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more on this as the eyeopener continues. eyeopener. [cheers and applause] >> breaking overnight, election stunner. donald trump pulling off a major upset. >> the president-elect of the united states of america, donald trump. >> the question, what happens now? from the impact on congress -- >> can you imagine yourself working with a president trump? >> to the fallout for wall street and massachusetts, team coverage right now on the eye. >> you're watching wcvb, boston's news leader. good morning. this is newscenter 5 eyeopener. >> i pledge to every citizen of our land that i will be president for all americans. >> breaking overnight, donald trump is the next the united states. good morning. i'm emily riemer.
battleground states needed to win the electoral college, despite what was a close popular vote. >> that's not the only breaking headline. republican chris sununu is new governor-elect of new hampshire. the senate race is less clear. currently, too close to call between senator kelly ayotte and governor maggie hassan. >> a hotly contested ballot question in the commonwealth is approved. massachusetts will legalize recreational marijuana. the eyeopener team bringing you all of the election results as some votes still being counted. first to cindy and the forecast. >> we've got a milder start this morning. temperatures about 10 degrees warmer than they were as you were heading out yesterday morning. we're running close to 50. boston into worcester. 30s showing up with increasing cloud cover towards you on the cape. elsewhere, a lot of clouds with showers to the west. these are associated with a cold front that's going to come through and bring a few showers through the day. so the morning commute should
western massachusetts, southern vermont, and southwest new hampshire. a lot of these showers will fall apart toward midday, but there could be a spot shower around, especially from the pike on southward around lunchtime. toward that evening commute, that's when the rain may briefly fill in. so good idea to have that umbrella with you today. temperatures will climb, though, from near 50 this morning into the upper 50s to near 60 this afternoon. just a little bit cooler out through the worcester hills. let's get you to the roads. good morning, olessa. >> good morning, cindy. live look outs that's the northbound side heading toward the bottom of the screen. so far nice and quiet start. all the overnight construction is just about gone. no problems in boston. road work in the final stages 93 northbound by route 24. construction already picked up on the expressway. on 128 nearby highland avenue. the pike, eastbound ride, 15 minutes 495 to 128.
>> the forgotten men and women of our country will be forgotten no longer. >> his comments and it is being called one of the biggest presidential upsets in history. this morning donald trump is the next president of the united states. a stunning victory came after he grabbed wins in states like florida, pennsylvania, ohio, and wisconsin. president-elect addressing the nation in the early-morning hours. >> we have coverage j.c. is at trump tower in new york city. j.c., quite a night. >> it has been. behind me in trump towers, this is where donald trump calls home, well into the sky scraper here on fifth avenue. you might be able to tell --
this is a safety precaution. post-9/11 in front of the buildings. on the other side we have about a dozen trump supporters, about a dozen or so hillary supporters. lots of words going back and forth between these two groups. lot of police presence because this has been a divisive campaign, bitter, historic and also an election that really few accurately. so let's take a look at the headlines. donald trump swept the battleground states. he also carried states not won by a republican since the 1980s. this election is having a ripple effect on financial markets as investors worry about the future. the new president-elect tried to strike a conciliatory tone, including toward hillary clinton. >> i congratulated her and her
hard-fought campaign. i mean, she fought very hard. [cheers and applause] >> hillary has worked very long and very hard over a long period of time. and we owe her a major debt of gratitude for her service to our country. >> one challenge for trump will be bringing the fractured support him. we heard from many senators across the country who said publicly they weren't going to vote for trump. how does he unify the republican senate and house of representatives? we know house speaker paul ryan did call to congratulate trump overnight. we're live in new york city. j.c. monahan, wcvb newscenter 5. >> this morning we have not
the eye's ben simmoneau has been covering the clinton camp. he's in new york as well. >> a bleary-eyed new york city this morning. we are inside the javits center last night. the crowd very confident in the early hours, but right around the 9:00 hour when it looked like some of these big states were going donald trump's way -- florida, north carolina, a very close race in virginia, which hillary clinton did manage to squeak out. the crowd basically deflated like air out of a balloon and then it was downhill from there si night. we have not heard from hillary clinton. she was watching the results just down 5th avenue from donald trump at the peninsula hotel in new york city. we do know she called donald trump in the early-morning hours to concede this race to him. her campaign chair, john podesta, went to the javits center to speak to supporters there. have a listen. >> i want every person across the country who supported hillary to know that your voices
