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this morning on "today's take" donald trump stunning the nation and the world with a historic victory. what happens next. dr. oz unveiling his step-by-step plan to prevent and reverse wrinkles. plus look at how you work out. the hottest looks in wear coming up right now. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today's take" live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> welcome to "today" on a wednesday morning, november 9th, 2016. i'm al along with tamron and dylan. i'm still chuckling over our open. with this momentous election of any generation probably and
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>> people care about wrinkles. >> but also life goes on. i was just doing the hit on the social media and the reaction from people. they kept saying when is this going to happen. when is this election. it's happened and you realize that you've still got to get up with your children, you still have to look forward to the birth of your child. there's halloween next year and costumes. we try to figure out who we are. it's democracy. >> 16 years ago we had a split between the popular electoral college. we look at the latest results and we're seeing right now that as we look at democracy plaza, even though donald trump leads -- obviously has won the electoral college, in the popular vote, hillary clinton is winning. >> currently, we've not finalized those numbers but a lot of people went to bed, it was a very long night. there was some predictions that it was going to be early depending on how florida went. that was not true. the polling, all of this
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inaccurate. it was a historic victory for donald trump. look at the headlines from the papers, "the daily news." >> they're all over the place. >> they're all over the place but point in one direction, a victory for donald trump last night. people woke up this morning, you know, social media, what just happened? >> well, i was watching everything last night and then around 11:30 i'm like, all right, i'm going to bed because clearly this isn't going to -- there's no answer right away. and then i kept dreaming that -- it was like wheu dreaming like it's not snowing or it is snowing. it's just weird. i had all these dreams. then i woke up and checked my phone. oh, okay. i had no idea what was going on but my mind was going crazy. >> and you look not just here, but the response around the world, incredible. let's take -- el periodico.
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tru trumppocalypse. and "people" magazine's new cover out, president trump. >> what does this victory mean not just for donald trump, of course, but for the general public? you have now the senate and the house controlled by republicans. this is the first time someone who's never held office, he never served in the military, will now lead this country. he gave that 2:50 a.m. local time. after receiving a concession call from secretary clinton. >> now it's time for america to bind the wounds of division. we have to get together. to all republicans and democrats and independents across this nation, i say it is time for us to come together as one united
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land that i will bow president for all americans, and this is so important to me. for those who have chosen not to support me in the past, of which there were a few people, i'm reaching out to you for your guidance and your help so that we can work together and unify our great it's been what they call a historic event, but to be really historic, we have to do a great job. and i promise you that i will not let you down. we will do a great job. we will do a great job. >> there you have it. a very subdued speech. one tinged with humility. so one has to -- look, at the end of the day you want the president to succeed because
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melania trump now becomes the first foreign-born first lady since louisa adams. the question is also what role will his daughter, ivanka trump, play. he said the company will be in a blind trust. this is all new territory for this country to have a president who has a privately held company. melania trump said that she wanted to focus in on cyberbullying and some of the things that are happening on so >> and of course as you look forward, now president-elect trump has laid out a very ambitious first 100 days. he talked about repealing and replacing obamacare. of course as we know building that wall along the southern border, ripping up current trade deals. also nominating conservative justices for the supreme court and of course the total ban of -- he called for a total and
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entering the united states until we can figure out what's going on. >> it's going to be an extraordinary event also for house speaker paul ryan who said he voted for donald trump but refused to campaign with him. very few republicans who were running for re-election or office campaigned with him. he had very few celebrities. the party was divided against him and it was in some ways political analysis, donald trump against the world. >> yeah. >> if you look at the fact that to align themselves at least publicly with him. >> well, you look at what happened, i mean the two outsiders who made the biggest amount of noise, donald trump and bernie sanders. and in certain ways, they were very sympatico as far as the people that they tapped into. that makes you wonder like how did these polls get it so wrong? there was a whole group of people -- i think there were a lot of people who were a little nervous about saying they were
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>> trump always said that he had secret support. he had people who in polite company, as they call it in the cable news world, did not want to admit it. women, educated women particularly. so we don't know. we'll still look at the analysis of it. but this is the second election cycle where polls were completely off kilter. other than nate silver. >> and i don't really understand who they tap into. >> apparently they don't understand either because they were wrong. >> see, when we blow a everybody is -- it's not so easy now, is it, pollsters? >> meteorologists get all the grief when they get it wrong and not the pollsters. >> you could see all the pundits just like -- welcome to our world. >> nate silver, though -- >> we have science to back up why something might have changed. >> nate silver says he has science behind it. he's a very, very popular pollster if you follow him on his blog.
