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because you deserve a senator who stands up for you. good morning. election day. >> it's now officially tuesday, november 8th. l >> polls now open. voters casting their ballots after the most contentious and controversial presidential campaign in history. 18 grueling months. >> i accept your nomination for president of the united states! >> i humbly and gratefully accept your nomination for the presidency of the united states.
twists and turns. >> did you wipe the server? >> what? like with a cloth or something? >> when you're a star, they let you do it. you can do anything. >> whatever you want. >> grab them by the [ bleep ]. >> and very personal attacks. >> if she ever got into the oval office, hillary and her special interests would rob our country blind. >> this is a man who has called women pigs, slobs, and dogs. >> both clinton and trump expected to cast their votes shortly. then tonight, this long-fought battle should end as america finally decides who will be the next president of the united states "today," tuesday, november 8th, 2016. >> announcer: from news, this is ial edition of "today," election day 2016, with matt lauer and savannah guthrie,
and good morning, everybody. welcome to "today" on a tuesday morning. not just any tuesday morning. it's election day. at long last, it is all over but the voting. >> there is nothing more than candidates can say and i'm not sure whether that's the good news or the bad news. but they've done the talking for 18 months, now it is up to the voters. let's start off with where things stand. polls are open across the eastern half of this country. lines were already long in places like charlotte, north carolina, and hialeah, florid and out in cincinnati, ohio as well. >> that's right. day is off to an early start for vice presidential candidate tim kaine who's already voted in his home state of virginia a little bit earlier this morning. very soon we expect to see hillary clinton do the same in chappaqua, new york. donald trump and mike pence set to vote a little bit later this morning. in an election day tradition, precincts have already opened and closed in three small new hampshire towns.
trump taking those three midnight votes, 33-25. >> our 2016 team is fanned out across the country again. let us start with nbc's national correspondent, peter alexander. >> reporter: good morning. can you believe it? we finally made it. we're here in new york city at the polling place where donald trump is expected to vote today. i just checked it out. even here the lines are long, they wrap around the block. trump last night wrapping up his campaign event. in fact, early this morning after 1:00 in the morning, not so much with to voters in the crucial state of michigan, but a return to the central message of his campaign that includes some of those riffs that have become trump's greatest hits. >> reporter: donald trump after midnight squeezing in one last campaign trip to michigan. >> today we are going to win the great state of michigan and we are going to win back the white house. >> today is our independence day. . >> reporter: a win there may be a necessity if he's going to
votes. earlier trump, flanked by his family, addressed a packed house at the site of his first primary triumph. >> i've never disappointed new hampshire. but new hampshire has never disappointed me. >> reporter: trump's closing argument casting himself as an agent of change. >> my only special interest is to you. believe me. >> reporter: and a voice for bl collar workers who feel left behind. >> the american working class will strike back. it is about >> reporter: with 14 stops in ten states in these last 72 hours, trump's speeches, a fierce critique of his rival. >> hillary is the face of failure. she's the face of failure. she's the face of failed foreign policy. >> reporter: in florida, playing around, trump took a look at his own face. >> nice head of hair, i'll say that. >> reporter: unfazed by clinton celebrity surrogates, trump again criticized jay-z and
singing, right? singing? talking? was it talking orsinging? don't know. >> reporter: despite his critics, trump has remained defiant until the end of his campaign, refusing release his taxes and ignoring questions about perceived conflicts of interest between himself and his company should he win. this morning, americans decide if today marks the start of a trump presidency or the end of an insurgent candidacy like we've never seen before. that happens today is what donald trump says tonight. if he wins, can he begin to help bring the country back together. to unify americans. if he loses, what does he do to redirect that anger, that energy that so many of his followers now feel. matt and savannah, back to you. >> peter alexander, starting us off. as we mentioned, we expect to see hillary clinton casting her ballot shortly. she'll do that in her hometown of chappaqua, new york. nbc's kristen welker is there. kristen, good morning to you.
to you. with the race now in the voters' hands, a top clinton campaign official telling me this morning they feel confident about the race they've run. clinton still fighting for every vote and a chance to make history. early this morning, hillary clinton rallying supporters who gathered to greet her on the tarmac in new york. her campaign plane touching down one last time. the emotional homecoming capping a night filled with star-studded events. in midnight rally in north carolina chanting "i believe that she will win." which included performances from lady ga and bon jovi and also topide ha abedin back on the tra after taking a few days o amid t latest e-mail saga. and i philadelphia, the rthplace of america's democracy, democrats put on a collective show of force.
