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president obama's health care plan in danger. the other major policy changes that could be coming. >> announcer: nbc10 news starts now. a nation divided. on the left, protests in philly and in cities across america. anger and fear over a donald trump presidency. on the right, jubilation. a celebration of an historic upset. a rejection of the status quo. tonight, president-elect trump is trying to bridge the great divide. >> i say it is time for us to come together as one united people. >> good evening. i'm jacqueline london. >> and i'm jim rosenfield. we've gathered new details about president-elect trump's transition tonight, and we have a team of reporters covering multiple angles of this story from the plans for his white house to the calls for healing. >> but we begin with the protests that are sweeping the
nation tonight. 1,000 people in philly alone. similar scenes in new york, chicago, and nashville. nbc10's brandon hudson is live in north philadelphia. brandon. >> reporter: jacqueline and jim, we followed this group of protesters from center city right up north broad street, here through temple's campus. skyforce10 will give you a live look of where they are now. i'm told they just dispersed through city hall, right by 15th and market street. it's been a long day for police and protesters. i can also tell you that this is more than one way that they are dealing with a donald trump presidency. >> we feel like a second class citizen in this country. >> reporter: the rain couldn't silence the voices of protesters at thomas paine plaza in center city. several hundred people angry over the reality of a donald trump presidency. for temple student phillip gregory, the next few days are concerning. >> i'm really concerned for physical violence from either
side because you have very upset people. >> reporter: after gathering across from city hall, the group marched on north brought street to temple's campus. while we saw support for democrat hillary clinton, an organizer told us she wasn't the answer either. >> this to me is no different than the anti-war protests and the civil rights movements of the late '60s, early '70s. the only thing different is what bernie did, he created something so potent, imagine where we're going to be in four or five years. >> reporter: not far away in rittenhouse square -- >> this church stands up for the dignity of every human being. >> reporter: holy trinity episcopal church held its weekly san fernando. tonight's topic was unity. reverend john gardner told me his congregation members want their opinions to be respected. >> we want to hear what people have to say. people want to feel understood. >> reporter: gardner said tonight's laud yens was three times larger than it usually is. a parishioner told us this service was much needed. >> we prayed for one another,
for philadelphians. we prayed for president-elect donald trump. >> reporter: when it comes to the group of protesters we followed, we did not hear of any arrests. however, i am told by our news desk there was a group over in university city that was unrelated where one person was put in handcuffs, and i'm told that person who was put in handcuff was a donald trump supporter. reporting live here in north philly, i'm brandon hudson, nbc10 news. despite the protests, the presidential transition is under way. the trump administration is preparing to take over the white house. >> the work is happening in washington and new york. nbc10's keith jones live in our breaking news center with an update. >> reporter: president-elect donald trump will visit the white house tomorrow to talk with president obama about the transition of power between the two administrations. tonight, top trump advisor, senator jeff sessions, said that trump's team has reached the end of the beginning on his transition plan. they spent the day in meetings plotting the course. campaign sources tell nbc news
trump was too superstitious to talk about transition plans before he won. but now team trump is mulling over potential cabinet members. according to nbc news, mr. trump is considering former new york mayor rudy giuliani for attorney general, former house speaker newt gingrich as a candidate for secretary of state, and rnc chairman reince priebus is under consideration for chief of staff. in his victory speech early this morning, president-elect trump pledged to bind the country's wounds of division. he said he wants the government to serve all americans. >> every single american will have the opportunity to realize his or her fullest potential. the forgotten men and women of our country will be forgotten no longer. >> reporter: president-elect trump will meet with president obama at the white house at 11:00 a.m. tomorrow. today the president pledged a smooth transition of power. >> the peaceful transition of
power is one of the hallmarks of our democracy. and over the next few months, we are going to show that to the world. >> reporter: president obama said we're all now rooting for mr. trump's success. president obama also said he couldn't be happier, couldn't be prouder of hillary clinton. live in the breaking news center, keith jones, nbc10 news. >> keith, i'll be in washington for president obama's meeting with president-elect trump. you can look for my live report starting tomorrow on nbc10 news at 4:00. for hillary clinton, the outcome of this election, so shocking she waited until late this morning to give her concession speech. >> clinton said the loss will be painful for a long time. hillary clinton is actually winning the popular vote with 99% of the voting results in tonight. clinton has about 200,000 more votes than donald trump. but it's the electoral college that matters. the map here shows donald trump already has the 270 votes he needs. today clinton vowed to keep her
