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the only person other than dwight eisenhower to ever ascend to the presidency without ever holding a political office g evening, i'm lucy noland. >> i'm iain page. it became clear early last night that the pollsters were way off. of course it all comes down to reaching that magic number of 270 electoral votes and right now donald trump is at 279 while hillary clinton won just 228. fox news has yet to call a winner in arizona, michigan or new hampshire but so far arizona and michigan are leaning in trump's favor. fox 29's jeff cole joins us now. jeff, it was a long election night. >> a long historic election night. iain we didn't officially know the winner until this morning and it was an upset that took whole lot of people by surprise. today emotional hillary clinton offered to work with trump to bring together a country that she says is quote more deeply divided than we thought. >> this is painful, and it will be for a long time. >> it was an election that wasn't called until the early
morning hours. but the results were stunning. despite hillary clinton leading in most polls ahead of election day, donald trump swept key swing states like pennsylvania and easily surpassed the electoral votes need to do secure the presidency. >> i've just received a call from secretary clinton. she congratulated us, it's about us. clinton did not appear until late this morning when she addressed her failed bid to become the first fee nail president. >> i'm sorry that we did not win this election for the values we share and the vision we hold for our country. >> reporter: stark futures plumetted hundreds of points after the election was called but the markets rebounded today at some point they were up nearly 300 points. this morning, trump who had become known for his twitter use throughout the campaign tweets for the first time since becoming president-elect writing in part "the forgotten men and
women will never be forgotten again. we will all come together as never before "president obama spoke in the rose garden today saying while he could not be more proud of clinton, it was time to move forward. >> the peaceful transition of power is one hallmarks of our democracy. >> despite a nasty drawn out campaign, clinton says americans must accept these election results. >> donald trump is going to be our president. we owe him an open mind and the chance to lead. >> reporter: president obama called president-elect trump early this morning to congratulate him on his win. the president has invited donald trump to meet at the white house tomorrow. lucy? >> all right, thank you much, jeff. some protests erupted throughout the country right afterward trump's victory hit the air waves this is what it look like in oakland california. demonstrators you can see what happened right there. they sent set the fires in
middle of city streets and trying to block free ways while throwing things at passing cars. one those injured a person. >> a lot of people woke up this morning shocked at the results of the election. one of donald trump's biggest and most surprising wins was our own state of pennsylvania. state which typically goes blue went to the republicans. >> put them over the top. he won the presidency through the keystone state. first time republican nominee captured pennsylvania since 1988. our bruce gordon joins us live from center city to talk about the urban rule divide that marked the trump victory in pennsylvania. bruce? >> reporter: yeah, what divide it was. hillary clinton defeated donald trump by 600,000 votes in philadelphia and its four collar counties tuesday. how did trump capture pa? for the toons that question, go west. head out route 30 into the little lancaster county town of gap. you're a world away from philadelphia. >> everybody was happy today.
>> this is trump country. and brass eagle family restaurant folks were in a celebratory mood. >> when it came official what was your reaction. >> whoopie! i was very very happy. >> reporter: these ladies gather for lunch every other week. lillian changed her clothes based on the surprise out come of the election. >> you were prepared to dress in mourning colors, red and black if hillary clinton won. >> after that i changed to this. [ laughter ] >> reporter: these are victory colors? right. >> reporter: lancaster was the largest county in pa to go for trump 47,000 vote margin it was among 56 of 67 counties to vote republican. most of them rural, most of them conservative. >> with fox news channel providing background sound, diners talked to the sale let me majority that voted for trump over issues like obama care, syrian refugees, terrorism and character. >> he wants this country to be
great again. make america great and in his speechless last night he's president for all people. >> i was very much against mrs mrs. clinton because of all the nasty things that she's done. >> reporter: and some at least do not have much patience for the message center by democrats this election season to voters in the big city. which many rural residents view as a money pitt into which their tax dollars did he say appear. >> oh, i heard her talk was black votes, spanish votes, i never heard her say anything about the white working people. what about them? >> reporter: the folks we talked to today are not all blind trump loyalists. they are keenly aware that the new president inn her ritz a house an senate run by republicans. giving him no excuse not to keep his many promises. lucy? >> all right. thank you much, bruce. pennsylvania battle for u.s. senate had much of the nation watching with the balance of power in play.
