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wall street is not in love with hillary clinton. investors hate uncertainty. one person put it as the devil we know. and donald trump's trade and immigration policies would hurt wall street in the long run. dow futures are flat right now. everyone i talked to in the markets want to know what happens in the senate and balance of power. that is how work gets done no matter who is the president. if the senate flips, then maybe and it is a hillary clinton presidency, it is not optimistic. "early start" continues right now. >> let's make history together. thank you and god bless you. >> at the finish line after an
election year like no other, will hillary clinton make history today? >> and we will make america great again. thank you very much, everybody. god bless you. >> will donald trump make history today when all the votes are counted? >> the first results are in. one candidate jumped to an early lead on the election day 2016. we love new hampshire. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm john berman. it is tuesday, november 8th. it is 4:00 a.m. in the east. welcome viewers in the united states and all around the world. welcome to election day 2016. this is political thunderdome. two win enter. one will leave. four if you count gary johnson and jill stein. donald trump and hillary clinton are working until the end and in some cases, the bitter end to make sure they are the ones leaving.
rallies in key states until the wee hours of the morning and because the state of new hampshire demands exalted status. we have the first results from the state of new hampshire. that in just a moment. >> we are all over the election day with the battleground states and here in the studio. first to cnn's jeff zeleny, who just stepped off the campaign -- blah, blah, blah. >> it's a tongue twister. >> the clinton campaign plane after rallies in four cities. good morning, jeff zeleny. >> reporter: good morning, john and christine. hillary clinton did touchdown here a short time ago. you can still see the plane behind us. they are still taking things off it. the luggage. her campaign chairman john podesta walking off the tarmac. hillary clinton now is heading home to her house in chappaqua
in westchester county. she will vote this morning. this comes at the end of an 18-month presidential campaign and at the end of a long day campaigning. she went from here to pittsburgh to grand rapids, michigan, to philadelphia, to raleigh, north carolina and then back here again. trying to give a sense of spirit and energy and she had a couple hundred people waiting for her here. on the campaign flight from raleigh, north carolina here to westchester, she was speaking with her husband, the former president was on the plane with her and some aides. she did not come back and talk to reporters. her aides say she is feeling confident about the results coming up throughout the day as americans who have not already voted decide to vote today at the polls. they believe they have turned a corner from that tough stretch about ten days ago with that fbi bombshell. they believe they have turned a
corner. they are still eyeing some challenging states. north carolina is the tightest of all of the battleground. hillary clinton was greeting supporters here and had a bounce in her step. she is a bit pessimistic and paranoid. one aide said she did not want to talk about anything with reporters on the plane because she wants to allow the election to happen here and get a bit of sleep and she will vote in a couple hours time. >> jeff zeleny for us on the tarmac on fumes at the airport. thanks, jeff. >> get a few winks. it will be a long day. hillary clinton's last rally of the campaign was in raleigh, north carolina where she was backed by some high wattage star power. in addition to bill and chelsea clinton, secretary clinton was joined by bon jovi and lady gaga and cnn's phil mattingly was there. he has the latest on the
campaign finale. good morning, phil. >> reporter: good morning, christine. i wasn't on stage with them. i think it was just a mishap in terms of communication. i called in. i thought i would be the third hand in "living on a prayer" duet. something will happen in the future. zeleny gave you the map. i think another important element of the day and one shouldn't be overlooked is the message. you saw a shift from hillary clinton in all four of her stops. gone was the systematic dismantling of donald trump with the attacks. in its place was laying out the stakes and lay the path for the future if she wins. take a listen. >> when your kids and grand kids ask what you did in 2016 when everything was on the line, you'll be able to say you voted for a stronger, fairer, better america.
an america where we build bridges, not walls. >> reporter: guys, under scoring the moment this actually is, but also talking a lot about healing and bringing the nation back together after the divisive campaign. her team realizes they need to lay the ground work to get the country back together again. >> and not much lady gaga or jon bon jovi can do to help. donald trump is back home in new york. he hit five states in 12 hours. finishing in michigan declaring this is our independence day.
