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breaking news this morning on "world news now", anger in america over the election results. >> overnight protesters from coast to coast have been marching against president elect trump citing fear of what's to come, but now that the race is over, trump is calling for unity. just ahead, see how that message resinated with protesters here in new york as we hit th >> what's the next step now that candidate trump is president elect trump, it's time to get to business, and while his transition team is working around the clock, and awkward meeting awaits today with the current white house resident. the making of the man who is set to become america's 45th president. look at donald trump's unconventional road to the white house. it's thursday, november 10th. from abc news, this is
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>> good morning to you all. breaking news this morning, a night of protest in cities across the country as demonstrators condemned the election of donald trump. >> starting here in new york city, an estimated 10,000 people descending on trump tower in midtown, manhattan, blocking streets and shut down traffic while expressing anger at trump becoming the president elect. at least 15 people, we're told, were arrested. >> similar scenes in boston where thousands streamed through the downtown area before gathering on >> police used tear gas in oakland, california. some protesters seen burning trump in i effigy. >> in new york, there were several protesting sites, and the protests were still going in the early morning hours. >> everyone's being sore losers, he won fair and square. >> no, that's not why we're
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someone win and losing, but people here fighting for rights they don't feel like they have. >> we have to reach out to the people that are in the middle states to see what's the issues. how can we get together. >> i'm a republican. i'm a woman. i have never come out to a protest and never felt so passionately being wrong. as a hispanic woman, i don't feel safe. >> i hope there's kids at home who see they are not alone, kids in the closet, people who don't feel comfortable hope to be citizens one day, and hope not to be assaulted or accosted at work on on the street, at school, people who see that this, what happened last night is not their america. and i hope people find that love will always win. it feels like it lost last night, but wins in the end, and just stand with it, it wins. >> look at me, look at him, look at us, we're not giving up. >> we're not leaving. we're not cowards.
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international hotel and tower, not the trump tower. that was the smaller of the two protests, and still in the early morning hours, there was a line of nypd officers, a line of protests around the hotel, a sizable protest, and it's interesting because talking to the protesters, there was a different stance, unified under a common opinion, but some it's about trump specifically, and others what they now perceive to be the trump voter and that represents a majority of the countr know, you heard the men saying, rather than forming this opinion of what a trump means, he said the fact that half the country voted or more than half the country voted for him, we have to find out why that is and see if we can come together, and that's what the leaders are trying to portray. we'll see if they can find a way. >> that is the striking thing. you notice all the protests taking place in some of the major cities, here in new york, chicago, seattle, and that shows
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all. quite a few passionate sound bites there. >> absolutely. >> out of trump international hotel. donald trump is headed to the white house today at the request of president obama. >> and the president said we are americans first and he wants to ensure a successful transition. trump has slammed the president's policies and questioned his birthplace and the president declared trump unfit for presidency, but he'll get the daily briefing as >> as they come face to face in the oval office later this morning, melania trump meets separately with michelle obama. tom llamas gives us a look at how the extraordinary night unfolded for the trump family. >> reporter: the historic upset so breathtaking even the trumps seemed surprised watching in trump tower as the election returns rolled in. staffers cheering as they closed
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over, just before 3:00 a.m., president elect donald trump helping his 10-year-old son with his tie before leading his large family into a hotel ballroom, down the staircase on to the stage, greeted by a throng of supporters. >> i just received a call from secretary clinton. she it's about us. on our victory, and i congratulated her and her family on a very, very hard-fought campaign, i mean, she fought very hard. >> reporter: gone the bruising attacks of the campaign. the president elect gracious to the former opponent. >> hillary has worked very long and very hard over a long period of time, and we owe her a major
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service to our country. i mean, that very sincerely. >> reporter: minutes after leaving the stage, trump taking a phone call from president obama, the president inviting his successor to the white house. >> good afternoon, everybody. >> reporter: in the rose garden, addressing the nation. >> it is no secret that the president-elect and i have significant differences. we are now all rooting for success in uniting and leading the country. >> reporter: also words of support and congratulations fro neither of whom voted for trump. george h.w. bush wishing him well, quote, as he guides america forward, and his son, we pray for the success of our country and the success of our new president. tom llamas, abc news, new york. trump's team is not wasting time making preparations for the transition. the team already health the first post-election meeting.
