” Trump Was Democratically elected By the people of the United State of America. You Had Your chances to voice your opinion and a Lot of you probably didnt even show up to vote with an excuse I had to take my Grand child to school, I already Know Hillary will win Why waste my time to go and vote. After all said and done , what are you crying about? If there are people to blame, It has to be the man in the mirror who didnt go to vote. At this point of time , it is a little too late unless he does something drastique. Give the man a chance to express himself and let see. I understand all your frustration Probably deserving so but yet I this point of time there is little that can be done. It always nice to voice your opinion . hopefully people are taking notes for next time. You Do not want some thing go and stand for it without an excuse and later realize that every vote counts. Yes in did it does count. Some of you Thought it was already in the bag. I heard people talking about land slide and so and so . Over confident is never good. Please next time go and vote it is too late now”
CHICAGO/NEW YORK (Reuters) – Demonstrators marched in cities across the United States on Wednesday to protest against Republican Donald Trump’s surprise presidential election win, blasting his campaign rhetoric about immigrants, Muslims and other groups.
In New York, thousands filled streets in midtown Manhattan as they made their way to Trump Tower, Trump’s gilded home on Fifth Avenue. Hundreds of others gathered at a Manhattan park and shouted “Not my president.”
In Los Angeles, protesters sat on the 110 and 101 highway interchange, blocking traffic on one of the city’s main arteries as police in riot gear tried to clear them. Some 13 protesters were arrested, a local CBS affiliate reported. Continu reading
World markets shuddered, U.S. allies fretted and Americans celebrated or seethed Wednesday as Donald Trump looked ahead to the White House after a history-shaping victory that defied pollsters and galvanized legions of aggrieved voters in a loud repudiation of the status quo.
In its wake, Hillary Clinton and allies were left to sort out how Trump upended her once-clear path to become America’s first female president. Clinton called Trump to concede as the results were clear, and planned to make her first public statements later Wednesday in New York. Continu Reading
“Si Un Pays de 319 millions d habitants peut organiser les elections en un jour et proclamer le gagnant le meme jour je pense qu un pays de 1million 500 habitants peut faire au tant pour eviter la Tricherie. Malheuereusement L afrique est plus interresse a la tricherie qu a la realite “
With just one day left in the 2016 presidential race, Hillary Clinton holds a four-point lead over Donald Trump nationally, 45 percent – 41 percent — similar to last week. Few voters say their minds could change.
Trump leads among white men, whites without a college degree, and seniors. Clinton leads among women, African-Americans and younger voters, and she has an edge among whites with a college degree. Continu to read