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north carolina and ohio and picked off wisconsin and pennsylvania. and michigan and arizona have yet to be called. trump sounded for unity early this morning. >> now it's time for america to bind the wounds of division. have to get together. to all republicans and democrats and independents across this nation, i say it's time for us to come together as one unite the people. >> hillary clinton spoke of disappointment this morning. hers and those that voted for her. and then she said this. >> we have seen that our nation is more deeply divided than we thought. but i still believe in america. and i always will. and if you do, then we must accept this result, and then look to the future.
>> president obama knows full well that much which his legacy may be erased by a trump administration and the result of the election is a crushing blow to him. >> votes were tallied. sometimes you lose an argument and sometimes you lose an election. the path this country has taken has never been a straight line. we zig and zag and sometimes we in ways that some people think is forward and others think is moving back. and that is okay. >> and this was trump's tower overnight in new york where police today beefed up security and where there are now flight restrictions over manhattan. trump is now getting the classified briefing book that is given to the president every morning. moments after clinton spoke to
supers this morning. philadelphia mayor, jim kenney addressed the results. while he thought the outcome was not what a planl majority of philadelphias choice -- >> in philadelphia our diversity and inclusion has always made us stronger and we'll continue to rely on the strength as we work to find unity. >> and kenney congratulated donald trump and senator pat toomey on their victories and looks forward to working with both to find common ground. "action news" reporter, sara bloomquist is live outside of the reading terminal in philadelphia. sara is talking to voters and getting their reactions today. what have you been hearing? >> reporter: jim, no surprise we heard vastly different opinions about the outcome of last night's election. trump supporters are ecstatic
and clinton voters crushed. the outcome was a shocker, we asked them how did donald trump do it? >> i am so excited. what an amazing win for donald trump. >> how are you feeling today? >> i'm very depressed. >> lunch time at the terminal market the day after donald trump is elected president of the united states. we found clinton supporters suffering from serious depression. >> not feeling too good. >> why not? >> well i voted the other way. >> it's a scary situation because he is such an unknown. people are celebrating last night's surprise win. >> i am on cloud 9, the cubs won last week what is next? >> we need less government and you cannot get less government than president trump. >> donald trump defied expectations, how did he do it? >> part of it was the fbi letter
that came out ten days ago, i don't think that helped and a lot of people did want change. >> and i think it was less what he did than more against what hillary clinton stands for. >> i think there was a lot of donald trump supporters that didn't want to advise people that they were voting for him and they came out and voted on election day. >> this trump voter told us it's true for her. >> where i live it's not politically correct to be in favor of trump and i kept my mouth shut, i really did, but i voted the way i felt i needed to vote. >> we have to work on bringing the country back together. >> people told us they believe that president elect trump will play a key role in bringing the nation back together and proponents and supplementers hope he keeps a civil tone and surrounds himself with the best and brightest to keep america
moving forward. >> thank you. another big story tonight is new jersey governor, chris christie, he was the first well known public official to endorse donald trump and will now play an important role informing the new trump administration. new jersey correspondent, nora muchanic is live in the newsroom. christie grabs a big piece of the trump spotlight now. >> he sure has. governor christie endorsed trump at first a lot of people shook their heads and it was a move that put him in the middle of the action. >> governor chris christie folks was unbelievableable. >> in his acceptance speech trump thanked christie for his campaign and serves for the chair of his transition team. vetting thousands of appointees for the administration. >> it's a huge tun for him. how a trump administration comes into formation.