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morning, and the group led by nur new jersey governor chris christie worked on the logistics of operations and the team launched its official website there, greatagain.gov. they are working on handover plans for government agencies and creating a personnel list for a top administration jobs. >> hillary clinton is on track to win the popular vote despite the crushing defeat in the electoral college. >> clinton delivered a gracious yet emotional concession speech disappointed aides and sup supporters many in tears as she spoke. >> this is painful, and it will be for a long time. i want you to remember this. our campaign was never about one person or even one election. it was about the country we love, and about building an america that hopeful, inclusive, and big-hearted.
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thought. i still believe in america, and i always will. if you do, then we must accept this result, and then look to the future. donald trump is going to be our president. we owe him an open mind and the chance to lead. >> made a direct appeal to the women voting for her telling them nothing made her prouder to be their cha little girls to achieve and pursue their own dreams. bernie sanders is willing to work with the new president. in a statement, the vermont senator said if donald trump is serious about helping the middle class, sanders and other progressives will join him. however, sandsers vowed to oppose trump, and quoting here, if e he pursues racist, sexist, and antienvironmental policies.
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said the two have to put aside differences to help the working class, twitter rants against each other included warren calling trump a pathetic coward. i want to talk about wall street for a moment here because it is looking for a second straight day of post-election gains. fears the market would tank after the trump victory did not come true. the dow jones gained 256 points, less than 50 all-time high. bond prices fell, sending the yield on 10-year treasury notes above 2% for the first time since january. the patriots have a big game, but reporters have a presidential election on their mind instead when it was time for interviews. >> if you argue with your friends about the election at all, apparently the word is just to say seattle. >> now we know. take that cue from the coach bill belichick asked about a letter he wrote to donald trump,
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president-elect and comments are not politically motivated. he was asked repeatedly follow-up questions about the letter and belichick just kept saying, seattle. seattle. it's, like, you know, a new designer song. instead of panda, go seattle. seattle. >> so quarterback tom brady was asked about the election, and he did not have much to say either. >> talk to my wife. i can't talk about politics anymore. i think that's a >> so atta rally on monday, trump described the phone conversation with brady in which he said the quarterback had offered his support. brady wouldn't confirm or deny that. >> seattle. >> seattle. >> i'm going to use that on you from now on. >> totally. jack, what do you think of the election? >> seattle. >> okay. there you go. all right. great. coming up, the man behind america's 45th president. >> kyes.
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freeway there again in downtown los angeles, one of several cities we've seen protests tonight including boston, chicago, seattle, philadelphia as well as a few sites here in new york as well. we'll continue to monitor the situation for you. moving on to this morning's headlines, two marine fighter jet pilots managed to survive a collision. one pilot landed at an air station, the other ejected and sent a distress call and was rescued an h waters off the pacific. overseas, beginning of the end for isis, we're told, in iraq's largest city, that's one diplomats claim about the battle to liberate mosul. they said progress is made because of islamic states so-called call fate, but reports said isis is forcing thousands of civilians to stay in mosul to be used as human shields. the first full day of liberations in the case of the a cincinnati police officer
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black man in a traffic stop, saying there was no justification, and the officer said he feared he would be run over. jurors in georgia are in third day of deliberations in the case of a father whose toddler died after being left in a hot car. prosecutors say ross harris left the boy to die because he wanted a child-free life. defense attorneys say it was an accident. >> investigators are blaming a hot lightbulb falling on card board for this massive plumes of black smoke filled the air over the steel plant in new york. more than 100 firefighters were called to the scene as flames spread to three adjacent buildings. no injured reported. the official cause, though, is under investigation. >> unbelievable all that caused by a bulb. >> incredible. in the next half hour, what the simpsons said about a trump presidency 16 years ago, yet another creepy prediction from
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writer is saying about it. >> amazing. zbl first, the making of donald trump the man and the president-elect, the most unconventional road to the white house in american history. you're watching "world news
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based on the images, i don't know they're rolling with the
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upsets in american political history. >> that's right. donald trump's chances of winning were set to be a long shot, so how did he pull off going from a well-known businessman to a reality tv star to then 45th president of the united states? abc takes a look. >> reporter: donald trump making history. >> i just received a call from secretary clinton. >> reporter: the 70-year-old presidential run beginning >> i am officially running for president of the united states, and we are going to make our country great again. >> reporter: his road to the white house, thee most untraditional in history. ? ? >> reporter: the billionaire businessman best known as a reality tv star as host of "the appr apprentice."
