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There were many U.S. election night surprises, but perhaps none more so than the crumbling of the blue Democratic wall in the faded industrial heartland of the country.

Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Michigan would fall to Donald Trump – states that haven’t gone Republican since the 1980s. So too did Ohio, which U.S. President Barack Obama captured in 2008 and 2012.

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