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>> from boston's news leader, this is wcvb newscenter 5 at noon. donald trump is going to be our president. we are him an open mind and a chance to lead. emily: hillary clinton addressing her supporters and the nation conceding the race to the white house. >> it's clear that we have maintained the lead in and have won this race. erika: new hampshire governor
kelly ayotte not conceding. we begin with hillary clinton. emily: she described the outcome of the election is painful but says the effort was not about her but country we love. kenneth mouton begins our team coverage. kenneth: clinton's confession. >> last night i congratulated donald trump been offered to work with him on behalf of our country. kenneth: hillary clinton making her concession speech hours after her loss tna >> this is not the outcome we worked so hard for and i am sorry that we did not win this election. kenneth: trump triumphant as he spends his first full day as the men will be the 45th president to lead this nation. he will do it with the gop controlled house and senate. >> i will be president for all americans. i promise you that i will not let you down. kenneth: the republican was outspent and down in the polls most of the race against clinton
>> we overheard a major debt of gratitude for her service to our country. kenneth: his stances on hot button issues and rhetoric appointive major criticism as he beat out 16 gop primary rivals. excited white working class men and women and lower them a cut it turn out prepared trump for victory. >> they want to go in a new and different direction. they want different leadership. congratulated the man he and so many high-profile democratic surrogates called a racist and unfit to be the next commander-in-chief. it was a tough campaign for trump but now the hard work begins to unite the country. tomorrow he will head to washington wear president obama will welcome him to the white house. erika: less than 1000 votes
hampshire governor maggie hassan is declaring victory in the u.s. senate race over kelly ayotte. at this hour a half is not conceding. antoinette antonio is life in concord with this. antoinette: this race has been tight since the beginning and that continues through today. if that vote count holds new hampshire governor maggie hassan will move from the statehouse to the senate in washington. >> maggie, maggie. antoinette: democrat supporters gathered behind the statehouse for a last-minute press conference this morning. through the overnight hours this race had been too close to call. at one point republican kelly ayotte had the lead by as many as 1500 votes. hassan is now declaring victory over the incoming senator -- the incumbent senator. >> we are confident that our
i am proud to stand here as the next united states senator from new hampshire. [cheering] antoinette: ayotte's campaign releasing a statement saying " this has been a closely contested race on the beginning and we look forward to the results being announced by the secretary of state and ensuring that every vote is counted in this race that has received an historic level of inter" this race yes. maggie hassan said that she and kelly ayotte have not spoken. erika: thank you area to our local leaders. governor charlie baker did not cast a vote in the presidential race thing trump lacked temperament to be president. the governor released a statement saying "the people of
collaboratively to solve our nation's problems and it is my hope that president-elect donald trump works quickly to unite our country after a divisive election." emily: we are hearing from the first time from tom brady and coach bill belichick about that surprise announcement from donald trump. the president-elect telling voters at a rally in new hampshire that both voted for him. let's get to todd kazakiewich live from gillette stadium. todd: about anything other than football but today he is talking about that note he wrote to donald trump. belichick says they have been friends for a long time and belichick says his friendship transcends politics and religion. >> i think anybody that spent more than five minutes with me knows i'm not a political person. comments are not politically motivated.
secretary of state carry in our locker room. another front of my. can imagine two people with more political -- with more different political views. >> did you find it helpful -- >> seattle. seattle. todd: after speaking briefly about trump belichick returned to typical form. as he said, it's on to seattle. tom b still a lot of talk about this pic. he has previously said trump would be a great president but today brady is stopping short of an endorsement. i talked >> my wife and she said i can't talk about politics anymore. i think that's a good decision made for our family. he's been in our locker room for a long time. he's been to a lot of games over the years, been in our locker
games. going up against the jets and stuff like that. long before he was ever a politician. you develop relationships with lots of people and i've come in contact with a lot of different people over the years. some become your friend and you keep in touch with and some you don't. todd: when asked whether he was staying up late watching returns brady said he was asleep last night getting ready for the week. the focus shifts back to football. seahawks at gillette stadium. emily: here in massachusetts perhaps one of the most contentious ballot questions. voters have approved recreational marijuana use. anyone 21 and over is allowed to possess, use and transfer marijuana and products containing marijuana concentrate like edibles. there's a one ounce limit on purchases in possession and
to 10 ounces of pot secured with a lock in their home. it also grow up to six pot plants in your home. overnight supporters of the referendum celebrating that when. >> we are on a new path to a superior system. the voters of massachusetts should be very proud. emily: governor baker who opposed the question says his administration -- the last day of the prohibition is december 14. erika: voters rejected the expansion of charter schools by a wide margin. more than 62% opposed. civil rights groups who worked to defeat the measure say part -- charter schools take too much money way for traditional schools. laura healy -- maura healey applauding the outcome. >> i support charter schools as places of innovation. i don't think they are
district schools. with up to be doing everything we can to make sure that massachusetts has the best district schools in the country. erika: charlie baker says while question to was not successful he's proud of his historic investment that his administration made in public schools and new proposals to make college more affordable. emily: election results have had a significant impact on markets around the world and we are joined by financial expert armstrong. stocks have gone up and down all morning. what does this mean? barry: some sectors of the market doing remarkably well like defense stocks performing quite well. you are seeing some sectors out -- underperform, insurance companies in particular are suffering from losses. there is fear that double dribbled do away with the affordable care act. erika: a specific things that the american investor should
barry: i would not panic. last night we saw futures markets were down about 800 point in a few minutes ago we're there -- a few minutes ago they were up a few hundred points. i would advise people come down, let's wait and see. the first thing you're going to see is some tax reform and infrastructure projects that will take place next year. erika: coming up we will have a check of the weather tracking if you rain showers today.
