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wrong. while there's no clear answer, some point to the possibility of an unexpected change of heart by some clinton supporters following the fbi announcing it was again looking into her e-mails. others say there may have been some trump supporters too embarrassed to admit to pollsters which candidate they were supporting. kendis and diane? >> our thanks to marci in new york. time for light hearted election fallout, come thanks to travel related company. >> first this from booking.com. they're asking if we all need a vacati the tweet says we can detox from the election by -- you guessed it -- booking a trip. >> preach. and spirit airlines is offering its go north sale. you can get 75% off flights to destinations in up state new york, which spirit notes is just a short drive to canada. >> trying to make light of things of people's anger this morning and maybe trying to capitalize a little bit on the new president elect. >> trying to get some bucks as
family the new details we're learning about the children of america's new president elect and their potential new roles once their dad takes the oath of office. and how can the nation heal after this nasty campaign season? we'll look back on some of the race's nastier moments. but first, a look at today's temperatures, not so nasty. >> announcer: "world news now"
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thoroughfares. anti-trump protests held in several cities last night coast to coast. >> in oakland, fireworks were set off as police used tear gas in an attempt to control thousands of protesters. as we've seen with the protests, the next question seems to be, how will they eventually channel their anger after donald trump is sworn into office in. >> abc's juju chang puts her finger on the pulse of the opposition. >> reporter: across the country tonight, stunned hillary clinton supporters mourning and raising their voices after winning the popular vote, being shut out by the electoral college. >> we are literally hiking up the canyons of manhattan following the protest. it's a smattering of black lives matter, law center, a number of colleges. >> reporter: hillary clinton took to the stage to concede this morning, apologizing to her
>> i'm sorry that we did not win this election for the values we share and the vision we hold for our country. >> reporter: the scene at clinton's election night head kwaurters, one of devastation. supporters slowly trickling out as it became more and more clear she would not have the 270 electoral votes needed. the only person to take the elaborate stage, the campaign chair, john podesta. >> everybody should head home, get some sleep. >> reporter: a star studded backlash onial media, and chris evans tweeted this an an embarrassing nights for america. we let a hate monger lead our great nation, a bully setting the course. i'm devastated, and miley cyrus releasing a raw and emotional reaction. >> i still think in our lifetime she deserves to be the first female president. that's what makes me so sad. >> god bless the united states of america. >> reporter: after a hard fought race the highest office in the land is beyond her pioneering
where does she go from here? >> this is a woman who has basically been in the public spotlight non-stop for more than 30 years. >> and skewered for much of it. >> first thing i would tell her, hang out with your family, go on a vacation with bill, stay out of the spotlight. as she figures out how do i want to serve, serving is obviously a part of her light. >> reporter: for nightline, i'm juju chang in new york. we have breaking news from seattle now where two people are in critical condition following a shooting outsi police say a gunman opened fire into a crowd hitting at least five victims. they believe this was the result of an argument and not related to the anti-trump protests going on nearby in that city. and that gunman is still on the loose. police still searching for who is responsible. we'll continue to keep you updated on this story. a closely watched senate race in new hampshire was decided by a little over a thousand votes. republican kelly ayotte concede
the race cost $120 million and considered a staggering sum in a small state. ayotte gained national attention after she said donald trump was a role model and then backtracked, saying she made a mistake. it is now legal to use recreational marijuana in three more states. voters in nevada, massachusetts, and california approved ballot measures for the drug. that brings the total number of states up to seven with official results still pending in arizona and maine. in the meantime, voters in arkansas, florida, and north dakota approved the use of medical marijuana. the search continues for a northern california mom who disappeared while jogging. sherri was last seen more than a week ago. her husband said he believes she was abducted because her cell phone and headphones were found nearby. the county sheriff says the husband had passed the lie detector test and continues to cooperate with authorities. and brad pitt has been
services in los angeles. pitt was accused by his estranged wife of being abusive towards their son on a private flight, she filed for divorce after that incident saying she did it for the good of her family. coming up, trying to close the book on a particularly nasty campaign season. we're going to check out some of the lows and super lows. you're watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now"
? nasty, nasty boys ? ? >> the dancing was something like that, wasn't it? >> you nailed it. perfect. >> nasty has definitely been the word for this campaign season. >> we could use the laughs because the nastiness left many now asking how does america move forward after moment like these. >> such a nasty woman. >> put half of trump supporters into what i call the basket of deplorables. >> she doesn't have the look. she doesn't have the stamina. >> he tried to switch from looks to stamina, but this is a man who has called women pigs, slobs, and dogs. >> she's a world class liar. just look at her pathetic e-mail
landing. >> it's not okay to insult people. it's not okay, and look at what he does. he calls women ugly. disgusting, nasty all the time. >> hillary clinton is guilty. she knows it. the fbi knows it. the people know it. >> imagine, with me, what it would be like to have donald trump sitting in the oval office come next january. >> the clintons are the sort of past. we are the bright future. >> it's just awfully good that someone with the temperament of donald trump is not in charge of the law in our country. >> because you'd be in jail. >> at least i have a plan to fight isis. >> no wonder you've been fighting isis your entire adult life. >> donald supported the invasion of iraq. >> wrong. >> that is -- >> wrong. >> proved over and over again. >> wrong. >> he -- >> you tried to act holier than thou, it does not work.
