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The Latest: SKorea media contend Trump promises troops support

LONDON — The latest on universe nod to a U.S. presidential choosing (all times local):

3:30 a.m.

South Korean media contend U.S. President-elect Donald Trump has betrothed to contend a clever U.S. infantry willingness to assistance safeguard opposite any assign from North Korea.

Yonhap news organisation cites misleading tactful officials in stating discussions Trump had in a 10–minute write review with South Korean President Park Geun-hye. Yonhap says Trump told her that he agrees “100 percent” in anticipating a dual allies will serve accelerate their ties.

Park’s bureau confirms Park and Trump talked by phone nonetheless hasn’t supposing specifics on their conversation.

There have been worries in South Korea that a Trump presidency could move a critical change in U.S. mercantile and tactful ties with Seoul. Trump has questioned a value of a U.S.-South Korea certainty alliance.

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3 a.m.

Hong Kong’s personality has congratulated Donald Trump on his U.S. choosing victory.

In a statement, Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying says a supervision of a semiautonomous southern Chinese financial heart “looks brazen to serve deepening a links with a U.S.”

In Leung’s words, “Hong Kong and a U.S. suffer tighten mercantile and trade ties, a dual places have also determined tighten connectors in several areas such as education, innovation, enlightenment and tourism.”

Both Trump and Leung are rich businessmen with backgrounds in genuine estate.

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2:40 a.m.

Australia’s primary apportion says he spoke with Donald Trump over a write and a U.S. president-elect agrees on a significance of a U.S. infantry fondness with Australia and a significance of a U.S. infantry participation to a certainty of a Asia-Pacific region.

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull says Trump “appreciates, honors” and “admires” a 65-year-old common invulnerability agreement that requires a certainty partners to deliberate if possibly comes underneath brawl nonetheless does not dedicate them to come to a other’s defense.

Turnbull would not contend either Trump skeleton to continue to boost a U.S. infantry buildup in Australia. He described their speak as “warm” and “very frank.”

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11:30 p.m.

Cuban President Raul Castro has congratulated Donald Trump on a choosing victory, in what appears to have been a succinct summary to a male who could hurl behind dual years of detente.

In a single-sentence statement, Cuba’s unfamiliar method says Castro “sent a summary of congratulations to Mr. Donald J. Trump for his choosing as boss of a United States.”

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10:40 p.m.

A belligerent organisation obliged for attacks on oil installations says Donald Trump’s choosing feat gives wish to minorities in a West African nation.

The Niger Delta Avengers organisation pronounced on a website Wednesday that Trump’s “hard fought feat opposite universe establishments” is wish for some-more than 30 million members of minority communities in a Niger Delta segment who have fought over resources with a supervision and Islamic forces.

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9:40 p.m.

Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto says he has oral with U.S. President-elect Donald Trump to honour him and his family.

Pena Nieto says they concluded to accommodate during a transition duration to plead a U.S.-Mexico relationship.

He adds that it was a “cordial, accessible and deferential conversation.”

Pena Nieto pronounced Wednesday in a brief televised residence that when Mexico does well, so does a United States, and clamp versa. He spoke of opening “new paths of team-work and prosperity,” while earnest to strengthen a rights and contentment of Mexicans everywhere.

Trump has vowed on a debate route to build a wall along a United States’ southern limit and force Mexico to compensate for it. He has also described migrants channel a limit illegally as criminals and rapists.

Trump met with Pena Nieto in late Aug in a warn revisit to Mexico City. Pena Nieto was widely criticized during a time for holding a assembly and for not opposed Trump some-more directly on a wall offer and a candidate’s comments about Mexico.

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9:10 p.m.

Africa’s initial inaugurated womanlike boss is job Hillary Clinton’s electoral improved a “missed opportunity” to allege women’s rights.

In an speak with a BBC, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf of Liberia pronounced Wednesday she is “extremely saddened” by Clinton’s detriment to Donald Trump, nonetheless she expects her West African commonwealth to contend good family with a U.S.

Sirleaf was inaugurated in 2005 as Liberia was rising from 14 years of lethal polite conflict. As secretary of state, Clinton attended Sirleaf’s coronation for a second tenure in 2012.

Liberia was founded by liberated American slaves and is one of a U.S.’s closest allies on a continent.

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7:15 p.m.

Nicaragua’s revolutionary President Daniel Ortega has sent a congratulatory nod to Donald Trump, observant he and his people “believe it is probable to work with a United States” on a world’s problems, “giving priority to peace.”

Ortega on Sunday distinguished an electoral feat of his own, winning a third uninterrupted tenure as personality of a Central American country.

