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this is life-threatening. >> more than a photo op ?? good morning and welcome to sunday today on this labor day weekend. i'm willie geist. watching wild weather and an even latest vield presidential campaign. and later.
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kisinski. then the world at our fingertips. olivia stern takes us inside the on demand economy. >> can you believe that you would were able to outsource your entire dinner party? >> no. and i'm kind of scared that i know that now. >> plus on the texas tine, finding new life in tiny houses. >> a tiny house, a tiny dog a tiny car. >> i want to live small. so might as well do it all the way around. >> another great group semi softball this morning. first some headlines. hermine expected to gain strength again as it rolls into its new surrounds. tammy, what's the latest?
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lot of wind and an angry ocean attempt waves are getting big we are a very strong current. hermine is considered a posttropical storm off the coast of virginia and maryland about 250 east of ocean city. hermine doesn't look like a closs cal tropical storm because she has no eye. here in seaside heights prep is under way for the storm. homeowners protecting their home everything. down south in norfolk that community was hit yesterday. about 50,000 people without power in virginia. hermine is expected to stall over the coast and we're cold could reach hurricane strength again. but the key thing is hermine is
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where i am here on the jersey shore we're expecting some weather later on this afternoon. >> hope everyone is safe in a great beach town where a lot of us new jersey kids went after our prom. a 5.6 magnitude quake shook minnesota. officials ordered dozens of waste water wells to shut down. connected to fracking. mother theresa is now pope theresa of the calcutta. mother theresa won the nobel peace prize for her work with the poor in india. she died in 1997. >> the cert search called off this morning.
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you have a search because of the extremely dangerous conditions faced by the rescue teams. hillary clinton and donald trump are taking a brief break before the presidential race turns for home after labor day weekend. on saturday trump visited a black church in detroit in effort to reach out to african american voters among whom he trails badly. reading from prepared texts, the country needs a civil rights agenda for our time, one that good jobs. >> san francisco 49ers quarterback colin kaern will continue to explain his recent protests at the church service today. his refusal to stand for the national anthems had set off a fire storm. but the police chief is assuring the public the stadium will be safe after some threats.
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game on friday night. check out this picture timed perfectly in texas. connor curry apparently getting pass protection from a ghost. capturing this news when a linemen's helmet came loose from floated there eerily in midair. . paul is the founder and ceo of iava. paul served himself in the united states army as first lieutenant and platoon leader in iraq. >> good morning. >> and symone. pretty good praise right there.
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great to have you here. first of all we made it to labor day 2016. i want to congratulate everybody. ted cruz got in march 30, 2015. and now here we are turning for home. so pat on the back. let's start with donald trump's potential outreach to minorities. a black church yesterday in detroit. as the trip down to mexico. to met with president there. and came back to phoenix. and many noted the contrast in the tone of those two events. >> we did discuss the wall. we didn't discuss payment of the wall that. will be for a later date. >> we will built a great wall along the southern board.
