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tv   10 News This Morning at 500am  CBS  November 9, 2016 5:00am-5:30am EST

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good morning and welcome to 10 news this morning. i'm allison kropff. and i'm ian reitz. an election to remember. donald trump has been elected as the 45th president of the united states after former secretary of state hillary clinton conceded the election. just hours ago, he addressed his supporters.
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we have crews across tampa bay. 10 news reporter phil buck is getting your reaction this morning to trump's win. we're going to start with sarah hollenbeck. she's live in the newsroom with the results of this historic election and how president elect donald trump says he is going to bring our country together. it's the first of it's kind-- a billionaire businessman many americans are anxious for change-- and trump promises to deliver. this morning-- millions of you are waking up to a new president who promises even if you didn't support him at the polls, he'll
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a victorius trump took the stage in new york city... he looked as though he was trying to hold back tears as he took the stage. beaming, he told the crowd he was honored to be our 45th president, and thanked hillary clinton for her support. just 42 seconds into his victory speech, trump addressed the crucial question on all of our minds: after the most divisive race in american history, how do we bring our country back together? as trump supporters rejoice this morning, clinton supporters are anxious to hear from her. although she conceeded earlier this morning, she
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expecting that later this morning. trump is also giving us an indication of what his first priorities are... i'll be back in 30 minutes with more of his victory speech. ian... allison, like every election this is a historic time to remember. how are newspapers reporting these results. ian, this the election was called just a few hours already printed copies before they knew trump won. so we're looking at different websites this morning to see how they are presenting this news on this historic day. u-s-a today leads with this, "donald trump shocks america, wins presidency," new york times writes a headline of "trump's triumphs, shocking upset as outsider harnesses voters' dissatisfaction." this is the bold headline from huffington post: it reads,
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lastly, the washington post writes "trump triumphs, republican projected to win the presidency in a stunning upset over clinton." another big issue -- there were a number of key senate races we've been keeping a close eye on. republicans will maintain their control of the senate. the electorate seemed to send a clear message that it was sick of washington and wanted change. the republicans promise to shake up the washington dc establishment could mean a shake up in their own house. house speaker paul ryan has been at odds with donald trump throughout the campaign. some house members say they may look at a pro- trump member to challenge ryan for the speakers seat. representative john mica lost his orlando, florida seat after serving 12 terms in congress. florida becomes the first southern
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and it wasn't even close. it passed by 71- percent. florida becomes the 26th state- along with the district of columbia to legalize marijuana for medical use. early on tuesday night, it was clear the amendment was going to surpass the 60-percent threshold medical marijuana narrowly missed two years ago. supporters gathered in tampa including renee petro, whose son brandon suffers from a rare, and extreme form of epilepsy. outspoken for years on the issue fighting to get it passed, she says r tears of joy for other floridians. so what's next? now the the florida department of health will have to draft rules about how medical marijuana will be sold. this morning we are getting
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donald trump has won the presidential election. we know it's still early -- the news just a few hours old -- but we sent 10news reporter phil buck out to check the pulse of the people this morning. he's live along bayshore boulevard in downtown tampa. you're right about the fact that people are still digesting the news this morning -- we've only had a few hours to think about what happened yesterday -- and what it means for the country going forward. guarantee is your facebook feed is going to be nuts this morning. already dozens of comments on our station's facebook page -- and i can tell you all my social
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with talk about the trump win. we're out here looking for more reaction -- not just on the election -- but also where do we go from here and how do we heal as a country. i already caught up with some people out on the streets this morning -- putting together some of that sound for you -- more of that still to come. our team coverage of the 2016 presidential election continues now in tampa. 10news reporter emerald morrow is live at three coins diner in tampa. she's been there talking with voters just hours after learning donald trump has a new title of president- elect. emerald, what's the mood there? ad lib we have all your election results from across the state. we have all your election results
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we have all your election results from across the state. republican marco rubio wins a second term in the florida u-s senate. rubio won with 52 percent of the vote. patrick murphy, 44 percent. charlie crist beat out incumbent david jolly for "house district 13". crist got 52 percent of the vote, jolly 48 percent. this was a surprise for a lot of people. this is one a lot of you were talking about.. amendment one -- the solar amendment -- did not pass. it needed 60% to be written into the amendment 3, which guarantees tax exemptions for disabled first- responders, passed with an overwhelming 84 percent of the vote. and amendment 5.. which provides tax exemptions for certain low-income seniors, also passed by a landslide with 78 percent of the vote. as you scroll through social media this morning, you may see a lot of people saying they're moving to canada. we'll show you how online searches for "moving to canada" have skyrocketed in
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donald trump is elected the 45th president of the united states. the trump presidency begins in 72 days. wipe this morning marco rubio is celebrating his victory after being reelected to the u-s senate. wipe charlie crist beat incumbent david jolly for the district 13 seat in the u-s house of representatives. wipe it took four years and two elections, but
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with the election being called so late, not a lot of politicians were reacting on twitter, but we did find this. governor rick scott tweeted a couple of hours ago on trump's victory in florida. he tweets, "congratulations to my friend @realdonaldtrump on winning fl! make america great again!" throughout the day you may hear even more people joke about moving to canada if the candidate they voted for didn't win. online searches for "moving to canada" skyrocketed in the days leading the presidential election. we checked canada's immigration a few hours ago, and this is what we found. the website actually crashed as trump's election lead grew. we talked with some canadians and they think people's reactions are just a bunch of tough talk. even if you
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it's not as simple as you would think. in fact the canadian government has an online survey which can tell you whether or not you are eligible to immigrate to canada. we posted that survey on our website, w-t-s-p dot
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you love all-day breakfast. but you don't love that you can't get all your favorites. but now you can get more of what you love. so you can find something else to not love. big night for marco rubio, and it was. within 15 minutes of the polls closing in the panhandle, several news outlets had declared rubio the winner. florida's junior senator took to the stage for his acceptance speech surrounded by family. he started his speech with a bit of humor, saying that this beat the last time he had done this. that, was of course, a concession speech having lost to donald trump in the presidential primary. rubio congratulated his opponent patrick murphy on running a good race. longtime politician charlie crist has a new job. he won the u.s. house district 13
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acceptance speech, congressman-elect charlie crist thanked the incumbent republican david jolly saying "he was my opponent not my enemy." crist is one of florida's most well known politicians, serving as governor when he was elected in 2006, state senator, education commissioner and attorney general. he graduated from st. petersburg high school. tease traffic and weather we still have lots of election coverage to get to this morning. reaction across the world on trump's win. now all eyes are on the stock markets as we are already starting to see a dip. don't forget, you
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and i'm ian reitz. we have a lot to get to this morning. just hours ago -- the race was called, and donald trump was officially elected to be the next president of the united states. we have crews across tampa bay. in tampa, 10 news reporter emerald morrow is talking with leaders from both the republican and democratic side. but first, we begin with sarah hollenbeck who has been been on top of this historic presidential election. this morning, millions of you are waking up to a new presidential who vows to bring in a new


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