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had given democrats cardiac arrest by these models because he actually said this is not right. and so he uses a scientific formula and it turns out he was on it. >> i think the three people who -- this morning waking up and what are they thinking. i think for donald trump, president-elect trump, it's like the enormity of it is settling in. obviously for hillary clinton, what happened. and i have to think president obama. line. >> take a listen to what he talked about with matt back in january. >> do you feel you're responsible for a certain hunger out there for the message that donald trump is putting out? >> the message that donald trump is putting out has had adherence a lot of times during the course of our history. you know, talk to me if he wins, then we'll have a conversation about how responsible i feel about it. >> when you stand and deliver
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a in no part of your mind or brain can you imagine donald trump standing up one day and delivering a state of the union address? >> well, i can imagine it in a saturday night skit. look, anything is possible, and i think we shouldn't be complacent. i think everybody has got to work hard. >> i want you to focus, because the choice you face when you step into that voting booth could donald trump is temperamentally unfit to be commander in chief. >> ironically "saturday night live" became such a big part of the national discussion. when we come back, not only will we talk about what does it mean for hillary clinton's future, but we're also going to hear from alec baldwin, who talked about what it would mean if donald trump wins for his acting career. i've got more at progresso, we are passionate about our art. and our art is chicken soup.
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"today's take." of course hillary clinton is not giving a concession speech last night, waiting until this morning. i guess there was a tweet? >> yeah, there was a tweet last night before the polls closed. she said this team has so much to be proud of whatever happens tonight. thank you for everything. and so it is, what does it mean for her. she's first lady, senator of new york, the secretary of state. >> politics is her identity. >> the first woman to lead a major political the clinton foundation. what does this mean? and really what does the conversation about gender in our politics, we still have not had a female president. >> i don't think it was -- i don't think people were saying i'm not ready for a female president. i think they just weren't ready for this female president. >> women voted, you know, again going back to the stats the way women voters went, but i do
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gender, not necessarily voting against her but understanding some of the conversation that happens. i do have people who are tweeting in to us saying what do i tell my daughter, because no matter how this turned out, there are things that came up in the last 20 months that if you have a teenage daughter or son are complicated things to talk about. so that's just real tough. >> absolutely. wondering what this means for, obviously, the president-elect and hilry the other man affected by this or could be is alec baldwin, who did that spot-on donald trump impersonation. i was actually listening to brian on w nchnyc and he had aln as a guest. >> so is the run as trump over now or are you back on saturday night? >> i hope it's over.
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>> if he wins, i would imagine there might be some opportunity for that, but i want my weekends back so i can go be with my kids. >> i'm going to miss kate mckinnon as hillary. i'm sure they'll still work her in. >> so does alec baldwin come back? how does that work once the election is over? it's such a blur to me. >> do you have the weather? >> that's right. no matter what happens, the sun always rises and always sets. and so in between, here's what some wet weather making its way into the pacific northwest. there's a frontal system stretching from the gulf all the way on up into new england bringing some showers. nothing too horrible, that's the good news. look at the heat down in southern california, 90s there. 40s and 50s in the northeast. 60s in the mid-atlantic states. and we're going to be looking at unseasonably warm weather. record highs from the plains on into the central rockies. look for wet weather along the mid-atlantic states, into the northeast some showers and thunderstorms down through southern texas. and again we are going to see
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the gulf coast and southeast right on toward the end of the >> chris: good wednesday morning, everyone. after a dry start to the morning, a couple of sprinkles and showers working in mid-day into the afternoon. scattered about. so it's not going to be a washout, anything like that. close to 60 this afternoon. a little bit warmer than that across southeastern mass. cooler than that up through the merrimack valley into southern new hampshire. witness we shake off any rainfall that we once we shake off any rainfall that we have today, it is dry on the seven-day forecast. does turn windy other friday and colder on saturday. but the cold is not lasting. by saturday afternoon, back into the 60s again by monday. ause yo to get a few more wrinkles, lose a little sleep? dr. oz will reveal his plan to help you reverse your wrinkles so we will all look like a
