Donald Trump received about 46 percent of the popular vote in the presidential election. And his 306 electoral votes are comparable to the 303 John F. Kennedy won in 1960. That kind of election is generally called a squeaker, not a landslide.
Donald Trump received about 46 percent of the popular vote in the presidential election. And his 306 electoral votes are comparable to the 303 John F. Kennedy won in 1960. That kind of election is generally called a squeaker, not a landslide. David Goldman AP file photo
Donald Trump received about 46 percent of the popular vote in the presidential election. And his 306 electoral votes are comparable to the 303 John F. Kennedy won in 1960. That kind of election is generally called a squeaker, not a landslide. David Goldman AP file photo

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November 30, 2016 4:16 PM

Don’t believe Donald Trump — he didn’t win in a landslide

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