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Trump Just Unveiled a New Reason Why Mueller's Investigation Is Illegitimate in an Unhinged Rant, and Here We Go With His Electoral College Victory Again

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President Donald Trump has long sought to discredit the Special Investigation into possible conspiracy between his campaign and Russian operatives to influence the 2016 election.

In doing so, he's frequently railed against Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller as well, but in talking to reporters on the White House lawn Wednesday morning, Trump employed a new tactic: criticizing Mueller for being unelected and citing his own electoral college victory.

Trump said:

"I had 206 to 223 in the electoral college—306 to 223...I just won one of the greatest elections of all time in the history of this country...and now I have somebody writing a report that never got a vote. It's called the Mueller report. Explain that, because my voters don't get it and I don't get it."

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People were exasperated.

Some think his win might not even be a win at all, considering the rumors of conspiracy and the fact that he lost the popular vote by a whopping three million votes.

They weren't surprised, however, that Trump and his voters don't seem to "get it."

Tisk tisk.