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By Dorothy Mai
1. Meme Happy
“Trump is president? That means four more years of memes!”
This one is beneficial to the meme makers and lovers out there. With Trump’s endless hilarious and sassy facial expressions, this presidency will definitely be the term of memes.
2. Trump Happy
“Trump is daddy, even though none of us really expected him to win…”
With social media and news media outlets bashing Trump, everyone thought that Hillary Clinton had it in the bag. Obviously, the end result shocked the entire country, including Donald Trump.
3. Depressed Clinton Supporters
“How could the most qualified candidate to be president lose to a pussy grabbing racist? It is because she is a woman.”
It was like the end of the world. Nonstop crying and everything triggers the tears. As confident as she and her supporters were, no one expected this result to come. Many including Hillary Clinton herself were put on suicide watch just because of how much this country has put that woman through in the past twenty years.
4. The Protesters
“He is not my president.”
Even if they did not vote for Hillary, they still will not accept that Donald Trump as their president. Rebellions throughout the country took the streets and protested the president-elect.
5. Politically Indifferent
“America was never great.”
These people probably did not even vote because they viewed the whole election as a huge joke, and no matter the result, they knew the country was going down in flames.
6. The Terrified
“I am moving to Canada.”
This comprises mostly of minorities saying that they will be deported, grabbed by the pussy or both. People are terrified to voice their opinion or wear their hijabs in fear of confronting an irrational Trump supporter.
7. The Openly Racist/Homophobe
“BUILD THAT WALL!”
Hey, if Trump is president, there are no limits.
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