now in the end it was a very good night for incumbent republican senator pat toomey. >> i've got to say, i am really deeply humbled by this victory. i am incredibly honored that the people of pennsylvania are giving me another term in the united states senate. >> toomey delivered his victory speech last night after beating democratic challenger katie mcginty it was close race thenned with toomey winning with 48-point 8% to mcginty'ss 47.3. mcginty was hoping to be the first female senator in the history of state. tight race was the most expensive senate race in pennsylvania history at $150 million. it's one of the most expensive ever in the nation. the election results are drawing all kinds of reactions from local leaders, philadelphia mayor jim kenney says while the out come is not what the majority of the city wanted, he's proud that many people made their voices heard and he says diversity what makes the city strong. >> i think if we stick together even with the unknown that's
coming, we will be stronger and a better city. we love each other. this is the city of brotherly love and sisterly love. nothing will change that. no one is going to change that. and we will -- we'll move forward together as one group of citizens. >> the mayor also congratulated all the election winners including trump and senator toomey. some of the results from last night's election are still coming in. if you missed thinking head to fox29.com to get caught up. let's check in with fox 29 weather authority now. you might still need those windshield wipers us a head home from work it's been a damp and dreary day as we take live look in south philadelphia and kathy is here to tell us more. >> damly and dreary and heavy rain coming down in some spots. moving into south jersey on ultimate doppler you can see this wining up and pushing through the city. south philadelphia down the expressway into places like washington township, williamstown, glass goer this is moving toward the southeast crossing route 40 and heading
towards millville and vineland if you live no those areas rounds of heavy rain moving in this evening right now the temperature is 54 degrees. the high today 56. winds out of the north northwest these are the winds of change. temperatures right now, mainly in the 50s. 42 degrees in the poconos. as we speak and temperatures will be falling during the evening hours. so lingering showers at 7:00. damp and mostly cloudy at 9:00 and then slowly clearing bite 11:00 o'clock hour as temperatures dip into the 40s. now coming up/big changes moving our way. the sun will return tomorrow. expecting gusty winds and the coldest air of the season will be blowing in right in time for the weekend. we'll have those numbers coming up later in the broadcast. >> all right, talk to you soon, kathy. in wilmington, fire officials are trying to figure out what started a fire at a abandoned warehouse early this morning. four alarm fire burned out of control for hours at a vacant building that riddle avenue and mill road. tanker trucks from pennsylvania and delaware and new jersey all helped out because of water supply issues.
fire officials say they had a rough time battling this one. >> the location is what made it difficult. it sits on the river. so there's very limited access to the buildings. so therefore we are using a lot of ground ladders. >> no one is injured and the fire did not damage any other property. investigators in montgomery county are trying to figure out what started a fire in lower merion township. it happened around 11:00 this morning along the 100 block of grays lane. initial reports say the fire may have started in the basement. firefighters were able to get things under control in about 30 minutes. it's not clear yet if anyone was hurt. amazing story of recovery. the atlantic city police officer shot in the head is back home tonight. officer josh goodell left months rehab yesterday and doctors, nurses and fellow officers all cheered him on. early september gunman shot goodell as he report responded to a robbery at the caesars
casino parking garage. >> philadelphia police have arrested the man they say sped off from a traffic stop hit a police car and then tried to run away. it started last night along the 6200 block of north 21 street in olney. vessel gators say officers pulled over 31-year-old alan terrell but he sped off. cops say terrell then ended up crashing into another police cruiser at 21st and conlin street before he got out of the car and ran off. officers were able to get him in custody. two officers are at einstein medical center recovering from injuries from that crash. many people woke up today still stunned by the results of last night's election. but what affect has it had on children? what parents are saying to their kiddos tonight. >> the news of donald trump impending victory caused some panic on wall street last night. where did the mark finish the day after the big election? >> marijuana once again a big issue on ballots in many states. which states joined the growing list for recreational pot is now legal. >> reporter: new at 6:00 man
