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more f.m. >> bill, thanks. >> local updates throughout the morning. always get realtime news and weather on the nbc 10 app. thanks for watching. today tad show continues. election coverage right now. good morning. it's trump. >> usa, usa. >> donald j. trump will be the next president of the united states. an astonishing victory, and a massive repudiation of his opponent, president obama, the washington establishment, and the media. trump speaking to his supporters early this morning. >> it is time for us to come together as one united people. >> hillary clinton calling him to concede, but no speech from her overnight. her supporters devastated. his, overjoyed. america as we know it has changed. the billionaire businessman and reality tv star, who vowed to
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shake things up, has. he's set to take over the nation's highest office, today, wednesday, november 9th, 2016. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is a special edition of "today" decision 2016, with matt lauer and savannah guthrie, live from rockefeller plaza. >> and good morning, everyone. welcome to "today" on a wednesday morning. the nation is waking up to a stunning upset. donald trump is the president-elect of the united states. anything new happen in your political world overnight? >> the voters have spoken and done so in resounding fashion. the political world remade the map, remade every assumption people make about politics undone. people have called it a political earthquake, i'd say, and a magnitude of quite a scale. >> you really could just see this happening gradually
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throughout the evening. it finally culminated in the wee hours of the morning. hillary clinton conceded the presidency to donald trump in a phone call. that came at about 2:30 a.m. but in a surprising move, she did not appear at her campaign's watch party and did not make an election night concession speech. she is, however, scheduled to deliver one later this morning. of course we'll have that for you live. >> so let's take a look at where things stand if you're just waking up. nbc news has donald trump with 278 electoral votes at this hour, 218 for clinton. we have yet to call a few key states, arizona, minnesota, michigan and new hampshire. >> as for the popular vote, it is a razor-thin margin. in fact clinton is actually leading this morning by several thousand votes. >> another major headline from the election results boosted by trump's performance. republicans were able to fend off democratic rivals. they maintain control of the u.s. senate, including key wins in wisconsin, missouri,
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pennsylvania and north carolina. of course republicans hold on to the house, so they have got the trifecta for trump, the white house, the senate and the house for republicans. our decision 2016 team ready to go this morning. let's start with nbc national correspondent peter alexander. he's at trump tower. peter, good morning. >> hey, savannah, good morning to you. no better way to put it than a political earthquake and this morning we are still feeling the shock waves of this. this was both a seismic and an improbable victory for donald trump. trump, who this morning is still celebrating his victory from last night, has already returned to his favorite megaphone, twitter, now changing his bio to read president-elect of the united states. he also put out a message. his first words of this new day writing such a beautiful and important evening. the forgotten man and woman will never be forgotten again. we will all come together as never before. >> sorry to keep you waiting, complicated business. >> for president-elect trump, a
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dramatic and sweeping victory. >> as i've said from the beginning, ours was not a campaign but rather an incredible and great movement made up of millions of hard-working men and women who love their country and want a better, brighter future for themselves and for their family. >> just before 3:00 in the morning on the east coast, trump announced he had received a call from his fierce rival. >> she congratulated us. it's about us, on our victory. and i congratulated her and her family on a very, very hard-fought campaign. >> after a brutal and divisive campaign, trump is pledging to bring the country together. >> it is time for us to come together as one united people. i pledge to every citizen of our land that i will be president
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for all americans, and this is so important to me. >> as his aides watched the improbable victory take shape, sources at trump tower tell nbc news there was euphoria, hugs and high fives. campaign manager kellyanne conway ticking off the ingredients of an upset. rally crowds matter, we expanded the map. trump's victory built on the backs of white working class voters for whom he was the candidate of hope and change. >> every single american will have the opportunity to realize his or her fullest potential. the forgotten men and women of our country will be forgotten no longer. >> reporter: more than 500 days after descending that escalator, trump now propelled into the oval office as america's 45th president, concluding his first-ever political campaign. >> it's been what they call a historic event, but to be really historic, we have to do a great
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job. and i promise you that i will not let you down, we will do a great job. we will do a great job. >> reporter: and donald trump's campaign manager, kellyanne conway tells nbc news that president obama called president-elect trump last night, though it's unclear whether the two men were able to speak. trump will be inaugurated on january 20th, at which time he'll move from one great avenue to another. from fifth avenue here in manhattan to 1600 pennsylvania avenue in the nation's capital. matt and savannah. >> peter alexander at trump tower. speaking of kellyanne conway, trump's campaign manager, she's with us now. kellyanne, good morning. i know it was a late night. congratulations to you on the campaign. >> thank you, savannah, thank you. >> can you tell us anything about this phone call that's been reported between president obama and mr. trump, what was said? how would you characterize it? >> it was a very warm conversation and we were happy to receive the call from the president. they had a great thorough conversation about mr. trump's victory. he was congratulated and i think
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they resolved to work together, which is exactly what this country needs, to get the current president and the president-elect and others who are in leadership positions to help unify and heal the country. we expect that the two gentlemen will be meeting soon. >> kellyanne, i have to ask you a question. for months and months now donald trump has been saying that the election is rigged. would president-elect trump now agree that the election is not, was not and never was rigged? >> well, he certainly would say the system is rigged and it proved last night he's got millions of people who agree with him. i think, you know, when he says the election is rigged, matt, what he's really talking about is he couldn't believe that he wasn't winning. he'd look at these polls, hear everybody on tv constantly say he can't win, she's a shoo-in, the path is gone, there's no way. look what happened yesterday. i think there's just a frustration for him and for those of us close to him and working for him that you've got a lot of people talking to each other and not talking to people.
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and that's what he was able to do here, he was able to put together a campaign, he and governor pence, that talked to people and talked with people and not at people. >> can we go back to last night. i know hillary clinton placed a call to mr. trump. can you tell us anything about that call? and was your campaign disappointed that she didn't come out and concede in the way that traditionally losing candidates do? >> well, it's not for us to judge her conduct. i would expect and i've seen reported, savannah, that secretary clinton will come out and address her supporters and the nation indeed today. i don't know if those reports are true, it makes sense to me. but she has to do that on her own comfortable timeline. we had made our way to the hotel to see our supporters and we intended just to do there what we were doing here all night, which is watch the returns, watch the different states be called, and then eventually a victor, a president of the united states. while we were getting ready to do that, we received a call from secretary clinton. i gave the phone to mr. trump and they had a very cordial, very warm conversation. secretary clinton congratulated
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mr. trump on his victory and she commended -- excuse me, he commended her for being smart and tough and running a really hard-fought campaign. >> kellyanne, let me ask you a personal question. in your heart when you sat with us yesterday morning and said that you thought you would win this election and win michigan and some of the states that it appears you will have actually have won, did you believe it or do you have that good of poker face? >> i did believe it. we've seen that happening for a while now. we just modeled the electorate very differently than conventional pollsters do. i think that sometimes there are conclusions in search of evidence. if everybody around you is saying the same thing, then you convince yourself that it must be true. we just wanted people to tell us who they were, what motivated them, their fears and frustrations. we knew, matt, we'd be able to flip one or two of these traditionally blue states because donald trump is not a conventional republican messeng messenger. there's a lot of what he says that harkens back to ronald reagan. a lot of putting america first
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and creating jobs and being patriotic and renegotiating bad trade deals. you heard him last night, though, he wants to be a unifier. he wants to help heal and bind the nation. i thought the most important thing mr. trump said last night in his victory speech was that he wants to be the president of all americans, and that includes the many who did not vote for him. >> well, we knew whoever won, they were going to have that tall order before them right away, and so it is. kellyanne conway, again, congratulations. hope you catch some sleep and thanks for being on with us again. appreciate it. >> thank you. >> again, we expect to hear from hillary clinton later this morning. kristen welker covering her campaign. kristen, good morning to you. >> reporter: matt, good morning to you. shock, anger and disbelief. those are just a few of the words democrats are using to describe their mood this morning. they thought that secretary clinton was on the cusp of making history. instead she suffered a stinging defeat, one that has sent shock waves all across the world. she was poised to make history, but early this morning hillary
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clinton's white house hopes ending. clinton calling donald trump to concede the election just moments before he took the stage. but clinton did not concede publicly. instead sending her campaign chair, john podesta, to address stunned supporters. >> it's been a long night and it's been a long campaign, but i can say we can wait a little longer, can't we? >> reporter: facing a shrinking electoral map, clinton didn't attend her rally that was being held under the symbolic glass ceiling at the javits center in new york. hours before podesta took the stage, clinton supporters looking shocked. some openly weeping. >> we got a lot wrong. i'm not sure why or how. there's a lot of -- a lot of divide. >> reporter: state after state turning the election map into a sea of red. the billionaire chipping away at her so-called blue wall. winning in what were thought to be democratic strongholds and in
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key battlegrounds. in florida, disbelief from latino voters after trump, who vowed to build a wall during the campaign, surged to victory. >> it's very hard for me to accept that a man of his caliber is going to be our president. >> reporter: but this morning, there is still uncertainty over a future trump presidency. dow futures plummeting overnight. an anxious crowd gathering at the white house. president obama, who campaigned furiously for clinton, facing a stunning rebuke. clinton, whose white house hopes were dashed in 2008 boy a newcomer from her own party seemed often to be on a glide path to victory, but she was dogged by voters' lack of trust in her and an e-mail controversy that wouldn't go away. back in new york, the glass ceiling still unbroken, as democrats now try to pick up the pieces. and as we wait to hear from secretary clinton later on today, we're also waiting for an official reaction from the white house. of course president obama and
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donald trump are bitter political rivals. they will inevitably have to find some common ground as the transition gets under way. matt, savannah. >> kristen, thank you very much. >> and that's going to happen sooner rather than later. the white house tomorrow, trump will meet with president obama. that is something that traditionally happens and the white house just released that information that, yes, that meeting will take place there at the white house between the president and the president-elect. let's go to steve kornacki who was at the board all night long talking about the different paths to victory for both campaigns. take a look at pennsylvania, which was thought to be an absolute firewall for the clinton campaign. what can you tell us? >> pennsylvania really tells you a lot of the national story too. let's go inside and you see donald trump winning the state again, first time in 28 years a republican has done this. how did he do it? couple things we thought would be key. one, the black vote. it was there in a big way for obama. would it be there in the same numbers for hillary clinton? look at philadelphia here. this is where the clintons, the obamas had that big rally on