of this evening i'll be blamed for everything that's ever happened. >> why not? >> yeah, why not. >> but it's over now. >> yeah. but to relive it, oh. >> no, we don't ever have to watch that again. >> no, no we don't. >> plans are now in the works to unveil donald trump's new improved star on the hollywood walk of fame as soon as possible, yet another thing trying to be repaired from the election. >> exactly. he received the star in 2007 after the work on "the apprentice," and it was vandalized last month by a protester who bashed it with a sledge hammer. the star has been mostly fixed, but it needs to dry before it can be polishes red. that process takes about two weeks. he did some investigation. janet did not do the walk in the nasty girl's video. >> as far as we can see. well, whatever it is -- >> maybe it's a what have you done for me lately? >> it was not happening here. all right.
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ditch the misery. let's end this. ? bill o'reilly is on everything and everyone. >> i know. the sun now? >> now the sun. >> it works. >> 1600 pennsylvania avenue will soon be home to a brand new first family. >> we're learning some new information behind the children of america's president elect. here is abc's lara spencer. >> reporter: they are the real estate dynasty, now political power houses. the trump kids making their way to the white house. leading the charge is the first daughter, ivanka trump, she has been a secret weapon on the
>> reporter: introducing her father in front of cheering crowds and advising him behind closed doors. >> we're proud of our father, what he's accomplished. it is amazing. i've been joking for a while that when we started even just this project, we said trump was coming to pennsylvania avenue. >> reporter: ivanka is a business tycoon in her own right, with a multimillion dollar lifestyle brand, but in the days leading up to the elecon herself from the campaign, trying to save her brand from boycotters. >> i love this country. thank you. thank you very much. >> reporter: with a big white house win, though, the trump oldest children now ready to charge into the family business, while dad takes charge in the country and donald jr. might be eyeing a political future of his own. >> it's a tough process, a brutal process, but there's that element that's just amazing to be able to touch someone in that way, and i've seen my father doing that. >> reporter: the two youngest, tiffany is applying for law
nothing back, and never let fear of failure get in the way, you pretty much figured out the trump formula. >> reporter: and barron, the baby of the family, just 10 years old, will be the first white house son since jfk jr. >> i explained to him what's going on. he asks me about the polls all the time. >> reporter: now she can say the polls are over, and they are moving to 1600 pennsylvania avenue. >> i say, little barron, is taking >> uh-huh. he's hopefully going to be awake during his four years because yesterday -- >> it was late. >> it was late. >> it was the middle of the night. >> poor kid. i felt for him trying to stay awake. >> that's the news for this half hour. ight. that's the news for this half
breaking news this morning breaking news this morning on "world news now", anger in america over the election results. >> overnight protesters from coast to coast have been marching against president elect trump citing fear of what's to come, but now that the race is over, trump is calling for unity. just ahead, see how that message resonated with protesters here in new york as we hit the streets to find out. so what's the next step now that candidate trump is president elect trum it's time to get to business, and while his transition team is working around the clock, an awkward meeting awaits today with the current white house president. the making of the man who is set to become america's 45th president. we'll take a look at donald trump's unconventional road to the white house. it's thursday, november 10th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now". >> good morning to you all. we begin with breaking news this
demonstrators condemned the election of donald trump. >> starting here in new york city, an estimated 10,000 people descending on trump tower in midtown, manhattan, blocking streets and shut down traffic all while expressing anger at trump becoming the president elect. at least 15 people, we're told, were arrested. >> similar scenes in boston where thousands streamed through the downtown area before gathering on boston common. >> police used tear gas in an attempt to disburse more large crowds, this one in oakland, california. some protesters seen burning trump in effigy. there was protests in san francisco and los angeles. >> here in new york, there were several protest sites. we went to trump international hotel in central park where the protests were still going in the early morning hours. >> everyone's being sore losers, he won fair and square. >> no, that's not why we're here. it is not about losing or someone win and losing, but it's about people here fighting
>> we have to reach out to the people that are in the middle states to see what's the issues. how can we get together. >> i'm a republican. i'm a woman. i have never come out to a protest and never felt so passionately being wrong in my life. as a hispanic woman, i don't feel safe in this country anymore. >> i hope there's kids at home who see they are not alone, kids in the closet, people who don't feel comfortable with their religion, those here illegally, hope to be citizens one day, and hopeot accosted at work or on the street, at school, people who see that this, what happened last night, is not their america. and i hope people find that love will always win. it feels like it lost last just stand with it, it wins. >> look at me, look at him, look at us, we're not giving up. >> we're not leaving. we're not cowards. >> an interesting scene there, and that was at the trump international hotel and tower,
they are two different buildings. that was the smaller of the two protests, and still in the early morning hours, there was a line of nypd officers, a line of protests around the hotel, a sizable protest, and it's interesting because talking to the protesters, there was a different stance, unified under a common opinion, but some it's about trump specifically, and others what they now perceive to be the trump voter and that represents a majority of the country, and for others, you know, you heard the men saying, rather than forming this opinion of what a trump voter means, he said, the fact that now more than half the country voted for him or half the country voted for him, we have to find out why that is and see if we can come together and that's what the leaders are trying to portray. we'll see if they can find a way. >> that is the striking thing. about all this. you notice all the protests taking place in some of the major cities, here in new york, chicago, seattle, and that shows the divide. not hearing about protests in many of the southern states at
quite a few passionate sound bites there -- >> absolutely. >> out of trump international hotel. so the president elect, donald trump, he is heading to the white house today at the request of president obama. >> and the president said we are americans first and he wants to ensure a successful transition. trump has slammed the president's policies and questioned his birthplace and the president declared trump unfit for presidency, but he'll get the same daily intelligent briefings as the president himself. >> now, a to face in the oval office later this morning, melania trump will meet separately with first lady michelle obama. abc's tom llamas gives us a look at how the extraordinary night unfolded for the trump family. >> reporter: the historic upset so breathtaking even the trumps seemed surprised watching in trump tower as the election returns rolled in. staffers cheering as they closed in on victory, and then it was
president elect donald trump helping his 10-year-old son barron with his tie before leading his large family into a hotel ballroom down the staircase on to the stage, greeted by a throng of elated supporters. >> i just received a call from secretary clinton. she congratulated us. it's about us. congratulated her and her family on a very, very hard-fought campaign, i mean, she fought very hard. >> reporter: gone were the bruising attacks of the campaign. the president elect gracious to his former opponent. >> hillary has worked very long and very hard over a long period of time, and we owe her a major debt of gratitude for her service to our country.
>> reporter: minutes after leaving the stage, trump taking a phone call from president obama, the president inviting his successor to the white house. >> good afternoon, everybody. >> reporter: in the rose garden, addressing the nation. >> it is no secret that the president-elect and i have some pretty significant differences. we are now all rooting for success in uniting and leading the country. >> reporter: also words of support and congratulations from both former presidents bush, ne george h.w. bush wishing him well, quote, as he guides america forward. his son, george w bush, we pray for the success of our country and for the success of our new president. tom llamas, abc news, new york. trump's team is not wasting time making preparations for the transition. in fact, his transition team has already held the first post election meeting. >> they'll meet again this morning and sources say the
chris christie sat down at trump tower to work on the logistics of merging the campaign and transition operations and the team launched its official website, you see it there, greatagain.gov. they are working on handover plans for government agencies and creating a personnel list for top administration jobs. >> hillary clinton is on track to win the popular vote despite the crushing defeat in the electoral college. >> clinton delivered a gracious yet emotional concession speech yesterday in a room packed with disappointed aides and supporters many in tears as she spoke. >> this is painful, and it will be for a long time. i want you to remember this. our campaign was never about one person or even one election. it was about the country we love, and about building an america that's hopeful, inclusive and big-hearted. we have seen that our nation is
i still believe in america, and i always will. if you do, then we must accept this result, and then look to the future. donald trump is going to be our president. we owe him an open mind and the chance to lead. >> clinton also made a direct appeal to the women who voted for her telling them nothing has made her prouder to be their champion and encouraged little girls to pursue and achieve their own dreams. former democratic presidential hopeful bernie sanders is willing to work with the new president. in a statement, the vermont senator said if donald trump is serious about helping the middle class, sanders and other progressives will join him. however, senator sanders vowed to oppose trump if he, i'm quoting here, pursues racist, sexist and anti-environmental policies. elizabeth warren proposed a
said the two have to put aside differences to help the working class, twitter rants against each other included warren calling trump a pathetic coward. she's hoping trump shows respect for all americans as president. i want to talk about wall street for a moment here because it is looking for a second-straight day of post-election gains. fears the market would tank after the trump victory did not come true wednesday. the dow jones gained 256 points, less than 50 off the august all-time high. also bond prices fell, sending the yield on 10-year treasury notes above 2% for the first time since january. the new england patriots have a big game coming up, but reporters have the presidential election on their mind instead when it's time for interviews. >> if you get into an argument with your friends about the election at all, apparently the word is just to say seattle. >> now we know. take that cue from the coach bill belichick asked about a letter he wrote to donald trump, which trump read at a rally in new hampshire monday.
and that his comments aren't politically motivated. he was asked repeatedly follow-up questions about the letter and belichick just kept saying, seattle. seattle. it's, like, you know, a new designer song. instead of panda, go seattle. seattle. >> so quarterback tom brady was asked about the election, and he did not have much to say either. >> yeah, i talked to my wife. she said i can't talk about politics anymore. i think that's a good decision. made for our family. >> so at that rally on monday, trump described a phone conversation with brady in which he said the quarterback had offered his support. brady wouldn't confirm or deny that. >> seattle. >> seattle. >> i'm going to use that on you from now on. >> totally. jack, what do you think of the election? >> seattle. >> okay. there you go. all right. great. coming up, the man behind america's 45th president. >> yes. what we're finding out this
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we've seen protests tonight including boston, chicago, seattle, philadelphia as well as a few sites here in new york as well. we'll continue to monitor the situation for you. moving on to this morning's headlines, two marine fighter jet pilots managed to survive a mid-air collision off the coast of san diego. one pilot landed at a nearby naval air station, the other ejected and sent a distress call and was rescued an hour later from the waters off the pacific. overseas, beginning of the end for isis, we're told, in one after of iraq's largest cities, that's one dip mats claim about the battle to liberate mosul. the u.n. envoy says steady progress has been made islamic state's so-called caliphate, but reports said isis is forcing thousands of civilians to stay in mosul to be used as human shields. the first full day of liberations in the case of the a cincinnati police officer charged with killing an an armed
justification in that shooting. defense attorneys say the officer feared he would be run over. jurors in georgia are in third day of deliberations in the case of a father whose toddler died after being left in a hot car. prosecutors say ross harris left the boy to die because he wanted a child-free life. defense attorneys say it was an accident. investigators are blaming a hot lightbulb falling on to card board for this western new york. plumes of black smoke filled the air over the former bethlehem steel plant in new york. more than 100 firefighters were called to the scene as flames spread to three adjacent buildings. no injuries reported. the official cause, though, is under investigation. >> unbelievable all that caused by a lightbulb. >> incredible. coming up in our next half hour, what the simpsons said about a trump presidency 16 years ago, yet another creepy prediction from the show that has now come true. and see what that episode's writer is now saying about it.
donald trump's chances of winning were said to be a long shot, so how did he pull off going from a well-known businessman to a reality tv star to then 45th president of the united states? abc's amy robach takes a look. >> reporter: donald trump making history. >> i just received a call from secretary clinton. >> reporter: the 70-year-old presidential run beginning blocks away in june 2015. >> i am officially running for president of the united states, and we are going to make our country great again. >> reporter: his road to the white house, thee most untraditional in history. ? >> reporter: the billionaire businessman best known as a reality tv star as host of "the apprentice." >> you're fired. you're fired.
potential run many times. >> i'm really considering whether or not i can win. >> reporter: finally making it a reality, defeating 16 republican nominees in a long shot primary. >> i didn't take the property. >> reporter: accepting the republican nomination in july. >> i humbly and gratefully accept your nomination for the presidency of the united states. >> reporter: it was the 1970s when the real estate mogul started his business career, marrying his first wife, mother to his three children, and then extended to hotels, casinos, and resorts in the around the world in the 1980s. the multimillionaire even becoming a best-selling author with his book "the art of the deal," but the 1990s beginning with a contentious divorce from ivana. he met actress marla maples in 1993, the couple welcoming daughter tiffany.
saw a rebound for trump, bolstered by the reality tv stardom and then in 2005 marrying for a third time, his star-studded wedding attended by the clintons, the couple becomes parents to barron in 2006, trump's fifth child. the billionaire mogul always keeping eyes on politics starting the birther movement. president obama taking aim at trump during the 2011 correspondence dinner. >> tonight, for the first time, i'm releasing o video. >> reporter: those jokes thought to have inspired trump to self-fund his run for presidency. >> now it's time for america to bind the wounds of division. we have to get together. >> we heard president obama, hillary clinton, even bernie sanders saying they intend to work with trump to try to help him do that, and hopefully bring a little bit unity to the
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? time for "the mix," talking about protests today over the election of donald trump. some people are outraged, but more importantly people are also outraged over toblerone changing the shape of their chocolate bars. >> no. >> you know those chocolate bars they have triangles. >> those are awesome. that's great. >> see the value valleys? >> yes. >> they will be wider. >> what is that? >> the 170 grams are now going to be 150 grams and the 400 gram bars are going to have 360 grams of chocolate. >> you can't get your teeth over that. >> they say prices are going up and they're more expensive. >> protest! >> to the streets we go. >> outrage. seattle. >> the company is switzerland so you might want to go there instead. >> well, okay. seattle.
speaking of seattle, there's a guy in seattle called a hot guy traveling the world for pizza. so phil duncan has made a living of sorts over the last year traveling around the world trying different pizza and posting these photos. really, would it kill you to have a salad, phil? come on. man. >> yeah. he doesn't eat pizza all the time. that's deceptive. >> yeah. so he travels and he posts his pizza pictures all over the world. those have been really popular on instagram. his favorite pizza, new york, but he had a killer one in malaysia he thought was great. >> people are tuning in to look at his pizza. >> yes, not the abs. nick's mom is getting ready for the holidays, early start on thanksgiving. and she cleaned the living room and now there's a ban instituted in her house. >> what? >> the sign says, this room has been cleaned for the holidays and is officially closed until
members to enter if they are clean from top to toe, she said. the clothing has to be freshly laundered, showered, and no food or drinks permitted at this time. >> those kids will need therapy. later on in life. >> it's not clear what the consequence would be if you break mom's rules. i'm not going to mess with that and, nick, we suggest you don't either. some nice equestrian music now courtesy of the memphis grizzlies and their mascot >> oh! >> "my pony." >> it is. he did this sort of a stunt, a strip tease, impromptu one. >> oh, oh. >> he's working it. >> he's recently won mascot of the year, and i can see why he deserves it. oh, our eyes. >> the audience is completely mesmerized.
breaking news this morning on "world news now" -- protesters nationwide hope to have their voices heard. thousands in the streets snarling traffic, lighting fires many flat out refusing to accept the outcome of the presidential election. we'll hear from a reporter in the middle of anger. and president obama and president elect donald trump are getting ready to meet later today. but after spending months trading barbs on the campaign trail, can they see eye to eye? new this half hour, the legal cloud that's growing over the new president elect. >> what we're finding out about the dozens of lawsuits that donald trump may soon be facing as well as that irs audit even after he's sworn into office. finding that silver lining, the glimmer of hope that one celebrity's finding in the wake of donald trump's november surprise.