cnn's sunlen serfaty is here with us. >> and donald trump wrapped up his last rally after 1:00 a.m. he just arrived back here in new york landing at jfk. not the pomp and circumstance with hillary clinton landing though. at his final rally, we saw donald trump get a little reflective calling it quite the long journey indeed. 511 days since he declared his candidacy for president. what we got in the closing message was classic vintage donald trump. he argued against the rigged system. he attacked corrupt washington establishment and of course he went after hillary clinton. it did seem he made an effort to try to strike an optimistic tone at the end. here is part of the closing message in grand rapids, michigan. >> i'm asking you to dream big because with your vote we are just hours away from the change you've been waiting for your
entire life. so to every parent who dreams for their child and to every child who dregree dreams for th future, i say this tonight. i am with you and i will fight for you and i will win for you. i promise. >> it is anticipated donald trump will cast his vote later in new york this morning. he will watch returns from trump tower most of the day and at some point move to the hotel for the watch party set up. his watch party and hillary clinton's party are 1.5 miles away from each other. an interesting dynamic with the two candidates in new york. >> city officials were briefing people on security measures. it is all happening within a mile. they have to be ready. sunlen serfaty, thank you. the first votes of the nation have been cast this morning in the tiny town of
dixville notch, new hampshire. polls opened at midnight. it is a tradition dating back to 1860. let's bring in rachel crane live in dixville notch. >> reporter: good morning, christine. it is in this room that those early votes were cast. now there are only eight registered voters in dixville notch. it took minutes to tally up the votes. the results are in. hillary clinton receiving four of the eight votes. trump just two. johnson with one and actually one of the residents of dixville notch actually wrote in mitt romney. the reason this takes place at midnight is new hampshire has a weird law that dixville notch takes advance of. if the town has less than 100 people, the polls can close early if all of the registered voters have voted. and dixville notch is not the
only town that does this in new hampshire. there is hart's location and mills field. christine. i should point out that clinton did win the vote in dixville notch, trump is beating her with the early votes. trump has 32 votes. clinton has 25. so trump has those bragging rights here in new hampshire until the polls open in just two hours. christine. >> all right. thanks for that. rachel crane. only in new hampshire. >> because they demand it. that's the way it works. they get really mad if you take it away from them. it is in the hands of the voters now. the candidates making their case to the american people that they belong in the white house. the closing arguments in the race for the ages. and want to be featured on election day coverage? tag your voting instagrams with #myvote.
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justice at the ballot box tomorrow. you got to get out and vote. let's swamp them. pennsylvania, let's swamp them. you got to get out. >> there they are. closing arguments. it is 4:16 in the east. i want to bring in our special guest john phillips and we have symone sanders and ellis henican. guys, that was a tv palooza yesterday. there were so many speeches and so many surrogates to say on the last day. brian stelter, what were the tones of these two candidates? >> we capture the essence of both of the candidates. both showing they have the stamina for the office. donald trump on his own. the fighter captured in essence
and hillary clinton surrounded by the past, president obama, and she hopes is the future. herself. >> and i wonder what you think we should look for tonight. the early signs this is breaking one way or the other. ellis. >> we're human beings. we look at people and we think we see something in their faces. come on. this is the age of data. we will know a lot of stuff as the day goes on. we will know who is turning out at the polls which is something we did not know in the advanced polling. we know how they cast their ballots. we know whether the third and fourth party candidates tilted in one direction or another. i got to say, i love the body language and the tone, but we may have to dig in data as the day goes on. >> and we want people to vote. we want people to go out and cast their votes. it is important. you don't want to be parsing too
