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right now on "nbc 10 news today," shut down for weeks. a major bridge in our area is undergoing some serious repairs after someone spotted a crack. we'll tell you how it's going to change your commute. >> new this morning, officer hospitalized. a crash sends a police officer and driver to the hospital. and tracking rain. take a look at the first alert weather radar. we are seeing showers and wind in our future. it's coming into our entire area this morning before things really pick up this afternoon. >> nbc 10 news starts now. good morning and welcome to "nbc 10 news today," i'm katy
zachry. it is 7:00 a.m. on the dot on your sunday. let's get you started with your first alert neighborhood forecast. meteorologist krystal klei is standing by. krystal, a lot to talk about. >> that's right. today is the precursor for our first alert that starts tonight and into tomorrow. that's when we really have issues. take a look. this is a view of center city, the skyline kind of. you can't see the taller buildings because the fog and low-hanging clouds are still hanging tight. it's rain we're tracking if you go farther south. we'll get to that in a minute. here the visibility map. pots down, redding. these are the areas with more dense fog. notice philadelphia is at 2.5 miles. wilmington, you're still looking at dense fog, quarter mile as well. the fog advisory, that dense fog advisory is in effect all the way through 10:00 a.m. notice areas south, it has been canceled because the rain moving through has helped dissolve the
fog issues there. there's a look at the showers passing through kent, sussex county and cape may county as well. this is already starting to weaken. i'd e say by about 9:00 a.m., we'll see all of this out. then we get a break from the rain through a good chunk of today. that first alert is in effect. we can't avoid what's ahead of us. the nor'easter will develop. here is what we're expecting, rain, heavy at times, particularly monday afternoon. looking at damaging winds. those start as early as tomorrow morning. and coastal flooding which may also lead to some beach erosion. we'll talk more about all of these risks that we get as we move through your monday coming up. >> thank you, krystal. a philadelphia police officer is expected to be okay following this crash in west philadelphia. the officer's car collided with another at 57th and gerard
avenue. the other driver was also taken to the hospital. new this morning in burlington county, police are investigating a deadly shooting there. a man was killed on east broad street in burlington just before 11:00 last night. officers said the victim was shot in the chest. so far no arrests have been made in that. >> it's a bridge used every day by more than 40,000 drivers. now the bridge linking the pennsylvania and new jersey turnpikes is going to be closed, totally off limits for weeks while it undergoes repairs. nbc 10's matt delucia is live in bristol township with the effect this is likely going to have on drivers as they get ready for their monday morning commute. a lot of headaches, right, matt? >> reporter: right, katy. there bridge was built in the '50s, but this morning it is closed. you can see the work that is going on behind us right here. the cranes are up right around where that crack was found, and now it seems like just on queue the fog is starting to roll back in. you can still make it out there in the distance. the big issue is it's really
anyone's guess as to how long this is going to take to fix this problem. engineers and construction workers have been working to temporarily stabilize the bridge. friday afternoon a worker discovered a crack on a steel truss on the pennsylvania side. traffic was shut down and the work happening now, they're installing towers that will temporarily support the weight of this bridge. drivers we spoke with are already getting nervous about the commute tomorrow. >> tremendous. now adding an hour onto my day, my guys, my trucks, everything. >> reporter: here are the alternates so you can plan ahead of time. coming from pennsylvania into new jersey, you need to kpet at ben sill let me, follow route 1 to i-95, take 295 to 195. from there you can get yourself onto the new jersey turnpike. if you're coming from new jersey, alternates include i-78, 295 and the burlington bristol bridge. if you didn't catchall that, we
have the alternate routes on nbc10.com and the nbc 10 app. another live look at the work that's going on at this bridge. we hear the machinery going. the workers are out here as well. a big deal considering roughly 42,000 vehicles pass over this bridge every day. that has come to a halt. but it's important to get those plans in place by tomorrow. this span will be closed for several weeks. live in bristol, matt delucia, nbc 10 news. >> thank you, matt. the chestnut hill neighborhood in philadelphia is on edge after a sex assault took place inside a home. police say a man broke into a home and sexually assaulted a woman in front of her husband. it happened early yesterday morning. the crime has shocked people who know the neighborhood for being a friendly place. >> i think it's a remarkably friendly place, and i'm really sorry to hear that something like that happened. when i walk through this neighborhood, people make a point of saying good morning, good afternoon, good day.
