The shock and disappointment of Donald Trump being elected U.S. President during the wee hours of Wednesday morning stung Americans with many still in disbelief. Athletes aren't exempt from those feelings, either. From Dwyane Wade to Stephen Curry and more, many athletes took to their Twitter accounts to weigh in. Here are several such tweets. Let's just say, the use of the Michael Jordan crying meme has never been more appropriate.
Our sentiments exactly, Dwyane.
The back-to-back NBA MVP gave it up to CNN commentator Van Jones on his powerful speech about the nightmare that we're living.
The woke San Francisco 49ers' quarterback made sure to re-tweet this food for thought.
That's what we're trying to figure out, too, Joakim. How Sway!?
The Michael Jordan crying face is especially fitting for the United States right about now.
When a simple emoji says it all. The Sacramento Kings' All-Star center hit the feeling right on the head.
We guess, young fella.
Prayers up, indeed.
Right! The Indiana Pacers center is the MVP for this one. If only President Obama could stay in the Oval Office for the next four years.
You can say that again. It's like we took giant steps back.
The Toronto Raptors' power forward should consider himself lucky. The Canadian immigration website is going to be on tilt.
The Detroit Lions' running back is speaking the truth. Scary times.
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