? snoop ? >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now". >> could it be that four states legalized marijuana? >> i'm sure there's a few people happy about that. >> maybe snoop was happy about that. >> protesters happy about that? sure. >> well, we'll just say they were a little angry in dozens of american cities. >> passion out on the streets today. >> coast to coast. >> protesters took the outrage about the election odo trump to the streets in several cities, an estimated 10,000 people tied up traffic in midtown manhattan marching to trump tower where the new president elect spent the night. several of the protesters were also arrested. >> a bonfire was lit in oakland, california, where demonstrators gathered for a second consecutive night. at one point police used tear gas to control the crowds of thousands. >> at the capital, they gathered at the hotel and white house, and some in philadelphia and
>> a lot of people will be affected by the things that donald trump has already said, and, you know, we want to show them across the world we don't stand with that, and it's important for us to, like, be out here so everybody sees it. >> hurts my heart people i love are fearful of their lives and livelihoods. >> more than half the country, more than half the votes went to hillary clinton, and that's an important thing. >> several cities along the west coast in addition to oakland saw protests including seattle. large downtown streets just as many workers were trying to make their way home. tension of the demonstration increased when a shooting took place there in downtown seattle. earlier, we spoke about all of this with our reporter. >> so, jeff, what can you tell us about the scene there? >> reporter: well, at the moment, it's starting to die down, but at the height of it, you had several thousands people moving down through the downtown core of seattle. this was at the height of rush
people trying to get out of town after getting off work were stuck in an absolute standstill because of the group moving through the city. >> were police prepared for this or did it seem impromptu protest? >> reporter: started as a rally in a downtown park, just a couple hundred people were there to hear speakers speak in protest of donald trump, but that quickly grew to several thousands and started moving. seattle police initially seemed prepared, but as the crowd grew and grew, it seemed like they were overwhelm at times, but they did do a good job of keeping the peace as we heard. no reports of violence, vandalism and no arrests. >> does it seem like the city is preparing for more of this? >> reporter: i don't know about more of this, seattle is no stranger to protests. seattle police department has handled a lot of these things going back. >> it was not related to it, but you get a sense the shooting that took place, you get a sense the city was on edge when that
this happened just a block away from where the protests started, and it was at a bus stop just outside of a 7/11. we did confirm from police that it was completely unrelated to the donald trump protests. initially, people were not sure what to make of things. >> all right, thanks, jeff there in seattle. thank you. >> not a problem. >> you see the scene there, five people shot at the bus stop that jeff was referring to in seattle, but unrelated to the protests. now, south of there in downtown los angeles, anti-trump protesters shut down a major freeway in both directions. further north, some high school students in berkley, california left class and marched to the university of california campus to protest the election. students in des moines, iowa were singing in unison after walking out of their classes. teachers were told to let the kids protest and express concerns about the results of the election. president obama has invited
to aim for a peaceful transition of power. >> the president and donald trump have been openly and bitterly critical of each other. now they are calling for unity. here's the president and vice president biden meeting with staffers yesterday to talk about the election telling them to keep their heads up. >> abc's arlette saenz has more from washington. good morning. >> reporter: it's a moment in many in this country never managed, psi welcoming donald trump to the oval office as the next president. the white house admits this won't be an easy meeting. it's well documented president obama thinks donald trump is unfit to be commander in chief while donald trump has promised to undo much of president obama's legacy. but today, president obama will put aside those differences. here he was in the rose garden yesterday. >> we are now all rooting for his success in uniting and leading the country. the peaceful transition of power
democracy. over the next few months, we are going to show that to the world. >> reporter: now part of the transition involves intelligence briefings. as president-elect, donald trump can now receive the exact same daily intelligence briefings as president obama. meeting in the residence of the white house today, first lady michelle obama and future first lady, melania trump. over the summer, the campaign said mrs. trump always liked michelle obama. of course we learned that after she had borrowed those lines from the first lady's speech. diane and ken dis. >> it looks like hillary clinton will win the popular vote despite the loss in the electoral college. clinton struck a unifying tone as she conceded to donald trump, calling on supporters to accept the outcome of the election saying, quote, we owe him an open mind and a chance to lead. clinton also acknowledged her defeat was excruciatingly
as trump's transition team gets to work, he's facing the daunting task of filling out the cabinet and inner circle. top administration officials will include top surrogates, couple familiar names may be under consideration, rudy giuliani as attorney general and newt gingrich as secretary of state. trump has made sweeping promises for his first 100 days in office including repealing obamacare. as the republican retained solid control of congress, house speaker paul ryan called trump's victory the most incredible political feat of his life time and he vowed to hit the ground running. in t s mitch mcconnell said republicans are ready to work with trump to change the course of this country. world leaders react to donald trump's victory. one of the first to weigh in, vladimir putin. the russian president said he is looking forward to easing tensions with the u.s. once trump takes office. the president elect took criticism for praising putin on the campaign trail, and the russian leader says he is looking forward to restoring fully-fledged relations. the two nations have been at
syrian conflict. mexico's president say he and the president elect have agreed to meet during the transition period. trump promised to build a wall along the mexican border and make mexico pay for it. the president said they will speak to repair the relations between the two nations. they'll discuss the relationship of the two nations, and they spoke in august as trump made a surprise visit to mexico city. >> the election subplot of local kid makes good is playing out thousands of miles a celebrating melania trump and her new roll come january 20th as first lady. the prime minister tweeted congratulations, and she's the second first lady born outside of north america. louisa adams, wife of john quincey adams, was the first. >> look at that. >> lit trivia for you. you like that? >> first trivia for you. >> barron trump will be the youngest presidential son since jfk jr. was in the white house since 1963. >> wow, somebody had presidential facts all lined up.
