Watch Donald Trump's Presidential Victory Speech

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After receiving word that he had won the 2016 Presidential Election and a phone call congratulating him on his victory from Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump addressed his crowd of supporters to give his victory speech.

In his speech, Trump promised to bring America together especially the two major political parties in the U.S. He also stated that every American will have the opportunity to realize his or her true potential. From rebuilding the infrastructure to taking care of the veterans, Trump made a series of promises that caused his supporters to cheer with intensity.

Trump said that he and his team have a great economical plans but it should be noted that he strategically said, "we will get along with all other nations, willing to get a long with us." He added that America will deal fairly with everyone in the world and pushed for partnership, not conflict.

You can hear Donald Trump's speech in it's entirety in the RUPTLY video below.

Watch Donald Trump's Presidential Victory Speech

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