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determines whether ryan remains speaker. trump expects congress to move strongly on a number of issues including health care. as you know on the campaign trail, donald trump called the media disgusting and dishonest. >> right. >> apparently, that vi tree yal of the media carries over as completing. the campaign has not released the daily schedule, which is the
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washington, d.c. without the press. they didn't even give out a schedule. at one point during the day, he disappeared for a full hour. >> he left d.c. to return to new york unannounce. >> yep. >> i think, obviously, we heard the sentiment from donald trump and president obama, they never met before, so some called that meeting in the oval office awkward. the media's relationship with donald trump has not been conventional since day one, so it was a surprise. it was inconvenient to a lot of to follow the story and looking for messages. >> it's normal to have a press pool to travel with the president or completing. that didn't happen. have fun over the next four years. >> yeah. >> it's not going to be like any other time before, certainly. moving on, though. talk of a possible deal in the trump university fraud case. the trial set to start later this month and the attorney says he's open to a settlement and thes a delay until next year due to the president-elect's
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affect trump's defense. the federal judge says he's prepared to deny a request to ban statements made by and about trump during the campaign. the judge says the defense didn't specify what evidence it wants kept out. this from the markets now. the dow jones industrial average opening trading this morning at a record high, but other indexes are not doing as well after the election. in trading yesterday, the nasdaq and s&p 500 had only a modest gain. financial companies are doing well, we should point out, based on the president-elect's election promises, and technology household products and utilities are not. other headlines, images from the pulse nightclub massacre. cams are review the aftermath. terrified survivors come out of
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images of the scene removed. 49 people died from the rampage, dozens euroinjured, and they plan to turn the nightclub into a memorial. a big rig fire caused massive traffic delays and authorities shut down the highway. the 60 freeway in the l.a. area, the flames sparked a brush fire that spread to two acres. several explosions heard as the fire spread. no injuries reported. fire in the first place. a bald eagle stuck in a storm drain led to portions of the road being closed in orlando, florida. at first, it appeared another eagle was protected the eagle, but experts say it's likely the birds were fighting over territory. they had a beef, apparently. it flew away, and crews arrived on the scene, the injured eagle was freed after being stuck for
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and dropped into the drain. i pulled over. >> stress and nervous. i ran out of the house. >> who knew that eagles had their own territory. >> they are bold birds. one was stuck because he was trying to take cover from the other one attacking him in the air. >> the krips and blood of the birds. she hurt her leg, chest, and cracked her beak six weeks to heel. >> thank goodness for the first responders for animals. there's a number of special deals to celebrate veterans' day. get free meals at bob evans, applebees, and red robin. ihop has free red, white, and blue pancakes, and there's a free lunch combo from 11:00 to 2:00 at little caesar's. >> so vets and military -- >> i like the deep dish.
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caesars. >> desserts at red lobster and outback and ruby tuesday's, a bunch of places. >> 15% off. >> at outback -- >> through tomorrow. it looks like a brag away from lauren friedman, but she's running to greet her fatherment home from a tour of duty in afghanistan. i will never tire of seeing those he surprised her in a pep rally in her school, and she also ambushed his other two children at their schools, and ambushed with hugs. you know. >> look how excited they are. nearly two does veterans in california have their high school diplomas. their education was interrupted in world war ii, korea, and
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one feels terrific and feels now he can go to college. >> very sweet. next in the mix, won woman who's been to every country in the world, in a class of her own. >> coming up, michelle and melania meeting the future first lady. what's going to be mrs. trump's legacy? we'll explain just ahead. later, the field of dreams built for one tough n that got his very own fenway park in his backyard. >> wow. >> find us on facebook, wnnfans.com. that's wnnfans.com, and on twit twit twit
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? ? the woman known for her talk show, both of them, there was u-n-i-t-y. they met mountain white house. >> after a decade in the spotlight, we know about mrs. obama, and juju chang tells us more about mrs. trump. >> reporter: with a new president comes a new first
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trump. >> reporter: melania trump sat down with first lady michelle obama for tea and a tour of the white house. on january 20th, michelle will pass the torch to the former model to become the first foreign born first lady since john adams' wife. raised in this small town, locals celebrated by raising american flags. ? ? >> reporter: the former melania, alleged boyfriend telling abc news -- >> she was never typical girl. very, very classy. >> reporter: she was asked by "the new york times" in 1999 when trump considered office, what kind of first lady she would be, replying, i would be very traditional like betty ford or jackie kennedy. despite the forshadowing, she took a backseat in the campaign.
