tv First Look MSNBC November 27, 2015 3:30am-4:01am PST
it's friday, november 27th. right now shoppers online and in stores searching for the biggest and best deals. americans expected to shell out a whoppi a wopping $80 million. donald trump under fire. was he mocking the appearance and disabilities of a new york times reporters. >> now, the poor guy, you got to see this guy. i don't know what i said. i don't remember. he's going i don't remember. maybe that's what i said. >> plus russia's putin agrees to join u.s. military missions against isis. a wild day on the gridiron. adam sandler's fourth update his
song. that and much more starts now. >> good morning. i'm dara brown. it was a frightening thanksgiving at the white house. the lock down there has been lifted. all while the first family was gathering for thanksgiving inside. nbcs kristin welker reports. >> reporter: video captures the chaotic moment while the first family celebrated thanksgiving inside. the jumper identified as joseph draped in an american flag scaled the nearly 8-foot spiked papers clinching papers in his mouth. instagram footage shows tourist scattering. it has happened before but this is the first to make it over the
fence. it's one of the few times in resent history the entire first family was home during a fence jumping incident. >> that was kristin reporting. this morning they honor were noed the 130 dead and hundreds injured in the november 13th attacks. president hollande sat in a chair in front of a crowd that included first responders and victims. the names who died in the terror attacks were read aloud. the leaders agree to intensify against the terror groups.
hollande called it a regrettable and serious incident that stressed the need for better coordination between the nations. the meeting wrapped up hollande's international trip which included meetings for president obama and chancellor. belgium has lowered the security threat for brussels. officials stress they remain on guard but the threat is not as imment as before. nbcs claudia joins us now from belgium with the latest. good morning. >> good morning. the fact that the government has decided to lower the threat to the lowest one notch down which is level three doesn't mean they're lowering their guard. while the threat is not serious
and imminent anymore it's possible and probable. that's why you're going to see hundreds of extra police officers and soldiers that have been deployed here since last saturday still here. touring the streets of br surus especially now since the christmas open house market. you see to the left of your screen they're going to be open today. they will attract 1.5 million people by the end of the year. that's a large crowd which is exactly what the government has told people not to do. that could be a potential target for terrorist. clearly, they feel it is safe enough now to open the masht and they are reassured the preliminary are a good enough reis shurns. >> thank you so much.
americans are expected to spend an extra $80 billion. thousands of crazed shoppers have already trampled through aisles of discounts. an estimated 135 million people plan to shop online and in stores on thanksgiving day and black friday. they're not all spending on other people. 60% of people who reportedly self-gift spent aj average of $132 million on themselves. you see it every year. shoppers taking things too far. this fight broke out in a mall in kentucky. jay gray is live at the mall of america in minnesota. hopefully nothing that crazy has gone on out there. >> reporter: no combat here for
the deals. this is shopping heaven. the mall of america in minnesota. and the reason some people get out instead of staying online. take a look. 50% off the entire store and you see these signs across this mall right now. not all stores are open just yet. it's still early. we're seeing crowds coming in waves right now. through the day we're going to see the crowds and gbargains continue to build. the rush began before the turkey was even cold. >> we're starting early this time. early bird specials. >> now as thanksgiving gives way to black friday, analyst say the bargains will be bigger. >> about 55% of consumers will be out shopping on friday. that's because 40% feel they can get the best discounts. >> many looking to save on high dollar gifts.
>> when they do find what they're looking for, data shows 29% of shoppers will spent more this year than last year. many make their purchases in person and on lien. >> we're seeing a great response to online offers. we feel like we're off to a great start online. >> the start to another mad dash for deals which for many has become a holiday tradition. >> now, that's what we're seeing. a lot of families and friends that make this a part of their thanksgiving. if early results are any indication, they're not only doing shopping, they're spending and that's good news for retailers. that's the latest live here at the mall of america. i know you're jealous. back to you. >> i am. we're going to let you go so you can do your shopping. thanks so much. >> now to sports at a rainy
lambeau field. bret favre was honored and hall of famer bart star was on hand for the ceremony. in the game, packers strike first and eddie lacy races into the end zone. for the second quarter jay cutler scrambles. now to the fourth quarter bears lead and escapes pressure and launches a pass to the end zone and it's knocked away. incomplete. bears with the upset at lambeau. final score 17-13. in the big d dallas hoping to spoil carolina's undefeated season. it was a rough night for the cowboys as cam newton scampered into the touchdown. then from bad to worse, tony
romo returns from a broken collar spoken lasting two games. panthers remain undefeated. the lions enjoying the eagles for their thanksgiving feast. detroit easily taking this one 45-14. the lions won three straight. now to college hoops. number 13 taking on the college. irisher stunned as they miss. 70-68. and another upset. a classic rivalry as number 18 yukon falls to syracuse. syracuse improves to 5-0. america's got a new top dog and his name is charlie. you'll meet him next. plus a big announcement from adel but the super star has a little trouble with her delivery. next, donald trump under fire this morning. was he mocking a new york times reporter with disabilities. >> now, the poor guy, you got to
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incredible snow pact already. what we're looking at is a wint winter mix. you're going to encounter changing conditions from rain to sleet to snow. green bay, it's snowing now. the snow has worked its way to chicago. milwaukee sees rain and turning much, much colder. texas to oklahoma city we have ice storm warnings because of the dangerous situation there. what a difference half the country makes when you compare it to the rest. on the east coast looking at mild conditions. off to the west 34 degrees. so mild to the east. to the west you're enjoying some nice weather. san francisco at 57 degrees. seattle colder at 45. boise in the air at 29. we're still getting the pocket of colder air in the northwest. mild in the southwest. much more milder in the east. watching for changing conditions tomorrow. all the cold air is working its way to the east as well.
