While protesters flooded streets all over the country opposing Donald Trump's election victory, one man gave an impassioned plea for Hillary Clinton to contest the results.
Telling a CNN correspondent "I wanted Hillary to win more than anybody," the unidentified man launched into a lengthy appeal live on air Wednesday night.
"I need Hillary to stand up right now, and walk in and sue the United States of America," he said, insisting that the Democratic nominee won the popular vote.
During her concession speech earlier Wednesday, Clinton said "We must accept this result and look toward the future," adding that Trump deserves "a chance to lead."
The CNN reporter interrupted the man, saying "It looks like Donald Trump won fair and square," and asked the man if he thought the electoral college should be dissolved.
"Hillary had more votes," the man said. "More human beings voted for Hillary. Just count the votes."