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. >> overnight, thousands of demonstrators take to the streets in cities across to protest donald trump as the nation's 45th president. >> bitter rivals come together as they come face-to-face at the white house today, all to plan the transition of power. >> setting the agenda, trump will meet with a speaker as the enemies try to turn the page of working together. plus the trump decision has
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union. >> "early today" starts right now. >> good thursday morning. >> here we are with many in the country having time to let it sink in, but some people are having more trouble with it than not. less than 24 hours after donald trump was elected, the 45th president of the united states, americans are making their voices we heard in major cities across the country. it's mostly quiet. protests have united from coast-to-coast against trump's when with thousands taking to the streets in boston, seattle, cleveland, tempe, chicago and right here in new york city. they marched, blocked traffic, chanted and protested at the top of their lungs. >> reporter: hi, guy, we are standing on 5th avenue in mid-town, manhattan, the shopping trick, prada, luis vuitton, thousands of new yorkers headed in the southern part of manhattan, right outside
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will be a security issue. tonight is the first really demonstration of that. this is where donald trump is currently living, where his campaign offices were, where tonight they were holding transition meetings. thousands saying hillary clinton won the popular vote, chanting, we reject the president-elect. it was spontaneous over social media, people talking about it at work, they have said they came together. they shut down 57th street, shut down 5th it's not the only city from philadelphia, chicago, portland, new mexico, arizona, here in manhattan where donald trump is tonight, this is ground zero for the 1st. back to you, guys. >> protests were also big on social media. one new york subway stop was riddled with hundreds of post-its lining the wall with new yorkers offering sympathy.
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otherwise, millions celebrated trump's stunning win. they asked house speaker paul ryan, look ahead to passing their own agenda. key among them, their repeal of the obamacaring a, while an emotional hillary clinton told trump story e supporters, trump deserved a chance to lead. >> i want you to know that nothing has made me prouder than donald trump is going to be our president. we owe him an open mind and the chance to lead. this loss hurts, but please never stop believing that fighting for what's right is worth it. >> now, president obama also pledged a smooth and peaceful transition of power. >> the peaceful transition of
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our democracy and over the next few months, we are going to show that to the world. so i have instructed by team to follow the example that president bush's team set eight years ago and work as hard as we can to make sure this is a successful transition for the president-elect. but because we are now all rooting for a success in uniting and leading the country. >> however, the p transition wasn't carried through all of washington. bernie sanders issued a biting statement which read, in part, quote, donald trump tapped into the anger of a declining middle class that is sick and tired of establishment economic, establishment politics and the establishment media. to that degree that mr. trump is serious about pursuing policies that improve the lives of working families in this country, i and other progressives are prepared to work with him, to the degree
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and xenophobic policies, we will vigorously oppose him. >> trump met with transport elect pence and they will meet with house speaker paul ryan to begin working on their republican agenda. the mexican president also said he plans to meet with trump during the transition period. we now have word that trump will soon begin to receive the same top president obama. >> as this continues to settle the most divisive presidential election, we are getting new information on just who came out to vote. in this presidential election, an astonishing 46.9% of eligible voters did not vote. well, this marks the second time
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has lost the popular vote but won the election. in the end, he won with 279 to 228 of hillary clinton's electoral college votes. speaking at the world is justish congress gala last night in new york city, biden said he has full confidence a trump administration will continue the adding if they wanted to rediscuss support, congress would never let it happen. the american people would never let it happen afternoon. a series of firsts for women in the u.s. senate in the his thoir-making election. kamel la harris becomes the first african-american woman to represent the state and the second african-american woman elected to the senate. iraq war veteran tally duckworth is now the first thai american
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first latina and who him to represent the state and maggie hassan is representing new hampshire. she along with fellow new hampshire gene shaheen. the 117th congress will now have 21 female senators. an anti-trump protest sent five to the hospital two, in critical condition. alled police presence was already downtown for the post-election rally,it managing to reach the scene within minutes. officials don't believe the shooting is connected to those demonstrations. police say an argument took place outside a 7-eleven store with the suspect firing at a crowd of believed to be innocent bystanders. police are still searching for the suspect who ran on foot. a worry that donald trump's victim could lead to bullying in the classroom, a monkey see-monkey do scenario.