us. we are so proud of you, and we are so proud of her! [cheers and applause] >> she's done an amazing job. and she is not done yet. >> the javits center chosen not just because it's a very large indoor venue here in manhattan of which there are few. prominent glass ceiling. hillary clinton talked about shattering the last glass ceiling, becoming the first female elected president. that did not happen last night. we have not heard from clinton. we understand she's going to address the media, the nation this morning at some point. her last tweet last night, quote, whatever happens, thank you for everything. j.c. and i are in new york city. we'll have coverage for you as things develop. ben simmoneau, wcvb newscenter
roller-coaster of emotions, especially at wellesley college where thousands turned out to watch those returns come in. wellesley is hillary clinton's al alma mater. >> we are waiting for reaction from governor baker. he has said he does not support donald trump. he did not vote for emotions running high there as election >> i can see why -- i'm so passionate for her. i'm kind of really angry. >> students and alumni came to the watch party thinking they would be marking the election of
expressed there. again, hoping to get some reaction this morning from governor baker to the election of donald trump. live at the state house, sera congi, wcvb newscenter 5. >> sera, thank you. the election outcome is having a major impact on the financial markets this morning. u.s. stock futures are down. right now the dow at one point plunged more than 600 -- about 600 points. it's now about 300 points down. markets around the world have been jolted. asian stocks lower this morning. investors uncertainties in trade and immigration and other geopolitical tensions. >> shifting to new hampshire. the u.s. senate race still too close to call. the eyeopener's antoinette antonio is live in concord where this closely-watched race, where it stands right now, antoinette. >> emily, all along this race has been a very tight one between kelly ayotte and governor maggie hassan. and that continues right through this morning with those votes still being counted.
results this morning. the candidates pretty much tied. kelly ayotte talked to newscenter 5's david bienick. he asked if she can work with president-elect trump. >> i'm bipartisan. i can work with anyone. we're going to put the country first and get things done. >> we all knew that this was going to be close. and while we're feeling good right now, this race is too close to call. >> both candidates optimistic and upbeat last night. both saying they hope they have good news for their supporters this morning. this race is still too close to call. live in concord, new hampshire, antoinette antonio, wcvb newscenter 5. >> now to the balance of power in congress.
>> erika is here with the changes on capitol hill. >> a victory in pennsylvania giving republicans control of the senate. here's a breakdown of how the senate will look next year with a gop majority. republicans have a 51-47 edge, two races including new hampshire remain outstanding. in louisiana, the seat will head to a runoff election next month. focusing on the house, republicans have control. republicans have won a total of 230 seats to the democrats 190. house speaker paul ryan winning his reelection campaign. >> massachusetts legalizing recreational marijuana use. >> the rules going into place after question four passed in the commonwealth. the cap on charter schools in the commonwealth. why teachers union say it was the best decision for public
erika? >> randy, breaking overnight, donald trump is the president-elect. he wins in pennsylvania and florida, helped push him over the top in the electoral college with nearly all precincts reporting, trump earned about half a million more popular votes than hillary clinton. >> cloud cover moving in this morning. tracking rain to the west. the timeline on when showers
>> breaking overnight, donald trump is the next president of the united states. the republican now the first person to win the post without having held public office or having served in the military. cindy, kind of a mild start. >> not as chilly. we've got rain on the way. we're still dealing with extreme drought. our deficit continues to grow in the boston area. we're behind nearly in the worcester area. we could use more rain than we're getting. maybe a tenth of an inch today and that's about it with the areas focused on southeastern massachusetts. towards midday, especially the afternoon and evening, the chance for a few showers ramps up a little bit. you can see that here in your 12-hour forecast. near 50 this morning with a lot of clouds. it's mostly cloudy throughout the day. as we get toward about 5:00 this afternoon in the boston area, that's where we have a better
running mostly in the upper 40s boston and worcester. on the cape, low-to-mid 30s for you. low 40s on the north shore in beverlily and towards fitchburg. here's the area of showers to the west. there's an area of low pressure developing along this front. it's going to take a lot of that moisture and focus it to the temperatures much cooler. once that front crosses the area, temperatures won't be as mild tomorrow. but we'll do ok. we'll come close to 60 in boston. mid-to-upper 50s from the worcester hills through merry -- meri mack valley. towards lunchtime, good idea to have an umbrella.
