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donald trump go away. racist, sexist, anti-gay. >> protesters erupt for a second night, voicing their opposition to the president-elect. >> as donald trump goes to wash for the first time as he begins to line up cabet members. >> mr. president, it was a great honor being with you. i look forward to being with you many, many more times in the future. >> leonard cohen, singer, songwriter and a giant of poetry in the last half century has died. and how our nation is honoring its men and women on veterans
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>> i'm frances rivera. >> for the second noits in a row, spontaneous protests erupt across the country and one even became violent as demonstrators in portland, oregon faced off against police in riot gear. 26 people were arrested. frustrated voters also marched in baltimore, philadelphia, san francisco, and oakland, all in opposition of tuesday's election results. as the protesters demonstrated their frustrations with the to his own self, taking to twitter to blast them. just had a very open and successful presidential election. now professional protesters incited by the media are protesting, very unfair. it should be noted trump himself called for washington on the night on 2012's presidential elections. he continued to tweet this morning, posting, quote, love the fact that the small groups of protesters last night have passion for our great country. we will all come together and be
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conciliatory tone yesterday, celebrating his meeting with president obama and his wife's sit-down with the first lady. trump's meeting with the president, the first time the two met face-to-face, was just one of a series of hallmark events for the republican billionaire who made his way to washington for the first time since becoming the country's president-elect. bucking protocol on giving press access, they refutzed to allow journalists to travel with him. trump's packed trip to washington. >> donald trump at the white house trying to rebuild the bridges he burned on his way there. >> obama is an incompetent. the most ignorant president in our histwraerb he has been a devaster. >> today, a different tone. >> very good man. >> this scene in the oval office unimaginable to those who never thought president-elect trump had a chance. including president obama. >> i continue to believe mr. trump will not be president.
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candidate trump. a bitter battle that began years ago with trump's birther crusade against obama. something that did not come up in today's 90-minute meeting. >> it sounds like the meeting might have been at least a little less awkward than some might have expected. >> trump joined by wife melania who toured the east wing with the first lady and by jared kushner, his son-in-law and one of his closest advisers walking the south chief of staff. the president-elect seeking his predecessor's advice. president obama sharing some. >> don't answer the questions when they're yelling. >> but trump couldn't resist talking with reporters at his second stop on capitol hill. trump walking the halls of congress with senate majority leading mitch mcconnell and getting a look at where he'll be sworn in from house speaker paul ryan. they relationship strained from
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to defend him. the two now preoratizing tax reform and the fight against the health care law. proper proposals to unite the party. >> if they have an interest in sitting and talking to me, i'll talk to her. if hillary had won, i would talk to hillary. >> while there were detractors like john kasich willing to work with him, elizabeth warren vowed to fight him every step of the way. >> we have to be r mobilize on specific issues when the time comes. we're not going to fight every issue every minute of every day. we're going to be smart, organized, use our time and our talents in a strategic and careful way. but we are going to fight back. we are not turning this country over to what donald trump has sold. we are just not. >> as for hillary clinton, it
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campaign trail for a different type of trail. this image shared by a self-described heartbroken mother who came across the former presidential candidate while hiking in chappaqua, new york. >> we wanted to update you on a continued anti-trump protests occurring in major cities as one turned violent overnight in portland, oregon. this is the situation there. continuing to follow that as we go through the day. >> sad news to record. sedgeenedary singer, and poet leonard cohen has died. his career and influence often compared to that of bob dylan and paul simon. ? hallelujah ? >> his most famous song, hallelujah, has been covered hundreds of times since he released in it 1984. it was introduced and made popular to a whole new
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he'll also be remembered for suzanne. he was inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame in 2008. leonard cohen was 82 years old. >> more fallout for former illinois republican congressman, in shock. a grand jury has indicted him on 24 counts. schock came under scrutiny amid a spending scandal after reports allege thousands of dollars to remake his office in a representation of downton abbey. no one intended to break the law, he says. >> what could be seen as a metaphor for our political discourse, two bald eagles were stuck inside a gutter in florida yesterday. they got trapped in the storm drain near orlando. one was able to fly away on its
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workers. look at the crowds gathering. part of the road was blocked off. the rescued bird is being treated for injuries and will be released once it is fully healed. >> it feels like that would be an appropriate symbol for the year on the campaign trail. >> mark zuckerberg responds to the allegation that facebook may have swayed the election. >> let's check in with raphael miranda. happy friday. >> happy veterans good morning. we're tracking finally wet weather returning to the northwest. quiet across much of the rest of the country. dry for now in places like seattle and portland, down to medford. rain moves in later this evening. across the northeast, it's breezy. expngt wind-related delays by the end of the day.
