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there were a few people... i'm reaching out to you for your guidance and your help to that we can work together and unify our great country. >> late this morning, hillary clinton accepting trump's win addressing her supporters. she had a message for that and for donald trump stressing the importance that everyone come together as a nation. >> i hope that he will be a successful president for americans. 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. >> and president obama called
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committee to make the transition between administrations a smooth one. in the newsroom, i'm kim khazei, 7news. >> and emotions took a turn as hillary clinton's numbers plunged. >> kimberly bookman is in the control room with more on this. >> jadiann, in many ways welt lete college is where it all began for hillary cnt chicago in 1965 and some say it's where she found her voice and developed her activism. last night some of her classmates, other alum and current students gathered for a watch party as results came in, and when the numbers started to show things weren't going in clinton's favor, the room got quiet and many of them looked on in disbelief. many of them took it very
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>> like so many people died for the women's' right to vote. people died for -- that's a lot darker than i intended. >> and now many of the women at the college had donated to the clinton campaign whether knocking on doors or making calls or simply writing a check. today the students said it's not how they would want the race to end but they would rally on. 7news. donald is on board with this choice. protestors taking to the streets overnight. it's kind of dark but they're all over the streets there. chris clackam has reaction from across the u.s. to trump's victory. >> reporter: from portland oregon to pennsylvania avenue, even before sunrise wednesday, americans were reacting to what happened tuesday. >> i think that trimp is just gonna be much better for our country. >> i think donald trump does not
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protocol. >> reporter: indeed it's either celebration or sorrow that rules this day. the day after donald trump surprising victory, voters as evenly split as they were voting. >> hillary was scary from the point of the view of the supreme court. >> i do believe in the american dream, but america's just not ready for it yet. >> with newspaper headlines from across the country, blaring the historic results, many voter >> he won, and he's the president of the united states, and we just have to accept that. >> reporter: and there's certainly reaction beyond our borders. this is in moscow where a group of russians celebrated trump's win. >> this is the victory that the american people brought the whole world. >> reporter: many though feeling like this... >> i'm confused. i'm hoping for a good outcome, but i don't know. >> reporter: but maybe he does.
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and many people took their excitement and frustration to twitter. several celebrities and politicians all tweeting their take on the news. former massachusetts governor and g.o.p. presidential nominee mitt romney tweeted this, best wishes for our duly elected president. may his victory speech be his guide and preserving the public his aim. >> so the web site for canadian immigration crashing overnight. online services for moving to canada spiked overnight as the trump. the web site back up and running today. reaction on this coming in from all over the world. 7's nancy chen has more on that. >> reporter: russian president vladimir putin's relationship with trump has been controversial, offered his congratulations to the president-elect by telegram and also gave a television address. >> we have been following this campaign with attention, and i would like to congratulate the american people with the end of the election cycle. i also want to congratulate about donald trump with his
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>> putin going on to say russia is ready to restore full-fledged rehabilitations with the united states. >> we understand this will be difficult but we are ready to play our part in it and do everything to be able to return russia america relations to a stable and sustainable development track. >> reporter: trump's relationship with putin was constantly questioned during the campaign. >> i do have a relationship with him, and i think it's very interesting to see what's happened. i have no relationship with putin. i don'hi i've never met him. >> reporter: meantime the british prime minister says the u.s. and u.k. will remain strong and close partners on trade, security and defense. >> we have a longstanding and enduring special relationship, which is built on our shared values of freedom of democracy and enterprise. and i look forward to working with president-elect trump to ensure that we can maintain the security and prosperity of our two nations in the future. >> reporter: the tone from
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though he congratulated trump, he says the victory opens a period of uncertainty requiring a strong france and a united europe. merkel congratulated the president-elect and underlined the relation between germany and the united states. one of the campaign's most controversial policies was his promise to build a wall between mexico and the united states. >> this isn't one of those deals where they jump over it. they go to home depot, b ladder and jump over the wall. this is a trump wall. >> reporter: but on wednesday mexican president enreek qu? pee even toe posted on twitter that he's ready to work with trump. >> and the chinese president congratulated trump with a telegram saying it's hoping to work with the new u.s. government to boost relations. in the newsroom, nancy chen, 7news. and donald trump's presidential election certainly making headlines across the
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the point and others show a more dramatic root, the daily news went with "house of horrors." democrat hillary clinton's defeat has many supporters shell-shocked in maine, among them hometown author steven king. he tweeted this morning that he's going off-line, saying there will be no more book relations, politics or using the pictures for the immediate future i'm shutting while trump collected one in maine and donald trump's youngest son was front and center during his father's victory speech. the 10-year-old was on stage with the rest of the family after trump won, but he doesn't seem to be as thrilled as the rest, visibly rolling his eyes, going viral online overnight. donald trump's historic win shattering the norms of traditional politics, the country choosing a man who's never held elected office.
