Members of the Electoral College gather Monday in all 50 states and the District of Columbia to officially elect Donald Trump as president. Trump’s state wins have set him up for a comfortable victory of 306 electoral votes to Hillary Clinton’s 232. The process, normally a formality, has become unusually controversial this year — partly because Clinton won the popular vote by nearly 3 million votes, and partly because the CIA has concluded that Russia leaked emails hacked from Democrats to help Trump win. Republican electors have been swamped with calls, letters, and emails from Trump opponents urging them to vote for somebody else, even though in some cases that would violate state law. There was no evidence the campaign had swayed enough electors to change the result.