From Asia to Europe everyone is in shock and disbelief to the victory of Donald John Trump who won the much awaited US presidential elections.
German Defense minister described the result as a “Huge shock”.
French Foreign Minister pledged to work with trump but said his personality “raised questions” and he admitted to being unsure as to what a Trump presidency would mean for Keep foreign policy challenges, or for West’s nuclear deal with Iran to the war in Syria.
Former, Swedish Foreign Minister, on the other hand, said, “Looks like this will be the year of the double disaster of the West,” pointing to Britain’s vote in June to leave the European Union.
Florian Philippot, a senior figure in France’s National Front (FN), tweeted,”Their world is falling apart. Ours is being built”.
Jean-Marie Le Pen, the founder of the party and father of its leader Marine, said: “Today the United States, tomorrow France!”
Beatrix von Storch, deputy leader of the anti-immigrant Alternative for Germany (AfD) party, said: “Donald Trump’s victory is a sign that citizens of the western world want a clear change in policy.”
Trump has vowed to undo a global deal that took place in Paris last year on climate change, he will negotiate the deal between Tehran and the West.
Donald Trump is said to be all odds when it comes to the legacy of Presidents in The U.S.
He is the first US President with no Public Office experience. He beat 16 Republican candidates to win the party nomination. This race to the presidency was marked by several controversies.
Trump in a rally on Wednesday told his supporters, he had received a call from his Democratic rival, Hillary congratulation him on the victory.
Trump pledged in his Victory speech to be a President “for all Americans”. He also said, “We owe her (Hillary) a major debt of gratitude for her service.”
Fox News projected that Trump had collected just enough of the 270 state-by-state electoral votes needed to win a four-year term that starts on January 20.