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from nbc news, this the "today's take" with the al roker, natalie morales, willie geist and tamron hall live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> welcome to "today" on a monday morning, october 26, 2015. with tamron and natalie and will hi in new hampshire with republican candidate donald trump talking to matt lauerics and we want to continue along. matt, take it away. this has been riveting watching. >> all right. a thank you very much. tamron and natalie thank you very much. we heard mr. troump couldn't stay and then he said i'm staying.
guess whampt he had's staying. got more questions. willie geist out in our audience and it's a good thing because we've got a bunch more questions. >> this is geena, 24 years old. geena. >> hi, mr. trump. today is hillary's birthday whampt are you getting her for her birthday this year? >> well, i'll say happy birthday, lots of luck, but we have to -- we're going to be in a very tough battle because we have such divergent views. she really is going on a record that's very bad. you know, every poll is saying that i'm beating her now nationwide, as you see, and i think we're going to have a great victory for the republicans and we're going to bring this country back and it's going to be bigger and better and more beautiful than ever before and that's what i'm looking to do. >> thank you, geena. >> go ahead, willie. >> mr. troump, this is paul morrisette, auctioneer and lifelong republican and big >> thank you, paul. >> how you doing, mr. trump. my beth and i own regal auction in new hampshire and one of the auctions we do is gun auctions,
doing one on november 21st so i have my finger on the pulse of gun owners in new hampshire and elsewhere in the country. what all us gun owners are wondering if there's any more regulations on a bill that reaches president trump's desk will you pledge now to veto that so we can stop the assault on second ament rights. wet don't want to be australia. >> the answer is yes because we have tremendous regulations already. a lot of people don't even realize. we have tremendous regulations and people aren't abiding by them. government does a terrible job of enforcing them, but we already have tremendous regulations. now, if you look at my opponents, they are very weak on the second amendment. i'm very, very strong, as you know, or you probably wouldn't like me but i am very strong on the second amendment. carson is weak on the second amendment and bush is very weak on the second amendment and virtually many of them are, and some of them aren't, but i'm very strong for the second amendment. no, i would not do anything but you have to enforce what you have right now and there are plenty right now. >> in the wake of some of the
you said it's inevitable that some people who are mentally ill are just going to slip through the cracks. it sounds like you're saying stuff happens to coin the phrase that someone else used. >> that's a terrible expression from bush but the fact is we have a huge mental health problem, and if you look at some states, including new york and others, they have left -- in order to save money for finance reasons, they have let people out of mental institutions. we have a big problem with that. this is a mental health problem, and believe me, they will always find a way to get something, whether it's a gun or otherwise. these people that run stable, we have is to straighten out our mental health and we do have in this country big mental health problems, and that's a problem we have. >> not at all a gun problem. >> we already have so much regulation, matt. there's tremendous regulation right now that people don't reason realize. we have -- this is a mental health problem. these people are all, to put it mildly, they are crazy, and we have to straighten out our institutions. so many of these institutions,
and you see it up here, too. they are closing and they are putting the people out on the street. that's the biggest problem we have. >> willie? >> mr. troump, this is scott, 47-year-old, two kids, i.t. and independent leaning strongly your way. >> take. >> you good morning, gentlemen. mr. trump, you know a lot of people. who is the most interesting person you've ever met? >> my father, but -- but that would be normal, and my mother, these are two incredible people. i would say ronald reagan was somebody i liked a lot. i knew him, i was a young guy. i was helping him a little bit and i didn't know him that well, but i just found him to be a very inspiring person. i liked ronald reagan. >> all right. >> thank you very much for your question. >> come on up. >> real quick. >> one more. >> absolutely. >> 21-year-old college student independent. what's your question here? >> good morning. i'm a sean yore at st. a's and my question is for you if you could fire someone from government today who would it be and why? >> the president of the united states. that was the easiest question. that was the easiest question i
