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SILICON VALLEY — It was pretty clear what leaders in Silicon Valley technology companies wanted on Election Day and they didn’t get it.
About 150 of them signed an open letter in July slamming what Donald Trump might do as president. Now they will see if those predictions come true and they didn’t sound hopeful as that realization sunk in Tuesday night and Wednesday morning.
The exception, as is often the case, was contrarian entrepreneur and investor Peter Thiel, who contributed more than $1…