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see you monday! good morning. breaking overnight. violence at the trump protest. gunfire rings out at a demonstration in portland, oregon. one pern demonstrators take to the streets from coast to coast. new york, miami, l.a. even iowa and missouri. about face? after vowing to get rid of obamacare during the campaign, the president-elect may keep some parts of the plan. is it a final victory for president obama and what does it mean for you? and shakeup. chris christie out as the head
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running the team. the president-elect will decide who will help run the government. >> it is a matter of loyalty of who he feels do that job. >> what will a trump presidency look like and will he keep his promises? we will get into all of it today, saturday, november 12th, 2016. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" live from studio 1a in good morning. welcome to "today" on saturday morning. i'm sheinelle jones along with dylan dreyer and stephanie ruhle along with jose? >> good morning. >> there is a reason jose is here. craig and his wife had a beautiful baby girl exactly one week ago today. look at that family.
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really well. jose discovered something this morning. he said i think dylan might be pregnant. >> she is? i didn't want to say in case she wasn't. >> that big muffin for breakfast. >> i did not want to embarrass her if she is not. >> congratulations to you and craig and his family. let's get to the breaking news. anti-trump protests breaking out for a third straight night in cities and states across the count president-elect's plans for transition team and future. nbc's katy tur has the latest. >> reporter: overnight, anti-trump protests across the nation. in portland, oregon, police in riot gear confronted an angry crowd. one person shot and wounded at the march. it is unclear if the shooting is related to the protest. angry crowds also taking to the streets of new york, atlanta and l.a.
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causeway. stopping traffic. demonstrators took to the streets of iowa, colorado and tennessee as well. but none of it is stopping the flurry of activity in trump tower. >> what is on the agenda? >> transition. >> reporter: step one, what is a trump administration and what does it look like? >> we feel who can do the job. >> reporter: trump's team announcing mike pence is embattled new jersey governor chris christie. he stays on as vice chairman along with rudy giuliani. don jr. and eric and ivanka and jared kuschner named to the transition team. >> it suggests there is not a
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the chief of staff. the person in charge of running the white house and the path between the west wing and capitol hill. >> they will tell the president what he needs to know. not what he necessarily wants to know. >> reporter: president-elect donald trump making washington republicans nervous. saying he wants to keep some provisions of obamacare although he campaigned to get rid of it. >> are you going to make sure the people with pre-existing conditions are still covered? >> yes, because it happens to be one of the strongest parents for an extended period. >> reporter: trump said during the thursday oval office meeting, president obama asked him to reconsider his opposition. the challenge facing mr. trump figuring out what a replacement plan would look like. and with little or no government experience, the next three months and potentially the next four years are trial by fire. >> that was katy tur reporting.
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in brooklyn friday night and thanked volunteers and staff for their efforts. >> let's bring in robert costa, our nbc political news analyst. robert, good morning. >> good morning. great to join you. >> thank you. repeal obamacare was the dogmatic applause line. is it now repeal and replace or is it return to some aspects of it? >> the president-elect is facing the reality of chambers of congress. he has to recognize and his aides say this morning that some of the provisions in the affordable care act are popular and they may be tough to totally repeal. now the challenge is finding a replacement that leaves some provisions in. >> so it is not necessarily changing what was a dogmatic piece of his campaign? >> it will be wholesale reform.
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are eager to tear up much of the obama agenda. the question is how far does that go and when you are dealing with a narrow majority in the senate, you may not be able to do everything republicans want. >> robert, let's talk about changes inside the camp on friday. vice president-elect replaing christie. what does it saybo on role? >> he is the liaison between the white house and west wing. it shows that governor christie, while a confidant to the president-elect has been hobbled by scandal and has not worked well with jared kuschner. his father charles was prosecuted by christie. >> and talk about kuschner.
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don jr. account for a fourth of the executive committee? this is a role for them going forward? >> the trump family is very close and this is going to be much like we saw with president carter in the '70s and bobby kennedy with john kennedy. the family will have a role. it is unusual for families to be part of the government. this is why the transition process raised will also bring along the family because he runs a family enterprise. >> robert, what does it say about the fact is what matters is what is loyal to him. they are looking for people who are loyal to trump versus people who could, i don't know, have an incredible role in the administration? >> he's a total outsider in american politics.
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during the republican nomination process. at the early stage of the transition, he is looking to loyalists. he doesn't know the town. we have seen this in the past with presidents were populous and outsiders coming in to the white house. you have a lot of resumes floating through trump tower. people who opposed him before say they want to help make this work. >> robert costa, thank you. >> thank you. now to an buildings vandalized and bullied and many are fearful in the wake of the decisive campaign. nbc's sarah dallof has more. >> reporter: this morning, officials across the nation are looking into a rash of alleged hate crimes and incidents of hate speech and bullying in the wake of the presidential election. graffiti and threats surfacing across the country.
