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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 that was negotiating to go against those democrats. dr. ben carson. where is ben? where is ben? and by the way, mike huckabee is here some place, he is fantastic. mike and his family, sarah. thank you very much. general mike flynn. where is mike? and general kellogg. we have over 200 generals and admirals that have endorsed our campaign. and they're special people. it is really an honor the we have 22 congressional medal of honor recipients. just tremendous people.
believed me and, you know i would read reports that i wasn't getting along with him. i never had a bad second with him. he is an unbelievable star. he is, that's right, how did you possibly guess? so, let me tell you about reince. i have said this. i said, reince, i know it. i know it. look at all the people over there. i know it. reince is a superstar. but i said, they can't call you a superstar, win. 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. i will tell you reince is really a star. he is the hardest working guy. and in a certain way i did this, reince, come up here. get over here, reince, boy, oh,
reince. my god. say a few words. >> no, come on. say something. ladies and gentlemen, the next president of the united states, donald trump! thank you it has been an honor. god bless. thank god. >> you bet. >> amazing guy. >> our partnership with the rnc was so important to the success so i also have to say. i have got in to know some incredible uh people. the secret service people. they're tough and they're smart. and they're sharp. and i don't want to mess around with them. i can tell you. and when i want to go and wave to a beg group of people and they rip me down and put me back down. but they are fantastic people.
and -- law enforcement in new york city. they're here tonight. these are -- spectacular people. some times underappreciated unfortunately. but we appreciate them. we know what they go through. so, it's been what they call an historic event. but to be really 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.
will say that that was something that you were really very proud to do. and i can, thank you very much. and i can only say that while the campaign is over, our work on this movement is now really just beginning. we are going to got to work immediately for the american people. and we are going to be doing a so proud of your president you will be so proud. again. it's my honor. it is an amazing evening, an amazing two year period. and i love this country. thank you. thank you very much. thank you to mike pence, thank you, everybody. >> congratulations, mr.
states. giving a conciliatory speech tonight. thanking his supporters. thanking his family. talking about the need to bind the wounds of division in this country. and saying, our work is really just now beginning. thanking hillary clinton. in a way that we haven't heard before that we owe her a debt of gratitude. and the that he wants to be the uniter of all people. and he made a point of saying, i am the president of all people. >> it was a very untrumplike speech from what we have heard throughout the campaign. >> well we will ask him whether he could be conciliatory, and magnanimous in defeat. we found out that he can be magnanimous in victory. >> i can be politically correct, so absolutely politically correct when the moment calls for it.
like that. he gave it. >> bob, talk about now, the challenges for sum within as they transition from booing a candidate to trying to govern and becoming -- filling that office, the awesomeness of the office and the responsibilities that go with it. >> i think we are kind of in unchartered territory now. we, really don't know. this is -- this is a totally new and different group. than we have seen arrive in washington before. and i don't thi where this goes from here. i mean it is different. it's -- this was a different campaign. and what happens now is different as well. >> i think it is encouraging to say he wants to reach out to all americans. campaign is over. the work is just beginning. that he wants to do a good job for everybody. we haven't heard him speak that way before. >> because he said he wanted partnership, not conflict. which was also something that,
the first person to become president of the united states without having held previous elected office since dwight eisenhower. he did it without the advantage of having won world war ii. >> here is the immediate challenge for him. the rhetoric was basically about as good as we have heard from him and you could deliver. he will have a supreme court seat to fill right hillary clinton would probably not have. talking to republicans in the senate. they would have voted him through. so he has a supreme court. supreme court fights get nasty pretty fast. there is that. plus, the, dismantling of obama care. the building of the wall. his policy agenda. right away. is -- is one that, that is going to require some, some massaging. so that will be interesting. where he puts his marker as he starts to talk about.
we have a republican senate. and a republican congress. >> there is a filibuster in the senate. >> they filibuster the senate. his supreme court nominee. which will return the court to being a conservative majority. then you are going to have a fight in washington. >> you don't know where the other part its. this is going to be. i don't care what you see. this is going to be greet with surprise. around the world. >> maybe, maybe, russia's pleased with it. as -- as we were hearing. from, from our reporter. in i don't know how the rest of the world is going to react with, to this, except with surprise. they're going to find it hard to believe. i think. >> they'll probably react depending on how he maintains a sense that he did in this speech or in terms of the people that he chooses, selects to be in his cabinet. that will be an indication of what kind of government he wants to have. >> major garrett is at the trump campaign headquarters. major.
panel. talking governing. my sources within the trump transition team tell me that, as of last thursday, all of the work set before that transition team had been completed. meaning they put together all of the policy binders. put together all the binders on possible cabinet and sub-cabinet nominations apin theees. put together all of the bindings on other political appointis that a future trump presidency should it occur might have to have ready for the work to begin rather. team, has been completed. and is ready for donald trump, now president-elect of the united states. so when donald trump told the country tonight, he is going to got to work. he has plenty of binders and plenty of staffers on that transition team. who have done the work for him. to begin that process. couple of other observations. donald trump has said from the very beginning of this campaign, that he saw something in america
and in terms of people who wanted to be a part of a rejuvenated american dream but felt that was no longer open to them. he tried to speak to those people. before he spoke to anyone else. in a way. that they fundamentally understood without any filtering from any other source. and even when controversies would arise. and trump's poll numbers would dip or there would be some defections from the republican party over something that trump said. those people, who heard trump first. never left his side. trump was speaking to them tonight when he talked about a country to be proud in. a country that will aim for the best. never accept anything less than the best. those word always rez nated with his supporters. one last historical analogy that i have never forgotten since newt gingrich. long term trump supporter put before me several months ago. to understand donald trump, you have to understand three american figures. andrew jackson. a populist president who toppled
washington. teddy roosevelt. a republican president who challenged the existing republican approach to business. and was a person of strength and projected strength. and pt barnum. some one who marketed himself for the benefit of his business and image of himself. newt gingrich told me, donald trump is a combination of all three of those figures. and his upside potential is enormous. and downside risk is also rather sizable. even in the last days of the campaign openly if trump, the downside would undercut the potential upside. it did not. the upside now lays before the country. lays before trump. and his transition team. guys back to you. >> and, nancy cordes is over at the jacob javits center in new york where hillary clinton's watch party broke up about an hour ago. >> nancy? >> scott, the lights are out
apart. what is so fascinating is that for all of the talk over the past many weeks about the possibility of donald trump not accepting the outcome of this election, in the end, it was hillary clinton and her campaign chair, john podesta speaking for her who came out after 2:00 eastern time and told everyone to go home because things were still up in the air. yet a short time later, we can now confirm, hillary clinton did call donald trump to concede. so, at the end of is the one who has not delivered a concession speech at least on election night. i am told that there are number of clinton campaign officials still at brooklyn headquarters, crunching the numbers. trying to figuree out what went wrong. trying to figuree out if there are any voting irregularities that, they should examine or call attention to. every single campaign aide i have seen here tonight, scott, has been shell shocked.