emotions in check as she conceded to trump. she told her supporters to stand strong together but to accept the election result. >> we have seen that our nation is more deeply divided than we thought. but i still believe in america, and i always will. and if you do, then we must accept this result and then look to the future. >> clinton said she offered to work with mr. trump on behalf of her country. >> as expected, the path to the white house came right through pennsylvania. it's a state that has voted democratic but turned red yesterday for the first time since 1988. >>. nbc10's aundrea cline-thomas tells us how donald trump resonated deeply with voters. she's live in may fair. >> reporter: donald trump did not have the number of offices, surrogates, or volunteers when it compared to hillary clinton, but he did have a message that resonated very deeply with voters. in the end, that was all he
needed. >> just woke up fresh in the morning. it was so exciting. >> reporter: looking at his home, you wouldn't know this is his first for ray into politics. donald trump's take on the second amendment and health care specifically resonated with him in a way no other candidate has. >> a guy that left his lifestyle to be ridiculed and mocked every day, that's my guy. >> reporter: that's why he took his family to rallies, phone banked, and used his work truck as a campaign billboard. >> i think it's come down to people feeling like they have not been hurt. >> reporter: nbc exit polls show trump capitalized on voters' dissatisfaction with the government. trump's win came at the hands of white voters, those without college degrees supporting him nearly two to one. and the promise to bring back jobs, especially resonated in rural counties in pennsylvania that flipped the state from blue to red. >> the emotional attachment and
your connection with the candidate is the one that sort of put you over the top. >> reporter: dit's why obama supporters didn't instinctively gravitate to hillary clinton. why it came as a shock to so many, he believed that trump would win all along. >> i've never, ever, ever felt like we were going to lose this thing. >> reporter: now, dr. lim says the way that trump resonated emotionally with voters is similar to what we saw to a seemingly unlikely candidate in barack obama. reporting live in mayfair, aundrea cline-thomas, nbc10 news. a vandal spray painted the trump name in graffiti on homes and cars in one south philadelphia neighborhood. could be either for or against president-elect trump. police are looking for the suspect who was spotted on surveillance cameras in queen village around 5:20 this morning. he sprayed the name trump and
trump rules on buildings and cars. neighbors were working to clean it up today. but the victims are left really frustrated. >> what did they destroy my property for? now i have to get that painted. that's terrible. >> so far, philly police don't know who the suspect is. wall street welcomed donald trump with a bang today after market futures plunged last night on word of mr. trump's upset victory. stocks quickly recovered. the dow finished up 256 points. the nasdaq jumped 57 points. the s&p 500 was up 23. atlantic city is now officially in the hands of new jersey governor chris christie's administration. the state local finance board voted today to immediately take over the city's main governmental functions. this comes after the state rejected the city's proposed five-year financial turnaround plan. the takeover allows the state to sell the city's assets and file
for bankruptcy. the city is $500 million in debt. leaving his legacy behind. when president obama exits in january, what happens to his signature achievements? the major policy changes that could be in the works. changes coming to the way you dial in philadelphia. the difference you'll notice with your phone calls. and we're about to introduce you to a woman who turned 108 today. why you probably shouldn't ask her secret to a long life. sheena? and the rain is clearing, but now the cold air is moving in. coming up, i'll show you how cold it will get for your thursday morning and your weekend forecast. that's next. he gets a lot of compliments.
with his army shirt looking all nice. and then people just say, "thank you for serving our country" and i'm like, that's my dad. male vo: no one deserves a warmer welcome home. that's why we're hiring 10,000 members of the military community. i'm very proud of him. male vo: welcome to new beginnings. comcast. back to our coverage of the historic election. while campaigning for hillary clinton, president obama said that his legacy was at stake. >> now president-elect trump has vowed to end some of the
president's signature initiatives. nbc's keith jones is here with a closer look. >> under a trump presidency and with a gop controlled congress, we could see major obama initiatives rolled back, repealed, or ended. for president obama, pillars so far have been health care reform. also the nuclear peace agreement brokered with iran. and his attempts at immigration reform. on the other side with president-elect donald trump, we've learned a lot about that mexican-funded border wall. not only that, his proposed ban on muslims and also his vow to get rid of obamacare. so what is possible? we just talked about immigration reform. that will hinge on the confirmation of president obama's nominee for supreme court, merrick garland. president-elect trump's victory all about assures a more conservative supreme court nominee. so, yes, this is also at risk. next, the affordable care act. trump has vowed to repeal or replace it.
