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jazmin: my co-anchor bret connolly will be out there all morning. he's going to stay there. five fun ways to enjoyal of the beautiful weather this weekend. sounds great. more news updates inside the wesh-2 mobile app any time. good morning. holy war of words. donald trump responds after the pope questions his faith for wanting to build a wall along the mexican border. >> he has an awfully big wall at the vat cann ican vatican. >> we'll talk to donald trump live. on the democratic side, hillary clinton is booed for a dig at bernie sanders. >> doesn't know what the last democratic president did.
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>> as our new poll shows that race tightening. paying respects. the body of justice antonin scalia set to lie in repose at the supreme court today. president obama scheduled to be there, but facing growing criticism over his decision not to attend tomorrow's funeral. moment of impact. a sightseeing helicopter crashes near pearl harbor. why the pilots actions saved lives. an alarming surge. the dramatic increase in flu cases around the country. what you can do to ward off the virus. today, friday, february 19th, 2016. >> announcer: from nbc brks krrks bc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. good morning. it's friday morning.
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>> we talked earlier about how remarkable it is we had george w bush, president obama and president clinton entering in on the race. enter the pope. >> don't miss religion and politics, not applying to this race. it is a big story this morning. the presidential candidates are making their final pitches ahead of tomorrow's democratic caucus in nevada, and the republican primary in south carolina. as willie mentioned, this election has taken another strange twist, with this back and forth between donald trump and the pope. we will talk to mr. trump live in a moment. we want to begin our decision 2016 coverage this morning with nbc national correspondent peter alexander. good morning. >> good morning to you. south carolina, of course, famous for a good spirited debate. the fighting has gone from surprising to surreal. here's where things stand on the republican side. you can see the race is tightening. donald trump, according to the new nbc news/wall street journal poll out this morning, up five points over ted cruz.
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had one month ago. marco rubio and jeb bush in a statistical tie for third. >> reporter: donald trump now diffusing what began as a holy war of words. >> i don't like fighting with the pope. i think he's doing a very good job. the pope is a wonderful guy. >> reporter: the donald versus the pope started hours earlier. >> for a religious leader to question a person's faith is disgraceful. >> reporter: pope francis after praying on the mexican side of the u.s. border responded by challenging the republican front runner's proposal to build a wall. a person who thinks only about building walls and not bridges, he told reporters, is not christian. trump arguing the pope would be blessed to have him in the white house. >> if and when the vatican is attacked by isis, which as everyone knows, is isis' ultimate trophy, i can promise
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wished and prayed that donald trump would have been president. >> reporter: a top trump aide tweeting this picture, showing vatican city surrounded by walls. >> he has a big wall at the vatican. >> reporter: trump is also facing questions over a 2002 howard stern interview, in which he said he supported the war in iraq, despite the recent claims that he opposed it. >> are you for invading iraq? >> yeah, i guess so. um, you know, i wish it was -- i wish the first time, it was don't correctly. >> reporter: he tried to clarify his remarks. >> probably the first time anybody asked me that question. by the time the war started, i was against the war. >> reporter: for all the campaign season's nastiness, emotional moments, too. >> i would hope in the lord and in my friends, and now i found it in my presidential candidate that i support. i'd really appreciate one of those hugs you've been talking about.
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>> reporter: like john kasich, comforting a supporter struggling with hardship and depression. >> a powerful and moving moment there. 24 hours ago. no room for error for these candidates. all of them pulling out the stops, including jeb bush, whose mom, barbara bush, 90 years old, will be back on the trail today. back to you. >> peter, thank you so much. donald trump is with us now on the phone. mr. trump, good morning. >> good morning. >> let's see if we can clear something up that has become an issue in south carolina. the question is whether or not you said that the bush administration lied to get us into the war in iraq. here is exactly what you said at the debate on saturday night. we will roll the tape. >> they lied. they said there were weapons of mass destruction. there were none, and they knew there were none. >> here's what you said last night at a cnn town hall when asked by a voter, who didn't like the sentiment, whether you'd be willing to reconsider. we'll roll that tape.
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>> a lot of people agree with what i said. i'm not talking about lying. i'm not talking about not lying. >> which is it, mr. trump? it seemed like you backed off night. are you still saying that the us into iraq? >> i'm not saying anything one way or the other. >> you did. >> savannah, i'm saying that as far as i'm concerned, the decision to go into iraq was probably one of the worst decisions ever made in the history of our country. it led to the total de east and everything now. >> i'm sorry to interrupt but to this specific issue, there are voters in south carolina that are seizing on this. whether or not you accused the bush administration of lying. >> i think you're a seizing on it. i don't think the voters are seizing on it. i don't know if he lied or not. he could have. maybe he did and maybe he didn't. i guess you'd have to ask him.
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into the middle east, iraq, was one of the worst decisions in the history of our country. we lost thousands of lives and we have wounded ware your ed ed warriors who i love all over the place. that was the decision. iran is taking over iraq. we lost and have been humiliated there. if you go in, you go in to win. but the war in iraq was one of the worst decisions. why he made it, there were no weapons of mass destruction. he said there were weapons of mass destruction. there were no weapons of mass destruction. it's been a horrible decision. maybe the worst decision ever made by the united states. >> mr. trump, it's willie geist. let's take up that question of iraq. you have said as one of the pillars of your foreign policy credentials that you had the wisdom to know it would be a bad idea to invade iraq. you said you said that in 2003 and 2004. last night, buzzfeed unearthed a
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stern september 11th, 2002, where you were asked, should we go into iraq and you said, yeah, i guess so. i guess my question to you, mr. trump, is, are you exaggerating how strong you were against the war? i know you've said things down the road that put you out there as someone who was against the road, but are you exaggerating how hard you were against it? >> no. that was long before the war started. by the time the war started and you have documentation of this, by the time the war started, i was against it. you see articles in 2003 -- politician. nobody cared about my opinion. that was just a question asked of me. i was a civilian. i was an entrepreneur. >> at the time, did you think it was a good idea? >> to go into the war? >> in 2002. >> it was a disaster. because the question was asked in 2002, long before the war started. by the time the war started, i was against it and immediately
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years, identify 've been against it. i said it'll destabilize the middle east and iran will take over the middle east. that's what happened. >> let's talk about the dust up with pope francis. we heard about what you had to say about that, and you feel maybe pope francis didn't say something as initially harsh as you were told. you said yesterday no leader, especially a religious leader, should have a right to question another man's religious and faith. i was struck by that. over this last week, and even on friday, a week ago, you tweeted about ted cruz. how can ted cruz be an evangelical christian when he lies so much and is so dishonest. you have been questioning another person's faith. >> no, i'm not. ted cruz told many lies. he got caught. you'll be reporting on one in a while, what he did with marco rubio, with a false ad he put out. what he did to ben carson in iowa.