they weren't just confident at the beginning of the night that she was going to win, they were sure of it. there was no other possible outcome. in their mind. not because they were cocky or being fanciful but because all of the data that they were looking at was telling them that she was going to win. and that may be part of the reason that you never saw her here tonight. which is, just like her campaign aides, it was very difficult for hillary clinton to accept the news as well. >> nancy cordes, thank an interesting point she makes there. about as much data, polling, money, consultants, the whole obama analytics team, could not fend off what has been an incredible uprising for change in this country and for the unique person that donald trump is. >> you know it will be fascinating when he starts to govern. because a lot of times when people would say, well you know you are supposed to do it this way. not doing it that way. doing it the other way.
he thrived in chaos. in fact when things were too calm he some times would create chaos to turn the conversation on his turf. what does that look like when you govern it? may be the route to new success in a number of parts of washington that have been clotted. but it is going to be an exciting ride. and there are going to be a lot of people who need to join in the team who may not know how to work or need to learn how to work in an environment where you have got a leader who leads in that way. that will be, we have never seen a, a chief led like that. in part because the office constrains you, you can't do it. but on the other hand we thought there was a lot in politics that constrained him. nothing did. >> guys, he said all along from the very beginning. this was not a campaign. this was a movement. he made, made reference to that again tonight. a movement he says of hard working people who love their country. and at least from the numbers we are looking at right now. close to 58 million people, agreed with him. that this is a movement.
has ceased to work. the purpose of government is to improve the lives of citizens. our government has been just gridlocked. it's been unable to do anything. i said earlier today, you know it took him eight months to approve funds to find the vaccine for the zika virus. this is a reaction to what didn't hap men as much as it was a victory for donald trump and >> and charlie rose has the insights of our political panel. charlie. >> scott, thank you. you can say that everybody who achieved the presidency, somehow it changes them. they can't imagine what it is look to be there and to feel the burd in of the office. and his first official act, to accept the concession from secretary clinton, donald trump did it with some grace. and, respect for his opponent. chris christie told me on sunday
been working hard on the transition and that they have reams of books and had thought deeply about what they would do if the opportunity to girch came. i turn next to peggy noonan. thoughts? >> i think his victory speech which many people including perhaps he did not know he would be making tonight. was a very, was one that was worthy to the moment. it showed us a trump who was graver than usual, who was more serious than u he said things like, no dream is too big. no challenge is too great. he reached out. i think he was trying very hard, i think he was being sensitive to those he understood he had to reassure the one half of the united states of america that did not vote for him. so i thought it was -- equal to the moment. and i was glad to see its tone and hear its ring. >> michelle?
he spoke in an ok taf that we have not heard thus far in the campaign. and, and with a cadence that we haven't heard. this was perhaps his first demonstration of something as, as a leader that we hadn't seen before. he didn't throw an elbow. but he also talked about rebuilding. it will be interesting to know what that means. is he just talking about infrastructure? is he just talking about building the economy? or also talking about unspooling the legacy of barack obama? barack obama'sre been consequential. and for some people they view it as something that has been quite successful. will he start taking apart key provisions of the obama legacy? and so it sounded quite graceful. but was he also sending a signal. that change is coming. big change is coming. >> charlie, what i keep coming become to and thinking about trump's victory. the implications we will see going forward. his coalition didn't just
college whites on an activist level, it clued steven ban non, identify themselves as white nationalists, parts of american life that have been suppressed for a very long time. so looking for ward, i think i am a little less interested in the mechanics of a trump government and more interested what does it moon that a candidate in a lot of ways ran with a nod and wink towards those people is now the president of the united states. but whut do what does that mean for african-am muslim-americans, for the groups of people trump targeted in his campaign. i think that is the question that should be driving a lot of us going forward. because i do not think we should take lightly that, those facts. >> the question will be -- will he govern differently than the way he campaigned? often governing as some one, i think governor cuomo said, governing is pros and campaign and poetry. we well now see what the prose
that was said that was so important. governing is one thing. also the messages that you send. we have this -- odd moment in america where we are passing the baton from the nation's first black president to a candidate who was endorsed by the kkk and did not denuns that. a -- not denounce that. as president you send a message to the electorate. governance is one thing. but how people live and reaction on the ground is something different. >> about action not words. >> yes, of course. but let me -- >> you love words. >> i do indeed. i think we have witnessed tonight something epical and grave. i think it is the beginning of a new era whose shape and form and content are not known to us. and are not clear. whose personnel and exact direction are unknown.