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are -- >> so adrian, diplomat by day in mexico. fire brand in phoenix. did he do anything to help himself this week among latino voters. >> i think what you saw a lot of his pangic advisors say you saw maybe a compassionate speech and maybe a new trump. and what he did in phoenix was a hardline immigration telling his hispanic advisor, i'm open to a way, let's think of a way that undocumented immigrants can stay here. trump said the same himself. and then 11 days later he's giving this fiery speech in phoenix that supporters love. and i was there on the ground and they were really excited he
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>> and late outreach to african american voters like in detroit yesterday. feel likes too little too late to a lot of people. >> i definitely think it is too little too late. and donald trump was at church yesterday and also in philadelphia on friday meeting with african american leaders and what not. that was a closed press thing. it's good to go do this outreach. but we're 60 days anel communities 60 days br election day. and we haven't heard any policies outside this hardline immigration thing for donald trump. so i think folks are looking for some remedies for this rhetoric and his rhetoric is still very divisive. it is still very demeaning. and i don't think the outreach
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republicans. >> with all that donald trump has said. look at some of the numbers. hillary clinton is probably looking at the electoral map but polling looks to have tightened up and part of that is to stories like this. 47 page report from the fbi detailing the investigation into hero home brewed server. she said she didn't understand that c marks meant classified. she used 13 hammer. and never sought approval for private e-mail server despite obligation do so. that is why her honest and trustworthy numbers are right where donald trump's are. >> and thinker both incredibly unpopular. they are going for the middle. trying to get people undecided. and trying to get people who are independent and trying to take from each other's sides where they can. this issue continues to dog
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big reason why her poll numbers continue to suffer. most americans are sick of the whole process. many just want it to be over but they continue to be focused on these. >> you had some critiques about hillary clinton and honesty and trustworthiness. do you still feel that way. >> i think it's clear that i think there are clearly of americans that don't think -- have feelings about secretary clinton but i do think that they dislike donald trump more. and that is what we're currently seeing. and i really think this is going to end upcoming down to who a s going to be a great commander in chief. who is going to lead. who is going to stand up there and when the rubber meets the road advocate for --
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we're with a new poll every day. how close is is it? how far apart? >> i think trump had maybe two or three of his worst weeks after the convention and clinton got to about the seven to nine point lead and now it's tightened again. maybe like 4, 5 points. i think a lot of fundamentals haven't changed. trump still has to connect with some voters beyond his base. his base loves and he really has to expand in some of those -- you see some of these polls in michigan, where there are republican voters that are affluent. they don't really like him. >> and even among white voters. college educated. a group that republicans typically win. paul, commander in chief forum. your group, iava helping to put
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matt lauer hosting. what do you want to hear from donald trump and hillary clinton? >> why they think they should be commander in chief. this is historic event. we had this concept years ago and we're thrilled they are going to be abc and nbc are going to be our partnerpartners. on the intend in new york. the and how are you going to reform the va. tackle suicide. take care of women veterans. these are the issues that haven't been tackled in front of the campaign. at least for one hour. >> and you were the first person the get those two in the same place at one time on an aircraft carrier. >> i do want to talk about the colin kaepernick.
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anthem. a photograph this week came out of him in practice wearing socks with pig as cops. >> i believe that protest is part of the american fabric. we got this country via protest. so i rey don't think -- there are few things more american than protest and colin kaepernick has the right to protest. i might not have worn the sock it is av because i also have lots of family members and friends that are police officers. but there is a segment of officers in this country that are not. we can't deny that black and brown people have been disproportionately killed in police custody. so i think that is what this is about. and it's concerning to me that folks have come out and they have had issues with colin kaepernick because i wonder if
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protesting abortion rights or something of that nature. >> a lot to with the tactics. i fought for his right do this. and most veterans feel the same way. by protesting during the national anthem you have entirely distracted from your message. there are a lot of ways to get attention. he could have made this message a lot more effectively. i coach football. you are on the field in front of millions. you don't have to sit there in front of millions to. >> and thursday was a salute to service night. and that was an added thing for the service. >> the muhammad alis of the world. we remember them as soft and cuddly. but a lot of times protest goes
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lunchroom, travis noticed one boy sitting alone. travis asked if he could join the boy. he pulled up a seat. and it a a slice of piazza with an 11-year-old boy with autism. it will not soon be forgotten. this is one day i didn't have to worry lunch alone, as he sat across from someone who had human eyes. i could go on and on and on and about how great that story is. they invite him to the game. give out the cell phone number. and do you know what his mom said? the rest of the week, he was surrounded by girls at the table. the coolest guy at school. >> hope he comes back.
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>> all right. and immigration was the topic of the week in the presidential campaign and marco gutierrez, founder of the group latinos for trump had a dire warning for trump. >> my culture is a very dominating culture and imposing and causing problems. and if you don't do something about it you are going to have taco trucks every going to add that to her campaign platform. >> most people ask, is that a threat or a promise? our next goes the spanish soccer team in tokyo against japan. but the japanese kids are devastated and sobbing.
