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Wednesday, November 09, 2016

Trump closes in on historic White House victory:America decides

From left: US Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, US Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.
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  • Trump clinches crucial swing states and edges towards White House.
  • Clinton can still win but faces narrow path to victory.
  • Markets tumble on prospect of Trump presidency.
  • World awaits final result of US presidential election.
  • An interactive look at the campaign.
  • Global markets hold their breath.

The Republican party have held onto their Senate majority, as Pat Toomey is re-elected to the upper house in Pennsylvania.

It's a bad indicator for Clinton in the state, which is yet to call its 20 electoral votes.
Clinton crowd shocked and tense as Trump nabs swing states.
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Trump wins!

US election as it happened: 

Donald Trump becomes 45th president of the United States

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New York — Thousands of Hillary Clinton supporters who flooded the glass-ceilinged Javits Center Tuesday to watch their candidate become the first woman to be elected president Tuesday night were beginning to show sharp signs of concern as they watched Trump pick up several battleground states on the big screen.

The crowd was nearly silent as they listened to MSNBC’s Steve Kornacki map out Trump’s path to victory — if he takes Michigan and Florida. The Sunshine State has since been called for Trump.

Quickly, the channel cut out and New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo took the stage, saying it’s fitting that Clinton will be elected president in New York, “the birthplace of the women’s rights movement.”

“It’s shocking. I can’t believe it’s this close. I’m shocked,” said Terri, a supporter from Washington, D.C., who didn’t want to use her last name. She said she had been fielding texts from family and friends all night, asking her how it could be possible that Trump could win.

Guests recite the Pledge of Allegiance during Hillary Clinton's election night rally in the Jacob Javits Center in New York. (Photo: David Goldman/AP)

Another young woman wearing a pantsuit repeatedly refreshed the New York Times on her phone, a stressed expression on her face. Many supporters sat down near the back, their eyes glued on their phones.


Others turned to gallows humor. “The only consolation is Vladimir Putin is thrilled,” one supporter said to another.

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