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now that the election is over. >> donald trump says his campaign was a movement for all americans. >> now it's time for america to bind the wounds of division. question 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. i pledge to every citizen of our land that i will be president for all americans and this is so important to me. >> president-elect trump also congratulated hillary clinton for a hard-fought campaign, he went on to say he would be reaching out to those who didn't support him for guidance. there ee's all right unprecedented security outside of the trump power.
that includes screens around the side entrance so it's impossible to see who's coming and going from the building. today hillary clinton made her concession speech. >> nbc10's george spencer is live in washington, d.c. outside the white house. george, president obama said he's ready to play nice with president-elect trump. >> reporter: today in washington, the focus was on healing or beginning to heal. making those first steps towards healing deep divisions in the country, also making steps towards the beginning of a donald trump administration. >> but i still believe in america and i always will. and if you do, then we must accept this result and then look to the future. >> reporter: hillary clinton spoke to her campaign, democrats
and the nation this morning. she admitted losing the election was painful, but she urged her supporters to stay together. >> our campaign was never about one person or even one election. this campaign was about the country we love. >> this presidency is bigger than anyone. >> reporter: president obama says working with president-elect trump -- eight years ago, president bush and i had some pretty significant differences. >> he said that the bush administration helped him into the white house and he promises to do the same for his successor, after all, he says, this is just politics. >> we try really hard to persuade people that we're right. and then people vote. and then if we lose, we learn from our mistakes, we do some
reflection. we lick our wounds, we brush ourselves off, we get back in the arena. >> reporter: tomorrow president-elect trump will head here to the white house to meet with president obama to given the transition process, it lot historic moment in this historic campaign. reporting live in washington, d.c., i'm george spencer, nbc10 news. >> and of course this race hinged on pennsylvania, particularly in our area. in philly, this was hillary clinton's widest margin you see, 82 to 15, that was expected. and in montgomery county, donald trump's 38% to hillary clinton's 59%. same thing happened here 2012,
and also in 2008 when president obama won big against john mccain. and in chester county, hillary clinton got 53% and trump 47%. president obama in 2012 and in 2008, president obama gained a lot of ground here in bucks. a big win for donald trump, 10 percentage points there, and he also won big right here. and in the lehigh valley, hillary clinton holding a slight lead and then when it was all said and done, nbc news projected donald trump winner of pennsylvania's 20 electoral votes. o republican speaker of the house paul ryan says speak sir
trump is the most incredible political feat he has seen. he says it's time for the republican party to come together to support president-elect donald trump. >> donald trump heard a voice out there in the country that nobody else heard. he connected in ways with people no one else did. he turned politics on its head. and now donald trump will lead a unified republican government. >> ryan says he will work with mr. donald trump and help dismantle the affordable care act among other obama administration policies. now to this, is this spray paint paint painted graffiti for or against president-elect donald trump. deanna? >> reporter: city crews just packed up their trucks and took
off. one of those graffiti scenes was on this building here. that is the same for buildings up and down this street. as far as who's responsible, police already have a good lead to who they're looking for. >> this isn't where anthonilys, but he's pitching in for his neighbor. >> i think it's terrible, that somebody would go around and write all that on the walls. and i heard they damaged five cars. >> reporter: derosa is one we found in this south philadelphia neighborhood. this man has been talking with his neighbors all day warning them of what they may see outside. >> it stinks, i'm a registered democrat, why are you writing donald trump on my car. >> and he says he doesn't know the guy seen on surveillance cameras around 4:00 in morning, but he does want to know why his
car, why his neighborhood, and why was the name trump and donald trump rules all part of the vandal's spree? >> we're just trying to get buy, whoever won the election won it fair and square and everybody's happy, let's go on. >> reporter: derosa says she warv wants to give the guy a good talking to. >> that's terrible. >> reporter: the city did -- [ unintelligible ] >> as you can tell, we're receiving a lot of technical difficulty out there, probably due to the fog and the rain and the elements. what you voted republican or democrat, everyone has an
