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troop 4 tonight, inside trump tower. the president-elect emerging from the elevators with kanye west. what the two then said. and it came just hours after mr. trump's choice for secretary of state. critics pouncing on rex tillerson's relationship with vladimir putin. breaking news tonight. what we've just learned, and what the judge just ordered in the case of the florida wife accused of plotting to kill her husband. police staging this scene, telling her her husband had been killed. the grandfather, 73 years old, unarmed, shot and killed by police. tonight, his family says, he had dementia. new surveillance right here tonight. the arctic blast moving in this evening. 100 million americans facing wind chills 10 to 20 below zero.
the popular kitchen appliance. authorities say pieces of the blade can breakaway in your food. several injuries reported. good evening. and it's great to have you with us here on a tuesday night. and we begin with that surprise meeting today at trump tower. the guest, making headlines in the lobby. and that visit came hours after the biggest announcement yet involving the president-elect's cabinet. mr. trump choosing exxon ceo tillerson for secretary of state. tonight, pradzing him, as c critics take aim with his ties with the russian president. when mr. trump came down to the lobby today, no questions taken on that front. instead, it was a photo-op with kanye west. abc's tom llamas leads us off from trump tower. >> reporter: today, just hours after announcing his pick for secretary of state, the president-elect emerging from trump tower elevators not with
the two meeting upstairs, posing for photos obtained by tmz. and afterwards, walking over to reporters. >> just friends. just friends. he's a good man. we've been friends for a long time. >> what did you guys discuss? >> life. >> reporter: but the headlines everywhere else? rex tillerson, the exxon mobil ceo trump tapped for secretary of state, touting his "vast experience at dealing succesly among them, russia, now accused by american intelligence agencies, including the cia, of deploying hackers to disrupt the election. though trump himself still doesn't believe it. tillerson has a long history with russia's president vladimir putin, seen here at a champagne toast. >> i've known him since 1999 and i have a very close relationship with him. >> reporter: putin awarding tillerson one of russia's highest honors for foreigners.
breaking from the cordial transition with this direct shot at trump. >> throughout his campaign, the president-elect indicated his intent, if elected president, to pursue warmer relations with russia. so, what better way to do that than to choose somebody who's been awarded the order of friendship by vladimir putin to be your secretary of state? >> reporter: and tillerson says russia sees him as a straight shooter. >> they know if i say no, it means no. and talking about it more isn't going to change that. no is still going to be no. over the years, we've earned each other's respect. and the importance is, when you say yes, you know we'll follow through on that yes. >> reporter: if confirmed, tillerson will be the first secretary of state to have never served in government or in the military. his entire career, 40 years at exxon. and the company could make billions if the trump administration lifts sanctions on russia. that hasn't gone unnoticed on
saying the next secretary of state must be, quote, free of potential conflicts of interest. but standing in tillerson's corner today, former secretaries of state condoleeza rice and james baker and former defense secretary bob gates. all three work for law firms who represent exxon. back at trump tower, the president-elect refusing to tis cuss any of it. the outspoken west, tight-lipped, as well. nothing to say? >> i just want to take a picture right now. >> reporter: and as they said their good-byes -- >> you take care of yourself. i'll see you soon. >> reporter: west later tweeting that he was there to, quote, discuss multicultural issues. >> and tom llamas with us live tonight. tom, we saw president-elect trump and kanye west in the lobby today, many still waiting iffer that press conference. in november, the president-elect declaring in a tweet, quote, i will be holding a major news conference in new york city with
discuss the fact i will be leaving my great business to fully focus on running the country. what's the trump team telling you now? when will that happen, this press conference, and what's their explanation for the delay? >> reporter: well, david, it was supposed to happen, as you mentioned, on thursday. it is now being postponed to, quote, the near future. no reason has been given why it has been postponed. trump took to twitter and he mentioned that he's going to leave the company to his sons and executives at the trump corporation, with that no deals would happen while he's in office. but there's so many questions. what does that mean? because every transaction will be scrutinized while he's in the white house. david? >> tom, thank you. we turn next tonight to new surveillance coming in just before we came on the air tonight, in a troubling case. video from that neighborhood where a 73-year-old grandfather, suffering from dementia, was shot and killed by police during a late night walk. officers were responding to a call from an eyewitness. but the family says he had no
here's abc's matt gutman. >> reporter: scrutiny is mounting tonight against the bakersfield, california, police department for shooting and killing that unarmed 73-year-old man. just before 1:00 a.m. on monday, can you see in this surveillance video, police responding to this dispatch call. >> brown jacket, unknown if under the influence. armed with a revolver. >> reporter: but the dispatch alerts officers about something else. >> francisco serna, reported as to hg >> reporter: mable jones daughter made that 911 call about serna, not recognizing her neighborhood. >> i told him to go back across the street, don't come out, go back. and he just kept coming. and they shot him. >> reporter: francisco sarna lived in that house, and it was just feet from his front door where the officers encounted him right in the driveway of his neighbor's house and it was here that they opened fire. neighbor donald clark heard the gunshots.
