Watch: Hillary Clinton’s Concession Speech

Published: Wednesday 9th Nov 2016 by David
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are tightening their grips on the Democratic and Republican presidential nominations.

Hillary Clinton has accepted defeat.

After learning that her former friend turned political rival Donald Trump had secured enough votes to become the President of the United States, Mrs. Clinton took to New York City to deliver an emotive concession speech.

It was inspiring to say the least.
Watch below…

Your thoughts?

Posted under:

Comments 54

Please Post Your Comments & Reviews

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

  1. FAKE SONGWRITING CREDITS November 9, 2016

    So Beyonce is not as influential as her PR made us believe, LMAOOOOO.

    • Um. November 9, 2016

      Hillary did win the popular vote. More people voted for her, but even if she didn’t, you sound dumb as fuuccccckkkk.

      • Jamie November 9, 2016

        Dumber than dumb

      • XoMoDe November 9, 2016

        Clinton only won the popular vote by 2 points.

      • Hmmm… Fvck Donald Trump. Not My President November 9, 2016

        @XiMoDe What the hell are you talking about? At the very minimum, Clinton has over 100,000 more votes…

      • XoMoDe November 9, 2016

        Points, sweetheart. I said points. 100,000 more votes would only account for a few points in the context of millions of votes. Clinton’s popular vote percentage is 48%, Trump’s was 47%. For all intents and purposes, that’s tied, despite the 233,743 more votes she had over him. Again, MILLIONS voted – not thousands. Is it sinking in? Are you starting to get it now? You weren’t prepared for this conversation.

      • Hmmm… Fvck Donald Trump. Not My President November 9, 2016

        The original unit of measure, in the referenced comment, is in votes, and it’s in votes to intentionally emphasize the majority (which is still interpreted in the context of millions, by the way). Which you then, intentionally, converted to points. A win is a win. Nonetheless, The votes aren’t finished being counted, though, and the percentage point, (which would be more indicative than that stunt you just tried to pull), gap between Hillary and Trump will widen.

    • @ASAPicon November 9, 2016

      Are you seriously trying to put this on Beyonce…. I mean come on, I know this is a music blog, but this is a political topic… How old are people that come here?

    • Amerikkka’s Most Wanted ~ Tyler November 9, 2016

      Please stop trying to be f****** funny. This is a serious topic but you wanna talk about Beyonce…

    • Bb88345 November 9, 2016

      I think that it’s amazing that everybody’s fave was campaigning for Hilary, but of course Beyoncé name is the only one mention. Lol I don’t think people realize that mentioning Beyonce’s name is showing that she really is that b****

    • Yoncé The Great November 9, 2016

      You know you that b**** when you cause all this conversation.

      • Sebastian November 9, 2016

        for a post in That Grape Juice you said “that conversation”? get familiar with the real world.

    • Sebastian November 9, 2016

      “I’m gonna vote Hillary because Beyonce told me” lmao imagine thinking that’s real. Celebs are for entertainment, not politics. They look dumb.

      • Amerikkka’s Most Wanted ~ Tyler November 9, 2016

        That’s not why most people voted for Hilary….but mkay

  2. LB November 9, 2016


    I think she contributed to the damage of Hillary’s campaign, she made Hillary seem more elitist and more out of touch with the ordinary voters. Hillary should have read the mood based on the type of voters that were supporting Bernie. She was way out of touch.

    Plus the other issue too is white males are freaking out about the changes taking place, Blacks are becoming more affluent and moving up the social structure, the country is becoming more liberal, Latinos are changing the demographic landscape and Muslim immigrants are moving in. So many changes in the country for racist whites to handle, this is a sort of clap-back attempt by them.

    • Blue Ivy Rod November 9, 2016

      I agree with LB, WE ALL underestimated WHITE TEARS and FRUSTRATION. A Retaliation of social justice and political correctness they have endured since Obama first started. If she had focused on the economy as well as social justice then she probably would have won by a landslide but Trump knew the power that ignorant minds and coons have

  3. Sharp November 9, 2016

    It doesn’t matter who won, because Donald Trump has a woken people’s true colors and America is now more divided than ever.

    • keepit100 November 9, 2016

      Somebody gets it..

  4. I can’t November 9, 2016

    You know how some cities have goats and dogs and cats as mayors and shiit? I wouldn’t be surprised if our next president was a rabbit. Or a robot. Or a paper clip. Or a ball of lint. I would not be surprised.

  5. Bitchpleaseeee November 9, 2016

    People are just sick and tired of typical politicians that’s all. God bless ????

    • Speak November 9, 2016

      Let me guess, you voted for Drumf?

    • SnowBunny November 9, 2016

      My dad voted for Trump 🙁 His reasoning was he’s tired of politicians and he’s ready for something different. My father is pretty moderate and he even voted for Obama the first time around, but he’s unhappy and would never vote for Hillary. My mom didn’t even vote 🙁

      • Yoncé The Great November 9, 2016

        Your family is dumb as hell.

    • Speak November 9, 2016

      Thank goodness you have that gas mask, because you punk ass is going to need it.

    • Paulo November 9, 2016

      the irony of this comment is that people are voting the core typical politicians – they’re just dressed up as groundbreaking/outsiders/clowns now. it’s happening all over the globe and it’s scary.

  6. SnowBunny November 9, 2016

    America desperately wants change! How do you think Obama won two terms? He had people fired up and ready for change but unfortunately he lost a lot of his supporters mainly white women! America has spoken and no I did not vote for Trump!!! #Arizona

  7. HailLegendBeysus November 9, 2016

    LMFAOOOO at the two top comments displaying their stupidity and hatred for Beyoncé!
    Beyoncé didn’t hurt Hillary’s campaign, she won the popular vote. It’s the electoral votes that determine OUR President! Next month the Electoral College will vote and truly determine who our next President is!

