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great man. another great man, very tough competitor. he was not easy. easy. not who is that? is that the mayor? is that rudy? rudy got up here. another great man who has been really a friend to me, but i will tell you, i got to know him as a competitor because he was one of the folks negotiating to go against those democrats, dr. ben carson. where is ben/ -- where is ben? huckabee isay, mike here someplace and he is fantastic. mike and family, sarah, thank
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you. general mike flynn. where is mike? and general kellogg. we have over 200 generals and admirals that have endorsed our campaign and they are special people and it is really an honor. we have 22 congressional medal of honor recipients. -- he is an unbelievable star. that's right. let me tell you about rights. -- -- reince. a superstar. but i said, they cannot call you a superstar unless we win.
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like secretariat. if secretariat came in second, he would not have that beautiful bronze bust at the track at belmont. ince isill tell you, re really a star. where is he? get over here. oh boy.oy it is about time you did this, reince. my god. come on. face up. gentlemen, the next president of the united states donald trump. thank you it has been an honor. amazing guy. trump: our partnership with the rnc was so important to
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what we have done. i got to know some incredible people. secret service people. and they areh iart and they are sharp and don't want to mess around with them i can tell you. and when i want to go and wave to a big group of people and they rip me down and put me back down, and they are a great group of people but i want to thank the secret service. and, law enforcement in new york city they are here tonight. ,hese are spectacular people sometimes underappreciated unfortunately but we appreciate them. we know what they go through. so it has been what they call historic but to be really
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historic we have to do a great job and i promise you that i will not let you down. we will do a great job. we will do a great job. i look very much forward to being your president and hopefully at the end of two years or three years or four years or maybe even eight years you will say so many of you worked so hard for us but you will say that -- you will say that it was something you are very proud to do and i can thank you very much. whilecan only say that the campaign is over, our work on this movement is now really just beginning. we are going to get to work immediately for the american people and we are going to be doing a job that hopefully you will be so proud of your
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president. you will be so proud. again it is my honor. an amazing evening. an amazing two-year period. and i love this country. thank you. thank you very much. thank you everyone. >> congratulations mr. president. chanting "usa"] ♪
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i saw her today at the reception a glass of wine in her hand i knew she was going to meet her connection man r feet was a footloose
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you can't always get what you want you can't always get what you want what you always get want sometimes try you might find you get what you need i went down to the demonstration that my fair share of abuse
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singing "we are going to vent our frustration if we don't we going to blow a 50-amp fuse" you can't always get what you want you can't always get what you want you can't always get what you want but if you try sometimes will you just might find you get what you need i went down to the chelsea drugstore to get your prescription filled i was standing in the line with mr. jimmy ill.an, did he look pretty
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i sold my soul to mr. jimmy, yeah said you can't always get what you want you can't always get what you want you can't always get what you want but if you try sometime you might find you get what you need oh yes
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you get what you need i saw her today at the reception maner glass with a bleeding practiced at the art of deception well i get told by her blood-stained hands you can't always get what you want you can't always get what you want
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>> and that event happened about a half an hour ago at the new york hilton. we want to replay it with you and in a few minutes we will replay for you john podesta's speech. show up, she is
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expected to speak this morning at some point but hillary did not go to the party for her run for president last night. the area code. call the numbers on the screen. there have been a lot of senate and house races. you can go to our website, c-span.org and see everything there. results, speeches. you can see right here the results. and here is the map for the presidency and michigan, arizona, alaska have not yet been called. if you click up here you can go to the senate and see what is happening in the senate. the one senate that has not been
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called is the new hampshire senate race. you can go to the house as well and click and see what is going on there. a lot going on on our website if you want to go their hands take a peek at that. let's get back to your phone calls. are on c-span. democrat. go ahead. caller: hello. disappointed.d of i voted for hillary. i am a democrat and have always voted democrat. i just kind of am scared of some trump things that donald stood for. he wants to bring the economy and jobs back at how
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can someone do that when they make their shirts and ties in china? you know? there is a lot of things that he talks about that he stands for but i saw a softer side of him tonight with his speech. there's a lot of things that i hope the house and senate can work with them instead of against him as they did president obama. and maybe we can get some things done. host: frank, what to do in auburndale, florida. caller: i am a supervisor in the software field and i have seen reimbursement showdown. i have seen a lot of things. and i have also seen a lot of good things from obama, you know. that he created.
