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lauren: breaking news this morning picked a trump transition continues as mike pence balance is obvious from the transition team. all of the comings and goings. good morning to you. i am lauren simonetti appeared nicole: i am the colt leds. democrats put pressure on minority leader named the pelosi. she may be out of a job. lauren: earnings this morning from us interrogate and after that though. stock index futures ahead of all data. data data features 1035 and the nasdaq down 10.
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nicole: u.s. techs higher led techs higher that the techs higher that the japanese bank stocks beat the nikkei gains 1.1%. and china's shanghai composite drops fractionally. lauren: oil prices surged 6% sharp 6% shrugging off an increase in oil supply and focusing on a possible opec production cut. down half of a percent, $45.55 a barrel. nicole: right now 2.26% continues to rise. lauren: snapchat. snap files for an ipo that could value the company at $25 billion. nicole: in sports, the cleveland cavaliers bounced back to beat the toronto raptors and a last-second shot. the jayhawks over the highlights for you. >> welcome to "fbn:am," and your first look at morning markets and breaking news. nicole: everyone guessing who
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will help presidenpresiden t-elect donald trump lead the nation. he posted this to you. organize process taking place as i decide i cap met many other positions. i'm the only one who knows who the finalists ire. the vice president-elect mike pence science documents that officially put him in charge of the transition team and he reportedly ordered the removal of all the lobbyists from the team. in the meantime, former new york city mayor, rudy giuliani, who has emerged candidate as secretary of state was on hannity talking about his foreign policy experience. >> i've been in 80 countries. 150 different foreign trips. a lot of it is different regions speeches, security consulting, where he helped bring down crime. call the president columbia hotel you'll ever describe treatment group did, not me,
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reduce crime in calais by 42%. nicole: mike rogers said he saved in a transition team petersen considered a candidate to lead the cia. any two ben carson said the neurosurgeon decided not to take any position in the trump cabinet. carson thinks he could be more effective outside the administration. yesterday texas senator ted cruz had a meeting with the president elect a tower new york city. afterwards the gop president himself said this. i am looking forward to fighting hard to actually accomplish in dublin for the promises we made. nicole: are interesting. democrats to lay in their election to choose their leader for the next congress. blake burman in washington with the details. reporter: paul rambo status top post on capitol hill. house republicans unanimously to
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keep ryan as their choice for speaker of the house. the ease with which bryant kept his post may not have been foreseen weeks ago as he received heat from within his own party when he announced he would not campaign for the republican nominee for president. a much different tone from ryan tuesday as he predicted president-elect trump will be a very successful president. >> we are in the same page working hand in glove to make sure this is a successful administration. more importantly, the voices we heard are acted upon. >> to future not as clear for nancy pelosi. house democrats delay their leadership or two weeks until the end of the month. tim ryan of ohio is being pitched to challenge pelosi. this is how he summed up the current state of affairs. >> we need to move forward. if you can't do that without having a discussion. we all have family discussions we don't want hot pavement put
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them off for months and weeks and sometimes years. we need to have this one because there will be opportunity in 2018. >> back to paul ryan, his continued speakership doesn't become official until the next congress convenes in both in january. back to you in the dark. nicole: also to closed-door gop though, republicans were a congressman kevin mccarthy to continue as majority leader. lauren: president obama visited greece as part of his final chair. he was delivered to the people. obama's first american president to come to the country in 17 years. yesterday he held a joint news conference speaking about president-elect donald trump. >> i still don't feel responsible for what the president-elect says or does. but i do feel a responsibility as president of the united states to make sure i have a good transition and present to
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him as well as the american people my best thinking, my best ideas about how to move the country forward. nicole: violence at the u.s. protests erupt the u.s. protests erupted in athens. thousands of us joined demonstrators taking to the streets could riot police using tear gas and stun grenades to disperse them and president abbas is scheduled to travel to germany later on today. lauren: election may be over but that does not mean congress is then invested in hillary clinton's use of the primary e-mail server in an alleged patent pace kim. jason jacobs telling fox is tucker carlson and he wants to get to the truth. >> it was never about political targeting of hillary clinton but she did create one of the biggest security breaches in the history of the state department. tens of thousands of documents we still haven't seen. you have dozens of people within the ballot of the organization.