>> investigators say the gunman stole the couple's car, wallet and a cell phone after the assault. coming out in full force. >> this is what democracy looks like. >> coming up, we take you across pennsylvania, south jersey and delaware to show you all the larger-than-expected crowds that turned out during the nationwide women's march. plus holding out hope. next we'll show you the latest video out of italy where crews are still looking for survivors days after a deadly avalanche there. toilet germs don't just stay in the toilet.
now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> welcome back. starting with a look outside wilmington, delaware. the fog is really thickened up in the last hour. we checked the visibility map. .25 mile which means driving conditions not good in wilmington. south of wilmington we see rain in delaware and along the jersey shore. you see cape may county and atlantic county, and it clips off before it hits ocean county. this will linger for a couple more hours before it completely moves out. if we time out the rest of your sunday, we see a lull in the rain and winds will stay light. this is right ahead of the system starting to move in tonight. take a look at your hour-by-hour forecast. we start at 7:00 a.m., there is the rain.
what we're left with are cloudy conditions, lingering fog as well philadelphia and areas north. as we go through the rest of today, we stay cloudy. really it's later in the day that we showers move back in. about 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. the showers will start from the south. it could stretch through philadelphia and parts of the suburb. this is at 6:00. but most of that kind of weakens before it starts to build back in in the overnight. that's going to start light rain in the overnight, but it really starts to pick up in strength as we go into your monday late morning and afternoon. we'll track it out hour-by-hour through your monday coming up in just a few minutes. 20,000 people were expected, but a crowd estimated at more than double that, about 50,000 people showed up in center city, philadelphia, yesterday for the women's march. nbc 10 was with the demonstrators as they gathered along the ben franklin parkway.
women and men valleyed for a variety of causes such as health care and the environment. others say they were protesting against donald trump. police say the march was peaceful. in new jersey thousands of people rally at the war memorial in trenton. estimates put the crowd around 6,000 then. speakers at the event says long-term change will come if more women ran for office or supported other women who do. >> there were also women's marches in delaware. this is the scene in newark yesterday. women rallied into side the unitarian fellowship before marching for two miles. >> boston is another major city that drew throngs of women for a march yesterday. it'sest estimated more than 150,000 people rallied. they expressed anger that the new trump administration will not support the causes they care most about. >> we can whimper, we can whine or we can fight back. >> in some ways it's a women's march, in some ways a
gender-free march. it's so up lifting. >> as in philadelphia and other cities, the boston crowd was peaceful. just ahead on nbc 10 news this morning, springing into action to save lives, we'll tell you what caused this massive flooding in northern california that's led to dozens of rescues there. plus playing on. months after a deadly tragedy, we'll show you how this soccer match in brazil is about something much more than just a game.
