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a local news update in half an hour. >> we're on at 11:00 for nbc bay area news. good morning. new threat. the coming storm. states of emergency declared in florida, puerto rico and the u.s. virgin islands as hurricane irma approaches. gaining even more strength this morning. now a category 5. why any hit on the u.s. would be historic. decision day. president trump expected to end a controversial program, protecting nearly 1 million undocumented young immigrants. an announcement set for this morning. the backlash already brewing. show of force. south korea conducting a new round of live fire drills, in response to north korea's largest nuclear test yet. the trump administration with a
stern new warning of its own for kim jong-un. >> his abusive use of missiles and his nuclear threat show that he is begging for war. >> with tensions rising, the surprising call for calm from vladimir putin overnight. all that, plus trouble on takeoff. what caused flames to shoot from this plane's engine. new fallout from that violent arrest of a utah nurse. and meghan markel opening up for the first time about her relationship with prince harry. "today," tuesday, september 5th, 2017. >> from nbc news, this is "today," with matt lauer and savannah guthrie. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. good morning, everybody. it's 7:00 a.m. on the west coast. it's tuesday morning, we're glad to have you with us. still recovering from harvey and now another hurricane to talk about. >> it's always good to have al with us at the top of the show. but this time it's because of what's over your shoulder.
>> that's right. and i want you to take a look at a really well-defined eye of this thing. i mean, this is about as classic as you could possibly get. now we have this storm that has intensified over the last several hours to a category 5 storm. 270 miles east of antigua, right now hurricane warnings up for puerto rico and the northern leeward islands. 175-mile-per-hour winds right now. moving west at 14 miles per hour. hurricane hunters now crisscrossing across the eye and sending more data back to the national hurricane center, so we get hopefully a better idea of the movements. here's what we see as the track. comes across puerto rico early thursday morning. still a category 5, 160-mile-per-hour winds, bringing storm surges from 6 to 10 feet. rain fall amounts of up to a foot. by sunday morning it's in the florida straits between the keys, and cuba, with 150-mile-per-hour winds. so, as we track this, we put in what we call this ensemble model
and it has what we call the spaghetti strings. it puts together all the possible scenarios that it sees. even still, category 4, but still could be a 5, and then early sunday morning, does it make the turn? we have to wait to see. that big area of high pressure out over the atlantic, if it continues to push it, it actually will start pushing it out into the gulf. but right now most of the models keep it coming somewhere either on the west coast of florida, east coast of florida, into the southeast, guys, the fact of the matter is, we've never had a category 4 or higher, two storms making landfall. if this happens it would be unprecedented. and that's why everybody from the gulf all the way up into the mid-atlantic states have to really keep an eye on this. >> by the way the spaghetti as you called it is changing hour to hour. >> it is. >> all right, al, thank you very much. appreciate it. as we mentioned, irma is prompting emergency declarations in florida, the u.s. virgin islands, and puerto rico. nbc's morgan radford is live now in san juan, where as you can imagine, residents are getting ready.
morgan, good morning to you. >> matt good morning. residents and officials getting ready. i'm coming to you live from the headquarters of the emergency response center here in san juan, puerto rico. and this is where now they're under a state of emergency ahead of what has been upgraded to a category 5 hurricane irma. and that means today is all about preparation. now the people outside we've spoken to on the ground have said look, we're caribbean. we get it. we're used to heavy rain and heavy winds. this time of the year. but a category 4 or 5 that's an exceptional different beast. so that's why the national guard has already been activated. schools have been closed and almost 500 emergency shelters have been set up all throughout the island. but it's not just here. also in florida, they're also getting prepared with supplies. with food. with gasoline. because territoauthorities are they can't afford not to take irma seriously. 57 counties under a state of emergency and some are debating whether or not they should evacuate.
this is an event that has been described as catastrophic, as life threatening, and that is headed our way. >> all right morgan, thank you very much. and be careful. >> yeah, absolutely. there's a lot more to get to this morning, including a major controversy facing the white house. about an hour from now the president is expected to announce his long-awaited decision on daca. that's the program that protects undocumented immigrants who were brought to this country as children. nbc's white house correspondent kristen welker has the latest for us. kristen, good morning. >> hi, savannah. good morning to you. president trump previewed the big challenges he faces in an overnight tweet using four words. big week coming up. and this morning, congress get ready to do your job, daca. it all starts this morning at the justice department where attorney general jeff sessions is expected to announce the president's controversial plan to end daca, the deferred action for childhood arrival with a six-month delay. as washington gets back to work today, president trump is setting off a bruising immigration battle.
deciding the fate of more than 780,000 young immigrants brought here illegally by their parents. white house sources tell nbc news the president will likely end up daca today, with a six-month delay for congress to come up with a fix. the program protects dreamers from being deported while they work or attend school. the executive decision already triggering cross-country protests over the holiday weekend. and a blue state backlash with attorneys general in new york and washington vowing to sue if the president cancels daca. candidate trump pledged to repeal the obama era program. >> -- you're saying the dream act -- >> we have to make a whole new set of standards, and when people come in they have to -- >> you're going to split up families? you're going to deport children? >> no, no, we're going to keep the families together. we have to keep the families together -- but they have to go. >> as president he sounded more compassionate. >> we're going to show great heart. daca is a very, very difficult subject for me. i will tell you. >> the gop remains deeply divided. with some republicans urging the president to allow congress to
come up with a solution. >> we haven't made this a permanent law. so it's up to us to do so. >> others insisting the president must end daca now. including iowa representative steve king, tweeting the six month delay could lead to amnesty, which amounts to republican suicide. it's the latest addition of the gop's daunting to-do list for september. first up, funding for hurricane harvey relief. starting tomorrow, congress will take up a bill for more than $7 billion in aid. next, a number of must-do items, raising the debt limit, funding the government by the end of the month, or running the risk of a government shutdown. complicating all of it, the president's insistence on money for that long promised border wall. and the other items on the gop wish list? tax reform and another shot at health care. as for daca, hundreds of business leaders have called on president trump to keep the program, from apple to facebook and microsoft. today there are already protests scheduled all across the country and here in d.c. all setting up a big fight this
fall. matt, savannah? >> kristen, members of congress haven't seen eye-to-eye on a lot of key topics. what's the likelihood that they can come up with some kind of fix for daca? >> well, look, matt, in the words of one top republican who i spoke to, the fight over daca will either unite the republican party or tear it apart. you have republicans who want to find a fix but for many on the far right, they just think daca goes against the rule of law and think it should be scrapped altogether. but, and this is a big but, there's some buzz about a potential compromise that could bring both sides together. legislation that would, for example, fund the border wall. that's critical to trump's base. while also preserving daca. but, matt, the challenges are very steep. >> and it's not as though, kristen, that's the only item on lawmakers' agenda. you've got tax reform they want to do. there's a debt ceiling to be raised. how are they going to address all of those priorities? >> well you're absolutely right. the to-do list for september is very long. everything from hurricane harvey
relief to raising the debt limit. by the way those two things could be linked in legislation. but the president's top priority is tax reform after the failure to repeal and replace obamacare, he wants it. frankly, he needs a big legislative victory. so expect the president to be more engaged than he was during health care. he's going to be hitting the road to sell his tax reform package this week, in fact. he'll be in north dakota, but republicans are still very divided over the details, i'm told. still, as one top republican source told me, republicans need tax reform because, quote, we need to show we can govern. savannah, matt? >> kristen welker at the white house, thank you. >> there's some breaking news overnight in the north korea crisis. south korea carrying out live fire exercises for a second straight day. following the regime's most powerful nuclear test to date. and the trump administration is again warning kim jong-un that enough is enough. nbc's keir simmons is is in vladivostok, russia, near the north korean border. keir, good morning to you.