the boss. ? can't start fe without a spark ?? >> if we get out and vote tomorrow, hillary clinton will win! >> i'm asking you to work as hard as you can this one last day to elect, my fellow americans, this fighter, this states woman, this mother, this grandmother, this patriot, our next president of the united states of clinton! >> reporter: clinton herself urging voters to turn outnd put any talk of a rigged system to rest. >> let's show tomorrowhere will be no question about the outcome of this election. >> reporter: it was a frenzied final sprint monday. nto making four stops in three state aiming to hold on to her fire wall including traditionally blichiga where she delivered her closing argument. >> so after tomorrow the work will begin and one of the
an obligation to address is how we bring our country together. >> reporter: a clinton official said she will spend part of the day working on two speeches. one for either outcome. eight years ago she fought to become the first female president. now she is hoping t finally shatter that glass ceiling. matt? savannah? >> kristen, thank you very much. want to mention, we've changed locations this morning. >> we have. this is the 30 rock decision ad wallace, steve kornacki. they are here, they are actually going to be here all night. what's the one thing you are really going to be watching tonight? >> early, this college educated white voter. in our last poll, hillary clinton was winning them by ten points. mitt romney won them by 14 points. if she is winning them by ten ts this bld an early night and this could be a mh
polls that shown. >> women. as rulers of the universe, we pick presidents and aepublin cannot win a national race for the presidency without narrowing the gender gap. if she's ahead, she stays ahead. i'm going to much with a how big that gap is. >> yeah. sort of what chuck is saying. in the suburbs in a number of states, i think this is the story. even if trump gets record strength among sort of working class white voters, is it offset by record strength for clinton among college educated white voters. >> i'm going to write this down. go out on a limb -- >> my god! so much math! >> what time do you think this race will be called tonight, and don't call it early just to win. all right? >> well, there's two days. officially, it won't happen until after 11:00. but i thinkt is possible if when we call florida, we're calling the presidency. unofficially. i think it is just after 10:00 with florida. >> okay.
going to go with tomorrow, i'm going to say 1:00 a.m. >> do you want me to go with when the losing candidate concedes because that will take a few days from now. no, i'd say officially called, i go with about 11:20. >> this has been such an interesting race, to use the least load odd ter possible. it is really up-ended so much conventional wisdom. of course, if you look at the polls today, generlyspeaking, they're showing hillary clinton with a three to five-point edge. but might this night have some surprises in what form would those take? >> for me, for would takehat there is this big turnf elti voters, number on thatould favor trump. and number two, the places -- the northern tier of this country -- mich, wisconsin, interior of pennsylvania, that maybe there is something there. that's something that's sort of like, okay, what did we get wrong, what did we miss? that's what i'm thinking about. >> we don't know the outcome but we have talked for months and
candidates. you're very cnected to republican circles. is there a talk inhose circles, nicolle, about what might have been? >> yeah. and there is a lot of -- even more talk about what happens next. i think you will see a flurry of republicans try to rush in and fill the leadership void and try to rebrand the party that's been in the view of a lot of establishment republicans who roundly lost the primaries. but an efft to rebrand the party so that generational harm done to the women and among latinos. i thiou will see a rush of sort of establishment and rising figures in the party come out in the coming days. >> every cycle it gets toe more and more important, the early vote. also besides the democrats and republicans in the early vote, there is a big chunk of independents that are voting. do we have any sse of which way'rehe swinging? >> yeah. it's also who makesp the independent voters. escially in florida, i think this is one thi to look fo
vors registering potentially as independent voters but likely not voting for donald trump. that could be somethg,to it is look the make-uhe demographic make-up o what we ing of as an independent. that might be changing, too. >> take a good look. this is the fshest this group will look for this entire day. yo getting them a their peak. >> guys, thank you so much. of course shall with the white house isn't the only prize up for grabs. control of the u.s. senate also hanging in the balanc cliffhanger. nbc's hale jacksons here with moron that. >> so this is the election ce where we're watching not just the race for the white house with our political unit seated right over here, but those senate races, too. democrats looking to pick up five seats to try and take back control of the senate, and that is where the real action could be tonight with tight races all over the country. we are looking at some potential downallot drama.
with the world watching. but inine o down-ballot races determining control of congress with republicans on defense trying to keep their majority. five fateful fights. start with pennsylvania. it's the most expensive senate race ever, the "wall street journal" says. democrat katie mcginty getting back up from president obama. no surprise there. >> the daughter of a restaurant hostess and a philadelphia beat cop? >> president obama says -- >> reporter: whas the same strategy used by the republican senator, pat toomey. >> i want to thank joe manchin and pat toomey. >> reporter: democrats in many to donald trump, like in race l number two -- new hampshire. >> i can do anything. >> reporter: republican senator kelly ayotte trying to fight off the state's democratic governor, maggie hassen, to keep her seat. but in illinois, it looks like senator mark kirk may not.
this. >> i had forgotten that your parents came all the way from thailand to serve george washington. >> reporter: kirk later apologizing for his racially charged remarks in race number three with another apology coming from a different senator in race number four, in north carolina. after senator richard burr seemed to joke about hillary clinton getting shot. >> i was a little bit shocked at that. didn't have a bull's-eye on it. >> reporter: burr facing off against deborah ros race there. in race five, missouri. another toss-up. democrat jason candor looking to unseat roy blunt hoping for help from this now-viral gun control ad. >> i approved this message. >> reporter: one of the most memorable of the year. both sides of the aisle working overtime, asking for your vote. and remember what's at stake here. we're talking about the future of the supreme court nomination, potentially the fate of the federal health care law. here is an interesting wrinkle.
after tonight we will see a maybe 50%-50% split in the senate. so what happens then? well, matt and savannah, the tiebreaker, the vice president. >> we remember that from civics class. hallie, thank you so much. we want to give our viewers a guide to this night of drama. we'll show you how things will play out as the clock moves on. we'll start at 7:00 p.m. eastern and over the course of that hour, polls are going to close in the hotly contested battleground states of virginia, north carolina and ohio. >> the the white house all but one time. nixon carried that state in 1 6 0 but lost the election. north carolina has also received a lot of attention from both, hillary clinton and donald trump, and all indications are it may not be called until late in this evening. >> moving to 8:00 p.m., polls close in florida. most experts believe there is no math to a trump victory without winning the sunshine state. >> moving along to 9:00 p.m., look to michigan with its 16 electoral votes.
