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look at things. the billionaire businessman winning the white house in stunning fashion, claiming victory, very early this morning, just after 2:00 this morning. we have team 7 coverage of this historic election, our reporters are covering it from every angle and tonight we'll begin with 7's dan hausle live in new york city. you actually got a chance to speak with the president-elect right after his win. tell us about that. >> well, moments after his election he went down and shook hands with supporters like he's done so many times on have been iebl to get in there and get a question with him, but trump himself was stopping talking to supporters, despite his secret service agents, something he knew, something he didn't know and also he would stop and answer questions just like i've seen him do so many times before. he seemed at ease despite the great mantel of responsibility put upon him. we haven't really seen him today. trump tower is now blocked by
dump trucks loaded with sand. but trump we haven't seen since his speech in the early hours of this morning. >> it's my honor, it was an amazing evening. it's been an amazing two-year period, and i love this country. >> reporter: donald trump moments atmosphere took the stage with his family. the new first family. and trump spoke in those familiar terms of making america great again. >> no dream is too big, no challenge is we want for our future is beyond our reach. >> reporter: homes later i talked to trump about the victory most didn't see coming. >> what did so many people miss about this election? i don't know. >> we want to take care of people. we're gonna take care of people really well. thank you. >> reporter: for hours, trump supporters waited into the night for their trump candidate to cross the finish line. >> major news agencies just declared donald trump president-elect putting his
this crowd is finally going wild. >> reporter: dprump described his phone call with hillary clinton. >> it was really nice. she was very gracious and very nice, and i appreciated it. >> reporter: trump took a congratulator to phone call from president obama, i talked to trump's children and key supporters about his most improbable victory. >> speaking to the people. speaking to the people. he's incredible. the man is absolutely incredible. i'm so proud of he's amazing, he's a winner. that's what he does. he understood the country, he understood the needs of this country and, you know, this isn't a political campaign, this really is a movement, and people want their country back and that's what they're gonna get. >> reporter: former vice-presidential candidate sarah palin echoed trump's victory represents a movement. >> people started seeing, no, there's a lot of waste and inefficiency and outright corruption going on in the use
with when people know that personally and know it affects their families, they're saying we're not gonna take it anymore. >> reporter: outside trump tower increased security for the manning whose twitter account now reads president-elect of the united states and outside the apartment building, signs the wounds of this bitter campaign will take time to heal. but president-elect trump has offered the olive branch. >> for those who have chosen not to support me in the past, of which there were a few people -- i'm reaching out to guidance and your help so that we can work together and unify our great kung. >> and the new security for trump goes up into the sky, the faa putting new restrictions for anyone flying below 3,000 feet over midtown, manhattan and parts of brooklyn and queens. these restrictions will continue until january 21st when one would assume donald trump will move into the white house. live in new york city, dan
>> and we'll begin to check in with you throughout the evening in new york city. back in washington today, president obama spoke about losing the white house to the republicans and urged all americans to m could together and move forward. >> everybody is sad when their side loses an election. but the day after we have to remember that we are actually all on intermeasure rail scrimmage. we're not democrats first, we're not republicans first, we are americans first, we're patriots first, and we all want what's best for this country. sphdz president obama has invited donald trump to the white house tomorrow. they'll have a meeting talking about the transition of power.
live in washington d.c., i'll send it back to kim and ryan back home in boston. >> all right, adam. we look forward to hearing your reports later this evening. hillary clinton saying today she is disappointed with the outcome the election. >> she says she hopes donald trump will be a successful president but admits this loss was tough for her. >> i know how disappointed you feel because i feel it too and so americans who invested their hopes and dreams in this effort. this is painful and it will be for a long time. >> clinton saying she now wants to be part of the healing process. for more on her speech, let's get to 7's byron barnett also live in new york city tonight. >> hillary clinton gave her coming session speech in a packed new york hotel ballroom, very emotional setting there, not only for her but also for
the epic campaign for the presidency. >> this is not the outcome we wanted or we worked so hard for. and i'm sorry... >> hillary clinton formally conceding in her quest for the pthy, graciously telling her supporters to accept the voters' decision. >> donald trump is going to be our president. we owe him an open mind and a chance to lead. >> reporter: the two-time presidential nominee says knows that a woman will eventually make it to the white house. >> i know we still have not shattered the highest and hardest glass ceiling, but some day someone will, and hopefully sooner than we might think right now. clinton gave an emotional thank you to her campaign staff. >> i want each of you to know that you were the best campaign anybody could have ever expected or wanted. >> she also told her supporters not to give up the fight for the
campaign. >> let's not grow weary, let us not lose heart. for there are more seasons to come, and there is more work to do. to all the little girls who may be watching, clinton had this message. >> never doubt that you are valuable and powerful and deserving of every chance and opportunity in the world and clinton said when she called donald trump to congratulate him on his victory, she offered to work with him on behalf of the country. that's the latest live here in new york city, i'm byron barnett, 7news. well, the trump win sending shock waves across the state of massachusetts. >> even for charlie baker, who's been an outspoken critic of donald trump's since the start. john nan hall live at the state house with reaction to the trump win. >> donald trump told us he'd win and now he has.
