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It’s time to hug it out. Two men who attacked each other unapologetically during the long campaign are expected to meet today when President-elect Donald Trump arrives at the White House for transition planning with President Obama. In a statement at the White House, Obama asked his staff to work toward a smooth transition, just as President George W. Bush and his team did for them eight years ago. He called the peaceful transfer of power ‘one of the hallmarks of our democracy.’
Police in Seattle are searching for a gunman today who opened fire on a group of people outside a convenience store after an argument, wounding five people.Four men and a woman were hurt after the incident near Pine Street and Third Avenue outside a 7-Eleven store near a busy bus stop. Police said ‘There was some type of personal argument that took place, a suspect walked away and then fired into crowd striking those individuals,’ All of the victims were taken to Harborview Medical Center and the condition of one woman and two men improved from serious to satisfactory conditions. The two other men remained in critical, but stable condition in intensive care.