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"early today" starts right now. >> good wednesday morning, everyone, i'm amen mohyeldin. >> i'm frances rivera. you haven't slept at all, leaving many on both sides in awe. hillary clinton has conceded the presidential race and donald trump set to become the 45th presidentth voters across the country confounded nearly every polling pundit headed into this historic election and made the billionaire our next commander in speech. the next leader has no military or public service experience to draw upon and trump made sure to revel in his anti-establishment, anti-washington persona during his victory speech earlier this morning.
trump! [ cheers ] >> sorry to keep you waiting, complicated business complicated. now it's time for america to bind the wound of division. we have to get together to all republicans and democrats and independents across this nation, i say, it is time for us to come together as one united people. >> as for hillary clinton, she just c n was able give president obama his two terms. while trump blah past expectations to make gains in florida and north carolina. this morning, most clinton supporters have shell shocked, crying and in a state of utter disbelief. >> we want to bring in our panel this morning, senior adviser and national spokesperson for moveon.org and also rick tyler, nbc news analyst and former
night, good morning, here as we talk about this. when you see this, we are talking about the 45th president elect donald trump. how'd we get here, given we have despised poll, pundits. every rule of a political playbook? let's start with you, corinne. >> first of all, i have to say, look, i don't have a better word for this, but i am shocked but also not surprised. i am shocked because clearly the polling the data, not just the internal polling in our models must have been terribly wrong. right? i think that's something we need a address and what happened there. i think other thing that really kind of struck us, sticks out to me is that i worked on the obama 28 campaign and the white house for obama. i realize is obama is once in a generation kind of in a lifetime politician. and he was able to create this
clearly, no longer exists. i think that's the thing that sticks out to me tonight. >> so when you look also the republicans are riding a wave of tremendous success votes in the house and senate. they will also win the white house, was this an anti-hillary vote on the presidential side? how do you explain the success across the legislative branch, did we under understood the achievement. it blows every convention as you said out of the window. pollsters have just got to be scratching their heads because his models of polling are off. there was a brexit-like vote that they have been saying that turned out. and many, many people, including myself, were wrong about this
connected in a way that people didn't see. the election, primarily, was about change. people want to change. the question was, hillary clinton represented the status quo. basically, she represented the status quo. donald trump represented change. the clinton people liked to see scary change. in the end, how much worse can they get? they want to proceed it out. he trump supporters. they have been outspoken. i wish we had more time. there is so much more to delve into. >> we talked to battleground states, in wayne, pennsylvania, and charlotte for us in north carolina. steve, let's start with you democrats initially crumbled at the end of the night.
this was a narrow margin, trump took the state. he did it in such a historic fashion. generally the presidential candidate that carries, either suburban philadelphia counties that surround the city centers generally within they win these counties, they win the state and hillary clinton had a great ground game here. she won those counties. she won the city centers around philadelphia. >> that speaks to this revolution that i think misidentified, particularly here in the state that went completely red. we are joined by emmy in a diner at 4:00 in the morning. you are a clinton supporter, how do you feel about president trump? >> i am scared. i am really scared. i am afraid we will become a 2nd, 3rd world nation and kicked out of the u.n.. i am afraid there will be more war and i don't think it's necessary. >> i think something we all did
we'll send it back to you. >> steve patterson in wayne, pennsylvania, thank you. i want to turn out to miami florida, all eyes were fixed overnight for trump's political future hinged on the outcome there, especially given the hispanic vote, talk about the move there within specifically the hispanic community. >> reporter: good morning, guys t. mood here very somber on a local watch party in miami with latino families. some others are voters. the question for these families now, will donald trump, the new president-elect, deliver on his immigration policies, a policy he launched his key candidacy on. this is valerie, you are 16-years-old, are you a sid, but your parents were deported to colombia, how are you feeling tonight, this morning with these results? >> well, i'm scared and i'm
because i don't know when i'm going to be seeing my parents again. >> reporter: thank you so much, vamry, for your story and that is the question for many latino families across the nation. 11 million undocumented people in this country and their family members, having these same discussion across our nation this morning. >> thanks. let's go to morgan in north carolina, good morning to you. democrats began hoping they could eek out a win in asking all of our correspondents, what happened in that state? >> reporter: eamon, we are in charlotte, north carolina, trump took this state 51% to 47% what's interesting is that the people we have spoken to here. the reaction is mixed. others say this is what we expected to happen.
the feelings were so pro lemic on both side of the aisle. i want to also bring attention to the race for governor here. >> that has been a hot local topic. right now, we are 49% and 49% locked in a dead heat with roy cooper and that's exactly what we are looking at now as people are talk. politics is on the mind in charlotte, north carolina. >> a win bracke we are talking about this. what i have been hearing, reading about consistently overnight is the fear that many of those people when it comes to immigration, foreign policy, to health care, how could donald trump now as the president-elect not only bridge the aisle across democrats and republicans and within the republican party. >> that's a great question.
points. it's really the unknown. >> how do you see this playing out for donald trump tomorrow morning, he wakes up president-elect. he starts to reach across the aisle as he says he wants to do. is that going to be much harder to do or can he actually be -- >> it will be very hard to do. that's what leaders need to morning. he started that process. so woom we'll see, the u.s. the unknown. markets love stability clinton will win. this is predictable. donald trump very unpredictable. i believe in the republic. i think the republic survives. so we'll see what he does on immigration. we'll see what he does on trade deals, on the economy.
more inclusive. he has said he's wanted to do that all rhetoric counteders. that we have to give him a chance and see how he'll govern. >> he has a lot of work to do. he ran as a changed candidate, against the establishment. now he has the senate and the house, how does he kind of reconcile all of that? >> so that's the unknown. >> that's the unknown also and what hillary clinton will say when she is a now hours. all of us will be watching. thank you for being with us early this morning. just ahead, stockmarkets around the globe have been on a roller coaster ride. we will held tell you what's ahead for your money. >> good morning, eamon, good morning, frances, the big story is the warmth that continues across the country. this will be another beautiful november day.