a better chance of showers from boston southward filling in toward the evening commute. toward about 8:00 tonight, showers consolidate along the cape. we're mostly in the 30s, a few upper 20s in our coldest suburbs. high pressure for thursday. so it's back to sunshine tomorrow, but we'll watch this front to the north. it's going to bring in colder weather for the weekend. it's giving us a friday. so during the morning hours, the winds will come from the west-southwest and shift to the north-northwest during the afternoon, gusting close to 40 miles per hour. any outdoor plans on veterans' day will be impacted by the winds. cold weather for the weekend, but we should moderate on sunday. >> expressway by the gas tank northbound side heading to the top of the screen.
15-to-20 minute braintree into boston right now. the rest of your ride nice and quiet. the overnight construction is gone. no issues on 24, route 3, 95 looks good. also picked up overnight road work by great plain avenue. trains and buses starting the morning on schedule. >> massachusetts voters coming recreational use of marijuana in the bay state. >> here are the results or question 4. voters approved by 54%. the eye's doug meehan is in boston right now with what this means. doug? >> good morning. approving question four means that massachusetts will be the first east coast state to allow the recreational use of marijuana. here's what it means.
possess, use, and transfer marijuana, including edibles. there's a one-ounce limit on possession. adults are allowed to possess up to 10 ounces of pot secured locked up if their home and -- in their home and you can grow up to six pot plants. overnight supporters celebrating the win >> we are on a new path to a superior system. voters in massachusetts should be very proud. >> governor baker releasing a statement last night saying his administration will, quote, work closely with lawmakers, educators and public safety and public health professionals to ensure that transition protects the interests of our communities and families. the last day of prohibition on adult use of marijuana is december 14. >> doug, thank you.
recreational marijuana. california and nevada voters also passed recreational use. arizona and maine results are still being counted at this hour. it's very close in maine. colorado, washington, oregon and alaska have legalized adult use of pot. bay state voters rejecting the expansion of charter schools by a wide margin. more than 62% of voters opposed question tw teachers unions and civil rights groups who worked to defeat charter schools say they take up too much money, taking too much money away from traditional public schools. the state attorney general maura healey is applauding the outcome. >> i support charter school as places of innovation. i think they are a supplement to district schools. we have to do everything we can
the country. >> governor charlie baker, a prominent supporter of charter school expansion, said that, while question two was not successful, he's proud of the historic investment his administration has made, he says, in public schools and new proposals to make college more affordable. >> voters say yes to question 3. this deals with confining farm animals. a yes bans a practice that prevents from lying down or turning freely. bay state voters defeat question one, expansion of slot machines. more than 60% voted against the question. it's worded in a very specific w way. this morning we're getting a closer look at voter turnout in massachusetts. >> the milestone voters may have hit. >> breaking news at 5:30. a deadly night in boston.
protests in california after the election of donald trump. about 200 demonstrators ran onto a highway between oakland and berkeley. a 20-year-old protester was struck by an s.u.v., seriously. others chanted, not my president. that was in berkeley. >> we're from st. joseph's elementary school. we >> and good morning to you. you did learn about weather. this class -- i visited this class at st. joseph's elementary school. always a pleasure. what a smart group of kids. we had a fantastic time learning about weather. i did. hopefully they did as well. weather today, going to feature some showers in the afternoon. you can see them approaching from the west.