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celebration short to pick up their opponents. lot of hugs. face slaps and hey, look at me. it's just a game guys. well done boys. i love these moments. it's great. our next low. don't speak too soon. star swimmer, and retail gas station swimmer ryan ever be caught if that situation again. thanks to this new product. >> we all like to have fun but a good idea to stay safe. i don't go go anywhere without robo cop. all you do is pull the pin and it releases a startling alarm that can get you out of a bad situation. >> remember lochte was dropped
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other endorsements after that incident in rio last month? >> our our high goes to the moves of the chris christie attending bruce springsteen cons ert concert this week. he's got the moves man. the governor his son andrew. posted video with the caption chris christie knows all the words. >> well if you go to 141 shows you are going to know all the words. >> [ chatter ] our final low, really not the way you want to start the football season. the team ready to charge out of
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? ? television history, the first ever lip sync battle. the brain child of krasinski, it's one of the many projects john krasinski has going now but over a decade ago, the struggling actor was this close to giving up on the dream and going home to massachusetts when
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film about family called the hollers. we caught up with the bartender on the day of the movie's release. >> this is how you pour a beer. take the class, spin it, tilt it like so. where is the hard stuff? butt, slide it into a -- >> we're good. >> thanks. >> thank you, cheers. >> how many bar tending jobs? >> nine. got fired from nine. >> how do you get nine? >> i'd like to say it was me turning to the manager and saying i have an audition, he said don't come back but i think i was bad. i did get fired from a lot of places but with heart. people got me. >> they didn't see your genius. >> jim thinks he can eat six saltines in under a minute without water. >> i know i can eat six saltines in under a minute without water. >> how is it going, john? >> dwight?
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john krasinski sometime after his story as a bartender came to an end. he played a paper salesman on "the office". >> marijuana is a memory loss drug, so maybe you just don't remember. >> that's not how it works. >> how do you know how it works? >> knock it off. i'm interviewing you. >> no, you said i would be conducting the interview when i walk in here. now exactly how much pot did you speak? >> jim was known for looks to camera and his crush on pam, the "the office" was the break that set his career. >> we owe everything to the fans. our show was going to be cancelled and itunes came out and they were buying a show for $1.99. they bought a show they could see for free. >> this is not funny. this is totally unprofessional. >> you're the one. >> that's the reason why we stayed on, and then we caught
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every time someone comes up to me and says it is a bummer you'll only be known as jim? being known as jim is an honor. >> in the last year alon krasinski starred in "13 hours" and an amazon series and welcomed his second daughter with wife emily blunt and delivered what you m his third baby. >> ice cream and pretzels. >> how about heart attacks. is that one of her favorite things, too? >> do you have a problem with me. >> krasinski is the producer, star about a struggling artist and father to be who comes home after his mother got sick. >> you've been working on this for years and years and years and put your own money into it and directed, produced, starred. how do you feel today.