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>> we are worried about the next four years. >> reporter: the building in los angeles vandalized. in virginia, this statue tagged. and in new york, three students were suspended after chanting white power in the school's hallway. in royal oak, michigan, this caught on camera chanting build the wall. online, expressions of fear with one woman tweeting my 8-year-old sister just told me to be muslim. that broke my heart. >> it's really ugly out there. >> reporter: the southern poverty law center has tracked an unusual spike. more than 200 hate crimes since the election. >> people walk around with fear in their hearts. they look at their neighbors not as their friends, but with suspension when things like this happen. it is not good for us. >> reporter: many are speaking
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human decency. it doesn't matter which candidate you support. >> reporter: some including this trump supporter calling for direct action from the president-elect, who this week pledged to be a leader for all americans. >> i would like to see him come forward in the next 24 to 48 hours without a doubt and put people at ease. >> reporter: for "today" sarah dallof, nbc news. overseas, a the largest u.s. base in afghanistan. four people were killed in a suicide bombing at the bagram airfield. a dozen others were wounded when the bomber detonated a suicide vest as people were gathering for a fun run. the taliban claimed responsibility. let's turn to the other front on the war on terror. president-elect trump said wiping out isis is one of his priorities when he takes office
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group is stockpiling chemical weapons as it tries to hold off advancement of the iraqi army in mosul. matt bradley is in mosul this morning. matt, good morning. >> reporter: thanks, jose. news of the election has been dominating the headlines. an hour's drive away from where i am now, a massive battle. the decisive fight again today, iraqi forces pushing closer to the city of mosul. isis fighters dug in, willing to do anything to protect their turf. these civilians near mosul inhaled toxic gas after set fire to a factory late last month killing four people and injuring hundreds. and on friday, the united nations said isis is stockpiling chemical weapons.
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it's also president-elect trump's deadliest global challenge. he says the current administration hasn't done enough and he wants to wipe isis off the map. the militants will use the cruel methods to survive. leaving burns on people and scars on the earth. isis uses people as human shields. they open fire on fleeing people. this researcher for human rights watch. >> i think we need toe weapons by the islamic state as a serious risk. >> reporter: it has been a month since the battle started and isis is losing. crimes like these won't help them keep mosul, but it is a stench of a reminder that civilians face the worst of the war. and jose, war crimes are not just a concern for isis.
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civilians have been killed in two years of bombing in iraq and syria. that's just based on initial investigations. it is something that donald trump will have to keep in mind if he is hoping to ramp up the battle. >> matt bradley, thank you. to paris now. this weekend is a somber anniversary. it was one year ago tomorrow that the capital city came under attack. 130 people killed in all. 89 of them at music venue bataclan. tonight, sting will perform as the bataclan opens for the first time. nbc's bill neely is in paris. >> reporter: good morning, stephanie. on this weekend a year ago, paris was in total shock after a dreadful series of massacres. the worst here at the bataclan concert hall. today, it is reborn with a sell-out concert in a city filled with memories.
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remember the worst terror attack in french history. this is where the suicide attacks began a year ago. the deadliest was at the bataclan. 89 gunned down at an american rock band concert. tonight, the bataclan reopens. headline act? sting. he spoke about it friday on "today." >> we will honor the people who lost their lives and celebrate that wonderfulis and bring it back to life. >> reporter: the emotion is still raw here. the memories fresh. >> for me, it is every day. i remember. >> you think of it every day? >> yes. i never forget. >> reporter: they pray, lay flowers, honor each victim and remember. >> i think of the bloodshed here and there's no stains, but the memory of the lives are here. >> reporter: it was a massacre
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americans living nearby. >> the french will not be dominated by fear and they are going to live life and celebrate. >> reporter: at the bataclan, security is a priority in an insecure city. >> the risk of terrorism is everywhere. >> they want us to stop living. we don't want to. >> reporter: the astonishingly, nine of the people injured in the attacks are still in hospital. and sting is performing tonight. tickets sold out in less than 30 minutes. stephanie. >> bill neely, thank you. extraordinary. can you believe one year ago? >> unbelievable. >> so many people forever changed. >> not only there, but here. the young american girl who was
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months ago. they are still in the situation how do we deal with something that people are starting their lives. >> and the fact that the tickets sold out in 30 minutes. some other headlines this morning. protesters out in full force in seoul, south korea. thousands of demonstrators took to the streets in the biggest anti-government protest in decades. protesters demanding the resignation in boise, idaho, police were doing a yard to yard search and one was hit when bullet were flying. wildfires are burning in seven southern states this morning. fueled by dry conditions. the fires have shutdown highways and forced residents to evacuate. many of the blazes are mountain areas making it tough to fight. in alabama, there have been more
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over one month, the governor is offering a reward to anyone who can identify individuals deliberately setting them off. >> dylan. >> some areas in the southeast have not seen rain for 50 days. it is dry. we are talking chilly temperatures. a different air mass out there. freeze warnings and freeze advisories. this effects the plants. it is colder than we experienced lat kentucky and tennessee and into the southeast as well. up through the mid-atlantic. it is 38 degrees in washington. islip, new york, 37. norfolk, 35. in louisville, 37 degrees. it is chilly if you are out and about this morning. dodge city, 27 degrees. wichita, kansas, 32. right at the freezing point. we will see a nice rebound this afternoon. the sun is still fairly strong
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average. kansas city should rebound up to 57. chicago, 53. six degrees above normal. now as we go into tomorrow, we will see temperatures mostly in the 50s and 60s. still not all that bad. boston should rebound to 57 degrees. we have the cooler temperatures today, we are going to see it already start to warmmmmmmmmmmmm >> weather: this is jerry brown here in the news 3 weather center. beautiful day today. increasing clouds. 75 beautiful degrees. even warmer on sunday and monday, and cooler air headed
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and that's your latest forecast. >> thank you, dylan. have you heard about this? a huge crowd is expected tonight for the first mixed martial arts fighting since the sport was legalized in new york this year. the ufc is bringing the biggest names to madison square gardens. nbc's morgan radford has more. >> reporter: good morning, sheinelle. that's righ madison square garden for what is expected to be the biggest fight card in history. tickets tonight are selling for more than $15,000. >> ladies and gentlemen -- >> reporter: it's the tale of the tape. ufc champion conor mcgregor and alvarez and the first ever fight
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the once banned sport coming to madison square garden. bringing in fans and cash. >> new york city is the media mecca of the world. i knew it would be financially a home run. >> reporter: but it wasn't always this way. new york state banned mixed martial arts for 19 years. back when there were only three rules. no biting, no eye gouging and no groin st a letter to the governors of all 50 states asking them to ban the sport. >> i think it is as close to anything i have seen to the days of the gladiators. >> reporter: why do you think new york was rediscent to have you here? >> it was the union issues. >> reporter: new york governor andrew cuomo legalized the sport in april.
