Hillary Clinton is delivering her concession speech on the morning after Donald Trump's stunning 2016 election victory.
Instead of delivering an acceptance speech under the symbolic glass ceiling inside New York City's Jacob K. Javits Convention Center on election night, the Democratic presidential nominee will be addressing her supporters from the New Yorker Hotel in Midtown on Wednesday morning. The speech was scheduled for 10:30 a.m. ET after being pushed back one hour.
Clinton's speech is expected to be a forward-looking address and one that will communicate a message of healing. CNN reports that she will be greeted by applause from her invited staffers and reporters.
Clinton conceded the presidency to Trump in a private phone call early Wednesday morning, an unpredicted end to a campaign that appeared poised right up until Election Day to make her the nation's first female president. She called Trump after it became clear that the celebrity businessman had won enough states to capture the White House.
She did not make an appearance for her supporters gathered at at Javits on Tuesday night. Instead, Clinton's campaign chairman John Podesta addressed the despondent audience in brief remarks at 2 a.m., instructing them to go home. "We're still counting votes and every vote should count," he said. "Several states are still close to call and we're not going to have anything more to say tonight."
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