TRUMP CLAIMS PROTESTS ARE NOT REAL

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Voters are looking into the numbers and they are becoming more accept, every day. One statistic showed that Hillary Clinton had 79% of the votes in New York, which has a population of 8.4 million people. This is more people than 39 other states in the U.S. This means that Clinton had nearly 4 times more votes than Donald Trump, and many have reason to question the poll results.

Following the results from the election, thousands of citizens in Manhattan went into the streets and protested outside of the Trump Tower. Some believed there may have been as many as 5,000 protestors. At the same time, some will argue that it wouldn’t be hard to get thousands of New Yorkers to protest on any other situation. Trump doesn’t believe that it is possible, following his presidential victory. The president-elect and his supporters overlooked the demonstrations, which included hundreds of thousands of voters that were pro-Clinton. Trump responded in a tweet and called them, “professional protestors”. He also believed them to be “incited by the media”.

In his “60 Minutes” interview, Trump went on to say that his presidential victory was a cakewalk. He also claimed that he “won it easily. I mean, I won easily. That was big. Big.” Trump followed up his confident attitude by tweeting comments against the New York Times for publishing false information in an attempt to win more subscribers. Either way, Trump continues to say that the protestors are paid.

It was reported that a supporter of Trump’s campaign, ZeroHedge shared a video of buses lined up in Chicago. The company was claiming that someone paid for the buses to bring in protestors, from Milwaukee. A lot of people disagree with that claim, since Chicago has 2.7 million people and Milwaukee has 600,000. Plus, Trump won the state of Wisconsin.