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cheered 9/11. the man accused of kill two people and a police officer in colorado is expected in court today. did harsh anti-abortion rhetoric motivate this attack. an ugly scene in paris a city still on edge as police clash with protesters ahead of the united nations climate summit. it's 5:30 on the east coast, 2:30 out west this is "way too early." good morning t is monday, november 30th. i'm chris jansing here in paris. president owe ba in is in the french capital this morning as more than 150 world leaders gathered for a high stakes conference on climate change. the opening ceremony is just about wrapping up, leaders about to begin speaking soon. we'll have more on that in a moment. but we begin this morning in colorado, where governor john hickenlooper is calling friday's shooting a form of terrorism, as we continue to learn more about
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robert lewis dear the suspect police say was responsible for killing three and wounding nine in a standoff that lasted five hours. two law enforcement sources tell nbc news in one statement made after he was taken in for questioning, dear said "no more baby parts" in reference to planned parenthood. but those sources stress that dear said many things to law enforcement after his arrest, making it difficult to assign a specific motivation. and we're also learning about more victims this morning, among them a police officer, an iraq war veteran and a mother of two. nbc news national correspondent miguel almaguer is in colorado spripgz wi springs with more. >> reporter: the investigation at the crime scene ongoing. it could continue for another week as we learn more about the suspected gunman and a possible motive. after he was taken into custody, a law enforcement source says robert dear rambled about president obama, politics and
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abortion saying no more baby parts. the 57-year-old accused of wounding nine and killing three at this planned parenthood lived off the grid in this small trail we are a woman 65 miles away from the crime scene. >> he always looked a little scroungy, a little roughed up and stuff but pretty much everybody does out here. >> reporter: reportedly a college graduate, dear was reclusive, rarely making conversation or even eye contact in hartsel, a community of 600. >> not real personable. just quiet, to his own. >> reporter: before moving to colorado, dear lived in this north carolina shack where we no water, electricity or sewer system. reports say he once warned a neighbor to put a metal roof on his home so the government couldn't spy on him. with no clear motive for the mass shooting released by investigators, families of the victims have no answers. jennifer marchkovski identified today as one of the dead. her father writing "i lost you
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in a senseless stut shooting." kearre stewart lost his life waiting for his girlfriend. father of two. ♪ tears at the church garrett swasey attended, one of the first officers to rush towards the gunfire, swasey was a former champion figure skater who trained with nancy kerrigan. the doting father to daughter faith and son elijah. >> elijah's birthday is tomorrow, he turns 11, so i know that this is going to be hard for him every year knowing that this is when it happened. >> reporter: with police still working the crime scene, planned parenthood says they were the target of the shooting because they offer abortion services. >> we have heard a lot of hateful speech in the last few months about planned parenthood, we need to get past that vitriol. >> reporter: tonight police warn an official motive for the mass shooting, answers for the
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victim's families may not come for some time. though the investigation behind me is still ongoing, law enforcement officials say they are no longer talking to the suspect. he'll be in court on monday, and he could face official charges from the d.a. within the next ten days. chris? >> reporter: nbc's miguel almaguer, thanks. meanwhile, reaction to friday's shooting poured in from across the political spectrum. planned parenthood "it is not enough to denounce the tragedy without also denouncing the poisonous rhetoric that fueled it. instead some politicians are continuing to stoke it, which is unconscionable." the organization singled out donald trump and carly fiorina and accused them of continuing to push a political agenda in the wake of the tragedy. >> we are reporting that he was talking about baby parts and things like that from law enforcement officials. >> i will tell you there is a tremendous group of people that think it's terrible all of the videos that they've seen with
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some of these people from planned parenthood talking about it like you're selling parts to a car, and there are people that are extremely upset about it. it looks like you're talking about parts to some machine or something, and they're not happy about it. >> so that means you're not surprised that someone might take an extreme reaction to this? >> this was an extremist and a man who obviously, and they said prior to this, that he was mentally disturbed. so he's a mentally disturbed person. there's no question about that. >> this is so typical of the left to immediately begin demonizing a messenger because they don't agree with the message. the vast majority of americans agree what planned parenthood is doing is wrong and that's why the vast majority of americans are prepared not only to defund planned parenthood but also to stop abortion for any reason at all after five months. so what i would say to anyone who tries to link this terrible tragedy to anyone who opposes abortion or opposes the sale of
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body parts is this is typical left wing tactics. >> i think any hateful rhetoric directed at anyone from any source is too much. it's something that we need to get away from. we have to stop allowing ourselves to be pushed into different corners, and then throwing hateful barbs at each other. >> well i think there has been some vicious rhetoric on the left, blaming those who are pro-life. we don't fully know the motivations of this deranged individual. we know that he was a man who registered to vote ads a woman. the media promptly wants to blame him on the pro-life movement when at this point there's very little evidence to indicate that. it's also reported that he was registered as an independent and as a woman and a transgendered leftist activist, if that's what he is. i don't think it's fair to blame on the rhetoric on the left.