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ultimate stars already making headlines. irishman conor mcgregor arriving late to the conference. and stealing the opponent's belt and rushing him on stage. alvarez ready and preparing for victory. >> i can take you where you are weakest. >> i'm the most active champion there is in all weight divisions. >> reporter: the ultimate for the ultimate fight. organizers say they are already set to shatter records for madison square garden bringing in more money and people than the 1999 record held by the fight with holyfield and lewis. >> wow. >> $15,000? i thought she was going to say $1,500. >> the cheapest tickets are going for $800.
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>> while boxing is on the decline, look at this. >> you know -- >> you hear it. you don't see it. >> that's the thing. young people who love it. it is one of those things. people love it. >> dana white. he was a speaker at the republican national convention. i bet you would not guess that. all right. still to come, a different kind of rock star. chris rock, not the comedian, the politician. why the comedian says he might and dave chappelle is now getting set to host "saturday night live" tonight. but first -- >> i could not be more excited. >> i know. huge fan. >> but first this is "today" on nbc. >> you called it.
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what will a trump presidency mean for you? your 401 k? and epic fail. wait until you see what this couple does for family and friends at a reveal party. and we are excited to welcome the arrival of the rockefeller center christmas tree. we will see the tree in all its glory in a bit. but first these messages. wiwill make a splash with the ladies soon. >> anchor: that's life. >> weather: i tell you how about the weather today. 75 degrees. increasing clouds. normal is 68. so well above normal. this trend continues. and really going to be a very nice day. overnight tonight. clouds will be around. and again we should be in 40s. we will be in 50s. so take it. however, normalcy returns by week's end. as you can see.
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>> weather: i am jerry brown and we have a beautiful day sitting up. increasing clouds. temperatures in mid 70s. well above our normal. and how long will it last? well at least through mid week. we will be well into 70s. weeks end temperatures drop
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we are back on this saturday morning, november 12th, 2016. a chilly fall morning in new york city. look at that crowd. that crowd is standing strong outside rockefeller plaza. why? we have a special treat for them. four words. rockefeller center christmas tree. today. coming here. we will get ourselves ready for that truck. here is a look here inside at what is making headlines across the country during anti-trump protests. one protest turned violent when a person shot in portland, oregon. police are looking for the gunman. more than three dozen people were arrested protesting the north dakota pipeline. those face charges for obstruction. the army corps of engineers is expected to make a decision soon on the future of the pipeline.
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her arm. she posted pictures on facebook and said she is frustrated, but hopes to return. and time for a look at "the download." stories that had everyone talking. of course, this week, it was all about the election. >> election night to remember. hillary clinton, the heavy >> let's make history together. >> the atlantic seaboard allowed her to lose ohio, lose iowa and still have various path to 270. >> but then the tide turns. >> trump has done it. florida is trending his way. north carolina trending his way. >> defying the experts. >> donald trump defying the polls and pundits and political class. this time elected president of the united states.
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together as one united people. >> in her concession speech, hillary clinton told devastated supporters americans owe donald trump an open mind and a chance to lead. >> i hope that he will be a successful president for all americans. >> despite bitter rivalry, kind words between promise and president-elect trump at the white house. >> it is important for all of regardless of political preferences, to now come together and work together to deal with the many challenges we face. >> mr. president, it was a great honor being with you. i look forward to being with you many more times in the future. >> promising to shake up washington, what can trump actually achieve? >> one of the first priorities, tearing down obamacare. can he do it? file this under maybe.
