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9:00 this morning. please be careful. we'll have updates throughout the morning as well. we'll see you at 7:25 good morning. breaking overnight. a stunning report that the russian government may have gathered potentially salacious and explosive information about donald trump. the damaging but unverified allegations reportedly part of intelligence briefings given to the president-elect and the president last week. trump quickly calling it fake news and a political witchhu hu. this morning, reaction from president obama and trump's incoming chief of staff who joins us live. emotional good-bye. >> yes, we can. yes, we did. >> president obama uses his farewell address to take some veiled swipes at donald trump. >> for every two steps forward, it often feels we take one step
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back. >> this morning, the president's warning to all americans as he prepares to leave the white house in just nine days. flooding emergency. new evacuations ordered in california overnight. rivers on the brink after days of heavy rain. we're there live. bizarre robbery. a man accused of forcing an uber driver to help him rob a bank and stream it live on facebook. the suspect randomly giving the cash away to strangers. now, he's behind bars today. wednesday, january 11th, 2017. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> good morning, everyone. welcome to "today" on a wednesday morning. i'm matt lauer alongside meredith vieira.
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savannah continues on maternity leave. we have a lot to get to. potential explosive, yet unverified reports, that the russian government has compromising information about donald trump. the information was included in briefing materials, and it was based on separate, longer document paid for by political operatives and opponents of mr. trump. which included unsubstantiated allegations of sexual activities by him in russia. we're going to talk to mr. trump's chief of staff in a moment. first, our political team has complete coverage, beginning with nbc's andrea mitchell. good morning to you. >> good morning, matt. only nine days before he takes the oath of office, and hours before his first news conference in six months, donald trump is dealing with that potential bomb shell about russia, which he is calling a political witch hunt. >> reporter: two u.s. officials tell nbc news briefing materials prepared for both the
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president-elect and president obama included information concerning potentially damaging, but unverified allegations, about donald trump's dealings with russia. information initially circulated among trump's republican opponents and passed to u.s. intelligence agencies. the officials would not say whether the fbi was actively investigating the information. the president-elect tweeting in capital letters, fake news. a total political witch hunt. nbc's lester holt in an exclusive interview asked president obama about it. >> i ordered a report about russia's involvement in the hacking of the dnc and passing on that information to wikileaks because i felt it was important now that the election was over, for everybody to understand exactly what happened in order to prevent it from happening again. in order to make sure we're working effectively with our allies so that misinformation and cyber attacks don't end up
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undermining democratic structures around the world. >> reporter: the president-elect's spokesman, spicer, calling the allegation pathetic. while kellyanne conway told seth meyers trump was never briefed on the allegation. >> they appended two pages to the bottom of the intelligence -- >> i believe it said they did brief him. >> he is not aware of it. >> that concerns me. >> reporter: earlier, james comey would not say whether his investigation investigated possible contacts between the trump campaign and the russian government. >> i would never comment on investigations, whether we have one or not, in an open forum like this. >> reporter: surprising one senator, since comey broke precedent, speaking volumes about the clinton e-mail investigation. >> the irony of that statement, i cannot avoid. >> reporter: all this while trump's nominee nor secretary of
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state, exxonmobil ceo rex till erms -- tillerson will have his confirmation meeting today. he said, our nato allies are right to be alarmed at a resurgent russia. democrats have questions. >> we understand he was a business person doing business in russia. can he now all of a sudden change and be interested in the foreign policy issues, american values, and not be so concerned about making mr. putin happy? >> and a major question for donald trump once he becomes president, will he continue the investigations into russian intelligence and interference in the american election, or will he cancel the sanctions that president obama ordered against vladimir putin? matt and meredith, back to you. >> andrea, thank you very much.
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reince priebus will serve as president-elect trump's chief of staff. good morning. good to see you. >> good morning, matt. >> let me ask you straight ahead, during that intelligence briefing last week at trump tower with the head of the fbi, the cia, dni and nsa, was mr. trump briefed on the contents of this and the two-page summary of that information? >> i'll tell you this, i was in the room, matt. the first i heard of any of these wild accusations was when someone printed it off of the buzzfeed website which, by the way, buzzfeed themselves said it is not even credible. what i can tell you is that this is not an intelligence document. this is some retired agent somewhere out in the world that was doing opposition research on donald trump during the campaign. and i looked into a couple of these accusations. so i brought one of the accusations was that michael cohen, who works in the trump
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organization, went to prague to meet with some russian agent. the guy has never been to prague in his life. i told him to give me his passport. i looked through the passport, matt. he's never been to prague. in fact, it was later last evening verified that he was actually in california. >> so are you saying -- >> look -- >> -- the heads of the foreign intelligence agencies would take the time to brief the president and perhaps give a summary of this information to the president-elect if they thought there was a chance this was simply fake news? >> didn't happen. there are certain things i can't say and do say, but what i can tell you is that i was there. these crazy accusations, these -- that i just talked about were never discussed. >> reince, have you read the full report, the 35 pages? >> i've read most of it. but what i can tell you is that
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even "new york times" last night refused to public this document, which is not an intelligence document. keep in mind, this is some retired guy somewhere out in the world acting like ian fleming, apparently trying to maybe write a fiction novel. i don't know what he is doing. >> in the past, he has been a credible source. although in this case -- >> in the past, how do you know that? >> he is said to have gotten information from other sources who cannot be verified within russia. >> someone in the past who has been a source, somewhere in something that you don't know about is somehow now attached to this document that not even the "new york times" will publish. which bases its entire report on a meeting in prague that never happened. the guy has never been to prague. here we are on the "today" show, w one of the greatest morning shows in america, talking about stupidity. actually, offensive crap that we shouldn't be talking about.
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buzzfeed itself said it is not credible. the "new york times" said it was done by opposition researchers that wanted to hurt trump during the campaign. this is garbage. >> okay. let me ask you this though -- >> shameful is what it is. >> have you taken the time to just look mr. trump in the eye and say to him, here's what they're alleging. can you tell me, point-blank, none of this ever happened? >> he said it was total garbage. and i'm keeping it clean. >> so why do you believe that the intelligence committee would hand over this document if it is total garbage? >> listen, i don't know if they did or didn't. if they did, shame on them. but i don't know who -- where this came from. look, this guy is a paid political operative. it is not like he is a guy that is in the intelligence community in the uk. this is a guy who retired, opened up a shop, gets paid by political operatives to go dig up dirt and create these memos. this is not an intelligence
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document. an intelligence document doesn't have handwritten page numbers on the corner. it's not -- and the other thing i can tell you is if this was actually something our intelligence community believed in, it would have been published for the public, and the rest of the report would have been available to the public. obviously, it wasn't credible enough for them to actually put in a document for the public to see. >> the timing of this, reince, comes on the -- came on the eve of this news conference that -- this long-awaited news conference from president-elect trump today. will he address this at the head of that news conference? >> i mean, it might come up, but i would imagine his answers are going to be similar to what you heard me say. which is, honestly, guys, if the thing is based on a meeting in prague, when the guy that was supposed to be meeting was never in prague his entire life -- it is verifiable. the news media is -- this is going to be decided whether he was in prague or not. he's never been to prague in his life. it's been reported he was in
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california. i don't even know why we're talking about this. >> there is one other side of this. >> this is a document that has been floating around for months. >> let me, again, because it is important, we're going to -- this story is going to develop or go nowhere. you're right about that. let me ask for the record, can you say with 100% confidence that mr. trump or any aide or former aide, nor his lawyer, had any contact with russian intelligence officials or the russian government during the campaign? >> here's what i can tell you, i questioned folks on this matter. i've been a litigator for 14 years before i took this job. i looked at the passport page by page. it was then verified that this person wasn't in prague. he was in california. it didn't happen. and the other salacious garbage that was in this report didn't happen. so, look, we're talking about fake news.
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it is shameful. it isn't a document that came from our intelligence community. it is research that has been floating around for months. >> reince, i'm not sure that's what matt was asking. i think he is asking, can you say with 100% confidence that mr. trump or anybody in his campaign had no conversations with anybody in russia during the campaign. >> no. i mean, i'm just telling you, it is all phony baloney garbage. >> okay. >> i've read this on buzzfeed. there is nothing to it. look, i know you guys are going to keep talking about it, but i think it is one of these shameful thing that is bubbled up at the last second here before the press conference, and it is too bad. >> i don't think you could have stated your side of it any more strongly, and we appreciate that. >> thank you so much. >> all right. thanks, guys. >> let's turn to jeremy bash who served as chief of staff at the cia and department of defense. good morning to you. >> good morning, matt. >> you've heard what reince
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priebus said, called it total garbage. agrees with mr. trump's assessment that it is fake news. this goes to the voracity of a source and information, credibility of information. what are your sources telling you? >> well, i do think it makes sense this morning to drive under a caution flag and not race ahead of the facts. here's what we know. here's what we think. here's what we don't know. we know the russian government uses information to try to compromise people and influence our election process. that is what the declassified intelligence report that was published last friday said. it said the russian government was trying to meddle, trying to influence our policies, our political systems. he's wh here's what we think. we think intelligence officials thought the information was important enough to pass on to the president, the president-elect and congressional leaders. they're in a catch 22, matt. if they don't give their boss a heads up that the allegations are out there, they can be accused of hiding the ball.
