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US Election 2016 Outcome: Trump Wins without Home State Supports

The outcome of US election 2016 conducted on Tuesday was a shocker to the world as the controversial Donald trump emerged victorious over accepted Hillary Clinton.
The US electoral law stipulated that in order to win the presidency, a candidate must win 270 electoral votes, a majority of the 538 electors.
The Republican candidate, who lost his home state to Clinton, won the race to the While House had a narrow victory his strong opponent with 48% to 47% and 276 to 218 electoral votes.
The Democrat had reportedly conceded defeat.
Donald Trump, however, thinks “it’s sad” that former President George W. Bush didn’t vote for him.
Also his primary stage rival Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-South Carolina, also didn’t vote for Trump, choosing instead to cast his vote for independent candidate Evan McMullin, which Trump said was “insane.”
The 2016 race began 595 days ago and involved 22 major candidates
Speaker Paul Ryan’s spokesman Zack Roday said Ryan called Trump and Pence.
“Speaker Ryan called Donald Trump earlier this evening, and the two had a very good conversation. The speaker congratulated Trump on his big night and also spoke with his good friend Governor Mike Pence.”

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