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captioning funded by cbs it's friday, november 18th, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." president-elect donald trump picks his national security ad with experience and controversy. >> he now has to transition to governance. >> from rallying cries for change to running a country. president obama lays out how the president-elect could be a unifying leader. >> you cannot do that. a warrant. >> an arizona police officer punches a whooman. now she is out of jail and
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57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. well, president-elect donald trump offered the job of national security adviser to a close supporter and sharp critic of the obama administration. he meets tomorrow with mitt romney who called mr. trump a fraud! hena daniels is here in new york. president-elect trump is moving his high profile transition meetings from trump tower in new york city to trump national golf course in new jersey today. the development comes just a day after trump offered the job of national security adviser to retired three-star general michael flynn. as national security adviser, general michael flynn would be involved in every major defense and foreign policy decision president-elect donald trump
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well with house intelligence committee member adam shift. in a statement last night, the democrat bashed flynn for his past remarks about islam, saying his remarks only feed jihadi propaganda by reinforcing their false narrative that the west is at war with all of islam. flynn spoke at the republican national committee this summer. >> coddling and displays of empathy towards terrorists is not a strategy for defeating these murderers! >> reporter: mr. trump's latest cabinet pick followed his first face-to-face meeting with a foreign leader since his election. and more meetings with lawmakers favored for key administration posts, including south carolina governor nikki haley. she is reportedly in the running for secretary of state. despite harshly criticizing trump during the primary. >> what i've seen in donald trump is he brings out the worst in people. >> reporter: the transition team
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open to selecting former rivals for top cabinet roles. among them, texas senator ted cruz and former republican presidential candidate mitt romney who also had harsh words for the president-elect during his campaign. >> donald trump is a phony, a fraud. >> reporter: mr. trump is scheduled to meet with romney in new jersey tomorrow. vice president-elect mike pence who is in charge of the transition team was in washington again yesterday where he met with republican and >> hena daniels here in new york, thank you so much. donald trump's son-in-law jared kushner attended mr. trump's meeting with prime minister abe. kushner is one of trump's key advisers and played a critical role in his campaign. what is unclear is whether a federal anti-nepotism law prevents kushner from taking a white house job. some say it sds but speaker of the house paul ryan says he is
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young man who donald trump trusts. i will lead it up to the trump transition team what role he plays. he paid an important role in this campaign and i think that has to be respected. >> kushner is married to trump's daughter ivanka. coming up on "cbs this morning" a closer look at jared kushner and what role he may play in the administration. delay the fraud trawl concerning the defunct trump er trump university misled students on its promise to teach them to be successful in real estate. the trial is scheduled to begin in ten days. lawyers for the president-elect want the trial postponed until after mr. trump takes office. president-elect trump will likely be on the agenda when president obama meets with european leaders today. today's meeting wraps up the president's visit to germany. he met with german chancellor angela merkel yesterday.
