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>> an election stunner. donald trump becoming the nations new president-elect. hillary clinton preparing to address her supporters. she expected to speak in just a couple of hours. here at home some hotly debated questions voted on including a yes vote to legalize recreational we're following breaking news this morning. donald trump is the president-elect. he set to take office as our nation's 45th president in january. beating out former secretary of state hillary clinton. we have not yet heard from secretary hillary clinton. she's set to speak in just about an hour and a half. expect expected to address her supporter at 10:30 this morning. when that happened we'll of course bring that to you live. good morning to you. it's 9:00 on this wednesday
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>> i'm sarah french. christa delcamp live in new york city outside trump towers with more. good morning to both of you. kris and sarah. we're waiting for secretary clinton's statement around 10:30. another thing to watch the opening bell on wall street. and to see how wall street reacts to this news of trump presidency. that gets under way at 9:30. here behind me as you mentioned is trump tower and i've counted ten dump trucks at thera measure begin the fact this is where our president-elect works and resides along with his family. it's an early morning about 3:00 a.m. when he took to stage and thanked his supporter alongside the family. the men and women who have been lost in the country and thanked people who have supported him. he called this movement that we saw here in this country. in the look where the numbers
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is concerned. 376 votes for trump. 218 for clinton. that gives him the 270 needed for him to take the oval office. we also should let you know that he has been on twitter already this morning and here's a look at his statement. said, quote, such a beautiful an importantening. the forgotten man and women will never be forgotten again. we will all come together as never be >> we have live team coverage of this historic race. we have reporter fanned out across new england. we have some here in new york city. i'm joined right here by dan haully and dan trump talked about this as a movement. >> and that's the question. what happened here? he calls it a movement. was it a movement so many people didn't see. didn't expect. and the different i believe is the trump broke the rules and the people said we can't win if he breaks all the rules.
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was waiting for the rules to be broken. >> donald trump walked out past 2:30 in the morning with wife milania and the rest of his family america's new and most unexpected first family. >> it's my honor. it's an amazing. evening. and amazing two-year period. and i love this country. the country thattrum p promised to make great again. he in victory. >> we are going to fix our inner cities. and rebuild our highways, bridges tunnels airports schools, hospitals. we're going to rebuild our infrastructure. which will become by the way second to none. and we will put millions of people to our work as rebuild it. no dream is too big.
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nothing we want for our future is beyond our reach. minutes later as trump shook hands with supporter i asked the president-elect about his most improbable journey from reality tv star to highest office in the land. >> what did people miss about this election? >> i don't know. we want to take care of people. we will take care of people really well. thank you. >> trump children beaming and happy to explain what others missed. >> how did you father do speaking to the people. he's incredible. the man is absolutely incredible. >> what did people miss when they counted him out. he's a winner. he understood the country and needs of this country. you know this isn't a political campaign. this really a movement. hillary clinton left her crowd without a concession speech. but trump described her concession in phone call to him.
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she was gracious and nice. i appreciate it on stage trump praised clinton for race she ran. but the bitter campaign behind them. >> to all republicans and democrats and independents across this nation i say it is time for us to come together as one united people. >> now it's time for america to bind the >> and trump says now the hard work begins if you can believe harder work than winning the election. the work to fulfill the dreams of those who voted for him and ease the fears of those who didn't. i asked rudy giuliani what about those people who fear a donald trump presidency. they will see how he approaches the job anden they will begin convinced that he's out for the good of everyone. we'll see if he can succeed in doing that.
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republican national convention his daughter made a speech saying the real change needs to come from the outside. and clearly that resignated with a lot of voter. given the fact that here's a man who absolutely no political experience. he never run for public office before. >> she was fascinated by the idea of a person who as famous as her father is and yet people don't know him. they will get to know him now. >> thank you so much. obviously a much different tone. a much different scene across town at the the clinton campaign hopes for a win that ultimately never came. let's go live to byron barnett with the latest for that. byron? >> when the result came in officials in the clinton campaign said they were confident of a victory. but it didn't take long before all of that confidence just turned into despair and dismay.
