Donald Trump has won the 2016 presidential election fair and square. He solidly won the electoral vote, needing 270 to win. But now as votes are still rolling in, Hillary Clinton has developed a 2 million vote lead in the popular vote. So it should be hard for President-Elect Donald Trump to declare a mandate on his decisions. Donald Trump should think twice before putting a law in place or an executive order in place and should always consider decisions made public before making a final decision and signing a law or executive order, because he did not receive the largest popular vote and his decision may not be the will of the people. Most of the people who voted may not like what he plans to mandate. If he would have won the election with both the electoral vote and popular vote, then you can say that his decisions may likely be within the will of most Americans and he should less likely be subject to disclose his decisions before making them. He needs to be fully transparent will all decisions he makes directly to the American people.