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MLB Players React to Donald Trump’s Win (TWEETS)
A shockwave was felt around the world in the early morning hours of Wednesday, when Donald Trump was announced to be the 45th president of the United States.
Political pollsters around the country failed miserably as they had Trump as an overwhelming underdog to win the election. In the end, Trump not only won, but absolutely spanked Democratic Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.
The results of last night’s election was a tough pill to swallow for some Major League Baseball players, while others celebrated. Here are some of the reactions:
Pray for our country and our leadership.
— Vernon Wells (@VernonWells10) November 9, 2016
It’s clear people want change. I just wish it were a better human being reaping the benefits of the antiestablishment movement — Jerry Blevins (@jerryblevins) November 9, 2016
Is anyone else freaking out right now?!! This is unbelievable! #ElectionDay
— Clint Robinson (@BatHoarder) November 9, 2016
Trump’s youngest son is a robot from Westworld. — Brett Anderson (@BrettAnderson35) November 9, 2016
Tonight’s result affects me none because I’m rich, white and male. Yet, it’ll be a long time until I’m able to sleep peacefully.
— Brandon McCarthy (@BMcCarthy32) November 9, 2016
On the plus side @HillaryClinton won’t ask for a recount for fear of being caught cheating while she lost
— Curt Schilling (@gehrig38) November 9, 2016
I am going to miss all of the awesome celebrities that are going to move to Canada. #ElectionNight
— Daniel McCutchen (@DanielMcCutchen) November 9, 2016
I did not vote for a president because I was appalled by the campaigns, but I love America, my faith, my hope, my desire is a better land — Huston Street (@HustonStreet) November 9, 2016
I hope and pray Donald Trump does a great job, and finds a way to unify our country. We need him to do great
— Brian Duensing (@BrianDuensing52) November 9, 2016
Crazy thing is, Any other Republican Nominee would have smashed Hillary Clinton. And any other Democratic Nominee would have smash Trump — Ryan Rowland-Smith (@hyphen18) November 9, 2016