>> christie is talked about as a possible choice for chief of staff homeland security or attorney general. but the conviction of two more aides in the bridge gate scandal creates problems. christie best bet may be the one that doesn't need owe approval. >> any kind of inquiry would use that opportunity to try and explore all of those unanswered questions about who knew what and when. >> the bridge gate scandal is doing governor christie to failed in his own bid for presidency and is the second most unpopular governor in new jersey history. he was absent the usual gaggle of media following him. >> i can't tell you how many time i am told my political career is over. >> what matters to me most is my reputation and that is what i'm fighting for. >> if governor christie is
offered a job in washington. >> i would like him to get out. >> why is that? >> i really thing the whole bridge gate thing, you knew all about that from day one. >> leave new jersey and go to d.c. and hope for the best when he gets there. >> while things are not great for the governor here in new jersey, ben says he could be a player in washington, we reached out to the governor's office for comment but have not heard back from him. i'm nora muchanic, channel 6 "action news." >> thank you nora. in hillary clinton's concession speech she made a special point to encourage young women and girls and today we met some young women and girls who were closely following this election. students at girls high in olney, the results left them disappointed and afraid. >> you are like a melting pot and every race is here and we need everybody to be equal and loved and i think she showcase
that character of love. that is what i liked about her. >> it's really big -- towards the same groups -- that will affect how i go about my day. >> in a mock election at the school clinton received 400 votes to trump's 30. our coverage of vote 2016 continues at 6abc.com. there we have the latest on donald trump's ascension to the presidency and the local election results and the stories of those that will lead and represent the tri-state area. other news at this hour. the state takeover of atlantic city is now official. after rejecting a five year financial turn around plan officials voted to take control of the struggling resort town assets and decision making power. the state finance board can sell
assets including former bader field and the city's water utility and reverse decisions of city council and break union contracts or high or fire city workers. atlantic city is a half being dollars in debt. the mayor said the city fought hard to maintain control and called the decision devastating. a philadelphia police officer shot a dog in southwest philadelphia after the dog attacked. it happened just after 4:30 on the 7800 block of saybrook avenue. the dog bit a police officer but it's unclear if it was the injured officer that fired the shot. the officer was taken to the hospital for treat and also not known if the dog survived. police in maple shade are investigating a shooting in the parking lot of a bowling alley that left a man injured. it happened just before noon at the laurel lanes bowling alley on route 73, the victim was shot
in the stomach and taken to the the hop where he underwent surgery. raging flames caused a collapse of a former textile mill in delaware. and the eagles prepare to take on atlanta, the team practices closing out close games. some much needed rain is moving through our area and sunny and dry weather returns notice accuweather forecast.
a massive fire in delaware and neighbors and authorities have not discounted the possibility of foul play. >> the action cam was on the scene this morning as one of the burning buildings started to collapse. it was just past 2:00 a.m. when the 911 calls started coming in and fire crews found a four alarm fire that was first built in the late 1800s and the structures are located at a spot at the brandywine a state helicopter to call in to fine the precise location where the fire was coming from but the blaze quickly spread the fact that this is massive made the situation that much more difficult. >> these are large commercial structures, six in total five of which have been fully engulfed
and the heavy timbers dropped down to the lower levels. >> city officials said that a private developer purchased the buildings with the plan of converting them into apartment buildings. we spoke with people nearby that say quite frankly if they would be surprised if this was an accidental fire. i was surprised in how many locations there was fire. obviously it was ignite the in different places it seems to me. >> it took several hours to get this one under control and fire crews remain on it's scene for one more day putting out hot spots. reporting from wilmington walter perez, channel 6 "action news." this friday is veterans day and rutgers university camden honor the men and women that honor our country.
eagles got a bit of a boost getting off the training table. benny logan is back today to practice when the eagles host the falcon, the team needs all the bodies they can get with their offense and the way the eagles are playing. >> while president elect vows to make america great again, the leader of the eagles vows to make this team great again. after losing four of five after a 3-0 start. >> i believe we are a good football team and eight games to go we'll see perhapses. >> i don't get discouraged until the door closed.
