Hillary Clinton concedes
Donald Trump is on the verge of winning the presidency, after capturing the Democratic bastion of Wisconsin and moving within two electoral votes of the White House.
Hillary Clinton called Trump to concede the race, according to sources
A Trump win would be a historic victory for outsiders and represent a stunning repudiation of Washington's political establishment. The GOP nominee picked up crucial battleground states earlier including Florida, North Carolina and Ohio.
Trump has 268 electoral votes compared to 215 electoral votes for Clinton, according to CNN projections.
The victories are stunning for a candidate long seen as unlikely to win the presidency. Hillary Clinton's campaign was confident it was competitive in places like Florida and North Carolina and even sought to expand the map with recent visits to traditionally Republican states such as Arizona.
Clinton pulled out desperately needed wins in Virginia, Nevada and Colorado. Still, ran into a much stronger than expected challenge from Trump in the Midwest.