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Bernie Sanders. The so-called democratic socialist drew strong support among liberals amid an electorate calling for change but then backed Clinton's general election bid. Perhaps American millennials were simply gripped by same apathy that affected United Kingdom millennials during the Brexit vote when only 36 percent of young people turned out despite polls showing 73 percent of them supported Remain.
  • Trump Election Sparks Protests in Multiple Cities

    Trump Election Sparks Protests in Multiple Cities

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    Groups of people gathered outside the White House and outside of the new Trump International Hotel on Pennsylvania Avenue, Fox 5 DC reports . Many chanted "No racist U.S., no Trump, no KKK". Smaller demonstrators were held at other University of California campuses and neighbourhoods in Irvine and Davis, and at California State University, San Jose.
  • Melania's Slovenian hometown eyes Trump win as boon for tourism

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    Melania was born Melanija Knavs in April 1970 in Yugoslavia, now modern day Slovenia. "I don't know that person that would talk that way and that he would say that kind of stuff", she said, before writing if off as "boy talk". Melania's visibility in her native country is nearly nonexistent. One month later, she told The Daily Mail that her son Barron applies the caviar to his skin every night after his bath.
  • Hillary Clinton's concession speech was her most graceful hour yet

    Hillary Clinton's concession speech was her most graceful hour yet

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    Although the Vermont senator may not have held up to the glaring spotlight of the general election campaign, he would have presented a more hard target for Mr Trump to label as the corrupt face of a seemingly despised status quo. As expected, male voters supported Mr Trump, with 12 per cent more supporting the Republican candidate over his rival. Just a week ago, initial questions about the electoral college began when an elector from Washington stated he would refuse to cast his ballot ...
  • Trump victory speech helps soothe market concerns

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    Dow futures plunged 4 percent at one point. But the panic began to subside as investors factored in the effect of a weaker dollar and lower probability of an US interest rate hike this year. The sharp moves led Japan's central bank and government to hold emergency talks as a stronger yen hammers the country's crucial exporters. European stock markets and Wall Street futures have trimmed a chunk of their early losses after a relatively soft victory speech from U.S.
  • In concession speech, Hillary Clinton gives nation its smooth transition

    In concession speech, Hillary Clinton gives nation its smooth transition

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    New York Times media writer Jim Rutenberg said most news organizations misread America's "complex pulse". We're going to be doing a job, that hopefully you will be so proud of your president. The party had gone flat several hours earlier at New York's Javits Centre, where, if the pollsters were to be believed, Mrs Clinton was a sure fire bet to celebrate a runaway victory.
  • Clinton campaign accuses Federal Bureau of Investigation of 'blatant double standard'

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    The Clinton campaign says what's unfair is that the FBI director would publicly resurrect her investigation so close to the election, but stay silent about reported investigations into Trump, reports CBS News correspondent Nancy Cordes. U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's campaign manager has called on the Federal Bureau of Investigation to disclose what it learned in an inquiry into ties between Russian Federation and Republican candidate Donald Trump.
  • Russian Federation welcomes Trump presidency with "great sense of relief"

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    Trump's win also caused trepidation in Mexico, where his remarks calling Mexican immigrants criminals and "rapists" were a deep insult to national pride. US voters may be divided on the surprise results of the presidential election, but much of the rest of the world isn't. "This American election opens a period of uncertainty", Hollande said.
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    The House has twice decided the outcome of the presidential race, in the 1800 and 1824 elections. What if the victor is sitting in a courtroom instead of parading in Washington? The member of the Puyallup Tribe in the Evergreen State says he believes Clinton lied about using a private email server, calling it a "heinous act of stupidity".
  • Google's Pixel phones are having issues with LTE band 4 connectivity

    Google's Pixel phones are having issues with LTE band 4 connectivity

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    Within hours of going up for pre-order, the Really Blue color variant of the Google Pixel sold out, but fear not as the color is coming back sooner rather than later. Are you having problems with connecting to your cellular network on your Pixel phone? The word in the markets is that this might be the final run for the Really Blue Google Pixel and Pixel XL devices for quite a while.
  • Illustrators react to Donald Trump's shock USA election win

    Illustrators react to Donald Trump's shock USA election win

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    It was not the first time Clinton has tasted the pain of ending a defeated presidential campaign. "I want you to remember this; our campaign was never about one person or even one election". Though some states remain too close to call - and it appears increasingly likely Clinton will win the popular vote - Trump pulled out a decisive number of electoral college votes in a stunning upset.