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>> we'll be back in 25 minutes with local news update. mike will have an update then. >> kris andly be doing nbc bay area news at 11:00. good morning. it's official. donald trump formally becomes the republican party's presidential nominee. the votes of his own children putting him over the top. >> congratulations, dad! we love you! >> and getting personal about the man they know. >> he's always helped me be the >> for my father, impossible is just the starting point. >> governor chris christie going after hillary clinton and riling up the convention crowd. >> all: lock her up! >> as the trump campaign pushing back hard against accusations that melania trump stole part of her speech, and trump's running mate prepares to deliver the biggest speech of his life. today wednesday, july 20, 2016.
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>> announcer: from nbc news, this is a special edition of "today" at the republican national convention with matt lauer and savannah guthrie, live from cleveland. and good morning, everyone. welcome back to cleveland. welcome to a wednesday morning, and welcome to halftime of the republican national convention. two days down two more very event-filled days to go. >> you say halftime. i say, should i get two hot dogs and a beer, as usual? >> absolutely. marching band about to take the field. >> night two a busy one. republicans make it official. selecting donald trump and indiana governor mike pence for their nominees as president and vice president. >> the theme, make america work again. and heavy on attacks against hillary clinton. we've got it all covered starting with peter alexander. good morning. >> reporter: a night for the history books.
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good morning. the republican party now officially embracing the first-time politician, the billionaire, donald trump as its presidential nominee. the big moment on tap tonight will be for governor mike pence of indiana. his first chance to really be heard by the world after largely being overshadowed during that vp rollout. >> and it's my honor to be able to throw donald trump over the top. >> reporter: after a primary campaign like no other, a moment of triumph for donald trump delivered by his oldest son. >> congratulations, dad! we love you! >> reporter: the announcement triggers a celebration to the tune of new york's unofficial anthem. ♪ we're here in the crush of the new york delegation. just like that, the word presumptive can be dropped. donald trump is the republican party's nominee for president. trump by satellite acknowledging the historic night. >> i'll never forget it. it's something i will never,
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ever forget. >> reporter: trump's children, his biggest advocates. daughter tiffany and donald jr. delivering testimonials. >> my father is so friendly, so considerate, so funny, and so real. >> you want to know what kind of president he'll be? let me tell you how he ran his businesses, and i know, because i was there with him by his side on job sites, in conference rooms, from the time i could walk. >> reporter: still, the night was heavy on harsh rhetoric. much of it directed at hillary clinton. prosecuting the case, new jersey governor chris christie. >> the charge of putting herself ahead of america. guilty or not guilty? >> all: guilty! >> reporter: delegates repeatedly calling for clinton to be thrown in jail. >> all: lock her up! >> reporter: clinton firing back on twitter. "if you think chris christie can lecture anyone on ethics, we have a bridge to sell you." but the hits kept coming. >> hillary clinton will do
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anything, say anything and be anything to get elected president. >> reporter: dr. ben carson going one step farther calling clinton to al alinski, linking her to the devil. >> wrote a book calmed "rules for the radicals. the lucifer of his own kingdom. so are we willing to elect someone as president who has as their role model somebody who acknowledges lucifer? >> reporter: and house speaker paul ryan emphasizing policy over personal attacks while barely mentioning trump's name. >> only with donald trump and mike pence do we have a chance at a better way. >> reporter: the theme tonight, "make america first again." donald trump will be back in the room to hear from his running mate, mike pence. among the other headliners, son eric trump, newt gingrich and trump's longtime rival, ted
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cruz. still unclear at this hour whether he'll endorse the nominee. >> peter alexander, thank you very much. you may have been following, a bit of a side story going on whether parts of melania trump's trump monday night was plagiarized. for a moment last night, similar allegations aimed at donald trump jr. they were quickly explained. nbc's hallie jackson has more on all of that. hallie, good morning. >> reporter: hi, savannah. good morning. with the stage now set for night three of the gop convention, new details are emerging about that night one speech from melania trump that you mentioned, and accusations that she plagiarized some passages from michelle obama. it's why when donald trump jr. said a few lines last night that seemed similar to someone else's work, the initial reaction, not again. turns out it wasn't quite plagiarism, maybe a bit of recycling with the trump campaign now pushing back. a false alarm spreading fast online after the "daily show" tweeted similarities between
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donald trump jr.'s speech and the column by conservative writer frank buckley. >> our schools used to be an elevator to the middle class, now they're stalled on the ground floor. >> reporter: turns out, buckley tells nbc news, i was a principal speechwrites e-- speechwriter for the speech, it's not an issue." it's not clear who's behind melania trump's speech, similar to michelle obama speech. sources tell nbc news the trump team hired veteran speechwriter matthew skully to craft those remarks. the draft submitted shows none of the passages in question. a senior trump aide telling nbc news, that draft was mostly rejected, but remaining tight-lipped about who added these lines -- >> the values. >> you work hard. >> you work hard for what you want in life. >> that your word is your bond and you do what you say. >> and you do what you say -- >> reporter: donald trump jr. defending his stepmother.
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>> works with speechwriters to get something happening, and that's it. >> reporter: even as top trump aides and surrogates first argued there wasn't any cribbing, just common cliches. >> things like care, respect and compassion, you know, those are not extraordinary words. >> a simple google search of three phrases comes up with everything from sparkle to john ledge end to notorious b.i. g. >> reporter: turn it in dotcom found 6% of trump's speech matched the first lady's eight years ago. word for word, trump used 23 of the same words in a row that obama did. and this morning it's still not clear who's responsible for adding those passages to melania trump's speech. although some reports indicate it may have had something to do with a former ballet dancer with longtime ties to the trump family working with mrs. troump that. -- trump on that. in the meantime, a lot of eyes on eric trump who will take the stage tonight. matt and savannah, i just spoke
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with him here on the convention floor, he says his goal tonight, to explain the "why." why people should vote for his father. >> hallie, thank you, from the convention floor. let us bring in nicole and mark. good morning. 24 hours ago we sat and knew exactly the headline. all about that speech we just talked about. what is the headline this morning? >> learning that donald trump jr. and chris christie begin to calm the jittery nerves of the gop. >> and donald trump is the official republican nominee has changed his psychology a little bit. not got the party fully united but it moving towards a little bit of a normal situation where it's the red team against the blue team. >> let's talk about the speeches last night. donald trump jr. had a difficult job, and in a way he took on more than he needed to, but it seemed like he delivered. not only did he do the character witness for his father, which most children of a candidate would do, he also made a policy argument, and also took on hillary clinton. do you think it was effective? >> you know, i do, and i think -- we've you talked about the family all week because
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they've been thrust into controversy, not willingly, but, you know, donald trump jr. did what every kid of a politician is able to do. they have more goodwill than the candidate themselves. all the ickiness attaching inside to a candidate does not attach to a kid. he took a risk, but pulled it off. a talented messenger. >> and one of the speeches, governor chris christie, sometimes prosecuting, literally and figuratively, hillary clinton, and it brought out a lot of the anger that we've been talking about over the course of this campaign that is in the electorate. we heard it in their chants of "lock her up" and "guilty," does that anger work at an event like this? >> a lot of republicans, even trump supporters didn't like the chant, thought they maybe went a little too far. the reality is, donald trump probably couldn't beat any other democrat running for president but for hillary clinton because of her weaknesses on issues and chris christie talked about that.
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trust and honesty. if they're going to win, people like chris christie and donald trump saying to the country, you can't be for hillary clinton. that's the only alternative. went too far for some, but that's the emotion. politics rely a lot on emotion. >> and nicole, the speeches have been a lot about hillary clinton, as much, if not more, about a takedown of hillary clinton, and a positive case for donald trump. hillary clinton has high negatives. so is this effective in terms of flush could out for people, okay, this is why you don't feel good about her, or go too far? does it overestimate how much people don't care for hillary clinton? >> i think we underestimate the power of negative messaging. campaigns are -- it's sort of a fantasy and you start to -- you have to raise your positives. in this campaign, in this climate, with these candidates, it's never going to happen. this is going to be an incredibly negative campaign.
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both candidates of vulnerable on their negatives, so neither campaign will spend time propping up their own positives. >> negative against trump and -- >> negative, and i think the chanting was bad, but i think it will be canceled out next week by equally uncomfortable moments with the democrats at their convention. >> we are at halftime. the middle point of the convention. if you're an undecided voter sitting at home, dipping in and out of watching the convention, feeling better about trump as a possible president or worse? >> i think just on donald trump jr.'s speech alone, for some people, better. this is going to rely upon two speeches above all else. tonight we hear from newt gingrich and mike pence. but i think ivanka trump and donald trump thursday will tell a lot more than the prelude of the first three nights. >> thank you very much. we'll hear more from here at the rnc just ahead. remember, catch complete coverage all day on msnbc and live in primetime tonight, 10:00 eastern. 7:00 pacific here on nbc.
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new developments this morning surrounding the zika outbreak. florida health officials investigating a new case that apparently did not stem from travel to another region of the world. if it is confirmed, it would be the first evidence that zika has spread to mosquitoes here in the continental u.s. all cases up to now have been in people who travel to zika-affected regions or their partners. going to new york now. most lanes of the tappan zee bridge just north of the city have reopened this morning after a crane collapsed across the entire width of that bridge on tuesday. as you can imagine, this created a traffic nightmare. the bridge was shut down in both directions for about five hours. transportation officials say six of the seven lanes have now reopened. no cars were hit when that crane collapsed. no one was seriously hurt. it's amazing.
