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good morning. three days to go. time running out for hillary clinton and donald trump to make their cases to the american people. clinton using serious star power. ?? >> trump saying he doesn't need the help. he's happy to go it alone. >> i didn't have to bring jlo or jay-z. >> both using different strategies for the campaign trail. grisly find. the police find a body on the property of the man accused of kidnapping and chaining a woman
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could this man now be a serial killer? ready for redemption? >> let's do it. >> for the first time in a decade, mel gibson out with a new movie "hacksaw ridge." and frozen. a new challenge sweeping the internet. high schoolers standing still in hilarious positions. why? the story today, saturday, november 5th, 2016. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today." live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> good morning. welcome to "today" on saturday morning. i'm sheinelle jones alongside stephanie ruhle and dylan dreyer. we should say craig is off for very good reason. >> yes. i woke up to an e-mail that his wife had gone into labor this morning. >> very good reason.
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hard at work. >> did you see the interview with craig and his wife? craig at one point mouthed it. >> we will soon find out. we will get into that and keep you posted if anything happens. let's get into the state of the race with the election now three days away. hillary clinton pulling out all the stops on friday night bringing in beyonce and jay-z in cleveland. she will concentrate on florida and pennsylvania toda meanwhile, donald trump is criscrossing the country. he starts the day in florida and heads to north carolina and colorado and nevada. let's begin with nbc's national correspondent peter alexander in tampa where donald trump will hold a rally this morning. good morning, peter. >> reporter: sheinelle, good morning. we are 72 hours away from the polls opening on election day.
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hillary clinton tries to slam the door on the republican nominee. ? freedom ?? >> reporter: music's queen beyonce with a surprise appearance in ohio. >> look how far we've come from having no voice to okay the brink of making history. >> reporter: alongside husband jay-z. >> with your help, a glass ceiling to crash once and for in cleveland, where she is strong with her base. trump's strategy is different. >> when we win on november 8th, we are going to drain the swamp. >> reporter: a raucous rally in pennsylvania. even taking a track at clinton's star-studded night. >> i didn't have to bring jlo or jay-z.
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touring rural america trying to bring in white working class voters. >> our trump administration will stop the jobs from leaving ohio and america. >> reporter: rally supporters in north carolina could determine his successor criticizing trump's comments and disqualifying. >> imagine in 2008 i had said any of the things >> reporter: misrepresenting his treatment of a protester. >> he spent so much time screaming at the protester and frankly it was a disgrace. >> reporter: in fact, the president protester's right to speak. >> i told you to be focused. you are not focused. >> reporter: the company that owns the "national enquirer" agreed to pay $150,000 to a
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republican nominee. then did not publish it. the wall street journal saying the claim of the affair is totally untrue. so back to the campaign trail. you have hillary clinton trying to bring in the star power. for the clinton campaign, they hope to go forward and motivating voter was a strong ground game operation. in cleveland, a county of 1.3 million where there is one early to get tickets to the jay-z concert, you had to go to the board of elections. the only place to vote early. now clinton will be in cleveland tomorrow with lebron james. >> thank you, peter. let's bring in nbc news editor mark murray.
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we'll go into our battleground and see that hillary clinton has a 274-180 lead over donald trump. donald trump has to be able to get to 270. so how does he be able to do that? first he's got to win all the unsigned, all the toss-up states. you give him fle -- you give him florida, north carolina, ohio, put utah and arizona in his column, throw in new hampshire, what happens, that only puts him votes. so he needs to win something else. and one way, place he can do that is in the midwest. he could try to flip a michigan, say. that puts him above 270 electoral votes. or if he could -- you could give him pennsylvania, that puts him at 283. so he has to be able to tap into hillary clinton's midwest, blue firewall that's going on. for hillary clinton, her goal is to be able just to be able to --
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she wins a north carolina, she's well above 300 electoral votes. that would be a decisive win for her. but say she isn't able to win florida, say she isn't able to win north carolina, she is able to hold on to pennsylvania, what becomes so key is either winning one of new hampshire or one of nevada. the nevada early vote looks very good for hillary clinton so far. that really is the game. and it does show you how many more paths to votes hillary clinton has that donald trump -- donald trump has to do something to shake up the race. that's why he's traveling everywhere across the country to be able to do that. >> thanks, mark murray. to joy reed and sarah isgar flores, former spokeswoman for carly fiorina. good morning. >> good morning. >> three days to go. can you believe it? >> we were commiserating about
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we'll see. both campaigns have new ads. let's talk about it on the other side. take a look. ? the eye of the tiger the fire dancing through the fire ? ? cause i am a champion ? >> the only people brave enough to vote out this corrupt establishment is you, the american people. >> so there you go. let's talk about the message of both of them, that they're driving home in these final joy? >> first of all, the difference in the ads. you know, hillary clinton has the pop culture, the weight of pop culture on her side. when queen bey, when beyonce is out there for you and jay-z, the culture is with you. and you just hear -- you heard katy perry. i think the message from hillary clinton now is to have her base get excited, if you're a young woman, get excited about there being a first woman president. her message right now is uplift, pumping up the base. >> donald? >> donald trump's message essentially is the only way we
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he's still trying to run on rage and run on paranoia. >> donald also got a new messenger -- melania trump was on the trail this week. this is the first time we've seen her give a speech since the convention. the goal, to aconnect with the suburban women voters. did she achieve that goal? >> most of in is baked. we've seen the early numbers coming out about the way we expected. the problem they have is we're seeing what the polls would have women have had a 31-point swing since 2012. they supported mitt romney in 2012. this time they are swinging heavily to hillary clinton. if he can't stem that tide between that and the hispanic vote, women and hispanics are why he's going to lose the race. the early numbers are otherwise in his favor, frankly, far more than we would have expected based on her vaunted ground game. it is not turning out how she thought. without women and hispanics, since the swing in 2012, i don't
