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The world most interested in US election

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The world can't wait to see the results, so do I
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Honestly the impression I have, I can be wrong, but it is that this presidential race already was/is with marked cards for the victory of Hillary Clinton. I think even that the American media helped in some way to this election be decided between her and Donald Trump, already expecting a victory of Hillary because Trump has radical positions about many things! The thing is, in US nobody is obliged to vote, and Hillary Clinton is not seen as a charismatic leader, as was her husband, for example. The result of all of it is that recent research claim that Trump has real chance of victory, because his voters have a nationalist profile, and now, the American media works 24 hours a day to try to influence others (not Trump's voters), to go out to vote, obviously against Trump, 8 of November. So the Donald Trump became visibly the American nightmare.
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America need a tough leader. Trump will make everyone astonished by his presidentship.
Pray God to pick his choice for his glory.
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Don't trust poles that ignore Stein. Metrics are designed to ignore her supporter base
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Trump? Who’s still with him?
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Hillary
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What happens after the US gets new President? One thing for certain, if Hillary does get elected she will most likely just serve one term, 4 years. Almost sounds like serving a prison sentence. Going to be rough 4 years for her and Bill. It's not going to be smooth sailing but rough waters ahead. I hope everyone is prepared! for the next 4 years no matter who the next President is!
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Many Americans might be suffering from election fatigue as we enter the final stretch before voting day, but if Google search traffic is any indication, the world is still more than interested.
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The country can finally relax and start to think about what the next four years is going to look like. For plenty of groups this news is devastating.
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Donald Trump has to go out and prove to everyone that he is the man for this job. He won fair and square and its time to go to work and make America great again.
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I'm disgusted. I am so upset that Trump actually won. This country is going down fast. It's awful.
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As the voting day in the US approaches, the world's attention is focused on perhaps one of the most polarised elections in US history. Not only will the winner seal the fate of Americans for the next four years, but the result will also have important ramifications for the rest of the world. We asked experts from six regions to share their thoughts on the US election.

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I took the day off. I'm mentally and physically exhausted. I couldn't sleep all night. I'm worried about the direction this country is headed.
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The Irish want to know where to place their bets. Searches related to election odds and a popular online betting site rose in popularity throughout the week. The search"Trump win" increased by 5000%, which might suggest gambler's regret -- one betting website has already paid out $1.1 million on a Clinton victory.
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As Donald Trump pulled off a stunning upset to win the U.S. presidential election early Wednesday, much of the world reacted with shock, but official messages of congratulations quickly started pouring in from foreign governments.
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Every four years, when American presidential elections roll around, there is one almost universal refrain that can be heard half in jest, and half not, from Patagonia to Penang, Oslo to Ouagadougou: “Everyone should be able to vote in the American election,” people will tell American visitors, “since we are all stuck with your president’s policies.” The United States “is so important to the world,” says a Saudi friend, “it’s as if we were electing an emperor—or an empress.
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Honestly the impression I have, I can be wrong, but it is that this presidential race already was/is with marked cards for the victory of Hillary Clinton. I think even that the American media helped in some way to this election be decided between her and Donald Trump, already expecting a victory of Hillary because Trump has radical positions about many things! The thing is, in US nobody is obliged to vote, and Hillary Clinton is not seen as a charismatic leader, as was her husband, for example. The result of all of it is that recent research claim that Trump has real chance of victory, because his voters have a nationalist profile, and now, the American media works 24 hours a day to try to influence others (not Trump's voters), to go out to vote, obviously against Trump, 8 of November. So the Donald Trump became visibly the American nightmare.
And this is exactly how it played out. She lost. He won.
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As a female American I am disheartened. The truth is I knew election day would bring forth unsettling news either way. I am no fool. I saw the wikileaks reports and I really did question her ability right. I saw Trump as a hate filled person. Why would he be able to make America great again when he is clearly dividing the country. People are petitioning for the Super Delegates to reconsider their votes as the country is outraged.
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I'm interested to see how this decision will effect the rest of the World... I don't think the next 4 years are going to be easy.
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It is still hard to believe the race is over. The winner is even more shocking.
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