Newspaper front pages tell story of 2016 presidential election

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What does Donald Trump’s win look like around the nation?

It was, without a doubt, a result that surprised most observers as Trump continued to win key battleground states throughout the night. Hillary Clinton conceded around 2 a.m. in a phone call to Trump, although she hasn’t spoken publicly since losing the race.

Major newspapers gave a look at their front pages, with the New York Times using the headline “Trump Triumphs” with the subheadline reading, “Shocking Upset as Outsider Harnesses Voters’ Discontent.”

USA Today went with the headline “President Trump” and described Trump’s victory as a “stunning upset.”

The Los Angeles Times said Trump defied the polls in defeating Clinton, going with the headline “Stunning Trump Win.”

Take a look at some front pages around the country:

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