christie's administration. it seized major decisions-making power from the cash strapped shore town today. the move comes after the state's local finance board voted to take action. ac is half a billion dollars in debt. the state now has the power to sell city assets to get the shore town in better financial shape. it can also reverse some decisions made by city council and also break union contracts. you decide 2016. the day after the election is especially emotional time for many americans. some are celebrating. others are mourning and many people are upset and concerned about the divide in our country. >> however some people in our area are already making positive changes to unite with one another in this time of need. fox 29's dave kinchen live in roxborough tonight many people are hopeful. dave? >> reporter: yeah, iain and lucy, so much of this comes down to time, time provides healing and perspective and we found people on both sides of this election who say both are needed as soon as possible. >> as a democrat who supported secretary clinton it's very disappointing. >> reporter: reverend doctor
mark tyler looking hound the bitter partisan politics that divide the the region and the nation says it will take a lot of work and faith to repair the damage caused by the most contentious presidential election in modern history. >> there will be a time to hully do demonstrations and protests and things of that nature, but today is a day where we i think step back and respect what democracy is all about. >> reporter: leader of mother bethel ame church in society hill is starting the healing by talking with his emotional congregation giving the same message he gave to his children. >> there's a chant in many of the protest today's that says, this is what democracy looks like. and unfortunately, this is also what democracy looks like that sometimes you don't win when you fight really hard. >> reporter: in places like roxborough, many are hopeful that gap can be bridged. >> i think it's going to happen now. >> reporter: you think people will come together? >> absolutely. i mean i watched obama this morning very gracious, congratulated trump.
hillary congratulated him. so i think it's all going to come together. >> you get into an urban area like this and you think everybody is leaning to the left and in reality you get out to the heartland it's not that way at all. so it just comes down to respect for our fellow man. >> a lot of division and there still is inside the party and outside of the party. >> reporter: ren nay am more deputy chair of the republican party and despite her candidate winning communication is critical to the healing that is needed. >> i feel bad for them even though i'm glad we won. you still feel bad for people in so much pain. we're ready to make it right. we want everybody to come together or we're not going to be able to do anything if we don't. >> reporter: both sides telling us tonight they believe unity will come but of course no one saying that it will be easy. lucy? >> all right, thank you, dave. you know, presidential election, of course, grabs the attention of everyone and not just those who are old enough to vote. campaign cycle lasts well over a year, and constant coverage of the candidates, children cannot
help but see the tough battle for the white house. >> now the election day is behind us. how are young people taking it all in? our dawn timmeney set out today to find out and joins us in the studio. dawn. >> lucy and iain parents really talked to their children about this election and it was evident they were informed about the candidates and the issues. it was rather fitting that young people were visiting the birthplace of america today, independence national hit historical park one day after historic presidential election. many eager to share their thoughts on the out come. >> my sister came downstairs crying say donald trump is president. and i didn't really like -- i didn't really mind if donald trump was president or hillary clinton none of them were a prize to be won. >> others felt strongly about their candidate. high school senior brook macnamara and her family went door to door campaigning for trump. >> she's a criminal. i'm very happy 18-year-old voter i'm honored to be able to vote for trump. >> do you think he'll be a good president?
>> um, maybe if he does what he says. >> reporter: this dad says he felt the nastiness of the election sent the wrong message to our children. >> before she went to bed last night i told her, regardless of whoever gets voted in to office, it's going to be okay. >> the idea that hillary clinton could be the first woman president of the united states was inspiring. >> it did cross my mind thinking, you know, she can do it, then maybe the rest of us could. maybe there's a chance we can do it, too. >> i think it would be cool if i was living when the first girl president of america was president. >> reporter: seven-year-old callie and her family talked a lot about the election. the second grader says she's disappointed trump won, and she's concerned for her future. >> it's kind of upsetting because i'm turning 10 in a few years, and he'll be president when i'm turning 10. >> reporter: this 11-year-old trump supporter disagrees. >> he's going to make america great again. >> no shortage of opinions from seven-year-old toss 18-year-old
