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. new details this morning surrounding president-elect donald trump's transition team and potential cabinet members. that's making more than a president obama opens up about his successor as he tries to settle nerves ahead of his final european trip will enough jobs return to the u.s. to satisfy those who elected trump in the first place? >> what happens when politics turns ugly over accusations of a kremlin connection. saying good-bye to a trail blazing journalist of the highest quality, "early today" starts right now.
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>> i'm frances rivera. today democrats are carrying out a coordinated attack on trump's appointments. meanwhile, republicans warn to ease concerns over ban none's past. >> that's not the steve ban none that i know and i spend a lot of time with him and here's a guy who is a harvard business school, london school economic, >> i find him to be a very, very decent, very good, extremely smart man and a loyal patriotic american and sometimes in politics you get labelled a certain way or another way, but i think people will find in him a real asset to the country. >> despite democrat's efforts to bash ban none, president obama in his first press conference since the election is refusing
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me to comment on every appointment the president-elect is making t. people have spoken. donald trump will be the next president the 45th president of the united states and it will be up to him to set up a team that he thinks will serve him well and reflect his policies. >> president obama even went so far as to vouch for trump's own foreign policy positions, saying while trump campaigned hard agai with the organization would continue. the olittle branch comes as intense jockeying has rudy guiliani as a top contender as secretary of state. >> rudy guiliani and john bolton are the top ten and guiliani's
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position, guiliani continued to bring the conversation back to foreign policy. he called for a reis theing diplomatic relations with russia. >> that effort may have gotten a kick-start after president-elect trump spoke with president-elect vladmir putin, puting telling trump he is hoping for a dialogue. all of that as we learned trump's transition team is openly inquired for getting security clearance older children and son-in-law jared kushner. no formal why has been made, however, come election day, president-elect trump would be at his leisure to grant the clearance to whoever he chooses. >> while trump may be adding his children even in an unofficial capacity, it is president obama bringing the company towing, asking people to give traump
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her campaign. >> reporter: president obama opening up about his successor and the first meeting in the oval office. >> we had a corderoial conversation, that didn't swoo surprise me. i did say to him, it's important to send signals of unity and to reach out to minority groups or women. >> reporter: when asked if he still thinks donald trump is unqualified, he dodg big chunk of the country to vote for him, she going to win. he has one. i don't think he is ideological. i think ultimately, he's pragmatic in that way. and that can serve him well as long as he's got good people around him. >> reporter: in the last 100 days versus hillary clinton's
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learned, including bill clinton, say hillary clinton did not reach out enough to white voters. president obama agrees. >> we have to compete everywhere. we have to show up everywhere. we have to work at a grass roots level, something that's been a running thread in my career. you know, i wasn't iowa not because the demographics dictated that i would win iowa. it was because i spent going to every small town and fair and fish fry. >> other democrats are also agreeing with president obama, the national committee is coming to a full swing with keith ellison, the first congressman formally announcing his bid. >> i believe you got to return that focus right back to the working man and woman in this country, affirm the idea of
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the right to bargain collectively on the job. affirming having a clean environment. these are the things that our core values and that's where i want to take the democratic party. >> this morning, we are getting new reaction from bernie sanders. he says democrats need to change. >> the democrats can continue in to be run the democratic party by what i call the liberal elite. [ applause ] >> the party has got to tror which, first of 5u8, opens the door that is a party that feels the pain of working class people of the middle class of low income people, of young people, brings people into the party on virtually every issue. >> now, wildfires are raging across the country with more than 70 still burning overnight. air quality alerts are in place from charlotte, north carolina, to nashville, tennessee t. view from the southeast united states
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from as far away as alaska and california to have combat going, playss fueled by extreme drought conditions. >> this is 21 of the worst conditions for wildfires north carolina has ever seen. >> authorities expect arson as the cause of some of these fires. several already have been made. justin ross harris has him convicted of murders related to the death of his 22-month-old son. cooper was left in his fatr' father was working. prosecutors argued harris intentionally planned to kill his son to escape family responsible while he pursued sex with prostitutes and women he met online. they were backed up by photos he sent to an underage girl. while he may have been a bad husband, his actions weren't criminal says his attorney.
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without parole. just ahead, a fascinating survey of 86 burglars, thieves, inmates serving time. they offer six pieces of key advice to keep your house from being ripped off. >> a soggy northeast forecast. when is is it coming in? you're like right now. >> we are watching one band along the new jersey shore. >> that wco this is at 8:00 a.m., throughout the morning the heavier rain will move up across connect into western mass. by the time we get into the evening rush hour, that's when it will be heading into the northern portion of new england. s that a big story and here's a closer look at your day ahead. for today the rain, the wind will be up a little bit, too. airport delays are a possibility
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lot of warm weather and dry conditions in the southeast. >> we have also all the data in this warm october. we are off the charts as far as every month, we are warmer and warmer. >> what happened to that tech to tell me to bring my umbrella, though? >> you need that every morning? >> thanks a lot. thanks, for that. judgment. just ahead, fists were these ukrainian leaders. plus, donald trump promised jobs for american workers. can the president-elect deliver? >> put your money where your mouth is. it's as simple as that. h is. it's as simple as that. the 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...
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the opposition party leader wasn't going to take that literally. several stepped in the melee, they continued and a second round of fisticuffs ensued. the way a lot of russian politics work out. can they actual deliver jobs? a fascinating report ahead. first apple may have the next big thing up their sleeve. what's that all about? steve, good morning. report. good morning, apple, i have to tack a look at google glass and hopefully come up with a more sustainable product. information conveyance in you're smartphone, but we have to wait at least until 2018 according to a report by bloomberg.
