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. protesters are out on the city streets for a second night voicing their president-elect. president-elect donald trump meets with president obama for the first time. >> mr. president, it was a great honor meeting you. i look forward to meeting with you many, many times in the future. >> leonard cohen, a giant in the poety center for the last half century has died.
veteran's day. good friday morning, this is "early today." >> for the second night in a row, spontaneous protests erupted as frustrated voters marched in the streets in opposition of tuesday's election rules. they appeared in patriot more, san francisco, oakland and more. protesters demonstrated their frustrations, donald trump returns to his old self, taking to twitter to blast the media, posting, just had a very open and successful presidential elect. now successful protesters are protesting. very unfair. now it should be noted that trump. called for a march on washington the night of the 2012 presidential election. >> prior to taking a jab at those protesters, trump had a more conciliatory tone with president obama and his wife's sit town with the first lady.
met face-to-face is a hallmark of events, for the first time since becoming the president-elect. noting public protocol t. trump camp refused to allow journalists to travel with him for his historic first meetings. >> reporter: donald trump at the white house today trying to rebuild the bridges he burned on his way >> 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, 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 president trump's battle. it started years ago with a
did to the come up in the 90-day meeting. >> it sound 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 first wing and jerry kushner, walking the south lawn with president obama's chief of staff, denis mcdonough t. president-elect, planning to seek his predecessor's advice. but trump c talking with reporters at his second stop on capitol hill. trump walking the halls of congress with senate majority leader mitch mcconnell, getting a look at where he will be sworn in from house speaker paul ryan. here relationship, ryan initially refused to endorse trump, lateer declined to defend him. the fight against the health care law, popular proposals to
rivals get on board. >> if they have an interest of sitting and talking to america's i'll be glad to do et. if hillary had won, i'd be talking to hillary. >> there were some detractors like john caseing, other like massachusetts senator elizabeth warren vowed to fight trump every step of the way. >> we have to be recalled to mobilize on special issues within the time comes. we're not gentleman to fight every issue every night of every w we're going to be organized, we're going to 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 for hillary clinton, it appears she has traded the campaign trail for a different type of trail this image by a self-described heart broken
former presidential candidate biwhile hiking in chappaqua, new york. singer, songwriter, author and poet leonard cohen has died. he was easily one of the most influential musician over five decades, he is often compared to that of bob dinl and paul simon [ music playing ] >> his most famous song "hallelujah" has been cover hundreds of times since 1984 within it was introduced and he was in the recent "trek" movie. cohen was inducted into the rock 'n' roll hall of fame in 2008 and received a grammy lifetime achievem award in 2010. he was 80-years-old. more fallout for illinois republican congressman excuse me aaron schock.
schock came under scrutiny amid a spending scandal, after a report says he spent tens of thousands of dollars to decorate his office like donton ab abby wambach. he says honest mistakes may have been made and no one spended to break the law. two bald eagles stuck inside a gutter in florida yesterday. apparent a storm drain their orlando. one was able to fly on its own, the other needed to be freed by animal rescue workers. crowds gathered to watch the effort. the rescued bird is being treated for injuries and will be released once it is fully green look at the crowd there. >> it is symbolic. just ahead, mark zucker burg's response to growing criticism that facebook may have
to you. >> good morning, everyone, happy veteran's day as well. very quiet out there. it's hard to find any rain on the map. you had to have south texas to do that. it gets windy in the northeast. you will need winter coats. temperatures in the 50s. winds gufkt over 40 miles per hour -- gutting over 40 miles per hour. here's a closer look at your day ahead. lots of eventually wendy by the end of the afternoon, temperatures much cooler in the mid-west. no more 60s in chicago. 60 degrees and sunshine, rapid city looking good, 69 and also pretty sunny. and that's a look at your veteran's day forecast. just ahead, the nba champion cavaliers go to washington. donald trump's potential cabinet picks, after he is
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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, he was able to say cleveland in the same sentence as world champion with the type of hope and change he talks about. he called star lebron james, who shared this picture on instagram with first lady michelle obama one of the ges all time. nice to see those faces. >> we had a great chance and never made it there. well, leading the news this morning, mark zuckerburg says when it comes to tuesday's election results, don't put the blame on him. he addressed the growing criticism aimed at facebook, namely the influence of power is growing. part of that is because the number of fake news articles on its site is increasing. he told a technology conference to think it influenced the
if you believe that, then i don't think you have internalized the message that trump supporters are trying to send in this election. >> the trump administration, america starts to learn who will be carried out with some of the most important decisions facing the nation and despite trump's pledge to drain the swamp, many prospects are clear washington insiders. nbc's >> reporter: who will donald trump surround himself? he claimed to have the best on the campaign trail. >> i have smart people. >> reporter: they have learned the trump transition team has not yet presented the president-elect with any names for top posts. 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 and figure out people who not only helped in the campaign but can help change america.
