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FULL TEXT: Hillary Clinton's 2016 Election Concession Speech
Below is the full text of Hillary Clinton ’s concession speech in New York City on Nov. 9, 2016. Thank you. Thank you all. Thank you. Thank you all very much. Thank you. Thank you. Very rowdy group. Thank you, my friends. Thank you. Thank you, thank you so very much for being here. I love you all,
Vilsack Says Democrats Need Better Message for Rural America
The U.S. agriculture secretary has for years been saying that Democrats needed a better message for rural America
Hillary Clinton's Full Concession Speech for the 2016 Presidential Election
The former secretary of state told supporters to keep an "open mind" about a Donald Trump presidency.
Hillary Clinton Publicly Concedes: 'This Is Painful and It Will Be for a Long Time'
Hillary Clinton formally and publicly conceded to Donald Trump this morning after an upset defeat in the presidential election . "Last night I congratulated Donald Trump and offered to work with him on behalf of our country. I hope that he will be a successful president for all Americans," she said
Election 2016: The Morning After
ABC News' David Schoetz and ABC News' political directors Rick Klein and Shushannah Walshe break down the impact of a historic election.
Republicans Maintain Control of US Senate
In a turn of events that reflects the election's unpredictable results up and down the ticket, Republicans will hold onto control of the U.S. Senate despite predictions that they would at least narrowly lose their majority in the upper chamber of Congress. With ABC News' projection of the
Clinton Campaign Chairman John Podesta: 'She Is Not Done Yet'
Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta made it clear that the campaign is still fighting. Speaking to supporters at the Javits Center in Manhattan at just after 2 a.m. on Wednesday morning, Podesta assured them that Hillary Clinton is "not done yet." "We are so proud of her," he said. "She's done
Somber Mood Among Clinton Staffers as Election Results Come In
Clinton campaign chair John Podesta addressed the crowd at the Clinton election night event at just after 2 a.m on Wednesday. Hillary Clinton was not with him. "We're not done yet," he told Clinton supporters at the Javits Center in Manhattan, adding that they should go home. At the outset of the
2016 Election Results: Virginia Projection
Based on exit polls and vote analysis, ABC News projects Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton will win Virginia.