so, yes, that too is at risk. will donald trump build a wall? nbc news reports that is unrealistic. so no. will he ban muslims? nbc news reports this too is unpopular. lastly, let's go back to the iran nuclear deal. president trump has vowed to dismantle it. so, yes, that is at risk. finally, mr. trump has already promised to roll back president obama's executive actions on immigration. also on climate change. no need for congressional approval there. we've heard president obama's calls to close the u.s. military prison at guantanamo bay, but mr. trump has vowed to load up gitmo with, quote, bad dudes. keith jones, nbc10 news. >> president-elect trump's white house victory also means new jersey governor chris christie could be following him to d.c. governor christie was on stage during the president-elect's
victory speech early this morning. there he is on the right of your screen. christie has been heading up mr. trump's transition team. we know that. experts we spoke to say christie is poised to take on a bigger role. by the way, the governor is scheduled to be on the "today" show tomorrow morning. new at 11:00, another area code is coming to a town near you. today the pennsylvania public utilities commission announced plans to add an additional area code by the spring of 2019. it will service philadelphia and the surrounding counties. the new number has yet to be chosen, though. well, you're only as old as you feel. >> that's right. today one woman in chester is celebrating her 108th birthday. she showed us she still has a lot of spunk. >> but does she have the secret to longevity? >> everybody says, what's your secret? i don't have a secret. >> there you glow. but marion roth does say never drinking or smoking has helped
her live eight years past the century mark. today she celebrated her birthday in chester. she's lost some of her vision due to mac lar degeneration, but the center says she is still independent. she said she never thought she would live so long. happy birthday. >> i didn't try to do this. i mean it just happened. i never tried. to be 100. now i have to try real hard to be alive for the next year. >> we bet she's going to do it right there. look at that, blowing out the candles. go, marion. she says her favorite activity these days is painting with acrylics. so she's kind of crafty too, i guess. >> she is. and that smile. >> it's awesome. she's going to be smiling about the weather tomorrow. that's what we want to find out. >> not so much the morning temperatures because they're going to be in the 30s. a lot of you will have to bundle up in the morning. right now we're watching the rain finally moving away.
it's been a pretty long rainy day today. the rain is finally getting out of here. that slow-moving weather system finally heading out to sea, which is also a cold front. so now we have the cold air moving in. we're pretty much clearing up, though, unless you're in parts of cape may and sussex county. the rest of the rain moving offshore down to our south. but we will get that north and northwest wind in the area tomorrow, so your morning temperatures will be a lot colder than they're at right now. 48 degrees mount holly. philadelphia, wilmington, 45 degrees right now in allentown. 48 degrees in vineland. mount poconpocono, 36 degrees. your neighborhood highs tomorrow afternoon, 60 degrees for fairmount. if you're in reading, 58 degrees. you may need the jacket even through the afternoon hours. buena coming in 57 degrees. 58, long port. we're going to stay cool for the rest of the week, but then look at saturday. we drop down to 51 degrees. that's going to be a cold day. it's going to be windy too, so
you're definitely going to feel that change even though tomorrow is going to be cool and so is friday. you're going to feel that change going into saturday to start your weekend with another round of morning temperatures in the 30s. so here's future weather. clouds are going to be clearing overnight to tomorrow afternoon. you'll see the sunshine. we'll be dry but chilly. then we go into friday. another dry day and really we're going to stay dry through the entire weekend. so your weekend forecast, not looking too bad. friday around 60 degrees, philadelphia. 61 at the shore. for saturday, we're going to be more around 50 degrees. i think some neighborhoods will be in the mid-to-upper 40s like the pennsylvania neighborhoods and also the lehigh valley. sunday we'll be back around 60 degrees for most of the area. through the weekend, next week we do start in the 60s. the rain chance returns as we go into wednesday. some showers moving in, but temperatures not really warming up too much. still around 60 degrees by the middle of next week, and we're going to be cool again to end next week. no big warm-up, no big drop
coming in the next ten days. nbc10 news today starts at 4:30 a.m. >> a look at the stories they're working on. >> jim and jacqueline, we're a couple months into the school year, and parents, if you knew that your kids could eat a little bit healthier, would you pay a little bit more for their school lufrmgs? >> it's an interesting story. one local district is doing it and they think it could be a model around the region and the country. so we'll let you decide. also we'll have weather and traffic. >> it all starts tomorrow morning at 4:30 a.m. on nbc10 news today. coming up tonight, tom brady. is tom brady really on the trump train? what the patriots qb has to stay about the president-elect.
