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and we will make america great again. god bless you, and good night. i love you. >> donald trump whipping this crowd into a frenzy with a full-throated, full-throttled reimagining of this country and everything from immigration to trade to foreign policy. it was a speech, as he's joined by melania trump, a speech that was filled with bold proclamations, bold promises, promises to restore safety in america on the day of his inauguration. but there were some subtle departures from some of the more controversial stands that he has
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taken along the way, including no specific mention of the muslim ban, chuck todd. >> you know, lester, i thought it was an extraordinarily dark speech. there are going to be many americans who say he's describing i don't recognize that america. there are going to be others that say that is what i think i see or that is what i think i feel. but it was dark. obviously he used the words law and order or law and talked about restoring those things. it was a dominant part of the speech. in fact it was interesting, he used some form of the words law and order or lawfulness 18 times. by contrast, the two biggest buzz words of the conservative movement for the last two years have been freedom and liberty. he never uttered the word liberty and only uttered the word freedom once. >> greeting mike pence now, his vice presidential running mate and the pence family as the trump and pence families meet there on the stage. tom brokaw, your thoughts. >> well, these are the themes that got him to where this is on
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this unlikely journey but tonight it was delivered on steroids. people in this hall see him as a man on a white horse that will lead them to say sanctuary and pull the drawbridge up behind him. others see him as a demagogue of some kind. he kept talking back to the themes of we're going to win, we're going to crack down on terror, crack down on law and order. and hillary clinton, until she took office as secretary of state, the middle east was a land of milk and honey until she raised her hand and accepted that office. that will be a very hard sell. but obviously he has teed up who he wants to. i've been doing this a long time. i have never witnessed somebody who came fromhe wre he did got to this place used the language that he did to run for president of the united states. you cannot underestimate, however, we are playing by different rules now. social media, his fans and social media will be all over this tonight and help promote
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donald trump. >> fireworks going off over lake erie in unison with the balloons now dropping over the quicken loans arena. nicolle, i mentioned coming out that there was not a specific muslim ban as we heard. he changed it to suspend immigration to countries with terror. how significant is that? >> it's a significant pivot but it might be the only one. i was struck by two things i always believed during my two decades in republican politics. one, the voters always get it right, and two, the republican party that i worked for for two decades died in this room tonight. we are now represented as a party by a man who believes in protectionism, isolationism and nativism. and those were the forces that george w. bush and john mccain too were most worried about during their times as leaders of the republican party. >> you believe the party died tonight? >> well, the voters picked this
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guy. this is where the republican party is now. they now are attracted to those forces of isolationism and protectionism. the party i was part of for two decades is dead. >> part of the reason he's successful, on the other hand, is a lot of people believe that that party didn't deliver and it created the system that we're dealing with today, that it became absorbed in raising a lot of money and advancing the individual office holders who were there. >> and let's just say they think it failed. >> yeah. >> they think that the policies of the bush era failed. >> let's look at it this way, though -- >> we could be in a transformational moment in politics. >> he set pretty high expectations by saying he's going to make the borders secure. these are huge promises he's made. i think -- i'm so curious to see how this speech is received. in the room i think it was incredibly compelling and the people loved it but it really comes down to which version of america do you think you live
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in. >> right. >> on the one hand you have him giving a bill of particulars that is downright dark, it's ominous. i kept thinking about the lego movie theme song, "everything is awesome." this was everything was awful. if you think you believe in this america, if that resonates and is true to you, this will appeal. >> i have to tell you, though, i was struck at how big government this speech is. this is a big, strong government that donald trump, the republican nominee, and very expensive. he didn't say how he was going to pay for any of this, but he's got bernie sanders free college in there, he's got a lot of things in there. all these roads and bridges and he's massively cutting taxes. i don't know how he pays for any of this. >> they often say that you campaign in poetry, you govern in prose. if this was poetry, i don't know what prose is going to be. i did go back and look at ronald reagan's acceptance speech when he was nominated in 1980. a much different version.
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you still have the core values of the republican party but he opened by saying i'm going to work with governors to protect the right of women. who did he quote most of all in this speech? fdr, franklin roosevelt during the depression. >> we are going to continue to watch this celebration in the hall and take a short break. the picture will remain on the screen. we'll be right back.
