As Donald Trump has become our next president, there are a range of emotions from not only the American public, but the world surrounding the 2016 election. There are people who do in fact, believe in Trump:
— Donald J. Trump (@DonaldTrump_169) November 14, 2016
— PutinsBitch 😍 (@taytay007007007) November 11, 2016
But then there are those who do not see Trump fit to be president:
— Emilie Ullerup (@EmilieUllerup) November 11, 2016
— USA TODAY (@USATODAY) November 11, 2016
#Election2016 is the clearest illustration of how institutionalized racism suppresses the will of the more populous communities of color.
— Propane Jane™ (@docrocktex26) November 10, 2016
Watching my social media feeds fill with stories of harassment and hate-crimes. Day 1 and the demon isn't even in office yet. #Election2016
— Aamer Rahman (@aamer_rahman) November 10, 2016
The tweets against Trump seem to consist of a consistent theme – the fear of racism and the violence that accompanies the discrimination. So the question is, why did such a large population of our country find that Trump should be America’s next president?
— Linda Suhler, Ph.D. (@LindaSuhler) November 11, 2016
— Angelo R. Gomez (@realAngeloGomez) November 11, 2016
But if so many American citizens did not believe in Trump, as the polls had shown, how was the celebrity elected?
— Jason Rose (@JasonLeiRose) November 10, 2016
Regardless, at this point, no matter what people’s views are, America needs to comes together as a nation and figure out how to move forward as one.