Americans HORRIFIED As Donald Trump Has Sunday Afternoon Paranoid Mental Collapse (DETAILS)

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Donald Trump is flipping out- again- in full public view on Twitter over the recount efforts in the states of Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and Michigan.

All three of those states together make up the controversial businessman’s leading margin in the electoral college over his Democratic challenger Hillary Clinton.

After the widely circulated suggestion from a group of elections experts that electronic voting machines in Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania may have been hacked, the Green Party’s Dr. Jill Stein seized the opportunity to demand a recount, and representatives from the Hillary Clinton campaign quickly joined the recount efforts once they officially got underway this past Friday afternoon in the state of Wisconsin.

Stein plans to officially file for recounts in the states of Pennsylvania and Michigan in the coming days, and the Clinton campaign has announced plans to join those efforts as well.

And Trump is not having any of this. He ranted on Twitter for only the millionth time late Sunday afternoon, and the president-elect’s assertions delivered to the nation and world via social media this time were characteristically outlandish.

In other words, he’s ticked off. If he responds in such a fashion to domestic challenges to his presidency, how will he respond to such challenges when they come from overseas — from nations with the ability to respond militarily to such flagrant provocation?

Trump however has only been faced so far with such challenges from domestic interests, via the efforts at a recount, although his outrageous responses do not bode well for how he may react in the future to any of the manifold challenges that normally face American presidents.

Trump started off his latest Twitter rant by writing:

‘In addition to winning the Electoral College in a landslide, I won the popular vote if you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally.’

No, Donald, just no. Millions of people did not vote illegally. Where is the evidence for this?

He wasn’t finished though.

Trump went on to write on Twitter Sunday afternoon:

‘It would have been much easier for me to win the so-called popular vote than the Electoral College in that I would only campaign in 3 or 4 states instead of the 15 states that I visited. I would have won even more easily and convincingly (but smaller states are forgotten)!’

So Trump’s suggestion is that he would have only focused on a handful of states should the election have been decided only according to popular vote, and under such circumstances, he would have won the election all the same.

The problem is that the evidence doesn’t support such an assertion, since the more voters got to know Trump throughout the election season, the less they liked him.

So if voters in a handful of states, whose population was enough to give Trump the lead, had gotten to know Trump THAT much more ahead of the election, then they would have liked him THAT much less and may have, in fact, voted for him in far too few numbers for him to win the presidency.

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