2020 has been a very busy year when it comes to Wall Street debuts, with Snowflake, Palantir and Lemonade among the companies entering the public market. But how will the 2020 elections shape the landscape when it comes to IPOs, startups and venture capitalism as a whole over the next four years? Joshua Franklin, M&A, IPO and corporate finance correspondent at Reuters joined Closing Bell and says the reaction of the broader market is the best indicator of what the IPO prognosis is.