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i just hope that donald trump does not spend his first two years trying to disassemble all of the things that were you know set by obama. host: that was frank and obama, in lynchburg,ie virginia. good morning. republican line. a first-time voter. i will be 34-years-old in a few weeks. ien though i have not voted, have been watching the elections for years and all of the debates and i believe that the political system has been broken and that many americans have no idea what a candidate is doing once they are elected. also, every speech i've heard seems to be exactly the same. i feel like everything hillary said in the last debate, i have
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heard that before many times and what made me vote this year was the last election. hearing her talk about abortion the way she did, it was just inhumane and just terrifying. also, immigration and the refugee crisis i was terrified --what she might do and how just all the political language i am really tired of hearing. i want to hear a citizens because as citizens and that is what i heard and donald trump and i was appalled at his demeanor like most americans but i had to ask myself, what is there a gender? what is the motivation? he is already powerful i mean he is a billionaire! does he have to run?
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hillary has been trying to get to the top four years and years and i don't feel like she will stop at anything to accomplish that. host: why have you not voted in the past? caller: people would ask me, who are you going to vote for and i would say i don't vote because -- and they would be like, it is our civic service to vote and i would say i don't believe in the system. i don't. anything from it. i see people getting a. and lying to us. there is no accountability. who will verify that these people will do what they say they were going to do. i do not enjoy the horse and pony show and having nothing come of it. they talk about this. why did they talk about the same issues over and over every election? do something about it. katie in lynchburg,
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virginia. thank you for staying up with us and calling it. we will take one more call. johnll show you then what podesta had to say to hillary clinton supporters earlier this morning. keith in mechanicsville, new york, republican. good evening. ecstatic being a lifelong republican christian that so many people supported mr. trump. i was very concerned and have been from the beginning of all the process about what the supreme court would look like going forward. that is the -- i just can't get over the the unbelievable victory he had. and to the number of people outside my state because it is difficult and new york state to be a republican but i am just --
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38%, 30 9% ofaybe new york state itself and looks like. caller: yes, but it is all in the suburban areas. not down in new york city, that is for sure. counties in new york state but he won't -- but the population in new york state is predominantly, you know, democratic that is ok. i have many patients who are them across, republicans, independent jos.hn podesta: i am hopeful with the supreme court. i can't think of anything more important than that at this time. keith, a doctor in mechanicsville, new york. hillary did not come down tonight but her chairman john podesta did. here is what he had to say. applause]
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john podesta: thank you. i know you have been here a long time. it has been a long night and a long campaign. but i say, we can wait a little longer, can't we? [cheers and applause] john podesta: they are still counting votes and every vote should count. several states are too close to call so we will not have anything more to say tonight. so listen, listen to me. everybody should head home. you should get some sleep. we will have more to say tomorrow. i want you to know, i want to every person in this hall and every person across the country who supported hillary to know
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youryour voices and enthusiasm it means us to her and to tamara and to all of us and sos so much to her much to tim and so much to all of us. you, were so proud of her, and she has done an amazing job and she is not done yet. so thank you for being with her. she has always been with you. i have to say this tonight. good night, we will be back with more to say. we will get those votes counted and bring this home. thank you so much. you are in all of our hearts. thank you. [crowd chanting "hillary"] host: and that was earlier from
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new york city and of course as we know we learned later, hillary clinton called donald trump and conceited and then of course he spoke and that is what happened. the johnou should hear podesta speech once again. let's look at the numbers and results. let's begin with the electoral college. 260 six for donald trump. 218 for hillary clinton. donaldwhat is new -- trump is leading in all three of them. let's go to the new york senate. 33 senate races. 51.blicans held control thean still senate by a smaller margin, 51-45 at this point with two other of the independents.
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the republicans lost a senate seat in illinois. tammy duckworth beat mark kirk. here is what the house looks like. a couple of the races have not yet been called. 200 36.191, 246 now representative john carney is the new governor of delaware, he won with 58% of the vote. mike pence is being replaced in indiana by his lieutenant governor who 151%. -- who won by 51%. vote to air grade
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eric greitens. and governor steve bullock is a republican, 48-48 percent at this time so it is not been called. the governor of new hampshire, looks like another sununu. sununu is the new governor of new hampshire. north carolina is another governor's race it is not been called. the incumbent pat mccrory is just a little bit he find the democrat roy cooper said that is up in the air. new governor of north dakota. some the 7% of the vote, a republican. oregon governor kate brown reelected easily. and governor gary herbert, 66% of the vote in his reelection
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there for utah. in vermont is one of the states that voted heavily for hillary clinton and elected eight republican governor. phil scott is his name. state, bill bryant finally,y defeated and west virginia was another state that went heavily for trump but elected a democrat, jim justice. he is a billionaire. he owns the greenbrier resort, a very nice place in west virginia and he is a democrat and he is the new governor of west virginia. back to your own calls. john and lawrence, massachusetts, independent. caller: faith has been restored a disabled i am veteran and i may independent
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but i saw how hillary's staff all did not answer questions, claimed to not remember shoes even trained on e-mails and all of her deceitfulness and secretiveness, were able to see through that and see the truth despite of what the media was trying to portray about donald trump. she is a career politician that never did anyone good for anyone but herself. i'm glad america has the brains i thought they did. host: john is calling for massachusetts. massachusetts went overwhelmingly for hillary clinton. david from alabama is next. i am so happy. i am 60 eight-years-old. i led to be part of this is stored election.
