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>> it's happened. four people are going -- everyone is in iowa. i was, like, where is everybody? >> it was special for you. it was all for you. >> you know, i was gone all of swran last year, and nothing when i came back in. >> no welcome committee? i think i did. i think i threw confetti. >> it's nice to be back. thank you for all your nice tweets and thank you to lovely jenna bush hager who is such -- >> a whack swrob, but that's what we love about her. how was your time in florida? >> you know, it was really -- i needed it. you know, you know -- when i week. i just felt like i needed to be, but i never really had any time just to be alone with bambino, dog. if the place wasn't dog-friendly, i didn't go. >> girl. where did you eat? >> i ate at wonderful places like alabama jack's and
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you can go, and a lot of take-out. i visited a place called the raw bar. i get the peel and eat shrimp. it was a great, great two weeks of just contemplation and prayer and gratitude and, you know -- >> and you made a new friend? >> i made a wonderful new friend. she was coming over for lunch, and she stayed five hours. that's almost like yours and mine. >> we were five and a half hours. okay. go on. >> we were five and a half hours. we still have the record. >> the record. >> cisse spacek, one of our country's greatest actresses. she came and i thought she would never go. no, she is so much fun. >> what did you talk about? >> we talked about life, and she's so real. she's a farm girl, and she's just -- the kind of person that you sit with and, first of all, you say i can't believe i'm having lunch at my house with cisse spacek, and our friend bobby watson.
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is like i've known her all my life. >> don't you love when that happens. >> she's the real, real deal. i gave her a little wrout fit, and i hope it's what she's going to wear at the academy awards. i won't say anything until we see. >> we can't wait. >> i took her into my -- she was saying i don't have anything to wear. i'm not going to give it away. i had a good time. thank you. >> not only were you having a nice time, but your daughter is going to be seen and heard by a lot of people coming up soon, right? >> she was asked -- there's my baby girl. she was asked to be a special correspondent. she's going to co-host e.t.'s super bowl coverage. she's an actress, and that's all she's ever been interested, in but when they called her, you know, she said, mom, what do you think? i said, honey, you know what, my life took a complete turn. >> you never know. >> when i got called to go and do that other morning talk show. it took me down a completely different road, but sometimes you have to have -- you got to be open to those things.
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arie and fun, and, you know, you don't need -- it shouldn't be -- football should be a blast. through her eyes, enjoying the super bowl. snoo what was fun with cisse is her daughter, madison is a designer just like her husband, jack fisk, is, and jack is nominated for "the revenent." >> have you seen that one yet? >> no. we sat as just moms talking about our daughters because cassie did a movie called "sinkhole." i had another name for it because it was very hot in texas, and we were in a different kind of hole. >> we were 30 feet down in a cave. i called it hell hole. >> for a while. >> they got to be friends working on the same set. yeah. it's interesting to have a whole new generation. >> let's toast because you're back. >> i missed you. >> i missed you too. >> you called me, and i called you. >> we tweeted and texted and
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>> late last week matt called me, and just to say i was walking around going where is our girl, where is our girl? >> it's not the same. it ain't the same when you're not here. >> probably better. i did a quick day trip to nashville. >> to see janie. >> back and forth. we did a book thing. there's something called salon 615. it's a bunch of nice people. there's jane in the front row with her boyfriend and boyfriend's mom. she was on the right of jane. it was a lot of fun. i want to thank everybody who came out. >> are you officially off the tour now? >> there's a few more things that are coming up. >> by the way, thank you to everybody who purchased her book because it was a huge best seller. it really, really was. but if you don't get on certain lists, it's complicated. all these thousands of books you're selling if they're not part of the system, don't know into the computer. it was frustrating. >> it was fun that people enjoy the book. >> you've had bernie sanders
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are feeling the hodoe going out. >> grease live was last night. everyone was raving about it. >> i is heard it was. i hope they reshow it. i didn't have chance to see it. >> it was an audience which made a different vibe. >> i think that's a good idea. you felt like a vibe. >> julianne hough played sandy. >> she's adorable. and then vanessa hutchins played rizzo. her dad passed away from stage iv cancer on saturday. >> bless her heart. >> she put a tweet out saying thank you for everyone who loved him. you wondered if she would go on with the show and she did. she was going to do it for him. >> her performance was great. let's take a little peek at that.
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i bet you never knew but to cry in front of you that's the worst thing i could do >> they ended up dedicating the show to her dad. >> it's therapy. it really is when you go back to work, especially if you're going to do something in honor of someone you loved. did she go back and sing? >> she went back and spoke to the crowd. she was talking about going back for one day, yeah. >> i was in vegas when my grandmother, my dad's mom passed away. and you know, you just -- first of all the adage the show must go on is true. again, when you do it for somebody you loved so much, it's like they're still with you. >> right.
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you know that they would want you to. >> right not to sit home. >> her father saw her whole rise and struggle. and yeah, that's what parents want, you know. >> so so -- >> yeah. good for her and god bless her and her friends and family. >> the sag awards were last night. screen actors guild. here is red carpet stuff. some people were risk takers. nicole kidman. >> yeah. >> all right. >> okay. >> eva longoria. >> okay. wow she went -- >> she's got your back. >> wow, she sure does. >> she is fun, i like her. >> who is that? >> alicia vicander? >> we'll know it soon. julianne moore. >> yeah, now that's the color
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ever wear. but she's jollulianne moore. >> helen mirren. >> she looks fantastic. >> what a body. >> viola davis looked great, too. >> she sure does. >> and lovely color. >> uzo abouda decided she would bring her prom date from high school. she showed her before and after. >> how cute. they remained good friends. i'm sorry i missed the most, but carol burnett walked the red carpet in slippers. and then always just so -- >> we'll talk about her. we'll hear it a little bill later. >> she was honored. >> tina and amy presented her with the lifetime achievement. >> can you imagine they haven't given her that yet? when they first announced that a couple months ago i went, it's like frank used to go aren't i in that already? certain people have been given every award you can get by a certain point.
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receiving that award. >> we watched carol with our moms and our moms taught us 90% of what we needed to know to be the kind of women we are today. and the other 10% is carol. we love her and we thank her. >> all the comedy variety shows are hosted by men. sid caesar jackie gleason. milton berle. it's not for a gal. comedy variety is a man's game. no. my thanks to sag and to all of you for this very special evening and special honor. i'm go glad we've had this time together. thank you. >> oh, don't you love her? >> i've loved her since i was a little girl. and just admired -- now that you get to know somebody, it really -- >> yeah.
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>> she and julie andrews to this day are two of the -- you know when you meet someone that all your life have admired so much and they've had a strong influence on you. thank you, hodie. i missed you. and then you get to know them and they don't disappoint you. they're even greater as a human being. >> yes, yes. >> that's carol. >> we've got our favorite things coming up. stick around a little later. >> mine is the cutest thing you've ever seen, i'm telling you. first, find out which stars
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and the daily news got some insight. >> while she was in prison she kept a diary for a big book she has coming out. the daily news got kperpts from the book. she talks about maggots in the food in prison. she talks about humilulating strip searches and talks a little bit about lesbian love. >> not a little bit. >> quite a lot of it. strip-searches. >> quite a lot of it. her room was infamous for stuff going on. they called it the boom boom room. the ladies in prison called her hollywood, and she said she devoureded the weekly tabloids each week because she wanted to know what was going on. i know the ladies actually wrote the book with her. casey baker, a fantastic journalist at "people magazine", she went to the prison pretty much every week to interview
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would come out quickly. >> that's smart. >> it's going to be a huge seller. >> between the maggots in the food and working out six hours a day, she looks darn good. >> also, to -- >> i thought they were supposed to work at some point. >> she's been working out. day. she's back now happy with her family, but this is going on because her husband is going to prison in a couple of months, and he is going to be gone away for over two years, and then he is not a u.s. citizen. there he is. joe. he might even be deported. i don't know what will happen to that. a big huge book for theresa. >> susan serandon made some news. >> a couple of news. >> the racy issue today. she took the red carpet at the sag awards, and there she is walking out on stage in just a bra and a white jacket and
