“Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star Kylie Jenner was just one of the many Hillary Clinton supporters who were disappointed when Donald Trump won Wednesday. For her, however, it was the end of the world.

Jenner, 19, posted a black-and-white picture of a model reading a newspaper on Instagram Wednesday. She didn’t caption the photo. It was void of emoji and hashtags, too. The front of the page read, “Day the world ended.”

Jenner disabled comments for the political image. The post was liked more than 831,000 times by her 78.3 million followers.

Jenner wasn’t vocal about politics for most of election season, but the youngest Kardashian-Jenner sister endorsed the former secretary of state Tuesday. 

 

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Before Clinton’s defeat, Jenner showed her support on Snapchat Tuesday. She wrote, “Her,” which was a reference to Clinton’s campaign. The reality star-turned-beauty maven also shared a picture of herself with an “I voted” sticker.

Even though Jenner was presumably upset over Clinton’s loss, she didn’t stay down for long. The lip kit creator promoted her new line, Koko Kollection, which is a limited edition. It was created with sister Khloé Kardashian. The four shades will be available on KylieCosmetics.com at 3 p.m. PST.

Kardashian, 32, is the first sister to collaborate with Jenner on the lip kits. “I can't believe it's finally here! I am so excited Kylie is sharing her lip-kit empire with me! So proud of the collaboration we have created together! We've both worked really hard on these shades! It's perfect!” the “Strong Looks Better Naked” author wrote on Instagram Saturday. “It's everything. Ky, I'm so honored to be your first collaboration! Working with you is a dream! I couldn't be prouder of the empire you created and I'm thrilled to be a part of it now. I love you so much sister!!”

Kylie Jenner "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star Kylie Jenner, pictured with boyfriend Tyga Sept. 10, said it was "the world ended" on Instagram after Donald Trump was elected president. Photo: Reuters

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