Skip to main content

tv   Fox 13 News  FOX  November 10, 2016 11:30pm-12:00am EST

11:30 pm
their 15th powerplay goal, the most in the nhl, and then brian boyle nets one, and will the lightning go on to win it 4-1 the final. and on to football, and we'll likely have doug martin back this week, but still without shepherd and canville. they are back to pull defensive guys and now they need to go out and examine suit defensively, because they've giving up nearly 111 yards combined in the last two games. defensive coordinator mike smith says he has to turn things around, beginning this week against the chicago bears. >> we've got to do a better job
11:31 pm
out and examine suit, and that t we've spent time in the mini bye we just experienced looking at what our guys do best and what gives us the best opportunity to stop them, because again guys, you've seen it, i've seen it, we've lived it, it's not acceptable. >> i then the fox new york team takes over and lea leads us to the gae all right here at fox 13. bucs.- a full slate of football. >> the best seat in the house? your sofa. >> and we can just chalk it up, the bears are going down, and you heard it here first.
11:32 pm
that doesn't happen, but you remember the video of the wheelchair-bound boy trying to stand for the flag. >> well, tonight he has a new wheelchair which will allow him to stand. he tried to stand up as the flag passed him during his homecoming parade, well, a group called the standing company was so inspired by that they built eric this new him the assistance he needs. >> it was very impressive, the fact that he wants to honor the flag in the best way he could at the time just by standing up. >> eric was born with spina bifida, a congenital condition that impacts the development of the back bone, and until today,
11:33 pm
new stand-up wheelchair and he will now be able to -- i love that, look at that! >> good enough. >> technology. >> wonderful. and a good neat note to end a d night on. >> that is true. >> i need to end, clearly. >> money, power, and politics is next. from all of us here at f dunkin's sweet black pepper bacon sandwich is back with twice the crispy, caramelized peppered bacon. experience a breakfast sandwich made for bacon lovers.
11:34 pm
11:35 pm
be noisy. be silent. be near. be far. be joyful. be together. celebrate joy with dunkin's holiday-flavored coffees, espressos, and donuts. america runs on dunkin'. president obama still
11:36 pm
but he said he had an excellent meeting with the president elect. >> if you succeed then the country succeeds. >> we'll show you how the transition is plague out and how the trump revolution will shake up both parties. in our political hall of fame aaron shock is back to remind voters of what they hate in washington. >> taylor swift haters are going to hate. [singing] >> ? shake it off ? >> this politics. here you go. here is the picture. the moment of the day. who would have thought in both cases. let's go back to 2007. the democratic establishment thought it was inconceivable that senator obama would be president. then the republican establishment thought the same thing. then we go eight years in time and you have the republican
11:37 pm
nomination and the democratic establishment, no way will he ever be president. yet one succeeds the other. merissa what does that tell you about the establishment of both parties in washington? >> they are trying to make ends meet here and try to be cordial and get things moving. they have to put their differences aside to make this thing work. they discuss a wide variety of issue and topics and that's the start of what they hope will be a smooth transition o transition of power. it started more than a year ago. the white house was planning on moving to whoever the next president would be. that's what a big part of this meeting today between the president and president elect is all about. clueing in president like trump was already in the works. specifically, what he needs for a smooth transition as he takes office in january. no, they did not take questions from reporters here. imagine the questions they would
11:38 pm
but they also struck a very positive cord on this and said they look forward to working together in the future. here's a look. >> i've been very encouraged 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 and i believe that it is important for all of us, regardless of party and regardless of political reference, to now come together, work together to deal with the many challenges that we face. >> this was a meeting that was going to last more maybe ten or fifteen minutes. we were just going to get to know each other. we had never met each other. i have great respect.
11:39 pm
hour and a half and it could have gone on for longer. we really discussed a lot of different situations. some wonderful and some difficulties. i very much look forward to dealing with the president in the future, including council, and i look forward to being with you many, many more times in the future. >> wow. >> what difference a week makes in all of this. it shows how americans despite all that was said can come together. this is just the first of several meetings, was it not? >> yeah. the future first lady melania trump met with the first lady, michelle obama. then they also met with the house speaker paul ryan at the capitol grounds. it's another big moment for the president elect trump meeting with house speaker paul ryan. the two really haven't seen eye to eye in the past. they came together this
11:40 pm
trump the lay of the land in washington, d.c. check that out. just amazing video. along with the, future first lady and vice president speaker ryan took trump over the speakers balcony where trump will take the oath of office and sworn in as the a 45th president of the united states. they did not take questions from the press today. they both did acknowledge they are eager to work together. >> think about the tension that those two had, as before the election and the back and forth. the push and pull. there would still be push and pull between the two as they feel each other out. they have a common agenda but also some competing interests, as well. as it relates to foreign policy, let's get into this. you have the president elect, who not so long ago said he knows more about isis than do the generals. >> yeah. as the commander and chief, president elect trump, he's going to inherit all these
11:41 pm
that's happening within the country that's outside of u.s. borders. that includes that humanitarian crisis is syria. >> that takes us to john huddy is looking at what the president elect is up against. >> u.s. back kurdish forces fighting back a foors isis counter attack this week as they push toward the ter roor group capitol in syria. thr 30 miles north of r o occa and advancing >> they have imprisoned women. imprisoned as though they do not want women to go out. they see a woman not wearing black an take her identification card. >> the fight continues as a warning of a humanetarian disaster saying they don't have enough food, blankets or clothing to make it through the winter. that could be an up tick in the civilian death toll. >> the fifth war winter is starting in syria.