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have trouble getting the 60 votes to get to the president's desk, a vote to repeal did make it to president obama earlier this year. also on the agenda, reshaping the supreme court. file this under highly likely. with republicans control in congress, trump's all but assured a more conservative supreme court pick. his border wall? unlikely. the cost is the problem. estimates from $8 billion to $122 billion. >> protesters unhappy with the election results. rallying across the country. >> it started in oakland as a peaceful protest and turned violent. burning flags and vandalizing cars. in san diego, police struggling to keep control. in new york, thousands of
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>> for the comics, it is solid gold. >> if your child asks the ultimate question, why do bad things happen to good people. you finally have the answer. the electoral college. >> this means early next year, trump will move into the white house and become the first president who moves in and hangs up his own portrait. >> based on this pattern of me being wrong on every one of my trump great [ bleep ] president. >> how about that great weather? >> it has been an extraordinary, extraordinary time. >> it feels like a month. >> i am watching that. >> i'm exhausted. >> it was a late night. >> i was just looking at clouds. >> let's look at the weather right now. >> speaking of clouds. >> we could use clouds and rain across the southeast. we were talking about the
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drought. 80% drier than normal in alabama. same in georgia. 51%. it has been bone dry and it has been 54 days since we have seen a drop of rain in birmingham. 26 days in atlanta. charlotte, north carolina, hasn't seen measurable rain since a month ago. we are certainly still dealing with dry conditions and all of those wildfires that have developed are not getting relief from mother nature. the ground is dry. no clouds. temperatures have actually been we have an area of low pressure that will try to move in from the southeast. this unfortunately is beneficial to the southeastern parts of the state. down near charleston, south carolina into savannah, georgia. where we really need it, we will not get a lot of rain. maybe a drop or two. that is not enough to help with the drought. temperatures will start to warm up after rebounding with cool temperatures in the plains and midwest this morning. we should get into the mid to
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>> weather: this is jerry brown here in the news 3 weather center. beautiful day today. increasing clouds. 75 beautiful degrees. even warmer on sunday and monday, and cooler air headed this and that's your latest forecast. >> thank you, dylan. >> coming up next, how a donald trump presidency will effect your bottom line. we will let you know. and cover girl. and cover girl. first lady michelle obama graces impressive linda. it seems age isn't slowing you down. but your immune system weakens as you get older
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hard to get your head around it. he has talked about ripping of trade deals. we are not sure what that means exactly. he means to bring back manufacturing to the united states. get a better deal on the deals we have. we don't know what that means. he also talked about reducing regulation. he wants to cut regulation by 70%. a lot of companies in the 401(k) would benefit from that. oil companies, he wants to bring back coal. hillary clinton wasn't keen on. companies in the coal business will benefit from that. those are the kinds of things you wants to be thinking about if you have those in your portfolio. it is early to tell how it will be effected. i don't know i would do all that much. >> we have to talk about market reaction. the market doesn't local political parties, but hates surprise parties.
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us through the steady climb. >> what happened is the dow futures plummeted the night the election was happening because asian markets were open. people didn't know what was going on. in the eight hours between 1:00 a.m. and 9:30 a.m. when the stock market opened, analysts thought about the coal business and deregulation business and they figured out how that might help stocks. >> infrastructure. >> he will build a wall. he will build all sorts of things. i don't think the wall is infrastructure. caterpillar did well. people said, we could make money off a trump presidency. that is not investors and rich people. that is everybody's 401(k). >> if this is my retirement savings, am i doing something right now, we don't know who he will put in the cabinet. >> i want to put up a chart for the last 100 years.
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recessions or wars, the market tends to go up over the long-term. you see the last blip before the last move up. that is the recession we just went through in 2008 and 2009. so generally speaking, you don't want to make sudden moves. if you decided on the night of the election this is terrible for stocks. the dow will go down 900 points. i'll sell wednesday morning, you would have missed the gains. i say don't touch your(k rebalancing. >> before we go, i have to ask not politics, but what does it mean for me? affordable care act. we thought he would repeal it. maybe that is not the case. he said people with pre-existing conditions will be okay and for many of us who work at companies out there, are health plans available? >> for now, they will be. whatever he does will take months to do. the implementation will take time.
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differently. open enrollment. pretend like it is business at usual. when the changes come, you have the opportunity to change elections for health care. >> all right. ali helping us figure out the finances. i want to send you to jose who has important questions about the president-elect's possible immigration policies. >> thank you, stephanie. this brings a lot of uncertainty with thousands of brought here by their parents. they signed up for the deferred action for children program. it allows them to work and study in the united states without fear of deportation. it is an executive action taken by president obama. something president-elect trump promised to undo once he enters the white house. what can happen to the dreamers? we have a legal analyst with us this morning. amarosa, thank you for being with us.
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according to "the l.a. times," the article could increase deportations by 75% in the first year of his presidency. this could hit the doca young people. what do you tell people? >> correct. first thing is don't panic. a lot of uncertainty in the immigrant community in the united states and fear with the election results. if they have a way of legalizing permanently, it is not a path to citizenship, it is temporary. and bonafide relationship if they marry and they can get a green card. the first is don't panic or go to scammers.
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prey on people and their fear and uncertainty and try to promise something that doesn't exist. go to appropriate counsel. >> many states that have given driver's license have information as does the federal government. that information is very detailed. >> very detailed. my concern is it includes their parents. i did thousands of applications for that and first page of the application for parents names. they have names and information and fingerprints and work history and addresses. it is very concerning. >> when it was started in 2012, there were campaigns that the federal government will get information about your family and it will never been used in any way. is that word being kept?
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gets canceled. that information is in the data banks for immigration. and it could be used and shared with the department of justice. my concern is that the data bank for the department of motor and vehicles in california and i assume in many other states that do allow for driver's license for undocumented, that database is opened to i.c.e. information is there and available for anyone who would want to use it. >> great story on this veterans
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well this here's a load-bearing wall. we'll go ahead and rip that out. that'll cause a lot of problems. hmm. totally unnecessary and it triples the budget. we'll be totally behind schedule, right? (laughs) schedules. schedules. great, okay. wouldn't it be great if everyone said what they meant? the citi? double cash card does. it lets you earn double cash back: 1% when you buy, and 1% as you pay. double means double. the honey in honey nut cheerios likes to take its sweet time. [sighs]
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we are back on saturday morning with the segment our producers like to torture us with. dylan, i'm not good at these. jose, it is called ask an anchor.
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>> i'll take one. >> take one. >> what keeps you up at night? >> oh! >> fearing sleeping through my alarm. i can't sleep at night because i'm so panicked i will miss my alarm. >> that and watching telemundo news. thank you very much. >> what is your best baby advice for dylan? i have two lovely get waterproof mattress covers. >> why? >> just because they will come into your room when they get older and they will leave souvenirs. >> that's hilarious. >> what is the best part about your job? >> oh, that's nice. >> i think no day is the same and meeting people from around the world.