last-minute effort by trump and clinton, including a visit by president obama. >> a surprise state to watch in the 9:00 hour -- arizona. now it hasn't gone for a democrat since bill clinton in '96, but it is looking more competitive this year. you also have polls closing here in new york. of course the home state to both candidates. >> savannah has strong feelings about what might happen in arizona. as for the campaign's election night events, clinton is holding hers at the jacob javits conventionter i new york, symbolic glass ceiling. trump is hosting an invitation e nt just down the street from 30 rock at the hilton hotel in midtown. >> in 2008, john mccain delivered his concession speech at 11:18 eastern. that was pretty early. president-elect bomb declared had victory at 11:57. mitt romney conceded just before
spoke to his supporters about 30 minutes later. >> our wall to wall coverage begins at 7:00 p.m. eastern, 4:00 out on the pacific coast. anchored by lester holt. he'll be joined by savannah, chuck todd, tom brokaw and our team of correspondents all across this country. mean tile, al is here. election day weather. a big deal, al. >> it sure is. luckily we don't have a lot of horrible weather to talk about but let's look at our decision 2016 forecast map. record highs in the pacific northwest. at, pennsylvania. they're going to have a fairly mild day today. but by the afternoon, look for increasing clouds. then some showers move in from the west. how about texas, a big electoral state. we've got some of the worst weather happening there. strong storms especially later in the afternoon, off and on showers in the morning. by the evening, the panhandle clears up for the rest of the
coming up, the mood of voters in two states that could be decisive in this election. we'll be live in the crucial battlegrounds of ohio and florida. and how did we get here? a look back at the long and controversial road to this election day 18 months in the making. but first on a tuesday morning, this is "today" on nbc. russ feingold: in the senate there's a choice- you can go along with the rigged system, or you can stand for something that matters. i stand with wisconsin working families. going to all 72 counties, senator johnson stands with ceo's -tax loopholes for billionaires, tax breaks for companies that ship jobs overseas. i'll take on the rigged system. and work to build an economy that works for everyone. i'm russ feingold and i approve this message
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and work to build an economy that works for everyone. i'm russ feingold and i approve this message because you deserve a senator who stands up for you. ?? 7:30 now on this tuesday morning, the date, november 8th. mark that down. 2016. rockefeller plaza transformed in democracy plaza for this historic election day. we moved across the street to the nbc news election center for our program this morning. >> we're going to get to the election of course in just a moment. first other stories making headlines today. re estate robert durst pleaded not guilty to a murder in a los angeles courtroom on monday. the 73-year-old in a wheelchair wearing a neck brace. when he entered that plea.
durst became a national name when hbo aired a documentary that aired his life and cast suspicion on him in several crimes. prince harry's office has confirmed that actress meghan markle is his girlfriend. the palace issued a strongly worded statement accusing the media of harassing her. harry says he is worried about her safety and is "deeply disappointed" that he's not been able to protect her. the relationship between prince harry and markle had been the focus of rumors and some speculation for weeks. back to the election. set to vote very soon. both candidates campaigned well past midnight, clinton wrapping things up with an event in raleigh, north carolina, while trump made his final pitch in grand rapids, michigan, the fifth and final stop of the day. in "today's campaign moment," here is a vote that's out of this world. the only american who is not on planet earth has cast his vote.
from the international space station before leaving earth. kimbrough said he was excited about being able to say i voted from space. they don't even make stickers that say that. >> not many people can say that. after such a hard-fought campaign, this election is likely to come down to the votes in several key swing states like florida. this morning, polls are open there and a record number of early voters have already cast their ballots. nbc's gabe gutierrez just outside miami for us. gabe, good morning to you. we have seen a steady stream of voters so far but we don't expect the massive lines here in florida that we saw back from 2012. that's partly because so many florida voters have already voted early or absentee. in fact, half of all eligible voters in this state have already done so. one of the key headlines here is that 15% of those have been hispanic voters. that's much higher than in 2012. we've also seen a latino early voting surge in other states like arizona, nevada and parts of texas. now why is that important? well according to the latest nbc
hillary clinton leads donald trump by 45 percentage points among latinos. so because of that, now there is a mobilization effort today to try to get latino voters to the polls, especially along the i-4 corridor where thousands of puerto ricans have settled after they fled their island's debt crisis. the gop nominee has not carried the vote since george bush got 40% of theat now hillary clinton's campaign hopes it makes the difference in this critical battleground state. matt and savannah. >> gabe, thank you very much. another state to watch, ohio. both campaigns have spent a lot of time and money there. according to many recent polls, it is a statistical dead heat. now trump has led early there in the campaign. we have nbc's ron mott in
hi, ron, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. if donald trump intends to be president of the united states, history holds he has to win the buckeye state here. we said it once, we said it a thousand times, that no republican has reached the without white house winning ohio. this county hamilton just might be the place that swings this election one way or the other. record early voter turnout -- in fact, democrats were handing out tacos to get people out. bigger numbers they've ever seen before in hamilton county. early voting wrapped up yesterday. thmo organized ground game but the clinton campaign is still concerned about hamilton county, whether they will get their voters out to the polls today in force. in fact, president obama won the state in both 2008 and 2012. meantime, donald trump's message is selling especially well in the rural parts of the state. the key here is how well he does in the cincinnati suburbs which is a conservative stronghold and whether his message has energized or turned off that voting bloc. his core support is coming from working class white males without college degrees, many of whom have been in the