first time voter no matter who they supported all the children i talked to hoped that donald trump will stand up to the challenge and be a good 45th president of the united states. iain and lucy? >> let's hope so p few years i'll be 10. >> she was so cute. [ laughter ] all right. dawn. pennsylvania state police now have a new facility. today in wynnefield the troop k officers dedicated the new building. ceremony also included a drill. the opening of the building has been delayed due to the papal visit in part but and the dnc construction began back in march of 2014. getting ready for the holiday season and aiming for your smart phone. how they're doing it through the app store. >> did the simpsons actually predict a donald trump presidency? we'll show how you how they called it more than a decade ago. it's intense flames firefighters have struggled to get under control. it's so big, it is forced people to stay in their homes all day. why the battle is such a tough
in port richmond police need your help finding two armed men who robbed a delivery driver. police say last month the 37-year-old driver had just returned from making a delivery for a chinese restaurant on the 2300 block of east westmoreland street. now, police say the men threatened the delivery guy. he was in his car. they got away with his cash, with his wallet. if you have any information, call police. prosecutors in chester county just made a big arrest. >> they say they caught the guy who shot and killed a man in front of a group of kids. 22-year-old sharon purnell in prison tonight after being held without bail. investigators say he shot and killed a man near sixth avenue and belmont street in coatesville in october. according to prosecutors it all started when the victim kevin jal bear got into a physical confrontation with purnell. he shot the man several times right in front of a group of kids. jal pair died no one else was hurt. in center city police are hunting for a man who stole two phones from a driver when he ran into wawa. police say a 33-year-old delivery driver just park
outside the wawa in south broad when the burglars snuck into the truck. he took two samsung galaxy phones valued about $900. now police believe the burglar is in his mid 20s. you recognize him, call police. fire officials in new york say a light bulb may be to blame for inferno at a steal plant outside of buffalo. take look at this. officials issued a shelter in place for people living near bethlehem steal in lackawanna. one city worker says a hot light bulb may have fallen on to some cardboard sending the entire plant up in flames. you can smoke for miles. the intense heat and flames caused the roof to collapse. firefighters say the building was filled with flammable materials that made getting upper hand on the fire tough for firefighters. >> something things in there plastic recycling operation and some other things, um so there's multiple thing burning it's complicated. >> the entire plant stretches for more than six city blocks. officials say the plant was
about 60 to 70% occupied with several businesses. marl want once again a big issue on the ballots in many states. which states joined the growing list for -- move for recreational pot is now legal? >> do you worry about your child being bullied at school? why experts say they could be at a greater risk of being bullied inside your home. kathy? in weather we're talking about another round of rain moving its way through the delaware valley but this will be out of here in a couple of hours. then cooler, drier air moves in. the coldest air of the season on tap for this weekend. we'll help you prepare when we come back.
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marijuana and grow six plants that means marijuana is now legal recreationally in the entire west coast. voters in massachusetts, maine and nevada also passed recreational pot initiative ini. florida, arkansas, montana and north dakota voters approved the use of medical marijuana. >> philadelphia police are working to find the group accused of robbing a domino's pizza delivery driver. it happened at the apartments in mt. airy last month. according to police, the 61-year-old driver was confronted by a woman who said she wanted to order for free. that's when cops say another guy punched the driver in the face while two other men stole his car. the driver though is not serious hurt. time to check in with your fox 29 weather authority. gray and drizzily day in our area. i like this. >> i know do you. >> i do. >> when is the sun coming back? meteorologist kathy orr and scott williams have your complete forecast in 15 seconds.
cloudy, damp and drizzlely rainy you name eight slow go for the evening rush if you're waiting for someone to come home it will take little while. we still have green on the ultimate doppler radar screen and you can see that counterclockwise swirl compliments of an area of low pressure and front moving through the region. so that heavier rain moving toward millville and vineland and cumberland county. for the rest of us/lingering showers that will give way to drying conditions. when you add up the rain from the day, not a lot of it, but persistent and a bit of a nuisance. in trenton about .20 of an inch. lower accumulations down the shore. millville you'll pick up another tenth of an inch with that heavier rain moving n wilmington a third. in philadelphia a quarter of an inch of rain. we are below average for the month so we do need it but slowing things down a bit. this is a look at market street, of course n old city philadelphia with light rain falling. today's high in philadelphia made it to 56.