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i got on -- this historical it election. once on facebook only every three or four months and i posted to my friends that when i passed -- cast my ballot for donald trump, my vote would be the one that put him in the lead and that he would go on and win the election. and i am so glad that turned out to be true. nobody will ever be able to say my vote was not the one that put him in the lead. i am just thankful we live in a country we are free to do what he majority votes. host: donald trump 163% of the vote in alabama. ellis calling from clovis, new mexico it independent line. how did you vote? us? l is you with gone. sorry about this. jamie from california. democrat. turnout forelection you tonight? wonderful, thank you.
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i am considered a senior citizen. i have four children. they were affected by obamacare. unfortunately, i did not take the time to change my affiliation so even know i voted for trump that was not my affiliation and fortunately i do not think it a lot of people read obama's book we for he became president and if they had i do not think they would have ever voted for him. he was very strange. he was a socialist from the get-go. host: are you talking about "dreams from my father." color: i think so. host: kamala harris one, how did you vote?
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color i voted for her, yes. you voted for donald trump, so you split your ticket. caller: yes i did. i really wish we would be allowed to register independent so that we could have our choices from the get-go but we don't unfortunately. in the primaries, you do only vote one way. host: and kamala harris one overwhelmingly over republican loretta sanchez. they have the so called jungle primary in california were the top two vote getters get to go to the election and in this case they were both democrat. trinity call comes from also in california. santa clarita california. hello trinity. how did the election go for you?
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caller: oh well i am split by the decision. you know, accountability, responsibility, reality. if he does when we are in trouble. devastation. his temperament, behavior. he needs anger manager management. he cannot push the button. we can wait for hillary. we have been waiting. host: you know the election is over, right? caller: so they say. that there are a lot of provisional votes that have not been counted yet. they might not count rate the second but they will count later on. host: that is trinity. high on. republican. how are you? caller: pretty good. starstruck right now on the whole election.
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i did not think trump was actually going to win but he came through in the end. know -- it's i don't think that at the end of the day we all just need to be happy and next time hopefully around they will win. of talk aboutot utah being in play with evan mcmullen running but donald trump got 45% of the vote. >> i was surprised at that one -- host: that is even. is in springdale. you are on c-span. election 2016 how did it go for you? hillaryi was a huge supporter and have been supporting her since 2008 so she has always been like my main
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candidate so i was severely disappointed but i hope that, you know, the trump supporters are right and he will do a good job. that is my help and i want people to remember that hillary ran a classy campaign. she ran one of the best campaigns i've seen. she put a crack in the class ceiling and that is all we need to do is just keep going at it and one day she might win president hopefully. rachel, are you old enough to remember the clintons when they were in arkansas? caller: i am so happy that, you know, she's it up this great school system here in arkansas. my kids go just goal and i feel like this school is so much better than it was down in florida. it is a very great system. host: thank you for calling in, thank you for sticking with us into the late night.
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this is a tweet from dylan buyers from cnn money. mexican peso tumbles to all-time low. you can get 20 paces for the dollar which is quite a few. here's the wall street journal this morning. stock futures plunge as donald trump posts surprising win. the last we looked, the stock futures were down 700 points. this is the daily telegraph out of london and his headline is "it is time to bind the wounds. donald trump pledges to be president for all americans after sweeping to shock u.s. election. we are going to show you his victory speech this evening from new york city. david into,, washington, republican. david, you are on c-span. go ahead and make your comment.
