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captioning funded by cbs it's friday, january 20th, 2017. this is the "cbs morning news." hours from now donald trump will take the oath of office, becoming the 45th commander in chief. >> we're going to see something that is going to be so amazing. >> but before he even leaves blair house this morning, protesters are making their voices heard. meanwhile infamous drug kingpin guzman arrives in the united states after an extradition from mexico.
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good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. just before noon today, donald trump will be sworn in as this count country's 45th president. he's promised america unity and change and last night he refl t reflected on his campaign calling it a movement he's never seen before. kenneth craig on the transition of power. good morning. >> good morning, anne-marie. the president-elect will be waking up in washington on a day people thought they'd never saw coming but in just a few hours he'll take the oath of office. with his wife melania by his side he was at a black tie dinner in washington joking about rain in the forecast. >> if it really pours, it's oklahoma because people will realize it's my real hair and
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that's oklahoma. >> and predicting a second term. >> four years from now we're going to win because we did so well. >> earlier mr. trump joined thousand at the lincoln memorial where he previewed the theme of his inaugural address. >> he's aiming for a compact speech lasting less than 20 minutes. >> when they know what they're going to say, they don't need to dress it up? he'll deliver that address in a packed morning including a traditional church service and coffee with the obamas. while officials say there's no specific or credible threat against the convenient, 31,000 law enforcement officers along with 5,000 national guardsmen will be on the ground, in the air, and patrolling rivers.
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they're also gearing up for massive anti-trump demonstrations like this one held in d.c. tonight. >> they go through so many extraordinary measures to make sure they keep the lgbt community down. night to be here to fight. >> the president will take part in a shortened inall gral parade before attending balls in the evening. >> it's massive operation that takes about five hours, anne-marie. >> oh, i can only imagine. kenneth craig in washington. thank you so much, craig. well, protesters descend on the capitol in a matter of hours. black lives matter and lgbtq groups will enter. in new york city hundreds gagted outside of one of donald trump's buildings to dem zrat
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againsts he policies. actor robert de niro addressed the crowd and the mayors of new york and minneapolis attended. after eight years in the highest office president obama returns to private life today. it's part of a longstanding tradition that departing presidents leave a letter in the oval office for the next in line. it's a letter meant to share some final wisdom and advice, and in a letter to supporters the president wrote, when the a arc of progress seemgs slow, remember it's progress. we shall overcome. >> they literally move your stouft in one day. you're living there and then all of a sudden -- it's not all on the side lawn. they pack it up. >> after mr. trump becomes president trump, former
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president obama will speak and then depart. a quiet vacation in palm springs before returning to washington. they plan to live in d.c. until their youngest daughter sasha finishes high school. as is tradition, former presidents and their families will be in attendance as mr. trump is sworn in. that includes the clintons and george and laura bush. both george and barbara are in the hospital. he wrote a letter saying attending would put him six feet under. jeb bush updated his parents' progress. your prayers are working. thanks for your love and support for mother and dad. and the latest update from the 45th president's spokesman
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say both mr. and mrs. bush are on an upswing. they've bounced back and everything is looking up. tomorrow in washington hundreds of thousands of women's who oppose mr. trum's policies are expected to march. women who support the president-elect are also in the nation's capitol. >> reporter: teresa is just outside of detroit. she and pam williams are preparing for their trip to the nation's capital to attend the 58th inaugural >> how thrilled are you to attend the first inauguration.
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>> it's an exceptional opportunity to go and celebrate with all these people who have work so hard to get donald trump where he is to say yay we did it. >> we still have this divisiveness saying they're not going to recognize this ceremony. >> i hope they give him a chance. he's promised to be there for everyone not just those who voted for him. >> women who didn't vote for him, women who were shocked he turned a blue state red 30 miles south of detroit. they're preparing to attend the women's march on saturday. phoebe hopps is org nanizing it >> one woman organized 5,000 women to go. >> we saw a need for our voices to be heard in d.c. >> reporter: pamela wall signed
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up. >> why are you going to washington? >> because i have to. if not, i'm going crazy. >> reporter: they hope the rally sparks an outpouring of activism. >> when it comes to donald trump specifically, for those who support him and say give him a chance, what do you say? >> we are watching. what we're doing is actually going to help him learn what are the types of things that he can do to help us. >> reporter: jericka duncan, cbs news, detroit, michigan. around the country, hundreds of so-called sister marches will be held in solidarity of the watch in d.c. for many it's a chance to take a stance of human rights and social justice. ahead we'll have all day coverage of the inauguration beginning this morning. >> the infamous drug kingpin
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arrived in new york last night after being extradited at the request of the united states. he's expected to appear in court today. guzman faces trafficking and other charges. he escaped from mexican prisons twice. coming up on the "morning news" now, final presidential action. president obama makes history commuting hundreds of sentences and first dance trauma. mr. trump's use of a sinatra song elicits a response from sinat sinatra's daughter. this is the "cbs morning news." which helps you feel more energized ...all day long. i want what he has.