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pleasure. >> is that singular or plural? >> i can go on and on. brownies. i could eat brownies. i put salt on them. so good. >> do we have more time? >> okay. name your favorite place to shop in new york city. i will go the flea markets in chelsea. furniture and funny things. >> hidden talents. i'm a photographer. >> quickly, your favorite tv show. oh, "this is us." >> i watched it last night. >> that's a show? >> yes. >> "this is us?" >> you have to know. >> it's on nbc. >> during the week i'm on telemundo. >> on the weekends, nbc. >> you are in demand. >> out of time. >> quickly? >> what time does your day start? my first alarm at 3:51.
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>> here you go. >> i heard new tv shows on nbc. great. >> heading out to a restaurant this weekend, some top chefs will weigh in on what foods you should never order when you go out to eat, but first this is
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hello. >> >> hi. >> from one of the best moments of the year. the arrival of the rockefeller center christmas tree. dylan is going to help bring it home. >> i can't wait. and later, is robert redford ready to call it quits? what the actor is saying about his future in the business.
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a michigan woman is breathing new life back into the city she loves. nbc's rehema ellis reports a personal tragedy helped her bring hope to those around her.
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of hope in highland park, michigan. a city reinvented one broken house at a time. mama is helping lead the way. >> somebody had to do it. this block was abandoned. >> reporter: her mission began after the loss of her 2-year-old son killed by a sit and run driver in 2007. >> it was the worst day. it was the >> reporter: she transformed her grief into the constructive neighborhood. the city now plagued by drugs and crime. the fire chief says she is turning it around. >> she came around here and spruced this neighborhood up. >> are you independently wealthy? >> i wish. i sold sandwiches for $5. i saved money. >> reporter: determined, she bought an old house for $3,000. moved in and made a plan. >> a lot of work.
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in. enough to buy 11 properties. even ellen degeneres noticed. the difference is startling. this lot before and now. a park in jacobi's name. plans include ball courts and library. and the solar panels te after school. >> i feel special. >> reporter: mama turns flight into beauty.
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>> anchor: good morning. i am kyndell nunley here at news 3. months of training on when and when not to use deadly force paid off for metro officers that safely stopped a gunman on the east side of town. this exclusive cell phone video shows how the officers used a shotgun loaded with bean bags to stop an armed man shooting at a air tank. this happened thursday outside
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and patrick. in the end not a single person was injured. police think shooter was under the influence of drugs or alcohol during the incident. so many s >> weather: i am jerry brown and we have a beautiful day sitting up. increasing clouds. temperatures in mid 70s. well above our normal. and how long will it last? well at least through mid week. we will be well into 70s. weeks end temperatures drop
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we are live with that and trump's transition team. and terrifying moment for a firefighter. it wasn't the fire that posed a problem for the brave responder. wait until you see the moments following the ladder climb. and dave chappelle on "snl." making an appearance after leaving his own show ten years ago. tonight, he says he'll make it for the first ever hosting gig on "saturday night live." >> you sure you >> today, saturday, november 12th, 2016. ?? >> from long island, happy veterans day weekend, new york city. >> happy birthday. >> hi, mom. i'm on the "today" show.
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>> whoo! >> i love that. welcome back to "today" on this beautiful, but chilly saturday morning. >> and time for you to check out what is coming down 49th street. making its way to rockefeller center. that, of course, is the christmas tree and dylan is helping to haul it in. look at her. >> oh, look. there she is. >> it's huge. >> the >> imagine the tree. >> dylan, can you talk to us? >> yeah, can you hear me? can you hear me now? we have to do this a little bit differently this year. this tree is so huge. it is 94-feet tall. we are checking it in all the way from new york which is 170 miles northwest of new york city. this thing is massive. it came from the backyard of a wonderful family.
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and wrapped up nicely on the back of the truck. it's huge. >> it really is. >> i love it. if you ever gotten a chance to see it, it is out of the new york tradition. >> this is quite a treat to see it. >> yeah. >> when those ropes are cut, things will -- >> who knows what will come out of that thing. >> they are pushing people back because they are making a wide turn. the tree is almost here at ro >> thank you, dylan. we will have much more on the tree in the next half hour. let's start with the overnight protests throughout the country. thousands of people taking part in anti-donald trump protests from l.a. to new york. nbc's katy tur is outside trump tower in new york with latest on that and the president-elect's transition team. katy, good morning. >> reporter: sheinelle, good morning. protests around the country last night. some of them turning violent.
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it is unclear if that had anything to do with the demonstrations. day for four the president-elect. he is trying to figure out what sort of president he's going to be. already walking back a key component of the campaign promise that he will immediately repeal and replace obamacare. >> will you make sure that people with pre-existing conditions are still covered? >> yes. it happens to be one of the strongest assets. >> you will keep? >> also with the cre with parents for an extent the period. we will very much try to keep that. >> reporter: here at trump tower, the transition team is drilling down. they need to fill 4,000 positions. 1,000 need senate confirmation. donald trump will be submitted with three to five names of each cabinet positions. he will decide who he wants to surround himself with. now we learned that governor
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from chris christie. this as hillary clinton had her final farewell last night gathering with her staff in brooklyn. guys, back to you. >> katy tur, thank you very much. overseas this morning, the largest u.s. air base in afghanistan has been the target of the terrorist attack. suicide bombing in bagram air base. the taliban has claimed responsibility for the attack which took place as dozens gathered for a and raging wildfires prompted a governor to ask for more information from the public. and one asked for a reward for those who deliberately setting fires in the state. more than 1400 fires in the state of alabama. fires are burning in seven states. the danger of fighting a
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one pompano beach firefighter was pulled from the water when the water pressure was turned up. he lost his footing and toppled about 20 feet to the ground. he was taken to the hospital, but is expected to be okay. and somewhat eerie glitch on facebook. for a short time death notices showed up on people who were not dead. theres were a memorial banner heading the profile page the spokesperson said the bug caused the message to mistakenly post to accounts. it was quickly fixed. i have friends who found out yesterday they were dead. >> it is a good reason to wake up and find a silver lining. >> dylan is off the truck. she is out in the plaza with the crowd with another check on the weather. >> i haven't taken my hat off yet. i'm in the holiday spirit.