been hard hit over the years. that's especially a message that's carrying very well for donald trump in the rustbelt. now the key of course is the turnout. how vigorous will that be among his core supporters. at this precinct, very strong turnout this morning. guys, back to you. >> ron mot thank you for wearing your election day orange. appreciate that. >> how about ron going right from the world series to the election. seamlessly. >> he's versatile! let's get another check of the weather from al. >> let's see what we have for you election day 2016. on the map we started before, we do have a lot of wet weather making its way down through texas, but as you start out up through michigan, we are looking at some wet weather. but nothing too horrible. we're going to see some clouds, especially up in the u.p. of michigan. afternoon showers off and on, kind of breezy. showers will end and clearing continues from east to west -- west to east. now let's head out to california and it is looking pretty darn
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again. ?? >> i am announcing -- >> i am proud to announce -- >> i am officially running -- >> i'm a candidate -- >> i announce my candidacy -- >> for president -- >> of united states. >> much is being raised about why hillary clinton used a personal e-mail account only during her tenure as secretary of state. >> did you wipe the server. >> what, like with a cloth or >> when mexico sends its people, they're bringing crime. they're rapists. and some, i assume, are good people. >> we put together a benghazi special committee. >> they've admitted it is a political partisan committee for the sole purpose of going after me. >> high stakes at the benghazi hearing. >> i thought more about what happened than all of you put together. >> donald j. trump is calling for a total and complete
united states. >> donald trump is riding the wave to the lead of a crowded republican field. >> he is a chaos candidate. and he'd be a chaos president. >> look at that face, trump's quoted as saying. would anyone vote for that? >> i think women all over this country heard very clearly what mr. trump said. >> as the democrats running for president face off in a live televised debate. >> the american people are sick and tired of hearing about your damn e-mails. >> thank you. me, too! ?? >> thank you, thank you, new hampshire. thank you. >> what a super tuesday! >> it's official now, donald trump has hit the magic number of delegates he needs to clinch the gop nomination. >> nbc news projecting clinton has clinched the democratic nomination. >> first time in our nation's history that a woman will be a major party's nominee. >> bernie sanders has finally
democrat rival hillary clinton. >> she will be the next president of the united states. >> the next vice president of the united states, governor mike pence. thank you. >> the next vice president, my friend, senator tim kaine. >> some of melania trump's remarks on the opening night of the republican convention lifted from michelle obama's convention speech eight years ago. >> you work hard for what you want in life. >> the war of words today over comments made by and about the parents of a muslim-american soldier killed in iraq. >> you have sacrificed nothing! >> trump's now under fire for insinuating khan's wife stayed silent on stage because of her religion. >> she probably -- maybe she wasn't allowed to have anything to say. you tell me. >> our motto is, when they go low, go high. >> i humbly -- >> accept your nomination --
united states. >> -- for president of the united states. >> hillary clinton, she's incompetent. okay? >> donald trump has proven himself to be temperamentally unfit and unqualified to be president. >> the only good thing she's ever done is get out of trouble when anybody else would have been in jail by now. >> you could put half of trump's supporters into what i call the basket of deplorables. >> she doesn't have the strength or believe me. >> face to face, hand to hand combat, donald trump and hillary clinton go after each other in a spirited first debate. >> all talk, no action. >> this is a man who has called women pigs, slobs, and dogs. >> i have much better judgment than she does. i also have a much better temperament than she has. >> i think donned just criticized me for preparing for this debate. and you know what else i prepared for? i prepared to be president.
donald trump and hillary clinton don't even bother to shake hands before facing off in a debate filled with accusations and insults. trump's remarks about groping women caught on tape. >> and when you're a star, they let you do it. you can do anything. >> do whatever you want. >> grab them by the [ bleep ]. >> this was locker room talk. i'm not proud of it. >> i think it's clear to anyone who heard it that it represents exactly who he is. >> the headlines are this morning -- donald trump twice declining to say that hel he loses that has people talking. >> i will look at it at the time. i'll keep you in suspense. >> let me respond to that because that's horrifying. >> such a nasty woman. >> hillary clinton trying to reclaim the narrative after the bombshell news, fbi director james comey looking into more e-mails. >> the director himself has said he doesn't know whether the e-mails referenced in his letter are significant or not.
having the courage to right this horrible wrong. >> down to the wire. the fbi giving clinton a last-minute boost, concluding their e-mail search saying there's nothing on anthony weiner's laptop to warrant action. >> it's time to fight for america. i'm not a politician. i can say proudly. my only special interest is you. >> america's best days are still ahead of us. if we reach >> get out and vote. >> let's get out and vote! >> democracy not always easy. >> i was going to say. you wonder why people are glad that this is election day and that its a he over. i think we see right there. >> and the autopsy of how it happened. even though we say 18 months, in reality it was 20 minutes when ted cruz made his announcement. in the next few days, throughout this week, the reflection of what this means is incredible. al is speechless. >> nope.
