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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 wrinkle out. the hottest looks in athleisure 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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wrinkles. >> people care about wrinkles. >> but also life goes on. i was just doing the hit on the social media and the reaction from people. they kept saying when is this going to happen. when is this election. it's happened and you realize that you've still got to get up with your children, you still have to look forward to the birth of your child. there's halloween next year and costumes. we try to figure out who we are. it's democracy. >> 16 years ago w between the popular vote and electoral college. we look at the latest results and we're seeing right now that as we look at democracy plaza, even though donald trump leads -- obviously has won the electoral college, in the popular vote, hillary clinton is winning. >> currently, we've not finalized those numbers but a lot of people went to bed, it was a very long night. there was some predictions that it was going to be early
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the polling, all of this information we've been chewing on 20 months was basically inaccurate. it was a historic victory for donald trump. look at the headlines from the papers, "the daily news." >> they're all over the place. >> they're all over the place but point in one direction, a victory for donald trump last night. people woke up this morning, you know, social media, what just happened? >> well, i was watching everything last night and then around 11:30 i'm like, all ri clearly this isn't going to -- there's no answer right away. and then it was like when you forecast a big snowstorm and you just keep dreaming like it's not snowing or it is snowing. it's just weird. i had all these dreams. then i woke up and checked my phone. oh, okay. i had no idea what was going on but my mind was going crazy. >> and you look not just here, but the response around the world, incredible. let's take -- el periodico.
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trumppocalypse. and "people" magazine's new cover out, president trump. >> what does this victory mean not just for donald trump, of course, but for the general public? you have now the senate and the house controlled by republicans. this is the first time someone who's never held office, he never served in the military, he gave that victory speech. 2:50 a.m. local time. after receiving a concession call from secretary clinton. >> now it's time for america to bind the wounds of division. we have to get together. to all republicans and democrats and independents across this nation, i say it is time for us
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people. i pledge to every citizen of our land that i will bow president for all americans, and this is so important to me. for those who have chosen not to support me in the past, of which there were a few people, i'm reaching out to you for your guidance and your help so that we can work together a our great country. it's been what they call a historic event, but to be really historic, we have to do a great job. and i promise you that i will not let you down. we will do a great job. we will do a great job. >> there you have it. a very subdued speech. one tinged with humility.
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president to succeed because then we all succeed. >> just a little factoid, melania trump now becomes the first foreign-born first lady since louisa adams. the question is also what role will his daughter, ivanka trump, play. he said the company will be in a blind trust. this is all new territory for this country to have a president who has a privately held company. melania trump said that she wanted to focus in on cyberbullying and some of the things that are happening on social media. >> and of course as you look forward, now president-elect trump has laid out a very ambitious first 100 days. he talked about repealing and replacing obamacare. of course as we know building that wall along the southern border, ripping up current trade deals. also nominating conservative justices for the supreme court and of course the total ban
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complete shutdown of muslims entering the united states until we can figure out what's going on. >> it's going to be an extraordinary event also for house speaker paul ryan who said he voted for donald trump but refused to campaign with him. very few republicans who were running for re-election or office campaigned with him. he had very few celebrities. the party was divided against him and it was in some ways political analysis, donald trump >> yeah. >> if you look at the fact that a lot of republicans chose not to align themselves at least publicly with him. >> well, you look at what happened, i mean the two outsiders who made the biggest amount of noise, donald trump and bernie sanders. and in certain ways, they were very sympatico as far as the people that they tapped into. that makes you wonder like how did these polls get it so wrong? there was a whole group of people -- i think there were a
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for donald trump publicly. >> trump always said that he had secret support. he had people who in polite company, as they call it in the cable news world, did not want to admit it. women, educated women particularly. so we don't know. we'll still look at the analysis of it. but this is the second election cycle where polls were completely off kilter. other than nate silver. >> and i don't really understand who they tap into. >> apparently they don't un were wrong. >> see, when we blow a forecast, everybody is -- it's not so easy now, is it, pollsters? >> meteorologists get all the grief when they get it wrong and not the pollsters. >> you could see all the pundits just like -- welcome to our world. >> nate silver, though -- >> we have science to back up why something might have changed. >> nate silver says he has science behind it. he's a very, very popular pollster if you follow him on
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week and it basically said he had given democrats cardiac arrest by these models because he actually said this is not right. and so he uses a scientific formula and it turns out he was on it. >> i think the three people who -- this morning waking up and what are they thinking. i think for donald trump, president-elect trump, it's like the enormity of it is settling in. obviously for hillary clinton, and i have to think president obama. >> yeah, he put it all on the line. >> take a listen to what he talked about with matt back in january. >> do you feel you're responsible for a certain hunger out there for the message that donald trump is putting out? >> the message that donald trump is putting out has had adherence a lot of times during the course of our history. you know, talk to me if he wins, then we'll have a conversation about how responsible i feel about it.
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that state of the union address in no part of your mind or brain can you imagine donald trump standing up one day and delivering a state of the union address? >> well, i can imagine it in a saturday night skit. look, anything is possible, and i think we shouldn't be complacent. i think everybody has got to work hard. >> i want you to focus, because the choice you face when you step into could not be clear. donald trump is temperamentally unfit to be commander in chief. >> ironically "saturday night live" became such a big part of the national discussion. when we come back, not only will we talk about what does it mean for hillary clinton's future, but we're also going to hear from alec baldwin, who talked about what it would mean if donald trump wins for his acting career. i've got more at progresso, we are passionate about our art.
