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breaking news on "world news now," protesters hope to have their voices heard. thousands in the streets snarling traffic, lighting fires, refusing to accept the outcome of the presidential election. middle of the anger. >> president obama and president-elect donald trump are getting ready to meet later today, but after spending months trading barbs on the campaign trail, can they see eye-to-eye? the legal crown growing over the president-elect. >> dozens of lawsuit that donald trump may face as well as that irs audit even after he's sworn into office. finding that silver lining, the glimmer of hope that one celebrity's finding in the wake
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surprise. it's thursday, november 10th. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> could it be that four states legalizing marijuana? >> i'm sure there's a few people happy about that. >> maybe snoop was happy about that. >> fro testers happy about that? sure. >> well, we'll just say they were a little angry in dozens of cities. >> passi today. >> coast to coast. >> protesters took the outrage of the election of donald trump to the streets, estimated 10,000 people tieing up traffic in man hat p marching to trump tower where the new president-elect spent the night. protesters were arrested. >> a bonfire in oakland, california where demonstrators gathered for a second consecutive night. police used tear gas to control the crowds of thousands.
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and some in philadelphia and boston made the same point. >> a lot of people will be affected by the things that donald trump has already said, and, you know, we want to show them across the world we don't stand with that, and it's important for us to, like, be out here so everybody sees it. >> hurts my heart people i love are fearful of their lives and livelihoods. >> more than half the country, more than half the votes went to hillary clinton, and that's an important thing. >> several cities along coast in addition to oakland saw protests including seattle. large groups marched through downtown streets just as many workers were trying to make their way home. tension of the demonstration increased when a shooting took place there in downtown seattle. earlier, we spoke about all of this with our reporter. >> so, jeff, what can you tell us about the scene there? >> reporter: well, at the
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through the downtown core of seattle. this was at the height of rush hour. people trying to get out of town after getting off work were stuck in an absolute standstill because of the group moving through the city. >> were police prepared for this or did it seem impromptu protest? >> reporter: started as a rally in the downtown park, people there to hear speakers speak in protest of donald trump, but that quickly grew to several thousand and started moving. prepared, but as the crowd grew and grew, it seemed like they were overwhelm at times, but they did do a good job of keeping the peace as we heard. no rortsz of violent, vandalism, or arrests. >> seem like the city is preparing for more of this? >> reporter: i don't know about more of this, but they are no stranger to protests. the seattle police department handled a lot of these things going back. >> it was not related to it, but you get a sense the shooting
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the city was on edge when that happened? >> reporter: oh, yes. this happened just a block away from where the protests started, and it was at a bus stop just outside of the convenience store, and we confirmed from police that it was completely unrelated to the donald trump protests. initially, people were not sure what to make of things. >> all right, thanks, jeff there in seattle. thank you. >> not a problem. >> you see the scene there, five people shot at jeff was referring to in seattle, but unrelated to the protests. now, south of there in downtown los angeles, anti-trump protesters shut down a major freeway in both directions. further north, some high school students in berkley, california left class and marched to the university of california campus to protest the election. students in des moines, iowa sung in unison after walking out of their classes. teachers were told to let the kids protest and express
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president obama has invited his successor to the white house today in one of the first steps to aim for a peaceful transition of power. >> the president and donald trump have been openly and bitterly critical of each other. now they are calling for unity. here's the president and vice president biden meeting with staffers yesterday to talk about the election telling them to keep their heads up. >> abc's arlette saenz has more from good morning. >> reporter: something they never imagined, welcoming donald trump to the white house as the next president. it's not going to be an easy meeting, well documented that president obama thinks donald trump is up fit to be commander in chief and donald trump promised to undo president obama's legacy, but today, president obama will put aside those differences. here he was in the rose garden yesterday. >> we are now all rooting for success in uniting and leading the country.
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is one of the hallmarks of our democracy. over the next few months, we are going to show that to the world. >> reporter: now part of the transition involves intelligence briefings. as president-elect, donald trump can now receive the exact same daily intelligence briefings as president obama. meeting in the residence of the white house today, first lady michelle obama and future first lady, melania trump. over the campaign, likes michelle obama, of course we heard that after she borrowed the first lady's speech. >> it looks like hillary clinton will win the popular vote despite the loss in the electoral college. she struck a tone conceding to trump calling on supporters to accept the outcome of the election saying, quote, we owe him an open mind and a chance to lead. clinton also acknowledged her defeat was excruciatingly painful.