little bit milder in wilmington. ac, mid 50s the same in trenton, allentown and in pottstown. the average high for this time of year is around 59 degrees. so right now, 41 in the poconos. 52 in allentown. 51 in reading. 52 in lancaster. and that cooler air will be working its way in during the early morning hours. so the area of low pressure that's over us right now will be sweeping off the coast and during the day tomorrow, fare weather high pressure builds in. now we will be seeing the clea clearing skies and temperatures on the cool side but the biggest chill is going to come over the course of the weekend. scott and i were going through the models and the numbers. and scott, we're talking about the coldest air of the season. >> yeah especially across the philadelphia area north and western suburbs. so far the low in philadelphia this year has been 38 degrees. we'll probably drop several degrees below that. but look at the 3d satellite, kathy. you can see the clouds, the showers from today. that will be clearing come tomorrow bringing us the return
of sunshine but watch what happened with the jet stream. it's been kind of cloudy, cool and damp today. we'll recover a bit tomorrow. but friday evening we're watching winds of change blustery conditions and that colder air will be coming down from canada some of the coldest temperatures once again will arrive on saturday. so look at those winds by friday night we're talking gusting up to 30 miles an hour atlantic city, millville, wildwood and dover. so that will bring the cold start to the upcoming weekend. what about those temperatures on saturday morning? we're looking at those lows in the 30s once again, probably in the mid 30s for philadelphia. north and west below freezing. as we move toward saturday afternoon high temperatures for much of the area only in the 40s. look at the average high for this time of year. it's in the upper 50s. so well below average on your saturday. we'll break down the forecast. we have the walk to end alzheimer's on saturday. a chilly start. 37 the low in philadelphia. temperatures only topping out
around 49. some recovery by sunday afternoon. but a chilly start. look at that low, 36 degrees headed to the link we're talking temperatures right around 58 degrees and that's back to average for this time of year. kathy. >> i don't want to look. don't make me look. it's been so warm. but the change obviously has to come sooner or later. allentown tonight a few lingering showers, but beginning to dry out for the rest of us it will be a clear and cold overnight period. in the city going for a low of 41. the suburbs 36 degrees. during the day tomorrow, scott mentioned we rebound to seasonal less. and temperatures will be in the 50s. as we look at your seven day forecast, friday veterans day 58. saturday that is the big chill. we also have to talk about wind chills saturday morning could be in the 20s in some spots. we'll bundle up for the walk. sunday rebounding to 58. monday, tuesday and wednesday, a gradual increase in temperatur temperatures. still around average for this time of year. but plenty of sunshine and by
then, we are entering the mid period of the month. right now we are 3 degrees above normal for the month. temperatures will be averaging out during next week. that's a look at the seven day forecast. we'll send it back to you. >> all right, thanks much kathy. scammers are getting ready for the holiday season. they are aiming at your smart phones. how they're doing it through the app store. simpsons actually predict a donald trump presidency? we'll show you how they called it more than a decade ago. >> at 6:00 o'clock more on this historic election. what could make president-elect trump's job in the white house easier than it was for president obama.
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stocks staged a massive turn i was round today. you know that dow futures were down nearly 900 points at one time over the overnight hours. at the end of trading though today the dow shot up 256 points to finish 18,589. >> we did see the futures rebound significantly but once we got close to the opening we were down about 25 points s&p futures as soon as the market opened significant buy program came in and rallied this market immediately. >> investor companies drug makers and banks gained the most today. turns out the creators of simpsons actually predicted a donald trump presidency long before the billionaire himself even thought about running. >> as you know we've inherit writted quite a bunch crunch from president obama. how bad is it secretary van haughton. >> we're broke. >> the country is broke. >> that episode from the year 2,000 called bart to the future. lisa has license elected president and must contend with
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♪ stunned country woke up to new president-elect this morning. donald trump pulling off the upset over hillary clinton was not just a surprise here at home. >> around the world reaction is exactly as you might imagine. fox benjamin hall has details. >> reporter: congratulations are pouring from around world. u.s. president-elect donald trump some more enthusiastic than others. >> celebrations are underway in his wife melania's hometown in slovenia. >> trance answer i'm happy for melania it is part of her dreams and we're happy if she succeeds. >> reporter: some world leaders are moving forward cautiously. france's says the election opens period of uncertainty. >> translator: certain positions taken by donald trump during the american campaign must be confronted in light of values and interests that we share with the united states. >> reporter: german chancellor angela merkel says she hopes both countries can move forward with respect for human dignity regardless of race, gender,
