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How to watch Donald Trump’s victory speech

Republican candidate Donald Trump.
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The US has a new president, and the Republican party is forever changed. Though the US does not yet have its first woman president, history has still been made in the election of Donald Trump. Tonight, we will hear the speech that will introduce the world to a Trump presidency, and hopefully see a preview of the next four years.


All major networks are airing the election results and will air the speeches as they happen. Check the following:

  • ABC
  • CBS
  • CNN
  • Bloomberg TV
  • NBC
  • Fox
  • C-SPAN
  • CNBC
  • PBS Newshour
  • Fox News
  • Fox Business
  • Univision

Also, the following networks will be available through streaming on a Roku or similar device:

  • ABC News
  • Bloomberg TV
  • CBS News
  • CNN Go (requires a cable subscription)

On YouTube

Fox News has a live stream for both Trump and Clinton‘s election parties. The following networks will also have live streams of election coverage on their YouTube channels:

On Twitter

Twitter is partnering with BuzzFeed News to live stream the election results; you can watch here.

On Facebook

Facebook will stream ABC News coverage on Facebook Live. Other news outlets streaming the election results live on Facebook include, but are not limited to:

On other online news outlets

This list is not exhaustive, but many of these sites will be live streaming the speech on their own sites as well:

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