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>> this is painful and it will be for a long time. erika: we continued to follow breaking news. hillary clinton delivered her concession speech after donald trump must upset victory. clinton urging supporters to accept results saying they owed trump a chance to lead. she says american democracy depends on the peaceful transition of power.
62 degrees. erika: despite a lot of cloud cover. cindy: to the west and to the south there's a little bit of rain. it's going to skirt our area this afternoon. a couple of showers around as we move forward into the afternoon and evening so have an umbrella with you. a low to medium impact. that is the evening hours we could see a couple of showers. the radar picking up on some light shower activity. close to worcester and westward. we can most of it is south and west of the worcester area. around southbridge up to orange, a couple of raindrops. everything on the lighter side likely just enough to what the ground. to the south there's a spin happening. low-pressure organizing to the mid-atlantic states. the slow forming along this frontal boundary is going to track to our south and come close to cape cod.
this from marshfield to the cape the island to the south coast is where we could see near to over 1/10 an inch of rain. elsewhere i don't think we will get that out of this. you can see the sky over boston is mostly cloudy. a thin overcast allowing for sunshine. the temperature has come up to 61 in boston with that light west northwesterly wind. not as dry as it has been lately. the western part of the state where we have that rain, only the 40's. they difference in temperature between the coast line. the cold front is coming through so the temperatures will drop. pretty sharply after the sun goes down, bid date we're back into the 40's. between 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. i think definitely the best chance to see showers around the boston area. could be scattered light activity around the western area into southern new hampshire.
we may focus a few more showers especially in southeastern massachusetts. likely little bit of what weather and then after 8:00 p.m. a lot of this will shift offshore and as it does so the skies will clear up quickly. temperatures will be dropping. down mostly in the 30's tonight. upper 20's and cooler suburbs. expect a bright sunshine. we will be watching this front to the north. as it s tomorrow we got the sunshine. temperatures not nearly as mild as today. managing the 50's for highs tomorrow. on veterans day friday from comes through. the story on friday as an impact whether day due to strong wind in the afternoon. northwesterly wind gusting close to 40 miles per hour. saturday morning only in the
running in the 30's all day long. a quick shot of cold for the start of the weekend and by sunday we're moderating temperatures. close to 60 but released -- by early next week. emily: worked already underway for the inauguration crews are constructing the viewing platform for the inaugural parade down and salinas avenue. in our duration day will be friday, january 20. congressional delegation when the chains on the bar -- heading back to washington, jim mcgovern, niki tsongas, joe kennedy and katherine clark. also set moulton, michael capuano and bill keating. neither ed markey nor elizabeth warren were up for reelection. erika: more on the balance of power. a republican wave in congress. big victory in pennsylvania giving the gop control of the
the race between hassan and ayotte to close to call the hassan has declared herself the winner. louisiana were go to a will run off next month and the gop maintains their hold on the house extending their six-year streak in control. 15 seeks not protected republicans of 230. immigrants have 190. paul ryan did win his reelection campaign. a former two-time republican presidential nominee, mitt trump a fraud and faulted him for misogyny and bullying posted a subdued congratulations on twitter. best wishes for our duly elected president, may his victory speech be his guide and preserving the republic his aim. pope francis tweeting from the vatican this morning, may we make god's merciful love ever more evident in our world through dialogue, mutual
supported hillary clinton are concerned that a trump presidency will bring fallout. mayor marty walsh told ed harding he worries the city could be out big money. i fear in a lot of ways not just that he won't give it to boston but the fact that i think he would run a white house that would not work the same way that we are seeing positive things happening. you have a dollar figure on how much money could be a jeopardy for in new hampshire as recently as yesterday. other stories for you right now. at least one person has died and 50 more injured when a train derailed in south london during a heavy rainstorm. emergency crews are still working at that scene to free two people trapped inside. officials say they are investigating but the trams driver has reportedly been arrested. erika: boston police are
savannah avenue around 10:45 last night found a man suffering from a gunshot want to the upper body. he was pronounced dead at the scene. anyone with information is asked to call police. emily: we want to take you to the white house where the president is expected to make remarks about the election. let's listen in. >> yesterday, before votes were tallied, i shot a video that some of you may have seen in which id you're on in the election, regardless of whether your candidate won or lost, the sun would come up in the morning. that is one bit of prognosticating that came true. the sun is up. i know everybody had a long night. i did as well. i had a chance to talk to