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hoping for a victory. >> as you can see i brought 5 and 7-year-old tonight. i thought they would see the first women president in the history of the united states. i'm at a loss. i'm devastated. top clinton campaign staffer didn't hold back feeling of confidence that clinton would prevail. as the voting tallies came in the victory party turned into a nightmare. the candidate who openly unas a resulted muslims other came out on top and won the presidency. >> even in new york city that might start to happen where people are attacked. i'm afraid for my safety and afraid for the safety. >> hardworking muslim can't be criminalized and said we need to be screened before entering the country. we work hard to be here. we're proud of our values. we're proud to be american. this is not some treatment we should be subjected to.
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still uncertain campaign chair john podesto told everyone to go home and try to offer some hope. by then it was too late. >> whoever didn't show up or played around with their vote, i can't mablg -- imagine how you are feeling. clinton supporters will be able to in the later this morning when she is scheduled to speak to them. that's the latest live in new york city. i'm byron barnett. 7news "today in new england." that's right. and byron, we are waiting to hear what she has to say. the reaction to trump's win is mixed. it's emotional and in new hampshire the race so close that they haven't even called that state as of yet. let's get the latest from john cocoa.
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state now. >> reporter: trump supporters in new hampshire keeping the energy going into the early morning hours. >> the enthusiasm is great here. we feel that we will take it. we feel confident that new hampshire will go for trump. it's been a lot of work. it's been a long night. their patience paid off and their dream a reality around 2:30 wednesday morning. when the trump campaign claimed victory. even before the final nones were tallied they saw a victory as product of hard work. against the political status quo. >> it's a sign that the people who are part of this campaign. who came out and droves say they'd were tired of the same old, same old. >> it means america first. we're going to start curbing back globalization. we're taking care of america. trump's strong performance leaving supporter feeling the same sense of establishment. we know what is going on right now. everybody on tv is selling
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>> i've always believed in donald. i've tried to do as much as i can to get him where he is now. a big night turned into a big morning for donald trump and his supporters. in nashua, new hampshire, # 7news "today in new england." thank you so much. about four miles away from me is wall street and the opening bell ringing in just about 20 minutes. overnight the dow presidency. but let's see if they are able to bounce back. alex deprado has been watching the markets here. the stock markets have begun trimming some of the early losses. but initially they were not handling trump's win well. futures for the dow lost 675 points or 3.7%. the nasdaq lost 210 points.
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japan's major index took its biggest drop in years in some european stocks have also tumbled. live in the control room, i'm alex deprado, 7news "today in new england." alex. thank you. as we just showed you a few minutes prior donald trump's son eric and donald junior talked with 7's dan hausle. they've been fixtured in this campaign along with we've seen more from tiffany his other daughter as well. let's get the latest on his family right now. what role they played in this campaign. and just more on them personally. let's go to nancy chen. absolutely right. we've seen mrent yoi -- plenty of donald trump's kids.
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campaign. trump considered to partway with his manager by close alley. his three adult children along with his husband. it was opposition from trumps children that forced him out. since then they've been on the trail hoping humanize him to voter across the country. as the republican national convention that introduced the world totr to father. he draws out the drive in people. that's a great quality to have in, in the father. >> his unrelenting determination why he will become our next president. and why i know that when my father says he can fix the country, he means. >> all three campaigns with him and for him. ivanka visited new hampshire last week talking to supporters about what her father is capable of in the white house. >> and there's so many common
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place and i'm confident in my father to be a great president for this country. and that's why i support him. >> after each speech and appearance some began to wonder if there's a future for the trump family moving forward. and their effort on the campaign trail clearly seemed to work as they call their dad mr. president. in the newsroom. nancy chin. 7news "today in new england." all right. nancy. thank you. that's the latest from midtown the center of the political universe on this day here in november. we will send it back to you guys in boston right now. formo formore more news. voter approving a measure that will legalize recreational use of marijuana. it passed with 54%. massachusetts the first state in the eastern u.s. to do so. nicole oliverio live in boston
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>> sarah really there was a bipartisan effort to stop this ballot question from passing. but it did as you mention with just more than 50% of the vote and this new law would go into effect on december 15th. >> massachusetts voter say yes to question four making recreational marijuana use legal. >> sentry long mistake has been a i albolished the. with 53% of the vote. supporter say by taxing the drug it will drive down the black market and create a safe legal product. >> now we will actually control marijuana in massachusetts in a way that creates revenues for good programs in a way that drives criminals out of the market. and in a way that adults won't have to worry about being arrested. >> the measure proposed that user could have up to 10 ounces of the drug inside their home