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>> reporter: telling barbara walters, she's busy being a mother. >> a support my husband 100%, but we have a 9-year-old son together, and i'm raising him. >> reporter: just last week, finally giving the world a glimpse at what her future cause as first lady may be. >> we have to find a better way to talking to each other. >> reporter: cyber bullying. >> it's very bad out there and children get hurt. >> our thanks to juju chang, and after looking at the w house, she said, oh, looks like a fixer upper. coming up, a smaller version of fenway park built in the backyard of a big fan. you're watching "world news
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good and could be again. oh, it will come, ray. people will most definitely come. >> oh, that famous scene from "field of dreams" setting us up for another field of dreams. >> set up in the backyard in a town of windsor, connecticut, specifically for a special boy. >> his favorite team is the boston red sox, so we have more now from abc's david muir. >> there you go! >> reporter: thomas hastings loved baseball since he was a little boy. he was born with muscular dystrophy and making playing ball difficult, and he spent most of the time in his jersey and wheelchair. he atended his first game at 3 years old. when granted a wish at make a
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field, and hundreds of volunteers and strangers coming together to build thomas his own miniature fenway park right in his backyard. they cleared the yard, levelled the field, and added the famous citgo sign and, of course, the green monster. >> unlike so many other places that have restrictions and obstacles, there's nothing here that he can't do. >> reporter: just 34 days to build and opening reli relieve. >> it was exciting when i first stepped on to the field. i was starting to think this is real, and it's not a dream. it's real. >> tune out the negativity, you can really find that there's some amazing people out there, completely selfless, willing to jump in and do what they need to
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so this is a woman after my own heart. not referring to you -- well, you, yeah. >> i like the story. >> it's beautiful. >> i like it. >> this 27-year-old woman is trying to become the first female ever to visit every country on earth. she's doing good so far. she's already visited 181 countries since july of of last year. woah. >> those are the shots i was telling you and why she's sponsored to go to the countries. >> she's traveling, and, apparently doing yoga and working out. only 15 countries to go in 40 days to beat the world record to be the fastest to see all countries around the world. >> very, very impressive. let's go to the next story. i love, love seeing people dance
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look at mama. who's mom is this? this basketball fan at a golden state warriors game really just working it. yeah. >> she's become a sensation, hasn't she? >> the video viral. she jumped up when they got the lead, and she proved they have the most lawyer. >> shake what you mama gave you. ? ?
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this morning on "world news now," another night of unrest as thousands protest the election of donald trump. demonstrators blocking traffic overnight, and some of the protests taking a violent and ugly turn as trump tweets about the coast to coast displays of anger. we have the latest in a moment. and president-elect trump making good on the handshake and peaceful transfer of power, but what was it like with the cameras out of the room? meanwhile, how hillary clinton spent her day. new this half hour, the other guests at the white house yesterday. >> nba champs, the cleveland cavaliers had fun with the president and king james and the first lady freezing time, but what was so amazing that caused
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>> and chris rock for president? the latest celebrity that's not promising to move to canada. that's because chris rock is throwing his hat in the ring for a presidential run. isn't it a little too late for a january move-in date? we'll figure it out on "the skinny" on this friday, november 11th. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> i know that we've said the presidti with one, and we already have another for 2020. >> guess what. all bets are off, the rule book thrown out. let it go. good morning, i'm adrienne ba bankert in for diane macedo. >> i'm kendis gibson.
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streets for a seconds night. >> the protests have been mostly peaceful, but there's been scattered acts of civil disobedience including in los angeles where the tight crowd of protesters blocked the 10 freeway east of downtown l.a. >> crowds turned out in cities like minneapolis and dallas as well as philadelphia and portland oregon where police say the protests there have turned into riots. crowds damaged 19 cars at a car dealership. >> hitting close president-elect under his nose are smaller crowds last night gathering outside of trump tower here in new york, and as mr. trump reenergized his twitter account blaming the demonstrations on professional protesters who are incited by the media. >> 100 protesters marched on the hotel from the white house where plmplt trump had his first meeting with president obama. the protesters echoing
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>> donald trump doesn't represent me or my community. i have two daughters. it's really important that i set an example that i don't abide by bigotry. i want to stand together with other people and share that experience. >> it is what it is. that's all i can say. >> yeah. >> reporter: do you think by being here it's going to change anything? >> not really. i just want my boys to really understand what's going on. i think lot. >> we do want to get to live pictures coming in from california. interstate 580 had been shut down at one point, but it's now open once again. you can see crowds gathered there, blocking downtown streets. overnight last night , we watchd bonfires set, hopefully it stay calm now. the protests continuing throughout the night across the country. >> certainly we want peace in
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president-elect calling midtown, manhattan home turned new york into a giant security zone. >> trump tower's now surrounded by what's called unbelievable security measures. some streets have also been closed off in the area around what's called the white house on 5th avenue. meantime, a no-fly zone in place over new york city covering a two mile radius over midtown, manhattan, staying in place trump made a visit to washington, d.c. since winning the election, and here's abc's david wright. >> reporter: a historic handshake, former adversaries now members of the world's most exclusive club. together in the oval office forging a path for america's future. >> my number one priority in the coming two months is to try to facilitate a transition that
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successful. >> i very much look forward to dealing with the president in the future including counsel. he's explained several of the difficulties, some of the high flying assets, and some of the really great things achieved. >> reporter: change has already come to washington. >> i think president obama has been the most ignorant president in our history. >> donald trump is unqualified to be our chief e execut executive. >> reporter: for years, donald trump doubting president obama was born in this country. >> why not just show the certifi certificate? >> donald trump is here tonight. >> reporter: obama acting like the idea of a trump presidency was a joke. >> say what you want about mr. trump. he certainly would bring change to the white house. >> reporter: now it's trump who gets the last laugh.
