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"i pledge to every citizen of our land that i will be president for all americans." "the american people american people have elected their new champion." now at seven --- with a win in wisconsin --- donald trump will be come the 45th president of the united states. we have team coverage this morning. recapping how wisconsin's voters played a role in the historic election. plus -- we're breaking down some of our important local races. good morning and welcome back to wakeup! time now x:xx
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rob haswell high pressure takes over today giving us sunshine and keeping temperatures above average. winds shift to the sw later today and tonight and that brings warmer air our way on thursday with highs returning to the 60s. a dry cold front drops our highs into the low 50s - seasonal for november - by friday and into saturday. we do warm a bit on sunday and stay in the mid 50s for monday. anchor adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays campaigning ---the race to the white house crosses the finish line. president elect donald trump will be come the next commander in chief. here's a look at the popular vote. it was stunning call overnight as the president elect defeated democrat
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fox's doug luzader has a recap of the historic night -- he joins us from outside of trump tower in new york, you've got to imagine the champaign corks were popping here in trump tower. this is where donald trump and his team engineered this come-from-behind win, running the table of swing states and defying just about every national poll before declaring victory early this morning. pkg trump: 02:49:50 thank you, thank you very much. sorry to keep you waiting, complicated business. complicated. cuts: 54os3zka trump and the rest of american had to wait until some of the final results began to trickle in -- showing what his supporters had predicted all along -- an upset. and the often fiery candidate tried to strike a gracious note as president- elect. trump: 02:51:25 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 were a few people, i am reaching
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your help so we can work together to unify our great country. trump said he had just received a concession call from hillary clinton -- but there had been some question about whether the clinton campaign would accept the results. podesta: 2:03:08 listen to me everybody should head home get some sleep well have more to say tomorrow clinton campaign chairman john podesta tried to send supporters home in what was supposed to have been a celebration in new york... vo: 54orsgla ...complete with a glass ceiling, and at one point, planned fireworks. nats in washington outside the white house, a raucous scene as trump disappointed clinton backers. mos: 54osaaha "disappointed doesn't do justice to how i feel." but the g-o-p victory goes beyond the white house... in downballot races, republicans defended enough seats in congress to keep control of both the senate and the house -- dealing soon-to-be president trump a remarkable hand. soon-to-be president trump a
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trump and plans to issue a statement later today.... he has also has invited trump to meet with him at the white house on thursday... meanwhile it was wisconsin that helped give trump enough electoral votes to reach the 270 needed to win the presidency. deandra corinthios joins us live with more on our state's impact in this historic election. stunning upset if you look at the results of the most recent marquette law school poll...showing hillary clinton with a six point lead over trump. that was just over a week ago. now a lot of democrats are shocked...wondering where things went wrong for them. at a watch party tuesday night in the madison area..clinton supporters expected a clean sweep but the room cleared out, and few
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explain what happened. this is the first time since 1984 when ronald reagan was elected that wisconsin has not gone democrat. based on polling...hillary clinton was positioned to win the state's 10 electoral votes. this --even despite the fact that she hadn't set foot in wisconsin to campaign since the primary...sending surrogates instead. meanwhile....donald trump lost in the primary to texas senator ted cruz. he campaigned hard in wisconsin...making five visits over the past three months...and spending big money on advertising. . i thin country people are afraid of the establishment and the establishment was anti trump. i think a lot of people out there were afraid of telling the pollsters what they felt. "yeah, definitely some surprises tonight. i think you saw a surge of trump supporters that a lot of the polls and analysts did not predict" governor scott walker released a statement saying in part ...last
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for america".. but not outright congratulating donald trump on the victory. house speaker paul ryan tweeted " congratulations to both trump and pence...and thanking republicans for turning out to vote. reporting live in milwaukee dc fox6 news happening now -- the outcome of the presidential election is being felt around the world. global stock markets are falling with the news of president elect trump taking office. nicole is in the newsroom with details. the dow future took a nose dive at one point last night more than eight hundred points -- right now it and just before midnight the s and p 500 futures and nasdaq futures plunged more than 5 percent. it's the same story around the world. markets in europe, australia and asia falling this morning. and with president elect trump's plan to falling this morning. and with president elect trump's plan to build a wall across the american mexico boarder ---- the mexican peso has plunged more than 11 percent. the mexican currency is on track for its worst day since 19-94. today the u-s market is track for its biggest percentage
