Donald J Trump is the 45th President of the United States of America. This news shocked the world, making interesting headlines and cover page stories.
Here’s a glimpse how international newspapers broke the news to their countries:
1) Libration, France:
2) The Times of London chose to go with “Trump Surge”, an outsider within reach of the White House.
3) BBC’s Wednesday i-Front page called the news as “Disunited States”.
4) The Guardian commented on America’s wait to see the light at the end of the tunnel.
Guardian front page, Thursday 10 November 2016: Trump wins. Now the world waits pic.twitter.com/MXqJQ9Aw4r— Guardian news (@guardiannews) November 9, 2016
5) The Telegraph commented on America’s “divide”.
6) Metro, they kept it simple.
7) The New Zealand Herald said it all in two words.
8) Le Journal De Quebec expanded OMG:
La UNE de votre Journal, édition du 9 novembre 2016 pic.twitter.com/ATSAuXX1F5— Le Journal de Québec (@JdeQuebec) November 9, 2016
9) Mexico City’s daily newspaper said, “Let’s Shake!”
10) NewsBrands Ireland’s newspapers had an interesting take.
11) The Daily Telegraph wished America well.
Tomorrow's Daily Telegraph front page today: 'Trump's American revolution' pic.twitter.com/7QF3zpPMhS— Telegraph Politics (@TelePolitics) November 9, 2016
12) The Daily Mirror asked for answers.
13) The Financial Times stuck to its essentials.
14) UK’s The Independent told the bitter truth.
15) The Times said, “The New World”.
16) City AM:
17) UK’s The Daily Mail dramatized the situation a little too much:
18) UK’s The Sun mocked the news with animated references.
19) Queensland’s Courier-Mail did a historic 20-page wrap on Donald Trump’s victory:
20) Australia’s The Daily Telegraph said it.
21) Australia’s The Sydney Morning Herald called it a “revolution”.
22) The West Australian wrote what the world felt.
In the first edition of The West Australian tomorrow: pic.twitter.com/gIlxreH2rU— The West Australian (@westaustralian) November 9, 2016
23) Australia’s The Advertiser said, “Trump Towers.”
24) Brazilian newspaper, O Povo, said, “Trump Surprises and Wins.”
25) Vanguardia, the Mexican paper, called Trump a “threat”.
26) Mexican paper, Periódico Excelsior, ran the headline that translates, “to start trembling”.
27) Het Parool of The Netherlands posted an illustration, worth a thousand words.
28) Spanish newspaper, EL PAÍS:
29) Here’s the Times of India front page.
Here’s a curated list of American newspapers as well:
1) The New York Times :
2) The Washington Post:
Trump triumphs: Here is the front page of Wednesday's Washington Post pic.twitter.com/xKbpEzPNXK— Washington Post (@washingtonpost) November 9, 2016
3) LA Times:
Wednesday morning's front page: pic.twitter.com/pAbnSzwL3G— Los Angeles Times (@latimes) November 9, 2016
4) The Times Tribune:
5) The Birmingham News:
6) Hartford Courant:
Check out the Courant's front page for Nov. 9, 2016 pic.twitter.com/JfHeo4TKtn— Hartford Courant (@hartfordcourant) November 9, 2016
9) The Wall Street Journal:
The front page of The Wall Street Journal pic.twitter.com/vFpldfwwqu— Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) November 9, 2016
10) The Arizona Republic:
11) The Kansas Star:
12) The Dallas Morning News:
Today's front page: Donald Trump will be the 45th president of the United States pic.twitter.com/UkqC1SjiBI— Dallas Morning News (@dallasnews) November 9, 2016
13) The Orlando Sentinel:
Here's a look at our front page pic.twitter.com/zbSsPICT7h— Orlando Sentinel (@orlandosentinel) November 9, 2016
14) USA Today:
15) The Miami Herald:
16) The Denver Post:
And then, Newsuem, a museum dedicated to free expression & the First Amendment, curated shots of Wednesday’s A1 pages highlighting Trump’s victory.
News crews already outside the Newseum getting shots of Today's Front Pages. As one might expect, Trump's win is dominating all A1's today pic.twitter.com/4bmHeZXi8h— Newseum (@Newseum) November 9, 2016
One might say, this election result was recorded well in world history.