The mother made the boy hold a sign saying "My mom kicked me out the house because I voted for Donald Trump". The boy bawls uncontrollably as he's shown to the door with the suitcase and a handmade sign that says, "My mom kicked me out because I voted for Donald Trump".
In the meantime, upset protesters were met with police in cities across the country. Among them: "Love Trumps Hate" and "We Are Stronger Together". Many have signs reading, "not my president". High school students gather with signs to protest the election results, outside the U.S. Bank Building in Minneapolis on Friday, Nov. 11, 2016. On Wednesday night, tens of thousands of people all over the country protested Trump's election victory.
Obama. Continuing a Washington victory tour of sorts after his presidential election shocked the world, Trump and Vice president-elect Mike Pence sat down with House Speaker Paul Ryan and then with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to discuss the Republican priorities in Congress.
The parade began at the American Legion Post 80 in Binghamton and ended at the Floyd L Maines Veterans Memorial Arena. "It's like a big family", says Josie Dehoyos, the wife of a Vietnam veteran. After the ceremony, veterans and their spouses were treated to a free lunch. We [The American Legion] does as much as we can for the community and for all veterans - no matter who they are.
Cooper claimed victory over McCrory, but the Republican incumbent told his supporters "the election is not over" while citing some still-uncounted votes. The McCrory campaign said it had "grave concerns over potential irregularities" in Durham. According to the Wake County Board of Elections , 25,598 of those absentee ballots have returned and were counted among all votes cast during the early voting period and on Election Day.
A photo showing White House staffers and top members of the Obama administration in the Rose Garden was shared widely on Twitter as Obama was due to meet President-elect Donald Trump. Though Trump hunched and twitched his fingers uncomfortably while sitting across from Obama in the Oval Office, the men spoke warmly of each other, giving unspoken assurance that the transition of power would not be impeded by the historically nasty presidential campaign.
USA president-elect Donald Trump appears to have had a change of heart about his vanquished rival Mrs Hillary Clinton in his first interview since winning the election, replacing his harsh rhetoric against the former first lady and her husband with words of praise.
The president then tied the day's goal to the election held earlier in the week. In his speech, Obama said the day was a good opportunity for the nation to try to come together after the historic and divisive election. The president said Americans "can never serve our veterans in quite the way that they served us", but he urged citizens to pay homage by showing respect and compassion for one another.
Investigators believe he may also have stolen a auto from an 89-year-old woman at a Meridian retirement community on Thursday morning. It's unclear whether he is alive. One member of the group called out to police, yelling "why can't you tell us?" The man who fired the shots that wounded the officers and police dog was shot and killed.
Since the Republican Party has not come up with anyone among the old line party structure that sparks an interest by the man and woman in the street, they too will not elect a president in the next election. He began by acknowledging the fact that the media mogul got to the White House by tapping into the anti-establishment anger of the middle income-class.
Although there were no group shots, several photos were released of the president and Donald Trump's meeting, as well as of Michelle Obama hosting Melania Trump for tea. Clinton, appearing at midday on Wednesday after a bruising election loss to the NY real estate magnate, urged supporters to keep an open mind on Trump and give him a chance to lead.
A series of anti-Trump protests erupted across America following Donald Trump's victory in the presidential election , including Manhattan (Columbus Circle and Union Square), and more recently in Portland, OR. "As we wrap our minds around this failed attempt at democracy that we as a country have witnessed in this election, and brace ourselves as Americans for a new Republican commander-in-chief with a majority Republican House and Senate; we are even more strengthened in our resolve to ...
We talked about some of the organizational issues, setting up the White House". According to the Associated Press , Donald Trump refused to let a group of journalists travel with him during the meeting, breaking long-standing tradition. Mr Obama blasted Mr Trump throughout the campaign as unfit to serve as a commander- in-chief. The best advice came the day after the election from Democratic Presidential Candidate Madame Secretary Hillary Clinton , "This loss hurts but please never stop ...
Just a day remains before the 2016 presidential campaign comes to a close and both candidates are making the most of the time they have left, with Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton making a combined nine stops in battleground states Monday. "If we come together with the common vision, common faith, we will find common ground", Clinton declared. Besides the event with Clinton in Philadelphia, President Obama will be in MI and New Hampshire during the day.
Now professional protesters, incited by the media, are protesting. Their action marked a third day of passionate rallies and marches in the Twin Cities and nationwide over the victory and views of Trump. Bank Building in Minneapolis on Friday, Nov. 11, 2016. The district has heard that students who walk out of class will go to the front of their schools for a photo to protest the outcome of the presidential election.
Septa said on its website that a deal was reached and that "limited bus, trolley and subway service will resume later today". The first day of the strike last Monday resulted in traffic gridlock around the city during the morning and evening rush hours, crowded and delayed regional train service, and higher absenteeism at the city's high schools.
