President Trump gave a little election night reminder to Hillary Clinton and the establishment media during a press conference in Brussels Thursday.
A reporter asked Trump about Brexit in the U.K. and how he felt about it. He answered, in part, by bringing up his own election success.
“I just want the people to be happy, and they’re great people,” Trump said. “And I do think I have — sure, there will be protests because there are always protests. But, I think — there were protests the night of the elections, both ways. But in the end, we got, you know, 206 electoral — 306 electoral votes.”
“And one state — that is interesting. One of the states we won — Wisconsin — I didn’t even realize this until fairly recently, that was the one state that Ronald Reagan didn’t win when he ran the board his second time. He didn’t win Wisconsin. And we won Wisconsin. So, you know, we had a great night. Protests, there might be protests.” (RELATED: Trump Unloads On ‘Rigged Witch Hunt’ — Mueller Investigation ‘Perhaps The Most Tainted And Corrupt Case EVER!’)
(Trump actually slipped up a bit here. Reagan won Wisconsin twice, but since then, no Republican had until Trump.)