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election eve. what do you see? the margin that hillary clinton got out of here was a little north of 450,000 votes. by comparison, in 2012, barack obama won philadelphia by 490,000, so they lost some ground there. they were ready for that, they thought, because what they thought would insulate them in philadelphia were those white college-educated voters in the suburbs right outside of philadelphia. this was supposed to be what really drove the margin up for hillary clinton, but check this out. hillary clinton winning bucks county by 2,000 votes over donald trump. that is unchanged from four years ago. that's no progress for the democrats there. you go right next door in montgomery county, that is only a little bit of progress. they made some gains, the democrats did, in the philadelphia suburbs but they didn't make anywhere near the kind of gains with white college-educated voters they thought they would and that allowed donald trump with those two things happening, two things then, you look in the rural parts of the state, you look in the interior, he drove up the margins higher than republicans
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are used to. he basically doubled the republican margins in counties like these and then think of scranton, scranton, pennsylvania, lackawanna county. it's blue on this map but four years ago barack obama won this county by nearly 30 points is. last night it was a nail-biter. look at all the ground that donald trump made up, white blue collar part of pennsylvania. it's a story there and a story we saw all over the map last night. >> there's somebody very familiar who's from scranton, pennsylvania. >> joe biden is thinking if only. >> a lot of democrats are thinking that, if only about joe biden, bernie sanders. there's a lot of sanders supporters who are saying, hey, you know, we were talking to these voters. she wasn't. and so there's a lot of second guessing here. they're second guessing was tim kaines right running mate. should she have picked somebody that would have fired up more of the obama coalition. there's a lot of second guessing going on. >> nicolle, when you look at
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what steve was point out in pennsylvania and how it affected the rest of the country in counties across the country, what specifically was it about the trump message that resonated? >> well, a couple things. one, he closed very strong. the news, the comey letter that came out the friday before and that nine-day stretch represented his most disciplined period as a candidate so he settled on the closing message of the forgotten man and woman. talking about joe biden, joe biden speaks to the forgotten man and woman. kellyanne conway, i don't know that we modeled incorrectly, but i think we underestimated that to the forgotten man and woman her ethical lapses were equal in their minds to his sort of outlandish statement with racial and sexist undertones. to the voter they cancelled each other out and we got that wrong. i think a lot of people thought he was disqualified for the things that he said on the "access hollywood" tape, the musz limb ban, the racially divisive comments about mexic s
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mexicans. but in the voters' mind, her ethical lapses were greater than that. >> that's one of the most fascinating things about the exit polls last night. it's not as though when we see this trump sweep people decided, you know, he's a great guy. 60% in our exit poll still had an unfavorable opinion of trump. so it seems that it's really about the melsage that trump sent schls the me-- as much as messenger. >> that was supposed to be a change election environment. we've had 60%, 65% of the country saying we're headed in the wrong direction. by the way, we've had eight years of a democratic president. sometimes we almost naturally are looking to change. this was always an environment that wanted to be for change. i think trump held himself back for a long time, but it may be that the comey letter sort of reoriented folks to say, oh, that's right, she's status quo and he's not. >> chuck, thank you. steve, nicolle, hang on for a
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little while. >> as the prospect of a trump presidency became clear, global financial markets reacted and plummeted this morning. the dow is set to open down hundreds of points. let's get to cnbc's jim cramer who's at the stock exchange for us this morning. hi, jim, good morning. what do you expect? >> well, i've got to tell you last night obviously around midnight there was pure panic. we looked like we were down 5%. that has changed rather dramatically. the markets have rallied and look to be down 1.5 to 2%. that's not down enough, given the fact that we tacked on 2% since comey kind of vindicated hillary clinton. so i suspect we get back those two. i don't think that anything really dangerous is going to happen to the stock market because he is a businessman and he is pro growth and those are things that the stock market really does like. >> all right. jim, thank you very much. we appreciate it. let's get a quick check of the weather from mr. roker. >> that's one thing that always changes, what the heck. hey, and we are going to continue to see all this warm.
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that jetstream way up to the north and so look at this swath of above normal temperatures. san diego, 90 degrees. that's 23 degrees above average. chicago is going to be at 57. birmingham 71. for tomorrow, the heat continues from las vegas, minneapolis, cleveland, all the way down to atlanta. the one exception is going to be the northeast and the great lakes. we're going to see big changes coming as we head into the weekend. temperatures anywhere from 5 to 10 degrees below average. we're going to get
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good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. grab the rain gear. we've got rain quickly moving into the area. it's going to stay for much of the day that will keep temperatures cool, 58 degrees this afternoon. the suburbs, showers will linger into the late afternoon hours. 55 degrees the high temperature. rain in new jersey up to 58 degrees this afternoon. and the showers will still be going late today at the jersey shore. with a high of 59. the showers will move out late this afternoon for the lehigh valley, 50s for delaware. have a great day. and that's yourour latest weath. guys. >> all right, al, thank you very much. coming up, republican national committee chairman reince priebus joins us live with his reaction to trump's surprise victory. could he be looking at a new job in a trump administration? and the trump first family from melania as first lady to speculation over what ivanka's role might be in the new white house. but first this is "today" on nbc. dunkin's sweet black pepper bacon sandwich is back
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nbc 10 news starts now. >> good morning, 7:26. i'm tracy davidson. let's get right to your first alert neighborhood forecast, meteorologist bill henley has that. it's going to be wet, bill. >> it's quickly moving into the area. rain is steady in the suburbs. lehigh valley and now into delaware and south jersey. the light rain that's moving into philadelphia is going to be with us for much of the day. that's going to keep temperatures cool. we're in the 40s and low 50s right now. the lehigh valley is 47. 53 in çphiladelphia, we'll war to 58 degrees this afternoon. a chance of showers will stay with us right on into the evening. >> let's get a check of traffic. nbc 10 first alert traffic reporter jessica boyington has that. jess? >> thanks, tracy. starting on the boulevard right around broad street, an accident scene still here they're blocking off all traffic right now for help in clearing the accident scene. it's on the southbound side.
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so that's approaching the schuylkill expressway. big delays there. you can see there's a police officer here stopping all traffic and only lane they've been allowing to move through. we're seeing massive delays towards the schuylkill expressway. also a little further north on the boulevard but still headed southbound, around northeast philadelphia, there's a water main break around tyson avenue. skyforce 10 over a fire at an old mill in wilmington. this was the scene within the last half hour at riddle avenue and mill road. the fire has been burning for about five hours. officials tell us it could burn even longer. no reports of anyone hurt. happening today, learn more about the zika epidemic at a forum on the penn campus. doctors and scientists will host the free event tonight at 6:30. another update in 25 minutes. i'm tracy davidson. stay updated on the results of the local and national races, plus reaction, everything you need to know on the nbc 10 app, the "today" show continues with coverage of decision 2016. ♪
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to those who have chosen not to support me in the past, of which there were a few people, i'm reaching out to you for your guidance and your help so that we can work together and unify our great country. >> we're back at 7:30 wednesday morning, the day after election day. that was just part of president-elect donald trump's victory speech overnight after his stunning victory in the presidential race that surprised the whole world. >> people are waking up. the reaction is incredible here in this country. it's also coming in from around the world this morning. british prime minister theresa may has offered her congratulations to trump, while the iraqi government said its
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relationship with the u.s. has a solid base and shouldn't change with donald trump's election. >> and someone who was mentioned a lot during the campaign, the russian president, vladimir putin, also weighing in. he sent a telegram of congratulations to donald trump and in a statement putin said he hopes to work together for removing russian-american relations from their crisis state. >> it goes without saying that trump's unexpected surge of support was a shocking conclusion to what seemed like an endless campaign. nbc's hallie jackson is here with our nbc news election center and she's got more on that. hallie, good morning. >> good morning. donald trump has stunned a lot of people today, but not all of them, not his supporters who backed him from the very beginning. trump's campaign always said that their army of backers would mobilize at the polls. turns out they did. and now their impact is reshaping politics as we know it. >> i say it is time for us to come together as one united
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peop people. >> an ending fit for the most unpredictable presidential race in modern history. donald trump declaring victory after a tight battle against hillary clinton. >> it's surprising to say the least. >> i'm just so excited that america is speaking. not the political pundits, not the elite, it's the people. >> it is probably one of the most amazing things that i have watched and been able to be a part of. >> listen, we predicted that he will be the 45th president of the united states. >> that's right. >> reporter: the american people saying "you're hired" to the real estate mogul turned reality tv host. the ultimate unconventional candidate who heads to the white house based on a simple pledge. >> we're going to make america great again. >> reporter: his path to victory shaking up american politics, despite unapologetically stirring up controversy with comments that might have been the phoned any other candidate. >> they're bringing drugs, they're bringing crime, they're rapists. a total and complete shutdown of
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muslims entering the united states. i love the poorly educated. >> reporter: trump unshackled and unfazed, connecting with those voters who flocked to his rallies. >> it's time to fight for america. i'm not a politician, i can say proudly. my only special interest is you. it's you. >> reporter: focusing on lost jobs, he shared common enemies with his supporters, from the government to the media. >> some of the media is terrific, but most of it, 70%, 75%, is absolute dishonest, absolute scum. >> reporter: and while the late-night comics struck a somber note. >> it feels like we're trying to avoid the apocalypse and half of the country is voting for the asteroid. >> reporter: the people have spoken. and in trump they trust to make good on his promise to, in his words, drain the swamp and maybe shake up washington in ways we've never seen. >> i can only say that while the campaign is over, our work on
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this movement is now really just beginning. >> here's the challenge for trump now after a campaign slog in which both candidates tried to painting the other as unfit to take office. our exit polls show some two-thirds of the country do not believe donald trump is honest or trustworthy. he now has the challenge of trying to bring folks together, trying to bridge that gap, matt and savannah, and that is something you have heard him talk about already. >> hallie, thank you very much. late night for you. >> you just mentioned some news coming out of the white house a short time ago that donald trump and president obama will meet tomorrow. we don't know the time. but can you imagine being a fly on the wall at that meeting, especially considering some of the things that president obama has said about donald trump in the recent past. >> said it to you basically, all but saying this day will never come. take a look. >> do you feel you're responsible for a certain hunger out there for the message that donald trump is putting out. >> yeah, the message that donald
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trump is putting out has had adherence a lot of times during the course of our history. talk to me if he wins, then we'll have a conversation about how responsible i feel about it. >> when you stand and deliver that state of the union address in no part of your mind or brain can you imagine donald trump standing up one day and delivering a state of the union address? >> well, i can imagine it in a saturday night skit. look, anything is possible and i think, you know, we shouldn't be complacent. i think everybody has got to work hard. >> i think it's safe to say this is a day president obama did not think would come. >> by the way, he's in good company. i think there are about 16 republican primary candidates who said something very, very similar that donald trump would never be the republican nominee. so fair to say nobody except perhaps donald trump in the beginning saw this coming.