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. good morning. welcome back to "today." these are pictures just in to our newsroom. hillary clinton expected to emerge, she is casting her vote this morning. no suspense about who she will cast it for. president, bill clinton, as well. they are in chappaqua, new york. >> a quick turnaround for secretary clinton. she arrived back home last night after a campaign swing that took her to pennsylvania and the midwest. she got in i think in the wee hours of the morning. couple of hours of sleep. no rest for the ary, out voting with former president clinton as you can see right there. >> we have nbc's kristen welker on duty. of course, we also expect mr. trump and governor pence to vote a little bit later today as
>> reporte hi the, savannah. good morning. secretary clinton and president clinton just walked in to their voting place here in chappaqua. they were greeted by dozens of supporters who started cheering. we shouted out questions. we asked her how was she feeling this morning. she waved and walked inside. it is a momentous moment for secretary clinton. it caps a more than 18-month fight to become the first female president. it is a fight that lasted early into t wee hours ofhi back in new york and greeted supporters. and that ended a frenzied final sprint on monday. secretary clinton making four stops in three key states. ending her campaign in the key battleground state of north carolina with a midnight rally. but it was the event that she held in philadelphia in which democrats really put on a show of force. of course, that is the city where the nation's democracy is
party's nomination. last night she was joined by president obama, the first lady, her husband, and more than 30,000 people. it is the biggest crowd that she has gathered yet. their message to draw a sharp contrast with donald trump saying that secretary clinton is the most qualified candidate and also saying that she's the candidate who will best unify the country. secretary clinton saying that today is a test her campaign telling me this morning, as she prepares to vote, she is feeling confident, confident about the race that she has run, confident about their ground game. they had more than a million volunteers out over the weekend. they made more than 21 voter to voter contacts. they think that is going to make all of the difference in those critical battleground states and states like michigan and pennsylvania which she hopes to hold on to in order to make history. matt? savannah?
just a note of trivia -- the clinton's casting their ballots as the douglas graflin elementary school in chappaqua where i went to second grade. three of the best years of my life. just kidding. we've got nbc national correspondent peter alexander in new york. donald trump will be voting a little bit later this morning. we'll catch that as well. hi, peter, good morning. >> reporter: hey, savannah, goo morning to you. he is going to be voting here only a short distance away from trump to this m soorning certainly a lot of people going to be here w he arrives as well. donald trump this morning again calling in to foxews describing tslection as a beautiful process. he sounded upbeat, saying that he thinks he's going to win a lot of states but says it is still unclear what will happen ultimately. he feels confident about states like michigan and others in the toper midwest that he might need pic off, wle at th e me time dismissing those polls that show him traing as "phony."
isurethtaying up for. >> reporter: in the key battlegrou oforth carolina, hillary clinton making her final campaign pitch in front of a roaringwd overnight. her last event punctuated by energized supporters and a performance by lady gaga and john bon jovi. just hours earlier, clinton greeting a massive crowd outside philadelphia's iependence hall. >> i am not going to let anybody rip away and turn the clock back. >> reporter: the night a showcase in democratic star power. president obama enjoying his highest approval ratings in four years. looking to presve his legacy with a final impassioned plea. >> i'm asking you to work as hard as you can this one last day to elect our next president of the united states of america, hillary clinton! >> reporter: on a crisp fall
springsteen. while trump didn't have the celebrities, he was batting until the bitter end. >> we don't need john bon jovi. we don't need lady gaga. >> reporter: arriving in deep blue michigan overnight to his own fiery crowd. >> if we win michigan, we will win this historic election, and then we truly will be able to do all of the things we want to do. >> reporter: bringing his family along for the storming through fivetates monday alone with ralliesn florida, north carolina, pennsylvania, new hampshire, and michigan. >> if we don't win, this will be the single greatest waste of time, energy and money in my life. >> reporter: his closing argument insisting that he's a uniquely qualified agent of change. >> my only special interest is you. >> reporr: the billionaire slamming clinton over her e-mail
office of the presidency. >> reporter: at times, going off script, stopping to admire a mask of himself. >> nice head of hair, i'll say that. >> reporter: but even in his final hours, trump's primary target -- hillary clinton -- remains unchanged. >> we are finally going to close the history books on the clintons and their lies and schemes and corruption. >> reporter: clinton very early this morning greeting supporters on the tarmac in new york. the end of a historic 19-month campaign, seeking to become the nation again, want to take you back live now to chappaqua, new york where you can see hillary clinton alongside her husband, president bill clinton, emerging after casting her vote today. again trying to become that woman to break the glass ceiling, the first american female president. aides close to hillary clinton tell us that she spent much of yesterday preparing two speeches in case she wins, or loses. as for donald trump, again we noted he'll be voting here.
campaign stop. we've reached out to his campaign as well to try to find out what he plans to say tonight if he's even preparing remarks. so far, no an auto. swer. but of co, what he says will be crucial. can he begin, if he wins, to help unify the country or if he loses, what does he say for so many millions of americans to try to redirect that anger and frustration that they're now feeling with the status quo. >> unifying the country is the order of business for any speech that a candidate gives tonight. peter, thank you very much. investors w what happens today after stocks surged on monday. nbc'sli velshi is at the new york stock exchange. markate rtaint today is the ultimat uncertain day. what do you think is going to haen in the markets today? >> ifou g back nine days when james comey first issued that letter to congress, you saw the market give up about 300 points.
