Donald Trump won a narrow victory over Democrat Hillary Clinton on Election Day, winning the popular vote by about 3.8 million votes.
The Republican Party is also expected to control the White House for the first time since Ronald Reagan was president.
But despite Trump’s victory, Democrats were expected to be able to take control of the Senate and control of both houses of Congress.
Trump won the presidency by a margin of 1.5 million votes, but the results did not necessarily reflect the entire electoral college.
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