Thousands of anti-Trump protesters chanting 'not my President' gathered in cities across the country tonight as anger intensified over the shock victory.
By the time this newspaper is in your hands or on your screen, it will (hopefully) be over.
The 2016 presidential election has been called “such epic ugliness” (by New York Times columnist Frank Bruni), “the worst election ever” (by Mother Jones) and “a horrifying glimpse at Satan’s Pinterest board” (by comedian and political commentator John Oliver).
'The president has offered clemency to a substantial number of Americans who were previously serving time in federal prisons,' Earnest said.
As the snow falls an array of animals start using it as the Boxer watches forlornly through the window (top left and top right).
The next morning Bridget sprints out to use it for the first time (bottom left) but her joy turns to shock as cheeky Buster has the last laugh and uses her new toy before her (bottom right).
Today it can be revealed that the advert tells the story of a little girl called Bridget who loves to jump.
Set to a cover version of 'One Day I'll Fly Away', her mother and father buy her a trampoline, toiling while she sleeps to build it before hiding it in the garden to surprise her with on Christmas Day.
We also lose Saturn and regain Mercury in November as Venus and Mars, opposites in myth, behave in a similar, steady manner.A Boxer called Buster is the star of the £7million campaign and the dog, played by a four-year-old called Biff, steals the show with the help of an acrobatic group of animals including foxes, a badger, a hedgehog and some squirrels.Read More With today’s poisonous politics, it’s worth noting the passing at 87 last month of Josephine Regala Yadao De Luz, a former Hawaii island councilwoman who exemplified civility and class in public office.Read More We will have the biggest, brightest full moon in decades in November.John Lewis told Mail Online it has tried to inject more fun into the commercial because 2016 has proved to be a 'tough' year for Britain and it acknowledged that last year's Man On The Moon was 'a bit sad'.Even though Hillary Clinton (left) hasn't been charged with a crime, the White House is not ruling out the possibility of her receiving a last-minute pardon from President Obama (right).