>> thank you for your question. >> he had me end, mr. trump, on another quote from your book "art of the deal," okay? >> yeah. >> you wrote this. i'll do nearly anything within legal bounds to win, so does that apply to the presidential campaign as well? would you be willing to make promises that you know you can't keep to win the election? >> no, i wouldn't do that. i wouldn't do that, i don't think i have to do that. everything i say i can do. everything i say i will abide by and i think people will be very surprised at the end of a four-year term we'll have a country that will be so amazing. we'll have so many victories. it won't be sergeant bergdahl where we get bergdahl and they get five years, won't be an iran deal which is a disgrace as a contract and a deal, a disgrace. we give them $150 billion. we don't even get our prisoners back. we will have great, great victories in this country, and i will abide by everything that i'm saying on the campaign trail. >> again, my thanks to the
i appreciate your questions, and our thanks to donald trump for giving us the time this morning for this town hall meeting. >> thank you. >> i want to go back to new york now where al, natalie and tamron are holding down the fort. guys, back to you. >> thanks so much, matt. i think we're all still digesting all that was said in the last hour there, making a lot of headlines, mr. trump. >> yeah. >> but also making headlines this morning and speaking of trump, vice president joe biden gave a revealing interview to "60 minutes" last night. he talked about the fact that he chose not to run because he simply ran out of time. he also did take on trump. he talked about trump's stance on immigrants saying that it's an attack on immigration as a whole and an attack on immigrants, but it was a wide ranging interview and he really spoke about that issue about just simply not having enough time after grieving for his son beau and, you know, how he
a great president but, you know, he still hopes to be able to shape the course of the narrative and the election coming -- going forward, but decision. >> is it that you think that you couldn't win or that you didn't want to run? >> i couldn't win. i'll be very blunt. if i thought we could have put together the campaign that our supporters deserved and our contributors deserved i would have gone out and done it. >> interesting. >> yeah. >> great interview. >> fantastic interview. >> a range of emotions there as well, and his wife, dr. jill biden, by his side as well saying that she would have liked him to have had that opportunity and chance to have been president, but biden also, as we mention the, spoke about his son beau who died of brain cancer in may, and he said there wasn't that hollywood moment that was reported, you know, about him grabbing his son's hand and his son saying you must run.
he said it didn't happen that way. he did say his son all along i would like you some day to really, you know, live that dream, but he also brought up which is probably the most touching part of the interview. >> it was. >> so poignant, a conversation that he with his 11-year-old daughter, beau's daughter right after the death of her father. >> i'll never forget my little granddaughter, we're down by the me for dinner everybody and everybody goings up and she's lying between my legs with her head on my chest and turns around and puts her arms around me and starts popping and she says pop, i see daddy all the time. i see daddy all the time. pop, you smell like daddy. you're not going to leave me, are you pop? >> that was incredible. >> so hard. >> all those things weighed into his decision. >> but he also said in the recover rift family that same granddaughter later scored in her soccer match and he was there and she ran over to him and, of course, referenced her dad saying, you know, he would
it tapped into the current politics which we discussed on friday. will joe biden be a quote, unquote king-maker? will the democratic candidates be really force to include him as part of the dialogue but on a non-political level, a family grieving, certainly people all at home can relate to a great loss in your life and who do you move forward. >> right. >> and it was incredible when he talked about his grandchildren. it was a great interview. >> when you're running for office like this, have you to throw your entire body into it, your entire being. >> yeah. >> and he recognized that, you know, with that -- with the grieving process it took too much time. >> phenomenal interview. >> yeah. >> well, we're going to switch gears just a little bit and talk about our -- our pink or swim challenge. you still have a chance to win a trip to new york to dunk us or the challenge this thursday. four people can win a trip to new york and hotel accommodation for one night. send us a photograph of yourself and tell news 50 words or less
why you deserve to live. follow the pink or swim challenge contest. >> so it's thursday. >> right? >> thursday the dunking. >> we're getting dunked. >> has time run out. >> mentally preparing myself. it's monday. i have four days to get there and be ready. >> get ready. >> have you decide what had outfit you're wearing? are you doing a gown again this year? >> i try not to do the same thing twice. i think -- what do you think? what should we do? >> something waterproof. >> i'm thinking -- >> that's no fun. >> can we at least protect the hair. >> i mean, yes, i have the msnbc show right after this. >> yeah. >> which takes a village to get this hair back in order but we can't do shower caps, can't do any of that. got to go in. >> are we going fully under? >> if we get dunked and it's at the beginning of the show which means the -- are you zoned snout. >> i'm thinking why wouldn't we do that at end. >> i asked that same question. >> so have you time to get ready. >> our team have arranged we're going the entire rest of our show soaking wet.