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yesterday, but still sunny witi temperatures in the low 80s. and that's a look at your friday forecast. back to you. >> thanks very much. just ahead, the nba champion cleveland cavaliers going to washington. plus, details on donald trump's potential cabinet picks after he's repeatedly promised to, quote, drain the swamp. all that back in two. ing lien te strength to outrun her brother. thanks for giving victor the energy to be the rowdiest fan. and joseph, the ability to see monsters. when you choose walgreens, you choose to make a difference... like how every vitamin and flu shot you get at walgreens helps give life-changing vitamins and vaccines... to children in need. so, really... happy thanks for giving! walgreens. at the corner of happy and healthy.
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well, being in the white house, never thought he would have made it there. >> leading the news, mark zuckerberg says when it comes to tuesday's election results, don't put the blame on him. he addressed the growing criticism aimed at facebook, namely that its influence of power is growing. part is because the number of fake news articles on its site is increasing. he told a technology conference, quote, to think it influenced the election in any way is a crazy idea. if you believe that, i don message that trump supporters are trying to send in this election. >> as a reality of a trump administration begins to set in, america starts to learn just who would be tasked with carrying out some of the most important decisions facing the nation. and despite trump's pledge to drain the swamp, many of the billionaire' top prospects are clear washington insiders. katy tur has more. >> who will donald trump surround himself with? after all, he's promised the
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>> we have to have smart people. i have the smartest people. >> nbc news has learned from campaign sources the trump transition team has not yet presented the president-elect with any names for top posts. but his team has a working list of three to five names for each cabinet position. >> it's up to donald trump and mike pence now to sit down and figure out people who not only helped on the campaign but can help change america. >> no word on exactly who is on the short list, there quiet whispers up some high-profile trump supporters. most washington insiders. retired general mike flynn for national security adviser. texas congressman michael mccaul for homeland security. reince priebus, chief of staff. or potentially chris christie. >> would you want to be chief of staff? would you want to be attorney general? >> you don't think -- >> that's a pregnant pause. >> rudy giuliani not as coy about his interest in attorney general.
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knows the justice department better than me. >> nbc news has learned from sources with knowledge of thedition, mike rogers former house chair of the intelligence committee is considered for cia director. he issued a no comment today. there's a lot of work to do. team trump needs to fill 4,000 positions, 1,000 of which need senate confirmation. >> donald trump would make a mistake if he appoints too many insiders to positions. he won as an outsider. and hee which delivered victory for him. >> those senior aides to vp elect mike pence hope to keep the outsider campaign an outsider administration. as of now, many signs point to much of the same. katy tur, new york. >> today is veterans day, a day to honor the sacrifice so many have made for all of us and our country. around the nation, people have been honoring veterans and service members in their own special ways.
