She shared the 20 second clip with her 4.7 million followers on Sunday

Many people around the world are disappointed with the result of the US election, but one celebrity has captured our feelings about Donald Trump’s victory better than anyone else.

Yoko Ono has bemoaned the result by sharing a recording of her wailing – if that’s how you can describe the noise.

The 20 second clip is a strange combination of John Lennon’s widow crying out, howling and hyperventilating.

It actually perfectly captures how we’re feeling about the election result as well…

The artist and peace activist shared the recording with her 4.7 million followers on social media yesterday, captioning the tweet: “Dear Friends, I would like to share this message with you as my response to @ realDonaldTrump love, yoko.”

Trump was named as the president-elect of America after a tense night of counting votes on Wednesday.

His rival Hillary Clinton won the popular vote, but did not get enough electoral college votes to make it to the White House.


But Yoko is not the only person who is unhappy about Trump becoming president.

Anti-Trump protests have spread across the country, with demonstrations taking place in Miami, Atlanta, Philadelphia, New York, San Francisco and Portland, Oregon.

Police officers stand guard during a protest against U.S. President-elect Donald Trump in Miami, Florida

Demonstrators attend a protest against Donald Trump’s US presidential election victory

A demonstrator holds up a placard during a protest against Donald Trump’s US presidential election victory

Thousands took to the streets carrying signs in opposition of Trump and chanting “We reject the president elect”, with some protests turning violent.

In Portland, protesters blocked traffic and threw objects at police dressed in riot gear who responded with pepper spray and flash-bang devices

Donald Trump gave an interview on US show 60 Minutes

But unfazed by the protests, Trump has since been busy preparing his transition team and re-iterating his plans to build a wall along the US-Mexican border.

In a bizzare interview with US TV show 60 Minutes he confirmed his election pledge to would build a wall along the 1,900-mile stretch, but admitted some parts would instead be fenced.

He also promised to deport three million illegal immigrants as soon as he takes power.

He said: “We’re are going to get the people that are criminal and have criminal records, gang members, drug dealers, where a lot of these people, probably two million, it could even be three million, we are getting them out of our country or we are going to incarcerate.”