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michelle: stay connected with updates from the wesh two mobile app . jason: we will see you back here tomorrow morning for sunrise. good morning. good night. donald trump stays ahead in the republican contest. >> i wouldn't say anybody didn't do well who didn't do well. only one person did well tonight. donald trump. >> brings props to his victory rally to take on critics of his business empire. >> make the finest wine, as good of wine as you can get anywhere >> we'll join us live. on the democratichillary
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nomination dashes with bernie sanders win in a key state. a pastor shot in a rally outside of the white house. he was arrested by the secret service. how was a wanted man able to get on a plane and fly to washington? raining debris. twisters rip across texas. >> whoa! whoa! >> tornado. >> yeah. >> yes, that's a tornado. >> major flooding forcing evacuations in louisiana. 18 million people facing the threat of more severe weather today. and the man behind the mania. george martin, known as the fifth beatle, the legendary producer who signed the fab four and guided them into music history has died. paul mccartney says the world has lost a truly great man 2016.
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this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. good morning, everyone. welcome to "today" on a wednesday morning. i know you weren't even born, but boy, george martin, what a legendary figure in music. responsible for a lot of the music we came to love from the beatles. >> they don't call everyone the fifth beatle. >> no question about it. we'll have a tribute to sir george in a little while. this morning, once again, the presidential race is our top story. let's get right to the results. the republicans, donald trump took the biggest prizes of yesterday. michigan, mississippi and he added hawaii to his list of victories overnight. while ted cruz won by a large margin in idaho, nearly 20 points. let's look at how the delegates break down. trump leading with 456. cruz in second with 363. marco rubio, who had three
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four yesterday has 153. >> sanders pulled off a rather surprising upset against clinton in michigan, but she scored a decisive victory in mississippi by more than 65 points. that pushed clinton over the halfway mark in the race for delegates needed to lock up that nomination. >> we have complete coverage this morning. we'll talk to donald trump live in a moment. let us begin with nbc national correspondent peter alexander. good morning to you. >> matt, good morning. another strong showing overnight for donald trump. he's padded his delegate lead, reclaimed momentum in the race and now has shown his ability to clinch the republican nomination will hinge heavily on how well he can do in next week's super tuesday, when it's winner take off. >> only one person did well tonight, donald trump. i will tell you. >> reporter: donald trump celebrating another step toward the republican nomination with what, at times, felt more like a
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>> the magazine is great, take one. by the way, if you want to take one, we'll charge you about, what, $50 -- no, i won't. >> reporter: the billionaire who polarized his party is now calling for unity. >> what i say to the republicans is embrace it. we will win the election easily. >> reporter: trump dismissing his sparring partner, marco rubio, whose campaign suffered a dismal night. >> hostility works for some people. doesn't work for everybody. >> reporter: a slinging defeat for the well-funded, anti-trump movement, but its ad airing in florida targets trump for using vulgar language. >> i know words. i have the best words. listen, [ bleep ]. he gets the nomination, they'll sue his [ bleep ]. he's a [ bleep ]. we'll beat the [ bleep ]. >> he's not presidential. are you embarrassed by that? >> it's better than any ad i've taken by myself.
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other than the great abe lincoln. he was very presidential, right? >> reporter: with trump widening his delegate lead over ted cruz. >> if you want to defeat donald trump, our campaign is the only one who can do it. >> reporter: marco rubio's last resort is his home state. >> i believe with all my heart the winner of the florida primary next tuesday will be the nominee of the republican party. >> reporter: despite tallying zero wins through 23 states, john kasich, battling for second in michigan, delivered what could have been mistaken for a victory speech. >> we are going to win the state of ohio. >> the big prizes on super tuesday, florida and ohio, and here's what the new numbers show. first, donald trump with a wide double digit lead over rubio in florida, the senator from the state. cruz in third. in ohio, the race is competitive. trump holding on to the lead at 41%. john kasich at 35%.
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i spoke to one of the heads of the anti-trump movement and they say they didn't compete in any of the states that voted yesterday. they're setting their sights on super tuesday. >> peter, thank you very much. donald trump is on the phone with us now live. mr. trump, good morning. >> good morning. >> let me completely reverse my line of questioning from yesterday. i said, is it possible the weight of the attacks coming at you from other republicans have slowed your momentum. you won three of the four contests yesterday. is it possible the weight of the attacks is actually helping you? >> i think so. i mean, you see the numbers i got. in mississippi, i love the people of mississippi and michigan, and you look at what's happened. the numbers were astronomical. i'm surprised at it, matt. i'll be honest, i've never seen such negativity, such negative ads. i mean, they came at me. i heard what you said about, somebody said, what are you going to start now?
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million on negative ads. >> the more they call you a con man and a fraud, the more your supporters dig in their heels? >> that's one of the reasons i did what i did last night. i brought out a magazine which i have. mitt romney got up last week and talked about the stakes. well, we have a great stake division. we have a great magazine. we have a great -- all of the things he talked about, you know, i have. he went through a list of things. i don't want to even do that, but what he said was a lie. it was fraudulent, and he shouldn't have done that. i understand where he's coming from. he had a very horrible loss, and he hasn't recovered from it. >> you're making me hungry. >> i know. matt, the truth is, you had a loss and he hasn't recovered. we have to recover as a party. this tremendous positive energy in the party. we're setting records going to the polls. 65% up. millions of millions of people, some people have never voted before, and they're voting for
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they're voting in the party. >> that's a good way to get to the next question. on the election nights you've been saying, i'm a unifier. i can unify the party. yet, you do have this big segment of the party, orthodox conservative, traditional republicans, who are terrified at the prospect of your candidacy. to the extent it is on you to do so, how can you unify? how can you get them over to your side? >> okay, savannah, we have something going on that's the biggest political story all over the world, and it's what's happening with the republican party. you see it better than anybody. where millions of people are coming out and voting in the primaries, millions more than four years ago. 65% more. whereas, the democrats are down 30% and 35%. no spirit behind hillary and there never will be. there's nothing to be spirited about. what happens is we have something that if we could embrace it, we're going to have
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instead of all of this negative stuff, i was at the tournament last week, where adam scott won, and i turn on the television and every time there is a commercial, it was a negative ad in florida about me. a horrible and false ad. these are false ads. these are disgusting, false ads that were written by people that are absolutely haters. if this party came together, matt, nobody could beat it. that's one of the things i respect. paul ryan called me, such a smart call, such a wonderful call. >> mr. trump, as always, thanks for your time. we appreciate it. >> thank you very much, matt. >> wif the e have the wines, steaks in there, magazines. >> a lot of things. >> branding has been accomplished. as we mentioned, the upset of the night wept nt to sanders stunning hillary clinton in michigan. will it reshape the democratic race and the delegate race? kristen welker has more on that. morning. >> good morning to you.