i want my word to be, god bless our beloved country. >> it was hand historic night. we all look forward to understanding how it goes from here. back to scott and norah at the desk. >> brilliant conversation there, charlie, and some really interesting points to amplify here. what is barack obama going to say? he has called donald trump unfit. he called him and what will this mean for obama's legacy? it means it is in jeopardy? >> january 20th, president obama is going to be standing next to donald trump at the capitol watching him being sworn in. >> well, i mean, one of the first things that donald trump has said he is going to do is, roll back obamacare. which was -- the president's main legacy. and what other things are going to happen here? that -- as you know, and he is
congress. and there are priorities here that is going to have to take place. >> we're looking closer into the numbers about how trump pulled off this historic victory tonight. anthony mason has those details. anthony? >> thera. going to look at three pillars of trump's victory. the first was, male voters. men, he won them 53% to 41%. he also won whites without a college degree, by more than a 2:1 margin. voters told us the call they they wanted mosten their candidate. a candidate who could bring about change. among those voters. donald trump won 83%. so, huge landslide in that category there. the most important quality. and finally there was a lot of talk after the access hollywood tape and a lot of leading republicans pulled back their endorsement from donald trump. that republicans might in fact flee from him. well that didn't turn out to be the case today. he won nine out of ten
gail? >> certainly did, anthony. continuing that conversation. according to the exit poll, 7 in ten said they were dissatisfied with the federal government. 58% of those who made that comment with donald trump. 36% of those went with hillary clinton. it goes back to what he said, from when he started this campaign, not a campaign, a movement of people. that certainly bore itself out today. >> now everybody knows it is only the electoral vote that counts. and donald trump has won that decisively tonight. but have a look at how divided the country is. let's look at the popular vote. 57,600,000 for donald trump. 56,855,000 for hillary clinton. that's the popular vote as it is being counted right now. donald trump wins in the popular vote. yes indeed. but it's only about 1% difference. between the two. >> yes. you know, we have seen donald
of the right pitch in his speech. but those 56 million who voted for hillary clinton there are a lot of them who believe he came to this position by playing on racial fears, he was for five years the chief advocate of the idea that president obama was illegitimate he wasn't born in the united states. there are people on the other side of this who are not just going to accept this. we will see what the shape of that response will be and whose, who becomes the voice of that response. you mentioned barack obama the he will not be the of response. but who, who is? who does? and we have yet to see that part of the story play out. >> yeah. >> couple things. one this is really an hiss toreic achieve. in america. an historic, nothing like this ever happened. secondly, you have to give him credit. he has achieved something that no one, from the beginning, ever believed she could do. >> elaine? >> on the point john was making abut racial decisions. david duke tweeted this is one
my life. make no mistake about it. our people have played a huge role in election trump, make america great again. now at the same time, as trump was reaching out tonight, i was reminded of the latinos that i met at the u.s./mexico border when i did a documentary, latinos for trump. among the most passionate supporters the they felt he was the one who was going to affect change in washington they truly believed in him from the beginning despite all the >> bob, what are you reflection on this morning? >> i remember when richard nixon resigned. cbs news correspondent, roger mudd was part of the panel. after that happened. i said roger what is your reaction. he said, you know i think i want to go home and sleep a couple hours and i'll come back and tell you tomorrow. this was totally unexpected. i think certainly from those of
politic politics over the years, i think charlie is right. this is, this is historic. but i don't think we can say right now where this goes from here. >> unexpected not because of any interest in politics. but unexpected because of the polling. the polls were telling us, polls done by many different organizations, many different times, they were all pointing in the direction of the clinton victory. >> the polls and the behavior of the candidate that people said was not the united states, so many people had found his behavior egregious, at the end of the day it really didn't matter. i take, you know i take some hope in his speech tonight. that he said he wants to reach out. that he wants to build bridges. stand that he wants us al come together each of think that is a really great way to start in this country. there is a lot of healing that needs to happen today. >> if you look to your point, gail. on the questions of has the right experience and right judgment.
numbers. again not what people -- wanted. they wanted change over experience and judgment. >> they're fed up. >> all right. well -- >> yeah. >> change is what they will get. >> and it has been quite a night. >> we hope rerules by hope rather than fear. >> well, his conciliatory victory speech tonight was certainly a very good step in a long, next four years. we sure are grateful that you stayed here with us. all this time. >> yes, who are you people? >> some times raunchy election of 2016 now comes to a peaceful if improbable end. 70-year-old donald j. trump. sworn in as the 45th president of the united states on january 20th. >> the trump presidency begins in 72 days. fueled by what we know now is
election coverage continues now on our streaming news service, cbsn. there will be much more in just a few hours. >> really? >> yeah. >> who is going to be here? >> charlie and i right back here. >> wearing these same clothes. >> for norah o'donnell and our entire campaign 2016 team, i'm scott pelley. thank you for being with us on cbs. >> i am officially running for president of the united states. >> i'm back. >> when mexico sends it people, they're not sending their best. >> i'm running to help working families get a raise! >> we will make america great again. >> the american people are sick and tired of hearing about your damn e-mails. >> it is weak to disparage women. >> a man who can be provoked by a tweet should not be anywhere near the nuclear code. >> i could stand in the middle of fifth avenue and shoot somebody. i wouldn't lose any voters.
hate. >> i humbly accept your nomination. >> for president of the united states. >> russia if you are listening, i hope you are able to find the 30,000 e-mails. >> i'm not making excuses. i said it was a mistake. i regret it. >> this is the single biggest scandal since watergate. >> there is no pay scale. >> we are going to win at the border. mexico i wall. >> lock her up! >> you can put half of trump supporters into what i call the basket of deplorables. >> she has tremendous hate in her heart. >> i don't care what he says about me. i care what he says about you. >> i pledge to every citizen of our land that i will be president for all americans.
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the supermodel lashes out over claims they are with the donald now on "extra." ?"extra" "extra" ? drops election day war of words with tom and giselle. >> he said, donald, i support you and i voted for you. >> why the bradys are shutting trump down today. >> and -- >> kelly ripa, coast-to-coast with the polls. ife h loses i don't think he goes away quietly. >> we go back through hillary/trump library. >> what they told us about each
white house. >> did brad and angelina secretly make a deal? the latest on their custody battle. plus more news, prince why harry is onttack a in defense of his america ngirlfriend. broadwy invades the ballroom. tracie on dancing duty. >> you said it was tough to get your sexy on. what clicked. >> amy adams and jake gyllenhaal on pressures of being directed by >> he's going to find out i'm hideous. >> on "extra," universal studios hollywood, entertainment capital of l.a. everyone welcome to "extra," i'm mario lopez. fox news anchor megyn kelly, why 2016 was a rough year for her. >> kylie jenner asking america
another election, finally election day. kehe tone of theeping t race, one last minute trump drama playing out. >> who will it be? when will we know? as the stars vote, everyone asking, is it finally over? she's with herself. >> hillary clinton voting in chappaqua, new york, today. >> i'll do the very best i can if i'm fortunate enough to win today. >> minutes later and miles away in manhattan, the donald himself castingis apparently sneaking a peek at wife melania's as well. >> enthusiasm, you see it all over. >> trump not without some last minute controversy at one of his final rallies claiming he had secured the endorsement of nfl superstar tom brady. >> he called today, and he said, donald, i support you. you're my iend, and ifr voted for you. >> though tom told kirk & callahan radio show --
>> when giselle was asked on instagram do you and tom back trump, she emphatically replied with one wore, no. the stars hitting the polls from coas-coast.t-to taylor swift in a long line. joe and sofia, miley, kendall in a tiny vote tee, kate hudson taking her kids. >> what are we doing. >> going to vote. >> going to vote. >> lady gaga making herwn o political fashion statement wearing one of michael ja north carolina. >> i could never have fathomed that i would experience in my lifetime that a woman would become president of the united states. >> the pop superstar duetting with jon bon jovi to his giant hit only hours after he joined the boss in philadelphia for a final rally with the clintons and the obamas. >> >> this is a country where we
hillary, bill, chelsea and her husbandching the wat president back stage. barack obama getting his former secretary of state a huge hug. madonna flashing peace sign in red, white, blue hat bringing son david along surprising fans with an impromptu political speech. >> it's about keeping america great, not making america great. >> concert adding a trust to express your washington square park. ? >> sarah palin posting these election day pics before catching a plane to new york intellg "extra" why she's with him. >> the best thing about trump is his heart for had this country. >> one thing voters are telling her as she stumps for trump. >> come on, get this thing over with, for one, because there's been so much campaigning going n .
