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breaking news overnight, protests from coast to coast over the results of the 2016 election. >> transfer of power. president elect trump set to meet with president obama and then house speaker paul ryan in a matter of hours. good morning, everyone. welcome to early start. >> nice to see you. it is thursday, november 10th. 3:00 a.m. in the east. welcome to our viewers all around the world. the breaking news? protests in cities across the country including some happening right now. these are protests against the results of the election, against the man that american voters picked to be the 45th president of the united states, donald trump. in dozens of cities from boston, massachusetts, to portland, oregon, demonstrators said not
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my president, not today. in lax they brought traffic to a standstill on a major freeway. earlier they set fire to giant trump piniata. in new york as many as 5,000 rallied in front of trump tower. >> trump will reenact harsher stop and frisk laws that will put so many people back into prison. also deep fear at the sexism that will be bubbling throughout the united states. >> as a woman and as a latina, i feel very upset and oppressed. >> thousands also gathered in front of chicago's trump tower blocking traffic in lake shore drive there. there were demonstrations also in front of white house. you can see this is a candle light vigil over night. people chanted and sang songs. thousands of people also watched
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this on facebook live. >> we'll continue to monitor the situations. a seismic shift in washington. the transfer of power to the trump administration. about 10 weeks until president elect trump is inaugurated. he has to make more than 4,000 executive branch appointments. more than 1,000 of them requiring senate confirmation. president obama meets with president elect trump in the white house. good morning. >> reporter: this is the first real meeting that president obama and now president elect donald trump will have ever had. we all know, of course, their storied relationship from donald trump's role in the birther movement to president obama's fiery rhetoric on the campaign trail, and white house fishes openly admit that they say this is not an easy meeting for president obama to have today. that said, the white house also says president obama is very
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committed her e to making sure this is a senate transition of power, and this is something president obama spoke about in the rose garden yesterday. >> i'm looking forward to doing everything i can to make sure that the next president is successful in that. i've said before i think of this job as being a relay runner. you take the baton, you run your best race, and hopefully by the time you hand it off you're a little further ahead. you've made a little progress, and i can say that we've done that, and i want to make sure that hand off is well executed, because ultimately we're all on the same team. >> and melania trump will be meeting privately with the first lady in the white house. a lot of meetings. for mike pence and donald trump, mike pence will meet with joe biden, and trump and pence will
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sit down with speaker of the house, paul ryan. a lot on the agenda today, and so many of the meetings symbolically important to them. the transition starts fresh today. >> starts today with lots and lots of work to do and a lot of appointments to make. >> as far as filling the key jobs in a trump administration, campaign sources say they will likely go to loyal trump supporters who, quote, took a lot of crap for supporting him. some are newt gingrich, rudy giuliani. the transition chairman himself, chris christie, said to be under consideration for chief of staff for foreiattorney general. it's there's moments of chaos. a lot of times names are floated as rewards to these people and their loyalty. so all these people have been out on tv talking nonstop.
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you want to say we're going to float your name. >> here's the question. is the bench as deep for the appointments? there were republicans who did not back donald trump. . >> that's right. it depends on how much trump wants to expand the field of play. if he keeps it as just people who worked hard for his candidacy, it's a narrower group. they weren't all there necessarily. but he may decide to go deeper. people who haven't been involved in government. >> two of donald trump's most outspoken critics are offering olive branches. bernie sanders and elizabeth warren campaigned hard for hillary clinton and battered trump throughout the campaign. warren writes president elect trump promised to rebuild our economy for working people, and i offer to put aside our differences and work with him on that task. when he takes on the leader of
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our democracy and all americans, it's my hope he will fulfill that role with respect. here's bernie sanders. to degree mr. trump is serious about improving the lives of working family, i am prepared to work with him. to the degree that he pursues racist, sexist, kpeen phobic and anti-environment policies we will oppose him. >>. >> not on climate. >> not on climate change. >> joe biden made his first public comments following the trump victory. he was trying to reassure jewish leaders about the u.s. commitment to israel in a trump administration. biden spoke to the world jewish congress and vowed that american support will not waiver. >> i stand here to tell you that i have no doubt, none whatsoever
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that in the trump administration there will be no less support as a consequence of this transition. even if the new administration were inclined to reduce the commitment, which it is not, the congress would never let it happen. the american people would never let it happen. >> a subdued joe biden. >> absolutely. a lot of people saying maybe he regrets not running himself. biden at least last night said he was responding to concerns for jewish friends who were anxious about the change oh of power following this campaign. >> all right. donald trump's coat tails are not long enough to include the new york new hampshire who conceded to maggie hassan. it's interesting. three of the most high profile
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candidates who lost, they all actually split from trump. they didn't really ride his coat tails on purpose. >> no. in fact, i think trump supporters will look at that and say there was a cost. there was a cost to splitting from trump. >> kellyanne conway for a long time said some of the people running the races trying to distance themselves from donald trump are making a mistake. >> politically speaking, it seems they did. they lost by hundreds of votes. it turns out hillary clinton right now is leading. i think we declared new hampshire for hillary clinton. it is interesting. nevada another example. clearly it did not help the candidate to split. >> roy cooper declared victory in the race for governor. state election officials are saying it's too close to call. cooper is some 5000 votes ahead with 100% of the precincts reporting.