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more delegates this morning, but it is senator sanders who has new momentum after the major upset in michigan. now, the win is significant because it shows he can be competitive in these larger, more diverse states. a lot of folks asking this morning exactly what happened. there are indications this morning that clinton's ground game in michigan may have been lacking. sanders' message resonated. he hammered clinton for supporting nafta, unpopular in michigan and throughout the midwest. even sanders seemed surprised by the win, speaking to reporters in a hastily arranged press gathering after the results came? >> what we have done is created the kind of moe mentum that we need to win. once again, this has been a fantastic night in michigan. we are very grateful. >> we're getting new poll numbers out this morning. let's take a look at florida. secretary clinton firmly in the lead.
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to 32%. 43%. but michigan underscores that this democratic race just got a whole lot more competitive everywhere. >> kristen, thank you so much. let's bring in chuck todd, moderator of "meet the press," and steve kornacki. fellas, good morning to you. >> morning. democrats. the michigan victory for sanders, did it seem a surprise? well, maybe most to sanders and his team. what does it mean for momentum and the delegate mass? >> the delegate mass, it didn't do anything. hillary clinton got more delegates because of her dominance in mississippi. he actually lost ground. but it does mean something in momentum. i think it's a reminder to hillary clinton, she has work to do to gain trust of sort of the spectacle part of the democratic party when it comes to trade deals, this or that. the bitter she
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the better she'll potentially be against donald trump who will go after her on the same issues. sanders won in michigan, he can win in ohio. there are northern tier states he can do well in. let's switch to the republicans. donald trump had a big night. marco rubio had a bad day with a couple of third and fourth place finishes. if florida wasn't on the calendar next tuesday, is there any way he could stay in the race? >> the performance was so bad for rubio. maybe under normal circumstances, a candidate in that situation might think about, do i even want to contest my home state? this is the problem for rubio and why it was a big win for trump last night. early voting is already underway in florida. tens of thousands, hundreds of thousands of votes already in the books in florida. if marco rubio were to say, i'm going to get out of the race, let the party unite around ted cruz, even if it united from this point forward around cruz,
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in florida. in florida, winner take all. you get 99 delegates if you win. donald trump is in a good spot right now. >> how is the effort, the anti-trump effort to take away florida, take away ohio, how is that looking this morning? >> he has a better shot at ohio than florida. john kasich is a sitting governor. you get the sense that florida republicans aren't comfortable rallying around rubio. but the ohio republicans are comfortable to rally around kasich, but it's still not looking good. kasich finished third, not second in michigan. no extra bump. of course, what we described with rubio. neither kasich nor rubio got momentum out of last night going into their home states. it's trump with the momentum. >> do we look at polling differently going forward, since there seemed to be bumps in the road? >> we are under sampling, i
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doing it, under sampling the trump -- >> i agree. >> i'll give a pass in michigan. first democratic state in 24 years. >> he said he's pulling in non-traditional voters. >> we're not correctly polling the trump pollsters. the weekend shooting of an idaho pastor the day after he led a prayer at a ted cruz rally. the suspect taken into custody more than 2,000 miles away from the shooting at the white house. pete williams has the latest. >> the secret service says this man was arrested after throwing non-hazardous materials over the white house fence. then officers discovered he was wanted in idaho. police say the man has written that the president needed to do more to resist space aliens. >> reporter: the secret service
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outside the white house tuesday night throwing documents and a computer flashdrive over the fence. the scene around the white house was active hours later. the 30-year-old was immediately taken into custody, putting an end to a three-day man hunt. >> i think everyone can breathe a sigh of relief that this part of the case has come to a conclusion conclusion. >> reporter: the case started in idaho where a man shot a pastor on sunday, just a day earlier, pastor tim has delivered the opening prayer for ted cruz at a campaign rally. >> you get all the glory, all the honor and all the praise for it, lord. >> reporter: remmington was walking out of his church to his car when he was shot six times, critically wounded. odom was identified as the suspect after video from the church parking lot showed a silver 2004 honda accord linked to the former marine. they believe odom flew from
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they're baffled at how he boarded the plane in the first place. the pastor was not the only target. odom, who had a history of mental problems, revealed his plan in a letter sent to his parents and news media. >> there is a number of people that were listed in the manifesto. there is a number of u.s. senators and house of representatives people, israeli government officials. it was extensive and disturbing to us. >> authorities in idaho say the pastor who was shot in the head and back is recovering, awake and talking. for the man who was arrested, members of his family say they're grateful he was safely apprehended and nobody else was hurt. >> pete williams for us on this story, thank you. this morning, we're learning more about the american who was killed in a stabbing rampage in israel. joe bide anne ed de arrives there for key talks with leaders. kelly cobiella is following this for us. good morning.
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west point grad with a brilliant future. that's how the vice president described taylor this morn g ing. the texas native and veteran of iraq and afghanistan was visiting israel, out for a walk by the sea, when he was stabbed. >> reporter: a blood bath on the seafront. tourists were out, commuters on their way home when the attack started. ten wounded, the sidewalk stained red. the man with a knife was caught on cell phone video running down the seaside street, trying to stab drivers stuck in traffic. it took 20 minutes to stop him. witnesses tried to help. >> there was a man on the floor, received stab wounds here and on his back. i took off my jacket and i put it on his eye. >> reporter: american taylor force died at the hospital. the 29-year-old veteran of iraq and afghanistan was studying business at vanderbilt. in tel-aviv on a school trip to share his insights and knowledge
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university said. describing force as a young and hopeful life, who exemplified the spirit of learning and service. the stabbing spree was one of three attacks by palestinians across israel over an hour and a half on tuesday. the worst day of violence in weeks. vice president joe biden meeting with benjamin netanyahu today was a mile from the stabbing where force was killed. >> my wife and my two grandchildren and granddaughter were having dinner on the beach, not very far from where that happened. it can happen anywhere at any time. >> the vice president also saying this morning that the u.s. stands firmly behind israel's right to defend itself, along with passing his condolences to the victims' families. this morning, israeli media is reporting that taylor force's wife was also stabbed and is in critical condition.
