US election 2016: From Apple stocks to googling on presidency, Twitter sings Donald Trump

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.

FP Staff November 09, 2016 17:13:36 IST
US election 2016: From Apple stocks to googling on presidency, Twitter sings Donald Trump

Proving many poll pundits wrong on their face and giving a big jab on the popularity bubble of his primary rival Democrat candidate Hillary Clinton, Republican nominee Donald Trump won the presidential poll to get elected as the 45th President of the United States.

Twitter, which was exploding anyway in the run-up to the poll, went berserk yet again with many taking to the medium to express their initial reactions. Various American celebrities shared their views and many Indians also chimed in.

Donald Trump has often been trolled on social media. But we wonder if those days are over now.

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