11/8/16
Americans React to the Election of Donald Trump

11/8/16 - Americans React to the Election of Donald Trump
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Sarah

I like it because for once it feels like a bias-free representation of what happened. There really IS good on both sides.... it's nice to have that represented

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Roberto

I liked it because it clearly depicts how wrong Democrats were when they believed that Clinton had the chance to beat Trump in the elections.

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Olivia

A fascinating collection of short stories, filmed on the morning of the 2016 election offering a true cross-section of the people that represent the great 'divide' in America. Made all the more powerful knowing that most of mainstream media thought Hillary Clinton was going to win, so to see ...Read more

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