11:42 pm
worst in this cruel war. >> the un making clear it expects u.s. involvement in the crisis to continue during the trump administration. but the president elect has hinted that he may side with russia in the ongoing conflict and end the official u.s. stance calling for the removal. fighters on the ground say no matter where u.s. policy falls they'll continue to oppose the regime. >> to be honest the new predecessors. these are characters who come and go but the american policy does not change. >> the u.s. military is providing heavy air cover for the northern offensive. there are around 30 thousand kurdish fighters involved and the operation is expected to take months. in jerusalem, fox news. let's shift gears to our political hall of shame. we have an inductee each year.
11:43 pm
aaron shock. >> shock was the illinois congressman who railed on washington spending but had spending problems of his own. >> those spending problem, if you're not familiar or don't remember, let's start with a little refresher of aaron shock and his days in washington. >> aaron shock is not a prince but played one in congress. >> i've never been an old crusty white guy. >> crusty old white guys had th gracing us with adventures on instagram and royal disdain when reporters asked why he was blowing money on private flights and other indulgences for himself. >> amazing what interests people. >> he only spent a hundred thousand dollars sprucing up his offices and thought his lobby just suited his taste. >> you know as taylor swift
11:44 pm
>> self-entightment and free spending. >> i think the hard working taxpayers expect us to deal with washington spending problem. > yep. and that kind of hypocrisy drove the trump revolution. shock now indicted by a federal grand jury on charges of wire fraud and theft of government funds among other things. 24 counts in total. his attorneys say the charges are a misuse of power by the justice department. let's look at what we have we are a long way from finished. we're going to take a closer look at vice president elect mike pence. what his role will be, how much clout he'll have and what he's saying about donald trump. >> rick scott chimes in on what issues president elect trump will have to get on top of
11:45 pm
er about your cereal. general mills big g cereals hear you. that's why we say "yes" to whole grains as our first ingredient. and "no way" to high fructose corn syrup. ? in every honey nut "o". every lucky charms spoonful. and every cinnamon toast crunch square. ? you can feel good about general mills big g cereals. now at havertys furniture, it's our veterans day preview. where you can create the perfect home. from now until november 14th, you'll save an extra one-hundred to one-thousand dollars. it's our gift to you. plus, you'll enjoy twenty-four month, no-interest financing.
11:46 pm
mom...have you seen my iguana? the veterans day preview is on now at havertys. life looks good. the list of establishment office guard. remember when he picked mike pence as the running mate an the establishment saying what has pence done. here he is trying to defend trump. his stock is going down. what was he thinking. pence is thinking tonight pretty smart. he did okay. >> he feels good. i think he's feeling good. >> i think at this point we need to take a closer look at what pence is saying about donald trump. it gives us a clue if terms of what his role will be in
11:47 pm
how much clout he'll have in the white house. >> according to pence trump embodies the person that needs to pave the way for america. >> i'm proud to stand with donald trump. to travel with this man in florida and across the country is to see the kind of leader that i truly do believe the collective wisdom of the people of our party was right. donald trump provides the broad shouldered leadership that's going to have america standing tall in the world again. he's going to rebuild our military and marine corp. that cuts close to home for me. and rebuild our economy with time honored traditions of less taxes, less red tape, more american energy and common sense toughness in our trade deals that will make sure that international trade is working for american workers. that's the kind of leadership people are responding in donald trump. >> the trump revolution sets up florida governor scott for
11:48 pm
>> we have a pretty good guess. we'll see if he changes his mind. but he did not shut down talk of running for the united states senate in 2018. in fact, tonight since he nailed our big prediction for this years race. let's roll our predwiks after the election. >> let's predict that here in 2016, that rick scott will challenge senator bill nelson in 2018. and trump could return the favor by money behind scott in an off year when republicans tend to win the turnout battle. remember, scott shared a pack that raised $20 million to elect donald trump. >> yeah. and that's not chump change. scott's constant refrain, we heard it year after year. jobs, jobs, jobs. tonight rick scott is paying the biggest compliment i think he can pay possibly to the president elect by saying that he and trump are on the exact
11:49 pm
scott's favorite topic. >> i think the biggest thing is turning the economy around. look at what's happening in florida. we turned those around but nationally the economy is soft. you can't do anything you have money for defense. you don't have money for security. you don't have any money if you don't turn this economy around. the first focus has to be how do we reduce taxes. how do we reduce the obama regulation and get this country going again so there's jobs like in florida all country. we have $250,000 open in our state. that's why people move here. we have to do the same for the rest of the country. i think donald trump is going to focus on jobs, jobs, jobs. >> senator rubio isn't as close to the president. >> not as close. he said he would serve as a check to the president's power. in fact, he said he had big problems with donald trump and he wanted to stand up to him in the senate if trump won. >> well, he said a little bit more than that. >> yeah.
