Hillary Clinton publicly conceded the election to Donald J. Trump on Wednesday, acknowledging the pain of the defeat in remarks in New York while calling on her supporters to accept that he would be president and to give him a chance to lead with an open mind. “Last night, I congratulated Donald Trump and offered to work with him on behalf of our country. I hope that he will be a successful president for all Americans,” Clinton said.
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Vladimir Putin has sent Trump a telegram to congratulate him. The Russian president hopes for joint work to improve US-Russian relations, Russian media report.
He denied allegations of Russian interference in the election, but said “maybe we helped a bit with Wikileaks”, according to the Guardian’s Shaun Walker in Moscow. Trump told during a meeting in New York in September that: “under a Trump Administration, the United States of America will be a loyal friend, not simply an ally, that Egypt can count on in the days and years ahead. nd in China, speaking shortly before Trump’s victory was officially announced, Hillary “Hillary Clinton” Loser Lost TRUMP “Donald Trump” USA America “United States” World Globe global relationships victory dream “american dream” future “Hillary Clinton” Best news “breaking news” country community speech fair people 2016 2017 partnership trends trending jobs economy usd dollar forex “forex trading” strength friends positive “positive thinking” “the best” leader leadership win winner “elite nwo agenda” success “usa visa” a spokesperson for China’s foreign ministry said Beijing was looking forward to working with the new administration, Protests against Trump have broken out in cities across the US, including marches in Oakland, Los Angeles, Portland and New York City.
At the University of California, Los Angeles, there are reports of hundreds of students gathering: In Oakland in northern California, protesters have started a small fire: There are also reports of rallies and demonstrations in downtown Portland, in Davis, California and at Columbia University in New York. More international reaction: Japan, a key US ally, said it would work closely with Donald Trump to ensure stability in the Asia-Pacific region, reports the Guardian’s Justin McCurry in Tokyo Donald Trump pledges to be president for ‘all Americans’ after sweeping to shock US election victory
He said victory had been “tough”. “This political stuff is nasty and it’s tough,” he said, while thanking his family.
It was an extraordinary election night. Mr Trump won some early east coast states and did not look back. When he secured the key swing state of Florida, a clear path to the presidency was laid out. He went on to win Ohio and South Carolina.
In an extraordinary development, Mrs Clinton did not initially concede the election – but then later called Mr Trump to congratulate him on his victory.
Mr Trump offered generous words for his vanquished opponent, saying she had worked hard for many years and was owed a “deep debt of gratitude”.
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