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if it is out there, it is risks of leaks and misinformation and people start talking about it. of course, what we don't know, matt, at this hour, is whether any of the underlying allegations are accurate or fair. >> when it came to hacking the intelligence community had a very high sense of confidence about that information. do you think they feel the same way about this 35-page report? >> oh, i don't know how the intelligence community views the 35-page report. i think in their minds, in the minds of people whose job it is to guard the security of the united states, their view is that donald trump is going to be the 45th president of the united states. president obama said last night he was freely and fairly elected. he is going to take the oath of office. when a foreign intelligence service tries to use information, any information, to try to use leverage over our president, that affects all americans. that's not a democratic issue, republican issue. he is the president of all americans. and if some other government is going to try to use leverage over us, that becomes a national
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security threat. >> all right, jeremy bash, thanks for your insight. we appreciate it. >> thanks, matt. as we mentioned, president obama delivered his farewell address to the nation last night. the 50-minute speech covering everything from his achievements to the challenges that lie ahead. nbc's kristen welker is here with more on the speech. good morning. good to see you. >> great to see both of you. it was an emotional night last night in chicago. president obama saying good-bye while also facing a legacy that's in jeopardy. >> reporter: president obama returning to his adopted hometown of chicago and bidding a final farewell to an electrified crowd and a divided nation. >> made me a better president. and you made me a better man. >> reporter: the president giving a robust defense of his legacy, which could all but there dismantled by his successor. >> if i had told you we would open a new chapter with the cuban people, shut down iran's nuclear weapons program without firing a shot, take out the mastermind of 9/11, you might
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have said our sights were set a little too high. >> reporter: while the president didn't directly rebuke donald trump, he acknowledged, for him, this moment marks a setback. >> for every two steps forward, it often feels we take one step back. >> reporter: the speech was also a call to action to protect the nation's democracy. >> america is no fragile thing, but the gains of our long journey to freedom are not assured. >> reporter: and the president warned the biggest threats, hyperpartisanship, corrosive political rhetoric and discrimination in all its forms. >> that's why i reject discrimination against muslim americans. who are just as patriotic as we are. >> reporter: emotions overflowed when the president paid tribute to his family. >> michelle, for the past 25 years, you have not only been my wife and mother of my children, you have been my best friend.
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>> reporter: and his vice president. >> you were the first decision i made as a nominee, and it was the best. not just because you have been a great vice president, but because in the bargain, i gained a brother. >> reporter: after eight years and with his legacy on the line, america's first african-american president brought his historic journey full circle, returning to his original rallying cry. >> yes, we can. yes, we did. yes, we can. thank you. god bless you. >> so the question everyone was asking last night, where was the president's younger daughter, sasha? white house officials say she had an exam, something that parents and kids all across the country can probably relate to. last night also marked one more bookend. the president's final trip on air force one. >> what was sasha's teacher's name? you think you could get out of
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one exam at that moment. >> serious student. >> it was quite a speech. >> emotional night. great throb. >> -- to be there. >> lester holt interviewed the president before his final speech and you can see it on "barack obama, the reality of hope." friday at 10:00 p.m., 9:00 p.m. feder central here on nbc. >> mr. roker is here. we've been talking about the west coast and we're going to continue. portland is getting hammered. some places picking up 12 inches or more. schools throughout the region, closed down. portland's airport open, technically, but there is going to be massive delays as they clear runways. and more is coming, especially from central and southern california up into the north. we're looking at more snow. it is going to continue to pound, especially this next storm coming in for southern california today on into tomorrow, with more snow into central california. then what we're looking at basically is a lot of rain.
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anywhere from two to three inches, especially to the east of los angeles. could be upwards of five inches of rain. anywhere from one to two feet of snow in the sierra with blizzard warnings, 70-mile-per-hour wind warnings, 70-mile-per-hour wind pb&j. it's just pb&j. unless you make it right. then it becomes a sandwich as mighty as it is humble. easier to make than a mistake. as simple as a sunny day, but just as perfect. when you make a pb&j with smucker's, that's the difference between ordinary everyday and exquisitely delicious in an everyday sort of way. because with a name like smucker's, it has to be good. good morning. meteorologist bill henley. issued ice.
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that's until 9:00 this morning. there are some areas of frozen ground that led to icy spots. didn't dry out overnight. slippery conditions first thing this morning then see drying conditions. partly sunny and 47 in philadelphia. 48 for the suburbs. well into the 40s for delaware and lehigh valley. have a great day. very much. . coming up, will president obama pardon chelsea manning? this morning, the never before heard apology from the former military specialist convicted of a massive leak of classified government documents. and the decision now resting with the president. and an uber driver in miami forced to live stream his passenger robbing a bank. you won't believe what the suspect did with the cash before being arrested. first, this is "today" on nbc.
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suburbs and some colder spots in northern delaware may see those colder temperatures as well. issued first alert until 9:00 this morning. temperature is above freezing for most neighborhoods in the air, but frozen grounds is allowing icy spots to form leading to slippery conditions. here see the temperatures above freezing in the 40s for philadelphia. suburbs lehigh valley different story. little bit cooler. that's where you saw it this morning 6789 during the day, temperatures warm up nicely. won't be an issue later this morning. let's talk more about the road conditions with first alert traffic reporter jessica boyington. >> watching all the slippery spots a spots and spots and bypass cameras. multiple accidents reported. 30 westbound at newport pike and another one at 82 northbound. keep you updated throughout the day on the icing conditions and any update on the accident.
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7:30 on this wednesday morning, the 11th of january, 2017. milder this morning in rockefeller plaza. good news for those nice people hanging out with us this morning. we'll get out there and say hi in a couple of minutes. meanwhile, inside studio 1a, happy to have meredith vieira back while she fills in for savann savannah. >> been having a good time this week. let's take a look at the headlines. moscow allegedly gathered information on the president-elect. we spoke about it earlier with reince priebus.
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he described mr. trump's response this way. >> he said it was total garbage, and i'm keeping it clean. >> a spokesperson for russian president vladimir putin says the entire story is utter nonsense. this morning, the families of the nine people killed in the south carolina church massacre get a chance to speak directly to the man convicted in the shooting. on tuesday, a federal jury sentenced dylann roof to death. a judge is expected to formally accept the sentence today. thousands in southern california evacuated as rains threaten to flood their neighborhoods. a creek actually overplflowed i banks north of san francisco. let's get more from miguel almaguer. good morning to you. >> matt, good morning. sonoma county is known as wine
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country but now rivers are above flood stage. though levels are dropping in some areas, rivers are raging all across this region. >> reporter: overnight just outside sacrament to, high dram. 13-foot levy breached, thousands scrambling for high ground but catastrophe avoided. the storm dropped 20 inches of rain in some areas. the russian river winding through wine country and the n historic town of guerin ville, flooding homes. >> wild things. >> reporter: with water washing out streets, ice-coated roads across the west. while snow buried others. gridlock on i-70 in colorado after multiple avalanches. >> we're stuck. and the conditions are god awful. >> reporter: in the sierra
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mountains, a blizzard with hurricane-force winds. in seven days, nine feet of snow dumped in some spots. this morning, falling trees, collapsing roofs and rock slides remain a serious threat. the most severe punch from this weather has passed, but not the danger it leaves behind. >> this morning, this region is still trying to dry out, but we're getting more rain and snow in the forecast. it is predicted to get some five inches of rain and five feet of snow. a deadly storm system that is slowly, very slowly, moving out. matt, al and meredith, back to you. >> miguel almaguer, thanks. there's bad weather for other parts of the koun thicoun >> the same system will cause what could be a potentially crippling ice storm for a wide swath of the country this weekend. high pressure is pushing freezing air south from canada to the midwest and the mid plains. this warm gulf air is going to
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rise up over this stationary front. as it does, it cools. the precipitation will fall. it is warm enough to start as rain, but because there is freezing, cold air down at the surface, as soon as that rain hits, it'll contact with the cold ground and become freezing rain. look at this. we start off friday from oklahoma to st. louis. it'll be rain south but from amarillo to st. louis, we're talking about ice. as we move into saturday, it stretches from texas all the way to washington, d.c. we can't give you how much, and it is going to be a timing issue. but we also see this lasting right on into sunday and maybe monday, from texas into st. louis. more ice, the accumulations still a little too early to tell you. but i will say this, we have the potential for power lines down, massive problems as far as air and road travel. so you want to put this on your radar. no pun intended. i think this could be a
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dangerous situation for a good thrt of e weekend. pennsylvania sbushing until 9:00 this morning. there are some areas of frozen ground that has led to icy spots. areas that didn't dry out overnight. slippery conditions first thing this morning. then we'll see drying conditions. temperatures warming. partly sunny in philadelphia. well into the 40s for delaware and lehigh valley. more rain comes in tonight. have a great day. check out your weather you get and need on the weather channel. >> al, thank you very much. now to a bizarre story out of miami. man accused of forcing an uber driver to help him rob a bank and streaming it live on facebook. that suspect then giving the money away to strangers. here's nbc's kerry sanders. >> reporter: the world is watching as the drama unfolds on facebook live.
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>> i'll show the money. >> reporter: the man in the suit is 35-year-old enrique antonio gomez. the uber driver says he is forced to live stream the pictures, posted with the caption, omg 911 i need help. the driver says he was threatened with a bomb and forced to go to a bank. else is th estrada was in the bank and frightened. >> he was in there 45 minutes. one of the girls said the guy had a computer with wires. >> so he has a bomb. it's got a timer. >> reporter: they drive to world famous ocean drive, where shocked vacationers watch him pass out the money. >> so people just ran across the street to start grabbing money. i went over there. >> reporter: by then, authorities had been alerted. they took gomez and the uber driver into custody, closed off
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the street using a roadblock to check for explosives. they found none. the driver was questioned by the fbi and released without being charged. gomez is being held in federal custody. his wife and lawyers not commenting. >> she has no comments. >> crazy when you have bank robberies and bomb threats. that's the world we live in today, too. >> reporter: for "today," kerry sanders, nbc news, miami. do you ever get criticism from people about your weather forecast? >> my children. >> seriously? >> they're so smart. >> you are going to love the story we have coming up. how one weatherman got back at his daughter for challenging his forecast. first, could convicted document
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surgery. the question for the president is the seven years manning served enough? >> all these people standing down there. >> reporter: the case broke in 2010 with all the makings of a spy thriller. >> a senior pentagon official says the prime suspect is 22-year-old army private first class bradley manning. >> i think he should be executed for doing what he did. >> reporter: private manning on a operative base sentenced to 35 year years in prison for leaking files to wikileaks. the day after the verdict, another bombshell. when manning announced she was a transgender woman, now known as chelsea. >> was chelsea manning a spy? >> she was not. she was an individual who, i think, we count on in america. she was a whistleblower. she was somebody who turns to, like so many other whistleblowers, a journalist in order to reveal information that
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the american public not only should know but needs to know. >> reporter: army reserve offic officer combs was manning's officer, and told her to plead to counts and trust the military justice system. >> i've represented murders, rapist and child molesters. none of them receive 35 years. >> reporter: hoping to persuade president obama to reduce the sentence. officials tell nbc news a commutataion is being considered by the president. manning is on the short list. four former intelligence officers tell nbc in hindsight, the manning sentence seems excessive to them. the impact of the manning leaks left damage and was believed at the time. at her trial, manning apologized for her actions but the apology was never heard outside the courtroom until now.