11:50 pm
artist that would bring harm to his party. >> and he made fun of the size of his hands. >> suggesting trump wet his pants one time and he can't be trusted with the nuclear coateds. while he said those things he said he stood by those things. >> now rubio says it's time to move beyond that and break the gridlock in washington. >> well, it's important for the country. it's not the republican party or the democratic party. the election is over. political about politics we're focused on governing. we have to be able to do what needs to be done to make this country better. it's time to come together. we'll have an election in two years but it's time to do our job and go back to washington and get things done on behalf of the country and all of our people. >> the months and months of campaigning between president elect trump and hillary clinton left a nation divided. >> left the republican party divided to a certain extent. the next question where does the republican establishment, the
11:51 pm
fall in line. they probably will. you have to get some clues from what ryan privus is saying. >> we can't make america great without all of us coming to the and remembering we're on the same team. politics is tough and this election was unbelievable and it was tough and thats si. but nobody, including me. i can say president elect trump, wants to continue acting like we're still in a campaign. we're not. we need and come together. >> all right. coming up we dug up old video on this throw back thursday. we'll take you back to 2011 when president obama poked fun at the president elect donald trump.
11:52 pm
z262bz zy6z
11:53 pm
know it at the time... but five years ago-- president obama merissa, we did not know this at the time. but five years ago president obama may have launched the trump >> trump does not like to be embarrassed and president obama humiliated him on national tv. >> he was promoting the birther moouchl and obama was mythed by that. >> the president got pay back at the correspondence dinner roasting trump like don rick ls. >> those who know trump say they may have inspired him to get his revenge by running obama out of the white house.
11:54 pm
course of history. >> there's a vicious rumor floating around that i think could really hurt mitt romney. i heard he passed universal healthcare when he was governor of massachusetts. [clapping] >> someone should get to the bottom of that. i know just the guy to do it, donald trump. he's here tonight. [cheering] some flak lately but no one is happier. no one is prouder to put this birth certificate matter to rest than the donald. and that's because he can finally get back to focusing on the issues that matter. like did we fake the moon landing. [clapping]
11:55 pm
say what you will about mr. trump, he certainly would bring some change to the white house. let's see what we've got up there. >> as you saw, trump did not laugh and people with him say he was fuming. >> the record on this. they've gone on the air and think that lit the fire in trump to stop talking about he talked and talked about it and actually do it for a change. then what happened is this >> five years later he got the last laugh by seceding obama and taking the keys to the white house. >> we're wrapping things up. i want something different. i'm going to put you on the spot. we have other things coming up, to. president obama greeted some royalty at the white house. how he hit it off with king james and how that relates to a travesty of justice for the
11:56 pm
z25eiz z16fz
11:57 pm
z25ehz z16fz okay. here we have president obama greeting the cleveland cavaliers. good for them. but you know what strikes me about this, merissa? what happened to the world champion bucks. what's the deal? >> they said it would come later and they never got around to it. here we have.
11:58 pm
>> this is a challenge to president elect trump. let's make history right. bring the bucks back together here. we have 15 seconds. look at this video. what do you have we have here? >> this is the wax museum in london. they are creating the head of donald trump. you can see it looks pretty good. >> that's our something different. before we go, what is that up in the upper left? i can't speak french well? >> i'm going to attempt this. >> nicely played. i didn't know you french. thank you so much for joining us. that is our show. we'll see you tomorrow night. that is our show. we'll see you tomorrow night. take care. everything you need to know about life, you can learn from granola. keep it simple. make every piece count. let other people know what you're made of. always be real.
11:59 pm
12:00 am
captions paid for by the fox broadcasting company welcome to "dish nation." we have two great things to tell you about. first thing it's theirs thursday. >> yes, thursday. yes. >> after a month or so of being preempted by baseball, >> yes, yes. >> plus we have a "dish nation" exclusive for you all. is prince harry suiting up for his acting debut in the u.s.? we'll have more on that. first our boy bad brad. brad pitt, that is. he's been officially cleared of any wrongdoing by the department of children and family services in the child abuse investigation. >> good. >> good. >> this will probably help in his efforts to get joint custody


info Stream Only

Uploaded by TV Archive on