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6 percent after the u-s. credit rating was downgraded. senator ron johnson will return to washington after beating russ feingold for wisconsin open u-s senate seat. the race was close heading into election day with johnson walking away with 51-percent of the vote. our carl deffenbaugh has been following the race. he joins us live from with reaction. some history there as well for wisconsin as ron johnson becomes years to win a senate race in this state in the same year as a presidential election. this was the scene in oshkosh last night as johnson defeats russ feingold for the second time in 6 years. feingold led for most of the campaign, before things tightened in the closing weeks. johnson ended up getting a relatively early win -- as feingold called to concede a little after 10pm. so it's back to washington and back to work for johnson, while
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big picture. 23.44.47 - i always had faith in the good folks of wisconsin to be able to really see through the lies and distortions and really recognize why im doing this. like i said, my seriousness of purpose. theyve given us an opportunity and i want to seize that moment. 23.34.19 - this could be one of the most challenging times in the history of our country. and its going to be up to you, particularly these wonderful young people that worked on this campaign. theyre going to have to heal the wounds, theyre going to people that worked on this campaign. theyre going to have going to have to bring us together. johnson did say this will be his final term as a senator. and this is noteworthy as well -- feingold gave his concession speech in middleton at the exact same time johnson was giving his victory speech in oshkosh. reporting in waukesha,
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it's an easy win for house speaker paul ryan. the congressman from janesville beat political newcomer ryan solen with 65- percent of the vote. paul ryan, r house speaker "all i can tell you is i will do everything. i will work my hardest to des that can make this even more special and that is the fact that i get to celebrate this evening with the people here in this room." for a complete list of results head on over to fox six now dot com. there you'll find a recap of all of our state wide races. still to come on wake up --- continuing coverage of last night's historic election. and anti-trump protests break out overnight. where demonstrators were taking to the streets. and julie collins is tracking voter turnout. julie adlibs
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you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. forecast from fox6 chief meteorologist rob haswell high pressure takes over today giving us sunshine and keeping temperatures above average. winds shift to the sw later today and tonight and that brings warmer air our way on thursday with highs returning to the 60s. a dry cold front drops our highs into the low 50s - seasonal for november - by friday and into saturday.
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stay in the mid 50s for monday. dick adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays donald trump will become the next president of the united states in a stunning victory. here's a look at the popular vote for president and it was close... but hillary clinton comes out on top. last night the president elect
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"for those of you who have chosen not to support me in the past... im reaching out to you for your guidance and your help so that we can work together and unify our great country." hillary clinton conceded the to president elect trump in a phone call early this morning. clinton president elect trump in a phone call early this morning. clinton is expected to speak around 8-30 this morning. we will have it live on wake up. continuing coverage on this historic election ---- head to fox six now dot com. there you'll find a recap of all of our major races. we continue now with our you decide coverage. it was mostly a smooth night at the polls. our julie collins joins us now with more on the turnout for
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wisconsinites made their voices heard in this eleciton - and many did it early. long lines were reported in some communities early in the day with election officals estimated that 20 to 30 - percent of the city's registered voters cast their ballots within the first two hours of the polls opening. offici minor issues with people remembering their identifications - and in those cases they were given provisional ballots. for most voters the process was a breeze. cass street school is historically one of the busiest polling locations and they reported shorter lines than in past years. 'i got there, i think i sat there for 30 seconds and then they had me right there, signed me up and it was an easy process from there.' wait times appeared to be lower than the presidential election of 2012...and again election officials attributing that to
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early voters we had this year. reporting live downtown milwaukee julie collins fox 6 news. high pressure takes over today giving us sunshine and keeping temperatures above average. winds shift to the sw later today an air our way on thursday with highs returning to the 60s. a dry cold front drops our highs into the low 50s - seasonal for november - by friday and into saturday. we do warm a bit on sunday and stay in the mid 50s for monday. today: mostly sunny. high:
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clear. low: 41 wind: sw 3-7 high pressure takes over today giving us sunshine and keeping temperatures above average. winds shift to the sw later today and tonight and that brings warmer air our way on thursday with highs returning to the 60s. a dry cold front the low 50s - seasonal for november - by friday and into saturday. we do warm a bit on sunday and stay in the mid 50s for monday. today: mostly sunny. high: 58 wind: w 5-10 mph tonight: clear. low: 41 wind: sw 3-7
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years or three years or four years or maybe even eight years you will say ... that was something you were very proud to do. and i can only say while the campaign is over our work on beginning." president-elect donald trump wins the election reaching the magic number of 270 in the electoral college. but he failed to get the popular vote -- that goes to hillary clinton. breaking overnight --- a police investigation on milwaukee's northside. around ten thirty
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and denver avenue. officers were searching near a set of train tracks. right now police are not saying much about the incident. when more information comes into our newsroom we'll bring you an update. a hit-and-run crash that left a little girl dead remains under investigation. this as family and friends come together for another vigil remembering a 5-year-old child who was struck and killed on sunday rickyia langham was hit by an s-u-v near the corner of west leon terrace and west constance avenue. milwaukee police say they recovered the vehicle on the city's north side... at this time officials a person in connection to the crash, but are still searching for the suspect who drove the car. her kindergarten teacher told the crowd last night of their last encounter. "she was trying to learn the monkey bars on friday. she would not give up by the end of the day she was doing the monkey bars." the family has a memorial fund set up in rickyia's name at the educators credit union in milwaukee. they are in need of donations for a proper
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arrested the driver who hit and killed a 50-year-old woman while crossing the street. the 27-year-old milwaukee man was taken into custody for operating after suspension -- causing death. the woman was hit monday near 60th and norwich. the driver stayed on scene. his case will be reviewed by the district attorney's office for possible charges. still to come on wake up --- continuing election coverage. and legalizing marijuana --- later on wake up what states said yes to
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for anything less than the best. we must reclaim our countrys destiny. becomes america's 45th president in surprise victory over hillary clinton. we have team coverage this morning on last nights historic election coming up. thanks for staying with wakeup.. time now x:xx.. kim, nicole and angelica adlib toss to wx high pressure takes over today giving us sunshine and keeping temperatures above
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brings warmer air our way on thursday with highs returning to the 60s. a dry cold front drops our highs into the low 50s - seasonal for november - by friday and into saturday. we do warm a bit on sunday and stay in the mid 50s for monday. today: mostly sunny. high: 58 wind: w 5-10 mph tonight: clear. low: 41 wind: sw 3-7 mph traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays the 20-16 presidential campaign was a historic race with tense moments all the way to the
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donald trump is celebrating. we have team coverage today --- our deandra corinthios has details on how wisconsin played a role in deciding last night's election. carl deffenbaugh is following wisconsin's heated senate race. and julie collins has an update on voter turnout. but first we start in the newsroom with jessob reisbeck. he has reactions from present elect donald trump. after sweeping nearly every swing- state in the country.... donald trump is now the presidential elect. republican won wisconsin --- here's a look at the electoral map -- showing the president elect with xxx. most polls going into election night had hillary clinton with a comfortable lead... leaving many who followed the race shocked ... around two a-m the future commander in chief and his running mate took to the
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its been what they call a historic event but to be really historic we have to do a great job. and i promise i will not let you down. we will do a great job. im mostly grateful to our president elect. whose leadership and vision will make america great again. hillary clinton called the president elect to concede shortly after her rally they planned to count votes well into the morning . we should hear from clinton later this morning --- around 8-30. people upset about president
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the streets overnight. a group of about 50 protesters gathered outside a republican watch-party in san francisco --- setting fires in the streets. anger mounting in the nation's capital too --- here's a video of people protesting outside of the white house last night. hillary clinton would have become the first female president to serve in office. trump and governor mike pence will take office in january ... stock markets around the world panic over a trump presidency. markets in europe, australia and asia falling this morning. and withr plan to build a wall across the american mexico boarder ---- the mexican peso has plunged more than 11 percent. the dow future took a nose dive at one point last night more than eight hundred points -- right now it stands at 240 points down. the s and p 500 and nasdaq futures are also down. wisconsin played a major role in this election. the associated press declared trump the president-elect -- right after announcing the republican candidate the victor in wisconsin. deandra corinthios is live with