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>> that's true. we're going to speak to the chairman of the republican national committee in just a second, but first let's get a check of the weather from al. >> we've got some wet weather making its way toward the northeast and also through the gulf coast. you can see along a frontal system stretching from brownsville, panama city, jacksonville, all the way into the northeast we're looking at wet weather making its way, nothing too horrible. as the morning wears on, low pressure develops along this system. brief heavy rains as this moves offshore, moving from boston all the way down into norfolk. you can see today look for record highs stretching from the plains on into the southwest. we've got wet weather here in the northeast and still some leftover showers down through southern we've got rain quickly moving good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. grab the rain gear. we've got rain quickly moving into the area. it's going to stay for much of the day that will keep temperatures cool, 58 degrees this afternoon. the suburbs, showers will linger into the late afternoon hours. 55 degrees the high temperature. rain in new jersey up to 58 degrees this afternoon.ç and the showers will still be
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going late today at the jersey shore. with a high of 59. the showers will move out late this afternoon for the lehigh valley, 50s for delaware. have a great day. sglmp you can track that weather any time you need to by going to the weather channel 24/7. we're joi joined now by the right-hand side chairman, reince priebus. good morning to you. >> hey, good morning. >> i want a sense of what it was like last night. just give me some of the color behind the scenes, what was going on? >> well, obviously when we started out in the exit polling, i think a little concerned about what we were seeing. but like all elections, you get that exit polling and it's like -- to me it's like pure poison. everyone starts chasing it down, you don't know how scientific it is. you know what your voter scores say, you know what your modeling says, you know what your vote count is, you feel good about that, and then those come into play. we just kept our head down and as a team we just said forget about that, keep your head
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straight, we're going to do our job. let's not get down and move forward. and we did and state after state after state, donald trump and mike pence delivered. we delivered on the plan. that team did a great job and i was just honored to be a part of it. >> can you share at all what mr. trump's reaction was? were you there in the room when that moment happened and it dawned on him, hey, this is real. this is happening. i'm about to be elected president of the united states. >> he -- and i've said this many times to people, the donald trump behind the scenes one on one just like this is the guy we always wanted america to see. it wasn't necessarily the guy the media portrayed, but it was the guy in private that we knew was the guy that could be a great president. >> maybe it wasn't the guy that he portrayed either. do you think you're going to see a different side of donald trump? >> what i was going to say is he was steady the whole night through. he never got -- he wasn't high fiving and acting -- he knew --
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he understood what it was to be president of the united states and even preparing for that speech last night, he knew he wanted to deliver a calm, measured response and he did it. >> let me ask you the bigger picture question, that people have described this as a reinvention of the republican party. others have described it as a hostile takeover of the republican party. what is it? >> you know, look, i think -- i think in some ways it was a realignment of the midwest. there's a lot of people that feel that they were left behind. there were a lot of people that felt like politicians that have said things and never delivered. i think he captured the frustration of the american people. but i think he also -- donald trump understands that he made a commitment and he's going to deliver on that commitment. and i just have to tell you, just my own -- from my own experience, he gets it. he understands where we're at
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and i think he wants to really deliver and he wants to be a great president. >> a couple of things. your name has been mentioned as a potential chief of staff in the white house, having some role in the white house. is that a discussion that's happened, number one? and number two, do you feel like the trump team is ready? that the transition work has really begun in earnest and that they'll be ready to take the reins? >> first of all, no conversation about that, none. >> your own -- >> none. actually no -- hardly from our viewpoint, i mean we're not part of the transition team, but between the rnc, the campaign, nothing. but those are the things that i think we just have to slow down on. this has been like three or four hours. i i think you and i are going on the same amount of sgleep yes, we are. >> mine was my accident by falling asleep on a chair and then getting ready for this interview. but i just think that what you're seeing from donald trump and that team is just to be calm, measured, deliver a very
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mature voice to the world and that's what you saw last night in his speech. >> do you want a role in a trump administration? >> honestly -- i know people say it can't be possible. i haven't thought about it. right now i'm chairman of the party, i'm excited about that job. we delivered on what we promised, which is to support our nominee like we've never done before. but donald trump himself made this happen and the american people made this happen and we are just a small part of it. >> he had high praise for you last night, chairman reince priebus. thank you for getting up early and being with us this morning. appreciate it. >> appreciate it. up next, good-bye new york, hello washington. an inside look at president-elect trump's plans for his family when he moves into the white house. but first, these messages. (vo) what if the sweet stevia leaf was discovered before the sugar cane? after people were enjoying truvia in their coffee and everything else. sugar would come along and go... ...hey! i'm sweet too!
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at 1600 pennsylvania avenue soon. donald trump will be the 45th president. his family set to replace the obamas come january. cynthia mcfadden is a look at the trump first family. good morning. >> good morning. well, of course as donald trump starts, his family has been the centerpiece of his campaign, from his wife, melania, and his daughter, ivanka, reaching out to women voters to his son-in-law, jared kushner, one of his closest advisers. now the question what will his family's roles be in the new trump white house. >> i want to thank my family very much. >> celebrating his big win, president-elect trump was once again flanked by his close-knit family, all critical players in his campaign. his wife, melania trump, the first foreign-born first lady since john quincy adams' wife, louisa. me lawnia, the former supermodel turned reluctant wife.
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she retreated from the spotlight after being criticized for inadvertently lifting parts of her rnc speech from michelle obama. in the final days of trump's campaign, melania made a rare appearance to promote one of her agendas as first lady, protecting children against cyberbullying. >> we have to find a better way to talk to each other. >> it too garnered criticism, given her husband's insult-laden campaign. as first lady, melania will also be first mother to their 10-year-old son. he's the same age as malia obama when her family moved into the white house. as for trump's oether children, he's hinted as a possible cabinet position for ivanka, one of his closest advisers. >> he will fight for equal pay for equal work and i will fight for this too right alongside of him. >> i can tell everybody would say put ivanka in, put ivanka in. >> absolutely. >> she's very popular and she's done very well. >> reporter: another possible member of his administration,
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>> that's probably what the law is. this is new territory, but the president is not obliged to separate himself so they couldn't be treasury secretary, that much we know. >> cynthia, thank you very much. coming up, how the rest of the world is reacting this morning to one of the biggest political stunners in history. but first these messages. this holiday... store is the store get your romantic on. get your appreciation on. and get your unexpected on. kay jewelers. where right now, you'll save up to 30% on select in rhythm... stunning diamond fashions. ...and this charmed memories gift set. so go to kay... the number one jewelry store in america... ...and get your kiss on. ♪ every kiss begins with kay.
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nbc 10 news starts now. just about 8:00. good morning. i'm tracy davidson. let's get right to your first alert neighborhood forecast, meteorologist bill henley has that. it's a wet one, bill. >> the rain has moved in quickly. you'll need your rain gear all day long. a steady rain falling in philadelphia, wilmington, look at the suburbs and the lehigh valley. the rain drops stay on the light side, just enough to keep things cool all day. 48 in the lehigh valley 52 in delaware, south jersey is at 50 degrees. we did start 50s to start with this morning. it's now in the low 50s, 40s to start with this morning. now in the low 50s. we've seen them come up a little bit. let's check the road with nbc 10 traffic reporter jessica boyington. >> watching the boulevard, still just watch the end of the clearing of this accident scene, the last cop car may see ten seconds ago, just ten minutes away. still big delays moving by broad street. all traffic moving towards the schuylkill expressway. all lanes finally open.
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still big delays here. 422, haven't really recovered from an earlier accident on route 23. 26 minutes drive time from 29 to the schuylkill. republican donald trump pulled off a stunning upset to win the white house, winning the battleground state of pennsylvania as well, flipping it for republican since the first time since 1988 and the senate retained its gop majority thank in part to pat toomey's win over katie mcginty in pennsylvania. it was a narrow margin of victory. toomey won by just two points. in the race for governor, in delaware, democrat john carney beat republican colin bonini, ç 58-39% and new jersey voters rejected a measure to allow casinos at two locations in north jersey by a margin of 78% it 22%, which means casino gambling will remain legal only in atlantic city. we'll have another update in 25 minutes. you can always get updated on all of the results of the races, local and national and reaction, all there on our nbc 10 app. "today" show continues in just a few minutes.
