Tens of millions of Americans headed to the polls today in a historic race to elect their 45th President, now looked to be Donald Trump.
The two candidates, Republican candidate Donald Trump, and Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton, had a fierce battle winning the US States. Trump took hold of key swing states Florida and Ohio, while Clinton had claim over Colorado and Virginia.
In the race to gain the 270 electoral seats needed, Trump won, with currently 276 to 218 as the final numbers come in.
While all votes haven't been counted, Donald Trump's 48% share of the votes left Hillary Clinton to concede the race tonight, according to CNN.
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