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at some philadelphia parking authority facilities to encourage diners to come out. a driver is okay after his car crashed through a fence in rittenhouse square. nbc 10 was on the scene last night. police say the driver was trying to back into a parking spot on walnut street when he accidentally hit the gas. no one else was hurt. in montgomery county, police want you to take a good look at this man. they say he robbed the td bank on old york road in abington friday night. investigators say after a teller handed the man a bag of money, he ran from the scene. if you know him, recognize him, police would like to hear from you. in northern california nearly two dozen people are safe after rescue crews saved them from major flooding. those crews sprang into action after a levy broke yesterday. it's the second time this month that same levee gave way. weeks of heavy rain and snow is
cautioning the floods. officials in the area are asking the state for emergency aid. recovering from tragedy. the brazilian soccer team that lost most of its players in a deadly plane crash is back on the field. emotions ran high as the team played its first match from the tragedy. the team made up of players on loan from other clubs. excuse me. tears flowed when the surviving goalkeeper accepted a trophy. 71 members died when the plane went down in colombia. only seven members survived. excuse me. search and res kei queue work continues in central italy hit by an avalanche on monday. it tralian army rescue workers joined the fire department and emergency service workers in the search. five are dead and 23 people
still missing. nine people have been pulled alive from the rubble of the hotel. when he took the oath of office on friday, president donald trump inherited the largest and best security and communications infrastructure in the world. nbc news got an exclusive look at tightly-held de tails about how the secret service and the military will ensure his safety and ability to run the government whenever he leaves the white house. here is nbc's senior investigative correspondent cynthia mcfadden. >> reporter: nbc news has reviewed budget and planning documents, some of them top secret. the crowned jewels in presidential protection, designed to ensure president trump survives any kind of threat from biological weapons to incoming missiles. >> it is logistics on top of logistics. it's thinking about every problem in advance and coming up with every type of contingency plan you can think of. >> reporter: what's never been fully reported before are the details about what happens whenever the president leaves
washington. it can take a minimum of seven planes which may make numerous trips before the president even reaches his destination. air force one and two backups loaded on four giant c-17 car go planes, the presidential limb know called the beast and two backups, sealed to protect from chemical or biological weapons. 22 armored suvs and vans are there to transport secret service and white house staff. five helicopters including marine one are also packed. everything down to the white house podium goes, even if it's just to new york. >> since 9/11, we've seen such a substantial change in the numbers of threats and the sophistication of those threats that dod has increased its participation. >> reporter: these days the military is indeed heavy involved. for example, a senior
intelligence official tells nbc news when president trump is in new york city, reconnaissance drones and spider planes will patrol the skies able to shoot down hostile aircraft if necessary. a team of delta commandos and fbi hostage rescue agents are also deployed and, of course, a military aide with a nuclear football is always along. communication is key. the president needs to talk to anyone anywhere including vladimir putin and 18 other world leaders to whom he has a direct line. none of this is cheap. with a price tag of approximately $5 billion a year. government officials tell nbc news if president drum decides to spend his weekends here in new york city, the cost and risk will rise significantly. cynthia mcfadden, nbc news, new york. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> we have a lot to talk about in this forecast.
today is kind of the pre storm before we see the nor'easter develop and move through our area on your monday. here is a look at radar and satellite right now. most of us are dealing with foggy conditions. in fact, it's thickened up in areas around wilmington, philadelphia, north into the suburbs, lehigh valley and berks county. the rain has been falling over the last several hours and we do still have rain that's falling. you see parts of kent county, sussex county and clipping through cape may county as well. this is starting to weaken and it is starting to move off. by 9:00 a.m., most of this should be out. we'll still have damp conditions but actually remain mostly dry through much of today. we pull this out, it's a wide view for us to show you all of this rain that's still heading in our direction will be clipped by strong stronger storms starting late today into this evening. a little late tonight and the bulk of the rain hits as you go
into your monday. look at the hour-by-hour forecast. we'll go through monday. starting at 4:00 a.m., we mostly see lighter showers moving through. this is ahead of the heavier rain. 7:00 a.m., morning commute, light to moderate rain. heavier rain by around 10:00, 11:00 in the morning starts to the southwest and spreads across the board. notice the yellows and oranges throughout your afternoon, at 2:00, even spots in red. can't rule out a spot thunderstorm developing here as we go into the afternoon. really the spots of heavier rain, they continue into the night as well. it's going to start to move off more to the north here you see by 11:30. the potential is there for us to see almost a day straight of rain in and out, heavier and lighter, heavier and lighter. this is the concern that this is going to lead to higher accumulations. in fact one to 1.5 inches in philadelphia, wilmington to trenton.
