Five times in US history, candidates have lost the popular vote but won the presidency — most recently in 2016. It was Trump back then. Could he do it again? Previously, John Quincy Adams in 1824, Rutherford B Hayes in 1876, Benjamin Harrison in 1888 and George W Bush in 2000 are among the five presidents apart from Trump who lost the popular vote but won the elections. However, Trump joins Adams and Harrison to lose the popular vote TWICE!
No sooner than the news surfaced online, people took to criticize Trump, and blatantly said that he was not loved, but despised. “@realDonaldTrump Hey, you’re, like, three and a half MILLION votes behind in the popular vote AGAIN,” one tweet read and another said, “@realDonaldTrump Hey Donnie – did you see that you lost the popular vote by more than 3 MILLION votes? That’s even more than in 2016. You are not loved. We despise your racism, your ignorance, your misogyny, your bullying, your constant lying, and your very face. #BidenHarris.”Is Donald Trump the only POTUS to lose popular vote twice? Here are presidents who lost the vote in the past | MEAWW