>> reporter: neighbors are saying that man was killed in cold blood. >> i think the investigation will show that our officers are allowed to use deadly force. >> reporter: abc news has learned at least seven shots were fired. tonight, his family is demanding justice. >> reporter: they all knew this was the man with dementia, and my father gets killed. that was -- just inexcusable. >> reporter: we may never know what happened, david, because this department says there was no surveillance video of the oo david? >> matt gutman with us tonight. thanks, matt. and now to a bombshell in another case. is it a hung jury? the jury telling the judge late today, they are deadlocked. the wife accused of ordering a hitman to kill her husband. the video captured by investigators. tonight, what the judge has now ordered the jury to do. abc's mara schiavocampo with late developments. >> reporter: deadlocked. >> we feel we cannot reach a unanimous decision.
telling the court they cannot agree on a verdict, after beginning deliberations early today. prosecutors say daliady poe leitao hired an ubdz cover officer posing as a hitman to kill her husband in 2009. the state showing this video during the trial, a fake murder scene carefully staged by police. >> is your husband michael? okay, i'm sorry to tell you, ma'am, he's been killed. >> reporter: jurors also saw this video. dy poe leitao in a phony killer for hire. >> you definitely want to do this? >> i'm positive, like 5,000% sure. >> reporter: she didn't testify, but she says she was just acting as part of a reality tv show, maintaining her innocence in an interview with abc's amy robach. >> did you want your husband dead? >> absolutely not. >> did you hire a hitman to kill your husband? >> no. >> reporter: in 2011, she was convicted of solicitation to commit first degree murder,
but that was overturned on appeal. david, for now, the judge has sent the jury home to rest and will ask them to continue deliberating in the morning. david? >> mara schiavocampo with us tonight. thanks, mara. next tonight, 100 million americans bracing for dangerous cold. wind chills well below zero. a driver rescued from an icy pond in minnesota today. her suv sliding off the road there. tonight, winter weather alerts in 14 states now, from california, clear across to new york, and chicago. >> reporter: tonight, that arctic blast turning roads outside chicago to ice rinks. outside minneapolis, one woman lucky to be alive after her suv goes off the road and into a frozen pond. one person rushing over with a wood pallet. the driver using a fire extinguisher to smash open her rear window. those good samaritans then helping pull her to safety. bands of heavy snow moving
wake. back in chicago, commuter rail workers lighting fires to keep track switches warm. riders bundling up. >> i got three layers, then i got a sweatshirt, then i got my work clothes under it. >> reporter: with even colder air on the way, a medical warning. if you suspect frostbite, don't make this mistake. >> we often see patients that have actually burned themselves because they're sticking numb hands in front of a heat source and not realizing how hot that can be. >> reporter: and david, here in chicago, it only gets worse. today, the high tempere tonight, it will feel like 9 below zero. david? >> the hearty people of chicago have seen it before. alex, thank you. let's get right to ginger zee, tracking the cold tonight. hey, ginger. >> reporter: hey, david. as soon as the wind chill drops below 25 below zero, that's when you can get frostbite in less than 30 minutes. let's look at that air that's actually touching parts of the northern plains tonight. and will settle in the nucleus of the cold air to places like chicago by thursday morning, where you see a 19 below for a wind chill.
it's 4 below, new york city. 17 below, boston. and this is really a sign of winter. as is all that moisture headed to northern california. warm and moist air, more than four inches of rain could fall in the northern sierra. david? >> all right, ginger zee with us tonight. ginger, thank you. we move onto other news now, and the chilling moments in court today in charleston, south carolina. dylann roof on trial in the murders of nine black worshippers at a bible study. they had asked h in prayer. tonight here, prosecutors revealing just how carefully they say dylann roof prepared. abc's steve so sunosunsami in charleston. >> reporter: jurors learned today this admitted racist and accused murderer, seen here entering this historic black church, had staked out the church several times, months before the killings in 2015. an fbi agent explains that a gps device in dylann roof's car shows he drove nearly two hours
church in charleston twice in february, again in april and then twice in may. in this cold-blooded fbi conf confession, roof admits to killing nine people and explains why he hates black americans. >> i had to do it, because nobody else is going to do it. nobody else is brave enough to do anything about it. >> reporter: police say they found more of these. pictures of roof with confederate flags and even wearing white hoods on computers at his home. full of hollow-point bullets. >> well, i actually bought them at a different walmart. not for any reason, it's just, i didn't have the money. >> reporter: the trial could close soon, and the last witness will be one of three survivors who says roof told her that he would let her live so she could tell the story. david? >> steve osunsami with us again tonight. overseas tonight, and the breaking headline. the city of aleppo in syria. now falling to the syrian government. there was an apparent agreement
escape with their lives. but there are reports that in the final hours before that deal, syrian troops were described as going door to door, killing family members who were still there. abc's alex marquardt, who just left syria. >> reporter: tonight, harrowing reports of president assad's forces carrying out summary executions on innocent civilians in aleppo. the u.n. claiming more than 80 people shot on site, including two dozen women and children, leaving bodies lying in the streets. a spokesman calling the reports "a complete meltdown of humanity." tonight, the cease-fire now declared. much of the information coming out nearly impossible to verify. a syrian general calling the charges of executions baseless. the latest fighting right near where we reported from just days ago.
