President-elect Donald Trump dominates headlines and cartoonists’ attention

After yesterday’s battle for the Presidency which saw Donald Trump claim the win, newspapers across the world have had their say, splashing images of US President-elect Donald Trump across their front pages.

Fairfax Media’s The Age went big with an image from Trump’s acceptance speech last night.


News Corp’s The Daily Telegraph said what we were all thinking on its front page.


And the Tele’s cartoon sums up Trump’s infamous wall comments.


Fairfax Media’s The Sydney Morning Herald calls the Trump win a ‘Revolution’ on its front page.



The Australian Financial Review also went with ‘revolution’ as the key theme

The Australian’s Bill Leak has also had his say about the election result.

And below is a selection of international front pages and cartoons.


Donald Trump - New York Times

A temblar- Trump


#ElectionNight #Election2016 #ClintonVsTrump @globalcartoons

— ygreck (@ygreck) November 9, 2016


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