Is elevating the loser of the popular vote to our Presidency working well for the United States?
If memory serves, it NEVER works out well to elevate the loser of the popular vote...
- Weasel McWeaselLv 72 years ago
IT'S WORKING OUT FOR HIS FAMILY WHO ARE ALL FILLING THEIR POCKETS AS FAST AS THEY CAN, BEFORE THE IMPEACHMENT TRIAL.
- Katz22Lv 72 years ago
No because the loser of the popular vote doesn't have the support of the majority of the people. There is no political mandate when the president loses the popular vote.
- yodiLv 62 years ago
that be true
- 2 years ago
Trump is proving that it can work out extremely well. Thank God for the electoral college otherwise we would have liberal kooksville California deciding our elections for the rest of the country.
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- Anonymous2 years ago
Subtracting out votes cast for Hillary by illegals, Trump won the popular vote. Then, when you also subtract out the votes for Hillary cast by dead people, it becomes a landslide.
- mokrieLv 72 years ago
Well it's worked the way it's supposed to work for over 200 years! Here is why it happened. Each state is divided into counties. There are 3141 counties in the USA. Hillary won 57 counties. Trump won 3084 counties. The big liberal cities wanted Hillary. The whole rest of the country wanted Trump. If we went by popular vote then only cities would need to vote and no one else in the whole country would have their vote count. That is why the electoral college was invented by our founders.
- 2 years ago
Trump won by the Constitution. Which has been law before we were all born