345u9, good morning. evening here in russia's far east, and the russian border with north korea is just along the coast in that direction. and this morning, russia's president putin issuing a thinly veiled rebuke of president trump saying that what he calls the hysteria over north korea is senseless, and could lead to a global catastrophe. south korea, demonstrating its power on the water with military exercises. a commander vowing this morning, north korea's navy will be buried at sea. but today, russia's president putin issuing a stark warning. north korea would rather eat grass than abandon its nuclear program. and tougher sanctions will make no difference. russia threatening to increase its missile capability in the pacific. on land, limits on south korea's missile payloads will be lifted by president trump, according to a south korean defense spokesman. and the president, on twitter this morning, announcing he'll allow japan and south korea to buy more advanced military
equipment from the u.s. meanwhile two days after the north korean nuclear test, reports kim jong-un is preparing to launch another missile. the u.s. will table the u.n. resolution later calling for further actions. >> but he is begging for war. >> reporter: on north korea's northern warder is vladivostok, north korea's nuclear test site is just 200 miles from here. sunday's explosions rocked the city. so you were sitting on the couch here when you felt the tremor? artem liukin was in his small apartment. >> it lasted maybe 20, 25 seconds. >> reporter: but we soon see some of the thousands of north korean workers who also live here. sending money home. russia's connection with decree's communist north runs deep. artem, a professor tells me he has north korean students. >> they use smartphone. they have access to internet. >> reporter: and this is his local north korean restaurant,
as we're talking a north korean man walks by. he doesn't want to talk. the u.s. and its allies say russia, and particularly china, should cut off north korea. but here, at least, those ties seem as strong as ever. and tomorrow here in this city, president putin will host a conference that will include south korea's president moon, japan's prime minister abe and a delegation from north korea. once again, president putin putting himself at the center of the international stage and in the middle of the north korean crisis. he has a lot to win, matt and savannah. and a lot to lose. >> all right, keir simmons in russia for us on this story. keir, thank you. >> as the u.s. is preparing for a potential hit from hurricane irma the death toll from harvey is still growing. and this morning, the nonstop recovery efforts in southeast texas are stretching resources thin. nbc's national correspondent miguel almaguer is in bridge still near the louisiana border. miguel, good morning.
>> savannah, good morning. it's been ten days since harvey made landfall. and so many communities look just like this, surrounded by water or beneath it. and they desperately all want to dry out. this morning in hard-hit east texas, this is the road leading to a city still under water. entire neighborhoods here are submerged. the cleanup can't even begin. row city won't have electricity for two weeks, but they do have the power of neighbors. >> never in my wildest imagination could i have ever pictured this in my mind. >> reporter: with parts of houston flooding today, controlled releases by nearby reservoirs, means thousands of frustrated homeowners are losing dry ground. >> this is a sacrificial area for all of houston. >> reporter: this natural disaster is still unfolding. with a somber reminder of the lives lost, while trying to save others.
>> present arms! >> reporter: houston police saluting sergeant steve perez, killed in the storm that took so much from so many away. where the floodwaters have receded, a new landscape is now emerging. block after block, thousands cleaning up, slowly rebuilding. >> yes. it's still very much wet. it's a mess. it's a job. but it's all good. you know. and we're going to get through this. >> reporter: in houston, the city says it's open for business. small dry cleaners, and big day cares, ready for a new wave of people. >> the parents have got to get those kids back so they can get back to work. because their jobs won't wait. >> 33,000 have lived in 284 shelters. now starting to clear out amid signs of progress. for so many life is flipped upside down. now slowly, coming back.
>> i feel good inside and out. i never saw this much. >> reporter: this morning, a community coming together in a region still struggling to get back on its feet. officials say it could take several days, if not several more weeks for all of these floodwaters here to recede. the damage no doubt will be in the hundreds of billions of dollars. the death toll from harvey stands at 45. savannah and matt? >> miguel, thank you very much. >> in the meantime, a wild fire burning out of control in oregon forced more evacuations overnight and led to the closure of interstate 84. the eagle creek fire has grown to about 5,000 acres. an air quality warning is in effect, ash could be seen falling up to 90 might away. oregon state police say fireworks likely to blame for that fire. and a suspect is in custody. a labor day block party turned chaotic monday after an suv drove into a crowd in philadelphia. police say the festivities had just started when the driver hit several party goers, including elderly people, and a pregnant
woman. at least eight people had to be taken to the hospital. treated for non-life-threatening injuries. the driver told police her brakes failed. she was arrested and charged with driving under the influence. >> take a look at this some frightening moments for passengers on a japan airlines flight from tokyo to new york. i want you to look at the left side of the plane. you can see flames shooting from the left engine. this happened just a couple minutes after takeoff. the pilot reported a bird strike. the plane carrying 233 passengers returned to the airport, and landed safely just a couple of minutes later. >> oh. that's a scary sight right there. let's go back to al and get the rest of the forecast. not just hurricane talk this morning. >> that's right. as we look around the country and show you what we have happening we're looking at record heat continuing in the pacific northwest. not helping that fire danger. severe storms firing up in the northeast new england. dry from the central plains into the northern plains and sunshine west texas into the southwest. we're going to get your local forecast in the next 30 seconds. u
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where we should be for a high temperature. also a beautiful sun rise in san jose but also some poor air quality we'll have to deal with with nearby smoke and very warm temperatures. we're up to 90 in antioch. 85 in san jose. mid-80s for the north bay in san francisco looking at a high today of 76 degrees. over the next several days the humidity drops. it will return to more normal weather. for the land areas some highs and low to mid-80s through the rest of the week. let's head over to mike for an update on the commute. looking at northbound 17 at hamilton. we have a crash still reported in your mid two lanes. that's the big jam heading up off highway 85 and slow as is predictable. north 87 at 101 in san jose looking like it's on the shoulder now. another crash over in richmond looking at carlton boulevard for the second crash of the morning off the richmond bridge.
