Hillary Clinton declined to address her supporters in New York City in the wee hours this morning, as she trails Donald Trump in the presidential election. 

With Trump at 254 electoral votes and in the lead in Pennsylvania - where he stands to gain 20 more and clinch the victory - campaign chairman John Podesta offered brief remarks to the audience. 

"They're still counting votes and every vote should count. Several states are too close to call, so we're not gonna have anything more to say tonight," he said.

Podesta then told the crowd to head home and get some sleep. 

Watch the comments above and hear from the Decision Desk on the state of the Pennsylvania race above. 

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