Dennis MillerI've said this very thing but it sounds better coming from him.
As of today, Hillary Clinton received 48.08% of the Popular Vote and Donald Trump received 46%, an obvious 2.08% advantage for Clinton. Also as of today (and this one's locked down) Donald Trump received 56.8% of the Electoral College Vote and Hillary Clinton 43.2%, an even more obvious 13.6% advantage for Trump. Percentage wise, well, let's see...that's well over six times (2.08% x 6=12.48%) more of a gap percentage-wise. When you mix in the secret sauce that the Popular Vote doesn't mean a single damn thing when electing a President, it was a very strong ass-kicking Trump laid on her.