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it's 8:00 on today. coming up, shocker. donald trump pulls off the biggest upset in modern political history, beating hillary clinton handily. the president-elect holding an early morning rally in front of friends, family and supporters, calling for the nation to come together after a brutal campaign. >> working together we will begin the urgent task of rebuilding our nation and renewing the american dream. >> his opponent, hillary clinton, calling him overnight to concede, but failing to address the nation. so what's next for the billionaire businessman turned 45th president of the united states? and how will the democrats recover from the brutal loss, as
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republicans sweep to victory in the house and the senate, and now the white house. we've got reaction from across the nation and around the world. today, wednesday, november 9th, 2016. and good morning again, everyone. this election went well into the wee hours of the morning, so if you crashed, if you went to sleep around midnight and you're just waking up, yes, that's the graphic you need to see. donald trump elected 45th president of the united states. >> and the republicans hold on to the senate, the republicans hold on to the house, so there is a new wave in washington. we heard from mr. trump last night. we're going to hear from hillary clinton a little bit later this morning. and the white house has announced this morning that the president will also speak out today. he's also going to meet with mr. trump at the white house tomorrow. we're going to bring you all these speeches live as the morning rolls on here. >> let's focus in on the results. nbc news has trump with 278 electoral votes. we expect him to pick up more once the dust finally settles in
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the battleground states of arizona, minnesota, michigan and new hampshire. >> it is a difference story, though, in the popular vote. take a look at this, hillary clinton has the lead. the lead has been expanding throughout the morning. her margin now nearly 150,000. >> as savannah just mentioned, president-elect trump, well, he'll enter the white house with republicans in control of congress. the gop managing to hold on to the senate. >> we've got our political team all lined up to break it down and start with peter alexander at trump tower this morning. hi, peter, good morning to you. >> reporter: hey, matt and savannah, good morning to you. i just spoke to a top official close to donald trump who tells me as they watched the results come in last night, they were simply stunned. that aides thought the race would be close, but never thought that donald trump would come out on top. trump now proving himself to be the great disrupter of american politics, single handedly overthrowing the status quo. it was the speech trump supporters had hoped for, but
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few americans expected to hear. >> i just received a call from secretary clinton. >> reporter: at 2:50 wednesday morning donald trump delivering a victory speech after completing a shocking upset of hillary clinton to win the white house. in a got you are from the historically nasty tone of this campaign, a humbled trump praised clinton and preached a message of unity for the country. >> hillary has worked very long and very hard over a long period of time and we owe her a major debt of gratitude for her service to our country. >> reporter: reaching out to all americans. >> for those who have chosen not to support me, i'm reaching out to you for your guide anxioance your help so we can work together. >> reporter: and doubling down on his pledge to make america great again. >> we have a great economic plan. we will double our growth and
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have the strongest economy anywhere in the world. >> reporter: trump surprised everyone by sweeping battlegrounds, florida, pennsylvania, michigan, ohio, wisconsin and north carolina. white working class voters in rural areas of the so-called big blue wall carrying trump to victory. the election a transformative event and a slam dunk win for republicans across the board. >> let's make it official, the republicans hold the senate. >> reporter: for hillary clinton and her supporters, an outcome still hard to fathom in what her campaign didn't acknowledge last night on stage. >> it's been a long night and it's been a long campaign. but i can say we can wait a little longer, can't we? >> reporter: shortly after the announcement, clinton conceding on the phone. >> she congratulated us. it's about us, on our victory. and i congratulated her and her family on a very, very hard-fought campaign. >> reporter: for hillary
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supporters, disbelief. >> oh, my gosh. you know, i kept looking up at the glass ceiling and it's still just solid. >> reporter: for trump backers, validation. >> it's huge. >> reporter: in an election that seemed to break down along class and cultural divisions, trump's win is seen as a statement by the american people against the status quo and a vote to take the country in a new direction. >> no dream is too big, no challenge is too great. nothing we want for our future is beyond our reach. america will no longer settle for anything less than the best. >> reporter: and donald trump returning to twitter this morning, changing the bio that now reads president-elect of the united states, describing last night as a beautiful and important evening. as for that conversation, president obama did call the president-elect, president-elect trump, last night to congratulate him, inviting him to come to the white house tomorrow where he will update him on the planning that's already in place for the smooth
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transition of power. matt and savannah. >> peter alexander for us again from trump tower, thank you. >> we are joined now by tom brokaw, mike murphy and presidential historian michael beschloss. michael, let me start with you. this is the time of the morning we need perspective, all right? what do you compare this to? >> thanks a lot, matt. no one is going to argue that trump is andrew jackson, but that was a president who did run against elites, but maybe a better comparison is the mid-1930s. unemployment in this country was still just under 20%. franklin roosevelt had been president and huey long was running against fdr saying every man a king, i'm going to redistribute wealth. long was assassinated, but had he lived could have really given roosevelt a run for his money, 1936. >> tom, a lot of people were thinking about the year 2000 last night. i know you have ptsd from 2000, but we may have that situation again where you have a winner of a popular vote but the ultimate victor the winner of the
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electoral vote. and to see that happen again in such a relatively short amount of time. >> well, the big difference is, however, that hillary clinton has called him and acknowledged what happened and we'll hear from her this morning what she has to say. i was thinking 24 hours ago we were sitting around saying how does the republican party put itself back together again after this devastating loss that will come tonight and what will happen to donald trump, you know, in the future. 24 hours later, we're saying how is the democratic party going to put itself back together again. what are they going to deal with in congress. look, he made a very gracious speech last night and yesterday morning, the first thing that he talked about, but there's a whole trail of things behind that that he had to say and the kind of language he used and the way he treated people. how he mends that and binds up those wounds is going to be a high priority for him if he wants to move forward. >> mike murray, phmurphy, if yof
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those republicans that said no thanks, no to donald trump, how is your week going? >> well, you're shocked and stunned like everybody, but in a larger sense, we've got to bring the country together and we all want our president to succeed. so the one thing about one party government now is it's a team and you have two very strong experienced people in mitch mcconnell and paul ryan. i think republicans have to come together and encourage donald trump to do what he did last night which is rise to the occasion. >> we know donald trump has a long memory, he says it himself. is he going to reach out to those people who shunned him over the course of this election? >> that is the huge question, but he now has an awesome responsibility and people tend to rise to it. i think he very well may after last night and we've got to meet him there. i'm going to take radio gop and bury the transmitter for a while. the resistance will shut down and let's hope for the best and hope trump does that, president-elect trump. i'm learning to say it. i hope he does that and i think
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our leaders ought to fall in and see what happens. >> i think a really important thing is that we've gotten ourselves deeply involved in what i call tribal politics. we're playing one tribe against the other. we've got to get the african-american, no, we've got to get the chicano vote or the mexican american vote or hispanic vote, whatever you choose to call it. we've got to get the white working class vote. what we've got to do is find a way that they can all agree on a common goal and a common way to get to that goal because elections now are about separating them and trying to leave a lot of bodies on the field and hope that yours survive and get you to where you need to get to and that's the single biggest issue for this country beyond everything else. >> michael, talking about the shifting of the tectonic plates, the redefinition potentially of what it means to be a republican party. yes, we're going to redefine the democratic party, but what does the republican party mean? have we seen -- is there a precedent for that in history? >> absolutely not in this case. the republican party of
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president trump is going to be donald trump's party and people are going to try to be like him in all sorts of ways. the interesting thing, though, is that this is a president-elect who has worn as a badge of honor, i've never had any military experience, i've never had any experience in political office. it's going to be fascinating to see how he's going to be able to do that without that kind of background. >> he has had the lowest expectations of any candidate i've ever seen and exceeded them. he now has low presidential expectations. it is a great opportunity if he'll evolve into the job. >> tom, mike and michael, thank you so much. just ahead, what will a trump administration look like? who would he bring in to fill his cabinet? we'll talk more about that. and the world was watching, now it's reacting. the strong opinions pouring in from around the globe. but first on this wednesday morning, these messages.
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8:15, democracy plaza right there. when donald trump is sworn in as president early next year, he will be a true outsider, the first with no government or military experience. >> but throughout the campaign he made big promises about what he hopes to accomplish when he's in the white house. nbc's hallie jackson joins us again with more on that. hallie, good morning. >> good morning to you both. now that we know who will be in the oval office come january, the question becomes what will donald trump do once he gets there? so we dove into what he's promised for his first 100 days, who might be his closest advisers, and what other republicans who never backed trump could do now. >> ours was not a campaign but rather an incredible and great movement made up of millions of hard-working men and women. >> reporter: donald trump declaring victory in his unprecedented run for the white house. >> you'll be so proud of your president. >> reporter: the nontraditional
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candidate now getting his chance to make good on some of those campaign promises, starting on day one. >> that begins with immediately repealing and replacing the disaster known as obamacare. >> on day one, we will begin working on an impenetrable, physical, tall, powerful, beautiful, southern border wall. when we win, we will suspend the syrian refugee program. a trump administration will stop the horrible, horrible, horrible transpacific partnership. we will renegotiate nafta. and we are going to stand up to china's currency manipulation. >> we'll pass massive tax reform to create millions of new jobs and lower taxes for everyone. we're going to end the government corruption and we're going to drain the swamp in washington, d.c.
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>> reporter: along with the promises, a threat to his now former rival. during the second presidential debate, trump saying he'd seek to investigate hillary clinton over her e-mail controversy. >> if i win, i am going to instruct my attorney general to get a special prosecutor to look into your situation. >> reporter: how will president trump work with his party's leadership. >> i know this election has taken some dark, sometimes some very dark turns. >> reporter: house speaker paul ryan reluctant to support trump from the start. overnight calling to congratulate the winner. while nothing has been officially announced yet, trump campaign advisers have hinted at who he might appoint to his cabinet. possibly rudy giuliani for attorney general, newt gingrich for secretary of state, michael flynn for defense secretary or national security advisor. the election night shocker leaving democrats worried about big changes ahead. >> obamacare is done.
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dodd-frank is done. it's hard to imagine what this means. it is no sense in sugar coating it to people. >> so democrats with questions. republicans will have some questions too about their leadership. for example, not just house speaker paul ryan, but what happens now to people like ohio governor john kasich, who opposed donald trump's candidacy and people like jeb bush, who trump has hit on the campaign trail and who this morning just a couple of minutes ago is now tweeting congratulations to trump, saying he and his wife will pray for him. >> all right, hallie, thank you very much. let's bring in stoeve schmidt ad mark halperin. i think hallie did a good job laying out the promises donald trump made during the campaign. he went into the rust belt and said he's going to bring the jobs back and return them to their glory days, can he do it? >> it's going to be interesting to see. i thought he would rely more on paul ryan's policy proposals,
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the house republicans have some pretty big specifics on lots of issues. he didn't do that in the campaign. i suspect he may do it now. working with mike pence, who is going to be the capitol hill l liaison in chief, they may to the house republicans and senate republicans, show us what you got and i think a lot of things will be signed into law. >> he made a lot of promises, build a wall, make mexico pay for it, he talked about bringing jobs back to the midwest and he has a republican congress. so he doesn't have the ready-made excuse some presidents have where i wanted to but had these obstacles. it's all his to do but of course the devil is in the details. >> some of these things are completely fantastical and they're not going to happen. there's not going to be a wall paid for by mexico with a terrific door. you have two experienced leaders of governor, speaker ryan, leader mcconnell. he's the president-elect of the united states now. awesome power, awesome responsibilities. i think people want him to be
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successful. what they'll start working on now is what does that first hour look like, signing executive orders. what does the legislative package look like? and so i think that they will be hard at work over the next weeks trying to make him be successful. >> for as little as donald trump understands how washington works, mike pence really does. >> he does and paul ryan does and mitch mcconnell does and this is the moment. this is the moment they have been waiting for, here it is, so we'll see how it all develops. steve and mark, thank you. >> you know who understands the weather in washington? >> oh, yeah. >> mr. roker. he's got that down pat. >> there you go. as we look right now, we've got wet weather stretching from the gulf coast all the way to the northeast. some showers moving into the pacific northwest. temperaturewise it's going to be hot in the southwest with 90s in southern california. 50s as you get into the southwest and parts of the rockies where we've got some showers. 40s in northern new england. for today the big trouble spots really nothing too terrible. we've got wet weather from the mid-atlantic into the northeast. record highsrom the f
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good morning, grab the rain gear. we have rain quickly moving into the area. it's going to stay for much of the day. that will keep temperatures cool. 58 degrees this afternoon. the suburbs, showers will linger in the lawsuit afternoon hours. 55 degrees the high temperature. and rain in new jersey up to 58 degrees this afternoon. and the showers will still be going late today at the jersey shore with a high of 59. the showers will move out late this afternoon for the low high lee high value low. have a great day. and that's your latest weather. guys. >> for more than 18 months now america has been gripped by a grueling, divisive and dramatic race. by the way, the rest of the world was watching. >> so how has the election of donald trump been playing overseas? nbc's keir simmons is on duty in london with more on that. hi, keir, good morning. >> reporter: hey, savannah, good morning. good morning, malt. folks in cafes like this around the world have been asking
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themselves the same question you guys have this morning, what does it mean for my family, what does it mean for my country. let me just show you some international newspapers. the sydney morning herald with a picture of donald trump. revolution it says. there's another one here if i can get to it, "the wall street journal" president trump. many, many newspapers trying to make sense of what this means around the world. but the simple truth is, guys, many people here simply don't know. >> donald trump. >> donald trump. >> donald trump. >> reporter: america's political earthquake shaking the world this morning. >> he is the 45th president. >> reporter: few understanding what a president trump bill mean internationally. sending a jolt through global markets, americans overseas stunned. >> no one thought it could happen and it happened. >> one man in one election year in one branch of government is not going to end the world.
