Trump or Clinton?
A little ride into the past:
Election No. 10 (1824) No candidate having received a majority of the Electoral Vote for President
(by now, under terms of the 12th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, Electors voted separately for President and Vice-President: John Calhoun had already received a majority of the Electoral Vote for Vice-President), the U.S. House of Representatives, voting (by State- and not as individual Congressmen) on a single ballot, elected as President John Quincy Adams, who had finished second to Andrew Jackson in the Electoral Vote for President.
Be ready for surprises, delievered by the deceiving Neptune and the nasty DragonTail.
Good luck to the American people!