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hillary clinton was poised to win wisconsin...based on the polls...and based on history. wisconsin has gone democrat in seven straight presidential elections... now for the first time since ronald reagan...the state turned red. it was quite a night of surprises for supporters of donald trump. wisconsin's trump campaign leaders joined supporters of ron johnson and local trump supporters to watch election returns at the oshkosh convention center. cheers roared as state after state was called for trump. m hillary clinton watch party in the madison area...supporters were stunned. the most recent marquette law school poll..out just over a week ago showed clinton with a healthy 6 point lead over trump. leading the poll director to say it would quote "take something truly dramatic" well that's what happened. it was a surprise even for the most confident trump supporters who say they were still concerned about the polls, which predicted hillary clinton an early winner. keep in mind trump lost in the primary to texas senator ted cruz. in the end --donald trump's hard push to
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past three months...and spending big money on advertising. clinton sent surrogates to campaign in her place...not setting foot in wisconsin since the primary. coming up at 6... hear from wisconsin republicans and democrats -- on what they believes pollsters might have missed leading up to the election. reporting live in milwaukee deandra corinthios fox6 news. as for the u-s senate race in wisconsin - ron johnson will keep his seat...defeating democratic challenger russ feingold. johnson winning with 50-percent of 47- percent. our carl deffenbaugh joins now with more on this close race. this was a key race nationally as well in the fight for control of the us senate, and ron johnson was able to close the gap over the final weeks of this campaign -- turning his deficit into a big win. the celebration started earlier than expected in oshkosh last night as russ feingold called to concede a
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feingold, the former senator, led for most of the race. but that lead was down to just a point heading into election day as millions of dollars of funding rolled in. in the end, johnson defeated feingold for the second time in six years -- and he's looking forward to getting back to work in washington. i am really grateful of the good folks of wisconsin to give me this opportunity. for a final term, to really accomplish my mission. which is heal our economy, make sure we realize our full potential. so we can strengthen our military, defeat isis, secure our border. solve these problems. obviously something is happening in this country, toni dont understand it completely, i dont think anybody does... but we as americans have to do the best we can to heal the pain in this country and get people to come together. johnson did say this will be his
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news. it comes as no surprise that paul ryan has won a tenth term in congress. he defeated ryan solen with 65- percent of the vote last night. the question now is whether ryan will win re-election for another office he holds in washington. a. from janesville... ryans race in the first congressional district was never really in question. the suspense has been and continues to be what awaits speaker ryan when he returns to washington. there had been rumblings in the days leading up to the election that some congressional republicans were upset ryan was too late to go
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ryan distanced himself from trump. that was after the leaked audio of trump making lewd comments about women. then last weekend, ryan said hed campaign with trump and wrote an op-ed encouraging americans to vote for trump. at his watch party, state representative scott allen from waukesha said he doesnt see any scenario where ryan is ousted from the speakers chair. im not concerned about that at all. no, im not concerned about that at all. number one- it was declared were gonna have the majority in the house; paul ryan is the current speaker, he won re-election by a considerable margin. the next question is what kind of relationship will he have with the next president of the united states? in janesville, a.j. bayatpour, fox 6 news. this morning we are learning how the outcome of last night's election is impacting congress. angelica is here to break down the balance of power. republicans have held onto their slim senate majority. democrats had been nearly certain of retaking control but saw their hopes fizzle as endangered gop
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pennsylvania, north carolina and even here in wisconsin. the number now stands at 51 republican...and 47 democrats. the g-o-p also will hold on to the house... with 236 republicans..and 191 democrats. with president elect donald trump heading to the white house... republicans will have a lot of control in congress. still to come on wake up --- continuing coverage of last night's election. and voters in a handful of states say yes to upping th how much its going to rise coming up. and julie is live with an update on voter turnout. julie adlibs tease and donald trump will become the next president of the united states. here's part of his victory speech from very early this morning. donald trump / president elect
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have the strongest economy anywhere in the world. at the same time, we will get along with all other nations willing to get along with us. we'll have great relationships. we expect to have great,