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officials say it's unclear what caused that crane to fall. >> a lot of people saying their prayers, breathing a sigh of relief. down to al, a first check of the weather and gorgeous day in cleveland. >> spectacular but a lot of heat and misery around a good portion of the country, guys. let's show what we've got. look at the map. by the numbers, 46 million people under some sort of a heat advisory. 16 states covers 575,000 square miles. look at how many people are under that area where it feels like over 100 degrees. the actual air temperatures, upper 90s to 100. factor in the heat and humidity, it will feel like in minneapolis over 100. kansas city, oklahoma, dallas and rapid city. we go on into the northeast and the midwest. chicago, cleveland, atlanta, new orleans, heading towards the end of the week, that feels-like temperatures well above 100 and even the northeast. we are looking at a lot of heat. air temperaturewise, we have temperatures right around 100. factor in the humidity and the
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feels-like temperatures, again, over 100 degrees. dangerous heat. want to make sure you check or elderly neighbors and family and friends, because this could be potentially a life-threatening heat wave. we'll get to your local forecast coming up in the next 30 seconds. i'm meteorologist kari hall. we have mid to upper 50s. and was was we go into the day,h
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bay and north bay, as well as the tri-valley we will be reaching into the 80s. 65 degrees in san francisco. and mid 70s for the east bay and the peninsula. expect it to be mostly sunny all throughout the day and we are in for a few changes over the next few days. by the end of the week we'll have some warmer temperatures. that's your latest weather. now up to the "today" show balk inn. >> you are in the midst of brilliance. a man with a ohio university shirt on. >> bobcats. >> i just heard, "go arizona!" >> getting our college throws in there. al, thank you. sad news to report now from hollywood overnight. legendary director, writer, producer garry marshall. the man behind "happy days," "laverne & shirley" and "pretty woman" has died. this morning, friends, family and fans are mourning the loss of a hollywood icon, garry marshall. a beloved figure in show
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business, marshall leaves a legacy of laughter and heart warming moments on television and in films. born in the bronx in 1934, marshall got his start in the late 1950s as a joke writer. eventually working on "the tonight show" with jack paar. in 1970, marshall adapted his first tv hit "the odd couple." he went on to create a string of popular sitcoms including "happy days" stars henry winkler and ron howard. >> hey, hey, hey. i need quiet. >> reporter: and its spin-off, "laverne & shirley," starring his younger sister penny marshall. with "mork & mindy" garry marshall introduced the world to the comedic brilliance of robin williams. >> from out there. >> reporter: in the 1980s and '90s marshall began directing movies and found mega success with one of his biggest hits, "pretty woman." the cast reunited on "today" last year, explaining how one of the film's most memorable moments came to be. >> ooh! [ laughter ] >> open the box, she goes -- oh,
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wonderful. we did like three or four takes. oh, it's wonderful. she's so excited. garry says, snap it. soon as she reaches. >> i fig. snap it. we'll do a -- gag real stuff. he snapped it, but she laughed so well that -- people didn't even -- >> so much. it was -- >> one of the charming moments. >> overnight, richard gere said in a statement that marshall was one of the funniest men who ever lived. he had a heart of the purest gold and a soul full of mischief. henry winkler starring at fonzie on "happy days" sent a tweet saying, thank you for my professional life. thank you for your loyalty, friendship and generosity. you know, when we shout that reunion, shot that, "pretty woman," as each star arrived, first thing they asked, always, is garry here yet? and wanted to run over and say hi and embrace him. >> the thing about him was he found our commonality in warmth
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and humor. that's what will be his legacy. >> every time you hear any actor talking about him, the warmth and the love that is exuded says everything about him. >> our condolences to his family. coming up, changing subjects, roger ailes, is he ones wion s with way out at fox? amid allegations of sexual harassment. and plus, indiana governor mike pence in the spotlight tonight. what will he say to the nation in his speech later tonight? we'll take a look. first, this is "today" from nbc from cloochbd. cleveland.
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good morning. police are still at the scene of what's been a lengthy standoff in oakland vovming a number of people. it's reason unfolding since 3:30 this morning near 15th avenue. police arrived at the location detaining several people. others came out as police guns were drawn. reports of up to three people still hold up inside and that a weapon may be involved. and because of that uncertainty, officers are still hunkered down outside. neighbors believe the location doubles as an underground nightclub. the police so far are not confirming that. we'll continue to monitor. want to check the forecast right now with kari. >> good morning. and we do start out with some mostly sunny skies.
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some clouds rolling across parts of san francisco. 56 degrees. most of ruus are in the mid to upper 50s. highs this afternoon reaching into the 60s along the coast. 70s and low 80s for the inner bay. starting to see more 80s here on the map as temperatures warm up slightly for the inland areas. up to 87 degrees in fairairfiel. horgan hill, high of 86. 84 in livermore and concord. let's head over to mike to see what's happening as you head out for commute. >> after some activity this rning for both b.a.r.t. and the golden gate bridge both have calmed down. recovering from earlier delays. we'll zoom in toward the dumbarton bridge as we look over towards the peninsula side. westbound highway 84, slower drive across the san mateo bridge above it. backs up to the toll plaza and clear across the span. northbound through silicon valley slowing down. north 280 and westbound 237 jams up right there west 237 at 101. no incidents reported.
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good morning, everybody. cleveland rocks. you know that. 7:30, wednesday morning, july 20, 2016. >> we got the guy. we got the band. the show. >> let's set the stage. the convention tonight, make america first again, the theme. addressing american ingenuity, innovation and achievement. >> the headliners include donald trump's former president's rivals marco rubio and ted cruz. we will also hear from vice presidential nominee indiana governor mike pence and a man who is rumored to be in line for that job, former house speaker newt gingrich.
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donald trump's son eric will address the delicates as well tonight. >> let's begin with half hour with new fallout over sexual allegations against fox ceo roger ailes. is his era at that network coming to an end? legal correspondent cynthia mcfadden following this story and the lawsuit closely. she's at fox headquarters in new york this morning. cynthia, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, savannah. well, there has been a lot of speculation about whether roger ailes is poised to sign a massive exit deal with fox news. this morning, sister publication "new york post" makes it clear, the end is near. new images of roger ailes seen here leaving fox news with wife elizabeth chilson amid reports the longtime ceo could be on his way out for good. ailes recent trouble began earlier this month when former fox news anchor gretchen carlson filed a lawsuit against the
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76-year-old media mogul alleges repeated sexual harassment. she urged others to speak out, releasing this message on twitter tuesday. >> it's time for us to come out of the shadows and let our voices be heard. >> reporter: ailes called the allegations offensive and defamatory and said they would be vigorously defended. now another fox news anchor megyn kelly has entered the controversy among "new york magazine" reports she, too, was sexually harassed by ailes. ailes' attorney responded saying, "roger ailes has never sexually harassed megyn kelly. in fact, spent much of the last decade promoting and helping her to achieve the stardom she earned for che sha has repeatedly and publicly thanked him him." >> he's absolutely a mentor to me. he's also a friend. he's -- he is my boss. i mean, we're not equals. but i depend on him for
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friendship and seeing honest advice and he'll give it to me. >> reporter: wrote an ailes profile in 2011 painted a picture of a man who revolutionized cable news, combining years as a political operative and ultraconservative ideology to build fox news from the ground up. >> roger had an incredibly free hand in developing fox news. so fox news is in every way a reflection of roger ailes. >> reporter: much to ails chagrin, rupert murdoch but his sons lockland and james in charge of fox news announced ailes would be reporting to them. sources with direct knowledge of the situation told nbc news, the brothers wanted ailes out, even back then. >> roger ailes is the most important person in television news. he is the most important person in the conservative movement in
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america. >> reporter: the decision about whether to remove roger ailes from his post will undoubtedly have an affect not just on fox news but also on the landscape of republican politics. so parent company 24th century fox put out a statement via tweet that says, roger is at work. the review is ongoing. the only agreement that is in place is his existing employment agreement. roger ailes attorney tells me roger ailes continues to run fox news' coverage of the republican national convention. savannah? >> cynthia mcfadden at fox headquarters, thank you. let us make a turn. a check of the weather now from al. >> guys, thanks so much. we're down here. kind of a party. got guys playing music over here. we got all of these nice folks hanging out. we've got -- dogs. oh, hey, there! and we've got a lot of wet weather to talk about. let's show you what happened yesterday in iowa. we've got des moines, iowa.
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a lot of heavy rain falling. look at this. streets turned into lakes. folks got stranded in their cars. a real, real mess. could it be repeated today? let's go back to the maps and you'll see were could see storms firing up. in fact, already firing up in parts of illinois, on into indiana. we expect this now to continue as this front makes its way towards the east. the storms develop along that boundary. hail, damaging wind gusts, especially into the evening. tomorrow, showers and thunderstorms make their way further east. a slight risk of severe storms eastern wisconsin and parts of michigan as well. that's wha we're only seeing a few clouds here and there. mostly sunshine as you head out the door. and cool temperatures. it's 50 in napa and santa rosa. 59 degrees in san jose and 57 in livermore as we go into the day and san francisco. it will top out in the mid 60s. breezy one for today as well as tomorrow and temperatures holding steady.
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then we begin the warming trend as we go crosser to the weekend. it will be much warmer for the inland valleys reaching 83 degrees today. and 98 degrees on sunday. that's your latest weather. hey, john, come on in here. i want to introduce the crowd to somebody. dad of one of our superstar producers adam miller. this is big bob miller from cleveland. how are you, sir? >> good. welcome. welcome back. >> thank you have now it's official. the big bob miller greeting, guys. >> all right, al. cool. mr. miller, hello! >> good morning. coming up, "snl" weekend update comes to cleveland. joining us live to find the humor in the political convention. >> but first, indiana governor mike pence set to deliver the biggest speech of his political life tonight. what we expect to hear from donald tr jay knows how to keep his wheels spinning. nice shorts dad... they don't make 'em in adult sizes? this is what the pros wear. look at the lines... uhhh... look at the other line... mm...mhh...
