President-elect Donald Trump met with President Obama as he prepares to transition into the White House.
- Trump and Obama talked at length and offered uncharacteristic praise for each other
- An immigration hard-liner is joining Trump's transition team
- Trump's Muslim ban was removed from his website, but it's back
- For Democrats, now what?
- The glass ceiling for Hillary Clinton and women turned out to be a concrete wall
- Anti-Trump protestoes shut down the 101 Freeway in L.A., as protests broke out around the nation
As protesters upset by his victorious campaign fanned out in cities nationwide on Thursday, President-elect Donald Trump addressed the demonstrations for the first time.
In a tweet, he called the protests "unfair" and accused the media of emboldening the unrest.
Nationwide, from Philadelphia to Los Angeles, people took to the streets Wednesday and Thursday nights to protest Trump, whose charged rhetoric during the campaign targeted, among others, Mexican immigrants, Muslims and women.
Earlier on Thursday, Trump visited with President Obama inside the Oval Office for a meeting that both men described as positive.
In a separate tweet, Trump lauded Obama, saying the two had great "chemistry" in their first meeting and that his wife, Melania, really liked first lady Michelle Obama.
Four years ago, Trump also used Twitter to encourage protests against Obama's re-election.