According to the exit-poll data compiled from 28 states where data was available, nearly every single race where there was a discrepancy between exit-poll and final-vote data went to Trump.Especially noteworthy are the following states: Ohio (8.5 percent discrepancy), North Carolina (5.9 percent discrepancy), Pennsylvania (5.6 percent discrepancy), Wisconsin (4.9 percent discrepancy), Florida (2.6 percent discrepancy). In these states, each of which was considered essential for Trump to win the election, the discrepancies between exit-poll data and final counts were enough to flip the state to Trump. In other words, had the final results roughly approximated the exit-poll data, Clinton would have won each of these states (Ohio was essentially tied). Put simply, the variance in the final counts gave the election to Trump.
The results in Ohio, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Florida are well beyond the margin of error.
As attorney and professor of political science, Bob Fitrakis, astutely noted in an interview with CounterPunch Radio, "If this election occurred outside the United States, our government would not recognize it as legitimate."
In an interview after the New York primaries (they too showed a statistically improbable discrepancy in exit polls versus final-vote counts in favor of Hillary Clinton against Bernie Sanders) ...
Had the Democratic primaries not been rigged in favor of Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders would have been the nominee, and in all likelihood, President of the United States.
Trump is a fraud, as was Clinton.