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the audiotape obtained by nbc news. >> first, your honor, i want to start off with an apology. i'm sorry. i'm sorry that my actions hurt people. i'm sorry that it hurt the united states. >> reporter: among the most explosive of the leaked material, this video. >> fire. >> reporter: a shocking u.s. army apache helicopter attack on a group of people in iraq. 11 were killed, including two reuters journalists. manning said how distressed she was by what seemed to her as a devaluing of human life. >> was the government able to point to any specific damage, any loss of life, any compromise of u.s. intelligence as a result of the releases from chelsea manning? >> no, they were not. and we had secret sessions of the court marshall, where that would be the place the government would do that. the answer was no. what they'd be able to show, and what they did show, was certain diplomats had their feelings
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hurt. certain countries were upset. >> reporter: again, manning addressing the judge on that never before heard audiotape. >> i can only go forward. i want to go forward. before i can do that though, i understand that i must pay a price for my decisions and actions. >> reporter: the judge decided the price was 35 years. now, the question for the president. was that too much? is seven years enough? >> this case certainly took a long time to get over. i've had many acquittals since. none of them have filled the void that i feel with this outcome. personally -- >> this one hurt? >> it did. i would be the happiest person i think alive, next to maybe chelsea, if the president does, in fact, kocommute her sentence >> many officials believe the sentence was driven in part by another leaker, edward snowden, whose actions came to light as
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manning's trial was wrapping up. snowden's disclosures, the officials we spoke to agree, were far more damaging to america's interest, but snowden was beyond their reach in russia. manning, they say, paid the price. >> cynthia, thank you so much. >> as you mention, we'll find out within the next nine days. >> we will. >> thank you. coming up, the rough and tumble world of politics on full display during the "today" show's first 65 years. show's first 65 years. weme to reach my goals. i us'e so i liked when my doctor told me i may reach my blood sugar and a1c goals by activating what's within me with once-weekly trulicity. trulicity is not insulin. it helps activate my body to do what it's supposed to do release its own insulin. trulicity responds when my blood sugar rises. i take it once a week, and it works 24/7. it comes in an easy-to-use pen and i may even lose a little weight.
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just before 8:00. good morning. we have issued a first alert for icy conditions on the roads in portions of our region this morning. here's meteorologist bill henley with details. >> for some neighborhoods in the lehigh valley portions of northern delaware until 9:00 this morning. some of the coldest temperatures of the morning are happening right now. frozen ground leading to sigh si spots. hasn't dried out from rain overnight. slippery conditioning found in these neighborhoods. just move down to 39 degrees in the suburbs. there are some chilly neighborhoods as well in delaware. look at newark right in the lower 30s right now. the ground is a little bit colder. we will see improving conditions throughout the day. got sunshine. the temperatures will warm from the 30s and 40s into the upper 40s for much of the area today. rain holds off until this
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evening. >> we do not know if slippery conditions were a factor in this breaking news. this accident. new video into nbc 10 of accident involving a school buses into a tree in new castle county. sky force 10 over newark. short time ago. medics took the school buses driver and three students to the hospital with minor injuries. now let's check on conditions of the roads across the area with jessica boyington. watching the roads. 17th street watching delays approaching an accident scene. on the southbound side. all the traffic moving towards the schuylkill starting to see big slow downs there. watch out for a crash on haverford township. keep you updated on air and on nbc 10 app. free down load. another update in about 25 minutes. today show continuings in a couple minutes.
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mirror? actor joseph fiennes under fire this morning after his face is revealed in his role as pop legend michael jackson. a sneak peek at his off the wall performance. today, wednesday, january 11th, 2017. ♪ i think i finally found my hallelujah ♪ >> happy 18th birthday. we're on the "today" show. >> hi to all our friends and family back in pittsburgh. go steelers! >> good morning, italy.
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♪ good to be alive right about now ♪ ♪ good, good, good to be alive right about now ♪ >> celebrating our 29th anniversary on the plaza. >> we're sisters and made it to the plaza. ♪ good to be alive right about now ♪ >> we're back at 8:00 on this wednesday morning. it is the 11th day of january, 2017. we have a nice crowd of people out on the plaza. thank you so much. nice to meet you. pleasure. it's actually nice out today. >> it is. >> much better. >> what is the temp? >> we don't have it up today. >> it'll get to the 50s, won't it? >> al? >> it will get to the 50s. >> really nice. meredith is pitching in all week long while savannah is on maternity leave. we got to see savannah last night, little dinner. great to see her. >> very happy. >> fun dinner for your 20th. >> thank you very much.
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staying in town on a week night. >> not going to happen again, matt, so milk it, baby. just ahead, new apps to protect your privacy and even help you exercise. the best of the best in 2017. >> do you have a lot of apps on your phone you never use? >> too many, yeah. >> probably. >> we'll get rid of some for you. first, headlines. time for your news at 8:00. good morning. we begin this morning with a very busy day in politics. i'm hallie jackson in new york. where donald trump is now strongly denying a report of russian-related collections of unverified allegations against him. in a tweet storm just this morning, writing, crooked opponents try to belittle our victory with fake news. a sorry state. in another message, questioning if we are living in nazi germany. >> reporter: relations with russia front and center this morning. two u.s. officials with direct knowledge tell nbc news,
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briefing materials prepared for president-elect donald trump included information that initially circulated among trump opponents and was passed to u.s. intelligence agencies, making damaging allegations about trump's dealings with russians. the courses would not comment on the nature of the allegations. neither said the fbi was actively investigating the information, which has not been verified by u.s. agencies. as the news was breaking, trump tweeting, fake news, political witch hunt. the incoming white house chief of state, reince priebus, earlier on "today." >> have you looked mr. trump in the eye and said the to him, here's what they're alleging. can you tell me, point-blank, none of this ever happened? >> he said it was total garbage. and i'm keeping it clean. >> reporter: nbc's lester holt asked president obama about it in an exclusive interview. >> mr. president, before we sat down, there was word from sources that the intel report on
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russian hacking had information that suggested there might have been an effort by the russians to compromise donald trump. can you confirm that? can you tell us what you know? >> i haven't seen the reports. we were on a plane together, and i haven't read the news since then. and as a matter of principle and national security, i don't comment on classified information. >> reporter: the new information potentially fodder for an already high-stakes showdown on capitol hill. in the spotlight today, exxonmobil ceo rex tillerson, president-elect trump's choice for secretary of state, whose business ties to russia make him one of trump's more controversial picks. for attorney general nominee jeff sessions, his hearing tuesday interrupted nine times by protesters. >> we need to end the racism in the united states. >> reporter: sessions fighting back against allegations of racism that cost him a judgeship? 1986, calling them damably
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false. >> it is hateful ideology. >> reporter: on the list today, congressman john lewis and democrat cory booker in a first, a sitting senator testifying against a colleague. >> we've seen jeff sessions as the senator, voting against -- or speaking out against ideals around the voting rights act. >> clearly, plenty for the president-elect to talk about today at his first news conference here at trump tower in 168 days. matt? >> hallie, thank you very much. president obama back at the white house this morning after delivering his farewell address to the nation last night in chicago. he urged americans to bridge their differences and fight discrimination, which he called a threat to our democracy. >> that's why we cannot withdraw from big, global fights, to
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expand democracy and human rights and women's rights and lgbt rights. >> the president also said americans need to break out of their bubbles and get involved when they see something that needs fixing. coming up, trust an app or your own dad? the back and forth between a weatherman and his daughter that has people talking. >> al is going to have something to say about this. and think 2016. a crazy year in politics. we're going to look back at 65 years of the biggest political stories as we covered them here on (vo) the holidays may be over but if you hurry, you can still get the best deals on the best network. like verizon's best smartphones for only $10 per month. like the samsung galaxy s7. the pixel, phone by google. or the motoz droid. for only $10 per month. plus, hurry in and switch to verizon now and get up to $650 to cover your costs.
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>> sorry. >> it's okay. >> i was complimenting her flower. >> looks like it should squirt. >> it does look like that. >> give me a chance. >> anyway, you go to an airport and get on an escalator, one of the moving walkways. what's the etiquette? >> go ahead. >> what is it? >> stand to the right and walk to the left. >> apparently, no, that's not what you're supposed to do. >> what? >> experts in china say that all that stress on one side of the escalator caused by people walking up and down it increases the chance that it will break down. plus, a lot of escalators are not meant to be walked on. >> oh. >> bottom line, get on the escalator, stand wherever you want, don't move. >> that is not going to happen. >> and get yelled at by everybody behind you. >> exactly. forget about it. >> al, the next story is for you. a trusted forecaster is the chief meteorologist of our atlanta affiliate.