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this is a murderer. >> reporter: when asked what reports cruz was referring to there, the campaign directed the new york times to a post called the which says there are voting records in which the suspect identified as eye female. donald trump is not backing down from his claim that muslims in america openly celebrated the 2001 attacks on the world trade center. nearly 5,000 people turned out for a trump, for trump in sarasota this weekend. he expressed sur prides for the uproar his comments caused. >> because i talked about muslims that were celebrating over in parts of new jersey, and everybody knows it's true and by the way, by the way, i had hundreds of tweets and hundreds and hundreds of phone calls to my office saying mr. trump, it's true. they said i saw it. did anybody see it reported? people saw it.
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and by the way, everybody admits worldwide, the muslims were absolutely going wild. >> reporter: on "meet the press" trump talked more about his assertion that thousands celebrated in new jersey after chuck todd pointed to a complete lack of evidence and reports at the time calling them rumors. >> where did you see this? >> chuck, i saw it on television, so did many other people, and many, many people --? jersey city you saw jerscy city. >> i've heard jersey city and participatorson. it was 14 years ago but i saw it on television. i saw clips. >> if i said well people have said mr. trump's not worth $10 billion and people were saying, would you say that was crazy. you wouldn't make a business deal -- >> because that's a very -- >> based on retweets and hearsay. >> this is people in something, chuck -- >> you're running for president of the united states.
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your words matter, truthfulness matters, fact based stuff matters. >> take it easy, chuck, play cool. this is people in this country that love our country that saw this by the hundreds, they're calling, and they're tweeting. >> reporter: that back and forth came as ben carson made a surprise visit over the weekend to jordan. he met with syrian refugees to get firsthand accounts of the crisis in the middle east. carson says they want to stay in the region but need the u.s. to do more. he noted a $3 billion annual shortfall for refugees there, saying "that's how much money we spent last year on halloween candy." new signs of life for the presidential campaign of new jersey governor chris christie who won the endorsement of new hampshire's "union leader." "we don't need another fast talking well-meaning freshman u.s. senator trying to run the government. we're living with the lasting effects of this choice.