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the race could hinge on tens of thousands of an abstentee ballots. the campaign plane used by tim kaine, you can see it right here, being stripped down. workers peeled off the lettering off the side of the aircraft. we are told the secret service detail drove tim kaine and his family home, and then left. >> there's nothing like the morning after. >> there's the romney documentary on netflix. that's one of the most poignant moments. he's dropped off, and then the secret service leaves. >> and you're left after all that activity alone with your thoughts. >> tim kaine is the one person involved in this, he has a day job. he's a u.s. senator from virginia, and he's got to decide what role he wants to take in the senate. whether he wants to choose to be
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a national leader for the democratic party. let's talk about wall street. a welcome to donald trump after all that freakout in the global markets right after the election. the dow jumping 256 points. that's about 1.4 %. really flirting with record highs all session. it is now just 46 points away from hitting an all time high. one not even meaningful rally and a record high. why the stark turn around from that nearly 9 00 point drop in futures as trump was winning the race? the upbeat mood is due in part to the victory and concession speech. trump raising hopes of raising the economy and scrapping extreme positions, plus the gop retained control of congress. it will help get things done. it is assumed like maybe tax reform and infrastructure.
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the buying actually accelerated after clinton's graceful concession, and her emphasis on unity. now, more gains are possible today. dow futures are higher. stock markets in europe just opened. and in asia with the huge losses overnight, they turned around and had some recovery here. i think i can with great certainty predict uncertainty for the next weeks but that shows you markets are not as freaked out about the potential for a trump presidency. >> investors saw some certainty. our strong point is peaceful transition of power, and investors saw a full republican sweep. you'll see deregulation, infrastructure, spending tax cuts. >> they don't care as much about deficits as some people. >> not in your terms? >> the idea there may be spending and tax cuts at the same time. now that the election is over,
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looking at live pictures right now. this is the remnants of the protests and the demonstrations going on from coast to coast overnight. people upset about the results of election. people chanting in some cities. from boston to los angeles to oregon. some people chanting not my president, not today. and this is from los angeles where they blocked briefly the 101. traffic was brought to a sta standstill a little while ago. i'm having a hard time making out what's happening, but there's clearly police activity or maybe a sit in on the streets right there. >> at one point in portland there were cars stopped and people half watching and other people stopping their cars and protesting and trying to stop traffic.
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earlier there were schools in des moines, iowa, a high school where kids were distraught, sobbing, leaving their classrooms joining hands outside. this is something continuing into the night in some of the big cities but happening in other locations throughout the day. hours after a nationwide protest against donald trump, the president elect will arrive at the white house this morning. he'll meet with president obama and they'll begin the transition of power and the process of trying to unify a divided country. let's talk about this. eugene scott is with us. simone sanders, former press secretary for bernie sanders. eugene, let's start with you. i was sort of arguing with some people about this year. before these overnight pictures and we were talking about schools where kids were leaving school. i was wondering would there have been protests no matter who was
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the president? this is such a divided country? >> i think so. if we remember just last week we were promised a reaction from trump supporters who would have been dissatisfied with the result if he did not win. i was talking to voters in arizona who this may have been their first election. they were emotional and hurt and taken aback by this change, and they are responding much the same way as in iowa. but i also spoke with black americans, baby boomers who know what it's like to be under leadership that's in line with their views. they were hopeful. >> you can take 2016 as the year of the herd. in some ways the people feel like their wants and needs are not being heard. the results of this entire election you could argue were a lot of white noncollege educated voters in certain states saying, look, you haven't been listening to us for a long, long time.