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about him to say whether he is a good or a bad choice. something republicans are hoping to change when pence takes the stage hours from now. >> gonchar pence, what did you think about the chaos this morning? >> reporter: indiana governor mike pence tonight will speak to an audience of millions making his primetime debut here in cleveland. a massive change from just a week ago. now he's surrounded by reporters and secret service. this is what it's like to overnight become a vice president's candidate. the secret service just arrived. a complete life-changing element for mike pence from indiana. >> i actually got out of the car in the alley and saw all of these cars, and i turned to the security official and i said, are they all with us? >> reporter: a former member of congress, and attorney, pence began his career at a talk radio host. ♪ the mike pence snow >> reporter: and as governor, has proven to be a staunch social conservative signing
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controversial legislation, including a religious freedom bill that came under fire from gay rights groups. >> no nahate in our state. >> reporter: and helped pass a xrict anti-abortion bill that would have limited women's rights to abort a disabled fetus's that right was plblocke by a federal judge. and it could make mike pence the perfect running mate for donald trump, who is truggaling to unify the party. >> an ideological pick, a unity pick. in history a lot of republican nominees in the past were more in the center often go to the right to try to get the right wing to come along. >> reporter: the road to becoming a vice presidential nominee has at times been rocky. after reports leaked to the press that pence had been chosen, donald trump called in to fox news saying he hadn't yet made up his mind. >> i haven't made my final, final decision. i mean, i have three people that are fantastic. >> reporter: while trump was saying that, pence already arrived in new york city for the
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announcement. typically nominees give a breach speech before nominating a running mate. mitt romney spoke eight minutes before introducing paul ryan. john mckain for ten. when pence finally did walk onstage, trump walked off. now the 57-year-old will have a second chance to introduce himself to voters in a primetime address later tonight. so now the question is whether this shotgun marriage of a tea party conservative who is also a christian evangelical will get along with donald trump, who defies all labels. >> we will wait and see. andrea, thanks very much. appreciate it. >> a lot more from here in cleveland in a moment. first, noble convention speech writers, featuring other vice president's nominees. >> like other generations of americans we soon discovered that history had unexpected duties in store for us. >> you can run from a tv camera.
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through here and lebron james. he's prowled these halls, too. remember, this is home to the cleveland cavaliers. the champion team that i think donald trump was trying to walk out on night one to "we are the champions." this is the direction these politicians, family members will walk. tonight, for example, where eric trump, ted cruz, newt gingrich will be. eric trump telling me, by the way, he's really focusing on why voters should pick his father. this is the main theme of his speech tonight. these guys are blocking us from backstage, where the big names go. not quite for us, but we'll head over to the floor. you can often see members of media or delegates lining up to try to catch a glimpse of maybe donald trump or other folks walking in. cameras sprinting back. you can see where the delegations are seated. vermont, northern marietta islands and front row, seats of honor, flip around here. new york. a front row seat to all the
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action last night and donald trump was formally nominated as the republican nominee and a front row seat to indiana governor mike pence. we'll see if we can hunt down the indiana delegation, too. >> had was a nice walking tour, especially when you went by the cavs locker room. i liked that. almost wanted you to go -- smells like victory. >> hallie, thank you so much. still to come this morning, this is interesting. the role that matt damon says he actually took from his fellow star friend brad pitt. plus, catching up with mila kunis on her new movie, expecting baby number two. >> and after your news and weather. me too! call me tomorrow? i'm gonna send a vague text in a couple of days, that leaves you confused about my level of interest. i'll wait a full two days before responding. perfect! we're never gonna see each other again, will we? no-no. wouldn't it be great if everyone said what they meant? the citi double cash card does. it lets you earn double cash back. 1% when you buy and 1% as you pay.
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good wednesday morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. as we get a view at ocean beach right now. it's 56 degrees. you see some clouds rolling in. we've seen some mostly clear skies but in spots. there have been some clouds, especially along the coastline. it's now 59 degrees in livermore. 61 in san jose and concord. a look at all the microclimates a little bit warmer today, effort inland valleys and gilroy up to 90 degrees today in redwood city. 74 in the mission district at 63. 82 in santa rosa while oakland is at 75. and pleasanton will see a high today of 84 degrees. as we go into the next several days we are getting ready for some hot temperatures, especially later on this weekend. let's see what's happening with realtime traffic with mike. >> looking at a live shot northbound 880. jamming up right around high street north of the coliseum. we'll show you that same stretch over here on our traffic sensors. you see that slowing. that megaphone shouts out at midday game, 12:35, as play the
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astros. for the up ter east shore freeway, status quo through berkeley. traditional slowing in through san francisco to the peninsula. looking at the rest of the bay. there's the dumbarton bridge extra slow westbound 84 this morning getting over towards the facebook side as we like to call it. northbound through the south bay moving well but slowing. 280/880 and 237 slow all of the way over toward mountain view and 101. back to you. >> all right, thank you very much, mike. happening now, personal possessions up in flames for customers at an east bay storage facility. atv and motorcycles among the damaged items. early morning fire on our facebook page. the man who set off melania trump's plagiarism controversy is based here in the bay area. learn firsthand how he realized it eerily echoed michelle obama's eight years ago. disney not facing any legal action from the family whose toddler was killed by an alligator in florida. details on our home page.
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it's 8:00 on "today." coming up, it's official. >> and it's my honor to be able to throw donald trump over the top. >> donald trump becomes the gop nominee for president on a night filled with speeches from his family. >> he motivates me to work my hardest. >> as the focus turns to his opponent in the fall. >> the charge of putting herself ahead of america, guilty or not guilty? >> all: guilty! >> we're live in cleveland, where we'll also be joined by "snl's" "weekend update" team to expose the lighter side of political conventions. >> more of a trump fan or a hillary fan? >> we're going to build a wall! it's going to be huge. >> pretty good. >> then, from politics to
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pokemon. why an entire generation may be more familiar with pikachu than the vice president. >> be a bad mom. >> oh, i'm in. >> yes! to bad moms. >> to bad moms! >> whew! >> and mother knows best. >> have a great day at school. >> amy, pta meeting at 2:00. will we see you there? >> no. bye! >> we'll talk motherhood, the good, the bad and the ugly, with "bad mom's" star mila kunis. today, wednesday, july 20, 2016. ♪ >> nine years of wedding bliss, and the "today" show we never miss! >> from missouri! >> -- my parents! >> the "today" show! [ cheers ]
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welcome back, everyone, to "today" on a wednesday morning. cleveland, ohio. we're in the heart of it here, on east 4th street between euclid avenue and prospect avenue. behind us, nice crowd gathered on this wednesday morning. walking down here, i understand, the crowd changing, gets even heavier and can get a little iffy sometimes but we're happy to be here early in the morning with really, really nice people. >> by the way, last night was a busy one here at the convention. donald trump officially became the republican nominee for president. two of his children took the stage inside the cube, and there are still questions lingering over melania trump's speech. peter alexander has all the headlines. peter, good morning. >> reporter: savannah, and matt, good morning. donald trump will be back in the building here at the arena here tonight for the first time officially at the party's presidential nominee. this is a big night where the lights will shine brightest, perhaps, on trump's running mate. mike pence. taking his first real turn on the national stage.
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a presumptive nominee no longer, on the convention floor, donald trump jr. and the new york delegation delivers decisive votes making his father the party's presidential nominee. >> and it's my honor to be able to throw donald trump over the top! congratulations, dad! we love you! >> reporter: from trump tower, the new nominee on video, calling it a very, very special day. >> we did, getting the party's nomination, i'll never forget it. >> you work hard for what you want in life. >> reporter: but questions about melania trump's monday night speech persists. satire. >> she gave the speech of michelle obama's life last night. >> if any of these jokes sound old, it's because michelle obama used them in 2008. >> this is truly the best of times. it is the worst of times. >> plagiarism. how will that affect the
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nomination? >> it's not. nothing to do with it. i think she did an amazing job. >> reporter: at the podium, republican superstars taking shots at hillary clinton. new jersey governor chris christie prosecuting the case bringing the republican audience to its feet. >> all: lock her up! >> the charge of putting herself ahead of america. guilty or not guilty? >> all: guilty! >> herselfish, awful judgment in making our secrets vulnerable. what's your verdict? guilty or not guilty? >> all: guilty! >> reporter: clinton tweeted her response, if you think chris christie can lecture anyone on ethics, we have a bridge to sell you. on this night, it was the trump family commanding center stage. >> i'm proud of my girl. >> marla maples tweeting this of daughter tiffany trump before her speech. >> if you do what you love, hold nothing back, and never let fear of failure get in the way, then you pretty much figured out the trump formula. >> reporter: and donald jr.
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proclaiming this election, one that will determine the future of the world. >> and that's why we need to elect a man who has the track record of accomplishing the impossible. >> and when we elect him, we'll have made america great again. greater than ever before! >> reporter: and the theme tonight, "make america first again" among headliners, newt gingrich and donald trump's fierce and formal rival ted cruz. still unclear whether he'll endorse. also speaking tonight, e and then the trump son and i just wrapped up a conversation and then which one of the trump kids delivered their speech. back to you. >> thank you. by the way a lot more coverage throughout the day on msnbc and live in prime time at 10:00 eastern and 7:00. >> this is a good time to go back and get a check of the top stories. she is in studio na. good morning to you.
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>> good morning to you. vice president biden is saying that they should not be concerned about trump winning the white house and weakening the ties to them. he made the comments today in sidney australia. >> don't worry about our election. don't worry about our o election. the bitter angles in america will prevail. >> biden flew in new see skpland being the first to visit there since the 1970s. nuclear strikes against ports and airfields used by the military. they did detect the firing from the missiles on the north on tuesday that flew into the sea. they warranted today that the threat to his country has escalated quickly in a short period of time. a police body cam captured
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the down side of the poplar pokemon go game. three baltimore police officers were standing next to a police cruise er and an suv comes down the street and swerves and sideswipes the cruise er. moments later the driver steps off and shows the pokemon going on the cell phone and says that's what i get for playing the dumb game. they cede that this could have been a tragedy. a california couple has finally come forward to claim the share of the largest power ball jackpot in u.s. lottery's history. marvin and mao could say at that purchased it at this 7-eleven tickets. their share is $528 million. turn outs that they have spent the last six months working with a team of financial advisers and they declined interviews and released a statement and saying that they're thankful and blessed for the rare gift.
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getting rear ended in the middle of the ball game. he had his back to when there was a foul ball into the left field stands. it smacked the vendor on the left side. ouch. he laughed it off and stayed on the job. let's go back to matt and savannah in cleveland. he is a good sport. >> yeah, he is. >> should have hit the other cheek too. >> one more. come on. >> bye guys. >> thanks. just ahead nevermind the exclamation point. the other thing that you can put in the text that will make you sound angry. jimmy fallon gives donald trump a big entrance. taking the weekend update on the road here in cleveland, but first these messages. going to me as possible for you.
