As the words "President-elect Donald Trump" reverberate around the world for a second day, many of Hillary Clinton’s star-studded supporters are still reeling from the news.
Lady Gaga emerged from her Manhattan apartment Thursday wearing a “Love Trumps Hate” shirt that looked like it was written in blood.
Robert De Niro, who famously threatened to punch Trump in the face, walked back his comments on Jimmy Kimmel Live Wednesday night.
Kimmel told him: “You can now be arrested for that I think.”
The Taxi Driver actor said: “I can't do that now. I have to respect that position... I just have to see what he’s going to do and how he’s going to follow through on certain things. And as we even see now in a lot of cities, there’s a lot of people getting very upset and protesting.”
The Raging Bull actor added that he's "not feeling good" following Trump's victory.
Actor Dennis Quaid expressed optimism when he was approached by photographers, saying: “I think everything's going to be better!”
Whoopi Goldberg denied that she ever threatened to leave the country if Trump was elected.
On Wednesday’s The View, she said: "A lot of folks have said they were leaving over the course of these last couple of years if Trump got elected, and once again people assumed that’s what I did. I’m sorry to disillusion you, but I’m not leaving the country that I was born and raised in."
Millions are still wondering how pollsters and pundits could have gotten the election forecast so wrong.
But the Investors Business Daily/TIPP poll actually got it right, predicting a Trump victory.
Terry Jones of Investors Business Daily told Inside Edition: "If there was a single secret to it, it was meticulous with data, we are very careful with numbers."
Trump is facing a blizzard of lawsuits, as many as 75, according to reports. The largest is aimed at Trump University and the federal civil trial that's set to begin at the end of the month.
Legal analyst Royal Oakes told Inside Edition: "We could see more judgements against Donald Trump even though he is president, the arguments of his university being a scam, anyone of those 75 we could get."
It will be the first time a president-elect has faced a legal ordeal before taking office.
The lawsuit, filed in 2010 on behalf of former costumers to the for profit real estate program — which was not an accredited school — claim the seminars were not teaching them how to be successes in real estate but actually requested more money for mentorship programs.
Since becoming president-elect, Trump has not commented on the suit.