Here’s How America Would Look Like If Clinton & Trump Split Area They Won

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Nov 18 2016
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Donald Trump has won 290 electoral votes to Hillary Clinton’s 232. However, while Clinton locks herself up at home licking wounds, and probably suffering from depression after her unexpected loss, her supporters are still demonstrating and rioting and beating any Trump supporters they could find. This is the true picture of so-called liberal Democratic Party.


There’s little doubt that the 2016 Presidential Election will become a great case study for universities students due to obvious reason. What Clinton supporters had initially mocked as the greatest clown Trump has now successfully pulled off the greatest upset in U.S. history. And every critic, including Mitt Romney, Paul Ryan and Japan PM Shinzo Abe take their turns meeting Trump at Trump Tower.


The results were so devastating that Canadians who couldn’t believe the results themselves have invited Washington, Oregon and California to join Canada. Of course, that will never happen but it feels as if the 2016 election split the country in two. If an analysis of county-level voting data is used to divide areas won by both candidates, for the sake of secession, the result is mind-boggling.


Donald Trump won most of the land area of the United States – commanding more than 80% of the nation’s counties. While Hillary Clinton overwhelmingly won the cities, like Los Angeles, Chicago and New York City, President-elect Trump won many of the suburbs, isolating the cities in sea of Republican voters.



Therefore, if Clinton supporters really want to declare independence, based on the county-level voting data, Hillary Clinton would be the president of a new America consisting of island nation with small island chains. Instead of America, Clinton’s “imaginary America” would look more like Spratly Islands in the South China Sea currently claimed by China and other South-east Asia countries.


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