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Trump addresses his supporters in New York City after Clinton concedes in a phone call. Mike Pence introduced him to the stage with his family, friends and campaign team following closely behind. Meanwhile, at Clinton’s own New York headquarters, Campaign Manager John Podesta tells supporters who watched attentively for hours
Shortly beforehand, at Clinton’s own New York headquarters, Campaign Manager John Podesta was sent to tell supporters, who many were seen sobbing in disbelief throughout the night, to “head home, get some sleep”. Podesta insisted that the race was still not over and that “she is not done yet”.
BREAKING: Clinton campaign chair says “she is not done yet”, will have more to say tomorrow & tells folks to leave Javits Ctr. for the night pic.twitter.com/SM24sGkLDG
— CNBC Now (@CNBCnow) November 9, 2016
Live Action (GMT)
09:00 – Trump declared President of the United States after Clinton concedes in a phone call to Trump. This is after 47 of 50 states voted.
Here are the final standings excluding New Hampshire and Minnesota projected for Clinton, and Michigan projected for Trump.
08:30 – Maine (1) projected for Trump.
07:45 – Alaska, Arizona, and Nebraska (1) projected for Trump.
07:40 – Wisconsin projected for Trump.
Maine (3) projected for Clinton.
06:50 – Pennsylvania projected for Trump.
05:29 – Nevada projected for Clinton.
04:50 – Georgia projected for Trump.
04:38 – Iowa projected for Trump.
04:34 – Washington projected for Clinton.
04:32 – Florida projected for Trump.
04:28 – Utah projected for Trump.
04:14 – Oregon projected for Clinton.
04:08 – North Carolina projected for Trump.
04:04 – Idaho projected for Trump.
California and Hawaii projected for Clinton.
03:42 – Colorado projected for Clinton.
03:35 – Virginia projected for Clinton.
03:26 – Ohio projected for Trump.
03:10 – Missouri projected for Trump.
New Mexico projected for Clinton.
03:02 – Montana projected for Trump.
02:37 – Lousiana projected for Trump.
02:27 – Nebraska (1) projected for Trump.
02:23 – Connecticut projected for Clinton.
02:11 – Texas and Arkansas projected for Trump.
02:03 – North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska (3), Kansas and Wyoming projected for Trump.
New York projected for Clinton.
01:31 – Alabama and South Carolina projected for Trump.
01:04 – Tennessee, Oklahoma, and Mississippi projected for Trump.
New Jersey, Delaware, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Maryland, Illinois and District of Columbia projected for Clinton.
00:32 – West Virginia projected for Trump.
00:10 – Kentucky and Indiana projected for Trump.
Vermont projected for Clinton.
23:55 – 5 Minutes to go until polls close!
23:33 – A polling station in Azusa, California is on lockdown after shots fired nearby.
22:52 – 8 Minutes to go until we begin to live blog the results coming in.
Politico has identified Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Michigan, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Wisconsin to be the main swing states.
Trump will need Florida, Ohio and North Carolina to have a good chance at winning.