lower values farther north. one to two inches closer to the shore are possible by the end of it. notice some of the pink near the poconos as we go into the later part of monday. that's where we could see icing concerns with temperatures right near freezing by monday night. as for winds, they'll be another issue. today they're pretty light throughout the day. by tonight, gusts 25 to 30 miles per hour pick up. that's just the start of your first alert. the focus of the first alert is the heavier rain tomorrow and wind gusts up to 60 miles per hour along parts of the jersey shore and our delaware beaches. the big concern is with high winds like that, high tide. monday, 4:13, rehoboth beach, could have minor coastal flooding, also the potential for flooding on the jersey shore. a lower potential as we move to around 5:00 p.m. in the evening. thanks for that, krystal. a center city assault was caught on camera.
i'm here with chef dave banks. what are we making today? >> the basic saviche. i don't like to marinade it too long because it cooks the fish too long. i like a flash saviche. jalape jalapenos? >> put in a little extra. i love spice. >> a little tomato. >> a tip on jalapenos, don't touch your nose. >> we're just going to drop a little bit of this scallop in
there. we'll put that little bit of cilantro in there. it haven't put any salt or pepper yet. we're going to let that just sit for a minute. that's the flash ceviche. i do like chives a little bit. >> it really makes it pop. now we get to taste all of your hard work. >> that's right. you like the spice. >> i really do. >> mmm, so fresh. the parsley is really nice. >> thank you chef. >> to see today's recipe and all the other recipes on chef's kitchen, logon to chefskitchen.tv.
the woman's march in history will go down in history as a worldwide event. similar rallies unfolded in other european cities. here is a look at the women's march in israel. thousands of people rallied for women's rights in tel aviv. peaceful demonstrations took place in australia, latin america, even antarctica. take a look at this picture at the bottom of the world. a group of environmentalists held a rally for human rights
and against hate. organizers said they kept the rally short so as not to disturb penguins and the vfragile terrain. still ahead, a bridge that connects two turnpikes is shut down. nbc 10's matt delucia is like in bucks county to explain. >> get used to seeing these roadblocks, they'll be around for a little while. especially if you take the turnpike into or out of pennsylvania. coming up after the break, we'll tell you about the work being done and some alternate routes you can take for the commute tomorrow. take a look at our radar and satellite. we've got to go this wide of a view to track the rain passing us now, the rain heading our direction and the heaviest rain by monday. details on that and some of the foggy conditions we're dealing with coming up. triple action joint support with move free s
right now on "nbc 10 news today," bridge closed. here is a live look from bristol bucks county where crews are shutting down a major bridge for the next few weeks. we'll show you how to get around it. caught on camera. we're hearing from a transgender woman who was attacked in center city and she streamed the whole thing live on social media. we will be seeing rain and strong winds this morning before it picks up even more this afternoon and into the workweek. >> nbc 10 news starts now. good morning and welcome to nbc news today, i'm katy zachry. it's 7:30 on your sunday morning. let's get right to meteorologist krystal klei. a lot to talk about. fog to start things off and rain and wind in our future. >> that's exactly right. the concern is the rain will strengthen as we move into tomorrow. the winds start to pick up as early as tomorrow. that's when the first alert
begins. visibility is a problem this morning. we've got a little bit of everything in the forecast. visibility right now, allentown, .25 mile, .50 for quakertown, pottstown as well. when you're around those values, that's when it's pretty dense fog, harder to drive in, and if you can, wait it out a little bit. it will be better as we get later into the day. we'll go now 1.5 mile visibility. philadelphia has seen considerable change. six miles at the airport, only one mile in northeast philly. sometimes fog moves a bit like river. you'll see better visibility. trenton only .25 mile. this stretch in wilmington also at .25 mile. farther south where the rain has been falling, much better visibility in those areas. let's talk about the rain. right now on radar and satellite, the showers starting to weaken here. you see scattered activity along the shore. here is the deal. the rain will move out by about
