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. protesters are out protesters voice their opposition to president-elect. >> and donald trump meets with president obama as he begins to line up perspective cabinet members. mr. president, it was a great hundr great honor being with you. >> leonard cohen, singer, songwriter and poet has died. on and how our nation is honoring our brave men and women on this veterans day. early "today" starts right now.
good friday morning. >> we made to the end of the week. >> and what a week it was. for the second might in a row, spontaneous protests erupted as frustrated voters marched in the streets. they appeared in baltimore, philadelphia, san francisco, oakland and more. and as protesters demonstrated their frustrations with the presidential election, touchdown returned to his old self taking to twitter to blast them and the media posting just had a very open and successful presidential election. now professional protesters incited by the media are protesting. very unfair. it should be noted that trump himself called for a march on washington the night of the 2012 presidential election. >> prior to taking a jab at those protesters, trump had a much more conciliatory tone celebrating his meeting with president obama and his wife he's sit down with the first lady. trump's one-on-one meeting with the president the first time the two met face-to-face was just one of a series of hallmark
events for the republican who made his way to washington for the first time since becoming the country's president-elect. notably bucking protocol to getting fresh access. the trump camp rye fused to allow journalists to travel with him for his historic first meeting. hallie jackson has more on the trip. >> reporter: donald trump at the white house today trying to rebuild the bridges he burned on his way this. >> obama is an incompetent. the most ignorant president in our history. he has been a disaster. >> reporter: today a different tone. this scene in the oval office, unimaginable to those who never thought president-elect trump had a chance, including president obama. >> i continue to believe mr. trump will not be president. >> reporter: that was just the beginning of the president's fight against candidate trump, a bitter battle that began years ago with trump's birther crusade
against obama. in sounds like the meeting might have been at least a little less awkward than some might have expected. >> reporter: trump joined by wife melania who toured the east wing with the first lady and by jared kushner, his son-in-law and adviser walking the south lawn with president obama's chief of staff, the president-elect planning to seek its predecessor's advice, president obama sharing it. but trump couldn't resist talking with reporters at his second stop on capitol hill. trump walking the halls of congress with senate majority leader mitch mcconnell and getting a look at where he'll be sworn in from house speaker paul ryan, their relationship strained when ryan initially refused to endorse trump. the two now prioritizing tax reform and health care,
proposals to unite the party. >> if they have an interest in talking to me, i'll be glad to do it. if hillary had won bust, i'd be talking to hillary. >> and others like cakasich willing to work with trump, but elizabeth warren vowing to fight every stech of the way. >> we have to be ready to mobilize on specific issues when the time comes. we won't fight every issue every minute of every day. we'll be smart, we'll be organized, we'll use our time and our talents in a strategic and careful way. but we are going to fight back. we are not turning this country over to what donald trump has sold. we are just not. >> as about for hillary clinton, it appears she's traded the campaign trail for a different type of trail. this image shared by self described heartbroken mother who came across the former
presidential candidate while hiking. songwriter, poet and author leonard cohen was died. he was among the most influential musicians of the past five decades. his career often compared to bob dylan and paul simon. ♪ hallelujah >> cohen's most famous song hallelujah has been covered hundreds of times since he released it back in 1984 and then also in the recent shrek movie. he will also be remembered for songs like bird on a wire and suzanne. cohen was inducted into the rock 'n' roll hall of fame in 2008. leonard cohen was 82 years old. more fallout for republican congressman aaron shockechocsch.
a grand jury has indicted him. this was after he was found to have used money to design his office. he said no one spended to break the law. and what could be seen as a metaphor for political discourse, two bald eagles stuck inside a gutter in florida, a pair of u.s. symbols somehow got trapped inside a storm drain. only one was able to fly on its own while the other needed to be freed by an hal rescue workers. crowds gathered to watch the evident and part of a road near the storm drain was blocked off. the bird will be relose eleased healed. just ahead, mark zuckerberg responds to growing criticism that facebook may have swayed the election. but first, a chilly weekend
for most of us. >> happy veterans day. quiet out there. high pressure in control. hard to find any rain on the map. it gets windy throughout the day about in the northeast. you will need the winter coats by later on this evening. temperatures in the 50s and winds gusting over 40 miles per hour. also chilly in the midwest. tracking rain eventually into the pacific northwest. that's a look at the big weather story of the day. now a closer look at your day ahead. lots of sunshine, but chilly and eventually windy by the end of the afternoon. temperatures near 60 in new york city, much cooler in the midwest today. no more 60s in chicago. 50 and sunshine, rapid city looking good, 59 and also pretty sunny. and that is a look at your veterans day forecast. just ahead, the nba champion cleveland cavaliers go to washington. sfwr plus details on donald trump's cabinet picks after he's promised to drain the swamp. repeatedly quoted as saying
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president obama welcomed the nba champion cleveland cavaliers to the white house yesterday. the team presented the president with his very own number 16 cavs uniform and the president was able to joke that being able to say cleveland will in the same sentence as world champions was the type of hope and change that he talks about and he also called star lebron james who shared this picture on instragram of himself and first lady michelle obama one of the greatest players of all time. >> he actually had a nice tribute of being in the white house. well, leading the news this morning, mark zuckerberg says when it comes to tuesday's election results yourself don't put the blame on him. he addressed the growing criticism aimed at facebook, namely that its influence of power is growing. part of of that is because the number of news articles is increasing. he told the technology conference to think that it influenced the election in any way is a pretty crazy idea. now, if you believe that, then i