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david, we're pointed to move on are you there? caller: yes. congratulate america and i am really happy that, you know, we have a president who one in washington state and i just want this country to be successful and everybody in this because be proud of us we have a family here and is just,g that we do happyow, i am just really great let's make america again. let's do it and whatever it needs to take and whatever we
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need to do to do it we are therefore so thank you for, you know, everybody else who's supported. host: david, you are in the minority in washington state has hillary clinton won that state with 56% of the vote. caller: yet, i know. i know. live a love people who wanted trump to win but i don't know why. it happens this way but from seattle, washington, tacoma, federal way, everybody. eight lot of churches and a lot of people prayed. a lot of people worked under me and were praying and i know thousands of thousands of people that were doing that. david, tacoma washington. let's are from robert in orange,
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california, independent line. wentoks like orange county democratic which is kind of her for orange county, isn't it russian mark >> i can see -- isn't it? see -- you only have two democratic senators to vote for. it is unbelievable. when you look at the vote itself with regards to resident, i think most of orange county went for trump but it does not matter because trump one and trump is going to make america great and then you had the guy before me that went for washington but you know, there is a lot of other counties in washington that could go for republican like etc. walla, it is not fair just to judge what the state's when they are
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coming from a different county. host: what more like call. another californian. crescent city, california. hi robin. caller: i just want to say god bless you mr. trump and thank you for coming to the rescue to save our united states of america. thank you. host: what is the issue that concerns you the most? caller: getting our country back on track. you know, making the changes he talked about. i think all of us have said everything he fought for and stated is everything the american people want to but did not have the chance to say. host: it was 2:45 this morning when mike hands and donald trump came to the stage this morning. let's watch a little bit of it.
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gentlemen please welcome the vice president elect of the united states mike pence. applause] [cheers and applause]
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gov. pence: this is a historic night. [cheers and applause] gov. pence: the american people have spoken and the american people have elected their new champion. america has elected a new president and it is almost hard for me to express the honor that i and my family feel that we will have the privilege to serve as your vice president of the united states of america. [crowd chanting "usa"]
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mike pence: i come to this moment deeply humbled. grateful to god for his amazing grace. grateful to my family. my wonderful wife karen. our son michael and his fiancee sarah. our daughter, audrey. faraway. and our daughter charlotte. i could not be here without them. i am deeply grateful to the people of america for giving us this opportunity to serve.
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and, i am mostly grateful to our president-elect whose leadership and vision will make america great again. so let me say it is my high honor and distinct privilege to introduce to you the president-elect of the united states of america donald trump. ♪ [cheers and applause]
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[crowd chanting "usa"] donald trump: thank you. thank you very much everybody. sorry to keep you waiting. complicated business. complicated.
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thank you very much. i have just received a call from secretary clinton. she congratulated us. it is about us. i our victory and congratulated her and her family on a very, very hard fought campaign. i mean, she -- she fought very hard. hillary has worked very long and very hard over a long period of time and we owe her a major debt of gratitude for her service to our country. i mean that very sincerely. now it is time for america to bind the wounds of division.
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we have to get together. so to all republicans, democrats, independents across this nation, i say it is time for us to come together as one united people. it is time. i pledge to every citizen of our land that i will be president for all americans and this is so important to me. for those who have chosen not to support me in the past, of which there were such a few people, i am reaching out to you for your guidance and your help so we can work together and unify our great country. as i have said from the beginning, ours was not a
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campaign but rather an incredible and great movement made up of millions of hard-working men and women who love their country and want a better, brighter future for themselves and their family. it is a movement comprised of americans from all races, religions, backgrounds, and believes to want and expect our government to serve the people and serve the people it will. working together, we will begin the urgent task of rebuilding our nation and renewing the american dream. i have spent my entire life in business looking at the untapped potential in projects and people all over the world. that is now what i want to do
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for our country. tremendous potential. i have gotten to know our country so well. tremendous potential. it is going to be a beautiful thing. every single american will have the opportunity to realize his or her fullest potential. the forgotten men and women of our country will be forgotten no longer. we are going to fix our inner cities and rebuild our highways, bridges, tunnels, airports, schools, hospitals. we are to rebuild our infrastructure. which will become, by the way, second to none. we will put millions of our people to work as we rebuild it. we will also finally take care
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of our great veterans. veterans who have been so loyal and i have gotten to know so many over this eight-month journey. the time i spent with them during this campaign has been among my greatest honors. our veterans are incredible people. we will embark upon renewal. i will harness the greatest creative talents of our people and we will call upon the best and brightest to leverage their tremendous talent for the betterment of all. it is going to happen. we have a great economic plan. we will double our growth and have the strongest economy anywhere in the world. at the same time, we will get along with all other nations willing to get along with us. we will have great relationships.