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anything to look younger or stop looking older so we brought in dr. mehmet oz and he's going to reveal his plan to combat wrinkles. before we reveal his anti-aging secrets, the good doctor is going to test my skin smarts. good morning, good to see you. before we get to the quiz, you have a food investigation coming up? >> all month long we're doing this all access food pass so we're going to teach you the truth about food in your life
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we're going to focus on the breakfast sandwiches so many americans love. how do they really make those eggs, how are they so circular. there's some chemicals that are added. how about the sausage patties. you can get your food quickly and not sacrifice your health. one of the first places you can tell the inside of your body is not happy, the outside of your body. >> your skin. >> beauty represents that we're healthy on the on your eyes, the rouge on your lips or cheeks and the texture of your skin that you must be healthy on the inside because the barometer of your health is your skin. >> what's your first question? >> what is the top cause of wrinkles? is it aging, smoking, the sun? or repeated facial expressions. that's one of them as well. >> the sun? >> are you confident? how confident are you? >> well, it's the thing we're all most exposed to because not
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the sun. >> you're so smart, so smart. when you take the medical school boards, they want to know how confident you are. it's the sun. aging does cause a little problem. smoking causes those vert yal lines, a big issue. but the sun is number one. it causes a lot of us because of question number two. are you ready for that? >> i'm ready. >> what is the main way the sun damages your skin. does it dry out the skin, does it break proteins in the skin or cause the buildup of hitting your face? >> i'm not confident but i'm going to go with it causes the buildup of toxins. >> i got it wrong. >> that's wrong. >> i'll be honest. >> i was going to go for that. >> the proteins in the skin are called collagen. when we come back, we'll do a second segment about what to do about these things. but we're going to show you -- i love when you go like this. >> i do this because i'm trying to feel this out. >> my mom used to do this all
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collagen. what's the best secret ingredient to help build collagens. >> anticox dants. >> healthy fats are good for the skin. the fiber makes you go to the bathroom more often. antioxidants is the way to go. the third question, the antioxidants on the outside or inside. do you eat them or apply them to the skin. >> eat them. you said it's from the inside out. isn't beauty from the inside out? >> you need to do both. >> that was a trick question. if you do both of these things, build it from the inside out but also put it on top of your face, you can get a benefit. when we come back, i'll walk you through a four-step skin plan that's well vetted. i am confident it will help most folks. when you're all stressed out like many people are today after being up all night long watching election results, it will help. >> i'll be honest, i've put on a facial mask pretty much every day of my life since my 20s.
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and we're back with the one and only dr. oz. he's going to unveil a step-by-step plan to combat and reverse wrinkles. >> good morning. >> this is an explainer about how our skin works and wrinkles. it looks like a trampoline. >> tamron did so well on the quiz. if you just push on that, that's the fluffiness, that's the elasticity that we have in our skin. you have elastin and collagen. when your collagen is not being well taken care of, your skin begins to dimple and nobody wants that. what i'm going to do is walk you through the smart advice that we can give to all americans inexpensively to do just this,
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>> you can reverse wrinkles, you can. >> you can. by the way, you don't want to look like you're 20 when you're 60. that's not the point. you want to look really good at 60 or whatever age you happen to be. >> let me ask you a question. there's a saying we have in the black community, black don't crack. now, people of color tend to wrinkle less. >> is that true? >> is that anecdotal? >> that's true. when i see patients in my office, i'm no better now than when i started guessing the age m african-american. you're automatically wearing an spf of 20 or 30 so it's really important to avoid extra damage from sun. in north europe you wanted the 61 to go through your skin to make vitamin d. so the body beautifully adjusts. over a few generations, your skin color will begin to change as well according to how much skin exposure you have. >> so al and i are 300 years old. >> you look so good. >> what do you have for products?
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talk about. it lube railway cates the skin. what i recommend is more of an ointment than a lotion. they're a little thicker and they go on better and i recommend that you get one of an spf of at least 15 but preferably 30. i put moisturizer on twice a day, once in the morning, once in the evening. >> you go to the department stores and see these really, really expensive can you use like a petroleum jelly based moisturizer? >> sure. there are drugstore chain products now that 15, $20 at most, inexpensive that will last you the whole month. it's the best investment you can make. the second best investment you can make is something with retinol in it. it's available over the counter. doctors can give you a higher dose if they think you need it. my mom would always dot herself,
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especially under the eye. you want to do this once, maybe twice a week. be careful you don't do it too much if you notice redness or irritation. i think it's better off in the evening. you can be by yourself and you're not going to have toxic effects of chemicals and the sun influencing the retinol. >> i do retinol monday, wednesday and friday. three days a week and at night is when i do it. monday, wednesday, friday at night. >> exfoliator? >> it's critical for a bunch of reasons. we talked about collagen. levels. the retinols do it especially with higher doses but exfoliation does it as well. you could exfoliate at least once or twice a week. you don't have to spend a lot of money. all of these things you should do every day. i asked a question about what you should eat or apply. >> you said both. do both. >> this is an example of why that's so. take an avocado, which is healthy fats which the skin likes. it has a little roughness to it. all of the glycolic acids in the
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bit of ability to irritate your skin just the right amount so your skin responds in making more collagen to make that trampoline effect that we have. so go ahead, you may do the honors. >> what do you want me to do with it? >> just apply. >> on your face? >> the one thing -- >> i had one job. >> can you get some chips over here. >> what other than a mess? >> something called glycolic acid which is naturally present in a lot of foods. when you apply it to your face and leave it there for 10, 15 minutes, you're stimulating -- thank you very much -- glycolic acid, a reaction in the skin. you're also debriding a little old skin on the surface so it allows the younger skin to reflect light more accurately. that gives you that shine, that life, that body that you want your skin to have. >> after your show today, you're
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"wicked." >> like this. >> i love that. okay, we've got to get you cleaned up, dr. oz. be sure to watch dr. oz minus the avocado facial. food investigation on his show today. we're learning more about what to eat to get rid of these lines. from big movies like divergent and whiplash, miles divergent and whiplash, miles teller is pulling no punches i i thought i was managing my moderate to severe crohn's disease. but then i realized there was. so, i finally broke the silence with my doctor about what i was experiencing. he said humira is for people like me who have tried other medications but still experience the symptoms of moderate to severe crohn's disease. in clinical studies, the majority of patients on humira saw significant symptom relief. and many achieved remission. humira can lower your ability to fight infections, including tuberculosis. serious, sometimes fatal infections and cancers, including lymphoma, have happened;
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yes, miles teller has been described as having the "it factor" as one of hollywood's fastest-rising stars. you know him from such blockbusters as "divergent" playing the role of peter and in its 2016 seeiquel. >> he was an ambitious young drummer in a 2014 film "whiplash." >> now he's in a true boxing legend who sets out to make one of the most ambitious comebacks in sports history after breaking his neck in a near fatal car accident. >> i'm getting pretty sick of people talking about me like i'm dead. like i died in that car wreck. like it's just over for me.
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that's what everybody here knows. they're afraid to say it to your face. you're not going to fight again. >> miles teller, congratulations on this movie. it really at its heart, it's a comeback movie. it's not really a sports movie. this is about an amazing comeback and human spirit. >> yeah, absolutely. i think that boxing more so than any other to the, you know, big screen. it's a very -- i think it transcends the sport of boxing. vinny achieved what he was being told wasn't possible. he broke his neck and they said you might never walk again. you might certainly never box again. in real life vinny five days after breaking his neck went down to his basement with this thing on and said, no, i'm going to -- yeah, i'm going to come
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five days after breaking his neck tried to start bench press and comes back a year later and in real life won three more world titles afterwards. it's just such an incredible story about a guy with will and perseverance and sense of self. to me that's the thing i take away from it, him knowing something about himself nobody else knew. every doctor is telling him this is impossible. what you love to do, tt' but he told me, he said, miles, i knew that i was meant to be a fighter. if i couldn't fight, i didn't care about walking. it's unreal. >> i worked in rhode island for a couple of years, i lived in cranston. his pictures would be up in different restaurants. >> yeah. >> did you go to vinny for guidance? you crushed the accent. >> yeah. you know, it's interesting, it was the first time that i ever played a real-life person.