over. americans finally watch their votes count tonight. >> all right. now, to the other stories trending today, starting with a possible settlement in the brad and angelina divorce. >> the former super couple ending their custody fight over their six kids. those were the screaming headlines. but whoa, not so fast. this war still raging. the initial report, angelina's team confirmed an agreement was reached more than a week ago. jolie would have prima and brad would get visits with a therapist present. >> you and brad agree on everything with co-parenting. >> when it comes to how to raise them. it's what broughts utogether. >> tmz laying the smackdown on that story saying the temporary agreement will stay in effect until child services investigation is over. >> pitt filing these papers filing for joint legal and physical custody. all this as news breaks brad will make his fiblicrst pu
prince harry warning the world to back off his new girlfriend. the palace not just confirming he is dating meghan markle but lashing out to condemn racist and sexist attacks on her claiming tabloids have tracked down her family, tried to bribe her ex, even tried to illegally sneak into her home. the prince's spokesperson says this is not a game. it is her life and his. fox news star megyn kelly has been especially brutal on her. >> it hasn't been all rainbows and unicorns for me. >> opening up on showtime >> i dcal series "the circus." on't have friends anymore. i've worked too hard too long so i'm failing there. i feel like the hees and lows of the year have brought me closer to the people important to me.
the mom to 2-year-old kaya seeking treatment for t second hetime. >> i'm not going to say i feel great yet. i feel good. >> she's returning to "nashville" when it returns to cmt. >> saying good-bye to another fan favorite. >> marilu henner was sent home. i was there as another fan favorite returned to the ballroom. >> from broadway to the ballroom. ? neon lights are bright on broadway ? >> a night of performances. ? he had it coming he had it coming ? >> danning with the stars broadway themed show stoppers episode didn't disappoint. edina menzel performing her single and taking on role as guest judge.
to september 1963, o what a night. >> welcome back to the ballroom. how do you feel tonight? >> great. it's good to see everybody. i haven't seen anybody at a because i've been in new york. good to see my friends. >> laurie hernandez sexy cellblock that tango really stopped the show. >> i'm literally speechless. >> i know you said it was tough for you to get your sexy on. but you gotr you sexy on. >> it was hard. >> when finally clicked for you. >> wen to with her, she plays in chicago,a sh cat, light on my fight. >> marilu henner had her final curtain call. >> it's bittersweet to see you go. >> made it to wee knine. >> you hang on and it's a great ride. >> see who hangs on next monday for the semifinals on abc. up next, taylor swift and
birthday bash for pop star lorde. >> why taylor calls herself a mom with no kids. >> sean penn bearded and beaten up. where we spied the oscar winner. plus famed fashion designer hollywood it director tom ford opening up about his oscar buzz new film "nocturnal animals." it's a cautionary tale. >> amy
all right. so there's this new craze on social media right now called the mannequin challenge. it's where you basically stop time and be very still. >> that's right. it's sweeping the nation with lots of high schools posting elaborate frozen videos. >> the clinton camp just pulled off a pretty impressive one at 30,000 feet.
>> that was good. >> let's see what other items they are printing on social media today. >> taylor swift super fierce in leopard strutting herself to squad member lowerrde's 20th birthday party. >> did you know her real name is ella. >> i can't believe she's only 20 years old. >> i thought she was older, too. >> taylor threw the party for lenadu nham, aziz ansari. they wore matching shirts. >> taylor just revealed to lorde that she feels like the mom of the group to which lorde says she's one o her fchildren. she's very motherly, taylor said. >> sean npenn i slippers, bathrobe and wildest bed head over. he didn't just wake up but in
been sporting a if you beard. >> i've been working with sean penn. >> i spoke with him about about the professor and madmenish it's about oxford dictionary. that's why they are rocking beards. it sounds boring but really compelling. >> a lot of words. >> uncontempt. >> back in the day hygiene wasn't a top priority. it's only tuesday but kylie jenner posting ear saying misses she her dark hair asking her 78 million instagram followers if she should go back. this is important stuff. we need to go to our facebook friends to ask. right? dawn says definitely brunette more natural for her. >> her sisters, too. >> marianne says she's trying to be kim. >> thank you facebook live, very passionate about the hair which i appreciate. so earlier we showed you team clinton's mannequin challenge. now we're going to try our own
it's coming up in a i did the robot. i don't know why i didbit. the robot. all right. now, amy adams and jake gyllenhaal star in this thriller "nocturnal animals" which looks intense, directed by designer tom ford. >> i don't know if people know he's a director. this his second film and it looks good. here is >> from irrelconic director tom ford. >> thes you love about thing him are the things you hate. >> a cautionary tale when you throw away people in your life. >> i thought about it as a metaphor of heartbreak. >> jake gyllenhaal and amy adams star twisted talef o art gallery owner haunted by ex husband's thriller, she fears is a veiled threat. >> when you love someone you have to be careful with it. you may never get it again.
fashionable filmmaker. >> was he showing up looking like that every day. >> you have to step up your game. >> i was really insecure a paidnd attention. oh, he's going to find out i'm s.hideou i stopped caring. it's week two. i'm back in leggings and uggs. >> one of hottest directors we couldn't sit down with world famous designer without asking -- >> what do you think is the latest or biggest trend. >> i don't necessarily believe in trends. you need to find out who you are and wear what suits you. >> after gripping drama, a lighter role may suit jake next. >> this guy needs a rom com. >> hey. >> but first amy and jake together in "nocturnal animals" november 18th. coming up hbo's mouth that ro, billared maher taek taking on melania's camp
?"extra" "extra" ? so bill maher just hit up "the tonight show" where he made it very clear that he's her. he's telling renee if hillary doesn't win the election he's got aplan, sort of. >> never afraid to say exactly what he's thinking especially when it comes to who will be the next president. >> i hear young people say, i don't like trump but i can't vote for a liar. okay. he's a much bigger liar. please, come to your senses. >> unleashed, uncensored the realtime host sounding off why it's different than previous
was the end of the world and mccain would have been the end of the world and romney would be the end of the world. this is the end of the world. i'm sorry i cried wolf. still, i'm not kidding, this is it. >> trump once sued maher for not paying off a bet on "the tonight show" about being a spawn of orangutan. >> i'm willing to offer $5 million. >> i had to defend it in court and cost me money. as soo he was like get out of my courtroom. that's crazy. >> what did you think when you heard melania talk about cyber bullying. >> it's funny she would talk about bullying, she's married to the biggest bully in the world. i guess she didn't get that memo. >> "saturday night live." >> what do you think of the impressions. >> amazing. >> i've never met putin. what is a putin. >> i thought that was genius, gets to a higher truth.
