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captioning funded by cbs it's monday, january 16th, 2017. this is the "cbs morning news," four days from the trump administration. he vowed to repeal obamacare and now he's promising insurance for evening plus the war of w d words wiwor words with cia and world icahn. frozen conditions wreaking havoc on the roads and leaving thousands in the dark.
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good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at the studio headquarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. well, the dangerous mix of ice, sleerkts and freezing rain that's blanketed parts of the central u.s. is sticking around for another day, and at least four deaths are blamed on the winter weather. ice storm warnings continue this morning in parts of iowa and nebraska. at one point over the weekend, more than 30 million americans were under some form of winter watch or warning. the storm knocked out power to almost 11,000 customers in oklahoma. the ice bent tree limbs and took down power lines. >> it covered up my pickup, covered up our car, covered up the neighbor's van. just been digging ever since. >> the freezing precipitation came in waves, making for hazardous travel in kansas. on interstate 70 in kansas, a semihit the icy road and plowed across the median.
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a state trooper was able to get out of the way barely. no one was injured. and cowboy stadium was locked down after the game because of a tornado warning and some players, fans, and staff were stuck for about an hour. well, president-elect trump takes office this friday. he says a plan to replace the affordable care act is nearly finished and there's insurance for everybody. in the meantime he's engaged a war of words with the cia and a civil rights leader. hena daniels has more. >> declaration clailaration cam country to save the signature law and of course more feuds with political rivals. in a weekend interview with the "times of london" president-elect trump vowed to take executive action on the border security on his first day in office.
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>> we're going go with very strong borders on the day i get in. >> offering few details to the "washington post," mr. trump said his replacement plan for obamacare will offer much more lower deductibles with a goal of insurance for everybody. thousands of protesters took to the streets on sunday vowing to undo the law including senator bernie sanders. >> you're going have to worry about millions of people who are standing up, who are fighting back. >> days before his inauguration, the president-elect reig it in his feud with the intelligence community asking if john brennan was the leaker of so-called fake news about russia. comments came after brennan said this on "fox news sunday." >> i don't think he has a full appreciation of russian capabilities, russians'
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intentions. >> i don't see the president-elect as a legitimate president. i think the russians participated in helping this man get elected. >> donald trump won a landslide election. the american people spoke decisively. >> the civil rights leader is among a number of democrats who will not attend the inauguration on this friday. and on martin luther king holiday. president-elect trump has canceled plans to visit the museum. he said he'll visit after the inaugurati inauguration. we'll talk with shane spicer about the replacement for the affordable care act. more than 9,000 people are expected to attend the inauguration on friday in washington. a massive operation will be in
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place. jamie yuccas has the details. >> reporter: the stage is set for president-elect donald trump and vice president-elect mike pence to be sworn in. stand-ins tried to make it look like the real deal with security in place. temporary fences are up around much of the city and homeland secretary jeh johnson says law enforcement is ready. >> this includes approximately 10,000 people from the department of homeland security and some 12,000 other federal personnel. >> reporter: also making preparations for a million people, don's john. a rented toilet company is making headlines for a cover-up of its name. it's not clear if it's too close to home to the inauguration or they're trying to keep in line. toby keith, three doors down and
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lee greenwood will headway. however, broadway star jennifer holliday backed out telling her fans one of the reasons she pulled out was a backlash from the lgbt community. the colorado college marching ba the band from alabama is raising money to join 40 other groups in friday's parade. well, besides those celebrating the inauguration, dozens of other protests are also planned. one is most likely to be saturday's women's march in washington. hundreds of thousands are expected to attend. and president obama says he's ready to leave the white house and the bubble the president is forced to live in. during his last network television interview before he leaves the office he told steve kroft what it takes to do the
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job. >> thick skin. stamina. there's a greater physical element to do this job than you think, to be able to grind it out. your ability not just mentally and emotionally to say we've got this. >> the president says he's proud that his basic character and outlook haven't changed in the past eight years. at a one-day mid east peace conference in paris, some 70 countries called on israel and the palestinians to resume working on creating an independent palestinian state. secretary of state john kerry represented the u.s. he warned it's too early to move the embassy from tel aviv as asked. >> you'd have an explosion, an absolute explosion in the region. >> benjamin netanyahu called it rigged and futile.