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>> donald trump -- >> reporter: international leaders waking up to a new world. the u.s.-backed battle to take mosul from isis in iraq under way. but the strategy questioned by donald trump on the campaign trail. now he will be commander in chief. across the middle east, they watched the results live. the region's strong men like egypt's president rushing to congratulate the president-elect. in israel, surprise and mixed reactions. >> shocked, but to tell you the truth, i was very happy. >> reporter: but in mexico, where he promised to build a wall on the border, the peso plummeting this morning. in europe, one french diplomat tweeting the world is collapsing before our eyes. here in britain, they're calling this america's brexit. after this country's unexpected vote to leave the european union. trump transforming the landscape. and not just here. countries like canada sharing a border with the u.s., impacted
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by the vote both economically and politically. here in russia, relations with america increasingly tense from the kremlin. president putin watching closely. putin sending a personal message to trump this morning and calling for dialogue, but putin accused of supporting hackers targeting the election will be tough to deal with. while in china, questions over the future of world trade. >> we are seeing a disaster coming. >> i think it's pretty good because he knew how to do business. >> reporter: iran, north korea, syria. the list of global challenges is long. this morning trump promising great international relations. america, a beacon of democracy for so long, now watched anxiously around the world. and the world is so fragile right now, guys, it seems like if you think of the world as like a jigsaw, donald trump just threw the pieces in the air,
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guys. >> thank you very much. coming up, donald trump's rise from his businesses to reality tv, now to the white ho good morning, it's 8:26 on this wednesday. let's get a check of our neighborhood forecast with bill henley. >> a sunny day but the rain has moved into the area. it's going to be rain through the morning and into the afternoon. but during the afternoon we'll start to see some breaks in the prescription. we'll see a little break move towards philadelphia. but mainly just rainy and that's going keep temperatures cool. 54 degrees in philadelphia with clouds and some rain. we'll hold steady. warm er at 1:00 this afternoon. >> jessica is keeping her eye on the traffic cameras.
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>> watching route 309 around paper mill road approach iing t turnpike. seeing an accident over into the shoulder. at least good news there. the roads are a a little et wet too. that might be the cause of some of these accidents. it's only blocking the shoulder there. the northbound lanes a little slow. also checking in with norristown, there's an accident around main street. this morning it's president-elect donald trump. trump captured pennsylvania on his way to winning the white house. hillary clinton is expected to speak this morning at 9:30. count on nbc 10 to carry those moments live. also new this morning in our area, we're told this fire at an old mill in wilmington is dying down. we were over the flame this is morning in mill road. the blaze began around 2:30 this morning. no reports of anyone hurt. we're back 25 minutes with another update. have a good kwun. meg internet f.
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it's 8:30, it's wednesday morning, 9th of november, 2016. about 50 degrees here in midtown manhattan as we check out the view of democracy plaza on this morning after historic election where the voters of the united states have spoken and spoken loudly. >> that rink really worked well last night with all the graphics showing the state-by-state results. i thought you guys did a great job last night. it was really interesting to watch. coming up, a look at donald trump's rise from a kid in queens to a brash businessman to
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now the president-elect. and the glass ceiling still intact for now. where hillary clinton fell short in her mission to break the ultimate barrier in politics. >> and tamron will take a look at how the drama of this election and the results are playing out on social media this morning. but first, mr. roker is here with a check of the weather. >> good morning, all. let's see what we've got as we make our way to the weather wall. you'll see record highs stretching from the plains into the southwest. we've got wet weather in texas, some showers and thunderstorms making their way through the northeast and the midatlantic states. tomorrow that system moves offshore, the sunshine returns to the east, but gusty winds ahead of this front around the great lakes. unseasonably mild for the western half of the country with plenty of sunshine. very quiet tomorrow, just a few good morning, i'm meteorologist bill henley. grab the rain gear.
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we have rain moving into the area. it's going to stay for much of the day. that will keep temperatures cool. 58 degrees this afternoon. the suburbs showers will linger in the late afternoon hours. 55 degrees the high temperature. and rain in new jersey up to 58 degrees this afternoon. and the showers will still go. be going late today at the jersey shore with a high of 59. the showers will move out late this afternoon for the lee high valley. 50s for delaware. . have a great day. >> don't forget to get that weather any time you need it, check out the weather channel on cable. guys. >> all right, al, thank you very much. now to hillary clinton's attempt to break the ultimate glass ceiling in politics. a presidential bid that once again fell short. andrea mitchell was at clinton headquarters last night and she of course covered the clinton campaign in 2008 and now here again. >> good morning, savannah. good morning, matt. well, even as hillary clinton lost much of her ground in recent polls, late yesterday her team was still optimistic that they would prevail. instead, they are now planning a concession speech shortly this morning as history is put on
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hold yet again. at clinton headquarters, heartbreak. >> oh, my gosh. you know, i kept looking up at the glass ceiling and it's still just solid. >> reporter: eight years after her concession speech invoking that famous glass ceiling. >> thanks to you, it's got about 18 million cracks in it. >> reporter: tuesday night, clinton a no-show. instead sending her campaign manager, john podesta, out to send devastated supporters home. >> so we're not going to have anything more to say tonight. she's done an amazing job and she is not done yet. >> reporter: unlike her 2008 bid for the white house, this time clinton embraced the historic nature of her run from the beginning. >> if america is going to lead, we need to learn from the women of the world who have blazed new paths. >> if fighting for women's health care and paid family leave and equal pay is playing the woman card, then deal me in. >> reporter: breaking new ground on women's rights, even as first
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lady. >> human rights are women's rights. >> reporter: but a quarter century in the spotlight also one of clinton's biggest obstacles as she struggled to fully earn voters' trust, despite a deeply unpopular opponent, never escaping questions about her use of a private e-mail server. >> it would have been better if i had two separate accounts to give with. >> reporter: the fbi announcement bringing the scandal back into the spotlight becoming clinton's october surprise, knocking her from what seemed a comfortable lead just 11 days before the election. and despite a massive ground game and numerous polls putting her ahead, analysts say her campaign vastly underestimating the depth of trump's support among white voters in suburban and rural areas. another weakness, winning over millenials, many of whom flocked to bernie sanders in the democratic primary. women supporters who finally hoped this would be their year. >> somebody has to win and somebody has to lose. you move forward and you move
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on. this should be an example of why we need more women running, right? >> reporter: the wait for the country's first female commander in chief, 240 years and still counting. and if the woman who president obama called the most qualified person ever to run for the white house couldn't break through, the question remains who can? >> and we're going to hear from secretary clinton coming up in just a little while. >> andrea, thank you. just ahead, the other side of the coin. look at donald trump's unlikely path to the presidency, but first on a wednesday morning, this is "today" on nbc.
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welcome back. for donald trump what started as an unexpected campaign ended in a stunning victory, one that's bound to change the future of american politics. >> so how did we and he get here? here's a look at donald trump before his candidacy and the billionaire businessman's rise to the highest office in the
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nation. >> usa, usa. >> thank you. >> he was the candidate few saw coming, and the candidate many never imagined would make it this far. >> ours was not a campaign but rather an incredible and great movement. >> his rise was improbable, his impact unprecedented. >> sadly, the american dream is dead. i will bring it back. bigger and better and stronger than ever before and we will make america great again. >> donald j. trump grew up in queens, new york, the second youngest of five children and the son of a successful self-made real estate developer. >> i grew up with a wonderful family and i believe that's had a lot to do with perhaps some of
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the things i've done. >> his father, fred, was an early influence. >> my father was great. good salesman, good builder. i learned so much from him and he was a great guy, a lovely guy. i loved my father. >> trump followed in his footsteps, joining the family business and later taking over the company. from the beginning, his ambitions were big. trump dreamed of breaking into manhattan's tough real estate market. and he did. erecting a 58-story ode to himself, trump tower. his name was everywhere. >> trump, it's taking on new meaning. it's written all over new york and atlantic city. >> and the young tycoon quickly found himself at the helm of a burgeoning empire. >> i believe to a certain extent you can make your own luck. >> but as luck would have it, the real estate market took a sharp turn in the early 1990s. >> finally the high-flying life style and hands-on management style of donald trump appear to be history. >> it left donald trump and his investments in financial ruin, and in a hole nearly a billion dollars deep.
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>> how much of a blow was it personally to have so much detail about your finances made public? >> i think that i've become very resilient over the years. >> with that resiliency, trump mounted his comeback, one he called bigger and better than before. >> people eat pizza the wrong way. >> crust first. >> now trump is calling himself the comeback kid. >> any sti didn't stop, i didn' up. i worked harder than i did when i started the company and it just never ended. >> rob, you're fired. >> i've been firing people all my life, so it's not like a big deal. >> but at the height of his popularity, trump also found himself embroiled in controversy. there were the women he loved. >> developer donald trump, who's been in the press plenty these days thanks to his marital troubles with wife ivana, his extra marlts affair with marla maples. >> i never had a drug in my life. i never had a glass of alcohol
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but i do go out with beautiful women. >> including his third wife, now future first lady, melania. >> we have a great relationship. i'm my own person and he's his own person and i think that's very important. >> and i'm happy to say -- >> and there were women trump mocked. >> it's very derogatory comments. if you're calling -- >> she said i had bad hair. she said i had bad hair. which is worse. i think i'd rather probably be fat. >> he also took on president obama. >> if he wasn't born in this country, then he has pulled one of the great cons in the history of politics. >> in the early years, donald trump's political aspirations were merely rumors. >> you have flirted with the idea of politics. now you're here at your first national convention. does that get you interested in possibly making the plunge? >> now you have to tell me something. who told me i flirted. i didn't know that i flirted. >> but then in 1999 -- >> no jokes, presidential race. are you serious? >> i am serious. i've seen what's happened. i've seen polls come out that say that i'd win. >> and again in 2011.
