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‘One Of The Great Defeats’ is how Trump described Romney’s loss to Obama - which is exactly the same marking that Trump has lost to Joe Biden.

“By a lot”, as Trump likes to say.

According to the Associated Press, Biden now has 51.1% of the national popular vote to Trump’s 47.2% – a margin identical to Romney’s 2012 defeat – a margin only expected to grow as New York continues to count absentee ballots.

“Trump frequently mocked Romney – one of the GOP’s most prolific Trump critics – for his loss, describing it in a tweet just on Friday as a “slaughtering” after claiming during the 2016 race Romney lost “by a lot” in a race he “should have won.”

“Romney lost so badly,” Trump said during an interview with Fox News host Sean Hannity in 2016, after Romney denounced him as a “phony, a fraud,” calling it “one of the great defeats in the history of presidential politics.” (emphasis mine)

Biden is also set to win 306 electoral votes to Trump’s 232, identical to Trump’s electoral college victory in 2016 (though ended up being 304 to 227 due to faithless electors), which he described in Dec. 2016 as a “massive landslide” win.

“I guess the final number is 306 and [Clinton] is down to a very low number,” Trump told Fox News host Chris Wallace in an interview, with his then-campaign manager Kellyanne Conway boasting, "306. Landslide. Blowout. Historic.”
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Oh, but you're simply ignoring the fact that the Democrats STOLE the election.

Remember, with the Trumplican base you are not dealing with rational, grounded people.
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