list. that 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. wines priebus for cheer of staff or potentially chris christie. >> wouldn't you want to be chief of staff? >> reporter: rudy guiliani, not as c attorney general. >> i certainly have the energy in this. there is probably nobody that knows the justice department better than me. >> reporter: nbc news learned knowledge of the decision, mike roger, former chair intelligence committee is considered for cia director. his office is issuing no comment tonight. there is a lot of work to do. team trump has to fill 4,000 portion 1,000 need senate
he approves too many insiders. he needs to hire outsiders which deliver victory for him. >> reporter: and mike pempbs hope to keep the outsider campaign an outside u outsider administration. as of now, many signs point too much of the same. katy tur, nbc news, new york. >> today, veteran's day, a day to sacrifice so many made for all of us. around the nation, people have been their own ways. check this out. at the navy-sharks game, four navy seals came from the rafters. one student got the surprise of his life. when his marine father showed up in class. he thought his dad was in africa. look at the two young faces after a navy officer surprised his sons at a connecticut annual day ceremony, their expression says it all.
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>> this is 7news now. snow good morning, everybody. we've officially made it to friday after a very long week. >> sarah: here's some of the stories we're working on on this friday morning. more protests against donald trump breaking out overnight. thousands in portland, oregon, rioting in the streets, demonstrators throwing obj lighting fires. this morning the president-elect is responding to the chaos. >> christa: and a 14-year-old girl in bourne is assaulted on her way to the bus stop. police say she was able to escape after man attacked her. right now police are searching for the suspect. >> sarah: students at wellesley college outraged after two babson college students allegedly drove through hillary clinton's alma mater waving a donald trump flag. this morning the president of babson is speaking out with a strong message for students.
loose in someone's yard out in springfield. officers eventually released it back into the woods. >> sarah: let's send it over to wren clair with a check of your forecast this friday morning. >> wren: so far things are starting out quiet for us. you can see to our northwest, already some showers out that way as the cold front pushes into new england. while we should stay dry here in boston, we could see a couple sprinkles in southern new hampshire, western massachusetts, just a very slight chance for that. and more importantly, we're going to be looking at some cooler weather as wells temperatures in the upper 40s in boston. 43 degrees in bedford. nashua in the mid-30s. we'll warm up pretty nicely today, but it will be short lived. with these winds, it's actually going the feel pretty chilly out there. the cape under a wind advisory. that starts this afternoon and is going to wrap up late tonight. but wind gusts up to around 40mph are likely and sustained winds up to around 3, 35mph. so count on some breezy conditions there. an actually really throughout new england today. we're going the stay breezy throughout the day today into tonight as well as into tomorrow
for veterans day parades today, count on breezy conditions. the good news is it will be dry. we'll see plenty of sunshine by 10:00 temperatures in the low 50s in brockton. that parade starting at the warm memorial building. by 1:00 in boston, temperatures in the mid-50s. i say that with a little bit of hesitation because i do think by the early afternoon, we could already start the see some temperatures falling in association with this cold front that's going to move through today. so into the afternoon, some cooler wealth headed our way. temperatures actually topping off in the 11:00. and as we head into the later afternoon, we're talking mid to upper 40s. "today in new england" starts now. >> christa: breaking overnight, another night of nationwide protests against donald trump's election coming to a head in portland. a peaceful demonstration becoming an owl out riot. >> sarah: a white house welcome to the president-elect. the former rivals putting their differses aside and developing for the future.
a home in moralborough, also with two unresponsive adults. >> sarah: and man and a woman suspected in a string of crimes lead police on the a multistate chase before finally being stopped in worcester. >> this is 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: good friday morning, everybody. thanks for waking up with us. i'm sarah french. >> christa: and i'm christa delcamp. it is veterans day, the 11th day of november. we have wren clair standing by with a windy looking look at the mild, but a cold front pushes into new england from the northwest. that's going to,er in some much cooler air for us and temperatures will fall in the afternoon. showers to our northwest. that's where they should stay. at best i think a couple sprinkles in western massachusetts, southern new hampshire, but here in boston, we should manage to stay dry. temperatures in the upper 40s in fitchburg. bedford at 43. boston in the upper 40s, as wel. so above our average lows. nashua a little cooler in the mid-30s. orange in the mid-30s, as well. but we'll warm up nicely here