Donald Trump has officially been elected President of the United States. After being introduced by Vice President Mike Pence, Trump spoke...
Donald Trump has officially been elected President of the United States. After being introduced by Vice President Mike Pence, Trump spoke to a roaring crowd of supporters that were anticipating a Trump victory for hours.
Trump gave his speech by starting off acknowledging Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, and commending her on her "service to the country" and commending her campaigns hard fight this year in the elections. Trump told the crowd that he received a phone call from Clinton herself, firstly conceding the election and officially granting Trump the Presidency, and congratulating him on his victory, in which Trump told the crowd that it is "our victory".
Critics said Trump seemed Presidential in his victory speech tonight, where he touched upon those who opposed him as a candidate, yet he will be reaching out to them for their help.
Trump spoke about his visions for the country, including fixing inter-cities and the country's overall info-structure. He also told the crowd that "the forgotten people will no longer be forgotten anymore", and also said veterans will become a focus of his Presidency in regards to their rights and more.
The crowd was ecstatic, and Trump fueled the eager Americans watching with ideas of prosperity for the country. He also thanked his family, campaign team, and his supporters for sticking it out for the almost year long election process.
"It was tough." Trump told the crowd, throwing his hands in the air as a final display of expunged energy of a year long haul. Trump also thanked Chris Christie, Ben Carson, and many more. Trump also focused deeply on unifying the country, saying he plans to fix the division that Americans face today.
"Now that our campaign is over," Trump said. "Our work is just beginning". He concluded by saying he plans to do a job that the American people will be "very proud of their President".