it was to congratulate him on winning the election. i had a chance to invite him to come to the white house tomorrow to talk about making sure that there is a successful transition between our presidencies. it is no secret that the president elect and i have significant differences. remember, eight years ago, president bush and i had significant differences. president bush's team could not have been more had a smooth transition so that we could hit the ground running. one thing you realize quickly in this job is that the presidency and the vice presidency is visiting than any -- is bigger than any of us. i've instructed my team to follow the example that president bush's team has set and work as hard as we can to make sure that this is a successful transition for the
for his success in uniting in leading the country. the peaceful transition of power is one of the hallmarks of our democracy. over the next few months we are going to show that to the world. i also have a chance to speak with secretary clinton and i just had a chance to hear her remarks. i could not be prouder of her. she has lived in a destroy outstanding senator for the state of new york. she could not have been a better secretary of state. i'm proud of her. a lot of americans look up to her. her candidacy and nomination was historic and sends a message to our daughters across the country that they can achieve at the
president clinton will continue to do great work for people here in the united states and all around the world. everybody is sad when their side loses an election. but the day after, we have to remember we are all actually on one team. this is an intramural scrimmage. we are not democrats first, not republicans first, we are americans first. we all want what's best for this country. that is what i heard in mr. trump's remarks last night. that's what i heard when i spoke to them directly and i was heartened by that. that is what the country needs. a sense of unity.
-- a sense of inclusion. a respect for our institutions, our way of life, rule of law and respect for each other. i hope he maintains that spirit throughout this transition and i certainly hope that's how his presidency has a chance to begin. i also told my team today to keep their heads up because the remarkable work that thav , often without a lot of fanfare, often with a lot of attention, working agencies, work in obscure areas of policy that make government run better and make it more responsive and make it more efficient and make it more service friendly so that it's actually helping more people,
the next president with a stronger better country than the one that existed eight years ago. so win or lose in this election, that was always our mission from day one. and everyone on my team should be extraordinarily proud of everything they've done. so should all the americans i've had a chance to meet all across this cry work of building on that progress every single day. teachers and schools, doctors in your clinics. -- in er clinics. small businesses starting something up making sure they're treating employees well. all the important work that's done by moms and dads and families and congregations and every state.
this was a long and hard fought campaign. a lot of our fellow americans are exalting today. a lot are less so. that's the nature of democracy. sometimes contentious and noisy. it's not always inspiring. but to the young p , who got into politics for the first time , and may be disappointed by the results, i want you to know you have to stay encouraged. dunkage cynical -- don't get cynical. don't ever think you chemical difference. secretary clinton said this morning fighting for what it's right -- fighting for what is right is worth it.
sometimes you lose an election. the path this country has taken has never been a straight line. we zig and zag. sometimes we move in ways that some people think is forward and others moving back. that's ok. i've lost elections before. joe [laughter] >> that's the way politics works sometimes. we try really hard to persuade people that we are right and then people vote. and then if we lose, we learn from our mistakes. we do some reflection, we like
we brush ourselves off, we get b back in the arena. we try even harder . we all go forward with a presumption of good faith in our fellow citizens. because that presumption of good faith is essential to a vibrant and functioning democracy. that's how this country has moved forward for 240 years. it's how it's how we've expanded the rights of our founding to reach all of our citizens. it's how we've come this far. and that's why i'm confident that this incredible journey that were on his americans will go on. and i'm looking forward to doing everything i can to make sure that the next president is successful in that.
, i think of this job as being a relay runner. you take the baton, you run your race and hopefully by the time you handed off you are a little further ahead. you made a little progress. i can say we have done that and i want to make sure that handoff is well executed because ultimately we are all on the same team. thank you very much, everybody. >> president obama saying he told his team to keep their heads up and lead by example. leaving with a spring in his step. might have been forced, but there's rooted and respect for the peaceful transition, and for our institutions he said for the rule of law, his respect ffr democracy. we are all on the same team now, we must all root for the success of donald trump.
shuck sugar coat the differences, we we have to go forward in the spirit together. >> there are people that are very, very distressed today. people who supported him and hillary clinton who really are wor worried about the country where they just can't imagine a trump presidency, and he is trying to make it seem as normal as humanly possible. this is the way it works. democracy is messy. it's noisy. some elections. you take the baton and go forward, and this is not the end of the world, but i think that was -- that's why he is doing that because he knows that some of their followers a state of true distress. >> he knows it's what he must say. and he said from one baton to another, the metaphor might break down based on what you were saying.
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