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he has an 18-year-old daughter, clair, and she was watching last night when chris warned of an approaching snowstorm. after his report, here's what clair texted him. the weather app says it is not going to snow. chris wrote, thank you, and maybe your weather app will pay for your college. >> way to go. >> it went viral and reached more than 10 million people on facebook. chris said his daughter has been a good sport. guess what? chris was right. it did snow. >> yeah. >> father knows best. >> al, do your kids jump on you? >> my son nick, from time to time, will say, that's not what chris said. i'll say, go live with chris and let him buy you the steph curry sneakers. >> at least he is proud and watches you. >> no, he waits until i get home. >> he has an analytic mind. don't put that down. these days, people create surprise videos with phones and post them on the web. sometimes, the results are not good. here's an example where things
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went really well. the university of michigan wanted to surprise a basketball player. to do it, they enlisted the help of campus security. watch. >> it's come to our attention your conduct on campus is related to a number of ongoing investigations. your involvement in such matters require your immediate presence in front of the university compliance office right now. >> okay. >> grab your hat and coat. you'll be escorted to the compliance office. upon there, you'll sign the papers to be awarded a men's basketball scholarship for the winter term with the university. [ applause ] >> oh, my gosh. >> by the way, this all happened -- that was andrew. it all happened in front of his coaches. you could see, as well, his teammates. andrew's dad, who hosts a radio show for espn, said, quote, if
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you're always in church, library and the christian science reading room like you tell me, why were you even nervous? >> that was a great story. so he wasn't in trouble. >> no. this next story is about a husband who probably is. anybody have a drone? >> i have a drone. >> what do you use it for? >> to fool around in the yard. >> i thought you said clone. i'm not here right now. >> one husband thought it would be a good idea to land his drone on his wife's back. >> oh, geez. >> guess what? it was caught in her hair. to make things worse, he started recording the aftermath. shouldn't have done that. >> oh! >> luckily, she only had to cut a small piece of her hair to free herself. >> don't take off again. >> safe to say, the husband is probably on the couch. i can imagine what she'd like to cut off of him but who knows. >> whoa zblcht. >> you do not lose your hair to a drone. >> think we went far there.
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>> trying to imagine where you had the other drone landing. thank you, meredith. >> carson? >> let's get to pop start. our first casting choice that stirred controversy. joseph fiennes was picked to play michael jackson in a british comedy. depicting something that purportedly happened, a road trip that jackson took after 9/11. warning, it is weird. >> get ready for the finale. >> michael? >> i sense the danger. >> always had a keen sense of smell. >> prince was trying to kill his monkey through dreams. >> ms. taylor. >> anybody want to chime in? >> you described it perfectly. >> joseph fiennes said he was shocked as someone that he was casted as michael. it is not a biopic. it premieres in the uk next
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week. >> makes me want to see it. next, "star wars" fans, w l george lucas will open a new museum in los angeles. the futuristic site will house his artwork and priceless memorabilia from many movies. he is funding the project to a tune of $1 billion. i'll broadcast live on the "today" show when it opens, please! >> i'm there with you. >> it'll be cool. >> i'll be here. >> are you okay? all right. a little trick on the camera there. camera, thank you very much. >> you got it. >> mr. roker? >> is it safe? >> yes. >> the area has been cleared out for you. >> body has been removed. >> my golly. we are, again, talking about the west, where they've had massive rain, flooding, snow up the pacific northwest. we are looking anywhere from 1.5
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to 3 inches of rain. some areas east of los angeles could pick up 5 inches of rain. in the mountains, blizzard warnings with 75-mile-per-hour wind gusts and difficult travel. also, a big warmup throughout the gulf coast. into the mid-atlantic states, boston, today, 52, 20 degrees above average. mobile, 17 above average. into thursday, new york city tomorrow, we'll get to 60 degrees, almost 25 degrees abov. this weekend, the cold air comes back. friday, chilly in minneapolis. 7. new york city, 46 on friday. saturday, we're at 31 degrees. that what's going on aroun'sd good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. i have issued a first alert for dangerous ice in some neighborhoods in the lehigh valley and burks and the suburbs of delaware. this is going to go until 9:00 this morning. the ground is frozen and the air
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temperature is above freezing. so frozen ground that has not dried out is leading to icy spots and slippery conditions. dry and warming throughout the day with sunshine and upper 40s in philadelphia and the suburbs and lots of sunshine and mid-40s in the lehigh valley and delaware. have a great day. back to your latest weather. al, thank you very much. now to more of our celebration, counting down to the "today" show's 65th anniversary. when it started, harry truman was president and perhaps one of "today"'s first fans. >> as the story goes, when he was in new york, he'd plan his morning walks to pass by the show. that was captured in this photo taken outside our original studio. >> wow. >> every sitting president along with lawmakers have appeared on "today." >> politics on "today" is exciting. sometimes unexpected. >> it is controversial. it is emotional. >> the "today" program is kind
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of like a town hall. it is where everybody met in the morning to set the agenda for the day. >> "today" is basically a news and special events program the geared to keep the people in touch with the world. >> anyone running for office has to show up on the "today" show. through the years, it's been a whole parade of politicians. >> barbara walters was the first female co-anchor. >> barbara was determined. >> what would you like americans to know about you and cuba? >> she had a lot of that nasena a time when females weren't taken seriously. >> you're hard on female reporters, mr. president. >> i'm hard on every reporter. >> why, when he had it all, did it happen? >> after her, we kept oncoming. >> how can the republicans get back on track? >> some people are left with the
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impression that you're ruthless, a sore loser. >> katie, katie. >> what is the future you wish for iran? >> president obama's birth certificate, you don't seem convinced he has one. >> it is not encouraged to use your personal e-mail. do you get how bad it looks? >> 1600 pennsylvania avenue, known, of course, at the white house. beautiful mansion, is it not? >> there's something about walking up to the white house. >> there's nothing like opening our show on the steps of the white house, and then knocking on the door and walking in. >> smile and wave, boys. smile and wave. >> hi, mom. >> any time you get a chance to interview the president of the united states, it's a very, very he heady experience. >> this is a great country. >> first interview with a president on a regularly scheduled television program. >> you're giving voice to voter
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concerns, and you're the one who is being asked to make sure whenever this person says, that you hold their feet to the fire. >> if people say the whole truth and nothing but, why should i vote for you and not jerry brown? >> are you setting the highest example for someone running for the highest office in the land? >> when katie was interviewing barbara bush, and president bush walked? >> look who wandered? >> i had to fly by the seat of my pants. >> do you have any knowledge for the iran-contra deal? >> absolutely not. >> i talked to him for about 19 minutes and 23 seconds, but who is counting. >> being in the oval office with george w. bush on one of the anniversaries of 9/11 was one of the more intense interviews i've done. >> my job is to protect this country, matt, and i'm going to within the law. >> it was a physical interview. i never saw anything like that before. >> and, yet, at the end, we shook stanhands, and both of us
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understood we were there doing our jobs. >> it is an incredible privilege and responsibility to say, god morn -- good morning, this is our new president. >> the age of carter. >> when it came to news, something would be unresolved the night before. 7:00 in the morning, i would be there with the resolution of it. >> the major story, of course, is the size and the scope of the ronald reagan victory. >> we introduce america to its new chapter. >> bill clinton has been elected the next president of the united states. >> one of the most significant political events we've ever covered was the presidential race in the year 2000. >> no winner yet in the presidential contest. it's all anyone is talking about. >> we'd go into our morning meeting talking about, we can't believe what's happening here. >> i'll never forget tim with that white board. >> these are the people that will decide whether this ends tomorrow, ends friday, ends a month from now. >> boy, was he right. >> we're watching people holding up voting receipts. was it a hanging --
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>> it was crazy. >> it can be said, president-elect bush. >> here we are, on the inauguration stand. >> i, dwight d. eisenhower. >> congratulations, mr. president. >> inauguration of barack obama. here was this man breaking a barrier. >> there is a real buzz in the air here and really all around the country. >> those are one of the moments where you pinch yourself. i can't believe i'm here. >> it's just incredible to be sitting there at that desk, at a moment when everything is changing. >> the nation is waking up to a stunning upset. donald trump is the president-elect of the united states. >> i think on the "today" show, the human side of politicians come to light, as well. >> there are those spontaneous moments. >> i'm looking for the birthday girl. >> came to see if you wanted to job with me today. >> i'm ready. >> during the inaugural, barbara bush had to come over and kiss willie scott.
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i like to think i was able to continue the tradition. i didn't get a kiss from vice president biden but i got a handshake. >> yeah, all right! yes! yes! >> the "today" show allows you to have fun with people. and to talk about serious issues. and i think that's why it is endured the way it has. >> what we didn't see is after joe biden shook your hand, didn't you drop the mic? let it go there? >> i did. >> did you pay for that? >> it is an amazing thing. we are blessed and privileged to be in the front row of so many tremendous occasions that define this country. >> what you showed in that, too, is the personal side. there is a political side but it is fun to watch the other side come out. >> it's been fun to look back at the stories. tomorrow, we'll look back at some of our favorite musical moments here on "today." >> are you singing? >> no. >> all right. >> said favorite. >> but carson is dancing.
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>> oh! >> that's right. >> by the way, can't wait to see you in a couple weeks at the inauguration. can't wait. on the parade route, to see what he does. >> yeah. >> i know you'll be there, and i can't wait for that, too. >> absolutely. >> i want to see who you get. just ahead, can joy bauer help craig embrace vegetables and stay away from meat all month long? we'll get an
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good morning. i'm katy zachry and just a few my newts before 8:30. we have issued an alert because of dangerous icy conditions, but things should improve around this afternoon. can you tell us more, bill? >> yes, some neighborhoods that are colder that has led to dangerous ice, in lehigh valley, and berks county, and northern delaware. until 9:00, the first alert is in place, and with the lower temperatures, the slippery conditions will be improving, but in the short term, temperatures in the 30s for delaware and the suburbs and the lehigh valley is especially cold with many neighborhoods in freezing or close.
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those are the air temperatures, a sobd thnd so the ground tends cooler. >> and breaking news from delaware. it is not clear if this crash involving ale school bus in new castle county is weather-related or no. but three students and a bus driver are being treated for minor injuries. and now, a check of the roads for jessica boyington keeping an eye on 295. >> yes, in the belmar area, an earlier stent is improve and over to the shoulder, and that is why there is no major delays. just 14 minutes there to the expressway. >> thank you. we will have another update in about 30 minutes. now, back to "today" show.
