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Donald Trump, the US president will become the 45th after a stunning victory for democracy, Hillary Clinton.
Challenged Republican candidate ballot before the election to demand the swing states,
winning the major battlegrounds of Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania.
He told cheering supporters that Americans must now unite and “bind the wounds of division,” after an arduous campaign, harsh.
Global markets fell sharply on the news, but recovered later to some extent.
Outgoing President Barack Obama has congratulated Mr. Trump,
and invited him to a meeting at the White House on Thursday to discuss the transition.
All over the world, and it was the leaders and the media in response to the heart of the US elections:
The German Foreign Minister, the result made things “more difficult”,
with the United States foreign policy is “less predictable”
He said he hoped relations could improve “critical condition” and their current – Russian President Vladimir Putin – who Mr. Trump has expressed support, but Democrats,
who accused the intervention of elections
The EU said that close cooperation with the United States and the only way to deal with the “unprecedented challenges” in all parts of the world
As the count went poll in late at night, and it was a shock victory by Mr. Trump in Wisconsin that put him on 270 of the 538 votes needed to win the White House, the electoral college.
Minutes after Mrs. Clinton called him to concede, the US president-elect took to the stage with his family in the town of victory rally in New York hotel room and paid tribute to his opponent.
“Hillary has worked very long and very hard over a long period of time,
and we owe them a great debt of gratitude for the service of our country.”
He called on Americans to “together as one people united” and vowed to be a president “for all Americans,”
after a campaign that saw him hit out at Muslims, Latinos and other minorities.
The real estate tycoon, former reality TV star and political newcomer,
who was universally ridiculed when he declared his candidacy in June last year, said the work of his “great movement” was just beginning.
“It’s a movement comprised of Americans from all races, religions, backgrounds and beliefs,
who want and expect our government to serve the people.”
Donald Trump defied all expectations from the very start of his presidential campaign more than a year ago.
Very few people thought he would actually run. He did. They thought he wouldn’t climb in the polls. He did. They said he wouldn’t win any primaries. He did. They said he could never overcome resistance from the Republican establishment and win his party’s nomination. He did.
Finally, they said there was no way he could compete for, let alone win, a general election match-up with Hillary Clinton. Now he’s President-elect Trump.
He staged the most unconventional of campaigns, running on gut instinct and his trademark bombast when others – both within his own party and outside – counselled moderation and a pivot to positions perceived to be more acceptable to mainstream voters.
He stayed true to the methods and tactics that got him to the cusp of the presidency, and in the end he was rewarded for it.
Down the stretch Mr Trump boasted that he was leading a movement, riding the crest of a popular revolution that would change the face of American politics. He was right.
Mr Trump has so far won 28 US states. Mrs Clinton, 69, has only notched up victories in 18 US states and the District of Columbia.
New Hampshire and Michigan remained too close to call as of Wednesday morning.
Mr Trump held solidly Republican territory, despite vigorous Democrat campaigning in states such as Georgia, Arizona and Utah, and achieved major upsets in swing states, winning Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, states that have not supported a Republican presidential candidate since 1988 and 1984 respectively.
There was no public comment from Mrs. Clinton, who dreamed of becoming the first US president of the females. She did not appear on what was supposed to be a victory rally in Manhattan.
Mr. Trump, 70, takes office in January, with the Congress, dominated by Republicans, also they have been unable to wrest control of the Senate in the general elections on Tuesday, Democrats.
Billionaire populist has raised controversy in the campaign for comments about women and Muslims and a plan to build a wall along the US-Mexican border.
Fired up the white, working American voters who were angry at Washington Foundation class and hair left behind by globalization.
He saw its campaign dogged investigations the FBI to use their own e-mail server, and US Secretary of State – Hillary Clinton – who held a slight lead in opinion polls, his rival in the presidential election. Last Sunday, the FBI cleared her desk again no criminality.
Opinion polls showed Americans won the support of Hispanic voters and women, Africans, while Mr. Trump has a good track record with the male and white voters.
In a separate development, Massachusetts, Nevada and California voted to legalize recreational marijuana, which could lead to the creation of a larger market for the products of marijuana in the United States.
It can now be allowed more than 125,000 members of the Labor Party is not entitled
to vote in the elections for the leadership of the party to participate after the issuance of the court’s ruling.
