Republican Donald Trump defeated Democrat Hillary Clinton in a stunner of a presidential race that was called around 3 a.m. on Wednesday.
Despite the race being called so late, newspapers were still able to spread the word of the winning candidate. Many shared their front pages on Twitter.
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