VIEW EVENT INFORMATION: Hillary Clinton
Clinton Set To Make Concession Speech
NOV
9
Status: Available Now!
Type: News
Date: Wednesday 9 November 2016, 12:00 AM
Media: Daily Mail

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About the person Hillary Clinton:
Art: Politics
Genres: Democratic Party, Economic Liberalism, Presidency, Modern Liberalism, Social Liberalism, U.S. Presidency, Social Conservatism, Federalism, First Lady, Secretary Of State, Senate, U.S. First Lady, U.S. Secretary Of State, U.S. Senate
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The agony of defeat: Hillary Clinton set to make concession speak from a New York City hotel after refusing to deliver late night speech following stunning loss to Donald Trump Hillary Clinton will face the American public for the first time since her crushing and unexpected presidency loss to Republican Donald Trump stunned the world and rocked global financial markets. Clinton is to address reporters at 10.30am from a hotel in New York City not far from where she had planned a party to celebrate on election night. The only campaign figure to address the Tuesday night crowd at the Javits Center was campaign chief John Podesta, who told distraught supporters: 'They're still counting votes, and every vote should count.' Shortly after sending her campaign chairman to give her supporters that it was not over, Clinton made a private call to Trump to concede - a humiliating and bizarre end to a political career which had put her on the verge of being the first female president. Since then, words of support have come into Trump from around the world including a telegram from Russian President Vladimir Putin, a leader Trump has said he wants to have closer relations with even as US intelligence officials connect his government with hacking. Clinton will speak just after trading opens at the New York stock exchange, at a time when there has been a collapse in futures markets and the dollar has seen a drop. Trump surprised some of his harshest critics on Tuesday night by offering gracious words for Clinton during his victory speech at Trump Tower.
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