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10 November 201603:23 GMT
An anti-Trump protest in Richmond, Virginia turned destructive when the Republican HQ was vandalized. A demonstrator smashed windows after throwing a pumpkin at a door, and the doorbell was also broken, according to WWBT.
09 November 201623:44 GMT
Bernie Sanders comment on Trump pic.twitter.com/eUFabXqov9— Amanda Terkel (@aterkel) November 9, 2016
“To the degree that Mr. Trump is serious about pursuing policies that improve the lives of working families in this country, I and other progressives are prepared to work with him,” Sanders said in a statement Wednesday evening. “To the degree that he pursues racist, sexist, xenophobic and anti-environmental policies, we will vigorously oppose him.”
- 21:32 GMT
Protesters clashed with Trump supporters outside Trump's residence on 5th Avenue, the day after the election that will send the GOP candidate to the White House.
- 21:27 GMT
The day after the Election, perhaps evidence of so many American citizens' befuddlement with the outcome that will send GOP candidate Donald Trump to the White House was to be found in questions trending on Google.
The most frequent Google search terms were ‘How did Trump win?” “How did this happen?” “How did Clinton lose?” “How did Michigan vote?” “How did the polls get it so wrong?”
Top searched "how did…?" questions on Google today pic.twitter.com/uRkAvDHOYg— GoogleTrends (@GoogleTrends) November 9, 2016
- 21:07 GMT
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke to President-elect Trump by phone on Wednesday and was invited to visit the US "at first opportunity," his office announced.
The president of Turkey sent his regards as well.
- 19:58 GMT
AFL-CIO president Richard Trumka, who endorsed Clinton during the campaign, offered congratulations to President-elect Trump and pledged to work together with him "consistent with our values."
“This election is a statement about our broken economic and political rules,” Trumka said, adding the union will work with Trump to make his promises of reviving manufacturing and renegotiating trade a reality.
However, he added, "the presence of racism, misogyny and anti-immigrant appeals caused damage in this campaign and we must try to repair it with inclusion, decency and honesty."
- 19:46 GMT
“I’m so proud of this campaign, I feel so inspired by it, and empowered,” Clinton told her supporters in an impromptu address at the New Yorker Hotel, after her concession speech.
“We won the popular vote,” she added, to cheers.
“As hard as this is, and I won’t sugarcoat it, it’s very hard,” Clinton said, “there will be more opportunities in the years ahead.”