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warning for mr. trump. his campaign style won't wear well in the oval office. it's time to get serious. >> i think the president-elect is going to see fairly quickly that the demands and responsibilities of a u.s. president are not ones that you can treat casually. >> mr. obama also said if you're not serious abou there very long. later today, the president leaves germany for peru. earlier this week in peru, the united states secret service seized $30 million in countfit currency and the largest seizure of counterfit money. the director of national intelligence james clapper says he has handed in his
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hill yesterday. all top administration official hand in their resignation when a new president takes office but clapper has been director of national intelligence since 2010 and he has said he planned to retire at the end of the obama administration. jordan claims u.s. soldiers sparked a shooting incident that left three americans dead. the u.s. says that is not the case. the shooting took place earlier this month at a base in southern jordan. da >> reporter: as army sergeant james moriarty's body came home, two incidents of he and three other soldiers were killed appears to show a deliberate terrorist attack, not as first believed was a tragic accident. the three soldiers were all green berets working for the cia in jordan training syrian rebels. u.s. officials say security camera video shows several american vehicles stopped in
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to the jordanian air field where the green berets were based. the first was allowed to pass through the gate, but then a guard suddenly opened fire on the second vehicle and killing both americans inside. the americans in the third and fourth vehicles jumped out and started returning fire. the jordanian guard shot and killed one of them before he was killed by the fire. the jordanians blame the americans for failing to stop at the gate but the u.s. jordan say there is absolutely no credible evidence they did not follow proper procedures. the fbi is leading the investigation, but, so far, has been unable to question the shooter because he is in a medically induced coma. david martin, cbs news, the pentagon. an arizona police officer caught on video punching a woman in the face has been put on administrative leave. >> hey! >> hey! >> hey, you can't hit a girl
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melissa morris kicked him in the groin before he hit her. he arrested morris believing she had an outstanding arrest warrant. >> he proceeded to tackle me and put me under arrest even though i did not have a warrant and punched me in my face twice and choked me and proceeded to arrest me and twist my arm and just brutally attack me pretty much. >> police now say the warrants ns active. the flagstaff police are investigating. the first significant snow of the year is falling in the upper mississippi valley and northern plains as arctic air moves down from canada. blizzard and winter storm warnings are posted from nebraska to michigan. the storm hit denver yesterday. 8 inches or more is expected in some areas, causing major travel headaches. in minnesota, folks are preparing for the winter-like weather. blizzard conditions are expected there today.
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well, a controversial candidate. >> reporter: that doesn't win the por a divisive two-year campaign. we are talking about choosing candidate's national bird. what did you think we were talking about? snowy outlines and loons got the most great but they want the great jay? their recommendation goes to lawmakers. i would have picked the snowy owl, but i didn't vote. a baltimore teacher is caught on video using a racial slur and action on spending bills may be postponed. those are some of the headlines on the morning newsstand.
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donald trump asked lawmakers to delay spending decisions until he takes office. house speaker paul ryan is willing to push for a stopgap budget but senate republicans are balking. the current funding deal end december 9th. the baltimore sun reports the firing of a teacher who used the "n" word in a tirade to black students. >> get out of my class! get out of my class! >> well, a student in the middle school sci c on video tuesday. the school's chief and the teachers union condemn the woman's behavior. the "los angeles times" reports on a 36 million dollar wrongful death judgment against bobbi kristina brown's boyfriend. the lawsuit claimed he drugged her and put her in a bathtub face-down. jordan has not been charged with a crime.
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the death of the gorilla who afa boy got into the enclosure. a man pleaded guilty to knocking down a boy with autism. the 15-year-old was in a cross country race last monday when the man confronted him in the park. the boy cannot speak. the man will be sentenced next month for harassment and child endangerment. still ahead, the lowe's gets a reboot. we will meet the newest record at the home improvement giant. ?> i'm a robot helper. i can tell you where things are in the store. can i help you find something? go, go! [ rock music playing ] have fun with your replaced windows. run away! [ grunts ] leave him! leave him! [ music continues ] brick and mortar, what?! [ music continues ] [ tires screech ]
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airbnb offers new travel experiences. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, jill. >> reporter: yoom. stocks on wall street moved higher pushed by positive economic data and comments from fed chair janet yellen. testifying on capitol hill yellen indicated the fed will raise interest rates the 80s meeting next month. she defended the interest rates and plans to complete her term which ends in 2018. the dow gained yesterday. the s&p added ten. the nasdaq finished 39 points higher. president-elect trump is taking credit for keeping a ford motor company plant in kentucky instead of it moving to mexico. but ford was never planning to close the entire u.s. plant, just shift one production line for its lincoln mkc. the americans working on that vehicle were going to work on a different ford model. last night, mr. trump tweeted, quote, i worked hard with bill
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in kentucky. i owed it to the great state of kentucky. ford says it told trump it would cancel its plan to shift production of that single model. mortgage rates surged this week. the average for a 30-year fixed rate mortgage jumped to 3.94% from 3.57% last week. a 15-year fixed rate climbed to 3.14% from 2.88%. the rate jump was powered by a sell-off in bonds following the election. the home rental business airbnb wants to be a one-stop shop for travel. the company is adding local tours and other activities to its website. airbnb's new guyed activities include surfing lesson and they hope to have those services in cities by next year.