we can right whatever we want this season to look like. >> peterson is not the only one campaigning for chain. malcolm had a team meeting after practice. >> we are ticked off after we lose ball games but we don't let it affect how we prepare and approach every day, we approach every day with a championship mind set. among the plays the eagles are working on is sunday's failed fourth day potential game winner. carson wentz has watched the incompletion countless times on tape. >> sick to our stomach with all of these close games, we have chances and everyone of these there is an offense to go down and win the ball game, we have to go out and execute. >> he realizes how hard it to win and how rewarding it is. due to the fact that the preparation that goes into the
week. >> the difference between winning and losing is small. 0-4 in games decided by 7 or fewer points. jeff skversky channel 6 "action news." the sixers are at home with the pacers, joel embiid did not make the trip. injuries have hurt literally. coach brett brown is as surprised as anyone with this slow start. >> we would all be lying, ben is not here and starting three man and four man and starting point guards. joel embiid and nerlins, that is how life plays out. my job is to coach what i have been stay focused with what i know needs to be done and keep us together. a surprising loss at the wells fargo center the flyers lost a regular season game at home to the red wings, the first
it's an intricate process as they used a level to set the base and the tree will be brought in and decorated next week, the tree lighting ceremony is saturday september 26th. >> i was going to say wet and raw sounds like a rainy day in november. >> that is exactly what we got. it's a good thing because we need the rain and still more rain falling. stormtracker 6 live double scan showing if you are headed out you need the umbrella. we have a few pockets of steadier rain and right now one is over center city philadelphia. sweeping down to the south, woodbury you have the steadier rain as well. heading towards swedesboro and another pocket of steadier rain overcumberland county and millville is crossing route 49 and that continues to push down to the south as we head through the evening hours. the action cam was in camden looking at the ben franklin
bridge, this was really the flavor of the day. socked into the low clouds and showers all day long. but we will have brighter skies as we head through the weekend. and looking ahead to the weekend, kind of a colder coaster of temperatures, the accuweather highlights show this is saturday morning 7:30 in morning, the windchills in the 20s on saturday morning and in the afternoon windchills in the upper 30s, it will feel like winter and there is a nice turn around on sunday in time for the eagles game, mostly sunny and winds westerly 5 to 10 miles per hour. and on the breezy side and kickoff temperature 58 degrees and fourth quarter 59. this is the time we have wild swings in temperatures. right now it's cool and damp and raw, 53 degrees down from the high of 56, 3 degrees below normal. cape may 55 and trenton 53
degrees. satellite 6 along with action radar showing along this cold front it's enhancing the rainfall and the low pressure is down to the south and moving off the coast and deepen and strengthen so what that will do is bring us breezy conditions overnight. you see how western pennsylvania the skies are beginning to clear out. this evening some rain and then overnight the winds will kick out past midnight. overnight low 41 in philadelphia. 34 in allentown and 38 in wilmington and cape may 43 degrees. by 8:00 still showers hanging right along the coast and then the clouds will clear out from the northwest to the southeast. so by midnight. clear skies to the northwest and tomorrow we will see a good amounts of filtered sunshine, some high, thin clouds and on the breezy side and seasonable. brighter than today. 7:00, 42. 1:00, 57 and 6:00, 52 degrees.
what happens as we head towards friday the cold front sweeped down and ahead of it wins from the southwest. mild and 63 degrees and win gusts up to 35 miles per hour. and behind that front, that pulls in the cooler air on saturday. so the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast filtered sunshine tomorrow and a nice day with a high of 59 degrees, friday for veterans day, 63 degrees with the gusty winds, and on saturday, good amount of sunshine but that chill, 51 degrees and windchills in the 20s in the morning. sunday it's looking nice and sunny and milder and 60. and we bump it up to 62 degrees on tuesday on the mild side and increasing clouds and wane watching a coastal low if it comes close enough that would bring us the next bout of rain. have to watch the track on that. either way high of 60 degrees, all in all a nice seven-day forecast, but big swings in
temperatures. >> abc world news tonight is next on channel 6. "action news" continues at 10:00. on phl 17 with brian taff, sharrie williams and ducis rogers and then please join us for a special troubleshooters report at 11:00 here on channel 6. here is nydia han with a preview. >> how frustrating is it when you fight a company to no avail. especially when you fight on behalf of one of your family members, the trouble shooters help a daughter trying to keep her mom safe and a heart broken father mourning the loss of his son. tonight on "action news" at 11:00. >> for cecily tynan and ducis rogers and the entire "action news" team. i'm jim gardner we hope you'll join us for "action news" at 11:00.
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tonight, a new era set to begin. president-elect donald trump. the billionaire outsider behind one of the biggest upsets in political history. and the swell of support that carried him through the battlegrounds. >> the forgotten men and women or of our country will be forgotten no longer. >> tonight, his phone call with president obama. his first trip to the white house coming next. and hillary clinton. ahead in the popular vote, but still unable to break that glass ceiling. among her first words today to her supporters, "i'm sorry we did not win." >> this is painful. and it will be for a long time. >> tonight, clinton's message to the country about president-elect donald trump. and we ask, who could be in trump's cabinet? new reaction from world leaders, vladimir putin.
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