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Which Donald Trump will you support for president?

President-elect Donald Trump is being hailed as the “king of populism” after a stunning win in Tuesday’s presidential election, but a number of prominent figures are urging voters to reject the new Republican president.

“We have to stop believing that the Republican Party has to be all about Donald Trump and all about the president-elect,” Republican strategist Rick Wilson told Business Insider on Tuesday.

“If you’re going to vote for a guy who is not going to be elected, you should probably reject him.”

Wilson, who runs the Wilson Group, also said Trump will be a “good president” and “a good man” but urged voters to “stay home” for now.

“This is a guy whose biggest weakness is his inexperience, his lack of knowledge, his ignorance,” Wilson said.

“He’s a big, fat liar.”

Trump won the election by just under 11 percentage points.

He said he would be the “first one to work with” Democratic President-Elect Bernie Sanders, whom Wilson called “a much better leader”.

Sanders congratulated Trump on his victory.

“I congratulate President-Election Donald Trump on winning the presidency and wish him luck,” Sanders tweeted on Tuesday morning.

“In addition to being the leader of the free world, President-Trump will be the first person to work closely with Congress to address climate change.”

On Tuesday night, Trump said he was “very happy” and was “going to take care of everybody”.

“I’m very happy.

I’m going to take a lot of care of the people that are working for me,” Trump said.

He also thanked his wife Melania and his family for helping him with the transition.

“That was very hard,” Trump added.

“It’s been a long journey, but I’m very, very happy, and I’m looking forward to getting started.”

The President-in-Waiting also took a break from campaigning and visited the US Navy Academy to watch the school’s football team play.

Trump’s transition team did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

The president-in, out, and in-waiting are Trump’s closest advisers and advisers.

They also manage the transition team, which will consist of the president, his transition team and cabinet members.

Wilson is also advising Trump on policy.

He is a former chief of staff for Sen. Marco Rubio, a Florida Republican, and is also Trump’s former campaign manager.

“The president-Elect is the first in a generation to have his own transition team,” Wilson told The Guardian.

“What they’ve done is make the process much more efficient.

It’s not as though they’ve had to write a whole bunch of checks.

They’ve had an enormous amount of assistance.

It was just, it’s a lot easier.

The process is much simpler.”

Wilson said the Trump team had “a very clear vision of how they want to be run”.

He added: “He does have some of the experience, I think, in Washington, D.C., that you need in a president-president.”

Wilson told Reuters on Tuesday that the Trump transition team would be comprised of “a lot of people with very little experience”.

“You can’t be the guy who’s not going, ‘We’re going and we’re going,'” Wilson said, referencing Trump’s apparent lack of experience as president.