Trump beats Clinton in 2016 US president election: Media

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JAKARTA (TheInsiderStories) – Global media reported the Republican candidate Donald Trump win the United State presidential election. Based on pooling compile by various media, Trump get 288 votes while his contender from Democrat Party Hilary Clinton raised 217 votes.

Clinton had been leading Trump throughout the campaign in most of the polls except for the last week when she lost ground to Trump, and in some polls she was even trailing behind the billionaire businessman.

Clinton came under attack after the FBI released new emails, saying they could be connected to a private server she used while she served as secretary of state from 2009 to 2013. The 2016 presidential race features two of the most disliked candidates in electoral history, multiple surveys have found.

Commenting on the US presidential election, President Joko Widodo reassures and continuing the relationship between Indonesia with the country. Meanwhile, Industry Minister Airlangga Hartarto, said the US election result will not directly affect Indonesian industry. However, the government has set up anticipative measures over changes in The Federal Reserves’s interest rates which is expected in December, He added.

Trump had planned to annul any trade agreements that harm the United States. Trump had also denounced the Trans Pacific Partnerships (TPP).

Global stock markets and U.S. stock futures plunged deeply, reflecting investor alarm over what a Trump presidency might mean for the economy and trade. JCI closed at 5,413.018 dropped 57.66 point or 1.054 percent while Rupiah closet ad Rp13,127 against US dollar or lowered 0.33 percent from yesterday level Rp13,084.

 

 

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