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[captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] >> now, abc 7 news at noon, on your side. noon, president obama president-elect donald trump are meeting at the white house. they will be transitioning power when trump takes office january 20. given some comments made during the election by both men, things could get interesting. our suzanne kennedy is outside the white house with more. suzanne? suzanne: within the hour,
the two are meeting around -- the two were meeting around 11:00. in 71 days, donald trump will take the oath of office to become the 45th president of the united states. mr. trump arrived around 10:40 this morning at reagan national airport. that is where his plane touched down with the trump logo emblazoned on the side. he and milani a -- he and his wife, melania, arrived at his they arrived at 11:00 and entered the building. they are meeting right now in the oval office. this is an interesting meeting because you will remember this is a traditional meeting and happens every time a president is elected, the an office president welcomes the president-elect. this is a unique situation because president obama has been so outspoken about to donald trump, saying he is "unfit for
for office," but obama said they had to put that aside. he said it is important for all of us to get behind the new president in order to ensure his success for our country and to heal the wounds from this very divisive election. we are expecting when this meeting will be over, cameras will be allowed into the oval office, and that is where both mr. trump and the president will make it meant -- a statement. it is unclear at this moment whether they will tak hill where he will meet with gop leaders. reporting live outside the white house, suzanne kennedy, abc 7 news. jummy: all right. first lady michelle obama and donald trump's wife, melania will also be meeting. first lady laura bush also did
continues outside trump international hotel in northwest. our john gonzalez is there. john, what is it like right now? i know there were protests last night. john: no protesters right now, jummy, but a lot of d.c. police and secret service lining pennsylvania avenue in front of the new hotel. president-elect donald trump is right on the street here at the white house, speaking to president obama. it is , one possible route is for president-elect trump to come down pennsylvania avenue and head to capitol hill where he is going to meet with speaker of the house paul ryan. in the meantime, i can tell you that sources are telling me the president-elect will be staying the night here at his new hotel. within the last hour, a very large amount of d.c. police and secret service agents have arrived here. they have set up barricades,
they have also unloaded metal detectors, carried through the front door of the hotel here. they have also been conducting k-9 suites. it is appearing more more like donald trump will be arriving at his hotel, and a source telling me he will be staying the night. in the meantime, many out here still in disbelief. >> i am totally in disbelief, i'm sick to my stomach. we deserve better than this. moving toward a common good, not dividing the nation. i am actually quite anxious about the future. john: now, what you are looking at live in some of the blue paint left over from last night's protests here in front of trump international hotel.
power washing a lot of the anti-trump graffiti that was left behind, and obviously they have more of the paint to clean up. they are trying to get it cleaned up before there is more activity here at the hotel later today. reporting live in northwest washington, john gonzalez, abc 7 news. jummy: all over the country, there have been massive demonstrations protesting trump'presidential victory. s -- protesting presidential victory. the only major violence took place in oakland. there were incidents involving broken windows and damage to businesses. more than two dozen people were arrested in protest in that city. in new york city, protests marching from union square. people chanted "not my
islamophobia. in richmond, two statues that honor the civil war were vandalized in protest. the words "your vote is a hate crime" were spray-painted on the jefferson davis and matthew fontaine noris statues. another said "no trump, no kkk." stay with abc 7 throughout the day for any developments involving p 7 news at 4:00 and of course the very latest on wjla.com. let's talk about something completely different now. a live look at the forecast, a look at the white house where that meeting between president obama and president-elect trump is going on right now. let's send it over to doug hill. doug: it is looking pretty nice. here is a live shot from alexandria, and it is a spectacular 58 degrees.
miles an hour, so there is a chill in the air. even more so tomorrow with the cold front. right now, mid 50's to upper 50's, you can shave a couple of degrees off of these temperatures because of the gusty winds. the forecast with the high around 62 this afternoon with winds at times gusting at 25 miles an hour. plenty of sunshine. tonight, clearing cold, winds will diminish, 37 degrees overnight. as we look to tomorrow, another cold front will come through and for tomorrow afternoon, it will feel like the upper 50's to about 60 degrees, but of the cooler air pulls and by tomorrow night, it will feel like it is in the 30's, low 40's. we will see the turnaround as the winds diminished by saturday morning. the weekend in detail -- we have got that, too. jummy: doug, thank you. in pennsylvania, a manhunt is
fatally shot one officer and wounded another. it happened around 3:30 this morning in canonsburg. the officers were responding to a domestic disturbance call when they were ambushed by a shooter. >> i don't know about the wife. this is what it all started from was a domestic dispute. i do not know if the wife is ok. we have not heard anything about her. she is six months pregnant. jummy: police are advising the entire school district is closed as that investigation continues. closer to home, d.c. police investigating an overnight shooting just a block from the verizon center. police tell us the victim was shot multiple times. investigators appear to be focusing on what is being described as a fancy bmw that may be involved in the shooting. the victim was taken to the hospital in serious condition but is expected to survive. happening today in prince george's county, paying tribute
this morning, a mural was donated to them. our sam sweeney has more. sam: as you drive a clay sure avenue in capitol heights, you cannot miss the colors. >> it is very vibrant, and it reminds the world of how nishant e and chloe were. same school that she worked up before she was killed as she buckled her two-year-old daughter into the car seat. the killer turned the gun on two-year-old chloe green davis. the child was the father later admitted to pulling the trucker -- the child's father later admitted to pulling the trigger. >> this is the case we will not forget. sam: the leading cause of murder
killed in the last two years. >> that ought to astonish all of us. it is the work we have to do together. this is a community issue, it is not a police issue or a courthouse issue, it is an issue that has to be in the city. sam: it is a reminder. >> we encourage people to come ou there are services, counseling services, we can assist individuals who want to leave dangerous situations. sam: chloe davis would have turned three years old today. her dad is behind bars without eligibility of parole. reporting in capitol heights, i am sam sweeney. back to you in the studio. jummy: in the commonwealth, virginians can take up drug deactivation kits.