opinion, so today, we talked to people about their thoughts on the election results. >> terrible. it's a blow to this country. >> it's not per se donald trump that worries me, but really what a fully controlled republican house and senate and white house would do to any progress that was made within the last eight years. >> i think it's because donald trump is like more followers on twitter and more people, like, want to follow him because he's going to make america great again. >> coming up in about 20 minutes, hear from trump supports in berks county, that county actually help donald trumped win pennsylvania. >> our coverage of president-elect trump continues for the next 90 minutes. there's a special edition of nbc "nightly news" and then at 7:30, "transition to donald trump." . it's been raining on and off for
the entire day. here's a look at the radar to show you rain will impact the evening rush hour. it's a little foggy outside too. if you're heading into new jersey tonight, you want to make sure that you're extra careful. >> first alert erika martin is tracking weather in your neighborhood tonight. >> keith and jackie, we have had rain on and off all day long. a live look outside, we do see these soupy clouds, rain showers, and that developing nothing, if you look at the bottom of your screen, you will see your local neighborhood forecast, other weiss rigwise r lehigh valley seeing a break in those rain showers. notice those oranges and those yellows there. route 17, route 30, also seeing some heavier downpours,
everything is starting to clear by about 9:00, 10:00 p.m. plenty of sunshine in the forecast, but we do have cooler temperatures in the works. notice the lehigh valley not much going on right now, not very organized, those rain showers continuing to move to the southeast. temperatures mainly in the 50s and coming up, i do have the 10-day on 10. check this out, an historic old mill in wilmington has burned to the ground. >> unbelievable images, firefighters are still on the scene putting out hot spots at the bancroft mills building. >> reporter: it lit up the wilmington sky in the middle of the night, a quick spreading fire in five buildings in the historic but abandoned bancroft
mills building. there was a fire here two years ago, he says this site should be locked up much tighter to keep people from sneak iing around bk there. >> there are no lights so people pretty much feel free to move afternoon as they like. >> we are investigating all leads and pursuing all avenues. >> reporter: an arson task force is investigating this fire to see if this fire was intentionally set. 58 fire crews from all over the region came to help. the tricky part was getting water down to this fire scene. the good news is the mill, it hangs literally over an unending su source of water. we were there as wilmington firefighter pumped water out of the brandy wine to get water to keep this fire from spreading to
buildings on either side of the mill. >> lit probably burn for another day or two. now to our coverage of donald trump's victory. plus, marijuana is now legal in more places, voters give pot the green light in several states, including one in the northeast. plus it has been a roller coaster ride on wall street, a financial expert will join us to see what you can expect from a change in power in washington.
for months we have talked about pennsylvania being a key battle gountd state. here's a look at the final vote totals in pennsylvania. mitch blacher is checking into what may have slowed some of that reporting. >> it was after midnight before enough of the vote was counted for the experts to finally call pennsylvania. while most of the vote is in, there's still about 30 precincts state wide still finalizing their results. john garcia watched the election
results late into the night. he saw long lines in philly and chester could have been. we all saw voters holding their place in line so they could cast their vote long after the polls closed. into the american, america's political spotlight beamed on pennsylvania, the presidency and senate in the balance. even now in philly, roughly 20 districts still haven't reported numbers. from harrisberg those in charge of numbers and reporting to the state, they say it's normal for some precincts to be unreported despite the election being calmed. >> it was certainly a busy election, but for a busy election, it felt very normal. >> reporter: montgomery county, officials noticed a glitch early. >> our team started doing what they used to do before we had
that website, which is count the ballots by hand. >> john garcia told us the line and wait for results are not what he'll remember most about this election. >> i have never seen anything like this in my life and hopefully we'll never see anything like this again. >> now we did learn around 11:00 last night that state officials had to start manually entering the results from county websites so they could be reported more widely. the state officials said they had teams entering the numbers where one team would type and another one would be sure what was being entered was accurate. and senator pat toomey is headed back to washington for a second term. toomey and mcginty were neck and neck most of the night, and in the end there are about 100,000 votes separating the candidates.
