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>> i know many of you are deeply disappointed about the results of the election. i am, too! >> but that's not all hillary clinton said in her first comments since the closer to naming key cabinet post with new names being floated. the police officer who has been now criminally charged in the murder of orlando castile. hundreds hospitalized from dangerous smoke. is there relief in sight neighborhood, find out why bob dylan is skipping his nobel award ceremony.
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lifetime. plus kate upton goes on a tirade over her boyfriend being passed up for the cy young reward. >> good morning, i'm frances rivera. >> i'm ayman mohyeldin. >> the popular vote passes the 1 million mark. an emotional clinton says she was staying away from the public for the foreseeable future. tonight wasn't the easiest thing for me. there have been a few times this past week when all i wanted to do is to curl up with a good book or our dogs and never leave the house again. >> clinton's appearance came as she was honored by the children's defense fundamental. she conceded how difficult the last week's results were, while making her best attempt for the crowd to live a live of public
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disappointed about the results of the election. i am, too. more than i could ever express. i know this isn't easy. i know that over the past week, a lot of people have asked themselves, whether america is the country we thought it was. the divisions lay bear by this election run deep. but please listen to me when i say this, america is worth it. our children are worth believe in our country. fight for our values, and never, ever give up. >> now, this morning warnings regretting word of just who would be in president-elect trump's white house a. trump loyalist and vice chair of the team is emerging as a top pick for national security adviser. the news comes with a source familiar with the transition process.
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nothing is final unless trump says it is. south carolina nikki haley is being floated for the post this as rudy guiliani's history is under more scrutiny. halle jackson reports. >> through trump towers, a revolving door, a countdown to cabinet selection. another name now in the mix for secretary of state. sources citing south clan governor nikki begrudgingly backed trump, even after she said her constituents are embarrassed by trump. so far fork response from the governor's office. eight days in, president-elect trump looking a lot like candidate trump did, inside his transition, much of what happened during his campaign, internal jockeying, leadership changes, complaints privately and publicly, no one really know who's is in charge.
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confusion going on about a chain of command coming out of new york. >> reporter: mike pence the new transition team leader, touring his soon to be home with vice president joe biden. the trustee blames the griping on sour grapes of people forced out as they purge lobbyist zpls we are doing great. i was if d.c. yesterday, both transition offices are engaged full of energy. >> reporter: while both bushes made their nominations within a 2002 weeks and two weeks, president clinton more than a month. by that time line, president-elect trump is on pace. >> every transition goes through chaos. every transition goes through turnover. >> reporter: trump's insisting his is going smoothly. in a tweet attacking the media, wloo like he did during his campaign. >> also this morning, a sitdown with japanese prime minister
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campaign disarray, putting out a koul call of world leaders trump has been in connection with since the election. democrats list 169 out of 188 members of congress demanding trump release steve ban none. but perhaps the most boisterous ban none nomination may have come from bernie sanders. >> i call upon mr. trump to rescind t made of mr. ban none. a president of the united states should not have a racist at his side. unacceptable. >> now, in a rare move the new set of police officer involved in the july shooting death of philandro castile has been charged with third degree manslaughter.
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looked like an armed suspect in a recent robbery. her girlfriend live streamed the after shooting. he is expected to plead not guilty in court on friday. nbc's blake mccoy brings us the details. >> oh my god, please don't tell me he's dead. >> reporter: the after math of philandro castile seen around the world. the officer is being charged. and discharge of a firearm, each carrying up to five years. he previously said he thought castile had a permit. >> i told him not to reach for it. i told him to get his hand off it. >> you told to him get his i.d., sir, his driver's license. >> reporter: he said castile was calm.
