‘Hillary Clinton has conceded defeat,’ US President-Elect says [VIDEO]

Trump is currently giving his victory speech and has promised to be a president for all Americans.

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Trump won 276 Electoral College votes as against Clinton’s 218 in an election that has shocked and stunned the world.

He is currently giving his victory speech and has promised to be a president for all Americans.

“I just received a call from Secretary Clinton, she congratulated us…and I congratulated her and her family for a long fight,” he said, after being introduced by his deputy, Mike Pence.

“I pledge that I will be president for all Americans and this is so important to me,” he added.

Trump’s unbelievable victory became apparent after he won the majority of Electoral College votes.

Mrs Clinton is yet to issue an official statement.

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