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Tess McClure is an editor and writer based in New York. She has reported for The Guardian, Vice, RNZ and Stuff.
Yesterday's celebrations over Donald Trump's election loss were a rare moment of unalloyed joy in what has been a miserable year. But the happiness was tempered with fear for a bitterly divided nation.
In the days leading up to election day, fear and uncertainty ripple through America. Tess McClure, a US-based New Zealand journalist, reports on the mood from Pennsylvania and New York.
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