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business? forming a cab naent. the trump transition team launched a website, help wanted. >> we need donald trump as president of the united states. >> reporter: some of the jobs expected to go to his inner cir circle including chris christie and sarah palin. as the office visit wound down, obama's big piece of advice? don't feel it's absolutely necessary t media hounds. >> it's a good rule. don't answer all the questions. it's always the last one. >> reporter: understandable, really. >> come on, guys. >> let's go. >> very good man. >> thank you, appreciate it. >> reporter: everyone's more than a little skeptical just how long this spirit will last. david right in scranton, pennsylvania. there's another image of the
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photographer captured president obama and donald trump alone without the swarm of reporters. just chatting. i did notice in the video, at least, they have one thing in common, the man spread in the oval office. you notice that? the territorial man spread. >> listen, when you're in the oval office, you can do what you want. okay? >> well -- >> i can't believe -- wait a minute, you're kendis? a trail after losing the election, mrs. clinton posed for this picture, posing for this picture, she ran into hillary clinton and her husband, bill clinton, they shared a hug and a brief chat, and she told cnn that bill clinton took the picture. >> oh. that's got to be tough for them. i'm sure they'll appreciate the walk and nature after all they've been through. coming up in the skinny, another celebrity for president,
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on the year 2020. gearing up for fight night with high style on display before stepping into the octagon. but first, a look at today's forecast. "world news now weather"
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perform and recording into his 80s. in fact, his latest album, "you want it darker" released in october, and he wrote songs for exact date of death and cause not announced. he was 82. >> justin timberlake paid tribute to him on twitter thursday. on to thursday night football action. the latest in the rivalry between cleveland and baltimore. th place in its division, and cleveland lost ten games this season. the latest, a 28-7 thrashing last night. the quarterback threw three touchdown passes during baltimore's strong second half. the browns, on the other hand, went through three quarterbacks. it's they're worst start to a season since joining the nfl in 1958. jack, i thought if "world news
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>> we'd have a chance. >> we'd be tied. >> we'd have a chance. >> we'd be tied with the browns. >> i have faith in you. >> yes. >> i'd be cheering. >> when does spring training start? >> oh, man. i'd say just pick another quarterback. that's a winning solution. >> the cowboys did it. >> yes. although they -- >> well, it's controversial. >> it's weird. >> so weird. love you, dallas. >> yes. the ufc's first event in new york city is this saturday, by the way, and champion connor mcgregor ensures everyone knows the champ is here. woah. he showed up late for the press pre-fight neconference. >> was he dancing? >> i think that's what it was. he swiped the lightweight title belt from the current champion, and he appeared the two would start their bout right then and there, and then --
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>> he's always like this, so why are we surprised? >> yeah. that's true. >> he's brash. >> woah. what did the chair do to you? >> he's bold. >> he'd be the first to hold it in two dalclasses, and this is first since new york state ended the 19-year ban on this sport. i think rhonda had lip like that before her fight down under. >> we know how that ended. >> we know how that >> jinx. >> we thought the same. wow. you saw president obama meeting with donald trump in the oval office after their meeting, president obama went outside to welcome the nba champions. >> lebron james and the rest of the cavaliers hop norred for their win against the golden state warriors, and they presented the president with a jersey for his collection there. in the remarks, the president reminded everyone that he's a chicago bulls fan. >> i should add by knocking off
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1996 bulls as the greatest team of all time. so your president thanks you for that. >> that's a good one. >> after the jersey presentation, it was time for the team photo. check out the reaction of the guard. >> like, why? here's why. >> he's -- >> look. he's just got this shock and awe on his face, right? the president's podium was taken away. he tweeted the president said "team," and everydy the way thinking, wow, that's power. >> like, i don't know if he thought it was a permanent podium, the presidential podium doesn't move, but just, like -- >> he was impressed because he just said "team" and they moved. >> boom. >> he's a man he tweeted later. >> exactly. the cavaliers provided this video. the players doing the challenge inside the white house. >> lebron james with the first lady taking that selfie.
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on instagram has more than half a million likes. have you done the challenge? >> we have not done it. it's been a busy week. we planned to do it, but then we ran out of time. >> you had practice to get to. >> up next, the latest celebrity to eye the white house. >> prince marry's romantic
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? ? i love this music. i've been listening to it for years, and now i'm a part of it. >> you sang it in the meeting. it's your first ever skinny. >> it is. i'm honor. i really am. >> you are. you're, like, tearing up. that's sad. so we're going to start with political skinny news. >> all right. let's start. the comedian chris rock tweeting i'm running in 2020, wish me luck. i can't do the impression. >> i'm running in twenty twenty, wish me luck. >> that was only slightly better. the head of state said the only thing white is the hou house, #rock2020. >> that was the bomb. he played a candidate. >> for the first time in
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next president of the united states of america. >> oh. >> it's a precursor to what president obama was, indeed, the first black president. >> way back then. >> who was black. >> chris rock versus kanye in the primaries. i can't wait for 2020. >> that's a long ways from now. >> let's hold off. >> things could change. >> it's going to be a girlfriend. we know that megan is in lon dor right now. >> yes. >> she's been spotted entering the palace. with groceries. >> oh. >> that's serious. >> that's huge. >> that's big. >> she's cooking? >> making dinner? >> i guess. >> it's believed markle has been there since tuesday when the palace pled for privacy while
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acknowledged that. >> yes. people were upset that harry's down with the swirl, and they responded to that. he made his appearance since the statement at a british vette raps' day observance. it's believed he'll formally introduce markle to prince william and kate. how cool. they say the palace's statement and that introduction are proof that harry's relationship is serious. >> leave them alone. >> it's great. he's the hottest prince in the whole entire world. >> yes. >> who really cares. haters going to hate. >> there's one in luxumberg that's hotter. >> really? >> no. >> i don't know. >> alecia keys speaks out about the makeup-free moment. >> appearing on "elle," and in an interview, said it took, quote, forever to get the flawless complexion and claimed
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blemishes, which you can see in the earlier photos. >> and -- >> looking good. >> keys also talk about five powerful women who have inspired her starting with her mom. >> absolutely my mother. she gave me what i think she never even knew she gave me, which is her resilience, determination, and really loving, nurturing about me being an artist. >> keys includes her grandmother, sister, video ends with keys calling on all women to be their greatest self. timely, ever need a good book to read? hope actress emma watson is around. >> a book for anyone to pick up on the 23rd subway station. she's a so-called book fairy. >> she does it in london working with a group called books on the
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zblmpblt finally, what a week for america. no matter who you voted for, this past week will live long in our memories. >> it will. a hard fought presidential campaign closed, and the voters had their say, and now the trsi all part of the friday rewind. >> now it's up to the american people to deliver justice at the ballot box on november 8th. >> everything you care about, everything i care about and i've worked for is at stake. >> i want you to focus on this election and its candidates because the truth is, the choice couldn't be simpler or clearer.