the election. >> yes. >> whether or not do you have prepared for that show? >> a prayer and a wing. >> if he loses i don't think his people go away quietly. somehow we have to try to heal this country. if hillary does win, that's when i'm going to start to try to do friday night. we've got to get to a place where we are all americans and not so politicized. >> well, after tonight political battling and finger pointing will hopefully come to an end. >> i hope >> what's interesting is to see how hillary and trump used to talk about each other. >> jerry went into our archives and check this out. >> their he said, she said goes way back just like they do. now he says this. >> hillary is an unstable person. >> but in '08 he said -- >> she's an exceptional person. she's an exceptional woman. >> and in 2012 former president clinton kept the lovefest going on piers morgan. >> donald trump has been
because -- >> hillary and bill are great friends of mine. >> he likes film -- >> favorite movie. >> i would say "citizen kane" maybe, sunset boulevard great. i like the old movies. >> she loves tv. >> i watch a lot of the house and garden tv shows. i watch your show. if i'm around, i do. >> both big fans of kim and kanye. >> i really found her to be warm and very personable. she had a nice way of introducing her husband as if i now who he >> they are making a lot of money and doing well. you know, kanye says such great things about me, i cannot say anything bad about him. do you hear that, kanye. >> both ready to be casting agents. >> in a movie about your life,o wh plays hrc? >> meryl streep, she's just the best. >> who would you like to play donald trump. >> alec baldwin. >> both grandparents, just different. >> changing diapers. >> it's never been my friend.
>> how do you feel about tonight? >> really good. >> from camp trump, camp clinton and -- >> candid moments behind the scenes with the stars. then the country kings next stop after winning entertainer of the year. >> hey, "extra." >> garth brooks ready to shake up "the voice." next "extra." >> welcome, mr. t. . prince harry breaks his silence. >> wait for it. >> dishing on his hollywood girlfriend. >> this is completely unprecedented. >> but what's got him so angry. >> the private life has to be private. >> then is the jolie-pitt war finally over?
speaking together. >> what we know about their custody battle coming to an end? >> plus, priscilla presley gives us a private tour of graceland's newest attraction. >> come on, let me show you around. >> how she's expanding the king's estate. >> there is a bit of elvis everywhere here. >> and backstage's dancing drama you didn't see. >> i hate missing out on things. >> injury update and emotionall good-byes. >> your main takeaway from this experience for you. >> derek smells great. >> give me one >> not now. not now! now for november 8, 2016, this is "entertainment tonight "qwest. >> the royals don't talk about their love lives, but prince harry just confirmed he is dating american actress meghan markle. he's upset about the way his girlfriend is being treated calling it abuse. >> the private life has to be private. >> prince harry was adamant, he
girlfriend, american actress meghan markle in this statement that was released today by kensington palace. in it, the 32-year-old condemned the media for, quote, abuse and harassment. >> there has been a tsunami of interest in her life, her family and the media has left no stone unturned in fact, it is the reach of this unprecedented and utterly extraordinary statement. >> it also mentioned t legal battles to keep defamatory stories out of the paper and her mother having to struggle past photographers in order to get to her front door. >> harry takes issue with what he calls, the quote, raccal undertone of press coverage. meghan's father is white. her mother is african-american and she has described herself as biracial. meanwhile, there are new developments. meghan has replaced her u.s. pr form with a british legal team. the actress has filed a
>> she's complained about the level of harassment and abuse that her family has been exposed to and she's made it very clear that she will not at any stage be speaking about her relationship with prince harry. >> of course, who can blame harry for wanting to protect meghan? it's important to remember just how much his mother princess diana was hounded by the paparazzi during her lifetime. the prince, of course, grew up in the spotlight and last year he told sky news about wanting to share it with a >> i don't think you can force things. it would be great to have someone else next to me to share the pressure, but you know, time will come. whatever happees happens, i guess. >> i hope this is the girl for harry. meanwhile, there say breakthrough in the brangelina custody battle. e.t. has confirmed the superstar parents have pulled together to settle this kwie thely. >> this temporary agreement between brad and angelina indicates that the parties are now speaking together. this is super mportant because
each other for two months. clearly, the cold war is ending and the iceberg is melting. >> angelina's rep gave us the statement first late last night. the six children will stay in their mother's custody and the children will continue therapeutic visiting with their father. does this mean the score is >> it's the first quarter of the game. at this point you have a therapist who has been put in to help brad, coach brad, coach the chdr each other while they're together. this is really important for brad pitt because this gives him an opportunity to show that he's a great parent. >> so, basically, what happened, brad and angelina sidestepped child protective services which is totally okay, legal and faster than waiting for the courts and they worked out a parenting plan that works best for them and the kids. >> i think of the joy that we have in our family because we are together. >> i love being a mommy.
team brad today. a source tells "e.t." that the investigation into his alleged abuse is coming to an end very soon. it's just a matter of getting paperwork in order. >> if brad is ultimately cleared of any wrongdoing, then at that point in time brad's going to go to court and go to angelina jolie and request to be a co-parent. >> cameron matheson joins us now back from the ballroom floor and i have to say what a dramatic season with "dancing with the stars" with the pros getting hurt. >> usually it's the contestants getting hurt. you know something about that. >> my knee does. >> i hate missing out on things. >> sharna burgess watched from the sidelines as indy car driver james hinchcliffe dropped from the top of the leaderboard after dancing a jazz number from "the wiz" with fill-in pro jena johnson. >> how much longer do we have to wait?
the end. >> he was with jena cramer and the pair got a perfect score. >> he's barely able to walk, and i'm, like, babe, seriously, i don't want you to hurt yourself more. no, i'm not letting you down. i'm dancing. >> dancing her way to a perfect score, laurie hernandez with a tango from the hit "chicago." ?? ?? >> another highlight, former player mark ballas returned to the ballroom performing from "jersey boys" while derek hough danced with marilu henner. the pair was sent home. >> the main takeaway from this experience for you? >> derek smells great. >> that's your main takeaway. >> he must smell really good. >> that's how powerful it is. >> give me one second. >> not now! not now! no.
duties for mark's upcoming wedding. >> the bachelor party, where is it going to be? >> i don't know yet. we can't do anything crazy because we have to work. >> hangover -- one, two and three. >> i don't want to wake up in dubai or somewhere, like, where are we? >> am i invited? that's what i want to know. back to james for a second and he actually had a vacation planned for right now because he didn't think he would long on the show. all of his buddies are in the caribbean sending pictures. that's right, guys. rub it in. >> he's here making money. >> to movie news now, keep your eye on this guy, joe allen. he's making his big-screen debut in the long halftime walk. >> this is a very important movie and opens this friday on veterans day and it stars kristen stewart and vin dyessel and he couldn't resist the pitch prom oscar-winning director ang lee.
that is a cross between rambo and buddha. you're my spirit animal. >> you're a nation of children, billy. >> the thing is i was going to say, you're kind of a cross between rambo and buddha. i'm serious! >> sure! >> you've got this tough as nails exterior, but we all know that you're a softie. >> >> private lin, brit irnewcomer, joe alvin. >> this is so precious. >> kristen is one of her other co-stars. >> it's really great to have you >> what was it like working with her because she's a big star? >> it kind of goes like this. obviously. >> it was -- >> intimidating.