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>> the mike stands right there with the cleavage. you can really -- >> there she is. >> she's always had an awesome presentation. >> her body is incredible. she was there with her son, her daughter. twitter went nut twitter say? >> it was genuinely positive. >> except that she was introducing the memorandum. sfroo that's when it got tricky. she was doing that. i think some people thought she should be a little bit more covered up. what her friends are saying, though, is she did a big tribute to david bowie who a dear friends of hers, and he was known for fashion and pushing the envelope. i think davi actually like that. david might like the look. >>. >> was she nominated for something? >> she was nominated for an act ago ward that she didn't actually win, but she was the winner of the night because we're still talking about susan and that carpet. >> she was excellent in that. i did see that. it was --
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>> gilmore girls is coming to netflix. >> since october we've heard rumors, gossiping about this, and it's now been confirmed over the weekend that they are bringing it back to netflix. we do not know yet if it's going to be ten weekly episodes or if it might be four 90 minute movie type episodes, so we don't know the format yet. they haven't spoke about that. we shouldn't be too surprised about this because netflix just did this for john stamos and full house. >> what's going on? >> it's fuller house now. >> everything is an old thing. >> you know, it's branded, and there's so much money to be made. they don't want to -- >> you have all the fans that are looking back that are nostalgic and want to see it again. all the characters are coming back. we're not sure about melissa mccarthy yet. sfroo her other show was just canceled so, maybe she will. >> things work out. >> 35 this year. he was 34 and he announced he was going to be daddy on his birthday.
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watches us on nbc 4, and she's joining us by phone. hi, sandra. >> hi. >> you look so cute. >> is it raining like crazy there? >> i heard there was a monsoon out there. a little rain. a little rain. >> like her. >> all right. i love both of you so much. >> thank you. >> we're going to tell everybody wh in particular were chosen, okay? since the very first day she has taken over her husband. what's his name? george's drapery business. this way she and george can >> look >> her favorite segment is ambush makeover. >> sandra, we want you to do that, so it's time to put your fandom to the test a trif wra question. win. >> here we go. kathie lee was on vacation for
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who filled in for her while she was away? was it blake shelton, jennifer lopez, or jenna bush hager? >> jenna bush hager. >> you got it right. >> fabulous resort vacation. looks like you and george are headed to hawaii. >> oh, my goodness. >> you'll enjoy four days, three nights at the travasa hana resort in maui. >> you can receive chef-prepared meals and spa treatments and, of course, round trip airfare will youed. are you excited? forget about you. how is george? >> he is going to be so excited. thank you so much. i have a sister, and -- well, she's not my sister. she's just a great friend, and you guys so just have so much fun together. i love both of you. >> thank you very much. >> we're happy for you. give our love to george. >> bye, honey. >> coming up, the important
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it's fun day monday, and the first day of february, and it's the first day you are going to stop the excuses. >> how many times have you promised yourself you're going to clean up, you're going to declutter? if only you had the time. >> hmm. well, now you do because you're to meet a woman who says you can get organized in one minute or less. >> she's even written a book about it, and it's called never too busy too cure clutter, and her name is erin rooney doland. >> so is it possible in a minute? >> most things will take a little longtory set up, but once you're actually in the promise of doing it, we're talking five seconds. we're not even talking -- >> two years or three wreerz of
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looking for things. >> i spend a lot of my life searching for things. >> hopefully today we'll get you a little bit of help. >> are we walking in the front door? >> this is a closet. >> you take off your coat. you take off your gloves. one of the first things we're going to do is give everybody a pants hanger. they can hang up their items. they can dry. you know, if it's been wet outside. >> it's smart, but it will never happen. >> you can even put things like lunchboxes for kids. when they are ready to go out the door, there's no searching. they're ready to go. >> it makes too much sense. >> now you're at the foyer of your house. stla you're inside. receipts. >> you are going to empty out your pockets, and the easiest
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the easiest way. >> you can also spike yourself, so be careful. >> just use a traditional receipt spike. what's so great about the traditional receipt spike, at the end of the month to reconcile, they're in chronological order, as long as you get each time. >> in your purse, you have to go in your purse and find them. >> right. not as simple as you are making it seem. digging. finding it. go on. i'm sorry. okay. mail. >> the next is you have mail also in your hands because assuming you're coming home. the first thing you should do, though, is just. >> throw out the junk. >> there's no reason for it to go in your house and on the table. then -- >> and piles of mail. >> you ath categorize it. >> the other thing can you do if it's a bill, write pay by on it and stick it right in the bill section. if there's a magazine for mom --