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so we are back with more of "today's take." of course hillary clinton is not giving a concession speech last night, waiting until this morning. i guess there was a tweet? >> yeah, there was a tweet last night before the polls closed. she said this team has so much to be proud of whatever happens tonight. thank you for everything. and so it is, what does it mean for her. she's first lady, senator of new york, the secretary of state. >> politics is her identity. >> the first woman to major political party. does she go back to a role with the clinton foundation. what does this mean? and really what does the conversation about gender in our politics, we still have not had a female president. >> i don't think it was -- i don't think people were saying i'm not ready for a female president. i think they just weren't ready for this female president. >> women voted, you know, again
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think there's always a conversation, though, about gender, not necessarily voting against her but understanding some of the conversation that happens. i do have people who are tweeting in to us saying what do i tell my daughter, because no matter how this turned out, there are things that came up in the last 20 months that if you have a teenage daughter or son are complicated things to talk about. so that's just real tough. >> absolutely. wondering what this means fo obviously, the president-elect and hillary clinton and president obama. the other man affected by this or could be is alec baldwin, who did that spot-on donald trump impersonation. i was actually listening to brian on wnyc and he had alec on as a guest. >> so is the run as trump over
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night? >> i hope it's over. >> if he wins, you're back on? >> if he wins, i would imagine there might be some opportunity for that, but i want my weekends back so i can go be with my kids. >> i'm going to miss kate mckinnon as hillary. i'm sure they'll still work her in. >> so does alec baldwin come back? how does that work once the election is over? it's such a blur to me. >> do you have the weather? >> that's right. no matter what happens, the sun always rises and always we've got for your weather. some wet weather making its way into the pacific northwest. there's a frontal system stretching from the gulf all the way on up into new england bringing some showers. nothing too horrible, that's the good news. look at the heat down in southern california, 90s there. 40s and 50s in the northeast. 60s in the mid-atlantic states. and we're going to be looking at unseasonably warm weather. record highs from the plains on into the central rockies. look for wet weather along the mid-atlantic states, into the northeast some showers and
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this is breaking news with today's tmj4, house speaker paul ryan speaking right now about the historic presidential election. >> we'll listen in in a moment. we're waiting on hillary clinton to give her first remarks since last night's election. nbc will have a special report when that happens. we'll when that occurs. >> they don't feel represented by those in office. but donald trump heard a voice out in this country that know one else heard. he connected in ways with people no one else did. he turned politics on its head. and now, donald trump will lead a unified republican government. and we will work hand-in-hand on
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i want to congratulate my friend mike pence. mike pence is a good man a principle conservative and he will make a great vice president. i want to congratulate prevous. what he has done to rebuild our party is remarkable. i want to congratulate mitch mcconnell and our republican colleagues in the nature. senate. i want to congratulations ron johnson. spent four days in wisconsin crisscrossing the state urging all republicans to come together to unify to win. >> we are breaking away from speaker ryan's comments right now because of a special report with nbc. >> let's go to that report. here's matt lauer and savannah guthrie. >> and good morning again, everyone. this is an nbc news special report. house speaker paul ryan is speaking about the stunning results of last night's election.
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and the entire house leadership team. what a phenomenal job. look at it this way, our house majority is bigger than expect period we won more seats than anyone expected and much of that is thanks to donald trump. donald trump provided the kind of coattails that got a lot of people over the finish line so that we could maintain our strong house and senate majorities. now we have important work to do. many months ago republicans in the house united around a bold, specific agenda for this country. it offers a better way forward for america and it would help us hit the ground running as we work with donald trump to do this. we will honor the timeless principles that our country was founded on, liberty, freedom, free enterprise, consent of the governed, and we will apply those principles to the problems of the day. this is the kind of unified republican government that we set out to deliver. i want to close with this, there
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be very messy, and we do remain a sharply divided country, but now as we do every four years, we have to work to heal the divisions of a long campaign. i think president-elect donald trump set the perfect tone last night for doing just this, and i know president obama and secretary clinton are committed to bringing the country together. this needs to be a time of redemption and not a time of recrimination. we all need to rededicate great and making it a more perfect union. with that, let me take your questions. >> kelly o. >> critical of donald trump, you said you could no longer defend him and today clearly you are embracing him. some of your colleagues were critical of you thinking you had not embraced donald trump enough during the campaign. is your relationship with the president-elect and your conservatives in the house intact? can it go forward? >> think our relationship is fine.
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the last 18 hours. we spoke last night and spoke again this morning and i spoke to my good friend mike pence, as well. we've hit the ground running and we're talking about getting our transitions working together. look, kelly, when i say seven out of ten americans don't like the direction the country is going. they just voted. i think what donald trump pulled off is an enormous political feat and he heard the voices that were out there that other people weren't hearing and he just earned a mandate and we now have a unified republican government. closing days of the campaign whether it was criss-crossing america or criss-crossing wisconsin, we were making an appeal to our fellow citizens and we did just that and that's why i'm excited about where we are. yeah? [ inaudible question ] >> we had great conversations about how we work together on the transition to work together. we are getting our schedules lined up to meet to flush out
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how we go forward and yes, i'm excited about our ability to work together. >> what do you say to voters in wisconsin and nationwide who were concerned about during this campaign. president-elect trump's about women and latinos. what do you say to people who are concerned? >> i'll say to wisconsinites what i said to wisconsinites before the election. look at the issues and look at the direction of the country and look at the direction we've been going and where we need to go and look at what a unified pu you. i am proud of the fact that for the first time since 1984 wisconsin's ten electoral votes went to republicans. this is an enormous feat. frankly, you saw the marquette poll. charles, you saw it. donald trump turned this on its head. donald trump delivered the ten electoral votes and by the way, he helped elect a strong majority in the senate and a strong majority in the house. charles? >> you used the word mandate, you will repeal and replace obamacare, how quickly, how
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what do you say to those folks who just don't feel like he is going to be their president? >> i think after a tough campaign where people believe they were pitching so hard for one side or the other and the time is to heal and unify, this health care law, charles, is not a popular law. this is collapsing under its own weight and to your specific question about replacing and repealing obamacare, this congress, this house majority and this senate majority has demonstrated and proven we are able to pass that legislation and put it on the president's sk the problem is president obama vetoed it and now we have president trump coming who is asking us to do this. so with unified republican government we can fix this. we can fix these problems. look, it's not just a health care law that we can replace because we now have shown the willingness and the ability to do it. there are so many more things that i'm excited about. think about the laid off coworkers who see relief coming. think about the farmers in wisconsin who are being harassed by the epa and the waters of the usa and think about the ranchers