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it was a campaign that many had once written off as a joke, a publicity stunt. but tonight donald trump came into this hall here in cleveland and claimed the nomination as the republican candidate for president. the celebration continuing here at the quicken loans arena. we should note that it was the longest speech, longest acceptance speech in modern times. i believe we go back to 1972. >> that's correct. >> there was one that long. but the theme again in his speech tonight, america first. that is going to do it for the fourth and final night of our coverage of the republican national convention in cleveland. we hope you will join us next week. we all move on to philadelphia, the democratic convention there. for now for chuck todd, savannah guthrie, nicolle wallace, tom brokaw and our entire nbc news team, i'm lester holt. good night from cleveland. >> my husband is ready to lead this great nation.
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>> vote your conscience, vote for candidates up and down the ticket who you trust. >> this team is ready. our party is ready.
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my opponent asks her supporters to recite a three-word loyalty pledge. it reads "i'm with her." i choose to recite a different pledge. my pledge reads "i'm with you, the american people." >> donald trump accepts the
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republican nomination for president tonight, casting himself as a man of the people, the president who will keep you safe and a champion for working women. good evening, everyone. i'm jim rosenfield live on this final night of the republican national convention in cloec cleveland, ohio. on the campaign trail we have seen that he speaks off the cuff. tonight he did stick to the teleprompter for the most part, giving a carefully crafted speech that took aim at hillary clinton. listen. >> i humbly and gratefully accept your nomination for the presidency of the united states. >> the self-described voice of the american people, donald trump vowing to put you first during what he calls a moment of crisis in our nation. >> beginning on january 20th, of 2017, safety will be restored.
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>> reading from a prepared speech, trump called himself the law and order candidate, revealing his plan of action, adding millions of jobs and trillions in new wealth, lowering taxes, rebuilding the military and securing our borders with a wall. >> nearly 180,000 illegal immigrants with criminal records, ordered deported from our country are tonight roaming free to threaten peaceful citizens. >> as expected, trump also attacked hillary clinton, calling her a puppet for big business and major donors. he even welcomed bernie sanders supporters to join him against hillary. >> her bad instints and her bad judgment, something pointed out by bernie sanders, are what caused so many of the disasters unfolding today. >> the famed businessman and former reality star said it's
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time to defeat isis overseas while here at home, put america first and win. >> we cannot afford to be so politically correct anymore! >> and at one point, the crowd was chanting "lock her up", referring to hillary clinton. he said let's defeat her. t what was the response where you are? >> you know, jim, i watched to see from right between pennsylvania and ohio, and i can tell you, some people were cheering louder than others. more cheers in pennsylvania than we saw in governor john kasich's home state of ohio. but donald trump is now the republican nominee. now there was one hiccup in that speech. a protester in the upper level
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did have a sign that said build bridges not walls and was yelling. donald trump sort of paused his speech for a moment, praised the police, then turned around and went back do his speech as the crowd was yelling. i want to bring with me, pennsylvania speaker, you were not a donald trump supporter, you once questioned. what was it like to hear him accept your party's nomination? >> i thought it was an outstanding speech, very policy oriented. here's the thing. americans want family-sustaining jobs. they want to know that we are going to have a strong economy. they also want to know that there's going to be the rule of law and safety, and that we're going to make sure that there's national security. i thought he was very, very focussed, very detailed and very positive. i was impressed. keep in mind, i was for rubio
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originally. >> and you're now on board? >> i'm for the republican team of trump and the nominee did an outstanding job this evening. >> we had wondered at the beginning whether this would be a contested convention. it was not, things did not go perfectly, but this nomination belongs now to donald trump. jim, back to you >> and lauren, i don't think i've ever seen so many balloons dropping from the ceiling in my entire life. and the family continues with trump's daughter ivanka in the role of introducing her father before he took the stage. and ivanka did her best to smooth out her father's rougher edges. the mother of three touted his strength as a leader. but her role might have been to convince the female voters out there that her father is the right person for the job. >> men of all background and