9:00 a.m. the fog may hold tight through your morning hours, specifically philadelphia north. there's actually a dense fog advisory in place until 10:00 a.m. i wouldn't be surprised if it lingers, hayes sins throughout the day. first alert in effect for the nor'easter that goes into effect overnight. the alert is for the entire viewing area, starts tonight and goes all the way through your tuesday morning. here is why. talking heavy rain for your monday. damaging winds that start tonight and strengthen tomorrow and coastal beach erosion. we'll talk about it coming up. drivers that use the bridge that connects the pennsylvania and new jersey turnpikes are scrambling to find our routes before tomorrow's rush hour. that's because the bridge is closed for major repairs and it will stay that way for weeks. nbc 10's matt delucia is live in bristol township bucks county. already a lot of headaches and delayed drive times because of
this already. >> reporter: could be a big problem for commuters, especially tomorrow morning, the first morning rush dealing with this issue. just to give you a big picture, here is a map where you can see, this is the turnpike bridge and the blue dot where we are. the crack was found right in this area here. as we start tilting up the camera, you can see where the work is going on right now and try to fix that fracture, structural engineers have called this is major fracture and work has been going on through out the night to try to at least stabilize this bridge. engineers and construction workers don't know what caused this. it could be the weather changes, but they have been working since friday afternoon. that's when a worker discovered a crack on the steel truss on the pennsylvania side of the bridge. traffic was shut down right away. the work happening now, they're installing towers that will support the weight of the bridge. then they've got to fix that crack. drivers we spoke with are pretty concerned about their commute. >> trying to reach my family to
find out how i can get back home. i think i have to take like a two-hour detour. i have to go back all the way almost to philly before i can find my way back home. >> fix it and fix it as fast as you can. i would love the repairs to be done during the night. tlar is what has been happening. here are the alternates. this might take a while. coming from pennsylvania into new jersey you're going to need to exit at the bensalem interchange on the pennsylvania turnpike. then you'll need to follow route 1 to i-95, then 295 to 195, and from there get yourself onto the new jersey turnpike. if you're coming from new jersey, alternate routes include i-78, 295 and the burlington-bristol bridge. we do have the alternate routes on nbc10.com and the nbc 10 app. here is the big problem, roughly 42,000 vehicles pass over this
bridge every day, but not anymore. at least for the next several weeks. there's no timetable for reopening the bridge. turnpike officials say they don't know what they're dealing with and what kind of repairs will be necessary. for now it's a wait-and-see game. they will provide us with updates as the work continues. for now, live in bristol township, matt delucia, nbc 10 news. new this morning, a philadelphia police officer is expected to be okay after this crash in west philadelphia. the officer's cruiser collided with another car at 57th and gerard around midnight. the other driver also went to the hospital, listed in stable condition. happening today, lgbtq advocates wrap up their five-day conference in philadelphia. a brunch and final dance performance closes the event in center sit. >> ted: around 11:30. actor and singer alex newell of "glee" fame will make an appearance.
a transgender woman was attacked and beaten on friday. ryannah quigley streamed the video live. >> he started screaming and telling me you're a [ bleep ], you're going to hell. then he kept saying that you're never going to be a real woman. >> police tell us they are making progress as they search for her attacker. >> this is what democracy looks like. >> an estimated 50,000 people participated in the women's march on philadelphia yesterday. the crowd called attention to issues such as health care and the environment. some marchers told us they're still surprised president donald trump was elected despite being accused of sexual assault. >> i can't believe it. it's insane to me. it's just -- where do we draw the line for the leaders of our country? >> to see a man that can disrespect women like that can have such power, how do i explain that to my daughter? >> philadelphia police say the march was peaceful.
>> more than 200 protesters arrested in washington on inauguration day will face felony rioting charges. violence led to that limo you see being set on fire. most of those arrested appeared in court yesterday. a conviction could mean up to ten years in prison and a fine up to $250,000. the women's march on washington will also be remembered for its star power which included actresses scarlet johansson, ashley judd and singers alicia keys and madonna. >> yes, i'm angry. yes, i am outrage d. yes, i have thought an awful lot about blowing up the white house. but i know that this won't change anything. >> madonna also performed two songs for the crowd in d.c. we have new information on
the war against drugs in philadelphia. we'll tell you how the dea is ramping up its efforts to combat drug use in the city, plus this. >> in russia women have no reason to protest. listen to this woman. >> i am olga, a russian woman, i am so happy -- >> making fun. we'll show i don't how the inauguration served as new material for "saturday night live."
