Electors Trump confirmed victory in US elections
Electors voting which was held last night confirmed Trump’s victory in US elections.
As a result of the voting population, which was held on 8 November, Trump could count on the quota of 306 electoral votes, while Clinton – by 232 votes. This means that Trump has missed two votes, Clinton – five. To be elected president was enough to dial 270 votes, thus winning Trump confirmed electors.
Note that many of the electors of the Republican Party refused to give their vote for Trump. That, in turn, did not react to such statements, and was confident of victory.