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The views of this article are the perspective of the author and may not be reflective of Confessions of the Professions.
With the election of President Donald Trump and the loss of President-elect candidate Hillary Clinton, it was a tough election that split families apart and caused lifelong friends to stop talking to each other. The devastation of either side or the victory of each side has caused such a rift that will be felt throughout the history of American politics. There is no undoing what has been done and there is no way now to know what would have happened if the outcome was different.
Just because your candiate may have won or lost doesn’t mean it stopped you from googling and keeping up to date with the results. Considering that the President is the very first President to go on social media full-time, oftentimes talking too much or saying things that he probably should not be saying, but unfortunately, he is not a traditional type of President. In fact, Donald Trump is more of an entertainer and businessman than anything else.
Now we can deny that he is President and we can post #notmypresident all day long, and we can write blog posts about hating him, disliking him, or bashing him about what he tweets or says, but he still beat Clinton and won and therefore, he was sworn in and is the 45th President of the United States of America. And no, don’t be mad at me for writing that. It’s just a fact.
Something that will always give Google the upperhand in knowing the conscious mind of the world is knowing what they are searching for. Without knowing it, these searches address our greatest fears, concerns, dreams, hopes, curiosities, etc. Google has enough data on humanity that, even with all of its resources, would need hundreds of years to actually analyze the data, and figure out what we could do with it. Since the 2016 elections, this is what everyone has been googling.