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Last year’s choice was Angela Merkel.
Michelle Malkin on the radical past of this CNN darling.
“Far right” leader still received 46.7 percent of the vote.
The election is this Sunday.
Pat Buchanan on the new post-Cold War era.
It is a choice between the Green Party and the “far right.”
The Return of American Nationalism, National Review
National Review begins to embrace the president elect.
Winning Makes Trump More Popular, Lifezette
46 percent of voters now view him favorably.
Trump Probably Did Better With Latino Voters Than Romney Did, FiveThirtyEight
Trump won 29 percent as opposed to Romney’s 27 percent.
Buchanan: “The long war of the Trump presidency has only just begun.”
‘White Nationalism,’ Explained, New York Times
New York Times ponders the difference between “nationalist” and “supremacist.”
Jared Taylor chats with Vox’s Zack Beauchamp.
Ex-President Nicolas Sarkozy eliminated in primary.
A bad sign.
Stop Hating White People and Maybe They’ll Vote for You, Frontpage Mag
“The beatings will continue until intersectional morale improves.”
The majority eventually realizes they have an identity too.
Alt-Right Exuberant After Trump Victory, Yahoo! News
Jared Taylor: Trump’s win is “part of a worldwide reawakening of nationalist sentiment.”
“Reason white women chose Trump over Clinton is simple: racism.”
How Trump courted “disenfranchised new Republicans” to win the election.
Rush Limbaugh says there is nothing wrong with whites voting in their own interests.
At Yale, there was a “group primal scream” to express student distress.
Fabled Hispanic vote is yet to materialize.
“People finally woke up and said ‘enough.’”
Why Trump Won: Working-Class Whites, New York Times
Pollsters underestimated their impact in Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Michigan.
Trump and American Populism, Foreign Affairs
Foreign Affairs tries to understand Trump.
Trump Win Sparks Student Walkouts and Angry Protests Across California, Los Angeles Times
Chanting “not my president” and waving Mexican flags.
Hillary victory party ends in tears.
Now, the unthinkable has become conceivable.
A European view.
Trump: “I am with you and I will fight for you and we will win.”
This election will be seen as the “beginning of a new stage.”
Why Obama Will Win, AR Classic Article
Whites jump at any chance to feel virtuous.
Little-Loved by Scholars, Trump Also Gets Little of Their Cash, Chronicle of Higher Education
Only 1/84th of what Clinton has received.
Tuesday’s ballot initiative overturning Proposition 227 is likely to pass.
Nation is sharply divided.
It’s become the party for white people–of all classes.
Black early-voting turnout is down about 15 percent in both North Carolina and Florida.
College-educated women who support Clinton are especially intolerant.
Places Most Unsettled by Rapid Demographic Change Are Drawn to Donald Trump, Wall Street Journal
“Diversity” increased most in the Midwest.
Early voting by whites and Hispanics is up.
Trump has the same non-white support as Romney.