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plus donald trump's first face to face ever with president obama. good evening, i'm jacqueline london. we have jim rosen field also. >> reporter: we want to begin with breaking news back in phil and we want to go up to sky force 10 because for the second night in a row, protesters are out in the streets of philly, protesting the election outcome. mitch blacher is in sky force 10 for us. >> reporter: we're looking down, right down jfk, this is where this protest is going, this march at this point is a dense march. it is curb to curb. the organizers say they include women of color and they are marching in protest of the election of donald trump to the
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presidency. this march appears to be going all the way down to 30th street station, down jfk. but philadelphia police department is closing the streets as they pass each block. at this point, this march again started at the municipal services building. we have been hear for about 20 or so minutes before this started that they were about to take to the streets, it started as a vigil, it involved speakers and now has involved a full march. we'll keep an eye on it from sky force 10. >> reporter: back here in washington, as for the meeting today at the white house, donald trump saying his top three priorities are jobs, immigration and health care, he met with president obama in the oval office. after the meeting, the two said they an excellent conversation. the transition to trump started
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today at the white house. president-elect met with president obama for the first time. >> mr. president, it was a great honor being with you and i look forward to being with you many, many more times. >> reporter: the meeting was supposed to last 10 or 15 minutes but went 90. >> explain some of the difficulties, some of the high flying assets some of the really great things that have been achieved. >> i want to emphasize to you, mr. president-elect that we now are going to want to do everything we can to help you succeed, because if you succeed, then the country succeeds. >> reporter: from there the president-elect continued his tour of the white house. he then met with paul ryan. >> we had a detailed meeting,
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we're going to lower taxes as you know fix health care and make it more affordable. and we're going to -- >> and then mr. trump met with senate majority leader mitch mcconnell, a critical meeting to determine how they will work together to move the president's agenda forward. a totaling of three meetings of three men who all spoke out against the president-elect at some point during the campaign. >> reporter: mitch mcconnell said that the meeting was first class and that the two are excited to get started on the work ahead of them. the donald trump transition team will move its offices from new york to washington later this month. but there is office space already allotted and of that transition work has already started. the transition team also has launched a new website and a twitter account as well on greatagain.gov, you can read up
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on the president-elect's policies and his buy up. first lady michelle obama also met today with melania trump at the white house privately. but in the past hour, the official white house photographer released a picture of the two of them meeting this morning. white house press secretary said the two mothers had tea, they took a tour of the white house property and they spoke raiabou raising children in the white house. because the president-elect and first lady will raise baron donald trump in the white house. this will be the first male raise here since john f. kennedy jr. let's take a look at the numbers today. today the dow closed at a new record, a record high finishing 218 points, the dow gained nearly 500 points in the past two days since mr. trump won the election. as for the u.s. senate race in
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pennsylvania that was so close and so closely watched, senator pat toomey was re-elected to a second term. he says he plans to meet with president-elect donald trump. he says he hopes to have a good working relationship. >> there will be times when i will disagree with donald trump as i have in recent months. and when i disagree, i will say so. i will not be a rubber stamp for anyone. >> reporter: now you may recall that senator toomey didn't let us know whether he would in fact vote for trump until election day after he cast his ballot, that was shortly before the polls closed and most voters had all right made their decision. pat toomey defeated katie mcginty. vermont senator bernie sanders weighed in today on
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donald trump winning the white house. he says it was, quote, an embarrassment that millions of white working class voters backed donald trump. sand evers says he's only willi to work with donald trump if he's serious about improving the lives of young working families. young people who aren't even old enough to vote are dealing with the outcome of this election. we visited constitution high school where students had been paying close attention to this race. kids were telling us they felt anxious, depressed, even confused after this election. >> this is going to change everything for immigration, he just hates us so much, the way he talks about and calls
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mexicans names, it's horrible. >> teachers are letting students talk out their feelings and provide a safe place for them to express themselves and also respect the feelings of others. new at 6:00, a philadelphia tech company is actually offering employees a chance to relocate to candidate since donald trump won this election. web link ceo says 10% of his stave have actually made inquiries to do just that. ceo says his workers are diverse and president-elect donald trump he says has insulted them. that's it for now, live from washington, d.c. i'll be coming up again in about 15 minutes to tell you about what happened today in delaware after the election. it's a tradition where they bury the hatchet. jacqueline back to you in philadelphia. now to turmoil inside a bucks county high school.