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so you have unheard people on the streets tonight reacting to the decision that people who felt they were unheard, the decision they made yesterday. >> yeah, and the people on the streets actually are reacting to the fact that the folks that voted for donald trump, they voted for a shakeup. they voted for change. not just by any means necessary, but any body necessary. that's what this was without any regard for what that vote meant for people that look like me, that are muslims that are latinos or asian americans, native americans, and we have to reckon with that. for all this talk and conversation about coming together and needing to heal, first, we need to pull the knife out. these young protesters are making statements. and next we need to strategize, but the statement should in the be overlooked. donald trump ran and mounted his campaign on racism and bigotry. millions of americans might not
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feel like they voted for racism and bigotry, but that's his rhetoric. the people in the streets is folks -- >> si mosa moan, you made this case and barack obama and bernie sanders and michelle obama. what you said about donald trump is what people have been saying out loud and often for months. and voters in this country decided that that was not the most important thing to them. >> again, they shook up. they said they voted for change by any means and anyone necessary. we cannot forget that. people who went and voted for donald trump, they voted for racism, and kpaccident phob acc f phone -- i'm not supporting donald trump, but i'll hold him
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accountable. we have to you said those folks that voted for donald trump had a disregard for what it meant for the minority in this country. people voted for their own interests. >> i read this. it was interesting. the press and people who did not like donald trump, they took trump literally but not seriously. his supporters took him seriously but not literally. they don't think they voted for a racist. they don't think they voted for a misogynist. they don't, and that's two different world view and how the press and we missed it. >> that's insightful. i think it's right. where it will play out, what really matters in the end probably aren't the hurt feelings. let's talk about the policies. what is it going to mean? what is he going to do on day one? suspend the iran deal? lock her up? change the tax system? which of those things become the policies of the trump administration? judge people by what they do,
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not by what they say in the end. >> and look, we're in the midst of the transition. let's talk about the transition. first of all, well, we have this meeting at the oval office. let's not look beyond that today, because this is a moment. right? i mean, what an unbelievable moment this is. trumpism defeated obamaism at the polls on tuesday. maybe not forever, but at least for now. donald trump rose to power by saying that barack obama wasn't not just a good president but not even an american. and now the two will meet in the oval office. >> yeah. the first black president whose citizenship was questioned will transition to the president who was endorsed by the kkk newspaper. that speaks to where so many americans are today. where we go remains to be seen. the first important thing to
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reinforce is senator mcconnell said they have power for now. this is not permanent. the question becomes what will they do with this moment in time? >> what about the healing? i'm just so -- i have to tell you the grief, quite frankly, on so many of the clinton supporters is still palpable this morning. what is it going to take to heal from donald trump? we heard two speeches yesterday that soothed global investors, but what about this part of america, this 59 million people who voted for hillary clinton? what do they need to see for the healing? >> i would like to hear an apology from donald trump or an acknowledgment of the others and thei the isms his campaign elevated. and then what is he going to do. there's a first day project to roll back executive orders that president obama put in place. that's dangerous. where does planned parenthood plant. i think to start we have to --
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we have to understand what is his plan. what is his policy? that's on the large macro scale. in terms of the democratic party, the democratic party has to really wrestle with where we are, where we thought was okay is not all right. that's not where the base is. that's not where the electorate is. we need to elevate new young voices in the party. the democratic party cannot win again without millennials. they have to be a vital part of the rebuilding process and come to the table from the rooter to the tutor as i like to say, at the beginning of the process. >> i'm going to analyze that for a long time to figure out exactly what it means. i think i know. all right. stick around. a lot more to discuss. one of donald trump's promises was to defeat isis including to bomb the blank out of them. some in isis this morning are actually celebrating trump's victory. they refer to him as a donkey who will destroy america by
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himself. one wrote 9/11 was the beginning of the renaissance, 11 -9 will be the beginning of the fall. nick robertson is in irbil near mosul where a battle is going to liberate that city from isis. nick. >> reporter: yeah. look, what isis is trying to do is rally its troops in the face of donald trump who has surprised and in some cases outrage third down muslim part of the world, the most, but his comments about muslims coming to the united states and syrian refugees. for isis, this is an opportunity to talk to more moderate muslims and say we were right, come to our side. talk about the realities on the ground and bombing the blank out of isis. we heard from the iraqi -- it's a complex issue here.