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when everything is dramatic out there already, it's nice to tell stories as simple and strong as family. i come from a very loving, tight-knit family, which is not this family, and yet at the end of the script i said that's my family. >> so he set out to assemble his movie family starting with a familiar face. >> i feel great. >> the first call i made was to margaret martin dale. if she didn't do it, i wouldn't have done it. >> here is one piece of you found it. >> what are we looking at here? >> a marshall's commercial from maybe 17 years ago, and it's a woman i was sitting to was margaret martindale. >> and the story is she turned to you -- >> she said i don't have any money but if i did, i'd bet it on you. >> terrified. >> when you put this movie
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starting a family of your own. >> yes. >> you just had a little girl. >> just had a little girl, hazel. >> did that change the way you looked at this story? >> it only changed everything. so yes, i did understand my character's sort of plot a little better being the guy on the doorstep or being a father. i understood my parents better immediately and even more thankful for having a loving relationship with my brothers and you think about the bigger idea of who has beene you and where you're headed. >> so i didn't realize going back a little bit in your career, how close you were to getting out of the business to not doing it. >> yeah. >> in fact, like a week away, maybe from getting out of the business. >> yes. >> before "the office" comes up. >> yeah. >> where were you at that point in your life and career. >> i went to this college and there was a great college in water ford, connecticut. i went in there wanting to be an english teacher and i said i'll
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this you have to make one promise n two and a half, three years and if you don't feel like there is a bite, if there is not a nibble, you have to make me a promise you'll pull out because you can't ask her to give up on her son's dreams which is a great, supportive way. two and a half three years later, i said you're right. i'm going to pull out. she said it's september, three weeks later booked "the office." i'm living a lottery ticket life. "13 hours" was a massive transformation not only physically but for my career because people were able to say, yeah, let's see hill in something else and they allowed me to do it. >> this is jack silva. >> when that script came to you, what were you thinking? you knew there would be a political reaction to the movie. >> the only thing you can do is what does it feel like to you?
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i come from a huge military family. i thought this is a perfect opportunity to show what it really takes to be a man or woman serving for us. >> so tell me what your lovely life emily thought about the physical transformation. >> she's been in shape for movies like this and she's generally always in shape in a frustrating way. >> so she inspired you a bit. >> my wife is my hero in every single way, truly every single day i'm blown away by her so i'm always looking to her for inspiration. >> you had amazing mentors directing this movie, you were able to talk to people like george clooney. >> the thing i learned most is how to maintain a level of class and respect on a movie set like it would be in a classroom or workplace. it has got to be we're humans and do something. there is never a moment we're not family. >> another connection you had was to robin williams.
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>> who talked you through your career. >> he took me aside and said i think you'll be in this business awhile. don't ever forget the responsibility you have to be the better person than everybody else on this set meaning you have a responsibility to be a leader and to care about this movie and these people for everybody. i have taken it to heart every single day. >> the hollers is in theaters now. as mentioned, john's next big role follows ith alec baldwin and harrison ford as he plays jack ryan in the series for amazon. he's been fired as a bartender nine times. we stepped behind the bar to check the skills and you can see that in the web extras. next on "sunday today," the on demand economy if you ordered a sandwich, shirt or taxi from your hand held device, you're part of the exploding market
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i got my june and july ones, too. pretty booked all the time, seven days a week. >> his schedule booked, his lawn care business booming and his new customers in the suburbs of columbus, ohio, they are streaming in from a novel source, an online platform called next door. >> before i got the app next door i passed out fliers and went door to door. after i went next door, got a lot more customers, making more growing on demand economy that attracts more than 20 million customers spending close to $60 billion a year. customers that aren't just in the big cities. in fact, most of them are in rural areas and suburbs like andrew's while only one-third are in urban areas like san francisco where these days there is an app to order just about
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and she's hosting a wine club dinner completely on demand. how much of this dinner party do you think we can outsource? >> i'd like to outsource everything. is that possible? >> let's try. >> let's try. i'm excited. >> with a host of on demand apps, she flies through the dinner to do list. apartment cleaned, check. the handy app. flowers, table settings taken care of with table and teaspoon, massages, yeah, massages from z. ordering mostly everything on demand has been slowly melted away in this massage. >> that's good. >> but there is more. hair and makeup from beglammed, wine delivery by banquet, food and chef from feastly and finally, evening attire delivered by the cut and stitch fix. >> look great. i love the dress. love the makeup. you look beautiful.
