About a week ago, I was rather bemused to see Donald Trump get into an argument over how many people attended his inauguration. He seems not to have noticed that he's actually the President now, and as such shouldn't really need to engage in a dick-measuring contest against Obama.
On the other hand, this is hardly the first: ever since the results of the popular vote showed that Clinton had actually won that, he's been banging on about how this must be an example of voter fraud. Because, obviously, it's not enough for him to win the election, he has to prove he's the best on every possible measure.
But I do wonder something: if he does indeed kick off a massive investigation into the vote, what happens if the result of that investigation shows that, actually, he have lost some of those key states? That is, what happens if his investigation shows that Hillary Clinton actually won the election?
Other than that being hilarious, of course.
#3: "Far From the Madding Crowd", by Thomas Hardy (a book from The List)
#4:" Jarka Ruus", by Terry Brooks