However, as a matter of fact, Hillary Clinton did NOT win a majority of the popular vote, her opponents did. Clinton won 47.7 percent of the popular vote, not 50 percent plus one. That means that 52.3 percent of the voters supported someone else as President. If you add McMullin’s anti-Trump .3 percent to Hillary’s 47.7 percent, that is still only 48 percent and short of the 52 percent anti-Hillary vote when you add Gary Johnson’s 3.3 percent and Jill Stein’s 1.0 percent.
Sorry, Juan Williams, but Hillary lost the popular vote. Get over it.
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