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independently confirm that. matt and savannah? >> awful story. thank you. breaking news out of seattle overnight. nine firefighters taken to the hospital after a massive explosion leveled several buildings. the firefighters were at the scene, responding to reports of a gas leak. some residents several miles away say the sound of the blast woke them up. the firefighters are listed in satisfactory condition with injuries ranging from burns to abrasions. investigation now underway into that explosion. thousands of people are expected in simi valley, california, to pay their respects to nancy reagan. she'll lie in repose at the ronald reagan presidential library today and tomorrow. she died sunday morning of congestive heart failure at the age of 94. mrs. reagan's funeral will be held on friday, and she will be buried at the library next to her husband. we turn to al. you are watching storms in the south.
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right now. look what we saw yesterday. this is just outside of ft. worth, texas. you can see, transformers moves through. i mean, really amazing stuff. as this pushes through, we're starting to see torrential down downpour downpours. you can see the damage. as this moved to the east, we go shreveport. this is video in this morning from overnight flooding. it's going to continue today. look at the radar right now. it is lighting up from san antonio, dallas, little rock and parts of northern louisiana. 22 million people under some sort of flooding risk. 2 million people under a flood warning. for texas on into northern louisiana. we watch this rain pushing in. severe storms, possibility of tornadoes continuing. more flooding as we move into today and tomorrow. the rain moves to the northeast. look at the rainfall amounts.
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another 16 inches of rain from central louisiana on into arkansas. it'll be catastrophic in some places. we'll get to your local you can help prevent blindness in undernourished children all over the world. when you get your vitamins at walgreens, you help give life-changing vitamins to kids across the globe. get vitamins here. change lives everywhere. walgreens. at the corner of happy and healthy. amy: good morning central florida, happy wednesday. i' m amy sweezey. it will be another warm day, we are a few degrees warmer than yesterday.
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make it we were talking about record-setting temperatures coming up in a bit. break. coming up, will voters who aren't supporting donald trump now vote for him in november if he is the nominee? interesting things we're learning from our exit polls. the mastermind behind the music. we'll celebrate the life of the so-called fifth beatle, george martin. he died overnight and is being remembered by paul mccar thee ccarney, ringo starr and many more.
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and not just the powerful few. just ahead, why clothes look better on you in the store. on a new rossen reports, the
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>> this is a wesh 2 news update. >> good wednesday morning. brett: it is 7:26. orlando' s police are searching for a shooter who opened fire outside a row of downtown bars. one man was hit in both legs by that gunfire. jazmin: in brevard county man accused of beating another man to death on super bowl sunday will get out of jail on bond today. he is charged with second-degree murder. he beat ken wilbanks to death because wilbanks made a sexual advance on him. ted: spots on the 408 westbound , and also into downtown orlando approaching the i-4 on ramps. underneath anderson street, eastbound is slow.
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there is the 408, and a chop are heading in. amy: cloud cover this morning but some breaks in those clouds. of the east-southeast. they will be quite breezy later this afternoon. our temperatures are going to be even warmer this afternoon. 63 ocala and the villages, 65 in leesburg and 64 in kissimmee. wind will start to kick up along the coast. it will be gusty. our temperatures even warmer than yesterday by a few degrees. the coast will hit 81 and our inland spots 84 in ocala and 82 in sanford. warm and dry through friday,
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7:30 now on this wednesday morning. march 9th, 2016. they're playing our song. coldplay. big crowd on the plaza. you ain't seen nothing yet. on monday, coldplay will be here. they're going to hit our concert stage. it's going to be epic. cannot wait. >> it's the coldplay crowd, if they mingle with your spring breakers, you'll have to get here early. let's look at the stories making headlines. secret service agents arrested a man overnight for allegedly
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at the white house. that man turned out to be the 30-year-old suspect in the weekend shooting of a pastor out in ohio. the victim of the shooting is in stable condition. donald trump increased his lead in the presidential race, winning michigan, mississippi and hawaii. cruz captured hid low ed d idaho. >> bernie sanders pulled the upset in michigan, edging out hillary clinton in a state she's been a heavy favorite. >> the political revolution we're talking about is strong in every part of the country. frankly, we believe that our strongest areas are yet to happen. for sanders. clinton easily won mississippi. the only other democratic contest and actually increased count. politic it is the big story. for more on last night's results and the impact on the races moving forward, let's go back to
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good morning. >> good morning to you. we want to break down the numbers for you briefly. specifically in michigan. let's begin on the republican side. the key groups that supported donald trump. he dominated among voters who say they were looking for a candidate who tells it like it is. 2/3 of voters supporting trump. he was strong among those looking for someone outside of the political establishment. winning with working class voters and the voters who were looking for a change candidate, as well. there are still big divisions within the party right now. it's revealed by the numbers here. when asked if they would be satisfied with donald trump as the party nominee, only 28% of ted cruz supporters said yes. the majority said no. for kasich, the number was smaller. barely 1 in 5 kasich voters, liberal or mad rat republicans saying they'd be satisfied with trump as the nominee.
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the upset of hillary clinton losing to bernie sanders in michigan. the top quality sanders supporters were looking for in a candidate was honestly. he out performed among independent, among voters under the age of 45, the young voters that are critical for democrats, that's the back drop as we head into super tuesday less than a week from now. >> peter alexander, in the next battleground of florida, thank let's turn to the sad news of the show. george martin, legendary producer producer, known as the fifth beatle, as died. carson joins us with a look at his remarkable life and career. >> martin signed the beatles, taking a shot on the four lads from liverpool when no one else would. he helped create the sound of the beatles. >> reporter: he was known as the fifth beatle, record-producer george martin was the man behind the band. after hearing their demo tape in
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through their skyrocketing ride to fame. unlikely fit at first, the straight laced, classically grained english gentleman arranged some of the most ground-breaking music of the generation. he put his face in john lennon and paul mccartney as songwriters, adding his spin on records. he suggested to speed up the their first number one hit. the rest, of course, is music history. from sergeant peppers lonely hearts band to "abbey road,". come together right now >> reporter: garnering six grammys and an oscar nod for "hard day's night." tributes have been flooding social media all morning. ringo starr broke the news on
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be missed. paul mcpart k ccartney was a true gentleman and second father to him. his legacy in the music business went beyond the beatles and was part of the soundtrack of our lives. live and let die >> reporter: from james bond to elton john, martin was one of the minds behind this moving tribute to the late princess diana. in more modern times, re-imagined beatles with cirque du soleil. >> you don't get it better than this. >> reporter: the legacy he leaves behind means we never really have to say good-bye. don't know why you say good-bye, say hello >> guys, i mean, you go back and listen to "yesterday," the string quartet in the song. mccartney didn't want it but that's the impact from sir george. he took the pop sound that the
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into the complex, psychedelic sound of "sergeant pepper." major contribution. major loss today. >> carson, thank you for that. >> perfect person to help us appreciate him. al, let's get a check of the weather. >> ready for warm weather? >> yeah. >> say amen! >> amen. >> hallelujah. >> hallelujah! >> we're going to start passing the plate. highs, 20 to 35 degrees above average in the northeast. record highs in hartford, boston, portland, islip, also outs into new york city, albany. we're expecting to break the records today or come close. as we move on into the appalachians, also the mid-atlantic states, temperatures will come close to setting records. rest of the country, we have more wet weather in the pacific northwest. along this front, showers and thunderstorms. the heavier thunderstorms and possibility of tornadoes, east texas and much of louisiana.
