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events and live outside of the white house. >> greg -- >> sorry wow. what a difference an election could make, days ago millions of americans could not imagine a meeting like the one that happened today. and then the election and president barack obama was shaking hands and opening the white house to president-elect donald trump. >> millions voted for the change in political power. >> i had the opportunity to have an excellent conversation with president-elect donald trump. >> obama blasted trump throughout the campaign saying he was unfit to serve as commander and chief and trump spent years challenging the legitimacy of his presidency saying he was born outside of the united states. and they are trying to focus now
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on the unity of the country. >> some excellent some difficulties. i very much look forward to dealing with the president in the future. >> it's not clear what a trump presidency will look like but if he makes good on his promises he will wipe away most of what president obama has done in his eight years in office. he wants to make sure the transition to power goes well easing him into the role of commander and chief with no problems. >> i am very encouraged i think by the interest in president-elect trump's wanting to work with my team. >> mr. president it was a great honor being with you and i look forward to being with you many, many more times in the future.
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>> all right back out live, this meeting no doubt go down in history. donald trump saying he will seek the council of president obama. and michelle obama had a meeting with melania trump. gray hall, channel 6 "action news." >> thank you. from the white house, president-elect trump went straight to capitol hill. the new video shows the meeting with house speaker paul ryan who said it was fantastic and productive. they are working on health care a and immigration. >> and paul ryan is hoping to keep his job after criticism of donald trump. and this will fall to new jersey governor, chris christie. he was asked what role he may play after the inauguration if the bottom line is i have a job
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to do to get the administration ready and if there is some role that i want to done he wants me to do. we have known each other for 14 years, we'll talk about it. >> and his name is floated for positions like white house chief of staff and attorney general. christie will meet with agencies and start to draft with policy teams for president-elect trump's first day in office. and cities across the country and here in philadelphia are preparing for another night of protests. "action news" learned that more demonstrations are being planned for tonight. this is what it looked like last night as crowds of people marched down broad street voicing their dissatisfaction with the election results. organizers say they will gather again at city hall. >> we are gathering to say this
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is not our america or what we thought it was. we'll give ourselves to place to mourn that this is what happened in america. >> can you count on "action news" to keep you updated on any protest that will be organizing in the coming hours. the coverage continues online at there you can watch the full news conference following the meeting between president obama and president-elect donald trump. and you can read the latest on the political scene and see reaction from philadelphia and around the country. we have breaking news out of radnor this afternoon. chopper 6 hd is now live showing the scene where someone was hit and killed along the norristown high speed line. crews were called to the county line station just after 3:00 today. a man sitting underneath the platform was killed instantly we are told. septa is on the scene investigating and buses are
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shuttling riders vul of that crash. held at gun point and forced to the basement and then robbed. the search is on to find the two people who ransacked the house with temple university students lived. we spoke to their roommate who says they are terrified. sara bloomquist has the story. >> reporter: the victim feels certain this was suppose to be a burglary and turned to the robbery after they came upon one resident and his girlfriend at home. we spoke to a young man about the terrifying moments when he and his girlfriend came face-to-face with a gun. >> he had a gun in my face and said he would blow my brains out. >> john said a man with his face covered and a hoody over his head came into the bedroom where him and his girlfriend were
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about to go to sleep. >> he said where is the money, and i said i don't have any money i have $40 and that is a lot of money to me. he told us to delete the icloud information off our phones, i don't know how, it's not something i do frequently, he was literally coaching us through how to do it. a second suspect ordered them to a living room sofa and then made them go to the basement. >> they see college kids it's an easy hit. we have stuff and they don't have stuff. >> they believed it was suppose to be a burglary. they didn't break in the front door, they came in a window and crawled over a fire escape. >> one parent rushed to the home at the 14 hundred block in wilmington. >> i hope there is an increased