told us he would lose -- who hoped he would lose -- pay a price? >> reporter: will there be a day of reckoning if the bay state why the state where the bluest is the blue and policy particularses not only supported clinton but attacked trump. >> a selfish low-life. a man who will not be president of the united states. >> reporter: our h are leaders concerned now that donald trump will be moving into the white house? senator elizabeth warren who trump has >> she is a goofus. >> reporter: says she was in the a rush to get to the airport and couldn't talk to us. >> is there anything you want to say moving forward. >> reporter: by mid afternoon she released a statement, quote, it's no secret that i didn't want to see donald trump win yesterday. i'm intensely fractures straighted by the apparent likelihood that for the second time in five elections a democratic nominee will have won the popular phot vote but lost the presidency in the electoral college. she pledged to help trump keep his word that he will rebuild
people. >> in political life, you're in the heat of the battle and you say things back and forth. >> reporter: boston's mayor says he watched the election returns come in with disbelief but now the reality has set in. >> anytime there's a change you are worried. i think that -- you know, i supported secretary clinton really, really hard and we'll see as time moves on. this is day one of what's gonna be four years. we'll see what happens. >> reporter: governor baker, who was an early vocal critic of our next chief executive. >> i don't believe that donald trump has either the temperament or the experience to be president. >> reporter: says he will work with the trump team and isn't worried the state's economy could suffer or that trump could secret abuse against those who opposed him. >> i think it's way too soon to draw conclusion beside any of that. the first thing the trump administration in witness something begin have to do is put a team together. >> and a member that have team could be the new jersey governor, chris christie, strong trump supporter, friend of charlie baker, governor baker did reach out to christie today, perhaps to offer an olive
jonathan hall, 7news. stocks soaring today a short contrast that the early trump presidency would send them into the tank. >> while the results were coming in last night, the dow futures started to crash, sparking lots of fears about a collapse on wall street. but today the markets were thriving. the dow soared 257 points at the closing bell, close to a record high. overnight there was some panic in global markets, dow futures plummeted nearly trump white house. but as you can see today a sense of relative calm has turned the markets. in the control room now, jadiann thompson, 7 news. and we do have some breaking news now in the senate race in new hampshire. senator kelly ayotte just conceding the race hours after democratic governor maggie hassen declared victory. this race was so close all night, and obviously all day. many people were talking about a possible recount. but let's give you a look at the final numbers.
hassen winning by a little more than 1,000 votes. tim caputo live in salem, new hampshire with the numbers and the reaction. >> yeah, kim, if people ever needed proof that every vote counts, this is the race to show it. more than 700,000 votes total, this one was decided by just about 1,000. kelly ayotte, senator kelly ayotte just conceding to governor maggie hassen a short time ago after double-checking and triple-checking after the new hampshire secretary of state came out with the final numbers showing while it was a close the lead and has taken the victory. hassen early this morning appeared to have it in hand. she held a rally this morning saying that it appeared that she was going to win the seat in the senate and she told her supporters it looked like it was in the bag. >> we are confident that given the size of the outstanding tallies that we have won this race and we of course want to make sure that every vote is counted. i am honored to be elected to
we know that this election exposed very serious divisions in our country, and it's up to all of us, elected leaders, citizens now, to come together and focus on our common challenges and our common opportunities. >> kelly ayotte releasing a statement in the last 15 minutes that reads in part this is a critical time for new hampshire and our country, and now more than ever we need to work together to address our it's time all of us, to come together, to get things done for the people of the greatest state in this nation, and for the greatest country on earth. maggie hassen also releasing another statement just the last five minutes or so saying that kelly ayotte called her on the phone a short time ago to officially concede in this senate race. she says she thanked ayotte for her graciousness in that phone call and for her service to the country and her one term in the senate.