hillary clinton needs to be prosecuted, you saw yesterday the market made up that 300 points and some. so we are at a point where we were before where the market seems to think hillary clinton ng tis goi win the election. now what markets tend to like is a president of one party and a congf a other party. so if we stay where we toda you're probably going to e in uer inutesn open that is lower as we prepare for -- the market prepares for a ary clintonvictory. if through the course of the day this mke gets clues that it migh b you're going t see this market comedown. they a as aious f a dold trump victory as they are for a hillary clinton victory. but, part of that is because markets like certainty. it is not that they like hillary clinton more than donald trump, but they think hillary clinton's going to win. they'll celebrate if hillary clinton wins. >> ali, thank you very much. as nbc news was first to report, the nation's intelligence community is poised and ready in case of any possible election day cyber attacks. sean henry is the chief secury
firm crowd strike and with the fbi formly. good morning. it strikes me that if this is a uniquely difficult job because everybody's concerned about cyber attacks, but who knows what form it could ?ke would it be hackers? would it be state sponsored? would it be messingitvote totals? would it be something on the internet? how do you prepare for something like this? >> we know that the russian government has tried to interfere with the electoral process thus fa they hacked the dnc and the dccc. i don't think we're likely to see a dpt ballot process because our system is so widely dispersed, it would be very, very difficult to do that. i think we are likely to see though some russians or activist groups sponsored by russia or supporting them to actually get some information and to leak it, follow up with social media, to really put a seed of doubt into the actual electoral process. it is about creating confusion and chaos in the democratic process. >> what does the effort to prevent it look like? i mean are there just hundreds
watching kind of odd little factors? >> so the reality of it is, they're not going to actually be able to stop it. what you have is command posts that are set up strategically around the country with the intelligence community, dhs, the fbi. they're looking for unusual or anomalous traffic. they'll be able to respond to it. but they're not going to be able to prevent it at this point. you can't turn off the internet or pull people off the network. >> are you telling people today to treat everything with a grain of salt if you over the internet? >> i think that's very, very important. one thing we've seen historically is these groups actually change data to put out misinformation specifically to undermine the process and create a doubt of the credibility of our election. >> seanhenry, busy day for folks in your line of work. thank you. msnbc chief legal. correspondent ari melber i spending his day monitoring any voter irrularities as parts of nbc's vote watch unit. ari, good morning to you. donald trump has kind of fed this story that there could be a
might be voter fraud. where are the monitors going to be and what specifically are they going to be looking r? >> he h spoken about that, and happy election day to you. our early voting indicators don't show this being a different type of race. but to your question, the first thing that folks look out for is misinformation. already in india, voters received texts with the wrong polling location. there was a concern, oh, is this rigging? is this some effort to tamper? in fact, we found out very hours that it was simply an honest mistake by the local democratic party. the other thing is poll access. will there be tampering or intimidation at the polls. we've already seen some small skirmishes over that. an ohio judge for example ordering allies of donald trump not to do anything that amounts to intimidation. then to the monitoring. basically in about 28 states there are civil rights federal monitors that are out in different places, polling
or double check there isn't any kind of malfeasance going on. and then the other big thing we're always watching for is the counting of the vote itself. that is the idea that whenou go up on an individual basis and you press your candidate, does your machine or doe your ballot show the right candidate? problethere some sort of other and i anyone sees that, that gets called in pretty quickly. that counting of course leads to what everyone cares about tonight -- an accurate count of wh theinner is. >> ari, i think the most impoan point you make here is cycle we see voter confusion. there is a long way from voter confusion to voter fraud. wereciate you making that point. > let us bring in nbc's special correspondent tom brokaw. he's of course been through his fair share of election days in his 50 years here at nbc. we always turn to you on these days for sanity and perspective, tom. good morning. >> i mean i think just on this last point, i do think we need reformation of our political voting process. it is too chaotic across the
and that's no way to run a democracy. but i have been looking back at what we've been through in the last year. then i've been trying to figure out how we go on from here. let's take a look first at what we've been through. >> reporter: two aging baby boomers, both wealthy, and very public figures, for most of their adult lives, met on the great battleground of a presidential mpgn, ahend th divided >> peopleteill never be feated. >> reporter: trump appealing to the disenfranchised, the white working class, gun owners evangelicals. hillar to women, minorities, aditional democrats. theolitical establishment. and at the end,he t cntry is still dply divided, a prescripti for gridck. at a timen therere major issues to be resolved. we're at ithwar, mid
at home. how do we resolve the immigration problem humanely? >> we have to establish borders and we he to build a wall. we have to build a wall. >> reporter: how to fix health care without leang millions with no coverage. and the new economy. how does it serve the old workforce? clinton and trump have their loyal followers, but the majority of american voters went in to this election not wild and that unhappiness will continue to be stirred by the vast universe of social media. clever, ideological, left and right, designed to wound, not to heal. >> it is to replenish -- >> such a nasty woman. >> reporter: after all the turmoil of more than a year, in the end, the two candidates were better at dividing than uniting. >> hillary clinton will be under investigation for a lo, long time.
