No speech from Clinton tonight

Hilary Clinton’s Campaign Manager John Podesta announces, the democratic presidential candidate will not be speaking tonight.

Her camp also says the election is still too close to call.

Clinton supporters in a New York rally have been advised to go home and get some sleep.

“We’ll have more to say tomorrow,” they were told.

Votes are still being counted but Clinton now has the harder path to victory.

So far, Trump's electoral college vote has reached 245, while Clinton's electoral college vote stands at 218.

Trump is just 25 electoral college votes short.

A presidential candidate needs a total of 270 electoral college votes to win the U.S. presidency.

Topics: US , vote , Clinton , Trump
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