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7 p.m.

Venezuela’s unfamiliar method is congratulating Donald Trump on his win and observant it hopes he can allege “respectful common domestic and tactful relations.”

It also expresses hopes that a new section will be remarkable by “respect for non-intervention in inner affairs.”

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has regularly indicted Washington of perplexing to overpower a South American country’s government, a assign that has been deserted by State Department representatives

The dual countries continue to rivet in trade notwithstanding not carrying embassies in their particular capitals given 2010.

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6:30 p.m.

Finland, Sweden, Denmark and Norway don’t design Donald Trump’s choosing win to impact their pivotal family with a United States.

Finnish Prime Minister Juha Sipila, a self-made millionaire, says he was astounded by a U.S. choosing result, observant a polls “got it flattering badly wrong about Brexit as well.”

Sipila pronounced that U.S. family for Finland, that shares a 1,300-kilometer (800-mile) limit with Russia, are of “paramount” significance and that Trump’s feat wouldn’t meant a change in a non-aligned county’s invulnerability policy, a tighten ties to NATO or Finnish-Russian relations.

In Sweden, Prime Minister Stefan Lofven pronounced many people felt endangered about a U.S. choosing result, nonetheless that they had been “prepared” for it. He pronounced Sweden has a prolonged tradition of team-work with U.S. governments “regardless of celebration domestic affiliations.”

Norway’s Prime Minister Erna Solberg congratulated Donald Trump, observant “the United States is a closest ally. It is wilful that we continue a cooperation.”

In Denmark, Prime Minister Lars Loekke Rasmussen “let’s give Donald Trump a advantage of a doubt.”

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6:20 p.m.

Iran’s boss says a ancestral arch understanding between Iran and universe powers “cannot be overturned by a singular government.”

President Hassan Rouhani spoke Wednesday following a choosing of Donald Trump, a oppressive censor of a deal, as U.S. president. Trump has suggested he would try to renegotiate a agreement underneath that Iran curbs a arch module in sell for a light lifting of general sanctions.

In remarks on Iranian state TV, Rouhani says a general position of a United States has been enervated “due to a new wrong policies.” He says a U.S. choosing formula uncover that America’s “sickness and polite instability will insist for a prolonged time.”

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6:15 p.m.

Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi has congratulated Donald Trump, observant he is looking brazen to continued support in his country’s quarrel opposite a nonconformist Islamic State group.

In a matter on his website, al-Abadi pronounced Wednesday that he hopes a “world and a United States will continue support Iraq in fighting terrorism.” He says terrorism doesn’t bluster Iraq alone, nonetheless a whole world.”

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6:10 p.m.

Mexico’s book arch says a commonwealth has been operative to indurate a finances in certification for outmost shocks such as a choosing of Donald Trump.

Treasury Secretary Jose Antonio Meade says Britain’s Brexit opinion was one shock, a U.S. choosing outcome another and a Fed’s preference on seductiveness rates in Dec is nonetheless another possibility.

Meade told reporters that officials don’t devise any evident moves to column adult a peso, that plunged about 9.5 percent after a U.S. choosing outcome due to fears Trump’s policies would impact a Mexican economy.

Meade says a state-owned oil association announced a new five-year devise a week before a choosing to send a summary that it was not related to a vote.

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5:55 p.m.

A German supervision orator says Chancellor Angela Merkel could accommodate Donald Trump before a G7 assembly in Italy in May.

Asked about a impact of Trump’s choosing win on finale a quarrel in Ukraine, Steffen Seibert says Germany “will positively mount by a process on Russia.” The U.S. and a EU have slapped sanctions on Russia for subsidy separatists in eastern Ukraine.

Martin Schaefer, German unfamiliar method spokesman, pronounced a mood in Berlin ranges “from amazement to beyond.”

Stefanie Huppman, who works in Berlin, calls a U.S. choosing outcome “terrible. But any commonwealth gets a boss it deserves.”

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5:35 p.m.

Czech President Milos Zeman has welcomed Donald Trump’s feat in a U.S. presidential election, observant that proves Americans did not stoop to what he called “media manipulation.”

He says he appreciated Trump’s debate given his summary was “clear” nonetheless infrequently “rough.” Zeman, famous for his clever anti-migrant rhetoric, pronounced he common Trump’s views on emigration and a quarrel opposite a Islamic terrorism.

Zeman was among a several leaders in Central Europe, including Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who permitted Trump during a campaign.

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5:25 p.m.

Japanese Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida says Japan is operative on building ties with Trump and his advisers so Tokyo is well-prepared in box of any process changes underneath his presidency.