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going to show archival footage at some point. you want to be pretty close to the guy. yeah, i don't know. once i was on set, absolutely, vinny is the only person who can tell you how to bench press with a halo on. there's no other person in the world who can speak with any authority on that. so for certain scenes like that, yeah, it was really special. very rarely does som movie about your life and very rarely are you in your 50s or still old enough or young enough to really appreciate it. vinny retired 15 years ago and already a movie produced by martin scorcese is in theaters. >> what you got, miles? what you got physically there? >> you know, i'm not going to try and go -- i'm not going to
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my ego that way. >> but you did some physical training, right? >> you can see in that "divergent" clip, i filmed this movie not that long after that. i was not -- i certainly don't think i was the guy studios were calling to be a five-time world champion italian-american boxer. we filmed this two years ago, but i lost 20 pounds and got down to 6% body fat and then i we were filming. >> the biggest problem you had was growing the mustache. >> i wish i still looked like that. >> you know what, this movie is a moment in your life and it is brilliant. congratulations on it. it opens nationwide next friday, november 18th. bench press, show him what you got?
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>> chr >> good wednesday morning, everyone. after a dry start to the morning, a couple of sprinkles or showers working in midday into the afternoon. they will be scattered about, so it's not going to be a washout. closer to 60 this afternoon, and southeastern mass, cooler than that, out in the merrimack valley into southern new hampshire. once we shake it off, it's dry on the seven-day forecast. windy on friday and colder on saturday. the cold is not lasting by saturday afternoon, back into the mid 50s and closer to 60
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at the grocery school pickup line, the gym, athleisure is everywhere. it's one of the biggest fashion trends for men and for women because it's sporty, stylish and, above all, comfortable. >> and it's a stupid word. so we have some things perfect for the cooler weather. here is the lifestyle editor at >> comfywear. >> al does not love the word "athleisure." >> but he likes the style. >> it's a mega trend because we've been comfortable and we're
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and now for women and men. >> so here's our first look, cardio chic. >> the cardio chic look. here we have sheana. this look was inspired by dance. let's start with her leggings. two things we love about it, high waist, which is a huge trend and so flattering and then the bold print. these are by reebok and they're -- this campaign features gigi hadid, so who doesn't want to wear it. you know what she's wearing. we paired it also from cardio tank and we tucked it in so it looks like a crop top but you don't have to show the tummy so it's a lot more wearable. lastly, the huge trend, the bomber jacket. this one has been updated in a little mesh so it's perfect for going to the gym, it's perfect at the gym and it's just $17. >> and if you sew it together, it's almost like a laundry bag. >> so love this look on sheana. >> thank you so much. our next look is bold and
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here we have christina coming in. there she is. and this look is inspired by one of our favorite athleti athletic athleisure style icons and that is beyonce. christina's top is a graphic tee from ivy park, which is beyonce's line. just $25 so that's a great way to get in on that graphic, bold look which we're seeing in and outside of the gym. then we went for a huge pop of co the gym. you really want to stand out. this is sort of a high-tech oversized take on the hoodie. you can see christina can pull her little hood up and she looks so sporty and cool. >> those bright colors really are all the rage. >> and lastly, let's talk about probably the biggest trend this season in legging and you can see she's wearing those mesh insert leggings. this is great to mix in with your entire wardrobe. i mean wear it with a leather
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the rihanna sales star favorite, the adidas superstar. we see them everywhere. >> from big color to m monochromatic. >> i want to curl up and wear this outfit every day. >> that looks comfy. >> i want that right now. >> i love it. it's like an updated take on the gray sweatshirt and a couple of big trends here, the jacquard great quilting and the funnel neck. the funnel function. you can pull it all the way over your head if you want. >> in case you want to rob a bank. >> and for the ladies, here's another thing we love about this top is it's the perfect length for running around town. i mean she could be going to the gym, she could be going to a movie. >> okay. let's get the guys look in here from steven real quickly. >> guys are loving the athleisure look too. the great thing about guys is
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so his t-shirt is a merino tee from outdoor voices. this fabric keeps you warm when it's cold outside, cool when it's hot outside and is naturally odor absorbing. >> he's got a lot of layering going on. >> al, you've got to touch this jacket, this is so soft. this is another piece by outdoor voices. it's high style but also four-way stretch and built to take away sweat, al, this is what all the guys are wearing. >> that's not happening. >> it's a new trend. >> no, not for me. thank you so much. bring all of our models back in here. other than that, you are okay, steven, until the leggings. we're back in a moment, but
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