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morning america" later. making news in america this friday morning, breaking news right now. more protests in cities across the country. the demonstrations against president-elect donald trump getting more violent. transition of power underway. the sit-down inside the oval office. trump meets president obama for the first time, and melania trump sitting down with michelle obama. what was discussed at the white house and on capitol hill. and the trump team's one big break from what past presidents have done. >> we're reading the body language and expert analysis from the trump/obama meeting. what their eye contact and seating position said. and caught on camera, a car smashes through a store. a customer inside inches away from getting hit.
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>> good friday morning, everyone. i'm kendis gibson. >> and i'm adrienne bankert in for diane. we begin with anti-trump anger spilling into the streets again overnight. >> it is happening right now. the protests in portland, oregon, taking a violent turn escalating into what police called a riot as protesters vandalize cars and buildings, smashing windows, hurling projectiles at police. a live look at portland right now in the early morning hours. you can see police in riot gear are still out there in force and you can also see that they have made several arrests. people there in custody, and this is after protesters have been throwing glass bottles at officers. officers had to fire some rubber bullets at some point and disburse mace and pepper spray. the situation there is still ongoing in the downtown area. >> they're calling it criminal activity. this is in the pearl district which used to be a warehouse community there but now has
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become an upscale part of town with several art galleries and businesses, some of those businesses damaged by what police are calling the rioters versus protesters. there were also some violent clashes with police in oakland, california, for a third night along with vandalism and street fires, a day after three police officers were injured and more than two dozen protesters were arrested. in new york city there were markedly smaller crowds gathering at trump tower. hundreds chanting "not my president" and in louisville as many as 3,000 protesters marching through the streets, and here in denver we also have a shot for you there. >> in the meantime, president-elect trump visited the white house yesterday for his first transition meeting in the oval office saying he and president obama had great chemistry. we're going to continue to keep an eye on those protests particularly in portland but as i mentioned, president-elect described his day in the nation's capital as fantastic in stark contrast to the sentiment of many frustrated voters.
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>> and that anger in the streets of several of america's biggest cities at least for now shows no signs of abating. kenneth moton joining us from washington. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, adrienne and kendis. those overnight protests have kept police busy as they work to keep the peace. president-elect donald trump who campaigned as the law and order candidate responded in a tweet. trump's transition, not so peaceful. >> hey, hey, hey. >> reporter: another night of protests against president-elect donald trump, smashed windows in portland, oregon, crowds took over the streets in oakland. in philadelphia and new york they marched. >> these people, unfortunately, they have to get over the results. he won. he won. >> reporter: trump tasked with uniting the country tweeted, "just had a very open and successful presidential election. now professional protesters incited by the media are protesting. very unfair." but it's another trump tweet from four years ago that's resurfacing. trump said the night of president obama's re-election,
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"we can't let this happen. we should march on washington and stop this travesty." a different tone yesterday as a more humble president-elect met with president obama for the first time at the white house. >> most of all, i want to emphasize to you, mr. president-elect, that we now are going to want to do everything we can to help you succeed because if you succeed, then the country succeeds. >> we discussed a lot of different situations, some wonderful and some difficulties. i very much look forward to dealing with the president in the future. >> reporter: trump also made the rounds on capitol hill meeting with top gop officials and house speaker paul ryan. >> we're looking very much to the future. we're going to look very strongly at health care and we're looking at jobs, big league jobs. >> reporter: trump on a tour
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while his ex-opponent was on a nature walk. this heartbroken hillary clinton supporter went for a hike in chappaqua when she bumped into the former democratic nominee out just walking the dogs. and last night trump also tweeted about his white house meeting saying, fantastic day in d.c., met with president obama for first time. real good meeting. great chemistry. melania liked mrs. o a lot. as for clinton, the capitol hill investigations into her private e-mail server will continue and the trump team says he hasn't ruled out his promise to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate clinton. adrienne and kendis. >> yeah, representative jason chaffetz among those saying they plan to look into those e-mail servers. kenneth moton in washington, thank you. now the current and future first ladies sat down with each other. michelle obama and melania trump held a private meeting in the white house residence as was the case with their husbands. it was the first time they spoke face-to-face. they discussed raising kids together and mrs. obama
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showed mrs. trump the former state rooms and the truman balcony. vice president biden has met with his successor. biden and vice president-elect mike pence discussing pence's upcoming duties. they also looked over biden's policy portfolios. those include the nato alliance and expanding access to the middle class. biden and pence have been friends since they served in congress together from 2001 until 2009. and there's some talk donald trump could be looking inside his own family to find his chief of staff. trump's son-in-law jared kushner was seen walking with obama's chief of staff denis mcdonough at the white house. kushner married to ivanka trump was also a key adviser during the campaign. the trump team shook things up with the media yesterday breaking protocol and bucking a long-standing practice of allowing reporters to track america's new leader. mr. trump left new york city without pool reporters and kept them in the dark during his historic first meetings with leaders in washington including president obama. one reporter says it sets a dangerous precedent. anyone who has been to new york city knows trump tower is
