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>> This is not the outcome we wanted.>> With Hillary Clinton's lead in the popular vote approaching two and a half million and with a potential three state recount in the works, Donald Trump lashing back in the way he knows best. Trump launching a series of tweets Sunday starting with this.
In addition to winning the Electoral College in a landslide, I won the popular vote if you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally. Who those people are is unclear, his unsubstantiated claim left dangling. Instead, followed by two tweets in which Trump says it would've been easier for him to have won the popular vote than the Electoral College.
In that quote, I would have only campaigned in three or four states instead of the fifteen states that I visited. Again saying, quote, I would've won more easily and convincingly. And finally this, serious voter fraud in Virginia, New Hampshire,and California. So why isn't the media reporting on this?
Serious bias, big problem. Again, no evidence provided. All three of those states went for Clinton. Trump's tweets coming after Clinton's legal team said on Saturday it would participate in a recount of Wisconsin votes, prompted by Green Party candidate Jill Stein. Stein also pushing for recounts in Michigan and Pennsylvania, citing some computer scientists and election lawyers, who say hacking may have affected the results.
All three states had voted Democratic in recent presidential elections but narrowly favored Trump this year. Throughout the campaign, Trump made unsubstantiated claims that the presidential election was a rigged system but had quetted that allegation ever since surpassing the 270 Electoral College votes needed to win.