Wisconsin's presidential recount has been completed and once again President-elect Donald Trump has emerged as the winner. Trump actually widened his margin of victory over Hillary Clinton this time around, gaining a net total of 131 votes, a change of just 0.06%.
The Wisconsin State Journal reports:
Wisconsin’s historic presidential recount ended Monday resulting in a net gain of 131 votes for President-elect Donald Trump over Democrat Hillary Clinton, the Wisconsin Elections Commission said.
Trump added 844 votes to his total for the Nov. 8 election, while Clinton added 713.
Overall, the commission said, voters cast 2.976 million ballots. The recount resulted in a net increase of 837 ballots.
In the end, the totals showed Donald Trump defeating Hillary Clinton by over 22,000 votes in the Badger State. The results have now been certified.
With the Wisconsin recount at an end, this essentially brings an end to Jill Stein's recount fiasco.
Over the past several days, the recounts in both Michigan and Pennsylvania have been halted by federal judges. Pennsylvania's results were certified on Monday, with Trump besting Clinton by over 44,000 votes.
Donald Trump acknowledged his now-certified victories on Twitter:
Wisconsin and Pennsylvania have just certified my wins in those states. I actually picked up additional votes!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 13, 2016