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back at 8:30 on this wednesday morning. it is the 11th of january 2017. day three of meredith vieira's return as co-host here on the show. while savannah spends time with charlie, vale and mike. can the ultimate carnivore go meat free for an entire month? we'll check in on team craig melvin and his start "today" challenge. winter is terrible for your skin. don't worry. we have new solutions with dr. debbie. also, how many apps are on your phone you use? we'll clean out the space wasters and replace them with
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the awesome new apps that'll make 2017 better for everybody. first, you're busy. >> why did you look at me when you said space waster? anyway, let's see what is happening as far as your weather for today. bitter cold in the plains. yet unseasonably mild through the gulf and mid-atlantic states. we have heavy snow back through the west into the rockies. rainy conditions in southern california. tomorrow, the rain continues. the bitter cold air works east. possible report highs in the northeast with sunshine through the gulf. wet weather from texas all the way up into new england. that's what's go in good morning. i'm meteorologist bill hebly. i have have issued a first alert for dangerous ice in some neighb neighbors. in lehigh valley, the berks and delaware. and the ground is frozen while the air temperature is above freezing. so it is frozen ground that has not dried out is leading to icy spots, and slippery conditions. but dry and warming in the day
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with sunshine and the upper 40s for philadelphia and the suburbs. a lot of sunshine in new jersey and the middle 40s in lehigh valley and delaware. have a great day. >> by the way, you can get your weather any time you need it on the weather channel. >> al, thank you very much. let's have more of our start "today" live to 100 series. the daunting challenge facing "today" national correspondent craig melvin all month long. craig, tell us about it. >> matt, good morning. joy bauer has been showing me how to swap my meat-loving diet for nutrition-packed, vegetarian meals. we'll cook a couple of these dishes. the dishes that look delicious in a moment. first, a look at how she got me to put down the steak, pick up the tofu and work on my start "today" goals. >> reporter: when it comes to food, there is nothing i love more than a good steak. i also love a good challenge. >> i'm going to try to go vegetarian. 30 days, no meat. >> whoa! >> i'm going to be a pleasure to be around.
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>> you can do this. >> i enlisted joy bauer to help me pick my carnivore habits to the curb. >> you go vegetarian and it is bor boring, blah. >> it is only boring because you don't know about all of the options. >> reporter: at first, things got off to a shaky start. >> look at the steaks. >> close your eyes. don't do it. >> there are beans i've never heard of. those are just peas. nevermind. i've heard of peas. >> do you not look happy? >> i'm excited. this is great. >> reporter: joy opened my eyes to the wonders of a meat-free diet. >> the cool thing about tofu is it doesn't taste like anything, which means it takes on the flavor of whatever marinade you rub into it. i'm going to show you how to make cauliflower steak. >> steak. >> fake steak. >> okay. >> the reason i like quinoa is it cooks up just like rice. it is super easy to make, and it
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has twice the amount of protein. >> quinoa and cauliflower. my idea of a fun night, let me tell you. >> reporter: we stopped by my favorite restaurant so she could show me how to eat out without pigging out. >> they have a short rib special. you're laughing because you've never tried it. short ribs are fantastic. >> i'm feeling bad for you. >> so am i. >> we'll get the lentil soup, quinoa salad and a side of roasted root vegetables. look at the volume of what you're about to have for dinner as your main compared to this. twice as much food and probably ten times more nutrition. >> pretty good. >> oh, i just got a text. oh, it's from jenna. tell craig to start tomorrow and order a cheeseburger. nice one, jenna. >> now that i was ready to veg out, i needed my family's seal of approval. >> take a bite of the broccoli.
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awesome. i'm like the vegetable whisp whisperer. >> you are. >> competition over. you win because he's so cute. joy, good morning. >> morning. >> craig, good morning. i am a meat lover like craig. i feel his pain. how much pain are you going to put him through this month? >> first of all, you are surprising yourself because there are so many options. >> yeah. >> you're not hungry. >> no. >> you're feeling great and lost about five pounds. >> eating every four hours. probably just water weight at this point. but i have been pleasantly surprised that there are so many options out there. i haven't missed meat, though it is only a few days in. >> he's eating every four to five hours. he is choosing high quality starch and drinking ten cups of water a day. this is so packed with fiber and vitamins and materials that i need to make sure we're washing everything down. >> the cuts of water, it's a lot of time in the restaurant. no question about it.
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tell me about fake steak. >> i needed to come up with something he could use a steak knife with. so i took -- walk over here. i took chunks of cauliflower and brushed both sides with olive oil, a little salt, a little pepper. stick it on there. i threw it on the grill. five minutes on each side. why don't you slather on barbecue sauce. >> i love barbecue sauce. >> grill it another three to four minutes on each side, and you get fake steak. cauliflower steak. >> scale of one to ten. you love steak, a ten. where does this fall? >> i'll taste it first. >> it is a perfect side. i would say to couple it with a great, big bowl of lentil soup, black bean soup, chili. >> that's really not bad. >> i'll take not bad. what do you think? >> it is not bad. very tasty. >> did you see how easy it was to whip it up? next up, we have tofu. every vegetarian -- skeptical a.
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>> buy the extra firm tofu because it bakes up nicely when you do the cubes we'll do. you can get different consistencies. the silken is great for smoothies. i'll leave this for 30 minutes. reduced sodium soy sauce. a little bit of sesame oil, a little rice wine vinegar, honey over here. throw in that, a ginger and garlic. all you're going to do is marinate the tofu. bake it in the oven on 350 for about 40 minutes, flip it halfway through. this is packed with protein. you can put it in salads and pasta. what do you think? >> craig, what do you think? >> matt? >> taste this one. it is a buffalo wing. >> chicken, no chicken? >> that's better than the tofu i had the other day. >> you know what? you are in for a long, long
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month. >> you're going to -- wait, see what you think. >> dip that in the cheese. >> you are going to be praying for february 1st. >> matt, be a little forgiving. tempe fiery buffalo wing. >> my first time having it. >> 25 grams of protein. >> okay. the buffalo sauce is good. >> it is. >> in case anybody -- >> the buffalo sauce is good on your finger, on anything. god speed, my friend. enjoy. >> thank you. >> you guys are going to love this stuff. >> to follow along with craig's vegetarian meal plan, head to today.com/starttoday. tomorrow, jill will be here with a start "today" steals and deals. >> it is nutty. up next, much-needed help for your winter skin. first, this is "today" on nbc.
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we are back with "today" style. during the cold, winter months, protecting your skin can be a challenge. here with new treatments to banish your winter skin blues, dr. deborah. >> good morning. >> what is the one thing we should be doing every day? >> it is a key to have a great diet and be healthy with your exercise, sleep and all those things. once you're doing that, everything else will work real well for you. >> start with food. what's the saying, you are what you eat. there are good foods and bad. these are the good ones, correct? >> yes. avocadoes are great. use it topically on your hands to create an oil to hydrate it. they contain lots of great fats. tomatoes are antioxidants and help kill off the free radicals. you want lots of protein in your diet. eggs are really good for you because of the protein. they help with collagen and elast elastin. green tea is great. >> what are no-noes?
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>> these are the foods that are high in carbohydrates or refined sugars. white flour. >> bad for your skin. >> high glycemic index creates breakouts and your skin never looks great. skin that looks like the winter. you don't have the glow and your skin is not looking its best. >> a lot of over the counter products, which we love. and the hottest one now has to do with treating acne, right? >> yes. it is fantastic. differi differin has just become available over the counter. great for acne patients and the patients wanting to get rid of fine lines. its things to get rid of the lines. >> you can apply it for the whole face? >> use it sparingly, can be irritating to the skin. >> what if you need a boost? >> if you want a boost and the skin is dry and dull, i love the
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hyaluronic acid products. creams, lotions and gels are really fantastic. they have a thin, slippery effect. you can feel how nice they feel on your skin. they help to absorb water. they contain lots of hyaluronic acid. it is a sugar and absorbs water into your skin. >> i use this one, a cool effect in the morning. feels good. >> exactly. >> let's get to the guinea pigs. you're looking nervous here. you want a more aggressive treatment, head to your dermatologist's office. >> our patient has been complaining about some discoloration on her skin. and some brown spots. she'd like to lighten them up. we discussed a chemical peel, great for improving that. we're going to grab some of this right here. >> her husband is a little nervous about this. worried about what is going to happen. >> we're going to apply a peel solution on to her skin. it has a little bit of a tingling/burning sensation. >> is it burning? >> no. >> okay. >> not yet. >> we apply this on to the face.
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the face will then be a tiny red, maybe a little dry and irritated from the peeling solution. it'll take off some of these brown spots and give her a more hydrated, more radiant look. >> how long will it take? >> three to four days and then the peel will come off and her skin will look better. thank you. >> you don't need it. you look great. kerry >> this is laser. we're going to apply some laser googles on to carrie, who was complaining about sun damage on her skin. she has brown discoloration and feels her face looks flat and dull. we are going to apply some goggles on to her. >> why would you do this over the peel? >> this one stimulates collagen and helps to boost up collagen so the collagen is getting rid of more fine lines. it also will give a different type of peel. instead of a chemical
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exfoliation, it does it mechanically. for this machine, we turn on the machine. we're going to turn this on and treat her with the laser. and the laser will create a tingling/burning sensation. the machine is having a little bit of -- there we go. >> how long do you do this for? >> for about 10 minutes on the face. >> how many applications do you need? >> you need about one every other month. when we do this, she will feel a tingling or a stinging sensation. we can take those off. three to five days later, she'll feel a sandpaper sensation to the skin. >> we've run out of time. get rid of belly fat, which was the thing i wanted to talk about but we don't have time. >> sculpture. up next, make way for new apps. the best digital downloads to transform your life in 2017. first, this is "today" on nbc.