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what it means to be self-driven. mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. we're back now from cleveland with what's trending today. and we have nicolle wallace back as our political contributor to trending. had a good time yesterday? >> i love it. >> good. great. >> fun. >> talking politics all morning. so let's keep doing it, but let's talk about millennials in politics. okay. photo of joe biden. easily recognizable. right? conducting a survey over 2,000 millennials. just 61% could actually name the man in the picture. the vice president of the united states. all right. who did they more easily recognize? this is the time to get real depressed. pikachu. >> wow. >> that is correct. 98% of millennials were able to identify this public figure.
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>> maybe hillary makes that her choice? >> pikachu? right. a lot of >> it did surprise me for a democrat. for a republican, we don't do quite as well as we could. it surprised me democrats did as badly as millennials. >> i'm proud of pikachu. >> didn't 6% think that joe biden was paul ryan? >> me neither. >> paul ryan for joe biden? >> no one gets that. >> might have thought he was mitch mcconnell or newt gingrich. talk about morning routines. how long does it take you to get ready in the morning? >> an hour at least. >> not long enough. i should spend more time. >> how long? >> like ten minutes. >> 15. >> 15 minutes for me as well. stereotype is that men get ready like this. they do just enough to get by and they rely on whatever skin and hair care products are
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already sitting on the counter in the bathroom, but according to ""the daily beast"" it's now cool for men to primp and pamper themselves. men are increasingly taking an interest in personal care. >> thumbs down. >> and as a result an industry for men's grooming products actually rapidly expanding but how much is too much for a man? how long would you start to say a guy, all right, you're primping too much? >> i'd say if you're more than 30 minutes. >> 30 minutes? oh, my gosh. >> it is not manley to spend more than ten minutes getting ready. wash and go. >> matt, have you to answer truthfully. do you exfoliate? >> i use a scrub in the shower at night. at night. >> you know why though? because we wear makeup. we wear makeup. >> i don't exfoliate. >> you don't? >> don't set me up like that. >> completely transparent. both matt and i before we get makeup on we use an eye roller. >> we don't. >> we refrigerate the eye roller
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so it's nice and cold. >> sometimes al and i will get together for a beer and a little louffa. >> we do. >> never hear about male grooming. did you ever get a text message that ended in a period and you thought it sounded snippy or angry? linguistic experts are speaking out about a common observation. obvious a period is the end of a sentence, a stopping point. because it's so frequently omitted in texting because of the constant back and forth. if you see it, it's unusual. then you think, huh. is that person so mad at me? why are they being so cut offy. >> use a period. >> i want it to end i'm going to start using a period. >> i didn't know this but now i know. >> i never use punctuation. >> me, too. that's very female. >> or 6 or 7. >> emojis. >> me, too. i don't know. do you use periods in texting? >> yes. i use regular punctuation. >> you groom and you punctuate.
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>> exactly. punctuate and groom, always. >> we're very devolved men. >> let's go over to carson in new york. he has pop start. hi, carson. >> hi, guys. making a murderer. the emmy nominated netflix series announcing it is coming back for a second season. the true crime documentary instantly became a binge watching sensation of skip avery. it will talk about the post production process. we do not know how many episodes or a release date yet. we'll keep you posted on that. lady gaga and taylor kin any, the coupan -- kinney saying they're calling off their relationship. taylor and i always will believe we're soul mates just like all couples, we have ups and downs and we have been taking a break. we're both ambitious artists hoping to work through long distance and complicated
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schedules. please root us on. we're just like everybody. lots of love and support pouring in from fans on social media. now to matt damon, remember when he played the role of ko collin sullivan. he's revealing he wasn't the first choice of the role. it was brad pitt. in an interview with ""access hollywood"" brad offered him the role himself. >> we were staying at george clooney's house shooting "ocean swells" and brad said do you have any interest in being a martin scorceze movie? i said, why wouldn't you do it? it wouldn't be right because i'm too old. he really puts the film first. i would have been selfish if i were him and taken the role. >> good friend. we'll move on. jimmy fallon will end pop start with a funny take on the republican national convention. he opened his show as donald trump. jimmy playing up that rock star entrance with a dance to michael
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jackson's "plud criminal" and then he gave his own take on the speech. >> been a great convention so far. last night was fantastic. it was huge. did you see melania? she stole the show. literally. i mean, she delivered her speech like a true first lady. that first lady being michelle obama but, still -- >> all right. sorry. funny. let's go back now to the actual rnc in cleveland, that's your pop start. for more pop culture news hit "today's" facebook page. back to you. >> carson, thank you. >> thank you very much. nicole, thank her for joining us before. mr. roker has a check of the weather. >> hey, thanks, guys. we've been taking selfies, hanging out with folks. it's a party here on east 4th street. let's see what your weather looks like for today. it's going to be spectacular but we are looking at excessive heat warnings for 46 million people, 16 states.
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more than half a billion -- half billion square miles. that's crazy. half million i should say. we're looking to -- what adds to this heat? well, how about the corn sweats. have you ever seen the corn sweats? out in big fields in the mid section of the country all the corn releases extra moisture. that's more humidity. it raises the feels like. the urban heat island, roads buildings absorb the heat and keep the heat so at night it doesn't cool off as much. actually warmer than the rural areas. big bodies of water, lakes and creeks, can increase the moisture. that adds to the feels like temperature which is going to be a big deal over the next several days. the feels like temperature throughout a wide swath will make it feel like it's over good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. we're already at 61 degrees in the south bay. now we still have 50s elsewhere.
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still nice and cool north bay at 54. warming up today up to 82 and 65 in san francisco. you see the sunshine and we don't have a low clouds. we had the past few days for this workweek. and it will be in the mid-70s for the east bay. south bay today, up to 83 degrees. and it continues to warm the rest of this week. that's your latest weather. now back to a man who's more than one time experienced the corn sweats. mr. lawyer. >> wow. >> al, thank you. our friends at "saturday night live" have the summer off, but collin jobst and michael said we need to be in cleveland. they're the host of "weekend updates" and they experienced the call of the convention. >> that's right. they come here to get in on the action. take a look. >> i'm michael chase. >> i'm collin jobst. we're here in cleveland, ohio, with one mission, don't die. >> that's going to be easier for
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you. let's talk to the people in the streets. >> okay. >> do you have a trump impression that you do? >> it's going to be huge. our victory over hillary's going to be huge. >> the beauty of me is i'm very rich. >> if you had to impersonate trump on the phone to trick somebody, what would it sound like? aaaahhhh. >> we're going to build a wall. it's going to be huge! >> i think that was miley cyrus but that was pretty good. >> i have a couple things -- real things he said. >> he didn't say that. >> are you sure? >> i swear. >> i think i'm actually humble. i'm much more humble than you would understand. >> do you do a hillary impression? >> i can promise you everything but i won't deliver anything. >> are you more of a trump fan or more of a hillary fan? >> can you give us a line of bill clinton? >> everybody thinks i like hillary, but i love donald trump. >> this seems like a lot on a shirt. do you have like a cliff notes
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version of the t-shirt? >> yes, just this one. >> that might be three -- three letters less. ♪ save our nation >> can you tell us which one is mike pence. >> isn't that him? >> that's a young jay leno. >> do i know what he looks like? he's got whitehair and he's a white man. >> this guy? >> no. he's just -- no, he's just from an ad for teeth. >> dude right there. >> i don't know. >> this is mike pence. >> is it? >> that's him? >> trust him? >> nope. >> which one do you think is mike pence? >> let's see. right here? >> no, that's the dad from frazier. >> they all look like the guys from saw. >> that guy? is that mike -- i don't think any of these are unless it's that guy. >> the rest of these guys are just bankers who killed their wives on "law and order." >> back to you, matt lauer. >> nice. very nice. collin and michael are here. guys, good morning. >> good morning. thanks for having us.