Kishida says on TV it’s still misleading how Trump’s process and his domestic care will impact Japan, and it competence “require a stretchable response.” Trump has pronounced Japan should compensate some-more for American infantry stationed in Japan underneath a common certainty agreement or lift them out.

Kishida says Japan is still perplexing to know how vicious a Asia-Pacific segment is to Trump.

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5:15 p.m.

Poland’s former boss and Solidarity owner Lech Walesa says Donald Trump has good intentions and sees a people’s displeasure nonetheless has no process plan.

Asked if Trump as U.S. boss poses any threat, Walesa pronounced a “threat lies in a fact that he is unequivocally unprepared. He has good intentions. He sees that people are dissatisfied. But, in my opinion he has no solutions.”

He pronounced Trump won given people are “tired of aged structures, of aged politicians” and pronounced that capitalism and democracy still need improvement.

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5:10 p.m.

Poland’s President Andrzej Duda has congratulated Donald Trump and reminded him of a vicious “strategic partnership” common by their dual nations, including a oath to send infantry to NATO’s eastern flank.

Poland’s populist care shares a array of ideological similarities with Trump. Yet there is stress in Poland that a Trump presidency could leave a segment some-more exposed to a resurgent Russia given Trump’s solid regard for Russian President Vladimir Putin and suggestions by Trump that a U.S. competence not strengthen a NATO allies if they are attacked.

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5:05 p.m.

An researcher says U.S. unfamiliar process will now count on Donald Trump’s pivotal appointments and a limit to that a U.S. unfamiliar process investiture can essay a confining change on them.

Evan Laksmana during a Centre for Strategic and International Studies in Jakarta, Indonesia, says “even if he did usually half of what he betrothed in unfamiliar affairs, he could do a vicious volume of repairs in a brief time.”

Within Asia, Japan and South Korea won’t accept Chinese predominance, he said, and would turn exclusively some-more noisy if their alliances with a U.S. weakened. Also weaker states in Southeast Asia competence trip serve within China’s circuit if a U.S. is not concerned in a region.

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4:55 p.m.

The Philippines’ foul-mouthed boss has welcomed Donald Trump’s choosing victory, job him a associate curser.

Rodrigo Duterte, during a revisit to Malaysia on Wednesday, says “Long live Mr. Trump! We both abuse during a smallest reason. We are alike.”

Duterte has formerly told President Barack Obama in a past to “go to hell” and criticized U.S. officials for expressing regard about his heartless crackdown on bootleg drug sellers and users.

Philippine officials pronounced Wednesday that Duterte has motionless to revoke a array of corner infantry exercises with a United States.

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4:40 p.m.

Macedonia’s boss has congratulated Donald Trump on his election, observant a tiny Balkan commonwealth depends on U.S. assistance in fasten NATO and a 28-nation European Union.

President Gjorge Ivanov says U.S. support is of “vital importance” for Macedonian and other Balkan countries to join a general organizations.

Macedonia’s bid for EU advent has been solidified tentative calls from Brussels for infantry and law reforms, and for larger press freedom. Its hopes of apropos a NATO member have been blocked by adjacent Greece, due to a festering brawl over Macedonia’s name.

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4:30 p.m.

European Council President Donald Tusk says a choosing of Donald Trump has brought doubt and poses new hurdles for trans-Atlantic ties.

Tusk told reporters in Brussels on Wednesday that “while respecting a approved choice of a American people, we are a same time wakeful of a new hurdles that these formula bring.”

He spoke of a “moment of doubt over a destiny of a trans-Atlantic relations”

Tusk combined “the EU is a clever and arguable partner and will sojourn so. We design a same from America and a new president.”

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4:25 p.m.

The favorite in Moldova’s presidential choosing has praised Donald Trump for winning a U.S. presidential competition as a feat over “the Liberal orgy.”

Igor Dodon, who paints himself as a normal Moldovan family male and wants closer family with Russia, pronounced Wednesday he favourite Trump given “he is a believer of Christian values.”

Trump has been divorced twice and has children from 3 opposite wives.

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4:15 p.m.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has vowed to work with President-elect Donald Trump “in a certain way.”

Trudeau told students in Ottawa that he will work with Trump not usually for Canadians and Americans “but for a whole world.”

The awaiting of Americans relocating to Canada after Trump’s win drew so many online seductiveness it temporarily knocked out Canada’s immigration website. Internet searches for “move to Canada” peaked Tuesday night as choosing earnings adored Trump. “Canada” was a streamer U.S. trend on Twitter.

