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hands with supporters, i asked the president-elect about his most improbable girnie from reality tv star to the highest office in the land. >> 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. >> trump children beaming and happy to explain what others missed. >> how did your father do this? speaking to the people. speaking to the people. incredible. so proud of him. >> what did people miss? he's amazing. he understood the country. he understood the needs of this country and this isn't a political campaign, this is really a movement, and people want their country back and that's what they're gonna get. >> hillary clintonlet they are crowded without a concession speech but trump described her concession in a phone call to him. >> it was really nice she was very gracious and very nice and
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mayor rudy giuliani toad me those who fear a trump presidency have nothing to worry about. >> all the speeches in the last three or four weeks, you listen to them all, have been about trying to help the african-american community and the hispanic community and asian community and that all americans are one, and that if any american is suffering, they need help. >> and while angry protestors already gathered outside trump's tower, trump's campaign manager asked critics to give trump a chance like they did with all the previous presidents. i really hope someone will just tamp it down and give this guy a chance. >> reporter: no sign of trump outside his new york apartment building but his twitter account has a new label, president-elect of the united states. and trump did get a congratulatory phone call from president obama, but he was on stage making that speech so he didn't get that call but he did call the president back.
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and dan we understand there is an interesting new security measure there at trump power where you are tonight. can you tell us about that? >> yeah, in new york they know how to do it. you can see some of the dump trucks they've lined up all in the street in front here, these are loaded with sand and the kind of security measures that can move in quickly and easily and the security measures also go right up to the sky. the faa has new restrictions agaiit feet and also parts of brooklyn and queens. the restrictions lasting until january 21st when presumably donald trump would move down there to washington and move into the white house adam. >> all right, dan, live for us in new york city. and back here in front of the white house, i wanted to tell you about hillary clinton, secretary clinton this morning, still feeling the sting of this loss. she said she would feel it for some time and if she looked at
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them. i hope that he will be a successful president for all americans. >> clinton following short in the electoral vote missing so many of the key battleground states that she and her campaign thought they had wrapped up weeks ago. let's get to 7's byron barnett also live at new york city at clinton campaign headquarters for us. byron. concession speech in a packed hotel ballroom here in manhattan and tchesz a very emotional speech according to everyone there. not only for her, but for her staff members who helped her wage that epic campaign for the presidency. this is painful and it will be for a long time. >> reporter: hillary clinton threw in the towel conceding
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president. >> i know we have still not chartered that highest and hardest glass ceiling. >> reporter: she thanked her campaign staff and supporters and urged them to accept the voters' decision. >> we must accept this result and then look to the future. donald trump is going to be our president. we owe him an open mind and a chance to lead. >> reporter: clinton urged her supporters to keep fighting for the issues they raised in the campaign. >> our campaign was never about one person or even one election. it was about the country we love. >> and the two-time presidential nominee had this message to all the little girls who may be watching. >> never doubt that you are valuable and powerful and deserving of every chance and opportunity in the world and when hillary clinton called
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she said that 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. >> as we have been reporting here at the white house tomorrow, our current president will meet with the president-elect and today president obama spoke about the transition of power uniting our nation and about clinton's loss. >> we are now all rooting for success, and leading the country. >> reporter: president obama and president-elect trump spoke overnight. >> i ad a chance to talk to president-elect trump last night about 3:30 in the morning i think it was to congratulate him on winning the election, and i had a chance to invite him to come to the white house tomorrow. >> reporter: the president also promising an easy transition. >> the peaceful transition of power is one of the hallmarks of our democracy and over the next few months, we are going to show
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clinton's loss. >> 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 all across the country that they can achieve at the highest levels of politics. >> reporter: and he reminded americans the day after we vote we are all on the same team. >> this is an intermural scrimmage. we're not democrats first, we're not republicans first we americans first. we're patriots first. >> many leaders in the bay state both democrats and republicans refuse to backdrop our governor said he didn't vote for trump and marty walsh actively campaigned to hillary clinton. let's go to jonathan hall tonight who's live at the state house reacting to the victory. john. >> well, politicians are saying
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possible for fauxes to come together and govern. the question is, can that a after this particular campaign? >> as donald trump picked up steam during the primaries, governor baker became an early and vocal critic of his fellow republican. >> i don't believe that donald trump has either the temperament or the experience to be president. >> reporter: now the state's chief executive has to face facts, it will be president trump in the white house in january, baker says he'll work with trump despite some hard oh, of course i'm hopeful. >> when the election is over, i thought both donald trump's last night and secretary clinton's comments this morning reflected a desire on the part of the two major players in this whole conversation to speak to and to reach out for a unified process going forward, and i'm -- of course i'm optimistic. >> congressman kennedy who's also criticized trump's
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congratulating trump on his win, adding, quote, he will take the reins of a country divided, impassioned, headstrong, hurting, hopeful and resilient, today may they workday and facility has to heal and march on. another high-profile profile massachusetts politician may have burned some bridges. >> reporter: hillary clinton used senator elizabeth warren to sharply criticize her rifle during the race. >> nasty women are smart, and nasty women >> warren left her home this morning refusing comment on the trump victory. >> i'm sorry. i'm late for the airport. >> is there anything you want to say moving forward? >> so a door slam but later elizabeth warren went on facebook expressing her disappointment at the election of donald trump but also saying he's promised to lift up the middle class by pumping up the economy and getting better jobs for working class people and she says she will help in that
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live at the state house, jonathan hall, 7news. >> back live along pennsylvania avenue where a rally has come together, people who are speaking out against trump's values looks like it's just about ready to wrap up. but they along with the rest of the country just hoping that our country can unite, grow and move forward. there is some breaking news regarding the senate race up in new hampshire. for that let's send it back to kim and ryan. >> all right, thank you. weil now, kelly ayotte has conceded the race for senate. and governor maggie hassen has won. here are the results you can see the razor thin margin between these two candidates. i was at hassen's victory party last night that she cut short because not all the votes had
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she came out and told her scorers they had to leave and confident they were gonna get a win and wait till today. ayotte last night about the same time said the same thing and today we finally have a winner. more than 700,000 people cast ballots and hassen beat ayotte by only 1,000 votes. ayotte didn't concede right away but after the new hampshire secretary of state verified the results, the incumbent senator called hassen to congratulate her on her victory.
