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    #1

    'Whoever' vs 'no matter who'

    Whoever wins the General Election, nothing will really change.

    Is it natural to use 'No matter who' to supersede 'Whoever' in the above sentence?

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    Re: 'Whoever' vs 'no matter who'

    It can replace 'whoever' — it wouldn't supersede it.

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