>> were you able to look her in the eye? >> no. i just -- ?? ?? >> joe plays a wartime hero who experiences post-traumatic stress. >> we did two weeks together and very rewarding and very, very tough. >> did you have to go through boot camp with the rest of the fellas? >> no. >> i did my bootcamp in "saving private ryan". >> did you notice kristen's blond hair? >> i was wondering about that. something crazy. shred her knees skateboarding, get a tattoo or dye her hair. >> we like door number three. >> zac efron's secret talent and why he's showing off his piano skills. ?? >> then "wonder years" stars reunite. what brought kevin and paul back together 28 years later.
renovations showing the the inspiration by elvis. >> i heard the name miss sloan, and i thought i was seeing pride and prejudice. this is the most bad-ass female i've ever seen. >> i was hired to win. i will use every resource i have. >> jessica plays elizabeth sloan, a powerful washington d.c. lobbyist and the nail biting political thriller is getting >> here is a woman who is overprepared and ambitious and not perfect. we're not used to women playing these kind of characters. >> you're a piece of work, elizabeth. >> i was pleased to see a film where she mentors other women. that has been my experience of the reality of what women are.
everyone is going bananas for the mannequin challenge. ellen and her posse joined in the internet craze by striking a pose. chec mid-air and warren beatty cheering willen on. wait a minute, warren. was that a blink? complete with a bar fight and james corden seemed to enlist his entire staff in this epic three-minute freeze frame of a day in the life. >> that's a cooperative staff. >> nobody can hold still at another wild tom cruise world
sold. >> last night fans were feeling the feel big time in south korea and tom returned the love. >> this is why we make films. >> it's cruise's eighth red carpet for the jack reacher sequel. he's been all over the globe and we've been there, too. his last stop today in tokyo, and now that's the piano man? ?? ?? >> who knew? yesterday efron posted the soulful serenade in bestie adam levine. ?? ?? >> their bromance was formed last year when they filmed mike and dave need wedding dates. our romantic reunion. >> 28 years after winning america's hearts as kevin and paul on "the wonder years," josh staviano and a clearly jazzed
taking selfies, hitting the ice and loving their own jumbotron flashback and when they brought danica mckellar back. >> we dated as kids and now we get to look at it as parents. >> here's his daughter noah after his team won and look who commented, winnie cooper herself posting, love it. >> still ahead tonight. new katy versus taylor. who wore it best? we break out t trends the celebs will go wild for. >> then it's the royal family like you've never seen them before. >> and action! >> why the crown is netflix's newest binge-worthy obsession. >> plus our graceland flashback with priscilla presley as she gives us a tour of the newest attraction which lets you live like a king. >> i feel his spirit is there. i've always said that.
time to take a walk on the wild side in tonight's "e.t." fashion fix. taylor swift leading the pack. >> hello! how is the birthday boy? >> looking fierce in her $2200 fall fashion must have. >> here's tay leaving the birthday celebration she planned for ella aka lorde. ? happy birthday dear ella ? >> i didn't wear my leopard. i'm sorry. >> taylor's not so best friend, katy perry with a dramatic leopard print of her own stopping by the late show is steven colbert.
spots, cate blanchett in alexander wang. we expected her co pf star rihanna to be rocking that. >> each graceland his world famous estate was decorated like no otherrplace on earth. now you can actually stay at graceland and we're giving you a personal tour right now from the perfect person. ?? >> hello, everyone. i'm priscilla presley. >> the new guest house at graceland is adjacent to the king's mansion. priscilla helped design the interiors of the new hotel to make it feel how elvis would live today. >> it was a grand staircase modeled after the staircase modeled in the front of graceland and the chandelier is a smaller version of the one that's hanging there now. >> "e.t." has been a frequent guest at graceland and it was converted to a museum and
upkeep. >> the problem is we're dealing with economics here and if there is to be a graceland at all this is the way we have to do it. >> inside the original mansion is '70s style from the ornate music room to the lavish dining room to the tropical jungle room. >> his only child lisa marie grew up here and her dad would not enjoy the spotlight celebrities live under today. >> i don't think he would have liked that very much. i ul at this point. >> elvis died here in 1977 and is buried in the backyard of his estate along with his parents and grandmother. over 600,000 fans visit each year to pay his respects. >> i feel his spirit is there. i've always felt that. i think many people feel that way. >> the chairs in the lobby were created to look like the collars on his jump suit.
>> we have five restaurants and a man cave and the bar and grill which has a big pool table which elvis loved to play. >> and it was a 30-year process getting the hotel to come together. >> we have a 464-seat theater, live events, movies and large events. priscilla said elvis always planned to build a guest house and this is just on the larger scale. >> he was so proud of graceland that anyone who came tha newcomer he would show them. >> he bought graceland in 1957 for over $100,000 and today it's worth $55 million. that's what you call an investment. >> it is a special place. speaking of money, netflix began streaming the most expensive series ever called "the crown" it tells the story of the early days of queen elizabeth ii. here's the question, is it binge worthy? we went to the london set to find out.
>> the crown starts with the wedding. ?? ?? >> it's an obvious love match with prince philip denouncing all his foreign titles to be with elizabeth. the two started corresponding when she was just 13 and he was 18 and no one wanted her to marry him. she did it anyway. less than five years later she would be queen. >> come on. >> what i love the most about it relationship and a marriage and every turn. >> so plenty of family drama to work with, but what about eye candy? >>. >> the crowd keeps it sexy casting the royals in a bit of a new light. prince philip played by matt smith comes off as a stud who sleeps in the nude. >> they're stunning, not only were replicas of the queen's
near-exact detail and elaborate costumes for more than 7,000 extras were also custom made and it's no wonder the series soap bar cost $100 million to make. >> season one is ten episodes and season two is shooting and netflix is planning six seasons in all. >> each season will look at a different decade that queen elizabeth has gone through and we have to talk about something. >> and the crown. the actual >> we have to stuff it, and you have to hold yourself and i did have to practice with it quite a let. >> what are you hoping that the reaction will be. >> that would be nice. and i'm vain -- i've been there and done thatt >> yeah.