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we're back now at 8:47. if you're looking for a fresh start to 2017, here's a good idea. how about clearing off those old apps on your phone and make room for some new ones? today digital lifestyle expert mario armstrong is going to tell us all about the year's must-have apps. good morning. >> good to see you. >> i went by last night and looked at my phone to prepare for this. i had 18 apps on my phone i haven't used in at least six months. >> how many apps do you have, 20 total? >> 35. >> this is true. about 77% of the apps you download you end up not using after about three days or six months. >> you've got a great variety of apps you want us to have for 2017. >> i do. >> some argorganize us, some ges in shape. one important one keeps our information secure. talk about it. >> that's the first one. 1password. what is great is too many passwords for all the systems.
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you can't remember them all but it is important you have a password for everything. e-mail, amazon, all the different services you do. >> different passwords. >> this is giving you one place where you create a master password that only you know for all the services. you can put credit cards and other things you want to store in there. >> the app has been around a while but you want people to get it. is it secure? if someone gets this, they have the keys to the kingdom. >> heavy encryption. i use it for myself. when i log into gmail or anything else, i do it in one click and don't remember anything. >> second one is blue mail. what is it? >> no one loves their e-mail, matt. everybody can't stand it. this helps declutter the mail. it groups your mail into different categories or what they call, you know -- like for family, work, personal, unified. i can see all my different inboxes. if i have multiple e-mail
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accounts or multiple things, i can get all of that in one view. really simple to use. i love that i can mark things for later, come back to them and archive them for later and set reminders. >> all right. the next one you want to talk about is strava. >> this is the social network for athletes. a lot of people are working out and looking for goals for fitness. this is a social network that'll help whether you're a weekend warrior or training for the olympics. you'll show what you're doing, share that and track and analyze your work. heavy on stats. distance, elevation, calories burned. i love one feature they have in the premium service called beac beacon, which tracks you in real time. if you're jogging and want your family to know where you are, that's a great feature to have. >> best time of the football season. say you're in a sports bar and the game is on the monitor. this next app can help you hear the game. >> yes. any muted tv. if you're in a hospital, bar, airport, any muted tv, take the app, open the camera and take a picture. basically, you're scanning the
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screen. it will let you know on your phone, you're tuned in and you can listen to that screen live. it is all synced up. hear it on your headphones or connect it to a bluetooth speaker. great for those that are hearing impaired. >> this is prisma dealing with photos. >> i'll take one of you as we demo this. prisma transforms photos and videos into works of art. 30 styles you can have here with influencespicasso, van gogh and more. it uplifts any photo or any video you've taken and gives you the chance to actually change that to a really cool, inspired work of art. >> last but not least. >> last but not least, we have the "today" app. this is amazing. i love the new app. >> doing very well, by the way. >> it's been killing on the app store. doing amazing. i love the fact that you can get up to speed super quick, just in a day. open up the app, swipe up, see all the hot things that are happening. you're caught up to speed.
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plus, you get videos, recipes and everything under information. if you set up the notifications, you'll be the first to know when there are new things to show you. >> talented digital team around here. congrats on that. >> the whole crew. >> thank you very much. >> absolutely. >> by the way, you can download the new "today" app from your phone's app store. there you go. now over to carson. >> thank you, matt and mario. we have a lot to celebrate. in addition to launching the new app for the "today" show, the show is turning 65 this week. we combined the milestones. this is a video for the app users, showing 65 years of "today" in 65 seconds. great imagery there. that's not all. with the appy anniversary sweepstakes, you could win one of three prizes. an apple tv, ipad mini. head to today.com for more on how to enter. we're back in a moment. first, this is "today" on nbc.
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we are back at 8:54. al, time to talk about birthday wishes. >> let's do it. let's spin the smucker's jar and take a look and show you what's going on. let's start off first with herman of grand haven, michigan. this retired electrician, 100 years old. served in the army during world
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war ii. we thank you for your service. mary reynolds of youngstown, ohio, 100. she loves to read and stay up to date on current events. happy 100th to william gunther of new york. a talented guy who enjoys acting and tap dancing. all right. ruby christianson, 100 years young. this proud grandma is from oklahoma. she was a door to door salesperson for over 30 years. hal of north dakota, 100 years old. played semi-professional basketball. happy 100th birthday to victor cohen. this family guy is from washington, owned and operated his own nightclub. i like that. if you know someone celebrating their 100th birthday, want to hear about them. head to today.com/celebrates. >> i always love that. so great. >> yes. >> love doing that. >> al, thank you very much. appreciate it. what do you have coming up? >> we have a big half hour -- big half hour. not much going on in the second
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half hour. >> the show is going to be great. >> we're not going to tell you which half. >> exactly. >> so you average it out and it is good. we have craig robinson's karaoke showdown. >> that's good. >> good morning. i'm katy zachry and it is just before 9:00 on this wednesday. we have issued some first alerts because of ice dangers. we go over to our meteorologist bill henley. >> katy, some of the conditions are improving, but there are some cold ear a yas in the lehigh valley and berks, and there are a few more minutes for
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the warning, but the temperatures have been climbing with the sunshine, but it is the ground frozen this morning leading to icy spots and stents, too. now into the 40s for delaware and the suburbs and the lehigh valley is a 36 degrees and still 30s this the suburbs a as well. this is the air temperature, and the ground is colder, but with the sunshine and the climbing temperatures, any ice will disappear this morning. good to know, bill. now, to a developing story in delaware. not clear if this crash involving a school bus is weather-related, but we are working to find that out. three students and the bus driver are being treated for minor alerts. and now we go for a check of the roads with our traffic reporter jessica boyington. >> right around fox street, southbound, moving towards the schuylkill expressway. we are watching a crash in west philly on mlk near briere.
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thank you, jessica. we will see you in about 25 minutes for another live update.
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this morning on "today's take," car pool karaoke. meet cash cab. craig robinson takes us for a ride. how would you like to go on a valentine's date with a celebrity in we'll tell you how to win. snuggle up in style in gear to beat the cold. all coming up right now. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today's take" live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. welcome to "today," wednesday morning hump day, january 11th, 2017. >> remember the commercial with the camel? >> that's right. hump, hump, hump day! we have tamron and jenna. day three of tamron's illness. >> is it day three? who is counting. >> al is counting because he wants to wear a mask.
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>> you came in a little shaky. >> we had a wonderful night last night. >> i didn't know you were sick last night. >> i was sitting right across from you. >> we shared some popovers. >> we sure did. sorry. we were celebrating matt's 20th anniversary at the dinner. >> wasn't it fun? >> it really was. i got to tell you, it was a great gathering. i was just so overwhelmed to have such a good time with all of you. >> 20 years being a part of this. it was incredible. so funny, i put on instagram the menu. one thing i didn't expect, people were -- >> telling what they wanted. >> you could select on matt's menu the appetizer, entree and dessert. on instagram, people at home were deciding what they would have had. the beet salad was popular. >> i got that. >> i did, too. >> it was delicious. >> i got a crab cake.
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>> you did? >> how was it? >> it's on the menu. it was good. here's why she may have missed it. two glasses of champagne, nyquil and red wine. >> no! that's not accurate. >> and she felt great. >> it is not accurate. i did not have nyquil. i had mucinex. i didn't follow the box rules. muci mucinex did nothing wrong. i was sitting next to her and savannah. >> we had fun. >> peer pressure. >> that's right. >> and this morning, hi, how are you? >> i was like, wait, are you sick? i said to myself -- >> no, she was like, who is that boy? thanks, jenna. >> how did i not know? i sat next to her. >> people thought you had a new hairdo. >> yesterday, we had a shoot, a super, secret shoot. j.k. long, the producer, said i could tweet out a picture of my look, saying, details to come.
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we put this picture up of me. deets to come. people.com did a story on how i dumped my pixie look for a new fro look. >> because you could do that in a day. >> i will say, that look on you -- can we go back -- you look beautiful. >> i look exactly like my mom. i wish i had the picture with me. she rocked the fro in the '70s and it was that color. i had a handsome date pop up at the same shoot. we have a picture of him. >> we're not allowed. >> it is going to come up later. i did not change my hair, but people.com -- >> don't you love how people jump on things? it's a new hairdo, wear a dress that's a little baggy, jenna bush hager pregnant with her third child. >> do you reply? >> i do not. m how do you reply other than,
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thank you very much. it was just a big dinner. >> our publicist said everybody should write jimmy fallon thank you notes to matt lauer. >> with the piano music and everything. >> do you have yours? >> i wish we had the music. that would have been fore wawar thinking. >> thank you, matt lauer, for wearing sometimes the same suit i do and everybody says, matt, nice suit. and al, when did they start making polyester again? >> aren't you supposed to look at the camera? >> it was good with the music, too. yours? >> mine was, thank you, matt lauer, for always rocking the skinny suit. at least i know when i come into work, i don't have on the tightest clothes. is that wrong? >> it's good. >> yours? >> i can't say every word of mine. >> no, you can't. >> y'all were there. >> texas blues in it. >> mine was a roast. >> yes. >> basically, the cliff notes
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version was, thank you, matt lau lauer, for always asking poignant, sometimes pointed questions, a lot of times aimed at my family. >> boom. >> that's right. >> if you had the music, i'm telling you, screams. >> we laughed last night. mine also was a longer version. >> it wasnmaybe it was only fun because we had champagne. >> sometimes you can't repeat stories when people weren't there because, you know what -- >> they weren't in on it. >> and it is not that funny. >> just post your menu and let them order from home. >> and be on your way. >> exactly. >> we made it home in time to see president obama's farewell speech. >> which was so -- especially toward the end, so very emotional, especially when he was thanking his wife, michelle obama. take a look. >> michelle robinson, girl of the south side.