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day long. especially this morning, moving out of the 30s and 40s. this afternoon, upper 40s and low 50s. a bit of a breeze in boston right now, fades away this morning. dry tomorrow, and especially wednesday night, upwards of an inch of rain possible. fast moving system. we can get the rain out of here. and partly sunny and breezy and warm on thursday. >> and that's your latest weather. >> all right, thank you, al. coming up next, she plays a high profile restaurant critic in the new bradley what's going on? toaster's broken. which means no eggo waffles. what's that sound? did you leave your hairdryer running? no. something smells delicious. how could something smell delicious when the toaster's broken? i smell sausage, egg, cheese and... eggo? l'eggo my eggo breakfast sandwich. the eggo breakfast sandwich. but the toaster's broken. it's sweet, it's savory, it's in your microwave.
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in pop culture. >> uma thurman has starred in some of the biggest hollywood hits from "pulp fiction." >> yummy. >> and you are. >> poison. >> "batman and robin." >> poison ivy. >> and the kill bill" film and now the actress and mom of three has a cameo role on the big screen with bradley cooper in the new dramedy "burnt." >> closed down any good restaurants lately in. >> i don't close good restaurant. i review closed bad ones. >> and you played a food critic. >> i did. >> and bradley is a chef on a downward spiral trying to make a com comeback. >> and you're a tough food critic as most are. >> she's kind of harsh and unsympathetic. it's fun. i've certainly watched my share of, you know, the cooking shows. >> are you a foodie yourself? >> well, i cook. >> yeah. >> i cook for relaxation. sometimes it's good. >> that's good. what do you like to do? >> what are your favorite dishes that you like to make?
>> i have quite a repertoire. make a pretty good lasagna. occasional egg roll. >> going to come to dinner for dinner, sounds like it's extravagant and an affair at your house. >> like to chop things to calm down. stay at it for a long time. >> does get out that tension. >> and from the kitchen to the airwaves uma and her moves are behind the fallout boys hit song and the title uin thurman. she wants to dance like uma thurman >> really flattered and they actually contacted me to put the song out to ask plea if i was okay with it and i'm like sure. very unbelievably polite and gracious of them. so citybeat. so happy for their big success. >> the song has reached over 1 million in sales, and it's shown up everywhere from the football field at ohio university. >> to this house decorated just
she wants to dance like uma thurman and i can't get you out of my head >> some good slight hint at horror. maybe the dancing and the being buried, i don't know which. >> off the screen and out from under the lights umaryse entally ventured to south africa where she spent time with a cause close to her heart. >> in june i went over to south africa to take part in the rhino relocation of botswana and trying to remove the remaining rhinoceros from where they are being ferociously poached from south africa to botswana who has put their entire army behind protecting the environment and wildlife which is unbelievably >> philanthropy, food and fallout boys all in a day's work for this hollywood superstar and and be sure to check the "burnt" that opens nationwide on friday. coming up next, matthew broderick caught up in an
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it's a story of a captivating canine who befriends a new york city man and changes his life forever and that's because broadway is celebrating the lay "sylvia. ". >> known for the iconic film "buhler's day off" and that was 0 years ago and anna lee ashford picked up a tony and fans may remind her from "showtime's showtime's "master of sex." chahley. >> a little bit. >> annaleague, got to start with you, your inspiration was a certain little creature, gracey. >> yes. i have a toy australian shepherd. she's 6 and her name is gracie and she's named after gracie allen. oh, look it. there she is. gracie. you made it.
>> nice dog. >> you made the "today" show. oh, my god. how about that. my family is probably like screaming. >> explain how gracie was your inspiration for your role. >> well, gracie and i took obedience, agility and sheep herding classes this summer and it was the most method i've ever been with a role in my life but does something every day that works her way into a play. thank god i had a dog. what would i have done? >> it's hard. >> amen. >> your character greg is married. >> yes. >> ant dog comes into -- sylvia comes into the picture and now you've got this love triangle which i rehate to because my dog pepper. >> pepper? >> has really come in and insinuated herself between me and my wife. >> that's what they do. >> they do that. >> yeah, they like attention and, yeah, sometimes the man goes crazy over the dog or the jealousys can form, all sorts of problem. it's not all a picnic on the dog. >> yeah. >> there are problems. >> yeah, yeah. >> which is what this talks about.