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we expect a great, great relationships. no dream is too big. .o challenge is to great nothing we want for our future is beyond our reach. america will no longer settle for anything less they in the -- less than the best. we must reclaim our country's destiny and dream big and bold and daring. we have to do that. we are going to dream of things for our country, and beautiful things, and successful things once again. i want to tell the world community that while we will always put america's interest first, we will deal fairly with everyone. with everyone. all people and all other nations. we will seek common ground not hostility. partnership not conflict. and now i would like to take
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this moment to thank some of the people who really helped me with this what they are calling tonight very, very historic victory. first i want to thank my parents, who i know are looking down on me right now. great people. i have learned so much from them. they were wonderful in every regard. i had truly great parents. i also want to think my sisters, and elizabeth who are here with us tonight. and, where are they? they are here somewhere. there are very shy, actually. and my brother robert, my great friend. where is robert? where's robert? my brother robert. and they should all be on this stage but that's ok. they are great. and also my great late brother fred. great guy. fantastic guy.
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fantastic family, i was very lucky. great brothers, sisters. great unbelievable parents. to milan yeah and don -- melania and don and ivanka and barron, iiffany and and and and i thank you especially for putting up with all of those hours. this was tough. this was tough. this political stuff is nasty and it is tough. so i want to thank my family very much. thank you all. thank you you all. and vanessa, thank you.
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thank you very much. what a great group. you have all given me such incredible support and i will tell you we have a large group of people. we have tremendously talented people up here. it has been very special. i want to give a very special thanks to our former mayor rudy giuliani, who is unbelievable. unbelievable. he traveled with us and he went through meetings. he never changes. where is rudy? rudy. chris christie, folks,
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was unbelievable. thank you, chris. politician, let me tell you, he is highly respected in washington because he is as smart as you get -- senator jeff sessions. great man. another great man, very tough .ompetitor, he was not easy who is that? is that the mayor that showed up? rudy got up here. who has been man really a friend to me, but i will tell you i got to know him as a competitor, because he was one of the folks that was
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negotiating to go against those democrats, dr. ben carson. [cheers and applause] where is been? by the way, mike huckabee is here someplace and he is fantastic. mike and his family. sarah. general mike flynn. where is my? and general catalog. we have over 200 generals and admirals that have endorsed our campaign, special people. we have 22 congressional medal of honor recipients, we have just tremendous people. a very special person who, believe me, i read reports that i was not getting along with him , i never had a bad second with him. he is an unbelievable start.
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that's right. how did you possibly guess? let me talk to you about reince priebus. . know it look at all of those people over there. reince is a superstar. i said, they can't call you a superstar unless we win because you can't be called a superstar. like secretariat. if secretariat came in second, secretariat would not have that big, beautiful, bronze last -- bust. reince, come up here. get over here. boy, oh boy, oh boy. it's about time you did this. my god. come here. say something. ladies and gentlemen, the
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next president of the united states, donald trump area thank you. it has been an honor. god bless. thank god. mr. trump: amazing guy. rnc wasnership with the so important to the success and what we have done. haveo have to say, i gotten to know some incredible people, the secret service people. [applause] there are tough, they are smart, they are sharp, i don't want to mess around with them, i can tell you. when i want to go and wave to a big group of people and they rip me down and put me back down in the seat, but they are fantastic people, so i want to thank the secret service.
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law enforcement in new york city. sometimes underappreciated, but we know what they have been through. it has been a historic event, some say. but to be really historic, we have to do a great job. do a great job, i promise you. i look very much forward to being your president and, hopefully at the end of two years or three years or four years, or maybe even eight years , you will say, so many of you work so hard for us, but you will say that that was something that you were really very proud and i can only say that
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while the campaign is over, our work on this movement is now really just beginning. we are going to get to work immediately for the american people. jobre going to be doing a that, hopefully, you will be so proud of your president, you will be so proud. honor.it is my it was an amazing evening, it has been an amazing to hear period. and i love this country. thank you. thank you very much. [cheers and applause] mr. trump: thank you to mike pence, thank you, everybody. that was donald trump from earlier this morning. here is the electoral map. this is available on c-span.org. we have taken associated press results. four states have not been
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called, to close. new hampshire, michigan, minnesota -- which is less than a point difference -- and arizona. a couple of points difference. but currently, here is of the popular vote stands. donald trump has 47.8% to hillary clinton's 47.4%. 58 million plus voted for donald trump. 57 million plus, nearly 58 million, voted for hillary clinton. for historical comparison purposes, 66 million people voted for barack obama in 2012 and 61 million voted for mitt romney. statesballot of several was a marijuana initiative, either recreational or medicinal. here are the results. beginning with arizona, this is the only one that failed.