there have been chilling pleas from those who say they were trapped in the horror. >> more than 50,000 of civilians are threatened with executions. >> reporter: today, the mass exodus. women and children with empty stares, seeking safety. where they go from here, far from certain. alex marquardt, abc news, london. >> alex, thank you. and next tonight, the dramatic final moments of the doomed cargo accept "el faro," before it sank heading into hurricane joaquin in the transcripts of the ship's voice reporter now revealing that they requested several times to divert around that storm, and the cap tape's fatal decision to stay the course. the engine giving out. all 33 crew members were lost with that ship. just some of their faces right there. back here at home tonight, to the economy, more records on wall street today. the dow now poised to hit a new milestone. the index getting 114 more points today, closing at 19,911. so close to 20,000.
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and the government, announcing that recall of more than 8 million food processors. the concern? these riveted blades, specifically with four rivets, and a beige plastic center hub. the company says over time, these blades can crack, sending small metal pieces into your food. >> there are dozens of incidents of cuts to the mouth and broken teeth because of these products. >> reporter: conair says there are 69 reports of people finding metal in their food. >> these are in millions own. and they're really dangerous products. >> reporter: the recall includes 22 models sold over the last 20 years. and david, you can find that model number on the bottom of your machine. the company is offering a free replacement blade. david? >> linzie janis, thank you. when we come back, the new headline about bill cosby tonight. the screaming match erupting in court. also, the call for help. the young boy trapped under that flipped atv. the officer, the rescue, and
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anchor in 1983. robin was a mainstay at espn for 15 years before joining "good morning america." ten inductees tonight. we are proud of robin. when we come back, several items at the christmas dinner table made in america, including something in a can that the kids always ask to do themselves. ? ? ? ? ? ? testing testing! is this thing on? huh?
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>> look at the snow. >> picked up some of our favorite runamoc maple syrup. >> 750 bottles an hour. >> made in america! woo! >> and there's beecher's cheese. we remember the fedex man right there, his busiest time of the year. his christmas deliveries. they sell cheese from all over america. so, this is the cheese counter. >> it is. >> 40 new hires since our first report on beecher. can you rattle off the states? >> wisconsin, minnesota, washington, oregon, vermont, new york. texas. >> i mean, come on. can't forget texas. the workers say, don't forget the american farmer this christmas. they suited me up. this was milk, just 30 minutes ago. on its way. you want to flip -- how was that? >> that's it. >> and from beecher's cheese to
christmas. otis spunk mier cookies. baking 20 million pounds of cookies for the holidays. >> the best thing is, when my kids say, hey, my dad makes that. >> and who knew that redi-whip was whipped up in america. >> ho ho ho. >> dad, what are you doing? >> made in indiana at fair oaks dairy farm, family owned. that cream then shipped to indianapolis, mix it. 360,000 cans of day. >> i have a strong sense of pride. we make it here in indianapolis. >> they make it with three words in mind this christmas. >> made in america! >> making me hungry. keep tweeting me your ideas. i'm david muir. we'll see you right back here tomorrow.
[captioning made possible by wisn-tv] [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] announcer: wisn 12 news starts right now with breaking news. joyce: we begin with breaking news. donald trump makes his first visit to wisconsin since being elected president. kathy: on the left, a live look at state fair park, where he will hold a rally in about an hour. on the right, this video just into our newsroom of trump's plane landing at the airport. the president-elect will be joined by vice-president elect mike pence. joyce: it's part of their thank you tour, a nationwide visit to some of the states they won on the road to the white house. we have live team coveraf from the ground. we begin with patrick at state fair park. patrick: we are hearing the national anthem right now. let's go to sheldon dutes has at the airport. donald trump has arrived in wisconsin. sheldon: yes, i want to show you what we can see here. milwaukee police have blocked off part of the road as the
its way down the street. you can see that the trademark t was visible on the tail. earlier today, i caught up with one supporter anxiously waiting for that arrival, waiting to see the president-elect. she said she is excited for his visit to go to tonight's rally. she will be an west allis later tonight. she talked to me about her hope for the country unifying going forward. >> he's been repeating over and over again all this time that since he's been elected that he would like us to come together, and i really, really want to see it happen for our future, for our children, and for us all. sheldon: another live look of