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>> what do you think you can do to really prove to people that you are serious, that you are a contender? >> i think i'm presidential. i think i have a very high aptitude. >> ladies and gentlemen -- >> the third time proved to be the charm. >> i am officially running for president of the united states and we are going to make our country great again. >> support for this new unconventional candidate reached a fevered pitch early on. >> usa. >> though his brash, off-the-cuff style garnered just as many critics and sharply divided the republican party. >> you don't have the endorsement of one republican senator and you work with these people. you should be ashamed of yourself. >> ultimately, he would go head to head with hillary clinton. >> donald supported the invasion of iraq. >> wrong. >> that is absolutely -- >> wrong. >> -- proved over and over
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again. >> together they became the most polarizing nominees in election history. >> america is tired of waiting. the moment is now. there has never been a movement like this in our country's history. >> today the country has voted in a president whose rise to the highest office, though unexpected, has left a lasting mark on american politics. >> it's an amazing story. >> it really is. >> from start to where we are now. >> and it's kind of just getting started, at least chapter 2. let's get to some other voter measures that were on the ballot last night. getting a lot of attention. so california, massachusetts and nevada have voted now to legalize the recreational use of marijuana. that gives a huge boost, of course, to allow pot nationwide but arizona voted no on its marijuana ballot measure. >> california and washington state voted to toughen gun control laws and in nebraska, voters have reinstated the death
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penalty, reversing the legislature's decision last year to repeal capital punishment. up next, tamron has her eye on what people are saying about the election results on social media. that should be fun to hear. >> it's interesting. >> first, this is "today" on nbc. ♪this holiday season, my good friend gave to me♪ ♪7 powerball tickets ♪6 match 6 chances ♪5 cash 5s ♪4 cash 4 lifes
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social media played a huge role in the presidential race and people are now busy sharing their thoughts on the outcome. >> i'm sure there wasn't even a peep. >> not a tweet heard in the world today. >> guys, this has been incredible to watch social media, whether it's twitter, instagram, facebook, all over the place americans wake up to the news that donald trump will be our next president and they have turned to social media to react for comfort, to express joy, it's all across the board. in the last 24 hours alone there have been more than 40 million tweets using the #election2016.
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that shattered the number we saw four years ago. speaker of the house paul ryan tweeted out i want to congratulate donald trump on his incredible victory. this has been a great night for our party and now we must turn our focus to bringing the country together. clinton supporters also letting their thoughts be heard. ethan wrote this. congrats to everyone who supported trump. i voted for hillary but this is a democracy and i respect the process. he achieved the impossible. with such a closely contested race, there are still people resisting the results. the top search on google throughout the night was this, canada immigration. social media filled with images showing canadian official immigration site crashed and it is still experiencing sporadic issues this morning. regardless of who you voted for, wish the best for trump. pray he does well. if he does well, we do well. it's our country. just to remind you, remember, people were going into so-called safe rooms on facebook where they were not allowing their friends to talk about politics. there was a stat around 7% to
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10% had ended friendships because of this election on social media. some of the dialogue. so we'll keep an eye on it. but if you log on to twitter, brace yourself. >> so many people are ready for the election to be over. >> but you said it. this is phase two. >> this is phase two. >> all right, tamron, thank you. coming up next, the sights and sounds from a ground-breaking election night. pretty unforgettable. but first, this is "today" on nbc. afoot and light-hearted i take to the open road. healthy, free, the world before me, the long brown path before me leading wherever i choose. the east and the west are mine. the north and the south are mine. all seems beautiful to me.
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welcome back. how newspapers and magazines are portraying the trump victory is interesting but "the new york times" and "the dallas morning news" go with trump triumphs. >> the papers in florida crediting them for pushing him over the top. florida lifts donald trump. the miami herald, it's trump. florida set the stage for victory against clinton. >> "people" magazine kept it simple and it just says "president trump." "the new york daily news" suggesting 1600 pennsylvania avenue will bow a house of horrors. i guess it's just like anything, choose your own news source depending on what your point of view is. >> and "the new york daily news" has not been bashful about headlines and stories like that over the last year or so. this was a campaign filled with
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unexpected twists and turns including the ultimate one at the very end. donald trump, now you're president-elect. here's how it all unfolded last night. >> and here we go, ladies and gentlemen, welcome to decision night in america here at nbc's democracy plaza. >> we're going to know early how late of a night this is going to be. florida is going to tell us everything tonight as far as the path for donald trump. >> no one thought it was going to be this close at this point. trump can still win this thing at 9:00 tonight. >> i think there's some real jitters setting in in clinton headquarters right now. >> this map is suddenly 50-50. >> the presidency is up for grabs. the american people have a funny way of making sure they get heard and they are being heard tonight. >> we've overlooked rural america a bit too much. >> ohio will go to donald trump. >> we have a major projection. in the state of virginia, the projected winner is hillary clinton. >> there are paths to 270 that are opening up for donald trump
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as we speak. >> he just blew through every single vote total estimate that democrats had and, frankly, even republicans. >> he is sending a message. my vote for donald trump says something to the establishment. >> and we have new projections at the 11:00 hour. nbc news projects that hillary clinton wins the state of california. two election viewing parties hoping to be celebrations a few blocks apart here in manhattan. no one is going home in either of them. >> wisconsin could be going, could be going republican for the first time in 32 years. >> it is 11:30 in the east and as we look at democracy plaza, nbc news projecting that donald trump is the apparent winner in florida. >> i need to interrupt with another one. trump wins iowa. >> they're chanting usa, usa, usa. they really feel like donald trump has a very good chance of winning. >> people just standing shell shocked. >> the mood is quite somber. you can sense it. it's fairly quiet here.
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this is anything but a victory party. >> those faces at the clinton headquarters say it all. >> she needs a miracle. >> it's been a long campaign, but i can say we can wait a little longer, can't we? so we're not going to have anything more to say tonight. >> clinton has called trump to concede the election. >> it is my high honor to introduce to you the president-elect of the united states of america, donald trump. >> we have to do a great job, and i promise you that i will not let you down. it's my honor. it's an amazing evening, it's been an amazing two-year period, and i love this country. thank you. thank you very much. >> a political earthquake, a come-from-behind story for the ages, a man who divide political
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8:56 right now on this wednesday. good morning, a little overcast out there. let's get more on our forecast from meteorologist bill henley. >> a little rainy. you can see the rain drops piling up on this camera. this is a view of the art musome. steady light rain. it's coming down heavier in the suburbs. and it's just light shower activity right now in new
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jersey. but this is all moving from west to east. it's going to be with us through the day. even into later this evening. temperatures into the 50s right now. that's where we're going to stay all day long. >> thank you for that. some wet roads out there as well. good morning. keeping their eye on traffic. >> we had a few accidents causing big delays. . this accident around route 309 has cleared, but you can see delay that remains there. heading towards the turnpike you'll see some delays. we have delays around the 9:00 hour. all of this moving through. that's headed northbound. so some delays and wet roads there as well. new this morning, this fire at afternoon old mill is now under control. you can see the damage already done. this is the scene earlier this morning. this fire started around 2:30 this morning. officials tell us that they had their hands full keeping it from spreading to neighboring buildings to homes.
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fortunately, no reports of any injuries. to decision 2016, new jersey voters rejected a measure to allow casinos at two locations in north jersey by 78% to 22%. that means gambling will remain legal only in atlantic city. we'll have another update in just about 25 minutes. remember you can always get the latest news and weather with the nbc 10 app. now back to the toad toad show. have a good one. ♪
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this morning on "today's take" donald trump stunning the nation and the world with a historic victory. what happens next. dr. oz unveiling his step-by-step plan to prevent and reverse wrinkles. plus look at how you work out. the hottest looks in athleisure wear coming up right now. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today's take" live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> welcome to "today" on a wednesday morning, november 9th, 2016. i'm al along with tamron and dylan. i'm still chuckling over our open. with this momentous election of any generation probably and we're going to help you with
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wrinkles. >> people care about wrinkles. >> but also life goes on. i was just doing the hit on the social media and the reaction from people. they kept saying when is this going to happen. when is this election. it's happened and you realize that you've still got to get up with your children, you still have to look forward to the birth of your child. there's halloween next year and costumes. we try to figure out who we are. it's democracy. >> 16 years ago we had a split between the popular vote and electoral college. we look at the latest results and we're seeing right now that as we look at democracy plaza, even though donald trump leads -- obviously has won the electoral college, in the popular vote, hillary clinton is winning. >> currently, we've not finalized those numbers but a lot of people went to bed, it was a very long night. there was some predictions that it was going to be early depending on how florida went. that was not true. the polling, all of this information we've been chewing
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on 20 months was basically inaccurate. it was a historic victory for donald trump. look at the headlines from the papers, "the daily news." >> they're all over the place. >> they're all over the place but point in one direction, a victory for donald trump last night. people woke up this morning, you know, social media, what just happened? >> well, i was watching everything last night and then around 11:30 i'm like, all right, i'm going to bed because clearly this isn't going to -- there's no answer right away. and then i kept dreaming that -- it was like when you forecast a big snowstorm and you just keep dreaming like it's not snowing or it is snowing. it's just weird. i had all these dreams. then i woke up and checked my phone. oh, okay. i had no idea what was going on but my mind was going crazy. >> and you look not just here, but the response around the world, incredible. let's take -- el periodico. then you've got liberation,
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tru trumppocalypse. and "people" magazine's new cover out, president trump. >> what does this victory mean not just for donald trump, of course, but for the general public? you have now the senate and the house controlled by republicans. this is the first time someone who's never held office, he never served in the military, will now lead this country. he gave that victory speech. 2:50 a.m. local time. after receiving a concession call from secretary clinton. >> now it's time for america to bind the wounds of division. we have to get together. to all republicans and democrats and independents across this nation, i say it is time for us to come together as one united people. i pledge to every citizen of our
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land that i will bow president for all americans, and this is so important to me. for those who have chosen not to support me in the past, of which there were a few people, i'm reaching out to you for your guidance and your help so that we can work together and unify our great country. it's been what they call a historic event, but to be really historic, we have to do a great job. and i promise you that i will not let you down. we will do a great job. we will do a great job. >> there you have it. a very subdued speech. one tinged with humility. so one has to -- look, at the end of the day you want the president to succeed because then we all succeed.
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>> just a little factoid, melania trump now becomes the first foreign-born first lady since louisa adams. the question is also what role will his daughter, ivanka trump, play. he said the company will be in a blind trust. this is all new territory for this country to have a president who has a privately held company. melania trump said that she wanted to focus in on cyberbullying and some of the things that are happening on social media. >> and of course as you look forward, now president-elect trump has laid out a very ambitious first 100 days. he talked about repealing and replacing obamacare. of course as we know building that wall along the southern border, ripping up current trade deals. also nominating conservative justices for the supreme court and of course the total ban of -- he called for a total and complete shutdown of muslims
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entering the united states until we can figure out what's going on. >> it's going to be an extraordinary event also for house speaker paul ryan who said he voted for donald trump but refused to campaign with him. very few republicans who were running for re-election or office campaigned with him. he had very few celebrities. the party was divided against him and it was in some ways political analysis, donald trump against the world. >> yeah. >> if you look at the fact that a lot of republicans chose not to align themselves at least publicly with him. >> well, you look at what happened, i mean the two outsiders who made the biggest amount of noise, donald trump and bernie sanders. and in certain ways, they were very sympatico as far as the people that they tapped into. that makes you wonder like how did these polls get it so wrong? there was a whole group of people -- i think there were a lot of people who were a little nervous about saying they were for donald trump publicly.
