Germany is weary of the "voice of anger" Donald Trump, a senior member of the Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservative party has said.
The billionaire businessman is projected to have won 248 electoral college votes, with 270 needed to win the race to the White House.
Speaking on German radio, Norbert Roettgen said: "We're realising now that we have no idea what this American president will do if the voice of anger enters office and the voice of anger becomes the most powerful man in the world."
He added: "Geopolitically we are in a very uncertain situation."
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