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whether or not the fact you say he's a liar makes him less of a christian. >> no, i didn't. >> how can he be an evangelical christian when he lies so much and is dishonest. >> i'm not questioning his faith. i say that ted cruz holds up the bible and then lies. he's been caught on almost all occasions. he did voter violation forms, which is a fraud. he did so many things so bad. i've never seen anything like it. marco rubio called him an absolute liar. he's never seen anything like it. i've never seen a politician do that. ted cruz lies. everybody knows he lies. it's disgraceful and, yet, he says he's an evangelical christian. that's his -- i'm not -- i'm just saying he says it. >> mr. trump, thank you so much. i think we cut it out -- the cell phone signal cut out but i think we got it. thank you so much. >> thank you, mr. trump. things are getting tighter on the democratic side. look at our new poll. hillary clinton leads bernie sanders nationally.
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a month ago, secretary clinton was up 25 points. that race. good morning. >> good morning to you, willie. within hours of bernie sanders calling bill clinton's achievements disastrous, hillary clinton came out swinging town hall. >> i don't know where all this comes from because maybe it's that senator sanders wasn't really a democrat until he decided to run for president. >> reporter: it was the first time hillary clinton so fiercely attacked bernie sanders for not being a real democrat. >> he doesn't even know what the last two democratic presidents did. you know what, it's true. it's true. >> reporter: firing back at sanders for saying in 2011 that president obama should face a primary challenger. >> the idea that there can be a primary with different ideas get floated and debated, it's not terrible. >> reporter: and for criticizing bill clinton.
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clinton did a pretty good job as president. let's be clear, i happen to think our trade agreements from nafta, from tpp, have been a disaster. >> reporter: many questions focusing on immigration reform. including one woman, a u.s. citizen, whose husband was deported. >> what would you do to bring my husband home? >> clearly, those are not the policies that i want to see, and i will change those poll icy policies. >> how long would it take to change the policies? i've been waiting six years. >> i can't -- we will use our executive office and power as much as we can. >> reporter: later, unprompted, clinton reached out to her. >> i will end the three and ten-year bar provision, so you don't have to face that ever again. >> reporter: both were asked if they'd tackle immigration reform in their first 100 days. >> not a dictator here. it has to do with cooperation from the congress. >> it's at the top of this list. >> reporter: clinton came under
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transcripts of her paid speeches. >> i am happy to release anything i have, when everybody else does the same. >> reporter: with exit polls showing young women voting for sanders, he embraced his feminine side. >> i consider myself a strong feminist. in fact, gloria steinem, everybody knows she's one of the leading feminists of america, made me an honorary woman many, many years ago. >> on thursday night, both candidates showed up at a union picket line with labor a key factor in the vote for the caucuses tomorrow. they have one day left before the caucuses. it is a critical test of hillary clinton's campaign. she was once far ahead and now it's neck and neck. >> senator sanders playing to the honorary woman vote in nevada. andrea, thank you. let's bring in chuck mod, todd, moderator of "meet the press"
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>> let's talk about the town hall and what's happening in the state of nevada. the polling there, i know you said before, polling is unreliable. we don't get a lot of it. it looks tight based on what we know. what was your sense of things in the room with secretary clinton and senator sanders last night? >> well, what was fascinating was the fact that, by the way, both of them got booed at different points. bit. i think it tells you something about what's going on in the ground in nevada. the time i spent there, it's clear to me that both campaigns agree that sanders has the momentum and the question is whether clinton's lead, which she had a week ago here, is big enough to hold for a surge that there's an expectation that sanders supporters are going to flood at the last minute, reregister and get there. >> let's talk about south carolina. february 27th for the democrats to vote there. we have a poll out of south carolina on both sides.
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>> look, i think a lot depends on nevada. a sanders win, and i'd argue it's a must-win for sanders, but a sanders win in nevada then allows him to say, see, i can win in a place with a diverse elek ctorate electorate. it creates another week of negative headlines for clinton and it can close the gap in south carolina. a win in nevada would allow him to make it a single digit race in south carolina. that's why saturday is so important for both candidates. >> chuck todd on his way home, thank you so much. >> thanks, chuck. it is an emotional day at the supreme court where the body of justice antonin scalia will lie in repose. a public viewing ahead of funeral ral services tomorrow. pete williams is at the court for us this morning. good morning. >> good morning. this will be justice scalia's final return to the supreme court. a building where he was among the longest serving justices in u.s. history. today's ceremony is one he knew well. >> reporter: inside the supreme
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justice scalia's casket will lie in repose, an honor last given to former chief justice rehnquist in 2005. back then, justice scalia escorted president and mrs. george w. bush as they paid their respects. today, president and mrs. obama will come to the court to do the same for justice scalia. stephen breyer, in the first public appearance of a justice since scalia's death, said friends were sad. >> he was a life force of the court and it'll be a grayer place without him. decent man who has made an enormous impression. >> reporter: tomorrow, the funeral at the basilica of the national shrine of the i immaculate conception, where his son will celebrate mass. vice president biden will attend the funeral but president obama will not, prompting ted cruz to describe mr. obama this way.