The website for Citizenship and Immigration Canada went down due to a swell in traffic. Andree-Lyne Halle, a mouthpiece for Trudeau, pronounced staff worked via a night to solve a issue.

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4 p.m.

U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon says a United Nations will count on Donald Trump’s administration to strengthen general team-work to accommodate today’s tellurian challenges.

Ban pronounced a U.N. hopes to work with his U.S. supervision “to urge common ideals, quarrel meridian change, allege tellurian rights, foster mutual understanding” and exercise U.N. goals for 2030.

Ban says after “a hard-fought and mostly divisive campaign, it is value recalling and reaffirming that a togetherness in farrago of a United States is one of a country’s biggest strengths.”

Ban also praised Hillary Clinton “for a lifetime joining to peace, a enrichment of women and a contentment of children.”

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3:50 p.m.

Donald Trump’s feat has given dignified support to anti-establishment movements in Italy roving a call of displeasure over a migrant predicament and a stodgy mercantile recovery.

The conduct of Italy’s anti-migrant anti-EU Northern League, Matteo Salvini, pronounced Trump’s feat “signaled momentous changes,” and he set his sights immediately on personality Matteo Renzi, who faces a vicious exam in a referendum on inherent reforms subsequent month.

The Northern League has been penetrating to form alliances with far-right parties opposite Europe. Salvini, who is assembly with Russian lawmakers subsequent week in Moscow, says Trump “has taught us that who has aplomb wins.”

The conduct of a anti-establishment 5-Star movement, Beppe Grillo, says “Trump represents a indicate of no lapse of a universe that is changing.”

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3:35 p.m.

European Union unfamiliar ministers will reason a special assembly on Sunday to consider a choosing of Donald Trump as U.S. boss and what it means for trans-Atlantic relations.

The 28 EU unfamiliar ministers are set to accommodate with unfamiliar process arch Federica Mogherini for a cooking in Brussels. European leaders have been aroused that Trump would lead an isolationist and protectionist course, undermining a cornerstones of trans-Atlantic cooperation.

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3:20 p.m.

Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari has congratulated U.S. President-elect Donald Trump on his feat and a American people for their democracy.

Lagos-based SBM Intelligence risk analysts contend a doubt generated by Trump’s win should be good for Nigeria, a African oil giant, given it will break a U.S. dollar.

Not everybody in Nigeria embraced Trump. At an choosing watch celebration orderly by a U.S. Embassy in Lagos, Nigerian artist Nike Davies-Okundaye called Hillary Clinton “my hero.” As Clinton’s detriment became apparent, people pulled down a red, blue and white balloons and began popping them in disappointment

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2:55 p.m.

The residents of Melania Trump’s home city in Slovenia are anticipating a destiny U.S. First Lady will come to revisit together with her husband.

U.S. flags could be seen in a industrial city of Sevnica on Wednesday as a news came in of Donald Trump winning a U.S. presidency.

Sevnica mayor Srecko Ocvirk says he doesn’t design Melania Trump to come any time shortly nonetheless “I design her to revisit Sevnica later.”

Melania Trump’s childhood neighbor, Mirjana Jelancic, says she is happy for her friend. She says “it was partial of her dreams and we are happy if she succeeds.”

Melania Trump, 46, was innate Melanija Knavs in Sevnica. She left Slovenia in her 20s’ to pursue an general modelling career.

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2:45 p.m.

Bosnia is divided over Donald Trump’s presidential feat in a U.S., with a country’s Serbs welcoming it while Muslim Bosniaks and Bosnian Croats are unhappy with Hillary Clinton’s defeat.

The multiplication is generally formed on a purpose former U.S. President Bill Clinton’s administration had in finale Bosnia’s damaging 1992-95 war, that took over 100,000 lives and enclosed a four-year encircle of Sarajevo.

Vitomir Blagojevic, a Bosnian Serb from Pale, pronounced “I am unequivocally blissful that he won.”

But in Sarajevo, Kemal Hadzibegic, a Muslim Bosniak, described Trump as “raw.”

“We were in preference of Clinton,” he said. “We devoted her more. This is a genuine warn for us, nonetheless also for everybody else.”

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2:30 p.m.

Dutch Foreign Minister Bert Koenders says, in a nod to Donald Trump’s U.S. presidential win, “we will decider him on his actions.”

Koenders, of a center-left Labor Party, says during a U.S. debate “Trump done statements that were during contingency with how we like to see a multitude and universe order,” citing Trump comments about U.S. family with NATO, Russia and a European Union.

But a Dutch apportion says it’s vicious for a Netherlands’ tighten attribute with a United States to continue given “we are confronting tellurian hurdles such as meridian change and a quarrel opposite terrorism.”