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for the past 25 years, you have not only been my wife and mother of my children, you have been my best friend. and a new generation sets its sights higher because it has you as a role model. so you have made me proud, and you have made the country proud. >> also got so emotional when he was thanking his daughters, saying of all the things i've done in my life, i'm most proud to be your dad. tearing up, of course. >> yeah. >> trending, hashtag, where's sasha? >> the family was out at the end and you don't see sasha. of course, i googled, where is sasha? well, sasha was back in d.c. because she had an exam the next morning. apparently, your father's last
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speech as president after two terms, you couldn't miss school. >> this is why we're going to miss this family. depending on, you know -- politics aside, i'm so tired of everybody having different views -- but we will miss this family because they put their family first. >> yeah. >> and what you do when you have little kids is, you know, they have to stay home for the test. >> that was a huge debate though. i'm going to say. i'm not a parent. but there was a debate in our meeting on when you take your child out of school. there were some who said, listen, for a good trip to disney, it is worth taking the child out. what say you, mr. roker? >> i will never obviously be the president of the united states. >> al, you don't know that. >> you never know. >> you know how many times that was said over the last two years? >> there are very few things i am certain of in life. that is one of them. >> let's get on "today's take" and ask al roker to run. >> in any event, i would think if your father is giving his farewell address, i think you might be able to get --
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>> the school would understand. >> a made good on the test. >> i think so. >> but it was their choice. god bless them. >> watchi ining her tear up, i watching with henry. we have two little girls. he just -- i looked over, and my 6'4" husband was tearing up because every dad can feel the way that he did. and every daughter who is proud of their father can see themselves in her. >> i've always wondered, what is that like? >> yeah. >> i mean, it is eye opening. i remember sitting there with barbara just weeping. we don't see a politician. she doesn't see a politician standing up there. >> sure. >> she sees her dear dad, who has always put her first. she knows that. and we knew that. so there's just a pride that comes, i think, any daughter feels this way. i know leila would feel it with you. of a dad that has shown their daughter unconditional love.
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>> you and leila, she's getting ready for this huge venture in her life. i tell al, i became a fan of leila. she was a little girl and we were in london. i remember how young she was. i saw this kid, braces on and ran into each other in the lobby. i was low key obsessed with her and watching her grow. i saw her two years later and i'm like, al, look at her. >> it was fast. >> then the golden globe dress, he posted a picture of her. i think i sent it out to everyone as if it was my child. here's my daughter, leila. just to watch the obamas grow into beautiful women, the same as we're watching with leila. to your point, it is family, not politics. >> very cool. the president partied late into the night. >> with al roker, i might add. >> 4:00 a.m. >> i know. they were still going on. >> is that the latest you've stayed out? >> yes, it is. >> ever? >> absolutely. and then, how much we love this
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guy, he gets out the next day and steps in as a groomsman for the wedding of his long-time aide marvin nicholson. >> look at that picture. when you put that up in your house as your wedding photo, do people say -- >> don't you love he is not the best man? >> and john kerry is officia officiating. >> yes. >> that's john kerry. >> secretary of state. >> yes. >> the secretary of state is officiating your wedding. crazy. >> would you want the president or a celebrity -- i was at a wedding this weekend, and eric holder was officiating the wedding. would you want someone like that -- if you had a chance -- >> sure, why not? >> as the bride? >> do you want the president to walk you down the aisle? if he is your daddy. >> that works out perfectly. >> did henry find it out that he looked out and there was karl rove? possibly. i didn't ask him. >> it is my daddy. it is my life. >> if you made a threatening move to your dad, secret service would have wrestled you to the
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floor. >> probably didn't love secret service was on his honeymoon. >> how close? >> like the next door? >> no. >> moving on now. speaking of -- i guess we're not going to do idris elba. we've moved on now. >> wait a minute, that was the highlight of my night. >> let's go for it. how would you like to have idris elba as your date for valentine's day? >> yes. >> you're married. >> i mean, i would like him, in a different life or in a past life. >> glad we were able to clear that up. >> so this charity is crowd sourcing. it is omaze. they'll cover your chance to have a date with idris elba. no secret service included. take a look. >> idris elba here. i'd like you to be my valentine.
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that's right, love. just you and me. no one else around. just us. for dessert, you can have whatever you want, and i mean whatever you want. candy hearts is just the beginning. so will you be my valentine? >> oh, la la. >> it was getting steamy earlier, but that is -- >> i want a bid on that. money raised and donated to the charity, we can lead, making sure schoolgirls in ciers sierre has equal access to education. >> all right. >> you in, girls? >> pull it together. >> we're going to reveal what billy joel's favorite the things that i consume on a daily basis, a lot of it is very acidic. the enamel on my teeth was actually weakening. the whiteness wasn't there as much. my teeth didn't look as healthy as others.
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do not take xarelto® if you have an artificial heart valve or abnormal bleeding. tell your doctor before all planned medical or dental procedures. before starting xarelto®, tell your doctor about any conditions, such as kidney, liver, or bleeding problems. to help protect yourself from a stroke, ask your doctor about xarelto®. insurance changes? xarelto® has you covered. back now with more of "today's take." we've recovered from that idris elba moment. now to something we love, billy joel. billy joel is talking about what his favorite billy joel song is. billy joel appeared on late night with stephen colbert on monday and revealed his favorite billy joel song. here it is. >> billy joel's number one billy joel song is -- >> seats from an italian
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restaurant. >> i wouldn't have guessed that. >> i really am surprised. >> billy's top five list included "so it goes." "you may be right." "she's right on time." what's your favorite? >> you're a billy joel fan. >> "tell me about it." it is a great song and a throwback to the ed sullivan show. fantastic. >> my favorite, probably "down eastern alexa." do you remember this one? probably not, kind of obscure. ♪ alexa >> is that from a movie? >> maybe. it is from the album "we didn't start the fire" on it, which i have memorized. alexa is named after his daughter. >> i love that. >> yeah. >> mine is "uptown girl." it was my mtv world, video, a mechan mechanic. then, you know, she shows up looking like that. >> this is a great video. >> it appealed to everything.
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i'm his stepbrother, and i think i may be able to help with the pan/pam dilemma. >> that'd be great. >> panma. >> pan. >> with us is communications expert carrie, the author of "scrappy." >> great to see you. >> let's walk this way. >> absolutely. >> the idea is, you know, it can be awkward, some of these interviews for jobs. i mean, what's the best way to make sure you get off on the right foot? >> so this is a really good time to initiate small talk. ultimately, this is where your scrappy strategy can make a difference. >> for example? >> what kind of homework can you do before you get into the meeting so you know a little bit about the individual before you get started? search on linkedin. check out the internet. if you can find a little nugget that you can use to transition socially into that more professional conversation, it makes a big difference. >> can you say make contact with, say, the person you'll interview, their assistant or something, to find out intel? >> absolutely.
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i actually had a very specific situation where i met with this kind of gruff, abrasive man over the telephone. we were going to actually have a contact in person. i researched out to his assistant ahead of time and said, can you tell me about him? she said, he is into bass fishing. i don't know if that'll help. i made the effort to do research, watched bass masters and kind of wove that into the conversation. he just lit up. it really changed the whole experience. it made everything else go smoother. >> i think in interviews, one of the things that i've learned doing this job is that it is good to be prepared but you have to listen. >> absolutely. >> to the person that is either interviewing you or you're interviewing. >> what is their mood? are they under the weather, upbeat, seem like they'll be more focused on the practical, tactical nature of the conversation or looking for your style, your personality and your condoleezza ri charisma? >> match the tone.
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>> right. >> what about humor? >> fun works. maybe sure whatever you're going to use to execute in that moment really helps you to stand out and develop rapport. if it is appropriate to use humor, follow that train of thought. again, do a little scrappy homework. think about it ahead of time and customize your approach to meet the needs of that listener. >> how do you know if you're going too far? maybe you crossed a line or something. >> we're all looking for that perfect spot on gesture that's the combination of savvy and smart and clever that'll help us to stand out. the trick here is not to go too far. >> right. >> my message is always, don't scare the bunny. >> let's say you scare the bunny. >> right. >> is there anything you can do to save it? >> yeah, absolutely. there are wonderful illustrations where in the middle of an interview, pick up a nugget and you want to save that. when you get back home after the fact, maybe you follow up with a lovely gesture. for example, there was a gentleman on an interview situation and he was trying to
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pruss prussia, it is go ing to be coo in the afternoon hours, but it will be 36 this afternoon. and lehigh valley will warm to 46 this afternoon. >> and for a check of the roads we go to our traffic report e jessica boyington. and now from schuylkill to belmo belmont? >> i was watching it and traffic bumper to bumper and around belmont avenue in both directions 27 minutes in both directions from the blue route to the vine. and also in blackwood to new jersey watch for the crash at the black horse pike near almondette road. the task force fighting the opioid epidemic is meeting and they are to produce a plan to the mayor in 20 days. and there is to be a round table discussion at a bethel treatment
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let me buckle up because the law is the law. even in a fake car on tv. craig robinson had hilarious roles over the years, from his hot tub machine movies to his role in the small screen as darrell on the hit nbc comedy if the "the office." and sausage grinch. >> now craig is host of a new show, driving around and picking up unsuspecting passengers to compete in karaoke games and show off their dance moves. >> oh. >> anybody know what dance this is? >> what's the name of this dance? >> what's it called? >> gangnam style. >> she got it. >> gangnam style. >> there it is, boom. >> craig, good morning. >> morning. >> have you ever done an
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interview while you were driving before? >> yes. i've been interviewing people while driving. for the show. >> tell us how it works. i pick people up and tell them they're on a game show. karaoke in the car. they win prizes as they get to their destination. >> wow. >> yeah. >> cash prizes. >> you're a musician. i'm back here like a little kid. >> i see you. >> see me? you are a musician. how do you deal with the bad karaoke singers because you're about to hear some. >> it is very painful. it turns out that we all laugh at each other and laugh at ourselves. >> okay. >> it turns out to be a lot of fun. >> you drive and live in l.a. you have a ka mcamaro, jet blac with red interior. >> yes. >> what does it say about your personality? >> i'm fun. i like to get where i'm going in a hurry.