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hassen in her earlier victory speech said even with the republican-controlled congress and white house, it's her job to find common ground for the people of new hampshire. >> if elected officials follow the example of the people in new hampshire, we could make good progress. that is regardless of political party. the people of new hampshire solve problems in their daily lives and their businesses and their communities every >> and hassen released a statement a short time ago after speaking with ayotte on the phone thanking kelly ayotte for her hard-fought campaign, for her service to state of new hampshire, and her graciousness in defeat. we're live tonight in new hampshire, tim caputo, 7news. and a quick scheduling note, there's a special one-hour edition of nbc nightly news that starts at 6:30 and 7news at 7:00 will air at 7:30. coming up next, healing a
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. donald trump's win dividing the nation tonight, here's a live look at the white house where president-elect trump will visit tomorrow. you know, if you look at the popular vote it shows that the
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how they voted. the popular vote here so what it will it take here for donald trump to bring the nation together to heal some of the wounds after such a volatile election season? for more on that let's get to our political editor andy hiller in boston with this instinct. yesterday there was a peaceful revolution. today we're in new political territory. impossible for understand or accept. for months we were told donald trump couldn't possibly win, but what trump delivered yesterday was a political ied, an improvised explosive device that blew up clinton, the democratic party, and conventional wisdom all at once. today hillary clinton's decade-long pursuit of the presidency is dead. it's the democrats, not the republicans, who look like humpty dumpty and have to be put
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and trust in the media organizations that produce the conventional wisdom that was wrong is at an all time low what now? we have a president-elect who millions of americans think is unsuitable and unworth eve the office. who have two parties, maybe more. what's the answer? be unity. but how? when what we've been celebrating for years is it diversity and what makes us different from one another. that's one reason we've regressed into political tribes which is why today it's fair to ask who are we what exactly does the united states stand nor?
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if we're going to then we need consent of the governed. if we stay divide, we'll fall, will we survive? we'll see. the reality show has become reality. i'm andy hiller, and that's my instinct. >> the anti-trump rally that's here at the white house is still here but now actually moving here just a sign right behind me clear as day or night that the heal something just beginning. we'll have more coverage from washington but now back to boston with ryan and kim. >> thanks so much, adam. >> stay right there. jr is standing by tracking the
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>> not much cool air, look at green bay compared to buffalo. so cool air briefly returns
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few sprinkles this evening. >> back in the sunshine tomorrow. >> around 50 in the worcester hills. >> lots of sunshine for veterans day. windy at times but here comes another cool front friday night. saturday will be chilly. mid-40s. sundays milder of the two but both weekend days loaded with sunshine temps on sunday in the upper 50s. >> we're turning now to our coverage of donald trump's historic win, two boston sports icons are weighing in. donald trump recently said that he had the support of his
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trbz tom brady. >> our friendship goes back many years and bill belichick stating his letter to donald trump is not about politics and his time with the media is reserved only for football. >> given the nature of this presidential race did you find -- >> seattle. >> did you find it helpful. >> seattle. >> seattle. belichick not the only name drop in new hampshire. >> tom brady, great guy... whys did i give him permission? so you're assuming i gave people
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talk about your president-elect can preference as soon as. >> we're just gonna talk about football this week. >> my wife said i can't talk about politics anymore. so i think that's a good decision. >> 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 and i think i'm always happy when people, you know, experience success. when people go at it, you outcomes there are. >> tom brady there at the ends saying he supports the side of the competition when it comes to either sports or politics, that he did support barack obama. was excited to see that years back and the same for bill clinton a couple of years ago. bill belichick pretty much doing the same saying john kerry was even invited to the patriots locker room just a couple of weeks agod trey daerr, 7news.
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ever new england. eversource. tonight, shock waves across america and around the world as donald trump defies the polls and the pend its again. the dramatic triumph as the brash billionaire turned reality star is elected the 45th president of the united states. for us to come together as one united people. >> for hillary clinton, one of the most stunning defeats in american political history. >> last night i congratulated donald trump and offered to work with him on behalf of our country. >> the candidate and her campaign, so confident victory was in their grasp. what happened? we have exclusive details inside trump's planning. plus the immediate impact of his policies


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