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that is for sure, but this region wants to see rid of isis. he's also talked about handing over to russia the control, if you will, of dealing with isis inside syria. now, this is a region where donald trump's presidency will see this region at its most chaotic, no previous president has come into a time when the region is like this. it is a deck of card built on sand. why do i say that? if you support russia and syria to take on isis, when you implicitly support their ally, iran, your allie, saudi arabia, turkey, saudi arabia buy armaments from the u.s. they would be opposed to that type of move. it really is a very complex situation and no doubt donald trump will learn more about that and all the intelligence briefings it's going to get. >> he could come to power while this operation mosul is still
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going on or come to power just before operation. raqqah begins. complicated time with a lot of decisions to make. to markets now. wall street welcoming trump with a rally in stocks. big name ceos are cautious. the star bucks ceo titling an e-mail on ward together. as americans we just honor the democratic process. we have a president elect in donald trump. and it is our responsibility as citizens to give him an opportunity to governor well and bring our governor together. jamie diamond, we have heard the frustration so many people have with the lack of economic opportunity and the challenges they face. we need to listen to those faces. the facebook ceo saying he watched the election votes with his young daughter and it inspired him to work even harder to fix the world's problems. but a rally in socks.
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interesting and surprising, and a lot of people are pinning it to the tone of his speech and the tone of hillary clinton's concession speech. maybe it will be a more normal transition. >> there were protests never night against the election results. these are live pictures. still going on in los angeles. we will tell you more about what's happening there and all around the country. that's coming up.
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breaking news coast to coast protests over the election of donald trump. evidence that healing america's divide will take some work and time. >> step one happens in just a few hours. what a meeting this will be. president obama with the man who will replace him, donald trump, merchandise the oval office. >> welcome back to early start. >> it is 32 minutes past the hour. welcome to our viewers here in
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the u.s. and around the world. breaking news this morning. unprecedented protests after an unprecedented election. marches against a donald trump presidency across the country from philadelphia to dallas onto seattle, at least two dozen cities. some still underway right now. some demonstrators chanting "donald trump has got to". in the last couple of hours protesters in los angeles brought traffic to a stop in 101. in california they lit fires to block thoroughfares. one woman suffered injuries when protesters walked into freeway traffic. in new york as many as 5,000 protesters protested in front of trump tower expressing fear for minorities and women.
