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.
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