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great weather day for most of us? >> a very quiet day among much of the nation. it will be cooler in the northeast. lots of sunshine in boston. mild in the mid-west, 66 in st. louis. that's a look at the big story of the day. now a closer look at the weather where you live. enjoying lots of sunshine,temperatures on the cool side in the 50s, relatively low '80s in south florida. and that's a look at your thursday forecast. frances, eamon. >> rafael, thank you very much. just ahead, the trump elections sent stocks soaring. will it continue? we'll have that for you next.
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>> a lot of voters have been flocking to websites. there has been a thousand percent increase in the search of up with-way tickets to canada. for californians, they're staying put. they'd rather make their state their own separate country. the california succession movement oracle-exit as it has been called has been gaining steam. the organization behind it held a day-long informational session on a proposal out state's capital. kwaevenlt california went 62% clinton. 23% trump. an 800 drop in futures the finish the dow in near record territory. there to make sense of it all, walk us through what happened in the course of those 24 hours.
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never seen 800 points before the market turned around to a positive move later on in the actual session. it was quite extraordinary. we've had so many so-called experts like the pollsters telling us how bad a trump victory could be for the stockmarket. it would be absolute opposite. the market took the half glassful approach. whether in caterpillar, which was up around 7% or u.s. steel up double digit or investment banks that were moving aggressively to the opposite sight. the real peach care stocks, not only are there concerns about the repeal of obamacare, actually what they haven't gotten out is concerns of the draconian harrisburg willing presidency would slap heavy regulations on the health care stocks. so we could see big gains, pfizer was up, mylan as well and amgen up 5% as well t. calls for the u.s. marks are for further gains at the start of the trade
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bares, rock 'em sock 'em robots and uno? >> a big day. all right, in addition to hosting donald trump at the white house, president obama welcomes the champion cleveland cavaliers. they defeated the golden state warriors in june. today is a milestone, holidays are this year's rockefeller tree is 94 from new york. they do arrive progress on saturday. here we are. we are live. >> the official benchmark. leaving the news with donald trump's win, teachers worry about classroom bullies, several teachers say they are feeling the effect of the trump
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heard her students of building a wall of friend of mexican dissent. >> a lot of conversations with kid to be had. >> some are take lack they hear literally. >> to be younger and the more they know. the fact remains is the north americans have spoken. it ilt impacts americans from the cafes to the well. >> reporter: on the streets of raleigh there was excitement. >> i'm just happy. >> reporter: and apprehension. >> i'm concerned with the supreme court. >> reporter: there was also shock. what were your thoughts when you woke up and saw the news? >> i broke into tears. i was horrified. i can't even starting to entertain the possibility. >> reporter: but there were protests across the country. high school students in des moines an seattle walking out. mothers took to social media,
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kids. >> i cannot for the live of me figure out how to explain this to them. but in scranton, pennsylvania, it was high 5s. >> knowing that we have a new president, a new vice president, we have one of the best marriages that we could ever wish for in this country. >> reporter: back in north carolina at cary, elementary, they had cast their own votes they still honor the other children in our class and respect their decisions and their opinions. >> reporter: what opportunity from your president? zpli want him to be nice and kind. >> reporter: what advice would you give on your president? >> i'd say don't be selfish, because of certain problems, you will work with other leaders. you have to listen to other people's ideas. >> reporter: the next generation, learning at an early
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oh, no. >> i think it's safe to say she captured the entire sentiment of the country. >> i yeah. >> she wasn't alone. the late night host has been through it throughout this long election. take a look. >> donald trump will be president. republicans hope to keep his promise to the law. democrats hope to keep his promise to accept the election results. every american thinking of a candidate.
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here. being an american citizen, you are family. are you in it whether you like it or not. at thanksgiving when uncle ernie says racist things about the health, you don't storm off the table and move next door. you stay and elect him commander-in-chief. >> donald trump won the presidential i lex and out of habit, kelly anne conway said, no, he didn't. no, he didn't, ander. >> for the milon for hillary, remember, america has the place for people that lose, obviously, it's the cast of "intit apprentice. >> those hats look like they were printed in a kiosk in the middle of a westfield mall. it turns out they were magic like frosty the snowman. >> we can spill the whole show. >> we will need those guys for the next couple of years, a it is country continues to heal from the past election cycle.