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several people were killed. the 7477 crashed in a residential neighborhood just outside the main airport. most of those who died were on the ground including a number of children. 15 houses were destroyed. the former soviet republican borders china. the cargo plane was making a stopover from hong kong to istanbul. in south korea a special prosecutor says he'll seek an arrest warrant for samsung owner lee. he was accused of paying bribes. a south korean court is hearing argument wls to hear last month's vote in parliament to impeach the president. coming up on the "morning news" now, speaking out. the people of atlanta defend their city in the wake of mr. trump's rant. and "saturday night live" pokes fun at the president's news
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conference. >> obamacare is a disaster and i actually do have a replacement plan, okay. i have a terrific plan. it's great. it's called the affordable care act. >> that's the same thing as obamacare and if you appeal it, 20 million people will loose their health care. people could die. >> listen, sweetheart. i'm about to be president. we're all going to die. with sugar? oh, no. (laughing)
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incr...think it wouldotection in a pwork, but it does.dn't... it's called always discreet for bladder leaks, the super... ...absorbent core turns liquid to gel. i know i'm wearing it but no one else will. always discreet for bladder leaks. and my cold medicines' ugh, iwearing off.chtime i'm dragging. yeah, that stuff only lasts a few hours. or, take mucinex. one pill fights congestion for 12 hours. no thank you very much,
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she's gonna stick with the short-term stuff. 12 hours? guess i won't be seeing you for a while. is that a bisque? i just lost my appetite. why take medicines that only last 4 hours, when just one mucinex lasts 12 hours? start the relief. ditch the misery. let's end this. god, i'mloving this press conference. i love the press. let's take another question from the press. >> hi, i'm from "buzzfeed." >> no, no, no, not you, buzz field. you're a pile of garbage. i took your test, i'm a joey, not a rachael. >> "snl," the punch lines put to report the see correct. naturally trump tweeted his take
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on the show. not funny, cast is terrible, always a complete hit job, really bad television. ahead on "cbs this morning," jan crawford looks at political sat fire past and present. i'm sure "snl" will come up. well, people in atlanta are defending their city after a tweet by mr. trum% and a tool to fight fake news. the "atlanta journal-constitution" quotes residents saying donald trump is wrong about their city and john lewis. trump slammed lewis after he called the presidency illegitimately. he was harshly criticized. he tweeted the city is in horrible shape, falling apart, and crime-infested. well, outgoing attorney general loretta lynch tells "usa today" police departments.
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lynch said she believes the world is watching how we deal with these issues. the "los angeles times" reports that nearly two dozen drug smuggling tunnels have not been filled in on the mexican side. traffickers have reactivated at least six previously discovered tunnels in recent years. mexico says it lacks the money to fill them in with concrete as the u.s. does. well, still to come, presidential stimulus. the financial markets got a bounce after donald trump was elected but will they continue their run after he's sworn in. tomorrow's the day besides video games. every day is a gift. especially for people with heart failure. but today there's entresto... a breakthrough medicine
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johnson's. for every little wonder. here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. facebook will soon flag fake news stories in germany ahead of the election there. the company will launch a special tool and is working with a nonprofit journalism group to spot false posts. germany is expected to go to the polls in september. well, the so-called trump rally is going strong on wall street, but will it last. jill wagner talks to traders about how economic policies could impact the stockmarket. >> reporter: investors welcome
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donald trump's white house rally with a rally. are you surprise at how much the market has gone up since the election? keith bliss says he likes trump's plan to boost infrastructure spending, and simplify the tax code. >> that will increase hiring and spending across all industries. >> reporter: trump promised to ease financing. that's why goldman sachs are up double digits since the election and are likely to continue to climb. >> remember, the regulations have been at the pen by president obama, a lost these can by taken away. >> despite some optimism, there are some worries. some are concerned trump will start a trade war with china. >> we can't continue to allow china to rape our countries.