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>> orlando. >> what do you have planned in new york? >> everything. >> good way to do it. there's lots of time. let's look at the weather across the western half of the country. temperatures are actually going to be well above average for this time of year. look at the dakotas. 22 degrees above average in bismarck. pierre, 22 degrees above normal. on sunday, it eastward. chicago will be close to 60. st. louis should hit 60. 61 up in fargo. that's 23 degrees above average. going into monday, it moves back into the northeast. it is a chilly start to the day in the northeast and mid-atlantic and parts of the midwest, kentucky and tennessee, it will get mild again by monday >> weather: this is jerry brown here in the news 3 weather center.
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75 beautiful degrees. even warmer on sunday and monday, and cooler air headed thisis w and that's your latest forecast. guys. >> thanks, dyla act of kindness is making a
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ever us. available at kay, jared and zales. we are back on a saturday morning. good way to start your day. we have a great story on the veterans weekend. one man wanted to do something nice for the women who served the country. >> and kerry sanders reports a man who a fishing trip they will never forget. >> reporter: on florida's southwest coast. >> fresh water. >> reporter: two army buddies escaping the memories of repeated deployments to iraq and afghanistan. >> how is this different from the battlefield? >> reporter: right about now, you expected to hear the horrors the sergeant and captain survived in war. this is a story about that other
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the fishing guide whose random act of kindness 11 years ago made news. >> on leave from iraq meet in a bar. sound a little fishy? >> reporter: story goes, captain john wanted to fish just once before going back to iraq. today, 1,215 fishing trips later, he is still at >> amazing. >> reporter: it's not just fishing. he also organized more than 100 free military weddings. coordinated free golf vacations and never solicited donations for his charity. operation open arms. it's why in washington. >> through operation open arms. >> reporter: general mark
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president bush once summoned him for recognition, but surprisingly he could not make it. he already promised a vet they could go fishing. >> he didn't want to break his date with a soldier to have a date with the president of the united states. >> you just do this for? >> because i love my country and i do this because america is the greatest country in the world. >> reporter: country music star and advocate for veterans, adkins. >> i want to go. john owes me a fishing trip. >> reporter: back on the water, captain is doing what he loves. being of service to those who serve. for "today," kerry sanders, nbc news, pine island, florida. >> i love that story.
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they are the people who put the country before themselves. >> and after everything we dealt with this week, a nice way to end the week. >> service defined. just ahead, will the balloons in the box be blue or pink? we'll talk about the mega surprise for this couple during the gender reveal party. and speaking of babies. our own dylan joins a bunch of other first-time moms to see what yoga is all about. >>
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and we're back on a saturday morning. it's time to "trend." >> let's do it. >> it's fun when you say it. >> i'm excited to be here with you guys.
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many titles. first lady, lawyer, mother, writer. now she has one more to add to the list. three-time "vogue" cover girl. she graces the december cover in the white catalina dress. how do you say it? >> carolina herrera. >> inside the magazine, the first lady talks about her legacy and president obama shares his pride. saying he knew his wife would be an incredible first lady adding she is brilliant, funny, generous woman who for whatever reason agreed to marry me. the issue hits news stands on the 22nd. >> they are all over twitter. next up, here is food for thought. the day we compile the list of foods to never order at restaurants. fish lovers be warned.
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from the fish. most restaurants order it on thursdays. if you are not by the coast, avoid seafood. it has a long way to travel before it reaches you. i'm from kansas. i thought it was fine. those who prefer steak well done, consider ordering your steak more rare. according to the article, some chefs say the bad cuts of meat for custors done. if you want the good stuff, order it rare. >> medium rare. >> moooving on. >> i love this one. a gender reveal party gone wrong. joe and lila brought an envelope straight from the doctor's office to the party store.
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the box with pink or blue balloons. they invited family and friends over to watch at they opened to find out what they were having. that's not what happened. check it out. >> oh, my gosh! >> you see the dog? the dog's like i don't know what's goi be pink and blue. >> they are having a boy, by the way. that's funny. >> and you? >> also having a boy. >> popstart? say it ain't so. the sun dance kid saying good-bye to acting. robert redford said he will re
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he described it as a love story who has a second chance in life. the other is a lighter film called "old man and the gun." both due out next year. >> "the natural" is one of my favorite movies of all time. i love robert redford. maybe? he is. moving on to the golden globes. we golden globe. the daughter of the hollywood icon. sylvester stallone must feel three times as proud. for the first time, a trio. scarlet, sophie and simone. the globes air sunday, january 8th on nbc.
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his girls. they are a fun team. and look out kanye. you have competition in 2020. days after donald trump won the 2016 election, chris rock has thrown his hat into the next presidential race. tweeting i'm going to run in 2020. wish me luck. if this is any indication, he has a slogan and portrait. come to think about it, he has political experience, sort of. in the 2003 movie, "head of he was chosen and the candidate. there you go. i love chris rock. >> still to come, some big expectations tonight as dave chappelle makes his long awaited return to tv. and some pretty incredible smells coming from our kitchen. squash for your thanksgiving table. but first these messages.
