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taking advantage of others. hardship in order to earn a buck. nothing could be further than the truth. >> reporter: during the fight of the financial crisis he bought and turned around a bank renaming it one west which fore closed on families including military families. >> you've been defensive for probably good reason at what happened at one west. is it true the california attorney general -- >> i want to comment for the record. we did fore close on certain people in the military. it was unfortunate and inappropriate. we responded to those people and made them whole, as i said. every single person had the opportunity to have their mortgage reviewed and we corrected any errors. our errors were less than anybody else. i'm proud of our results. >> i wouldn't be proud of all these finding. >> two floors up, a familiar face. rick perry making his case to lead the energy
an agency he once wanted to eliminate. and famously forgot. >> the, um, commerce and let's see i can't. the third one, i can't. i'm sorry. oops. >> he admitted his previous position was also a big oops. >> in fact, after being briefed on so many of the vital funks of the department of energy, i regret recommending the elimination. >> reporter: another change of heart on climate change which perry once called a contrived phony mess. >> i believe the climate is changing. >> do you plan to protect the science research at doe related to climate? >> i'm going to protect all the science whether it's to the climate or to the other aspects of what we're doing. >> reporter: the senate is set to vote on two nominees. general james mattis for defense and john kelly for homeland
it's a far cry from the seven confirmed on obama's first day. trump's press secretary accusing them of stalling. >> it isn't good for the government. >> reporter: democrats don't have the power to block nominees but they can delay and they're going to take their time to vent their concerns about the controversial nominees. mary bruce, abc news, capitol hill. >> our thanks to mary. you saw rick perry. we like him because of his appearance on dancing with the stars. we should mention his confirmation hearing wasn't all serious business. >> there was a moment of levity between the former texas governor and the democratic senator al franken. >> thank you so much for coming into my office. did you enjoy meeting me? >> i hope you are as much fun n on -- up there as you are on your
>> well -- >> may i rephrase that, sir? >> please. >> please. >> please. >> oh, my lord. oh, my lord. >> well, i think we've found our saturday night live sound bite. >> look at how he's blushing. >> he's very self-aware. >> that's quite a couch. coming up the major operation that's going on at the white house today. it has already started but during inauguration, it will be key. the moving out the obamas and moving in the trumps. >> and taking a bit of a break from it, our inauguration coverage from washington, we'll see what hollywood is offering at the box office this weekend. you're watching "world news now." "world news now" weather brought to you by mucinex. it'se and my cold medicines' wearing off. i'm dragging.
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>> with more on that, elizabeth vargas. >> reporter: in the morning, the action begins. >> i had it laid out to the five minute detail. and what happened every five minutes. >> reporter: admiral steven was in charge of the move the last time it happened. eight years ago when president george w. bush's family moved out and barack obama moved in. >> it is intense to execute both of the moves. most of the time you don't find the new family coming in within five hours. >> reporter: moving trucks were both families occupy the sweeping driveway. >> you have one truck on the south lawn facing south and the other truck on the south lawn facing north ready to move in. the house still belongs to the sitting president until they step into that limo. >> reporter: as soon as the limo pulls away, the move begins.
the white house is a three story 132 room mansion. while the ground floor is open to the public, the first family occupies the second and third floors. with 16 bedrooms. 35 bathrooms. family rooms, and a private kitchen. it's about 20,000 square feet of living space which means the trumps will be downsizing from their 30,000 square foot penthouse in new york city. with all the precision and the preparations, ultimately he says moving day can be emotional. greeting barack obama held special significance for him. >> being the first african american chief usher, here i am having the opportunity to say welcome home, mr. president, to the first african american president. >> reporter: and he still remembers the feeling of saying good-bye to george and laura bush.
>> i said farewell in the east room. that wasn't a dry eye in the east room. you really get attached. they get attached to you. it does become family. >> and the obamas will be saying good-bye to their family at the white house a little later and will be tearing up as well. >> they don't get to start moving out until after 12:00 today. they have to rush. >> yes, they do. coming up, what's hitting the theaters this weekend after the inauguration. >> this morning we're checking out the big comeback film. you're watching "world news now."
world will be watching all that's taking place in d.c. on friday, a lot of people will be heading down the street to the cinema. >> let's go to hollywood. after a series of misfires, m. night shyamalan appears to have gotten his groove back. "split". a story about a split personality. >> i've never seen a case like this before. 23 identities live in kevin's body. did something happen?
>> open the door. >> there's a flower on the pillows. there's a flower in the bathroom like we're important. who is that? >> maybe she can help us. >> we're in here. >> we're in here. >> don't worry. he knows what you're here for. he's not allowed to touch you. he knows that. >> that's creepy looking. >> just the trailer for this gives me nightmares. >> the critics love it. one writes a first rate creep fest. this may scare you to death. that's right. and the split is m. night shyamalan gone wild. >> it's m. night shyamalan back. it's like sixth sens finally. >> that was a great movie. who knew there was a third chapter in the xxx franchise.
as pandora's box. >> a device that controls every military satellite in the world has fallen into the hands of four dangerous guys. >> we need someone who can move like them. fight like them. it's time to be a patriot. >> there are no more patriots. just rebels and tyrants. >> which are you? >> i'm xxx. >> no. you said rebel or tyrant. that was not an option. it's been since 2002 that when the original came out. one says we've seen the stunts before done better but there's pleasure to be had even if it's of the guilty kind. and as another writes, vin diesel's action packed scenes make the movie worth every penny. >> so do his biceps.
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history can bestow is the title of peacemaker. this honor now beckens america. the chance to help lead the world at last out of the valley of turmoil and onto that high ground of peace that man has dreamed of since the dawn of civilization. >> those words from president richard nixon at his inaugural in 1969. >> and i'm fascinated by the photo of that woman with those glasses. nothing says 1969 like those glasses in the background. not the words but the imagery there. this morning we are looking at a few of president nixon's words in a letter written to donald trump nearly 30 years ago
what's taking place today in the nation's capitol. here's david wright. >> are you 40? >> reporter: 30 years ago donald trump was promoting his book, "the art of the deal". when this interview apparently made quite the impression prompting a former president to send trump a fan letter. dear donald, mrs. nixon said you were great on tv. she's an expert in politics and she said whenever you decide to run for office, you'll be a winner. signed, warm regards, richard nixon. what did they hear that they liked? trump spent a lot of time talking about how his dad taught him business and his mom taught him show business. >> i believe whatever i have in terms of the dra mat yik, i think i got it from my mother. >> reporter: skills he'll take with him along with that fan letter. trump plans to
oval office. >> premonition there. >> yes, he did. he knew about that, and for those who are trying to figure out what was the donahue show, it was popular before oprah. thousands gathers for the preinaugural concert. >> the line ups was heavy on country music. some of my favorite with the day's biggest attraction toby keith playing several of his biggest hits including a rendition of "american soldier". and you could even see donald trump mouthing the songs. later today she's not even old enough to vote yet, but 16-year-old jackie evancho will sing the national anthem before president-elect is officially sworn in. abc news plans big coverage starting at 7:00 a.m.
it's inauguration day on "world news now," and the transition has begun. the trumps descend on d.c. a salute for lincoln. fireworks over the mall spelling out usa. overnight the president-elect and melania trump at a black tie dinner. >> we are going to make america great again. greater than ever before. >> now a historic day is about to unfold. the car ride to the capitol with only president obama, the oath of office with hillary clinton just steps away. we're looking back at inaugurations past and ahead to the first 100 days of the trump era. the nation gets a new president on this january 20th, 2017.