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city and state leader teamed up urging voter to say no. opponents argued it would be dangerous for children if they got their hands on marijuana edibles that look like candy and believe drunk driving accidents will increase. during their victory speech supporter reached out to people like governor charlie baker. >> we look forward to working with you to developing a marijuana policy in this commonwealth. that achieves the goals that we all >> governor baker released a statement last night saying that his administration will work to make sure that the transition will protect both families as well as the community. that's the latest live from the statehouse. nicole oliverio. 7news "today in new england." and massachusetts voter also decided on three other key issue questioning one was defeated. 61% voter said no when it comes
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charter school. 38% voting yes. >> and question 3 has been approved. by a large margin 78% of the voter voted for better conditions for farm animals. businesses and the state will not be allowed to sell farm products from animals that are not raised in spaces that meet the minimum size requirement. >> bill belichick talking about his relationship with donald trump and the letter he wrote to the now president-elect with the patriots coach said just moments ago. that's coming up. >> and of the races closer to home. one in particular that's still too close to call. the deadlock results from new hampshire's senate race. >> a little bit of sunshine in the city of boston. that will fade on out. cloud thickening from the west. couple of showers do arrive. the forecast, coming up. still watching a couple of incidents on the roads this morning. we have a truck that tried to get under the bridge on soldiers field road. it was too tall.
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>> we're back here on wed daughter morning with voice your choice coverage. trum p winning the presidential election. hillary clinton conceding in a phone call this hard fought presidential contest to republican rival and the shocking win sending shock waves throughout this world. trump's campaign manager spoke about the victory earlier this morning. >> we gist wanted people to tell us who they were. what moat voted them. we knew that we would be able to flip one or two of the blue states. donald trump not a conventional republican messenger. the most important thing he said last night in his victory speech was that he wants to be president of all americans.
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new york live outside trump tower. for now back to you in studio in boston. >> thanks, christa. we'll check with you later in the show. >> we like for the voting for the weather we've had for the past couple of day. for november in boston? >> it will not stick around no matter how much we vote. 55 in boston. 59 in the city yesterday. close to 70 in inland towns. mid-60s on the board. still upper 40s right now suburbs. we track rain. this is the difference through the day. couple of the lighter rain showers and sprinkles start to work on in. they are scattered about. we will not saying this will be wash out. many towns less than a tenth of an inch of rain. damp weather into the afternoon. earliening hours lingering down across south eastern massachusetts and then we dry it
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keep it dry for the reminder of the forecast. fine in boston. lower 60s south of the any. we tend to favor 50s forth and west of boston. especially across the worcester hills and higher terrain of new hampshire down into the mid 50s there. a little bit of rain working through today. thursday, friday and saturday mainly dry. the front comes through friday starved of moisture. i don't have a lot of moisture to talk about in terms of rainfall. however that front will be a wind producer. gusty windsev continue through the afternoon. still a little bit of the breezy side on saturday. especially the first half of the day and that will be a cool breeze but the cold air doesn't last that long you can add about ten more degrees on sunday. next up on 7 news "today in new england." some americans don't accept the result of this election. where protest popped under
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>> good morning. welcome back to voice you're choice coverage. the big headline today trump winning the presidential election anti trump supporter across the country are demonstrating their anger about these results. some wepped openly. others took to the street in oakland, california protestor lit fire in the street.
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francisco as well. here in midtown manhattan peaceful signs. looks like people are just going to work. pretty much business as usual on this wednesday morning. much more from outside trump headquarters in manhattan. back to you in boston. thanks. we appreciate it. >> we've been talking about the weather pleasant over the past few days. kris will have a look at that coming up later in the newscast this morning. voter deciding the fate of the u.s. house and senate election. looking at washington, d.c. we know the republican are going to keep control of the senate. but just to the north of us one race is still just too close to call. >> it's an nail biter. right now governor maggie hassen leaves kelly ayote by over 1,000 votes. victoria warren is live with more on what's a very tight race still vicki. >> extremely tight race.