a member of the anti defamation league will speak at congregation beth el in yardley. the drug enforcement administration plans to boost its focus on education in the fight against drugs. they launched their 360 initiative. it expands the role of the dea beyond just going after drug traffickers. nbc 10 digital team profiled 360 and other programs in the exclusive called "generation addicted." you can watch it right now on the nbc 10 app. now that donald trump is the
president of the united states, he will be scrutinized more than ever. just ahead we're speaking live with "meet the press" moderator chuck todd about president trump's first days in office. right now we're tracking the last of light rain moving through delaware and new jersey for this morning. the next round moves in later today and we'll track it out right into tomorrow coming up. here is a live look outside mt. pocono, camelback mountain where conditions currently are dry.
good morning to you, happy sunday. i'm danny pommells from csn. embiid did not play last night, not surprising. brett brown says he's not sure he'll be able to play tuesday after hurting his knee friday night. they play the clippers, and jahlil okafor got the start. 12 points with five of eight shooting. paul millsap, 22 points and hits the buzzer beater. hawks up eight at the break. silva answered the call, the 6ers ad 21, a team high. 6ers down 11 after that three. 6ers lost the battle in the paint.
dwight howard with the put-back. hawks scored 42 points inside to beat the 6ers 110-93. >> it was one of those nights. i thought the energy and just the activity of that second group tonight wasn't what it has been. they've been very, very good. tonight just wasn't one of their nights. >> during the game, 6ers president brian colangelo said ben simmons will have a final scan on his foot on monday. if all goes well, will begin preparing to return to action. colangelo didn't give a timetable but said simmons will return, quote, soon enough. the flyers back in action for the first time in nearly a week hosting the devils. flyers with just two wins in the last ten games. midway through the first period, flyers down a goal, not for long. net not covered. travis konecny rams it home. tied at one.
second period, gudas called for a clipping penalty for what looks like a textbook hip check. wayne simmonds gets the gate for complaining too much. would love to know what he said to the referee. a five on three for the devils. as you might expect, barely 15 seconds in, kyle palmieri beats michael norberg. miles wood gets some room. scores the first of two on the night for him. flyers lost 2-1. here is what dave hakstol thought about the penalty. >> an excellent hit by gudy. >> i'm not commenting. nothing to say about that. >> i understand the emotion in that situation, yet we have to learn from it and know we have to skate away from that situation. >> to the hardwood now. it may be 20 miles from campus, but villa nova calls the wells fargo home. the nation's top ranged team hosting providence. lead was four to start the second half.
brunson hooks up with josh hart. he can ball a little bit. scoring 25. nice spin cycle there. chris jenkins, his trifecta puts the cats up 17. jenkins had 19 points. string music for him. nova hit the next three hoops including this jailen brunson dude. nova wins fifth straight 78-68. let's go to west philly. st. joe's at the palestra. hawks up three. look at this. get out the way. chest to chest with the defender. his only basket, but makes the highlight, charlie brown had more than one basket, step-back putter. the freshman at 19. hawks beat the quakers 78-71. one other game on the local action, drexel lost to unc wilmington. that's your look at sports. i'm danny pommells, csn. >> now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> here is a look at radar and
satellite. we are tracking some showers out there. but they are light at this point. here is a look at the light showers in delaware and the jersey shore. most of this is light, some of the heavier rain has since moved off. all we'll see now is lighter showers. about the next hour and a half. by 9:00 a.m., most should be gone. left with foggy conditions and still damp conditions, but not necessarily the rainy conditions. that is, until later today. about 4:00 to 5:00 p.m., we start to pull back into the showers from the southwest. dropping to the mid 40s monday and tuesday. rain lasts all the way until tuesday morning until early afternoon, that's when the rain should entirely move out. we're all affected by this storm system. 51 in the suburbs, mid 40s as well. monday to tuesday, 45 degrees. lower 40s to mid 40s for the lehigh valley monday into tuesday. temperatures similar across the
map because the system is pushing the same setup almost across from lehigh valley down to the delaware beaches. 52 in new jersey, 51 the jersey shore. notice we're in the mid to upper 40s jersey shore as we go monday and tuesday with the heaviest rain of the entire viewing zone expected along the jersey shore and delaware beaches. here is the hour-by-hour forecast. starting monday, 4:30 in the morning. tonight we'll see some rain pick up. i believe around 4:00 to 5:00 p.m. light rain in the early morning hours of your monday. then we go from early morning hours to your morning commute. still light rain but spread across the board at this point. as we get to 10:00 a.m., now starting to see the yellows and oranges that indicate hef wrer showers, starting to pick up from the south and across the map for your afternoon. 2:00 p.m. showing rets. can't rule out an isolated thrnl starting to develop. it will dump heavy rain.