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towards the united states. that would be towards the weekend. vladimir putin says that sanctions against north korea are senseless and warns of a global catastrophe as south korea carries out exercises in response to the north's strongest test yet. >> his abuse of missiles and his nuclear threats show he is begging for war. protesters take to the streets over president trump's expected decision to end the controversial daca program, leaving thousands of undocumented workers and students at risk of deportation. >> i got the message that my country doesn't want me here. western wildfires are threatening two of the crown jewels of the national parks system threatening glacier and yosemite national park. and going, going, gone. >> j.d. martinez hits it out of here. >> diamondbacks' slugger, j.d. martinez has four homers in four at-bats tying a major league
homer. tuesday tuesday, september 5th, 2017. a pretty good accomplishment. congratulations to him. >> not too slouchy. this morning, there is new fallout of the violent arrest of a utah nurse who refused an officer's demand to draw blood from patients. the nurses will no longer work directly with law enforcement. tom costello has more on that. >> reporter: thousands of people who have seen this video are accusing jeff payne of unlawful arrest, of police misconduct, assault, intimidation. the university of utah has put in place a series of procedures that will ensure that nurses won't deal with police. nurse wubbles spoke out on "today." >> somebody help me! >> reporter: with outrage growing over the video of a salt lake city police
officer grabbing and manhandling alex wubbels, the university of utah hospital is taking measures to make sure it doesn't happen again. >> no individual in the role of educator should ever be treated this way. >> reporter: from now on, police will have to talk to hospital administrators, not doctors or nurses. detective jeff payne wanted a blood sample from truck driver william gray, who was burned in this crash involving a car being chased by police. but the supreme court ruled that police must have a warrant or a patient consent. when wubbles explained why she couldn't draw blood, payne became physical. >> stop! i said, stop it! stop! >> reporter: watching it all unfold, university police and security failed to protect the nurse. >> i apologize to her for what she had to go through. she is a rock star. she did everything right. she didn't deserve to be arrested for what she did. >> i don't know what his problem was. >> reporter: monday on "today,"
wubbels said she went public because police were slow to take action. >> i'm not here to police the police. the police have to do that, if they're going to gain any trust by me or the public. >> reporter: but detective payne and other officer was placed on paid leave when the video was released. now a criminal investigation as the salt lake police department's facebook page fills with thousands of people demanding justice. the salt lake city police and the major have responded to nurse wubbles. detective payne is not responding to requests for comments. william gray, hit by the car being chased by police, sustained serious burns in the crash. he is also a reserve idaho police department. he and his department have publicly thanked nurse wubbles for standing up for his rights while he was unconscious and in the burn unit. friends have set up a gofundme page to help with his serious
expenses with his critical burns. >> an incredible story. a lot of response online for that one. >> changes being made. tom, thank you. check in with al and the northeast, i see. >> we're half an hour away for the latest update on irma. storms on this cold front, from new england to central pennsylvania. as it pushes in, look for the storms to fire up later this afternoon. in we're going to be looking for parts of northern new england. one to three inches of rain. we could see rainfall amounts from an inch to half an inch per hour. record heat continues in the pacific northwest. dry and mild there. the wildfires going on out west. not going to get help there. and look for weather not related to irma through central and southern florida. good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. very humid around the bay area
with unhealthy air quality as smoke from nearby wildfires drifts by and temperatures in the mid-70s. on tomorrow it will be a little bit less humid with a high of 73 degrees and our temperatures are cooling down for the rest of the workweek with inland areas it will still be very muggy. highs in the mid-80s and then as the humidity drops we'll keep these temperatures in the 80s until the weekend. we could be seeing low 90s returning by sunday. >> get your weather anytime you need it. check out the weather channel only cable. >> al, thank you. coming up next, the edibles explosion. the new way people are consuming pot and the warnings being raised. and what you can do to help the victims of hurricane harvey. jeff? >> we're in dallas kicking off our week-long effort. people are coming here to donate to the hurricane victims. we're crisscrossing the country collecting donations. we'll show you how you can
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form-to-table dinner. >> beautiful. >> reporter: all paired with a side of cannabis. >> got some prerolls. pop that open. >> people already are interested in having a connection with the food. so, why not have that connection with the cannabis, as well? >> reporter: it's no secret marijuana is no longer a budding business. it's booming. sales in north america totaled $6.7 million in 2016. a 30% increase. >> there's greater acceptance. 91% of americans are in favor of medical cannabis. and we look at adult use cannabis, 60% of americans believe it should be legalized. that's a sea change from where we were 10, 20 years ago. >> reporter: eight states from given medical marijuana the green light.
as more voters embrace legalization, research shows the industry could see sales top $20 billion by 2021. a growth rate that's faster and bigger than the dotcom era. >> we're pouring the gummis in the mold. >> reporter: and with smoking drop iping cannabis is in different forms. >> the flavor profiles. the ingredients of the products. up a this is becoming much more high-end. >> reporter: there's infused chocolates. mints to match your mood. and gummis dialled in for a customer's day. >> hash oil mixed into the agave. >> reporter: the growing kitchen of boulder has its own pesticide-free ingredients. it specializes in a growing
trend. >> you want the chill pills. >> it helps with my sleep apnea. >> for many people, 10 milligrams or 100 milligrams is significantly more than necessary. and the best way to find out that is start low. >> reporter: recreational h marijuana users, learning to create their own edibles. in colorado, sales of edibles more than tripled, from $17 million in 2014, when the state first allowed recreational marijuana use, to $53 million in the third quarter of 2016. this concerns watchdogs who say there are dangers with sweet, potent edibles. >> the creativity around the marijuana markets are continue to normalize marijuana consumption for kids. and what we do know is the impact on the adolescent brain is real. >> reporter: as the government and marijuana industry work to
step up safety, the connoisseur is sitting down to new experiences. >> cheers. >> reporter: and back here in the kitchen, we've got a tray of chocolates that have just been made. that's worth $250. a full rack, worth $2,500. all this must be consumed in colorado. the way the current laws are, these products cannot be transported out of state. >> check your pockets, kerry, before you leave. and tomorrow, weed and wine. the problems that the marijuana industry is creating for some of the country's top winemakers. don't worry, winemakers. hoda and i got you back. >> plenty of customers here. who is back? a guy that looks like carson daly. >> good to be back.
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good tuesday morning. it is now 7:56 as we wake up on this tuesday morning and head out the door. it feels really humid. we're at 70 degrees in the tri-valley. mid-70s for the south bay. some 60s right now as the skies clear and our high temperatures today will be heading into the mid-80s for the north bay. concord a high of 88 degrees and 8 degrees in palo alto. san jose, 85. 70s for san francisco and still sticky out there today. the humidity drops tomorrow and temperatures reaching up to 73 degrees. a nice, fairly cool end to the week while the inland areas will have more seasonable temperatures and also looking at a mix of sun and clouds. it will be warming up a few more degrees as we head into the weekend but nothing like the weekend we just had with that oppressive heat. let's head over to mike for an update on what's happening with transit this morning. >> the transit systems are
moving well. a delay through redwood city. we have this issue, a bigger delay for 101 traveling north to san jose. the map will show you the crash, looks like it may have cleared. i saw good movement. a tougher drive north 87. this crash also moved to the shoulder. that's better news. silicon valley and the east bay show a much heavier volume. recovery coming down to richmond. back to you. thank you very much, kari and mike. 6:57. happening now the white house is expected to call an end to daca. the policy protecting about 800,000 young immigrants or so-called d.r.e.a.m.ers brought to america illegally with their parents. attorney general jeff sessions is expected to call for order to officially end in six months. between now and then president trump is hoping congress will come up with new legislation to replace daca. nbc "today" show plans to air anytime now. another update in half an hour.
