The world awakes to possibility of Donald Trump as US president

Donald Trump is currently leading the race at the US presidential elections since the polls opened on Tuesday.

In what has come as a surprise to the world, Americans have woken to the possibility of the controversial Republican candidate and billionaire businessman as president.

Trump's opponent, former secretary of state Hillary Clinton, would be the first woman to be elected as president of the global powerhouse if she wins.

These elections have been riddled with scandals that threatened to unravel campaigns of both candidates.

We still have nine states to go. There's this sense of holding on but there's a lot of anxious faces.

Nadia Neophytou, EWN correspondent

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