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ethnicities on my father's job sites, and long before it was commonplace, you also saw women. my father values talent. he recognizes real knowledge and skill when he finds it. he is colorblind and gender neutral. >> as ivanka trump spoke, hillary clinton tweeted from 2012 saying clinton was a terrific woman who does a great job. now another highly anticipated speech earlier in the evening came from an openly gay rnc republican delegate, and we'll hear what he had to say a little later on. but for now, let's send it back to you in philadelphia, keith and jacquelyn. >> a lot of activity tonight. turning now to breaking news
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from delaware. we're going to show you this video. a man and woman were found dead this evening in the parking lot of a shopping center. police were on the scene at the home depot. the man was lying outside the vehicle. the woman was inside. it's not clear how they died. but police don't believe foul play was involved. another big story, the weather. a nice night to ride a scooter or take a walk. but daylight will bring a big change. >> there's the guy on the scooter. tomorrow could be the start of a heat wave. sheena parveen with your first alert weather. >> it's going to get hotter and more humid. for pennsylvania, new jersey and delaware, if you look at the seven-day at the bottom of the screen, we have four days highlighted. friday through monday, that's because there's a first alert out for four days, right across your weekend. temperatures will be in the 90s, hot and humid but feeling anywhere from 100 to 105
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degrees. the normal high is 87. today we got to 89, tomorrow 96. over the weekend, upper 90s. that's dangerous heat. when you factor in the humidity, it's going to feel even hotter. so we have the excessive heat watch out for then tire area. coming up, we'll look at the forecast and what this means and if there's any rain relief headed our way. new at 11:00, a man is under arrest after police say he car jacked a valet at knife point at the ritz-carlton in center city. the suspect took off in the stolen audi. officers arrested him. a family is heartbroken after their loved one was beaten to death inside their home. >> it just happened to my mother-in-law. one can't sleep a week or two. >> friends and relatives say she was a pillar of the community.
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>> it's a familiar face at church who uh feared in her neighborhood. >> reporter: it's not often that you see a church leader or less later at a crime scene, but that's how well known this woman was. people loved her as much as she loved the community, and they can't think of any reason why anyone would want to kill her. feet away from they found the 49-year-old woman's body, her family stood together consoling each other as emotions became overwhelming. they found the woman lying on the floor of her upstairs bedroom. this is the victim's son-in-law. his mother-in-law was beaten to death. >> to grip so many things mentally in your head, it just happened to my mother-in-law. one can't sleep one wink or two. >> just yesterday, i was
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standing this close to her, talking with her. >> reporter: kevin walker went to church with the victim. he and other parishioners joined the family hand in hand to pray outside. a close friend told us she volunteered at the church and in the hunting park community. >> if you were in need and it was something you needed, she would do it. >> reporter: we saw surveillance camera across the street at a neighbor's house. no word yet if police have looked at that video. family and friends have an idea who would kill her. they just hope that person goes to the police. >> she always tried to bring someone to christ. >> reporter: at this hour, police have not taken anyone into custody or made any arrests. at police headquarters in center city, brandon hudson, nbc 10 news. now the count down is on. in four days the democrat iic national convention comes to the wells fargo center. >> and people in our area will play prominent roles.
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pennsylvania governor tom wolf will have a speaking role, so will jim kenny and corey booker along with pennsylvania congressman brandon boyle and bob brady. thousands of volume unteers hav spent months preparing for the dnc. tonight the host committee showed their appreciation by throwing them a party at penn's landing with live music, food and games. >> take a look at this. tonight amtrak flipped the switch on a light show to welcome convention goers to the city. it's one of several happening across the city. the patriotic display will glow through july 31st. 50,000 delegates and visitors are about to descend on philadelphia. add in the protesters. that means traffic trouble is coming too. for the most part, permanent road closures will be limited to stadium areas, broad street.
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but rolling closures may be needed due to protests. on sunday, the city will begin towing cars. an unarmed man lying on the ground with his hands in the air, begging police not to shoot, but an officer shot him anyway. why the officer says he was actually trying to save the man's life. also ahead, he was one of the most powerful people in media, but now, roger ailes is out. what's next as fox news tries to right the ship. and more heat, more humidity coming across the weekend. i'll tell you how hot it's about to feel and what you can expect coming into next week. ♪ let there be peace on earth ♪ and let it begin >> how adorable is she. her name is heavenly joy. and she has the voice of an
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angel. coming up, a little girl from our area who stole the show at the rnc. ♪
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and these are the lungs. (boy) sorry. (dad) don't worry about it. (vo) at our house, we need things that are built to last. that's why we got a subaru.