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52% to 48%, no on recreational marijuana. in california, it passed 56% to 44%. in maine, a very close vote, but by aboutlike yes won 5000 votes. massachusetts passed 54% to 46%. nevada recreational marijuana ballot initiative, 54% to 46%. florida had a medical marijuana initiative. 71% of the electorate said yes to that. in montana, it was 56% of the electorate. finally, north dakota, 64% said yes to a medical marijuana initiative. now, we are going to go back to taking your phone calls. phone numberse up. going since 8:00
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p.m. this evening and "washington journal" begins in less than an hour. on the democrats line in upland, california. thank you for taking my call. i'm 74 years old, i'm a great-grandmother, i voted all my life. i have never seen such a sham as this. i'm disappointed, as you can tell. however, i believe that much of america are woefully ignorant as to the length political factions go to for their own benefit, not ours. trump is the perfect front man for the nra and the republican party. republicans spent no money on trump, so they have all this extra change, so they, i believe, along with the nra fought the electorate as they chose, and shame on them.
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this has been, shall i say, about the supreme court, it has nothing to do with donald trump. it has everything to do with hillary clinton. this is not what you would call rief" by any b sense, but this is what i would call the project cobra. i believe they are all snakes. host: up next, vicki on the east coast. clover, south carolina. republican line. caller: thank you for taking my call. i think i have to disagree with the last caller. knowing that we moved here from massachusetts 16 years ago, for better schools for our kids, and the schools here were great, and my son got a scholarship to clemson, and is doing
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unbelievable. much little class, middle class family and, you know, it is a struggle day to day, week to week. work, we don't live above are means. , you know, he shows the good guys can, you know, come again. host: vicki in clover, south carolina on the republican line. thank you for sharing a little bit of a your story with us. donald trump won south carolina with 56 percent of the vote.
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jaden in utah on the independent line. hi, how are you doing? host: how are you? caller: i'm pretty good. i'm pretty upset. with this guy who ended up getting the presidency. i don't think he should be in power. no, not at all. host: who did you vote for? caller: [indiscernible] let's hear from salvador in california. democrat. caller: hello. how are you? host: how are you? caller: i'm fine, thank you. wow. what can i tell you? mexican-american. the only concern i have, i saw
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my father worked very hard, very hard, to provide for us as a ,amily, working in the fields getting up at 2:00 or 3:00 in hard, come, work down at sundown. he pays taxes like everybody else in the working environment. what about this gentleman? what is going on with this country. he has not paid any taxes. what is wrong with us? i don't know. you tell me. did you vote for hillary clinton? caller: yes.
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host: what worries you the most about donald trump? to me, he does not have a solid foundation. he is not strategic about government, about how to treat with other people. peso went down so drastically and it seems like .eople are scared i really praise him for what he did and i wish him the best. he is going to be president and we have to accept to he is, but on the other hand, it is like
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the world is going to suffer what? they are saying that it is going to be 20 pesos to the dollar. caller: exactly. something like that. , i guess we are going to know the effects on the economy. i think we are going to be hurt, also. when the dow jones opens up. i hope everything restate the lenses. i really praise him. he is the president, we have to support him. we have to support him. but then, he has to learn, he has to change, he has to change. host: what do you do in el centro? caller: i was a former teacher and now i'm a private music teacher. that's what i do. host: thanks for calling in,
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thanks for watching c-span on election night 2016. sendsir putin congratulatory telegram to new u.s. president donald trump. this is from "the daily mirror." there are reports that donald trump will be meeting with president obama on thursday. jill is calling in north little rock, arkansas. republican line. caller: hi. years never in my hole 63 been so happy to have a president-elect. second.omes a close in my situation, i'm 53 years old, a woman, living on nothing, i have medicare, but my meds cost more than my house payment, i barely have money for groceries. that is my personal problems. i feel that donald trump will
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fix so many things for so many , ius, i do believe in him think that mike pence was the perfect running mate. i think that donald trump is not the dangerous man that people paint him out to be. i feel that he will be fair. i know that he loves america. i just wanted to say my piece. thank you, god bless america. host: it looks like we have time for one more quick call. dolce in mayfield, kentucky. caller: good morning. i'm an asian, i'm filipino. i immigrated 11 years ago. four years ago, i voted against barack obama and i accepted his presidency. this election, i'm bullion and very excited -- buoyant and very excited for the next four years of this country because i'm a naturalized citizen and having voted and having won, this
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country will be great again. i will support donald trump as the new president of the united states. i'm 45 years old. the 45th u.s. president. this day, i will never forget in my entire life. host: thanks for calling in. incomplethese are the te results in the electoral college. here is the map. you can find all of this information at c-span.org. you can watch victory and concession speeches, get results statewide all the elections. well, "the washington journal" begins at 6:00 a.m. prior to that, we want to show you donald trump's acceptance speech at his victory party from
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nce: this is a historic night. spokenrican people have and the american people have elected their new champion. america has elected a new president and it is almost hard thate to express the honor i and my family feel, that we will have the privilege to serve as your vice president of the
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united states of america. [cheers and applause] usa, usa, usa! governor pence: i come to this moment deeply humbled. grateful to god for his amazing grace. family, my my wonderful wife karen. michael and his fiancée, sarah. our daughter audrey. far away. and our daughter charlotte. i could not be here without them. i'm deeply grateful to the american people. for placing their confidence in this team and giving us this opportunity to serve.