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. another feather in the cubs cap after their historic world series win. chicago slugger kris bryant is voted as the national league's most available player. mike trout of los angeles won the american league award for the sec time in three seasons, even though the angels had a dreadful year. a woman says a con artist
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purchases. >> joan enjoyed the veconvenien of shopping on amazon. that is until a person hacked into her amazon account. >> it's theft. it's my money. >> reporter: the criminal changed the phone number on her account and then ordered more than had it sent to an out of state address. she changed her account and the hacker kept getting in and placing order. >> he was placing orders while i was on the phone with amazon and a supervisor. they are watching it take place. >> reporter: amazon would not comment how the hacker got into her account. this hacker was really relentless? >> yeah. they went beyond the normal scam.
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infected her computer with malware and allowing them to monitor her every key stroke. >> a gift card is entered, logging, they have the entire record. same thing too if they try to change a password. >> reporter: they say a good way to protect yourself is use amazon's two-step verification feature. when you log in a separate code is texted to your phone and must be entered to access your >> it's maddening to imagine none of it was stopping. >> reporter: when she stopped using two-step verification the hacking stop. she got her money back from amazon but not her sense of security. kenneth craig, cbs news, new york. an american astronaut starts a record setting journey. >> and liftoff. peggy whitson. >> reporter: 57-year-old peggy whitson today became the oldest woman ever to go into space. she will start a six-month
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hundreds of the nation's most treasured animals will be auctioned off over the weekend. but before they are sold, they have to be rounded up. chip reid takes us along for the ride. >> reporter: the earth rumbles as across the north dakota prairie while cowboys and cowgirls ride the herd including 80-year-old bob. he has participated in the nation's biggest buffalo roundup of its kind for the past 45 years.
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>> well, to me, it's the run is the -- you know, when we are actually pushing the buffalo and they are running just as hard as they can run, we are running as hard as we can run. it's an adrenaline kicking son of a gun, i can tell you that for a fact. >> reporter: a lot of fun? yes. but a buffalo can weigh 2,000 pounds and some of them have an attitude. just ask first-timer chris regles. >> i had a bull come at me on my horse so we had to get out of there pretty quick and it made for a memorable event. >> reporter: more than 30 million buffalo once roamed the u.s. but in the 1800s, they were slaughtered by pioneers, almost to extinction. today one of the country's wild herds calls custer park home. the first roundup is the first to be caught on film and they have been held every year since 1965. there is a purpose to this roundup? >> yes, very definitely.
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of the herd. >> the health of the herd to hold them to a manageable number so they don overgraze the land. >> reporter: after the herd, they are vaccinated. i'm not going to quit. i'll keep on riding. >> reporter: for this cowboy, living a good, long life means chip reid, cbs news, in the black hills of south carolina. -- south dakota. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," we will take you to california where they are preparing for a major earthquake as researchers have new information about two dangerous fault lines. plus fashion designer tom ford tells us about directing
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widower. >> this has been for quite a while that i've been happy. >> that is the latest installment of our new series "a more perfect union." that is the "cbs morning news" for this friday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day.
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breaking news right now at 4:30 a.m. an armed swat stand off in nor ton. a come--in morton. a teenager accused of trying to strangle a younger girl on his way to school. and the search for a serial baro why the f.b.i. is calling him the bandit. live from the channel 4 studios in boston, this is wbz news this morning. good morning, i am kate merrill. >> and i am chris mckinnon. danielle miles is here. yes, temperature wise, we are in the 30s and 40s for many


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