It was the ultimate comeback story for a man who has already proven that anyone can have a comeback in the land of opportunity. Defying the odds, the mainstream media, the Washington establishment, and even his own party, Donald Trump pulled off one of the most exciting victories in American history and set the country on a path to be great once again.


Beating a scandal-ridden Hillary Clinton, Trump drew disaffected citizens out to the polls in an army of patriots hungry for the next American revolution. And he did it all without the support, connections, and experience career politicians count on to back them up. He proved himself truly a one-man wrecking ball swinging towards the D.C. establishment that Americans have come to resent but thought they'd never be rid of.

As Trump steamrolled across the eastern states during election night, whipping the Florida, Ohio, and North Carolina welcome mats out from under Hillary's feet, you could see the faces of left-leaning mainstream media commentators crumple as they realized their long-fought efforts to manipulate the American public into voting for their chosen candidate had been for naught.

Finally, after Pennsylvania was projected as a win for Trump, Hillary Clinton called Trump shortly before 2:45 a.m. Eastern to concede the election, according to Fortune.

Ladies and gentlemen, we have our next president: Donald J. Trump.

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