muslims. including the parents of a muslim-american serviceman killed in iraq. clinton mocked trump supporters as a "basket of plorables." >> i am sick and tired of the negative, dark, divisive, dangerous vision and behavior! >> it has been a marathon of anger and the country is ready for it to be over. but voters on both sides remain anxious about the future. >> who's ready to vote in election! >> reporter: it is the nature of democracy, that there will always be differences. but at the end of this campaign, america remains a sharply divided red state/blue state nation with too few common goals, too many deep differences. >> you know, a pollster says a defining theme of this election has been fear on both sides and across the country. can you not continue to operate under an umbrella of fear. so i think beginning tomorrow
got to dissolve that fear in some fashion by bringing the country together. >> you say that. i have known you for a long time. i would characterize you as an optimistic hopeful person. but when you consider that depending on which side loses tonight, 40 million-plus people are going to be disappointed, and some of them won't even accept the results of the election, how do you go forward? >> i think that's a very, very astute point. then you look at the map, it is that central part of the country and the h. then you have the coastal regions who are going the democratic candidate. how do you bring them together? here is one thought. everyone agrees that we need to do something about public works. our bridges, our roads, the rail lines in this country, that's a non-partisan issue. start with that. you can have a 5-cent gasoline tax right now. puts people to work not only that, when they go to work, they make money and they put it into the treasury. i grew up in a public works era. my dad worked on a big dam right after the war. and it absolutely converted this
from those working class families who got to go to college and have the lives that we have today. so that's one place that you can begin. another place that you can begin in my judgment is public service for the millennials. they want to do it. but they just don't feel attached to the institutions of governance. i'm involved in a public service academy at arizona state. we had 100 sign up last year. 250 this year. they want to be involved in that. moreover, we've got to relieve the pressure on less than 1% o military uniforms and going off to war. there are a lot off jobs that could be filled in non-military roles by a new form of public service. those are two places to begin. party elders, by the way, are already beginning to talk across party lines about how we do these things. they know that the country cannot continue with the schism running down the middle of it. >> compromise can't be a dirty word anymore in our politics. tom, thank you very much.
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d an economy that works for everyone. i'm russ feingold and i approve this message because you deserve a senator who stands up for you. ? we're back now 8:30 on a tuesday morning. it's the 8th day of november, 2016. of course, that makes it election day. and we have moved from our election center in 30 rock over to our plaza this morning to say hi to a big crowd of people that's gathered here. >> really cool. >> it's beautiful out here. >> i missed our crowd being across the street. nice to see everybody.
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to celebrate a big anniversary. >> my husband and i will be married 25 years in march and he does so much for me. >> oh, she's everything. she does everything around the house, she takes care of everything for me, helps me out so much. she's been here all these years. >> heidi and bob first met in their teens. >> i remember you were on the softball team. >> he was cute. he had a mustache. >> two kids and nearly 25 years later these love birds are now empty nesters but favorite thing to do is to have her children over for a home cooked meal. >> i love cooking, absolutely love to would think. >> with the kids gone we only see them for dinner. >> the kitchen means quality time with my family to oat and fun fun. >> redoing their kitchen was always on their to-do list but something always came up. >> we would have a college bill or a car bill. >> the best thing my daughter got married so we put our kids first and just kept putting up on the back corner. >> but not today.
designer deb and her team to give the kitchen a much needed facelift. >> i see glue, tape, staples, that is something that needs to go away. >> it looks like you're missing some storage. we will make it functional. >> there is a lot to get rid of, but a few things heidi wants to keep. >> the magnets represent my children. what i've done for them and how much they appreciate what i do for them, too. >> with only eight days to transform the kitchen, deb and her team got right to work. was time to let heidi and bob see their brand new kitchen. >> oh, my. >> oh. ? >> oh. >> oh, it's perfect. >> wow. >> holy cow. now i can sit here and took and they can sit here and eat and we
it flows beautifully, it's done perfect, the colors are awesome. >> now you can use the stapler for paper and not for your cabinets, right? >> look at the back splash. i love the back splash. >> the tates finally have the kitchen they've always dreamed of just in time for the holidays. >> the formula to your design is the centerpiece of the room which is now your magnets. >> we needed to make sure that a part of you stayed in this newly remodeled space so the mag add more. >> you could not move around in this kitchen. moving things around, making this a really good walkway, creating that space for you to sit with your family and then those double ntries. >> i'm going to be cooking a lot. i'm going to have the family over and we will sit here and eat and have fun and talk and be comfortable. very comfortable. >> hooray. >> because my house -- >> and we heard from them and she's cooked ribs, that was the
now it's really a family lace. >> we need "today" show magnets so you could give them one. >> i will add that. i am going to send that. >> just that one little touch missing. it looked great. happy for them. thank you. up next, recipes for two creative ways to serve a classic that savannah loves,
green bean casserole. >> yes. >> just in time for the holidays, but first this is "today" on nbc. first, this is
we're back now 8:39 with more of our today food all stair thanksgiving pairing culinary experts together to make your holidays stress free and of course delicious. this morning the ever popular green bean casserole. yes, two different ways. katie lee is a co-host of the food network's the kitchen, alex guarnaschelli judges the food network's chopped beat bobby flay finale. good morning to both of you.
