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2017-06-15 10:38:56 | 日記
  Clinton, In Concession Speech: U.S. 'More Deeply Divided Than We Thought' Special coverage of Hillary Clinton's concession speech, with NPR hosts and reporters. Clinton took the stage Wednesday to make her first public statements after losing the presidency to Donald Trump. STEVE INSKEEP, HOST: Donald Trump is the president-elect with something north of 270 electoral votes. But in an unusual order of things, although he has claimed victory and received a phone call, a congratulatory phone call from Hillary Clinton as well as President Obama, Secretary Clinton has yet to speak. We are expecting that any time now. We are seeing John Podesta now in a televised image coming into the room, and perhaps Secretary Clinton will be coming shortly. And NPR's Tamara Keith is in the scene there. Tamara, do you see the secretary herself in the room yet? TAMARA KEITH, BYLINE: I do not see her yet. Everyone here is - stood up and is giving a standing ovation to John Podesta, the campaign chairman, when he walked in. I mean, it's not a vigorous applause, but... INSKEEP: Would you describe... KEITH: ...These people are pretty tired.
INSKEEP: ...The scene where you're at? KEITH: Yeah. We're in a pretty nondescript ballroom. There are a bunch of American flags up on the stage, a lectern, a teleprompter. There are chandeliers. And staff are now - staff and supporters are chanting Hillary, Hillary. There are a lot of people... DAVID GREENE, HOST: Hey, Tam? KEITH: ...That couldn't get in. Yeah? GREENE: Tam, how different is this event than the one the campaign was hoping to hold last night? KEITH: This is LED Canopy Light years different. We're in a room with a white plaster ceiling and some chandeliers. And... INSKEEP: Rather than a glass ceiling. KEITH: ...You know, she had planned to be in a room with a glass ceiling and cannons shooting off confetti that looked like broken glass. So it's completely different than what she had planned. I mean, there were thousands and thousands of people gathered last night at the Javits Center. This morning there probably are at least a thousand people here, but - and, you know, many, many staff and supporters who are lined up, trying to get in and who will not get into the room. GREENE: It is just amazing to think about... KEITH: I'll also say... GREENE: ...
What's the - the difference and what is the same compared to 2008. I mean, the similarities in that she is having to acknowledge that she did not win a run for the presidency. And she talked about, you know, cracking that glass ceiling. But what a difference these years have made. I mean, this is a different moment. KEITH: Yeah. And it will be really interesting. I think that speech that she gave in 2008 in the Building Museum in Washington, D.C., it was a - it was one of the best speeches she's ever given. And I've seen a lot of her speeches over the years. I don't know what this one will be. I know that they've been working on it. And this is an important moment because her supporters and even people who didn't support her, people who supported Bernie Sanders and maybe didn't turn out - there are a lot of people who are concerned, afraid, don't know what to expect. And she has said that she need - wants to work to repair the United States of America, to bring people together. She thought she'd be doing that as president of the United States. But this concession speech is a very important moment, as will be President Obama's press conference later today. INSKEEP: And this is reminding me, when you talk about her 2008 concession speech, that what we're about to listen to here is an important part of the democratic tradition, the loser conceding as graciously as possible. It has happened presidential election after presidential election.
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