don't think you have internalized the message that trump supporters are trying to send in this election. >> and as the reality of a trump administration begins to set in, america starts to learn with who will be tasked with carrying out some of the most important decisions facing the nation an despite trump's pledge to drain the swamp, many of his top prospects are clear washington insiders. katy tur has more. >> reporter: who will donald trump surround himself in? after all, he's promised the biggest and best on the campaign trail. >> we have to have smart people. >> reporter: nbc news has learned from campaign sources the trump transition team has not yet presented the president-elect with any names for top posts. but his team has a working list of three to five names for each cabinet position. >> it's up to donald trump and mike pence now to sit down an figure out people who not only help on the campaign, but can help change america. >> reporter: while there is no word on who is on the short
list, there are not so quiet whispers about high profile trump supporters, most washington insiders. retired general mike flynn for national security adviser. texas congressman michael mccaul for homeland security, reince priebus chief of staff or potential chris christie. >> would you want to be chief of staff? >> you don't really think i'm going to -- >> that's what you call a preg thachbt pause. >> rudy giuliani not as coy about his interest in attorney general. >> i certainly have the energy and there is probably nobody that knows the justice department better than me. >> reporter: and nbc news has learned mike rogers is being considered for cia director. roger's office issuing a no comment tonight. there is a lot of work to do. team trump needs to fill 4,000 positions, 1,000 of which need is that the confirmation. in donald trump would make a mistake if he appoint tas too m
insiders. he won as an outsider. >> reporter: and those senior aides to mike pence hope to keep the outsider campaign an outsider administration. as of now, many signs point to much of the same. katy tur, nbc news, new york. today is veterans day, a day to honor the sacrifice so many have made for all of us and our country. and around the nation, people have been honoring veterans in their own special way. during military preergs night at the nhl panthers sharks game in florida, four navy s.e.a.l.s rappelled from the rafters. one elementary student in north carolina got the surprise of his life when his marine fighter showed up in class. he thought his dad was in africa. and just look at the two young faces after a that he have officer surprised his sons at their connecticut elementary school annual veterans day ceremony. their expression says it all. >> never gets old. want to share a little bit
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obama will honor our nation's veterans by laying a wreath at the too many of tomb of the unknowns. and secretary kerry began a visit to antarctica to survey the effects of climate change. these are images of him leaving new zealand. he's the most senior u.s. if i recall to visit an artie came and also the first secretary of state to visit all seven continents. and ever wonder what is on your dog's mind? jeff rossen goes under cover to see how legitimate pet psychics really are. with the trump election giving wall street a bounce and ali baba has a staggering start to its single day sales. geoff cutmore is here to fill us in. good morning. >> reporter: very good morning to you. two big stories we're watching. one is does the trump bounce make to day three. obviously a new high on the dow
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detrek tore will have to bow down to president obama. it's anyone who ever doubted donald, who ever disagreed, who ever challenged him. it is the ultimate revenge to become the most powerful man in the universe. >> it was seth meyers, i was just joking the whole time. all hail our glorious leader! >> that is too funny. >> well, as we mentioned earlier, the cavaliers stopped by the white house yesterday for an nba championship celebration and they joined first lady michelle obama in the latest internet fad. it's called the mannequin challenge. the rules are simple, stay completely still and as the camera takes it all in. >> i've seen this everywhere. that's pretty good. i'm not even going to -- where did this start?
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we saw him in "the room." unbelievable his performance. and his ability as an actor to be that young. >> how are you with sci-fi movies? do you get excited about those? a few are coming out. >> they're a little too freaky. >> you have "passenger," this one. >> and you were saying you can't wait. >> this weekend, i'm totally venlging out, going to catch some movies. you get excited about going to see a movie and then your wife says she wants to see like a romantic comedy and you want to see maybe an action movie. >> as long as you get the large bucket of popcorn and the butter. >> we should go to the puf have is together. just ahead, one of the details on one of the stranger competitions that we've seen. you're watching early "today." watching "early today." ing "ea" ♪ happy thanks for giving! thanks for giving lien the strength to outrun her brother. thanks for giving victor the energy to be the rowdiest fan.
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breaking right now on "nbc 10 news today," team shot. police say a 17-year-old was shot after a gunman announced a robbery at a corner store. more breaking news from out west as protest s turn violent. police in portland say post-election demonstrations turned into riots as thousands of people damaged property. and rocket full of fire. a rowan university student was rushed to the hospital after he says his cellphone charger in his pocket suddenly burst into flames. 4:28 friday morning. good morning, this is "nbc 10 news today." i'm tracy davidson. >> and i'm vai sikahema.
right now let's get to bill henley with his first alert neighborhood forecast. good morning, bill. >> it's veterans day and we'll see a nice wind blowing old glory pretty strongly today. the winds are already started, a southwesterly wind at 12 miles per hour in philadelphia, 48 degrees right now. 40s in the suburbs. 45 for pennsylvania, new jersey, 46 now in the lehigh valley. and sunshine will be bright in delaware, 48 degrees. we'll see a pretty good warm-up today. that southwesterly wind at 12 miles per hour still going at 6:00. and 16-mile-per-hour winds at 9:00. they become westerly during the morning. but they shift will this afternoon. so we're going to see the temperatures warm up. i expect them to peak around lunchtime. 62 in philadelphia, near 60 in the suburbs. and upper fifth for lehigh valley while delaware hit 62 degrees. 60s it at jersey and the shore. gusty winds this afternoon. i'll break down the forecast
hour by hour when i come back in less than ten minutes. but first jessica boyington has your traffic. we have lanes blocked in between broad street and ridge avenue. this is a project that is set to be there this morning until about 5:30. so about another hour of one lane getting by on the southbound side of the boulevard which is approaching the schuylkill expressway. also construction near city hall, there is a crane lift, road reduced to one lane there as well until about 5:30. also p.a. turnpike, construction between have has the left lane closed but drive times are okay. and we are following breaking news from the west coast where election protests have turned violent out there. thousands of people marched