Donald Trump has been president for half a year, but Democrats still refuse to accept his position in the White House.
Of course, the Democrats have a track record of calling GOP president illegitimate. In 2000, after George W. Bush won the electoral college but lost the popular vote, Democrats claimed he “stole” the presidency. Four years later, Bush won the electoral college and the popular vote, but Democrats still resisted. He would never have had a chance to be re-elected if he hadn't stolen the first election, they would say.
In 2016, it happened again — Trump won the electoral college but not the popular vote — and this time the Democrats could blame Russian interference, too.
And that's exactly what Reverend Jesse Jackson continues to do.
Watch Jackson claim Trump stole the 2016 election on the next page: