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captioning funded by cbs it's monday, november 14th, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." president-elect donald trump sits down for his first >> we are losing this country. that's why i won the election and, by the way, won it easily. >> trump talks about everything from his pledge to overturn roe v wade to his promise to build a wall along the mexican border. a powerful earthquake rocks
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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, donald trump announced two key appointments in his administration and tells "60 minutes" his top priorities are immigration, health care, and tax reform. trump says he'll conduct himself in a, quote, very good manner as president. hena daniels is here in new york. hena, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. president-elect donald trump's office said early this morning that trump spoke with the chinese president and than presidential win. as trump continues his transition to the white house, yesterday, he officially named republican party chairman reince priebus as his chief of staff and former head of breitbart news was named strategist and chief counselor. >> reporter: drawing reaction from both sides of the aisle. late yesterday, republicans
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majority whip steve skalise both applauded trump's appointments to his chief of staff. but questioned steve bannon chosen as chief strategist and chief counselor. senate minority leader harry reid said it says that white supremacists will be appointed to the highest level. on cnn, house speaker paul ryan appointment. >> i don't know steve bannon so i have no concerns. i trust donald's judgment and he'll pick who best serves him. >> reporter: trump's first appointments came amid his first interview with lesley stahl of "60 minutes." he talked about roe v wade. >> if it ever were overturned it would go back to the states. >> reporter: some women won't be able to get an abortion? >> no. it goes back to the states. perhaps it has to go to another
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soften on his campaign pledge to build a wall. >> reporter: would you accept a fence? >> for certain areas, i would, but certain areas, the wall is more important. >> reporter: and appoint a special prosecutor to investigate hillary clinton's e-mail practices. >> i'm going think about it. they are good people. i don't want to hurt them. >> reporter: inauguration day is just 66 days away. trump said he would take$1 presidency. the nation's largest muslim group has denounced bannon's appointment. >> hena daniels in new york, thank you so much. those opposing trump's election held more protests over the weekend. demonstrations in portland continued into the night. 71 people were arrested saturday night. in oakland, thousands formed a human chain around a 3 1/2 mile lake and chanted we reject the president-elect. there was also another march in new york city.
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senator bernie sanders about his run for the white house and how democrats can regroup following donald trump's election. well, tonight, president obama leaves for what is likely to be his last overseas trip as president. mr. obama will visit greece, germany, and peru. in germany, he'll meet with german chancellor angel merkel and british prime minister er talks about likely focus on dealing with russia, syria, and the fight against terrorism. this morning, a wave of strong after-shocks is shaking new zealand after a powerful earthquake sparked landslides and cracked roads and demolished buildings and killed two people. in some areas, power lines are down and communication has been cut. the prime minister estimates damages will be in the billions of dollars. the magnitude 7.8 quake hit just after midnight and devastating one small coastal town which was completely cut off.
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>> reporter: shock waves from the earthquake rattled homes and businesses and sent terrified people into the streets. phil and jane coles visiting from london were jolted out of bed. >> we thought it ended and it kept going on beyond that, so it's now just a case is there any more to come? >> reporter: the quake triggered a tsunami about six feet high. the country's ministry of civil defense and emergency management warned residents along the east coast to move to higher ground. these two live in christs church. >> the whole house was moving. >> creaking. >> creaking, moving. it was a scary thing. >> reporter: the earthquake caused significant damage to buildings and cut off roadway access to at least one region. prime minister john key said helicopters are being used to survey the aftermath. >> a lot of us think that in the course of the day and the
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>> reporter: the prime minister said two people were killed. christ church was devastated five years ago by a tremor that killed 185 people. state department officials say all u.s. personnel in new zealand have been accounted for. secretary of state john kerry had been in the country but left before the earthquake struck. johnathan vigliotti, cbs news, london. the taliban says it's responsible for a suicide attack at a u.s. base in afghanistan that killed four americans. i has exploded inside the bagram air field near kabul. two u.s. service members and two american contractors were killed saturday. the suicide bomber worked at the air base. the u.s. embassy in kabul is closed today. a suspect is under arrest in the murder of a california sheriff's deputy. a vigil was held last night for deputy dennis wallace. officials say he was executed and shot twice in the head at
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while he was checking on a suspicious van near modesto. the suspect fled in the van and then tried to steal a woman's purse. he was caught by officrs a short time later. dozens of wildfires are burning across the southeast and fire officials believe many have been deliberately set. the fires have forced evacuations in north carolina, georgia, and tennessee. the smoke is so thick near the north carolina/georgia border that residents are urged to wear masks if they go outdoors. tens of thousands of acres have burned. france paused for a somber anniversary. one year ago yesterday islamic militants killed 130 people in attacks throughout the city. charlie d'agata reports. >> reporter: plaques now stand where so many victims fell. they read out the names of each
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french president visited the sites of all six attacks, marking that night in paris when isis brought its brutal campaign of violence from the battlefield to the streets of the french capital. they struck the national stadium, restaurants, and bars. the worst of the attacks unfolded here inside the bataclan theater where three terrorists in suicide vests burst into a packed concert and opened fire on the crowd. in all, 90 people were killed in the rampage. the last sounds to ring out from the theater were gunshots, screaming, and explosions. its doors have been shut ever since. but on saturday night, sting brought the concert hall back to life. he told concert-goers, we shall not forget them, before marking a minute of silence.
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one that got away, salah abdeslam gotware. he is in custody but refusing to talk. charlie d'agata, cbs news, london. coming up on the "morning, news," donald trump is left out of the loop in a plan between the u.s. and australia. a historic super moon is on the rise. this is the "cbs morning news." from leaving me at a higher risk of stroke. that'd be devastating. i took warfarin for over 15 years until i learned more about once-daily xarelto... a latest generation blood thinner. then i made the switch. xarelto? significantly lowers the risk of stroke in people with afib not caused by a heart valve problem. it has similar effectiveness to warfarin. warfarin interferes with vitamin k and at least six blood clotting factors.
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leon russell was 74. donald trump has kept in the dark about a refuge deal and a chance for fresh leadership. those are some of the headlines on the morning newsstand. rb ellison has now announced his candidacy but says he'll announce his plans soon. "the washington post" says australia's prime minister did not tell donald trump about a u.s. turnbull spoke last week about it. the obama administration agreed to resettle hundreds of refuges, mostly muslims, now held in pacific island camps. "fortune" reports the deployment of 150 federal border agents to south texas. officials there report a sharp rise in the number of illegal immigrants from mexico. many of them are entire families or unaccompanied children.
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police are investigating a reported attack on a protester. demonstrators fighting construction of an oil pipeline say a man driving a pickup truck struck a woman on saturday and fired shots into the air. his identity is unknown, but the company leading the construction says that he has no connection to the project. and "the san francisco chronicle" says the famed "mrs. doubtfire" house was sold for $4.15 million. the 123-year-old home was the setting for the 1993 movie starring robin williams. fans have left tributes there since his death in 2014. still to come. a super hero blockbuster. "doctor strange" proves to be a surprise box office hits as he scores big for a second straight weekend. see me. see me to know that psoriasis is just something that i have. i'm not contagious.
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bring higher strong tides and cause some flooding in south florida. on the cbs "moneywatch" now. a preview of the los angeles auto show and "doctor strange" puts a spell on movie-goers. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, jill. >> good morning. the american dollar reached nine-month high in asia this morning. the dollar has been surging since donald trump won the presidential election. last week, following some initl market soared on the news. for the week the dow gained 955 points and its best week in five years. the s&p gained nearly 79. the nasdaq finished nearly 189 points higher. the british government will be, quote, unashamedly pro business when the uk leaves the european union. that is according to british prime minister theresa may. according to extracts from a speech that she will deliver today, she will stay britain
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responsibly. the los angeles auto show kicks off this week and new suvs will be the main event. jeeps, subaru and volkswagen are some of the brands offering newer updated models. lower gas prices have outpaced car sales in recent years. trucks are also more profitable to make and sell for automakers. amc is on the verge of becoming the world's largest movie theater chain. amc plans to billion to buy carmike who are expected to vote on the deal tomorrow. amc is also looking to expand in europe. marvel's "doctor strange" was the top in the movie tickets. super hero flick sold 43 million in ticket sales and now reaching
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. is there anything people won't buy on the internet? many analysts thought so, but jamie yuccas explains how one e-tailer eases shopper's regret by letting them sleep on their purchases for a while. >> reporter: when christine hoy need a new mattress, she didn't go to bed store, she bought one
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>> i just hated the feel walking around and testing the beds on the show room floor. it wasn't for me. >> reporter: she ordered her bed sight unseen by casper which sells high-end mattresses online. >> we designed one mattress that is perfect for everyone. we give you a hundred nights to try it in your home, totally risk-free. >> reporter: when the team took their idea to investors, dozens said no, because a bed in a box seemed so far-fetched. not any more. in 2015, casper rang up $100 this year, that number will more than double. the company has 200 employees worldwide, with casper napping pods in their new york headquarters. a similar success story here at warbee parker. they transformed the eyeglass industry by bringing it online. the streamline sales and manufacturing keep the price under $100 so that customers often buy multiple pairs.
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and amazon fresh has expanded to more than a dozen major cities and gambling that americans will buy fresh produce over the internet. is this how we are going to start buying now? >> i think so. >> reporter: he says casper will continue to expand. the company has already added dog mattresses and sammy is one satisfied customer. jamie yuccas, cbs news, new york. >> reassuring news for arthritis sufferers who take celebrex. an expansive study found the drug poses risks no greater than older compounds used in aleve, and advil. celebrex was pulled from shelves year ago when it was found to have heart attack risks. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," trevor noah. i'm anne-marie green. and this is the "cbs morning
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here is another look at this morning's stop stories. there have been hundreds of after-shocks following a powerful earthquake in new zealand. the 7.8 magnitude quake early on sunday. it triggered landslides and destroying buildings and roads and knocked out communications in the south. and in his first post-election interview, president-elect donald trump deport or incarcerate 2 million or 3 million people living in the u.s. illegally. he has named reince priebus as his white house chief of staff and steve bannon as his chief strategist and senior counselor. there was a lot of tough talk about china during the
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now china is coming to grip with donald trump's victory. adriana diaz reports from beijing. >> reporter: at one of china's bussest ports, cranes loaded with items. but a donald trump presidency has beijing worried those exports may be in jeopardy. >> we can't continue to allow china to rape our country. it is the greatest theft in the history of the world. >> reporter: on the campaign trail, trump regularly accused china of stealing american jobs and vowed to punish them with tariffs as high as 45%. if his rhetoric becomes policy, china's economy could suffer and job losses rise. >> i think it would be very, very painful for china. >> reporter: long time china watcher and finance expert michael pettis told us china could be in for a shock. >> china, don't forget, is
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difficult process. the enormous growth of the last 20, 30 years has left the economy very distorted and in need of significant changes. if there is a trade war on top of it, it will be that much more painful. >> reporter: the uncertainty is causing concern. if tariffs go up, china exports will go down said this man, a chinese int engineer and that will be bad for china. will that hurt china? >> one thing we know for sure is that the globally economy does worse. >> reporter: for now, china is adopting a wait and see policy. and chinese president xi jinping congratulatory message to donald trump, he said he is looking toward for a win/win relationship without conflict or confrontation. adriana diaz, cbs news, beijing. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," donald trump and congress.
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"the daily show" host trevor noah will join us in the studio. and we will take you to the world chess championship and show you the next generation of players. that is the "cbs morning news" for this monday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green.
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hi, everybody. welcome into the cbs4 morning news. beautiful ping tour for you of that enormous moon we had last night. this is the news, monday, november 14th. i'm alan gionet. >> i'm britt moreno. >> love that picture of the super moon this right here. this weekend, parts of colorado got a little bit of snow. your reporter laura sent us this picture. and jaime leary took this slow motion bid of flicks falling at a-basin. >> ashton is with us this morning as we talk about a week that could have big change.

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