Trump's visit is meant to close ranks after a campaign where Ryan at times criticized the Republican candidate for his controversial remarks, and begin to project an image of goodwill and high expectations for a productive GOP legislative agenda.
Comey said the FBI found emails that may be related to his past investigation of a private email server maintained by Clinton. "It took guts for Director Comey to make the move that he made in light of the kind of opposition he had where they're trying to protect her from criminal prosecution".
Trump's staff, in fact, has not allowed a member of a press pool to cover the movements of the president-elect, a break with decades of precedent. "The President described to the president-elect some of the issues that he expects to come up with some of our allies and partners and other world leaders that he'll meet with on the trip", Earnest said.
Although Maryland could be considered a below-average team, OSU is not taking this week lightly with just three weeks left in the season. With anemic performances and a distinct lack of hustle from several players, the Buckeyes looked much worse for wear as they headed into the offseason.
While our collective gaze was affixed on the Trump phenomenon, the real story was the growing disaffection with Democrats, their candidate and their policies. Winnie Wong, organizer of the online group People for Bernie, told NPR that a lot of them will take their activism to other causes, and future elections.
Mexico's interior ministry has reassured that even though deportations would increase under Trump's presidency, the process will not begin quickly. Fast forward to November: Trump defeats Democrat Hillary Clinton in the USA election and now Pena Nieto's gambit doesn't look so bad after all.
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A spokesman said: "Of these 20 patients, four are seriously injured". The Metropolitan Police said they were called at around 6.10am this morning to reports of an overturned tram at Addiscombe Road in Croydon, and officers are now on the scene along with other emergency services.
In downtown San Francisco, high school students called out "not my president " as they marched , holding signs urging a Trump eviction. Protests and marches occurred in Los Angeles, Philadelphia , Denver, Minneapolis, Madison , Wisconsin's capital, and Milwaukee , Columbus, Ohio, Baltimore , Dallas, Oakland , California, Richmond, along red states cities like Atlanta, Dallas, Omaha and Kansas City, Mo.
Verdict watch is underway as jury members deliberate in the murder trial of former University of Cincinnati Police Officer Ray Tensing. The jury said on Friday they were deadlocked, but were ordered by Judge Megan Shanahan, of Common Pleas Court in Hamilton County, to redouble their efforts.
On Wednesday, McConnell said Trump's victory is an indication the American people want to try something new, and he plans to work with Trump to change course. Trump met with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell for about an hour. "The Democratic Party used to speak for the workers who felt they were not being seen".
Pence will "put definition around Trump's vision" - a role he also played IN the primary race. Trump met Thursday with President Barack Obama at the White House. The current governor of IN spent 12 years IN Congress, which was part of what the Trump campaign found so appealing about Pence while vetting him as a possible running mate.
No reports of violence have surfaced so far. Hundreds of West Seattle High School students that staged a walkout Wednesday morning to protest Donald Trump as president-elect were joined by administrators. "Conversations and actions are taking place today in our schools". A group of about 250 students from South High School peacefully made their way from South High School to downtown Friday afternoon.
Feeling disheartened after the Hillary Clinton loss and unexpected election upset, Margot Gerster made a decision to take a refreshing walk in the woods with her daughters. "I think I recognized him first before her and once I realized it was her, I think my face was just like, awkward, huge, grinning smile, like "Oh my God" like band girling nearly it was pretty pretty hilarious", Gerster said .
Obama had campaigned vigorously for Trump's Democratic rival, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton , while calling the businessman both temperamentally unfit for the presidency and dangerously unprepared to have access to U.S. "I just had the opportunity to have an excellent conversation with President-elect Trump". President-elect Donald Trump gives his acceptance speech during his election night rally, November 9 , 2016, in NY.
Frutos added that he was adamant about organising a full-fledged rock concert high on emotion and music that was worthy of the fans who died to mark the first anniversary of the attacks that took place on November 13, 2015. "I want peace in the world", she said. "His coming here is what we needed", Frutos said. Sting said the concert proceeds would go to two charities helping survivors.
Because Obama accidentally said "President Clinton" in his speech after her loss, and it was a little ray of sunshine in an otherwise bleak day. Michelle Obama hosted Melania Trump at the White House and gave the incoming First Lady a tour of the residential part of the building which would be her home for the next four years.
But it's his proposed deportation policy that could have the largest real-world impact on people now living in the U.S. Susan Reed, managing attorney for Michigan Immigrant Rights Center, said what appears to be immediately at risk are the future of temporary relief programs for children and parents who have lived illegally in the USA for years.
Hillary Clinton on Wednesday delivered a poised and emotional concession speech, thanking President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle for their "determined leadership" and asking her supporters to continue seeking their own "dreams" and fighting for "what is right".