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One of the most controversial candidates in US history has defied predictions will enter the White House.
The Republican presidential candidate has refused to confirm he would accept a Hillary Clinton win. But does he have to?
Donald Trump shocked and horrified the world as he triumphed in the presidential election.
And what he was really saying really matters.
Staying up to watch the US presidential election results? Here are the key states to look out for, and when.
Sky News’ US Correspondent on her experiences as a member of the “lamestream media” covering the Republican candidate’s campaign.
It is historic; it is a big deal.
The Democrat leanings of affluent New England are part of a broader trend. It's as if, in the UK, Buckinghamshire and Surrey were to vote Labour, while the northeast and Wales went Tory.
A genuine lyric: “She’s a woman so gets treated unfairly / Ain’t nothing new motherf**ker she’s Hillary”
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