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>> don't you wish you were at your spa retreat. we have the call of the convention, irresistible. >> you get us. we're always at spa retreats. >> i was still here from j.r. smith's party. i had my shirt off. i was like, yeah, let's go cover the convention. >> look how awesome. >> i don't know what to do here. >> this is like a traditional beach town. >> very, right along the shores of the lake, no question about it. equal time. you're also going to be at the democratic national convention. in your opinion, who do you think is funnier? would republicans be funnier or democrats? >> i think democrats are funnier because they take themselves way more serious. it feels like the republicans, they can't wait to be made fun of. >> people have been great. nice coming up. oh, that's great. you make jokes about us. i feel like the republicans in general are better about laughing at themselves. >> yeah. that's why we're republicans. >> guys, thank you so much. by the way, you can catch your special convention edition of
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snl's "weekend update" and we will see you in philly next week. >> try that restaurant. >> okay. thank you for the ref. >> we're all getting to know cleveland a bit this week. it's a place al once called home. al, tell us your town. >> i sure do, guys. i lived here for five years. i decided to go back and visit some of my old haunts. i began my nbc career right here in 1978, channel 3, wkyc. the city looked a lot different then. so does the station. i'm going to check it out and see if any of my old friends are still here. hey, guys. >> hey. >> good to see you. >> been a while. >> what's going on? >> hi, al. nice to have you here. welcome back. i'll tell you what. i'm going to clear out. >> thank you very much. we take a look. some towns i used to talk about, dover, yungstown, ashtabeula,
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get some of that helluva good cheese. >> i couldn't come back and not stop at the karimu house, the oldest black theater. it has its 100th anniversary. >> this is muhammad ali standing right in this room. he got his start here at karimu. this is his home away from home in cleveland. >> this is not just a theater. it is the community. >> absolutely. >> absolutely. >> why? >> well, it facilitates so many things. our children, our elders and our artists, our african-american artists in particular. >> everybody knows you live in cleveland, you want good food, you come to the west side market. >> it is the oldest indoor/outdoor market in
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cleveland today. almost 100 stalls making it a united nations of food markets. food from all around the world. >> so what's the best popcorn, james? >> our dichotomy corn. caramel corn covered with cheese. >> can i try a little? mm. cheesy and sweet. just like lauer. >> chaes the best bow lone any here? >> cleveland bologna. >> can i try some? >> sure you can. >> i have never had cleveland bologna. this is not to be confused with politicians. i'm back in cleveland, baby. it's like an eating tour. this is why i was over 300 pounds when i came from cleveland. >> this is the second morning in the row with corn beef. >> corn beef from corky and lenny's. adam miller, one of our
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producers back in new york, he i ..==pvo poce e sll thsce ofw police are still at the scene of a length city thauf in oakland involving a number of people. all unfolding since 3:30 this morning at east 12th street. right near 15th avenue. you see a woman with her hand raised there. she was detained. police arrived at that location and detained several other people as well. others came out afterward as police guns were drawn. there were reports that up to three people are holed up inside and that may involve a weapon. because of the uncertainty, officers are still hunkered down outside. neighbors believe the location doubles as an underground nightclub, but police are not confirming that. let's get a check of the traffic with mike. >> we're looking at slower drive
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across some of your usual suspects. others like oakland looking a little better than half an hour. across the dumbarton bridge, not san mateo, slower drive this morning. same thing yesterday. no incidents on the peninsula. a lot of folks heading over there toward menlo park. northbound throughout the south bay, jammed, north 280. smooths out. 101 by the airport and 101 by 680, that's the volume of traffic. >> that looks customerly clogged. thank you very much, mike. that will do it for us now. we'll see you in half an hour with more news. summer. things are heating up for the wta. time to play when the emirates airline us open series hits stanford for the bank of the west classic, join the celebration of summer where the action off the court,
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♪ dancing in the streets, dance, dance, dance ♪ dance, dance, dance dance dance, ♪ ♪ dance dance ♪ ♪ dancing in the streets [ cheers and applause ] >> it's 8:30 on wednesday morning. 20th of july, 2016. we have just been treated to a great bunch of singers. they're local celebrities. members of the singing angels. they're so well known in cleveland. >> they are awesome. they have performed 34 different countries. been to the white house, right? and really just loved here in cleveland. thank you for getting up early and being here. we really appreciate it. performing "dancing in the
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streets." >> adorable. milkshakes for everybody. how perfect is that. >> great. we have a lot more coming up from cleveland. right now let's go back to new york. guys, back to you. >> hey! >> coming from studio 1a with mila kunitz being a fad mom in her new movie. >> money mistakes we all make. jean has more on how to earn more with less. >> stylish steals and deals. presents for yourself. >> but first our countdown to rio with just 16 days away from the opening ceremony. >> wow. >> and team u.s.a. is nearly complete. the u.s. olympic team of 555 qualified@leads includes, check this out, a record 292 women. that is more women than have competed for any nation at a single event ever. >> high five. girl power. girl power. >> send it back to al for a
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check on the weather. hey, al. >> that is an amazing statistic. so cool. thanks, guys so much. let's check out your weather starting off with today expecting to see a few showers and thunderstorms. monsoon moisture in the southwest. northern plains, gorgeous weather along the west coast. and then as we show you what's going on for tomorrow, east coast the heat is on. the heat expands from the midwest into the east. also warm moisture could be flash flooding in the southwest. rain in the pacific northwest. 93 in la tomorrow. look for 92 degrees in beautiful downtown new orleans, louisiana. did you have something for savannah for the baby? >> i do. >> you do? oh, look at this. oh. this is for you. >> i love this. it will just about fit. >> it fi good morning.
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i'm meteorologist kari hall. 61 degrees in concord, palo alto and san jose. nice cool start to the day. mostly sunny skies. as we go into the next several days, san francisco, we'll hold steady in the 60s. and then warming into the 70s going into this weekend and early next week. and inland areas it will be much hotter as a warming trend will be much quicker, up to 92 degrees on saturday. sunday, up to 98 degrees. i think savannah has actually been -- is she officially a clevelander? >> yeah! >> i love you. i love your corn beef, pastrami. >> party like a mother. that's the tag line for the new movie "bad mom." >> mila kunis stars as a mom but she stresses juggling it all having finally pushing her to the breaking point. check this out. >> i had a really long day.
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i've been bruised and burned, i screwed up my daughter's first day at soccer and my son's pink out. three hours earlier i may or may not have committed a felony hit and run. i quit. >> there! >> so there. >> momhood is such a rich area for comedy. this idea of being a mom, moms are expected to do. >> everything. >> the perfect thing, everything and anything at all times. this movie turns that upside down. >> so many times we see moms in a film and they're put up on a pedestal or they're overly exhausted and life is awful. i think this kind of pokes fun and puts it in a -- >> does this come from any of your own experiences, your own life as a mom? did you pull from that? >> yeah, so much of it. this is the only movie i've done between baby one and baby two so i've changed my work schedule a little bit. yeah, i think that when i got
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pregnant with wyatt i put so much pressure on myself to figure out how am i going to balance work and life? and i realized it's impossible. i think that it literally ate me alive. nobody put the pressure on me. i did it fully to myself. i think this character is the same way. >> does being a mom change how you look for projects and material? >> completely, yes. >> how so? >> talk about it for a minute. you know -- well, because when you do a film you work average 15 to 17 hour days. that's my baby's entire day that i'm missing, wake up to after bedtime. >> how do you negotiate that? >> you don't. >> you stalk them on net cameras. >> that's what we do. every morning i'm like, hi, baby. she's like running a around in the living room. >> how do you feel about baby number two on the way? >> i feel great. >> you look good. >> the baby's still protected in my belly, the baby's not out and about doing things. right now it's great. >> how's ashton doing? >> great.
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there's no baby. it's just inside. i'll talk to you in a couple of months. >> we have three kids now and we get that question all the time. they'll say to me, are you changing diapers? of course i'm changing diapers. >> he does? >> who my husband? >> he's an incredible father. not even a question. some men, it's okay, it takes them a little bit of time to kind of adapt having a baby, feeling comfortable. wyatt came out, he was swaddling, changing diapers, he's incredible. >> back to the cast. kristen bell, i know when you read the script you liked all the roles. >> yes. >> how did you end up playing amy? >> i read the script months and months and months ago. i came across the script just for fun, read this, you'll relate to this and have a laugh. i read it and i was like, oh, i hope this movie gets made. it's so great. eight months later they're like, do you want to be in it? i was like, wait, what?
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absolutely. i met with the writer since "the hangover" and i was like, oh, they're men. >> what a posse, this group of women. did you end up friends after? >> yes. >> you all have kids, too? >> we all have kids. everyone's kids weren't in school. >> mila, you're adorable. >> thank you. >> i heard you on howard stern and i couldn't stop listening. >> it was great, carson. >> you were awesome. >> he's great. he's really, really nice. >> what i love about you, you don't care. you say it. you're not guarded. >> yeah. >> doing tv, doing interviews, you understand what the demand is on the celebrity. you sound like the mother of two, baby, you've found that perfect balance. that's always a struggle. >> i hope so. it makes life much easier and makes it less stressful. >> good for you. >> thank you so much. >> funny. congrats. >> "bad moms" hits theaters next friday, july 29th. >> a special steals and deals to spruce up your summer. we'll get to that on the plaza. >> first it's "today" on nbc. and steals and deals. fi.
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>> all right. today, contributor jill mart sn here. martin is here. items for the summer. stylish, too. >> we have to point something out before we start. mila kunis in the last segment, up in the middle of the night, trying to get on to steals and deals that ashton does not want in the house. >> is that right? everybody loves the steals and deals. spruce up your summer, if traveling, many going to the olympics. the first thing is the traveler's club luggage. retail $159. comes in three colors. there's a garment bag divider in t. you like that? >> yes. >> okay. these are $159. deal, $47.75.
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>> wow. >> and for mila. >> take all three. >> mila, one of each. >> retails $228. look how cool these are? >> gemstones, all different versions. go to today.com to see. the deal is $54.95. that's 70% discount. >> ooh, that's nice. >> there's a deal. >> these are good. we have these at home. >> love, for the babies in your life. baby blankets. retail $66.95. again, fleece. make as great gift, already comes with a bow. okay? retail, $66.95. the deal, $20. >> wow. >> oh, my gosh. what a price. >> if you need a little life in your night life. >> yes. >> this is a great color if you're wearing solid black. need a little spruce up in color. these are the tracy porter -- no. this is the wrong thing. i'm going to move on. >> what are these? >> i'm moving on to the clutch.
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which is the lava clutch. retail, $225. all leather. comes in seven colors. you see the trend is beautiful. >> love it. >> a little extra. also makes a great gift. retail, $225. for $39. >> no! wow. >> and now -- >> no! my gosh. ss 40? >> spruce up any room, beautiful gift. beautiful box. retail, $40 to $50. >> what is this, like -- >> and two sizes. 12 ounce or 7.4 ounce, beautiful box. retail $40, $50. the deal, $12. >> what? what? 12 bucks? >> up to 74% off. >> $12? i'm buying this, and giving it to this -- there you go. $12. i owe you 12 bucks. >> we haven't moved on to this yet. get ready. better for you.
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>> you're getting the candles for christmas. i feel like -- >> and first i want to go out to the necklaces. retail, $190. look closely. they say all different things. love, hot. sterling silver, five styles, reversible. something on the other side. includes cameron diaz and possibly mila. retail, $190. deal the deal -- >> what? >> record that. >> we're going to do it. yes. how about the sunglasses? wait. he's got sunglasses. >> and sunglasses retail $150. they're unisex. wearing the same ones. celebrities includes the retail, $150. deal, $38. >> what? what? >> jill, thank you so much. >> thank you. >> thank you. if you want to look like a state
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trooper, that's a good deal. jill, thank you. products weren't more time. >> [ inaudible ] and from -- >> necklaces. and if you have a collection, coming up next, giving these away, too. jean chatzky. >> this is "today" on nbc.
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love that song. back now at 8:46. more of our special series, her two cents today. a closer look at the relationship women have with money. today our financial eder jean chatzky is here to reveal the top five mistakes we make. jean, how are you? >> i am great.