it's 8:00 on "today." coming up, preparing for the storm. irma strengthening this morning to a category 5 hurricane. as puerto rico braces for the worst. florida under a state of emergency as the massive storm barrels through the caribbean. just when might it hit the u.s.? plus, helping after harvey. >> canned goods would be great. >> jeff rossen, crisscrossing the country, collecting donations for people hit hard by the hurricane. this morning, how you can lend a helping hand anywhere you are. and royal romance. meghan markle opens up about her relationship with prince harry. from the difficulties of dealing with the paparazzi to what lies ahead for the couple. today, tuesday, september 5th, 2017. ♪
>> i have somebody that has to say hello or she is in big trouble. >> i h this is an nbc news special report. here's lester holt. >> good morning, everyone. we're coming on the air on this busy back-to-work tuesday, as the trump administration is about to announce its decision on daca, the immigration policy put in place by president obama that allows people that came to this country as children deportation. currently 800,000 of them. as a candidate, president trump promised to end daca. jeff sessions is going to make the announcement at the justice department. kristen welker is there. talk about the timing and why they may want to announce this
now. >> reporter: well this, is against a deadline with a number of states attorney general that they would sue the trump administration if it didn't scrap daca today. it is expected that jeff sessions is going to end daca, with a six-month delay, giving congress that amount of time to fix the program. this is highly controversial. that's why you have the secretary general, and not the president announcing it. >> kristen welker, thank you. attorney general sessions has now entered the room. he will speak. but we are told, will take no questions. >> okay. good morning. i'm here, today, to announce that the program known as daca, that was effectuated under the obama administration is being
resended. the daca program provided a legal status for recipients for a renewable two-year term, work worker authorization and other benefits and participation in the social security program, to 800,000 mostly adult illegal aliens. the policy was integrated unilater unilaterally. after congress rejected legislative proposals to extend similar benefits on numerous occasions to this same group of illegal aliens. in other words, the executive branch, through daca, deliberately sought to achieve what the legislative branch specifically refused to authorize on multiple occasions. such an open-ended circumvention of immigration law was an unconstitutional exercise of authority by the executive branch.
the affect of this unirat ral amnesty, contributed to a surge of minors at the southern border that yielded consequences. it denied jobs to hundreds of thousands of americans by allowing those same illegal aliens to take those jobs. we inherited from our founders and have advanced an unsurpas d ed legal heritage. as attorney general, it is my duty to ensure that the laws of the united states are enforced, and that the constitutional order is upheld. no greater good for the overall health and well-being of our republic, than preserving and strengthening the impartial rule of law. society where's the rule of law is treasured, are societies that tend to flourish and success. totes where the rule of law is
subject to political womhims an personal biases are afflicted by poverty and human suffering. to have a lawful system of immigration that serves the national interest, we cannot admit everyone who would like to come here. it's just that simple. that would be an open borders policy. and the american people have rightly rejected that. therefore, the nation must set and enforce a limit on how many immigrants we admit each year. and that means all cannot be accepted. this does not mean they are bad people or that our nation disrespects or demeans them in any way. it means we are properly enforcing our laws as congress has passed them. it is with these principles and duties in mind, and in light of
imminent litigation that we reviewed the obama administration's daca policy. our wisdom is that the policy is vulnerable to the same legal and constitutional challenges that the courts recognize with expect to the dapa program, which was enjoined in a decision that was affirmed by the fifth circuit court of appeals. the fifth circuit concluded that daca has not been implemented in sufficient discretion. and that dapa was closed by congress' careful plan. the immigration law that congress passed foreclosed this possibility of daca. it was inconsistent with the constitutional separation of powers. that decision was confirmed by the supreme court on an equally undivided basis. if we were to keep the obama
administration's policy, the likeliest outcome is it would be enjoined just as was dapa. the the department of justice has advised the president and the homeland security, that the homeland security should begin an orderly, lawful winddown, including the consolation of the memo that authorized this program. acting secondary duke has chosen appropriately to initiate a wind down process. this will enable the department of homeland security to conduct an orderly change and fulfill the desire of this administration to create a time period for congress to act should it so choose. we firmly believe this is the responsible path. simply put, if we are to further our goal of strengthening the constitutional order, and the rule of law in america, the
department of justice cannot defend this overreach. george washington university law professor jonathan turley in testimony before the house judiciary committee was clear about the enormous constitutional infirmities raised by this action. he said, quote, in his testimony, in ordering this blanket exception, president obama was nullifying part of a law that he simply disagreed with. if a president can claim sweeping discretion to suspend key federal laws, the entire legislative process becomes little more than a pretense. the circumvention of the legislative process, not only undermines the authority of this branch, he's referring to the legislative branch, but
destabilizes the tripartate system as a whole. the disrespect for the legislative process is an important first step. all immigration policies should serve the interest of the people of the united states. lawful immigrant and native born alike. congress should carefully and pursue the types of reforms that are right for the american people. our nation is comprised of good and decent people, who want their government's leaders to fulfill their promises and advance an immigration policy that serves the national interest. we are people of compassion. and we are people of law. there's nothing compassionate about the failure to enforce immigration laws. enforcing the law saves lives. protects communities and taxpayers and prevents human suffering. failure to enforce the laws in the past has put our nation at risk of crime, violence and
terrorism. the compassionate thing to do is end the lawlessness, enforce our laws, and if congress chooses to make changes to those laws, to do so through the process set forth by our founders, in a way that advances the interest of the american people. that is what the president had promised to do and has delivered to the american people. under president trump's leadership, this administration has made great progress in the last few months, toward establishing a lawful and constitutional immigration system. this makes us safer and more secure. it will further economically the lives of millions who are struggling. and it will enable our country to more effectively teach new immigrants about our system of government and to assimilate
them to the cultural understandings that support it. the substantial progress of immigration at our border is almost entirely due to the leership of president trump and his inspired immigration officers. but the problem is not yet solved. and without more action, we could see illegality rise again, rather than be eliminated. as a candidate and now in office, president trump has offered specific ideas and legislative solutions that will protect american workers, increase wages and salary, defend the national security, ensure the public saufety and increase the general well-being of the american people. he has worked closely with members of congress, including
introduction of the raise act, that would increase benefits of fur country. there's powerful interest groups in the country. and every one of them has a constitutional right to advocate their views. and represent whomever they choose. but the department of justice does not represent any narrow interest or subset of the american people. we represent all of the american people and protect the integrity of the constitution. that is our charge. we at the department of justice are proud to work and advance this vision for america and to do our best each day, to ensure the safety and security of the american people. thank you very much. >> attorney general sessions not taking any questions, reading off a prepared statement, announcing that the daca program -- this is a program
that allowed undocumented immigrants that tham co-the country as children to remain in the country and to work. he used the words rescinding it and winding down. chuck todd, did the administration just drop back and punt on this? >> that's one way of looking at it. there's a reason why you heard the attorney general lay out a legal case against daca. he did not lay out the political case against daca. i think that's always been the problem and the controversy surrounding daca. the legality of it isn't clear-cut. what the attorney general laid out there is true. it is vulnerable. when you do something via executive action, it is a vulnerable part. and you could absolutely see lawsuits come in and question the constitutionality of it. if okay doesn't do anything,
what happens to the 800,000 folks. what country do you send them back to? for many of them, they don't know of a home country. they may have been born in another country. but they don't have a place to be deported to. this is a punt to congress. now, we're going to have a long, drownout political fight. congress has a big to-do list. throwing this on top of it is probably the top issues that have fractured this issue more than anyone else. you throw that in the next six months to find out a solution. can democrats live with funning a wall. can republicans feel comfortable voting for a form of amnesty, protecting these folks legally would do that. is the wall enough to keep them from dealing with the challenge on the right? the politics of this is so complicated. the legality was complicated
enough. but the administration has a strong legal case to make in withdrawing it. they don't have a good political one. >> let's go to hallie jackson now. hallie, to what extent is the administration prepared to held and guide congress as they come up with a solution? >> that's a million-dollar question. and it's a question you have 800,000 people in this country looking to. it seems the president is putting distance between himself and this decision. putting out jeff sessions to make the announcement from the department of justice, rather than announcing it himself. if we see this distance, this is a ball, to continue with the football analogy, to be picked up and run with by congress. what happens in ex-to the daca recipients, the so-called dreamers. we know that the protections, we learned, will expire on a rolling basis. there's no plans, dhs says, to target the daca recipients.
the dreamers. but if the protections expire and congress does nothing in six months, we're being told that the daca recipients will be treated like any other immigrant. the priority is to prioritize the deportation of other criminal offenses. committed other crimes besides being in this country illegally. when you talk about personal information, there's no plans to use the personal information, given by the recipients to the government. but it could be provided if requested by law enforcement. >> lets me quickly go to kasie hunt on capitol hill. this cuts across lines in vulnerability. is there a stomachache on capitol hill? >> this congress has struggled to make any kinds of compromises in the trump administration. and this is an issue that fractures both sides. brings out emotion. there are republicans that want to extend a hand to the 800,000
people. lindsey graham has sponsored a bill to that effect. there's republicans that are worried about the business community, who has been vocal saying they want the people to continue to work for their businesses. this is going to require democrats. there's going to be the right wing of the party that's not going to accept it. do you couple this with funning for the border wall to get enough people to vote for it. backing the border wall that president trump campaigned on is impossible for so many of the democrats here in congress. the reality is, democrats and republicans will have to compromise if they want to help these people. we've seen no evidence that they're going to be able to do that. >> kasie hunt, thank you. the administration winding down daca and giving congress six months to come up with its own
solution. we want to switch to hurricane irma. a dangerous category 5 storm as it bears down in the caribbean. let's get the latest from al roker on that. >> it's been interesting to watch this intensify. in the last 36 hours, it's gone from a 3 to a 5. and right now, it's a category 5 storm with 185-mile-per-hour winds. the track of it keeps to the north of puerto rico, the leeward islands, with 175-mile-per-hour winds on thursday. friday morning, near cuba, sunday it's between havana and miami and the florida straits. we'll be watching this very closely. right now, hurricane watches up for his ppaniolahispaniola, sane leeward islands. we have tropical storm warnings also for the leeward islands.
we look at the different models. they're all together pretty well saturday afternoon, coming through the bahamas or north of cuba. by monday, they make this turn and by tuesday, a little more focused on florida and to the west of florida. we're starting to see a lot more of the strands coming over into the mid-atlantic states. we're going to be watching this very closely, lester. if this makes landfall, it would be the first time ever in the same season we had a category 4 storm or higher make landfall twice. two storms of category 4 strength or higher. this could be devastating. that's why everybody in the gulf, all the way up into the mid-atlantic, has to continue to watch this. >> al roker, thank you for the update on irma. stay with nbc and msnbc for the latest on irma and the daca decision. and we're following the crisis on north korea. i'll victims of the hurricane. so many of you want to help, as
well. where better to kick this off than texas? all these people have woken up early to donate these items. all these people have woken up nice and early. i want to show you what's happening outside, as well. outside our doors, people are pulling in trucks. we take a live picture. and they are unloaded these trucks right now, with all of that bottled water. we've been seeing that all morning, as well. here's the thing. even if you can't get to dallas this morning, or any of our locations, don't worry. we have you covered there, as well. this morning, we're about to show you the new way that you can donate items from home. today, more than a week after harvey hit, the emergency shifts from a rescue effort to a rebuilding effort. and it's massive. officials calling it, one of the largest humanitarian efforts in u.s. history. more than 34,000 people still in
shelters today. as many as 40,000 homes destroyed. and we're meeting so many people across the country, who want to help. >> hi, there. jeff rossen from nbc's "today" show. in new jersey, i went door-to-door. >> canned goods? >> reporter: canned goods would be great. >> come on in. is that the stuff you're looking for? >> reporter: this is fantastic. canned tuna. soup. this is all stuff that charities say they need. this is so sweet of you. >> everybody wants to do something. but we don't know what to do. i can't just put a case of water in the mailbox. >> pe >> reporter: that's why we're here to help you deliver this. >> i wanted to do something. you want more stuff? >> down the street, i meet another generous homeowner. >> would you take blankets? >> reporter: she doesn't stop there. >> thanks for giving me an
opportunity. >> reporter: in fact, every person we meet gives. >> right here, we have a whole -- bag for you here. >> reporter: thank you so much. >> our pleasure. >> reporter: this man heard we were in town and made a special trip to the store. >> here's the water. >> reporter: great. >> and i got a bunch of toilet paper, too. i know it's going to the right place. >> reporter: thank you for giving. you can give, too, right from your own home, no matter where you live. the american red cross set up a wish list on amazon. how do you do it? go to amazon.com/redross, and see the list. if you want to send food to the victims, add the idea items to cart. and then, place your order and you're done. >> it feels great to give.
tragedy sometimes brings people together. and sad enough to say, we're being pulled together now. >> reporter: back to a live picture here in dallas, they are unloading all of the bottled water here. people are bringing school slys, backpacks for the kids of houston. i want to bring in jennifer sampson, the ceo of united way here. how helpful will this be? >> it has been a tremendous amount of support from our neighbors in houston. >> those that wouldn't be here today. >> reporter: how do we help? >> go to uniteddallas.org opinion. >> reporter: all this is going to make its way to houston. i will drop my clipboard. and i want to show you what's happening outside of they united way. we have moving vans. moving vans from black tie moving. they are volunteering their services.
they are loading up the trucks and will drive this to houston and give it to people who need it most. tomorrow morning, we are crisscrossing the country and heading to tampa, fl, where we heard about 1,000 kids who say they want to donate school supplies and toys to the kids of houston. children helping children. we're going to visit them tomorrow morning live on the show. we're taking their items to houston, as well. a big week helping after harvey. >> good work. all of southeast texas needs our help. i hope people will donate. >> and to improvise that amazon deal. that is genius. so many folks want to give. >> now, as we're talking about getting relief and supplies the people in texas, talking about this other situation that could impact the caribbean and florida. keep an eye on that, as well. just ahead, katherine schwarzenegger shares the best advice she's received from her parents.
as expected .. the white house has ordered an end to the ca good morning. it's 8:26. i'm marcus washington. as expected, the white house has ordered an end to the daca policy which protects some 800,000 young immigrants, all of whom were brought to the u.s. illegally by their parents. attorney general jeff sessions made the announcement 26 minutes ago. he gave congress time to create a new policy. about a quarter of all so-called d.r.e.a.m.ers live in california. president trump sent out a tweet early this morning saying, quote, congress, get ready to do your job -- daca, end quote. now let's head over to traffic for a look at the roads.
>> north 87 finally showing some slowing. it took a while for us to see better speeds. all over the bay, a lot more traffic. it's traffic tuesday, as we would expect. yesterday we had the vacation so folks were easing into the morning commute. the east shore freeway, here are your travel times. just under an hour from highway 4 to the bay bridge. that's better than it was, we had two crashes that cleared. back to you, marcus. >> thanks, mike. we'll have another local news update for you in half an hour. food. water. internet. we need it to live. but what we don't need are surprises, like extra monthly fees. i see you, fee, played by legendary actress anjelica huston. you got me, mark.
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♪ hi. how are you? good morning. >> we're back, now, 8:30 on a tuesday morning. the 5th day of september, 2017. kind of a back-to-work, back-to-school, back-to-the-plaza kind of morning. these people have joined us along with, look who else joined us. megyn kelly. >> at this time of the show, we scan the mrplaza and look for someone amazing. since the gang is all here, and
megyn, too, we're going to take a big selfie. >> hold on. >> squeeze in here. >> get charlie in there. >> there it is. hold on, ready. one, two -- where is the button? that's it, baby. we'll post it on today.com so everyone can get a copy. >> i think you're missing the plaza moment, with these pants and that jacket. >> cou"countdown," megyn kelly, two weeks, right? >> are you excited? >> so excited. i feel like a racehorse in a starting gate. we're inviting you to come visit us. it will be across the street in
30 racock. i didn't know you that you were in different buildings. we'll have live audience every day. the tickets are free. >> for now. >> until we can re-evaluate. >> carson will be the scalp. >> it's a penny. >> bring every member of your family. >> that's awesome. >> it will be fun. guys, coming up in a few minutes. the "bad moms" is back. that cast is gearing up to take on christmas. he's known as the hammer. he is armed and will be going for a guinness record with karate chops. >> he has gallagher helping him. and katherine schwarzenegger
is here. and she's on a mission to help find animals loving homes. coming up on september 12th, a primetime telethon is called hand in hand. it will benefit those impacted by hurricane harvey. >> a lot of celebrities to be involved. it's going to air here on nbc, as well as all of the other big networks. and hopefully, it will raise a lot of money for the people who really need it again. that is on the 12th of september. mr. roker? >> let's see what we have for you starting off on today. more heat and the northwest, not helping the wildfires. 90s probably set a record in seattle. 100 in medford. 95 in salt lake. temperatures will start to kl down later this week. as we move east, temperatures really ki lly chilly. everybody from 10 to 20 degrees
in the mid plains where it will be drier and milder and eventually cooler. good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. more hazy sunshine, milder temperatures and high humidity around the bay area as you head out the door. temperatures today heading up to 85 degrees in san jose, 79 in oakland, 88 in concord this afternoon. palo alto, 82. low 70s for half moon bay, napa a high of 85 degrees. through the week, humidity drops and our temperatures continue on like this, a little bit closer to normal for this time of year. >> and that's your latest weather. got a cutie here. a couple of cuties. who is this? >> can you say olivia? >> close enough. where are you from? >> alabama. >> how old is riggs? >> he turned 1 on the fourth. >> get the weather anywhere you
need it, go to the weather channel on cable. >> all right, al. last year's hit comedy, "bad moms" gave women a chance to sit back and relax and feel better about the parenting disasters. >> we needed a sequel. sheinelle visited the all-star cast on-set in atlanta. >> good morning to you. it's called a "bad mom's christmas." and this time we meet some bad grandmas, too. and i can confirm it's better than ever. the bad moms are back. and they're taking on the most wonderful time of the year. >> let's take christmas back. >> reporter: set the scene for us. "bad moms christmas." >> it's a little different. the three of us independently go after the ideals of the holiday system. it grounds the situation the
pressure that mothers put on themselves. >> reporter: there's moms that can relate. the notion that christmas has to be perfect. >> we want people to relate. that's what i do. that's the whole point, to let people, no. we're not all islands. we're one big continent. >> i spend months picking out the perfect present for everyone. i get coupons for free back rubs. >> reporter: in real life, do you find your husbands are good partners or people to held? >> i have the most incredible husband on the planet. >> we're lucky in that hospital. >> it's not like we got the three men on the planet who want to do housework. i think we -- >> well -- >> we understand that if you want something from your partner joushgs you have to say it. it's too much pressure. >> reporter: do you have holiday
memories? was it crazy in your homes? >> i blocked it all out. i remember my brother -- i remember my brother getting my mom a half-used ed bottle of mousse -- hair mousse. >> no, you don't. where is the other half? and i got my dad a six-pack of snickers one year. >> reporter: adding to the mayhem -- meeting the bad moms' moms. played by christine baranski, susan sarandon and cheryl hines. >> my mom is played by christine baranski. we're like, when this is done, we're going to have a drink and chitch chitchat. >> reporter: in real life or the movie in. >> in real life. she's hung out with me when i pumped. >> mom? >> reporter: the veteran actresses jumped at the chance
to be a part of a female-driven comedy. >> i thought it would be a blast to work with all these women. this was so many women. and lael talented, funny women. >> they did such a great job on "bad moms." >> reporter: and talk about the chemistry. >> you get actresses together and bounce off each other. it's like a playground, this movie. >> reporter: can you relate to your character in any way? >> oh, god. i hope not. >> i'm here to see my daughter on easter. >> christmas. >> i've never been drunk and high on christmas. my kids are older, might be the way to go. >> just because you have kids, it doesn't mean you have become this nerd. >> doesn't mean you're not dirty
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dad? >> both of my parents grew up on farms. we've been around animals our entire life. i've been a huge animal lover and dog lover. i wanted to write this book too teach people about the amazing animals that are available for adoption. >> the story goes, one thanksgiving not that long ago, you and your sister brought some dogs. >> food is not our forte. we decided to bring puppies. we walked by a store that kneaded to find posters for some puppies. we turned my mom's garage into a little kennel. >> how did maria feel about that? >> she loved it. the last one turned out to be a foster failure because i adopted maverick. >> maverick you've had how long now? >> 2 1/2 years. >> how did he inspire you to write this book? >> i got maverick, two weeks
old. very sick at the time. and i ended up creating a special bond with him and i kept the him and i decided to bite the bullet and adopt him and to see how kids responded to him. they could get a dog that came with the story. i saw my cousin react to me getting him. they thought it was so interesting. i wanted to write the book because i wanted to teach kids about the option of animal adopti adoption. when time comes for them to get a dog or a cat, they might choose to adopt. >> what have you learned about this group through writing books like this. >> this is my first children's book, which i always loved children. >> it's really fun for me. i love kids. to teach them at a young age, you know, about animals and the ones available for adoption. it's something i'm excited about. >> you posted a picture of you working out, with dad. >> that was my father. >> he posted it? i don't know why that doesn't
surprise me. pumping a little bit of iron. he is 70. >> he is. he just turned 70. >> look at the shape he's in. >> incredible shape. both of my parents have been preparing me for every book launch. my mom, we do interview rehearsal. my dad likes to take me to the gym to make sure i'm ready to go. >> i've known for your mom. she's been a dear friend for 35 years. what did she tell you to prepare for you for this interview? >> if it comes to something i'm so passionate about, like animal, it's comfortable for me. >> way to dodge. that was good. what's the one thing about your mom i don't know? >> about my mom? you seem to know a lot. >> something that would really help me in the next dinner conversation. >> the next dinner conversation? i don't know. she loves dogs more than you think she does.
♪ we're back. with our break-long series "break it today." we've teamed up with our friends at the guinness world records to celebrate the release of the book. >> this morning, a competitor looking to set one by splitting the competition in half. meet the hammer. ron is a real-life fruit ninja, crushing watermelons with a single punch. he's a vert if ied trainer and
boxing expert. he's been fighting his way into the guinness world record books. the longest punching marathon. today, ron is looking to have the most watermelons split with a karate chop. ron is almost ready to go, along with michael empric. what is the current record right now? >> the mark to beat is 40 watermelons. they need to be split in half with a karate chop. not a fist. >> why watermelons? >> the last record i set, was a punch bag marathon. i decided i wanted to have a one-minute record. >> do you feel confident? >> i feel very confident. >> i shook your hand and thought i crushed it with my strength.
