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Newspapers across the country react to Donald Trump's White House victory

Posted: 7:46 AM, Nov 09, 2016
Updated: 2016-11-09 09:35:45-05

Newspapers and magazines across the country are reacting to Donald Trump's historic White House victory and sharing their front pages for Wednesday morning.

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The Washington Post's front page for Wednesday reads "Trump Triumphs"

 

 

USA Today's front page for Wednesday reads "President Trump: in stunning upset, billionaire candidate scores White House victory."

 

 

The New York Post's front page for Wednesday reads "They said it couldn't happen... President Trump."

 

 

The New York Daily News' front page for Wednesday reads "House of Horrors: Trump seizes Divided States of America."

 

 

The New York Times' front page for Wednesday reads "Trump Triumphs: Shocking upset as outsider harnesses voters' discontent"

 

 

The Wall Street Journal's front page for Wednesday reads "President Trump: populist surge lifts republican to upset"

 

 

The Sun Sentinel's front page for Wednesday reads "Trump Triumphs: Stunning victory overturns the odds"

 

 

The Boston Globe's front page for Wednesday reads "A Trump Shocker: Republican captures presidency, defeating Clinton in swath of crucial states and sending ripples worldwide."

 

 

The Orlando Sentinel's front page for Wednesday reads "Trump's Triumph: GOP nominee takes Florida en route to historic victory."

 

 

The Tampa Bay Times' front page for Wednesday will read "Florida Lifts Donald Trump: Anti-politician crusade helps him carry key swing states and puts presidency within his reach"

 

 

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