tv WBZ News CBS November 9, 2016 5:00pm-5:30pm EST
outside the trump tower in new york city. liam? >> reporter: david and lisa, there was a contingent of protesters and a large security force and well sh wishers. so many people stunned to learn that donald trump had won, no one more stunned than hillary clinton. >> this is painful. and it will for a >> reporter: in a manhattan hotel, hillary clinton addressed supporters for the first time since donald trump became the nation's 45th president. >> i know how disappointed you feel because i feel it, too. >> reporter: trump won 29 states including close races in wisconsin, pennsylvania, ands north carolina. >> we have seen that our nation is more deeply divided that happen we thought. but i still believe in america and i always will.
president. we owe him an open mind and a chance to lead. >> ours was not a campaign but rather an incredible and great movement. >> reporter: early tuesday morning, trump promised to reach out to the more than 58 million americans who did not vote for him. >> for those who have chosen not to support me in the past of which there were a few people -- . [laughter] --i'm reaching out to you your guidance and your help so that we can work together and unify our great country. >> reporter: sources tell cbs news that strusm -- trump is meeting with his transition team. >> we all want what's best for the country. that's what i heard in mr. trump's remarks last night.
spoke to him directly. and i was heartened by that. that's what the country needs. >> reporter: back live on 5th avenue outside of trump tower, so many people have been stopping taking selfies in front of the home of the new president-elect and trump will go to the white house tomorrow to meet with president obama to begin the transition, january 20th. liam martin, wbz news. most political leaders did come out to say they will accept the results of the election and promise to passport president-elect trump but some say not so fast. about 100 people gathered outside the statehouse in protest today. another demonstration is planned for tonight in boston. obviously, massachusetts leans heavily blue. reagan was the last republican
has healthy support. christina hager is live with more. >> reporter: david, this is one town where residents did not necessarily wake up in a complete state of shock. some people say donald trump speaks to the issues that concern them most. the town with one of the largest numbers of voters for trump in massachusetts. though he won by a slim margin. >> according to went to, i saw no hillary signs at all. >> reporter: one of a handful of red towns in a blue state. the town where anyone we spoke with talked about middle class frustration. >> i was a manufacturing engineer. it all left the country and all went to thailand, singapore,
reflected the shock among mostly democratic voters. >> i am still going to work and feel so empty and upset. it's just hard to believe that our country would allow this to happen. >> i was joking on facebook it would be like the 1950s purge. >> reporter: the head of the republic committee said there are more towns like this in our country than we in massachusetts might realize. >>let the smal do his thing, the trade guys and plumbers. they just want to do their job and make pay. >> reporter: it's interesting that there are trump supporters who asked us not to show them on camera because they were worried about backlash. one mother said she was concerned about what her kids' friends would say at school if they found out she voted for trump. the head of the local
down the big trump sign. in billerica, christina hager, wbz news. >> boston mayor marty walsh said today, time to move forward. >> the hard part is who hasn't had a back and forth with donald trump. and i think, you know, in political life, you back and forth. >> today, elizabeth warren also pledged to work with trump saying it's my sincere hope he will fulfill the role with respect and concern for everyone in the country no
believe or come from and who they love. >> jon keller is here now, and you think governor baker will have trouble working with donald trump? >> well, let's put it this way. they are not letting perceived slights roll off his back, and the first rift with trump came when he criticized him for the proposed ban on muslim immigration. that's bad. but today when reporters caught up with the governor, his roses. >> the election's over. i saw both donald trump's comments last night and secretary clinton's comments and the two major players in the whole conversation, they speak and reach out for a unified process going forward. >> pardon my skepticism but i
hopefully, i'm wrong if you baker wants to mend fences, he is close friends with chris christie who may wind up in the trump cabinet. >> baker is a republic. safe to say ma mayor walsh and senator warren who issued a statement may have a trickery time working with the new president? >> i think walsh will find a way to deal. he is barely on elect's radar. but warren could have a problem. her pet creation, the consumer financial protection bureau is for many republican donors, and after warren's twitter wars with trump in the campaign, she might not find him as receptive to post-election glad handing, and we'll have to see if this new president has much of any
he wants to delegate that sort of thing to vice president mike pence, a veteran dc insider who i think may handle a lot of that. >> a lot of those relationships already. thank you, jon. fears about a bad day on wall street were unfounded. the dow was down 750 overnight but things went well after the bell rang. the dow actually gained 256 news. new hampshire does indeed have a new senator with 100% of the precincts reporting, governor maggie hassan built kelly ayotte by a thousand votes and kelly ayotte finally conceded that race. beth germano has more.