also today, a couple of patriots fielding questions about donald trump and their support for the president lectd. trey daerr is live at gillette well much more on that. >> ryan, the president of the united states always a very polarizing figure. donald trump certainly falls into that category. patriots quarterback tom brady tiptoeing around the support for trump in the paths simply stating he supports all of his friends and donald trump is indeed that, but when it comes to bill belichick, his public opinion usually far less public when it comes to his ed a least this was we saw leading up to monday night. >> our friendship goes back many years, and i think anybody that's spent more than 5 minutes with me knows i'm not a political person. my comments are not politic cleep motivated. i have a friendship and loyalty to donald. >> reporter: bill belichick stating his letter to president-elect donald trump is not about politics, and it is time -- this time with the media is reserved only for football. >> given the nature of this presidential race --
>> seattle. >> did you find helpful -- >> seattle. >> any players talk to you about this? seattle. >> reporter: belichick not the only name drop for trump monday night in new hampshire. >> tom brady... [ applause ] >> great guy. great guy. >> i gave him permission. so you're assuming i gave people permission? did you not give him permission to talk about your political preferences? >> i'm just gonna talk about football this week. >> reporter: as to why tom brady should away from the electio >> talk to my wife. she said i can't talk about politics anymore. so i think that's a good decision. >> reporter: brady reserved and respectful with his response showing support for both the result and the process. >> certain times for our country where there's always change and transition and it happens obviously with the presidents, every four years or so. i think i'm always happy when people, you know, experience success. when people go at it, you know, have you respect for whatever outcome there is are. >> tom brady there referring to
the competition may be. saying that he was also proud and support of barack obama in the path and even president clinton years ago. bill belichick also playing the other side saying just a couple of weeks ago john kerry was in the patriots' locker room. reporting live outside gillette stadium, trey daerr, 7news. much more ahead, at 5:30, taking the international temperature with world leaders and their reaction about trump's big win. then in just one hour, football editor andy -- political editor andy hill here his instinct what the trump win means for the future of our country. and stay with us for continuing coverage of this election. adam williams is live at the nation's capitol covering every development down there. and there will be a special one-hour edition of nightly news starting at 6:30 tonight and you can catch the news at 7:00 a half-hour later, though. still to come... >> alarming allegations against salem police officer. what he's accused of doing to a man who was handcuffed and in
police chief. steve cooper has more from salem. >> reporter: in handcuffs and salem police officer brian butler pleads not guilty to charges he raped a man who was in police custody in the lock-up area inside headquarters. butler's wife mary is the police chief. >> we have a particular process we have to go >> reporter: according to prosecutors, the 56-year-old officer, whose the father of three adult children, and has been on the department for more than two decades, had inappropriate sexual conduct with the 28-year-old victim back on october 31st. the audio and video of the incident, police say, was captured on cameras inside the station. >> the state police department viewed the video and determined that the allegations were credible. >> reporter: according to court documents, butler admitted to
temptation but then wondered if the victim was alleging rape because he claims what happened was consensual. >> so your client is saying that it was consensual. >> no. no. i want to be very clear. please do not put it out that my client is saying anything. my client is not saying anything at the moment about this and he has entered a plea of not guilty. officer butler posted the $10,000 cash bail and has been ordered by the judge to stay away from the alleg v he returns to the courthouse here next month. we're live in salem tonight, steve cooper, 7news. >> coming up next, i'm adam williams live in our nation's capitol where we continue to talk about the historic presidential election. and despite the long rough campaign president obama and president-elect sharing a laugh. the must see moment outside the white house today. and then ahead at 5:30, ushering
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president obama talked about the country needing to unify, coming together after this long and bitter election season. and there was a moment that you might have seen or heard about. have been had, joe biden that we have to share with you. >> some people think is moving forward and others think is moving back. anat >> i've lost elections before. joe hasn't. but, you know... so i've been sort of sharing.
>> adam williams reporting live in washington d.c. and we'll see you, adam, coming up at 6:00 tonight. so weather out in washington similar to that in boston. just around 60 and sprinkles jr tells us exactly what we can expect here at home. >> yes, a lot of clouds right now, and we have a band of sprinkle and light rainshower activity that's been dropping out of new hampshire. here it is right here. we've seen a scattering of sprinkles, light showers across much of southern new england throughout the tonight. you can see there is some steady rain down toward new york city, pennsylvania and new jersey, tied to a cool front which has
nashua, jaffery and orange beginning to cool off. there is that front. the clouds and scattered showers extend all the i would down through the nation's capitol and this weather system moves through this evening so it will take the showers and sprinkles with it. briefly we do see cooler weather headed our way for tomorrow. but notice here on the maps, tberch in boston. 43 buffalo, back to 57 in green bay. i point that out because just like that the mild air come friday. so a few sprinkles this evening. clearing skies after midnight, temps between 35 and 42. tomorrow is a cooler day than today. but pretty close to where we should be for this time of year. normal high in the city is 54. boston right around 53. upper 40s worcester hills and the monadnock region with more sun than clouds. that's tomorrow for ya. then on friday, remember that mild air in green bay, it's in boston friday, temps on friday afternoon the upper 50s. breezy at times for veterans
night. so that will lead to another cool day on saturday with temps on saturday only into the 40s. i have another front for ya, this is a warm front. and that will move into new england as we head toward sunday. temps are gonna go back and forth up and down the next several days but no significant weather. sometimes when these fronts come through, they kick up the dust and other times they come through with very little fanfare. your 7 on 7 forecast weekend. sunshine on both days. saturday the cooler of the two days. 7news at 5:00 coming back after
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