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>> to all republicans and democrats and independents across this nation, i say it is time for us to come together as one united people. i will be president for all americans, and this is so important to me. >> this is the most incredible, political feat i've seen in my lifetime. >> this is painful. and it will be for a long time. but, please, never stop what's right is worth it. >> we are now all rooting for success in uniting and leading the country. >> i'm a republican. i'm a woman. i've never come out to a protest and never felt so passionate about anything being so wrong in my life. >> i'm terrified. i come from a family of political refugees from cuba,
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but i'm terrified. >> i very much look forward to dealing with the president in the future including counsel, he explained several of the difficulties, some of the high flying assets and great things achieved. so, mr. president, it was a great honor being with you, and i look forward to being with you many, many more times in the future. thank you, sir. week, it's a week that was hard for a lot of people to digest, and i think the key here is to have compassion for people who don't necessarily agree with you, and maybe don't have the same opinion as you, but we all have -- >> a lot of people are saying it'll take some time. >> yes. hang in there. don't miss our updates on facebook at wnnfans.com. this is abc's "world news now" informing insomniacs for two decades.
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increase. the wage is set to go up a dollar a year until it tops out at 10-25 an hour in 20-19. ely voted to opt out of the wage increase at a meeting last month. alburnett passed an ordinance that keeps the wage at 7-25 at its meeting tonight. robins has already passed two readings of a similar ordinance. a third reading is scheduled later this month. more
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good morning, i'm adrienne bankert in for diane macedo. >> i'm kendis gibson. here's the top stories we're following on "world news now," anger spilled out into streets for the second night across this country as president-elect trump held a first transition meeting with president obama. tweeting that the two had great chemistry. coverage ahead. >> a state of emergency declared in tennessee because of drought and wildfires. thousands of firefighters battling 53 active fires. residents near chattanooga forced to leave homes. election rally has dow opening at a record high. it was led by banks and financial companies expected to do well in a trump ad mrg. >> banks closed, but vets and active military can save money
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others appetizers, desserts, or discounts. those are our stories on this friday, november 11th. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> good friday morning, everyone. i want to welcome adrienne bankert here to "world news now." >> the clap is just a slow clap. >> waiting for it. i'll take it, though. thank you so much for having night to be here. >> certainly. >> second night, we have breaking news of anti-trump protests, thousands taking to the streets in cities all across america. >> and most of the protests have been described as peaceful, but portland, oregon, it's getting dangerous. police there say that there's criminal behavior and this is not a protest anymore. this is a riot. crowds throwing projectiles at police officers and vandalizing cars and buildings.
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the city's major artery for nearly an hour. hitting close to home for mr. trump at the base tower here in new york, considerably smaller crowds from the night before, but no less vocal with protesters on both sides of the issue. >> it's not what he's done as president, but what he did before he was president. >> this is our freedom of speech. we can join here and protest our ideals. >> these people, unfortunately, get over the resu a disturbing new development, messages of hate and intolerance emerging in schools across america. here's the latest. >> videos capturing hate in schools across america, and in this york, pennsylvania high school, students holding trump signs chanting "white power." this michigan middle school cafeteria, students chant, "build the wall." while latino children in the room reportedly cried.