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lauren: lawmakers in at least four congressional investigations into hillary clinton's e-mail you send mishandling of classified information are expected to continue. train to the ceo that a cybersecurity company has resigned after he threatened to assassinate donald trump with a sniper rifle. matt harrick entreated on election night that he was going to kill the president elect. he has now apologized to save my humble apologies that a blog joke has become public out of context. my poor judgment does not present their views. he has no malicious intent towards the president. -- president-elect. lauren: the suspect in the shooting in oklahoma school rogers airport has been found dead pizza man killed himself after he fatally shot a southwest airlines employee.
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>> we were able to quickly number one find the victim, get them transported to a hot adult and fortunately they did at the hospital. we were able to determine quickly it was not an active shooter situation. we believe this was a premeditated act against ethnic them. this is not random. lauren: still looking for motive. it's not sure why they killed the worker. the body was discovered in a parking garage with a gunshot wound to the head. nicole: global market actually been seen overnight. in a show we sought a mixed bag. looking at u.s. stock index futures has all come off the record from yesterday. the nikkei gained 1.1% led by bank stocks. better-than-expected profit overnight cutting jobs as well. shanghai composite index down fractionally. hong kong hang seng two tenths of 1%.
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in korea scots be paid half of 1%. nicole: you can see how the ftse 100 is treated by a quarter of 1% however the u.k. unemployment rate in the third order falling. the cac done a third of 1% in a similar percentage decline as well. nicole: yesterday her fourth consecutive record close in a row and the dow futures right now looking down 31 points. we are getting close to 19,000. s&p 500 down for common master content. >> oil prices down $45.43 a barrel with almost a 6% surge, a well needed surge yesterday. >> the initial public offering with several in the works. the parent of snapshot has filed to go public that could value
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added up to $25 billion that would make it the largest public offering since chinese e-commerce alibaba in 2014. it's not just ipo could come as soon as march. it allows users to send photos and short videos that vanished within seconds. wal-mart is selling its workers to stop using an app that is from a group pushing for higher pay and other benefits. the app was designed by an organization called our wal-mart and allows workers to chat amongst themselves and their legal rights. "the wall street journal" is reporting wal-mart has direct at the store managers to tell workers at the app does not come from a company and describe it as a way to gather workers personal information. nicole: move on to "the wall street journal" headline. today's edition. americans jumped up pre-election dinner is the solid one home of the project in the sporting goods promising sign ahead of
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the holiday season. walgreens waited more than 11% of all blood tests at the laboratory provided to offering customers through the drugstore chain is suing for breach of contract. supersonic passenger jet moving closer to reality. the plane which is being developed by startup called technology could slash transcontinental travel times in half. the aircraft could start carrying passengers as early as the next decade. lauren: we can get from new york to london for $5000 in three hours. sounds nice. jeff flock has said the l.a. auto show and catches up with mark fields who had a few things to say about donald trump's trade policy. before they catch up with the newest geewhiz technology.
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[inaudible] lauren: let's check in with the u.s. stock index futures. a microsoft in the free market. dow futures down 26 points, nasdaq down nine. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. 511 clock in the east. ♪
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nicole: good morning. 5:15 a.m. in new york. they are caught up on what is happening now. mike pence officially in charge of the transition team and is quickly reshaping it by eliminating obvious. democrats have criticized trump over the number of lobbyists working on the trend edition for my name then he promised to drain the swamp in washington. transistor. resumes for various cabinet positions. house speaker paul wright not going anywhere. he was unanimously renominated yesterday as republicans continue to talk about a unified gop. on the other side of the aisle, nancy closes feature is the
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leader of house democrats as an certain. backlash from some members forced her to postpone the leadership for two weeks. snape, formerly known as snapchat once to go public. an ipo could happen as soon as march in the popular messaging that could be valued as much as $25 billion. that could make it the largest tech ipo in two years. snapchat apps reaches more than 150 million users daily. let's talk out u.s. stock market futures svc dow futures looking down 26. s&p futures down three. we had another record yesterday. we've been up every single day since trump was now named president elect. with a state that continues by the end of the day. lauren: colin at the trump bump. the s&p is 10 points away from the record. 77 points away from 19,000. ford became a lightning rod
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during the presidential race in donald trump hammered the other giant over its mexican factories. just what caught up with mark fields at the auto show about the company's future under president trump. reporter: lauren and nicole, good morning from the technology pavilion at the l.a. auto's show. this is something developed by ford. everyone has wanted to talk to ford ceo mark fields about the incoming trump presidency and whether any of the plans of small car production in mexico will be changed as a result of the election results. i talked to him about that. >> we're always looking at the business environment. now that the election is over, president-elect trump will focus on governing and i have a lot of hope that at the end of the day we all share the right policies because we all share the same goal. we want a healthy and vibrant u.s. economy. reporter: mark fields point that
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no american jobs will be lost as a result of the small car production in mexico bring a new justin for the small car plans had been made. speaking of small. looking at something here called to terry. this goes in the back seat or the trunk of your car. this is the fellow that came up with the idea. what is this? >> this is the electric assistant device to help you in your daily life. you could put it in the car to store it. reporter: but this does essentially as you get to your destination you can put it on the ground and stand on it and they will carry you around kind of like a segue without the handles. you move from one side to the other until the word ago. >> exactly. you control but your body weight. lead the direction you want to go to in your good to go. reporter: amazing. it can carry view and you can also carry it. very easy to pick up good neil
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cavuto says it looks a little bit like the roomba vacuum. it doesn't vacuum anything, but it will carry your bags or anything else you've got to do. remaking itself as an automobile company. not just a car company. it's happening but do like it or not. lauren, nicole. lauren: we like it. thank you so much. nicole: in sports, the cleveland cavs bounce back, the toronto raptors. the jayhawks over the top-seeded fluke on the blue devils. we will have the highlights for you. and dozens of large wildfires are raging in the south for more than 80,000 acres have burned. emergency officials face forecasts of more dry weather ahead. the very latest on that. you're watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
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in the same place as all your other entertainment. on xfinity x1. nicole: it is wednesday. welcome back. 5:22 a.m. on the east coast. the latest on the world of sports. kylie irvi keeping this. a three with under two minutes giving the cassoulet. he finished with 24 points. 14 assists as the cavs beat the raptors for the second time this year. 121-117. college basketball thriller at madison square garden. kansas versus duke with 16 seconds to play. grace and alan ties the game the three-pointer. a pull-up jumper with 1.8 seconds to go giving the
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jayhawks 77-75 victory over top-ranked duke. the shot he won't soon forget. montréal canadiens are no longer perfect at home. the florida panthers beat them for-3 but it took a broken fiscal to do it. parents bought -- if you look closely you can actually see the stick splinter and the puck trickled. lauren: let's switch to weather. dry conditions continue to feel the wildfires in southeast. firefighters battling dozens of blazes in the drought stricken area. forest across north carolina, georgia and tennessee have been scorched. air quality others have been issued in many parts. people are wearing masks because the smoke is so heavy. officials urge residents to stay inside a minute thereafter
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today. with no way in the forecast, officials say the fires could take weeks to extinguish. nicole: before you head out the door, and locate your wednesday forecasts. fox meteorologist janice dean joins us. reporter: good morning, ladies. it is hump day. getting to friday. the northeast brought a lot of rain yesterday now exiting the coast to better travel whether they are. the northwest will talk about that but you touched upon the wildfires. we're not expecting a lot of moisture here. dozens of wildfires burning across the southeast and that is going to be a predicament because not only are we not getting rained but in extreme to exceptional drought in this region. an ongoing situation as we don't have a lot of rain in the forecast ahead. watching the story very carefully. the big story as we head into the weekend is the northwest because a couple storm systems
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will move then and this is the one with the watch bringing significant snow in our first big winter storm of the season for the northern plains and upper midwest. the forecast precipitation as they get friday looking looking good for a lot of snow-covered fibula haven't seen much because it's been such a mild fall. back to you. lauren: president elect works through the night as vp might hence abolishes lobbyist in that transition team. >> very honored to serve. a lot of questions and a lot of issues and a lot of good people around him. nicole: whittle has more. a public stock offering the largest debut in years valuing the messaging app up to $25 billion. we will have details. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news.
