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york city, i'm meg oliver. captioning funded by cbs it's monday, november 28th, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." grief and joy following the death of cuba's former leader as the communist nation prepares to say good-bye to fidel castro, cuban exiles are hoping for change. >> it's ridiculous. a fund-raising notoriety driven fraud. >> and election officials in wisconsin are get ready to recount the ballots triggering a twitter storm by the president-elect. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york. good to be with you.
in haech havana's revolution plaza today to pay their respects to fidel castro. in miami's little neighborhood the tone is marketedly different. hena daniels is here in new york. >> cubans are observing nine days of mourning and today after 9:00 a.m., tens of thousands are expected to gather in the streets of havana when simultaneous 21 gun salutes will sound off in the capital. meanwhile in miami, they are looking forward to better times in cuba. massive crowds are expected today at havana's revolution plaza to pay tribute to fidel castro. mourners will be allowed to sign a book of condolences and on tuesday, a public ceremony is planned in the square. the iron fisted former dictator had numerous critics brought but
admired him. victor thought he had lost a patriarch, the father of our family and our revolution. castro's ashes on a procession in the island before buried in the city of santiago. in miami's little havana where thousands of cuban exiles live more people are celebrating than grieving. many considered him a brutal dictator who took dream away from their families for ivan rodriguez's parents are from cuba. she is optimistic for the future. >> we are extremely curious. we love the culture and we fall in love with people without going there. >> cuba remains a communist nation under fidel's brother raul castro. cuban exiles in miami are planning a rally on monday to demand freedom and democratic reforms in cuba. schools and government offices are closed today. castro was cremated on saturday
sunday in santiago, the city where he launched the 1959 revolution, as cuba prepares to say their final good-byes. >> thank you, hena daniels in new york. following castro's death, president-elect donald trump described him as a brutal dictator. mr. trump's incoming chief of staff said the trump administration would absolutely reverse mr. obama's moves to normalize relations with cuba, unless there is some movement by the cuban government. >> repression, open markets, freedom of religion, political prisoners. these things need to change in order to have open and free relationships and that is what president-elect trump believes and that's where he is going to head. >> president obama opened some u.s. investments and traveled to cuba through an executive order. today, u.s. airlines launched regularly scheduled commercial flights to havana. coming up on "cbs this morning," charlie rose reporting from cuba on what castro's death
decades. president-elect trump claims he lost the popular vote in the election because, quote, millions of people voted illegally, but he offered no evidence to back that claim up. mr. trump also weighed in on recount efforts, while splits in the trump camp over who should be secretary of state have become public. wendy gillette reports. >> reporter: donald trump took to twitter sunday morning to criticize the recount effort launched by the green party that now has the suppo clinton's campaign. he wrote, hillary clinton conceded the election when she call me just prior to the victory speech and after the results were in. nothing will change. the president-elect also tweeted clinton's own words to trump during the campaign about accepting the results of the election. >> the idea that we are going to drag this out now where the president-elect has been incredibly magnanimous to the clintons and obamas is pretty incredible. >> reporter: former democratic
effort under way in wisconsin. >> probably every election there is a recount. no one expects to be profound change but nothing wrong with going through the process. >> president-elect trump will resume interviewing candidates for his presentation at trump tower on monday. mr. trump still need to fill several cabinet positions, including secretary of state. she does not think the nominee should be mitt romney. >> people feel betrayed to think that governor romney who went out of his way to question the character and the intell the integrity now as president, our president-elect, would be given the most significant cabinet post of all, secretary of state. >> reporter: former new york city mayor rudy giuliani has also been named a front-runner. wendy gillette, cbs news, new york. overseas now in syria. this morning syrian state tv reported syrian troops captured another aleppo neighborhood.
an effort to divide the city in two. the rapid advance follows weeks of russian and syrian air strikes. a bomb ka discovered today just yards from the u.s. embassy in the philippines. a street cleaner found the bomb in a trash bin near the embassy in manila and described as a cell phone attached to a cylinder like substance. police detonated the bomb. they called an improvised explosive device and no one was injured. one man was killed when two men opened fire in new orleans crowded french quarter. nine others were wounded by the gunfire early sunday morning. police are searching for the suspects. officials say none of the victims were targeted and the trouble began with an argument. >> they were not from new orleans but we will find them and we will go to the ends of the earth to make sure we bring them to justice. >> the suspects ran from the scene. two women and eight men were shot and four remain hospitalized with nonlife-threatening wounds.
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>> reporter: you need at least 20 bucks in your account to cash out. customers can get online payment or a gift card or a simple check in the mail. kate merril for cbs news, boston. a street in baltimore kicked off the holidays with the flick of a switch. decorations were lit up this weekend on hampton street for its miracle on 34th. the event is named after the beloved christmas movie. years. the street is decorated with hundreds of bright lights to spread holiday cheer. a huge crowd turned up for the light. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," charlie rose is in havana with the latest on fidel castro's death. i'm anne-marie green.
here is another look at this morning's top stories. back from a thanksgiving break in florida, president-elect donald trump resumes the work of filling cabinet posts in his administration. mr. trump slammed recount efforts, which now have the support of the clinton campaign. and there is a divide in the trump camp over who should be secretary of state. some strongly oppose mitt romney. massive crowds are expected today in havana's revolution plaza to pay tribute to fidel castro. following castro's death friday night, the cuban government announced nine days of mourning. his ashes will be taken on a four day island procession starting on wednesday. funeral services will be held sunday. many cuban americans are now wondering how castro's death will impact the future of the communist nation. don champion reports from miami.
fidel castro, as workers prepared for tributes in havana's revolution plaza on sunday. thousands are expected to start attending public ceremonies there monday. castro died on friday. he ruled the communist nation for nearly 50 years. cubans are observing nine days of mourning and castro will be buried on december 4th. gabriel is an american tourist witnessing the moment in history. >> one of the most important things of the revolution is tehi help each other. >> reporter: in miami's little havana, cuban exiles gathered again sunday to celebrate castro's death. florida congresswoman was ilian ross-laton was born in cuba. >> our community is very optimistic and i think that their hopes and their aspirations may soon be dashed, because the reality of what raul castro represents will be setting down upon them. >> reporter: despite that, some
miami hope castro's death will help them visit the island and finally connect with their culture. ivan rodriguez parents are from cuba. >> it could be maybe the start of some dissolution so we can start visiting. we are extreme curious. we love people without even going there through our parent's stories. >> reporter: raul castro said he will step down in 2018. don champion, cbs news, miami. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," at the future of cuba following the death of fidel castro. plus, a warning about dangerous apps this holiday season that could put your personal information at risk. and building a better seat belt that will keep seniors and smaller people safe. that is the "cbs morning news" for this monday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green.
8 news now good day, the valley's thanks for joining us on 8 news now good day, the valley's news leader. i'm brian loftus ((kirsten joyce)) >> and i'm kirsten joyce. the cuban people will pay their respects this week to the late fidel castro, the country's former leader who ruled the island natn ((brian loftus)) >> today is day one of the nine days of mourning after he died friday night scott mclean is live in havana with the latest details. ((scott mclean)) >> former cuban dictator fidel castro died this weekend after battling illness for years -- and cuba is in mourning. tyrant, dictator, revolutionary -- fidel's castro was many things to many people.