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night tonight, four navy s.e.a.l.s rappelled from the rafters and then dropped the puck for the ceremonial faceoff. one elementary school student in north carolina got a surprise when his dad showed up in class. he thought his dad was in africa. >> just look at the two young faces after a navy officer surprised his sons at their connecticut connecticut elementary school's annual veterans day ceremony. their expression says it all where. >> never gets old. >> as we go to share our lives outside of 30 rock on this veterans day. some of "early today's" heroes, family and friends who have served or are currently serving in the military. from all of us at "early today," we want to thank you for your service to our country. more "doing chores for mom" per roll
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fast forwarding today. president obama will honor our nation's veterans. the president w by laying a wreath at the tomb of the unknown. an annual observance at arlington national cemetery. >> kerry will be in antarctica to survey the effects of climate change. john kerry is the first secretary of state and the most senior u.s. official to visit antarctica and the first to visit all seven continents. >> later on today, ever wonder
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see how legitimate pet psychics are really are. >> maybe they could have predicted the presidential election. >> i don't think anyone could have predicted. >> with the trump election bounce on wall street, we have a staggering start to what they're calling their singles day sale. landon dowdy is going to fill us in on those stories. >> that's right. good morning to you both. the floor of the new york stock exchange is an incredibly patriotic place. today at honor otveterans day, trading will cease for a moment of silence to remember those who fell in battle while serving our country. after that, the pursuit of money will be paramount. traders looking to beat yesterday's all-time high on the dow, which ripped to 18,808. the nasdaq ended down just a little to 52.08. meanwhile, it's singles day, as you mentioned, in china. if you never heard of it, you're not alone. it is in fact the world's
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friday and cyber monday combined. it's named after today's date, 11/11, and has been an occasion when people treat themselves to a special gift. it's the brain child of alley baba, and the total was boosted in parts by other e-tailers that recently bought in. and stars star in tv ads to promote singles day. >> and sn spectacle of itself. it's launching new sunglasses pluz a camera that can be instantly up loaded. the first of the devices are on sale in venice beach, las vegas, in a bright yellow vending machine. the vending will soon disappear, just like a snapchat message. >> thank you. have a great weekend. >> just ahead, find out how they're preparing for a trump presidency. plirs, the fist lady takes on an
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>> temperatures there in the 50s. dry in the southwest. 84 in phoenix. beautiful for southern california. but the rain and higher elevation mountain snows continue in the northwest. temperatures in the 50s in seattle. that's a look at your weekend forecast. >> you have to love the 80 degrees in los angeles. >> feels good. >> those of us feeling the cold here on the east coast. thanks for that. >> this morning, investigators are looking into what caused a semitruck to ignite. it resulted in this brush fire
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were inside the big rig when it caught fire. no injuries have been reported. >> this is what's happening in our neighborhood. the rockefeller center christmas tree is on the move. the time lapse look shows dozens of workers prepping it for its trip from upstate new york to here in manhattan. it's scheduled to arrive outside of our studios tomorrow. the rockefeller center christmas tree will be decorated with 50,000 lights and they'll be turned on on november 30th live something to look forward to always around here. >> always impressive to see how they maneuver the tree in throughout the tight streets of new york. that's pretty impressive. >> here's something you have likely never seen before. a pack of mongooses stealing the show, running across a golf course in a televised tournament. the golfers had no issue sharing the spotlight, and not a single ball was moved as they ran across the grass there.
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asia and they're known for their ability to take down the king cobra snake. it's not mongeese. it's mongooses. >> thank you for some of our viewers for helping us out with that. >> an international exhibit of funeral services in slovakia is featuring this. this is a grave digging competition, professional funeral companies across central europe hope the event would shed a more positive light on their accuracy, precision, all on digging graves without the help of modern tools. impressive. two brothers proved victorious against nooinl other teams. good things these graves they're using aren't going to be really used. >> they're trying to said positive light on the industry, then i see a guy dressed as a grim reaper. >> part of the day's work. thanks for being with us. have a great weekend. >> i'm ayman mohyeldin.
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today." we'll see you back here on monday morning. >> we're not with this. i think it's bull crap. it's stupid and needs end. >> kim: anti-trump protestors getting more violent. some tired of everything that has to do with government. we te one in moments. also finally open, veterans in southern nevada finally have a place to get the medical care they need. it's a lot closer to home. more on what the new v.a. center pahrump is offering. also weed becoming legal. voters approved the measure to make recreational marijuana legal in the state of nevada. when it's going to happen and what has to be done before h. is
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>> dana: good morning. it is 4:30 on this friday. more importantly it is veterans day as we honor our nation's military. >> kim: we have one of the best parades this side of the mississippi in our own backyard. we always have coverage throughout the day and we'll give you a preview of what to expect as far as the routed if you want to head down there or the crowds, we are your parade authority this morning. also the wagners, kim and dana here on this veterans day. >> dana: let's get the forecast for the all important parade that begins at 10:00 just south of freemont street. >> kelly: you might want a sweater if you are heading down early to get a good seat. if you are sitting in the sun, it's probably going to feel good. it's going to warm up again


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