then jeremy renner get in full doting dad mode. >> every moment with my daughter defines my life. >> the arrival star's candid comments about fatherhood. >> and chad michael murray and his wife are expecting baby number two. find out what the actor is exclusively telling "e.t." about the pregnancy. it's all at etonline.com. you are going to see zendaya in the next spider-man movie and she has casey under cover. >> somehow she is figuring out a way to squeeze in a new venture and she let us in on it. >> bye, everybody. >> she's just 20 years old, worth an estimated $5 miilion
j.t., zendaya is a triple threat, acting, singing any she's starting her clothing line, daya by zendaya. she's touring for her pop-up shop. what does it take? >> a great team, a lot of hustle and that's pretty much all i need to keep going. >> but is the real key to success to be brave? >> i'm a good girl, and honestly when i go home i g
we are going to fix our inner cities and we build our highways, bridges, tunnels, airports, schools and hospitals. we will 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. of our great veterans. they have been so loyal and i got to know so many over this 18 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 on national growth and renewal.
our people and we will call upon the best and brightest to leverage talent for the benefit of all. it's 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 be. we will have great relationships. we expect to have relationships. no dream is too big, no challenge is too great. nothing we want for our future is beyond our reach. america will no longer settle for anything less than the best. we must reclaim our destiny. big and bold and daring. we have to do that. we are going dream of things for
and successful things once again. i want to tell the world community while we will always put america's interests first, we will deal fairly first. all people and all other nations. we will seek common ground. it has been a historic even great job. i promise you that i 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 see that so many of you worked so hard for us.
something that you really were very proud to do. 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 you will be so proud. it's my honor. it has been an amazing two-year period. i love this country. thank you. thank you very much. thank you to mike pence. thank you very much. >> that was donald trump, the
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>> the crowd has gathered here scott. the silence from the white house is deafening. president obama argued that the very fate of the republic, his words hinged on this election and he was on the stump for his successor more than any other president in modern history. donald trump, a man he called uniquely unfit for office is going to deal obama's historic
clinton had promised that she would protect his achievement obamacare that has been damaged in recent months. she pledged to under take immigration reform and roll out environmental protections and defend that landmark nuclear deal with iran that trump said he is going to tear up. supreme court nominee doesn't look now like he will get confirmed. that is going to leave us with a split supreme court. he will renegotiate obama's deal this is going to make it very difficult on monday when president obama heads to europe to try to reassure allies that america is going to stand by their defense, particularly considering that trump has made friendly overtures to russia. this is going to explain away in
they realize they will be the best nation on earth. he didn't think he would wake up to this kind of result. >> margaret, it sounds like and looks like there is a large crowd around. >> there is a crowd gathering and it has gotten larger in the past 30 minutes or so. they want to get things under control and we have a mix here. a chance of black lives matter. you have anti-donald trump chants and pro hillary chants. it's hard to in many ways pull through the gate exactly where sentiment is.
the political experts sflb predicting this out come. >> on january 20th, there is going to be a new resident in the most splendid of all public housing in america. >> indeed we do. into the "wall street journal" and strategist frank lutz. i begin with fnk me what you think. >> all exit polling should be banned. in state after state after state. the 5:00 p.m., the second wave got to wrong. the hidden trump vote and people will not acknowledge it. they will come out of the woodwork and third, how do you address that anger?
up and blow up washington. the house and the senate this is going to be the most chaos in a long, long time. i believe trump will be the next president. we should keep it in mind. they are experiencing this evening as a political event and spiritual event. they feel grateful and they feel they are rebuking a decayed establishment that is richly earned a rebuke in 25 different ways. how did you react when you realized this was going to happen. he is a tough guy and said it
i burst into tears and this is going to be something. it's the right thing we are certain. i leave it there. >> this election day. this was just a victory for trump or a loss for hillary clinton? was it about trump or clinton? >> this is not a trump. his people came out in the right place and the right numbers and
i don't know if he is capable of that. every president has that and this president more than others. >> that's fair. on foreign policy. this is a total change from the foreign policy. >> it's almost like kicking away from the past 15 years. and his support as i must say, you said trump said it's a remarkable thing.
they were going to accomplish what they accomplished tonight. it is quite an achievement. >> i talked to his supporters a lot for your show. they want revenge. they don't want cooperation or compromise. they want to get even with the people in washington and wall street who did them down. >> what do you mean get even? >> with the politicians who didn't listen and the businesses who got rich and sent their jobs to turned against them. one thing that the trump people have in common is they think they lost their america and want it back. >> there is confidence in a trump government. they are going down, down, down. with great concern.
that would be reassuring to countries and could make moves like that if he wanted to. >> this question too. they will have months and months. if this is close, close, close, it looks like there may be movement in the questioning certain state outcomes. if it seems more definitive than that, i would think it appropriate that it's accepted and i would expect that. mrs. clinton is not sbhon is like trump. neither would be quick to do a concession speech and so we will see how that goes. >> this is about their protesters. we will see it in front of the white house.
wrong track. 77% said the fight is going badly. taking jobs away. i remember going back a decade and covering the economy and they felt that washington protected the rich and the boor and the last 16 years, the median income has not moved. that is a recipe for anger. and earlier they called donald trump and congratulated him on his big night and they say they had a nice conversation. it's a very interesting dance and if donald trump does pull
he was not going to campaign with him. that angered a lot of trump supporters and tonight some are saying that trump should do everything he can to keep paul ryan from being reelected as speaker. you have a real drama aside from the fact that this race close. it only became a battle ground state today so people missed what was going on. the democrats needed to pick up five seat sos take control and they failed to do that. the senate will remain in
as we come to the i understand of this unprecedented election, we look at the moments including a few you might prefer to forget. >> inspired by the future. >> i have decided -- >> i am running for president. >> it's nobody's turn. it's everybody's test. it's wide open. >> i won't talk about jeb bush. i will not say he is low energy.
we are calling for a total and complete shut down in the united >> have you even read the united states constitution? i will gladly lend you my copy! >> let me say something that may not be great politics and that is that the american people are sick and tired of hearing about your damn e-mails. >> thank you. me too. >> have you always told the truth? >>. >> i always tried to. >> some people will call that wiggle room. >> i am with you.