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contrast, thousands of young people old enough to vote took to the streets protesting trump. from freeway shutdowns and effigy burning in los angeles to tear gas in oakland -- >> i woke up fearful for my family and my life and rights as a woman. >> we're scared of what's going to happen to lgbt community, women, people of color, we're terrified. >> young people voted this hillary clinton overwhelmingly won, 56% to trump's 35%, 21 points, but clinton won young women by a greater number of 35 points. the faces at the protests are more peaceful than violent and marching because they feel their vote was not represented. emotioning are still raw. you can see a new group of protesters forming now in front of trump tower, but that
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millennials not vote, less young people voted for hillary clinton than barack obama in 2008 or even 2012. abc news, new york. and the post election protest triggered the twitter remark since the election. donald trump had been relatively quiet on the social media service for the past few days. >> with a lot going on, right? >> yeah. >> he sent a tweet thursday night, reading, i had a very open and successful presidential election, and now professional protesters inskriet incited by are protesting, very unfair. >> not the unifying message people looked for that he had wednesday morning. the response comes a day after he spent visiting washington, d.c. for the first time since winning tuesday's election. it started with a sit-down with the man he'll replace. here's abc's johnathan >> reporter: president-elect donald trump left with a quick wave, bound to the airport where
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water salute before taking off for washington d.c. at the white house, an oval office meeting two two of america's most bitter rivals. >> ready? okay. well, i just had the opportunity to have an talent conversation with donald trump. >> reporter: uttering words few ever imagined from president obama. >> i had been very encourage by the, i think, interest in president-elect trump's wanting to work with my team around many of the issues that this great country faces. >> i very much look forward to dealing with the president in the future including counsel. he explained some of the difficulties, some of the high flying assets, and some of the
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great honor being with you, and i look forward to being with you many, many more times in the future. >> thank you. >> reporter: the current president with some advice for his successor. >> it's a good rule, don't answer all the questions when they are yelling. >> reporter: but we tried anyway. >> come on, guys. >> seek his counsel? >> let's go. >> very, very good man. >> thank you, appreciate it. >> reporter: for all words of grac >> said donald trump is unfit to be commander in chief, uniquely unqualified. does he still believe that? >> look, the president's views have not changed, stands by what he said on the campaign trail. >> the meeting in the oval office that was one-on-one between donald trump and barack obama went longer than expected. the white house said they didn't resolve their differences nor try to. abc news, the white house. and there's talk donald trump could be looking inside
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chief-of-staff. trump's son-in-law was seen walking with dennis at the white house. he became chief-of staff at the start of president obama's second term. he's a real estate developer like his father-in-law and owner of the weekly newspaper "the new york observer." when the congress convenes in january, it's the most diverse the nation has ever seen. there's 38 women of color, w color in itself history. among them, katherine cortez, the first latino senator, and the senate's first indian american. a former illinois congressman indicted on charges of misusing public funds. his capitol hill office decorated in the style of downton abbey was once a rising
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but retired after reports of improper spending, mail fraud and theft of government funds. the philippine's president was in tune with malaysia at a state visit. at negotiating agreements, the col colorful prime ministers got up to sing a song. >> they are a fan of karaoke, well-known for this, and performed "the wind beneath my wings." ? ? >> the minister more animated singing the young ones. >> just like us. singing kar a, oke. >> the two reportedly teamed up
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shlalala. have you heard that one? i don't know that one. >> jack? >> no. >> i hope i said it right. >> oh, my gosh. >> as to why he's not sung at dinner before, the spokesman said it didn't come up. >> i want to hear him sing it again. >> again? it was not enough for you? >> jack can't hear anything after listening to that. >> thank you for the encore light from your phone. some think spain's new government needs to lighten up a bit. the administration wants to ban memes saying it infringes on the honor of a person. >> honor is important. >> i guess. >> most of them poked fun of the prime minister, and here is he's shown as edward >> that's cold right there. >> most of the memes had the hashtag there's no democracy without memes. i'm agreeing with that.
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>> long live memes. >> one day, you know, you have to explain to your kids why that's okay. >> why they are okay? >> to insult an authority figure? can they make you a meme, dad. >> yes, of course. is it -- >> i'm totally -- >> is it memes or or gif. big league or bigly. the ross unite is worki >> fear and panic. >> a approach to calm kids at school. the trick? just breathe. we'll explain. first, a look at today's high temperatures. "world news now" weather
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oh, wow. dramatic images capturing panic in the streets of brazil. this is an explosion and fire ball sending people running for their lives. the power of the blast knocking people to the ground, and started when a car was carrying gas cylinders caught fire. four people were injured. >> amazing that more were not. and now back here in this country and it a shocking crime in pennsylvania. two police officers ambushed responding to a domestic disturbance. three people now dead including one >> police said it was an assassina assassination. authorities trying to determine what went wrong. abc has all the details. >> reporter: investigators are sifting through evidence after a police officer was killed responding to a disturbance at this home near pittsburgh. >> shots fired, shots fired. any available unit respond. >> reporter: 52-year-old officer, one of two officers responding to a domestic
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ambushed. >> reporter: neighbors hiding in their homes. >> i know it's one of the most dangerous calls for them, you know, and for them to have been ambushed is -- >> reporter: inside the home, police found a woman and the suspect dead. authorities also looking into whether gas tanks, oxygen canisters, and a propane tank found in the suspect's car were intended to be used as explosives. it's been a deadly year for police officers across the country. 57 have been so far this year. up 63% since last year. this community is mourning the loss of the officer, a father of four, the officer with him was shot but survives and is in stable condition. abc news, pennsylvania. in new york, a police officer remembered as a hero. thousands of officers lining the streets to pay respects and bid farewell to sergeant paul.
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taking a bullet for his partner. the 41-year-old was months from retiring and leaves behind a wife and two young sops. >> you see the grief on the faces of the family members there. this is video from northern california capturing an incredible moment at nature. look at this. that's some of more than 500 dolphins leaping through the water in >> have i don't know sue that up close? >> is it fascinating? >> just go to maui and go whale watching. >> choose that opposed to the south of france. >> oh, you live in california, it's not that serious. >> it's not a big deal. >> still, it is a big deal to see that moment many nature. >> yeah. three members of the toy hall of fame. little people. >> oh, okay. >> dungeons and dragons.