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>> yeah, very nice. >> good point. >> are we there yet? >> we're not there. almost there. >> okay. >> we're going to play. you have songs, and we have to finish the song? >> finish the lyrics. >> okay. >> ready, let's go. ♪ i love rock and roll ♪ put another dime in the jukebox, baby ♪ ♪ i love rock and roll ♪ put another dime and dance with me ♪ >> did we win? >> come and take your time and dance with me. >> you wouldn't have gotten that one. >> close. >> no more songs? >> that's it? >> dance. >> oh, now dance, dance, recognition. you have 15 seconds to dance and they have to guess what dance you're doing. >> i'll start. i have to get out of the car? >> ready? >> yup. >> they told me to do this one.
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>> wait, what? >> the whip and the nae nae? >> oh, yeah! you got it, yeah. excellent work. >> here's mine. >> i haven't done it in a couple years. >> this is not going to be pretty. >> uh-oh. >> running man. >> the dab? >> yeah. >> is that a dance? >> lean and dab, yes. >> lean and dab. >> you get credit for that. well done. >> thank you for the sympathy, craig. appreciate it. >> how much money did we get? >> we owe him money. this is bad. >> i think you made $1,000. >> what is your go-to karaoke song? >> late saturday night and the crowd is hot, maybe, "smells like teen spirit." >> hit us with it. ♪ when the lights go out >> huh? >> it is crowd participation. do the high part. ♪ when the lights go out, it's dangerous ♪ ♪ here we are now,
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ste steenburgen transcends time. >> she plays a mom grieving after the unexpected loss of her daughter and finds that sometimes, she can't hold back. >> nothing listed on the purchase order. >> and, yet, i ordered them specifically. >> i understand, ma'am. >> no. no. i don't think you understand. how could you possibly understand? you didn't just lose your daughter. you didn't just lose everything. you just lost the shrimp. >> mary, good morning. >> i promise not to yell at you. >> thank you. thank you. where did you -- what experience did you draw on to create this character. >> to play her? she is believing and everybody deals with grief in a different way. i've certainly known grief. but i -- we were just saying that we know that southern
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woman. i definitely grew up with them. it wasn't my mom or my aunts, but i was around them. i think it was -- sadly, it was people i wasn't too crazy about. but i enjoyed playing her, nonetheless, yes. >> she is the character we know that would say, bless your heart. we know she didn't mean it. >> she did not mean it. meant the opposite. >> meant the opposite of it. you said you didn't draw from people you know personally, but how did you pull this character in and make her real and understandable? >> you know, i guess because when you lose somebody, you have a coping mechanism. her coping mechanism is to fiercely get on with life. she's going to organize the events, and she's going to make her son-in-law move on and get over it. i understand that kind of fierceness in losing somebody. i understand it. it is just not necessarily me. >> so you play jessica biel's mother. >> yes. >> and it is a star-studded
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cast. a lot of fun. jessica produced it. >> jessica called me years ago about playing this part. she and justin timberlake are dear friends of mine. actually, it was justin's first score. so it was amazing to go through the process. believe it or not, he was twabl n -- actually nervous about it, which is hard to believe. he did an amazing job. i was honored to be in it with him and hang out in new orleans with those guys. >> the interesting thing, i think, is here is a movie with a lot of comedic actors. it is such a moving drama. >> right. >> to make that transition. >> jason sudeikis and mazie williams are brilliant. it is an unusual, strange, southern story. i'm really proud to be in it. >> you are -- you live half year in nashville and am also a song writer and accordion player. >> i am. >> who knew? >> i only started doing it a few
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years ago. they were in the caves music on valentine's and ted hadn't gotten me anything. i said, you can get me that, a green accordion. he said, there is no way. this is going to collect dust. you're never going to do it. of course, if i'm told i can't do something, i have to do it. >> there you go. >> did you go on youtube for a lesson? >> i did go on youtube. i took one or two lessons. the biggest way i've learned it is that on "last man on earth," will forte had me playing unplayable songs on the accordion. "love in an elevator" by aerosmith. i'm the specialist for '80s rock on the accordion. >> pretty good. >> we want her around. >> we understand this year, ted is getting you another instrument. >> nice to see you guys. >> "the book of love" hits select theaters and is on demand
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this friday. time for the weather. >> i'm still thinking about mary playing snow's informan. ♪ someone down the lane >> very impressive. wow. >> oh, my gosh. >> looking at unseasonably mild weather through the gulf, bitter cold in the plains and heavy rain and snow out west. nice day in the northeast with showers through the mid mississippi river valley. tomorrow, the bitter cold moves east. a look at the possible record highs in the northeast and mid-atlantic states. more snow out through the rockies and into the cascades. goat's what's good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley a. rain came through overnight and look at the sunshine san diegoing the temperatures well into the 40s this afternoon. 48 degrees. sunny skies and some clouds later this afternoon. you will see the clouds increasing in the suburbs to 48
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degrees, and 47 in delaware. plenty of sunshine this morning. the lehigh valley into the middle 40s and just a little bit warmer for new jersey. at the shore, sunshine is night and bright. another round of rain tonight. have a great day. >> that is yourhat is your late. >> ready to sing another hit? >> no. i didn't know we were on camera. up next, a bluetooth glove to pajama warmers. anyone with type 2 diabetes knows how it feels to see your numbers go up, despite your best efforts. but what if you could turn things around? what if you could love your numbers? discover once-daily invokana®. it's the #1 prescribed sglt2 inhibitor that works to lower a1c. invokana® is a pill used along with diet and exercise to significantly lower blood sugar in adults with type 2 diabetes. and in most clinical trials,
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have for you today. >> i have a feeling you're going to put on one of these in a second. we have a celebrity stylist with finds to keep you warm. >> good morning. >> we have great stuff. the best part, everything is under $40. accessible for everybody. obsessed with these. >> these are awesome. >> harlow and sam are mine. this is little griffin. >> so cute. >> these are the cooler kid version of the snuggle. they're soft. use them as a blanket or sleeping bag. great gift for 19 obsessed. >> this is a hit in my home on christmas morning. >> so many different ones. >> next up? >> cozy pajamas. i was against a one ssie until tried it. $27 from kohl's. you'll love these. >> tamron wore one of these to work this morning. >> i live for them. >> learned something new. >> too much.
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this is very, very cute. >> super cute. what is better than having warm pajamas is super warm pajamas. this is, over here, a pajama warmer. >> i've never heard of this. >> basically, you put your pajamas in. if you put your hand in, it is super warm. >> like a heating pad. >> like you pull them out of the dryer. they're warm and you don't have to warm up your side of the bed before you go to sleep at night. >> how did we go this long without hearing about this? >> we need a pajama warmer. >> you can put hats, gloves, lingerie. >> i didn't see that coming either. >> anything you want in there. >> i've heard of towel warmers. never this. this is awesome. >> i love it. >> next up on the list? >> so moving on, these are amazing. bluetooth gloves. you can essentially talk on the phone in your glove. we're going to try it. >> in the glove? >> yes. you might look ridiculous and people will think you're crazy but it is amazing.
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>> who are you calling? >> oh. >> hello? is anyone home? >> hello? >> it worked. >> hi, al. >> hey you doing? >> look at him. >> do you like the blue footoot gloves? >> this is like this but like this. >> can you hear? >> wow. nobody looks stupid doing this. >> listen, i think you're not going to look cool no matter what if you're walking down the street like this. >> no. >> but they work. >> your freezing hand isn't out. >> don't search in your bag. >> he's on another floor. >> you have earwax on your thumb. >> under $20. bye, al. thank you. >> see ya. >> next, a scarf. >> why not have your scarf do double duty? this is a rain scarf. essentially, a scarf on one side. if it snows to s or rains, flip around and it has a hood. >> a head cover. >> protect the hair. that's great. >> so smart. >> with pockets. >> my grandma used to wear
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something like that in the rain. >> i love it. >> socks. >> we have to keep our feet warm. all about socks with sayings. these are from notes to self. >> your grandpa is into socks. >> the kids ones, i am smart. to start the day off on the right foot. >> good one. >> that was good. then these are fun. they have really fun sayings. these are the pg version. on the website, there might be not so pg. this makes me think of kathie lee and hoda. bring your wine to workday. >> moving on. >> cute baby booties. these are from uncommon goods. little taco booties. and we have key socks, basically socks that let you stay warm and go up to the top of your knee. you don't see them so you can wear the ballet flats in the winter. >> so smart. >> hats. we all wear hats in the winter. the pom-pom hat was huge for everyone. this one has interchangeable pom-poms. swap it out to match your
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outfit. >> this is a better idea. you can take it off. >> for different occasions. melissa, thank you so much. to shop all the items, today.com/style. we're back in a moment. first, this is "today" on nbc. dear fellow citizen, i know what it's like to worry about student loan debt. i graduated into it. so i couldn't do the things i love, like traveling. but i knew there had to be a way to manage it. citizens bank education refinance loan. call... an education refinance loan helped me save on payments each month. if you have a question about whether refinancing is right for you, ask me. sincerely, robert kennedy, fellow grad and fellow citizen. call... to refi now.
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the breaking news that we are following is from philadelphia cobbs creek area, where you can see the firefighters are working hard to put out a row home fire right now. so far, no reports of any injuries there. we also have breaking news and new video of a school bus crash in wilmington that has sent 13 children to the hospital. sky force 10 was over the scene there at pennsylvania and wood lawn avenues. it happened a half hour ago, and
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we are told that all of the children's injuries are minor, and no word yet if the crash is weather-related. speaking of the weather, let's go over to bill henley, our meteorologist. >> we have sunshine and the temperatures are climb manage the lehigh valley. it is a live view of easton and a few thin clouds there. some chillier neighborhoods, but not so true in the suburbs of philly, and delaware, but it is already warming up into the 40s as we will see today. >> and we go to traffic reporter jessica boyington watching 422. >> yes, near trooper road, you will see the traffic moving eastbound to the schuylkill which is ten-minute trip, and a crash at north wales road and horseham road. >> than ing you, and we will have another update in about 30
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