George Washington. Abraham Lincoln. Donald Trump.
As we now know, Donald Trump is going to be the next president of the United States of America, a fact still sinking in across the country. Depending on your politics, it's either utterly terrifying or a sign that 'Merica's going to be great again.
Some Minnesota Republicans are stoked. But these folks are not. Here's a sampling of the Twitter reaction from some less-than-thrilled Minnesotans.
@Canada please adopt minnesota we are ready and willing— fuck donald trump (@laurelmcbeath) November 9, 2016
No previous political experience. No well defined policies. Bluster, slogans and arrogance.— Brian Oake (@BrianOake) November 9, 2016
Let the new age of prosperity begin!!
I'm at the airport and my skin feels browner than usual.— Raghav Mehta (@ASAPGhav) November 9, 2016
Deciding between all black or my "Icky Trump" shirt today, I went with the former. I don't want to even acknowledge his existence. pic.twitter.com/VyAXBHKfXl— Leah Garaas (@leahgaraas) November 9, 2016
Picturing the next four years as a buddy cop flick where Trump and Putin stop and frisk the whole world.— Becky Lang (@leckybang) November 9, 2016
Sadly happy my children are too young to understand any of this.— Staciaann (@Staciaann) November 9, 2016
who will be next President?— Drew Ailes (@CountBakula) November 9, 2016
- jean shorts
- expensive car floor mat
- guy with a mountain bike who is pissed cuz you don't have cigarettes
accidentally started drinking— krista (@kristaprints) November 9, 2016
Well, at least I already have a therapy appt scheduled for today. And enough drugs to keep me numb.— Festive Freddy (@iheartsharks) November 9, 2016
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