NEW YORK — Supporters of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump couldn’t hold back their emotions on election night — and they couldn’t be more different.
By 1:30 a.m., Trump held the lead with 264 votes from the Electoral College and Clinton had 215.
Though the election was too close to call, with multiple swing states still on the table, supporters of both candidates openly shared their emotions.
At Clinton’s headquarters at the Jacob Javits Center, fans hugged each other as they cried.
Trump supporters gathered at the Hilton New York and outside Trump Tower, where the Republican candidate announced his campaign in June 2015.
Battleground states including Michigan, Wisconsin and Arizona were still too close to call by 1:30 a.m.
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