Protests rumble on as Trump shakes up transition team

Republican presidential elect Donald Trump (R) shakes hands with Republican candidate for Vice President Mike Pence speak during election night at the New York Hilton Midtown in New York on November 9, 2016Donald Trump shook up his White House transition team, putting running mate Mike Pence in charge and naming a cohort of Washington insiders — and three of his children — to help nail down picks for his future cabinet. A focal point for New York protests is Trump Tower, where the real estate tycoon-turned-world-leader has been ensconced in his luxury apartment, mapping out his next steps. The 70-year-old incoming president has a mammoth task of fleshing out his cabinet, as well as steering the complex transition of power, and announced in an interview with the Wall Street Journal Friday he was elevating Vice President-elect Mike Pence to lead the process.

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