this is regionwide. delaware, southeast pennsylvania affected by heavier storms that move through out your monday even into monday evening. we or starting to see it weaken a bit. notice the pink on the board, some spot chances of icing or a little mix are possible as we go along the norther most edge. as for your winds, they'll pick up tonight and strengthen by tomorrow morning, gusts 40 to 50 miles per hour. >> thank you, crystal. president donald trump's first days in office is the top issue on this morning's edition of nbc's "meet the press." joining us live for a preview is moderator chuck todd. >> good morning, katy. >> i venture to say you haven't had much sleep in the last few days. >> that's all right. nothing wrong with that. >> like the super bowl. >> a big weekend. >> exactly. let's start off by talking about president trump's inauguration
speech. did it do what it needed to do or have too narrow a focus? >> it depends on what you believe is necessary to enact your agenda. i think the new trump administration and president trump believes that the best way to double down on his supporters and make this a movement, say it's a movement. what i thought was missing and traditionally has been there, even in divisive times, was not just a call for unity, but almost like an invitation to explain to those that didn't vote for him why he wants to help them, too. the tone was much different than george w. bush in 2001 who came into office after a disputed election or richard nixon in 1969 coming off the '68 election, arguably 1968 among the most divisive years in the 20th century in american history. both of those had more calls for unity than president trump's inaugural address.
when you want to enact agenda, you need political capital. one question they may end up asking themselves on day one is did they start out trying to get more political capital at the beginning when they had an opportunity to do so. >> speaking of the first 100 days, let's talk about his first 100 days in office. what are we going to see him accomplish right off the bat? >> i think we know, everything revolves around fulfilling a handful of promises they know they'll be held accountable for. number one, repealing and replacing obamacare. that's going to dominate congress. they're going to claim they'll do more than just health care in the first 100 days. i think it will be difficult to do anything other than health care. set that aside, you'll see a lot of executive orders. they're looking for ways to have an executive order, for instance, that says this one is going to allow us to start building the wall before congress weighs in.
and signing an order saying this will allow beginning renegoti e renegotiating nafta before congress weighs in. a penalty procedure that would penalize companies that want to take american jobs and outsource them overseas. that's what you should expect. the question is how much of that can you then transfer and get congressional support for so he can take that agenda and fully enact it. that's going to be an open question. >> good stuff. chuck todd, thanks for joining us. we'll see you shortly. president trump's counselor kelly aanne conway and minority leader chuck schumer will join chuck at 10:30 here on nbc.
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krystal is here with a last look at weather. a lot going on later today and into the workweek. >> that's right. fog this morning that will linger north of philadelphia. next chance of rain will be late today. heaviest rain and highest wind gusts hit on monday lingering into tuesday. >> i wish we could just focus on the mild temperatures. krystal, thank you very much. that's all for now for this sunday morning. we will be back in about a half hour with an update for you. have a great sunday.
swear. >> i am not going to take this lying down! good morning, and welcome to "sunday today." i'm willie geist. it was the tale of two days in america as donald trump was inaugerated on friday followed by massive demonstrations here in the united states and around the globe. mostly women taking to the streets as reporte