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Midnight Update Trump at 272 Electoral Votes Media Dumbfounded

Our Midnight analysis of the Electoral College vote shows Trump the winner with a minimum of 272 Electoral College votes. However, the establishment media refuses to acknowledge the apparent Trump victory.

NYT Midnight Report

The Hillary Clinton team and their spin doctors disappeared from network TV hours ago.

Our independent analysis shows that Donald Trump has the necessary Electoral College votes to win the White House

Yet, as the establishment media talking heads came to their top of the hour 12:00 a.m. updates they held back making final calls in states where Trump had strong leads, even as they all but conceded that Donald Trump would be the next President of the United States.

In Michigan and Pennsylvania Trump held narrow leads with some urban Democratic counties still not fully reporting, leaving many to wonder if totals were being held back on purpose to allow the states’ Democratic machines to “find” enough votes to erase Trump’s lead.

270 Electoral College votes are required to win the election. According to our independent analysis as of Midnight Trump has already won the following states with a total of 272 Electoral College votes:

Florida 

Wisconsin                           

North Carolina                  

Arizona                

Georgia               

Alaska                  

Ohio                     

Iowa                     

Texas                   

South Carolina                  

Utah                     

Mississippi                         

Montana                            

Indiana                

Louisiana                            

Missouri                              

Kansas                 

Tennessee                         

Nebraska                            

Arkansas                             

Alabama                             

Idaho                   

Kentucky                            

South Dakota                    

North Dakota                    

Oklahoma                          

West Virginia

Wyoming

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