Still not a majority. If, by majority, you do not mean got more popular votes. If you're going to parse the concept of a majority, you need to be much more specific. Like, T**** lost the popular vote by almost 8 million, but because HRC didn't secure 51%, it doesn't count, or something.
At least Bill Clinton had support that was wide enough to win the popular vote in over 30 states, giving him an electoral victory. Hillary only won as many states in 2016 as Trump did in 2020.
OK, Sparky, let's have a brief chat about how to craft a cogent argument. First of all, you referenced the popular vote, not the Electoral College. You might also look up what the margins were on those EC victories in the swing States. The last two Republican candidates who won the popular vote were in 1988 and 2004. Republicl0wns are unpopular and without the EC, would be irrelevant, outside of the Senate.
WRT 2020, we all know who had the most votes in that election too, and spiking the football on 2016 HRC based on 2020 T**** is actually kind of funny to see. It's like a Buffalo Bills fan talking about how they would've beaten the Raiders in those 4 Super Bowls back in the 80's, so they are the best team in football, LOL.