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nicole: breaking news this morning. the term transition continues as vice president-elect mike pence pounces from the transition team. good morning. i am nicole petallides. lauren: i am wearing femininitfemininit y. good morning, everybody. democrats put pressure on minority leader nancy pelosi. she may be out of a job. transmit data backs up his fourth straight record close against earnings from the lows of targeting cisco after the bells. checking on stock market futures hit another record close yesterday. this morning down fractionally
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down night team. s&p futures down to. lauren: stocks in japan rose by stock in a -- japanese stocks. the shanghai composite down fractionally. shrugging off an increase in oil supply in focusing more on the possible opec output cut. right now no pulling back just slightly. 4545 a barrel down 36 cents. lauren: the yield continues to rise now at 2.26%. nicole: snapshot parent snap files for ipo and could value the company $25 billion. lauren: the cleveland cavaliers bounced back to beat the toronto raptors at the last second shot. this over the top-seeded duke blue devils. we will show you the highlights. nicole: 5:31 a.m. in new york. wednesday, november 16th. we welcome you to "fbn:am,"
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their first look at today's markets in the latest breaking news. lauren: everyone is guessing who will president-elect donald trump lead the nation. he posted this tree. very organized process taking place as taking place as i decide on candidate in many other positions. i'm the only one who knows who the finalists are. this is vice president-elect mike pence science documents that officially put him in charge of the transition team. he reportedly ordered the removal of all lobbyists from that team. in the meantime, former new york city mayor rudy giuliani who emerged as leading candidate for secretary of state was on hannity last night talking about his foreign policy asked areas. >> i've been in 80 countries, 150 different foreign trips. a lot of it is different reasons. speeches, security consulting, where i helped -- i brought down
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crime -- call the president of colombia. he will tell you to reduce crime, my group did, not me, we reduce crime in tally by 42%. lauren: may spirit from a congressman mike rogers says yesterday he said in a transition team. he was once considered a candidate to lead the cia. the retired neurosurgeon decided not to take any position of the trump cabinet. carson thinks he could be more effective outside the administration. yesterday texas senator ted cruz had a meeting with the president elect at trump tower right here in new york city. afterwards the gop presidential candidate said i am looking forward to fighting hard to actually accomplish and deliver the promises we made. lauren: house republicans for electing paul ryan is speaker of the house, but democrat delaying their election to choose their leader for the next congress. but remember the details. >> paul ryan was seen as top
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post on capitol hill. republicans voted unanimously to keep ryan as their choice for speaker of the house. the ease at which ryan kept his post might not have been foreseen weeks ago as ryan received heat from within his own party when he would not campaign for the republican nominee for president. a much different tone for ryan tuesday as he predicted president is at trump will be a very successful president. >> we're on the same page for working hand in glove to make sure this is a successful administration. more importantly, the voices we heard in the election for the american people are acted upon. reporter: the future not as clear for nancy pelosi. house democrats have delayed the vote two weeks until the end of the month. tim ryan of ohio is being pitched to challenge for lucy. this is how he summed up the democrats current state of affairs. >> we need to move forward. you can't do that without having a discussion.
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we all have said the discussions we don't want to have. we put them up for months and weeks and sometimes serious and would never have been. we need to have this one because there will be opportunity and 28 team. >> pomerantz continues speakership doesn't become official until the next congress convenes in january. back to you in new york. lauren: at the closed-door gop bill, closed-door gop though, republicans support a california congressman kevin mccarthy to continue the majority leader. lauren: senate minority leader harry reid launches a fresh attack strongly criticizing the appointment of bread partners executives steve dan as chief executive and counselor. >> talk is cheap and tweezer cheaper. if trump is serious about seeking unity, the first thing he should do is send his appointment through bannon. don't do it.
