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. on this sunday night, questioning the vote,side-elect trump claims millions of americans voted illegally saying that's why he lost the national popular vote. uncertain future, new reaction fromid cuba tonight after fidel and ny wondered what's next for the island country. >> bourbon street shooting. new orleans french the quarter. hometown hero, melania trump, tiny hometown in europe, the residence hopes her success will make it a tourist hot spot. a busy travel weekend, "nightly news" begins now.
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headquarters in new york, this is nbc "nightly news" with kate snow. g good evening, donald trump leaving florida after?? spending thanksgiving there with his family. using twitter to break news would have won the popular vote but did not because millions of people voted illegally. the trumpam details. the latest count shows clinton won the popular vote by more than 2 million votes. we get the latest details from kristen welker. >> president-elect ?mbu trump with this surprising tweet. in addition to winning the electoral college in are a landslide, i won the popular vote if you deduct the millions of people voted ill egalillegally. mr. trump did not
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believed voted ill ill ille illegally. mr. trump writing nothing will change and so much time and money will be spent, same results, sad. trump's aid took aim at the recount. >> it is c joke. >> you feel that there is some thing going on, hey, i want to doub check this. >> do people have the right do it? yeah, i do. >> there are also turmoil inside trump o 's world. today his top adviser slammed mitt romney
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his attack over the campaign. >> i am not campacam campaigning against anyone. i am just a concerned citizen. people feel betrayed to think that mitt romney would be given the most significant cabinet at all of secretary of state. >> mr. trump has had several phone calls with the current commander in chief including a 45 minutes conversation yesterday. >> i can tell you that president-elect trump president obama and talking about the serious issues and they get along nicely. they disagree on many things, that's not going to change. >> mr. trump will hold eight meetings tomorrow and a controversial figure, david clark. the two biggest positions, secretary of state and defense have yet to be determined. >> kristen welker in
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our mark murray, senior analyst. >> kate, i think it is more evidence how thin skinned the president-elect trump about not winning the popular vote. the electoral colleges decide our races and donald trump took all the knowledge and ended up winning fair and square, this is another instance where he's talked about not winning the popular vote. of course, as kristen welker mentioning, hillary clinton ended popular vote and winning that by 2 million votes in counting. there are a couple other points to make, this does also legitimatize any recount efforts. if you have the president-elect trump
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many are wondering what's next after the death of fidel castro. andrea mitchell is in havana with the latest. >> the first sunday in 13 years that the protesters are known as ladies in white did not march after church. it was out of respect fo news has learned that state security police told them to stay-at-home. >> if you wanted to go out and march today, what would have happened? >> she says they'll pun p c punch us and beat us and put us in jail until the morning is over. >> that's what happened last march when they protested through tight security
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nothing will change if fidel is gone.
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havana tonight. now to new orleans an early shooting left nine person dead. >> panic in the streets of new orleans. >> we need ems, people are running to escape the gunfire. >> i got one shot in the chest and another shot in the hands and some other ones, i cannot tell right now. >> surveillance video
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1:30 this morning. >> mountains of police moved in. >> a mass shooting on the world's famous bourbon street leaving nine injured. a tattoo artist from baton rouge is killed. >> it continues to put an exclamation point on the death of destruction that gun violence?t??k pgu orleans. >> police say they are searching for two men who started shooting at each other after arguing on the streets. >> i am confident that we'll track down those responsible for this crime and we'll hold them accountable for their actions and make sure they are brought to justice. this is the second massive shooting on bourbon street. the incident is similar to this scene in 2014 when a student was killed and nine others injured.
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tourist destination. after a long weekend, thanksgiving spent with friends and family. millions of americans driving home today. jacob rascon is at the international airport with a look at how the holiday is going. >> tonight is one of most busiest travel days in the year is living up to its reputation. >> i h gates is often a test of impatient. >> looks like it is going to be a line. >> in atlanta, caleb watson watson, played a game they missed their flight to honolulu. >> the train is locked down and when we got there, the doors are closed. >> kind of had a melt
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americans are trying to make it back home with 90% of them are on the road. >> i got to be at work tomorrow. >> new jersey, shawn williams, was working overtime for aaa. >> it is one of those busieiest days and we are all out on the roads taking calls. >> one of those calls came from the jones' family whose car broke down and back to washington, d.c. >> our delay out here. >> the traffic estimating that gridlocks will be up to 240% today and twice as many accidents as usual. >> both directions of i-80 were shut down after a wreck on snowy road. back in atlanta, the watchers have to wait a little longer. >> now we have to wait.
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weather is good and reports of just 34 fl flights delayed and nationwide over 2,000. both numbers love for a daylight today. >> kate. >> good news right there. back to politics right now, we are learning more of president-elect trump's business interests all over the globe. critics are wondering what kind of potential conflict of interest maybe created. our ker simmons country where trump had a big global business interests. >> it earns him an income between(z@ $1 million $5 million in 2015 and 2016, according to his own financial clo disclosure. >> last year, he described?d7? it is a
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of interest. >> she threw to turkey four times, ivanka trump, she tweeted good morning istanbul in 2009. in 2012, she wrote on instagram, nothing i cannot do here. >> we had a long-term relationship with turkey because of the fact that we did a show of "the apprentice." >> we wanted to ask about donald trump's financial interest in turkey. >> they did not respond to a request or an interview. the president-elect trump says they are vesting his business connections and legal investigations are unclear. >> syria it is a key player is to confront isis and members of nato.
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leader of pres president -- >> he maybe very critical of trump. >> this turkish businessman will only be crucial and fri friends -- ivanka had known him for eight
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>> her melania cake sole for three yeuro a piece. >> a local band dedicated a song to melania trump. >> she grew up a world away from trump tower. folks here say they don't need that kind of glamour but they want just a taste. >> inside, just one tourist attraction of a 12 century castle. melania can help put
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>> the town is known for its annual salami festival for reasons no one can remember and only men is allowed to attend. >> how are you getting male only to attract fans of melania trump. >> you just have to make promotions and i get more people will come. >> regardless of how, it is ready for >> i think now it will be full of students. >> matt bradley. >> coming up, how one group of cuban in >> coming up, how one group of cuban in miami is
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a story of one man trying to connect on both sides of flo florida's straight. >> they'll have a new cuba and independent of fidel castro. the son of cuba exiles
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time to see pope francis. >> we have been pitted against one another. >> on an eye where words are chosen carefully. today at the university of havana, silence spoke volume. for us -- it was like he's really immortal. >> for young people here, marking nine days of national mourning. castro is always a rev nutrition hero. others will remember him as >> dictator. >> the 31-year-old opposes the communist and wants reelection. >> he calls his death is a beginning of a new era and renewed hope. one year ago today his mother lost her cancer battle. >> it was an emotional experience, it was the peace she needed right
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>> tonight, so many are searching for that peace. gabe gutierrez, nbc news, havana. >> that's nbc nightly news for this sunday night. up next, football night in america. kansas city chiefs, taking on the denver broncos. i am kate snow reporting from new york, i will see you tomorrow on msnbc at 3:00 eastern, hfrom all of us from nbc news,
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