The Insignificance of the Popular Vote

It’s already been four months since Donald Trump won the elections, and became the 45th President of the United States. But even months after this historic victory, and even after the inauguration, there are still some people who would want to dispute the truth and choose to make an argument on the fallacious basis of the popular vote.

It is time to face the music and accept the fact that President Trump won the elections fair and square, and is here to stay for at least the duration of next four years. Enough with the cries about popular vote because it doesn’t matter. It doesn’t amount to anything. It can be a hundred million votes or just ten, and it is all the same. The only thing that matters in the final tally are the votes of Electoral College, of which President Trump won the overwhelming majority, 304 out of 538.

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