For many Americans — roughly half, in fact — the clocks have turned back more than the federally established one hour this week. In the early hours of Nov. 9, the presidential race was called for Donald J. Trump, causing a number of American citizens to panic.
Despite winning the popular vote and being the most searched-for candidate during the election cycle, Hillary Clinton was defeated by Trump with just 228 electoral votes. Trump was awarded 279.
With isolationist ideals, anti-immigration policies, a stance against reproductive rights for women, and staunch remarks made against the LGBT+ communities, a Trump presidency could set us back 50 years, some say.