The archive of all headlines from November 10, 2016, organized by time of publication.
Leaders in both parties began coming to grips with the once-unimaginable scenario of Donald J. Trump’s presidency.“We are all now rooting for his success,” said President Obama, who planned to meet with Mr. Trump at the White House on Thursday.
The mostly young and diverse crowd screamed, 'Not my president,' and 'Respect all women,' stopping traffic while marching down Spring Street through the city center. President-elect Trump arrives at the White House to meet with Obama
The two were to meet in the Oval Office to discuss what both envision as a smooth transfer despite the pitched rhetoric about one another during the campaign. Dozens arrested, police cars damaged in second night of anti-Trump protests in California
The two met for more than 90 minutes in the Oval Office. The unexpectedly lengthy encounter ended with both men offering uncharacteristic praise for each other. Dozens arrested, police cars damaged in second night of anti-Trump protests in California
Donald J. Trump came to the White House for an Oval Office meeting with President Obama.After years of political combat, the two were set to discuss the daunting business of handing over the vast federal bureaucracy.
President Obama and Donald J. Trump made a public show of putting their bitter differences aside after meeting on the transition.”If you succeed, then the country succeeds,” Mr. Obama told Mr. Trump.
President Obama and Donald J. Trump made a public show of putting their bitter differences aside after meeting on the transition.“If you succeed, then the country succeeds,” Mr. Obama told Mr. Trump.
The chief executive has a lot of authority over the government, but there are also tremendous constraints from Congress, the courts and existing laws. California’s top elections official calls Trump’s choice for immigration advisor ’troubling’ and a threat to minorities