To Obama, SNL’s Seth Myers, Ron Reagan, Jeb Bush, Nate Silver, Stephen Colbert and other arrogant dolts who said “Donald Trump will never be President”:
According to today’s International Business Times:
Almost a week has passed since the presidential election and still all the votes have not officially been counted. The Associated Press has not yet called the last states standing, Michigan and New Hampshire, because recounts in both are still possible. Michigan and New Hampshire’s unofficial vote tallies, however, are in, and the margins are slim.
President-elect Donald Trump is currently winning Michigan by 13,107 votes and at 47.6 percent, compared to Hillary Clinton at 47.3 percent. Clinton leads New Hampshire by 2,701 votes at 47.6 percent, compared to Trump at 47.2 percent.
If these margins hold, Trump will officially take 306 Electoral College votes from 30 states and Clinton will take 232 Electoral College votes from 20 states plus Washington, D.C.
By the way, do you know which U.S. president received the greatest number of Electoral College votes?
Answer: Ronald Reagan in 1984, with 525 Electoral College votes (Reagan’s opponent Walter Mondale got only 13 EC votes). Reagan carried 49 of the 50 states. (Source)
H/t FOTM‘s Longknife 21