win for you. >> my daughters now take for granted that a woman can be president of the united states. >> after all, when there are no ceilings, the sky is the limit. >> i have much better judgment than she does and a better temperament than she does. >> woo! okay. >> the people at home cannot understand you over each other. >> it is awfully good that someone with his temperament would not be in charge. >> you would be in jail. >> i will keep you in suspense. >> that's horrifying. >> this is not the way we do it
this will be the greatest waste of time, energy, and money of my life. >> it is my high honor and distinct privilege to introduce to you the president-elect of the united states of donald trump. >> i just received a call from secretary clinton. she congratulated us. it's about us. and i congratulated her and her
for those who have chosen not to support me in the past of which there were a few people, i am reaching out to you for your guidance and your help so that we can work together to unify our great country. as i have said from the beginning, ours campaign and an incredible and great movement. and hardworking men and women who love their country and want a better brighter future for themselves and their family. it's a movement comprised of all races, regulars accident backgrounds and beliefs who want and expect our government to
i will reharness the greatest balance of our people and the talent for the benefit of all. it's going to happen. we have a great economic plan. we will double our growth. and at the same time we will get along with all other nations willing to get along with us. we expect to have great, great relationships. no dream is too big and no challenge is too great. nothing we want for our future is beyond our reach. america will not settle for anything less than the best. we must reclaim our country's destiny.
beautiful things and successful things once again. we will deal fairly with everyone. all people and all other nations. it has bee can be a great job. we will not let you down. we will do a great job. i look very much forward to being your president. two years or three years or eight years. you will say so many of you work
they were proud to do and -- thank you very much. while the campaign is over and the work on the movement is just beginning. we are going to be doing a job that hopefully you will be so proud of your will be so proud. again, it's my honor and it's an amazing evening and an amazing two-year period. i love this country. thank you. thank you very much. thank you to mike pence. >> that was donald trump, the
immigration reform and defend the landmark nuclear deal with iran that trump said he is going to tear up. merit garland doesn't look like he will get confirmed and that left with a split supreme court. he will renegotiate obama's free trade deal and other alliances. considering that trump made overtures to russia. how is it going to explain the pledge to a trade deal with china. this is going to be difficult for the white house to explain away from the light of day. before the polls close, when the sunrises, america will be the
>> it looks like a really large crowd. there has been a crowd gathering over the last few hours and it has gotten larger. we have seen more secret service towards that front gate of the white house. some singing the american anthem and patriotic sounds earlier. it's hard to in many ways pull through the gate exactly where sentiment is. it sounds as confused in predicting this out come. >>or january 20th, there is
>> charlie rose has insightful panelists to listen to. >> to the "wall street journal." this was inconceivable. all exit polling should be banned. the numbers were wrong all the way across the table. the 5:00 p.m. and the second wave got it wrong. second, there is still a hidden trump vote. those who refused to tell who
acknowledge it. and third, how do you address that anger. those were the people who wanted to blow up washington. they will have to figure out a way to work with them with the house and the senate. this will be the most chaos we have seen in a long, long time. >> your belief is that trump has won? >> i looked at the counties and i believe trump will be the next president. >> i think there are. we should keep this in mind. tens of millions of tonight who are experiencing this evening not only as a political event and a historical event, but as a spiritual event. they feel grateful and they feel they are rebuking a decayed establishment that richly earned a rebuke and i spoke to a friend of mine, a major trump supporter, i said how did you react when you realized this was
he's a tough hard boiled guy and said it was 9:00 p.m. and i burst into tears. he said this is really going to be something. he said it's the right thing we are certain. i leave it there. >> we often saw in this campaign when the focus was on donald trump his numbers went down. my question at this hour of this election day, was this a victory for trump or a loss for hillary clinton? was it about trump >> well, i think it's hard to argue this that is not a victory for trump. his people came out in the right places in the right numbers and brought an extraordinary upset. the largest in american history. i think that's all true. >> the largest political upset if he goes on to win. >> i think that is. >> in our lifetime certainly.
also a validation of a certain kind of politics. more cruel and ruthless and more personal. he has a huge burden if he wins this election to do some form of outreach to say this is a single country and not used groups to attack in that way. i don't know if he is capable of that, but every president has that and this president more than other upset of our political memory, but the most transz formaative election because of who he was and who he did. >> that's fair. on foreign policy this is a change from the reagan foreign policy. >> it's a change from the bush foreign policy. it's a removal like kicking away from the past 15 years.
do this. his supporters too all along said they would accomplish what they accomplished. >> the problem is who got rich and sent jobs to foreign countries. get even with a society they think turned against them. the one thing the trump people have in common is they think they lost their america and want it back. >> there is confidence in a tru trump. >> that does feel like brexit.
able to follow that. he will need republicans to do this. they will be reassuring and could make moves if he wanted. >> oh, gosh. >> what's the possibility this election will be challenged and we will have months and months? >> we will see what kind of a margin we are the night. this is close, close, close, it looks like there may be movement in the area of questioning certain state outcomes. if it seems more definitive than that, i would think it appropriate that it be accepted and i would kind of expect that, although mrs. clinton is not someone who she is like trump. neither would be quick to do a concession speech. >> this is not about them, but
tonight. >> one of the most popular hash tags is #drain the swamp. deplorable josh tweets i never have been so proud to be deplorable. another is also from a trump supporter, patrick shilly tweets the silent majority stands with donald trump #drain the the establishment is panicking. #drain the swamp. lock them all up. at the same time we have others tweeting under the hash tag america is overparty. if you voted trump, you voted trump. if you voted third party, you voted trump. if you didn't vote, you voted trump. a sampling of the reaction wing
>> as we come to the end of this unprecedented presidential election, we look back at the more memorable moments including a few you might prefer to forget. >> here in our small state. >> i am proud to announce. >> i am running for president. >> it's nobody's turn. it's everybody's test and it's wide open. >> i won't talk about jeb bush. i will not say he is low energy. i will not say it. >> is lyin'. >> you have seen his hands. they are like this.
fat pigs, dogs, slobs and disgusting animals. >> when you area i star, they let you do it, donald trump can do anything. >> mexico will pay for the wall. i can stand on fifth avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose voters. >> i am calling for a total and complete shut down. >> have you even read states constitution? i will floodly lend you my copy. >> let me say something that may not be great politics. that is that the american people are sick and tired of hearing about your damn e-mails. >> thank you. me too. me too. >> have you always told the truth? >> i always tried to. >> some people will call that wiggle room. >> i am with you.
win for you. >> my daughters take for granted that a woman can be president of the united states. >> after all when there are no ceilings, the sky is the limit. . >> i have much better judgment and a temperament than she does. >> woo, okay. >> it's awfully good that someone with the temperament of donald trump is not in charge of the law. >> you would be in jail. . >> will you absolutely accept the result of this election? >> i will tell you at the at the time. >> that's horrifying. >> this is not the way we do it in the united states of america. >> none of us want to wake up wednesday morning and wish we had done more. >> if we don't win, this will be the single greatest waste of
life. >> don't captioning funded by cbs it's wednesday, november 9th, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." to all republicans and democrats and independents across this nation, i say it is time for us to come together as one united people. >> after a long night, donald trump has been elected 45th president of the united states in a stunning upset. good morning from studio