Donald Trump is on track to win the US election against all odds.
The Republican candidate has won the key swing states of Ohio and Florida, and is now projected to win in single figures.
After 43 white male presidents some believe a female president following the first black president was a step too far for some Americans, and that’s certainly the social media reaction to it.
Many believe this is an anti-establishment vote similar to Britain’s Brexit vote on Europe.
A surge of traffic to Canada immigration has crashed the site as Americans prepare for the worse.
Clinton is now 20/1 to win with the bookmakers. The New York Times gives him a 95 per cent chance of winning.
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