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>> this can look unruly. >> even that upsets them. that extent upset hoda. >> nothing does. >> if you are like most people, if you don't have something established right when you get in, what's going to happen is this is going to get all gunked up with the stuff you should have left in the foyer. hopefully it's a little bit clean, and what we're mostly worried about right now are -- >> cables. >> awful cable clutter. there's a simple solution. all have you to do is -- these are just -- >> i have seen those things. >> zip ties. we're literally talking pennies. just go in, wrap it up and then -- >> then you are -- >> i say cut it. >> they're still unsightly, but you just throw it under. >> remember, it's going to be behind. >> not a tangly mess. >> let's go to the pantry, shall we? >> if you are lucky to have one. a lot of people tsh this is a space thing. a lot of people don't have a pantry. >> if you have regular shelves
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way to even organize them. we're going to start, though, by even just -- >> wow. >> amazing. >> it really is, though. it looks so -- >> it's all together. you're rea to go. stroo where do you get that? from a container store thing? >> yes. the next thing is pudding, flour, sugar, countertop, get it off your countertop. >> zip lock. >> it doesn't break when you drop it. >> and you will drop it. >> you can also write straight on the bag when you open it so you'll know if it's fresh or not. >> that's smart. >> that doesn't mean you're going to do it. >> exactly. >> another thing we've done is we've labelled just the lids of the shelving, and that's nice for when you are making your grocery list. you can see what you are missing out on. really easily.
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>> they can help you. >> thank you very much. >> thank you. tloo it didn't help hoda at all, but it really helped me. >> thank you. >> for more tip on how to declutter, go to klg and hoda.com. >> broncos and panthers may be the big dogs, but the real action next sunday is between the puppies. >> that's right. there's a hit show all about it. your real life guide to dealing with divorce as mmmm mmmmm mmmm (laughter)
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of divorce looks like. it's stressed out. it's old before its time and it's scared to death. >> wow. we love her. >> do love her. >> marty is the creator of girlfriend's guide to the divorce. and jeff is a psychologist and all three of them are survivors of divorce. >> actually all five of us are. >> oh, we are. >> let's be honest. >> great club. >> we're talking about divorce. she was describing the horrible things people go through. there are also some sense of relief. they talked about five emokes, relieved, hopeful, confident empowered and rejuvenated. i was surprised. maybe not all at the same time, though. >> yeah. i didn't actually -- there's a survey that indicates most
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i felt terrified. i didn't know anything from what my pubic hair design should be to -- >> wow. >> who needed that? >> yeah. >> to what i was supposed to -- if i should start wearing bras and panties that matched. if i should get a tummy tuck. i was so scared about -- >> those kinds of things. >> being in my 50s and getting a divorce. >> i was thinking about the other thing she said before. but i think what this survey is showing that initially you do have very positive feelings because you just out of something that has been unhappy for such long time. the reality is, that you do begin to deal with a lot of those fears and you have to figure it out. you have to work it out. and then, eventually you get to that place where there is joy, once again. something you probably have not had for a long time. >> it depends on the details,
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if somebody leaves you for some other person that's devastating. you've got to get over that, the rejection part of that. if you have children -- >> i have two, a 11-year-old and 13-year-old now. they were five and eight at the time. >> how tough was that decision? >> it makes it so much more difficult. and obviously, i think a lot of people stay in marriages because they're worried about the kids. i don't know upon reflection whether one is better than the other. i think that -- >> they make unhappy children you think? >> if you have children, it is factor to look at whether you should keep working on that marriage and whether you can work. however, if you're going to be in a situation of where you just roommates and you're doing it for the kids, i can tell you i've seen enough therapy cases where that can hurt the kids much much more. >> i say no. >> i've interviewed couples who years. they said number one, they didn't plan on loving each other forever.
