The global internet reacts to America's election surprise: #JeSuisUSA

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The hashtags that sum up worldwide despair and fear after Donald Trump wins the US presidential election

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Donald Trump is the next president of the United States. A man who has been criticised for misogyny, whipping up xenophobic hysteria about migrants living in the US, and rejecting climate science, and who told Japan and South Korea to “enjoy themselves” if they were to wage nuclear war on North Korea, is set to take power in one of the most powerful countries in the world.

By 1pm GMT on Wednesday the word Trump had been tweeted tens of millions of times, and internet users around the world have reacted to the news with a mix of dark humour, fear, and hope for what might be next.

#jesuisUSA pic.twitter.com/AQBRIdlud8

j’suis morte #jesuisusa pic.twitter.com/9EodB3LY1z

Посольство США в Москве pic.twitter.com/kRcPMXZUta

This photo is going viral on Turkish social media pic.twitter.com/BE1IeFqtXW

Michelle Obama: I’ll fix this. #Michelle2020 pic.twitter.com/524ark1i1v

..because we could all use a little hope for the future today #Michelle2020 #michelleforpresident pic.twitter.com/B5RbRx0HWy

Hindsight is always 20/20, so #Michelle2020 When they go low, we go high. We can do this. #imwithher #thankyouhillary pic.twitter.com/F4oJmI480h

#NowThatTrumpIsPresident
Flight to Africa begins pic.twitter.com/PJ9SzG0WjA

#NowThatTrumpIsPresident Nigerians be coming home like pic.twitter.com/GyM8ITWzZB

Am expecting my uncle who has been in the US for 15 years now here on Friday #NowThatTrumpIsPresident

#NowThatTrumpIsPresident…black Americans ve started revealing their real names kumbe 50 cent ni mkenya anaitwa Vincent Machwani

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