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>> looking flowy and beautiful. >> thank you. >> mistakes to avoid if we just know about them ahead of time. am i right? >> you have know what they are. the biggest once, not knowing what you're worth and not asking for it. the pay gap is still enormous. yesterday the white house unveiled seven apps that can help you learn how to negotiate and learn what your personal pay gap is. >> so let me ask you this. i'm at work. going about my business. i don't know mary sue or bill is making. how do i find out if i'm underpaid? >> first of all, hit the internet and do a little research on your title, your position. what you should be making. but then you talk to mary sue or you talk to bill one on one. >> ask them? >> yes. >> millennials are really, really open about this stuff. so we need to take a lesson from our daughters here. >> and also, quickly, the right way to ask. i think sometimes we go in, i'm sorry, i know this is not a good time, but -- >> or, i need a raise. k4 is the wrong thing to do. it's all about what you do for your company. i've increased sales.
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i've added to the bottom line. i've helped your business. now it's time for you to help me. >> smart. the next mistake we make, we let other people manage or money. >> 25% say they are the lead are in the family finances and more than half don't participate at all. a huge problem. 90% of us will be alone at some minute to our life are and need to know how to do this before we have an issue. three things to get a grip on, what do you earn, what do you own and what do you owe? if you want a forth, where is it. >> once you know all that? is that enough, just to have the knowledge? >> no. then dive in and take one step at a time. pay some bills. look at rebalancing the 40 k 0 >> a spouse in the workforce, you can still have your own i.r.a. >> next, this struck me at funny. putting your kids before yourself. something we never do. >> right. so putting your kids before yourself is a problem when it
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comes to college versus retirement. i can say until i'm blue in the face that retirement comes first, and i know there are millions of people out there not listening to me. >> yes. >> so if you're going to put college before retirement, open a roth i.r.a., because you can fund that account first, and then down the road you can decide what to do with the money. if the problem is that you're still bailing out your adult kids, and they are 20, 25, 30 years old, you want to sit down and you want to have a discussion where you make a plan for how to get them off the payroll and explain to them, if you can't take care of you now, then down the road, they're going to have to take care of you. >> go back. i skipped a good one. we don't take enough risks. we go safe. >> we go safe. more women leave their investment stash in cash. that's a problem. if you've got too much money in cash you are going to be earning nothing. in fact, you'll be losing money after taxes and -- >> put it in the stock market? >> you should. put it in the stock market. if you're mot sure how to do it,
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the vehicle to use is a target date retirement fund which is like a set it and forget it investment. you can put all your money in it. it will adjust the risk as you age. >> and one thing we have to stop doing is, when we need retail therapy, we just go and shop our brains out. >> right. men do this, too, by the way, only 40% of them cop to it. 64% of women say they do it. if you indulge in this behavior a little too often while in the store, ask yourself, why am i doing this? where am i going to put it? what happens if i don't buy it, and a week amp you bought it, go back and say, how do i feel about it now? you'll learn that lesson. hopefully you can get yourself to leave the tags on a solid week and then, just return it. >> okay. all right. jean, thanks so much. you can always find jean's great advice on the website today.com. back with more from new york and cleveland, but first, this is "today" on nbc. .
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. . . . . . ah! ♪ welcome to my house >> we're back now in cleveland, ohio. site of the rnc. just because we're on the road doesn't mean we can't celebrate in birthdays. right? >> that's right. in the mood. show you who we're honoring with help of our friends at smuckers. first up, 100th birthday, hazel bradford. this baseball fan is from indiana and has been to almost every major league ballpark in
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america. which one her favorite? no doubt she would tell you, wrigley field. woody humphries of mississippi. 100 years old. enjoys doing home repairs and mowing the lawn. no surprise, the secret to longevity, just don't stop. happy 100th birthday to rosa bates. this ice cream love sir from tulsa, oklahoma, a musician at her church for over 40 years. god bless. dorothy steinberger, of encino, california, 100 years old. this lady loves to move it, move it, move it, walking up 23 steps every day, and a world war ii veteran from evanville, indiana. thank you for your service, sir, likes to spend time outside cutting the lawn on his riding mower. all right. 100 years old. and check out this beautiful couple. happy 75th anniversary to phillip and dorothy young of maine. secret to long and happy marriage, just let the little
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things go. that's grade as vice. don't forget, if your loved one is turning 100,hood to today.com/celebrate, include your favorite photo. guys? >> we have to cry ovac these sandwiches. >> yeah. eaten more in cleveland. unbelievable. >> what are you doing over there? >> getting fat. >> we learned a little lesson, too, hoda. you do not give savannah an extra straw when drinking a milk shake. >> i literally triple fisting here. >> because you dip the pickle in the milk shake? >> i did. i ate a pickle all three days. >> disgusting. >> yesterday she actually walked away from here, the other day, with a box of pickles. >> i did. >> to take back to the hotel. >> in my hotel right now. just a bit of an odor now. i'm not going to lie. >> we miss you guys. >> we miss you, too. >> looks like things are going great in cleveland.
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coverage has been awesome. >> terrific. i'm.==pvoeada rmesou bateaer
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and good morning at 8:56. i'm sam brock. a former south bay schoolteacher accused of deceiving teenage boys into sending him explicit images. he's expected to enter a plea later today. douglas leg will be in a san jose courtroom, charged with 20 sex crimes against nine boys. he's accused of posing as a girl online and tricking the boys into sending him nude photos and videos.
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investigators said some of the victims are former students of lay's from the science classes he taught. damian is headed to the courthouse where the plea hearing will take place. he's preparing a live report for the midday newscast. look for updates in our twitter feed. a san francisco resident is in custody after making what officials say was a violent threat. south bay woman is accusing santa clara county deputies of physically harming her during a traffic stop. she's filed a civil suit and dash cam video sits at the very heart of her case. see that video for yourself on the facebook page. we'll see you in 30 minutes. more news updates. back to the "today" show. ♪
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break, dierks bentley making exclusive music. and exclusive look at their new video. you voted. today, the winner of "look what i can do" contest. gadgets to beat the heat. all of that, coming up, right now. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today's take" live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> we are here. we are here on "today's take" this wednesday morning, july 20, 2016. wild and raucous crowd outside. i always thought carson had moves. i was picturing you from trl days. >> what are you talking about?
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i picture you. >> my jam of the day. >> what? >> a vibe from it? great summer song -- "kumgs," versus coup cocking on three burners." listen, can you hear? a little more. background. ♪ you got to know this >> i got to cop a beat. >> go, six, seven, eight. >> oh. french deejay, and from australia, a three-piece, like a r&b jazzy trio, and the deejay mixed -- another female singing. the track is huge overseas and the just now popping in the united states. >> it's going to be hot here, too. >> "this girl" is the name of that track. >> i just saw someone dancing in the corner that doesn't want to be on television but it's adorable. the main host of the show, al, willie and company.
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they are all out and in cleveland. we're going to check in with them in a little bit. you know what? every now and then when you open your twitter, i always get twitter first in the morning. go-to. trending first. >> i'm with you. >> and go for trending. when i saw garry marshall, his name show up, something just hits you. as you guys know, he passed away. >> yeah. >> beloved director. so many people loved this man. he had complications of pneumonia following a stroke. he was 81 years old. you guy, if you don't know him, you do know "happy days," "laverne & shirley"," mork and mindy. >> 1984 to 19 -- you're looking at my childhood. god rest garry marshall's soul, one of the nicest men you would have ever met in your lifetime, aside from being an epic man in hollywood was in "happy days," as a kid, when there would be crossover episodes, like when richie started dating
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shirley. as a kid, when it was on the "laverne & shirley" interior shots, richie walked in, my brain exploded. you know? when they would crossover. >> the best. >> crazy. fonzie would show up on "laverne & shirley," you're like, oh, my god. >> what's happening? >> what is going on? parallel universe. >> he was such an amazing guy. he was actually on with kathie lee and i a couple months ago, april or may, garry was on. he had a show out on mother's day. that mother's day show. as vibrant and effervescent. kate hudson was on. everything was about garry what he was doing. everything was about that. that's the effect he had on everybody. >> and television, 1984, a flamingo kid" a classic with matt dillon, remember that? he wrote and directed that one. that's one of my favorite films. >> how about "pretty woman"? come on! i still remember the interview matt did with the cast.
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you know that one scene where the box slams on her, when she's reaching in -- and garry said they did that scene three times with just opening it, at the very end, just slam it, we'll use it for the gag reel. slammed it, and that was the take that ended up in the movie. >> the most iconic scene we have from "pretty woman." take a look. ♪ pretty woman walk my way >> hi. >> do you remember me? >> no, i'm sorry. >> i was in here yesterday. you wouldn't wait on me. >> oh. >> you work on commission, right? >> yes. >> big mistake. big, huge. i have to go shopping now. >> great moment. >> yes, like a drop the mike moment. >> garry marshall will be sorely missed. that's for sure. >> he will definitely be missed. an interesting, like, i guess a steady kind of thing out that talks about the silver medals versus the bronze medals. do you guys remember mckayla maroney's expression when she won silver? >> this was in the news recently for other reasons. that smirk indicated perhaps
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they just -- wasn't good enough for her. >> right there with the gold. a study says olympians who win the bronze are infinitely happier than those who win the silver. >> i can understand that. >> if you win the bronze, you're just happy to be in the game. if you win the silver, you're like a tenth of a second to gold. >> that close to gold. i think that speaks to how amazing it would be to be an olympian, to represent your country. >> forget it. >> the medal, incredible. but to get gold for the united states. that really speaks to how much getting that gold probably means a lot. exactly. you get silver, probably two days, oh, my gosh. i won silver. this is amazing, but i was this close to gold. >> i still can't believe. we had david boudia on the other day, the diver. for a lot of these athletes, everything happens in, like, two seconds. all of this training, all the prep, everything boils down to two seconds. >> yeah. >> two seconds. even if you just flinch a little, you're silver. hit it just right, you're gold. >> interesting study. >> really is.
