Presidential Election Exclusive: How Hilary Clinton Lost the Presidential Election?

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Presidential Election Exclusive: How Hilary Clinton Lost the Presidential Election?

History has chosen to remain the same as Donald J. Trump rises victorious as the 45th President of the United States of America. As Trump and his supporters are celebrating their victory, Clinton is at a loss with her followers, who were already crying at Hillary’s thin chances of winning a couple of hours ago.

Donald Trump won the 2016 US election with 48% popular votes and 276 electoral votes whereas Hillary Clinton was 58 electoral votes short of winning. The major reason why Clinton lost the election is believed to be the African-American, Latino and Younger voters who failed to vote or show up at the polling location in time.

Some couple of hours ago Donald Trump’s campaign filed a lawsuit against the Clark County registrar for keeping the polls open even after the designated time was over; which was ultimately denied by the Nevada judge. Even if the polling location was kept open illegally and even if all the votes which were dropped at that time were for the Democrat nominee, it wasn’t enough to take Hillary to the oval office.

However, Clinton had already conceded after 2 a.m ET. And maybe, she did not even see her defeat coming until she lost states she thought were on her side like Wisconsin. She is also to have underperformed former President Barack Obama and even women.

While the Hillary Clinton and her supporters are in sheer grief, the new President of United States of America is all set to take the White House office as of January 20, 20