Matt Flegenheimer and Michael Barbaro, reporting for the NYT:
For Mrs. Clinton, the defeat signaled an astonishing end to a political dynasty that has colored Democratic politics for a generation. Eight years after losing to President Obama in the Democratic primary — and 16 years after leaving the White House for the United States Senate, as President Bill Clinton exited office — she had seemed positioned to carry on two legacies: her husband’s and the president’s.
Her shocking loss was a devastating turn for the sprawling world of Clinton aides and strategists who believed they had built an electoral machine that would swamp Mr. Trump’s ragtag band of loyal operatives and family members, many of whom had no experience running a national campaign.
It's unfathomable to me that the President-Elect is a man not endorsed by a single major newspaper, but by the KKK. Trump is a man who mocks and disparages minorities—women, LGBT, people of color, and people with disabilities—who's going to run America for the next four years.