>> yes. we really finally are talking about some of the problems of dog ownership. >> not really. it's kind of -- it's a -- it's really about the marriage and relationships and the a throw-way relationship basically. just one is a dog. that's weird. >> and awfully cute one there, annaleigh. >> very cute dog. >> there's a tie to your wife sarah jessica parker in that also she had this role at some point in time in herrier. >> there she is. >> she was a different dog but in the same show. >> she was the magical originator of sylvia, so there's like such a beautiful blueprint for all of us who have played it since then, and you can kind of feel her all over the play which is so lovely. >> so she's kind of in the middle like sylvia is in the middle in the play. is that a stretch? >> no, not at all. >> perfect.
that look, but she based it on the dog. >> you sought reflection of our stage manager in my eyes. >> something happened. >> they are discounting the theory. >> never mind. >> come back and visit us. >> sylvia again with a 16-week broadway run tomorrow and coming up her character is certainly a cult favorite and lucy lawless will tell us about it after your local news. >> and weather. this is brian. every day, brian drives carefully to work. and every day brian drives carefully to work, there are rate suckers. for car insurance because of their bad driving notice them anymore. from progressive. now brian has a rate t thrs. get snapshot and see just how much your good driving could save you. you know the love you feel
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>> i love bruce campbell very much. such old friends and mentored me in how to be a good star early on before he was my husband, that guy. put me together with bruce, and, you know, when they come and say, louie, do you want to do the ump teeth fight this week and go and train it the answer is no and bruce said when they go with an unpleasant question and say excellent and just by saying that it takes the curse off of it. >> i'm going to use that strategy from now on. >> i'm hoping you were saying that. >> be positive. >> my favorite. >> let's start at 3:00. >> right. >> we can start at 2:00. >> that's right. >> the you were quoted as saying you're not a funny person but you are a good laugher. >> yeah. >> does that -- does that help cover a myriad of sins? >> it's like -- i don't have interesting because i'm interested so, yes, i guess it does, but that's why bruce loves having me around because i just
find him entlessly amuse and i guess that's why he pulled me into this project. >> you have a lot of things that we love you for, do a lot of work with raising awareness specifically to women but your character zena goes down as one of the most bad, tough. >> right. >> in a good way women. i was going to say the other part of bad. >> i guess the guy is not a misogynist because he was instrumental and in fact the number one impetus for creating this character of zena and i'm proud to be part of it. >> people associate the costume with young pubescent males and when you look at dominant female characters she stands above the rest in many ways. >> i don't have that perspective but if that's true that would be amazing. >> think about it. think about some of the super hero women, she is counted among the very few. >> you have a lot of zena in you, the warrior princess, right?
one of the favorite things to do when you if to a new town if to the courthouse and watch trials. >> yes, if you don't know important and it's so important that people understand the jury system t. has to be transpanchlt you really learn a lot about communities. i was in shreveport and watched a lot of the voir dires and picking juries and learn what people -- it's really humbling how people get by in different communities around the world. >> what a great idea. >> it's fat nating. >> and it makes you want to participate and be a juror and it makes it your part in the justice system as a -- helping to keep things so square. >> you are so phenomenal. didn't expect that turn. >> thank you. >> you're welcome come. >> and you're debating dying your hair platinum blond. >> right after you, girlfriend. >> i think -- i'm thinking about it. >> if i do it it's your fault.
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it's the break, you make! to love this life is to live it... naturally. well, have you been too busy to go out and buy a halloween costume? now you only have five days left until halloween. the clock is ticking. >> got some clever last-minute ideas for the whole family courtesy of the style director at "good housekeeping "with the magazine. good to see you. >> good to see you guys. >> you're a gum ball machine. >> i am, very good. >> procrastinators paradise. >> you look adorable. >> thanks. >> we'll start today with our trophy. i love this. >> a lot of families want to dress up as something and they want a theme. really good for all ages. the family here is being so great today, all frozen in position and get athletic gear. >> nicely done.