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the interior department or the laid off timber workers. there is relief coming. this is good for our country. this means that we can lift the oppressive weight of the regulatory state. we can restore the constitution. think about the conservative constitution respecting judges that will be nominated. this is -- >> we've been listening to paul ryan, speaking of the house in janesville, wisconsin, pledging to replace a republican agenda and we have other news happening in new york. >> let's swing our camera to new york city where hillary clinton is moments away from addressing her defeat for the first time. we did not see her last night after donald trump won that stunning victory, and the senior staff has assembled in this hotel room in new york city and we expect her to be moments away. andrea mitchell is in the room. andrea, are you get anything insight as to what we might hear
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will hear is a promise to be uplifting and to be hopeful and helpful. she talked to the president this morning and he called her -- he called her, i believe, savannah, and not the other way around, shortly after he spoke to donald trump. this room has been filled now with the staff, senior staff, joe crowley, the congressman who is so close to her and there were cheers moments ago when john podesta and jake sullivan and robby mook, the top staff shouts of "hillary, hillary" some of the people seated are longtime clinton friends, hillary clinton friends former diplomats and women friends who have traveled with her this long route who showed up on primary nights and who keep her cheered up when times were difficult along the way. so this is a gathering of hillaryland, if you will. a lot of them go back as ann stock does to the social secretary from the east wing
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allies that have long been involved in the project of hillary clinton becoming president of the united states. bill clinton will be here, as well, savannah and matt. so you're going to hear, i think a sad, but grateful hillary clinton today thanking supporters. >> andrea, stand by for a second. we have chuck todd in the studio. how hard a speech is this going >> she's done it before after losing to barack obama. this one's different. i've heard that this was hard to take. she really believed she was going to be the next president of the united states, and it was a -- i think, i -- i don't think my -- my guess is she's probably not ready to give this speech, but for the country she has to give this speech. >> this contrasts where they were 24 hours ago. the mood inside the clinton campaign was jubilant,
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>> i mean, look what they picked and they even created the big javits center which is on the west side of the glass ceiling. they threw in symbolism and they had katy perry ready to sing, lady gaga, cher, it was -- by the way, it's, like -- and as the elites were celebrating, look what happened with people. it is sort of -- when you look at it in hindsight, what a contrast. >> there are some long faces. those are top, top staffers of hillary clinton who have been on the road with her, both the secretary of state -- >> kerry mcauliffe's campaign in virginia, jake sullivan and robby is right next to him there, right behind him. he was on the '08 campaign and he's basically been planning her run for the presidency for eight years. >> as has she, we might add. >> yes. >> it's a moment, and i think
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is that there was such a big dust-up during the campaign after the debate when donald trump said he wasn't sure he would concede the election and so there became a lot of talk about what a graceful concession looks like and the peaceful transfer of power, if you're a fan of irony here it is because hillary clinton is now having to deliver that very thing. >> by the way, consider this, this may be the last major speech that we hear a clinton give as sort of as a head or as one of the heads of the democratic party. >> it's funny you say that because we all talked about if donald trump had lost this election, what kind of coverage would we give to him in the months and years ahead? so the question is what kind of profile does hillary clinton have? >> i think -- i think the democratic party has a history of this. when you lose, good-bye, and that happened to dukakis. that happened -- john kerry sort of recovered thanks to barack obama, but it happened to walter mondale.
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her. i think they're moving in a different direction. >> by the way, the clinton foundation took some serious hits during this campaign, came in for a lot of scrutiny, and what does that look like in the future? that has been the clinton family work for the last 15, 16 years. >> there's no shortage of democrats who were ever in clinton world who looked at the history of the clintons and said you know what? the clintons have succeeded, but always succeeded with them. bill clinton, both times he was on the ballot, democratic party lost senate seat, you know? she actually gained a senate seat last night on behalf of the party, but look at this, the party is a mess. >> chuck, do you have any insight -- i guess we can all assume and read the tea leaves but why it is last night that john podesta comes out and says we'll have more to say tomorrow and within the hour she calls and concedes to donald trump.
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her head was at, and i'll just leave it at that. >> not that they necessarily thought that there was more vote to count, but -- >> she wasn't quite ready to do this. not quite ready. this was apparently supposed to happen earlier this morning and it's been steadily delayed, you know, 15, 20 minutes at a time. >> this is, you know, this -- >> people forget politicians are human beings, too. >> this might be it, you know? this is -- this is sort of the period at the end of the political career here. it's a tough thing to do. my guess is the weight of the moment has hit her in some ways where the weight of the moment hasn't hit that crowd. and if you've talked to candidates who have run for office, obviously, they feel it personally, but they'll look at the sea of people who poured their lives into a campaign and
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>> jennifer palmery has worked for the clintons since 1996. >> and even though the mood there is incredibly somber and all you have to do is look at the images, i can assume she'll get a rousing ovation when she walks into the room. >> the personal loyalty the staff had for her was tighter than personal loyalty i remember for the staff and bill. it was interesting. hillary world is slightly different than bill world, and they look o crowd looks up to bill. it's just different. there is a connectivity to her. >> you almost have to say it, this looks like a wake. >> and when they do the forensics check and they look at the campaign that was, i mean, before the results came everyone was saying, wow, what a well-executed campaign this was. the results certainly throw that into a different light.
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three months has been this wikileaks and it got normalized in our system and it was john podesta's emails and i'll tell you what wikileaks did is it gave you a picture and they couldn't find a message. we saw how they were searching for a message and how she was going to connect with the democratic party that was going to move to her left. >> time kaine, we understand, will be introducing secretary clinton. he also loses in this effort. what's hisur >> this is the first election he's lost. you know, he has a very successful career, and a lot of people believed that he could -- he could be one of the leaders of the party. i -- i think he takes a hit on this one. i think he steps back. he is still from virginia. virginia is still a pretty good state to build a potential base from. i do think he has his own presidential ambitions, so i wouldn't be surprised if time kaine shows up in iowa or new hampshire. we'll start seeing that soon,
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the party out of power, you know, you guys laugh, but it will probably be in january. >> it's not that we don't believe you, we're not ready for it. >> 1400 days away to 2020. matt asked this question of you earlier, it's worth discussing again as you look at what may be one of the final political appearances, who is the head of the democratic party? right now obviously president the democratic party? >> chuck schumer is in operational control and he's senate leader and he is the guy that on capitol hill that stands up to trump or tries to hold up the agenda or fights for -- you know, basically playing to the base a bit and preparing democrats for the midterms. >> let's take a look at who's coming in. >> huma abedin, of course, her top aide and never far from her side.