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>> deep fear at the sexism that will be bubbling up throughout the united states. >> as a woman and as a latina, i feel very upset and oppressed. >> that's new york. thousands also massed in front of chicago's trump tower blocking traffic. a quieter demonstration in front of the white house overnight and candle light vigil will participants chanted and sung songs as thousands of people watched on facebook live. >> at this moment at trump tower, the work is underway to launch the presidency. he needs to fill more than 4,000 executive branch jobs. more than 1100 of them will require senate confirmation. this morning we'll see something president obama, frankly, night not even have ever considered. the current president will welcome the next president, president elect, donald trump to
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the oval office. for the latest on the transit n transition, bring in sunlin. this is going to be quite a meeting. >> it will be, and this is the first time the two have had a full fledged meeting. so certainly significant for that. but we also know their storied relationship from now president elect donald trump's role in the birther movement to president obama's fiery rhetoric against donald trump while on the campaign trail. a white house officials openly admit this meeting is not going to be an easy one for president obama today, but that said, they do say he is determined to make sure that there is a successful transfer of power here, and this is something that we heard from president obama himself yesterday in the rose garden. >> and i'm looking forward to doing everything that i can to make sure that the next president is successful in that. i've said before, i think of
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this job as being a relay runner. you take the baton. you run your best race, and hopefully by the time you hand it off, you're a little further ahead. you've made a little progress, and i can say that we've done that, and i want to make sure that handoff is well executed, because ultimately we're all on the same team. >> and melania trump will also be meeting privately with the first lady, and while trump and his vice president, merns are in d.c., they have a slew of other important meetings. pence will be meeting with joe biden. they'll both will sitting down with paul ryan. obviously the agenda today, very important, but i think the symbolism of so much around these meetings, the moment for them equally as important as a tran i transition in earnest starts today. >> this is personal between them, but the presidency as mr. obama noted yesterday is bigger
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than the both of them. so they will both work on this transition together. sunlin, thank you so much. >> some of donald trump's earliest appointments will have to be to top white house and cabinet jobs. campaign sources say the jobs are likely to go to loyal trump supporters who, quote, took a lot of crap for backing him. some of them, newt gingrich, rudy all-none rudy giuliani, the transition chairman, chris christie is said to be under consideration for chief of staff or attorney general. >> two of donald trump's most outspoken critics are offering an olive branch. bernie sanders and elizabeth warren campaigned hard for hillary clinton at the end, and they attacked donald trump throughout the campaign. in a letter to the boston globe senator warn writes president
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elect trump promised to rebuild our economy for working people. and i offer to put aside our differences and work with him. it is my sincere hope he will fulfill his role with respect and concern for every single person in the country no matter who they are, where they come from, what they believe or whom they love. bernie sanders writes to the degree that mr. trump is serious about pursuing policies that improve the lives of working families i am prepared to work with him. to the degree that he pursues anti-environment and sexism policies, we will oppose him. donald trump is a blank slate, and he has something to offer both parties. he can also go in there and work against a lot of the trade deals, and that is something that many democrats, more than republicans will love. >> they might have loafoverlap
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that, but not on climate issues. joe biden in his first public comments following the trump victory is seeking to reassure jewish members. he spoke to the world jewish congress on monday night and vowed american support will not waiver. >> i stand here to tell you that i have no doubt, none whatsoever that in the trump administration there will be no less support as a consequence of this transition. even if the new administration were inclined to reduce a commitment, which it is not, congress would never let it happen. the american people would never let it happen. >> biden said he was responding to concerns in the jewish community. they were anxious about the divisive campaign.
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>> it's interesting. there were concerns. inside israel there's no doubt about donald trump's commitment there. and benjamin netanyahu has a long standing relationship with donald trump. >> donald trump's coat tails not long enough to include the new hampshire senator. this gives the democrat the second seat formally held by the republicans. but the republican took majorities in the house and senate. ayotte split from donald trump and lost. in nevada they split in lost. some of the people who split from donald trump lost. they may have paid a price. sl splitting from trump, that may have been the more political risk. >> i think one had things he said about her opponent and her ethnicity. >> it was bigger than greater than the issues, yes. >> while north carolina attorney general has declared victory in
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the race for governor. state election fishes aofficial saying the race is too close to call. he's 2,000 votes ahead with 100% of the votes reporting. they could hinge on provisional ballots. cnn is not making a prediction yet. talk about a transition. the campaign plane used by tim kaine, you can see right here. the decals being pulled off the aircraft. this happened in virginia where the senator lives. we're told after he returned to richmond, the secret service drove him to his home and then left. >> oh, the moments after losing an election, it must be no other let down like that. one of the first things donald trump plans to do as president,
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repeal and replace obama care. trump says on day one he'll ask congress to repeal obama care. that won't half overnight. it's voted more than 60 times to repeal, defund, or replace parts and it's never passed. and the sharp rise in premiums were some, experts say trump could tinker with the implementation. what would trump replace obama care with? he would let insurance sell coverage across state lines. he says it increases competit n competition. and it makes insurance premiums tax deductionable. when you look at what he says he's going to do in the first 100 days, this is right up there. nafta and obama care are the big two things. >> this will make him very popular with republicans in congress. the world is reacting to donald
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trump's victory. vladimir putin was one of the first to offer up congratulations. so where do u.s./russia relations go from here? we'll discuss. who says i shouldn't have a soda everyday?