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presence in this area and on this street. >> it puts you on edge for sure. >> another neighbor told us that police were here on the block recently talking to the residents about recent break-ins with so much student housing in this area now, there are surveillance cameras everywhere. detectives are hoping that one of them captured the suspects. i'm sara bloomquist, channel 6 "action news." >> all right, sara thank you. the man accused of setting off bombs in new jersey and new jersey, went before a judge today on federal terrorism charges, ahmad rahami, made his first in court court appearance after being captured in september. he is concerned with his injuries sustained in a shootout with police and the 22-year-old is accused of detonating a pipe bomb at a marine corps charity
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race in seaside, new jersey. and setting two pressure cooker bombs in manhattan. he plans to enter a plea of not guilty. a police officer is dead after an ambush style shooting in western pennsylvania and so is the man wanted for opening fire. the incident happened at 3:00 this morning in theown of canyca canyca cannca canonsburg. the gunman was watching for police inside. and they found the man and woman inside of the home. the officer killed is scott leslie a father, who served on the force for seven years. >> he was a loving father and never once did he ever say no to me for anything. he is one of those guys that was
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there for you whenever you needed anything. >> the other officer injured in this shooting was flown to a hospital in pittsburgh and is out of surgery and expected to recover. the motive behind the shooting is still unclear. as you can see a memorial for the officer and prayers for the speedy recovery for his partner. we are going to check in shortly with meteorologist, adam joseph, a lucky guy on an adventure. he picked a darn good day to do it. but cecily tynan is outside with the first check of the accuweather forecast. >> a nice turn around. it's a beautiful november day, we got rid of the rain and replace tropical disturbance with sunshine. right now philadelphia 56, and new york city 55 and warmer in d.c. 62 degrees. but there is even warmer air across the midwest. green bay, 67, and chicago 63 and we'll be tapping into some of that warmer air tomorrow
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ahead of a cold front and satellite 6 along with action radar showing this cold front not only does it not have any rain and barely any clouds associated with it. as it pushes through its going to bring us some gusty winds. wind gusts up to 35 miles per hour. and so it is going to be a windy veterans day and along with that ahead of the front we get a brief spike in temperatures, then as the front comes through a wind of change, that will bring us a dramatic weekend chill. and talking about windchills in the 20s. we'll have more details in that coming up on the accuweather forecast. >> we haven't heard that in a while. >> still ahead on "action news" at 4:00, a local firefighter is accused of pulling off a bank robbery. "action news" talks to friends and colleagues why they say he may have turned to crime. plus, seatbelt safety concerns, brand new details about a recall affecting cars
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widely credited among the safest on the road. and adam joseph is live outside on an outdoor adventure. hi there adam. >> we are live at johnson locust hall farm. a beautiful day, we are thinking apples and pumpkin pie and hayrides, you ready to go? >> yay! >> we are going to check out the farm and see what popcorn looks like when it grows. and we'll have the forecast when we return. there you go --
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it's time for the "action news" traffic report. as we get ready to start the ride home, matt pellman is in the traffic center with the first check.
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>> it's nicer than yesterday weather wise but we have traffic and transit complications including it's norristown high speed line due to the people being struck. you are running the buses instead of the trains between norristown and bryn mawr. the buses if you don't feel like taking them take the paoli regional rail line. 21 minutes behind on 541. and septa's route 15 trolley is running behind because a school bus doesn't want to run. that is causing delays on the 15 trolley. no shortage of delays here on the vine street expressway jammed in both directions with normal afternoon volume but here is good news. if you drive around crescentville, we are waiting on the adams avenue bridge to reopen and shut down since early may, we are getting word that tomorrow it will reopen.
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and by tomorrow afternoon's rush you should be able to travel on adams avenue. we are set for a burlington bristol bridge opening. coming up in 15 minutes for a southbound ship. head for the turnpike connecter instead. lets grab the ipad and do the commuter report on this thursday almost friday afternoon a crash near lincoln financial field we are slow there any way but right now 14 miles per hour because there is also a crash. we'll check it again in the next half hour. >> very good thank you. we have breaking news from wall street where markets closed 16 minutes ago. check this out. despite the dire predictions in the dow as a result of donald trump's election chbl. you see what happened the dow is at a new high rising 218 points. it's slightly off its highest high of the day today. the dow is rallying and the nasdaq fell a bit.