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secretary clinton can't be far behind, as well and we do expect president clinton to be in attendance although we don't expect him to speak, and as i think matt, you mentioned, time kaine will introduce hillary clinton and -- >> i would imagine. >> you will see a fight to see what runs the democratic party. it's a campaign night. wife taking the podium. >> thank you so much.
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proud of hillary clinton. i am proud of hillary clinton because she has been and is a great history maker in everything she has done as a civil rights lawyer and the first lady of arkansas and first lady of this country and senator and secretary of state, she has made history in a nation that is good at so many thing, but has made it uniquely difficult for a woman to be elected to federal office, she became the first major party nominee, as a woman to be president and last night won the popular vote of
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accomplishment. it is an amazing accomplishment. i am proud of hillary clinton because in the words of langston yuw she's held fast to dreams and she was inspired at a young age an epiphany if families and children do well, a society does well and in everything she's done she's focused on that. we know she would have made sense, but we've never had a president who has made their whole career about empowerment and children and i was excited in the office and as i was to have my friend hillary there. i'm excited and proud of hillary because she has built such a wonderful team.
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beautiful and kind of comical parable in the new testament about a vineyard owner who hires people to work and he says i'll pay you this for a full day and then he hires people at noon, and say i'll pay you the same and those who started earlier in the day said hold on, we don't like this that you're treating everybody who came late just as well as you're treating us. i'll tell you something, here's what i've come to know so well about hillary, the team that she has assembled over the years of people who are so deeplyoy to her because she's so deeply loyal to them is inspiring, but i've seen that same degree of loyalty and compassion and sensitivity extended to the most recent folks who joined the team, the folks who came to the vineyard with just one hour to go. her loyalty and compassion of hillary and bill to people, if you're with you, you're with you, and that is something so remarkable and finally, i'm
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nobody -- nobody -- nobody had to wonder about hillary clinton whether she would accept an outcome of an election in our beautiful democracy. nobody had to ask that question. nobody had to doubt it. she knows our country for what it is. she knows the system that we have and its warts and blemishes. she's deeply in love with it and acceptit she's been in battles before where if it didn't go her way she accepted and and woke up the next day and battled again for the dreams she's held fast to and the love of country is obvious to everybody and obvious to everyone. i want to thank hillary clinton for asking anne and i to join this wild ride. we, about a week before she asked if i would be her running mate, anne and i went up to westchester and we sat down with
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chelsea and mark and with charlotte and aden for about three hours of conversation to try to determine whether we would be the right people to be on the ticket and when we got in the car to head back to the airport after the three-hour discussion ied to anne, honey, i don't know whether we'll be on the ticket or not, i'll tell you this, we'll remember that three hours for the rest of our life and now we'll remember the 105 days that we've had with this with you for the rest of our life. i'll say this, hillary and i know well the wisdom and words of william faulkner. they say they killed us, but they ain't whooped us yet. they killed us, but they ain't whooped us yet. because -- because -- because we
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we know that the work remains. we know that the dreams of empowering families and children remain and in that work, that important work that we have to do as a nation, it is so comforting even at a tough time to know that hillary clinton is somebody until her very last breath is going to be battling for the values that make this nation great and the values that we care so deeply about. so please join me in welcoming secretary hillary rodham clinton.
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>> thank you all. thank you. thank you all very much. thank you. thank you. thank you so much. a very rowdy group. thank you, my friends. thank you. thank you. thank you so very much for being here -- and i love you all, too. last night i congratulated donald trump and offered to work with him on behalf of our country.
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successful president for all americans. this is not the outcome we wanted or we worked so hard for, and i am sorry that we did not win this election for the values we share and the vision we hold for our country, but i feel -- i feel pride and gratitude for this wonderful campaign that we built together, this vast, diverse, civ energized campaign. you represent the best of america and being your candidate has been one of the greatest honors of my life. i -- i know how disappointed you feel because i feel it, too.
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americans who invested their hopes and dreams in this effort. this is painful, and it will be for a long time, but i want you to remember this. our campaign was never about one person or even one election. it was about the country we love, and about building an america that's hopeful, inclusive and bighearted. we have seen that our nation is more deeply divided than we thought, but i still believe in america, and i always will, and if you do, then we must accept this result and then look to the future. donald trump is going to be our president. we owe him an open mind and the chance to lead. our constitutional democracy enshrines the peaceful transfer
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respect that, we cherish it. it also enshrines other things. the rule of law, the principle that we are all equal in rights and dignity, freedom of warship and expression. we respect and cherish these values, too, and we must defend them. >> now -- and let me add, our constitutional democracy demands our participation, not just every four years, but all the time. so let's do all we can to keep advancing the causes and values we all hold dear, making our economy work for everyone and not just those at the top, protecting our country and
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breaking down all of the barriers that hold any american back from achieving their dreams. we've spent a year and a half bringing together millions of people from every corner of our country to say with one voice that we believe that the american dream is big enough for everyone, for people of all races and religions, for men and women, for immigrants, for lgbt people and peoplth for everyone. >> so now our responsibility as citizens is to keep doing our part to build that better, stronger, fairer america we
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i am so grateful to stand with all of you. i want to thank time kaine and anne holton for being our partners on this journey. it has been a joy getting to know them better, and it gives me great hope and comfort to know that tim will remain on the front lines of our democracy representing virginia in the senate. >> to barack and michelle obama, our country owes you an enormous
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>> we -- we thank you for your graceful, determined leadership that has meant so much to so many americans and people across the world, and to bill and chelsea, mark, charlotte, aden, our brothers and our entire family, my love for you means more than i can ever express. you criss-crossed this country on our behalf and lifted me up when i needed it most even 4-month-old aden who traveled with his mom, i will always be grateful. to the creative, talented, dedicated men and women at our
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across our country. >> you poured your hearts into this campaign. for some of you who are veterans, it was a campaign after you had done other campaigns. some of you, it was your first campaign. i want each of you to know that you were the best campaign anybody could have ever expected or wanted. >> and to the millions of volunteers, community leaders, activists and union organizers who knocked on doors, talked to neighbors, posted on facebook even in secret, private facebook
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sure your voices are heard going forward. >> to everyone who sent in contributions as small as $5 and kept us going, thank you. thank you from all of us. and to the young people in particular, i hope you will hear this, i have as tim said, spent my e for what i believe in. i've had successes, and i've had setbacks. sometimes really painful ones. many of you are at the beginning of your professional, public and political careers. you will have successes and setbacks, too. this loss hurts, but please, never stop believing that
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worth it. >> it is. it is worth it. and so we need -- we need you to keep up these fights now and for the rest of your lives, and to all the women and especially the young women who put their faith in this campaign and in me, i want you to know that nothing has made me prouder than to be
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>> now -- i -- i know -- i know we have still not shattered that highest and hardest glass ceiling, but some day someone will and hopefully sooner than we might think right now. >> and to all the little girls who are watching this, never doubt that you are valuable and powerful and deserving of every chance and opportunity in the world to pursue and achieve your
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finally, -- finally, i am so grateful for our country and for all it has given to me. i count my blessings every single day that i am an american, and i still believe as deeply as i ever have, that if we stand together and work together with respect for our differences, strengt o convictions and love for this nation our best days are still ahead of us. >> because, you know, i believe we are stronger together and we will go forward together.
