Here, we could argue that the system continues to fail us by over-representing some states and under-representing others.
The best part:
So, although the people wanted Clinton and the system chose Trump, some traditions implemented by the Founding Fathers are rooted so deeply into the standard procedure of this country that they just can’t be changed.
The people wanted Clinton but the system chose Trump. I've a feeling that this article wouldn't exist if Clinton had won over 270 EVs but lost the popular vote. Then, the talk would be about respecting American tradition.