Unless you just emerged from a booze coma that you plunged yourself into right around the time Chuck Todd turned Florida red on his big touch-screen map, you're aware by now that Donald Trump was elected president last night.Trump just wrapped up the most platform-less campaign in US history, so we really have no idea what the future holds (except for a Mike Pence presidency after Donnie realizes this job is super hard and steps down).Video: Protesters Light Fires & Chant 'F*ck Donald Trump!' Apparently, about 1,500 teens left the building and formed a giant crowd, where they chanted against the election's outcome.
At a rally in Ohio last month, Donald Trump told a frothing crowd of supporters that he would accept the results of the presidential election only if he won.Fortunately for the sake of our democracy, his opponents are an infinitely more mature lot. Despite the fact that he lost the popular vote (for those of you who slept through civics class, that means more voters cast their ballots for Hillary Clinton), Donald Trump will be our next president. A few hours after Donald Trump was elected President of the United States in an upset nearly no pollster saw coming, the Democratic nominee for this same office stood on stage in New York City and apologized.