much early data because you don't want to impress the vote. >> exactly. you don't want to look like donald trump and accusing the media of putting their hands on the scale of the election. i think what they are looking for is no early vote in new hampshire. they make up their minds today. folks make up their minds and go to the polls. i look at the college students in new hampshire. college students on the democratic side, the first time in two cycles that students were in school during the primary voting season. there were buses from the polling places to the campuses. if we see that today, students will have the ability to tip the scales one way or another. >> i do believe children are the future. john phillips. >> you and michael jackson. >> i think it is whitney houston. >> he likes it in a different way. >> no, no, no. >> i'm going to look at
pennsylvania because if donald trump is going to win the election, he has to win in a place he is not supposed to win. pennsylvania is a place he spent a lot of time as the campaign has come to the finish line. it is a state where people vote on election day. there is no early voting there. if you look at the polls. not just the national ones, but local ones as well. he does well on election day. if there is a place he can pull off an upset, pennsylvania is it. >> let's talk about the early voting. it is remarkable. 40 million people have already cast their votes. >> people are tuning in to this election. i think there was a narrative early on that folks weren't paying attention. no enthusiasm. i think the early vote numbers are dispelling that myth right now. particularly in florida where 1 million latino voters have gone to the polls. in nevada, unprecedented numbers. long lines and lines at the republican party and nevada is not necessarily too happy about. there is voter enthusiasm. i think we have to give credit
to latino voters coming out in force because i really thought that maybe donald trump assumed he could talk about latino voters and they would take it. they are not. they are showing up at the polls and making their voices heard. that's really important. >> more people voted in the state of florida already than the entire year of 2000. guys, stick around. more to discuss. more than 6 million people voted in florida already. the stakes are high because the state does matter in presidential elections. we will check in with the sunshine state when we come back. yt only about 80% of your part b medical expenses. the rest is up to you. so consider an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. like all standardized medicare supplement insurance plans, they could save you in out-of-pocket medical costs. call today to request a free decision guide.
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so florida. it occasionally matters in presidential elections. 29 electoral votes up for grabs. it is close. really close. cnn's nick valencia is live in tallahassee this morning. >> reporter: good morning, john. a record-breaking turnout. more people have cast ballots in the early voting in 2016 than the entire election year in the year 2000. a lot of it has to do with newly arrived residents. 3 million more people live in florida. many latino voters who have turned out in record numbers. an 89% increase since the 2008 election and the sleeping giant could finally prove to be very pivotal in the swing state. hillary clinton and donald trump feel as though they can win the state. they spent a lot of money here
and a lot of time. of the 6 million ballots cast in the state of florida, it is neck and neck. the good news is no reports of voter irregularity or voter fraud. if you remember in 2012, we saw the long lines. after president obama was declared the victor, people were still voting. i talked to election county supervisor here. john and christine. >> let's hope. nick valencia in tallahassee. part of past campaign hall of fames. >> a lot of ad dollars spent in florida. they have been inundated. thanks, nick. what a long, strange trip it's been. donald trump and hillary clinton crossing the battleground states. they make the final pitch to people and arrive home. the first election results are in. all that ahead right here on "early start." "why are you checking your credit score?"