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like nevada and florida become must wins. >> i want to see on melania, joy, one of melania's main messages that she would want to address if trump is elected is cyber-bullying. many say her husband could be coined the commander in chief of the twitter beatdowns. >> yes. ending -- >> i would say so. >> absolutely. ending cyberbully starts at home. and i think sarah makes a good point. this is woman reporter and had the crowd turn on her. it's ironic they would put her out that way. i don't understand why they did it and why were they in philadelphia when they're going to lose? i don't get it. >> hillary clinton's been going to michigan, a state she should
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if they're worried about michigan, that should make everyone a little bit worried on the democratic team. >> trump talks about the clinton team being investigated -- >> they're scare tactics. >> republicans are saying it. i think one of the things that's dangerous for democracy, honestly, whatever side you fall on, is thi criminalizing politics. republicans have been clear that they plan that paralyze a clinton administration with investigations. now have a politicized fbi. this is not something to cheer because a politicized law enforcement apparatus in d.c. could be turned on anyone. republicans televising they're not accepting the results of the election and to work with the new president, they plan to paralyze her with investigations
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months of her administration. it's outrageous. >> on the flip side, we know that the emails on anthony weiner's laptop aren't all duplicates. we know that qatar gave a million dollars to the foundation she never disclosed. this is all hillary's problem. she's the one who chose not to disclose all these things, wanted to be evasive. and -- >> so wouldn't it, qatar, the country in the middle east, gave a million dollars to the clinton foundation which was to the state department which she said she would do. >> that's right. this fills her narrative -- >> the fact that we're doing this three days -- >> three days. >> don't wait another day -- >> don't wasn't indicate. you can continue this in your living rooms like everybody else. >> watch "a.m. joy" this morning on msnbc starting at 10:00 a.m. eastern. and nbc news is the place to be on election night.
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eastern on tuesday. now to a horrifying case in south carolina where police discovered a body in the same area where authorities say a missing woman was held captive for months. nbc's gabe gutierrez has more from south carolina. >> reporter: good morning. this is the fence the in property where deputies say it happened. the sheriff investigating when this could be the work of a serial killer. the suspect so far is kidnapping, but prosecutors say more charges are likely. this morning, the search resumes for more potential victims on a sprawling compound in south carolina after another chilling discovery. >> we did find a body in a shallow grave on this piece of property. >> reporter: it came after sheriff's deputies first found kayla brown alive. she'd been missing since august along with her boyfriend,
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chained by her neck and ankle in a padlocked metal storage container. a representative for her family said they were asking for privacy. >> this is orific and unimage -- horrific and unimaginable. >> reporter: the owner of the property has been charged with kidnapping. he's a realtor and registered sex offender. prosecutors expect more charges after brown told investigators this -- >> she witnessed the defendant shoot st. charles david >> reporter: brown believes there are at least four bodies buried on the property. so far, the one found friday has not been identified. >> it's too unreal for your brain to comprehend. >> reporter: mckenzie durham has known carver since they were teenagers. >> something out of a horror film. not something you expect to hear about in real life. >> reporter: a neighbor says he kept to himself and installed this fence and would spend several hours dale oh the
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>> unusual to have a fenced in 95 acres in a property like this. >> reporter: investigators say they ended up honing in on the property by tracking kayla brown's cell phone. the search continues, and investigators are looking into when the suspect could be tied to other missing persons cases in the area. chanel? >> thank you. also in south carolina, tensions ran high inside a courtroom where a trial. accused of murder in the shooting death of a black man that was all captured on camera. the victim was shot while he was running away. the jury hearing on friday from the eyewitness who took that video. here's nbc with more. >> reporter: raw emotion in a south carolina courtroom as the mother of walter scott recalled her final phone call with her
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excruciating pain. a couple of times. >> reporter: scott was shot and killed by then-north charleston police officer michael slager in april of 2015 after scott ran during a traffic stop. a jury of 11 white men and women and one black man is tasked with deciding if slager is guilty of murder or if he acted in self-defense. >> when walter scott ran and resisted, he should have been prosecuted for it. he shouldn't have been killed for it. >> he didn't he physically and forcefully resisted to the extent that they were both fighting on the ground. >> reporter: the jury saw cell phone video showing slager drawing his gun as scott runs away from him. slager then fires eight shots, five of them hitting scott. moments later, slager picks up
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drop it next to scott's body. the video was filmed by fayton santana. >> didn't want to be involved. at the same time, my morals and values didn't allow me to do that. because it was an injustice, what i saw. >> reporter: scott's death was one in a sears of violent confrontations between law enforcement and african-american citizens, fueling protests against perceived police bias across the country. scott's family continues to ask pray that justice will do their job. at the end hopefully we will get justice. >> reporter: slager faces 30 years in life if convicted. nbc news. now to a dramatic ruling in the case against "rolling stone" magazine. a judge fining "rolling stone," its publisher, and a reporter liable for defamation relating to a 2014 article alleging a
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virginia campus. anne thompson has more. >> reporter: nicole arama left court vindicated. a federal jury fining "rolling stone," its publisher and reporter acted with malice, defaming aramo in its discredited story of rain on campus, but the supposed gang rain of a woman identified only -- rape of a woman identified only as jackie. aramo claimed it protecting the university's reputation than helping jackie. >> it feels good to have a jury of nicole's peers come back and vindicate what we have known from day one. >> not one more. >> reporter: the 2014 article sparked a national discussion on college sexual assault. reporter sabrina ruben-erdley promoted the story "morning joe." >> she eventually took the report to the administration,