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2:20 p.m.

Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto is congratulating a U.S. on a choosing — nonetheless not directly personality Donald Trump, who dumbfounded many by describing Mexican migrants as murderers and rapists.

Pena Nieto has sent a array of tweets repeating his willingness to work with Trump “in preference of a common relationship.” He says Mexico and a U.S. “are friends, partners and allies who should continue collaborating for a competitiveness and growth of North America.”

The value of Mexico’s peso banking plunged neatly after a choosing of Trump, who has denounced a North American Free Trade Agreement.

Mexican Treasury Secretary Jose Antonio Meade urged opposite “premature reactions.” He pronounced a choosing outcome won’t immediately impact trade and pronounced Mexico “is in a position of strength” to face whatever competence come. ___

2:15 p.m.

Former Soviet personality Mikhail Gorbachev says a choosing of Republican Donald Trump as U.S. boss offers an event to correct ties between Moscow and Washington.

The Interfax news organisation reported Gorbachev as observant “under a new boss of a U.S. a Russian-American attribute could get significantly better. we am assured it is essential now to go true into a two-way discourse during a tip level.”

The 85-year-old Gorbachev was certified to a sanatorium Wednesday for what Russian media reported was a designed pacemaker.

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2:05 p.m.

Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has congratulated businessman Donald Trump on being inaugurated U.S. president, job his win “historic.”

The Pakistani personality says Wednesday that Trump’s choosing “is indeed a delight of a American people and their fast faith in a ideals of democracy, freedom, tellurian rights and giveaway enterprise.”

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2 p.m.

Czech Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka says Americans have voted for a change in a approved list and says in a twitter that “we honour that and take it pragmatically.”

Sobotka remarkable one thing about President-elect Donald Trump’s election, observant “unlike some of his predecessors, Trump during slightest knows where a Czech Republic is located.”

Trump’s initial wife, Ivana, is of Czech origin.

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1:50 p.m.

Despite being disturbed about an increasing Russian infantry presence, a Baltic nations are still congratulating America’s new leader, Donald Trump.

Tensions grew during a U.S. presidential choosing debate when Trump floated a thought that NATO members’ invulnerability spending targets would be a exigency for a U.S. to urge a NATO ally.

Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaite says “the people of a U.S. have done a decision, we will honour their choice.”

In Latvia, President Raimonds Vejonis is looking brazen “to tighten family with a new U.S. administration” while a new Estonian president, Kersti Kaljulaid, pronounced a United States “will also continue to be one of Estonia’s many vicious allies.”

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1:40 p.m.

The leaders of a jingoist Alternative for Germany party, that campaigns opposite Chancellor Angela Merkel’s interloper policy, have welcomed Donald Trump’s presidential victory.

Party co-leader Frauke Petry says “it was high time that people disenfranchised by a domestic investiture get their voice back” in a U.S. Petry pronounced Trump’s feat charity a possibility to “readjust a trans-Atlantic attribute and finish a large conflicts in Ukraine and Syria jointly with Russia.”

Fellow celebration personality Joerg Meuthen says “the investiture now has to commend that we can’t order past a competition for prolonged … Trump has righteously been rewarded for his aplomb in station adult opposite a complement and vocalization worried truths.”

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1:30 p.m.

International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach is charity his congratulations to Donald Trump after his feat in a U.S. presidential choosing and wishes him “all a best” for his tenure in office.

Trump’s feat over Hillary Clinton comes as Los Angeles is behest to horde a 2024 Olympics. Trump’s statements during a debate about Mexicans, Muslims and building a wall along a Mexican limit competence not assistance a California city’s Olympic box with some IOC members.

Los Angeles is competing opposite Paris and Budapest, Hungary. The IOC will name a horde city in Sep 2017.

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1:20 p.m.

Italy’s premier has charity his congratulations to Donald Trump, brushing aside domestic differences, following his solid open endorsements of Hillary Clinton.

Premier Matteo Renzi says Wednesday “in a name of Italy, we honour a boss of a United States and wish him good in his work, assured that a Italian-American loyalty stays clever and solid.”

Renzi faces his possess domestic tab subsequent month with a inherent referendum that has mobilized antithesis as good as celebration dissidents opposite him. A no opinion is expected to force during slightest a supervision shuffling, if not a new election.

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1:10 p.m.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says he hopes Donald Trump’s choosing as boss outlines a new epoch in a United States that he hopes will lead to “beneficial” stairs for elemental rights, liberties and democracy in a world.

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12:50 p.m.

