Removing it is extremely unlikely. But what is likely is that each state changes its law so the slate elected in each state is committed to the candidate who got the majority of the national popular vote. I also would support such a change including that the electors have no choice but to be faithful.
This would insure in the future that the popular vote winner always wins the electoral college.
If you're unfamiliar with this idea, let me tell you it is already out there and many states have already enacted such laws to only go in effect when enough states do this to insure the popular vote winner wins the college.
My state, Washington, has already done this.
But I would not feel good at all with this change happening after an election. The candidates and parties must go in to the election knowing the popular vote will decide it, not the old system of each state going with the winner of the vote only in that state.
You don't change the rules after the fact. Changing the rules after the fact is CHEATING.