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>> reporter: "rolling stone" retracted the story in april, 2015, after news organizations and police found no evidence to back up the accusations. despite the article's many flaws, the conversation continues today with a national campaign to stop sexual assault on campus. >> it's on us, all of us. >> to stop sexual assault. >> reporter:" rolling stone" wrote "we deeply regret the missteps and sincerely apologize to anyone hurt by them, inclg aramo seeks $7.5 million in financial damages that are still to be determined. for "today," anne thompson, nbc news, new york. a major blow to new jersey governor chris christie. one of donald trump's most important surrogates. two former top aides to the governor were convicted of conspiracy and fraud friday in the so-called bridgegate scandal. the charges stem from a scheme to cause massive traffic jams, allegedly for political
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denied any knowledge of the scheme, was supposed to campaign for trump today. those plans were canceled after the verdict. two workers are recovering from a nightmarish accident inside a water tower. they were working inside the tower in pontiac, michigan, friday, when they became trapped rescuers don't know if they fell or the scaffolding collapsed. it took nearly an hour to free the trapped men. a fire official is quoted as saying the pair were in bad shape, but there's no official word on their medical condition. a once it, a boy and girl, born in shanghai a month ago, were reunited for the first time friday. zoo officials separated them because the panda mother would naturally choose the stronger cub over the weaker. the mom fed the boy. in a successful experiment, zookeepers fed the girl. after five days, they switched the babies. now yu-yu takes care of both while brother and sister get to know each mother their panda
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pretty cute. >> oh. aw, your aw story of the day. dylan? we had nasty storms move through parts of texas yesterday. look at what we saw in el paso. major hail, the size of dimes to the size of baseballs. that's what caused most of the damage in that area. also led to some of the flooding that we saw, too, as it clogged the storm drains. there were also tornado warnings in that area. but it was really the hail that caused most of the concern yesterday. we should start to see some improvements, th t and not really expecting a big threat of we're weather. look at the jet stream now. this is very unusual for a november pattern. all the way up into canada which means we're looking at much above normal temperatures by as much as 20 to 25 degrees. omaha, nebraska, 72 degrees. fargo, north dakota, 67 degrees. chicago, 68, that's 18 degrees above average. as we go into tomorrow, we're looking at temperatures topping out in the upper 60s and lower 70s.
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above average. into the beginning of next week, temperatures on the warm side. this could be a trend all week until we maybe get into a pattern change next week. that's the weather across the country. here's a peek out your window. and that's your lat >> there's your latestes foreca. >> thank you. still to come, our look back at the stories that had everyone talking including harry connick jr.'s take on making medical terms sound sexy. plus, guess who made a playground appearance one day when ben affleck and his son
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first, this is "today" here on nbc. don. you will be royally impressed. but first this is "today" on
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never been so easy. open uber or lyft on your phone, order a car on demand, and within minutes, you're off. but across the country, a growing number of fake drivers are rolling up to scam you by price gouging, even robbing customers at airports, hotels, bars, even your home. >> it was just before 6:00 a.m. >> reporter: in chicago, katherine believed she was almost scammed when she ordered an, better at her house for a free ride to the airport. sitting idle in the middle of the street right in front of our home. all i said was, good morning, it's me. he said, oh, go ahead and get on in. so i -- i got in his car. i realized as i was looking at my phone, this is not my uber. >> reporter: she said she quickly got out and spotted her real uber two cars away. she called 911.
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>> reporter: uber confirmed the car was not theirs. uber said there have been over 2,300 illegal trips happening each week to jfk and laguardia airports alone, with uber using fake signs to lure people into their car. >> it's tremendously scary. we know from individual complaints we've got where people are -- they feel locked in the car. one incident where someone was taken to an atm and the driver demanded that they get more cash because he raised the price. >> repor t bureau says rogue drivers often prey on people who appear stressed, tired, or distracted. >> you might let your guard down and fail to check the license plate, fail to check that it's the model vehicle that you should be expected. >> reporter: uber and lyft along with safety advocates say to always use the minneapolis to request a ride and never accepts rides from drivers in person. match the license plate number with the number on your app. ask your driver who he or she is picking up before getting in.
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the back seat. >> look out for yourself. you have to have your own back.
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i'm tom o'halleran, and i approve this messsage. paul babeu oversaw a place of horrors students were denied basic human rights and were subject to sexual abuse. arizona deserves better. arizona's largest newspapers endorse tom o'halleran for congress. "the republic" says, "elect tom o'halleran. his words match his work." and "the daily star" said, "o'halleran puts the common good above party politics.
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>> chicago is exploding with
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hillary clinton and donald trump turning up the heat. >> battered by donald trump's criticism about her later e-mail issue. >> what is in the e-mails is absolutely devastating. >> hillary clinton now looking to get back on offense taking aim at trump's coziness with russia. >> donald trump should immediately disclose all of his ties and connections to the kremlin and its associates. >> a rare flash of anger from clinton. >> i amic negative, divisive and dangerous decision and behavior of people who support donald trump. >> and a moment of restraint from trump. >> stay on point, donald. and tragedy. >> and officers canvassed the iowa neighborhood where two of their own were ambushed.
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>> they were sitting in their car. >> police identified 46-year-old scott michael greene as the suspect. a star-studded night at the country music wards. many surprises. perhaps beyonce sharing the stage with the dixie chicks. and dolly parton honored with the willie nelson achievement award. >> i would have cried, lashes. >> and harry connick shared a moment. >> we did this thing where we played doctors on television. we tried to make medical terms sound sexy. >> ice cream headache. >> you got the next one, man. >> oral cavity. >> i got this one. i like to back it up all the time.
