The candidate's concession speech was part unifying and part emboldening.
The Democratic presidential nominee speaks for the first time since losing the election.
Protesters set fire to effigies of the newly elected Commander in Chief during nationwide demonstrations Wednesday morning.
In addition to protests from New York to Seattle, demonstrators held a peaceful gathering outside the White House with songs and signs. One read: "We are better than bigotry."
Which Donald Trump are we to believe? The divisive one who for months has mocked, insulted and ridiculed people, or the one elected president who is now promising unity?
Felomina Cervantes held a sign that read "Shame on You America" as she took part in one of several protests staged nationwide against President-elect Donald Trump.
The country that voted on Tuesday isn't the one that backed so much progress.