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toy. >> huh. >> they were chosen from 12 finalists, the announcement made at the museum of play in new york. >> the swing is a toy? apparently they were honored for longevity and ability to foster learning, creativity, or discovery or taking children and adults to new heights. >> literally. >> yes. coming up, let's take a moment, just take a moment, relax. this is my motto for life, actually. >> it didn't work. >> that's what's going on in one school. we'll tell you why next.
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meditation. >> go all the way up. >> reporter: along with writing, reading, and math here in inner city baltimore, students study breathing with mindfulness classes woempb into their every day, and if a student acts up, they are sent here to the mindful moment room for a chance to recenter. >> what do you think about? >> happy stuff. >> happy thoughts? >> yeah. >> what's your happy thoughts? >> like, making this a safe place for the kid. was 4. he got shot going to the movies by his house, so every time i get mad, i just breathe. >> reporter: she launched the program in baltimore 15 years ago with two local brothers. >> a lot of overwhelming external stimuli and trauma they face so for them to have tools to self-regulate, manage themselves, emotions, and make them healthier, men tally,
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better for academics. >> reporter: with the combination of movement exercises, breathing, and mindfulness, the kids' behavior slowly changes. >> 95% of my class who goes out for the mindful room, they come back and they'll be at peace and at work. the goal that not only they are at peace for the rest the day, but hopefully the rest of their life. >> take two minutes. that's your day, you know? that's what i say, take a minute. take a minute, stop for a son foundationments to expand the success to all schools across the country, and they are tapping into mindful meditation helping soldiers in war, stressed out executives, and even families at home. in it's great advice for anyone. why are you laughing? >> that is hilarious, the kids are, like, why is this woman still talking? >> i think they were real got participants. >> they were cute. >> so sweet. >> one of the best ever.
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okay. so can you believe thanks giving is two weeks away. >> don't talk about it. oh, my gosh. >> not prepared? >> not ready. >> sorry. i didn't mean to bring it up. >> you know how many pies i have to make? >> how many dinner reservations i have to make. movies this weekend opening the box office. >> we're excited a science fiction thriller, amy adams, a linguistics professor who leads an e elite team investigating a mass alien invasion. >> they need to see me. >> she's walking towards the
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>> now that's a proper introduction. >> oh, my. >> oh. >> that's -- my mother would like this movie. she would. he used to watch "war of the worlds" back in the day. how's this for a rating? 96% certified fresh on rotten tomat tomatoes. >> not seen a movie like that in a long time. >> ev. to put science back in sci-fi without compromising pace or action, and peter calls it this generation's close encounters. the stuff dreams are made of. >> dreams, not christmas movie, tries to bring his dysfunctional family together for the first time since their mother's death, also
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he knows that he's really praying for a christmas miracle. ? ? >> what are you doing? >> i taught you that. i thought you that, baby! >> that's for you, baby. >> somebody got a boyfriend. >> i think a couple. >> so almost christmas could almost be a hit if not for the the critics are mixed. all i want for christmas is my two hours back. come on, why the shame? roger moore called it christmas film comfort food, packed cliches, but an amusing to the most toxic fall in recent american history. >> like soul food. >> exactly. >> we'll see. that's the news this half hour. >> follow us on facebook at
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this morning on "world news now," a second night of protests. >> hundreds of protesters in dozens of cities throughout the u.s. are out in the streets. some demonstrating peacefully against president-elect trump and others turn intoog riots. trump breaks twitter silence. we'll bring you the latest. when worlds collide, oval office between the president and future president, two meet after a long and sorted past, and the woman of the white house having a slightly less stressful timesharing tea. details straight ahead. in florida, desperate shar. details straight ahead. in florida, desperate attempt to rescue a bald eagle stuck in a storm drain. they did what they could to free the majestic bird as prey as another eagle appears to stand guard. honoring heros as a divided nation, hopes to come together, a perfect reason to rally
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and women of the u.s. military. where to find the best deals if you're a service member and lesson from very special vets, that it's never too late to get your diploma. it's friday, november 11th, veterans day. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> and what a day to honor our heros and to be completely blessed because we have the presence of ms. adrienne bankert. >> wow. that is so kind of you and thanks for the slow applause. thank you, jack, for that. if you forget my name, just remember the rocky movie. >> how? >> adrienne. >> oh, wow. that's right. >> oh, you're sleepy. i thought you were playing at first, but i saw the stunned look in your face. >> there's a reference to
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i had no idea. >> just call me "a." >> it is a busy night again, another night of protests across the country. >> the vast majority of the protests taking place on the east and west coast, the largest of which appears to be in portland, oregon where hundreds have taken to the streets in what police are now calling a riot. cars have been smashed at a local dealership, and business windows broken into in the trendy pearl district. >> downtown denver gathered on the grounds of the state capital and marched through the city streets. >> here in new york, smaller crowds gathering outside of trump tower, smaller than the night before, as the president-elect took to twitter to blame the demonstrations on what he called professional protesters incited by the media. wabc's jim dollan was there. >> it was a decidedly smaller crowd, and to be sure not in the mood to give the president-elect