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(avo) love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. welcome back to decision 2016. a historic night here at the rnc in cleveland, ohio. for the first time in nearly two decades in fact, an openly gay man addressed the delegates right here at the rnc. his name is peter teal, a tech millionaire, admonished about lgbt rights and fighting unnecessary culture wars, but he brought the crowd to his feet when he became the first speaker in party history to say this. >> i am proud to be gay. i am proud to be a republican. but most of all, i am proud to be an american!
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>> now teal drew a parallel of himself between him and trump saying both men are builders and that trump is the best to rebuild america, and trump did speak out in his remarks in support of the lgbt community. after nearly 20 years, roger ailes stepped down from his post at fox news. it comes in the wake of a lawsuit filed earlier this month by gretchen carlson. she says he stopped her career after she refused to have sex with him. ailes has denied any wrongdoing. officials in florida are calling the shooting of an
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unarmed black man in miami, quote, an accident. this is cell phone video of charles kinsey, pleading for officers not to shoot as he lay in the street. kinsey, who works as a caregiver was trying to calm an autistic patient. officers responded to a 911 call that a man with a gun was threatening to kill himself. >> and the officer discharged, trying to strike and stop the white male, and unfortunately, he missed. >> kinsley was shot once in the leg. the investigation has been turned over now to the state attorney general's office. here at home there was an effort to improve the relationship between the police and the community. there was a town hall in elkins park. attendees had a chance to voice any concerns. they said building connections
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is a priority as tensions rise nationwide. it's going to be really hot out there, especially this weekend. >> let's turn it over to meteorologist sheena parveen. >> we have a first alert out because of the heat, for pennsylvania, new jersey and delaware at the bottom of your screen. you'll find the seven-day forecast. so we've highlighted those first alert days in ried. that's friday through monday. with the humidity, it's going to feel like triple digits, anywhere from 100 to 105 degrees. off to our west, they've been dealing with a lot of heat and humidity, making it dangerously hot. all that weather is moving in our direction for friday, for the weekend and even going into next woeek. we are talking about a prolonged heat wave which is going to be potentially dangerous because of the high humidity. everyone is under an excessive heat watch, for temperatures
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feeling anywhere from 100 to 105 degrees. you want to avoid several hours outside in the middle of the day when it's the hottest, especially through the afternoon. stay hydrated. stay in the shade. try to stay cool. check on the elderly, and never leave children and animals in the car. way too hot for that. this is dangerous heat across the area. take a look at what it's going to feel like friday into monday. temperatures tomorrow right around 96 degrees, feeling like 100. saturday, 98 degrees, feeling closer to 104. sunday, 98, feeling around 105. and as we go into monday, we could still be in the upper 90s. that's going to be our better rain chance, but still feeling like around 100 degrees. so that's going to continue going into next week, but very little rain relief. take a look at tomorrow's forecast. we could see a couple afternoon showers. this is 7:30 in the evening, but it's not going to be enough to drop our temperatures too much,
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across the weekend with that dangerous heat, we don't have any rain in the forecast. we'll stay mostly sunny saturday and sunday. so you want to prepare for this. if you're heading to the shore, it's going to be a hot day there for your sunday. so saturday and sunday, temperatures right around 90 degrees, wildwood going into the weekend, both weekends are going to be around 90 degrees. then we go into cape may. as we go into the weekend, temperatures right around 90 degrees. looking at your weekend forecast, 90, hot over the weekend, temperatures in the upper 90s. stay tuned. we'll be right back.
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the nba tried to get north carolina to change the law.
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now the league says it will move next year's game somewhere else. it was going to be in charlotte until the controversial bathroom law was passed which requires people to use the bathroom that corresponds to their gender at birth. it's viewed as discrimination against the transgender community. meanwhile, ray rice went back into the nfl and is willing to pay the price. if he gets another shot with a nfl team, he would give his entire salary to domestic violence programs. the former ravens quarterback hasn't played since 2014. he was arrested after being seen puchbsing his wife.
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this is sports desk brought to you by xfinity. hey, i'm john clark. philly's john klentak says talks have been very active. herrera back in the lineup against the marlins, and "star wars" night at citizen park. top of the fourth. eickhoff gives up five. and big piece pays off. two-run shot right there. but that was the phillies only hit in until the eighth. they lose to the feish. eagles start reporting to camp in three days. that first practice is under way on monday.