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gets to work, he's facing the daunting task of filling out the cabinet and top officials, likely to include familiar names for attorney general and secretary of state. trump has made sweeping promises for his first 100 days in office including repealing obamacare. as the republican retained solid com of the congress, house speaker paul ryan called trump's victory the most incredible political feat of his lifetime and vowed running. mitch mcconnell said republicans are ready to work with trump to change the course of this country. world leaders react to donald trump's victory. one of the first to weigh in, vladimir putin. the russian president is looking forward to easing tensions with the u.s. once trump takes office. the president elect took criticism for praising putin on the campaign trail, and the russian leader is looking forward to restoring fully fledged relations.
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syria conflict. me mexico's conflict and the president-elect agreed to meet in the transition period. donald trump promised to build a wall along the border and make men mexico pay for it. they'll discuss the relationship of the two nations, and they spoke in august as trump made a surprise visit to mexico city. >> the election subplot of local kid makes good is playing out thousands of miles away. >> the town in switzerland is celebrating melania trump and her new roll come january 20th as first lady. the prime minister tweeted congratulations, and she's the second first lady born outside of north america. louisa adams, wife of john quincey adams, was the first. >> trivia. >> and he's the youngest presidential son since jfk, jr.
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presidential facts all lined up. >> maybe. just dropping a little knowledge on you. did i say that fast enough so it was not noticeable? >> you did. >> oh, it was a lot hotter the first time. >> i think. >> i don't know. coming up, what the simpsons predicted about a trump presidency 16 years ago. simpsons predicted that prediction that came true. >> dozens even after being sworp into office. first, a look at today's forecast. "world news now" weather brought to you by united health care. approaching medicare eligibility? don't put off checking out your medicare options until 65. now is a good time to get the ball rolling. medicare only covers about eighty percent of
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we're back with live pictures there from downtown los angeles late at night there, early in the morning in east coast here, and you can see protesters have shut down both directions of all lanes on the 101 freeway there. demonstrating against the election of donald trump. >> that's right. traffic there is backed up for miles, and authorities hav n provided a timetable for when they think the highway will reopen, but quite a saep there in l.a. tonight. this was one of several california cities where anti-trump demonstrations were held late spoo the night as well as other cities around the country. we saw this in seattle, chicago, boston, here in new york. >> we are told that police there why los angeles started to make some arrests, taking some people into custody, but you can tell it is causing quite a nightmare there in los angeles. we're going to keep an eye on this.
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face more than protests after being sworn in office. >> hillary clinton ran for president under the threat of investigation, and now it's trump's turn as he faces potentially dozens of lawsuits as well as the irs audit. here's brian ross. >> reporter: investigators and lawyers tonight say donald trump could find himself under oath in dozens of lawsuits, even after he takes the oath of office to become president. >> would you state name for the record, plead? >> reporter: among the most serious lawsuits? allegations of fraud involving trump university with the trial set to begin later this month. students who paid the $35,000 fee claim they were falsely told by trump he personally selected them. >> these are people hand picked by me. >> reporter: trump's business interests may create conflicts for the soon-to-be president. in the mess of the campaign, he took time off to promote his
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opening a new hotel in washington. he and his children sought investments with controversial overseas figures, and ethics experts say the plan to let his children run his empire as though it was a blind trust is not blind at all. brian ross, abc news, new york. >> when we come back, how the simpsons predicted a donald trump presidency 16 years ago. >> she couldn't smile for six
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i watch news coverage all night last night, and it was especially interesting to watch the change in tone as the night progressed. they started out upbeat, but as the evening went on, results came in, every anchor looked like a child slowly realizes that no one was showing up to his ? ? >> it is the skinny. we're going to start with another creepy prediction from the simpsons a decade and a half into the future. >> so last month, we showed you how the show predicted this year's winner of the nobel prize in economics six years ago. well, now it turns out the simpsons predicted a trump presidency 16 years ago. >> as we know, we've inherited a