tom brady. he found himself in the middle of the political conversation today. >> earlier in the week, president-elect trump told a new hampshire crowd that the patriots quarterback supported his candidacy. here's brady's reaction today. >> you did support trump, correct? i just want to make sure of that. >> yeah, um. i talked to my wife. she said i can't talk about politics anymore. so i think that's a good decision made for our family. >> brady wasn't the only member of the patriots linked to mr. trump. coach bill belichick was asked about a letter he wrote to the president-elect before the election. only problem, belichick wasn't interested in talking politics today. >> coach, were you happy that trump read the letter? your team has always been good at keeping outside distractions on the outside -- >> seattle. >> did you find it --
>> seattle. >> did you find it -- >> seattle. >> did any of your players talk to you about this? >> seattle. >> any concerns about any locker room rancor as a result of this? >> he's like how about seattle? patriots play the seattle seahawks sunday night right here on nbc10. they didn't want to talk about that at all, and they probably want to move past deflategate too. >> seattle. seattle. still to come, it's an almost but not quite for the eagles. hear from carson wentz on what he's learned from all those teams' close calls. plus the sixers down to the wire again complimented of one of the best games of saric's career. we're show you another win that slipped away in the guts of the game next. ♪
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x1 from xfinity will change the way you experience tv. hey, i'm danny pommells from csn. how about some hoops. sixers begin a home and home against the paszers tonight in indianapolis. joel embiid was getting rest. nice passing here from gerald henderson. late fourth, dario saric opened for three. sixers up eight. later down one, henderson with a big three of his own. catch and shoot. 109-107, sixers with six seconds left. but pacers' paul george, cooler than a polar bear's toenails. easy, breezy. sixers with 3.8 seconds. okafor with a chance. nothing doing. we go to o.t. more george. 28 points in all puts the pacers up six. sixers can't catch up. they fall to 0-7.
122-115. >> you feel like it's a game that we could have won. we give indiana credit, but we leave indiana feeling that, you know, we made a step forward. we were a heck of a lot better tonight than we were against utah. we look forward to seeing them, you know, on friday. gridiron. the eagles went back to work today. they host the falcons sunday. bennie logan should be back. brent celek expected to play despite missing practice today. allen barbre's hamstring may keep him out again this week. the eagles have lost four of their last five, but those losses, a total of 19 points. keeping it close isn't good enough for wentz. >> we all around here kind of sick to our stomach where we're at right now with just all these close games, you know. talked about it after the game with you guys. it's frustrating to not finish. it's kind of one of those things
where we're tired of learning some of these things. we got to execute. we got to do the job and actually show that we have learned from them. >> there will be a contingent rooting on the local kid. matt ryan, the exton native leads the league in passing and passing touchdowns. sunday gets to face his hometown team. >> i think this is the fourth time that i've played up there, so it's not as crazy as the first time. you know, we'll be ready to go. it will be nice to have some family and friends up there. once we start playing, it's like any other week. you know, you just get into it and try and play your best. eagles, falcons sunday at lincoln financial field. that's sports. i'm danny pommells. we'll be right back.
rainy and chilly is always worse than just chilly alone. >> it is because it goes right to your bones, i feel like. but, yes, it is damp. it's cold outside right now. it's windy. tomorrow afternoon, it's going to be dry, but the morning hours will be in the 30s. 60 by the afternoon. even friday windy. look at saturday. a high of 51. many neighborhoods will only make it into the 40s. >> that's really cold. i'm jacqueline london. >> i'm jim rosenfield. thanks for joining us tonight. have a great night. we'll see you tomorrow. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- eddie redmayne -- lily collins -- musical guest,