US election: President-elect Donald Trump's actions and inactions will change the world as we know it
Trump's strong emphasis on stopping outsourcing of American jobs and his tough views on immigration may have an adverse effect on India and its businesses.
American college campuses from Boston to Los Angeles have struggled to come to terms with Donald Trump's victory
Last week, Indians were by and large badmouthing the Donald Trump and now there is all this desperate dredging for virtue in the same man. We didn’t vote him into power, America did
As Obama's term comes to an end, people are expressing sadness over that fact and #ThankObamaIn4Words has started trending. Some are in support of Trump.
The unthinkable has happened. Donald Trump has won the US presidency
President Barack Obama will host Donald Trump in the Oval Office Thursday, hoping to ease a smooth transition of power and steady nerves after an election that has shocked the world.
It was meant to be a day of celebration. Instead, Hillary Clinton brought down the curtain on her historic run for the White House – the likely coda to a decades-long career in the public eye.
Chinese President Xi Jinping on Wednesday congratulated Donald Trump on becoming president-elect of the US, calling for cooperation between the top two economies of the world to maintain global peace and stability as well as improving bilateral ties while shunning confrontation.
Conceding his party's staggering electoral defeat, President Barack Obama on Wednesday invited President-elect Donald Trump to meet with him to discuss the handover of power from his administration to Trump's.
The world may have been anticipating a Madam President, but on Wednesday Republican Donald J. Trump clinched the presidency propelled by male white voters unhappy with the status quo who bought his evocative promise to "Make America Great Again."
On Tuesday night Republican candidate Donald Trump was elected as the 45th President of the United States. On hearing the results twitterati and shared their first reactions on the win. Various American celebrities shared their views and many Indians also chimed in.
Donald Trump stunned America and the world by defeating Hillary Clinton in a close race to become the 45th president of the United States on Wednesday. This evoked varied emotions from around the world with Mexicans grieving after the announcement and Russians rejoicing the result.
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How is the world going to shape under Trump is a difficult poser. But the fact remains that the world has to give a fresh look to economy
Seeking to "bind the wounds of division" after a bitter and divisive campaign, Donald Trump on Wednesday pledged to be the President for all Americans and asked Republicans, Democrats and independents across the country to come together as one united people.
US presidency under Donald Trump, a confessed big fan of India and Prime Minister Narendra Modi, is most likely to boost Indo-US strategic relationship with a special emphasis on defence ties and counter-terrorism cooperation.
Whether it was Kunal Nayyar lamenting on what Trump's win could mean for him or TV show Black Mirror issuing a statement about the result, Hollywood has been very expressive about the US presidential elections 2016.
On Tuesday night Republican candidate Donald Trump won the 2016 US presidential elections to become the president-elect of America. Various world leaders congratulated him on his victory and spoke of their support for his presidency.
The time has come for America to decide between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. Follow live updates on the US election 2016 here.
So Trump comes in with a mandate to clean out the stables. Before the next biennial elections, he will do what he can to push men and women who please him. He will support them for candidature in the Senate, Congress and in state legislatures.
Donald Trump has stunned America and the world, riding a wave of populist resentment to defeat Hillary Clinton in the race to become the 45th president of the United States.