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A man who fired an assault rifle in a pizza restaurant in Washington DC said he was investigating a conspiracy theory about Clinton.Read the full story ›
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The former presidential hopeful said Comey's public announcements about her email server probe was a 'turning point' in the race.Read the full story ›
The US presidency is more than just political leadership - the person who holds that role is also the country's Head of State.
It is for this reason that the result of Tuesday's election has sparked such passion among American voters.
But while some have taken to the streets in protest at the election of Donald Trump, others told ITV News they believe actions speak louder than words - and they're willing to give him a chance to show his true colours.
ITV News at Ten presenter Tom Bradby reports:
- Video report by ITV News International Affairs Editor Rageh Omaar
US President-elect Donald Trump has made it clear that he is not in favour of free trade.
During his election campaign he frequently spoke about the damage he believes America's trade deals have caused, claiming they have led to thousands of job losses and the destruction of the manufacturing sector.
Mr Trump has also said he will put up barriers to free trade, especially exports from China and Mexico.