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who is eager to travel to cuba but unwilling to show up at the funeral of justice scalia. >> reporter: with republicans saying the next president should appoint scalia's successor, biden told rachel maddow the senate must act promptly on president obama's nomination to get the court back to nine justice is. >> if we don't nominate someone in the next month or so, start the hearing process, they say nothing is going to happen until the next election, it won't be until next june or july before you have a supreme court justice. >> after a private ceremony this morning with a prayer and a reading, the supreme court will be open to the public for those who want to say their final good-byes. >> pete williams outside the supreme court, thanks. pope francis' back and forth with donald trump is not the only reason the pope is making news this morning. on his flight back to the vatican, he indicated that contraceptives could be used to prevent the spread of zika,
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long-standing ban. ann thamp e thompson is at vatican city with more. >> good morning. as we've seen with his comments on donald trump's border wall, pope francis can be blunt. even his closest observers were surprised by the exception he made yesterday to the church's opposition to artificial birth control. >> reporter: in pope francis' native latin america, the zika virus carried by mosquitos, is being linked to babies born with abnormally small heads. women are urged to avoid getting pregnant in the region of the world that is enormously catholic. the pope said contraception to prevent zika is the lesser of two evils compared to abortion. he said abortion is a crime, absolute evil, and likened it to what the mafia does. his decision is not the first in church history. in the '60s, the pope allowed
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birth control. in that case as in the zika epidemic now, francis said it was a clear exception. that exception has some people in latin america hailing francis as a modern pope who finds solutions. but experts insist this is not a change in church doctrine. >> this is not a blanket statement to apply to all forms of contraception at any moment, but this is dealing with a disease that's wreaking havoc in people's lives. >> now, pope francis also talked about the latest gossip here at the vatican concerning a close friendship st. john paul ii had with a female american philosopher. pope francis said friendship with a woman is not a sin. popes can have holy and healthy friendships with women, and popes need their input. without it, he said, men are missing something. >> quite the newsy trip back to the vatican. appreciate it.
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the weather from dylan in for al. >> not a week ago, we were talking about record cold. now, we're talking about record warm temperatures across almost the entire country. look at this ridge in the jet stream that's allowing temperatures to warm up. we saw several record highs through the plains, texas, the midwest yesterday. 20ed today, we'll see highs across the areas, as well. especially through the midwest, where temperatures will be running 15 to 25 degrees above average. look through the weekend. wichita, 72 today and 74 on saturday. the 60s on sunday. jackson, mississippi, mid to upper 70s. memphis, tennessee, top up in the mid to upper 60s. this will start to spread to the east. temperatures up and down the east coast will be well above average. we're looking at highs in washington, d.c. and richmond, virginia, to top out in the mid 60s for the start of the weekend. even into monday, temperatures well above average. that's a all year long you worked hard to take care of business and take care of the people who
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of a sight-seeing helicopter carrying a family of four as it crashes near pearl harbor. one person is in critical condition this morning. one of the witnesses who sprang into action is speaking out this morning. with flu cases on the rise across the country, what can you do to protect your family? we have good ideas. first, this is "today" on nbc. the new caramel macchiato from dunkin' donuts. let hand-crafted layers of espresso, milk, and a caramel-flavored swirl uplift your mood. indulge in a hot or iced macchiato today.
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jazmin: good friday morning. i'm jazmin walker. jason: i'm jason guy. 7:26. one man faces sentencing. luis cruz nezario was taken into custody but hadn't been scheduled yet. jazmin: deputies tryth found human remains yesterday. they found it on u.s. 9. they didn't find clothing or any other belongings near the remains. ted? ted: if you're driving to downtown orlando, that's getting busy too. you're looking at the 408 westbound on the left. right around i-4, traffic
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give yourself a few extra minutes. a crash off to the side on i-95 southbound. past state road 40 partially blocking a left lane. no major delays right now. amy? amy: more cloud cover especially east of orlando. the clouds are coming in off of the ocean. we've got a little cloud cover there. back to the inland areas, we're waking up to plenty of sunshine. so the temperatures are a big difference depending on if you have the clouds and the winds autoa you have of the ocean. 52 in orlando, 54, sanford, 52 in daytona beach. our temperatures will climb close to where we were yesterday. in fact, a degree or two warmer in a couple of spots. average. but the winds will stay breezy. right now, it's breezy at the coast. it will continue to be breezy, today. wind. in fact, we'll have a little more sunshine tomorrow as our
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out of the because i'm happy 7:30 now. it's tgif. 19th of february, 2016. these folk rs get s are getting a jump start on their weekend with a visit to our rockefeller plaza. we have natalie, dylan, me and willie said this was like a slumber party. >> you were doing your nails. >> it's the truth. preview of steals and deals coming. >> i sat back like this. >> i thought we were doing a news show here.
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let's get to the headlines this morning. this is breaking this morning. u.s. war planes carrying out air strikes on an isis training camp in western libya. as many as 40 people were killed. the u.s. was reportedly targeting a senior tunisian operative linked to two militant attacks in tunisia last year. that operative was likely killed in the strike. our new national poll shows bernie sanders cutting into hillary clinton's leads. 53% of voters supporting secretary clinton. 42% supporting sanders. both candidates taking part in a town hall last night, and they clashed over president obama. >> he's called him weak and disappointing, tried to get someone to run against him in the 2012 election, the primary. i just don't know where all this comes from. >> there is one of the two democratic candidates here who
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it wasn't me. >> the nevada caucus is tomorrow, while the republicans compete tomorrow in a primary in south carolina. and justice antonin scalia's body lies in repose today in the great hall of the supreme court building. the public is invited to pay their respects one day before funeral services. also this morning, we're learning more about a terrifying crash caught on camera in hawaii. a helicopter carrying a family of four, plunging into pearl harbor. nbc national correspondent miguel almaguer has more on this one. good morning. >> the national transportation safety board, ntsb, will be on site later today to start their investigation. they already have what could be a critical piece of evidence. video of the last moments the chopper was airborne. >> reporter: the sightseeing helicopter was losing altitude quickly. witnesses say smoke was coming from the tail as it closed in on a crowd gathered along the shore. then it happened. slamming into the water with
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the chopper began to sink immediately. scott witnessed the crash and sprang into action to help the victims. >> it was sputtering and came down. he put it right off the shore, where people were. as soon as people saw what was happening, they started running. >> reporter: as quickly as the helicopter went down, many plunged into the water. >> i swam in to the aircraft and the kid in the backseat was entangled in the seat belt. >> reporter: some passengers able to swim ashore, but a teenager was critically injured. everyone rushed to the hospital. >> i pray the kid is okay. i guess he's still in critical condition. >> reporter: the navy says the chopper is owned by genesis aviation, registered to jeffrey. this photo taken from his facebook page. the sightseeing company tours pearl harbor, offering stunning views of the u.s.s. arizona memorial, where the aircraft
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directly next to a visitors' center. >> seen the helicopter sputter about 500 feet. the pilot did what i would say was an amazing job. >> reporter: the investigation into what went wrong has just begun. an incredible crash caught on camera that everyone was lucky to survive. >> siting privacy concerns, we know one person was listed in critical condition. the other injuries are believed to be minor, considering the force of this crash. we did reach out to the owner of the helicopter company. our calls have not yet been returned. >> that video takes your breath away. thanks so much. there are new develops in apple's fight against the federal government on an order to hack into the phone of a san bernardino shooter. it's something the tech giant has done in the past. here's joe fryer. >> reporter: federal agents thursday taking evidence from the home of a relative of san bernardino shooter syed farook. >> can i talk to you real quick
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excuse me, can i talk to you? >> reporter: what the feds really want is access inside farook's iphone, sparking a public fight between apple and the government. more tech giants are backing apple, including facebook and twitter. its ceo writing, we stand with tim cook and apple and thank him for his leadership. the judge is ordering the company to create new software to unlock farook's phone. >> to deny government access under court order, that creates safe havens for all different kinds of bad guys. >> reporter: major tech companies get thousands of requests from law enforcement each year to hand over customer data. in many cases, faced with valid subpoenas or search warrants, the companies comply. in a court case last year in new york, prosecutors noted apple has repeatedly assisted law enforcement officers in federal criminal cases by extracting data from passcode-locked iphones.