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teammates melt with philly police commissioner richard ross and police personnel, starting dialog on how they can improve relations between police and citizens and to help stop the violence. good job. i'm john clark. we're right back.
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i'm jim rosenfield live in cleveland where donald trump's speech tonight marked the end of the republican national convention, and next week it's the democrats' turn. in philadelphia, the convention
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taking place at the wells fargo center, and the entire nbc 10 team will be there with reports starting tomorrow at 4:00. so we'll pack our bags and head to philly. it's the dems next week. >> we would be remiss without thanking you guys and your team for all the memorable, sometimes controversial moments. we'd also be remiss without mentioning not only jim and lauren but jason ryan and sam dunn behind the camera. >> absolutely. >> tracy. yeah. >> it was eventful. >> what a fantastic job by jim rosenfeld and our entire crew. thanks. >> thank you so much for watching. we leave you now with a little girl with a big voice who stole the show at the rnc. 5-year-old heavenly joy perkins
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from galloway township. >> jer kins. ♪ america, america ♪ god shed his grace on thee ♪ and crown thy good with brotherhood ♪ ♪ to [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- alicia vikander, celine dion, and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: new mexico! yeah! >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh! welcome, everybody, welcome! welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome! welcome, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] hey, hey! welcome to the "tonight show," this is it, baby! [ cheers and applause ] this is it, baby! you made it. thank you so much, everybody. here's what everyone is talking about. of course, the big story is ted cruz, who gave a speech at the republican convention last night where he refused to endorse donald trump for president. and he's not backing down. in fact, cruz said this morning that he won't be a "servile puppy dog" for trump.
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[ laughter ] then chris christie said, "whatever, more beggin' strips for me." i mean i -- [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] he shouldn't -- he shouldn't eat those. they're not for humans. >> steve: did he really say that? >> jimmy: they're not for humans. >> steve: that's a dog treat. >> jimmy: they're for animals. yeah, no, they're not for human consumption. >> steve: that's insane. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: ted cruz refused -- refused to endorse donald trump in his speech at the convention last night, and the crowd wasn't too happy about it. check it out. >> stand and speak, and vote your conscience, vote for candidates up and down the ticket who you trust. [ audience boos ] [ laughter ] >> jimmy: don't boo him, booing only makes him stronger. [ laughter ] [ as cruz ] "i can feel your anger flow through me." [ laughter ] [ applause ] a lot of people are wondering why the trump campaign would even invite ted cruz to speak at the convention in the first place. it turns out ben carson summoned him the night before by saying the word "lucifer" three times. >> steve: really? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: and that's -- yeah, you can't do that. if you do that he's going to show up.
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[ applause ] this is really funny, though. i love this. ted cruz actually gave a speech outside the convention yesterday before his big prime time speech last night. did you see this? outside? >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: he's outdoors. check out what happens right as he's talking about how he wouldn't be the republican nominee. watch this. >> our party now has a nominee. and i don't know -- [ audience boos ] >> jimmy: kinda zoom in on -- look, it's not -- it's not made up. look at that. [ laughter ] [ applause ] that is the best. that is the -- [ applause ] i think the only thing missing was a giant banner that said, "suck it, loser." you know? [ laughter ] [ applause ] oh, my god. what a burn, man. oh, my god. meanwhile, donald trump's running mate mike pence gave a a speech at the convention last night and even poked fun at the fact most people don't know who he is. yeah. i guess even donald trump calls him "vice president hey, buddy." [ laughter ] that's right.
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mike pence officially became the republican nominee for vice president last night, and trump decided to greet him with a kiss to celebrate. [ laughter ] oh, get ready. some people are saying it was a a little awkward. you tell me. >> donald trump is coming out on the stage. this his third appearance. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> steve: i guess not? >> jimmy: a little rough there. a little rough. but congrats to al gore who no longer has the most awkward convention kiss of all time. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: whoa. whoa. whoa. okay, it's a tie. all right. [ laughter ] you both win. [ applause ] >> steve: hey! [ laughter ] what? >> jimmy: actually, i think the kiss between trump and pence only appeared a little off
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because it wasn't set to the right music. >> steve: oh. >> jimmy: so we fixed it up a a little bit. i think it would have worked a a lot better if it went like this. ♪ now i've had [ laughter ] ♪ the time of my life and i owe it all to you ♪ ♪ i've had [ laughter ] [ fireworks exploding ] ♪ [ applause ] get this, a new poll shows that a growing number of americans want both parties to put their differences aside and work together. and it does seem like there's room to compromise. i'll show you what i mean in tonight's edition of "split the difference." here we go. ♪ ♪ split the difference [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: take a look at this first compromise. republicans support a wall at the border. democrats support arts funding. so they compromised, and now, the wall is built by third graders out of papier-mache. [ laughter ] so everyone -- you understand? [ applause ] >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: everybody wins.