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>> anchor: good morning. i am kyndell nunley here at news 3. there are some road closures to be aware of starting tomorrow near the strip. the annual rock n' roll marathon kicks off sunday afternoon. more than 45,000 people will run up the strip into downtown las vegas. officials say both sides of the boulevard will be closed starting at 2:00 p.m. several i-15 off-ramps between tropicana and charleston is shut down. event organizer dan cruise
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>> weather: this is jerry brown in the news 3 weather center. gorgeous today. increasing clouds. temperatures in 70s. with light winds. overnight clouds are around but quiet. temperatures hanging in low to mid 50s. our normal low would be in the 40s. and enjoy that. because 40s are on the way. by weeks earned.
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? it's beginning to look a lot like christmas ?? >> we are back this saturday morning, november 12th, 2016. a great crowd on rockefeller plaza. you picked the perfect day to come out because look who we have with us? the rockefeller center christmas tree. >> it is massive. magnificent. i'll give you fun facts. it comes from oniack, new york. year's tree standing at a total of 94-feet. >> like last year, the tree will be topped with the star and have more than 50,000 multicolor l.e.d. lights. >> it came from the backyard of a family's home. they used two cranes to get it out. the 84th rockefeller center christmas tree lighting ceremony takes place on a wednesday night
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watch it here on nbc. >> that will be great. >> look at the size. >> it is wrapped up. wait until you see it opened. >> we have to move. >> when that opens up, you will see what falls out. >> we're not going to -- in the next half hour, we have a lot more. comedian dave chappelle has a large job tonight. hosting "saturday night live" after shying way from cameras. and doctors say getting exse important. i am giving pre-natal yoga a try. and we have two chefs cooking up side dishes for your thanksgiving table. we will show you what it takes to cook and use butternut squash and all kinds of ways. >> you are a fan? >> i love butternut squash. >> do your neighbors come over for thanksgiving? >> maybe.
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going on across the country. today, not a lot to talk about. scattered showers from the pacific northwest into northwestern california. that will move into the rockies. not a lot of rain expected. temperatures through the rockies and into the western plains will be very mild and above average. northern plains running 20 to 25 degrees above normal. in the northeast, it is chilly. some of the coolest air we have seen this morning. temperatures in the 30s and lower 40s. only warm into the upper 40s and on sunday, temperatures rebound back into the upper 50s and low 60s. through the northeast, we have a disturbance to produce rain in south carolina. not where we need it. we need it in western parts of the state and alabama and northwestern georgia. >> weather: this is jerry brown here in the news 3 weather center. beautiful day today. increasing clouds.
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monday, and cooler air headed this way and that's your latest forecast. >> thank you, dylan. now to dave chappelle's big night ahead. he cameras for the first time since he left the show abruptly ten years ago. steve patterson has more. >> reporter: it is finally here. a moment more than a decade in the making. >> it's "saturday night live." >> reporter: comedian dave chappelle hosts for the first time. a long awaited appearance after leaving the spotlight.
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resurgence. >> reporter: the comeback story many say could not happen at a better time. >> he is still relevant. there is still an audience. >> why don't you purify yourself in the waters of lake minnetonka. >> reporter: he released his sketch comedy on the masses years ago. his hit series "chappelle show" was unlike anything we have seen before or since. millions, hilarious. blending satire and fighting social commentary to create some of the most classic moments in modern tv. >> i'm rick james. enjoy yourself. >> reporter: then in 2005, at the height of his fame and success, he disappeared. walking away from the show in a lucrative contract worth at
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wasn't happy with the show's creative direction. >> i understand he was passionate and how he walked away from it. >> reporter: jamie says he understands. he's known chappelle for decades. >> i started this place over 35 years ago. >> reporter: he is the owner of laugh factory comedy club. the place where young chappelle got his start. >> the reason he is coming back is we need laughter. >> reporter: at the time where divided than ever. >> to bring light around the world. >> reporter: welcome timing for return to form. for "today," steve patterson, nbc news, los angeles. >> you can watch him tonight at 10:30/11:30 on nbc. we all had to guess who we would like to see as host.
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>> i said dave chappelle. >> dave chappelle was more of a long shot. >> we didn't think it would happen. >> dreams come true. >> good job on that one. coming up next, what's good for mom is good for baby as dylan will your business be ready when growth presents itself? american express open cards can help you take on a new job, or fill a big order or expand your office and take on whatever comes next. find out how american express cards and services
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l finished. umm... you wouldn't want your painter to quit part way. i think you missed a spot. so when it comes to pain relievers, why put up with just part of a day? aleve, live whole not part. painter: you want this color over the whole house? welcome back. this morning, in our series "expecting today" getting in shape with a baby on board. dylan is sharing amazing mom-to-be experiences. >> they are all brand new to me. being pregnant is new to me.
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i've been curious about but never tried until now. life as a working mom-to-be is crazy. i thought i would relax and get exercise. i decided to check out yoga. everyone has been telling me about pre-natal yoga. it is the best thing this for you. >> why is that? >> it is connecting the mind and so many changes going on. you are like what's going on and it can be stressful and anxiety producing. yoga helps you embrace it all. >> christine mcgee is a mom of one and expecting twins, knows what she is talking about. she has been teaching yoga for 20 years. >> i have never done yoga before. is it something i could get into
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pregnant? >> you can learn to do it at any stage of pregnancy. so there are easy, gentle exercises you can do at home without a book or dvd that are great for opening up the body. i like this for the shoulders. you touch the palms. >> i'm not flexible. >> that is the thing with yoga. over time, you get more flexible. and sitting,ou >> good for the belly. >> so now it was time for my first class and i got some other moms-to-be to give it a go too. >> lift the arms up. breathe in. breathe out. the second block you can put under your head. does it feel good? >> it feels amazing. >> nice to put hand on the belly and hand on the heart.