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>> it's not what he did as president, but what he did before. >> he recognized the protesters, tweeted about them, had a very open and successful presidential election, now professional protesters incited by the media are protesting. very unfair. the protesters were determined to be heard. >> this is our freedom of speech. we can join here and protest. >> reporter: the thing is, the election is over. lost in a system -- >> i'm not sure if the election wasn't rigged. >> reporter: that was apparently not rigged, and there were some on fifth avenue who understood that. >> they have to get over the results. he won. he won. >> reporter: the crowd did not block traffic or march down the street, but they stood and shouted to the imposing heights of trump tower, aware they
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here, passionate, frustrated that the election did not go their way. >> our thanks to wabc's jim dollan. the man who will be president sat down with the man who held the job since 2009. donald trump and president obama meeting face-to-face at the white house. >> they talked trash about one another on the campaign trail, but they had never met prior to yesterday. >> wow. >> what was to be a short meeting lasted 90 minutes. the president said the political rivals will work together for the good of the country. >> most of all, i want to emphasize to you that we now are going to want to do everything we can to help you succeed because if you succeed, then the country succeeds. >> well, thank you very much, president obama. this was a meeting that is going to last for maybe 10 or 15 minutes, and we were just going
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i have great respect. the meeting lasted for almost an hour and a half, and it could have, as far as i'm concerned, could have gone longer. we really discussed a lot of different situations, some wonderful, some difficulties. i very much look forward to dealing with the president in the future, including counsel. he's flying assets and some of the really great things that have been achieved. so, mr. president, it was a great honor being with you, and i look forward to being with you many, many more times in the future. >> thank you. >> well, the current and future first ladies sat down with one another. michelle obama and melania trump held a private meeting in the white house residence.
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upcoming duties and looked over biden's policy portfolios including the nato alliance and expanding access to the middle class. biden and pence have been friends since they served in congress together from 2001 until 2009. maybe perhaps a less awkward meeting there. speaking of congress, the president-elect's day included a stop on capitol hill. donald trump and house speaker paul ryan had what ryan called a fantastic, productive meeting. ryan criticized trump at times in the presidential race and never campaigned with him. the house vote tuesday determines whether ryan remains speaker. trump came out of the meeting saying he expects congress to move strongly on a number of issues including health care. as you know on the campaign trail, donald trump called the media disgusting and dishonest. >> right. >> apparently, that vitrol of
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norm, and the press, he left for washington, d.c. without the press. they didn't even give out a schedule. at one point during the day, he disappeared for a full hour. >> he left d.c. to return to new york unannounced. >> yep. >> i think, obviously, we heard the sentiment from donald trump and president obama, they never met before, so some called that meeting in the oval office awkward. the media's relationship with donald trump has not been conventional since day one, so it was a surprise. it was inconvenient to a lot of the journalists there who wanted to kind of follow the story and looking for messages. >> it's normal to have a press pool to travel with the president or president-elect. that didn't happen. have fun over the next four years. >> yeah. >> it's not going to be like any other time before, certainly. moving on, though. talk of a possible deal in the trump university fraud case. the trial set to start later this month and the attorney says
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there's a delay until next year due to the president-elect's transition responsibilities. in the meantime, a ruling could affect trump's defense. the federal judge says he's prepared to deny a request to ban statements made by and about trump during the campaign. the judge says the defense didn't specify what evidence it wants kept out. this from the markets now. the dow jones industrial average opens trading this morning at a new record high, but other indexes are not doing as well after the election. in trading yeste and s&p 500 had only a modest gain. financial companies are doing well, we should point out, based on the president-elect's election promises, and technology household products and utilities are not. some other headlines, we're seeing some new images from the pulse nightclub massacre. cams are review the aftermath. terrified survivors come out of
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images of the scene removed from the video. 49 people died from the rampage, dozens were injured, and they plan to turn the nightclub into a memorial. a big rig fire caused massive traffic delays and authorities shut down the highway. the 60 freeway in the l.a. area, the flames sparked a brush fire that spread to more than two acres before it was no injuries reported. it's up clear what caused the fire in the first place. a bald eagle stuck in a storm drain led to portions of the road being closed in orlando, florida. at first, it appeared another eagle was protecting the eagle, but experts say it's likely the birds were fighting over territory. they had a beef, apparently.
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arrived on the scene. the injured eagle was freed after being stuck for 90 minutes. >> two eagles fought in the sky and dropped into the drain. i pulled over. >> stress and nervous. i ran out of the house. >> who knew that eagles had their own territory. >> they are bold birds. one was stuck because he was trying to take cover from the other one attacking him in the air. >> the crips and blood of the eagle world. cracked her beak and will take six weeks to heal. >> thank goodness for the first responders for animals. there's a number of special deals to celebrate veterans' day. get free meals at bob evans, applebees, and red robin. ihop has free red, white, and blue pancakes, and there's a free lunch combo from 11:00 to 2:00 at little caesar's.