>> spray paint it gold and that what you did and use a flexible fabric spray paint so it doesn't crack and get your gear and spray paint it all and wrapped boxes and wrote on it. >> what kind makeup? >> gold makeup. >> got it at drug store. >> you lost your ball. >> but essentially that's the whole key to this segment is everything we got at a hardware store, drug store, things that you don't have to go to a costume shop to get. >> go as a family and ring the doorbell and set this up. >> so fabulous. >> i love the emojis here. >> and for middle schoolers and tweens i they will like this was a really fun costume to do. emojis, jack as a hashtag and the purple devil and the flamenco dancer and the happy face and heart. >> and you can actually dress up
board or cardboard at the craft store. >> cardboard wrapped in aluminum >> this is so cute? this is actually my family, also my husband nick is -- stand up, please, giant rubber ducky and his rain coat and al you probably already have this. outfit. >> oh, okay. >> and then we covered our wagon which we already had. our kids are little and need to be entertained so bubbles are a great thing and there they are in the bubble bath. >> oh, my gosh, your kid are gorgeous. >> thank you. >> and these kids are gorgeous too. >> they are minions. >> for last-minute diys, also difficult because some kids really want to be characters so this is an easy way to do the minions and we have lena and al and overalls, get a yellow hoodie or long sleeve t-shirt, the goggles and real very fun. >> their chocolate and their guitar, little minions. >> good job, guys. >> and some lady bug costumes for the newborn. >> exactly.
>> this is really great. >> thank you. >> this is debby and nia as a pair of scuba divers. what we wanted to do is something for a small baby and even accommodated with her bianchi here. just wrapped it in some black tape and this is just felt over regular shoes. >> that's fantastic. >> and it's the most expensive item today was $18. >> you can actually get her bottle. >> you could. >> where were you saturday? >> this though is pretty good. >> they are all good. >> all fantastic. >> good job. >> terrific. >> that's great. >> what a great job. >> happy halloween. >> coming up next, we've got a no-bake halloween tweet that's sure to be a smash. this is right after these messages. i did it... i did it too... they took nature's bounty hair, skin and nails, it's a vitamin supplement that nourishes from the inside... with biotin for beautiful hair and strong nails. and vitamin c and e for vibrant skin. give it a month, if your hair, skin and nails don't look and feel
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to the no-bake pinata candy. i love this. you said your 4-year-old came up with this idea. >> he did. he said what if we make a pumpkin out of candy and fill it with candy and smash it. >> what a great idea. >> candy melt, black and original and green ice cream cone and whatever canty you guys want to fill it with. >> melt down the candy melt, do it in the microwave or double boiler and the microwave is sometimes a little bit dicey and we'll use an old fashioned bunt pan and if your bunt pan has been laying we've got a new use for it. >> don't coat it. >> this is a non-stick surface and pure in some of the chocolate and i'll ask you to slide the pock cla up the sides of the bundt. >> painting it. >> exactly. >> if you want to squish out the original, use black or white and use a whole different
assortments of kump pins. >> have to set it in the fridge. >> how long? >> 15 minutes and when you step from the fridge it get it away from the outside of the bundt and it slides out easily. >> when it comes out and we flip it upside down, how good is that. >> gorgeous. >> we've got one already done. >> and stuff that with your favorite candies. >> gotten care i'd away. >> that's looking great. >> see, the best recipes come up with by kids. >> you'll fill this all up. >> don't be spy. >> and while you're filling that we've got a couple of bag with candy melt, original and black. kind of like a piping bag and you don't have to buy anything extra? >> to seal the other half on top.
slide this around this edge. >> and it will glue it together. >> while i'm doing that. >> why don't we start painting a little face on this already completed pumpkin. >> did your son make this with you? >> he did. really leads and kind of bossy in the kitchen. >> as all the 4-year-olds should be. >> he's like no, that's my job. >> you want to bop that on. >> and try to line them up the sides and the ice cream cone is the stump. >> what a great thing. >> i'm amazed. >> it's intimidating that a 4-year-old came up with this idea. >> the four-year-old didn't do the face. >> i think we've got some other hemmers. >> you want to smash some pumpkins. >> want to smash one. here we go.
>> wow. >> cool. grab all that candy and eat the candy, guys. >> this is ultimate, absolute ultimate ultimate. >> that's fantastic. i'm going to stealth cannedy. >> i'll take a snicker. >> a great idea. loving it. thanks so much. >> go to today.com/food for more of the detail. >> somebody's got to deal with
it'll be here before you know it. hello, halloween. it's the one night when everybody dresses up. and that includes dinner. unleash the power of dough. give it a pop. that sound. like nails on a chalkboard. but listen to this: (family talking) that's a different kind of sound. the sound of the weekend. unleash the power of dough. give it a pop. >> kathie lee and hoda, ladies what's coming up? >> is al getting yet another award? what do i hear? >> no, no, no. >> why are you standing here? >> i have no idea. >> because we have more table. i'm your furniture. >> all right. >> so we have priscilla presley