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inhale. come up. bring your hands to prayer. bow your head forward. namaste. >> this is great. >> good. you like it. >> it felt nice. >> i'm a woman of many words. >> and moves. >> it was really so much fun. kristen says you don't have to go to a specific cl are expecting and they will modify moves. there are stretches you can do at home without a class. i have been doing. check with your doctor before you embark on any exercise. we need to thank yoga works for letting us use their zen space. >> do you have father/mother yoga? >> i don't know if my husband would be interested. >> you could do yoga with the baby.
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we have more exercise for dylan and the rest of us. coming up, new mom skills to the test with the special baby race obstacle course. >> but first this is "today"
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i'm excited about this. we're back with fun for the birth of dylan's baby boy and we thought it was time to get her ready for a baby crash course. dylan and her husband brian have never touched a diaper before. >> never. >> you will touch diapers for a long, long time. >> i'm when telemundo gets the world cup soon. i hope to be the ref for this event. this is a little challenge. doing everything from getting babies ready and get the whole system going. it's about speed, dexterity and try. try not to drop the babies. >> diaper and onesie? >> yes. i have a carrier and you have to
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>> carrier and feed the baby. >> that's what i said, steph. >> we will put 1:30 on the clock. ladies and gentleman, are we ready? >> yes. >> and ready, set, go! >> okay. >> all right some dropping. >> what do i do? >> it is. it is anatomically correct. >> how do you? >> this i >> it's so cold. >> put the baby on there. >> look at you. >> please. >> look at this. >> you're doing fine. we're going to win this one. >> all right. >> normally there's a move here.
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>> the baby needs a shirt. >> not all babies need shirts at all times. >> bring that back. >> there we go. >> very good. steph, can i help you? >> it's basically on. >> not all babies need to be dressed at all times. they don't. >> i >> steph, this is good. >> here we go. >> i'm with you. are you having three babies? >> okay. two, one. [ blows whistle ] >> it's all over you. you got it over there.
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he can eat later. babies eat all the time. obstacle course. no, no, no, no. you totally blew past the obstacle course. >> look at this. is this your baby here? >> i'm calling child services. >> we have lost control of the "today" show. let's take a look at the final results. this is great. this is fabulous. look at this. >> i did take care of it. >> we are back after these messages. we'll try to reestablish some semblance of order here. i doubt we can, but stay with
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all right. after that workout, we're ready to eat. we are back with the all stars thanksgiving. we are preparing expert chefs to help make your holiday meal the best one yet. we are cooking up butternut squash. we have alejandra with us. i love you have >> a few different takes. >> first of all, what do we have? >> the squash and onions and maple syrup and chipotle. a spicy butternut maple chipotle soup. we are starting with the onions in the pan. little bit of garlic.
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it will go in the blender later. the chipotle peppers. i do two because i like it spice i. >> have you ever had spicy butternut squash? >> yes. >> cook that up. i have squash. you can buy it chopped. >> does it taste the same? >> totally. if you do it fresh, it nice. >> i buy them already cut up. >> we have your chicken stock. that will cook down. >> i like that. that means it's good? >> great. >> cook them for 20 minutes. get them fork tender. then we have maple syrup. a little heavy cream.
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>> spicy, sweet and creamy. that goes into the blender puree and into the bowl. then garnish with candy pecans. >> what are we making here? >> easy way to cook it. roast it in the oven. foil, salt, pepper, parmesan and nutmeg. this is sage bread crumbs o a little bit of brown butter and vinegar. we come here with the pasta. you can buy at the store or make it yourself. a little pillow is how i like to make them. you are welcome to get in there. >> you obviously? >> yes. >> pull it over. we crimp it. perfect. >> i'm telling you. >> you're good. >> that's good. that's how you know i'm not supposed to be in here. >> you cut it down the center.
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>> how does it taste? >> amazing. pillows from heaven. >> simple. >> it is simple. >> what was in the filling? >> roasted squash, cheese, nutmeg. >> is this easy? >> yes. it is a simple and very, very >> i love the fact you both have squash with totally different tastes. >> date vinegar. a little bit of brown butter. one of my favorites. and sage. >> how is the sage on there? >> what is that? >> sage bread crumbs. >> is that crunching thing? >> yes. >> what a different texture. >> i will say for thanksgiving, you get the same old thing.
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alejandro and brian, thank you. you can get the recipe and others by going to our web site at today.com/food. >> all right. are we finished already? >> i can't stop eating. that's it for us. jose, thank you. >> thank you. >> tomorrow on "today" willie brings anna >> anchor: good morning. i am kyndell nunley here at news 3. months of training on when and when not to use deadly force paid off for metro officers that safely stopped a gunman on the east side of town. this exclusive cell phone video
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shotgun loaded with bean bags to stop an armed man shooting at a air tank. this happened thursday outside of a busy gas station on pecos and patrick. in the end not a single person was injured. police think shooter was under the influence of drugs or alcohol during the incident. so many s >> weather: i am jerry brown and we have a beautiful day sitting up. increasing clouds. temperatures in mid 70s. well above our normal.
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