Someone said :
[...]"That's what America voted for" assumes a majority of Americans and as you yourself wrote there wasn't a majority of Americans....
It does not.
You assumed it suggested that.
"America" is not necessarily "the majority of Americans".
"America" is "the collective decision made according to the agreed procedures", in this case the majority of the electoral college.
If you had assume that @Sugartits may have been right, instead of jumping guns, you would have applied the philosophical "principal of charity", and assumed that this was probably his position. (Which it may still not be, but then if we disagree it is not on the surface anymore...)
Otherwise if you push your "logic" to the extreme, why limit the "America chose" to the voters? Why not say that "America's choice" was for neither because neither got the majority of registered voter
If you ignore the way America is actually choosing, then anything goes. Why not go by the number of people eligible to vote (even if not registered) to reflect abstention (when registered) and non-registration?
Blank, null and non-registered are not part of the way the elections work? Let's call that Fake News and ignore how the election actually work, by putting together numbers that do not mean anything...[By the way, if you had known your stuff, you would have spotted my obvious mistake about caucuses, which are used during the "primaries" phase but not for the presidential vote]