The 2016 US election has been a wild roller-coaster ride with only severe nausea-inducing moments at every dip and turn. Now a conclusion has been reached and Donald Trump has been named the president of the USA, succeeding Barack Obama to one of the most powerful positions in the world. Whether this would result in a massive migration of Americans to Canada (or Jupiter), or Donald Trump will actually 'make America great again', is still to be discovered. But till then the internet is coping in the only way it knows and memes and tweets are a flowing.
HISTORY OF US PRESIDENTS:— Ben Rosen (@Rosen) November 9, 2016
India: OMG OUR CURRENCY— Peglet (@PedestrianPoet) November 8, 2016
US: OMG OUR ELECTIONS
UK: HOW DARE U CHANGE THE SHAPE OF TOBLERONE U BASTARDS
Your money stopped working.— Sorabh Pant (@hankypanty) November 9, 2016
Donald Trump became President.
And the world has actually started to end!
Six seasons of screaming NNNNOOOOO at your TV during Game of Thrones were intended to prepare you for this day, America— Rohan (@mojorojo) November 9, 2016
England: Nothing can be more embarrassing than Brexit.— Aaron Sparrow (@Aaron_Sparrow) November 9, 2016
America: Watch this.
Trump is gonna come to power according to projections as of now.— Akshar (@AksharPathak) November 9, 2016
BRB, have to DM this YouTube link to all my friends in the US. pic.twitter.com/pJKf4mEdJQ
John Oliver ka green card sabse pehle cancel hoga.— अंशुल (@Ghair_Kanooni) November 9, 2016
America –– officially that one friend who takes the joke way, way, way too far. pic.twitter.com/jHM6HLRhZh— BuzzFeed India (@BuzzFeedIndia) November 9, 2016
me when the results first started coming in vs me now pic.twitter.com/ps8iQNviPk— shelly (@sheIIymarie) November 9, 2016
"Fam I was just trolling the whole time..." pic.twitter.com/aTjoKeMCdu— Eric (@_iMcNasty) November 9, 2016
Can Obama not just turn the telly up really loud and pretend he didn't hear the doorbell? #ElectionNight— Mark Simpson (@MarkSimpsonHUFC) November 9, 2016
I feel sorry for Michelle Obama. Now she has to write Melania Trump's victory speech. #ElectionNight— Craig Reucassel (@craigreucassel) November 9, 2016