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pro donald trump messages an messages of hate including swastikas littered a bathroom inside council rock north. randy joins us live from that high school in new town. >> reporter: and that student tells me she walked into the bathroom this morning and found the threatening messages. it was a combination of praise for donald trump along with swastikas, as well as threatening messages to both gay and minority students. students at council rock north furious and afraid after finding threatening graffiti, a senior found the scribbled hate on the poster bathroom. >> on the hoster it said i hart trump and then there were like two or three swastikas drawn and then it said the f-word and then gays. so homophobic stuff right there.
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>> reporter: the school says a latino student found a note in her backpack warning her to go back to mexico. >> it doesn't really matter which side of the political spectrum you are on, or what candidate you supported, it's just not right at all. >> reporter: the school says the culprits are likely a small number of the student body. parents worry this is all the writing on the wall that trump's campaign rhetoric is trickling down. >> political discourse in this country has trickled down. >> now students are rallying around their gay and minority friends. >> i just think that it's something that do need to address so that it doesn't happen again. >> and in the past hour, students here from the gay-straight alliance told me they will be holding meetings tonight to discuss this issue. meantime the school district says all tustudents are accepte
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here and that behavior will not be tolerated. the new jersey man accused of setting off bombs in jersey and new york faced terrorism charges in court today. ahmad khan rahimi's lawyer said he faces severe surgeries. rahimi is accused of detonating a pipe bomb minutes before a marine corps charity race. police say he also planted two pressure cooker bombs in new york city. one went off and injured dozens of people. rahimi acknowledged the charges against him. a woman faces trafficking charges for allegedly recruiting a teenaged girl into prostitution. cants is accused of soliciting clients on the internet so the two could make money. there was a home invasion
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this morning in an off campus apartment. two people wearing masks used the backdoor and broke into the home just a few blocks from campus. they took cell phones and they took a backpack. a birthday bash. today rutgers camden celebrated the school's 15th anniversary. here's a live look right now outside at cam to mark the milestone records. they're shooting off fire works and at the main campus. next at 6:00, burying the hatchet, a first state tradition as both sides put the election behind them. and one of the best quarterback duo receivers in football. so how long is the warmer weather going to last and is it going to be cold for the weekend.
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i'm breaking down the weather in your neighborhood. >> and we will continue to keep an eye on a large protest outside city hall, the group is against president-elect donald trump. stay with us.
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back live in our nation's capital. in delaware, it's a tradition that dates back decades. burying the hatchet. tim furlong reports from sussex county. >> and this is going to be fun. >> reporter: it's post election knowledge partisan patriotism at its finest. >> let bygones be bygones. >> it's a tradition you'll only find in sussex county. the streets are shut down, foot trucks come out. there's a big parade and all the state's political candidates, winners and losers, they ride in the parade together. >> two days after the election, you're going to be sitting in a horse drawn carriage with your
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opponent and their family. >> reporter: the tradition began in the 1800s, two days after the election, candidates would gather here at the courthouse and listen to the winners names announced. they have always done that town crier thing. at some point they added this hatchet to the mix. they bury a hatchet in a box and it officially ends the election season in delaware. >> it's a whole season of burying the hatchet and looking forward. we're not republicans, independents and democrats, we're americans. >> reporter: if only everyone can get down to southern delaware to get a little bit of what's in the water here. >> president obama said it well, the elect is over. now we have to govern. that's really what it's all about.
