Obama is likely to do everything he can to cement into place his legacy, while Trump has promised to do what he can to negate or remove it.

On November 9, the day after Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s electoral victory, a number of disruptive protests erupted in several cities across the United States.

Donald Trump has done what many said could not be done. In the wee hours of Wednesday morning, he exceeded the necessary 270 electoral votes and was announced the winner of the presidential election. To call his victory a political upset would be an understatement; the establishment media spent the evening watching the votes come in in a state of frenzied disbelief.

 

Following one of the most contentious presidential elections in recent memory, Hillary Clinton won more popular votes than Donald Trump in the nationwide election — while losing to Trump in the Electoral College vote. But based on the latter (and properly so) Trump will be the next president.

The ruling by a Massachusetts Superior Court that the state's attorney general may demand "safety" information from Glock and Remington allows anti-gun Attorney General Maura Healey's witch hunt to continue.

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