Stein quickly responded that she would sue and also filed a lawsuit in Pennsylvania to force a recount there. Her supporters began filing recount requests at the precinct level in the Keystone State, where initial results showed Republican Donald Trump ahead of Democrat Hillary Clinton by 70,638 votes.
Stein — who received just a tiny piece of the vote in Michigan — plans to ask for a recount there on Wednesday, according to Mark Brewer, former chairman of the Michigan Democratic Party and lawyer for Stein.
Michigan’s Board of Canvassers certified its election results Monday afternoon, showing Trump won the presidential race by a 10,704-vote margin over Clinton.
Trump tweeted this out early Tuesday morning, which sounds similar to the Flag Protection Act of 2005 then-Senator Hillary Clinton co-sponsored:
Of course, the anti-Trump media who wanted Clinton in the White House started attacking him viciously – for something Clinton had, in fact, advocated:
Hillary Clinton is crumbling and becoming even more unhinged than ever before as it gets closer and closer to the day Donald Trump is sworn in as President of the United States.
According to National Journal columnist Ron Fournier, Hillary’s involvement in Jill Stein’s widely derided recount is all part of the agenda.
“Raising doubts about legitimacy of election, even w/out overturning result, is part of Clinton’s plans to keep her options open for 2020,” tweets Fournier.
Another part of the strategy is the endless series of “random viral selfies” Clinton has taken with voters while walking in the woods. By portraying herself as a regular person, Hillary is attempting to eschew the reality that she is a completely out of touch elitist.
President Barack Obama called Hillary Clinton to persuade her to concede the White House on election night, according to a forthcoming book on Clinton’s defeat.
Authors Amie Parnes, The Hill’s senior White House correspondent, and Jonathan Allen cite three Clintonworld sources familiar with the election-night request in the unreleased book from Crown Publishing.
“You need to concede,” Obama told his former secretary of State as she, her family, and her top aides continued to watch results trickle in from the key Rust Belt states of Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania. The latter state, called after 1:30 a.m. by The Associated Press, was the clear tipping point for the White House race, ensuring Trump would crest over the 270 electoral-vote threshold needed to win.
Clinton ultimately heeded Obama’s advice and called Trump to acknowledge her defeat in the early morning hours Wednesday.
White House officials did not immediately return requests for comment Friday.
Obama’s call left a sour taste in the mouths of some Clinton allies who believe she should have waited longer, and there’s now a fight playing out between the Obama and Clinton camps over whether to support an effort to force the Rust Belt states to recount their votes.
Alex Jones talks with Bev Harris about how Donald Trump won the 2016 presidential election.
Despite widespread predictions that a wave of Hispanics would defeat him, exit poll data indicates that president-elect Donald Trump did better with Hispanics than Mitt Romney did in 2012.
According to exit poll data collected by CNN, Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton defeated Trump among Hispanics at 65 percent to 29 percent. While that’s a big margin, it’s smaller than the one Barack Obama won by in 2012. He defeated Mitt Romney among Hispanics 71 percent to 27 percent.
Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2016/11/09/trump-did-better-than-romney-among-hispanics-and-blacks/#ixzz4Pcf6Z7vY