WATCH: Hillary Clinton Concedes Presidential Race To Donald Trump

Former President Bill Clinton applauds as his wife, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks in New York, Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2016. Clinton conceded the presidency to Donald Trump in a phone call early Wednesday morning, a stunning end to a campaign that appeared poised right up until Election Day to make her the first woman elected U.S. president. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)
Former President Bill Clinton applauds as his wife, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks in New York, Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2016. Clinton conceded the presidency to Donald Trump in a phone call early Wednesday morning, a stunning end to a campaign that appeared poised right up until Election Day to make her the first woman elected U.S. president. Andrew Harnik/AP
Former President Bill Clinton applauds as his wife, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks in New York, Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2016. Clinton conceded the presidency to Donald Trump in a phone call early Wednesday morning, a stunning end to a campaign that appeared poised right up until Election Day to make her the first woman elected U.S. president. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)
Former President Bill Clinton applauds as his wife, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks in New York, Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2016. Clinton conceded the presidency to Donald Trump in a phone call early Wednesday morning, a stunning end to a campaign that appeared poised right up until Election Day to make her the first woman elected U.S. president. Andrew Harnik/AP

WATCH: Hillary Clinton Concedes Presidential Race To Donald Trump

Hillary Clinton is conceding defeat to President-elect Donald Trump, capping off one of the biggest upsets in modern political history.


The Democratic nominee is speaking from the New Yorker Hotel in midtown Manhattan — a much different venue from last night where she’ll give a much different speech than she had hoped to deliver.

The former Secretary of State and first major female party presidential nominee had planned to deliver her election night speech on a stage shaped like the United States of America underneath a glass ceiling in a massive convention hall. Instead, she will deliver her concession speech in a small nondescript ballroom in Manhattan where there isn’t enough room for hundreds of supporters and staff who have gathered to see her.

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