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least 70 court orders since 2008. for apple, the san bernardino case is very different. apple can extract data from phones with older operating systems. ios 7 and earlier. farook's phone is running on ios 9 and apple says it can't extract data from those devices because they're encrypted. the company would have to build a so-called back door to get inside. steve wozniak says back doors are a bad idea. >> i believe that apple's brand recognition and value and profits is largely based on an item called trust and trust means you believe somebody. you believe you're buying a phone with encryption. we shouldn't have hidden back doors. >> reporter: apple has another week to respond to the court order in this battle over impressive si privacy and security. joe fryer, nbc news, los angeles. let's turn back to dylan who is in for al. >> we have cool video.
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amy: i am amy sweezey. sunshine and clouds this afternoon. it will >> that's your latest forecast. >> dylan, thank you. coming up, what questions do you have for us today? on trend, it is the return of the friday fishbowl. the late season surge in flu cases nationwide. so my kids don't have to forage, got two jobs to pay a mortgage, and i've also got a brain. life's short, talk is cheap. i'll be working while you sleep. still don't think
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in a couple hours we'll have a new map. importantly, when we reached out to doctors and hospitals across the country, they have value idated that we are seeing an uptick in the number of place s cases. in some places, twice as many cases. there are different indicators the cdc uses to try to determine the severity of the season. while they have some, they don't have all of the indicators. again, the people we reached out to have said they've seen, and the cdc is confirming, we're seeing a range of severity, from mild to severe. importantly, there have been cases, again in the young adults we generally think are the not so vulnerable group, who have gotten severe illness that has required intensive care. i always want to point that out. we know that the most vulnerable groups are the people over the age of 65 and kids under the age of 2, as well as people with chronic illnesses. if you're not vaccinated and
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adult, you could still get a severe illness if you get the flu. >> does that map and the late surge tell us something about this year's flu vaccine? i know this year, it wasn't very effective. >> the major train strain h1n1 is covered by this year's vaccine. a lot of people last year were saying, why should i bother getting vaccinated? >> is it too late to get vaccinated now? >> absolutely not. we see flu season go well into early may. it takes about two weeks to develop antibodies after you get vaccinated. really, now that we're seeing -- we're in the early stages of this surge of cases. it is not too late. we recommend vaccinations for everybody over the age of six months. a lot of anti-viral treatment, as well, if you're a candidate for it. speak to your health care infected. >> good information.
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>> i got my flu shot from you and feel terrific. >> great. it went so well. just ahead on pop start, adele teams up with ellen to pull off the ultimate hidden camera prank. and photoshop fail. the battle over this image
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a lot of attention this morning. carson has the story in the orange room. >> a little more attention than your boot. this is crazy. follow along with me if you can. can cruz campaign shared this image on thursday of senator marco rubio shaking hands with the president. there it is. not so fast. quickly, this is an image that showed cruz's team photoshoped the image with rubio and obama's faces on it. watch what happens. here's the example of the photoshop, right there. >> oh, with their left hands. >> put rubio and the president's faces on the stock photo. immediately, the #cruz photoshop look off online. rubio was edited into everything imaginable. there he is on the mona lisa. luke skywalker. he was in space. he made the faye mous oscar photo.
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victim, getting his "star wars" mockup with princess leia. miley's wrecking ball. overnight, the cruz campaign replaced the edited image with a real handshake between rubio and obama. not quick enough to beat the trend. guys? >> it was almost like intentional. a left-handed handshake, and then they had the real picture. why not go with that first? carson, thanks so lot. >> the internet was there for us with the memes.
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jason: good friday morning. i'm jason guy. jazmin: i'm jazmin walker. speed week continues today. the 250 truck race will start at 7:30. the nascar xfinity race is tomorrow night. and tomorrow night, the daytona 500 will take place. ted: not so bad. two minutes slower than average. to downtown orlando, that's slow. you can see the camera i-4 at caylee. eastbound on the right. it's a busy drive. and heads up for the crash at lake nona boulevard. a lane partially blocked there. slowing down a bit in the lake nona area. amy? amy: we have clouds rolling in. the closer you are in the east coast, the more clouds you have. further west, clear sky and plenty of sunshine.
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a great weekend whate it's 8:00 on "today". coming up, when faith and families collide. >> you have no idea, the nightmare that we have been going through. >> meet the parents who say they lost their daughter to a secretive religion. everybody get golden everybody get goldie. >> i'm an actress. >> the legendary actress opens up about fame, family and the
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her most amazing accomplishment yet. >> it's the most important thing i've done? i'd have to say probably. hello, jamba juice. >> chug. >> she'll show you how ellen helps adele pull off the perfect prank. today, friday, february 19th, 2016. the way you do what you do >> i'm turning 21 in new york. >> i'm here to celebrate my birthday all the way from texas. >> good morning, south carolina. it's my birthday. the way you do what you dough >> good morning, syracuse. it's our wedding anniversary. >> we're skipping school to dance in new york city. >> we're from texas to meet wrangler.
