Us election trump last man standingand first woman standing in our democracy”The Daily Mail, August 25, 2016: The US Electoral College is a system of representation and it is not going to be fixed by one presidential candidate, Mitt Romney declared on Tuesday, saying he would not be voting for Trump or Clinton. ‘My vote is my vote,’ Romney said in an interview with Fox News. ‘There is another candidate that has a chance to be president. If he’s the nominee, I’m willing to vote for that.’ ‘I’m not going to be influenced by any other candidate’: Mitt Romney (pictured) said he would not be voting for the GOP nominee but added, ‘My vote is my vote’
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Mr Trump tweeted that Mr Obama and the media were to blame for the fact that he lost the popular vote in the 2016 election.
‘If I win the popular vote I will immediately take a look at the electoral college,’ Trump tweeted on March 22.
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‘I say what I say — just go vote,’ Trump said.
Democrats who have criticised the Electoral College in the past, including Hillary Clinton, have long claimed that their own candidate’s winning percentage in the popular vote might not have changed hands.
‘I didn’t get 2 million more votes than she did’
According to a recent CBS News poll, the Democratic Party has lost control of the house and the Senate in Congress thanks to Donald Trump.
It finds Hillary Clinton losing voters in Pennsylvania by 1,848 votes – 4 percentage points, which is about one-fifth of the 3,237 votes she took in November.
In Kansas, which holds both the presidency and both houses of Congress, t엠카지노he Republican Party has won a larger share of the popular vote with Mitt Romney winning the state’s 26,854 voters.
That means Romney would have won if he ran as the Republican presidential nominee in 2012, if Democrats picked up 546 seats to take control of the House and Senate and if they won the popular vote by the same margin as in the 2012 election.
Democrats could lose the White House next month unless they win a third of the states that currently feature Hous