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from the spotlight or from conflict on his way to victory. here's 7's alex deprado. >> today the nation's newspapers headlining the upset, drurch will become the first person since dwight eisenhower to have never held office before becoming president-elect. he did it all along battling members of his own party. even criticizing john mccain, who was once a prisoner of war. >> i think he may owe an apology to the who have sacrificed in con. >> here's what i know, drurch is a phony, a fraud. his promises are as worthless as a degree from trump university. >> reporter: trump began to campaign from his trump tower in new york city. within a month the first poll showed him as a front-runner ahead of jeb bush. trump was openly opposed by the republican estblishment and
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endorse him. >> look, it's no secret that donald trump and i have had our differences. >> reporter: he lost the iowa caucus in february to ted cruz, but had his first win in the new hampshire primary. trump's rallies drew huge crowds to arenas and high school gyms who embraced his slogan of qft make america great again." in may trump became the plea sumptive nominee when ted cruz and john kasich dropped out of the race and he defeated nomination. and in the end, trump was able to overcome it all and defeat hillary clinton to become president-elect. >> trump says he will be a president for all americans and work to unify the country. in the newsroom, i'm alex deprado, 7news. >> and stay with 7news for continuing coverage now of the election. 7's adam williams is headed to the nation's capitol for the meeting between president obama and president-elect trump.
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and a quick scheduling note for tonight here on 7, there will be a special one-hour edition of nightly news at 6:30, and 7news will actually air for you at 7:30. >> much more ahead at 4:30, a deadly derailment with a train crashing among a rainstorm. and bullets flying in california. what we're learning about a shooting rampage. and at 5:00, a salem police officer facing a judge. what's accused of doing to an inmate. >> and tom asked about donald trump's win. c'mon in, pop pop! happy birthday! asked about donald trump's win. i survived a heart attack. i'm doing all i can to keep from having another one. and i'm taking brilinta.
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the colleagues from the other emergency services to rescue a significant number of injured passengers throughout the course of this morning, some of whom were unfortunately trapped by the nature of the derailment. in order to release those people, we had to undertake complex cutting and heavy lifting operations and will continue to do so in support of our colleagues in particular from the investigative phase of this incident. >> the conductor of the train has been arrested on suspicion of manslaughter. police are still investigating. a historic mill building in delaware going up in flames early this morning. investigators don't know if anybody was inside when the fire started but say no one was hurt. the building burned for hours with crews trying to keep the flames from spreading to nearby buildings.
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plant in new york. smoke and flames could be seen for miles. no word yet if anybody was hurt or a cause. officials say a man was on a cocaine binge and decided to randomly fire shots in a california neighborhood, killing a 77-year-old and hitting two others. police say he also ambushed them when they arrived on the scene. a polling place was put on lock-down. one woman describe what she saw. i picked up my daughter who was in lock-down while she was voting because of the shooting, and i dropped her home and came to vote, like a citizen is supposed to, but it's been a crazy day. >> hours later police found that man dead in his home. they believe he may have been killed by police gunfire. >> a hungry burglar on the run in nevada. las vegas man says he came home to find a strange man cooking sausage in his kitchen. that's when the homeowner took
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>> when he open the store i stab him, not very strong, but like to the chest and start to bleed so police say the suspect is still on the run. coming up here, a surprising victory, donald trump set to take the oath of office. we're heading live to new york city for the latest on the election. >> clouds this evening and clearing skies overnight tonight. mo and ahead at 5:00, after winner declared new hampshire. a look at the close race between kelly aolt and nikki hassen. >> and clinton delivering a concession speech. how she's responding to losing
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>> i was kind of surprised, i walked outside and sorted of bujthed up, anticipated a cooler day. it was a little bit warmer than i expected. i found out about the camera shop. >> one of our truck operators is out, dennis, thank you for this beautiful shot that's coming to our camera on top the mast right now. >> on the common, right? yeah. just a beautiful look. gray skies, kind of warmish, jr. what do you think? >> yeah. i would agree with that assessment. we have a lot of clouds, temps are close to 60 degrees,
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hour. cool front moving through. so the result of that front, clouds. but not much in the way of rain. there have been a couple of isolated showers and sprinkles and that's how the doppler radar will continue. >> our weather coming from the north. skies beginning to clear out and it is cooling off on the other side of that front. still on the mild side right now. close to 60 degrees. the city at 59. plymouth at 58. new bedford 59. the cooler area, the colors go from greens into the blues even into purple up through the spine of the greens, up through vermont. temps in those locations...
