Democrat candidate Hillary Clinton has conceded the presidential contest to her Republican rival Donald Trump Tuesday night.
After winning the primarily Republican States, Trump was leading in Michigan and Wisconsin, holding a 3-point lead in the latter with 92 percent of the vote in.
Trump led the popular vote by more than 1 million votes. With 86 percent of the expected vote in, more than 116 million ballots had been cast.
Earlier, the Clinton campaign had said the race was too close to call. Also, Clinton campaign chair John Podesta told supporters at the Javits Center who had amassed for a victory party to go home till tomorrow, saying that every vote should be counted.