You mean like all the 'foaming at the mouth', violence, and rioting of democrat and Clinton and various 'ism' supporters that's been happening since 9/11/2016?
He won. EOS.
There have been elements of this from both sides of politics during various parts of the campaign, and while it's not OK for any of them, in all cases this kind of behavior represents a tiny proportion of either side. Also worth noting that since the election there has been a big increase in the reports of racism and anti-semitism including violence from Trump supporters.
Even days before the election he had said he would only accept the result if he won. I have no doubt that if he lost, the violence he would incite following would absolutely dwarf anything we've seen.
BTW the 'popular' vote is irrelevant. It's NOT how the USA elects their presidents. (just stating the obvious you understand...)
Quite correct - but Trump didn't like the idea of that when he thought his guy was going to lose the presidency yet win the populate vote back in '12. Obama went on to win a majority in the popular vote anyway, but Trump genuinely suggested that people "march of Washington and stop this travesty" and that "we should have a revolution" at the time. This, Like most things he says and does, shows he's a demonstrably massive hypocrite.
There's also been a big increase reports of racism and violence from those that supported Clinton. It's from both sides. You just have to see, read, and hear what they're saying about the millions of americans who voted for Trump, who weren't all white middle class, old people living in the backwoods of the crucial swing states.
The 'popular vote' is just as irrelevant to Trump as it is to Clinton, in 2012 and 2016. And IMHO it's irrelevant to any/every discussion/debate about the election outcome even here in 'Geek zone.
As to him being a hypocrite, he's no worse than Clinton on that score. All politicians are hypocrites. It might even be said it's a requirement to be a successful, election winning politician. Just look at New Zealand politics for evidence of that, particularly our current government.