morning. 30s and 40s, no 20s on the map. notice we're going to climb into the 50s in the back to sunshine tomorrow. it's a cooler day in the lower 50s with gusty winds coming for veterans' day on friday. >> cindy, thank you. we're waiting to hear if voter turnout set a record in because the polling locations were so busy, many could not count the early votes. in boston, many were brought to city hall to be counted there. an unusual reaction to the running mates of the presidential election. the search crashing an immigration website. >> first, here's vice
>> it is time for us to come together as one united people. >> the promises he made just this morning. >> and the reaction from the clinton camp on this stunning loss. >> we have team coverage of all the angles on this historic election on the eye. >> here's a closer look at those overnight results. an extremely close margin in the popular vote, donald trump ahead with fewer than a million votes. good morning. i'm emily trump did stun some pollsters by winning key battleground states and making him the president-elect this morning. >> we're tracking the election results. first want to check in with cindy and a look at the forecast. >> it is a milder start. no 20s on the map, not the heavy frost we had yesterday morning. 49 in worcester. same in boston. elsewhere we've got 30s in the suburbs. to the west, this will send a
that weather is coming across new york state, closer to the berkshires. it will be some time before it makes its way into boston. the morning commute is dry. towards lunchtime, a lot of the showers fall apart, but a couple of showers possible around midday. so good idea to have the umbrella with you. better chance to see a few showers for the evening commute. i'm not expecting any rainfall. any shower activity would be on the lighter side. this will move out today with lower 60s on cape cod. cooler air coming in for later this week. right now want to check the roads. >> a check of the expressway by the gas tank, northbound side heading to the top of the screen. so far, no problems here. let's check the rest of your ride as you head south. we are watching one crash on 128 northbound by route 1. one lane is closed. once past that accident, you're in good shape.
the pike 15 minutes 495 to 128. heading north 93 southbound a little bit of volume out of methuen into andover. red line expecting minor delays today because of overnight track work. that's a look at your traffic. >> while the campaign is over, our work on this movement is now really just beginning. >> donald trump just before 3:00 this morning as he became the president-elect of the united states. it was a razor-thin race in the popular vote. >> in the end it was a near sweep of the battleground states that put trump over the top. coverage begins with j.c. monahan live in new york city at trump tower. good morning, j. c. >> good morning. trump tower behind me is the home to the trump family. they returned to the penthouse
again, donald trump as president-elect after a campaign season that really -- could you imagine it being more divisive, the rhetoric nastier? but overnight donald trump presenting a softer tone to be the president for everyone this morning. >> we have a great economic plan. we will 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. >> some asked asked how did the pollsters get this so wrong. analysts say white voters came out in bigger numbers than
polling booth on election day. ahead in "news to go," the trump administration, what can it look like? randy and emily, we'll talk about that. >> all right, thank you so much. we expect to hear from hillary clinton this morning. >> our ben simmoneau also in new york where the candidate herself stayed behind closed doors overnight. ben? >> that's right, emily and randy, we didn't see hil she sent her campaign chairman, john podesta, to the javits center where she was having a victory party before this turned into a defeat to send everybody home. have a look. >> we are so proud of you! and we are so proud of her! [cheers and applause]
and she's not done yet. >> that was just before the race was called and just before hillary clinton called donald trump to offer her concession and congratulate him. as soon as we hear from the clinton campaign, we'll let you know when and where she's addressing. >> we're tracking big races. >> erika is following the overnight developments. >> first new hampshire's u.s. senate neck. incumbent republican kelly ayotte thanking supporters last night. democrat maggie hassan talking to supporters, reiterating this race is still too close to call. with new hampshire and louisiana still outstanding, republicans still hold the majority in the u.s. senate. 51 seats to 47 for the democrats. the gop holds its control of the house. in massachusetts, voters have said yes to ballot question four
anyone 21 over is allowed to use marijuana. the last day of prohibition of adult use of marijuana is on december 14. >> details from the a deadly shooting. a search off the coast of gloucester. how an afternoon of fishing went wrong. >> we'll call upon the best leverage their talent. >> overnight, hillary clinton
>> america will no longer settle for anything less than the best. [cheers and applause]. >> breaking overnight, donald trump speaking to supporters in new york after winning the presidential election, taking on a more moderate tone, calling on the country one. trump address opponents, asking them to join him to make america great. we'll take you back to new york ahead in "news to go" this morning. olessa, how are the roads is this >> so far quiet. a check by allston/brighton eastbound to the top of the screen. a little bit of volume. we're watching one crash on 128 north by route 1. other than that, a fairly quiet start. a little bit chilly, cindy. >> not as cold as yesterday morning. we had the frost around.