love trumps hate. thank you. let's go vote, north carolina. >> hillary clinton's final words to voters on this final moments before election eve. >> i am with you. i will fight for you and i will win for you. i promise. >> donald trump with his final promise before the polls open just hours from now. and while were you sleeping, new hampshire wasn't. new hampshire never sleeps. new hampshire votes. that's what new hampshire does. they vote first. they insist on it. we have early results from the first voting town on election day in america. welcome back to "early start." i'm john berman. >> i'm christine romans. it is 31 minutes past the hour. welcome all of the viewers here in the u.s. and around the
world. welcome to election day. today is a day two years or more in the making after hundreds of rallies and millions of miles traveled by the candidates, the countdown is finished. election day is here. >> the countdown is never finished. countdown clock is there. >> the polls open in a few hours. hillary clinton and donald trump up all night wrapping up the sprint from battleground to battleground. rallying the faithful in the exhausting hours of the campaign. and the first election results from the tiny town in new hampshire. you can count the votes on your fingers. >> we are all over the election in the pre-dawn hours. we're covering the candidates and we're covering the battleground states and we are covering the studio like you would not believe. hillary clinton landed at the westchester county airport in white plains, new york. before that, she had the final
rally in raleigh, north carolina. you could see the hillary clinton sandwich with jon bon jovi and lady gaga. let's go live to phil mattingly. >> reporter: phil jovi is the preferred. look, guys, it was an interesting moment. a lot of emotion and nostalgia and recognition of the reality of the moment. the rally was happening on election day. it was supposed to happen before midnight. it pushed past 1:00 a.m. her advisers and i think you could tell the clintons recognize that not only could this be a day of great history, but a day that launches a presidency. that carries a lot of weight with it. it is something that hillary clinton tried to underscore. >> when your kids and grand kids ask what you did in 2016 when
everything was on the line, you will be able to say you voted for a stronger, fairer, better america. an america where we build bridges, not walls. >> reporter: guys, obviously a not so subtle jab at donald trump. that was a rarity on this day, or yesterday, i guess at this point. a lot of focus is healing on the next step that they will have to govern if they win the white house tonight. that is what hillary clinton's final optimistic message was. one other thing i want to point out. we joke about lady gaga and bruce springsteen and jay-z and sean j. cole. i know the guys in the cd players that john berman has all
over his house. donald trump gets the big rallies on his own. there is a real reason these people were out in cleveland and in raleigh. in raleigh, they have problems with the constituenconstituency. you bring lady gaga out and you pack this building behind me. you have an overflow roucrowd. you talk to clinton advisers, this juiced the early vote in ohio like nothing else would. they hope this would juice the vote in north carolina tomorrow. when you talk to advisers, there is one thing they are clear on, they have no idea what will happen. they don't have to have it to win, but if they win it, it should help them lock up the election. >> it is not just show biz optics. >> we may not know today or
tomorrow who wins north carolina. that tells you how close it is. >> bite your tongue. >> just north carolina. leave the rest of the country out of it. >> phil jovi, thank you. donald trump is back home. he will cast his vote in new york. he hit five states in 12 hours. he finished in michigan by declaring this is our independence day. cnn's sunlen serfaty is here with the latest. >> good morning, donald trump campaigned past 1:00 a.m. into the wee hours of this morning. he arrived back here in new york a short time ago. as he was wrapping up his final rally, he seemed reflective on his time on the road saying it has been a long journey. 511 days since he declared his candidacy. we saw in the closing message classic vintage donald trump. he railed against the system being rigged. he attacked hillary clinton many times from stage. he railed against in his words,
against the corrupt washington establishment. he seems he was determined to end his campaign striking an optimistic tone and hopeful tone if you will. here is trump early this morning in grand rapids, michigan. >> i'm asking you to dream big because with your vote we are just hours away from the change you've been waiting for your entire life. so to every parent who dreams for their child and to every child who dreams for their future, i say these words to you tonight. i am with you. i will fight for you and i will win for you. i promise. >> and trump will vote later this morning here in new york city. he will watch returns from trump tower and move over for his watch party at a hotel in midtown manhattan.