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as we said, we're here, and the crew is in's cleveland. tamron hall is right there at the republican convention. hey, tamron, what are the highlights going on? >> the highlight for me this second, the crowd. say hello. big night. as you know, donald trump formally became the republican party presidential nominee. the votes of his own children, in an historic moment, put mr. trump over the top. >> congratulations, dad! we love you! >> there you have it. donald trump jr., as well as tiffany trump there in the crowd. thanking their father. by calling him "dad." i mean, think about the nature of that, having your children count the last delegates there and you become the official nominee for your party. on the speakers' list, donald trump's youngest child tiffany, took the stage. just graduated from college.
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here's what she said about her dad. >> my dad takes such pride in all that i've done so far, no matter how big or how small. i still keep all of my report cards, some dating back to kindergarten, because i like to look back and see the sweet notes he wrote on each and every one of them. contrary to what you might expect from someone who places an emphasis on results, my dad's comments referred often to the sentiments expressed by my teachers about how i acted in and out of the classroom. just not even focusing on the letter grades themselves. >> and later on donald jr. spoke about his father's blue collar credentials. >> he didn't hide out behind some desk in an executive suite. he spent his career with regular americans. he hung out with the guys on construction sites, pouring sheet rock and hanging -- pouring concrete and hanging sheet rock. he listened to them, and he
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valued their opinions as much, and often more, than the guys from harvard and wharton, locked away in offices away from the real work. to this day, many of the top executives in our company are individuals that started out in positions that were blue collar, but he saw something in them and he pushed them to succeed. >> now, many analysts, carson and hoda, are calling this a reboot from yesterday when all the headlines were about melania trump's speech. the two children taking the stage, i'm sure making their families proud and the party, which is still working to unify itself, yesterday's theme was make america great again, tonight na america work again. tonight's theme make america first again. we're hear from governor mike pence. his big moment to make the case to those still uncertain about this unity as well as the nation. it's a big day and cleveland, as always, rocking. and i don't know where al roker is. usually we have food around here. there he is. where's food. we have snacks. what happened? >> savannah took it with her.
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it's gone. it's gone. >> he did let me have a sip of the milk shake. pretty good. >> your milkshake brings the voice of the art. >> that's what i heard. i don't know that for a fact. just what i heard! anyway. >> the lady said it's the shoes. thank you, lady. i love you. >> dipped her shoes in the milk shake. anyway, it's the weather here today. how great is this? yeah. yes. but we've got a big area that's where the weather is not so great, and hot. i mean, blistering hot. look at this. heat advisories by the numbers. 46 million people under some sort of heat advisory. covers 16 states. almost half a million square miles. this is crazy. such a wide area, where it feels like over 100 degrees. look at these air temperatures. rapid city, minneapolis, oklahoma city, dallas, kansas city will get to 100. the feels like temperature when you add in the humidity, well
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over 100 going into the weekend. we make our way to the south and east and you can see from chicago to cleveland, down to new orleans, near 100 degrees. feels like temperature, boom, over 100, and then as we get into the weekend in the northeast, dangerously hot. air temperatures. then you factor in the "feels like" conditions, again, over 100 degrees. folks, this is dangerous, dangerous heat. make sure you check on elderly friends, family and neighbors, because it could be potentially deadly. as of now, woer still enjoying cool temperatures and some mostly sunny skies across the bay area. we're in the mid-60s for the south bay. 62 in the peninsula. 60 degrees in the north bay with a high of 82 degrees there. along the coastline, we'll have some 60s. another perfect day. we haven't had the low clouds. 65 degrees in san francisco. mid-70s for the peninsula in the east bay. and the south bay as well as the
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if you leak sugary like sug stuff, try to be good and choose treats like dark chocolate, frozen yogurt or fruit. >> they may not be as good for you as you think. >> oh, no. >> here to separate food facts from fiction is today's diet and
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nutrition editor madeleine, thank for being here. good morning. >> good morning. we are playing a game. >> get right to it. >> we're going to guess. >> separate health in the hype, and the first myth, is it myth or fact? here we go. >> what is it? >> eating chocolate is good for your heart pap plith or a fact? >> i think certain types of chocolate, dark chocolate. >> i say fact. >> this would be a myth. tell you why. >> okay. >> because chocolate is not bad for you but it's not necessarily good. there is, the reality, flavonol objection denl objecti s are healthy. dark chocolate has the most. refines process, starts with cocoa beans. extracting that making it into chocolate a lot is lost. less in milk chocolate and none in white chocolate which is really not chocolate at all. >> and chocolate red wine diet or no? >> funny. in moderation, because it takes a lot.
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translated into real life, most of what you read about chocolate and the health benefits are experimental studies, in lab studies with highly purified chocolate. it would take this much chocolate, 4 ounces, over a few weeks. there's a super chocolate extracted in a process, a dietary supplement. >> terrible. >> it doesn't taste terrible. powdery, put sugar -- >> you need a chocolate fix, just need a little and good to go. >> it's just a treat. enjoy it. >> not 30 in a row. all i need is a little. >> fact or myth. ice cream versus frozen yogurt. >> frozing yogurt is a healthier choice. >> all day. fro yo, come on? >> it is a myth. >> hoda is right. it is a myth. frozen yogurt is always going to be lower in fat than ice cream, because it's milk versus cream. >> sounds good.
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>> the problem is, however, not lower in sugar. that's a big issue. the issue is that when you cut down the fat, you're also going to raise the sugar. cattery-wise, similar. often more. people think, i have frozen yogurt, add in a bunch of stuff. don't be fooled, vanilla or chocolate, can be a good choice. >> stick with -- >> a small serving. >> hope my kids are watching. >> lower in fat, probably higher in xosugar? >> often is. read the label. >> and gummi bears, reeses pieces. >> what do we have? >> final myth is, watermelon is not a healthy choice? it's loaded with sugar. is that a myth or a fact? watermelon -- >> i say myth. >> fact. >> that is also a myth. learning a lot today. >> i'm terrible. >> because water mel snmelon is water. a biological test, glycemic
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a vsiren a trumpet. what can't you do. >> and but me and jenna in a bubble. >> loved the bubble. >> look at that. >> could have kept you in a bubble. >> i was worried about my weather-sensitive hair. worked out just fine, baby. are you sftar you now? how about for you, chris? >> such a surreal experience and even though, like you said, i didn't break it, live on-air, my mom and i went home to our, to my apartment here, and tried it, and attempted it, and it broke. >> what? does that always happen? happening in your apartment. >> yeah. >> it's the glass that can't be that -- >> ah! ah! ah! >> so excited. >> chris, maybe in a cavernish room. you know? the sound kind of goes away. >> you have to listen to the entire adele album first. right? >> and then i love how excited you get. >> and peter, kids at your school. you're a substitute teacher. did they have fun with this?
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>> yes, and a great experience to come here to new york with my daughter. awesome experience. >> and fun, too? people on the streets? >> yeah. had to hire a security team. >> of course you did. >> you should work for nypd. a big bubble. >> here we go. time to review. viewers voted last night. we're going to dim the lights in the studio and reveal the winner. >> you're all winners in our heart, souls and minds. >> yes, you are. here we go. the winner is -- chris. congratulations! >> oh, my god. >> yes, he is. it's chris. >> guess what you win? you win an all-expense paid trip to l.a. plus two tickets to a live episode of "america's got talent" at the dolby theater. how does that feel? >> you no what we? crazy. >> you're going to be able to break a vase tonight. >> something! >> someone give him a wine glass. you're not going home empty-handed. >> gopros to take with you. enjoy those and thanks to our
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douglas is going to appear in court. he's charged with 20 sex crimes. he's accused of pose iing as a female online and tricking the boys at gill roy high school into sending him nude photos and videos. investigators say some of the victims are former students from science class he is taught at gill roy high school. after this break, a clearer start to your wednesday. we'll have weather and traffic forecasts for you. weatrosso tffitrai
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good morning, i'm meteorologist kari hall. we have a mostly clear sky. 59 degrees and head iing up to . we're also seeing the mid-60s now in concorde. and san jose is at 64 degrees. we're starting to feel the warmer air for the inland areas. reaching into the mid- to upper 80s today. oakland 75 will be the high. and half-moon bay up to 68 degrees. let's head over to mike to see what's happening on the
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roadways. >> we're looking at our live look at traffic. there's that truck on the left-hand side. that's a distraction. look at the volume of traffic here. the map will show you the northbound route. still slow because of the late south bay commute. also slow not so much the dunbar bridge. that's easing up a bit. still slow on the palo alto side. heading through oakland and toward the toll plaza, an easier flow. 50s now. thank you very much. that's it for us now. we'll be back in 30 minutes with more update.
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. taking a look at headlines, florida health officials investigating a new strain of the zika virus that did not stem from another part of the world. the first evidence if confirmed zika spread to mosquitoes in cases in the u.s. zika can cause a rare birth defect and other neurological conditions. women who have undergone in vitro fertilization do not raise a risk for breast cancer, according to a large study to date on the subject. there has been concern, because the fertility raising levels hormones linked to breast cancer. researchers in the netherlands followed 25,000 women for two decades. we have an important recall to tell you about.
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l.l. bean is recalling children's water bottles, because they contain high levels. insulated water bottles sold exclusively online l.l. bean.com and in catalogs from july 2015 through may of this year. stop using the water bottles and contact l.l. bean for a full refund. haven't planned your summer vacation, plenty of time. trip adviser has a list. top lar travel website says new orleans is the least expensive u.s. city to vacation in. factoring in hotels, meals and attractions. houston, las vegas, atlanta and dallas round out the top five. the cities that will cost you a little more are orlando, honolulu, seattle, boston and new york. whale watchers got closer than imagined when a 40 ton humpback whale breached in front of them off the coast of
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australia. look at this picture. the photographer who took the picture say it happened so quickly people in another boat yards away from the whale were looking in the wrong direction and mirrorsed this. missed the entire show. al, can you imagine right in front of your face and you missed it? >> crazy. oh, man. by the way, shin eleinelle, cito add, cities to come to this summer, cleveland, ohio! the rock & roll hall of fame, science museum, children's museum, university circle. yes! oh, yeah, baby. come see the indians play! oh -- cleveland, baby. let's show you what we have going on right now. for today, picture-perfect weather in the ohio valley into the northeastern new england, wet weather through the gulf coast. monsoonal moisture in the southwest. out west things looking pretty darn good. for tomorrow, again another gorgeous day in the northeast, into the mid-atlantic states,
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down into the gulf coast, but more wet weather through the southwest. showers move into the pacific northwest and, oh, my goodness. what a cutie! who is this? >> sami. >> how old is sami? >> almost 7 months. >> ah. hey there, sami. that's what's going on around the country. here's w we are in for a nice day, but slightly warmer than yesterday. right now in san jose, it's 64 degrees. heading up to 83 with a lot of sunshine. over the next seven days in san francisco, it will hold steady in the 60s but we'll get a lot more sunshine and by this weekend we'll see the highs trending into the low 70s. compare that to the inland temperatures that will be much warmer, starting out in the low 80s but up to 92 degrees on saturday with mostly sunny skies and 98 degrees in on sunday. and by the way, ladies and gentlemen, the morning team here at channel 3 -- they're all here. oh, look at this!
