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“Democrats may see Don­ald Trump as a hor­rific freak of na­ture, but the fact re­mains that he re­ceived 63 mil­lion votes — 2 mil­lion more than Mitt Rom­ney in 2012 and 3 mil­lion more than John McCain in 2008,” vet­eran po­lit­i­cal an­a­lyst Char­lie Cook says in an es­say for Na­tional Jour­nal, adding that Repub­li­cans also beat Democrats in the House pop­u­lar vote, 49.1 per­cent to 48 per­cent.

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