this is interesting. it is 1.5 miles away from hillary clinton's watch party. interesting dynamic. >> they have security concerns in both places. a lot going on. a lot of power. the next president of the united states is in new york city. >> new york can handle it. they just had the marathon. >> i hear it is the city that never sleeps, i'm told. the state that never sleeps is the state of new hampshire. they demand on being the first to vote. pretty much always in the tiny town of dixville notch. the polls open at midnight. they closed at 12:01 a.m. this is the tradition dating back to 1960. the people of new hampshire say it goes back to the stone age. it is practically written in stone tablets. i want to bring in cnn's rachel crane from dixville notch. give us the first election day results. >> reporter: john, it was in the room that the eight registered voters in dixville notch cast their votes. took just a minute to tally up
the votes. clinton winning four of the eight votes here. trump with two. johnson with one. actually one of the residents wrote in mitt romney. now the reason that dixville notch is able to have the midnight voting tradition is because new hampshire has the weird law that says if a town has less than 100 people, they can close the polls early if all of the registered voters have voted. and, of course, when you only have eight residents, you can close really early. dixville notch is not only town in new hampshire that participates in the midnight voting tradition. there is also hart's location and mills field. collectively, trump is actually beating clinton. he has received 32 of these midnight votes. clinton has received 25. so until those polls open in
about 30 minutes, trump has -- i'm sorry, an hour and a half, rather, trump has bragging rights. john. >> rachel crane in dixville notch. tomorrow you will see candidates for 2020 campaigning. basically posturing for the next election. rachel, thank you. we will be here with continuing and continuous and continual coverage. >> all of it. >> today and election night. stay with cnn until the last vote is counted. there is no more campaigning. we bring you good tidings this morning. no more campaigning anymore. what did the candidates deliver in those final moments of their campaigns? the closing arguments. we'll discuss next. want to be featured on cnn's election day coverage. tag your instagrams and selfies with #myvote. we will show them throughout the day on cnn. >> make sure it is legal. >> do not take a selfie in the
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15 minutes until the hour. this is our special election day coverage. it happens only on election day. i want to bring in our guests. donald trump supporter john phillips. he hosts a radio host. we have richard socaredes with us. we have brian stelter. and ellis henican. we are going to start with the birthday boy, richard socaredes as we sit here on the last day of the 2016 race. what will this race be remembered for?
>> it will be remembered as the most unusual campaign probably in my lifetime. >> not hyperbolic? >> no, it is really unusual. i was thinking about it this morning. never before have we had a candidate. all kinds of crazy stuff happened in the election. it wasn't just the rhetoric or the nastiness, but all kinds of discussions we never had about sexual harassment. we had a candidate who seemed constantly under the microscope for misdeeds. >> watching bill and hillary clinton come down the campaign plane in westchester, you are watching history. bill clinton was your boss. you are talking about the first female nominee for a major party candidacy and her husband. you have to think about the history. >> i think about this and other
people can talk about mr. trump. i think all things considered, the hillary clinton folks waged a fantastic campaign. she had three stellar debate performances. a lot of things went right for them. when the history books are written, it will show that under difficult circumstances, they ran a brilliant campaign. >> john phillips, you were just referenced as other people. >> i have been referenced as worse. >> discuss. >> there's a certain order to the political world. what is the percentage of incumbents? when you look at the primaries, there is one candidate that gets all the endorsement and all the money. we know going into it who is likely the winner. we saw that in this election turned upside down. donald trump entered the republican primary and everyone thought this would be a side show. all the money and endorsements were behind jeb. marco rubio theoretically had the shot.
rand paul was going to be the guy. >> it seems like a lifetime ago. >> and donald trump turned the whole thing upside down. >> let's talk about what happens today. we can talk about what happens going forward with healing and a new administration. ellis henican, let's talk about today. we don't know what will happen. this is the day when america votes. we simply don't know. many of the battleground states are too close to call. >> it is right. anyone today tells you they know is lying to you. we all know a lot of smart people and none knows what will happen tonight. there's tremendous drama. there's a hugely important race. i resist the notion that oh, my gosh. the nasty race. hugely important. whatever you do, get out and cast your vote. >> brian stelter, another unknown is this. people look to donald trump. he has been unpredictable.