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regret fighting for that. you know, scripture tells us let us not grow weary in doing good for in due season we shall reap if we shall not lose heart. so, friends, let us have faith in each other. let us not grow weary and let us not lose heart. i am incredibly honored and grateful for havind chance to represent all of you in this con sequential election. may god bless you and may god bless the united states of america. >> hillary clinton speaking to supporters and friends and family members here in new york city, composed, gracious, eloquent, hopeful, saying that she hopes donald trump is a president for all americans and saying we owe him an open mind and the chance to lead.
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moments in that speech. it can't have been easy to give. it's not the speech, chuck, that she thought she would, but having talked so much about the peaceful transfer of power, a graceful concession she showed what that looks like. >> she's done it twice. twice she's had to give these gut-wrenching concession speeches and the first one with barack obama and this one ten times rougher than the one she did in '08. she hit every note. she hit every single note that anybody would have wanted her to give whether you're a trump supporter or a clinton supporter, whether you're president obama or president-elect trump. she hit every note just right. >> a lot of tears in that room although none from secretary clinton. >> she got close. >> a couple of moments. the only thing you could
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from tim kaine and no one had to wonder whether she would accept the outcome of that election and a direct reference to donald trump in the closing weeks of this campaign. >> i guess it's a little dig. i might have not done it in a moment like this. i would have saved that for maybe the interview with "the new york times" or something. >> he got a lot of applause when he pointed out she won the popular vote. >> nancy pelosi put out her statement. she's still head of the house democrats and she brought up this and said because he won the electoral college and she won the popular vote he's got to vote in this outreach and i like this infrastructure plan. she actually, to me said, okay, she threw her cards down and said okay, i'll try to work with him. >> it occurred to me in watching this that the clintons have seen political phenomena from both directions. bill clinton was one himself all those years ago and hillary
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obama and she loses to donald trump. >> you missed one. >> which one? >> ross perot. >> and some would argue bill clinton was the beneficiary of that phenomenon and the double irony is that bill clinton, he did connect to the donald trump voter. the donald trump voter of 2016 was a bill clinton voter in 1996. >> we talked about that with james carville who is the old clinton hand. >> and he admitted last night when we asked him that, how much has this bot >> to lose that vote. >> he started, like, oh, i don't know how much i want to tell essentially. it bigs him. >> i thought there was an interesting part in what she just said in talking about being disappointed in not being able to break that glass ceiling at this level and spent the next minute or so speaking to young girls in this country encouraging them not to be disheartened by that failure and encouraging them to go out and attempt to do anything they can
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we've been in our office today and there have been some young laies in tears because they're disappointed this didn't happen for hillary clinton this time, and i don't think that had anything to do with politics. >> eight years ago, my then daughter said something oh, girls can't be president after she saw that hillary clinton lost to barack obama, and i immediately got this book called "grace for president." it's a terrific book about a and it teaches you about the electoral college, by the way. the 10, 11, 12, 13-year-old girls. they didn't see democrat or republican, they saw another girl. they saw a girl and my daughter has that placemat that's all men. so this was a -- the presidents' placemat and there was a connectivity and you would hear from the campaign especially with adolescent girls. >> well, she certainly has given a path for her supporters to
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important to them, but as matt mentioned, i think one of the most telling lines from her speech is when she said we owe to donald trump our open minds and a chance to lead, and i think in terms of her political opponent i think that's about the best you can hope. >> it's the american way. >> it's the american way and the right thing to do. >> the people have spoken. respect the people. >> and she had to do this because remember, during that would not commit to accepting what she's called it, horrific. that is horrific and so she clearly stuck by her words in this. you know, there are tears now, i can see. now that she's greeting people on a one-on-one basis, it seems a little more difficult. where does she go now? chuck, what happens? >> i assume that she throws herself into the foundation a little bit. that's something that became
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pursued that. i doubt she does another book. i've got to think she's got no more books in her on that front. >> don't forget she loves to talk about being a grandmother and when she was toying with the idea about whether to run she did talk about, you know, it might be nice to just be a grandma to these little kids, and as we all know that could be an enormous comfort. >> campaigns up end lives and i'm looking at huma aberdeen in the foreground here and you have about what has happened in her life over the last year or so. >> and her north star was hillary clinton, and that north star is not there. >> no. >> i mean, that's -- that is a tough position. look, that is -- having your marriage that public, nobody -- nobody wants that. >> we've now heard from secretary hillary clinton. we've heard from the speaker of the house and the los of
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is another voice that we expect to hear, president obama will address the election results from the white house.
