Trump wins Michigan’s 16 electoral votes, state board says

“If Jill Stein follows through as she has promised and pursues recounts in Pennsylvania and MI, we will take the same approach in those states as well”, he added.President-elect Donald Trump has won Michigan’s 16 electoral votes. The Wisconsin Elections Commission voted Monday to proceed with a recount and will bill Stein and other interested campaigns for the costs, estimated to be around $1 million. That amount will be due from the campaigns of either or both the Green Party’s Stein and the Reform Party’s Roque De La Fuente – both of whom sought the recount – by the end of the business day Tuesday.Elias said the Clinton campaign had been inundated with calls from supporters encouraging the campaign to get involved in the recount, “urging us to do something, anything, to investigate claims that the election results were hacked and altered in a way to disadvantage Secretary Clinton”.After Michigan was awarded to Trump Monday, the Manhattan billionaire’s Electoral College advantage over Clinton expanded to 306-to-232.Stein said she is “proud to stand up for election integrity” regardless of whether it changes the outcome of the presidential race.Fueled by the social media hashtag #recount2016 and millions of dispirited Hillary Clinton voters, Stein’s recount drive had already netted $6.3 million by Monday, according to her campaign website. Dylann Roof Found Competent To Stand Trial
Roof is also facing separate murder charges brought by the state of SC in a case that is due to begin in January. Roof’s lawyers questioned his competency earlier this month on the eve of jury selection. The Conway offensive, which began Thursday on Twitter and continued in her three appearances Sunday, led the echo chamber of opposition to the former 2012 Republican presidential nominee.Such requests are not automatically granted, and Trump would have seven days in which to object to the recount request, potentially pushing the process toward mid-December.”He is the president-elect and it is time to move forward”, Collins said on CNN’s “New Day”.Not only did he present no evidence to back up those claims – there apparently isn’t any.Assistant Attorney General Brian Buonamano, who handles the state’s election law complaints, said he’s looking into fewer than five complaints concerning voter fraud. He said Trump should “put proof behind” the allegation. “I would have won even more easily and convincingly (but smaller states are forgotten)!”But Trump’s warning could face opposition from some Republicans on Capitol Hill and corporate leaders who see continued engagement with Havana as good for American businesses and the best way to force the Cuban government to change.Trump tweeted Monday he “will terminate” President Barack Obama’s reestablishment of diplomatic ties and normalization of relations if “Cuba is unwilling to make a better deal for the Cuban people, the Cuban/American people and the U.S.as a whole”. Dez Bryant regrets taking shots at Josh Norman after Thanksgiving game
When asked what he’s learned about experiencing criticism from other players this season, Norman had a quick reply. One of the tall tasks they got me stacked up against”. “The numbers show it”, said Norman. The Green Party says it will ask a Pennsylvania court to order a statewide recount of the state’s November 8 presidential election result.US President-elect Donald Trump is facing a new challenge from Green Party candidate Jill Stein.Conway also led a remarkable rear-guard attack on 2012 GOP nominee Mitt Romney as a possible secretary of state, arguing that the former MA governor was disloyal to Trump and should not be considered for the post. There, elections officials on Monday certified a Trump victory of 10,704 votes.Art Sisneros previously told The Associated Press that he was wavering on supporting Trump because the Republican “is not biblically qualified for office”. It takes 270 to be elected president. The updates dropped Trump’s margin over Clinton from 27,257 votes to 22,460 votes, or 0.8 percent of the total vote.Donald Trump made a controversial claim on Twitter Sunday – amid a push for recounts in several states – that “millions of people” voted illegally and that “serious voter fraud” occurred in California, New Hampshire and Virginia. Neither Trump nor his transition team have responded to requests to explain what he meant or provide any evidence. The law, also known as the Motor Voter Act, says states must allow for registration at the Department of Motor Vehicles and other public places.There has been no evidence of widespread tampering or hacking that would change the results of the presidential contest between Trump and Clinton. Obama’s rough ride on health care offers lessons for Trump
One of the simplest explanations for Republicans majorities of almost every level of government is President Barack Obama. A variety of factors could ensure that even with a President Trump, Democrats remain in the minority for years to come.

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