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Sean Hannity reacted to the election of Donald J. Trump as the 45th president of the United States, on Wednesday:

"The voice of you... it has finally been heard...very loud and very clear. Because of you speaking so loudly... the establishment is terrified and they should be," he said.

"The politicians, the elite media, the global elite, all in shock of Donald Trump's historic victory yesterday. They were all wrong, making this one of the greatest upsets in American history."

Hannity said that Trump's success was a product of "peace and prosperity" being the main drivers of elections.

"Fifty-eight percent [of voters] said they are not satisfied with the direction of the country," he said, "[The United States has] the lowest labor participation rate since the 1970s-- 95 million people [are] out of the labor force."

He later addressed the politicians directly: "I don't care if you have an (R) before your name or a (D) before your name-- you either get on board solving these problems for these suffering Americans or I'm done with you."

"Be bold, be courageous, show vision or get out of the way," Hannity said.

Watch Hannity's full remarks above and let us know what you think in the comments.


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