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>> trump always said that he had secret support. he had people who in polite company, as they call it in the cable news world, did not want to admit it. women, educated women particularly. so we don't know. we'll still look at the analysis of it. but this is the second election cycle where polls were completely off kilter. other than nate silver. >> and i don't really understand who they tap into. >> apparently they don't understand either because they were wrong. >> see, when we blow a forecast, everybody is -- it's not so easy now, is it, pollsters? >> meteorologists get all the grief when they get it wrong and not the pollsters. >> you could see all the pundits just like -- welcome to our world. >> nate silver, though -- >> we have science to back up why something might have changed. >> nate silver says he has science behind it. he's a very, very popular pollster if you follow him on his blog. he adjusted some models last week and it basically said he
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had given democrats cardiac arrest by these models because he actually said this is not right. and so he uses a scientific formula and it turns out he was on it. >> i think the three people who -- this morning waking up and what are they thinking. i think for donald trump, president-elect trump, it's like the enormity of it is settling in. obviously for hillary clinton, what happened. and i have to think president obama. >> yeah, he put it all on the line. >> take a listen to what he talked about with matt back in january. >> do you feel you're responsible for a certain hunger out there for the message that donald trump is putting out? >> the message that donald trump is putting out has had adherence a lot of times during the course of our history. you know, talk to me if he wins, then we'll have a conversation about how responsible i feel about it. >> when you stand and deliver that state of the union address
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a in no part of your mind or brain can you imagine donald trump standing up one day and delivering a state of the union address? >> well, i can imagine it in a saturday night skit. look, anything is possible, and i think we shouldn't be complacent. i think everybody has got to work hard. >> i want you to focus, because the choice you face when you step into that voting booth could not be clear. donald trump is temperamentally unfit to be commander in chief. >> ironically "saturday night live" became such a big part of the national discussion. when we come back, not only will we talk about what does it mean for hillary clinton's future, but we're also going to hear from alec baldwin, who talked about what it would mean if donald trump wins for his acting career. i've got more at progresso, we are passionate about our art. and our art is chicken soup. which is why we are now using 100% antibiotic and hormone free
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"today's take." of course hillary clinton is not giving a concession speech last night, waiting until this morning. i guess there was a tweet? >> yeah, there was a tweet last night before the polls closed. she said this team has so much to be proud of whatever happens tonight. thank you for everything. and so it is, what does it mean for her. she's first lady, senator of new york, the secretary of state. >> politics is her identity. >> the first woman to lead a major political party. does she go back to a role with the clinton foundation. what does this mean? and really what does the conversation about gender in our politics, we still have not had a female president. >> i don't think it was -- i don't think people were saying i'm not ready for a female president. i think they just weren't ready for this female president. >> women voted, you know, again going back to the stats the way women voters went, but i do think there's always a conversation, though, about
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gender, not necessarily voting against her but understanding some of the conversation that happens. i do have people who are tweeting in to us saying what do i tell my daughter, because no matter how this turned out, there are things that came up in the last 20 months that if you have a teenage daughter or son are complicated things to talk about. so that's just real tough. >> absolutely. wondering what this means for, obviously, the president-elect and hillary clinton and president obama. the other man affected by this or could be is alec baldwin, who did that spot-on donald trump impersonation. i was actually listening to brian on w nchnyc and he had aln as a guest. >> so is the run as trump over now or are you back on saturday night? >> i hope it's over. >> if he wins, you're back on?
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>> if he wins, i would imagine there might be some opportunity for that, but i want my weekends back so i can go be with my kids. >> i'm going to miss kate mckinnon as hillary. i'm sure they'll still work her in. >> so does alec baldwin come back? how does that work once the election is over? it's such a blur to me. >> do you have the weather? >> that's right. no matter what happens, the sun always rises and always sets. and so in between, here's what we've got for your weather. some wet weather making its way into the pacific northwest. there's a frontal system stretching from the gulf all the way on up into new england bringing some showers. nothing too horrible, that's the good news. look at the heat down in southern california, 90s there. 40s and 50s in the northeast. 60s in the mid-atlantic states. and we're going to be looking at unseasonably warm weather. record highs from the plains on into the central rockies. look for wet weather along the mid-atlantic states, into the northeast some showers and thunderstorms down through southern texas. and again we are going to see warm weather lasting throughout the plains, midwest and on into
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the gulf coast and southeast right on toward the end of the good morning, i'm meteorologist bill henley. grab the rain gear. we have. rain moving into the area. it's going to stay for much of the day. that will keep temperatures cool this afternoon. the suburbs, showers will linger in the late afternoon hours. 55 degrees the high. and rain in new jersey. up to 58 degrees this afternoon. the showers will still be going late today at the jersey shore with a high of 59. the showers will move out late this afternoon for the lee high value low. 50s for delaware. have a great day. and that is your your latest we. did the election cause you to get a few more wrinkles, lose a little sleep? dr. oz will reveal his plan to help you reverse your wrinkles so we will all look like a baby's bottom. thank yo
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most of us would give anything to look younger or stop looking older so we brought in dr. mehmet oz and he's going to reveal his plan to combat wrinkles. before we reveal his anti-aging secrets, the good doctor is going to test my skin smarts. good morning, good to see you. before we get to the quiz, you have a food investigation coming up? >> all month long we're doing this all access food pass so we're going to teach you the truth about food in your life and then give you some things.
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we're going to focus on the breakfast sandwiches so many americans love. how do they really make those eggs, how are they so circular. there's some chemicals that are added. how about the sausage patties. you can get your food quickly and not sacrifice your health. one of the first places you can tell the inside of your body is not happy, the outside of your body. >> your skin. >> beauty represents that we're healthy on the inside. i can say because of the color on your eyes, the rouge on your lips or cheeks and the texture of your skin that you must be healthy on the inside because the barometer of your health is your skin. >> what's your first question? >> what is the top cause of wrinkles? is it aging, smoking, the sun? or repeated facial expressions. that's one of them as well. >> the sun? >> are you confident? how confident are you? >> well, it's the thing we're all most exposed to because not everyone smokes, but we all age but different various -- i think
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the sun. >> you're so smart, so smart. when you take the medical school boards, they want to know how confident you are. it's the sun. aging does cause a little problem. smoking causes those vert yal lines, a big issue. but the sun is number one. it causes a lot of us because of question number two. are you ready for that? >> i'm ready. >> what is the main way the sun damages your skin. does it dry out the skin, does it break proteins in the skin or cause the buildup of toxins because of ultraviolet rays hitting your face? >> i'm not confident but i'm going to go with it causes the buildup of toxins. >> i got it wrong. >> that's wrong. >> i'll be honest. >> i was going to go for that. >> the proteins in the skin are called collagen. when we come back, we'll do a second segment about what to do about these things. but we're going to show you -- i love when you go like this. >> i do this because i'm trying to feel this out. >> my mom used to do this all the time, she still does. so we want to preserve the
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collagen. what's the best secret ingredient to help build collagens. >> anticox dants. >> healthy fats are good for the skin. the fiber makes you go to the bathroom more often. antioxidants is the way to go. the third question, the antioxidants on the outside or inside. do you eat them or apply them to the skin. >> eat them. you said it's from the inside out. isn't beauty from the inside out? >> you need to do both. >> that was a trick question. >> it was a trick question but you got it right. if you do both of these things, build it from the inside out but also put it on top of your face, you can get a benefit. when we come back, i'll walk you through a four-step skin plan that's well vetted. i am confident it will help most folks. when you're all stressed out like many people are today after being up all night long watching election results, it will help. >> i'll be honest, i've put on a facial mask pretty much every day of my life since my 20s. i got this advice from a woman
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good morning, just a few minutes before 9:30 on this wednesday. a a little bit damp outside to say the least. let's get more with meteorologist bill henley. . >> a dreary day ahead. the rain is coming down. we saw it first in the lee high valley east and getting e steady light rain this morning. a cloudy view. you can see the rain coming down in wilmington. and philadelphia, there are the rain drops on the camera at the adventure aquarium. no sign of fog, but visibility is lower with the rain that's in the area. it's going to stay with us through this morning and. into this afternoon. you can see some breaks in the precipitation around harrisburg. >> thank you, bill. jessica is watch iing the
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roads out there. >> watching the expressway. moving into center city, we're looking at cameras around montgomery drive. 30 minutes now. so at least doubling your drive time. plus that morning volume. eastbound to the expressway, 422 hasn't recovered. for some reason i didn't see trump having that much of a chance. >> he has some sort of pull. >> just some local reaction to a president-elect donald trump. he beat hillary clinton for the white house. senator pat toomey of pennsylvania is going back to washington after his win over katie mcginty. it was a narrow margin of victory. he won by just 2 points. we'll have another update in 25 minutes. then we'll be back for a full hour of news all the 11:00. you can get the latest news and weather with the app. have a good day.
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and we're back with the one and only dr. oz. he's going to unveil a step-by-step plan to combat and reverse wrinkles. >> good morning. >> this is an explainer about how our skin works and wrinkles. it looks like a trampoline. >> tamron did so well on the quiz. if you just push on that, that's the fluffiness, that's the elasticity that we have in our skin. you have elastin and collagen. when your collagen is not being well taken care of, your skin begins to dimple and nobody wants that. what i'm going to do is walk you through the smart advice that we can give to all americans inexpensively to do just this, to rebuild the collagen so it's better than it was before.
