CHICAGO (AFP) – President Barack Obama told cheering supporters early Wednesday that “the best is yet to come” for the United States as he stormed to a second term by defeating the Republican Mitt Romney.
Speaking at his campaign headquarters in Chicago, Obama said he spoke to Romney and congratulated him on the campaign, and hoped to meet with the former Massachusetts governor to discuss ways to “move this country forward.”
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