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all right. all night long, all morning long, we've seen protests across the country. people upset about the results of the election. that's the backdrop to what happens today at the white house when the next president of the united states meets in the oval office with the current president. that happens every four years. >> these two have no history. >> they've never met. but they have history in terms of the personal strife between the two. donald trump questioned whether barack obama was born in this question. president obama questioned everything you can ma'am about donald trump. >> some would say it's the roast of donald trump when the president and others lit into donald trump, that was the spark of his interest to run for president. >> let's talk about the future
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of the president and the future of the trump presidency and what happens in post presidency. joining us, alice hen began, simone sanders. when it comes to the transition itself, everyone is saying and doing the right things. america does this well. and we should all pat ourselves on the back for this. this is something that's unique in the world, and it's wonderful. let's listen to what the president said about this transition yesterday. >> it is no secret that the president elect and i have some pretty significant differences, but remember, eight years ago president bush and i had some pretty significant differences, and one thing you realize quickly in this job is that the presidency and the presidency is bigger than any of us. >> yes. thank you, but. the but here is the democratic
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party has been gutted for lack of a better word. there's not a lot of young leadership. there's not a lot of young up and coming national leaders and the democrats will have a need to be the party of opposition going forward. who stands up for the democrats. where's where i want to bring up president obama. he's done on january 20th. he was going to retire, send his kids to school, go make a lot of money and fade away from the spotlight. do you think he needs to play a bigger role now to stand up, for democrats across the country? >> i think president obama did plan to stand up. his project along with the former attorney general was going to be to redistrict and really take lawsuits to a lot of these counties and -- across the country where they are unfairly drawn the lines and try to win back some of these districts and lines for democrats. i think now he'll take a larger approach.
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what where you have to remember about president obama is he had his own model, obama for america. it was not centered inside the democratic party. so the party right now has to do rebuilding. obama had his own outside coalition, his own organization. he didn't necessarily invest in building the party. we have to rebuild the party. we don't have a real bench. we have to win mayor races, legislative races. we need to win back some of these house seats in 20 18, some governor races. we have to look at the intersection of our party and our leaders. i saw a lot of things yesterday that said whose party is it n obama's, warrens, clinton's? none of them. obama maybe because he's the president. he is the leader of our party, but it's not necessarily bernie sanders' party or warren or clinton clint clinton's. the political party was about everybody coming together. the coalition that leads has to
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be reflective of america. >> you could argue president obama was the up start of his party. the democratic party didn't create him. he came out of nowhere too, and donald trump, donald trump, he's somebody who wasn't created by the republican party. now you have another outsider. how is he going to -- i guess replacing and repealing obama care will do very well with republicans in the house. how is he going to bring maybe skeptical republicans on board with a president obama? >> well, i think it really depends on who he puts in his administration, who he brings on board will depend on who he gets who can reach the people who weren't on board with him originally. that will be tricky. they said he keeps an enemy's list. whether or not they'll -- >> he has 4,000 positions to fill. your memory might have to be a little shorter. >> i think the plan was to freeze quite a few of them. the reality is will they be able
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to get people in the administration who will reach beyond his base if he truly wants to be the president for all of america. >> for the money positions, the treasury, secretary and chief economic advisory, you wonder the people in advising him a millionaires. are they going to want to leave their jobs for the bureaucracy of washington. >> in many you need the senate approval. you're right. the democratic party in huge question. what's the future? who are the leaders? where's the next generation, but many of those same questions are being asked inside the republican party. is it a free trade party? where does it stand on social issues? what about immigration? are we going to come around and achieve things? infrastructure. at the same time, donald trump was not a creature of the people who are now in control of the house and the senate. and boy, i don't know how -- >> who pushes and pulls who? you wonder.
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>> it's interesting. the skepticism is right. in the 24 hours there seems to be a coming together and we have a new leader, but those policies have been in those people's hearts for a long time. are they going to -- >> the number one policy in their heart is -- >> victory. victory, number un. just wurnd that under that is o and then supreme court justice. >> i just wanted to note we saw mitch mcconnell come out and donald trump's 100 day plan he laid out for us a little while ago. his first thing was term limits on congress. he talked about obama care. he talked about tpp. he talked about a lot of different -- he talked about an infrastructure plan. mcconnell said term limits, we have those. they're called elections. mcconnell said i don't think infrastructure is going to be on our agenda.
