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Live updates: Trump meets Obama at the White House

US President elect Donald Trump has met with President Barack Obama at the White House following yesterday's election victory.

Mr Trump said he had discussed "a lot of situations, including some difficulties" with the serving President - and said he looked forward to more meetings together.

In other developments:

  • Thousands of protesters across the US have taken to the streets in demonstrations against Republican Donald Trump's victory
  • Theresa May and Donald Trump held their first talks this afternoon.
  • The European Commission President said he hopes Trump will outline his position on key issues such as trade, relations with Nato and climate change "in the next few months".
  • Yesterday Hillary Clinton said Trump must be given a 'chance to lead'
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Farage: World on verge of two political revolutions

Former Ukip leader Nigel Farage has said that if the US elects Republican Donald Trump as president it will be "bigger than Brexit".

Speaking to ITV News outside the US embassy in London, Mr Farage said 2016 could be the "the year of two great political revolutions".

He added that he was not surprised by how well Mr Trump was doing because "the political class is reviled across much of the West".

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