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the "today" team dressed up as the '90s iconic figures. >> i'm regis. >> and i'm >> it's a puffy shirt. >> well done, everybody. >> that was fun. >> i can't believe halloween was this past week. >> i don't think it was only dolly parton and beyonce as super hot music stars. so is dylan. baby spice. >> that dum-dum was bigger than your head. >> i had fun with long hair. >> tamron was julia roberts. >> she is julia roberts and in the department store where her money is no good. al brings her over to baby spice's room. >> of course that would happen. >> of course that happens. and i gave her clothes to walk
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>> should say mistake. big mistake. >> it was my british accent. >> go ahead. >> how about walking over to the screen? >> i'll walk backwards. >> it was good. >> my husband and dog never want to hear me speak in a british accent. i prak tigs -- i practiced a lot to bosco. let's focus on the weather in the northwest. rain falling from portland to all of the rain we have been seeing with the series of storms onshore has helped with the drought situation. especially in the sierra nevada with lots of snow. we had several inches of rain. it is reducing the drought. it is still dry, but every bit counts. we will see improvements tomorrow. today is 2 to 3 inches of rain in crescent city, california. we could see 3 to 4 inches of rain. it is not a nice start to the weekend, but finishes off better
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elsewhere, a couple of pockets of heavy storms. el paso with isolated storms today. look at the northern plains and upper midwest. above normal temperatures. 20 to 25 degrees above normal. that's the look at the weather across the country. now here's a peek out your window. normal. that's the look at the weather across the country. now here's a peek out your window. and that's your latest forecast. >> thank you, baby spice. all right.
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>> we'll work on it. still to come, is there a difference on getting drunk on beer, wine or tequila? >> i say absolutely. >> we have that coming up. >> for others, it is a great one. and getting your house ready for the winter. george oliphant has tips to save you money and keep you warm.
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>> it makes a huge difference. >> very easy to install. double sided tape. put it around the window. take a hair dryer. it makes a huge difference in keeping the winter weather at bay. in the summer and spring, you want to have a clear sheer on here. filter the light and let in the warm air. in the winter, you want a heavier curtain. >> i never thought about chan t >> and people love to change the look of the rooms. go out and buy curtains. maybe not for every room in the house. >> all the money you save, use that for the curtains. >> you say you will be inside. let's brighten up the says. >> and lots of blankets. you are sleeping in the winter and it is too hot or cold. if you have more layers, you can stay warm.
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it is cold outside. snuggle up. >> welcome to another part of the house. front door. a lot of people worry about that? >> you want to get something to keep the wind and cold air from coming in. we have a few different ones. this one here has a double sided tape. you don't need screws. >> that was my concern. >> stick it on the bottom. this slide here keeps the cold air at bay. if you are screw it in. you can throw it down. >> does it help? >> anything you do to keep the cold air from coming in from the cracks. you can do something like this. this is a weatherizer. you have chaulk. if you have cold air coming from the casing. if you are by the front door and
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>> we have gone out the door. we are now outside. >> dylan made a good point. too bad our gutters are not right here to reach across. >> how nice would that be? it is important that you clear the gutters before the weather gets bad. i recommend using gloves. who knows what is in there. pine needles. >> it makes a difference? >> it makes a huge difference. they clog up the spout and you have ice damning. the water damage in the roof and house. clear your gutters. if you don't do it yourself, hire somebody. it is important. >> before we run out of time. is this snow? >> this is snow. a few things. you want a good shovel. this is the standard weekend warrior shovel. plastic shovel. for you who want to get industrial, they will do a lot.
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ice melt down. if dylan says bad weather is coming in. put it down. >> we always run out. >> people want it to be plant and pet friendly. >> and in ten seconds. >> we have markers so the guy who is doing the snow plower, they are not marking the driveway or stairs. >> that's a good point. >> they cannot see where the block is or the stoop. something is there. they are not holiday decorations. >> george, thank you. good stuff. coming up next, we are getting an
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we're back on this saturday morning with the reminder to fall back before you go to bed. you get the extra hour of sleep. this is the our producers put together a quiz to see how much we know about this time of year. ready? in the u.s., daylight saving time ended on the first sunday in november since 1978. true or false. >> i think the november thing is newer. it used to be october. >> did we all say false? in the u.s., it ends on the first sunday in november since
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boom. >> didn't i say that? >> daylight saving time can affect birth order for twins. i have never heard of that. >> that's a good question. >> i was taking the test in my head. it is true. if the younger twin is born after 2:00 a.m., on paper, the younger twi older. this happened to a north carolina woman in 2007. that is very confusing. >> since this a television show, i'll share the question with you. tomorrow, daylight saving time, not savings time, begins at 2:00 a.m. >> doesn't it end at 2:00 a.m.? it's ending. >> false. >> oh, i wanted all the girls to get it right.
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time. the beginning was march 13th. >> and candy companies lobby for daylight saving time to be moved to november for children to trick-or-treat for a longer period of time. increasing the demand for halloween candy. >> i'll say false. >> i meant true. >> it is true. according to some reports in 1986, candy retailers pushed it to p >> how interesting is that? >> i didn't know the candy companies were that powerful. change the time for the entire united states except for small areas. >> there you go. >> still to come, the music creator from "hamilton" and his friends. but first this is "today" on
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good morning. three days to go. this is the last weekend before the election and it's coming down to the wire for hillary clinton and donald trump. clinton on friday, enlisting jay-z and beyonce to help get out the vote. ? okay, ladies, now let's keep in formation ? >> trump brushing aside clinton's use of celebrities at her rallies. >> i didn't have to bring j.lo or jay-z. the only way she gets anybody. >> both campaigns using very different strategies in these final days. we're live. ready for redemption? after a ten-year directing hiatus, mel gibson is back with a new movie, "hacksaw ridge." >> we've got company!
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controversies? and frozen. a hilarious new craze now sweeping the internet. high schoolers standing in place in funny positions. we have the story behind the new movement, today, saturday, november 5th, 2016. ?? big hello to canada! >> i'm running the maratho this. >> it's my 16th birthday today. >> happy birthday! >> today's my 50th birthday. >> it's only taken me 35 years, but i'm finally on the "today" show. >> hi, grammy, i'm on tv! >> a lot of love around here today. good morning. welcome back to "today" on this saturday morning. >> it is a crisp fall morning. and check out that crowd, a fantastic crowd outside on our plaza. we're going to head over there in just a few minutes to say hi to them.