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to question the role in the run-up to the donald trump election victory. apparently accusations being promoted on the facebook side the ceo, mr. zuckerberg does not think that was a problem. again, this is unofficial task force. amazon is going to get rid of the rocking paper apparently, will you have vet vet bags going to $5.99. why is that wrapping paper has no value. aayman, frances. >> nice for the bags. thank you very much. >> all right. one of the cornerstones of the trump campaign was bringing back jobs to america. now it's time to put his money where his mouth is. kevin tishl tibbles talks to people who voted for donald trump just because of his trust
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told its 1,400 employees it was shutting down. >> we're going to move our production from minneapolis to new mexico. >> reporter: it became focal point for donald trump in the election. >> we are bringing jobs back to our country. we're not going to let carrier leave. >> reporter: many at carrier are counting on him to keep his promise. >> keep your money where your mouth is. >> reporter: across from that, sumly's b workers go after their shift say they have high expectations for the government elect. >> reporter: we will hold you accountable. >> reporter: carrier is trying to ease the transition, providing three years' advance notice of the move and by funding education and retraining programs. some carrier workers see politics at play. >> they say whatever need to be said to get people's vote. especially in a time like this when we're all losing our jobs.
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these 1,400 jobs tomorrow, i will gladly vote for him again. >> >> reporter: many american workers say they have taken a gamble on trump. they hope the payoff means winning back their jobs. >> a lot of focus on the president-elect and also the spotlight on his daughter. just ahead, is ivan's jewelry line trying to cash in on her "60 minutes" appearance? you are watchar g "early today." and great service. over seventy-five years. wait. seventy-five years? that is great. speaking of great, check out these hot riffs. you like smash mouth? uh, yeah i have an early day tomorrow so... wait. almost there. goodnight, bruce. gotta tune the "a." (humming) take a closer look at geico. great savings. and a whole lot more. mr. clean gets tough on dirt and grime and grease in just a minute
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some 200 rallies pro testing the oil pipeline across the country. the army core of engineers says it will delay its decision as it looks for more input from twiebs before announcing support. president obama arrived in greece and he'll head to berlin, germany and i will ma, peru. it is the last foreign policy strip of his presidency. tomorrow, hillary clinton will speak for the first time since conceding the presidential race to donald trump she will be at the children's defense fund dpa la as they honor the former presidential nominee for her achievements. bleeding the news, ivanka trump is under scrutiny after an attempt to make money off a recent interview she gave. according to website site, her
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"60 minutes" interview. it comes in reportedly at nearly $11,000. it isn't the first time the first daughter elect got into trouble for mixing business with politics. they tweeted an image urging the public to quote shop ivanka's look. president-elect trump can rewrite security policies immediately after entering he could easily redo president obama's limited non-war drone strikes to situations where ther is a near certainty no civilian happy birthday harmed. >> i know policy has been a lot of tests for the past couple weeks. this may make you smile. former first president bush and laura bush adopted a rescue puppy in dallas t. president and
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>> for what became washington week with gwen ifill. >> we welcome governor palin and vice president biden. >> she moderated the vice presidential debates in 2004 and 2008. president obama, one of the rising black physicals she wrote about in her best selling 2009 book praised her. >> she was an especially powerful role model for young women and girls that had mired her tenacity >> reporter: she was proudest of the women and minorities she inspired. pete pumps, nbc news, washington. >> you we heard president obama, they paid tribute to her saying she was inspiration to a lot of young women journalists. i can tell you, i would choose an inspirational role model as well. just ahead, burglars shed secrets how they break into your home. plus the doctor says, why a
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>> here's a wow, look at this, three cows looks like they're on a golf tee, stranded in new zealand after an that's the only high ground left. luckily farmers were able to dig a track and rescue the cows. never seen anything like that before. possible airport delays, also in the pacific northwest, worm in the middle of the country. still the story at the end of this week, a snowstorm, maybe a big one possible, especially northern minnesota, guys, this one right here, that would be a
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>> thank you very much. you might not need to worry about loseing your luggage this holiday. >> best news i we heard all day. >> delta installed technology to keep track of your luggage. airlines are seeing less checked bags being lost since 2014. mishandled baggage rates about $3 billion over the next seven years an save all of us the headache of having to go in. >> you see $3 billion saved. all right, don't stop drinking. that's good news. that's what researchers are saying. it's good for your heart according to a study from penn state, a daily dose of beer has
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they recommend two pints for men and even abstinence but only healthy chinese adults were examined. they want to see if it applies to other groups that means a beer in addition to red wine. >> all right. if you have ever wanted insight into a criminal mind, they send out surveys to time for burglary. they responded to you and me, when asked what time of day they preferred to work in most said 12:30 to 1:30. they look for hidden valuables, everywhere! from the stove to the freeze tore the fish tank and hoilt toilets. leave a tv or a radio on. get a dog and keep an exkra car in the driveway to make it seem like somebody is home.
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nothing to see, thank you very much for watching. >> have a great tuesday.
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breaking news this morning, a driver crashes a car right into an an ybor city burglar with people inside. we are li what happened come -- ybor city bar with people inside. we are live with the damage and what happened coming up. and president obama has arrived overscenes. the message he is brings about donald trump.


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