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kelly ayote had a slim lead. within the last hour that's switched and maggie hassen has a slim lead. a there's precincts that need to report their as a results. this race is still very much neck and neck. >> election night stretching into the morning in the granite state. the new hampshire senate race between incumbent ayote and hassen too close to call forcing both candidates to call it night around 12:30 in ayote spoke to supporter. we're humbled by the fact that you would believe in us and making sure that we continue to have that strong independent vote. i want to thank each and every one of them for their tireless efforts to keep new hampshire and the united states of america moving forward. >> hassen and ayote told supporter to go home and get rest.
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victory. both remain confidence. >> i hope that everyone can get some rest tonight. and that we'll have some more good news to report in the morning. thank you all so much. >> we're upbeat and confidence. but we want to make sure we do this the new hampshire way. where we have every vote in because every vote matters. >> they are really proving that every vote is mattering. maggie so minor of lead it's too close to call. they've got 97% of the result in at this point. and both have 48% of the vote. live this morning in manchester. victoria warren. 7news "today in new england." there's still more news ahead. police chief's husband facing charges.
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>> breaking news. it's a big win for trump the businessman turned presidential candidate is on his way to the white house. >> and what will a president trump cabinet look like? we'll take a look at some of trump's closest advisors who could be on their way to the white house as well. >> the clinton campaign supporter left shocked as the results came in and victory slipped away. we continue to follow breaking news. hillary clinton deposit speak last night after donald trump was elected the 45th president of the united states. the democratic nominee will address the nation in about an hour we're told. when that happened, of course, we'll bring it to you live. but first a stunning upset.
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to 270 electoral votes. thanks for staying with us everybody. i'm sarah friend p. i'm christa delcamp. we want to get to christa delcamp live in new york city this morning with more on the election and the wrap up here. christa. >> absolutely right outside trump headquarters at 57th and fifth where you see a line of dump trucks protecting the entrance where the what a stunning upset that was. let's bring in dan hausle there for his speech last night. and we been following this campai campaign. everybody is wondering how did he do this. the bottom line is trump sensed the mood of the country.
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but he sensed that slight majority's mood better than hillary clinton did. trump walked out past 2:30 in the morning with his wife milania and barron and the rest of h it family america's new and most unexpected first family. it's been an amazing two-year period. and i love this country. >> country that trump promised on the campaign trail to make great again. and he again in victory. we are going to fix our inner cities and rebuild our highways, bridges tunnels airports schools, hospitals. we're going to rebuild our infrastructure, which will be become by the way second to none. we will put million of our people to work as we rebuild it.
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nothing we want for our future is beyond our reach. >> minutes later as trump shook hands with supporter i asked the president-elect about his most improbable journey from reality tv star to the highest office in land. >> why did so many people miss about the election that you had? >> we just -- we want to cake care of people. we will take care of people really well. thank you. trump children beaming and happy to explain what others missed. >> how did you father do >> speaking to the people. speaking to the people. he's incredible. the man is absolutely incredible. i'm so proud of him. >> what did so many people miss when they counted him out. >> he's amazing. he's a winner. he understood the need of the country. this isn't a political campaign. this is really a movement. peel want their country back. >> hillary clinton left her crowd without a concession speech. but trump described her concession in a phone call to
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she was gracious and nice. i appreciate it. >> on stage trump praised clinton for the race she ran and called for everyone to put one of the most bitter campaigns ever behind them. >> to all republicans and democrats and independents across this nation i say it is time for us to come together as one united people >> now it's time for america to bind the >> have to get together. >> donald trump also said he's showed a willing, to get together with leader of other countries saying he will participate with those who want to participate with him. so he reached out with an olive branch to those who didn't for vote for him to democrats and republicans that didn't vote for
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received. >> definitely con se seal -- concilatoy tone. we expected to hear from north carolina o hillary clinton at 9:30. now it's 10:30. let's check with byron barnett with more on the hillary campaign. the supporter last night hung in a long time waiting to hear from her. we will get a chance to hear from her today. when this started the vote counting the officials in the campaign said they were confident that they would have victory. but as time wore on during the night that confidence turned into despair and dismay. >> disappointment. anger, sadness >> stunned hillary clinton supporters on a night they were hoping for a victory. >> as you can see i brought a 5 and 7-year-old with me tonight. i thought they would see the first women president in the
