The polls have officially closed in New Hampshire. CNN and several media outlets have projected Donald Trump the Republican winner and Bernie Sanders the Democratic winner. John Kasich and Jeb Bush appear to be fighting for second place among Republicans while Hilary came second in the democratic lane.
Chants of “USA! USA! USA!” filled the room as business man Donald Trump gave his victory peach. He vowed to make America great again by cutting “great trade deals,” rebuilding the military and securing the borders. “We’re going to beat all of these countries that are taking so much from us,” he said, singling out China, Japan and Mexico. “The world is going to respect us again,” he said in his characteristic manner. “Believe me.”
Bernie Sanders in his victory speech said that it’s “too late for the same old establishment economics. People want real change…I hear this not just from progressives, but also from conservatives and moderates,” he said. We can no longer have a campaign-finance system where billionaires buy elections. That is not what democracy is about. That is what oligarchy is about.” He boasted that that the average contribution to his campaign is just $27 and that he does not have or want a Super PAC (political action committee).
Hillary Clinton in her concession speech, told her supporters: “I know I have some work to do, particularly with young people, and we will do it… I still love New Hampshire and I always will. Now we take this campaign to the entire country.”