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US Presidential Elections 2016 Live Update: Donald Trump sweeps Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio and North Carolina : Headlines : Headlines & Global News – TrumpLatest.com

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump holds a campaign rally at the J.S. Dorton Arena November 7, 2016 in Raleigh, North Carolina


Donald Trump won the presidential race in Indiana leading 64 percent against 34 percent of Hillary Clinton while the Libertarian president Gary Johnson only got 4 percent. Indiana holds 11 electoral votes. While in Ohio Trump got 18 electoral votes, 15 at North Carolina and 8 electoral votes at Kentucky with total of 168 votes.

As reported Chicago Tribune, Clinton has won in Massachusetts, New York, Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New Mexico, California, Hawaii, Vermont and District of Columbia. While Trump captured Alabama, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, South Carolina, Kentucky and West Virginia. Virginia was solid Republican but unexpectedly, the outgoing President Obama won.

Women supported Clinton to a double-digit margin, while men chose Trump. Half of the white voters are in favored to Trump, 9 out of 10 blacks and two thirds of Hispanics voted for Clinton.

Few problems were reported because machine breakdowns and queues, that lead to Trump to announced last Tuesday that he will not accept the outcome of the election since he had reports of irregularities. However, he did not give all the details and reporters were not able to verify the existence of the problem.

The Republican president is with his family at the Trump Tower and Hillary Clinton is reported to be in a hotel monitoring the voting counting.

The 45th president will take over the problem of the nation because of divided race and culture beliefs, inequality in educational opportunities, different viewpoint in economic policies as well as fighting against terrorism.

Every citizen across the world is monitoring who will be the next 45th president of the most powerful country in the world. As reported, markets in Asia have been tumbling as the investors are anxious for the effect on the economy and trade if Trump wins.

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