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we're back with live pictures there from downtown los angeles late at night there, early in the morning in east coast here, and you can see protesters have shut down both directions of all lanes on the 101 freeway demonstrating against the election of donald trump. >> that's right. traffic there is backed up for miles, and authorities have not provided a timetable for when they think the highway will reopen, but quite a scene there this was one of several california cities where anti-trump demonstrations were held late into the night as well as other cities around the country. we saw this in seattle, chicago, boston, here in new york. >> we are told that police there in los angeles have started to make some arrests, have started to take some people into custody, but you can tell it is causing quite a nightmare there in los angeles. we're going to keep an eye on this. president elect trump may be facing a lot more than protests even after he is sworn into
president under the threat of investigation, and now it's trump's turn as he faces potentially dozens of lawsuits as well as the irs audit. here's abc's brian ross. >> please raise your right hand. >> yes. >> reporter: investigators and lawyers tonight say donald trump could find himself under oath in dozens of lawsuits, even after he takes the oath of office to become president. >> would you state your full name from the record, please? >> donald john trump. >> reporter: among the mos allegations of fraud involving trump university with the trial set to begin later this month. students who paid the $35,000 fee claim they were falsely told by trump he personally selected the faculty. >> these are people hand picked by me. >> reporter: trump's business interests may create conflicts for the soon-to-be president. in the mess of the campaign, he took time off to promote his brand with a trip to the golf course in scotland, and later,
washington. he and his children sought investments with controversial overseas figures, and ethics experts say the plan to let his children run his empire as though it was a blind trust is not blind at all. brian ross, abc news, new york. when we come back, how the simpsons predicted a donald trump presidency 16 years ago. and kelly ripa opens up about why she couldn't smile for six months. "the skinny" is next. >> announcer: "world news now"
i watched news coverage all night last night, and it was especially interesting to watch the change in tone as the night progressed. they started out upbeat, but as the evening went on, results came in, every anchor looked like a child slowly realizes that no one was showing up to his birthday party. ? ? skinny, so skinny ? >> it is "the skinny." we're going to start with another creepy prediction from the simpsons a decade and a half into the future. >> so last month, we showed you how the show predicted this year's winner of the nobel prize in economics six years ago. well, now it turns out the simpsons predicted a trump presidency 16 years ago. >> as we know, we've inherited a budget crunch from president trump. how bad is it, secretary?
>> the country is broke? how can that be? >> well, remember when the last administration decided to invest in our nation's children? big mistake. >> the breakfast program created a generation of ultra strong super criminals. >> basketball taught them to function without sleep. >> so earlier this year, simpsons writer explained why he predicted a trump presidency back in 2000 saying at the time, it was a warning to america and his idea of america going >> just the fact he was able to predict -- >> oh, my word. >> the nobel prize winner and now this, i would like to know what the lottery numbers are going to be, please. >> it is freaky. >> thank you. next to one celebrity looking on the bright side. >> in the wake of his personal election disappointment, the rap legend snoop dogg who performed for hillary clinton at the democratic national convention tweeted out the album cover of the marvin gay mood music he
and while he focused on the obamas and the political successes of the recent past. >> he also appealed to his friend, drake, on hooking him up with property in canada. in the end, he found a silver lining, california's legalization of recreational marijuana. >> exactly. so there you go. while we're getting words of wisdom from america's newest and most accidental election year celebrity, the famously undecided ken bone. >> ken bone. >> ken bone. tweeted out a reassurance to worried americans congratulating trump and urging everyone to come together and move forward. >> here you thought you wouldn't get good use of the t-shirt. a month after ordering it. >> past the 15 minutes. >> well done, kendis. did you do the story just for that? >> i hope. next to a stunning new insight from our friend and abc colleague, kelly ripa.