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he's dealt admirably with major disasters but the one reason he may be best suited to lead during these times is because he tells it like it is and isn't shy about it." as we mentioned at the top of the show, president obama is in paris joining nearly 150 world leaders for a major conference on climate change. the president arrived for the summit early this morning. today he's expected to announce a new initiative to increase public and private clean energy research and development. he landed in paris last night and made his first stop at the bataclan memorial. he left a single white flower to honor the victims of the terror attacks that took place over two weeks ago. before the arrival, hundreds of protesters clashed with police near the place de le republique. people attempted to disperse the crowd. according to france's interior minister, 341 people were arrested. this protest was one of thousands planned as part of the
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global climate march. meanwhile, hillary clinton has written an op-ed in "time" magazine titled "america must lead at paris climate talks." in it she writes "we must reject the false choice between combating climate change and fostering strong economic growth. if any country can prove that, it's the united states." here's democratic rival bernie sanders last night. >> the united states must lead the world in combating climate change and transforming our energy system away from fossil fuels to energy efficiency and sustainable energy. >> reporter: now to the latest between russia and turkey, as moscow slaps new sanctions on the country that shut downity military jet last week. russia suspended its visa free travel agreement with turkey starting next year and will ban or limit some turkish imports. shortly after the sanction were announced turkey recovered the body of the russian pilot killed after the shoot-down.
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the body was thrown to turkey's capital where it was met by russian officials. the u.s. and its allies conducted 22 targets in iraq and syria over the weekend. the u.s.-led bombing campaign is helping erode isis forces and according to "usa today" a growing number of militants are defecting from the terror group because isis is facing mounting pressure in iraq and syria, the group's leaders are looking to expand elsewhere. according to the "new york times," isis is devoting resources and attention to affiliate groups in libya, egypt, afghanistan and elsewhere. an international manhunt continues today for paris attack suspect salah abdeslam and mohammadmo mohammed abrini. abrini was identified as being with abdeslam on video surveillance cameras two days before at tacks at a gas station outside of paris. after six days on maximum
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alert, belgium lowered the security threat level in brussels thursday. the prime minister warned the risk of a paris style attack however remains serious. back in the u.s., classes are cab seld today at the university of chicago at the hyde park camp us due to an online threat. it was warned by the fbi about possible gun violence at the campus quad. leaders called the closing a precaution and urged everyone to avoid coming to campus unless it's an emergency. pope francis once again making headlines, this time as the first pontiff in modern history to visit a war zone. francis arrived in the central african republic yesterday, a country uprooted by an ongoing civil war between warring christian and muslim me lishias. during a mass in the city, the pope called on countries fighters to "lay down these instruments of death and seek reconciliation." the most dangerous part of his visit is later this morning when the pope visits a mosque in an
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area where violence has surged recently. he heads back to rome later today. and still ahead on "way too early" highlights from nfl sunday. plus a 17-time nba all-star who led his team to five championships but now kobe bryant says this will be his last season. we'll hear him explain his reason for his retirement. and severe weather alert, oklahoma gets hammered with ice, as other parts of the country prepare for a winter storm and heavy rain. we'll get an update from bill karins when "way too early" comes right back. (vo) at the friskies playhouse, the cats and us are always busy.
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>> again, eifert side stepping, stays on his feet, chris ivory breaks another tackle, what a run! touchdown jets! >> hoyer rubbing out of time, retreating, stepping up, throwing for griffin, towards the end zone, touchdown texans! >> here they come, pass across the middle and caught for the first. it's baldwin. shaking free and sprinting down the sideline for the touchdown! his third of the day. doug baldwin. >> reporter: those were some of the highlights from around the nfl yesterday. now let's go to denver for the broncos hosting the patriots on sunday night football. backup qb brock osweiler in for the injured peyton manning against an undefeated new england, trailing by 14 in the fourth, osweiler brings the p n broncos back sending the game to overtime. the denver defense forces a three and out and lets the offense take over.