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i am grateful to our president-elect's leadership and vision will make our country great again. [cheering] gov. pence: so let me say, it is my high honor and distinct privilege to introduce to you the president-elect of the united states of america, donald trump. [cheers and applause] ♪
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♪ [cheers and applause] >> usa, usa, usa, usa! mr. trump: thank you. thank you very much, everybody. keep you waiting, complicated business, complicated.
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thank you very much. call fromreceived a secretary clinton. [cheering] us,trump: she congratulated it is about us, on our victory and i congratulated her and her family on a very, very hard-fought campaign. i mean she fought very hard. [applause] workedmp: hillary has very long and very hard over a long period of time and we owe her a major debt of gratitude for her service to our country. i mean that very sincerely. [applause] mr. trump: now it is time for
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america to bind the wounds of division, we have to get together. to all republicans and democrats and independents across this nation, i say it is time for us to come together as one united people. it is time. [cheering] mr. trump: i pledge to every citizen of our land that i will be president for all americans and this is so important to me. [cheering] mr. trump: for those who have chosen not to support me in the past, of which there were a few people -- [laughter] mr. trump: i'm reaching out to you, for your guidance and your help, so that we can work together and unify our great country. [applause]
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mr. trump: as i've said from the beginning, ours was not a campaign, but rather an incredible and great movement, made up of millions of hard-working men and women who loved their country and wanted it better, brighter future for themselves and for their family. [applause] it is a movement comprised of americans from all races, religions, back rounds, and beliefs, who want and expect our government to serve the people and serve the people at will. working together, we will begin the urgent task of rebuilding our nation and renewing the american dream. i've spent my entire life in business looking at the untapped potential in projects ended
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people all over the world. that is now what i want to do for our country. tremendous potential. i've gotten to know our country so well, tremendous potential, it is going to be a beautiful thing. every single american will have the opportunity to realize his , ther fullest potential forgotten men and women of our country will be forgotten no longer. [cheers and applause] we are going to fix rebuild ourties and highways, bridges, tunnels, airports, schools, hospitals. we are going to rebuild our infrastructure. way, will become, by the second to none. we will put millions of our people to work as we rebuild it.
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also, finally, take care of our great veterans. [cheering] mr. trump: who have been so loyal and i got to know so many over this 18 month journey. the time i've spent with them during this campaign has been among my greatest honors. our veterans are incredible people. we will embark on a project of national growth and renewal. i will harness the creative talents of our people and we will call upon the best and brightest to leverage their tremendous talents for the betterment of all. it is going to happen. [applause] mr. trump: we have a great economic plan. we will double our growth and have the strongest economy anywhere in the world. at the same time, we will get along with all other nations
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.illing to get along with us we will have great relationships. we expect to have great, great relationships. no dream is too big, no challenges to grade, nothing we want for our future is beyond our reach. america will no longer settle for any less and the best. -- then the best. [cheering] mr. trump: we must reclaim our country's destiny andriy big and bold and daring. we have to do that. we are going to dream of things for our country and beautiful things and successful things once again. i want to tell the world community that while we will always put america's interest first, we will deal fairly with everyone, with everyone. all people and all other nations . we will seek common ground, not
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hostility, partnership, not conflict. and now, i would like to take this moment to thank some of the people who really helped me with this, what they are calling tonight, very, very historic victory. first, i want to thank my parents, who i know are looking down. great, great people. i've learned so much from them, they were wonderful in every regard. i had truly great parents. i want to thank my sisters, who are here with us tonight. , where are they? they are here someplace. they are very shy, actually, and my brother robert, my great trend, where is robert, where is robert? all be on this stage, but that is ok.
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that is great. also, my late brother fred. fantastic guide. great brothers, sisters, great unbelievable parents. to milani a and don. ivanka and eric. baron.fany and you and i thank you and, especially, for putting up with all of those hours, this was tough. this was tough. nastyolitical stuff is and it is tough. i want to thank my family very much. thank you all.
