' Clinton could still become President, if the great American tradition of the "faithless elector" were implemented. The Electoral College does not meet to vote until December 19. If, between now and then, something intensely negative for Trump should happen, some of Trump's electors could decide to change their vote, or abstain. (Some might be required to pay a $1000 fine -- but I'd be willing to chip in a few bucks for them -- ) Of course, to prevent all hell breaking loose, the reason would need to be pretty shocking --- evidence of collusion with big-wigs in Russia or other countries, evidence of saving his favorite bank, Deutsche Bank, from paying their 14 billion dollar fine to the US, sexual abuse of children, or some such thing. But then, we all think there must be some such nefarious activity in Trump's past, don't we? .