overall, a good looking picture for saturday. today it's dicey out there. it's time to get down to business now with nbcs landon gouty. >> good morning to you. it's a short day for wall street. a flat session on wednesday in the tightest range of the year. it's still in piece for its second straight positive month. shoppers who didn't brave the malls were busy buying gifts online. adobe says more than $1 million was spent as of 5:00 p.m. eastern. online sales off to a very strong start. people who access bank accounts through their smart phone is expected to hit 1 billion this year. banks made more efforts to wearable devices like the apple
watch. they expect wearables to come from 100 million banking mobile sessions by 2020. >> wow, thank you so much for that. there's new evidence in the shooting of laquan mcdonald by a chicago police officer and it's been released. why can the videos be seen and the audio not heard? nbcs john lang reports. another take from a car arrives after vandike shot mcdonald 16 times shows no officers checking on him. his attorney said he acted in self-defense. officials released video from five of the eight police cars at the scene. none includes officers voices. police can't explain why not. an attorney from the mcdonald family says it's happened
before. >> in my experience i've never had a case with the audio before. why it took 13 months for the second straight night wednesday hundreds of protesters marched through downtown. a small group tore lights off the christmas tree in my lineal park. there were four ars. >> later today protesters expected to target black friday shopping. reverend jesse jackson holding a
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seinfeld may be right when it comes to double dipping. it's a far more serious health threat than expected the study finds. when they dipped an already bitten chip back into the sauce they found close to 1,0 millimer bacteria more. the republican front runner appeared to mock a reporters joint condition. haley jackson reports. >> donald trump under fire today for seeming to mock a reporter's physical disability. >> i don't know what i said. i don't remember. >> the reporter works for the new york times and has a genital joint condition. trump was referring to a 2001 story written after september 11th which said authorities detained and questioned a number
of people seen celebrating the attacks. >> the poor guy, you got to see this guy. i don't know what i said. i don't remember. he's going i don't remember. maybe that's what i said. >> this week, he said his article does not back up trump's widely debunked claim that thousands of muslims cheered 9/11 trump triggering a twitter backlash, new low, disqualifying. new york times saying we're outraged he would ridicule our reporters. critics argue trump crossed a line. others wonder if a line exists. he should get back to a paper rapidly going down the tubes. adding if he was handicapped i would not know because i do not know what he looks like.
advocates not pleased quote it is unacceptable for a child to mock another child's disability on the playground never mind a presidential candidate mocking someone's disability. he says it doesn't surprise him trump would do something this low rent given his track record. time to welcome in kevin. happy friday. >> happy friday, thanks for being here. >> this is a big deal for trump. >> it is. this is not the first time that we've seen mr. trump make controversial remarks. just the other week he raised eyebrows talking about child molestation and now talking about a reporter's appearance. he's still at the top of the polls. when you go visit him, he's someone who gives an off the cuff speech and talks for 45
minutes, no teleprompter. i'm not counting donald trump out at this point. >> he issued a statement saying the new york times is being dishonest and has no idea who the reporter is. >> he says he doesn't know what it looks like. i think again it comes down to who do you believe? do you believe mr. trump and he doesn't know what he looks like or the new york times? the bottom line is we're not talking about substantial policy issue but that's what most americans are hungry for. >> let's move on to what's happening next in the campaign. we have thanksgiving over and the campaigns are now turning to end of the season advertising. what can we expect to see on the air waves? >> i think there's going to be a lot of types of advertising for a lot of toys that are making the round. the swagway, the hover board is going to be a hot one for kids this year. from a larger take away, the
economy as you know is still kind of emptying out of this economic recovery, if you will, so you know, the federal reserve sets interest rates in the next couple of months but a lot of economic uncertainty and this is an important time for the retailers and for the economy to keep moving this quarter. >> let's focus on the candidates. anything special coming out of them? >> we have ben carson headed to jordan that's going to be meeting with syrian refugees. this after the controversy where he said he equated them to rabid dogs. i think this is a part of a larger dr. carson effort to perhaps to display some of his foreign policy. don't count him out against senator ted cruz. he could be making a come back. >> all right. some interesting moves coming up. thank you so much. >> thank you. have a great weekend. >> you too. >> into the new york times this
morning, china on a new world advocate. she was denied a visa because of her outspoken rights and religious freedom in china. chinese authorities were waiting for her and did not let her travel further. they told organizers she may get a place in next year's pageant. adel had trouble delivering news to her fans. >> hello, happy friday. hello, it's me, adel. >> the rest of her facebook posting is pretty hilarious but all about her first world tour since 2011 where she'll hit a string of european countries. adam sandler has updated his song. this is the comedian's fourth list of the verses. take a listen. ♪ ♪ ♪
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and good morning to you, it's friday, november 27th. thanks for joining us this morning after thanksgiving. we have a lot to cover including an arrest at the white house. a man jumped the fence sparking a lock down where the first family gathered inside. also, new tension between turkey and russia with both countries talking tough over that deadly incident involving a fighter jet in alaska. national security expert, this is exactly what isis wants. also, you can almost hear those cash registers lighting up as black friday shoppers stake out the biggest bargains. what it means for the eco