Wednesday morning, the identity of Obama’s successor is not yet known. Indeed, the race for the White House is still valid but the gap is widening between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, with an advantage for the Republican candidate. While waiting to know the person who will lead the United States, Lady Gaga and Katy Perry have made their voices heard on Twitter. Non Stop People tells you more.
After eight years at the head of the United States, Barack Obama goes hand. This Tuesday, November 8, 2016, Americans went to the polls to elect their 45th president. Before the big day, some citizens had already voted through early voting. During more than ten months, Americans have seen a presidential campaign for the less chaotic between the two candidates in the race for White House: Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton . If the first chained attacks against his opponent, the second received the support of many stars, from Madonna to Beyoncé via Justin Timberlake.
“NOTHING CAN STOP US”
Hillary Clinton, great friend of the stars, also relied on the mobilization of Lady Gaga , who added appearances in recent days. The singer and ex-girlfriend of Taylor Kinney now follows this great election night. Indeed, she posted on Twitter a message full of hope as Donald Trump widens the gap facing Hillary Clinton with 244 electoral votes against 215 for the Democratic candidate. “I am in a room full of hope, we will be heard. Nothing can stop us . #Lesviesnoirescomptent. Let us stand for kindness, equality and love,” she posted on legend a photo where she poses with an African-American citizen. Katy Perry retweeted this post by adding the following comment: “We will never be silent.”