DALLAS - People used social media to voice their sometimes unwanted opinions this entire election. Tuesday night was no different.
President-elect Donald Trump has already changed his Twitter page, updating his bio and photo to reflect his new title.
He also shared a message about unity and the forgotten.
Such a beautiful and important evening! The forgotten man and woman will never be forgotten again. We will all come together as never before— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 9, 2016
Opinions about the election results are all over the place with supporters celebrating the fact that America will soon be great again and critics in disbelief.
Barbara and I congratulate @realDonaldTrump, wish him well as he guides America forward as our next President. His family is in our prayers.— George Bush (@GeorgeHWBush) November 9, 2016
“It's so quiet at Clinton's HQ that you can hear an email being deleted. ” FOX 4 viewer Olimeh Chinonso Michael commented on Facebook.
“Remarkable. I'm a Republican and coming into this election I had Trump losing. I can't believe he broke through the Democratic blue wall,” Johannes Hamlin wrote.
“I'm not sure if I'm more upset that he'll be in charge of our country or the fact that our "fellow Americans" put him there. Such a sad day....,” Destinie Fernandez wrote.
“I’m running in the next election!! I think I have a good chance👌👌👌 Crystal for President!!!” Crystal Evans wrote.
Singer Lady Gaga shared photos early in the night showing her support of Hillary Clinton. By Wednesday morning she and many other celebrity Clinton supporters were expressing fear and frustration.
🙏say a prayer America— #CountryOfKindness (@ladygaga) November 9, 2016
Some didn't like Bush. Some didn't like Obama. But this is different. Forget dislike. Many are genuinely fearful now. This is new.— Seth MacFarlane (@SethMacFarlane) November 9, 2016
Just days ago Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban said he would rather lose every penny than vote for Trump. But Tuesday night he encouraged his followers to give Trump a chance.
We all need to give President-Elect Trump a chance. Support the good. Lobby against what we disagree on. No one is bigger than us all— Mark Cuban (@mcuban) November 9, 2016
More than 17,000 people responded to actor George Takei’s message about hope and despair. He encouraged his followers to continue to reaffirm the values they cherish.
In other parts of the world people are comparing the morning after the election to the feelings that followed Great Britain’s vote to leave the European Union.
Brexit feelings.— James Corden (@JKCorden) November 9, 2016