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you could tell in the reaction when results came in. cheers, roars, almost disbelief from a lot of people in the trump camp and from the clinton camp, there werers of that sort of just that awe. trump gave his victory speech at around, i thought it was 3:00 i'm east coast. maybe it was 2:00. i was eating oreos and tostitos with lots of dip. i was a hog. >> you just went through it. >> that's what i do. anyway, so, this is a look at his speech. >> to all republicans and democrats and independents across this nation, i say it is
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one united people. it's time. i pledge to every citizen of our land that i will be president for all americans, and this is so important to me. for those who have chosen not to support me in the past, of which there w reaching out to you for your guidance and your help so that we can work together and unify our great country. >> yeah. you know what? i was probably thinking the less stressed he will be the next four years. right after you win, when everything is possible and i think the country is hoping that everybody does come together, because i don't think anyone's ever seen such a nation divided
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>> and it still is. still is. >> yeah. >> everybody feels for little baron, 10 years old. what a beautiful little boy. but it's 3:00 a.m. now and he's exhausted. you just know he is. >> yeah. >> secretary clinton decided, chose not to give a concession speech last night and it's coming up, depending on your time zone shortly. so last night's election was one of the things that took over all of social media. they said in the last 24 hours tweets using the #election2016 that shattered numbers from four years ago. >> since last august, there have been 1 billion tweets. >> yeah. >> about the election. more than that spent on it. >> i think it's goingto be important for people, family members who voted one way or the other, and everyone's coming together, there's thanksgiving, friends, there are lives, and by the way, anyone who's scared. people who were scared when
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up, crying. she was upset. trying to hug anybody i thought was afraid. don't you be afraid, but i think people need reassurance. there's somebody you feel is afraid or scared or worried, just give them a hug, because, you know, can you do that, and you can make someone feel a little bit better. >> and did you. >> why don't you hug me? >> oh, yes inchs love you. >> i love you, too. >> so a lot of people were -- was going to finally be shattered with a woman president. and some pundits are saying that america wasn't ready for a female president, and i don't agree with that at all. but -- >> yeah. i think some people say, i think because, it was, again, so divisive and people felt so viscerally about hillary clinton you wonder how much her being a woman played, but there have been pundits who said, look, there are certain people who would, just won't vote for a woman.
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>> i don't -- i don't know anyone like that. i got to be honest. i really don't. for me, for this election, i think for the whole country it was about the direction the nation is going. some of -- some people are happy with that, the way it was going. many, many, seven out of ten weren't. and a lot of people showed up and vote hood have not voted. i have a friend who's never voted in their entire life and came out to vote. i don't know how she voted but she came out to vote this time. >> a lot of people were first-time voters. >> good for the >> it really did strike a cord. by the way, hillary clinton is the only woman to have ever won a presidential nomination in major party. here's a fact. >> known fact. >> back in 1872, victoria woodville martin was the first woman to run for president. did you know that? >> no. then she was a leader in the women's suffrage movement. good for her. she didn't win either. maybe then, i think far more
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in any kind of authority. >> susan b. anthony's grave site is in rochester, new york. put stickers, i voted on her grave. a women's socialist, integral in women's rights. yeah. quite a sight, moving, no matter who you voted for. >> i always want the best person for the job. i truly an color-blind about it. i'm gender blind. i want somebody that, that i think is going to do the best job. >> i think it's going to be interesting. the republicans controlled all of congress. it will be what is, you know, what he wants. and it will be interesting to see what happens as result. everyone will be watching. >> all complained about gridlock. some people may not like what happens when the gridlock stops and things start happening. so we'll see. anyway, america has faith. much more difficult times, has faced much more difficult times
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>> announcer: making holidays jcpenneys. >> holidays are fast approaching. time to think about entertaining. >> yes. from plating to present aches, revealing secrets to setting and serving thanksgiving meals like a pro with the help of lifestyle expert jj caras. >> here on behalf of the wonderful jcpenneys. >> it's november. it's time. >> the holidays. how fun to start with a cocktail
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>> when guests walk in. start with little cocktails and cheese. come over here. >> you don't want to feed them too much. a feast is coming? >> right. i don't like a craft cocktail. three 2ki6 ingredients. cool, if you have tiered the tray, use it as a dessert tray and as a garnish for your drink. you r would you like a try? a little mint. give you -- >> okay. >> hodi likes lots >> hodi likes lots of -- >> mes. >> sure does. >> and cheers, ladies. >> isn't this fun? thank you so much. >> and moscow meal, it goes all season long. >> nice. >> ginger beer, use vodka or rum and lime juice. >> how about the wine glasses? how can you set them up pretty? >> i like a larger one. my secret, don't have to repour it.
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around. >> room temperature, usually. >> yes, room temperature. and white, smaller. how to make a fabulous -- >> how do you? >> i think a lot of people don't really know and it's so simple. the secret. you go clockwise, soft to hard with blue at the end. show you. start with goat, soft cheese, followed by our brie and mancheggo. of sorts? >> and gouda. gouda. >> and then gouda. >> and then bleu at the end. >> why are you dhoog? >> doing that? >> bleu at the end, soft on the palate. >> a very strong cheese. >> and fill in with spanish figs, almonds. >> beautiful. >> and the final plate. and, ladies, always leave your cheese out at, serve your cheese
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you don't serve it cold. so an hour before guests arrive put it out. it's the most flavorful. >> okay. >> we serve up our turkey. >> then our turkey. we've put so much time and attention on the bird all day. we're going to style him up. we've got to dress him up. greenery, fresh herbs, parsley. >> you want a -- >> a leg. >> sure. >> i'll style it with >> and thanksgiving. >> persimmon, oranges. >> look at me, taking over. >> come on! >> the plate at the end. go ahead, hodi. let you go. >> okay, baby. >> start with the rolls. then move to the hot and the turkey -- >> here. you want the yams? >> no thanks. i'll do potatoes. >> the turkey always goes at the end. >> exactly! >> the turkey goes at the end.