religion or sexual orientation. >> translator: on the basis of these values, i am offering the future president of the united states of america donald trump close cooperation. >> reporter: while relations between the u.s. and russia have been strained, president vladimir putin says he is been watching the presidential race carefully and his country will do its part to improve the situation. >> translator: russia is ready and wants to restore the full fledged relations with the united states. >> reporter: soldiers in iraq say no matter who won the white house, their mission stays the same. >> that's kind of the attitude here today. all right. we had an election. now let's get moving forward with the mission just like we did yesterday. >> reporter: here in the uk british prime minister congratulated trump saying they would remain partners in trade, security and defense. in london, benjamin hall, fox news. >> there may be some truth to those threats made by anti trump people who said they were going to leave the country and head to canada if he won. couldn't made yann immigration
website crashed last night as the results began to to come in. twitter exploded with posts in english and french the message at the page could not be found was all you saw and get this, for those serious about heading north of the border there's a dating site dedicated to hooking up americans with their northern neighbors it's called maple match. >> of course it is. turning to health news now going to the dentist isn'ting in something a lot of people get excited about but it turns out a trip to get your teeth checked can benefit more than just your mouth. dr. oz is here now to explain. ♪ >> if you one of those people who shies away from the dentist's office there's new reason to overcome your fear and get back in the chair. new study found that not going to the dentist can put you at a higher risk for pneumonia. researchers look at data for more than 26,000 people, and found that those who never got dental checkups were 86% more likely to get pneumonia than people who visited the dentist twice a year. pneumonia lung infection one of
the ways we get it when we inhale bacteria or virus into our lungs. and our immune system can't fight it off. dental carey duces the am of pneumonia causing bacteria like staff and strep in your mouth that lowers the chance they'll get into your airways and into your lung. new known ya serious illness and can be fatal especially for older people. do everything tuck avoid it this winter. get your flu shot and talk to your dock about pneumonia vaccines if you're over age 65. >> you can catch the dr. oz show here on fox 29 weekdays at 1:00 p.m. social media could help you get to the gym more. researchers tracked 800 students who signed up for an 11-week exercise program. at the end of it, those who attended the most classes wouldn't prices. researchers dividerred participants into four groups in the group that tracted their progress on social media, well, they were more likely to actually get to the gym. researchers say the findings show the positive impact of social competition. how it can have an and force healthy behavior the study
appears in the journal preventive medicine reports. are you someone who worries about your kid getting bullied at school the truth is more kids are getting bullied online or through their phones. >> and as a parent you may feel helpless. but exerts say you can take a number of steps to help your child feel safe. fox's laura inn gill reports. >> reporter: bullying has long gone on in person. but as use of the internet and other electronic devices grows, bullies have gone online launching their attacks around the clock. >> cyber bull leg is pretty prevalent. we find that with kids and adolescents a pretty big problem right now. lots of kids don't really know how to socialize with each other appropriately and online platforms just give them another way to interact where they're mott monitored by parents or teachers. >> reporter: centers for disease control and prevention latest data shows 16% of adolescents have been bullied through their cell phones or the internet. the result can leave kids without self-he is steep,
feeling anxious and depressed. and parents feeling helpless. experts say keeping the lines of communication open can help. >> so i think parents need to have general conversations with their kids about being able to speak up for themselves. for some kids that will come naturally they'll be able to as sorry themselves and tell a bully, stop yorks like it when you talk to me that way much this is not okay. but for other kids they may need more of advocate. >> if you find out your child is a vick tough cyber bullying the first step parents should take to collect evidence. having access to your child's social media and taking screen shots of their phones. >> parents have to be open with their kids. we need access to your phone. so that we have evidence to support the fact that you were being bullied. so, yes, we want our kids to be able to use their social media and use their phones as they want. but what's more important is we keep them safe. report roar telling your child you need to take action and see what they've posted online may cause some additional anxiety.
psychologists say while it may be uncomfortable for you both, you need to redried it out. >> it's normal for kids to freak out when they're confronted with a possibility of their parent going to administration or going to another parent to let that person know about bullying that is happening. so that's natural anxiety that might come along with not wanting to confront a situation. not every kid will freak out. some kids may actually be relieved that they're parents are stepping up for them. >> reporter: researchers are trying to get more evidence on cyber bullying and its effects but this is difficult as studies and surveys may not always accurately capture social media trends. in new york, laura inn gill, fox news. isn't in speech last week heriot here in the philadelphia melania trump pledged to ask first lady focus on putting an end to bullying on social media. is your closet a mess, you just can't figure out what to do with all of that clutter? how to master your master closet and safe money.