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>> you can reverse wrinkles, you can. >> you can. by the way, you don't want to look like you're 20 when you're 60. that's not the point. you want to look really good at 60 or whatever age you happen to be. >> let me ask you a question. there's a saying we have in the black community, black don't crack. now, people of color tend to wrinkle less. >> is that true? >> is that anecdotal? >> that's true. when i see patients in my office, i'm no better now than when i started guessing the age of my patients that are african-american. you're automatically wearing an spf of 20 or 30 so it's really important to avoid extra damage from sun. in north europe you wanted the 61 to go through your skin to make vitamin d. so the body beautifully adjusts. over a few generations, your skin color will begin to change as well according to how much skin exposure you have. >> so al and i are 300 years old. >> you look so good. >> what do you have for products? >> moisturizer is the foundation of everything we're going to
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talk about. it lube railway cates the skin. what i recommend is more of an ointment than a lotion. they're a little thicker and they go on better and i recommend that you get one of an spf of at least 15 but preferably 30. i put moisturizer on twice a day, once in the morning, once in the evening. >> you go to the department stores and see these really, really expensive moisturizers. can you use like a petroleum jelly based moisturizer? >> sure. there are drugstore chain products now that 15, $20 at most, inexpensive that will last you the whole month. it's the best investment you can make. the second best investment you can make is something with retinol in it. it's available over the counter. doctors can give you a higher dose if they think you need it. my mom would always dot herself, polka dots all over her face,
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especially under the eye. you want to do this once, maybe twice a week. be careful you don't do it too much if you notice redness or irritation. i think it's better off in the evening. you can be by yourself and you're not going to have toxic effects of chemicals and the sun influencing the retinol. >> i do retinol monday, wednesday and friday. three days a week and at night is when i do it. monday, wednesday, friday at night. >> exfoliator? >> it's critical for a bunch of reasons. we talked about collagen. all of these change collagen levels. the retinols do it especially with higher doses but exfoliation does it as well. you could exfoliate at least once or twice a week. you don't have to spend a lot of money. all of these things you should do every day. i asked a question about what you should eat or apply. >> you said both. do both. >> this is an example of why that's so. take an avocado, which is healthy fats which the skin likes. it has a little roughness to it. all of the glycolic acids in the citrusy fruits and the berries and the like, they have a little
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bit of ability to irritate your skin just the right amount so your skin responds in making more collagen to make that trampoline effect that we have. so go ahead, you may do the honors. >> what do you want me to do with it? >> just apply. >> on your face? >> the one thing -- >> i had one job. >> can you get some chips over here. >> what is this doing to you other than a mess? >> something called glycolic acid which is naturally present in a lot of foods. when you apply it to your face and leave it there for 10, 15 minutes, you're stimulating -- thank you very much -- glycolic acid, a reaction in the skin. you're also debriding a little old skin on the surface so it allows the younger skin to reflect light more accurately. that gives you that shine, that life, that body that you want your skin to have. >> after your show today, you're going to be appearing in
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yes, miles teller has been described as having the "it factor" as one of hollywood's fastest-rising stars. you know him from such blockbusters as "divergent" playing the role of peter and in its 2016 seeiquel. >> he was an ambitious young drummer in a 2014 film "whiplash." >> now he's in a true story of a boxing legend who sets out to make one of the most ambitious comebacks in sports history after breaking his neck in a near fatal car accident. >> i'm getting pretty sick of people talking about me like i'm dead. like i died in that car wreck. like it's just over for me. i'm going to fight again. >> no, you ain't, vinny.
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that's what everybody here knows. they're afraid to say it to your face. you're not going to fight again. >> miles teller, congratulations on this movie. it really at its heart, it's a comeback movie. it's not really a sports movie. this is about an amazing comeback and human spirit. >> yeah, absolutely. i think that boxing more so than any other sport has been brought to the, you know, big screen. it's a very -- i think it transcends the sport of boxing. vinny achieved what he was being told wasn't possible. he broke his neck and they said you might never walk again. you might certainly never box again. in real life vinny five days after breaking his neck went down to his basement with this thing on and said, no, i'm going to -- yeah, i'm going to come back from this.
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five days after breaking his neck tried to start bench press and comes back a year later and in real life won three more world titles afterwards. it's just such an incredible story about a guy with will and perseverance and sense of self. to me that's the thing i take away from it, him knowing something about himself nobody else knew. every doctor is telling him this is impossible. what you love to do, that's done. you need to find something else. but he told me, he said, miles, i knew that i was meant to be a fighter. if i couldn't fight, i didn't care about walking. it's unreal. >> i worked in rhode island for a couple of years, i lived in cranston. his pictures would be up in different restaurants. >> yeah. >> did you go to vinny for guidance? you crushed the accent. >> yeah. you know, it's interesting, it was the first time that i ever played a real-life person. you know, i've seen these kind
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of movies before, i know they're going to show archival footage at some point. you want to be pretty close to the guy. yeah, i don't know. once i was on set, absolutely, vinny is the only person who can tell you how to bench press with a halo on. there's no other person in the world who can speak with any authority on that. so for certain scenes like that, yeah, it was really special. very rarely does someone make a movie about your life and very rarely are you in your 50s or still old enough or young enough to really appreciate it. vinny retired 15 years ago and already a movie produced by martin scorcese is in theaters. >> what you got, miles? what you got physically there? >> you know, i'm not going to try and go -- i'm not going to try and match what al can do in the gym.
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you know, i don't need to feed my ego that way. >> but you did some physical training, right? >> you can see in that "divergent" clip, i filmed this movie not that long after that. i was not -- i certainly don't think i was the guy studios were calling to be a five-time world champion italian-american boxer. we filmed this two years ago, but i lost 20 pounds and got down to 6% body fat and then i had to gain 15 pounds back while we were filming. >> the biggest problem you had was growing the mustache. >> i wish i still looked like that. >> you know what, this movie is a moment in your life and it is brilliant. congratulations on it. it opens nationwide next friday, november 18th. bench press, show him what you got? >> no!
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>> al. >> that's what's going on around the country. here's what's happening in your neck of the woods. . good morning, i'm meteorologist bill henley. we have rain quickly moving into the area. it's going to stay for much of the day. that will keep temperatures cool. . 58 degrees this afternoon. the suburbs, showers will linger sbo the late afternoon hours. 55 degrees the high temperature. and rain in new jersey up to 58 degrees this afternoon. and the showers will still be going late today at the jersey shore with a high of 59. the showers will move out late this afternoon for the valley. 50s for delaware. have a great day. here's how benefiber® works. inside each of us are trillions of good microflora
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at the grocery store, the school pickup line, the gym, athleisure is everywhere. it's one of the biggest fashion trends for men and for women because it's sporty, stylish and, above all, comfortable. >> and it's a stupid word. so we have some things perfect for the cooler weather. here is the lifestyle editor at >> comfywear. >> al does not love the word "athleisure." >> but he likes the style. >> it's a mega trend because we've been comfortable and we're not going back, right?
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and now for women and men. >> so here's our first look, cardio chic. >> the cardio chic look. here we have sheana. this look was inspired by dance. let's start with her leggings. two things we love about it, high waist, which is a huge trend and so flattering and then the bold print. these are by reebok and they're -- this campaign features gigi hadid, so who doesn't want to wear it. you know what she's wearing. we paired it also from reebok a cardio tank and we tucked it in so it looks like a crop top but you don't have to show the tummy so it's a lot more wearable. lastly, the huge trend, the bomber jacket. this one has been updated in a little mesh so it's perfect for going to the gym, it's perfect at the gym and it's just $17. >> and if you sew it together, it's almost like a laundry bag. >> so love this look on sheana. >> thank you so much. our next look is bold and bright. >> bold and bright.
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here we have christina coming in. there she is. and this look is inspired by one of our favorite athleti athletic athleisure style icons and that is beyonce. christina's top is a graphic tee from ivy park, which is beyonce's line. just $25 so that's a great way to get in on that graphic, bold look which we're seeing in and outside of the gym. then we went for a huge pop of color, which is a big deal at the gym. you really want to stand out. this is sort of a high-tech oversized take on the hoodie. you can see christina can pull her little hood up and she looks so sporty and cool. >> those bright colors really are all the rage. >> and lastly, let's talk about probably the biggest trend this season in legging and you can see she's wearing those mesh insert leggings. this is great to mix in with your entire wardrobe. i mean wear it with a leather jacket, oversized sweater and
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the rihanna sales star favorite, the adidas superstar. we see them everywhere. >> from big color to m monochromatic. >> i want to curl up and wear this outfit every day. >> that looks comfy. >> i want that right now. >> i love it. it's like an updated take on the gray sweatshirt and a couple of big trends here, the jacquard great quilting and the funnel neck. the funnel neck is fashion meets function. you can pull it all the way over your head if you want. >> in case you want to rob a bank. >> and for the ladies, here's another thing we love about this top is it's the perfect length for running around town. i mean she could be going to the gym, she could be going to a movie. >> okay. let's get the guys look in here from steven real quickly. >> guys are loving the athleisure look too. the great thing about guys is it's high tech and high style,
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so his t-shirt is a merino tee from outdoor voices. this fabric keeps you warm when it's cold outside, cool when it's hot outside and is naturally odor absorbing. >> he's got a lot of layering going on. >> al, you've got to touch this jacket, this is so soft. this is another piece by outdoor voices. it's high style but also four-way stretch and built to take away sweat, right? and lastly these leggings. al, this is what all the guys are wearing. >> that's not happening. >> it's a new trend. >> no, not for me. thank you so much. bring all of our models back in here. other than that, you are okay, steven, until the leggings. we're back in a moment, but first this is "today" on nbc.
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coming up, we have a little something for our friends in the control room. more specifically, our producer, miss tammy filler, this is for tammy. >> happy birthday! >> with tamron there. >> elvis dur an is there. >> tammy is not going to be here on friday. >> she thought we would forget. happy birthday, tammy! >> happy birthday! >> so glad she had her makeup on. >> now, elvis has agreed to -- oh, look at this birthday outfit. >> al, do you see what tammy has on on her birthday? bringing real mom hotness into america. >> that's right. >> we're going to help you set your thanksgiving table, but who
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good morning, i'm rosemary. more on our forecast from meteorologist bill henley. >> it's a steady, light rain. this is going to stay with us through the morning hours. now it's extending to the the jersey shore. look the at the light rainfall. you can see there are some breaks in the precipitation. so it will taper off at times this afternoon. but it's not going to come to an end completely during the day today. 50 so far. a little bit of progress now up
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to 51 degrees in the value e lee. up to 53 degrees in philadelphia. we'll manage middle to upper 50s this afternoon. the rain tapers off later this evening. jessica has her eye on the traffic. >> slippery roads and a lot of accidents out there as well. there's one on presidential boulevard just around city avenue. a big backup on city avenue because of that. and the right lane is blocked. also 95, big delay in center city. a slow go down the wet roads and through the work zone. 38 minutes with a 22 miles per hour average speed into the city. new this morning, this fire at an old mill in wilmington is under control. this is video of people lining up for the polls yesterday. we know republican donald trump pulled off a stunning upset to win the white house. he won the battleground state of pennsylvania flipping it red from blue for the first time since 1988. pennsylvania has voted for a democrat the past six elections.
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>> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. hello, everybody. it's wines day wednesday. november 9th. actually billy graham's 98th pernlgd today. >> happy birthday. >> i want to wish him well. day after a big election, historic election. >> a big show today. billy eisner from billy on the street is here. a funny funny bit he does. back for a fifth season. >> yes. >> couldn't get more shocking. just wait. as w


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