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nicole: kellyanne conway says bannon is not as scary as people say. lauren: part of the final foreign trip as president said to deliver a speech this morning. the first american president to go to greece in 17 years. yesterday he told a joint news conference he spoke there about president-elect donald trump. let's listen. >> i still don't feel responsible for what the president elect says or does come that they do feel responsibility as president of the united states but i have a good transition and i present to him as well as the american people my best thinking, my best ideas about how you move the country forward. nicole: main outcome of violent anti-protested erupted in athens. dozens of left-wing demonstrators taking to the streets of the greek capital using tear gas and stun grenades
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to travel to germany later on today. lauren: the election might be over but that doesn't mean congress and some investigating use of a private e-mail server and an alleged payday pay scam. republican representative jason chase said telling fox is tucker carlson he wants to get to the truth. >> he was never about the political targeting of hillary clinton but she did create one of the biggest security breaches in the history of the state department. tens of thousands of documents we still haven't seen. you have dozens of people attend the ballot of the organization. lauren: republican lawmakers held republicrepublic an lawmakers tell fox has a list for investigations into the click and e-mail you send mishandling of classified information are expected to continue. nicole: the ceo of the cybersecurity company resigned after he threatened to assassinate donald trump with a sniper rifle. matt harrick entreated on election night that he was going
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to kill the president elect. he has now apologized saying my humble apologies that a flawed joke has become public out of context. my poor judgment does not represent the views of packets lay. he also treated he has no malicious intention towards the president elect. lauren: let's get you caught up a global market action. i mixed bag. cap as for the cost in south korea at .6%. to make in japan 1.1%. nintendo shares doing really well today. shanghai composite in china down a 10th of 1%. hang seng in hong kong down two tenths of 1%. nicole: in europe this morning, records here at home and they were taking our data but not so much today. the london ftse, cac and german dax each time one quarter of 1%. tread through the dataset seven days in a row. some pullback today.
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dow futures down 24 points and s&p futures down. that is supposed to record territory right there. the nasdaq down six points. facebook and amazon, the popular tech stocks finally searched yesterday for one of the first time since election day. nicole: let's check out key commodities. we saw oil surge yesterday. today is going back 45 cents. that is down 1%. of getting 90 cents at 1225 a troy ounce. lauren: horsetrading chickens key currencies around the world. europe, u.k. pound, mexican peso in japanese and all over. nicole: the 10 year bond yields creeping up in the connect to .26%. lauren: a major initial public offering. the parent of snapchat has vowed to move forward. after $25 billion to make it the largest public offering since the chinese e-commerce giant
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alibaba hit the market back in 2014. outside of $170 billion. snape's ipo could come as soon as march and allows users to send short videos and apparently apparently -- [inaudible] nicole: at some point you have to break the street. massive internet attacks may have been caused by a videogame player with a personal grudge. researchers say the attack appears to have targeted the playstation network beyond online gaming service provider blocked access to more than 1200 websites. the company disputes the finding saying the attack was part of several ways the data from affected cameras, digital video recorders and other machines known as.net. lauren: watching retailers today. analysts look for a third-quarter profit of 97 cents with revenue rising 6% a year ago to $16 billion.
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investors at the home improvement chain to give a strong outlook for 2017. we will so you're from target. wall street believes the retailers make positive changes to business but still has problems such as the struggling food business and uncertainty during the holiday season. cisco systems will report its latest numbers after the closing bell. the equipment maker to report lower first-quarter revenue from a year ago. cisco has been concentrating on areas such as security and cloud computing. nicole: coming up, some of the nations economic leaders gathered in washington for "the wall street journal" ceo council including "wall street journal" critic elizabeth warren. >> you write him at the business leaders of america. i want to underline something everyone of you know. bigotry is bad for business. nicole: peter barnes has that
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story. let's check in on u.s. stock index futures. so close to 19,000 yesterday. hitting a record as well in the s&p is zero so close. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
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lauren: but not of the the new . mike pence officially in charge at donald trump's transition team and is quickly reshaping is quickly reshaping it i have emanated obvious. democrats criticize trump over the number of lobbyists working on the transition from romantic manain the swamp in washington. parents are good resumes for various cabinet positions. house speaker paul read not going anywhere. he was unanimously renominate yesterday as they continue to talk about a unified gop. on the other side of the outcome in nancy pelosi's future is uncertain. backlash from some members of the party forced her to postpone
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the leadership of for two weeks. snape, formerly known as snapchat want to go public and could happen as soon as march in the popular messaging app could be valued at cap has come as much as $25 billion to the largest tech ipo in two years. the averages for than 150 million users on a daily basis. let's show you how stocks are doing ahead of the opening bell. dow futures down 23. s&p down three. nasdaq downside. we were there yesterday and had another record setting day for the dow. nicole: 167 times last week. top political and economic leaders gathered at "the wall street journal" counsel to suggest a donald trump presidency and how his white house appointments and how his administration will affect business and regulation. peter barnes has the details.