it's the most expensive race in senate history. in the race for delaware's only congressional seat, democrat lisa blount rochester. rochester becomes the pittsburgh woman and first african-american from delaware elected to congress. turning now to our first alert weather, hopefully people remember to bring their umbrellas today. >> it's a rainy picture out here behind us, at least across the delaware in center city. erika martin joins us. >> we do have some more hours left, by 9:30, 10:00, everything starts to improve. if you looks at the bottom of your screen, you will see your neighborhood forecast, meanwhile the satellite image is picking up on darker greens and yellows, indicating we still have heavy rain from the northwest to the
southeast not much going on right now, very broken precipitation here, otherwise the lehigh valley not seeing much rain. otherwise clearing as a high pressure system really takes control. otherwise rainfall totals for today, west mt. airy under a half an inch of rain. again, if you look at the bottom of your screen, you will see your local neighborhood forecast, weather headlines include rain and fog clearing by about 9:30, 10:00 p.m. tomorrow a chillier start, a breezier start but certainly a bright spot in the forecast. a live look outside, we do have some showers and fog developing as. and hour by hour, echoes that
septemb sentiment. we start to see an improve there, wilmington is dry, so conditions are improving there. clay mont 53 and reedy point currently 55 degrees. allendale 54. and notice northwesterly winds right now. so we do have those cooler temperatures right now and certainly cooler by the weekend. cooks town at 49. for tomorrow, temperatures are mainly going to be in the 50s so keep that in mind, a mix of sun and clouds, mt. airy, 57 is your expected high temperature.
galloway 57, and atlantic city, your expected high temperature 53 degrees. we will have your 10-day on 10. straight ahead on nbc10 news at 5:00, a gold star father supported hillary clinton on the campaign trail. this local woman celebrated a monumental milestone, we speak with her in our next half hour.
last night was the -- massachusetts is the first state on the east coast to approve such a bill. four of the western states have already passed similar laws, florida and south dakota also legalized medical marijuana last night. however the drug still remains illegal under federal law. market futures plunged last night on word of donald trump's upset victory. the nasdaq and s&p 500 also jumped attorney a full percentage point, many attribute the gains to president trump's victory speech last night. here's how the stocks closed the day, the dow finished up 256 points, the nasdaq jumped 57 points and the s&p 500 was up 23. >> we know you have questions about your money with a new leader coming to the white house. >> rob, the market was down 800
points while those results were coming in, but it did rebound today, what does all of this mean for us? >> look, i think it's important to note the market was already down for eight straight days before this election. so i think the investors were already on edge, and when the returns started to be opposite what the polls said they were going to be, investors got nervous. but as the night wore on, the results became more apparent, there wasn't going to be a tr t terrorist attack, there wasn't going to be a recount, they really got back to buying and selling as usual. >> what effect if any will this have on the markets? >> the republicans pulled a hat trick to a hockey term ow. they have got the white house,
they have got the house and senate. and that's when president obama passed his signature legislation, the affordable care act, when you're in charge of all three of those branches, that means you can get something done in the white house. >> between now and inauguration day in january, is there any way to expect more volatility? or can we expect some stabilization. >> instability doesn't always mean that the market goes down, sometimes go s it goes up as we. there's still some questions about the policies that are going to be impmented so we're going to have to wait and see. >> all right coming up next at 5:30, now becoming a security nightmare. >> the spectacle outside donald
rainy rush hour out there. as you can see, the schuylkill express way jammed up. how long will this rain stick around? >> nbc10 first alert meteorologist erika martin is watching the radar in your neighborhood. >> we do have an improvement on the way, i would say about 9:00, 10:00 p.m. if you look at the bottom of your screen, you will see your neighborhood forecast. we see a break in the clouds and a break in the fog. by 9:30, 10:00 p.m., you'll certainly see an improvement there, we're not seeing any organized showers here, everything is starting to break apart. locally here we're still seeing some pockets of darker green, otherwise we're still seeing some improvements there. keep in mind temperatures are