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off 22 points and change and the s&p rising around 4.25 points today. volvo is recalling 34,000 cars and suvs. there is concerns that the front passenger seatbelt may not hold people during a crash. some buckles have broken way from the seat. some 2016 and 2017 vehicles, to see the full list of makes and models involving volvo, head to and the 6 abc news app. grab your canned goods and head to wilmington to stuff the bus. the annual food event is responsered by dart and volunteered. they are collecting food items until 5:00 tonight and they need household products like laundry detergent and paper towels. it helps needy people in
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pennsylvania enjoy a thanksgiving meal. we here at 6 abc are again lenning a hand to help feed our neighbors in need. join us for the fundraising event. sara bloomquist will host a live food bank and special guests and volunteers will be on the phones taking your donations from 4:00 until 6:30. for more information go to >> we are glad to be a part of it. you ready for fun today? lets do it. it's time for the outdoor adventure. it's back. >> adam joseph live in jobs town, burlington county. he is on a horse having fun at locust hall farm. you have to ride a horse, not only farm animals for the kids to pet. this is rocket. he is entertained by kids as
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well. rocket enjoying a beautiful fall day, they have 300 plus acres here and they grow peaches and apples and pies, and we are dogs a lot of taste testing and rocket has his own line, look at the temperatures it is beautiful no matter where you are. we are in the 50s across the board in philadelphia and the temperature 56 degrees and allentown 57 and millville 56. and wilmington coming in at 57 degrees. satellite 6 along with action radar going to be pretty clear tonight and overnight. just a few clouds over new england but that is about all going on at the present time. after yesterday's anywhere from a .25 and inch of rain quite a nice change as we round out the week. a moon lit sky and not too chilly. temperatures dip to the 40 degree mark at the northwestern suburbs and philadelphia 46
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degrees and millville at 40 and mid-40s at the coastline. tomorrow it's friday and it's also another special day for our veterans. veterans day looking good here. a decent amount of sunshine and could be a ribbon of clouds that come in during the afternoon as the winds kick up. we start at 46 degrees at 7:00 in the mornings and 10:00, 56 and 4:00 we dip way down to 55 after that front passes through with winds near 35 miles per hour. and already into the 40s by 7:00. your four day at 4:00 forecast. windy tomorrow in the afternoon and 35 miles per hour with a high of 63. and then milder on sunday with a lot of sun at 60 degrees and monday sunshine and just a few clouds with a temperature also coming in at 60. on the farm they have old tractors that kids can play on and old wooden horses in the
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background and beautiful views. where did that little guy go? you are carrying him like a big girl. is this your little brother? look how cute. i usually don't have that affect on kids. he is holding corn here and we'll talk about how popcorn is made on the farm here. >> give him a hug adam. >> it breaks my heart. we have more from the farm in the next half hour. i walked away and he stopped crying look at that. still ahead focusing on police accountability here in philadelphia. the new protocol being used every time an officer fires his or her weapon.
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today new protocol was laid out for just how police involved shootings will be handled and investigated here in philadelphia. district attorney, seth williams laid out the new procedures for
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any instance that involves an officer using his or her weapon. the goal is to have transparency and accountability. and it includes sending special investigations district attorneys to the scene after any officer involvvof involved inci the district attorney will meet with families directly and talk to family members about how it will proceed. and whether or not charges are filed. this is a big one, a lot of people talking about this, the report will be made to the public in 60 days, a timeline is on it. 60 days after any investigation is complete. >> our investigations will be independent. >> our investigations will be parallel to that of the philadelphia police department and our investigations and their
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findings will be transparent. in all investigations the ultimate decision to indict or not indict ultimately will be mine. >> now williams says that the new protocol is about two thing, the evidence and the law. he says that engaging it's public will gain trust and it's about timing and transparency. >> thank you alicia. the camden county police department is expanding their force. chief thompson sworn in new officers, reminding them about the creed, service before self. they will be patrolling the neighborhood streets of camden city. that brings the number of officers up to 410. the marine corps is celebrating their 241st
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birthday. the corps was founded in 1775 here in philadelphia. it was originally known as the continental marines. tomorrow is veterans day and some local vets were recognized here in philadelphia. peters gave them honorary medals and we join him in thanking they will for their service. >> we do thank you so much. still to come in our next half hour at 4:00, a trusted member of the community, once working as an emt and firefighter and now in trouble with the law and his alleged crime has everyone shocked. and they are known for their coffee but starbucks created a way to let customers express themselves on the cup that holds their product. ed jump record,
