CKNW’s Estefania Durán is in Mexico City following the U.S. presidential election results as they come in.
There’s no doubt there’s an anxious atmosphere as all of Mexico watches.
On every radio station, every TV channel, every newspaper, and every corner you can hear talk of the presidential race that will go down in history.
One man says tonight will be remembered as either the night the U.S. saw its first female president, or as the night Mexico’s heart sank for having Trump as president.
Fear and anger are some of the words being used by people in Mexico City, given Trump’s controversial comments in the past.
Due to Mexico’s strong economic ties with the U.S., the result of the election could change the future of the country.
If Trump is victorious tonight, many say they will not step foot in the U.S. again.
Víctor Castro - a Mexican/American tells me he's found the campaign entertaining - but he says tonight is the night it stops being funny pic.twitter.com/USw5hhGECD— Estefania Duran (@DuranCKNW980) November 9, 2016