Spontaneous celebrations broke out around the US after Joe Biden was declared president-elect on Saturday morning, as people gathered in the streets, played music, danced, and even popped some champagne.
Many went out into the streets to cheer, and cars honked at happy crowds.
They popped champagne in the street.
They screamed and rang cowbells.
In Brooklyn, New York, a crowd cheered for a USPS truck, which honked in return.
A guy played bagpipes.
And people danced to "FDT" by YG and Nipsey Hussle.
So much cheering.
People also stomped on Cheetos.
In Washington, DC a big crowd gathered outside the White House.
A man wearing a Puerto Rican flag tossed paper towels over the White House fence, recalling Trump's widely criticized response to Hurricane Maria.
People beat drums.
There was a brass band in a pickup truck.
And a march.
And a Trump balloon was spotted.
People honked and yelled as they drove past Trump Tower in Chicago.
In Minneapolis, there were dancers in front of the police's Third Precinct building, which was burned in the aftermath of the police killing of George Floyd.
People ran into the streets and sang in Atlanta.
And honked and yelled "Joe Biden!" in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
They waved flags in Austin.
And yelled in San Francisco.
People climbed trees in Oakland, California.
And there was a tiny dancing mailbox.
They gathered in front of Joe Biden's childhood home in Scranton, Pennsylvania.
There was a giant eagle in Philadelphia.
And a dance party with a trolley.
People lined the streets in Los Angeles.
And danced in Providence, Rhode Island.
Some already started celebrating on Friday, after Decision Desk HQ, an election analysis firm, called Pennsylvania, and therefore the election, for Biden.
People had gathered in Washington Square Park in New York at night and danced in the fountain.
In Philadelphia, they twirled rainbow flags.
And danced in the streets.
Some people made clear that they were celebrating Trump losing, rather than Biden winning.
In Philadelphia, people chanted, "No more years!"
Whatever the reasoning, though, many agreed: Trump got the whole 2020 experience in the end.