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it's friday, february 19th. 32 degrees on the plaza. great crowd out here. everyone is in a super good mood. love it. i love our boot ladies. i'll check it out. the medical boot is not fancy enough. we need to bling it out. >> accessorize. >> what's that show, "pimp my ride." >> nice. jill martin is here with a steals and deals to help drive away your winter blues, including a deal on nail polish that the ladies cannot stop raving about. carson and i are suffering the consequences. >> yes, we are. don't forget, you have one week left for your chance at the ultimate wedding. we've partnered with my "my big fat greek wedding 2" to give you a wedding.
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the rules and regulations. >> sounds good. thank you, carson. let's head inside for the check of the top stories. >> for the presidential candidates, it's the final full day of campaigning before tomorrow's contest in nevada and south carolina. kristen welker is in las vegas. good morning. >> natalie, good morning. another busy day of campaigning here in nevada. with the caucus less than 24 hours away. thursday night at our msnbc/telemundo town hall, the candidates had their sharpest exchanges on topics from immigration to who is more loyal to president obama. >> reporter: senator sanders and secretory clinton taking direct shots at each other thursday night. >> maybe it was that sanders wasn't a democrat until he decided to run for president. it's true. >> one of the two democratic candidates here ran against barack obama. it wasn't me. >> reporter: the audience also
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asking clinton to release transcripts of her golden sacks speeches. >> i'll release it when everybody else does. >> reporter: sanders pressed on his film eminism. >> gloria steinem made me a honorary woman. >> reporter: fighting to get im immigration reform done. >> it's a priority. >> you said you'll address it within the first 100 days. >> we will, jose. >> reporter: donald trump exchanging words with the pope. >> the pope is a nice guy. >> reporter: the pope said a guy who talks about building a wall is not a christian.
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interview, where trump showed support for the iraq war, which he said he's been opposed. >> are you for the iraq war? >> i guess so. clarify. >> by the time the war started, i was against the war. >> clinton is getting a boost. an endorsement from top south carolina democrat. the primary is a week away. clinton leads sanders there by 28 points. >> kristen, thank you. today, the president and first lady and the public pay their final respects to supreme court justice antonin scalia. throughout the day, thousands of people will file by his casket as his body lies in repose in the great hall of the supreme court. where scalia served for almost three decades. his funeral takes place tomorrow at the basilica at the national shrine of the immaculate conception in washington. an update on a story we told you about last month.
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edge of a crumbling cliff was torn down thursday in pacifica, california. it had been condemned years ago because of the costal erosion. it was perched precariously, in danger of falling. another apartment building right next door may be taken down, as well. it's not unusual for a member of the harlem globe globetrotters to hit a trick shot. this may be the best yet. take a look. the staples center balcony in los angeles. he heaved the ball 100 feet into the basket below. >> no way! >> nothing but net. the globetrotters are per forping forp ing -- performing at the staples center on sunday. amazing. >> i wonder how many times he tried it. >> we see them do these things all the time. >> thank you, natalie. coming up next, we'll do trending. you think it doesn't matter what you wear to the gym? it does. not just for dating. apparently, what you wear can improve your workout. >> all right.
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we're back now. it's 8:10. time for what's trending today. have you convinced yourself to buy fancy sneakers, thinking it might help you with your workout? or workout gear? or a cool dress, thinking i'll do better in my presentation? >> if i look the part, i'll be the part. >> i try to convince my husband all the time to buy something new. >> you're right and it's backed up by, wait for it, natalie, science. they did a study and found wearing designer names can boost your performance. >> ah-ha. >> it resolves around the pla see -- placebo effect. it allows us to relax and perform better. i think -- have you ever not wanted to go to the gym but you're like, i want to wear the
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>> i had the same wear of sports from when carson was hosting trl. >> the cut-off shirt? >> you'll feel better about yourself. >> when you look cute working out, you work out harder. >> that's what you're going for, cute. >> i'm not sure that's what i'm going for when i work out. an image went viral online. a korean war vet taken in the 1950s. the man in the picture, he wants to keep his identity private. the man's grandson posted his picture on reddit and the grandpa. >> easy, easy. we shared this story on our facebook page and it went wild. a lot of you submitted your own hot grandpa photos. we have to share some. >> let's see. >> it's the uniforms. >> that helps. >> also the era.
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>> let's go back to the -- oh, he's cute. >> when reached for comment, natalie morales said, hubba, hubba. >> oh, my. >> it's like hollywood. watch out. it's friday. we thought we'd get out the old fishbowl. let's start with you. 90 seconds on the clock. >> i start? >> pass it around. >> random questions. >> we don't know what they are. >> if you don't like the question, throw it back. >> is that true? >> new rule. >> what's your biggest turn off? >> untidiness. >> i thought you'd say nail polish. >> cleaning up my stuff. >> would you rather feel hungover for a month or be forced to wear stilettos all day, every day, for a month? >> stilettos. >> hungover is never fun. >> hungover suggests maybe i had a fun night the day before. >> good for you. >> would you rather eat your favorite meal every meal for the rest of your life, or never eat your favorite meal again? >> i'd rather eat my favorite
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than never eat it? yeah. absolutely. >> here we go. if you could read one person's mind, who would it be? that's a tough one. my dog. >> i was going to say, i have a running dialogue of what my dog is thinking. >> i love you, i love you, all day long. >> what scares you the most and why? i hate my stomach dropping, like on roller coasters, all that stuff. i don't know if that's the most, but it's one of my fears. >> the fire/tornado thing doesn't scare you that you showed us earlier? >> who is the first person you call when you have a bad day? my wife. >> from natalie gnat if you could be any rock star, who would you be? good question. i don't know. madonna.
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>> that's it. that was fun. >> madonna? now for the prank adele and ellen pulled off. danica patrick goes undercover for a joke, as well. >> thursday, adele was on the ellen degeneres show. talked about her performance at the grammys and how disappointed she was afterward. it didn't stop adele from having fun with ellen. she walked into a jamba juice with hidden cameras, wearing an ear piece with ellen's voice, and the singer had to do what ellen told her. things got funny. take a look. >> am i seeing wheat grass there? >> yeah. >> take out scissors from your purse. in your purse are scissors. i would like -- and start chopping some. >> can i chop some up? >> anything you want.