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that will move through southern new england later on this evening and here is that cooler chunk of air, but it's small because if you keep looking off to our northwest, it warms right back up. 50s in new england, 40s in new york and back into the 50s. great lakes states. so it will briefly cool down tomorrow but then start to warm right back up on friday. for this evening, again a few sprinkles out there but not much in the way of rain. certainly no significant rain. clearing skies, temps 35 to 42. and for tomorrow, it's cooler a few clouds around, a bit of a breeze early on in the day but i think that will settle down throughout the afternoon and shift into the southwest. that right there is the signal that already the air slowly begins to warm at least in the upper less of the atmosphere. temps tomorrow 48 to 53. these numbers here on the screen, about where we should be for this time of year. again, it's cooler but seasonable. dracut at 51. concord at 51 tomorrow. into the worcester hills, fitchburg 51. keenon 49. and out under the cape and the
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so there's the weather map tomorrow. then as we work into friday we warm up once again. temps on friday close to 60 degrees. a bit breezy at times. here comes another cool front tomorrow night. that will not have clouds and sprinkles like the one this evening. but cool on saturday, saturday is a cool day. temps on saturday will only be in the middle and upper 40s throughout the afternoon hours but just like, that another warm front can mild air streaming into new england for the second half of the weekend. so tomorrow, again, seasonable, low lots of surf, a bit breezy at times. temps on friday in the upper 50s. a brockton veterans day parade will feature sun and clouds with temperatures in the low 50s. and here in the city for the veterans day parade which gets underway at 1:00, lots of sunshine, breezy. temps in the mid 50s. your 7 on 7 forecast, sunday, lots of sun, upper 50s. monday also mild. near 60 degrees. see you at 5:00. >> thanks so much. let's get a check of the wednesday drive home.
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update. >> good afternoon. we'll begin flying high right at the expressway. you can see the southbound side moving at a crawl. it'll be like that near the o'neill tunnel back through the shopping center and down to the braintree split. the northbound side is of moving well right there, but further up you'll be heading from granite ave up past neponset circle. route 1 is doing okay. however further back you'll be on the brakes from sergeant street up past lynn street in revere. slow moving on the pike west, you'll be stop and go from after allston, brighton, newton corner and slow again up to weston, then the eastbound pike is moving well from weston all the way to downtown boston. and from 128 to 49519 minutes. i'm matt fitzgerald, 7news. >> still ahead here, outrage over a dessert, why a total
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chocoholics. >> and what this baker is saying
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? tomorrow's the day we'll play something besides video games. every day is a gift especially for people with heart failure. but today there's entresto?- a breakthrough medicine that can help make more tomorrows possible. tomorrow, i want to see teddy bait his first hook. in the largest heart failure study ever,
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stay alive and out of the hospital than a leading heart failure medicine. women who are pregnant must not take entresto?. it can cause harm or death to an unborn baby. don't take entresto? with an ace inhibitor or or aliskiren. if you've had angioedema while taking an ace or arb medicine, don't take entresto?. the most serious side effects are angioedema, low blood pressure, kidney problems, or high potassium in your blood. tomorrow, i'm gonna step out with my favorite girl. about entresto?. and help make the gift of tomorrow possible. this is a replica of president-elect now donald trump. cake baked and designed in the likeness of our next president. it was delivered to trump's victory party last night. saw some images on twitter when it was going on yesterday. the creator of the cake said
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naturally serious face. >> fans of the tobaru -- the total bar slimmed down the bar. the gaps between the candy's famous peaks have been widened. the company blames the change on rising ingredient costs. >> i've never had one of those before. >> i don't think i've ever had one of those but i've always seen them. i know that sounds kind of strange but i've never acty picked one of them up and eaten it. >> some people are up in arms because of the changes, the peaks are wider, so. >> doesn't matter, i love chocolate. you put it in front of me and i'd love to have one. file that under too much information. much more to come here, everyone, on this day after historic election. i'm jadiann thompson. >> and i'm ryan schultz ietsz. 7news at 5:00 starts right now. >> reporter: he's hired. >> i pledge to every citizen of our land that i will be president for all americans.
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vowing to bring people together for those who have chosen not to support me, i'm reaching out to you for your guidance and your health so that we can work together and unify our great country. >> reporter: from the republican victimry,. >> this is the most incredible political feat i have seen in my lifetime. >> so the democratic defeat. >> this is painful and it will be for a long time. >> reporter: and the promise to move forward. >> we are all now rooting success and being united and leading the country. >> we have team coverage on the trump takeover. >> and we begin with a live look at the white house tonight. the future home of president lectd donald trump. and good evening, everybody. thanks for joining us. i'm kim khazei. >> and i'm adam williams live in our nation's capitol tonight. and it was a long night for an early morning -- or early
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look at things. the billionaire businessman winning the white house in stunning fashion, claiming victory, very early this morning, just after 2:00 this morning. we have team 7 coverage of this historic election, our reporters are covering it from every angle and tonight we'll begin with 7's dan hausle live in new york city. you actually got a chance to speak with the president-elect right after his win. tell us about that. >> well, moments after his election he went down and shook hands with supporters like he's done so many times on have been iebl to get in there and get a question with him, but trump himself was stopping talking to supporters, despite his secret service agents, something he knew, something he didn't know and also he would stop and answer questions just like i've seen him do so many times before. he seemed at ease despite the great mantel of responsibility put upon him. we haven't really seen him today. trump tower is now blocked by


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