Wednesday, November 9, 2016


Mgombea urais nchini Marekani aliyeshindwa Hillary Clinton, amesema kuwa rais aliyechaguliwa Donald Trump, lazima apewe fursa ya kuongoza.

First to speak was Tim Kaine, her failed running mate. His voice trembling with emotion, he said she was 'a great history-maker' as he listed her achievements 'as a woman'

Also on stage with Clinton was her daughter, Chelsea, Chelsea's husband, Marc Mezvinsky, and Kaine's wife, Ann Holton

Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin (center) along with other staffers wait before Clinton delivers her concession speech

A teary eyed Clinton greeted supporters in the hotel's crowd after giving her concession speech on Wednesday morning

The crowded room at the New Yorker hotel was filled with supporters of all ages who cheered along as Clinton made her speech

Hillary Clinton's motorcade arrived at the New Yorker Hotel in which she will give her concession speech on Wednesday just after 11am

Clinton - dressed in a black and purple pantsuit, arrived hand in hand with her husband and followed by her daughter Chelsea and son-in-law Marc Mezvisnky.

Hillary and Bill Clinton, donning matching purple accents, wave to supporters as they arrive at the New Yorker hotel

She waved to the media as she walked into the New Yorker hotel to give her concession speech

Clinton's daughter Chelsea also made an appearance for the concession speech with her husband Marc Mezvinsky (right)

John Podesta, the campaign chairman of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton waits for her to concede the presidential election at the New Yorker Hotel

Clinton was expected to give her speech at 9.30am, but the speech was delayed by more than two hours

Clinton is to address reporters on Wednesday from a hotel in New York City not far from where she had planned a party to celebrate on election night

President Barack Obama, accompanied by Vice President Joe Biden, speaks about the election following Clinton's concession speech

Clinton's (pictured voting on Tuesday) concession speech came after more than a year-and-a-half of campaigning for the presidency

Shortly after sending her campaign chairman to give her supporters that it was not over, Clinton made a private call to Trump to concede. Pictured above, Clinton and her husband Bill chat after voting in Chappaqua, New York, on Tuesday - her last appearance before losing the presidential election

John Podesta was dispatched by the Democratic candidate to tell a tear-stained crowd in Manhattan's Javits Center that she would not emerge until the morning and until 'every vote is counted'. But just minutes later Clinton gave up the race, calling her Republican rival to tell him she was standing down

Donald Trump appeared onstage in New York in the early hours of Wednesday after he swept to a stunning victory