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chew on it. >> there's a brush in your purse. ask her to brush your hair. >> can you brush my hair? >> it was gold. >> awesome. >> you have to watch the whole thing. it was really funny. >> i love that series. another singer whose grammy performance didn't go as -- actually, didn't go at all. rihanna, at the last minute, she backed out due to bronchitis. now her world tour will be delayed two weeks due to production delays. it'll be the first solo for rihanna since 2013. finally, danica patrick, you're used to seeing her in a car but not as your driver. the nascar racer went undercover, picking up unsuspecting passengers. see what happens next. >> buckle up for safety. you might need it. my boyfriend thinks i'm a
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>> i don't follow the rules. i drive too fast. i ride too close. gosh, come on, light. i hate waiting. that's what we want. >> come on. >> whoo! >> no way. >> this is crazy. >> there you go. in the end, danica revealed who she was and the passengers got a selfie out of the experience. that is your pop start for friday. >> a lot of hidden camera stuff. >> very good. >> popular right now. dylan, how is the weather? >> not going amy: with this weather up date, i am amy sweezey. we have plenty of sunshine and
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it will >> that's your latest forecast. savannah? >> dylan, thank you so much. this morning, we have a new installment in our series, undercovered. you pick the stories you think need more attention. >> investigative correspondent ronan farrow has been digging around and uncovered one about faith and family. good morning. >> good to see you. a little background, experts say there are more than 3,000 unorthodox religious groups across the u.s. and europe. some, people say, are dangerous, . what happens when a family thinks their daughter has been drawn into a dangerous cult? she says her parents aren't accepting her beliefs. sugar decuir suggested this undercovered topic.
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the cult becky belongs to the group and we can't get her away. >> voicemail box of -- >> reporter: it's rebecca's birthday. those are her parents. they're calling but they know they won't hear back. >> we love you so much. we wish you were with us. we miss you. >> reporter: they say their daughter's mind has been hijacked. >> you have no idea the nightmare we've been going through. >> reporter: the family says it came out of nowhere. rebecca's childhood seemed perfect. she was in the national honor's society, on the track team, in the school band. she wanted to grow up to the a teacher. >> i was close with my sister. she was really happy. >> reporter: about nine years ago, an acquaintance invited rebecca to join a bible study group. her family said she started slipping away. >> she didn't come home for christmas. she didn't show up to my wedding. >> reporter: then they say things got really weird. suddenly, rebecca was married to another member of the church.
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>> what makes you think it was arranged? >> it was so sudden. >> the fellow was from korea, spoke little english. >> we're glad each and every one of you joined us today. >> reporter: the group is called the world mission society church of god. it's a religious movement that believes god has been reborn as this woman, currently living in south korea. the group says it has 2 million members in 175 countries. branches are across the united states. it's a tax-exempt charity and does community service. over the course of more than five months of reporting, nbc news heard from specialists, reporters and former members who told a different story. including five former members who all used one word. >> i consider them a cult. >> reporter: that's former member michelle. she claims the group is brainwashing people, convincing them to hand over their savings because the world is about to end. >> people are separating themselves from their families.
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emptying out their pensions to donate the money to the church because what do you need a pension and a 401(k) for if the world is going to end soon? >> you think it could happen to anyone? >> anyone. absolutely. but i didn't know, you know, what was going to happen. >> been a little over a year now. >> reporter: charles and candy are afraid for their daughter. they want her to get out like rachelle did. they set out from the family home in michigan to the last address they have for rebecca, an office in new jersey. >> we won't give up until we have her back. >> reporter: they think going public, exposing the group, may be their last chance at helping their daughter. they're wearing hidden cameras. when they find rebecca, she's furious. >> we came all this way. >> this earth is a drop in the bucket. you didn't drive that far. the earth is small compared to the grand universe god created. god is here in the flesh now on
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>> heavenly mother is here. do you think i'm ashamed that god came in the flesh? >> no. he came 2,000 years ago. >> and again in 1948. >> does that mean you can't have a relationship with us? >> i tried. it doesn't work. it's over. i'm not going to have a relationship with you. that's my decision. >> becky. open it. >> that's it. >> open it for a second. >> i am not going to hug you and kiss you. >> i need one. >> no, you don't. >> i need one. >> you don't. >> i need one. >> that was the cult becky. no matter what she tells us, we love her. we haven't given up. rewe want we wanted to hear from the group so we headed to the church where michelle and rebecca worshipped. >> what is a cult and what is
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>> reporter: that's missionary john power. >> the world mission society church of god has always been an organization, a church, that wanted to share the love of god with mankind. >> reporter: he disputes every allegation. >> we don't brainwash anyone. we don't teach a date about the end of the world. >> reporter: he says no one is forced to give to the church. >> if anybody emptied out their saving account to do that, it wasn't because the church asked them to. it was something they felt they wanted to do. >> reporter: the church said they brought a member to talk to us, as well. it was just before we sat down that they reveal it's rebecca. >> i grew up as a normal kid. i had loving parents, and they raised me up well. >> reporter: she says her parents aren't respecting her choice of faith. >> it feels very much like an ultimatum. choose your faith in god the mother, or choose us as your parents. >> one of the things your
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placed into what they call an arranged marriage. >> absolutely wrong. it was not a forced marriage by any means at all. >> reporter: rebecca said her families actions are forcing her into speaking out publicly. she has a direct response. >> i am not in a cult. i am not brainwashed. i hope that you wake up, mom, and realize that i love you. i wish you would stop listening to other people and start listening to me and believe what i say. trust me. >> there's becky. >> reporter: her parents are convinced they're doing the right thing in trying to bring her home. >> when she does wake up, i hope she doesn't say to us, why didn't you try more? >> or try harder. >> try harder to get me out.
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i just couldn't. >> experts told me this group's activities do raise red flags. it has a reputation for dividing families, retaliating against critical members. the group sued that former member i spoke so, michelle. she counter sued and it was dismissed. the group says this is america and they're exercising their right to freedom of religion. >> it's heartbreaking to see how it's torn the family hi apart. >> it was fascinating about the cult. but as a parent, you feel your child slipping away and they feel like they might be able to pull her back. >> it's in the eyes of the viewer, whether this is a group you want a loved one to be a part of. there are a lot of families in this situation. >> and the parents heard her say, she loves her mom. hopefully there is comfort there. >> they're in contact again. we'll see. >> your next undercovered story? >> people picked good ones.