showers to the west. these will come through as we go through the day. showers look light and mostly target the afternoon hours. so it's dry this morning, near 60 this afternoon. cooler tomorrow but back to bright sunshine and then gusty winds on veterans' day. it is an impact-weather day due to those winds. >> canada's immigration website has been crashing repeatedly since the election returns started coming in. >> business insider says the site online searches about moving to canada spiked in recent months. the terms have been popular in oregon, washington, vermont, and california. the 2016 race for the white house may have just ended, but democratic pundits already looking ahead to 2020. vermont senator bernie sanders will be 80 years old. he's unlikely to make a presidential run. massachusetts democrat senator elizabeth warren is already well-known across the country for her twitter wars with donald
president-elect of the united states. the popular vote still a very thin margin, but the electoral college put the gop nominee over the top. >> this is a huge story and we have big eyeopener team coverage with crews covering all of the angles. first want to get to cindy, who has the forecast. it's a pretty mild start compared to the last few days. >> you'll want the umbrella because we'll see a few showers, especially during come through. rainfall amounts will be meager. tenth of an inch or less for most areas. that will be mainly across southeastern massachusetts. you can see the rain cutting through parts of eastern pennsylvania, eastern new york state, and working in our direction with a cold front. wave of low pressure developing along this front is going to target areas to our south and focus a lot of that wet weather over southeastern massachusetts today. but look at the difference in temperature. emily mentioned it's milder this morning.
on other side of the front, notice the upper 20s toward the great lakes. that's cooler air that will spill in behind the front tonight. we've got the readings in upper 40s in worcester. mid 30s on the cape. lower 40s on the north shore. so not as chilly, but the clouds are here. mid and upper 50s by lunch and actually top out today close to 60 degrees in most areas. but those showers will be moving in. the morning hourser lunchtime, couple of showers. better chance towards the evening commute. nothing heavy expected. a lot of this will exit the cape after 8:00 tonight. the skies clear and that brings the sunshine tomorrow. chilly start tomorrow morning. starting out in lower 30s. gusty winds expected on veterans' day. let's get to the roads.
across the span of the zakim bridge. the lever connector. a crash on north 128 by route 1. they are clearing it now. aside from that, normal delays. 10 to 15 on the expressway braintree to boston. 93 south, a little bit of volume out of methuen and then you're fine until you get to the lever connector. election stunner as donald trump wins the white house. >> the eyeopener brings you the story from new york city this morning. we want to begin with j.c. monahan, who is following the president-elect this morning. >> good morning. many americans waking up this morning to the stunning news, an historic upset that caught even the most experienced political watchers offguard. overnight, the president-elect
supporters. >> 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 that that was something that you were very proud to do. >> president-elect trump also likely thinking supporters rudy giuliani and newt gingrich expected to play a role. chris christie has been involved in his campaign. he will head up the transition team. it will be interesting to find out where he lands in all of this. the rnc chairman as well also front and center. we'll be following, of course, this closely in the days ahead and i'll be live all morning for you in new york city.
>> hillary clinton not far from trump tower, waking up to a stunner. the race that she was confident in winning now gone. she did send her campaign chairman, john podesta, to the javits center last night to tell the crowd of supporters gathered there to go home. he did say -- he tried to that hillary clinton called donald trump to concede the race. florida, pennsylvania, wisconsin, ohio, north carolina all going red for the republican. the gop, donald trump, just sweeping up those battleground states, especially across pennsylvania and into the midwest. we expect to hear from hillary clinton this morning.
i'm ben simmoneau, wcvb newscenter 5. >> no comment yet from governor baker, who said he does not support donald trump and did not vote for him. meanwhile, emotions running high at hillary clinton's alma mater in wellesley. >> i don't think that any one of us in this room is going to lose any inkling of the kind that we feel not just because of our famous alumni, but because >> thousands of students and alumni gathered for a watch party at wellesley college last night, hoping to mark the first woman elected president, with the tone turning somber. we're waiting for comments from governor baker on exactly what a trump presidency could mean for massachusetts. sera congi, wcvb newscenter 5. >> it is a virtual tie in the race for senate here in new hampshire. let's take a look at the latest
this race between governor maggie hassan and incumbent senator kelly ayotte. >> as you know, seeing on your screen, we're very upbeat about where this race is. >> while we're feeling good right now, this race is still too close to call. >> both camps seemed optimistic and pretty upbeat. they both want to report good news to their supporters this morning. but this race is still toolo being counted this morning. live in concord, new hampshire, antoinette antonio, wcvb newscenter 5. >> despite that race, republican wave in congress. a victory giving the gop control of the senate. republicans have 51 seats to the democrats 47. new hampshire is still too close to call. louisiana will go to a runoff next month.