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>> we're broke. >> the country is broke? how can that be? >> well, remember when the last administration decided to invest in our nation's children? big mistake. >> the breakfast program created super strong criminals. >> basketball taught them to function without sleep. >> so earlier this year, simpsons writer explained why he predicted a trump presidency back in 2000 saying at the time, his idea of america going insane. >> just the fact he was able to predict -- >> oh, my word. >> the nobel prize winner and now this, i want to know what the lottery numbers are going to be, please. >> it is freaky. >> one celebrity looking on the bright side. >> in the wake of his personal election disappointment, the rap legend snoop dogg who performed for hillary clinton at the democratic national convention tweeted out the album cover of
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solace. and while he focused on the obamas and the political successes of the recent past. >> he also appealed to his friend, drake, on hooking him up with property in canada. in the end, he found a silver lining, california's legalization of recreational marijuana. >> exactly. so there you go. while we're getting words of wisdom from america's newest and most accidental celebrity, the most famously bone. >> ken bone. >> ken bone. tweeted out a reassurance to worried americans congratulating trump and urging everyone to come together and move forward. >> here you thought you wouldn't get good use of the t-shirt. a month after ordering it. >> past the 15 minutes. >> well done, kendis. did you do the story just for that? >> i hope. >> next to a stunning new
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>> the live host in the past openly credited botox to maintain her youth, but on yesterday's show during a chat with fox news anchor, megyn kelly, she admitted a year ago she got botched botox leaving her unable to smile for six months. >> tough for someone who does what kelly piripa does and need to smile on tv. she said the worst part is it affected her good side, so for she said she had two bad sides. i don't believe that. she doesn't have a bad side, but she says botox changed her life and cut her getting ready time in half. >> 16 seconds to camera three without smiling. ha-ha! >> you didn't even try. >> try again. >> i tried really hard.
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timely, the celebrity photo bomb for sofia vergara. the "modern family" star shared this instagram with her 11 million viewers. >> the celebrity's very first world problem happened while the quarterback visited the set for a taping of an episode that he'll be in in january. >> okay. after showing off the vocal skills last week at the cma awards, this "modern family" mark his first ever acting role. >> no problems smiling, apparently. >> do you want to try again? >> can i cheat like this. >> yeah. i try not to make you laugh. >> if everybody else saw the dance moves just then, they'd understand why i can't keep a straight face. it's not fair. kelly ripa could have used you. >> coming up, america's first lady in waiting.
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? ? it'll be okay. >> a look at lady liberty this morning, but we're talking about a different lady, the woman set to become america's second first lady born outside of the united states. >> formally communist country and said she was inspired by the election of ronald reagan when she was a girl. here's more. >> reporter: melania trump decked in white taking a late night victory lap with her husband, donald, the 46-year-old immigrant, now the first foreign-born first lady since john adams's wife, loisa. the road to the white house, neg
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she met trump in 1998 while modelling in new york, marrying in 2005, and welcomed a son a year later. she said he was the reason she was largely absent from the campaign trail. >> my prior ity is our son, andi support him 100%. >> reporter: in july, greeted warmly taking the stage at the republican national convention. but her words widely criticized for bearing striking to michelle's obama 2008 dnc speech. >> you work hard for what you want in life. >> that your word is your bond, that you do what you say you're going to do. >> that your word is your bond, and you do what you say. >> reporter: after that, she kept a lower profile, but last week, hit the battleground state of pennsylvania to campaign for her husband showing the voters her personal side. >> i'm an immigrant, and let me
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america more than me. >> reporter: revealing one of her biggest platforms as first lady will be combatting cyber bullying. >> we have to find a better way to talk to each other. >> in this 21st century, what's going on, it's very hurtful to children, some adults as well, but we have to take care of children. >> hard to keep away from the kids. >> it is, but we have to teach them how to use it, what's right to say, what's not right to say, and because it's very bad out there, and children get hurt. >> reporter: abc news, new york. and she says overall, she'd like to focus on women's issues and children's issues when the family is not white house. >> meeting with the first lady later on this morning at the white house. >> all right. don't miss our updates on facebook at wnnfans >> coming up, more news from abc. this is abc's "world news now" informing insomniacs for
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making news in america this morning, breaking overnight, people filling the streets in america's cities protesting president-elect trump. >> crowds set fires, blocked freeways and gathered at trump's buildings all across the country. >> we're here this morning. >> i'm terrified. >> the tru we're just hours away from the president-elect's oval office meeting with president obama. plus, lawsuits trump is still facing and reaction from overseas. a good thursday morning. we begin with what's been a night of unrest as anti-donald trump protests erupted in 20 city as cross the country.


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