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twitter page and pick jazmin: good friday morning. i'm jazmin walker. jason: one man will face a judge ahead at the deadly mass shooting at glitz nightclub. jose lopez was taken into custody for a second time in this case. luis cruz rosario was scheduled but he hadn't been scheduled for an appearance. ted: cleared up, no major delays. obt northbound, heads up, the crash is blocking the lane. one partially blocking lake nona causing a little bit of a slowdown. amy? amy: clouds coming in off of the ocean. the further east you live, the more clouds you have inland
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8:30 now on friday, february 19th, 2016. pretty day out on our plaza. gang is all here. matt comes back next week, after
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looking forward to that. coming up, much-needed help as the winter weather has wreaked havoc on your skin. you don't want to miss jill's exclusive steals and deals. plus, is your kitchen set up to ruin your diet? sam kass shows you how to arrange your space to make healthier choices. goldie hawn opens up about her passion project and secret to her happiness. finally, our final day of our prizes sweepstake. we have private cooking classes and a trip to our set. head to our website, today.com/food club to enter. >> wrangler, you're stepping on my good foot. i have one left. dylan, let's get a check of the weather. >> it's cold now but it'll warm through the weekend. on saturday, most of the country is going to enjoy a lot of sunshine. up and down the east coast, 50s and 60s.
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thunderstorms, especially near st. louis and southern illinois and western kentucky. the rain spreads out a little bit into sunday. from ohio down to texas, those will be scattered showers and storms. still looking at temperatures above average up and down the east coast. 70s in the southeast. 50s through the midwest and into the plains, too. we are looking for more rain and mountain snow back in the pacific northwest. amy: with this weather up date, i am amy sweezey. we have plenty of sunshine and clouds this afternoon. it will >> we're celebrating a big birthday on the plaza. how old are you? >> 11.
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>> boston. >> i see the pats hat. i didn't search him out on purpose, i swear. savannah. >> dylan, thank you so much. we have an all new steals and deals for you this morning. jill martin is here to help us beat the winter beauty blues. good morning. >> morning. it is snowing in studio 1a today. >> this is lovely. >> isn't it beautiful? we want to help you get out of your winter rut and get into spring with a beautiful beauty routine. let's start with the jojoba company. you get the facial cleanser, multivitamin for your skin and a hydrating day cream. this is the whole set you need to replenish your skin. retail, $127.85. the deal, $38. 70% off. >> great. >> air brush makeup system. people love this. >> this is usually a situation because you don't know how to do it. this has everything in it, plus easy directions. dummy proof. the air brush visit.
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$26.99 is the deal from $89.99. it has a comfortable material. it'll mold to how you sleep. >> you'll go to the orange room to see carson. skin care sets, the air brush system, the belletto studio set, the color club nail polishes and the jojoba company. >> jill also has a fashion line with qvc. we teamed up for the next big thing. we searched the country for an invention and crowned our winner. we did it live in the studio. leslie's genius product made qvc history. they sold out before anybody could describe it. jill, we're at it again. >> it changed her life and her business. we are at it again. in time for mother's day, we are
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inventors out there. the moms in the world. head to today.com to enter. you'll have a chance to appear live in our studio in front of a panel of judges. the winner the next day will come on live with me on qvc to sell their product. you have until march 4th to sbrr. >> get to it, moms. up next, goldie hawn opens up about what she says was the most important thing she's ever done. first, this is "today" on nbc.
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to success. >> you think just because i'm a movie star, i don't have feelings. you're wrong. i do have feelings. i'm an actress. i have all of them. >> making people laugh and feel good and be funny, and all that, is the greatest gift i could ever have. >> reporter: for 12 years now, the oscar-winning actress has been following a much more serious script that focuses on children. >> in many ways, right now, is this the most important thing i've ever done? i'd have to say, probably, yes. >> one, two, three. >> reporter: she create add program called mind up, working with neuroscientists, psychologists and educators. they developed an interactive way to teach school kids how their brains work and how to become more mindful. >> what does mindfulness mean? >> mindfulness is being in the moment. i think it's wonderful to be able to bring yourself back to center and actually have the
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it's all we have. we don't have yesterday. it's gone. tomorrow hasn't happened. the beautiful thing is to live right now. >> how hard is that? >> the only thing that's hard about it is finding the time to sit down. >> reporter: a few times each day, the kids pause. it's called a brain break. after a few quiet moments, their eyes open and heart rates drop. >> that's telling our bodies that we're calm and we can think clearly. we're ready to take a test. or ready to calm down. >> reporter: it can also tame aggression. >> if you're angry at your friend, should you hit them? >> no. >> no. that's why we pause, take deep breaths, in and out. >> i don't do nearly as much conflict-resolution with students. they're better able to manage their conflicts with themselves. >> reporter: goldie believes in meditation. >> close your eyes. comfortable, hands in your lap.
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>> thoughts come into your mind. float away. >> reporter: she started practicing in her 20s to calm anxiety during her rapid rise to fame. >> do you think kids today have it harder than when you were young? >> most definitely. i think the world has changed, obviously. it changed after 9/11. we live in a lot of fear. >> reporter: she hopes mind up gives kids the tools they need to be happy, optimistic and compassionate. 650,000 children, kindergarten through eighth grade, are doing the program. >> when you're calm, does it help you with your school work? >> when i'm calmed down at home and i do my yoga, i feel like i can do my homework more and i can focus. >> when you hear the chime, how does it make you feel? >> good. >> why is that? >> because it cools you down. >> have you heard some success stories that have -- >> yeah. >> -- moved you? >> one was these kids that came
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this class, i never would have gotten through college. >> when you hear stories like that, how do you respond? >> i cry. because our children have to have every chance to survive. and every chance to live in a healthy, happy world. >> reporter: for this comedy legend, it's a dramatic turn, giving children something good to think about. for "today", joe fryer, nbc news, california. >> i love goldie hawn. >> i know. >> blanket love. >> close my eyes and hear her voice. >> meditate. >> therapeutic. >> it's a great program. we saw kate middleton earlier this week doing the same idea, of teaching kids to really be confident and have a healthy mind. really important. >> we could all use that lesson, actually, right? >> absolutely. coming up next, former white house chef sam kass shows you how to set up your kitchen to live longer and better. first, this is "today" on
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today's food is brought to you by lala yogurt smoothies. practice it on the go. we're back at 8:45. kitchen fixing that can lead to a longer, better and healthier life. former white house chef, sam kass, says it all starts with how your space is arranged. good to see you, my friend. will you take everything i love out of the pantry and fridge? >> no, but we're going to rearrange a lot of it. >> where do we begin? >> nutrition and diet is the number one cause of preventable disease in our country by a lot. a lot of it starts with how we set our kitchens up. we're trying to eat healthier, doing everything we can, but we're doing battle in our kitchens. we come home and put out our favorite treats on the counter. we end up eating more of this. a good friend of mine has done
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has chips or crackers, they're likely to weigh nine pounds more than average. cereal, 20 pounds more than average. soda, 30 pounds more. it's just out for us to eat. >> we don't have to get rid of it all together, you want to conceal it a little bit? >> i would try to get rid of some of it. the things you really love, we're going to put them up here on the top shelf, where we can't see them. that means what ends up happening is you're only going to eat them when you really want it. >> work to get it. >> not when you see it. that's step one. you eat what you see. >> by the way, this where everybody leaves them. when i get home from work, i go to the chips and cookies. >> that's step one. you have to get it out of sight. the things you want to eat, we want to put in sight. first thing, take fruit and put it on the counter. the average person who had this on their counter, seven pounds less. >> really? >> yeah.