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he declined to talk about immigration. we'll see struggles within the republican party. in terms of what is their agenda in. >> all right. stick around. a lot to discuss. we shall see. one of the first world leaders to congratulate donald trump was vladimir putin. it's no secret that a lot of people here thought that russia definitely preferred donald trump to hillary clinton. u.s. intelligence agencies believe the kremlin actively interfered in the election. that raises a lot of questions. where does this relationship go between the countries. matthew is live from moscow. i imagine the view from there is interesting today. >> reporter: it is. there's been a lot of criticism of donald trump throughout the campaign. in russia he's been the preferred candidate of the kremlin and the state controlled media here. and as you can expect the
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welcome that donald trump has got since becoming the president elect has been breathtaking. the front page here said in english, in trump we trust. that was the headline of one of the main business dailies. there's been such a bitter relationship between the united states and russia over the past couple of years. the hacking allegations in the united states that you mentioned. the war in zero. both countries are on opposite sides in that conflict. there is a real sense now at least here in russia that a line could potentially be drawn under that, and there could be a pivotal moment, a moment in which russia and the united states get on the same thing on a whole host of issues that have been thorn in the side of that relationship for the past several years. that's the expectation. that's what the russian president expressed, but it's going to be complicated and difficult.
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zblen zbl >> and the first meeting between donald trump and vladimir putin, that will be fascinating to see. thank you so much. let's get a check on the money stream. the dow 46 points away from a record high. futures suggest more gains at the open. big rally wednesday as investor's watched the victory and concession speech, and the way they spoke, their words erased deep losses in futures. it was really a shock drop in the markets when donald trump was clearly going to win. stock markets in europe and asia are higher now as well. the winners in the stock market rally, banks, companies that build stuff. bank of america rising almost 6%. investors cheering the promise to dial back dodd frank regulation. he said he would break up the banks and reviese glass-steagal.
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there's steel. shares of caterpillar rising. trump says he would double the $275 billion hillary clinton proposed to spend on improvements. this is a bipartisan issue. two other sec tors thtors -- it all gains. one group of stocks crushed hospital stock plummeting amid fears trump will scale back or repeal obama care. that has made a steady stream of mu customers. community health 21. losing a quarter or a fifth of your value? almost unbelievable there. you can check all this out and check out the money stream app. it's business news personalized.
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get the latest on stock market and tech on one feed. a lot of people yesterday were sort of joking about the big rally like donald trump is going to build a wall and have american made equipment. that's why the stocks are up, but it was really infrastructure. >> early start continues right now. breaking news. a show of anger. protests coast to coast over the election of donald trump. >> president-elect trump set to meet with president obama in the oval office. then goes to see paul ryan to talk about the republican agenda. good morning, everyone. welcome to "early start." i'm bermuda bermujohn berman. >> it is thursday, november 10th, 4:00 a.m. in the east. protests around the world and across the country from
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philadelphia to san diego, des moines and two dozen cities with protesters chanting not my president. not today. and protesters in los angeles brought traffic to a standstill on the 101. earlier they set fire to a giant trump pinata. as many as 5,000 people protested in front of trump tower. >> donald trump will reenact harsher stop and frisk laws that will put many people back in prison. also deep fear over the sexism that is bubbling up. >> as a woman and latina, i feel very upset and oppressed. >> thousands in front of chicago's trump tower and mar marched down the drive and a
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candlelight vigil as thousands of people watched on facebook live. at this moment at trump tower, the work is under way to launch the trump presidency. 72 days until the inauguration. donald trump needs to fill 4,000 executive branch jobs. more than 1,100 need senate confirmation. before that, a picture that many americans would never have imagined. most democrats may not have dreamed of and it is hard to believe if president obama considered this possibility. president obama will meet president-elect trump in the oval office. for the latest on this meeting and transition, let's bring in cnn's sunlen serfaty in washington. >> reporter: good morning, john. this is the first real meeting of president obama and president-elect trump. we know their storied


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