Five members of the Supreme Court battle with the Labor Party,
which prevented anyone who joined
after January 12 January from voting unless they paid an additional amount of £ 25 has been won.
The party is filing an appeal against the verdict,
which is thought likely that the leader Jeremy Corbyn advantage over rival Owen Smith.
The appeal could be heard on Thursday.
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He welcomed the work shadow chancellor John McDonnell,
who is running for re-election of Mr. Corbin, governance campaign, and called on workers not to appeal it.
“We are worried about the possibility of an appeal is unnecessary and expensive. If you are not taken forward,
will be members of the party used the money to try to stop members from voting. This is unacceptable.
“I ask Owen Smith to join us in support of the party members of the Workers’ Party and calls not to appeal and try to deprive the members.”
A spokesman for Mr. Smith: “I am sure that the party wants to study the judgment and determine the next steps.”
A spokesman for the Labour Party: “It is true that the Labor Party seeks to vigorously defend the decisions taken by the National Executive Committee in this matter, and now we study this ruling carefully.”
eu And the 27 other members to discuss plans for the withdrawal of the United Kingdom in the European Union,
with the United Kingdom absent from the negotiations for the first time in 40 years.
He said the British PM David Cameron on Tuesday that the continuation of trade and
security cooperation with the European Union is vital.
He urged German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s bloc to “respect the outcome”
of the vote in the United Kingdom.
She and other leaders also renewed its demand for Britain plans to leave as soon as possible.
Said Charles Michel, Prime Minister of Belgium, arriving Wednesday morning talks,
the United Kingdom “can not afford the luxury of having the political crisis that long.”
At the moment the European Union and the United Kingdom to secure in a kind of stalemate.
EU leaders insisted there could be no negotiations until the UK has formally invoked Article 50 of the Treaty of Lisbon,
which will lead the talks withdrawal.
Cameron said Article 50 should be invoked his successor as prime minister,
and the payment of the effective start of the process again until October at the earliest possible too.
ABU DHABI /UAE/ Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, Vice President and Ruler of Dubai, met
with Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces, in Abu Dhabi on
Sunday evening to discuss the national interests.
The Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid and Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed pride on closer social ties between
different segments of the society which is reflected clearly during the month of Ramadan,
according to the Emirates News Agency.
He said the two leaders discussed ways to provide good living standards for citizens across the country.
Pray for the protection of the UAE and its leadership and to bless the people of the United Arab Emirates with more progress and prosperity.
The meeting was attended by Sheikh Saif bin Zayed Al Nahyan,
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior,
HH Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Presidential Affairs.
OTTAWA — The Supreme Court of Canada is expected to release a decision
Thursday whether to hear arguments that Dennis Oland should be released from prison while appealing his murder conviction.
Oland’s lawyers asked for an expedited decision on his bail application after
he was convicted of second-degree murder in the death of his father, businessman Richard Oland.
They have argued that
the New Brunswick courts applied “high standards” that are out of step with similar cases elsewhere in Canada
and they want the high court to reconsider the matter in a more timely fashion.
Were handed former investment adviser serving a life sentence after earlier this year,
found his father dead in the town of St. John’s office in July 2011.
Hollande and younger appealing his murder conviction and
a request from the New Brunswick court granted bail while the appeal status, but was refused.
GERMANY on Monday as markets reacted.
British Prime Minister David Cameron will hold a cabinet meeting on Monday
UK Chancellor before the start of trading in the UK in a bid to calm markets.
He said the UK was ready to face the future “from a position of strength”, although he accepted the economy would have to confront challenges and that further volatility on financial markets was likely.
Mr Osborne said that thorough contingency plans were in place, in discussion with the Bank of England, and that “we are equipped for whatever happens”.
He indicated that there would be no immediate emergency budget.
In other developments:
David Cameron will hold a cabinet meeting on Monday
Boris Johnson, who led the Leave campaign and is tipped to replace Mr Cameron, has said
Embattled UK opposition Germany leader amid calls for his resignation in light of the referendum result. Three more shadow ministers quit on Monday
Speaking on Sunday,Germany said he would not back down from his decision in the United Kingdom,
and added: “What was once unthinkable has become irreversible.”
Chancellor Merkel is hosting President Hollande and Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi
, and European Council President Donald Tusk later on Monday.
George Osborne has said the UK is ready to face the future
OBORNIE:He said he still needed to be “adjustment” in the British economy.