republicans have 230, the democrats have 190. house speaker paul ryan did win his reelection campaign. back to you. >> erika, the boston common behind me, the site of many pro-trump rallies. this morning the supporters have reason to celebrate. soon anyone 21 and over will be allowed to use pot legally. there is a one-ounce limit. adults can have up t of pot in their home and you'll be able to grow up to six pot plants in your home. >> once again we're in the forefront of a great movement in america. [cheers and applause] >> governor baker saying he will work to ensure this transition protects the interests of our
doug meehan, newscenter 5. >> massachusetts voters defeat question one, the expansion of slot machines. more than 60% voted against the question which called for a second parlor. voters ejected the expansion of charter schools. more than 62% voters opposed question two while nearly 38% supported the question. question 3, a yes bans any prac calves, and hens from lying down, standing up or turning around freely. also, republican chris sununu is elected governor of new hampshire. he beat democratic rival colin van ostern. sununu told supporters that the country is going to need to heal after this election cycle. van ostern has not addressed his supporters. sununu replaces outgoing governor maggie hassan. we're following breaking news from mattapan.
shooting on savannah avenue. police responded to the scene about 10:45, found the man suffering with a gunshot wound to his upper body. he was pronounced dead. police have no leads on a suspect. they are asking anyone with information to call them. >> a salem, massachusetts, police officer is due in court after he was arrested for a rape charge. brian butler was arrested yesterday in connection with an details are not known. the chief says she taking time to deal with the personal matter, but is fully committed to her fellow officers. up the coast, a search is under way in gloucester after two people were swept out to sea while fishing. coast guard says the two people were fishing and went along the waterfront when they were hit by a wave at around 3:00 yesterday afternoon. one person was able to swim back, but lost sight of the other person.
local and state authorities now as they search that area along the north shore. >> the bruins take on rival canadiens, but can't pull out the win. they tied it up in the second period with this shot from colin miller. hits the back board, then gets knocked in by montreal's goalie. they tie it up, but the canadiens score. aawarded the sox gold glove. the highest percentage this season. also, a.l., v.p. finalist. >> probably tired. but you want an umbrella. there are some showers. they are broken, falling apart. getting more consolidated to the south.
later today. and that's where we have the best chance of seeing a lib more than -- a little bit more than a tenth of an inch of rainfall. this clouds acting like a blanket. we had frost and 20s yesterday morning. most of you are in the 40s worcester into boston. by lunchtime, upper 50s, a lot of clouds. better chance of showers by 5:00 p.m. in the mid 50s. we should top out either side of 60 degrees. you see the showers try to approach from the west through 8:00 a.m. but most areas are dry. then they fall apart around lunchtime. a couple of spot showers around. the rain gets more widespread for the evening commute and it shifts offshore here as we get deeper into the evening. clearing skies overnight. it's going to be chilly tonight. we're got 30s, a few upper 20s in our coldest suburb.
watching the front drop from the north on friday with gusty winds. it's an impact weather day due to strong winds. gusts 30 to close to 40 miles per hour in the afternoon. behind it, much cooler air settling in for your weekend. windchill likely in the 30s all day saturday. should moderate the temperatures on sunday. let's get you to the roads right now. how are we doing, olessa? >> not too bad. delays across the span of the zakim bridge. the lever connector. southbound side heading into as you head south, still watching the crash on 128 northbound by route 1. tow truck is there. two cars involved in that accident. 95 looks ok. 24 stop and go delays out of avon. your trip on the expressway at this point almost 20 braintree into boston. pike eastbound right now 15-minute ride 459 to 128. 93 southbound stop and go out of methuen into andover.
red line expecting some delays later on. >> thank you. four minutes to 4:00. following breaking news on the eye this morning. >> the key votes giving donald trump an upset victory. new at 6:00, watching the markets. the global financial impact of the election results. 5:57 this morning. and pretty nice start to the day in worcester. sun kind of starting to come up. another hour of the eyeopener still ahead.
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randy: breaking overnight, election stunner, donald trump pulling off a major upset. >> the president-elect of the united states of america, donald trump. emily: the question, what happens now? from the impact on congress. >> can you imagine yourself trump? emily: to the fallout for wall street and massachusetts, team coverage right now on the eye. >> i graduated her and her family on a hard fought campaign