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unbelievable job. unbelievable. vanessa, thank you. what a great group. you have all given me such incredible support. i will tell you that we have a large group of people. they kept saying we have a small staff, not so small, look at all of the people that we have, look at all of these people. and kelly and and chris and rudy and steve and david. tremendously talented people up here. i want to tell you, it has been very, very special. i want to give a very special thanks to our former mayor rudy giuliani, who is unbelievable.
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unbelievable. he traveled with us and he went through meetings. he never changes. where is rudy? rudy. governor chris christie, folks, was unbelievable. thank you, chris. the first major politician, let me tell you, he is highly respected in washington because he is as smart as you get -- senator jeff sessions. great man. another great man, very tough competitor, he was not easy. who is that? is that the mayor that showed up? rudy got up here. another great man who has been really a friend to me, but i will tell you i got to know him
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as a competitor, because he was one of the folks that was negotiating to go against those democrats, dr. ben carson. [cheers and applause] where is ben? by the way, mike huckabee is here someplace and he is fantastic. mike and his family. sarah. general mike flynn. where is my? and general catalog. we have over 200 generals and admirals that have endorsed our campaign, special people. we have 22 congressional medal of honor recipients, we have just tremendous people.
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a very special person who, believe me, i read reports that i was not getting along with him, i never had a bad second with him. he is an unbelievable star. that's right. how did you possibly guess? let me talk to you about reince priebus. i know it. look at all of those people over there. reince is a superstar. i said, they can't call you a superstar unless we win because you can't be called a superstar. like secretariat. if secretariat came in second, secretariat would not have that big, beautiful, bronze bust. at the track, at belmont. reince, come up here. he is the hardest working guide. in a certain way, i did this -- come up here. get over here. boy, oh boy, oh boy. it's about time you did this. my god. come here. say something. reince priebus: ladies and
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gentlemen, the next president of the united states, donald trump . thank you. it has been an honor. god bless. thank god. [cheering] mr. trump: amazing guy. our partnership with the rnc was so important to the success and what we have done. i also have to say, i have gotten to know some incredible people, the secret service people. [applause] mr. trump: there are tough, they are smart, they are sharp, i don't want to mess around with them, i can tell you. when i want to go and wave to a big group of people and they rip me down and put me back down in the seat, but they are fantastic people, so i want to thank the secret service. [cheering] mr. trump: law enforcement in
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new york city. they are here tonight. these are spectacular people. sometimes underappreciated, but we know what they have been through. it has been what they call a historic event, but to be really historic, we have to do a great job. i promise you, i will not let you down. we will do a great job. we will do a great job. i look very much forward to being your president and, hopefully at the end of two years or three years or four years, or maybe even eight years, you will say, so many of you work so hard for us, but you will say that that was something that you were really very proud to do and i can only say that
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while the campaign is over, our work on this movement is now really just beginning. we are going to get to work immediately for the american people. we are going to be doing a job that, hopefully, you will be so proud of your president, you will be so proud. again, it is my honor. it was an amazing evening, it has been an amazing two-year. -- period. and i love this country. thank you. thank you very much. [cheers and applause] mr. trump: thank you to mike pence, thank you, everybody. >>1 usa, usa, usa! [cheers and applause] >> usa, usa, usa! [cheers and applause]
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information. this is the case with a lot of pieces that will be done for this competition, but mental illness especially, it is a complicated issue, it is not black and white, it is so multifaceted that i had to research to get a base knowledge of what i wanted to talk about in this piece. obviously, it is so complicated that i can't talk about it all in 5-7 minutes. >> pharmaceuticals is a really broad topic. it was nice to have a focal point i wanted to focus on. and got clips from the internet, i researched the topic before i started shooting. this is my dad's pharmacy. talking to the pharmacists there , talking to my mom and her colleagues and coworkers, i did a lot of internet research. >> a lot of internet research to find more facts and data and statistics about employment of those with developmental disabilities to see really what was going on.
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most of the information i got off the internet came from government founded websites. that is how i knew that most of the information that i was getting was legitimate. >> this year's theme? your message to washington dc. tell us, what is your most urgent issue for the president and congress to address in 2016. contest has $100,000 awarded in cash prizes. students can work alone or in a group of up to three to produce a 5-7 minute documentary on the issue. it must include c-span programming and explore opposing opinions. the $100,000 will be awarded and shared between 150 students and 50 teachers. the grand prize, $5,000, will go to the student or teen with the best overall entry. the deadline is january 20, 2017. help us spread the

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