It smacked of precisely the same 'there's no way we can possibly lose to these 'ignorant, racist, sexist Neanderthals' establishment mentality that provoked Britain into Brexit in June.Hillary herself dripped with haught, superior arrogance, referring to Trump's supporters as a 'basket of deplorables'.'Everybody is sad when their side loses an election. But he said the same was true about President George W. PIERS MORGAN: 'The new President-elect of the United States of America is Donald J.But the day after, we have to remember that we're actually on one team,' Obama said. Trump.' Those, I can say with some certainty, were the words that only Donald himself and me ever thought he might eventually be saying when he first announced he was running last year to global mockery and scorn.With Vice President Joe Biden at his side, a sometimes smiling but always composed Obama said Tuesday's election in which his party's nominee lost the nation's highest office was a setback for his agenda but not for the nation. We're patriots first.' After he spoke some of his staff openly wept at the result, one saying of the day: 'I'm so sad.' Obama said he has instructed his entire staff to cooperate with the Trump team during the 73 days before the January inauguration.'We are now all rooting for his success in uniting the country,' he said. 'It is no secret that the president-elect and I have some pretty significant differences,' Obama declared.Today marks the end of a nearly two year campaign for Hillary Clinton.
I genuinely don't think she ever gave any serious thought to losing to someone like Trump, who will now become the only President never to serve in political life or the military.
But, Trump, against all the odds and mockery, just won the biggest prize of them all.