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right there on fifth avenue, a key business and tourist area which is now a giant security zone. the tower is now surrounded by what's called unbelievable security measures. some streets have also been closed off in the area and there's also a no-fly zone in a two-mile radius over midtown manhattan. that will be in place until january 21st. there's talk this morning about a possible deal in the trump university fraud case. trump's attorneys have now agreed to enter settlement talks. trump said during the campaign that he never settles lawsuits but if it goes to trial later this month as scheduled, the defense wants a delay until after the inauguration. federal judge gonzalo curiel says he's not inclined to delay the case any longer. and in a troubling new development, mr. trump's election victory appears to be unleashing a fresh torrent of hate speech. inside a high school in york, pennsylvania, students held up trump signs chanting white
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power. and in the cafeteria inside a michigan middle school, students chanted build the wall reportedly while latino children in the room cried. >> it's really time to come together, not separate like this. well, the markets are open on this federal holiday, but president obama still has a full schedule for veterans day. he starts with a breakfast for veterans and their families and goes to arlington national cemetery for the wreath laying ceremony there. banks and post offices are also closed, by the way, today. well, still ahead right here, a body language expert discusses the meeting between trump and obama. who looked fatigued and who looked fearful? and he was the congressman who graced the cover of "men's health" magazine and had an office decorated like "downton abbey." the serious charges aaron schock now faces.
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so, these stunning images captured the moments of terror on the streets of one brazilian town. an explosion and ball of flames had people running for their lives. some people were knocked to the ground by the powerful blast. the fire started when a car carrying butane gas cylinders caught fire. and it was a close call for a convenience store customer near oklahoma city. the man at the counter jumped out of the way seconds before a car plowed through the front. a police spokesperson says she was surprised no one was injured. the driver says she hit the accelerator instead of the brake. one officer killed and another wounded after being ambushed in pennsylvania. authorities say officer scott bashioum and the wounded officer were immediately fired upon responding to a domestic disturbance call. the suspect and pregnant woman were also found dead. neighbors say police were often called to the home where the shooting took place.
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raging wildfires in tennessee have prompted a state of emergency. at least 53 active fires are burning in the state scorching nearly 10,000 acres. thousands of firefighters are battling the flames. authorities are also concerned about air quality because of smoke. dozens of residents have been forced to evacuate their homes. fema is offering financial assistance. singer/songwriter leonard cohen has died. ♪ hallelujah hallelujah >> that's cohen performing one of his best-known songs "hallelujah." cohen first came to prominence in the 1960s often writing songs for other artists such as judy collins, james taylor and willie nelson. but he continued writing and performing up until his death. his most recent album was just released last month. leonard cohen was 82. when we come back, a wild
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in california a big rig fire caused a massive traffic delay. authorities were forced to shut down parts of the 60 freeway near los angeles. the flames also sparked a brush fire that spread to more than two acres before it was contained. witnesses say they heard several explosions as the flames spread. the problem for drivers in california this morning will be at the other end of the state with wet roads there and in oregon as well as washington. roads could also be slippery in west texas along the border. other than that driving actually looks pretty good. a former illinois congressman has been indicted on charges of abusing public funds.
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>> yeah, we're talking about aaron schock whose capitol hill office was decorated in the style of the show "downton abbey." he resigned from office last year and prosecutors allege that schock used campaign funds to buy world series tickets and then tried to resell them at a profit. other charges include nine counts of wire fraud. we should point out one conviction of wire fraud carries a maximum sentence of 20 years. we're seeing the first dramatic new images from inside the pulse nightclub massacre. police body cameras reveal the aftermath of that shoot-out. once the gunman was killed, terrified survivors came out of hiding. the most disturbing images were removed from the video. 49 people died during the terror attack. the city of orlando plans to turn the nightclub into a memorial. a unique rescue involving two bald eagles. they were stuck in a storm drain. one was able to fly away after about an hour. the second was rescued by experts. they say it's more likely that the two were fighting over territory. the injured eagle was free after about 90 minutes. the bird injured its leg, chest
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and cracked its beak, and it's expected that those wounds will take about six weeks to heal. that was out of orlando, florida. workers at an american eagle store in stillwater, oklahoma, don't know how a deer got into their store. oh, my goodness, but they know how it got out. that's going to cost some money to replace. the buck took a running start before smashing through the front window. no word it was hurt but it was last seen running away from the store. >> talk about your big buck sales. the college basketball season kicks off today front and center on this veterans day. a doubleheader at the armed forces classic in honolulu. >> the nightcap features kansas and indiana, but pro basketball is already in full swing. let's get details now from espn. >> good morning, america. welcome in to "sportscenter." i'm lisa kerney, he is john anderson. dwyane wade back in south beach for first time since leaving. he said, yeah, that was weird. >> it's like a home and home series. dwyane wade. he and the coach renewing
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acquaint tans, the crowd, even pat riley clapping for him. warm welcome back. that's old school d-wade right there. up under reverse and a bucket foul and one. wade scored 13. chicago wins it, 98-95. warriors and nuggets. kevin durant, 18 points thursday night. 72 straight regular season games without 20 points and this one was all about steph curry. transition three. why not again? take a look. warriors up 17. this one and curry hits another one the dude was ridiculous. seven three-pointers on his way to getting 33 points. golden state 125-101. here's the nfl thursday night offering, browns/ravens, ravens up, 13-7.