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>> representatives for donald trump and for top democrats appeared at the ceo conference. "the wall street journal" survey of the 100 or so top ceos attending this year found that they voted overwhelmingly for hillary clinton. 50% voted for clinton according to the journal survey. 38% for donald trump, 12% for gary johnson. lots of questions from cbs about tax policy, trade and health care reform. elizabeth warren, the top democratic progressive leader for senate democrats appeared and she chose to make hay about steve bannon was joining the trump administration is a senior visor to the president elect come january. his website, breitbart.com has been associated with the alternative rights movement which has numbers from the white nationalist movement.
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here was elizabeth warren going after bannon. >> one of the first things donald trump has done has brought steve bannon at nasa strategies. this is a man who has white supremacist ties. that's what he does. here i am with the business leaders of america. i just want to underline something everyone of you know. bigotry is bad for business. trinitron bates pushing back on his narrative. here's kellyanne conway, donald trump's campaign manager. >> i'm not upset by the backlash that is so wrong. cherry picking a couple headlines and laid back at his feet of bannon intro. goldman sachs managing partner, harvard and georgetown degree and frankly a big help in our campaign getting us over the 300 electoral vote marked. people can't accept the election
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results. >> on policy a top deputy to paul ryan, kevin brady, chairman of the house ways and means committee says that his committee is moving along on tax reform, tax cuts and repealing and replacing obamacare. back to you in new york. nicole: peter barnes, thank you. >> do cleveland cavaliers beat the toronto raptors in the last seeded -- we will have the highlights. if you're planning on flying over the thanksgiving holiday, get ready to pay out. we will tell you about the big jump in airfare. right now you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
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lauren: a look at the latest in sports. restarting cleveland for a recurring basis for the game against toronto wrap yours. the jumping rope work. under two minutes to give the cavs the lead. they finished with 24-point spread for brunch and set of 28 and 14 assists as they beat the raptors the second time this year. 121-117. but throw in the champion classic at madison square garden. 16 seconds to play. ties the game with a three
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pointer. frank masson responds with a jumper with 1.8 seconds to go, giving the jayhawks a 77-7583 over ranked duke. 21 points, but the shot you will forget about one any time soon. the montréal canadiens are no longer perfect at home. florida panthers beat them for-3 in overtime but it took a broken stick to do it. snap to stick on a slap shot by goalie carey price. if you look closely you can see the splinter and the puck trickles towards the net. did you get it? nicole: i saw the broken stick but i didn't see it. good video. before you head out the door, a look at your forecast. wednesday morning. fox senior meteorologist janice
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dean is all over it. halfway there, almost to the weekend. the big winter storm will talk about. current temperatures across the u.s. warmer than average. we could actually have some record highs today. 47 in new york, 47 cleveland the changes are coming across the northwest. northeast we have a soaker of the day yesterday. the system have been in canada. speaking of travel coming of travel, travel forecast looking good for much of the country with the exception to the northwest. watching her big winter's wind that has prompted the national weather service to issue desert conditions. blizzard watch for part of the dakotas into minnesota thursday and friday. this is the first big winter storm we have seen so far this season. the snowfall totals are measurable, upwards of a foot across the rockies and into the upper midwest and eventually into the weekend, maybe the northeast. you'll have to stay tuned.
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lauren: we will. reporter: you know i'm a tease when it comes to weather. lauren: it if you're traveling for thanksgiving coming back to the patient. aaa says you're one of almost 49 million americans going somewhere for the holiday. most of us are going to drive to her destination that gas prices are lower. but the nearly 4 million of us flying, check this out. airfares up 21% from this time last year putting the average round-trip ticket for a domestic flight at $205. nicole: coming up, we will hand it over to trends have been good a look at u.s. stock market futures 80 points away from 19,000. today looking down 20 points right now. s&p futures on its ear. not too far off from records as well. the nasdaq looking down for.
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>> thank you for joining us. our maria bartiromo. good morning. wednesday, november 16th at 6:00 a.m. and east coast at the dawn of a new era in atheist president elect donald trump's cabinet begins to take shape. major names like rudy giuliani and ted cruz had been floated for key roles in the country's leadership. the news coming as commander-in-chief president obama makes his final appeal on the world stage. >> people think i did a pretty good job and so there is a mismatch between frustration and anger and i still don't feel this possible or what the president-elect says or does, but i do feel responsibility as president of the united states to make sure i have a good transition. maria: angry protesters continue to cloud the president's final international trip. by the company is selling workers not to download a union backed up.

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