and over 75 years of history in the Keystone State.
Keshel noted that Republicans out-registered Democrats in Pennsylvania by a margin of 21 to 1 from 2016 to 2020.
"Another fun fact on PA – the winner of Luzerne County in presidential races has carried PA every election since 1936. Trump still won it over a lot of fraud," Keshel said.
"Any Republican in that time frame winning Luzerne County has also never failed to carry Michigan."