mainly in the 50s, suburbs seeing the low 50s for you. mainly clouds and fewer showers. so keep in mind that we do have those showers in the forecast, at least for the next couple of hours, everything improving, by 9:00, 10:00 p.m., we do have a nice but chillier start to the day tomorrow. i do have my full forecast coming up in just a bit. back to you. to those who have chose on not to support me in the past, of which there were a few people. i'm reaching out to you for your guidance and your help so that we can work together and unify our great country. >> president-elect donald trump is already working on his team that will help him transition into the white house in january. today president obama says he invited trump washington, d.c. to talk about that transition in
power. jim rosenfield will be live in our nation's capital to cover that meeting. >> hillary clinton said it's time to look to the future and give president-elect trump a chance to lead. clinton went on to say she was sorry she did not win the election for all those who share her violenalues. >> i know how disappointed you feel because i feel it too. and so do tens of millions of americans who invested their hopes and dreams in this effort. this is painful and it will be for a long time. >> clinton also said being the democratic nominee was one of the greatest honors of her life. pennsylvania's usually a democratic state when voting for president. last night donald trump won the state by outperforming clinton in the suburbs. nbc10's randy gyllenhaal joins us live from berks county where
trump won with a lead of 10 percentage points. >> reporter: thanks to those voters in the suburbs and in rural counties, they broke it and turned it red for the first time in more than 20 years. the morning after donald trump won the most powerful job on the planet, the breakfast crowd here buzzing with skpimt. excitement. >> people here are looking for change, they're tired of the political crap. >> reporter: bob werner celebrating a win tonight. >> we lost quite a bit, we got the steel and the oil, that used to be a big providesr in the area. you don't have that anymore. >> reporter: across the commonwealth, small towns showed
up for trump while clinton failed to connect. and a closer look at nbc's county by county map shows how wide those margins were outside of philadelphia. here in berks county, donald trump winning by 10 percentage points, in lancaster county, almost 20, and in rural schuylkill county, trump with an astounding 43 point lead. but critics say the rural vote was also fueled by racial resentment brought out by trump's incendiary campaign.'s jobs and the economy. >> i think that they're finally being heard. a lot of people are out of work looking for full-time employment. >> reporter: the data and the numbers so a clear urban-rural divide and we're seeing that trend in other rust belt states that donald trump won including ohio and michigan.
former president george h.w. bush is now showing his support for president-elect donald trump after not endorsing him during the campaign. he sent out a tweet today saying barbara and i congratulate donald trump and wish him well as he guys america forward as our next president. his family is in our prayers. and we find out that his son did not vote for a presidential candidate. and prime minister beng netanyahu is also showing support four president-elect. he called him a great friend of israel. he says he looks froord forward to working with him to advance prosperity and peace. donald trump and mike pence watched the election returns together last night. nbc10 talked to him about his
next role. >> it was clear early on that donald trump had given voice to the frustrations and aspirations of the american people like no one since reagan. i think it gives us a great foundation to make america great again. >> coming up at 6:00, we'll look at new jersey governor chris christie's role, leading the trump-pence transition team. a muslim-american gold star father joined hillary clinton on the campaign trail and even took the stage at the d new yonc con here in philadelphia. >> reporter: how are you feeling today? >> we are disappointed. that's not what we were expecting, but this is the time to move forward and begin to
give hope to these that are distraught, that are dp disappointed, and that is the role that i wish to continue to play so we can continue to move forward. >> reporter: you had some very powerful messages for mr. trump during this campaign, what is your message to him now? >> well, this nation needs to move forward and move forward together not divided. and that is his responsibility now to bring us all together. without division. >> you and your family became a symbol in this campaign, you put yourself out there. do you believe you did the right thing? >> yes, yes, without hesitation. without hesitation. anything as a grateful citizen of this country, whenever you see that your values, the values of this country are being