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outside. >> it is. the cool weather's back. >> it is that time of year, of course. we begin this hour with the race for the white house. with just three days now until this country elects its next president, hillary clinton campaigns in two states today, but donald trump will cross the country, making stops at four different states. we have it all covered this morning. let's begin with nbc national correspondent, peter alexander. he's covering the trump campaign from tampa. peter, good morning. >> reporter: hey, sheinelle, good morning to you. donald trump will be just a couple of hours from now. he's trying t one democratic-leaning state in these final hours before america votes, focusing on that populist message, saying that he'll bring back manufacturing jobs and protecting residents from what he describes as dangerous undocumented immigrants. he's also unfazed about hillary clinton's campaign star power. >> i didn't have to bring j.lo or jay-z. the only way she gets anybody.
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we'll stop the jobs from leaving ohio and from leaving america. >> reporter: in these final 72 hours, donald trump is going to make ten stops in eight states from nevada to wisconsin, a state that has voted democratic every year since 1984. the real goal, the strategy is a rural once, in parts, to try to boost white working class turnout, to makeup -- to offset some of his weaknesses with suburban republicans. and sheinelle, we have now learned that on the his final stop at a rally in new hampshire, the state that helped him notch up his first primary win. >> that's true. all right, peter, thank you. and hillary clinton will also begin her day in the state of florida, after bringing out some major star power last night with beyonce and jay-z. today, katy perry will be joining clinton in philadelphia. i have a feeling they're going to roar. and nbc's kasie hunt is in miami this morning with more. kasie, good morning. i want to point out cher is going to be out there for
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that's another superstar. >> reporter: she's hitting all age groups with this star power, steph. she's starting here in miami, before -- after she got here late last night, that concert in cleveland drew over 10,000 people. it featured jay-z and a special guest. >> look how far we've come from having no voice to being on the brink of making ceiling to crack once and for all! >> reporter: beyonce, of course, jay-z, chance the rapper, all aimed at trying to win over minority voters and millennials. she's pitching a lot of those same voters in this final weekend campaign sprint. she heads from here in miami to philadelphia, tonight, where she has a concert with katy perry,
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with lebron james. of course, cleveland star, especially among the african-american community there. she's trying to recreate the kind of excitement that president obama had in 2012, in the final weeks of the campaign, when tens of thousands of people were showing up to his rallies. her events have been smaller. and polls show that voters are not quite as enthusiastic in voting for her. so that's the main challenge in these final days. her best chance, final rally planned for philadelphia whereby she, her husband, the former president, bill clinton, will appear with both obamas. the president and the first lady. >> the president, the first lady, queen bee, king james. she is definitely bringing out the star power. thanks, kasie. >> quite the lineup. the election is mobilizing one small group of voters like never before. our militias throughout the country are preparing for possible civil unrest following
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nbc's gabe gutierrez spent some time with one group in georgia said it's not looking for trouble, but it will be ready, just in case. >> reporter: deep in rural georgia, chris hill is on a mission. practicing tactical drills with members of the georgia security force, a militia that wants to defend individual rights against what it sees as an overreaching federal government. >> this is where the camaraderie and the fellowship happens. >> reporter: for its members, the stakes during thi could not be higher. >> hillary clinton's corruption, her anti-second amendment agenda, all the baggage that comes along with it. >> reporter: and donald trump's message of a corrupt system has resonated. do you think it's rigged? >> yes, sir. >> reporter: why is that? >> i think starting with the press, the press, they're slanted. >> they feel that hillary clinton, if elected, would take away their guns. >> she's a hypocrite, you know? she says things, denies them later.
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members to monitor polling places for fraud. armed paramilitary groups first got traction in the early '90s, with high-profile clashes in ruby ridge, idaho, and waco, texas. their numbers dropped after the oklahoma city bombing, but they've been on the rise since president obama took office. the southern poverty law center, which tracks extremist groups, estimates there were 276 active militias last year, up from 42 in 2008. >> the primary motivation behind paranoia. >> reporter: but daniel potts doesn't see it that way. this isn't just a hobby for you? this is a passion. >> this is my life. >> reporter: he and his fellow militiamen are worried about a trump loss. >> it does concern me. we don't know if we'll have to stand up and start fighting from all the training that we do or if everything is going to stay neutral and we just stay on red alert. >> reporter: they stress they are not advocating violence, but they say they'll be prepared for
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news, jackson, georgia. a search is on today for more victims who may be buried on a south carolina property. kala brown was found there this week after being held for months, chained in a storage container. on friday, a body was found in a shallow grave on the grounds owned by todd kohlhepp. police think there could be as many as four bodies buried on the property. kohlhepp has been charged with kidnapping. a possible new legal precedent as a former playboy charged for body shaming. 2015 playmate of the year, danny mathers, has been charged with misdemeanor invasion of privacy for taking a picture, this is the picture, of a 70-year-old woman undressed at the gym, and then posting it on snapchat. mathers' lawyer says the former playmate never tried to violate any laws. a section of philadelphia is cleaning up and repairing this morning after a destructive water main break. water gushed out of a 48-inch
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flooding businesses. it is the third major break in this location since 2014. by the way, the average water main in philadelphia is 67 years old. some date back to the 1800s. and a great honor for eight world war ii veterans. they are the proud recipients of the french legion of honor today. more than 70 years after the u.s. troops helped liberty nazi-occupied france, the french consul general based in atlanta bestowed his nation's highest honor on the men, french, will never forget what you did to restore our freedom. >> beautiful. dylan is now out in the plaza, with another check on the weather. hey, dylan! it's a little cold out there, but i know you're warming it up with friends. >> we certainly are. and we're all nice and bundled up. we need to explain this sign a little bit more. where are your kids right now? >> my kids are on their way to chicago right now. so they couldn't come out here to watch me run the marathon. >> i thought they were sleeping in and forcing you to be out