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southern coast of california. that's what's going on aro amy: good morning central florida, happy wednesday. i' m amy sweezey. it will be another warm day, we are a few degrees warmer than yesterday. this afternoon, most of us will make it >> that's your latest weather. matt? >> al, thank you. do you ever walk in a room and forget why you entered it in the first place? >> every day. >> on trending, the reason revealed. something to watch for the next time you shop. >> good morning, i'm jeff rossen. you come to the clothing store and try something on. if you look good in the mirror, you probably buy it.
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controversy. jeff, good morning. >> this is something, i think, many of us wonder about. you go to the store, try something on and you think it looks great. when you get home and put it on in front of your own mirror, it doesn't quite look the same. it turns out there is a company that makes a special skinny mirror, telling us they're even selling the mirror to clothing stores. it is designed to make you look thinner. is that fair, or just the way to get you to buy more? this morning, see for yourself. >> taller. >> slimmer. >> reporter: what these women don't know, they're looking at themselves in the skinny mirror. designed to make you look 5 to 10 pounds thinner. >> really? >> reporter: on its website, the company saying the mirror works on the psyche over time, giving users instant gratification of a slimmer you. the company says they're selling the mirror to customers, now even clothing stores. boasting it'll boost retail sales by 18%.
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mirrors to deceive consumers into looking a certain way when they try on their clothing. and the better they look, the something. > reporter: so we put it to the test. setting up our cameras and a skinny mirror in new york. asking women to simply pick something out and try it on. mirror. >> i look all right. i don't think the dress fits me. mirror. this is a skinny mirror. it's designed to make you look 5 to 10 pounds thinner. >> i would say that's true, yes. >> would you maybe buy the dress, based on how you look in this? >> probably. >> reporter: in fact, several women noticing the difference. >> longer and slimmer, for sure. >> what do you make of this practice? >> it's deceiving. the clothes look better in the store than they do in real life. when i get home, it doesn't look the same. >> this is where we do all the packing and shipping. >> reporter: we went straight to
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>> it's not about making people look good, it's about making them feel good. >> is this deceptive to women and all customers when used in a store? i may buy something that looks good in the skinny mirror but maybe not at home. >> okay. >> take a break? >> yes. >> reporter: less than two minutes into the interview, her husband interrupts. he helps make the mirrors. >> can i take a minute? >> you have to. you have no choice. >> reporter: after they talk in answer. >> every single mirror is different. so if it's not a skinny mirror, even when you go into a dressing room, if the mirrors are not mounted properly, every single mirror in each dressing room is going to be different. >> but yours is taking weight off of me. >> well, it's taking weight off of a normal mirror. a normal mirror actually makes you look 5 to 10 pounds heavier than you do in real life. >> reporter: physics experts
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flat mirrors shouldn't add weight at all. as we continue to ask questions, her husband interrupts again. >> stand up for yourself, not answer his questions. stand up for yourself. remember, you can tell him to get the [ bleep ] out of here, and he can have no story. >> reporter: they don't kick me out, instead saying this isn't misleading. it's just clever marketing. >> isn't that what commercialism does? buy your make ups and up and you'll be more beautiful? buy these clothes and you'll be more fancy? >> reporter: a lot of people say it's deception. >> i would love a mirror that makes me look thinner at home. >> what about the store? >> no. the customer doesn't know what they truly look like. >> i'm sorry. just checking myself out here in the skinny mirror. by the way -- thank you very much, guys. the company says they put a logo on every mirror so you know it is a skinny mirror. we brought one to the studio to take a look. can you see the logo anywhere? >> where?
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all the way down here on the bottom right. so small -- >> what does it say? >> i can cover it with the edge of my pinky. >> says skinny? >> skinny. it says the word "skinny" with their logo. the company says they originally designed this to sell to customers. they do sell to customers. retailers started calling to use in dressing rooms so they started fulfilling the orders. >> how can i get several of >> we have one in our office and stand in front of it all day. >> a lot of women said they'd want this in their home. >> no way. the minute you see a picture of yourself and what you really like -- >> you delete the picture. >> reality denied. >> jeff, thanks. coming up, pop start. >> mean girls the musical? what tina fey is saying about
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it's 8:00 on "today". coming up, carbs and cancer. new research linking foods many of us love, including bagels, pretzels, even potatoes, to an elevated risk of lung cancer. what you can do to reduce that risk. give it to me, i'm worth it add an hour to your day. >> what's the thing that distracts you the most? >> this. >> smartphone. everyone gets distracted by the smartphone. >> how to avoid playing catchup
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two of hollywood's biggest personalities will join us live. john goodman on his new big-screen thriller and his new look. >> this is my private space. off limits unless you have express permission. i say, don't you know >> new role for the man behind comedies most out ragious characters. sacha baron cohen, or nobby butcher. today, march 9th, 2016. guy like me gets a girl like you >> happy spring break 2016. >> we're on the "today" show. >> good morning, austin, texas. >> feeling 22.
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>> love you, wrangler! we're back at 8:00 on this bend morn g wednesday morning. it's the 9th day of march, 2016. huge crowd. as our spring break is rolling along. happy to have them here. by the way, we just mentioned that we've got a very up and coming actor on the show today. >> yes. >> guy named nobby butcher. i saw nobby's movie yesterday. >> oh, my gosh. >> should we have a 30-second delay or 60-second delay on the interview? >> showing no clips on the show today? >> no. >> "the brother's grimsby." >> it is. that's all i'm saying. >> from the men who brought you "boar rat "borat." >> enough said.
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with a no bake cookie dough chocolate chip cheesecake. >> i'll need to skinny mirror after that. >> let's get a check of the top stories. tamron is inside. >> good morning, everyone. bernie sanders pulls off an upset and donald trump defies his critics. hallie jackson joins us with overnight primary results from key states and a look ahead to the next round of voting. hallie, good morning. >> hey, tamron. good morning to you. this morning, the candidates are already looking ahead to the next super tuesday in less than a week, after democrats saw drama on election night and donald trump put on a victory show after wins in three states. >> reporter: for donald trump, an election night well done, except for the steaks he showed off and the wine at his news conference. >> there's only one person that did well tonight, donald trump. >> reporter: the front runner proving his political strength with wins in mississippi and michigan, even in the face of the stop trump movement.