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>> reporter: hinting at a run many times. >> i'm really considering whether or not i can win. >> reporter: finally making it a reality, defeating 16 republican nominees in a long shot primary. accepting the republican nomination in july. >> i humbly and gratefully accept your nomination for the presidency of the united states. >> reporter: it was the 1970s when the mogul started his business career, marrying his first wife, mother to his three children, and then extended to hotels, casinos, and resorts in the '80s, becoming a best selling author with the book "the art of the deal", but the 1990s with his divorce, the couple welcomed daughter tiffany, and with a number of
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for trump, bolstered by reality tv, and then 2005, married again, and this star-studded wedding attended by the clintons, and they became parents in 2006, trump's fifth child. the billionaire mogul always keeping eyes on politics starting the birther movement. president obama taking aim at trump during the 2011 correspondence dinner. >> tonight, for the first time, i'm video. >> reporter: those jokes thought to have been enspired trump to self-fund his run for presidency. >> now it's time for america to bind the wounds of division. we have to get together. >> we heard president obama, hillary clinton, even bernie sanders saying they intend to work with trump to try to help him do that, and hopefully bring a little bit unity to the divided country right now.
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time for the mix, talking protests today over the election of donald trump, some people are outraged, but more importantly, people are also outraged over a change of the shape of the chocolate bars. they have triangles. >> those are awesom that's the gold one. >> see the value vialleys? >> yes. >> they will be wider. >> what is that? >> now they are 150 grams, and the 400 gram bars have 360 grams. prices are going up, and they are more expensive. >> protest! >> to the streets we go. >> outrage. seattle. >> the company is switzerland so
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seattle. come back to that. speaking of seattle, there's a guy in seattle called hot guy traveling the world for pizza. so phil duncan has made a living of sorts over the last year traveling around the world trying different pizza and posting photos. really, would it kill you to have a salad, phil? come on. man. >> yeah. he doesn't eat pizza all the time. that >> yeah. travels, posts pictures all over the world. they are popular on instagram. his favorite pizza, new york, but he had a killer one in malaysia he thought was great. >> people are tuning to to look at the pizza. >> yes, not the abs. >> nick's mom is getting ready for the holidays, early start on thanksgiving, and she cleaned the living room, and now there's a ban instituted in her house. >> what? >> the sign says, this room has been cleaned for the holidays
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thanksgiving. she will only allow family members to enter if they are clean from top to toe, she said. the clothing has to be freshly laundered, showered, and no food or drinks permitted at this time. >> those kids will need therapy. >> it's not clear what the consequence would be if you break mom's rules. i'm not messing with thatting and, nick, you don't either. >> some nice equestrian music now because of the memphis >> my pony. >> it is. he did this sort of a stunt, a strip tease, impromptu one. >> oh, oh. >> he's working it. >> he's recently won mascot of the year, and i can see why he deserves it. oh, our eyes. >> the audience is completely
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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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