openly credited botox to maintain her youthful complexion, but on yesterday's show with a chat with fox news anchor megyn kelly, she admitted a year ago she got botched botox that left her unable to smile for six months. >> tough for someone who does what kelly ripa does and needs to make people smile on tv. she said the worst part is it affected her good side, so for that many months, six months, she said she had two bad sides. i don't believe that. i don't think kelly ripa has a bad side, but she did say botox did change her life and cut her getting ready time in half. >> 16 seconds to camera three without smiling. ha-ha! >> you didn't even try. >> try again. >> i tried really hard. >> oh, didn't work. finally, celebrity photo
the "modern family" star shared this snap on instagram with her nearly 11 million viewers, captured peyton manning photo bombing my pic. >> the celebrity's very first world problem happened while the former star nfl quarterback visited the set for taping of an episode that he'll be in in january. >> okay. after showing off the vocal skills last week at the cma awards, this appearance on "modern family" mark his first ever acting role. >> he had no problem smiling apparently. >> do you want to try again? >> can i cheat like this. >> yeah. i will try not to make you laugh. >> if everybody else saw the dance moves you were performing just then, you would understand why i can't keep a straight face. it's not fair. kelly ripa could have used you. coming up, america's first lady in waiting. >> what we found out about the white house's next occupant of
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? ? she's a lady ? ? talking about the little lady ? it'll be okay. >> a look at lady liberty this morning, but we're talking about a different lady, the woman set to become america's second first lady born outside of the united states. >> melania trump grew up in a formally communist country and said that as a girl she was inspired by the election of ronald reagan. here's more from abc's maria schiavocampo. >> reporter: melania trump decked in white taking a late night victory lap with her husband, donald, the 46-year-old sloveniaen immigrant, now the first foreign-born first lady
melania's road to the white house anything but conventional. she met trump in 1998 while modelling in new york, marrying in 2005 and welcoming son barron a year later. she said he was the reason she was largely absent from the campaign trail. >> my priority is our son, and i support him 100%. >> reporter: in july, greeted warmly taking the stage at the republican national convention. but her words widely criticized for bearing striking resemblance to michelle obama's 2008 dnc speech. >> you work hard for what you want in life. >> that your word is your bond, that you do what you say you're going to do. >> that your word is your bond, and you do what you say. >> reporter: after that, she kept a lower profile, but last week, hit the battleground state of pennsylvania to campaign for her husband showing the voters her more personal side. >> i'm an immigrant, and let me
freedom and opportunity of america more than me. >> reporter: melania revealing one of her biggest platforms as first lady will be combatting cyber bullying. >> we have to find a better way to talk to each other. >> in this 21st century, what's going on, it's very hurtful to children, some adults as well, but we have to take care of children. >> hard to keep away from the >> it is, but we have to teach them how to use it, what's right to say, what's not right to say, and because it's very bad out there, and children get hurt. >> reporter: mara schiavocampo >> and she says overall she'd like to focus on women's issues and children's issues when the family gets to the white house. >> meeting with the first lady later on this morning at the white house. >> all right. don't miss our updates on facebook at wnnfans.com. coming up, more news from abc. >> announcer: this is abc's "world news now," informing insomniacs for two decades. info
good morning, i'm kendis gibson. >> and i'm diane macedo. here are some of the top headlines we're following this morning on "world news now". protesters have hit the streets in major cities from coast to coast, all angry about donald trump's presidential election. demonstrations tied up downtown areas from new york to los angeles even to seattle. we have full details straight ahead. >> oh to be a fly on for this white house meet and greet. president obama and president elect donald trump are coming face to face in the oval office today. setting aside differences for a successful transition. the president now rooting for trump to unit the country. and wall street hopes to build on a strong post election showing. the dow closed less than 50 points from august's record high. it jumped more than 250 points calming some fears of a trump-induced bear market. and a show of patriotism in america's heartland. fans of the nhl st. louis blues
and proud before their game with the chicago blackhawks. those are some of our top stories on this thursday, november 10th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." good morning to you all. we start with the coast to coast protests all in anger about the election of donald trump. in richmond, virginia, a large group of protesters vented their anger about trump's election. one point they made their way on to a highway. eventually ten people were arrested and the road was reopened to traffic. downtown l.a., more anti-trump protesters gathered on the 101 freeway. shutting traffic down in both directions. traffic was backed up for miles. police say they were powerless to do anything about it. didn't offer a timetable for when the road would reopen. >> they did make some arrests there. i want to show you the scene in
similar scenes playing out in more than a dozen u.s. cities. and largest demonstration right here in new york where the usual traffic of midtown manhattan was made much, much worse as thousands of people came out against trump, less than 24 hours after his victory. wabc reporter has the details. >> donald trump go away. >> reporter: they marched for 40 blocks to their destination, the home of president elect donald trump. thousands, if not tens of thousands of new yorkers, awakened to a reality for them seemed so unthinkable. >> i'm a very, very proud new yorker tonight. >> because we're angry, sad, fed up. >> we'll fight against it. this is a huge wakeup call for. >> reporter: it wasn't clear if anybody believed most would come of this, most understand trump was elected fair and square in the electoral college. after all, that is how democracy works. but so is this --
majority of americans do not want this man to be president of the united states. >> reporter: and these protests continued thousands and thousands of people taking over the streets just in front of trump tower, more than a dozen people arrested by the nypd and counting. through it all, donald trump himself said to be home, inside the building. >> speaking of home, donald trump is off to soon to be his new home, the white house today, to meet with president obama. >> and the president extended the invitation when he called trump to congratulate him on his stunning victory. the president promised to work to ensure a successful transition and said he's rooting for trump's success in uniting and leading the country. trump will now be privy to the same daily intelligence briefings as the president. he is also expected to head the capitol hill today to meet with house speaker paul ryan. >> hillary clinton is calling on her supporters to accept the outcome of the election. after her electoral defeat, it looks like she may win the
believes in america and always will. here is abc's cecilia vega. >> reporter: they filled the room packing the balconies, long-time hillary clinton aides and young women, many wiping away tears. >> please join me in welcoming secretary hillary rodham clinton. [ cheers and applause ]. >> thank you, my friends. thank you. addressing the disappointment head on. >> this is not the outcome we wanted or we worked so hard for, and i'm sorry that we did not win this election for the values we share and the vision we hold for our country. >> reporter: the loss, tough to bare. >> this is painful, and it will be for a long time, but i want you to remember this -- our campaign was never about one person or even one election.