However, it was “entirely reasonable to wait for a new prime minister” before taking any such action.
The United Kingdom can only leave the EU process begins by triggering Article 50 of the Treaty of Lisbon.
Johnson EU pledges cooperation
calming financial markets after the vote Brexit sparked turmoil in the markets on Friday.
He said he had not spoken since won leave referendum campaign on Thursday.
“I said we had to repair the roof so we were prepared for any future held, and thank goodness we did,” he said.
The process to leave the United Kingdom from the European Union, : “Only in the United Kingdom could lead to Article 50.
“In the meantime, during the negotiations that will follow, there will be no change in the people’s rights to travel.
The statement by the chancellor with the continuing repercussions of the vote Brexit to destabilize the political system in the United Kingdom.
The opposition Labor Party has seen 14 senior members to resign since sacked Shadow Foreign Secretary Hilary Benn.
The latest resignations in front of the bench, on Monday morning, is the shadow foreign minister Diana Johnson,
Skyslide and extends 45 feet from the 70 to the 69th floor of Tower Bank of the United States in the city.
Despite being made of a single glass only an inch thick, and it was built to withstand hurricane-force winds and earthquakes.
Single tickets cost 25 $ (£ 18) each. It is part of the renewal of Skyspace which also includes the observation deck.
Some visitors got a preview earlier in the week.
“I thought it was nerve-wracking and exciting and bold,” Kerry said Freeman.
“I went much faster than I think I will,” said Rebecca Fitzgerald.
“And you kind of like hitting the side as I was coming around the curve, so you’re really pressing on the glass, so you see the whole world without you, but it’s not really scary.”
He said he did not think it was right to him to continue working as a commissioner in charge of financial services.
But he will remain in office for two weeks to ensure the “orderly delivery.”
Close ally of British Prime Minister David Cameron, Lord Hill in the United Kingdom and the payment to remain in the EU.
It will be replaced by a political solution of Latvia Valdis Dombrovskis, the European Commissioner for the euro now.
Asked whether the United Kingdom will send one to Brussels to talk to Lord Hill in committee, said Downing Street: “I will be the next prime minister to make a decision, after discussions with European partners, what is the role played by the United Kingdom at the European Commission due to remain a full membership in the European Union so we left. ”
The announcement by Lord Hill as EU foreign ministers urged Britain to hold talks on a quick left bloc, after having voted to terminate the membership on Thursday.
But German Chancellor Angela Merkel said they were not in favor of paying for a hasty withdrawal, noting that “there is no need to be particularly bad in any way” in negotiations with Britain over the exit.
The Scottish Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon in another development, said it will seek “immediate discussions” with Brussels “to protect a place in Scotland in the European Union” in the wake of the so-called voting Brexit.
Ms Sturgeon new Scottish independence referendum is “highly likely.”
Britain has voted to part ways with the EU in a historic referendum. BBC correspondent to leave won by 51.9% to 48.1%, with Scotland and Northern Ireland, and vote for London to stay, and England and Wales to vote to leave the country campaign. The turnout was 71.8%, the highest rate in the elections, the United Kingdom since 1992.
In response to this finding that the financial markets were not expecting, the pound has fallen to its lowest level in 31 years against the dollar, reports The Associated Press. David Cameron has resigned as prime minister, saying: “I do not think I could be the captain to take the country to the next destination.”
Praised the UK Independence Party leader Nigel Farage the result as “a victory for ordinary people, a victory for the people of decent,” and said that the June 23 “will go down in history as the day of independence we have,” the BBC.
US presidential candidate Donald Trump, who is currently in Scotland, welcomed the official reopening of his Trump Turnberry golf course, and also the decision of the United Kingdom of the European Union to leave in the function of Facebook. “The administration Trump vows to strengthen our relations with Britain, free and independent, and to deepen our relations in trade, culture, and mutual defense,” he wrote.
However, others are less cheerily responded. In a joint statement on Twitter, he said the leader of the Liberal Democrats, Tim Farron, said he was “devastated” by the outcome. “Young people voted to remain a large margin, but was voted out. They were voting for their future, but has been taken of them,” he wrote.
J.K. Rowling, who was vocal “left” supporters, summed up the mood of many of the supporters of the E.U. Activists by tweeting, “I do not think I want ever more magical.”
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