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silverware at the end so we're not going to -- >> oh! >> smart. >> no digging into the buffet. drinking at the buffet. >> oh, the gravy. >> gravy. >> ask you show us the table? >> yes. >> now, all your guests -- during your buffet -- >> leave your plates. >> okay. i got -- >> ready? >> come on. >> here we go. come on. let's go. >> now go and pig out. >> and the salad is there. i have a feeling. thank you, thank you. >> thank you. >> okay. oh, what a beautiful table! >> here's the table. >> okay. >> ooh -- >> uh-oh. now, alex has started eating without -- >> which is rude. >> without the host. you brought my napkin. >> not a surprise. >> and by the way, thank you. >> very pretty. >> what you do -- >> excuse me. >> signalling the start of the meal, the host or hostess takes out their napkin. okay? >> ah! >> and the napkin, it always go
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>> left of the plate. >> put your silverware out and then kathie lee is our hostess, say. signaled, she got it, and prayer. we fold it. fold it, and the shape on there. do a prayer. >> uh-huh. >> thank you, lord. >> and then we begin the meal. >> oh. >> and alex is already done. >> scold him, or not? >> well, you should wait until all guests -- it really depends on the size. >> a lot of people, there's a table rule, eat ithi and when everybody's finished -- >> i love the setting. simple but elegant. >> right. and wine son the table and candles. >> uh-huh. >> i also have a centerpiece that, it's low. under 12 inches. a great idea for a centerpiece so you can see. also something not too scented, because -- >> yes.
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this is an nbc news special report. here's lester holt. >> good day, everyone, from new york. we are standing by for the president. president obama to make a statement to the white house rose garden. these will be the president's first formal remarks since the country elected donald trump its 45th president at a stunning defeat of hillary clinton. let's take a look at the results. trump winning with 279 electoral college votes to 228 for clinton. even though clinton is ahead in the popular vote by a margin of just under 200,000. clinton and her first public remarks about the election. she spoke to her supporters and staff at a hotel here in new york. she said she hopes donald trump will be a successful president for all americans. >> we must accept this result and then look to the future. donald trump is going to be our president. we owe him an open mind and the chance to lead. our constitutional democracy
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and we don't just respect that, we cherish it. >> hillary clinton about an hour ago in new york. let's go to ron allen at the white house, as we await the president. ron, what do we any about the plans for the president to receive donald trump? >> we expect these to be brief remarks. here is the president now coming out of the oval office. >>d yesterday before votes were tallied i shot a video that some of you may have seen in which i said to the american people regardless of which side you're on in the election, regardless of whether your candidate won or lost, the sun would come up in the morning. and that is one bit of prognosticating that actually came true. the sun is up. i know everybody had a long night.
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i had a chance to talk to president elect trump last night about 3:30 in the morning i think it was to congratulate him on winning the election and i had a chance to invite him to come to the white house tomorrow to talk about making sure that there is a successful transition between our presidencies. now, it is no secret that the president elect and i have some pretty significant differences. but, remember, eight years ago president bush and iad pretty significant differences. but president bush's team could not have been more professional, or more gracious in making sure we had a smooth transition s th we cod hit the ound runnin qu thized ing he thjob is t presidency and the ve presidency is bigger than y of so i have ined mstructam to follow the example that president set bush'sght
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can to make sure that this is a successful transition for the president elect. because we are now all rooting for his success, in uniting and leading the country. the peaceful transition of power is one of the hallmarks of our democracy. and over the next few months we are going to show that to the world. i also had a chance last night to speak with secretary clinton and i just had a chance to hear i could not be prouder of her. she has lived an extraordinary life of public service. she was a great first lady. she was an outstanding senator for the state of new york. and she could not have been a better secretary of state. i'm proud of her. a lot of americans look up to her. her candidacy and nomination was historic and sends a message to
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the highest levels of politics, and i am absolutely confident that she and president clinton will continue to do great work for people here in the united states and all around the world. now, everybody is sad when their side loses an election. but the day after we have to remember that we're actually all on one team. we're not democrats first, we're not republicans first, we are americans first. we're patriots first. we all want what's best for this country. that's what i heard in mr. trump's remarks last night. that's what i heard when i spoke to him directly. and i was heartened by that.
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a sense of unity, a sense of inclusion, a respect for our institutions, our way of life, rule of law, and a respect for each other. i hope that he maintains that spirit throughout this transition, and i certainly hope that's how his presidency has a chance to begin. i also told my team today keep their heads up, because the remarkable work that they have done, day in, day out, often without a lot of fanfare, often without a lot of attention, work in agencies, work in obscure areas of policy that make government run better, and make
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more efficient and make it more service friendly so that it is actually helping more people, that remarkable work has left the next president with a stronger, better country than the one that existed eight years ago. so win or lose, in this election, that was always our mission. that was our mission from day one. and everyone on my team should be extraordinarily proud of yt and so should all the americans that i had a chance to meet all across this country who do the hard work of building on that progress every single day. teachers in schools, doctors and er clinic, small businesses putting their all into starting something up, making sure they're treating their employees well. all the important work that is
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families and congregations and every state, the work of perfecting this union. so this was a long and hard fought campaign. a lot of our fellow americans are exalted today, a lot of americans are less so. but that's the nature of campaigns. that's the nature of democracy. it is hard and sometimes contentious and noisy. it is not always inspiring. but to the young people who got into politics for the first time, and may be disappointed by the results, i just want you to know you have to stay encouraged. don't get cynical. don't ever think you can't make a difference. as secretary clinton said this
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right is worth it. sometimes you lose an argument. sometimes you lose an election. the path this country has taken has never been a straight line. we zig and zag and sometimes we move in ways that some people think is forward and others think is moving back. and that's okay. i've lost elections before. joe hasn't. but, you know. so i've been sort of -- >> you beat me badly. >> that's the way politics works sometimes. we try really hard to persuade people that we're right.
