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Donald Trump pulls ahead in US presidential race, say exit polls

Florida, which holds for 29 electoral votes, gave Trump a much necessary lead for Trump who was laging behind Clinton on Electoral votes
The various reports predicting that the Republican nominee will be denied the White House allegedly pushing the Trump supporters to go for ‘another revolutionary war’

In a decisive turnout for the most debated presidential election in the US, Republican Nominee and businessman Donald Trump took over a firm grip over his rival Democrat Clinton by winning Florida.

Florida, which holds for 29 electoral votes gave Trump a much necessary lead for Trump who was laging behind Clinton on Electoral votes. Now Trump leads with 264 with electoral votes against Hillary’s 215.

The Republican nominee has 50% popular votes where Clinton lags with 46%.

When results from 3 of the decisive swing states are out, Trump won the 2 taking a firm grip over Clinton.

Of 538 electoral votes,winning candidate needs 270 to clinch the presidency.

Latest reports show that Trump won the Nebraska and Georgia with 16 electoral votes when Clinton managed to get Oregon.

The atmosphere at Clinton headquarters is seen to be down with latest turnout of results

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