challenged, it's an obligation of all citizens, all patriots, regardless of the party affiliation to stand up and be counted and remind each other that we have much better valus s moving forward together, equal dignity, equal protection of law. these are the basic fundamental values and we will continue to remind each other. >> and our coverage of president-elect trump continues all night long right after nbc10 news at 6:00. there is a one-hour edition of "nightly news" at 6:30, then join us for a half hour edition of "transition to trump" that's right here at 7:30 on nbc10 news. a dog attacks a police officer in southwest philadelphia. this is on saybrooke avenue. the officer ended up shooting
the dog, the police officer now at the hospital. we're told the injuries aren't too serious. the detective was in the area for a drug investigation. so again, an officer shooting a dog after the dog attacked that police officer according to police. we'll make sure we stay on top of this story for you and bring you the latest as soon as we get it. so this now, a power house couple made their political preference known. up next, why a star athlete says he can no longer talk politics following trump's victory. plus a birthday wish for the ages tonight. nbc10 introduces you to a special woman celebrating a milestone today.
process. the trust the process slogan has been used to talk about the sixers losing year after year after year to get better draft picks. speaking of better sports, this made headlines. nfl star tom brady ended up right in the middle of a political conversation. >> brady responded this afternoon. >> you did support donald trump, correct? >> yeah. yeah, talk to my wife, she said i can't talk about politics anymore. i think that's a good decision, made for our family. >> brady did not answer with whether or not he gave trump permission to talk about his presidential choice. still ahead at 5:00, new york city is always filled with tourists. today one attraction had the cell phones out for selfies. and i'm tracking these rain showers, finally pushing
around trump's home. >> both supporters and protesters are gathering outside. >> reporter: a growing crowd in the steady rain, snapping selfies, trying to get a look at the president-elect, behind a wall of sanitation trucks and police. some stood on fifth avenue outside donald trump tower celebrating. others protested. tomas russo says the election results won't quiet his resolve against trump. >> people have power, when they use their resolve and their choice to do so, they can change things. >> reporter: curious onlooker and passionate supporters crowded in front of donald trump towers where emotions are running raw. this argument ended with words, no physical confrontation, for trump supporters like joseph rosenberg, there's no place he would rather be on this day. >> people need a very, very good leadership for the america.
>> that was mark santia reporting. the faa has also issue flight restrictations in the air space around donald trump towers. this woman has been a client for the center for the blind and visually impaired since 2007 after she was diagnosed with macrodegeneration. we asked her what's her secret to living 108 years. >> says what's your secret. i don't have a secret. i don't drink and i don't smoke. but that's not a secret. that's just plain common sense. >> marion says she loves to
paint and while she's lost some of her vision, she can still see some of the colors. good for her. i'm meteorologist erika martin, i'm still tracking those showers for you on our satellite image. we are at a 5-inch rainfall deficit here in the philly metro area, so any showers we get we certainly can appreciate. we're seeing some darker greens out there, otherwise everything is pushing offshore, a low pressure system offshore and that frontal boundary as well. hour by hour forecast, starting at 5:30 p.m., if you look at the bottom of your screen, you will see your local neighborhood forecast, we start to push all those showers offshore by about 9:30, 10:00 p.m. all of that moisture heads
offshore by about 9:00 p.m. right now still seeing some rain showers on the lens here in philadelphia. current temperature 54 degrees, northwesterly winds at 12-mile-per-hour. and that's to be expected, northwesterly winds behind that cold front. lehigh can see nine-mile-per-hour wind speeds for you. otherwise locally seeing lots of 50s. parkside 52 degrees, 52 for andorra, so really the trend is 50s. port richmond 55, south jersey also seeing low to mid 50s. piney hollow 52 for you. coilfield 52 for you. and robbinsville seeing 53 degrees as well. as far as the wind is concerned, if you look at the bottom of your screen, again, you'll see your local neighborhood forecast, delaware seeing mainly mid 50s, limestone road 52 and