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protest that he wasn't reaching for his gun. there simply was no objective threat posed to officer yanez. >> reporter: minnesota police union add no one can speak to officer yanez as to what he actually encountered. the russian-led bombing campaign has resumed in full force after a three-week moratorium. u.s. officials tell nbc news the those attacks. among the latest destruction, the only syrian in eastern aleppo, officials say it served nearly 4,000 patients a month and had the only advanced maternity ward in the area. there are 90,000 children still living in eastern aleppo. dozens of firefighters scorched thousands of acres. thousands of firefighters are come income to fight the plays
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this is the largest mobilization of the personnel since hurricane sandy recovered efforts back in 2012. unfortunately the weather forecast is grim. >> there is a cold front moving in. it will not bring beneficial rain. in fact, it could bring gusty whipped that might make matters worse. >> authorities are investigating several ar zopp cases and at least seven people have been arrested for fires. ? just ahead, bob dylan says thanks, but no thanks, to the award ceremony. first, meteorologist bill karins with a winter weather forecast it seems. >> foorm, we have warnings out there. we will soon have blizzard warnings, too. we are watching pretty good show between jackson and caspar, wyoming. there is where police ard conditions will be ahead. the snowfall forecast, in
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t. heavier snow, though, central and northern minnesotach 245i could get snow. that's a big look at the closer weather story of the day. you can see the difference between the warm stuff and the cold stuff. it will be 78 to 80 degrees around st. louis, where it will be in the 20s and 30s through the rockies. one more warm day if texas, where the cold air head your way tomorrow. almost like a spr warm out ahead, luckily, no severe weather in this one. >> what a difference, thank you very much. just ahead, president obama faces his toughest donald trump critics yet. we'll tell you who. an all star line-up is headed to the white house. details ahead as "early today "continues. see me. see me. don't stare at me. see me. see me. see me to know that psoriasis is just something that i have. i'm not contagious.
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>> it's the highest civilian honor that any president can give and president obama has given that out every year he has been in office. he fwifs it to just a handful of people. this year, he's going to give it to you? oh my gosh, no? >> yes. >> are you sure? >> i'm just and old baseball announcer. >> that was white house press secretary josh earnest convincing vin chosen, not kidle. for real, to receive the highest med alt of honor of freedom t. different artists of innovators, kareem ab dumb ja bar, ellen, bill and melinda gates, robert redford, dinah ross, vince sculley. also, bruts springsteen, cicely tyson and so many others. how often is that?
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>> that will be a star-studded line-up. congratulations to them. while president obama is baik waking up in berlin, back to the site, where he was a rockstar back in 2008. today, he'll formally meet with union leaders before stopping on the apex summit tour. nbc's chris jansen joins us from berlin with more. >> reporter: good morning, ayman, president obama is returning to the city that international superstar. he was a senator if 2008 when 2,000 people turned out here on the streets of berlin to cheer to see him speaking. some literally hanging off lamp posts a. lot has changed in the last eight years, the editor spoke about the disappointments of the obama era, how he didn't help with the reasonable crisis, how his pivot from asia away
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tapping of angela merkel phone. interestingly, they had a dinner, they have a more formal meeting today. then they'll have a press conference. can you bet key questions will be about donald trump. something that's been on the mind of all european leaders. here in germany, a pom of germans show he has an 82% disapproval rateing. tomorrow the president meets with other leaders of the eu, from france, spain, italy. al of the election of trump, not knowing what it might mean and looking for reassurances for a president who he, himself, said he was incredibly surprised by the outcome of this election. ayman. >> thank you chris jansing. thank you for that, krils. still ahead, bob dylan won't attend the nobel prize ceremony next month, he received a personal letter from the singer.
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donald trump's choice about steve ban none as an ad advisor. could the outcome lead to ro bust retail sales. nancy brings us those details. nancy. >> well, good morning. there is a hope that donald trump's promise to cut taxes and boost stimulus efforts could boost similar sentiment, even before christmas. the october retail sales sew consumer spending al overall, that's expected to continue. they're looking for a fear 4% rise if overall shopping. but when you look at dot-com online, they get a fine% rise. cyber monday alone is expected to by the about $3.5 billion. elsewhere, investors are hoping that steve ban none does not become the grinch that steals christmas for wall street.