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>> the toss, anderson will get it and plenty more! anderson is going to go all the way, and the denver broncos win the game. >> running back c.j. anderson races 48 yards down the sidelines for the game winning touchdown. the broncos hand new england its first loss of the season after a 30-24 o.t. victory. turning to the nba and end of an era, kobe bryant officially announcing this will be his final season in the nba with a love poem. the five-time nba champion who ranks third among all-time scorers penned his breakup with basketball during his 18th season as an l.a. laker. >> finally i just had to accept the fact that i don't want to do this anymore. and i'm okay with that, and once
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i accepted that, then became time to just let everybody know, why not? it's, takes a load off my shoulders and everybody else's and i think it's the right thing to do. >> meanwhile, bryant put up 13 points in the loss to the pacers last night as the lakers drop to 2-14 on the season. now on a windy day in paris, let's get a check on your weather with nbc meteorologist bill karins. good morning. >> good morning to you, chris. in oklahoma this weekend it was not the place to be. 100,000 people lost power. we get the storms especially in this time of year when we have the cold air trying to move in statements we have leftover warmth from our early fall season and look at the tree damage. look at that, that fell from a tree and spiked into the ground. that could have broken a windshield. as far as oklahoma goes thankfully today we're getting warmer, melting. the power crews will be out there and try to turn stuff back on. we have another winter storm
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moving in, not oklahoma, this is kansas northward. we have plenty of freezing rain breaking out from omaha, manhattan, kansas, near topeka spreading north wards during the day today. clump of snow and a little bit of mixed precipitation south of minneapolis trying to move toward madison. how much snow will we get? over the next two days this purplish type color is six to eight inches, impressive early season snow. the patches of pink are up to a foot possible. minneapolis looking at enough to shovel and plow possibly a snow day for your kids tomorrow. let's break down the timing of this. heavy snow breaks out during the day today, low visibility, dangerous travel. that will improve later today, interstate 80 and 90 are the travel trouble spots tonight and early tomorrow morning. minneapolis, heaviest snow for you late today overnight hours and tomorrow morning the storm will move on and exit through the great lakes. also traveling today through the
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carolinas, plenty of rain for you, a soggy middle of the would week for areas north of here. tennessee to roanoke, the east coast is warmer and rainy this week but the snow and ice in the middle of the country is a harsh reality to the winter ahead. >> put you in the christmas spirit i guess. >> that's your spin, i like it. >> tell that story and stick to it, yes. as i sit here where it's 52 degrees. thanks, bill. move over taylor swift, a new queen of the music charts and her name yes indeed is adele. more on her record-breaking comeback when "way too early" returns. at ally bank no branches equals great rates. it's a fact. kind of like ordering wine equals pretending to know wine. pinot noir, which means peanut of the night.
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now let's get a check on the morning's other headlines. for that back to the control room and louis bergdorf. >> this cyber monday one thing was clear holiday shopping isn't what it used to be. consumers spent almost $4.5 billion online thursday and friday according to initial estimates and more than half of all shopping over the four-day weekend was done on a mobile device. amazon showed off what its drone delivery service would look like that is once it gets the all clear from the faa. the drones have a range of 15 miles and can carry packages weighing up to 15 pounds
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according to the company. i'm looking forward to getting a package from a drone. i'm sure that will be in our future someday. let's go to adele, her new album "25" is breaking hearts and shattering records. the album sold almost 3.4 million copies in the first week in the united states alone. "25" is the only album in nielsen history to sell more than 3 million copies in a week and only the second to pass the 2 million point which beat out n sync's "no strings attached" which held the record selling over 2.4 million back in march of 2000. "25" is also the biggest selling album of 2015 surpassing taylor swift's "1989." adele has done it again. while we're on the topic of taylor swift she's well-known for showing major love to her fans and she's done it once again, the australian swifty georgia hope was granted the wish of hearing her idol sing
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life. hoping to catch the attention her twin sister created a facebook group called help georgia meet taylor swift in sydney and that's exactly what happened and after the concert, georgia's mom posted to facebook it happened tonight, georgia met taylor, chloe, did you it, you gave your sister the ultimate gift. now taylor gave georgia a massive hug, chris, that's a feel good story i love it. >> i love it, too. thank you so much, louis. that's going to do it for me and "way too early." a jam packed edition of "morning joe." a join them for the latest on the climate talks on paris and donald trump, lindsey graham, john mccain and ernest moniz are on the guest list. "morning joe" is just moments away.
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