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money spent on hitting somebody than was spent on me. >> reporter: this morning, trump is focusing already on the general election, with matt and savannah. >> we have something that if we could embrace it, we're going to have a massive victory in november. we're going to have a massive victory. >> reporter: ted cruz winning idaho and picking up delegates everywhere, adding to his argument, it's becoming a two-man race. as he looks ahead to florida. >> realistically, polls show you behind in florida. >> it's interesting, you said that before each of the other states we won. we're competing to win each and every state. >> reporter: for marco rubio, a serious struggle. no delegates at all in some states with less than a week left to show he hasn't collapsed. >> i believe with all my heart that the winner of the florida primary next tuesday will be the nominee of the republican party. >> reporter: john kasich looking ahead to ohio, looking past rubio all together. >> the three of us competing for
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are in a virtual dead heat among those. >> reporter: democrats, dramatically down to the wire in michigan, where an upset win by bernie sanders lets him live to fight another day. >> what we have done is created the kind of momentum that we need to win. once again, this has been a fantastic night in michigan. >> reporter: hillary clinton carrying mississippi, not able to put the race away. >> i will work my heart out for you. >> in just six days, you've got contests in states like here in importantly, in florida and in ohio, tamron. if donald trump can win those, he looks like a near lock on the republican nomination. very much. a warning from iran from in the middle east. biden said the u.s. will take action if iran violates the nuclear deal it agreed to last year. israel was against the deal.
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after iran announced it test fired two ballistic missiles with the phrase, israel must be wiped out, written on them in hebrew. now to wild video out of cutter. you can see in it a tiger in bumper to bumper traffic, running between cars. the tiger is in the bubble. the animal has a broken chain attached to his collar and appeared to be someone's pet. it is illegal to own exotic animals, such as tigers and lions, but apparently not uncommon. a man is shown pulling the tiger out from under a car and recapturing it. >> what is he doing? >> looks like a cub, which i guess is the only upside of this. no, that's not a cub. >> i think it actually is a cub but, still, you don't get out of the car. >> no, you do not. >> where do you pull a tiger out? >> here, kitty, kitty. >> tamron, thank you. let's turn to surprising
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lot of attention. erica hill is here with more on that. good morning. >> good morning. we hear about lung cancer. the majority of lung cancers are linked to smoking but we find connections between carbs we enjoy and an elevated risk of the disease. >> reporter: we know too many carbohydrates can be dangerous for your waistline. now, researchers say they may cause an increased risk of lung cancer. even if you've never been a smoker. the study conducted by the university of texas md anderson cancer center compared roughly 2,000 patients with lung cancer to 2,500 without. researchers found non-smokers whose diets had a high glio s glrks ycemic index had two times the chance of getting lung cancer than those with a low one. >> the sugar in whatever food you're eating rushes into your bloodstream.
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which would slow the release. >> reporter: white bread,pretzels, popcorn and white potatoes. carbs that can easily turn into sugar. >> you don't just worry about cigarettes anymore. focus on how much sugar flows into your bloodstream from the foods you're eating. easy to reverse. >> reporter: with 150,000 people in the u.s. expected to die from lung cancer this year, it's the leading cause after cancer deaths and the second most common in women and men. >> i think it's an easy step to do right now. every morning, instead of two lumps of sugar in your coffee or tea, swap out one for cinnamon. >> reporter: in addition to exercise and healthy habits, opt for foods with a smaller glycemic index. >> sugar wasn't supposed to be a meal. it was a spice, like pepper. that's the amount you should be getting in your diet.
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it's more of a spice. fruits and vegetables are great for you. dairy, red meat and saturated fat and now white carbs. >> more of an issue. >> science gives us the same lesson over and over again. for more. >> i'm here with dr. natalie azar. doctor, good to see you. before we talk about the results, tell me about the research itself. >> matt, i think it's important to remember that this was a study. this is in contrast to the gold standard, prospek ctively designed studies. the case-controlled study only demonstrates an association between two things, not a cause and effect. >> does this mean i don't have to give up my pretzels and bagels? is. >> no, i think it means although the association is not a cause and effect, it's still a strong, compelling finding.
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not necessarily new or scientific that bad carbs would be bad for you. >> it reinforces this. it's shocking for people who will say, wait a minute, even if i wasn't a smoker or am not a smoker, i have this diet with a high glycemic index, i'm at greater risk. >> right. here is where a little bit of the science background is useful. the glycemic index is how quickly your blood sugar rises when you eat a food. when you have too much sugar in the blood, elevated glucose level, you get an elevated insulin level. it raises all these other factors that can promote cell proliferation and that can be a cause or that's how cancers can grow. >> what percentage of our diet should be the refined carbohydrates? >> if you go back to the dietary guidelines, no more than 10%. but we know that refined sugars can increase the risk, weight
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and stroke, the things you want to avoid. white flour, added sugars, fructose in drinks, as well as all processed foods. the easiest way to think about it is what would your great, great, great grandparents called food? the packaged and things? no, rather a whole corn than cornflakes. >> doctor, thank you very much. up next, ever ask your waiter or the bartender to charge your iphone? why it could lead to a lot of embarrassment. we'll explain. later on, nba superstar steph curry making a splash off the court. why these kids dumped cold water on the league's mvp. one of the most talent and had versatile men in hollywood. john goodman will join us. does the smell of a freshly bound presentation fill you with optimism? do you love your wireless keyboard more than certain family members? is your success due to a filing
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>> what did i come in here to do? why am i in this room? >> does it help you remember if you walk back into the other room and come back? >> sometimes. >> true, it resets your mind. >> the more you think about it, the harder to remember why. >> you dial a phone and it's ringing and you can't remember who you're calling. >> i hate that. here's another article that caught our eye. this one coming from the "washington post," all about the customers who go to a bar or restaurant and say to the staff, the waiter or bartender, do you mind if you charge my phone? >> i've done it. >> you do that? >> i have. >> more restaurants are accommodating it by installing outlets near tables, but there are some people, like bartenders who say, this is really distracting them from their jobs because, first, you're asking, then, can i have my phone? can i check it? on your phone, do you have the bars or do you have the actual percentage? >> percentage.