lincoln city 55 degrees, so your 10-day on 10, we have lots to over, because we do have those showers clearing, otherwise we're tracking another cold front here by friday. a windy friday into saturday behind a cold front sliding on through, temperature will be much chillier on saturday, temperatures could be close to the freezing mark on sunday. and monday starting to see some clouds redevelop and temperatures getting a little bit warmer. the coldest night so far, it looks like saturday into sunday, so be sure you bundle up. wednesday we're seeing the threat of more showers, we do need that rain, so something to look forward to. thursday and friday, we could see a mix of sun and clouds, and you can always follow us on social media on nbc philadelphia for more updates. lester holt joins us now from the nbc studios in new york. >> he has a look at what's
coming up on nbc "nightly news" on this day after the historic election where we watched your coverage late into the evening, lester. >> it was a late night, i think it went until 3:30 this morning. we're going to talk about the keys to victory, and why even the trump camp didn't see it coming. we're going to talk about what a trump administration would look like, we'll talk about key cabinet jobs, some names that have popped up and the connection to the supreme court. and then we'll look at rural america, the heart of trump's support, that's all on nbc nightly news coming up at 6:30. >> great coverage from you and the entire team at nbc. we'll look forward to your hour-long edition tonight at 6:30. back here at home, next at 5:00. >> white house watchers, what people are saying in the nation's capital tonight about donald trump moving in. tomorrow on nbc10 news today, one of the biggest political upsets in history. and a decision that will forever
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a new study links sugar sweetened beverages. they found those who regularly drink sugar sweetened eed beve have a 46% higher risk of developing prediabetes. hundreds of voters walked by the white house tonight talking about the election. >> mark talked to people after the historic event. >> reporter: now we know who will be sitting in that revi reviewing stand. outside the white house, reaction was mixed. >> i was on the for a while too. but i'm happy today. >> i got very concerned last night when i went to a few parties and i just couldn't believe the numbers and it just
became, it was kind of like a kick in the face. >> reporter: and while adults are mixed in their emotions, for most of the young people we talked to, last night was a learning experience. >> yeah, i was surprised because at first, it was like hillary and trump were like neck and neck. and then trump came out at the end ending up winning. >> reporter: so many in ways a very typical day outside the white house on anything but what is a typical day in america. at the white house, i'm mark seagraves for nbc10 news. coming up next at 6:00, new calls for unity, after an election day stunner. >> trump is going to be our president. >> up next, hillary clinton and president obama respond to the results, plus the president's invitation to his successor. nbc10 is live at the white house tonight. plus donald trump's transition and the role the new jersey governor will play.
>> this is painful and it will be for a long time. donald trump's transition and the role new jersey's governor will play. could this will to governor christie calling washington home? we're tracking sunshine and warmer weather tonight. nbc10 news at 6:00 starts now. hours after her stunning defeat, hillary clinton focuses on moving forward while president-eledonald trump focuses on transition of power. >> over the next few months we are going to show a smooth transition of power to the
world. >> and that transition starts tomorrow with a meeting between donald trump and president obama here at the white house. this is a live picture from washington, d.c. after 18 months and an unprecedented campaign. a new chapter in our nation's history is under way. as the country prepares for a trump white house, count on nbc10 to cover every angle of this story. >> nbcex we begin with george s live outside the white house where donald trump will take over january 20th. george? >> reporter: tonight the focus was on some sort of unity and healing this divided country moving forward towards a trump administration. >> we have seen that our nation is more deeply divided than we thought. but i still believe in america