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i'm just at a loss. i'm devastating. after a hard-fought battle against trump top clinton campaign staffers didn't hold back their feeling of confidence that clinton would prevail. but as the voting tallies came in the anticipated victory party turned into a nightmare. the candidate who openly insulted muslims latinos and others came out on top and won the presidency. >> even in new york city they might start to happen where people are being attacked. so i'm afraid i'm afraid for the safety of the people i love. i'm hardworking muslims cannot be criminalized and said we need to be screened before enter thing country. we work hard to be here. we're proud of our values. we're proud to be american and this is not some treatment that we should be subjected to. >> at 2:00 a.m. with vote count uncertain and crowd anxious to hear from clinton. campaign chair told everyone to go home and try to offer some hope. but by then it was too late. trump had won enough electoral
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president-elect. whoever didn't show up played around with their vote i can't imagine what you are feeling. because that's the worst feeling than how i feel this is devastating. and those clinton supporters should be able to hear directly from her. she is scheduled to speak in about an our. that's the latest live in new york city. 7news "today in new england." bao all right byron. thanks so much. 7 news will bring that to you live when it happens. for so many people and people speculating people watching from the outside trump presidency seemed unlikely begin some of the controversies some of the rhetoric of this campaign. for a look back at that let's go to alex deprado. >> trump was dogged by many controversial comments and scandals in the run up to
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>> trump candidacy was dogged by controversy the day he announced he was running his comment on mexicans drew widespread condemnation. >> they are bringing drugs, they are bringing crime. they are rapist. and some i assume are good people. he feuded fox anchor after she asked him about his past comments calling women dogs and pigs during the first primary debate. she gets out and she all sort of ridiculous question. you can see there was blood coming out of her eyes. blood coming out of her wherever. >> trump went after republican john mccain a prisoner of war. >> he's a war hero. >> he's a war hero because he was captured. i like people that weren't captured. >> trump tangled with speaker
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party kr criticized. wrongly demonizing "american morning"s for political sport. >> trump criticized the chaun familily who endorsed hillary clinton and son killed in iraq. trump described grabbing women caused him to apologize. . i said it. i was wrong. and i apologize. >> trump chalked up the comments on the access hollywood tape to locker room talk. but after several women forward claiming trump touched them inappropriately. live in the control room 7news "today in new england." >> alex. thanks so much. that's the latest from a rainy midtown manhattan here on this wednesday morning. of course we'll have the latest on decision 2016 right after
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>> we want to take a look now at some of massachusetts. congressional races that we have been flowing closely as well. >> before we d that let's send it out to christa delcamp live in new york with more on this. hey christa? >> we'll check with her in a little bit. >> we want to look at congressional races. >> take a look at this for the massachusetts house third district. >> fourth congressional dic third re-elected with 71% of the vote. and congressman steven lynch re-elected for the 8th district with 72%. >> congressman bill keating re-elected for ninth district. he reeled in 56% of the vote. >> and there are four incumbent candidate whose are heading back to congress. jim mcgovern, cathleen clark seth multoun and all democrats
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political. what he had to say about donald trump and the letter he wrote congratulating the now president-elect. >> dry start this morning. that will change by midday. we'll track rain drops across the area. a look at that and the weekend
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choice coverage for you this morning. patriots head coach bill belichick holding weekly news conference at gillette stadium. he addressed his relationship with donald trump. >> of received number of inquiries relative to a note that i wrote to donald our friendship goes back many years and i think anybody that spent more than five minutes with me knows that i'm not a political person. my comments are not politically motivated. i friendship loyalty to donald. a few weeks ago we had senator kerry in the locker room. i can't imagine two people with more different political views than those two.
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it's not about political or religious views. >> coach, were you happy or annoyed that trump read the letter? >> seattle. >> it was earlier this week that this whole thing was cast into the national spotlight when donald trump during campaign stop up in new hampshire. talked about getting some words of encouragement via a letter the head that tom brady has voted for him as well. we didn't get any official confirmation of that. definitely mentioning those two points during that stop up in the granite state. of course we'll follow the latest and be reporting for you this morning from the town manhattan. back to you in boston. >> thanks so much. typical bill belichick what he sad. his follow-ups seattle. >> that's the coach we know.