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you are getting knocked by a wave. i'm happy to be here. >> the concert was so much fun. that was a scary moment about flying around in me the club there was a bat if there. a frightening moment. >> i'm sure she can laugh about it now a. puppy went on stage, very different. super model kate uptop's tirade, she is upset her fiance, superstar justin verlander just lost the american cy young award and questions the vote count,
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>> this is 7 "not the news" now. >> christa: all right. thursday morning. three minutes before 5:00 a.m. >> sarah: here are some store risk we're working on for you this morning. we're following breaking news. a car in a commuter rail train collide in revere. surveillance video shows two people running from the scene. we're live with the latest on the crash. >> christa: and police still searching from a of stabbing two people in hyde park. investigators say the man broke into a home, stabbed his ex-girlfriend and her mother. those two women are still in the hospital. >> sarah: then a local community taking to the streets to hold a peace rally after messages of hate were fund around town. nearly 100 people in natick lining up during rush hour to show their support. >> christa: and the pats hitting the practice field today, but will gronk be there? the star tight end expected to speak later today after missing practice on wednesday with with
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been a lot of reports, different reports about that. >> sarah: definitely. let's send it over to wren clair with a check of your forecast. >> wren: good morning. we had some trouble losing that cloud cover yesterday across the coast and the cape. we're still contending with that. a piece of energy pushing through keeping that cloud cover right around us in boston and bringing even the slight chance for a stray shower this morning. less cloud cover as you head further to our west. that's where we're also looking at a little bit of fog. into the rest of your day, things do trend coor, we kick off your thursday forecast. temperatures largely between 5 and 10 degrees cooler than yesterday at this time. norwood actually 8 degrees cooler. and actually new bedford 16 degrees cooler than yesterday at this time. temperatures are largely in the mid to low 40s. a couple cooler sports. 41 in orange. 47 here in boston. highs today are going to trend mild, though, and again, we have seen a little fog. most of that has been west of the 495 loop. you can see some of that now. here in boston, we're faring
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temperatures again trend mild. your 7 on 7 forecast showing we could see a stray shower on the coast this morning. temperatures largely in the mid to low 40s. even as we head enter the afternoon, we're going to have more cloud cover across the coast and the cape than what we'll see further inland and in western massachusetts. but we are still looking at peaks of sunshine. a mixture of sun and clouds. mostly clear as we head into the overnight hours with temperatures in the low 50s by 7:00. not a bad forecast at all. more sunshine by tomorrow. then our weather pattern pretty dramatically into the end of this week. i'll take a look in just a bit. "today in new england" starts now. >> christa: first up at 5:00 a.m., breaking news. a car and a commuter rail train colliding in revere. what police say the car was doing just moments before that crash. >> sarah: new developments in the murder of a princeton jogger. police release the description of a vehicle that was spotted mere the scene of the crime. >> christa: busy day ahead for president-elect donald trump. he is set to meet with a foreign leader as a new england native
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top job in his administration. >> sarah: and new this morning, a mumps outbreak on the campus of tufts university. the school telling students to take precautionary measures. >> this is 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: good thursday morning, everybody. thanks for waking up with us. i'm sarah french. >> christa: and i'm christa delcamp. let's get the latest on your forecast with wren clair. good morning to you. you a little bleary eyed this morning? we were out a little late. >> wren: we were. 9:00 bedfinal is bedtime, christa. we're looking at some quiet weather here as we head into your thursday forecast. more cloud cover across the coast and the cape. we have a piece of energy that could touch off a stray shower for us here this morning. but you can see much clearer skies as we head further west, especially west of the 495 loop. but west of the 495 loop, we're also dealing with a little patchy fog. if you're headed that way, definitely watch out for that and allow a little bit of extra time on your morning commute. temperatures do trend cooler. we're largely in the mid to low 40s. i'll take a look at our weekend


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