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>> yes. >> well, good luck tomorrow. lots of folks running the marathon tomorrow, and the weather does look perfect. we should see sunshine, temperatures in the 50s. we'll show you that in just a second. but look at the weather across the country, besides some showers in the northwest, some rain down near new mexico, there's not really a whole lot going on. temperatures will be well above average across the plains and the upper midwest by 15 to 20 degrees. a little cooler in the northeast, but that's what the runners want, right? here is your new york city marathon forecast. 52 at 9:00 a.m. 56 at noon. that's good, right? for runners? and also, we're taking a look at election day, on tuesday, we are looking at pretty decent weather, across most of the country, too. look at the temps across the northeast, nice and mild, in the 60s. a spot shower maybe in cleveland. we could see some stronger storms and maybe some heavier rain down across the gulf coast, but not all that widespread. and out west, things are looking nice and quiet. temperatures should be well above average out that way, too. that's a look at the weather across the country. now here's a peek out your window. now here's a peek out yo
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and that's forecast. guys. >> thanks, dylan. still to come, look at these images. what is happening here and why are all of these high school students stopping in their tracks? the answer in trending. and in pop start, prince (announcer vo) when you have type 2 diabetes, there's a moment of truth. and now with victoza? a better moment of proof. victoza? lowers my a1c and blood sugar
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have this massive bowl of kit kats on the desk. >> i didn't notice. >> this is my favorite. the internet and my newest obsession. the mannequin challenge. high schoolers are tweeting videos of themselves and classmates frozen in mid action. in the hallway, in the parking lot. most set maybe you can. even comedian kevin hart got in on the fun. check him out at the gym. how cool is that? i love it. oh, you guys. i like it. >> it is tough to be in that position. >> i think the mannequin
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i don't think craig melvin is doing it today. probably not. now to a debate over a different type of drunk. some people wonder if whiskey can turn you angry or can tequila lead to bad decisions? according to "new york magazine" the answer is actually no. here's the thing. the article says how you feel while drunk is a product of the mood you are in when you started drinking plus the social at the bar, you are ready for a crazy night before you started drinking. or if you are sipping wine at home, you are in a mood for a mellow night to begin with. >> can alcohol change your behavior? >> i disagree whole heartedly. tequila drunk never ends up a good drunk. >> or ends up an awesome one. >> my husband can drink whiskey, no problem. beer makes him drunk.
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p.m. if you are over 21. finally a reason to break into the kit kats. a kansas state student says he noticed one missing from his car after he left it unlocked. he was gone for 15 minutes. when he got back, he found this note. "a kit kat in your car cup holder and the car door was unlocked." i took thet i'm sorry. when hershey found out, the company sent the student 6,500 kit kats which were put into his car. >> amazing. >> i'm happy. for the record i wasn't the first person to put a kit kat in my mouth. for my family at home who says i'm the first one to eat. >> you are right. next to the kit kat, she has a
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>> we are kicking off with "saturday night live" news. dave chappelle will host next saturday, november 12th. this is the first time the comedian has ever hosted the show. the musical guest is the tribe called quest. and benedict cumberbatch will be hosting tonight with solange knowles. and kelly clarkson is taking on one of the hottest musicals. take a listen. ?? you would like it uptown ? ? working beyond ?? >> sound familiar? the reimagined song from "hamilton." this kelly clarkson mix is a first of the few songs from the "hamilton" mixed tape. it features songs from "hamilton" from other artists.
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on the graham norton show, he said he recently had a play date with his kids in london. he did not realize his kids were among royalty. some people around him had ear pieces and did not realize why. >> i thought kid-nasium is tight. and i was the last person in there for sure to realize that the the kids were in there playing. my son was in there playing. >> i love it. things you never hear them say. >> that is what you want to hear. dylan, thank you. still to come, mel gibson's movie is in theaters, but will the actor and director's checkered past prevent people from seeing it?
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look at that crowd. still to come on "today," a little expert help. our friend dylan here as she gets ready to welcome her baby boy into the world. and i'll introduce you to the young foodies who really know their way around the kitchen. and we will go live to citifield in queens for the balloons thanksgiving day parade. but first these messages. ? ? one day a rider made a decision. the decision to ride on and save money. he decided to save money by switching his motorcycle insurance to geico.
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?? we are back on this saturday morning, november 5th, 2016, and look where we are. thrilled to be outside with this incredible crowd on this >> craig isn't with us this morning, and we are sending him a lot of love right now. his wife, lindsay, went into labor overnight and of course, we are eagerly awaiting word of baby melvin. >> he'll tell us, first, right? >> did you put your guess in? i said boy. >> i'm going to guess girl. >> she might know, because this woman knows a lot about babies. >> no, i don't know anything. >> later on "today," any parent knows bringing home that first baby can be overwhelming and confusing. and our dylan, she's in the same
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to help her get everything ready. >> then we'll introduce you to some pretty amazing kids, who aren't doing typical after-school activities. they're budding chefs. and let me tell you, what they're cooking up is delicious. and speaking of delicious, a little bit later, we're featuring the beloved carrot for sweet and savory dishes to make your thanksgiving table even more special. >> let's just have fun in the kitchen and play with the food. let's begin this half hour with mel gibson back in the spotlight, for the first time in a long time. he has a new movie and many are enough to put gibson's past controversies behind him. nbc's steve patterson has more. >> jump on it! >> you're kidding? >> no, i'm going to drag you. >> forgiveness under fire. >> let's do it. now in theaters, the world war ii epic, "hacksaw ridge," a return to the director's chair for hollywood star, mel gibson. the movie tells the true story of corporal desmond t. dost, a
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received a medal of honor, never once carrying a gun. >> private dost does not believe in violence. >> reporter: dost is played by actor andrew garfield and the film is winning acclaim, even material oscar buzz. >> people are saying this is mel gibson's big comeback. >> reporter: but will it be? the release comes ten years after gibson went from hollywood star to pariah. during a drunk driving arrest, he told an officer, quote, expletive jews, the jews are responsible for all the wars in the world. are you a years later, the trouble was on tape, when his then-girlfriend publicly raised violent verbal tirades to radaronline. >> public and it's an embarrassment to me, and if you get raped by a pack of [ bleep ] in italy, it's your fault. >> i don't think it will ever fully go away. and the question is, whether it has waned enough that people will go see a movie they're interested in, even if it's directed by someone who had this public scandal.