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and then if we lose, we learn from our mistakes, we do some reflection, we lick our wounds, we brush ourselves off, we get back in the arena. we go at it. we try even harder the next time. the point, though, is that we all go forward with the presumption of good faith in our fellow citizens because that presumption of good faith is essential to a vibrant and functioning democracy. that's how this country moved forward for 240 years. it is how we pushed boundaries and promoted freedom around the world, that's how we expanded the rights of our founding to reach all of our citizens, it is how we have come this far. and that's why i'm confident that this incredible journey that we're on as americans will go on. and i am looking forward to
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sure that the next president is successful in that. i said before, i think of this job as being a relay runner. you take the baton, you run your best race, and hopefully by the time you hand it off, you're a little further ahead. you made a little progress. and i can say that we have done that and i want to make sure that handoff is well executed because ultimately we're all in the same team. thank you very much, everybody. >> president taking no questions as he walks back into the white house. the president reflected there almost as if he is still grappling with the results and noting he was up at 3:30 in the morning with a conversation with president elect donald trump. chuck todd now joins me here in our election center. chuck, at moments there it sounded like the president was sketching out his own farewell
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going to be looming large now. >> it is. it is a conversation you don't get the third -- the quote/unquote third term and, you know, the big pledge among the new republican majority, both in the house, the senate and the presidency is to repeal your signature domestic program. obamacare. so and health care. so i'm not surprised that there is a little bit in there, but i thought he hit -- he hit all the right notes. again, this is -- this is important moments in our democracy. the two of them do not -- it is personal. but that was important to the democracy, the people spoke, that was a president who respected the fact that the people spoke. >> the people spoke, he said, we're all on one team and he made a specific note of how he was -- how the transition went from the bush administration to his and wanting to follow that example. and speaking very quickly of president bush, a quick statement, he said this morning, i called president elect donald
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election, goes on to say laura and i wish the president elect melania and the trump family all the best as they take on the responsibility and goes on a bit more. but that statement from george w. bush. to trump tower right now. peter alexander is standing by. we heard the president say he's invited president elect trump to the white house. do we know where that invitation stands and when it will be accepted? >> well, we don't know it has been formally accepted but i did hear from donald trump's campaign manager, kellyanne conway, that told me donald trump does look forward to meeting with president obama at the white hoe. we assume that will take place tomorrow. what was striking is within the last few minutes we're hearing for the first time from donald trump's inner circle a response to what hillary clinton's remarks were, describing it as a very classy speech, saying that it was an important step in bringing this country together. it is worth noting right now that they just temporarily shut down fifth avenue in front of trump tower here as donald
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york police and secret service are trying to sort out the security that now surrounds this man, bringing in giant barricades with huge sand trucks that surround the place as well. this has been a striking scene all morning long. we have seen international journalists, of course, but also protesters and supporters of donald trump, the debate that was the force behind this whole campaign for so many months continues in this country. >> peter, thank you, to the white house one more time and check in again with ron allen. what has the white house, have you observed this morning? >> like a funeral, lester. there are dozens of white house staffers who came out here in the rose garden to support the president and we see a lot of tears, a lot of hugging, a lot of trying to support each other and get their heads around what happened. i heard a very philosophical president obama talking about donald trump in a way he never had before. it was very striking but all about trying to keep the democracy going, take the high road, but what a difficult day
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ron, thank you. we'll continue to watch reaction to trump's election this afternoon, continuing coverage on msnbc and, of course, we'll
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>> announcer: the citi concert series on "today" is proudly presented to you by citi. >> earlier we met elvis duran's artist of the month and finally now it's time to hear him perform. >> yes. after writing or singing on kygo's international hits stole the show, parson james is busy working on his first album. >> and heard over a million times on spotify, here he is to do it for it's parson james. ? this might sound like a sad song ? but i just much move on because i was lost in pain ? and frankly, you're insane ? and you were no good for me and i was no good foyou ? hey ?
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another glass to a could have been ? running it back oh, my goodness ? first you want to feel it getting low and permanent and playing it back and thinking, oh my goodness ? i'm no good at hugging and kissing ? i don't think about love i'm so tired of swinging and missing ? i'm no good at no good at falling in love ? now, this mightound like a phantom, but i just wish i would haveoved m on ? ? because i wasost in pain and frankly you're insane ?
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me and i was never any good for you ? now this might sound like a sad song ? but i just wish you had moved on ? and you're insane and you were no good for me and i was no good for you ? hey, you really got the best of me because i've done been t and oh my goodness ? i'm so tired of lying and kissing ? i'm so sick of something revolving in love ? i'm so tired of swinging and missing ? i'm no good at no good at falling in love ? now, this might sound like a sad
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but i just smiled since you moved on ? i was in pain and frankly you're insane and you were never any good for me ? ? and i was no good for you ? and i let you get in the way ? missing ? i need to be loved but, no, no, no, no ? they'll be no crying today ? now, this might sound like a sad song ? ? but i just smiled sense you moved on ? because i was lost in pain ? and frankly you're insane and
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[ cheers and applause ] >> good song, parson. to hear all of elvises artists of the month, check out the play today. >> we are back in a moment, but first -- >> all: this is "today" on nbc. >> you were on nbc, baby.
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colder. come on. there's her bike. where is she? where is she, sebastian? where is she? >> hoda, sebastian can't hear you. >> yes, he can. watch. >> oh! >> can i just say -- first of all, she says, ready! and he knows that's the cue to go running. >> i'm sorry. nothing better than -- i'm going home to my dog right now. tomorrow, molly ringwald! >> oh, yeah. she's here. >> and a classic for mothers and daughters. >> if you want a new look for the holidays you know what we have? ambush make overers! >> and, bobbie is with us. have an awesome wines day, wednesday, everybody. what's tomorrow? >> thirsty friday. >> and friday, and then something saturday.
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next on live at noon-- concession speech. hillary clinton finally addressing her supporters after a stunning defeat. what she promised to president elect donald trump. then - moving forward. wisconsin congressman... and speaker of the house paul ryan on the election results. what he said this morning about working with presidency. no more seventies in no more no more seventies in sight... but not too bad for early november. brian gotter tells us what to expect the rest of the work week in the storm team forecast. i'm vince
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now at noon -- victory for trump. some celebrating... others beginning to digest what this means for the country moving forward. this morning... hillary clinton offered the concession speech she did not deliver last night. though she called donald trump... she did not address the packed room of supporters. many of them returned this morning to hear her reaction to the stunning loss. painful and will be for a long time but i want you to


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