Yesterday marked the one year anniversary of Donald Trump’s Electoral College victory. A shocking upset, to be certain.
Today marks the one year anniversary of Hillary Clinton’s concession speech.
The far left media could not deal.
Here are some famous meltdowns from November 8 & 9, 2016…
CNN’s Tapper Says ‘We’ In Reference To Clinton Campaign:
Martha Raddatz Chokes Up On National Television:
CNN’s Van Jones: ‘How Do I Explain This To My Children?’
MSNBC Mourns: ‘People Are Afraid’
Here’s what NBC News published after Trump’s victory:
America woke up Wednesday to a new and unexpected reality — Donald J. Trump will be the next president of the United States.
In a resounding rebuke to the political establishment, the Manhattan mogul and reality TV star was elected the 45th commander in chief following one of the most bitter and wildly unpredictable campaigns in the nation’s history.
Trump, in an upset for the ages, defeated former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton by running the table in battleground states across the country — from Florida and North Carolina to Ohio and Pennsylvania.
He declared victory Tuesday night before a large crowd of enthusiastic supporters, pledging to help unite the country after his rancorous battle with the Democratic nominee.
“Now it’s time for America to bind the wounds of division,” Trump said at the Midtown Hilton in New York City. “I say it is time for us to come together as one united people.”
He congratulated Clinton on a “very, very hard-fought campaign.”
More, from CNN:
Washington (CNN)From the beginning, everyone underestimated Donald Trump. He pulled off a stunning victory after the most unprecedented of presidential campaigns.
Trump channeled the fury of average Americans against Washington. He tapped into their anxiety about the present and the fear of the future. He spoke to the pain they felt about working hard and getting left behind.
And in doing so, he eviscerated every convention about politics.
The pundits thought Trump’s reality show antics, his vulgar rhetoric, speeches filled with falsehoods and insults thrown at almost every sector of American society — Latinos, African Americans, war heroes, women and Muslims — would disqualify him from the presidency.
It didn’t. The bottom line is that America is now safer and more respected with a Republican back in office.