Barbra Streisand: ‘Antiquated Electoral College Doesn’t Sit Well with Me’

‘Hillary got almost – she got 2.9 million votes more than Trump’

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STREISAND: “I was in tears. I -- I just -- I couldn't -- We walked around kind of numb. I’m still a little bit numb because I can’t believe it happened, since, you know, Hillary got almost 2 -- she got 2.9 million votes more than Trump and she’s not the president. So I don’t know. This antiquated Electoral College doesn’t sit well with me. It’s not fair. I think the people should vote for who the leader is of our country."

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