Donald Trump new president of USA

By Abdul Ruff

Republican Donald Trump, a novice in US national politics, has defeated former state secretary and experienced Democratic politician Hillary Clinton in the US election, and will become America’s next president. Currently he has already won 266 seats and needs only four more votes make it the required 270 while Hillaryis far way behind him with meager 216 votes. Trump is very close to clinch the presidency. Donald Trump will become America’s 45th president of America.

Neither the Democratic party nor his own Republican in fact expected this turnoff event during a past few hours, shaking world perceptions. Only Trump believed his historic victory.

Both candidates had early victories but Trump picked up the key battleground states of Ohio, Florida and North Carolina. Sources say the defeated Mrs Clinton will not be speaking publicly this evening. Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta told a room full of supporters at Clinton’s election rally in New York to go home. “Several states are too close to call so we’re not going to have anything more to say tonight,” he said. “You should get some sleep. We’ll have more to say tomorrow,” Podesta said. However most of democratic leaders, including Hillary and her husband Clinton as well as President Obama would lose sleep for many nights as the defeat was unexpected and hence very devastating for them.

While Green has called it for the Republican, some US media outlets are yet to announce a Trump win. “There are the current numbers, 259 for the Republicans, if you give Pennsylvania the Republicans, 279 and they can quote that,” Green said on ABC24. “We think the Republicans will win Wisconsin as well. So they’ve got two paths. But Associated Press have given Pennsylvania away and they’ve got 97 per cent of the votes counted of the precincts counted in Pennsylvania and the Republicans are more than 1 per cent ahead. “It looks like that’s the state that’s put Donald Trump over the quota and into the White House.”

Predictions say the GOP will also hold onto a majority in the House and gain control of the Senate. The shock result came after opinion polls over the weekend showed Mrs Clinton went into polling day with the advantage over her Republican rival.

North America correspondent Stephanie March is at Hillary Clinton’s headquarters in New York where supporters are visibly devastated. “Hillary Clinton and her supporters had hoped to make history today by electing the first female president in the United States,” she said. “Heading into election day polls had pointed to a victory for the Democrats nominee but losses key states south eastern of in Florida and North Carolina significantly narrowed her path to victory.”

Washington bureau Chief Zoe Daniel is also at the headquarters: “People have literally sat around in this venue on the floor, staring into space, some people are in tears. People are hugging each other,” Ms Daniel said. “There’s just a sense of pervasive shock. Not only that Hillary Clinton appears to have lost the election, but that it has been such a complete and utter rout”.

Mrs Clinton had a lead in Florida of one percentage point and a win there would likely have secured her the presidency. But Donald Trump enjoyed a swing in the state, winning it back from the Democrats.

The Trump upswing is an indication of hatred Americans have for President Obama and his former foreign minister who advices on foreign invasions, including Libya and is responsible for ht murder of Libyan president Col. Qaddafi. Hillary enjoyed the murder to Palestinians by Israeli military, killing even children as she has no sympathy for children and women in Palestine. She only supports and promotes criminal mindset of Israelis.

Palestinian children should be happy that such an anti-Palestine leader has been defeated by glorious Americans.

However, what exactly would Trump as US president remains to be seen. For Trump, the presidential victory is his greatest achievement.

White House is eagerly awaiting his arrival on January 20 when he inaugurates his presidency.

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Abdul Ruff

Dr. Abdul Ruff is an independent analyst; columnist contributing articles to many newspapers and journals on world politics; expert on Mideast affairs, chronicler of foreign occupations & freedom movements (Palestine, Kashmir, Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Xinjiang, Chechnya, etc.); Chancellor-Founder of Center for International Affairs (CIA); commentator on world affairs & sport fixings, former university teacher and author of eBooks/books

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