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honored for his service. >> and we begin with breaking news from bed minister, buck county one person has died as a result of this crash that happened after 3:00 this afternoon on route 611 and quarry road. we are told that this road will be shut down as police investigate. >> we take a live look from chopper 6 hd the vehicles involved at least two, the damaged vehicles are right there on the screen alongside the road. the two vehicles believed to be involved in this collision at this intersection and police and firefighters and emergency personnel also on the scene of this. again one person confirmed dead from this crash in buck county, one person pronounced dead as they continue to investigate. chopper 6 hd giving us a view of the traffic and this road closed indefinitely and we'll update
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you as we get information. now, developing at this hour president-elect donald trump is wrapping up his day on capitol hill. the plan it for the president-elect to head back to new york tonight. he talked to the congressional leaders with the republican agenda for next year and sat down with house speaker, paul ryan, and mitch mcconnell. and now mr. trump's day began way meeting with president barack obama and said it was an honor and mr. obama says he was encouraged with mr. trump wants to work with his team on issues facing america. >> this was the first time president obama and mr. trump ever met face-to-face. they talked for about 90 minutes discussing the change over to government that is to come. trump says he is looking forward to benefiting from president obama's counsel in the future and donald trump will officially become president on inauguration
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day january 27th, 2017. >> he was awell respected money in one south jersey community and even a hero. but now in jail charged with robbing a bank. nora muchanic is live now outside of the td bank in willow bro. >> the suspect describes the suspect as a great guy one of the most dedicated volunteers he has ever known. that is why they have a hard time that this long time firefighter and emt would try to hold up a bank and wonder if his crushing medical bills had anything to do with it. he is behind barbs now charged with robbing this td bank in willingboro after slipping a teller a note give me all of your 50s and 100s i have a gun i
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don't want to do it. >> buck is a nice guy and it's upset. >> not the person i know who do something like that. something else had to set it off. >> ballinger is a long time member of the emergency squad and a lieutenant with the fire department. and he is dealing with a host of serious health issues and in and out of the hospital. a go fund me site was set up in march to help him with his overwhelming medical bills. >> mike stewart worked with him at the emergency is squad for years. >> i'm not sure what his insurance was or anything like that. but he was trying to work as many jobs as he could to pay his bills. >> it's unclear if unpaid medical bills were the motive for the robbery. >> one woman brights the level of desperation it must have taken to need the money so badly
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or have the state take care of hi medical needs praying bucky gets the help he need. >> he was involved with much of the town you would never expect anything like this. authorities say that ballinger is facing weapons charges he didn't have a gun but threatened he did if his note. he is held on $75,000 cash bail in willingboro. nora muchanic, channel 6 "action news." >> thank you. a woman held up a discount store in philadelphia and pointed a gun to a child's head during the crime. this surveillance video was just released by police today. it shows the suspect dressed in a religious garment on west allegheny avenue in tioga saturday. the woman put an item on the counter as if she was going to pay for it and suddenly pulled a handgun out of a bag. when the employee when for the
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register. the suspect grabbed a small child nearby and put a gun to their head. no one was hurt. from our delaware newsroom now, six people are charged with allegedly selling large amounts of heroin. police say mann and mays were part of a large drug ring operating out of salisbury, maryland. that authorities seized 79,000 bags of heroin and guns and arrested four women suspected of being associated in the drug ring. >> with all the talks of who visited the white house this morning. some in buck county are focused on who will be there tomorrow. bill moore got into the car that will whisk him up to washington. 108-year-old is a world war ii veteran and set to attend a special veterans breakfast in
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the mornings. he came home in 1948 and built the home where he still lives today and get this he did not retire until he was the young age of 93. hard working guy. >> what a story and life there. there is lots of outdoor fun to be had in the fall and one place to stop to celebrate is at a local farm. >> meteorologist, adam joseph, doing just that, johnson locust hill farm. >> reporter: a perfect fall day, they have what you typically think, the produce and farm animals and the store. but they have an area where you can get married. can you imagine if you were going to get married look at that. that scenery behind you, 300 acres on the farm here. one location underneath this vine arch here and we have got some gas we need a bride and
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groom. what do you think? can you get married here one day? i like your hat there. >> if you head to local farm it's going to be nice. 51 degrees and into sun a quick turn around and temperatures jumping back up to around 60 degrees, so a perfect weekend as we are starting to close out the end of the fall season as we approach thanksgiving which is only two weeks from today. take a look at crops grown on the farm here part of the csa, you get a box here broccoli and kale and eggs and granny smith, they tell me this is a pretty new farm, starting to grow their crops, they got a good bounty of that right now. does anyone know what this is? >> corn. >> what kind of corn?