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donald trump has won the election which means guaranteed job for someone else and that would be alec baldwin does he quite a donald trump on saturday night live. he doesn't hate trump but he's someone he doesn't admire. the actor says when it comes to the sketches on snl he relies on the show's writers to craft his trump impersonation. now, trump is slammed baldwin's impersonations and baldwin himself says when snl first asked him about doing it, he said no. now if you want to be clutter free, fox's says the experts to share gets the experts to share their secrets on how to tackle the trouble spots in your home. >> she shows us thou master the master closets to save you time and money. >> ♪ >> it's an epp pep dim mick of clutter. >> we have toothpaste, we've got epipen. we have hand soap.
we have the stuff from my daughter got her ears pieced if you're looking for, you know, any type of medicine digging through all of this. >> can't find. >> more sheets and things and clothes and hats. >> when it comes to closets -- >> we toss it and it kind of lands as it does and then to get it down you know i'll just take a hanger of some sort of try and hook it. avalanche. >> bring it down along with whatever -- >> everything else. >> accidentally by repeats of products. >> so getting organized means saving money. >> when you have little kids running around you don't have a lot of time. so usually just kind of grab something put it in there. i'll come back and do it and then you don't. >> to help busy mom lorraine with her master bedroom, and bathroom closets, we bring in kristin fisher of imagine home organization. >> how bad. >> very very typical. >> she shares her secrets to keeping any closet organized in these simple steps. >> the first thing is sorts. like i said take everything out. sort all of your like items
together. >> ♪ report. >> i did not know i had this much stuff. >> this is a lot of stuff. >> ♪ >> after you sort all your stu stuff, prioritize. decide what you really need. >> why are you keeping shower caps? [ laughter ] >> people come over and say can i have a shower cap? >> reporter: then container rise. >> what people try to do often is buy the container and then figure out what's going to go in it and really you have to figure out what's the size of the thing what are the home -- what's needed and find out was need. >> items go by the containers don't take a trip to the store. i will get excited by organizing by going to the store. >> the key is to have a quick and easy place to return belongings. >> i always sort by the type of clothing and i color code people think that's kind of ocd and how am i going to maintain it's
surprising easy to maintain it gives i was very specific home. instead of your home being t-shirts, your home is black t-shirts. you know exactly where to put things. >> remember this is where we started with the bathroom closet and now look. how about the bedroom closet? this was before. and here we are after. in both you can see the results of sorting, prioritizing container rising. and that is your action plan if you want to be clutter free. >> something that you think you can keep up? >> i think so definitely. >> ♪ donald trump is going to be our president. we owe him an open mind and the chance to lead. >> after a stunning defeat, hillary clinton asked americans to come together and now the nation prepares for a major transition. >> peaceful transition of power is one of the hallmarks of our
democracy. >> i say it is time for us to come together as one united people. >> tonight how the country will go about building unity after a long fought election season. ♪ >> live from center city in philadelphia this is fox 29 news at 6:00. after the nasty yesterday election cycle in modern american history donald trump is now the president-elect and now the billionaire businessman is promising to unite people of all parties. how to unite a nation that has significant portion stunned that's the question. good evening, i'm lucy noland. >> i'm iain page. the out come of the presidential election may have left many shell shocked but now it's part of the history books and we all have to find a way to move forward. >> 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. this is an inter mural scrimma scrimmage. we're not democrats first, we're not republicans first. we are americans first. >> donald trump is scheduled to head to the white house tomorrow. our jeff cole shows us how leaders are making nice after a contentious race. jeff? >> reporter: iain, the first visit comes after challenger hillary clinton delivered her own somber but gracious concession speech today. hours after trump officially claimed the white house. now, loaders in both parties are vowing to work with president-elect trump after he spent more than a year making some political enemies. >> this is painful, and it will be for a long time. >> emotional hillary clinton delivering a concession speech the day after a stunning upset. before teary eyed supporters she you were the the divided country to unify under president-elect donald trump. >> we owe him an open mind and the chance to lead. >> reporter: former secretary