>> i love it. this is a classic. >> i never had it growing up ever. so as an adult i'm really digging my heels in with this one. i love it. >> let's make sure we understand you are going to make the traditional green bean casserole. >> yes, i'm going traditional. >> you're going with a little twist. >> a little pinache. >> we will start with katie and talk about the ingredients. >> we will start with all those usual classics, green beans, mushrooms, onions, freed onions. green beans, i have boiling salted water and the green beans go in for four minutes until they're tender and submerge them in an ice water batting. keeps them green and stops them from cooking. >> i haveome onions sauteing in butter, that takes seven or eight minutes, then you add mushrooms. >> what kind of mushrooms are you using?
mushrooms or any kind that you like. >> perfect. >> then you add flour. this is a thickener, cook it for a minute or two to get that flour taste out of it. so you pour in the half and half. >> if you didn't want to go this heavy could you put milk. >> you could totally do milk and it will work great. you want it to coat the back of the spoon, it will take a couple mi add in parmesan cheese and sherry vinegar. >> this is after how long? >> this is after about four minutes. >> perfect. >> get knows green beans and let's put them in here. >> got it. >> you will toss them with the sauce just like that. this is going to be so good. this makes me think childhood
downstairs getting ready to trade both of these recipes. >> it's yummy. >> yummy. >> okay. it goes into a casserole dish and you're going to bake this for 25 minutes then top it with those fried onions, you can get those in a can and it comes out like this. >> i'm going to grab your dish and go up to alex and see what she's got cooking. >> this is garlic stard, fl >> bacon. >> yeah. >> now you're talking to me. >> she wins because she brought bacon. >> i like when you mix flower with mustard you can add less flower because the mustard thickness to make it lighter. that's the cheap date supermarket mushroom that we do have.
once the mushrooms have cooked we add a little milk, chicken stock and sour cream for tang. >> that pouring heavier than milk. i think that's cream. >> and a little chicken stock and this is sour cream and we simmer that and let's that bubble, that gets that chicken soup vibe going. >> you've added t did you pre cook the green beans the way katie did. >> yeah, in boiling started water and i've stirred half in raw for a churchy mention tour, you could go raw and smerhem gently. >> the onions. >> the nibble factor. >> instead of only onions you've added brussels sprout leaves. >> on top we top it with -- i like to do the onions on the outside, like a little ring so
>> katie, come on up. >> bacon and brussels sprouts right on top. i like a little fresh green. by the way, feel free to overdo it, it's thank givings. >> guys, down fares, what do you think? >> we are devouring this. >> we like the brussels sprout chip thing. >> election day breakfast. >> we didn't think you could do anything more with a traditional green bean casserole and look what you've done. and yours is fantastic. >> this is a crunchy little forest on top. >> great. >> yum. >> yes, you both approve of each other's. >> we cosign. >> katie and alex, thank you very much. they will be back on november 23rd for our big pre thanksgiving celebrate out on the plaza. you can find their recipes and so much more at today.com/food and check out today's facebook page, alex will be doing a live cooking demo. coming up next a live performance from music sensation
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back, 8:53 onct 2016. >> over the years, we' bee here for some historic, exciting and very tense mornings as the nation voted for a new president. well, here is a look back at 40 years of election day coverage here on "today." >> president carte ar ronald reagan winding up their campaigns with familiar themes. >> george bush, bill clinton, ross perot. >> will george w. bush or al gore be the 43rd president of the united states?
nbc news election center. jane pauley is here as well. jane, good rning. >> once the returns start coming if tonight, those states which go to president ford will light up in blue be with and those for governor carter in red. if you are watching a black and white set, that will be dark grey for ford and light grey for carter. election day, 1980. we are showing you an automatic voting machine in philadelphia. >> decision time has come. will it be four more years or is it possible that the polls which now show the race >> good morning, everyone. in the news, first, of course, the presidential election. voters going to the polls this morning to choose between george bush and michael dukakis after one of the most bitter presidential campaigns in memory. >> welcome to "today" on what is obviously a very special tuesday morning. this is a morning that we've been working towards and talking about countlessor and hours spent directed towards this end. >> good morning,everyone. bill clinton, bob dole and the rest of the country go to the polls on this election day.
today's voting, control of the white house and control of congress. >> could we end up with one man winning the popular vote and the other man winning the electoral college? could we end up with a tie if the electoral college race? could we end up back here tomorrow morning and still not know the winner? >> good morning. decision day. will it be george bush or john kerry? >> with this being one of the most hotly contested rac in history, turnout is expected to be massive. >> two men, two parties, two very different visions of how
t >> and welcome to "today" on this historic tuesday, election day. i'm meredith vieira. i feel like a little kid, except i can vote. >> governor romney and senator obama still neck and neck. >> seems like we've been talking about this day for the better part of two years because we have been talking about this day for the better part of two years. it is finally here. >> i can never see enough of
i'm...vince vitrano alongside brian gotter...lets get a check of the weather.. getting reports from multiple counties and voting sites that early morning lines at the polls are robust. wisconsin election officals report more than a quarter already cast absentee ballots. in all... more than 3-million people expected to vote in wisconsin. this race for u-s senate could help determine who controls that body in congress. democrats hoping to regain control... as former senator russ feingold... challenges the incumbant who beat him six years ago... senator ron johnson.
russ feingold: in the senate there's a choice- you can go along with the rigged system, or you can stand for something that matters. i stand with wisconsin working families. going to all 72 counties, i know how hard you work and how wages aren't keeping up. senator johnson stands with ceo's -tax loopholes for billionaires, tax breaks for companies that ship jobs overseas. i'll take on the rigged system.