    • Blue Ivy Rod November 9, 2016

      It isn’t Beyonce’s or Hilary’s fault but those two showing up together must have riled up the older more closeted racist crowd. Remember they were mad at all the pro black stuff Beyonce was doing so this hurt her image, she should have been more neutral when it came to celebrity sponsors.

  8. Career Ender November 9, 2016

    can’t wait to see his relationship with Putin

    • Snf November 9, 2016


  9. Mark111 November 9, 2016

    We live in a last recall society. This whole election was filled with drama, but all we remember was the last final week, which was Hillary was under investigation over emails AGAIN. That was the small part, the other part was the left were divided while the right were solid. You see how quickly the right went from against Trump to supporting him? There was no one talking about writing in someone’s name. The left were still fighting over Bernie, even tho it been months that he lost the primaries. You had the Black community divided, some thinking Hillary just wanted votes and dip. We thought the Latinos would help, but most are not citizens and some were for Trump as well. Any White women are just dumb, their whole culture is to depend on a man. So no surprises there.
    The truth is, racist Whites don’t take days off of hating. We as the people must get to work and take the country back in the next 2/4 years.

  10. Career Ender November 9, 2016

    I was rooting for you Hillary
    maybe Trump wouldn’t be that bad hey……. maybe…….

  11. Paulo November 9, 2016

    “The other part was the left were divided while the right were solid.” time and time and time again……

  12. Keri Qween November 9, 2016

    Get rid of the electoral college

  13. Hmmm… Fvck Donald Trump. Not My President November 9, 2016

    Our governors get elected by popular vote but not the president. Electoral votes do work in favor of those in rural areas. Last time this happened was when Bush beat Gore even though Gore got more votes. I don’t think we’ll be keeping the college for much longer. Prepare for the debates.

  14. Blue Ivy Rod November 9, 2016

    Even though Republicans had won they have to be careful how they move within the next 4 years. Hilary won the popular vote, meaning people lean towards more liberal progressive reforms, if they try anything stupid like reversing or not breaking policies that affect certain groups then dont be surprised if a revolution comes about

  15. Um. November 9, 2016

    So apparently, Trump called for a revolution when he thought Obama won by the electoral college in 2012. He also called it a sham and a disaster for democracy. DEATH.

  16. B_Roni November 9, 2016

    I don’t like Hillary and I don’t like trump. Secondly a lot of you are in the same boat as trump cause you say things worse than he says. I Did vote for Hillary because she is the lesser of two evils but just by talking to a lot friends and coworkers, a lot of them voted libertarian. I just hope he doesn’t go against Japan or China . If he starts something with them or Russia then it’s over.

  17. Suicide Blonde November 9, 2016

    I’m still shocked that she didn’t win, she worked so hard. Americans are truly the dumbest people on earth, the whole world is laughing at us and rightfully so.

    • Sophia November 9, 2016

      We aren’t laughing, we are sad and shocked with you. Our leadership isn’t the best here in Belize either. Our economy is going to hell.

    • Paulo November 9, 2016

      no one is laughing cause whether we like it or not, USA still runs things. no one wants to deal with Trump.

    • Amerikkka’s Most Wanted ~ Tyler November 9, 2016

      She won the popular vote though! The electoral college voted for Trump. That’s exactly how Bush beat Trump. They’re the dumb ones.

      • HailLegendBeysus November 9, 2016

        The Electoral College hasn’t voted yet. They vote every 1st Wednesday in December, 2 weeks after the Presidential Elections.

  18. Taylor swifts number 1 fan!!! November 9, 2016

    One of the greatest days of American history happened today!

    My president is Donald trump

    • HailLegendBeysus November 9, 2016

      Didn’t you say you were from The UK tho????

      • Amerikkka’s Most Wanted ~ Tyler November 9, 2016

        Lol right!

      • Taylor swifts number 1 fan!!! November 9, 2016

        I am! I was just joking. Londoner here 🙂

        People are so over the top about the result. I just had to annoy them further lol.

      • Amerikkka’s Most Wanted ~ Tyler November 9, 2016

        Sure you are

  19. Biting Truth November 9, 2016

    I’m glad he won. I’m tired of PC crybabies and SJW bulls#it. When every joke is “racist,” when every flirt is “sexist,” when every Halloween costume or hairstyle is “cultural appropriation,” when every time a man is asked about the special lady in his life it’s “homophobic,” when a cartoon makes you need a “safe space” and every little comment is “offensive,” you will get Trump for a president. The left did this to themselves. YOU ALL created Trump. Own it.

    • Amerikkka’s Most Wanted ~ Tyler November 9, 2016

      You’re clearly a part of the Klan.

      • Biting Truth November 9, 2016

        Nope. I’m part of the general public who is tired of fragile millennial leftist liberal arts dropout bullsh#t. Apparently I’m not the only one. Hell, you saw what happened last night. The backlash is here.

      • Amerikkka’s Most Wanted ~ Tyler November 9, 2016

        No, you are a part of the Klan. Now that trump in president you feel as though you can openly express your predjuice. Thats the only reason why you voted for him. You went against your own best interests just so you could vote for some dumb ass radical with no filter.

  20. King November 9, 2016

    I think this was all a set up. First Bernie sanders had a higher percentage than Hilary and they still picked her (dnc) . Like I said before if Bernie was running he would have easily defeated trump. Everyone knew that Bernie had a chance they all knew. They predicted this in February if trump goes against Hilary she will loose.

  21. We Nowqd Redv dibut it ash trjoan ivy blobukz Need UK timely Ukuno eremixil November 10, 2016


Recommended Posts