Here's an example, from Reason.com, which might make some good points, but it's just annoyingly overstated: "Trump Won Because Leftist Political Correctness Inspired a Terrifying Backlash/What every liberal who didn't see this coming needs to understand."
And over in the sidebar, I see: "Trump Didn't Win Because He's Trump. He Won Because Clinton Is Clinton/While many will call this a mandate for Donald Trump, it's better read as an anti-mandate for Hillary Clinton."
Other "Trump won because" headlines I'm seeing:
"Donald Trump Won Because of Facebook" — New York Magazine.
"Trump won because college-educated Americans are out of touch" — a professor published in The Washington Post.
"Trump Won Because Democratic Party Failed Working People" — according to Bernie Sanders.
"Trump Won Because Of An ‘Under-Educated Electorate’" — according to Wendy Davis.
"Dear America, This Is Important -- Trump Did Not Win Because of Racism" — David French at The National Review contradicting Van Jones on CNN.
"Donald Trump won because he listened to the people" — a columnist at MarketWatch.
"Trump won because voters believed the system was corrupt. They were right" — a columnist at the UK Telegraph.
"Trump Won Because Voters Are Ignorant, Literally/Democracy is supposed to enact the will of the people. But what if the people have no clue what they’re doing?" — Foreign Policy.