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‘It felt like the day after 9/11’: Waleed Aly describes the mood in New York after Donald Trump’s victory
Islamo-agitprop Waleed Aly – compared the mood after the democratic election of Donald Trump to the death of over 3000 innocent people mostly crushed to death…
- The Project host Waleed Aly has been in America covering the election
- Donald Trump was elected after getting more votes in the electoral college
- Waleed Aly was told the mood in New York City was like that after 9/11
- The election of Donald Trump has caused widespread protests against him
The mood in New York City after Donald Trump won the presidential election has been compared to the aftermath of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Waleed Aly has been in America covering the election and was in the city after the result came through.
People were trying to come to terms with the fact Trump had been elected – walking around dazed, shocked and crying.
Thousands of demonstrators protest anticipated immigration policies of president-elect Donald Trump during a march
‘I spoke to a journalist there who said something that completely shocked me,’ The Project host said while speaking to 2DayFM.
‘He said it kind of felt like the day after 9/11 because everyone was walking around not really believing what had just happened.
‘They’d wake up and go, “That was not a dream that was real”, and try to have to come to terms with it.’
The term 9/11 refers to the September 11, 2001 terror attacks in New York when terrorists hijacked commercial airplanes and crashed them into the World Trade Centre’s Twin Towers, killing almost 3,000 people.
Since Trump, the Republican candidate, was elected by winning the electoral college vote there have been large-scale protests in major cities across the United States.
That included in New York City, where a majority voted for Democrat candidate Hillary Clinton, who won the popular vote.
Aly noted that Trump’s messages since being elected seemed to have ‘moderated’, but that it was ‘too late’ for that.
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