Environmentalists and meridian scientists are dumbfounded over a choosing of a U.S. boss who has called tellurian warming a “hoax.”

Donald Trump’s win has lifted questions about either America, once again, would lift out of an general meridian deal. Many pronounced it’s now adult to a rest of a universe to lead efforts to rein in hothouse gas emissions, while others reason out wish that Trump would change his position on meridian change and honour U.S. commitments underneath final year’s landmark Paris Agreement.

Marshall Islands President Hilda Heine says Wednesday that as “ we design he will comprehend that meridian change is a hazard to his people and to whole countries that share seas with a U.S.”

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12:45 p.m.

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull says his commonwealth will work “as closely as ever” with a United States underneath Donald Trump’s new administration.

He says “politicians and governments, congressmen, senators, primary ministers, presidents come and go according to a will of a people of Australia and a United States, nonetheless a bond between a dual nations, a common common interests, a common inhabitant interests are so strong, are so committed.”

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12:40 p.m.

French President Francois Hollande says a choosing of Donald Trump “opens a duration of uncertainty. It contingency be faced with plainness and clarity.”

In brief remarks, Hollande congratulated Trump “as is healthy between dual heads of state,” nonetheless showed tiny enthusiasm. Hollande had plainly permitted Hillary Clinton.

Hollande pronounced “certain positions taken by Donald Trump during a American debate contingency be confronted.” He says “what is during interest is peace, a quarrel opposite terrorism, a conditions in a Middle East. It is mercantile family and a refuge of a planet.”

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12:30 p.m.

The Taliban have called on Donald Trump to repel all U.S. army from Afghanistan once he takes bureau as president.

In a matter sent to The Associated Press, Taliban orator Zabihullah Mujahid pronounced Wednesday that a Trump administration “should concede Afghans to turn a giveaway commonwealth and have family with other countries formed on non-interference in any other’s affairs.”

The Afghan brawl is in a 16th year. The Taliban have widespread their footprint opposite Afghanistan in a dual years given many general quarrel infantry withdrew.

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12:25 p.m.

Chinese President Xi Jinping has conveyed his congratulations to U.S. President-elect Donald Trump, observant he looked brazen to operative with Trump on compelling ties in a “constructive” approach that avoids brawl and confrontation.

During his campaign, Trump indicted China of illegally subsidizing exports, utilizing a banking and hidden egghead property.

State broadcaster CCTV reported Wednesday that Xi pronounced a dual biggest economies in a universe shouldered a “special and vicious shortcoming in support universe peace.”

Xi says: “I rarely value China-U.S. family and am looking brazen to operative with we to enhance team-work in all fields.” He says he expects they would “manage differences in a constructive way.”

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12:15 p.m.

Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta has sent a summary of congratulations to U.S. President-elect Donald Trump, observant “the American people have spoken, and they have oral clearly.”

Kenyatta says Wednesday “the ties that connect Kenya and a United States of America are tighten and strong. They are old, and formed in a values that we reason dear: in democracy, in a order of law, and in a equivalence of peoples.”

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12:05 p.m.

The boss of Slovenia — tiny Alpine commonwealth that is a home commonwealth of destiny U.S. First Lady Melania Trump — says he hopes family with a U.S. will serve urge during Donald Trump’s presidency.

President Boris Pahor says Wednesday “we are associated as partial of NATO and we will essay for a loyalty and a fondness to reduce further.”

Melania Trump was innate as Melanija Knavs in a industrial Slovenian city of Sevnica before operative internationally as a model.

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12:01 p.m.

The Vatican’s initial nod to a choosing of Donald Trump has focused on a wish for tellurian peace.

Pope Francis pope did not discuss a U.S. elections during his Wednesday audience, nonetheless secretary of state, Cardinal Pietro Parolin, charity Trump congratulations in a matter to Vatican Radio that “his supervision can be truly fruitful.”

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11:55 a.m.

Russian President Vladimir Putin says Moscow is prepared to try to revive good family with a United States in a arise of a choosing of Donald Trump.

Putin pronounced Wednesday during a rite usurpation a certification of new ambassadors that “we wakeful that it is a formidable path, in perspective of a hapless plunge of family between a Russian Federation and a United States.”

Putin says “it is not a error that Russian-American family are in such a state.”

Earlier, a Kremlin pronounced Putin sent Trump a telegram of congratulation, expressing “his wish to work together for stealing Russian-American family from their predicament state.”

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11:45 a.m.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has congratulated Donald Trump, job him a “true crony of a State of Israel.”

Netanyahu pronounced Wednesday he believes a dual leaders “will continue to strengthen a singular fondness between a dual countries and move it to ever larger heights.”