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>> what percentage starts to make you nervous? >> 20%. >> 30%. >> sometimes it'll dip from 40% to 12% super fast. >> you go from a decent number and then it's gone. >> i get nervous at 25%. i don't like it. >> low battery charge. >> you had a catch phrase about it. >> a bc, always be charging. >> you had a brick charger? >> he walks from room to room plugging the phone? >> he has a satellite on his head, always charging. basketball star steph curry, after a big game, you douse teammates in ice cold water. students in oakland each grabbed a cup and did the same thing. he was a really good sport about it. >> so cute. now to tina fey, setting the record straight on the "mean
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the "voice" contestant who sparked a war between christina and blake. >> we'll start with tina fey and the rumors that have been floating around. tina is confirming she is working on a musical version of "mean girls," which co-starred lindsay lohan. tina was asked a speed round of questions. >> would you be resurprise prise ing your role? >> no, a professional broadway person. >> does it follow the movie exactly, the plot? >> we haven't finished it yet, but it's close. yes, pretty close. >> what is the style of music, classic broadway or bring it on the musical? >> classic broadway. >> wow. >> yeah. >> when would you guesstimate it would premiere? >> 2027. whenever "hamilton" closes. >> you're going to go in that theater? >> we'll wait it out. >> tina, little nervous about competing with "hamilton."
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out to the movie stars to come back for the musical. the "voice," christina and blake clashing over 24-year-old joe may from baltimore. he won them over. blake bragged about how many victories he has on the show. christina tried something different. >> that is one of my favorite songs in the whole wide world to sing. i would love to sing that with you. you i put a spell on you you put a spell on me >> i pick christina. >> you have to pick christina at the end of that, right? >> wait a minute. was that truly spontaneous? >> it was.
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they don't happen often. >> she didn't know what song he'd sing. >> she doesn't know anything about him. >> never practiced. >> they were fighting and she was like, i want to sing this with you. >> amazing. >> unbelievable. >> carson, thanks. >> wasn't your usual "voice" clip, it was a good one. >> wow. al, time for a check of the weather. >> he actually amy: good morning central florida, happy wednesday. i' m amy sweezey. it will be another warm day, we are a few degrees warmer than
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make it >> that's your latest weather. matt? >> al, thanks very much. something we're launching this morning, called add an hour today. >> between work, family and friends, there's not enough time in the day to do it all. we set out to find experts in productivity and unlocked their secrets. >> reporter: this woman founded her company out of necessity. when her son was born, she couldn't find a mobile she liked for his room. she began making and selling her own and that was seven years ago. her business is booming and works out of her home studio. >> the work-life balance is elusive when you're balancing a work and your family. your business is your neediest child. >> we brought in the author of "smafrt er "
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he has tips to streamline the way we work. tip one, the to do list. >> to make the perfect to do list, write out your biggest goals at the top of your page so you're always reminded of your most important aspiration. underneath, write out your smart goals. >> reporter: charles had her write out her to do list for the day. >> your instinct is going to be to do the easiest things first and you won't get to the important one. let's figure out, what is your biggest goal for today? >> start production samples for the new line. >> great. we're going to take that and we're going to break that into a smart goal. s, specific. what specifically do you want to get done? >> i need to finalize the design. >> m, measurable. how many designs do you want to do today? >> i need to narrow it to six designs. >> a, achievable. what is it going to take to make that achieve able chievable? >> i need time where i have no distractions to be able to look at all the designs and narrow it down to the six.
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what do you need to change in order to have the focus to get this done? >> not check my e-mails and not engage in social media. >> t, timeline. how long is this task going to take? >> probably two hours. >> reporter: our next tip, motivation. >> motivation becomes easier when we transform a chore into a choice. doing so gives us a sense of control. >> reporter: how about tackling the tidal wave of e-mails? >> very productive people tend to look at their inbox, that's full of e-mails, and hit reply, reply, so the screen is filled by one. write half a sentence in each one that reminds them what they want to do. it's easier to go back and fill in the rest of the e-mail. >> reporter: tip three helps us find our focus. >> make a picture inside your head of how you want your day to unfold. the more specifics you envision, the higher the chances it'll occur. >> what's the thing that distracts you the most? >> besides my children, this. >> smartphone. right?
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smartphones and it's okay for a break every so often. we all need breaks. but here's what you're going to do in order to make sure the break doesn't become something that distracts you and gets you off track. when you pull out your smartphone, you're going to set the timer for six minutes. when the alarm goes off, that's going to be your cue to turn off the phone and put it down and get back to work. >> reporter: with these tips in hand, she can go from nearly busy to becoming genuinely productive. all the minutes saved add up to hours spent with the family that inspires her. >> good ideas. tomorrow, we'll help you get the family organized with an overhaul for your kids' routines and any parent can use them. carson? coming up, nobby butcher traveled across the pond to talk movie. we'll get to that. first, your local news and weather.
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m jazmin walker. brett: it is 8:26. orlando police are searching for the shooter who opened fire on a crowd outside a road downtown bars overnight. this happened around 3:30 on west pine street. one man was hit in both legs by the gunfire. ted: crash happened on i-4 westbound causing problems by the kirkman road offramp. a couple lanes blocked. traffic is starting to back up to conroy road. this is a spot that is already busy. it looks a get the moment the chopper was saying that the kirkman road offramp was allowing cars to get by temporarily. it might be completely blocked off. i for westbound at kirkman road offramp. orange avenue near jeff port drive, boggy creek road get around that. amy: a little bit of cloud cover across central florida.
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you can see some clouds come a couple breaks here and there. temperature was still climbing, 66 in orlando and those winds are coming out of the east. east southeast will be our wind direction and they are all going to be quite breezy again, kind of like yesterday. we will be especially gusty at the coast. satellite picture shows cloud cover breaking up. we have a little bit of blue sky. 71 in melbourne, 66 in daytona beach. we will cl
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8:30 now on this wednesday morning. it's the 9th of march, 2016. good looking day here in new york city. good looking crowd. we're so happy to have them. i think this is the official -- can we call it a rolling spring break?
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>> we'll have spring break month or so. >> we love this time of year. coming up, the star of a movie hitting theaters this week. this one is really going to have people talking. this way, nobby. look at this camera here. that is nobby butcher. he comes from grimsby, england, and we'll be talking to him about his new film in a couple minutes. put the beer down. >> what is nobby drinking? >> or share. plus, an established star in hollywood. we love this guy, mr. john goodman. >> spring break! >> how would you like to go on spring break with john goodman? that'd be epic. in his new movie, he's creepy. he'll tell us all about it. >> creepy in a creepy way. >> creepy, creepy way. how does cookie dough cheesecake sound? >> heaven on earth. >> it's easy to make. no baking involved. >> wow.
