Donald Trump actually won big in EC, popular and county votes to win The White House

Nov 13, 2016
Republican Donald Trump won big against Hillary Clinton in the US presidential election 2016 in terms of Electoral College, state and popular votes.
Republican Donald Trump won big against Hillary Clinton in the US presidential election 2016 in terms of Electoral College, state and popular votes.

Donald Trump has crushed Hillary Clinton in the recent US presidential election in three key areas, but the mainstream media, especially pro-Clinton or anti-Trump ones are not telling it.

First, Republican candidate Trump picked up a significant amount of the counties in the US.

Second, the media is also hiding the fact that Trump crushed Democratic nominee Clinton in the Electoral College (EC) votes as well.

Third, Trump won more popular votes than Clinton.

As of today, most if not all media outlets show that Trump won the election with only 279 EC votes.

But the truth is Trump also won Michigan with 16 EC votes and Arizona with 11 EC votes for a total of 306 EC votes.

Hillary was shown to have won 228 EC votes but she barely won New Hampshire, which should put her at 232 EC votes.

As a result, Trump won 57% of all EC votes.

Thirdly, in total states it was a landslide as Trump won 31 states to 19 states won by Hillary or 62% of the states.

The mainstream will argue that Hillary beat Trump in the popular vote which initially appeared accurate.

According to the New York Times, she won 59,923,027 to Trump’s 59,692,974 for a difference of only 230,053 or 0.4%.

In California and New York, Hillary beat Trump by a combined four million votes.

If not for these two huge liberal states, Hillary would have gotten shellacked in the popular voting as well.

But in the final outcome of US presidential election 2016, Trump won 62,972,226 popular votes against Clinton’s 62,277,750.

Trump won 694,476 more popular votes.

The mainstream media will not tell that Trump won Bigly!

So Hillary turned in the Democratic Party’s worst election performance in 28 years.

Source: ETF News