Thereâ€™s one key difference between Trumpâ€™s claims four years ago following his defeat of then-Democratic Hillary Clinton and the reality now, though.
Biden is projected to beat Trump by more than 5 million in the popular vote.
Trump, meanwhile, lost the popular vote to Clinton by almost 3 million.
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Twitter users also threw Trumpâ€™s brags back at him:
“We had a massive landslide victory, as you know, in the Electoral College. I guess the final numbers are now at 306.â€ -Donald Trump, 2016. 😶 https://t.co/RmPEpLdljb
â€” Tom Foreman (@tomforemancnn) November 13, 2020
@CNN just called Georgia for Biden 😂!! Takes him to 306 Electoral Votes (â€œA landslideâ€ D Trump, 2016)
â€” Cllr Martin Horwood (@MartinChelt) November 13, 2020
Similarly, this Nov. 2016 tweet from former White House counselor Kellyanne Conway also went viral again Friday:
Yes, Kellyanne. It WAS a landslide. A blowout. Historic…a repudiation.
78 million votes against Trump = The biggest loser in American history
To see a sitting president shown the door like this, a failure of such magnitude that we all need our eclipse sunglasses again. 😎 https://t.co/yNeaoyz2Kz
â€” SuperDad (@michaelmuhney) November 14, 2020