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i guess. >> get your aggression out and then enjoy yourself. >> that's coming up. we need your help to pick out our big, fat "today" wedding couple. hoda introduced us to the finalists. john and kaitlin. another john, from l.a., promoez proposed to megan over the airwaves of his pod cast. david and lara. she was surprised on the plaza. they're all going to be here live tomorrow. to vote for your favorite, head to "today".com/wedding. it closes on friday and the couples will be here to learn whose wedding dreams are coming true. >> getting excited. let's do a check of the weather. >> it's already fabulous in the east. we have spectacular weather. unfortunately, not so great down through the lower gulf coast. we are talking a risk of strong storms, tornadoes and torrential downpours. some places getting 12 to 15
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more wet, windy weather in the pacific northwest. tomorrow, more record highs in the northeast. mid-atlantic states. area of wet weather extends from new england all the way down to the gulf with more heavy rain, windy, wet weather in the pacific amy: good morning central florida, happy wednesday. i' m amy sweezey. it will be another warm day, we are a few degrees warmer than yesterday. this afternoon, most of us will make it >> that is your latest weather.
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>> announcer: good luck, wrangler, is sponsored by iams. good for life. >> al, thanks so much. it is our final wrangler wednesday. tomorrow is wrangler's last day with us before moving on to his next step in his formal guide dog training. to celebrate our puppy with a purpose, we asked you to share pictures with your pets using #we love wrangler. for every post with that hashtag, our kibble bot kicked out kibble. you filled these and more like it. iams is going to donate the food to the guiding eyes for the blind in addition to $25,000. we saw adorable pet pictures come in. a couple of them. pam posted in this shot of ja ja loves wrangler. spelling out "today" in honor of wrangler. good luck at guide dog school, wrangler. we will miss you.
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with #we love wrangler. come to the plaza tomorrow. we'll have a big celebratory sendoff for our buddy wrangler. matt? sacha baron cohen brought the world outrageous characters. borat and bruno. his latest, nobby butcher. stars in the new, i would have to say, raunchy, action film, "the brother's grimsby." nobby brought some clips which we'll look at in a second. good morning. >> stuck this in my shoulder. >> i don't put my lips on it. >> it was filled with caterpillar toxin. i'll be dead in 90 seconds if you don't suck it out. >> that's all we can show. that is the only thing in the entire movie that we can show. how are you? >> i'm good. nice to meet you. thank you for having me on. >> long way from grimsby, england.
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york? >> it is. have you been to grimsby? >> i'm afraid i have not. >> amazing place. history, when the vikings invaded 1,000 years ago, they went down through scotland, raping and pillages. s pillging. they got to grimsby and said, we'll just pillage. >> we meet your family, you have nine kids. >> actually, 11 because we just had twins. >> are the people in grimsby surprised at your sudden success? >> well, they're very happy, you know. we are the -- we're a proud town. we're the number one exporter of childhood to obese ity in all of europe. we achieved 100% unemployment. >> congratulations. you're now a bona fide action
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it doesn't happen without practice and training. what did you do? >> i got trained by the sas, our special services. they trained me. one great they showed me is how to get out of handcuffs using just butter and a paper clip. in ten seconds i can do it. these are new york handcuffs. the real thing. wait a minute. hold on. are those real? real handcuffs. >> this is a trick the sas taught me. you get butter. hold on, take the butter. this is real butter. hold on. wait a sec. okay. all right. you take the key. >> okay. >> we have the keys here, all right. >> i have the key. no, no, no.
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>> you have the key. >> not in a million years. >> come on! >> no, no. >> come on. what's the problem? >> just sit down, seriously. i am not putting myself in that handcuff with you. >> can you trust an englishman? come on. have him do it. in ten seconds. okay. clearly, don't count yet. >> nine. eight. >> hold on. so we have the butter. if everyone could count from ten down to -- wait, wait, wait! den ten down to one, go! >> ten, nine, eight, seven, six, five, four, three, two, one! >> wait a minute. just a bit slower. now go. >> ten -- >> where is the keyhole?
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>> hold on. here we go. >> ten, nine, eight, seven, six, five, four, three, two, one. >> we'll do it like this. >> all right. have you got any english butter? we're a bit more salted. >> there are a couple of very well-known people in this movie along with you. for example, one of our current presidential candidates is in this movie. >> that's right. donald trump. it's a fairly tale ending so i don't want to give away spoilers. it's a fairy tale ending. that's why donald trump contracts hiv at the end. >> do you expect -- and i mean this -- to be sued by donald trump for what you say about him in this movie? >> no. listen, donald trump is a fantastic guy. people say he's a racist, but it's not true. he loves people of every color.
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his own color, orange. in fact, he chose a running mate, the black doctor in declining popularity. what is he called? >> dr. ben carson? >> no. bill cosby. that's it. >> get me out of these things. >> okay. one second. >> is this really the key? >> that key doesn't even fit that. >> hold on. >> ten, nine, eight -- >> wait, wait. where is the key? >> nobby, thank you very much. >> hold on. >> appreciate it. "the brother's grimsby" opens this friday. coming up, john goodman. we'll put him on the other side of these handcuffs. first, this is "today" on nbc. please get me out of these things. this is a letter from someone who's here. she has to take a brand name
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1980's. at that time it cost approximately $180 for 10 shots. the latest refill was $14.700 for the same 10 vials and the company is called valeant pharmaceuticals. i'm going after them. this is predatory pricing and we're going to make sure it is stopped. i'm hillary clinton and i
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yup, it's still happening. still happening. monsters come in many forms. that is the ominous warning on the poster for "10 cloverfield lane." john goodman stars as the man who says he brought a woman to his bunker to save her life after a car accident. she's not so sure. >> i need privacy. >> you're welcome to close the curtain. >> i can't with you standing there. >> and i can't trust you not to burn this place down. this is for my own safety. i'm not some pervert. just go. >> john goodman, good morning. >> i can't follow that. >> how are we supposed to do this interview? >> i didn't bring any retraining devices. >> i see you averting your eyes because sacha has a plumber's crack going on, beyond anything
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>> god help me, i can't take my eyes off of it. >> wait, we have to put the banner up because we don't want to show it. >> we'll leave. >> please leave. we need to focus. this is a great movie. it's a thriller. >> it turned out all right. >> i was watching it last night in bed with my laptop and earphones. i was like, ah! my husband is like, what is going on over there? mission accomplished. it was scary. >> i saw it with a theater of folks last night. they were jumping and wailing and having a great time. >> you come across real creepy. >> thanks. >> you do the creeper thing really well. >> thank you. i tuned down my natural creepiness a bit for this movie. >> it came naturally to you? >> thanks, savannah. >> throughout the movie -- eyes. >> they're normal eyes. >> okay. >> see, that's what you're doing
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we don't know if we should like you and trust you. >> i can't get away with nothing. >> i know. in the movie, you're like a doomsday guy. >> like a survivalist guide. prepared for the future. >> somehow, this woman ends up in his bunker. >> somehow. >> we won't give it away. and then the whole movie is kind of her figuring out, wait, are you this well-meaning gooms ing ing doomsday guy, or a horrible kidnapper? >> who isn't a well-meaning doomsday guy? >> our segment is just beginning. >> i was just being creepy on my own. >> you're good at the creepy thing. so is that what attracted you to the movie, this idea of, it's ambiguous, you don't know if he is good or bad? >> i'd never seen anything like it before. never seen anything with a survivalist in the bunker.
