The unthinkable has happened and Donald Trump has beaten Hillary Clinton in the race for US presidency.
But, for those who are still in shock, social media may offer a small shred of comfort, as people take to Twitter to rally together in the face of the news.
You can read some of the more positive reactions below:
Some focused on the good results to come out of last night’s election
While others reminded us of the challenges we have already overcome
We have survived racism, sexism, Jim Crow and slavery. We're gonna have to survive through this like we always have. Together. 👊🏾— Nicole C. Brooks (@Nicole_camara) November 9, 2016
We survived colonization.— Brotha B (@BlakeDontCrack) November 9, 2016
We survived the middle passage.
We survived chattel slavery.
We will survive a Donald Trump presidency.
The positive element from all this is that we can no longer pretend that we are free of racism & sexism. The question is, what do we do now?— Jessica Chastain (@jes_chastain) November 9, 2016
People vowed to stand together and unite with love
Dear Muslims, Immigrants, Women, Disabled, and All People of Color,— Shaun King (@ShaunKing) November 9, 2016
I love you - boldly and proudly. We will endure. We will not break.
This result is why we're going to keep going, because hatred should never win. Love your communities, love your friends, love people.— GIRL GANG SHEFFIELD (@GIRLGANGSHEFF) November 9, 2016
Others shared simple and uplifting messages of hope
Good morning. I love you. No matter what happens, we're gonna get through this. Everything is going to be ok.— Travis, Possibly Illuminati, Not Sure How To Tell (@travismcelroy) November 8, 2016
I love my country no matter what happens tonight. We're going to be ok, and we need to unite as a country that has been so divided.— jenna (@keepingupwithjv) November 9, 2016
People rallied together to insist they would continue to fight the good fight
I'm taking tonight to grieve for minorities, women, immigrants, muslims & the LGBTQ community but tomorrow I'm waking up ready to fight.— Jesse Tyler Ferguson (@jessetyler) November 9, 2016
The tributes to Hillary Clinton rolled in
You see Hillary's supporters proudly post online about their vote. Trump's supporters are so quiet.. Implies even they know it's shameful— Kelsey Merritt (@kelsmerritt) November 9, 2016
And, of course, there was humour...