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worried when the election is over, these guys will be done. they will not have any more material. but i have a feeling, the creative mind of these guys, they're going to be coming up with all kind of stuff, regardless of your politics, when you are president -- >> i'm really curious to know if "saturday night live" is not going to sign alec baldwin on for a lifetime contract. >> or get talent out there, you can do donald trumps, you may have a future at rock." >> i'm surprised at the comments the late night hosts have been doing. they have been weighing in on the election. i wonder if that will have backlash among the viewers. >> a lot to watch. just ahead the latest on the anti-trump protests. a look at the state initiatives on the ballot. you are watching "early today." little dakota's nose was quivering in fear. because it knew an ordinary tissue was near.
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>> this is 7news now. >> christa: all right. good morning, everybody. it's now thursday morning. we have so much news ahead for you on "today in new england." >> sarah: here are some of the stories we're working on. this morning president-elect donald trump and his wife melania are heading to the white house to meet with president obama, this as trump and his senior team have >> christa: we're learning more about an alleged rape involving a salem prosecutor prosecutors say was caught on camera. brian butler sexually assaulted a man in police custody. butler's wife is the chief of police in salem. >> sarah: a freshman at brighton high facing serious charges this morning, accused of stabbing a classmate. according to administrators, the attack happened in the school cafeteria wednesday morning. officials say the victim was stabbed in the leg and was taken
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great escape after getting stuck in a storm drain in dwrafton. -- grafton. yikes. it somehow got its head stuck in the grate on daniel drive wednesday morning. public works showed up. they popped out the great and used a little dish soap to set the animal free. >> sarah: poor little thing. all right. let's welcome the 5:00 hour. >> reporter: yesterday we saw some cloud cover. it is going to be cooler than 50s for most of us. by tomorrow, we warm up a little bit, but it's going to be blustery. so still feeling pretty chilly. and saturday, well, that's going to be the coolest day of the week for us. temperatures reaching into the mid-40s. some cool weather ahead. right now satellite and radar is largely clear. a beautiful start to the day. plenty of sunshine today. a couple additional clouds as we make our way through your thursday forecast with a mixture of sun and clouds. i think we're learning toward
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worcester 14 degrees cooler than yesterday at this time. norwood 6 degrees cooler. we have a mixed bag. a quick look at temperatures, 30 degrees in fitchburg. nashua at 33 degrees. 43 in plymouth. you can see milder temperatures across the cape and cooler as we head further inland as well as into western massachusetts. temperatures today are going to trend a little cooler, but we won't be terribly breezy. winds today starting out out of the northwest. these will end up further out of the southwest as we head things do get pretty breeze yes for us. today temperatures reaching into the low 50s. temperatures tomorrow in the upper 50s. "today in new england" starts now. >> christa: now at 5:00, coming together. president obama and president-elect donald trump set to plan for the future with the two meeting at the white house this morning. >> sarah: breaking overnight, a show of anger, protesters taking to the streets, marching against a trump presidency. >> christa: and boston public schools offering support to students following this
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england." >> sarah: good thursday morning. thanks for waking up with us, everybody. i'm sarah french. >> christa: and i'm christa delcamp. i'm going to get right to the forecast. we have wren claire with us this morning. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. today is a really nice day. yesterday we saw a good deal of cloud cover. right now we're looking at pretty much clear skies. we will add on a couple clouds as we make our way through your thursday forecast. still mostly sunny skies this morning and a mixture of sun and clouds as we head into t temperatures cooler as you head further inland as well as into western massachusetts. it's actually a 15-degree temperature difference compared to yesterday at this time. across the cape significantly warmer than yesterday morning, about 10 degrees warmer by in large. 30 degrees in worcester. orange at a chilly 29 degrees. 43 degrees in plymouth. really mile start across the cape. temperatures are going to warm up nicely. your 7 on 7 forecast, temperatures in the mid to low


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