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Meanwhile, North Carolina's governor's race has not yet ended.
Democratic challenger Roy Cooper has declared victory after unofficial election results showed him leading by a mere 5,000 votes. However, incumbent Pat McCrory, who has staunchly defended the state's transgender bathroom law, has refused to concede, as some votes remain to be counted.
In a Rose Garden speech, President Obama vowed to have a smooth transition of power.
According to Google Trends data, the question has seen a 4,850% rise in searches.
Many Hillary Clinton supporters hoped she would be the first woman U.S. president.
Tim Kaine introduces Hillary Clinton at her concession speech in New York.
Paul Ryan delivered a statement on Trump's win.
Trump set to head to the White House
President Obama called Donald Trump to invite him to the White House on Thursday to discuss "the smooth transition of power," the White House said.
The White House is already preparing for the transition of power.
What's Obama got to say about all of this?
Obama will discuss election results Thursday including "what steps we can take as a country to come together," WH Press Secretary Josh Earnest said.
Protests erupt across the country
Anti-Trump protests erupted overnight after Donald Trump was projected to be president. This photo shows a woman at a protest in Seattle's Capitol Hill.
More than 200 students poured into the streets of Berkeley, headed toward Oakland City Hall.
This video shows students at UCLA in California take to the streets.
Vladimir Putin congratulates Donald TrumpRussian President Vladimir Putin sent Donald Trump a telegram congratulating him for winning the presidential election, the Kremlin announced Wednesday.
Do you think Putin will be going to The Miss Universe Pageant in November in Moscow - if so, will he become my new best friend?— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 19, 2013
Trump has denied being "best friends" with Putin, but critics have suggested otherwise.
Former president George H.W. Bush congratulates Donald Trump.
People are making plans to leave the country
ABC News anchor George Stephanopoulos' wife Ali Wentworth said they'd move to Australia if Trump won. They are not alone...
The hashtag #Calexit started trending for Californians looking to break from the US.
Last night, Canada's immigration website crashed following election results.
American followers: I get you're nervous, but stop tweeting, DMing, and emailing me "Hey big head". That's not going to accomplish anything.— Norm Kelly (@norm) November 8, 2016
Toronto Councilor Norm Kelly tweeted that Americans have been blowing up his DMs.
Many people have expressed an interest in moving to Canada, including Snoop Dogg.
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