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How Newspapers, Magazines Around the World Reacted to Trump’s Victory
Time magazine went with a simple approach.
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Daily News chose a more dire cover.
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El Periodico, based in Spain, wrote “God forgive America” on its cover.
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USA Today compared the reaction of Trump and Clinton supporters.
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Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles Times focused on the stunning upset.
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Philadelphia Daily News
Philadelphia Daily News went for a grim cover.
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The Chicago Tribune proclaimed that signs of an upset where always present.
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New York Post
“They said it couldn’t happen,” headlined the Post’s cover.
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New Zealand Herald
The New Zealand Herald repurposed the Hope poster that was used during Barack Obama’s campaign.
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Dallas Morning News
“Trump Triumphs,” declared the Dallas Morning News.
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The Times – Picayune
The Times – Picayune, based in New Orleans, proclaimed, “Trump Towers.”
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The Washington Post took the straightforward approach.
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Wall Street Journal
The Wall Street Journal focused on Trump’s populist surge and the effect the election had on the markets.
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New York Times
The New York Times continued the “Trump Triumphs” trend.
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The Toronto Star calls the president-elect Citizen Trump.
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Des Moines Register
Iowa’s Des Moines Register played on the “You’re Fired” moniker.
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The Denver Post also took a simple approach.
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Alabama’s Montgomery Advertiser ran with “Believe it.”
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The Star Tribune in Minneapolis, Minn., compared supporter reactions.
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The Oregonian simply stated “Trump.”
San Francisco Chronicle
The San Francisco Chronicle conveyed how many Americans felt as the close election played out.