and gerrymandering in those states guaranteed the outcome, even though in Pa, she won the popular vote. All that popular vote is worthless when the gerrymandered electoral reps./house districts were defined by the 2010 census (terms of which were clearly in GOP control)
You keep bringing up gerrymandering which has zero to do with Presidential races. It only effects local and congressional voting.
Trump won Pennsylvania's popular vote (1 person, 1 vote) 2,912,941 to 2,844,705. More people in Pennsylvania voted for Trump than Hillary. No trickery, no foolish business, no tom-foolery. Just simply won the popular vote for that state.