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>> popping corn. we'll talk about the kind of corn they grow and you you can scrip this off and cook it at your house. what do you think? want to try it? >> is that girl excited about getting married or what? >> adam you are like giving a class there we love it. >> the eagles mascot helped to kick off a delicious fundraiser today. mana is selling its pies again to raise money for families that really need it. the organization will use the proceeds to buy thanksgiving meals for complaints battling life-threatening illnesses and their loved ones. can you choose from five different flavors there. mayor kenney was on han to launch the pie in the sky. artists in london are creating their latest masterpiece out of wax. the 45th president of the united states. >> plus, speaking of art, he
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cleans up the tools after the kids go home. but he leave a nice surprise when the kids come back each and every day. >> and adam joseph is back with the live outdoor adventure when "action news" continues next.
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she became known as the i'd connick afghan girl that fled her country and now going back home. she was immortalized on the cover of this national geographic magazine. she was a refugee that went to live in a camp in pakistan but was recently deported for being there illegally. decaded later she was greeted by afghan's president and welcomed back to her country to live once again. >> donald trump will get a whole
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lot of attention in the months and years but nothing quite as close as this. yes, that is the head of what will soon be the body of the next president of the united states. the wax figure at madame tussauds. it's a most precise way making the president. the famed museum already created clay busts of donald trump and hillary clinton. but now he won the election he gets the full wax treatment. it will be on display in london january 20th, inauguration day. now big talkers, we start in baltimore where one school is doing away with detention but before the students could cheer. don't be fooled. this doesn't mean they don't have to sit and think about bad behavior. because detention is being replaced by meditation. at coleman elementary they are learning and reading and writing
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and breathing and should they act up they are not sent to the principals office but the mindful moment room. >> every time i get mad i breathe. >> 95% of my class who goes out to the mindful room they come back and are at peace and they will work. >> the school says it's working and kids meditating and thinking on their actions and words. >> a special janitor is sharing smiles through carpet art. this is ron munson the guy behind the vacuum. he spreads cheer by spreads designs in the rug. munson works the night shift and by the time they come in he created his latest design. from shooting stars be charlie brown characters, he always wanted to do this at home but
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his wife won't let him do it in the living room. he brought his passion to work. and finally the latest generation of starbucks cups. a local lady had a hand in it. last year it was just red. and enter this year's model or models, created by the doodles by creative coffee drinkers all over the world. they asked them to share them on instagram. there'll are from six different countries. samantha from broomall, she is a hair stylist. this is her cup, called woodland deer. it's pretty i think. she was on maternity leave when she create that, her little girl was only 3 years old and about to turn 1.
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we want to say congrats, the starbucks red cup. >> how cool. >> right here in our area very cool. thanks very much. lets get a check of the roads right now. matt is standing by with the update for us. >> speaking of red drivers are seeing red, lots of it. lots of red brake lights because o deer trouble was brewing ahead at the cotman work zone, there was a crash now gone and you see theizable delay and single digit speeds south on 95 and if you want to use the southbound boulevard instead you are dealing with the traffic lights and there overall the traffic is not too bad. we jam farther south from tasker from 95 to the girard point bridge and an accident there as well but also gone but 13 miles per hour by the linc. in delco a vehicle on its side
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by the immaculate heart cemetery at summit avenue. we told you about the fatal accident at bed minister, bucks county. scott road or 413 durham road are some alternates. here elsewhere in bucks county a broken down vehicle with route 1 partially blocked with the jam. and burlington bristol bridge is wrapping up an opening at bridge from a southbound ship. we'll check it again in the 5:00 hour. >> sounds good see you then. up next here at 4:00 we go back to the farm and meteorologist, adam joseph, with the accuweather forecast.
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we are talking about how fall is a great time to get outside and visit a farm. >> today was a perfect day pretty much to do that. that is what adam joseph is doing hanging out on the farm. he joins us at johnson locust hall farm. what are you doing there? >> we are back at school we have really studious students, i feel like we are back in the 1900s sitting in an old barn on a stool here. watching jake and johnson part of the family that own the farm here. >> what are they making? >> apple cider. >> this is an old cider press, we look at the juice flowing there and how they shell popcorn, or how they used to in the old days. look at the temperatures now beautiful to be on a farm right now. keep working that.