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joe flacco, steve smith over the middle. that's a touchdown. record breaker there for smith as he moves up to number eight all time in receiving. baltimore up 21-7, shawn perriman, best catch of the game, and the touchdown to boot. hauls that in and ravens win 28-7 and the browns fall to 0-10. so as we say good-bye to america, cleveland, hang in there. and speaking of cleveland you saw president obama with donald trump in the oval office. >> yeah, nice transition here. after their meeting president obama went outside to welcome the nba champs, lebron james and the rest of the cavaliers were honored for beating golden state in june. they presented the president with a jersey, number 16. after that presentation, it was time for the team picture. >> but this was pretty cool, the cavaliers and staff also provided this video. players and staff doing the mannequin challenge inside the white house. >> lebron james in the middle of the action with a selfie and the first lady. a picture on the page of james' strag page has half a million likes. president-elect trump getting the wax museum treatment there.
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♪ time for your friday "pulse" starting with a little body language analysis and music to get down to. with that historic sit-down in the oval office between president-elect trump and president obama. >> yeah, so at least one expert saying president obama looked extremely tired, fatigued, resigned. not hopeful, while mr. trump appeared tentative, serious and perhaps fearful. >> as far as that all important man spread, she says both men are asserting their alpha male positions, but president obama with the wider man spread, as you can see, subconsciously saying i'm still on top. >> of course, maybe they were just trying to be comfortable and maybe we're reading a little too much into it. >> perhaps. >> meantime, plus how stressful is it to take on a new job.
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come on. or give up a job. meantime, across the pond president-elect trump set to be immortalized in wax. >> madame tussauds is london is already preparing a wax figure of trump and sculptures have finished the wax head and they're now focusing their attention on perfecting his signature hairstyle. >> good luck. that will take work. they'll inserting it from the belly of a yak and hope to have it finished in time for inauguration day on january 20th. how are we getting details on what kind of hair they're using or what animal? i don't remember them doing this for like michael jackson or angelina jolie. >> but look at the masterful work they've already done and accomplished there. >> it is an art. >> remember the blue dress/gold dress controversy. here's a new one. is this a cat or a dog that you're looking at? >> well, we know it's a 2-year-old male something from quebec named achum. on his website
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good morning, bay area. let's get going. >> a long week. we made it to friday, november 11. veterans day. i am regular. >> we are honoring the men and women who serve our country. >> good morning, 4:30 club. >> lech walesa is here and jessica jessica castro and meteorologist mike nicco. i want another beautiful day like yesterday. >> i mark it with the day planner and talk about the fog forming right now with visibility okay. they decrease through the morning. here is a look at high clouds on live doppler hd. you want another mild to warm day? got it. starting out in the 50s and in the 60s to mid-70s from the coast inland by noon. not is warm as yesterday. still warmer than average with 60s to low 70s by 4:00. a delightful evening at 58 to 64. how is the commute?
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alexis? >> light so far. the golden gate bridge shows you can count the cars. no worries there. we have fog. obviously mike will talk about this. if you come from tracy through the altamont pass, with reduced visibility, no slow downs. we have changes with mass transit because of the veterans day holiday. >> breaking news from oakland a homicide investigation after a fire. >> you can see where the fire broke out at dunbar near the coliseum. amy hollyfield? >> homicide investigators are on the scene. this section of east oakland is shut off in this neighborhood. the first responders were firefighters responding to a fire at 12 common 21.
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they covered three bodie and called in oakland police because it looked "suspicious." homicide investigators are trying to figure out what happened and will brief us hopefully soon. first they need to assess the situation. they need to figure out what they are dealing with. we have not heard about motive or arrest. >> antidonald trump protesters gathered in oakland for a third night vowing to do it tonight. it start the peacefully at 9:30 a splinter group made it to 580 and stopped traffic the police arrested 11, seven businesses were damaged. cornell barnard covered it all. >> a new flight of demonstration on the streets of oakland, a thousand people gathered on the plaza to protest the election of


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