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Breaking: Trump Gets Some Incredible Election News…Hillary, Liberals Stunned!

Maybe this’ll make the left shut up.

…probably not, though.

More than a month after their historic loss in the presidential election, Progressives continue to whine about the Electoral College and the popular vote. They’re focusing on the loss as if it was actually a win and attempting to convince…well, mostly themselves…that they were cheated out of a sure victory.

Now they want the Electoral College abolished because they didn’t get their way (and no other reason), and liberals everywhere continue to spout their nonsense about “if you win the popular vote, you should be President.” Yeah, we have certain systems in place for a reason.

But anyway.

The newest tallies being trumpeted are pretty telling in the After Action Report. According to the Daily Mail, Trump was actually even more victorious than the raw Electoral totals.

“Clinton won California by 4.2 million and took New York by more than 1.6 million. The combined 5.8 million-vote advantage in just those two states was more than twice the size of her overall edge nationwide.

When the dust settled, she lost the rest of the country by 3 million votes.”

As it turns out, Clinton was miserably under-served by her campaign advisers because (apparently) her grand strategy was never an Electoral College win. She was focused purely on a popular vote that she felt would naturally propel her to the finish line.

While Trump was practicing “death by a thousand paper cuts” by tearing down her Blue Firewall in the upper Midwest, she was planning her fireworks display at the Jacob Javitz Center in downtown Manhattan.

It did seem quite odd in the final act when Hillary was conspicuously absent, sleeping it off in some fancy hotel while Donald was busting his hump in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Michigan, North Carolina and Florida (all States he won, by the way).

For his part, Trump tweeted a parting shot to the media, “I have not heard any of the pundits or commentators discussing the fact that I spent FAR LESS MONEY on the win than Hillary on the loss!”

So I guess Lennon and McCartney were right: Money can’t buy you love…or in Hillary’s case, an election.

Source: Daily Mail

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