Five times in U.S. history, prospects have lost the popular vote however won the presidency– most just recently in2016 Could Donald Trump be the first to do it two times?
A look at an American political anomaly:
–1824: Andrew Jackson won pluralities of both the popular vote and the Electoral College, however not a bulk, sending out the election to your home of Representatives. There were 3 other candidates, like Jackson members of the Democratic-Republican Party– John Quincy Adams, William Crawford and Henry Clay. Clay tossed his support to Adams, sealing the triumph for Adams, who made Clay his secretary of state