from ayotte but we have heard that she called to congratulate maggie hassan for victory. it was speculated all day that there might be a call for a recount. this morning, governor hassan was believing that the numbers are already adding up for her. >> we are confident that we have won this race and we, of course, want to make sure every vote is counted. >> reporter: but her rival, kelly ayotte, wasn't ready to concede, but giving supporters the same message last night. >> we are upbeat and confident and want to make sure we do this the new hampshire way because every vote matters. >> reporter: it wasn't until mid- mid-afternoon that there
over 1000 votes operating the two. >> it's like 1/10 of 1%. >> reporter: which means ayotte would have to pay $500 for a recount. >> something this close, you don't want to take it for granted. ask for the recount. >> the good news is because i'm a maggie supporter that the lead has almost doubled but i think it's her right, the out going senator, to have a recall. >> reporter: but maggie hassan was already explaining how would work with the republican president and congress. >> all of this is remember what unites us as americans and how to make progress together. >> reporter: so senator kelly ayotte has been held to one term and a democrat has taken over the seat but will not affect the balance of power in the senate. reporting live from concord,
tom brady and coach belichick's support. steve burton has more. steve? lisa, it was a strange day in foxborough. the patriots, as they get ready for the seahawks, there was no escaping questions about the elections. they were back on the practice field today and on monday night, president-elect trump read a letter from bill belichick wishing him well and announced that tom him he voted for him. the patriots's quarterback wanted no part of the topic today. >> i talked with my wife and she said i can't talk about politics anymore, so that's a good decision for our family. >> i write hundreds of letters and phots every month. it doesn't mean that i agree with everything that every person thinks, but i have multiple friendships that are
>> and one thing is for sure, if the patriots win the super bowl, tomorrow brady won't miss the visit to the white house. >> not like last time. steve, thank you. and donald trump's election has sent shockwaves around the globe. >> tonight, we know who will be reaching out to the president- elect and those who were first to congratulate him. >> and dr. mallika marshall on how to put your kids' fears to this? a huge local highway project ahead of schedule. and we will have a cold shot to start our weekend. >> i'm not really afraid. i don't think the nation can be turned upside down by him or the republicans. >> a massachusetts man who is black and muslim speaking out about the election of donald trump. >> and it's wednesday, and this
wednesday's child looking for a forever family. i'm paula ebben. i want to introduce you to a friend of mine. >> hi, my name's ari. >> look at these. unbelievable. if you pick them up with the fingers -- >> like spider-man. >> yeah, like spider-man. the camera picks up where are. isn't that cool? like a ping pong ball. i hear you like pokemon. what's your favorite video game? >> i'm awesome at pacman. >> oh, that's cool. >> see, you can get lost. oh, cool, oh, cool. >> when you think about a family that you would like, what pops into your mind? >> a mom and dad, a sibling,
presidential election. even trump supporters say there were times when he crossed the line talking about women and people with disabilities and different races and faiths. dr.mallika marshall, there may be reconciling and valuable lessons. >> i heard from children who said they were worried that their friend would be deported. there is a lot of question thas kids have, and the most important thing that parents can do is you will do you can do to protect them. in a democracy, you don't always win and you have to show respect to those who think differently than you do, and you believe in the country and respect the presidency, and depending on the child's age, you can explain how the government works with checks and balances to hopefully prevent some things they may
involved in schools and neighborhoods and communities and stand up against bullying and even if their candidate didn't win, when they grow up they should never take their rights for granted. >> it was great to see the long lines. >> i remember my husband sa, that you grew up and didn't vote. [laughter] >>thank you, doctor. lisa? a lot of people stayed up late, and waking up this morning, it's sleepy weather. but the sun will come back tomorrow. the weather to watch, the drought is rolling on with no significant rain. we will have a strong front