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today? >> looking like seat later on this afternoon. with cloud and rain drop working. five in boston. some sunshine across eastern mass but that will leave us and yield to more clouds. slowly making their way across the state as we go throughout the afternoon and into the evening hours. so from midday through the afternoon fair game to get sprinkles and some right around noontime although you do start to see some of that shower activity work its way from west to east. we are not talking about much in a way of appreciable rain. a tenth of an inch or less for many towns out there. just enough to wet the roadways a little bit for the evening commute. that's not the case in every single town. some showers and patchy sprinkles will be hit or miss. we dry out out by tomorrow morning. tomorrow is dry day and then we
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but that front is dry. that's not a lot of moisture with it. maybe an isolated sprinkle. i think the biggest thing with this front will be kicking in up a win. wind gusting over 30 miles per hour. that will deliver cooler air behind it. veterans day will be windy one. temperature still into the 50s. although sliding back late in the day. it does turn cool and breezy overnight on friday into saturday morning. you start monitoring the temperatures as early as guys? >> we're following some more news today the police chief of salem issuing a letter to police officer. this comes after her husband who is salem police officer arrested on charges of rape and indecent assault and battery. massachusetts state police arrested bryan butler tuesday evening. he set to appear in court later today. the chief's letter reads in part regardless of who was involved we must integrity in the above
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worked so hard to build and maintain. one person is dead after a shooting in madipan. boston ems said the victim was dead once day arrived. police are still looking for the shooter. two children found a man shot in the head in eastin. the victim was alive when the virn found him near lahge water pond. he was taken to area hospital. his condition is unknown. police are still investigating but don't believe there's an election coverage for your this morning. we've been talking about a drop on wall street. we want to send you to the break with the latest numbers coming
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choice coverage on this wednesday morning. and trump is waking up as the president-elect of the united states defeating hillary clinton. we're supposed to hear a speech from her in about 40 minutes. we understand that trump will meet with president obama as early as tomorrow to talk about transition plans. that is the latest here from midtown manhattan. we'll send it back to boston with the latest on some of the congressional races that effect the balance of power in congress. guys? what we know now donald trump -- can we scroll the prompter. wasn't the only big republican. we had other winner last night as well. speaker of the house paul ryan very vocal during the election reelected in landslide wind. he defeated ryan even though he faced tough critisism for donald trump. republican remain in control of the house of representatives filling 239 sits as opposed to democrats with 1. >> also republican senator john
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arizona. this is the 80-year-old sixth term representing the state. he defeated democrat and kirkpatrick to win this race. his victory speech mccain said this will be his last term in office. former republican presidential candidate marco rubio also remains in office winning reelection in florida. he greeted a crowd in miamiim after opponent patrick murphy conceded that race. >> coming up next one of trump's is stealing the spotlight. ? at blue cross blue shield of massachusetts, we offer a variety of medicare plans
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>> doing a job. >> good morning, of course the big headlines today is that donald trump has been elected the next president of the united
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with all the high emotions on either side we thought we would bring a moment of levity. as you know trump youngest son during trump's victory speech while so in, in the crowd were chanting and obviously so excited. little barron seen rolling his eyes. clearly a late night for a 10-year-old and we all know as parents how our youngsters can be. and why should he be different. but it will be interesting to see how he adapts the white house for the next four years. back to you guys in boston. as a father of twin 9-year-olds i can relate to the eye rolling. reaction been pouring from across the globe as a result of election. other world leader are weighing in. russian president vladimir putin reaching out to trump sending him a telegram to congratulate trump. the kremlin said putin expressed
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forward. >> there's more today show straight ahead. thanks for joining us. i'm kris anderson. i'm sarah french.
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this morning on "today's take" donald trump stunning the nation and the world with a historic victory. what happens next. dr. oz unveiling his step-by-step plan to prevent and reverse wrinkles. plus look at how you work out. the hottest looks in wear coming up right now. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today's take" live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> welcome to "today" on a wednesday morning, november 9th, 2016. i'm al along with tamron and dylan. i'm still chuckling over our open. with this momentous election of any generation probably and

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