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Four more years

Video: President Barack Obama's victory speech in full

Watch the full acceptance speech delivered by Obama in Chicago earlier today AND Mitt Romney’s concession speech just before that.

US PRESIDENT BARACK Obama has been re-elected for another four years in the White House following a closely-fought election which came to a conclusion overnight.

Shortly after taking a call from Republican challenger Mitt Romney – in which the former governor conceded the election – Obama appeared on stage in Chicago to accept the presidency for the next four years.

Watch his speech in full:

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Earlier, Romney delivered a concession speech in Boston, here’s what he said:

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