bring colder air for friday evening and friday night and saturday. and we'll be back in the 60s for next week. and you can see a few light showers that moved across, barely enough to wet the ground, stretching across southern new hampshire and the sea coast and portsmouth seeing light rainfall but light is the rule of the day. and as they slip south and the north with clearing skies. the temperatures, 30 to 36 and 38 in downtown boston with a brief window of winds around 20 to 25 miles per hour. lows mainly in the thursdays, and the front across cape cod and the islands and it's about
and the wind is switching to the west as we head into the afternoon and southwest as we look towards the evening, so, again, bringing milder air back in the region and it will be a breezy, cool night and temperatures in the 40s tomorrow. as the temperatures are, mainly looking at the low 50s, right on target, nothing unusual but we will get a blast of colder air on friday. friday is veteran's day eye -- a front that will sweep across and the main impact is colder and windier conditions that will move in after lunch time on friday arriving first for areas to the west. the colder air will be in place on saturday and it's a bright start to the weekend and only here for a short amount of time. on veteran's day, the morning's quiet. as we look to midday, the front is moving through with early daytime highs and temperatures
afternoon and winds gusting at 40 miles per hour out of the northwest and chilly if you have any plans on friday night. as for the weekend, it's a breezy and chilly saturday and sunday, a nice fall day and temps rebounding into the 50s. here is the accu-weather 7 day, 63 the high on monday, and tuesday, close to 60 as well by wednesday. until then, very, very dry conditions. david and lisa, over to you. >> thank you, eric. a north shore police officer married to the chief is behind bars. >> coming up, the brutal crime that she accused of committed of accusing. >> and the small thing that caused this massive blaze.
bill shields has details. >> reporter: he has been a salem police officer for 23 years but investigators now say officer brian butler sexually assaulted a male prisoner on halloween night. >> he performed oral sex on the victim in the broom closet. >> reporter: on halloween night, an allegedly drunk man was taken into custody and while cameras allegedly show officer butler touching the man and then taking him into a broom closet and performing a sex act. but butler's attorney said it may be consensual. >> the allegation that is made was that there was sexual behavior between an individual and my client. >> reporter: salem's police
butler, the officer's wife. just last year, he pinned the chief's badge on his wife of 29 years. chief butler is taking time away from work and asking the public not to judge the department. >> the reelection of the alleged actions of one person should not reflect on the officers working diligently every day to do their job. >> reporter: the chief would not say how long she would make her leave but considering the while. i'm bill shields, wbz news. i will be back at 6:00. here's paula with a look at what's coming up. leaders are congratulating the new president but how will the gop congress work in and the state -- states that gave
we offer a variety of medicare plans to fit your budget and your lifestyle. with plans starting as low as $0, you'll have zero things stopping you from really doing what you love. so call now to learn more about our plans that offer everything from annual wellness visits to routine hearing and vision exams, and prescription drugs. we have new dental coverage options too. and we even offer plans with no medical deductible and no referrals. plus, all our plans come with the peace of mind that you get when you have a health plan with over 50 years of medicare experience. the next chapter of your life should be all about you. that's why we're here. to learn more, contact us for our free medicare guide with no obligations. you can call us at 1-888-800-8813 or visit us at bluecrossma.com/medicareguide.
and today, pro and anti-trump deem -- demonstrators came to trump tower n his acceptance speech, he acknowledged the impact of the movement that supported him. >> america will no longer settle for anything less than the best. we must reclaim our country's destiny and dream big and bold and daring. for our country and beautiful things and successful things once again. >> late this morning, hillary clinton spoke about conceding the election saying the loss is a painful one. she acknowledged that the country is more deeply divided than we thought but she added that she is optimistic about the future of the nation. >> i still believe as deeply as