On election day men and women brought their daughters and sons to polling places in anticipation of history.
The anxiety had been palatable all night. In fact, it could be staunchly felt through the city streets all week. Monday traffic seemed particularly harsh and irregular.
Jewish voters are firmly on the progressive side of the national divide with a 70% to 25% Democrat-to-Republican margin.
“Make America Great Again” and “America First,” slogans which Trump came up with himself, captured the mood.
Now America will celebrate the promise to be great again.
Renewing her support for her nation despite her loss, she wrapped up her campaign.
The mood at the Clinton rally in Manhattan underwent a dramatic shift as the evening wore on
Tuesday should have been a watershed moment for every American girl who is still – in 2016! – told that she should know her place.
Trump supporters in Jerusalem gathered at iconic local bar and seemed almost surprised their candidate had done so well.
This election has clearly unsettled no small number of Jews in the U.S., and a share of those watching it unfold from abroad, as well.