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party? >> no, and i'm kind of scared that i know that now. >> everything at this dinner party, except the charming guests was provided through an on demand app including the refills poured by a tar tender hired through task rabbit. max works 15 hours a week as a tasker. >> i like the flexibility. i'm able to make my own schedule, set my own hours and answer to anyone. >> max is part of 45 million americans powering this economy either performing a service or offering goods. he says his task rabbit work is earn him $1,000 a week. >> do you ever find yourself frustrated with the lack of predictability of the scheduling? >> i do at times when it slows down. it's hard to plan out your week when you don't have a schedule
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plenty of benefits but uncalculate costs. >> what are the consequences of the rise of the on demand economy for the american work force. >> he's a professor. >> fewer people have health care, insurance. fewer people are part of retirement plans and you cannot build an economy founded on a bunch of crummy jobs because you're going to have a crummy society fille >> 67% who worked as independent contractor said they wouldn't choose to do it again but where wages are stagnant, the jobs are filling the gaps. leah is the chairwoman of task rabbit. >> so an average tasker, the way we measure it is that they are paying up to three important bill as month with their task rabbit income. that might mean they are doing a
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just to make their lives better. >> for andrew back in ohio, the on demand economy paid one big bill. >> i'm heading into my sophomore year of college pretty much debt free. feels good. >> olivia sterns reporting. next, the texas town trying to make a come back as the home of tie know houses. harry smith takes us there after this break and your local weather. the things that i consume on a daily basis, a lot of it is very acidic.
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if you have ever been to spur texas you probably were just passing through state highway 70 on your way to
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>> out on the highways of west texas is the town of spur. lately a lot of newcomers and pioneers started rolling in. in from south carolina. >> where can i live legally in a tiny house? spur texas popped up. >> the tiny house capital in 500 bucks. in case you didn't know. the tiny house movement a, is a ming. living small means you can live large. >> and pantries on this side. >> eight to nine inches to spare on either side. >> and folks in spur weren't so sure about it either?
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nudists? an kiss? what are? >> tiny house go for about 30 grand and up. five complete now and they think there could be 20 by the end of the year. >> you're the zoning guy. >> have you ever been this busy sh. sushi she says but she loves living in spur. >> do do you feel like a pioneer? >> yes. >> yes. >> yes. that is what we've been called. the pioneers. we're the new pioneers? >> living in spur for 40 years. >> when this idea that people could put up tiny houses here in spur. what did you think? >> insanity?
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pitch in, you are more than welcome. >> life's like a train. somebody coming in. you're going to be welcome. >> and a college professor plans to teach online from her tiny house. she has no regrets about leaving her old life and big house behind. >> you have a tiny house, a tiny might as well do it it all the way around. >> harry smith reporting from spur texas. this week we highlight another life well lived. the debate began soon after we learned the news of his death this week. which was your favorite gene
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and most famously perhaps the title character in the 1971 classic willy wonka and the chokt factory. >> ? if you want to view paradise ? ? simple look around and view it ? >> and then his run in the movies with the richard pryor. >> that's right. that's right. we bad. >> >> while he was born in milwaukee in 1973, wilder's --. in her honor wilder founded an ovarian cacer detection center. wilder married again in 1991. after 2003 appearance on will
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always do with some predictions for the week ahead. on tuesday members of congress return from their summer recess and back to work after a little time at home in their districts. voting to fund the government pass at the end of the month. funding to fight the zika virus and we predict and hope a fast
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corner by the end of the year. and we predict among the iphone new features will be a pop up reminder that no one cares what your salad looked like at lunch. and the super bowl, cam newton leads the panthers against the defending championship broncos. the broncos appeared to have a named their new starting quarterback this week but now report here exclusively the man under the gun sunday night is busey, gary busey. >> meet the press, chuck todd sits with indiana governor mike pence. thank you for spending your morning with us. enjoy the rest of your labor day
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this sunday, 6 five days to election day and we're no clearer about donald trump and deportation. is he purposely not committing to a policy or does he really not h we didn't discuss payment of the wall. >> this morning i try to pin down dond trump's running mate, mike pence on what is trump presidency would do. >> donald trump has been completely restricted. >> its just more evidence and hillary clinton is the most dishonest candidate. >> my sit down with mike pence, also, you say you want a


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