Newspaper Headlines From Around The World React To Donald Trump's Victory

The Boston Globe

The Boston Globe

Newspapers around the world have responded by covering Donald Trump's election win with front pages displaying various levels of shock and disbelief.

The New York Post

The New York Post

Obviously, of the front pages you've seen so far are ones from close to home, where the United States is concerned, but as you will see, the rest of the globe certainly followed the events with keen interest.

Corriere Della Sera, Italy

Corriere Della Sera, Italy

The events in the States were covered in Italy....

Ethnos, Greece

Ethnos, Greece

...And also in neighboring Greece...

El Periodico, Spain

El Periodico, Spain

"God Forgive America" exclaimed the Spanish.

The Mirror, United Kingdom

The Mirror, United Kingdom

"What have they done?" asked many across the Atlantic.

Le Journal de Quebec, Canada

Le Journal de Quebec, Canada

Many of those across the northern border were similarly shocked by the realization that The Donald will be the 45th President of the USA.

Le Figaro, France

Le Figaro, France

For those who don't have a lot of French, "L'ouragan" means "The Hurricane" (or cyclone, typhoon, etc).

El Grafico, Mexico

El Grafico, Mexico

It should be pretty obvious how the editors of this publication on the other side of the would-be wall felt about the situation!

O Povo, Brazil

O Povo, Brazil

The translation; "Trump surprises and wins". The graphic design and layout; we think you can figure that one out for yourself...

Het Parool, Netherlands

Het Parool, Netherlands

Interestingly, this publication appeared to be far less critical than the others we've already seen. The translation is "The hero of forgotten America".

Daily News, New York

Daily News, New York

In New York, this front page made it very clear that not everybody wanted their home town boy in the White House - as if that weren't apparent already...

Die Welt, Germany

Die Welt, Germany

"The world has turned upside down" say parts of Germany. This area of the world has an interesting relationship with the President-Elect. Trump (Drumpf) is known to be proud of his German heritage, however, many of those with a family relationship have distanced themselves from him amid reports they are embarrassed to be associated with the 45th President.

Excelsior, Mexico

Excelsior, Mexico

More Mexicans getting nervous... "Start trembling!"

Daily Telegraph, Australia

Daily Telegraph, Australia

This Australian publication was anything but subtle when displaying their surprise.

Montgomery Advertiser, Alabama

Montgomery Advertiser, Alabama

In Alabama, they went for an extreme close-up to help readers "believe it".

Aftenposten, Norway

Aftenposten, Norway

The Norwegians were straight-up with how they viewed the Trump election win. "We are afraid now" reads the translation.

Metro, Brazil

Metro, Brazil

Rio de Janeiro's Metro cleverly got Pink Floyd invovled with a headlines that roughyl translates as "Trump raises his wall".

Hamburger MorgenPost, Germany

Hamburger MorgenPost, Germany

...A little more German shame perhaps...?

Liberation, France

Liberation, France

This one just says it all. There are many people, at home and abroad, who feel like Trump's motives for wanting to assume the post of the leader of the free world are less than admirable. Some people legitimately suggest that Trump is a psychopath.

His body language when talking with President Obama was one of superiority. Trump clearly doesn't lack confidence and isn't afraid to tell a lie. This is why so many people are worried and scared. These front pages tell that story.