Hillary Clinton probably won the popular vote!
... albeit by a tiny margin - she's up by about 200,000 out of almost 120 million cast. And there are still votes to be counted here and there.
If that margin holds, Trump would become the fifth President to be elected with fewer votes than an opponent. He will join Hayes, Benjamin Harrison, J.Q. Adams, and George W. Bush in that exclusive club.
The two closest popular votes since 1900:
2. Al Gore won the popular vote by about 540,000 in 2000.
1. Kennedy beat Nixon by only 112,000 in 1960
The closest in history occurred in 1880 when James Garfield defeated Hancock by fewer than 2,000 votes.
Nixon had both the narrowest margin of defeat and the widest margin of victory. He defeated McGovern by almost 18 million in 1972.
The largest percentage victory in history belongs to neither Nixon nor FDR. Shockingly, a noted non-entity, Warren G Harding, won the 1920 election by 26.17 points!