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♪ i did it my way even donald trump's song choice for the first dance for the presidency is tinched with controversy. frank sinatra's song "my way" will be played. nancy tweeted just remember the
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first line. remember the end is near. a ceo is helped protestering wanting to protest in washington. "the new york times" reports that investigators are studying intercepted messages between russian officials and associates of president-elect trump. sources say it includes paul manafort and two campaign officials who have done business in russia. it's not known if the communications had any connection to trump campaign or russian efforts to disrupt the election. the "washington post" reports president obama commuted the sentences of 330 federal prisons on his last full day in office. most of the inmates were convicted of nonviolent drug offenses. mr. obama reduced 715 sentences
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during his tenure, more than any other president. "the indianapolis star" reports that mike pence will place his hand on ronald reagans bible today when he's sworn in as president. he chose justice clarence thomas to administer the rocket. he said reagan inspired him as a youth to leave the democratic party. cosmopolitan says a co-owner is helping to finance workers who want to go to the women's march. she said she would pay for two night's hotel stays and kick in $200 for airfare. at least two dozen accepted her offer. the big apple's competing tab employeds have the big day. "don of a new day" is the flash
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♪ i give you power over me ♪ ♪ i give you power civil rights activist mabel staples teams up with a band. they tweeted last night, it's never been more important that we stick toke and take care of each other. the song is streaming on title and proceeds will go to the american civil liberties union. on "cbs moneywatch" wall street watches. jill wagner is at new york stock exchange with that and more. >> good morning. stocks finished lower. the losses were pretty widespread. three stocks fell for every one that rose. the dow fell for the fifth day in a row. the s&p lost eight points. the nasdaq finished 15 points
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lower. the u.s. markets are a little lower expecting that president-elect trump will lower taxes and ease regulation but they're waiting to hear which economic policies he'll attack first. he's working with republican congress which has made repealing obamacare a top priority. steven mnuchin got grilled by democrats over his failure to disclose over $100 mill in assets. he called it an oversight. they're in a cayman islands corporation. he said he never used them to pay taxes. orrin hatch says he expects it to be confirmed but some democrats will vote against him. website trivago says the price for a hotel is 927% higher
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than usual with an average cost of more than $2,000 per night. anne-marie. >> oh, boy, jill wagner at the new york stock exchange. thank you so much, jill. still ahead, remembers the obama presidency. >> i birminghcbs correspondent schieffer remembshares his recollections of the outgoing president. that can help make more tomorrows possible. tomorrow, i want to see teddy bait his first hook. in the largest heart failure study ever, entresto was proven to help more people stay alive and out of the hospital than a leading heart failure medicine. women who are pregnant must not take entresto. it can cause harm or death to an unborn baby. don't take entresto with an ace inhibitor or aliskiren.
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here's look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. on this inauguration day a page is turned on a historic chapter in american history. some personal reflecks now on
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barack obama's presidency from c cbs contributor bob schieffer. >> for me the enduring images of barack obama came in the first minutes he was president when millions of people, probably the largest group ever to deskrepd on washington saw america's first black president sworn into the united states. whether you were democrat or republican, weather you voted for him or not, when you saw the joe in those faces, it was hard not to feel the country had done a good thing. as modern presidents do, he went on to share our best of times, victories small and large. >> the united states has conducted an operation that killed osama bin laden. >> and he was there to share our worst days, pictures forever etched in our hearts and minds. >> every time i think about those kids -- >> he had accomplishments to be proud of, getting people back to work for one thing. but many times, few things went
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his way. >> some real collaboration. >> he showed so little zest for the give and take in deal making that legislating requires i once asked him if he even liked his job. he was ready for the question. >> let me tell you, bochblt i love this job. >> saddled with an oversized unrealistic list of expectations and promises, he was assigned superhero status before even setting in. he won the nobel peace prize before actually doing anything of note, maybe not surprising since he was the one who said, yes, we can. >> beyond what he did or didn't do, i keep thinking back to those first minutes of his presidency. maybe that's when we saw his real legacy. after that, african-american grandmothers could finally say to their grandsons and granddaughters what my granny said to me. see, one day you can be president too.
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learn more about our treatment options at appointments available now. donald trump will be sworn in as the 45th president of the united states just before noon today. yesterday he told thousands of people at a pre-inauguration concert that he would make america great for all people. and at a black tie dinner last night he talked about winning a second term. mr. trump suspect the night at the blair house across from the white house. this morning he'll attend a church service and travel with the president to the capitol to be sworn in and deliver the national address. and a massive security effort is under way to protect the nearly 100 million people expected at the capitol today. jeff pegues has more on that. >> the secret service has gamed
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out scenarios for protecting the president from an active shooter to an assassin used a weapon onnized drone. joseph clancey. >> there's such a concern about an attack, are you concerned? >> we plan for every possible threat that's out there. >> reporter: the coast guard is patrolling the potomac river while customs helicopters buzz the skyline. we flew with pilots. what is your primary responsibility going to be on inauguration day? >> we're the eyes on the sky. >> reporter: 31,000 federal and local law enforcement officers and 5,000 members of the national guard will blanket the city. >> think about it from mass panic. >> reporter: but secret service agent doug barnett is also on
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the lookout for cyber attacks. he and others track malicious codes which could affect power companies and seasons. >> a biohazard or key agent. >> reporter: the lead agent says after studying hacks her teams made sure buildings and companies were taking basic precautions. >> you become as knowledgeable as much as you can and then you get creative and through think how could somebody harm us. >> it's tock be a little paranoid in your job. >> that's right. it keeps you focused. >> reporter: officials say there's no specific or credible threat but they're concerned about big trucks. that's why the security perimeter has been reinforced with barricades. jeff pe garksz cbs news, washington. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," the
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beginning of complete all-day coverage of the inauguration of donald trump as the 45th president of the united states. that's the "cbs morning news" for this friday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. -- captions by vitac --
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this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news" this morning. >> well the transition of power is just a few hours away as donald trump becomes president anbar ac obama becomes a private citizen. we're in washington to find out who the local residents are going to the inauguration. >> and overnight, "eyewitness news" was there, as busloads of demonstrators left philadelphia for washington dc to protest the trump inauguration, but you don't have to go to the nation's capitol to find people taking to the street. >> fire destroys in juniata park. >> good morning, i'm jim donovan. >> i'm january car bay o we're getting your day started on the right foot with a


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