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channel 3 in cleveland. oh! my old, my old stompin' grounds here. back to you guys. >> all right, al. thank you so much. >> a reunion for him. >> uh-huh. and country star dierks bentley just released his latest album including a unique smash hit, different for girls featuring pop sensation al king. >> set to be released today and dylan caught up with al and dierks at the making of the video. your exclusive "first look". >> let's do it. ♪ the difference for girls when their ♪ >> reporter: on a gritty sound stage in downtown brooklyn, current mega star dierks bentley belts out the lyrics to his latest hit, "different for girls" featured on the track, pop sensation al king, best known for -- ♪ oh, oh >> reporter: your first foray into country music? >> it is, yeah. i made a lot of bold statements when we were doing press and i
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don't really, like, google anything, it's like, l. king, never going back to pop. >> well, i did say that. ♪ back when the tears come on with a different ♪ >> reporter: so set the stage for me. what exactly is this song about? >> the guys and girls handle breakups, in theory. l. is different from girls. handles different probably from the girl in this particular song and i probably handle things differently than a lot of guys do. >> he does it the girly way. i do it the man's way. funny, the song is all about, you know, thinking about the other perspective. really, like, we are actually the opposite with a double -- >> layers to the song. >> reporter: what were you thinking when you get the call to collaborate with dierks bentley? >> i get really nervous doing any kind of collaboration, and this -- yeah. well, especially, you know, with such a -- weirdo. [ laughter ] but -- i was excited, and it's not that i was like, wanted to
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get into country, but i love country music, and so i heard horrible things about him. and i googled him, ah, awful. but -- like -- we'll come to you. perfect. >> unbelievable. a terrible hungry singer. awful, terrible. gets in there and totally crushed it. >> i'm very good, actually. but you have to, you know -- >> have you been drinking? it's only 10:00. >> listen, it's 5:00 somewhere. you have to approach it like a game of pool. like -- bet money and -- and then you win the game, and we really won the game. >> are are competing on in this together? >> i feel like it's a collaboration. >> it's a competitive collaboration. ♪ different for girls >> reporter: the first time they performed the song today, the cmt awards. ♪ with a whiskey and coke >> reporter: at the cmt awards, you played the banjo.
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obviously you're playing it in the video. how are your banjo skills? >> we love the banjo. pretty bad. after watching her and seeing her cool banjo, says l. king on the headstock. you know you made it. >> reporter: you have banjo skills? >> no, no. i faked it a good five years, and only playing it about six. so -- and he's sells himself short. he can play, like, three notes. >> these two here. >> reporter: the banjo definitely wasn't for me, but dierks showed me how to rou rourk-orourck out like a country star. >> very cool. great together. >> you want to see that full video, hoe to today.com and check it out. coming up, next, hoda, a surfboard shower. >> a fan for your smartphone? >> what are you talking about? >> i don't know. >> i don't know. cool summer gadgets to the tempur-breeze makes me, not cold, but not hot... it's amazing!
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hoda, everybody loves to be outdoors in the summer, but after a few hours in the sun we all need a little relief from the heat. >> so tech expert jennifer jolly is here with ingenious gadgets to help you keep cool. good morning. >> good morning. >> a host of new things for us. >> i sure do. start with a hat. like any other baseball cap. super cool. trending. >> good color. >> but filled with -- >> i have a big head. >> as big as willard scott's.
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>> what's going on with that? >> standing in the sun. you charge any usb device. >> oh, wow. >> you walk around, playing pokemon go on a hot, summer day. >> it charges your ipad, your iphone, whatever. >> you're kidding me? >> anything with a usb port to it. >> genius. >> pretty cool. >> to protect you from the sun and your gadgets. now, this looks like any normal water bottle, right? >> what is it? >> this is -- see? how cool. that actually looks pretty darn cool. >> charger. >> the hydra smartphone. >> what is that? >> the microphone. >> so it's the hydra -- ktellin you to drink. >> be a smart person. take a drink. >> why does she have to be british. >> because everybody's british. >> so cool. >> yeah. >> it's a bluetooth connective speak speaker. there's a speaker in here. got the smart bottle and also charges your gadgets. >> i have a question. why is there water in it? >> it's a water bottle first. >> well, i didn't --
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>> a wonder gamp it. >> what are you talking about? it's a water bottle. >> and they also have a strobe light. use these out camping. hang them up. >> has everything. four in one right there. >> i call it the water bottle wonder gadget. like the swit army knife of water bottles. okay? now, this is like an on demand air bag. if out in the water, get into trouble, carnes, aft carson, yo on. >> wearing this? what kind of trouble do you mean? >> okay. stung by a jellyfish. caught in a riptide. pull that lever. >> oh, my gosh! >> and you have a little float. >> what does it do? >> floats you up to the top of the water. floats you up. >> a little floaty. once you get -- your arms, the first thing that pops out. >> wow. i would need 800 of these all over my body. >> you're going to need a life raft. right? this isn't something you take out on your own. >> to al roker, this is a
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portable whoopee cushion. >> hi, alison, hi, maddie. >> on the pillow. ingenious device from the grommet. a beach towel with a pillow. >> oh. >> comes with a pillow. >> then it also comes with a little pouch on the side, and you've got one over there. >> i see that. >> flplug in your phone. >> keep your phone sand and water-free. >> just a few seconds. a fan you plug right into the phone? >> iphone super phones, plug it into your phone. it does not drain your brattery >> a suft ummizable surfboard shower. high, low, hook it up to a garden hose. >> love t. doesn't replace the reef-life thing. just so you know. just a fun thing in the summer. i just want to say that. >> good-bye. up next there, brand new album,
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album "hard love" hit number one on the itune charts and on track to the number one album in the country. good morning. how does that feel? got to be crazy? >> surreal. awesome. thanks for having us today, too. >> you are the nicest people. what will you play for us? >> "happiness." >> already. needtobreathe, take it away. ♪ i got dreams that keep me up in the dead of night ♪ ♪ telling me i wasn't made for the simple life ♪ there's a light i see but it's far in the distance ♪ ♪ so i'm asking you to show me something forgiveness ♪ it's all for you in my pursuit of happiness ♪ got 0 hold it hard, but a long ways left to go ♪ i've been doing my part but i
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ain't got much to show ♪ ♪ so i'm asking you to show me some forgiveness ♪ it's all for you in my pursuit of happiness ♪ i got dreams that keep me up in the dead of night ♪ telling me i wasn't made for the simple life ♪ ♪ there's a light i see but it's far in the distance ♪ so i'm asking you to show me some forgiveness ♪ it's all for you in my pursuit of happyness ♪ oh, oh, happiness ♪ singing oh, oh, happiness ♪ i've been working all night maybe you could help me to believe ♪ ♪ this song ain't nothing if this song can't set you me ♪ ♪ so i'm asking you to show me
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some forgiveness ♪ ♪ it's all for you in my pursuit of happiness ♪ i got dreams that keep me up in the dead of night ♪ ♪ telling me i wasn't made for the simple life there's a light i see but it's far in the distance ♪ i'm asking you to show me some forgiveness ♪ ♪ it's all for you in my pursuit of happiness ♪ singing, oh, oh, happiness ♪ ♪ ♪ singing oh, oh, happiness sometimes we hurt the one wes love but is it love they won't give up they know a war is raging ♪ these days alone, carry on i give a voice and i know it's true ♪
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i got dreams that keep me up in the dead of night ♪ ♪ telling me i wasn't made for the simple life for the simple life ♪ there's a light i see but it's far in the distance ♪ so i'm asking you to show me some forgiveness ♪ ♪ it's all for you in my pursuit of happiness ♪ singing, oh, oh, happiness ♪ singing oh, oh, happiness ♪ singing, oh, oh, happiness ♪ ♪ singing, oh, oh happiness >> yeah! >> wow! >> everybody, nice work, ladies and gentlemen. thank you. >> you know it's going to number one. you know. >> thank you so much. thank you guys very much. >> congratulations, you guys. >> the citi tour starting next month.
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hi, guys. guess what? guess who's on the show today? jermaine dupri is here. >> i know that. where is he? >> coming in a minute. come here. i just ran up the steps. [ laughter ] >> exhausted. >> working woman, in the world. are we on the air? cpalalt101tk=
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look for a lot of sunshine today and slightly warmer temperatures. we will have a high of 90 degrees in gillroy. and along the coastline and in san francisco, it will stay in the mid-60s today with a breezy
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wind. up to 82 in napa while oakland sees a high of 85. and livermore will be at 84 today. and we'll have some warmer temperatures the rest of the week. how's it looking on the roads? >> we have a couple slower spots on our cameras. this is southbound 101 still some very slow in toward university. we had a couple earlier crashes and that may have played a factor. this also has a lot of traffic. talk about that in a second. i did want to show you the northbound route holding steady over the last 20 minutes in the northbound direction. there's the big traffic flow across the bridge. but san mateo bridge is is okay. happening now, you can link the images on our facebook page and the man who set off the
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melania trump plagiarism controversy is a journalist here in the bay area. learn how he realized that the convention speech eerily echoed michelle obama's from eight years before. and disney will not face legal action from the toddler who was killed by the alligator.
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