You don’t need to have been in America to feel the sheer anger at the US election result.
For those who didn’t want Donald Trump to be elected, the prospect of the billionaire in power for four years is nothing short of terrifying.
And that fear and frustration has been vented in many ways, from social media outbursts to rioting and protests.
But there have been those that have taken things a step too far, specifically calling for Trump to be assassinated.
In fact, so many people were asking that the president is killed that it even sparked a hashtag #AssasinateTrump.
No statement has been made about the threats or whether they will be investigated.
But there have been accounts of people being approached by Secret Service agents after making threats to kill the president elect.
In March, Eli Martinez told Mashable how he been approached by two agents after claiming on Twitter he would kill Trump, something he later said was a joke.