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muscles, muscles. big muscles here. 57 in allentown and 57 in read and 57 in wilmington as we take a look at the satellite 6 along with action radar everyone is in shock of what they are seeing, you'll see it in a second -- quiet in the eastern half of the country, high clouds from the deep south and dallas and clouds in new england but locally here sunshine is in control once again after the storm spinning away in the atlantic brought the rain yesterday. not too chilly. 46 for center city. under a moon lit sky that will be for the upcoming weekend on sunday. and veterans day it's a bit on the windy side and a mixture of sun and clouds and winds near 35 miles per hour. and that should start to kick up during the lunch hour. 10:0056 degrees and 1:00 the high of 56 degrees and behind the front temperatures drop to the middle 50s, the jet stream
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is taking a dip on saturday behind the front and cool air wedges down for a brief chill on saturday. high temperatures in the low 50s, that jet stream buckles to the north and goes zonal as we call it with more of a southwesterly win that is milder jumping back to 60, it's exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast we'll show the temperatures again warm to start on friday. they dip down on saturday. back down on sunday and stays dry all three days. monday 60 and a dreary wet pattern tuesday, wednesday and a coastal threat with rain and temperatures round out still above average into wednesday and thursday of next week. >> all right the students they have gotten off their seats, you know you have a good teacher when they literally have their faces in the subject they are learning on and can i turn this jim? >> go right ahead. you turn the wheel here and put the popcorn in there and what
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happens is, it separates the kernels that you see coming out here. some popcorn here, you put it in the microwave or take the whole thing and put it in. and they made the apple cider as they are pressing it. this is how you do it, you go like this -- >> i bet it's good though. >> we have more coming up in the next half hour. >> thank you adam. still ahead today, what's the deal, alicia taking a look at suits for veterans looking to head back to the workforce.
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tomorrow is veterans day and in delaware there is a special home grown not for profit helping memberser the military get dresses for success. if you have a suit that no longer fits, this group will
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find it a new honorable home. >> this looks good. >> it looks like a boutique but it has rows and rows of suits. it's a fresh start for our service members. >> they can come in and pick out a suit and tie and coat and we have womens professional wear. they started it four years ago in honor of her cousin, a marine. she saw how tough the transition was and wanted them to get back into the civilian workforce. looking and feeling their best. >> it has to be in the best condition and inventory them before we give them away. most of the veterans we see peshsly on a military base is preparing for a job fair that is next week. >> they have suits to dresses to ties to dress coats. >> they see them they get
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excited. >> they host suitup events in several states including pennsylvania and new jersey. they take their store on the road to the veterans. we attendee vents and be mobile. >> she says that every suit comes with an extra special touch of gratitude. >> we give them on every suit notes from elementary school children. >> so sweet. >> if you clean out your closet you can donate any time, we have the link at they are hosting a suitup event at that warehouse in wilmington and we have the details on that as well. that does it for "action news" at 4:00. for alicia vitarelli, sharrie williams and adam joseph i'm brian taff. join us for a full hour of
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"action news" at 10:00 on phl 17. >> now a look ahead at 5:00. >> hello coming up next at 5:00, a historic meeting in the oval office what president obama and president-elect trump had to say after their 90 min meeting this morning. and protests break out following trump's victory including here in philadelphia.
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cable can't offer that. only fios can. "action news" delaware valley's leading news program. with jaime apody, meteorologist, cecily tynan, rick williams and monica malpass. the trump transition begins. today president obama hosted the president-elect for a cord you'll meeting at the white house after a roller coaster campaign of insults and accusations, it was focused on the peaceful transfer of power. the big story is the historic meeting in the oval office. president obama and donald trump were suppose to talk for 15 minutes and met for an hour and a half. we discussed different situations, some wonderful and some difficulties.
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i very much look forward to dealing with the president in the future. >> we now are going to want to do everything we can to help you succeed because if you succeed then the country succeeds. >> believe it or not this is the first time president obama and trump have officially met. trump called the meeting quote, an honor. >> trump headed to the u.s. capital for a meeting with mike pence and speaker of the house paul ryan. the first meeting since trump's victory on election tonight and they laid out trump's agenda for the first week in office. >> trump had one of the mostism pressive wins we have ever seen and we will get the ground runneding and turn this current around and make america great again. >> trump reached out to the head of his organization and said that trump


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