Election Night

Politics & Policy

Hillary Concedes, Trump Delivers Victory Speech

John Podesta’s assurances did not last long. As the Associated Press and several networks called the race for Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton called Trump and conceded the race.

Speaking at his victory party in Manhattan, Trump struck a gracious tone, calling for national unity and reaching out to his detractors for help and guidance as he assumes the burdens of the presidency.

Inauguration Day is January 20, 2017.

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