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put out dry fruits and nuts. healthy snacks that you enjoy. your kids will enjoy. you make it so they'll running through the kitchen, instead of seeing the cookie that was just there, they're going to grab raisins, whatever it is. >> you're still having the cookies and chips, just less frequently? >> you'll eat them still. fine, cookies are great. you just want to only have them occasionally. it's a great way to do it. >> let's move to the fridge, sam. what am i doing wrong in here? >> the fridge is the same issue. we have most of our vegetables and fruits in the bottom. then they go bads and we waste the food. >> forget they're there. >> bring it out of the shadows. let's put it where we can see it. actually, the evidence shows that you're three times more likely to eat something if it's in eye line. >> okay. >> the staples are easily cut up, fruits and vegetables here. you have avocadoes, which are
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eggs are important for health. plenty of fruit. herbs are also something that will make any dishes. >> i like non-fat greek yogurt, too. put your own fruit in it. >> it's rich and creamy but has no fat. the other great thing to have is water ready available. water pitches increases how much water we drink. >> what do i have to take out of the fridge? >> the things i look for to take out are things are sugar. one of the top couple ingredients. or lots of words you don't understand. if you don't know what that is, you probably don't want to be eating it. >> sam, real quick, show us a good snack to make as we go to break here so people can make this weekend. it'll be good for them. >> all your vegetables you need something to do with it. hummus is one of the best things to do. olive oil, lemon, garlic. >> right in with the chick peas. >> a quick blend and you're good to go. >> you use the vegetables you have in your eye line in the fridge and dip them?
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>> sam kass, great to see you, my friend. >> a yeah. >> a little bit of a buzz kill on my cookies but i'll work through it. >> put them on the today. we're back in a moment. this is "today" on nbc.
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hallowed ground. in honor of our living longer, living better series, we have secrets to a long life. happy 103rd birthday to catherine in pennsylvania. she said the secret is to keep a sense of humor and smile at everyone. she looks beautiful. mr. al starr is 100 years old. he's from illinois. says eating two pieces of dark chocolate every day is his secret. >> that's my secret. love al. >> happy 100 birthday to margaret armstrong of maryland. she said having a dream and a passion for a cause can help you. francesco. >> love it. >> have to have the glass of whiskey every day. >> and the dark chocolate. >> all good advice.
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100 years old, as well. she says to eat graham crackers for breakfast. >> i like it. >> last but not least, a happy 100th birthday to benjamin yehuda of new york. two cups of warm water every morning and walk a mile every day. >> nice. >> if you want us to honor someone's milestone birthday or anniversary, head to today.com/celebrate. don't forget to include a photo. >> nice job, dylan. >> under a lot of pressure. >> he got stuck on a flight. >> longevity, there's always a little chocolate, chardonnay. >> enjoying the little moments in life. >> live life. >> love it. we have something really special next week. it's up for the job. we are interning in careers we'd like to try. here's a preview. >> reporter: from serving up the weather forecast in studio 1a -- >> wow.
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>> reporter: -- to serving breakfast to the king of the jungle. >> what, give us p show business? >> reporter: al does his internship at the san diego zoo. >> hi, who are you? >> i'm natalie. >> reporter: natalie sees if the devil really does wear prada. >> first off, tea. little bit of milk. >> reporter: she interns at "koz "cosmopolitan carson will be at a different seeing what it takes to be a ramp agent, helping to get travelers' bags where they need to be. meanwhile, matt will be learning the ropes as an air traffic controller. it's non-stop laughs as willie interns at "saturday night live." you can tell his heart was really into it. >> can we get a picture? >> reporter: i'm going to follow around comedian amy schumer, as her assistant, while tamron shadows movie director ava duvernay. >> this one is trying to bite me.
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for kathie lee and hoda, as they intern at a pet groomers. finally, sheinelle and dylan are the women behind the band rascal flatts. >> amazing internships. >> i know. >> back breaking work i'm doing for the men and women of delta airlines and you're doing that! >> i know. is bradley cooper in your phone? prada internship? >> it was awesome. >> they opened the doors in a way they usually don't do. >> who was hosting? >> melissa mccarthy and kanye. >> wow. >> you got a good one. you're a rock star. >> with rascal flas tts. i got to hand off the guitar on stage. >> this was a good series. i had a really good time.
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it's all next week, starting with monday, al has his internship at the san diego zoo. >> very cool. up next? >> we have a busy hour. dylan will stick around to hang out with us.
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jazmin: i'm jazmin walker. live with breaking news on alex villarreal. jason: deputies injured there. what are you learning? reporter: in east orange county right now near colonial road. you can see a big response. an orange county sheriff's deputy was deliberatery run over by a juvenile here. that's what the sheriff's office is telling us. that deputy is undergoing medical treatment. the juvenile is at large. they tell us that this deputy is a juvenile assess ment assessment monitoring officer. she was here to check on this juvenile when she was run over by this car. that juvenile she was checking on is the one who was driving the car. again, still on the loose.
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sheriff's office says the jam officeever, j.a.m. stands for juvenile arrest and monitoring. keep following this for you and bring you updates on air and on wesh.com. climbing. a couple of clouds. 62 in orlando. 63 in daytona beach. we'll keep going. lower 70s for your friday. northeast. 74 for the high in orlap doe. in to the weekend, fantastic weather. clouds new customers can save an average of $500 to progressive. so you'll be bringing home the bacon in no time. sorry.
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