Earlier, Education Minister Naftali Bennett, pronounced Tump’s feat means that “the epoch of a Palestinian state is over.” The Palestinians wish a state in lands Israel prisoner in 1967.

Netanyahu has pronounced he is peaceful to negotiate a limit deal, nonetheless has pulpy brazen with Jewish allotment enlargement on war-won land.

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11:40 a.m.

Without commenting directly on Donald Trump’s election, China’s supervision says Beijing hopes to work with a new U.S. administration to build tolerable ties and voiced certainty a dual countries can hoop trade disputes maturely.

Foreign Ministry orator Lu Kang told reporters in Beijing on Wednesday that China is “looking brazen to origination accordant efforts with a new U.S. supervision to safeguard a sustainable, solid and sound growth of common relations” to advantage both countries’ people and a world.

Asked about U.S. voters’ annoy about mercantile waste blamed on Chinese exports, Lu pronounced usually that a dual countries had determined ways to understanding with trade disputes.

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11:20 a.m.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has charity President-elect Donald Trump “close cooperation” on a basement of common trans-Atlantic values that she says embody honour for tellurian grace regardless of people’s origin, gender or religion.

Merkel told reporters in Berlin on Wednesday that a debate that finished in Trump’s feat featured “confrontations that were formidable to bear.”

Merkel stressed Germany’s tighten chronological tie with a United States. She said: “Germany and America are connected by values: democracy, freedom, honour for a law and for a grace of tellurian beings, exclusively of origin, skin color, religion, gender, passionate course or domestic views.”

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11:15 a.m.

A tip central in South Sudan has welcomed a choosing feat of Donald Trump.

South Sudan’s Minister of Information and supervision orator Michael Makuei says Trump “will be improved after all” for his nation. Makeui says “I unequivocally doubt President Obama had any transparent process to South Sudan other than to destroy it. “

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11:10 a.m.

Cambodia’s long-serving peremptory primary apportion Hun Sen has congratulated Donald Trump on his U.S. presidential choosing victory.

Hun Sen has kept a parsimonious hold on Cambodian politics for 3 decades by silencing critics with lawsuits, danger and other tactics.

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11:05 a.m.

European Union leaders have invited U.S. President-elect Donald Trump to come revisit a 28-nation confederation as probable to consider trans-Atlantic ties.

With “sincere congratulations,” EU Council President Donald Tusk and his Commission reflection Jean-Claude Juncker pronounced that, notwithstanding Trump’s debate speak of protectionism and isolationism, both sides “should connect a bridges we have been building opposite a Atlantic.”

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10:50 a.m.

Indonesia’s boss Joko “Jokowi” Widodo says a world’s many populous Muslim commonwealth will work with Donald Trump’s new U.S. administration.

He says “we will keep good relations, generally in trade and investment as we know a U.S. is one of Indonesia’s critical investors.

But, Komaruddin Hidayat, a remarkable Indonesian Islamic scholar, says Trump’s choosing as U.S. boss is “shocking” for many people in Indonesia, a world’s many populous Muslim nation. Hidayat says Trump has signaled subsidy for ultra-nationalist, isolationist and protectionist policies that could be harmful.

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4:35 a.m.

Donald Trump’s warn delight dealt a blow to online betting sites, some of that had paid out loot betimes to gamblers subsidy Hillary Clinton.

Irish bookie Paddy Power says it mislaid about 5 million euros ($5.5 million) in what a Dublin-based business called a “biggest domestic payout ever.”

Company orator Feilim Mac An Iomaire pronounced Wednesday: “we motionless to put a neck on a line by profitable out early on Hillary Clinton, nonetheless child did we get it wrong. We’ve been good and truly thumped by Trump.”

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4:30 a.m.

British Prime Minister Theresa May has congratulated U.S. President-elect Donald Trump, observant a dual countries will sojourn “strong and tighten partners on trade, certainty and defense.”

May pronounced Trump had won after “a hard-fought campaign.”

May, who took bureau after British electorate delivered a startle to a investiture by determining to leave a European Union, declined to criticism on antithesis possibilities Trump and Hillary Clinton while a U.S. competition was on.

On Wednesday, she stressed a fast trans-Atlantic “special relationship, formed on a values of freedom, democracy and enterprise.”

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4:25 a.m.

Egypt’s boss has congratulated Donald Trump on winning a U.S. presidential election, observant Cairo wants to see some-more “cooperation and coordination” between a dual nations to accelerate fortitude and assent in a Middle East.

