As I mentioned last week, it takes a long time for the votes for a presidential election to be counted. This fact didn't stop many pundits from using early totals to say that Donald Trump got fewer votes than Mitt Romney or John McCain.
Dave Wasserman has a handy running vote total, and his figures now show Donald Trump with 60,961,967 votes (this number will almost certainly continue to increase). According to figures I've seen, Mitt Romney got fewer than 60,940,000 votes. This implies that Trump has now passed Romney's popular vote total.
The first task of coping with political disruption is to see where one's feet stand, even if (especially if) that can be a tricky enterprise at times.
(Update: If you're interested in votes, you might also enjoy this analysis of the shake-up of electoral coalitions in 2016.)