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it was new to me and the twists and turns in it, and could he be a good guy, could he just be nuts or a little of both? >> if you were a doomsday prepper, what's the one thing you couldn't live out? >> preparation h. >> really? >> the first thing that popped into my head. my ipod. >> okay. >> i have to have my music. >> i have to mention, and do you ever google yourself? >> oh, no. >> okay. >> that's creepy. >> that is creepy. i don't think anyone should google themselves but if you did, you'd see articles noticing how fabulous you look. what do you think about that? >> just wait another six months and i'll be back to normal. that's the way it usually goes. >> they say you lost 100 pounds. you look fabulous. >> i didn't weigh myself. i just -- clothes fit nice, and i can go to nice clothing stores and buy too much stuff. >> it's nice. you worked hard at it? >> walk around in black t-shirts
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>> you'll be in matt lauer's skinny jeans. >> i'd love to be in matt lauer's jeans. i think it's being done right now. >> now our segment is over. >> thank you, savannah. >> john goodman, pleasure to have you here. >> it was nice talking to you. they keep sticking me with lauer. >> i feel lucky we got this segment together. >> it was swell. >> it was. "10 cloverfield lane" opens on friday. super creepy. up next, youtube sensation whips up one of her popular recipes. no bake cheesecake. >> they're still together. >> thanks. >> first, this is "today" on
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chef's choice week on "today" food. must-make recipes. we have the youtube host of "cupcake jemma." you are making something that has my mouth watering. what is it? >> cookie dough cheesecake. disgustingly great. >> disgustingly decadent. >> these are really simple ingredients. >> you'll make the crust and batter. >> three steps. we have the buttery biscuit base, which is just the crumbs you saw me beating up earlier, getting rate out. mixing it with melted butter. i use unsalted butter because i add salt. >> you control the amount. >> yeah. this is the light brown sugar. i'm going to mix that until it becomes like a wet sand consistency. >> perfect. >> once it reaches the
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prepared a tin, and it's greased and lined. >> it's a little like parchment paper? >> uh-huh. >> you can help me here. >> going to be harder than you think. >> i did notice there was something trang strange going on. >> nobby, we're being put to work. >> getting phone calls now. >> hello? >> it's part sugar, brown sugar and butter. to that, i'll add plain flour, just all-purpose. >> pretend like nothing is happening. >> also, greek yogurt because it's nice and tiny. works well with the cream cheese filling. a little bit of salt, just a pinch will do it. vanilla bean paste. >> nobby has to go to the toilet. >> you have to wait.
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how long does that take? >> until it comes together. it just forms a dough like this. i mean, regular cookie dough. there's no eggs in it so you can eat this. want some? >> uh-huh. >> nobby? >> ignore me. >> whatever. so i've already taken some -- just shut that off -- little bowls of cookie dough out for decoration. i'm going to put this into my tray. i refrigerated the buttery biscuit base already. i'm going to use gloves because it sticks to your fingers. what is going on, guys? >> i have to go to the bathroom. i'm sorry. >> hold it, nobby. i'm going to press this down into the tin, just to form a nice layer of cookie dough. >> perfect. >> are you 3? >> number one or number two?
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>> all right. press it down. >> another layer on top of that? >> use the cream cheese for the next layer. >> chop, chop, nobby. we have cream cheese here. i'm going to add a little -- >> come on over, john. >> -- sugar. i've already whipped some cream. really lightly whipped. it's called double cream in england but you call it heavy cream. going to whip that a little light. it'll add a lightness to it. >> perfect. >> we've got people tasting downstairs. >> lucky people. >> how does it taste? >> kudos to you, jemma, for dealing with all that. >> she's a total pro. >> didn't miss a beat. >> and it's delicious. >> what's nobby doing right now? >> i don't even know. stuff. >> folding that? >> let me finish, please?
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version for you, but it's delicious. >> put it in the tin and level it all. >> what do you think? >> that's cheesey. >> so good. >> i don't think i've ever seen a chef on this show who had more to deal with and hung in there more than you have. very, very nice. >> want to lick the bowl? >> nobby, thank you very much. john goodman, as well. the recipe is on back in a moment.
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you are going to love interviewing sacha baron cohen next time. >> great guy? >> where'd he go? >> that was hilarious. were you genuinely uncomfortable? >> only when he told me repeatedly that he had to go to the bathroom. >> i was concerned what might happen. >> exactly right. >> aaron paul is coming up. >> fantastic. >> if you love announcer: local, live, late breaking. this is a wesh 2 news update. brett: good morning, i' m brett connolly. jazmin: i' m jazmin walker. it is 8:56.
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ted: you can' t get off of i-4 westbound onto kirkman road. also we are dealing with some lanes blocked as you can see from the dot shot. the impact with this crash is all the way back to just before obt. it will affect the drive out of downtown orlando. from colonial drive to the turnpike, 21 minutes more than usual. you' ll have to get off it universal offramp instead of kirkman. amy: some of us have a little sunshine, some of us have a little cloud cover and that is going to continue this morning. we will break up part of those clouds in a few spots and get a through. temperatures are still climbing. orlando at 71 and the wind will begin to kick up. we will be breezy today. s a little cloud cover right up and down florida. notice on either side more breaks of more sunshine. 68 in ocala, 66 in the villages. 71 in sanford, 72 daytona beach.
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we will continue to climb. we are headed to the lower 80' is afternoon. even warmer than yesterday. 83 orlando, warm at the coast. peaches will hit 80. melbourne will be at 81. we will stay warm and dry near there is a chance for some rain. we will get scattered showers and if you isolated storms on saturday and sunday. new customers can save an average of $500 just by switching to progressive. so you'll be bringing home the bacon in no time. sorry. get a free quote
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