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msnbc business correspondent is here to make sense for us. what a tumultuous night. >> when we started to see donald trump was in the lead the market that was opened was japan. it tanked because investors' first ink instinct, if i don't know what it is, get rid of everything, go back to cash. that was the most extreme reaction. we saw it in japan and south korea. can you see some numbers t. >> and the reality sunk in. >> and people started to realize, sure, there might be policies that you don't like. it might not be happening tomorrow. what tends to happen is that's what slowed across the opening. we are five hours from opening. i am suspecting that gap will get narrower and narrower. despite the fact at 3:00 in the morning or 2:00 in the morning,
would open. >> the futures as well not nearly as dramatic. something interesting happened. >> that is what overnight trading gets tumultuous. the s&p futures stopped. it wouldn't let them go below 5%. the market opposite the bottom falls out. >> t. to realize i may not be able to sell my stock. >> it was a the first time since 9-11. >> people who were nervous about the market. it made up all their losses within one month. the market is very resilient. if you sell, you lock in a loss. maybe you understand what you are buying or selling. some will do better under a
>> welcome back. just like all of us here. the world is watching closely as the election results came in overnight, programs none closer than russia. a nation that was a hot button issue on the trail. >> lucie cavanaugh. what are you seeing and hearing in terms of moscow's reaction to what happened in the united states? >> reporter: well, good morning, ayman, shock and disbelief across the globe. a tep international leaders that they tried to adjust to a brave, new, your honor certain world. here in moscow, guys, donald trump is certainly feeling the love. this has been a difficult period since the cold war from syria, hacking allegations, ukraine, now things are going to change. that's the hope at least from the kremlin. president putin this morning, sending donald trump his
calls a crisis in bilateral relations to finally come to an end. on the streets of moscow, cautious optimism. this election was front and center in the state-controlled media. most russians sort of see clintons a being a potential threat to russia. someone who lectured the country. donald trump may be unpredictable, they say, at least he will, they see, or believe at least that he will let russia do what it wants to do. so a a lot of uncertainty around the world. >> nbc's lucie cavanaugh live in moscow. we'll be right back with lots more. stay with us. more. stay with us. from leaving me at a higher risk of stroke. that'd be devastating. i took warfarin for over 15 years until i learned more about once-daily xarelto... a latest generation blood thinner. then i made the switch. xarelto? significantly lowers the risk of stroke in people
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>> president-elect donald trump happy birthday working with a republican-led senate. they may take control of the senate. democrats did gain some ground, in illinois tammy duckworth defeated nbtd. and defeated d. ron johnson beat marc feingold. marco rubio pete patrick murphy as did kentucky republican rand paul and senator john mccain won his re-election bid over democrat anne kirk patrick. pat toomey defeated katy mcginty in an extremely tight race.
>> this morning the country reacts as washington turns red. the republicans keep the house, the senate and donald trump becoming the nation's 45th president. for political reporter for the hill, kate, good evening or good morning to you, i should say, what can we expect? >> you know, what's most fascinating for me is yes donald trump won the white house. but the fact that they won, the republicans won the senate and the house. >> that means big things are next. what's first for me i think pollsters will have to have you know a big revamp and physical out what did they do wrong? how could they be so wrong about polling to have hillary clinton
to add in more republicans at the last minute when they saw the fbi stuff that came out and they started adding more republicans. first they have to figure out that in the future. next, what's most interesting is figure out an agenda. speaker paul ryan doesn't have the agenda donald trump might go for. it's interesting what they can found, immigration the not a way that they the republicans may not see, it will be interesting to see, especially having all three in the chambers. >> i am curious what hillary clinton will say in a few hours, speaking of john modesta who came out, her hundreds of supporters, who said, basically, we're going home. then within an hour, we we heard she had made that call to donald trump conceding. what do you expect to hear from
>> reporter: that's exactly what i'm looking for her hour newsroom went wild. so it's fascinating. yes, she called in, for donald trump to make that announcement that he we heard from hillary clinton, a, it's pretty shocking. but you do have to expect this. >> so we're expected to see her tomorrow. it's interesting to see. donald trump has beeal what he is expected to say if he ended up losing the white house. so i'm going to see how positive will she be? what will be her message? how does she plan to go forward, keeping the democrats a part of the conversation. >> many americans are flashing out many of the newspaper covers the headlines for today. i appreciate it, thank you very much. >> an incredible night, certainly a historic night for
strike on this wednesday morning, we're waking up with the new president-elect of the united states of america, the donald j trump. >> it is time for us to come together as one united people. it is time. >> of those words came after donald trump received a call from hillary clinton to concede the race. obviously, not the outcome her camp hoped for as many people at her watch party for somber in some even in tears