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you are watci takes over today giving us sunshine and keeping temperatures above average. winds shift to the sw later today and tonight and that brings warmer air our way on thursday with highs returning to the 60s. a dry cold front drops our highs into the low 50s - seasonal for november - by friday and into saturday. we do warm a bit on sunday and stay in the mid 50s for monday. today: mostly sunny. high: 58 wind: w 5-10 mph tonight: clear. low: 41 wind: sw 3-7 mph dick adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no
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donald trump/president elect h this political stuff is nasty and it's tough...so i want to thank my family very much...really fantastic. thank you all. thank you all." donald trump will become the next president of the united states in a stunning victory. here's a look at the electoral vote with donald trump going above the magic number of 270. when it comes to the popular vote for president and it was
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his senate seat. he has beat out democratic challenger russ feingold with 50- percent of the vote.. supporters filled the oshkosh convention center. this was projected to be a very tight race. it was called relatively early. supporters cheered with enthusiasm as the results came in. senator johnson thanked his supporters for helping him in his re-election. i'm just grateful for the fact that folks really did recognize my seriousness and purposes running not to be a senator but to really solve these problems. final term as a u-s senator. it's an easy win for house speaker paul ryan. the congressman from janesville beat political newcomer ryan solen with 65- percent of the vote. in wisconsin fourth congressional district -- representative gwen moore will keep her job. the democrat won with 77 percent of the vote. and congressman james sensenbrenner also heading back to d-c. the republican beats his democrat challenger with 67 percent of the vote. for a complete list of results head on over to fox six now dot com. there you'll find a recap of all
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voter turnout robust yesterday... and for the most part -- everything went smoothly. julie collins joins us live with more on that part of our coverage. julie? so many in wisconsin proudly wearing their "i voted" stickers yesterday and many smiling about the process saying it was an easy one. overall a smooth night for both voters and poll workers ...election officals telling fox 6 no major issues at the polls - however, with the voter id law in pace there were some voters who forgot their ids...they provisional ballots. cass street school is historically one of the city's busiest locations. there was a major rush there on tuesday morning...it turned into a steady stream on tuesday afternoon with 13- hundereds voters casting a ballot. tuesday evening voters saying they experienced shorter lines than in the past. 'it was great, it was very smooth, the process was fantastic.' 'i thought it was going to be long lines but it actually went
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at times, there were more voters registering than voting at that location. officials estimate that record setting early voting could have continurbueted to a slower place on election night. reporting live downtown milwaukee - julie collins. fox 6 news. high pressure takes over today giving us suni temperatures above average. winds shift to the sw later today and tonight and that brings warmer air our way on thursday with highs returning to the 60s. a dry cold front drops our highs into the low 50s - seasonal for november - by friday and into saturday. we do warm a bit on sunday and stay in the mid 50s for monday. today: mostly sunny. high: 58
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number of big issues on the ballot. everything from raising the minimum wage to legalizing marijuana jessob is in the newsroom with details. voters in five states went to the polls to decide whether marijuana should be legal for recreational use. by a wide margin, california and massachusetts voted to legali early to tell if maine, arizona and nevada will pass the law. marijuana is still illegal under federal law... but state laws have relaxed over the years. it's currently legal in four other states and in the district of columbia. when it comes to raising the minimum wage... maine, arizona, colorado and washington state all voted yes. that means by 20-20 the minimum wage will go up to 12 dollars an
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initiative called for lowering the minimum wage for non-tipped employees under 18, but it was roundly rejected. and voters in nebraska overturning a bill that would have eliminated the death penalty. in oklahoma voters approved a referendum that declares that the death penality is not considered cruel and unusual punishment. in california two competing death penalty initiatives are up in the air. one would end the death penalty the other would speed up the process. ahead on wakeup at eight --- continuing cover of the historic election. and tonight "empire" is back. also at eight -- a look at all the drama the lyon family will be getting into. but first --- meet boots. how you can help this little guy find a
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evening, its been an amazing two year period and now at 8:00 --- after months of campaigning -- the voters finally had their say and donald trump will be the 45th president of the united states. ahead how wisconsin voters helped make history. good morning and welcome back to wakeup.. time now x:xx adlib weather forecast high pressure takes over today giving

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