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the movie, despite mel's mouth. >> it's mel gibson, you know what i mean? i think that's what everybody hates about what happens so much, is that mel gibson took our mel gibson away. like, how dare you! >> there's so many people that are involved in the making of a movie, beyond just the one man who happens to get it funded. >> now audiences will decide if desmond dost's story of battle field atonement is worthy of mel gibson's reduction. >> help me get one more. >> reporter: for today, steve patterson, nbc news, hollywood. >> that movie looks pretty amazing. >> i've heard a lot of good reviews from it. a check of the weather. >> it's a perfect fall day. warm into the upper 50s today. tomorrow will be in the mid- to upper 50s to in the northeast. but much of the country enjoying some much-above normal temperatures. 15 to 20 degrees above average for parts of the dakotas, into minnesota, into wisconsin. we will see locally heavy storms, especially through parts of the southwest and into texas later on this afternoon.
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nothing too severe expected. we could see some minor hail, but really, it's just these scattered heavier downpours that you'll see. in the northwest, still some rain, but it should taper off by sunday and the warmth continues through the northern plains and the midwest tomorrow. that's a look at the weather across the country, now here's a peek out your window. weather o now here is a peek out your window. >> and i love this time of year, because we've got a special treat for you this morning, a sneak peek at some of the newest macy's thanksgiving day parade balloons. amy cuil is the executive producer of the parade. amy, good morning! >> reporter: good morning,
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i'm bummed i'm not there watching the balloons fill up. it's one of my favorite things. but talk to us about -- >> i know, you were with us last year, too. >> i know! and it's a little bit warmer this morning than it was last year. but tell us about some of the new big maroons that we can see in the parade this year. >> well, it's our 90th anniversary, and we've got three giant balloons making their debut this year. we've got charlie brown coming back for the second time. the first time we had him was back in 2002. we've got greg heply is with us. this is also his second balloon, but he's in full color this time. the previous time, he was in black and white. and if we're talking about color, we've got the trolls. it's actually four balloons in one. we've never done that before. >> i feel like every year, you guys do something you've never done before. and since this is your 90th anniversary, what other special things do you have planned for the parade? >> well, on the balloon side, we're bringing back a balloon that first flew in 1927.
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character balloon that we've had in the macy's thanksgiving day parade, but back then, we didn't use helium. back then, balloons came down the street on polls. and we're going to recreate that, just like it was 1927. and this year, we've got some new technology, as well. we've got a balloon called tricksy, who has accordion legs. so as the parade goes on and we celebrate an anniversary, we design new things. so a new balloon, a gorgeous dog, and we're trixie. but it is our 90th. assist very, very big celebration for us. there's lots of new stuff. if you're tuning into the parade, you're going to see a glorious opening with the muppets. we have incredible talent and the parade will end with none other than tony bennett. >> that's fantastic an nice mix of new and old technology. amy, thanks so much for giving us a little preview thrk. and of course, you can watch the parade right here on nbc, live on thanksgiving morning starting at 9:00 eastern. >> so excited for that!
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have your long list of questions, as a first-time mom. but first, these messages. i know you're my financial advisor, but are you gonna bring up that stock again? well you need to think about selling some of it. my dad gave me those shares, you know. he ran that company. i get it. but you know i think you own too much. gotta manage your risk. and you've gotta switch to decaf. an honest opinion, even if you disagree. it's how edward jones makes sense of investing. if you want to carmax will give you seven days to consider their offer. why seven days? science. join me as we walk through the seven stages of decisioning. 1. consideration. 2. questioning. 3. deciding. 4. queso. 5. nap. 6. sudoku. 7. tambourine practice.
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morning with our series "expecting today." dylan is six weeks away from meeting her new baby boy. we have all been there before. there is so much to get ready for. >> we are so excited. my husband and i cannot wait. so many other first time moms and dads are left feeling overwhelmed. not knowing anything about what is to come. we called in an expert to help me and other moms to get me i'm so happy you're here. >> i'm glad to be here. >> nice to meet you. come on in. >> so first things first. before the baby ever uses the nursery, when do i know it's time to even go to the hospital? >> anytime you are feeling a weird symptom or something different, i recommend calling the doctor. the four things to keep in mind. contractions. your water breaks.
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number four, if you don't feel the baby moving as you normally do. that is the time to call the doctor. >> i know i'm well taken care of in the hospital, but i'm nervous for the first moments at home. do you have a list of tips that every parent should know? >> the first thing is trust your instincts. everybody who say parent was a new parent at one time. you trust your gut. you will be fine. so you need to partner with a pediatrician that you know you can trust. do your homework. speak to your friends with children. you can interview the pediatrician. there is so much information out there. you want to make sure the information you are following has been well researched. i recommend starting with the pediatrician and see if the web site has useful links. ask what they recommend. >> i have a lot of flyers and pamphlets for the classes i should take leading up to giving
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>> so you will soon learn that parenting is not one size fits all. some families feel comforted by taking a lot of classes. the one class which is important is a cpr class. any care giver should be trained in baby cpr. if you have an emergency at home, that is when you need to know what to do before help arrives. my sage advice is to just relax and have fun and enjoy the experience. having been doing it for 14 years and the more you live in the moment and try not to worry and trust, the more wonderful the experience will be for you. >> so good to hear you say that. >> and those questions don't come close to all of the questions i had for dr. levine.