>> what freaks me out is how close the board is under there. do you slam into the board every time? >> a little bit. >> are we ready? >> i want to say hello to my mom. i love you. this one is for you. >> how sweet are you? >> we should move back. >> are you ready? >> three, two, one, go. >> ronald, are you ready? >> yes. >> for the record, three, two, one, go. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> 30 seconds remaining, ron.
20 seconds left. 15 seconds remaining. ten. nine. eight. seven. six. five. four. three. two. one. [ buzzer ] >> wow. >> what happened? >> how many was it? >> so, what's the total? >> are you okay? >> come on over, ron. >> that was kind of terrifying. are you all right? >> who wants watermelon juice? >> the mark to beat was 40 watermelons. you did have some
disqualifications. but i can announce you had 4. it's a new record. [ cheers and applause ] >> and he did it for mom. >> ron, congratulations. your mom is watching. she has to be proud of you today. >> i love you, mom. >> and watermelon salad. >> tomorrow on "break it today," the most marshmallows caught by mouth in one minute. we can't wait for that. first this, is "today" on nbc. this is the new comfort food. grown right here in california, with absolutely no antibiotics ever. a better way to grow, a better way to eat. and it starts with foster farms simply raised chicken. california grown with no antibiotics ever.
let's start off with a happy 108th birthday to vanentina williams. mr. harry penso celebrating 100 years. a former hairstylist from encino, california. famous for wearing a track suit everywhere he goes. happy 100th birthday to ruth heller of dunlap, iowa. every year for her birthday, she enjoys one grasshopper. >> grasshopper cocktail. there's a difference. >> geraldine smith, a cross country traveler from delaware. she attends a weekly fitness class. that's one more than me. hazel thompson, 100 years old.
spent 70 years volunteering with a countless number of organizations. last but not least, happy 100th birthday to thomas ford. still rocks out to the same band he founded 70 years ago. the band's name, the rhythm doctors. >> that's a good band name. justin long is coming up next hour. >> we're going to go back to school with some great apps. best buys for fall. and the group, the stereophonics. >> not as good as the rhythm doctors. >> great. have a great tuesday, everybody. get a check of your local news and weather. >> watermelon for everybody. i )m ...
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this morning on today's take, revealing secrets from the set when justin long return as our co-host. the "bad moms" are back. and a big contest announcement that could bring you to new york to be on-set with us. yes, now. >> from nbc news, this is "today's take." live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> welcome to a tuesday for the "today" show. september 25th, 2017. one of our favorites performed this on our program, "shut up and dance" by walk the moon. another reason i'm so happy to be back -- >> welcome back.
>> justin long is here. >> that's not why you're happy to be back. >> say his name again. >> justin long. >> thanks, guys. >> man, this is -- >> they love -- look at them. >> they're going nuts. >> what happened? >> there they are. >> now, nair paying attention. >> that's kind of you. you were away. you were in -- >> i was taking my daughter to paris. she's doing her first year in paris, which is tough duty. we had a wonderful time. and my thoughts and prayers -- we were thinking about everybody, dealing with harvey. i was tempted to think about coming back. and i said, you know, we have great nbc team. my daughter would remember i wasn't there. >> i thought about you. you know, you left me in
scotland. that's fair. your daughter in paris, going off to college. that was a big day. >> were you emotional? did you cry? how did you handle it? >> i -- >> why did somebody laugh? men can cry. >> she's happy and she's got a great set of roommates. at a great school. >> it's a subway ride. deborah's a mess. >> mom's a measure. still? >> big step. paris in the first year. >> that's a lot. >> but i love wearing the beret. >> and the baguettes. >> that might be offensive to them. >> they probably aren't watching. >> the mimes. the mimes are upset. >> if they're upset, they can't talk about it. >> i love your web series, "the
real steven blat" on funny or die. >> he's abinfluencer. he's a teenager with no talents or skills. and yet, he has all these followers. he feels -- he has nothing to say. but he has a huge platform from which to say it. >> #reallife. >> you can follow him on instagram. >> for real? >> yeah. look him up. he's somewhere. >> type in steven blat. >> there's probably a guy named steven blat. >> you paid him off? >> i think we would have to. i hope there's not. but -- yeah. it's a thing we did with a great art school in florida. >> that's a terrific school. >> she could have gone there. would have been closer. >> could have. >> i am proud about it. shoutout to christian.
mick and linda watching. mick and linda my neighbors in massachusetts. >> hey, do me a favor. can you get a shot in the orange room right now? just -- >> i mean, we can show this over on my shoutouts. >> they're listening to you. it's like their watching in your living room. >> she's laughing at your jokes. >> not laughing, really. >> that was her. >> great. i alienate d the one person -- >> charlie was telling the joke. >> it was hilarious. >> by the way, i was flying to paris, and i watched "dodgeball" again. and just some of your finest work. >> thank you.
i want to come every day. i need this. >> you're in a new film with our buddy, who directed, ryan eggle. >> ryan was here last week. and it's called "right before erin." he goes to his ex-girlfriend's wedding. he gets invited. and he makes the mistake of -- there he is. we look a lot alike. ryan directed and wrote it. >> what is he like? >> he is calm. he's a smart guy. hansom. you can get lost in his face, if you're not careful. >> say that again. you can get lost in his face. >> i don't know. i'm stretching. >> can i steal that? >> sure. >> i heard you're so beautiful, it's like staring at a sun. >> for a guy. i got lost in your face. >> that's a song, isn't it?
it's a song by cold play. maybe they would consider that song. >> bands love when you do that. pitch song ideas. >> he starts strumming the guitar like strumming a tune for it. >> you can have it. >> the title is, you're so handsome, i got lost in your face. >> slash al roker. specifically to al roker. >> you are one of the hardest working people in our business because, you do the weekends. you do our show. you do msnbc. and you took a vacation. >> my first family vacation since christmas. i know. >> that was from al. >> that was me. >> she was lost in my face and couldn't tell where it was coming from. >> i thought i got sympathy wow from somewhere else. it was epic and amazing. you have my family, right?
>> a big group. >> a big group in and of itself. we have 12 kids. i didn't have to wear makeup, other than when me and my girlfriends had to take this group picture. >> why did you have to wear makeup. >> you got all of the close-ups. >> all of us -- >> we have an iphone. my friend got this picture. all these women with husbands, children, whatever, we rented this massive house and we all had an area of the house. every night, a different couple would cook. i got lucky because my night we wednesdayed up going out to eat. it was amazing. >> toilets? how is the toilet situation? >> this the is setup. i'm not just always curious about toilets. >> that was ransom random.
my children are constantly clogging toilets. i woke up this morning and all of the toilets are clogged. >> her kids are 20, by the way. >> they did it at this vacation house. and one of the couples were like, since it was your kids, you have to buy a plunger. >> that is fair. >> i was hoping that somebody else would take care of it. >> not like dinner. >> you can take them to the restaurant, too. >> no kid will admit whether they were the culprit. i don't know which kid is doing it. all of the toilets in the house. >> kidd ede eden hidden camera bathroom. >> other people are using the bathroom. >> benefit. >> i remember the last time you co-hosted, a little dark side. >> yeah. >> you mask it very well.
