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A man who has consistently promised to disrupt the lives of Muslim-Americans, Mexican-Americans, African-Americans, LGBT Americans, and women and who has incited, as New York Magazine stated, "intersectional hatred," will be the 45th president of the United States. People all over America have been trying to cope with what exactly it will mean now that former reality TV star Donald Trump has won the election. And celebrities are, too. Here are some of the most searing responses.

Jesse Williams, Kerry Washington, Alicia Keys, Laverne Cox, Gina Rodriguez and others offer words of encouragement, a plead to love and come together and a call to action.

Rapper T.I. sends a message to President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama.

Janelle Monae, Lena Waithe, Margot Cho, John Legend and others talk about their genuine disappointment and disbelief.

Actress Amandla Stenberg wrote a short letter to her followers on Instagram.

Chrissy Teigen reminds us when Trump indirectly insulted her.


Rapper Mykki Blanco's Twitter timeline is a must read.

I live healthily everyday with HIV. I am in FEAR of what a Trump Presidency will mean for those who don't have access to proper care

— MYKKI (@MykkiBlanco) November 9, 2016

I've been angry at Wikileaks who I've always thought acted in truths best interest but whose motives now seem tainted

— MYKKI (@MykkiBlanco) November 10, 2016

I've been angry at those who I feel got caught up in Sanders idealism & couldn't come on board in time to reality check themselves

— MYKKI (@MykkiBlanco) November 10, 2016

I've been angry at Southern Black Christian's who I know voted Trump b/c of Obama/Clinton stance on Gay marriage/ trans LGBT rights

— MYKKI (@MykkiBlanco) November 10, 2016

I've been angry at the women in my Mothers generation who taught their daughters that a woman's place wasn't the White House

— MYKKI (@MykkiBlanco) November 10, 2016

No more anger. This is how American society actually functions, right now Baby Boomer Nation

— MYKKI (@MykkiBlanco) November 10, 2016

Tahirah Hairston is a style writer from Detroit who likes Susan Miller, Rihanna's friend's Instagram accounts, ramen and ugly-but cute shoes.