Photos of the Week: November 4-10, 2016

Friday, November 11, 2016 - 2:04am

Then-Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks at a Get Out the Vote Rally at Eastern Market in Detroit on Friday.

Then-Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks at a Get Out the Vote Rally at Eastern Market in Detroit on Friday. Buy this photo
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The Michigan Daily's photo staff presents their photos of the week for November 4-10, 2016 including President-elect Donald Trump and then-Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton's last campaign stops in Michigan, President Barack Obama's visit to Ann Arbor, and Election Day.

Then-Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton supporters rip down paper covering the outer building walls to watch Clinton speak at a Get Out the Vote Rally at Eastern Market in Detroit on Friday.

Then-Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton supporters rip down paper covering the outer building walls to watch Clinton speak at a Get Out the Vote Rally at Eastern Market in Detroit on Friday. Buy this photo
Emilie Farrugia/Daily

Then-Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump speaks to supporters at a rally in Grand Rapids, his last campaign stop, in the early hours of Tuesday morning.

Then-Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump speaks to supporters at a rally in Grand Rapids, his last campaign stop, in the early hours of Tuesday morning. Buy this photo
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Donald Trump Jr. takes a selfie with an attendee after campaigning for his father, then-Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, in Warren, Michigan on Monday.

Donald Trump Jr. takes a selfie with an attendee after campaigning for his father, then-Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, in Warren, Michigan on Monday. Buy this photo
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President Obama campaigns for then-Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton at the Ray L. Fisher Stadium in Ann Arbor on Monday.

President Obama campaigns for then-Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton at the Ray L. Fisher Stadium in Ann Arbor on Monday. Buy this photo
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Then-Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton goes to hug U.S. Sen. Debbie Stabenow (D-Mich.) as she enters the arena at a rally in Grand Rapids on Monday.

Then-Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton goes to hug U.S. Sen. Debbie Stabenow (D-Mich.) as she enters the arena at a rally in Grand Rapids on Monday. Buy this photo
Amelia Cacchione/Daily

LSA freshman Eshan Jain colors in an electoral map on Election Day in the Shapiro Undergraduate Library Tuesday.

LSA freshman Eshan Jain colors in an electoral map on Election Day in the Shapiro Undergraduate Library Tuesday. Buy this photo
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LSA junior Sydney Groot, LSA sophomore Amanda Delekta, and LSA junior Enrique Zalamea watch election results at the College GOP watch party at a home Tuesday.

LSA junior Sydney Groot, LSA sophomore Amanda Delekta, and LSA junior Enrique Zalamea watch election results at the College GOP watch party at a home Tuesday. Buy this photo
Amelia Cacchione/Daily

Art & Design freshman Destiny Franks and LSA freshman Courtney Eberlein embrace each other during a protest of President-elect Donald Trump on the Diag Wednesday.

Art & Design freshman Destiny Franks and LSA freshman Courtney Eberlein embrace each other during a protest of President-elect Donald Trump on the Diag Wednesday. Buy this photo
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Music, Theatre & Dance sophomore Alexandra Dement holds a "Love Trumps Hate" flyer on the Diag on Wednesday.

Music, Theatre & Dance sophomore Alexandra Dement holds a "Love Trumps Hate" flyer on the Diag on Wednesday. Buy this photo
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LSA junior David Schuberth embraces LSA freshman Sonny Newman on the Diag early Wednesday morning after Donald Trump was announced president elect.

LSA junior David Schuberth embraces LSA freshman Sonny Newman on the Diag early Wednesday morning after Donald Trump was announced president elect. Buy this photo
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