Amira Adam, 33, is an international student. She is black. She is Muslim. As she puts it, she is “checking all the boxes” not allowed by Donald J. Trump, the new president-elect of the United States.
Millennial voters on campuses across the country are just beginning to process the reality of Tuesday’s election.
The night was quiet at first. Hillary Clinton supporters gathered to celebrate in the shadow of the White House. But, slowly it became clear how the night would end. Their confusion found its voice.
At the Newseum in Washington, D.C., visitors could see the front page news stories about Trump’s victory. Here’s how history recorded the event in headlines.
Bobby Wilson stood outside of the National Museum of African American History and Culture the day after the country elected Donald J. Trump to be the next president.
Donald Trump’s stunning win in the presidential election, paired with a Republican-controlled Congress, could bring change to national policy, particularly immigration reform.
Some women said they are reeling Wednesday after waking up to news that Donald J. Trump will be the 45th president of the United States.
Emotions were raw outside of the White House on election night. Trump supporters danced in the street, while Clinton supporters watched in disbelief, as one of the most divisive elections came to a close. People waved signs, wore costumes, and even climbed trees.