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>> he suggested putting a tariff on all goods imported in the oous which would likely drive up everything from cars to clothing. >> donald trump is a wild card. >> reporter: he says people don't like uncertainty but so far the mood is good. >> the excitement blew. >> reporter: he made these baseball caps. >> the market was on fire. this train is roaring. >> reporter: and now the dow is closing in on 20,000. jill wagner, cbs news. well, still to come, the road to the championships. the packers blow an early lead to the cowboys, but pull off a thrilling last-minute comeback. when coughing keeps your family awake. breathe easier with vicks vaporub. soothing cough relief that starts working instantly. no one's surprised tender pieces and crunchy bites
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rodgers spins to his left. >> aaron rodgers had little time and just a slim chance to pull out a win for green bay, but he defied the odds again as the packers won last night in dallas, 34-31. rodgers found a receiver on a third and 20 in the final seconds to set up the winning field goal. the pack will face the falcons next sunday for the nfc championship. meanwhile le'veon bell carried it with the afc championship on the line, the steelers will face the patriots in new england next sunday evening at 6:40, and you can see all the action right here on cbs. so whether it's to celebrate or just witness history, hundreds of thousands of americans are washington-bound this week to attend friday's
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presidential inauguration. don champion meet as young texasen who will be there in his tuxedo. >> reporter: 2016 was anything but boring for chris ford. first he volunteered for the republicans on the campaign trail and then served as a delegate at the national delegation. >> it's taught me you can take action. >> reporter: now with a new tuxedo in hand the 25-year-old chairman of the dallas young republicans will attend donald trump's inauguration. he even scored tickets to an inaugural ball. >> what i love about going to these republican events is being a texan. texans love to show they're a texan with their cowboy hat and pins and i'll be wearing my boots the whole time. >> reporter: up to a thousand
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people will be there. for brian bow dean, getting a chance to witness the transfer of power, this is historic. >>. it's a sentiment shared by thousands of others who are traveling across country for the inauguration. including color guard. they'll be riding in the inaugural parade. >> it's very exciting to be part of history. we'll always be remembered there. >> reporter: this will be the group's second such honor in a decade. they also rode in president obama's first inaugural parade. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," a look at security around the capitol. i'm anne-marie green. this is the "cbs morning news."
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befi was active.gia, i was energetic. then the chronic, widespread pain drained my energy. my doctor said moving more helps ease fibromyalgia pain. he also prescribed lyrica. fibromyalgia is thought to be the result of overactive nerves. lyrica is believed to calm these nerves. for some, lyrica can significantly relieve fibromyalgia pain and improve function, so i feel better. lyrica may cause serious allergic reactions or suicidal thoughts or actions. tell your doctor right away if you have these, new or worsening depression, or unusual changes in mood or behavior. or swelling, trouble breathing, rash, hives, blisters, muscle pain with fever, tired feeling, or blurry vision. common side effects are dizziness, sleepiness, weight gain and swelling of hands, legs and feet. don't drink alcohol while taking lyrica. don't drive or use machinery until you know how lyrica affects you. those who have had a drug or alcohol problem
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may be more likely to misuse lyrica. with less pain, i can be more active. ask your doctor about lyrica.
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after 146 years the curtain is closing on the greatest show on irkt. mireya villarreal shows us why the ringling bros. circus is closing up for good. >> it was presented at new york's madison square garden. >> reporter: before tv was in color and before the internet and smartphone stole our attenti attention, performers with the ringling brothers barnum & bailey circuit jumped, flurks and bedazzled their way into fans' hearts f last week the first female ringmaster made
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her debut. but they say financially the show can't go on. >> it's been through every kind of economic cycle and it's been through a lot of change. it isn't relevant to people in the same way. >> reporter: last year the company decided to retire the elephant show and they saw dramatic drop. >> there used to be more animals. >> reporter: entertainment was plagued with years of protests from animal activists. ben williamson is the director of peta. >> do you think this will have an impact on other animal shows? >> i do. we've seen seaworld ban orca shows. >> feld entertainment said all the existing animals will go to suitable homes once they have their final curtain call.
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here's another look at this morning'sen to stories. the third wave of an ice storm covered the southern plainslet at least four deaths are blamed on the dangerous weather. travel is treacherous in oklahoma, kansas, and missouri. some 11,000 homes lost power in oklahoma. another 25,000 in texas. an ice storm warning remains in effect for nebraska and iowa this morning. and president-elect donald trump tells the washington post a replacement for almost complete. mr. brennan warned mr. trump to watch what he says about the intelligence community and mr. trump got into a war of words with juohn lewis who said trump would be an interference.
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jeff pegues will be on the national mall, plus demarco morgan will talk to a 4-year-old phenom who's red more than 1,000 books and actor tituss burgess from "unbreakable kimmy schmidt --" sorry. i got all tongue tied about it. that is the "morning news" for this monday. i'm anne-marie green. thanks for watching. have a great day. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com
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>> new this morning for the second time this month a jewish skong agree gaition in philadelphia is target of vandalism. >> and mob boss scarfo sdis behind bars. and a local reporter remembers i his impact on the mob. >> and a day off to remember dr. martin luther king jr. >> today is monday, january 1 16, good morning, jim donovan is off. let's check with katie and meisha. >> happy monday for you. >> happy mlk day indeed. it's going to be fairly slow. parents will take off

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