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>> steve: that's great. everyone wins. >> jimmy: here's another one, here. the democrats support special labeling for gmo foods. >> steve: ooh. >> jimmy: republicans support teen abstinence programs. so they can compromise, and now, teens have to wear labels telling everyone they're virgins. so it's a great -- >> steve: oh. [ laughter and applause ] that's a good compromise. >> jimmy: let's keep going. the republicans want to make people stop watching pornography. the democrats want to protect wildlife in the national parks from tourists. they compromised, and now, they'll release a video of a a buffalo humping a minivan. and you go -- [ laughter ] >> steve: there you go. [ applause ] >> jimmy: i don't know if that's gonna work, but they're working together. >> steve: at least they're together. >> jimmy: here's the last one. the republicans want to defund planned parenthood. the democrats want to stop donald trump from preventing access to birth control. they compromised, and now, planned parenthood will hand out pictures of donald trump as birth control. [ laughter ] so there you go. those are the compromises, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] we have a great show! give it up for the roots! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
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>> jimmy: thank you very much! [ cheers and applause ] welcome to the show. thank you so much for watching. thank you for being here. it's been a great week so far. there's more ahead, though. tomorrow night, simon cowell will be here. [ cheers and applause ] and youtube star, lilly singh. >> steve: oh. >> jimmy: i love lilly singh. and, of course, two of my favorites, penn and teller will be joining us. >> steve: oh, brilliant. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: they're my favorites. >> steve: they're brilliant. >> jimmy: every single time, they destroy. they're fantastic. and, of course, i'll be doing thank you notes. and it's friday. and it'll be fun. you don't want to miss it. but first, joining us tonight, she's quickly becoming one the biggest movie stars in the world. her next project is "jason bourne." yeah. it's in theaters next weekend. alicia vikander is here. >> steve: yeah! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: almost doesn't look like it's her hand at one point. i thought it was just a random hand up there. [ laughter ] just tapping her on the shoulder. that's like a common way to hang out, right? >> steve: that's what you do,
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right? >> jimmy: like if i'm at beach, i just go, "oh, man, this is awesome." [ laughter ] >> steve: is it hot? >> jimmy: what's that? >> steve: well, cause if it's hot you can wave yourself quickly. >> jimmy: how's it going, man? nice to see you. yeah. this is awesome. just having a blast. hey, let's see what's happening. that's weird. >> steve: take a couple photos. >> jimmy: we did the same thing. yeah. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. anyway, she's here. she's the best. she's in the new "bourne" movie. alicia is going to teach me a a swedish pub game called "pen and bottle." >> steve: ooh. >> jimmy: that everyone -- you gotta -- yeah. if you have a string, and a a bottle, and a pen, just get it out and get ready to -- [ laughter ] we'll play the game later. and then, plus, starting today, her latest album "encore un soir" is available for pre-order! [ cheers and applause ] the one and only celine dion is dropping by! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: celine! >> jimmy: i love -- >> steve: something casual. >> jimmy: i loved -- i've seen her in concert numerous times. i love her. >> steve: you okay?
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>> jimmy: what's that? >> steve: you all right? you all right? >> jimmy: yeah. >> steve: are you okay? >> jimmy: i'm just excited. one of my favorites are here. it's gonna be fantastic. >> steve: did you break your hand? >> jimmy: what's that? >> steve: oh. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: this is very interesting. [ cheers and applause ] i love her. and i love alicia -- >> steve: alicia. >> jimmy: alicia vikander as well. it's gonna be great. so celine is going to talk with me, she's going perform, and i'm going to challenge her to a a game of "wheel of musical impressions" later in the show. >> steve: whoa! [ cheers and applause ] bon soir! >> jimmy: c'est si bon! it is time for "tonight show hashtags," everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ hashtags hashtags ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: oh, thank you, roots. thank you, roots. >> steve: oh! >> jimmy: thank you, everybody. hey, you guys are on twitter, right? you ever play around on twitter? [ cheers and applause ] it's fun.
