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He was not elected by anything like the majority, partly because of the low voter turn-out, and because of the electoral college.
But because seats are chosen by an electoral college of about 76,000 municipal councilors and mayors, the results largely reflect France’s last set of local elections in 2015 -- two years before Macron formed his political party.
Television isn't the electoral college
But land masses don’t decide elections, the electoral college does.
Legendary NBC News chairman Andy Lack has said he was not drawn to Kelly for her appeal to conservative audiences, but most news outlets scrambled to adapt to a new reality after Donald Trump’s surprise electoral college victory in November.
All of this happened prior to the day America pivoted, with the electoral college vote deeming Trump champion.
And Trump ran the most openly racist national campaign in decades, but won a commanding electoral college victory.
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