Some may be seriously worried about any future if their preferred candidate loses.
It happened here in 1997. We woke up one morning to find the biggest PR machine of recent times had conned a generation and some older ones who should have known better. Blair was now in the driving seat.
The apprehension among those who had an idea what Blair was was very real indeed, and proved correct upon every action this maggot took.
Personally on hearing the result I felt like throwing up and that feeling of nausea took days to ease off.
There is major difference between 1997 here and the next 24/36 hours in America.
In 1997 Blair faced an incompetent idiot who along with his party had a collective political suicide wish. He also had a generation of new voters just turned adults in law who had known nothing but tory mismanagement for 18 years. It was easy to lie to them with a promise of a normal future.
Today In America the party in power is not faced with an incompetent halfwit facing off against the current administrations candidate.
It's not over until it's over as the saying goes, from my own contacts who have been conversing directly with Trump we know he is no fool and he is serious about the role. He is a quick learner and experience will be given by those around him.
And should dirty tricks like those used here recently to rig elections be used....the various safeguards currently available to law BEFORE anyone is sworn in are waiting to be executed.
The Democrats are not facing an incompetent halfwit challenger....Blair had it easy, Hilary will not