President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi telephoned Trump to offer his congratulations and invited him to revisit Egypt. Cairo receives some-more than $1 billion dollars annually in U.S. infantry and mercantile aid.

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4:15 a.m.

NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg says he’s looking brazen to operative with U.S. president-elect Donald Trump and that U.S. care is critical to a world’s biggest infantry alliance.

Stoltenberg pronounced Wednesday that “it is vicious that a Trans-Atlantic bond stays strong” and that “U.S. care is as vicious as ever.”

Trump has criticized many allies for not profitable their satisfactory share of a NATO budget.

Stoltenberg pronounced he looks brazen to welcoming Trump during subsequent Spring’s NATO limit in Brussels.

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4 a.m.

Donald Trump’s feat in a U.S. choosing is being noticed with startle and denial in Ireland.

The commonwealth is tighten to a Clintons and aroused of Trump’s debate oath to confront U.S. companies regulating Ireland as a taxation shelter.

The Irish Times branded a New York businessman a “misogynistic extremist liar” who would fan instability abroad and dogmatism during home.

Irish Times columnist Fintan O’Toole wrote Wednesday: “The commonwealth of Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln and Roosevelt is now a United Hates of America.”

“President Trump is a origination of a same demographic that gave Europe a far-right peremptory movements with such catastrophic consequences for a world,” he wrote.

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3:50 a.m.

Turkey’s primary apportion has called on Donald Trump to extradite a U.S.-based Muslim apportion Fethullah Gulen — blamed by Ankara for a unsuccessful manoeuvre in Jul — as shortly as he is sworn in.

Binali Yildirim also pronounced Wednesday that he hoped that a new care in a United States would take into care Turkey’s “sensitivities concerning a quarrel opposite terrorism,” give priority to policies that would move assent and fortitude to a region.

Ties between a dual allies have been stretched over perceptions in Turkey that a United States is demure to detain and extradite Gulen.

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3:40 a.m.

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi congratulated Donald Trump in a summary posted on Twitter. Modi tweeted that “we conclude a loyalty we have articulated toward India.”

Trump had reached out to Indian-American electorate during a convene in New Jersey in mid-October, praising Modi and vowing to improved terrorism.

In a Indian capital, some worried Hindu nationalists from a organisation Hindu Sena distinguished Trump’s victory.

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3:20 a.m.

Hungary’s primary apportion says Donald Trump’s feat is “great news” and shows “democracy is still alive.”

Prime Minister Viktor Orban has been mostly criticized by a United States, including by Hillary Clinton, for weakening a approved complement of checks and balances. Orban final year built fences on Hungary’s southern borders to stop a upsurge of migrants streamer toward Western Europe.

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3:15 a.m.

The European Union’s unfamiliar process arch says that a trans-Atlantic ties with a United States go over a choosing of Donald Trump.

Federica Mogherini pronounced Wednesday in a Twitter summary that “EU-US ties are deeper than any change in politics. We’ll continue to work together, rediscovering a strength of Europe.”

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3 a.m.

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas says he “congratulates a inaugurated American president, Donald Trump, and hopes that assent will be achieved during his term.”

An Abbas aide, Saeb Erekat, pronounced Wednesday he doesn’t design U.S. positions on a Israeli-Palestinian brawl to change underneath Trump. Erekat pronounced a Republican and Democratic parties are both committed to a two-state resolution of a conflict.

The Palestinians wish to settle a state in a West Bank, Gaza Strip and easterly Jerusalem, lands Israel prisoner in 1967.

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2:35 a.m.

Russia’s reduce residence of council is applauding a choosing of Donald Trump as a subsequent U.S. president.

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2:15 a.m.

Dutch anti-Islam populist lawmaker Geert Wilders has tweeted his congratulations to Donald Trump.

Wilders, whose Freedom Party is roving high in opinion polls brazen of Dutch elections due in March, calls Trump’s win in a presidential choosing “A ancestral victory! A revolution.” Looking brazen to a Dutch vote, Wilders finished his tweet: “We also will give a commonwealth behind to a people of a Netherlands.”

Wilders is famous for his strident anti-Islam tongue and antithesis to a Netherlands’ European Union membership.

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1:10 a.m.

The initial French presidential claimant to criticism on a U.S. choosing was populist, anti-immigrant politician Marine Le Pen, congratulating Trump even before a final formula were known.

Le Pen, anticipating to float anti-establishment view to feat in April-May French presidential elections, tweeted her support to a “American people, free!”

French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault pronounced France would continue to work with a new boss whoever wins nonetheless warned “We don’t wish a universe where self-love triumphs.” France’s Socialist supervision had plainly permitted Clinton.

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