people are looking to see what he says tonight. win or lose, in a way. i think this is a speech, if there is a speech delivered tonight by him that is watched carefully. >> if he wins, obviously, he speaks. if he loses, number one, will he speak and then number two, what will he say? and if we don't know what is happening at 11:00 p.m. and it is too close to call, it will be interesting to see what donald trump says in that moment. in some ways, he has laid the ground works to challenge the election results. deeply challenging language in a democracy. he laid the seeds months ago. we will see if he follows up on that today and tomorrow and into the rest of the week. one thing i love about cnn, we don't talk about polls on election day. that is very smart. we let the voters go to the polls today to make up their minds. we start to count the votes. by the way, the exit polling will be difficult today. why? because donald trump voters have
been told for more than 16 months to distrust the press and distrust the media. the exit polls are conducted by news organizations that gather data at precincts. there is concern that the exit polls are not reliable. it might take longer to make projections later today. >> exit polls are never wrong. look, exit polls are counted on for data and about demographics. >> i would say to brian's point, brian has been the smartest person talking about the media's role in the campaign all cycle. i read your news letter every morning first thing. you know, talk about unusual things in the cycle. and i watch your show. i hear from you about what the markets are going to do. i watch for that every morning. the media has really been tested in new ways and the role of the
media as fact checker. we never had a campaign where there is so little relation to the truth between what the actual truth is and what people actually say and the media's role is what we look at. >> the last words from each candidate on the campaign trail when we come back. introducing protein shots from 5-hour energy. protein shots from 5-hour energy are smooth and tasty, and still deliver 21 grams of protein with 100 calories. they're great for workouts. so great that if you don't get up to fifteen percent more reps, more laps, more distance, we'll give you your money back - period. protein shots from 5-hour energy. great taste. 100 calories. 21 grams of protein.
we want to leave you with each candidates closing moments of the 2016 campaign. donald trump spoke at a midnight rally in grand rapids, michigan. >> i'm asking you to dream big because with your vote we are just hours away from the change you've been waiting for your entire life. so to every parent who dreams for their child and to every
child who dreams for their future, i say these words to you tonight. i am with you, i will fight for you and i will win for you. i promise. to all americans tonight in all of our cities and in all of our towns, i pledge to you one more time. together we will make america wealthy again. we will make america strong again. we will make america safe again and we will make america great again! thank you, everybody. thank you. god bless you, everybody. go to bed. go to bed right now. get up and vote. >> all right. and finishing a few minutes after trump at 1:10 a.m. here,
we have hillary clinton's last words on the campaign trail. speaking hours ago in raleigh, north carolina. >> when your kids and grand kids ask what you did in 2016 when everything was on the line, you'll be able to say you voted for a stronger, fairer, better america. an america where we build bridges, not walls. and where we prove conclusively that, yes, love trumps hate. thank you. let's go vote, north carolina. god bless you.
thank you all. >> she had a little photo op when she landed in westchester airport. she just shook hands. >> such a long, long, long journey. nothing left to do now except -- >> go vote. >> and for you, go vote. that's "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm john berman. all right. it is election day. "new day" picks up right now. we are finally going to close the history books on the clintons. we will open a bright new chapter. >> we face the test of our time. what will we vote for? >> it is november 8th. the day we make america great again. >> this election is on us. it is in our hands. if we get out and vote hillary
clinton will win. >> republicans need to come home. >> after eight years as your president, i'm asking you to trust me on this one. >> we're hours away from a once in a lifetime change. >> this election will end, but our work together will be just beginning. >> welcome to our viewers in the united states and around the world. this is "new day." it is tuesday, november 8th. 5:00 in the east. it is election day in america. time to exercise the right. the franchise that has been secured in blood and envy of the world. in the election, the finish line is in sight where clinton and donald trump. today, it is up to you. the candidates battling it out
until the wee hours of the morning. >> and votes have been cast in three small towns in new hampshire. the polls in 12 other states will open for millions of voters in the next hour. we have it all covered for you. let's begin with cnn's phil mattingly. he is in raleigh, north carolina. good morning, phil. >> reporter: good morning, alisyn. hillary clinton planned on not doing a lot on election day. at 1:00 a.m. in the building behind me, she was still going. trying to close the deal on what could be an historic day for the clinton family. hillary clinton back home in new york. after crossing the country on her final day of campaigning. hoping to make history tonight. >> our core values are being tested in this election, but my faith in our future has never been stronger. >> reporter: appealing to
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