Social media reaction to the presidential election

- Social media is buzzing during the election of 2016. Among the tweets were celebrities taking to Twitter to voice their opinions and support for the candidates.

Singer Lady Gaga tweeted a photo of herself with Lena Dunham.

Singer Katy Perry tweeted: 

Actress and comedian Amy Schumer took to Instagram saying that whatever happens we are in this together.


Whatever happens. No one can take this moment away from us!

A photo posted by @amyschumer on



The Hillary Clinton campaign tweeted a heartwarming photo with a simple thank you: 

Ivanka Trump tweeted a photo at the Trump HQ watching the votes come in.

And earlier...

Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine posted this before the results were in.

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