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>> the question is can others do the same across this nation after the bitter election. jacqueline, back to you. now to this, there's and an anti donald trump protest happening near the municipal services building. >> reporter: you can see that crowd, a large crowd, this might be bigger than what we saw last night, marching down broad street at this point. this is a group called women in formation, they are a group of women of color and sexual assault survivors, according to their literature and website. they started with a vigil outside the municipal services
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building, lighting candles, having speeches and rallies all up and down broad street. we'll keep an eye on it. last night when we saw protesters out, they were dealing with some wet weather, not the case tonight. >> it was pouring rain this time yesterday in parts of the area, quite a change in 24 hours, we have dried out, there's a live picture in i-95 in south philly. the traffic is not that bad, and part of the reason is that the weather is good. the temperatures have started to drop in parts of the area, parts of the south jersey already down into the 40s, and that includes upper township, ocean city at 49 degrees, egg harbour township at 44. but we had a lot of sunshine
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today, we got a lot of sunshine friday, saturday and sunday, the coldest day is going to be saturday. there is a chance of a nor'easter developing on tuesday bringing some rain to a good part of the area as you'll see in the 10-day. nothing more than some high thin clouds around here. we have got a lot of dry air over a couple of thousand miles between here and denver. and so it's going to stay dry for a while. the temperatures not really dropping as much as they were last night. so by 10:00, mostly in the 40s, atlantic city in the 50s. in fact tomorrow morning, nowhere near the 30s that we saw this morning. so it's not going to start off cold tomorrow, it's going to warm up quickly by 1:00, 60 degrees, other places way up in the 50s. watch what happens here between 1:00 and 5:00.
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the temperature drops 10 degrees in philadelphia. 12 degrees in allentown as a cold front comes through, so be prepared for that, if you're going to be out after 5:00 tomorrow, it's going to start getting chilly. because the wind is going to be picking up as well, it will be kind of gusty later on in the afternoon. but the wind will die down by the time the eagles are playing, we have got some great weather that's going to be coming in and there may be a little bit of sun glare. the temperatures saturday chilly, sunday is a good bit warmer, lehigh valley goes from 48 to 58 degrees, and the lehigh valley will be seeing sunshine over the weekend, but there's a chance this storm comes up the coast as we head into tuesday. >> i'm danny pommells, the eagles get set for the birds of different feather. we got the answer next.
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>> danny pommells with you once again for a second straight day, danny logan practiced with the team. the offense looking to take advantage of a falcons defense. the biggest challenge this weekend is for the defense. >> reporter: the eagles are happy to be back home at the link. they haven't given up more than tens points in each of the three
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wins. the falcons offense is 6 and 3, the highest scoring team averaging 6 points a game. matt ryan is having an mvp type season. how do you slow down the defense. >> they run the ball very well, their stats aren't great running the ball. but they're still significant. and that's our challenge. this week it's not about stopping the run, it's not just about stopping one receiver. >> nobody's really stopped him all year. the biggest thing is to just try to limit the big plays he has on a game. >> we have those challenges ahead of him. we have risen up to them. so excited to see the way we're going to play, obviously we're back in the link. >> reporter: this is not your
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normal dome team, the falcons are 2-1 at home, but 4 and 1 on the road. across the delaware river, sixers have practiced, they're the special guests, probably the shortest guy on the court. hall of famer, sticking out like a sore thumb. allen iverson stopping by the practice arena in camden. >> i just want the fans here to be patient with those guys. we got the talent. it's here, as they get older and more experienced. you know what i mean? it will work itself out. >> that's sports, i'm danny pommells from csn, we'll be right back. i'm afraid you're suffering from fobo. fobo? fobo. fobo...
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an emergency on the water as an suv plunges into a pongd with a woman and two dogs inside. what happened and what it took for firefighters to say the day. watch out for the wind
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tomorrow, then colder saturday, beautiful on sunday. >> thanks for watching. i'm jacqueline london, i'll see you back here at 11:00 tonight. tonight, face to face inside the oval office. obama and trump, bitter political foes, meet for the first time. the president who accused trump of being unfit to serve and trump, who accused obama of being an illegitimate president. what they said behind closed doors as anti-trump protests erupt around the country. also, where hillary clinton was spotted today smiling after that devastating defeat. plus, "nbc nightly news" exclusive, we have the names of the people president-elect trump wants to have access to america's top secrets. some surprises and some controversial. officers ambushed while responding to an emergency. a gunman opens fire. and the app trap. just in time for the holiday shopping rush, crooks and thieves are infiltrating the

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