A leading activist has claimed Donald Trump will struggle to build relationships within America and with other world leaders because of the "hate" in his campaign.
In a result which left the world reeling, Mr Trump was chosen as America's next leader, defeating Hillary Clinton. A man who was widely criticised for the perceived racism and sexism of his campaign messages will take over as president next January.
Ivan Kayma, who campaigns against violence and racism towards black people, claimed that Trump will struggle because of the way that he led his campaign.
"He used his whole political campaign to spread racism and xenophobia to exploit the fears of white middle class men," he told Paul Ross. "Between him and Hillary, it was a competition between who is the least racist.
"The way he's treated everybody, I struggle to see how he can build relationships because of the hate in his campaign."