Entering to the music of 'Air Force One' Donald Trump stood onstage early this morning alongside some of his closest campaign advisers, many of whom are poised to hold big league jobs in the Trump cabinet come January.
He gave shout-outs to Rudy Giuliani, Chris Christie and Sen.
Donald Trump won the electoral votes necessary to become the next president of the United States early Wednesday morning.
The billionaire businessman bested Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in a stunning upset, and while the stunning results set social media ablaze, many athletes and sports figures voiced their opinions.
He has found himself in the spotlight for his decision to kneel during the national anthem as a protest against perceived police brutality and racial injustice.
The Green Bay Packers were attempting to cut into Indianapolis Colts' lead, when they were interrupted by a pesky stranger who found its way onto the field at Lambeau, halting action for a few minutes before it was escorted away.
Jeff Sessions, who joined the families of Trump and his running mate, Indiana Gov.
Mike Pence, to celebrate their surprise victory on the platform.
The morning after the American people elected Donald Trump president, it seems that the sports world has come to a standstill. The Raiders, now at 7-2, and fresh off beating the Broncos in primetime, have the second-best record in the AFC.
The European Council's top brass believe the EU and the US 'simply have no option but to cooperate closely' as Nigel Farage announced Britain was in pole position to benefit from Donald Trump's win.
European Council chief Donald Tusk and European Commission boss Jean-Claude Juncker said in a letter to Mr Trump they wanted to discuss 'unprecedented challenges' and said: 'We would take this opportunity to invite you to visit Europe for an EU-US summit at your earliest convenience.
But Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson had already reached out to America's 45th President, saying, 'I believe passionately in the importance of the US-UK relationship and am confident we can take it forward together.' Muslims across Asia are struggling to come to terms with the news Donald Trump will take office in the White House as it was claimed the result would act as a powerplay for terrorists across the world.
Everyone is processing the results in their own way, but many people are reeling, like Cavaliers guard J. The combination of a dominant offensive line, great quarterback play and an assortment of weapons have given the Raiders one of the most explosive offenses in football, while the defense is beginning to take shape.
San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick did not vote in the 2016 presidential election, he told reporters Tuesday.