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well, we use twitter on our show every single week, so if you watch our show and you want to play along, we do this thing every wednesday. i will send out a hashtag and we ask you guys to tweet out things based on that topic. so since melania trump was accused of plagiarizing parts of her speech -- [ laughter ] -- from michelle obama earlier this week, i went on twitter and i sent out a hashtag called, "i got busted." [ laughter ] i asked you guys to tweet out a a story about a time where you got caught doing something funny, weird, or embarrassing. we got thousands of tweets. in fact, within 30 minutes, it was a trending topic in the u.s., so thank you for the tweets. [ cheers and applause ] do you ever think of anything where you got busted? where you ever got in trouble? >> steve: i've been busted so many times. >> jimmy: i know. i kinda got use to it. i do remember once my mom smuggled in, like, snacks to the movie theater. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: you know, in her purse. which is, you know, our right. we're allowed to in this country. but she smuggled it in, and i think she had, like, i want to say like a two-liter bottle of seltzer or something. [ laughter ] i know. it wasn't like -- we didn't
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have little -- you know, we didn't have like a bunch of -- so all the sudden we're watching the movie, all of the sudden you hear -- fssss. [ laughter ] you know, with too much seltzer. and i go, "a two liter bottle?" like how much seltzer are you gonna -- [ laughter ] are you grilling out? yeah. making hamburgers. >> steve: yeah. it's hibachi. >> jimmy: yeah. so now i'd like to share some of my favorite "i got busted" tweets from you guys. they're really funny. the first one's from @shaquilleosqueal. [ laughter ] >> steve: that's the chipmunk shaquille o'neal, right? >> jimmy: mm-hmm. he says, "one time on vacation my daughter walked in on me in the bathroom and caught me using her bronzer to draw abs on my stomach." [ laughter ] >> steve: oh. >> jimmy: that's embarrassing. that's embarrassing. >> steve: that's not good. [ applause ] >> jimmy: not gonna -- you won't forget that. >> steve: no. leave it to o'squeal. >> jimmy: you won't forget that too soon. no, yeah. this next one's from @bethanydews. she says, "i thought i was the only one in the toilet so i started singing. when i was finished, someone in the next stall clapped." [ laughter ] at least they didn't boo. >> steve: yeah. yeah.
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[ applause ] >> jimmy: they liked it. >> steve: not a bad clap from the toilet seat. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: this one's is from @kristenrose124. she says, "in middle school i realized my dad was reading my diary. to get him back i starting writing about seeing my mom with 'a strange handsome man.'" [ audience aws ] [ laughter ] that's cold! ♪ [ applause ] that is fantastic! that is cold! >> steve: a strange handsome man. >> jimmy: yeah. >> steve: very alluring. >> jimmy: mm-mm. this one's from @vumeetsworld. she says, "once my date wondered why i wanted to go to starbucks so badly. i forgot his name and figured he'd have to say it there." >> steve: oh. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's kinda genius. >> steve: if it works. [ applause ] >> jimmy: "hey, want to get out of here, uh --?" >> steve: sternclarth? >> jimmy: sternclarth? [ laughter ] >> steve: what? that's not my name. >> jimmy: is your name sternclarth? >> steve: that's not my name. i think they got it wrong. >> jimmy: sterny. i love you, sternclarth. >> steve: i'm going to get out of here. >> jimmy: this one's from @etchedroots. she says, "my little brother was told to wash dishes.
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a year later as we packed to move we found dirty dishes in a a box in the laundry room." [ laughter ] [ applause ] busted. >> steve: busted. >> jimmy: this last one's from @terriblemommy. >> steve: oh. come on. i don't think she's that bad. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: she says, "i spilled chocolate milk all over the carpet and blamed it on our kid. i forgot we had a nanny cam." >> steve: oh! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i just saw you do that. there you have it. those are our "tonight show hashtags." [ cheers and applause ] to check out more of our favorites go to tonightshow.com/hashtags. stick around, we'll be right back with alicia vikander, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we are joined right now by an academy award winning actress who stars in two new movies coming out soon. on september 2nd, you can see her opposite michael fassbender in "the light between oceans," and starting next friday, she,

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