There can be no denying the world is waking up in a state of shock this morning. There will be those who are reeling that Donald Trump is the president-elect and there will be those who are in awe that Trump did what many thought he could not do.
While Google searches for ways to emigrate from the United States were on the rise in the hours following the victory — possibly from all those actors and actresses who threatened to leave should Trump become president — it was the world’s newspaper headlines that really brought home the sentiment of Trump’s upset win.
In Trump’s hometown, The New York Daily News was arguably one of the harshest critics and was not holding back with its disapproval of the election result.
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While The Wall Street Journal was very matter-of-fact in its headline, pointing out that the loss of key battleground states really put the nail in the coffin for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.