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involved? you can get more from >> they are fair questions. >> you look around the room with a lot of crew behind the scenes. i used to walk down the street and see the people. i thought somebody gave birth to them and they are here. they are walking around. i felt like you are capable. >> that is what dr. levine was saying. something clicks in. i hope so. my husband and i are the youngest of we were not hands on with our nieces and nephews. >> and they love dylan. >> you created this baby. the one other thing in the house is you are the boss. not the baby. you are the boss. >> that's a good point. >> no worries. >> akuna matada. >> i love that.
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coming up next, a new generation cooking up meals you would not believe. but first this is "today" on nbc. paul babeu is abusive. physical and sexual abuse at a boarding school. woman: a school that used to be run by pinal county sheriff paul babeu. disturbing. man: babeu's school was unlicensed, abusive, and dangerous. woman: paul babeu exposed in a damning home video.
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when you think top chef names like mario batalli or bobby flay comes to mind. it turns out a growing trend of a new generation to get their kids. >> when i was a kid, i made peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. wait until you meet these kids giving adult top chefs a run for their money. >> all over social media, these kids are into food. take the kitchen twins.
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>> thank you. >> press the on button. >> reporter: they showed me how it started in their kitchen. thanks to their parents, we have branding and product distribution. >> it is really fun because you get to eat the food. that's very important. >> you feel good about what you are eating. i think it is the generations are cooking more. >> reporter: check out 16-year-old kid chef eliana. we caught up with her in her hometown at the popular new orleans jazz and heritage festival. folks gathered to try her cuisine. >> oh, she makes simple dish us because it is kid chef. no, i have three cookbooks and a radio show.
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>> reporter: with mom by her side, eliana is building her brand at the farmer's market and all the way to national cooking competition. >> you are a chopped grand champion. >> i think my overall mission is to inspire kids and families to get into the kitchen together and create meals together. food is more than chicken nuggets and french fries. i want kids to be culinary explorers. >> reporter: and 13-year-old isaiah hooks. he started his own home catering company. >> it is bringing joy to my face. >> reporter: how do you say people describe your food? >> they describe it international mash up. that is basically i like to take different cuisines and mash it together. >> reporter: his mom is the
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appreciation dinner. >> it has a kick. >> i was thinking catering turns up the volume. it is not easy to cook for a lot of people. this grabs my attention. what is this? >> stuffed puff pastries. >> oh, man. this could be dinner. >> reporter: isaiah's food was a hit. four talented kids making their watch out, grown ups, they could teach us a thing or two. >> let me tell you, the food was good. >> the pastry chef. >> i got the idea through my daughter. cupcakes and all that. all these kids cooking. it is a trend. >> when i watch chopped for kids, it gives me low self esteem. i have to get on it. >> let your kids cook.
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we are back on a saturday morning with "today food." all star thanksgiving. we prepare chef dishes to create a feast. we have sweet and savory r with carrots. we have elizabeth chambers. welcome. >> thank you. >> the carrots. the thanksgiving treat. i want to go to you, second, elizabeth. >> okay. >> we're going to go savory carrots first. >> this is very simple dish. the great thing is we are using carrots. the greens and carrots and
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and salt. put it in the oven for 25 minutes. we will make a glaze with juice. that glaze will coat the carrot. we will make a chimichuri. >> we will share this mike with you. it is hard to hear you. we put glaze on the carrots. >> for 25 minutes. >> all right. i want you to walk through this again. you use the >> even the green. we are making a chimichuri. we will add olive oil and vinegar and garlic. we will puree that until it is smooth. >> what is that? >> rice wine vinegar. >> are you washing this? >> yes. wash them and nice and dry and put garlic and the blend. >> we have the rice wine.
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spoon a little bit over. grab the granola. >> granola feels like a breakfast item. >> it is. it adds crunch. a great thing about this. you get the savory carrots with the glaze and chimichuri has acid. it is delicious. >> there's a kick. >> honey and cinnamon and spice. >> cumen? >> yes. >> this is really good. >> i'm a i love carrots. >> dylan is almost done. i have to get to dessert. >> done. >> elizabeth. >> i hope you saved room. >> for cupcakes. always. >> like eddie, we start with dry ingredients. we have flour and salt and baking soda and cinnamon. it would not be carrot cake without that. i will put you to work. dry first.
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oil and sugar. >> here we go. this is a family recipe. >> wet, wet, wet. dry first. >> oh, man. >> dry first. wet second. this is the family recipe. my mom's carrot cake. >> did you just kick me out of the family? >> no. we will teach you. >> all right. >> so this is like my mom always made our carrot cake growing up. my husband's groom cake at our wedding. he didn't choose. get him started early. >> you mix it up. >> now we combine the dry with the wet. you don't have to do that. this is what makes this carrot cake good. some carrot cake has a spice or little carrots. this has all the good stuff. crushed pineapple. raisins and coconut and walnut. it comes together perfectly.
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>> thank you. this is the batter. it is a bit wet. it is loose. it freaks people out. this is how it should look. scoop it in. we have cream cheese frosting. we do a buttermilk glaze on top. >> these walnuts. why have walnuts when you can have gold walnuts. >> it is nice for the holidays. it makes everything fancy. >> and beautiful. >> it too sweet. >> i'm glad you like it. >> delicious. >> carrots on thanksgiving. >> family, friends, wow. absolutely love it. thank you both. if you want all of recipes, you can get them at i'm going to eat. these ladies are done for this saturday morning. >> a big shoutout to joelle.
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good luck, joelle.
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welcome to 12 today on this saturday. today was the first time when i walked in, it was actually really chilly outside. >> i know that's the sad thing we can now say there's a little bit of a chill in the air. >> but that's sad. >> but people make fun of us though especially back east a lot of people, it was cool. yesterday it was even 79 degrees for a high temperature, and look outside right now, absolutely gorgeous, 62 degrees right now in downtown phoenix,


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