It's official: Donald Trump is going to be the 45th President of the United States of America (no, really). But as you can see below, people around the world have, well, let's say "mixed feelings" about that idea. Check out this hilarious list of reactions to the US presidential election results to see what we mean. Compiled by Bored Panda, you're sure to find something to smile about in here. Like him or loathe him, The Donald is here to stay, but that doesn't mean we can't laugh at him! Don't forget to pun intended.

#1 Fair


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Frimpong Poku-Dankwa 2 years ago

hhahahahahhaa meanie!

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#2 Motivation Time

Motivation Time

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Amanda Panda 2 years ago

Why not? Apparently it works! This election broke my brain!

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#3 The Whole World Right Now:

The Whole World Right Now:

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Hans 2 years ago

Haha...this GIF works on many political actions that were to be witnessed lately.

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#4 Orange Is The New Black

Orange Is The New Black

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Anna Brandigi 2 years ago

If you replace his eyelids with his lips he will look the same

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#5 We Have To Go Back!

We Have To Go Back!


Luis Eres 2 years ago

Great one!!!! Hahahahahaha

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#6 Indeed


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Diego Martínez 2 years ago

Colombia: Noobs.

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#7 Meanwhile At Canadian Borders...

Meanwhile At Canadian Borders...

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Amanda Panda 2 years ago

90 minutes after Hillary conceded, the Canadian Immigration site crashed.... that's pretty telling.

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#8 Experience Not Required

Experience Not Required

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Kayla Beck 2 years ago

“Trump has no idea how to be a world leader.” He sure does not. But think of it this way: the US executive branch needs to have expertise in about 1,000 things, and no president comes into office as an expert in more than a tenth of those things. The president’s job is to bring in a large team of experts to fill in the 90% that he or she doesn’t know about. For Trump, maybe that number is 98% instead of 90%. But our executive branch will be run by a large group of people, not just Trump, and as a whole they’ll have all the expertise of any other administration. Sure, the president has a lot of say and does have a significant amount of individual power, and that’s a bit terrifying when it comes to Trump—but I’m encouraged by both his experience running a large, complex company and his surprisingly adult choice of Pence as a running mate. I’d predict that President Trump is all about surrounding himself with experts who know very well how to run the executive branch.

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#9 No Caption Needed

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Kipper Mcgee 2 years ago

"Before henfinds out Im french."

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#10 All Europeans Waking Up

All Europeans Waking Up

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Arty 2 years ago

it was something like that when I heard the news at the radio from my bed this morning...

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