and about building an america that's hopeful, inclusive and big hearted. >> reporter: clinton now urging her followers to support the president elect. >> we have seen that our nation is more deeply divided than we thought. donald trump is going to be our president. we owe him an open mind and the chance to lead. >> reporter: and then a direct appeal to women who voted for her by a 12-point margin. >> i want you to know that nothing has made me prouder than to be your champion. [ cheers and applause ]. >> i know we have still not shattered that highest and hardest glass ceiling, but some day, someone will and hopefully sooner than we might think right
news, new york. >> and donald trump's transition team has already held its first post-election meeting. sources say the group led by new jersey governor chris christie sat down at trump tower to work on the logistics of merging the campaign and the transition operations. they're working on handover plans for government agencies and creating a personnel list for top administration jobs. the trump transition team has launched its own official website as well -- greatagain.gov. features bios and platform positions for the president elect and vice president elect. it also has information and links to apply for positions in the upcoming trump administration. there's also a tab for anyone to share ideas on how they would like to make america great again. this morning pollsters are still scratching their heads about the 2016 election. most thought the u.s. would be preparing to celebrate its first female president. now we're wondering how the polls got everything so wrong. here is abc's marci gonzalez. [ usa, usa ]
kind of history the pundits and polls predicted would be made in this race. from the primaries up to election day -- >> every single one of our tossup states, he is still short of the 270 he needs. >> reporter: most called the donald trump presidency nearly impossible, though the billionaire businessman received fewer overall votes than john mccain and mitt romney in their losses to president obama, trump cleared the electoral threshold by claiming must-win battleground states including north carolina and florida, turning some traditionally democratic states and banking crucial wins in the industrial midwest. his biggest group of supporters white voters without a college degree. and while hillary clinton carried non-white voters as expected, the democratic turnout fell short, helping to fuel trump's victory. >> there was about 3 to 4 million democrats that did not show up and vote yesterday in the course of the election.
lowest turnout percentage wise in 20 years. >> reporter: pollsters now looking at how they got it so wrong. while there's no clear answer, some point to the possibility of an unexpected change of heart by some clinton supporters following the fbi announcing it was again looking into her e-mails. others say there may have been some trump supporters too embarrassed to admit to pollsters which candidate they were supporting. kendis and diane? >> our thanks to marci in new york. time for light hearted election fallout, come thanks to travel related company. >> first this from booking.com. they're asking if we all need a vacation from politics? the tweet says we can detox from the election by -- you guessed it -- booking a trip. >> preach. and spirit airlines is offering its go north sale. you can get 75% off flights to destinations in up state new york, which spirit notes is just a short drive to canada. >> trying to make light of things of people's anger this morning and maybe trying to capitalize a little bit on the new president elect.
coming up, donald trump's family the new details we're learning about the children of america's new president elect and their potential new roles once their dad takes the oath of office. and how can the nation heal after this nasty campaign season? we'll look back on some of the race's nastier moments. but first, a look at today's temperatures, not so nasty. >> announcer: "world news now"
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>> in oakland, you see the scenes there, some fireworks were set off as police used tear gas in an attempt to control thousands of protesters. as we've seen with the protests, the next question seems to be, how will they eventually channel their anger after donald trump is sworn into office in. >> abc's juju chang puts her finger on the pulse of the opposition. >> reporter: across the country tonight, stunned hillary clinton supporters mourning and raising popular vote, being shut out by the electoral college. >> we are literally hiking up the canyons of manhattan following the protest. it's a smattering of black lives matter, law center, a number of colleges. >> reporter: hillary clinton took to the stage to concede this morning, apologizing to her supporters early on. >> i'm sorry that we did not win
share and the vision we hold for our country. >> reporter: the scene at clinton's election night headquarters, one of devastation. supporters slowly trickling out as it became more and more clear she would not have the 270 electoral votes needed. the only person to take the elaborate stage, the campaign chair, john podesta. >> everybody should head home, get some sleep. >> reporter: a star studded backlash on social media, and clinton fans tweeting this is an embarrassing night for america. we let a hate monger lead our great nation, a bully setting the course. i'm devastated. and miley cyrus releasing a raw, emotional reaction. >> i still think in her life time she deserves to be the first female president. that's what makes me so sad. >> god bless the united states of america. >> reporter: after a hard fought race the highest office in the land is beyond her pioneering
>> this is a woman who has basically been in the public spotlight non-stop for more than 30 years. >> and skewered for much of it. >> yes. so the first thing i would tell her, hang out with your family, go on vacation with bill, stay out of the public spotlight. shen as she begins to figure out, how do i want to serve? serving is obviously a part of her heart. >> reporter: for nightline, i'm juju chang in new york. we have breaking news from seattle now where two people are in critical condition following a shooting outside a 7/11. into a crowd hitting at least five victims. they believe this was the result of an argument and not related g on nearby in that city. and that gunman is still on the loose. police still searching for who is responsible. we'll continue to keep you updated on this story. a closely watched senate race in new hampshire was decided by a little over a thousand votes. republican kelly ayotte concede