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>> it's good stuff. i like the deep dish. there's a story about little caesars. we'll talk about it later. >> desserts at red lobster and outback and ruby tuesday's, a bunch of places. >> 15% off. >> at outback -- >> through tomorrow. not bad at all. good for them. on this veterans day, it looks like a friedman, but she's run to go greet her father. home from a tour of duty in afghanistan. i will never tire of seeing those faces. and embraces. he surprised her in a pep rally in her school, and she also ambushed his other two children at their schools, and ambushed with hugs. you know. >> look how excited they are. nearly two dozen veterans in california have their high school diplomas. their education was interrupted in world war ii, korea, and
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two of the men were honor ed posthumosley. one feels terrific and feels now he can go to college. >> very sweet. next in the mix, won woman who's been to every country in the world, in a class of her own. >> coming up, michelle and melania meeting the future first lady. what's going to be mrs. trump's legacy? we'll explain just ahead. later, the field of dreams built for one tough new englander. meet the incredible red sox fan that got his very own fenway park in his backyard. >> wow. >> find us on facebook, wnnfans.com. that's wnnfans.com, and on twitter. @abcwnn. you're watching "world news now." twitt twitt
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? the woman best known for her talk show, both of them, queen latifah. there was some u-n-i-t-y on display as first lady michelle obama and melania trump met in the white house. >> after a decade in the spotlight, we know about mrs. obama, and juju chang tells us more about mrs. trump. >> reporter: with a new president comes a new first lady. >> an incredible woman, melania
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obama for tea and a tour of the white house. on january 20th, michelle will pass the torch to the former model who will become the first foreign-born first lady since john adams aem wife, louisa. raised in this small town, locals celebrated by raising american flags. ? >> reporter: the former melania knaus, not your ordinary girl, former alleged boyfriend telling abc news -- >> she was never typical girl. very, very classy. >> reporter: she is even asked by the "new york times" in 1999 when trump first considered a run for office what kind of first lady she would be, replying i would be very traditional, like betty ford or jackie kennedy. despite the foreshadowing,
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>> isn't he the best? >> reporter: telling barbara walters, she's busy being a mother. >> a support my husband 100%, but we have a 9-year-old son together, baron, and i'm raising him. >> reporter: just last week, finally giving the world a glimpse at what her future cause as first lady may be. >> we have to find a better way to talk to each other. >> reporter: cyber bullying. >> it's very bad out there and children get hurt. >> our thanks to juju chang, and after looking at the white house, she said, oh, looks like a fixer upper. coming up, a smaller version of fenway park built in the backyard for one of boston's biggest fans. you're watching "world news now." "world news now" continues
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it reminds us of all once was good and could be again. oh, it will come, ray. people will most definitely come. >> oh, that famous scene from "field of dreams" setting us up for another field of dreams. >> set up in the backyard in a town of windsor, connecticut, specifically for a special boy. >> his favorite team is the bost r dreams had to be fenway park. we have more now from abc's david muir. >> there you go! >> reporter: thomas hastings loved baseball since he was a little boy. he was born with muscular dystrophy and making playing ball difficult, and he spent most of the time in his jersey and wheelchair. he attended his first game at 3 years old. when granted a wish at make a
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field. hundreds of volunteers and strangers coming together to build thomas his own miniature fenway park right in his backyard. they cleared the yard, levelled the playing field, and added the famous citgo sign and, of course, the green monster. >> unlike so many other places that have restrictions and obstacles, there's nothing here that he can't do. >> reporter: just 34 days to build and opening day. >> here he comes out of the bull pen now to relieve. >> it was exciting when i first stepped on to the field. i was starting to think this is real, and it's not a dream. it's real. >> if you can tune out the negativity, you can really find that there's some amazing people out there, completely selfless, completely willing to jump in and do what they need to do to
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so this is a woman after my own heart. not referring to you -- well, you, yeah. >> i like the story. >> it's beautiful. >> i like it. >> this 27-year-old woman is trying to become the first female ever to visit every country on earth. she's doing good so far. she's already visited 181 countries since july of of last whoa. >> those are the shots i was telling you and why she's sponsored to go to the countries. >> she's traveling, and, apparently doing yoga and working out. only 15 countries to go in 40 days to beat the world record to be the fastest to see all countries around the world. >> very, very impressive. let's go to the next story. i love, love seeing people dance like no one's watching.
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who's mom is this? this basketball fan at a golden state warriors game really just working it. yeah. >> she's become a sensation, hasn't she? >> the video viral. she jumped up when they got the 31-point lead, and she proved they have the most lawyer. >> shake what you mama gave you. ? ? ? ? ?
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for the past several days and it looks to continue through the start of next week. after a chilly start to saturday, with lows in the upper 20s and lower 30s we jump to near 60 on sunday. dry weather and above normal conditions continue through next week. have a great night. tonight: mostly clear. wind: nw 5-15. low: 39 tomorrow: mostly sunny. wind: n 10-20. high: 54 tom. night: clear and colder. wind: light. low: 28 saturday: sunny. high: 52 low: 28 sunday: mostly sunny. high: 59 low: 35 monday: mostly sunny. high: 57 low: 39 tuesday: partly cloudy. high: 59 low: 41 wednesday: mostly sunny. high: 60 low: 40 thursday: partly cloudy.
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high: 52 low: 49 for "good morning america" later. making news in america this friday morning, breaking news right now. more protests in cities across the country. the demonstrations against president-elect donald trump getting more violent. transition of power underway. the sit-down inside the oval office. trump meets president obama for the first time, and melania trump sitting down with michelle obama. what was discussed at house and on capitol hill. and the trump team's one big break from what past presidents have done. >> we're reading the body language and expert analysis from the trump/obama meeting. what their eye contact and seating position said. and caught on camera, a car smashes through a store. a customer inside inches away from getting hit.

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