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The Democrats Will Win The Presidency By 2.5 to 3 Million Votes

The Democrats Will Win The Presidency By 2.5 to 3 Million Votes

Five global stories to watch as the US waits for midterm election results

As of Tuesday evening, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump were officially in a tie in the popular vote count, and it’s not clear how to break the tie yet.

The Democratic nominee will likely win at least 2.5 million votes, and has said that she’ll “move to the White House” if she wins it.

The president won’t have to go back to the well. He’s already secured the most powerful office in the land. If Clinton wins the popular vote, her margin over Trump is likely to be around 2.2million votes—assuming he wins the Electoral College. Without the popular vote, his actual electoral vote tally is likely to be in the hundreds, not the over 1 million he’s been claiming.

The only thing certain is that the Democrats are poised to win the presidency by 2.5 to 3 million votes. And to make that possible, they need a super-majority of 55% of the electoral college vote.

“I’ve been saying that for the last four years,” Clinton said at a press conference in Ohio on Tuesday. “And now, with the Electoral College, I’ll say it again.”

The president may have taken the country to war, created the largest tax cut in U.S. history, and now is in a tight race for the White House, but if he loses on Tuesday, he’s got one last thing—a second term.

That’s assuming he holds onto the Oval Office.

So, what do we know so far? And what happens if he loses?

1. The Democrats will win the popular vote

In this election, Donald Trump has been criticized for his treatment of women, his racist remarks, the use of “America First” as a campaign slogan, and for attacking the media. The Republicans have been criticized for their attacks on the president, their negative campaign ads

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