capable of safely disposing leftover prescription pills as part of a strategy to battle the opioid epidemic. 50,000 kits are being made available to the public, while 30,000 are at hospitals and law enforcement agencies. in virginia, opioid overdose deaths are up 34%. coming up on abc 7 at noon, your smart phone provides lots of information, but it may be taking something valuable away from you. we will explain. she is really tough on crime. she fought back by getting robbed. and a live look outside the white house. inside, president obama and president-elect trump are meeting. we are monitoring this developing story, and we will bring you more as it happens. jamie: water and sewer repairs happening in the district. this is on 27th street by virginia avenue.
going to be traveling along the capital beltway, so far, we look great. there are no big issues. heading out on new york, not bad, outbound on 50 looks really good near route 202. 270, a pretty easy ride from the spur, 55 miles per hour. continuing north and getting further north into rockville, germantown come up toward 80 in
excitement for the mayor of miami shores on election day. she was attacked at gunpoint, she chased after them, and she was then shoved to the ground. >> it was dangerous, but i had a sense that he was a young person and was not expected to be chased. if i had not chased after, i would not be able to get the cat on the car. jummy: with the information mayor burch suspects were arrested after a short time. wow. now to a 7 on your side health matters alert. smartphones make things easy for us, but there is a downside you may not be aware of. according to health e-heart, the average person spends more than 37 hours a month on their phone, and the more screen time a person has, the less likely they will get quality sleep. researchers think it could be
makes it harder to does off for the content from the smartphone might be stressing out the user. there could be a hidden and dangerous risk to getting a number of cosmetic surgeries in the u.s. 300,000 women will get breast implants this year, and research shows the typical subjects have better mental health than the average population, so why are women with implants more likely to kill themselv tonight at 11:00, our 7 on your side reporter kimberly suiters investigated possible dark side to breast implants. right now, we want to talk about the forecast. it is a nice fall day out there. doug: it is nice, a little breezy, but nice sunshine. we will start with a time lapse from germantown at weatherbug headquarters. a beautiful sunrise, clear blue
clouds moving through, and that if it. we expect beautiful weather to continue. it will be breezy tomorrow with a cold front, but no rain insight or we had a few showers, and that was it for any rainfall. i mention that because we are seeing drought conditions in the u.s. take a look at this color code p are we had extreme drought conditions in southeastern sections of tennessee, north georgia, parts of north-central alabama. now we are abnormally dry. over a small area here over southeast loudoun county. with the winter weather pattern we think we will have come of that kind of favors a drier than average winter season, especially down south. over the next few months, drought could become even more of an issue than it is at the moment. speaking of the lack of rainfall, reagan national airport, we have had 3.59
should be in that time period. no rain in our short term. it will be beautiful, sunshine, a breeze at times, 61 to 62 degrees across the area. as we look ahead to tomorrow, veterans day, a cold front will come through. the only effect that might have are a couple of clouds. the wind speed increasing noticeably, breezy and windy at times tomorrow, high of by saturday, a full day of sunshine, our highs only reach about 49 degrees. that is well below average. sunday come a change in the wind direction should warm us up to about 60 degrees. definitely a cooler weekend as we look ahead. veterans day parade on saturday morning, in manassas, the weather will be gorgeous. it will be chilly. so bundle up. beautiful blue skies with a real feel of fall in the air.
today and tomorrow, and it looks that monday, tuesday, and wednesday of next week, we settle into a very pleasant and quiet weather pattern, highs in the upper 50's and 60's, lows in the 30's to about 40. jummy: i do not mind that kind of fall weather. all right, doug, thank you. a welcome sight for all you starbucks customers -- holiday cups are back, and even better, images on them once again this year. starbucks say they feature designs created by customers and include snowflakes, christmas lights, and ornaments. last year, the simple red design of the cups started criticism. the mgm casino opens next month at the national harbor, and this month -- and this morning, the giant lion statue arrived.
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i will bring some back to you. it is a good cause. check it out on her website, wjla.com, later today. back inside to you, jummy. jummy: that's our top story of the day, donald trump meeting with president obama at the white house. trump and his wife, melania, are still inside. he is scheduled to meet with mitch mcconnell on the hill coming up later this afternoon. doug: this perfect weather, a little bit of a breeze, but plenty of blue skies and sunshine. northwesterly winds 10, 20 miles an hour with a gust at 25. that will definitely put a chill in the air. veterans day tomorrow, windy, pleasant, sunny and 62. a chilly sunny saturday, 49 degrees. sunday, a high of 60. jummy: all right, thank you. thank you for joining us this
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