>> thank you so much. >> are you always thinking things? >> it's a horrible up in here. >> a disaster. >> this is what we decided to do. i said, six squares per trip. >> per trip? >> they can count. they're 5. >> it's on the honor system. >> i want you the take six squares per job. >> that's not right. that's not right. >> you can't go from unlimited toilet paper to six. >> no. >> they're not like a cartoon bear. >> they just don't -- >> i think six squares is enough. if you knew how much toilet paper we -- >> you have to start buying more pants then. only do six squares. we'll be right back. >> justin long, ladies and gentlemen. justin long. by the way, it's -- this is not the only reason it's a big day today.
this is big. we are kicking off our giveaway everyday sweepstakes. we are giving ideas to three viewers every day for the month of september. >> are you looking outside? >> these folks who are -- >> you want to -- no. >> we're not normally down here. >> for example. to kick this off -- >> we got the drumroll. >> yes. three lucky winners get six squares -- no. three lucky winners get a 55-inch smart tv. the smart tv platform that offers quick and easy access to content at the touch of a button. for a chance to win, visit facebook.com/todaystake. >> nice. >> letterman used to do that. >> i always wanted to do that. >> can i do one? >> do them all. >> making it rain, justin. thank you. >> now, i don't know what i'm talking about. >> in other news, national pizza
day. >> yes. >> cheese pizza day. we are bringing in a superslice from the pizza barn in yonkers, new york. the clis is over two feet long. and the price starts at 12 bucks. do you fold that to eat it? >> where are your pieces? >> go for it. is today really national cheese pizza day. >> al, will you feed me? >> i need to take this picture. that was awesome. >> from this end. from this end. >> there's no gluten. >> no. >> gluten-free. >> it's really gad. the oning is not done yet. how you could win a chance to
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taste? >> and student loans. i'm still paying back. >> that's why we need free education. >> have you googled anything? >> i googled whole foods chelsea. >> those lines are longal at this one. >> and how many toilet paper plies is enough? >> six squares is enough. >> i googled me. how great am i? >> you could get lost in that face, al. >> i googled where i could get a yellow/orange moleskin journal. i like that color. >> so random. >> i think i actually have one? >> yeah. >> really. i'm not kidding. >> what is moleskin? >> you know, the notebooks. our producer, gavin, would write
in them all the time. >> moleskin? >> it's a french company. >> they must be really nice. >> it's not writing in a mead notebook. >> google revealed the top questions people look up. number five, how to draw. people want to learn. >> i didn't know it was possible to google that. what do they tell you? >> take your hand. >> how to lose weight? eat less and exercise more. >> you eat really well, right? >> not necessarily. >> a stroll through your twitter feed would suggest otherwise. >> this one is ridiculous. it's very common. >> how to get pregnant. >> yeah. people want to know. >> if there's easier ways to do it. >> really.
easier. i think they're simple. >> sheinelle is a germaphobe. >> her husband has to stand three feet away. >> you know what? >> it involves a trampoline. there's things like lay on your side. >> number two -- >> how to kiss. >> watch. we'll show you. >> don't bother googling it. >> just roll your dvr. >> i guess there are more specific ways. >> and play like -- play like you're 14 and you shouldn't be doing this at 14. let's do 17. your first kiss at 17. these days, instead of kissing a teddy bear, these kids are probably googling it. >> i learned kissing my hand. >> i didn't want to get ink on my mouth, al.
you should google. how co-kiss your own hand. >> the number one thing that people google. >> get that away from me, al. >> number one thing that people google, how to tie a tie. >> that makes sense. >> we tried to figure it out. >> you know how to do yours. and i was trying to teach my son. i had to stand behind him to tie the tie. i couldn't do the mirror thing. >> mine looks like a square not. i have to work on the part where it goes in at the top. >> but googling it would be confusing. >> but they have videos. wouldn't you love to be at this table. wouldn't you love to be part of this? >> we're current. >> we want you to think about what the weirdest thing you've looked up online.
we want you to submit a video talking about that for a contest we're launching. today, we have justin long co-hosting. but soon, it could be you. >> we're going to invite one viewer -- >> if you are bloack and just have an outline. >> and have question marks. >> you can be there. that's the only people. >> calling all silhouettes. >> so many of you on facebook or twitter. you say, i wish i could sit next to you guys. >> nobody does. >> yes, they do. i could pull it up right now. >> we know people want to come sit next to us. >> i can tell you. it is fun. >> thank you. you've had pizza. >> yeah.
i got fed pizza like an italian baby bird. >> talked about toilet paper. >> if you want to be here next thursday. and i'm warning you, you might want to think twice. >> come. >> head to today.com and write about what you think you can bring to this. whatever it is, it's better than what we do. >> maybe a person. >> include a video of what we can expect from you as our co-host. use the google topic as a starting point. >> i can't wait to meet you. >> you will have fun, too. even off-camera. not like they just shut up and ignore each other. >> actually better. let's do weather. only kidding. coming up, have they been dau naughty or nice?
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about having a chance for the mommas to pour the wine into big gulps and head to the movies. >> reporter: now, kristen, mila and katherine are back. badder than ever. >> put a baby in me. >> reporter: and ready to tackle the holidays. >> sweetie, we don't drink the tree water. >> reporter: christmas is the super bowl for prom moms. >> we go against the perfection of the holiday season. >> who at is it? >> my mother is coming for christmas. >> and through throw in the wrer mothers are coming to mom. we're not just stressed moms, but we're rebellious teenagers.
>> reporter: enter susan sarand sarandon, and christine p baranski. what drew you to this project? >> think did such a great project. it made me laugh out loud. i wasn't expecting that movie to be so racy. >> reporter: absolutely. >> and we all know what christmas is like. the toxic terrain of christmas. it's a wonderful comic place to explore. >> reporter: what are the real-life moms like with their own kids. who would embarrass their kids on the dance floor? >> i consider that my job. >> i'm good at that, too. >> reporter: why? because? >> because you can. and after a while, they dance with you. and that was a big break, too,
when my daughter started dancing with me and not being embarrassed. >> i would like to hit that mark. >> you will. >> reporter: what's the last thing you want viewers to know? >> don't bring your small children. >> reporter: i wouldn't let the original bad moms leave without dishing on what makes their husbands good dads. >> we're lucky in that department. >> it's not like we got lucky. like we got the three men on the planet that want to do housework. i think -- >> well -- >> we understand that you -- if you want something from your partner, you have to say it. >> and find a man who is confident. we're all working full time. and our partners are like, i'm going to be the state-at-home dad version. and you have to find the husband that's like, i'm going to thrive on it. >> if you drop in the word protected at any point during the day, you get five days of heck. crossing the street. are you looking both ways?
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good morning, i'm kerry hall, an update on hurricane irma, now a category 5 hurricane, as it continues to move toward the lesser antilles and the u.s. virgin islands. we will see it making landfall moving over toward the dominican republic and haiti, and eventually toward cuba. it may move closer to south florida over the next few days. as we bring it back home, we're looking at high temperatures in the bay area. for the east bay, expect a high of 90 degrees in antioch. the peninsula reaching into the low 80s in palo alto. san francisco mid-70s today, it's going to be humid. a chance of a shower in the north bay, a high of 84 degrees. santa rosa, expect a high of 83. more updates throughout the morning. i )m - - - -
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