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tomorrow. and they all said that they weren't of the generation where you threw something out if it was broken. >> you fixed it. >> and they all were sort of nodding. i was noticing in the couples i thought i wonder if we jump too quick sometimes. >> it's funny, in the show this season, it's the message about positivity and making the best of whatever situation you're in. then a woman comes up to her at what's called split con. they have divorce conventions. i read your book and i just got divorced. it was too much work. that's not her message at all. i think it's a last resort, obviously. >> in this season you see that, you know, she went in with a euphoria in the first season. >> it's getting real. >> it's getting real. in reality, the divorce when it ends it's not really the end of the experience. >> right.
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your kids for another two years. >> you may be in court for a long time, too. you really should give your marriage everything that you can. don't give up. just do everything possible and then if it has to end, at least you don't have to look back and say i wish i could have, what if i had. >> we have to go, you also say don't start dating too soon or you'll make the mistakes you made before. >> i wish i had known that. >> by the way, girlfriends guide is so good. it's getting better and better. >> give our love to the ladies. you can catch girlfriend's guide to divorce tuesdays at 10:00. >> get ready for tailgating. the puppy bowl puppies are here. they're all up for adoption. all year long. you put the time in. you put the work in.
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one of the areas that i've been particularly interested in is the area of children. all of us have a responsibility, to ourselves, to our children, to each other. we intend to be sure that everybody in this room and every child in this state is somebody. no matter where they're born, no matter to whom they are born. our children's future is shaped both by the values of their parents and the policies of their nation. it's time to protect the next generation, fill the lives of our children with possibility and hope, open up the doors
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live up to his or her god-given potential. i've spent my life fighting for children, families and our country, and i'm not stopping now. (crowd cheers) i'm hillary clinton, and i have always approved this message. they're one of the wall street banks that triggered the financial meltdown -- goldman sachs. just settled with authorities for their part in the crisis that put seven million out of work and millions out of their homes. how does wall street get away with it? millions in campaign contributions and speaking fees. our economy works for wall street because it's rigged by wall street. and that's the problem. as long as washington is bought and paid for, we can't build an economy that works for people.
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>> the real action takes place during the animal planet puppy bowl. they'll go head-to-head in the ultimate dog fight when they're unleashed on the gridiron. >> here with eight adorable puppies from the connecticut humane society who are all up for adoption is referee dan. >> he is the referee. works every time. >> how could you not be great? you are surrounded by puppies who up for adoption. >> they were benched. >> why were they bench snd. >> we gave them a choice. hoda, kathie lee or the puppy bowl, and they had to go. >> you are a referee, you're a real life refer wree. >> he is a rufferee. >> you can think of the pun, and we've probably done it. pass interference is paws interference. illegal formation is illegal furmation. when we say heel, we don't mean it as a command.
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>> what if they go potty. >> we call it fertilization of the field. five yards we set it back. start all over again. >> how old are these guys right here? >> 2 months old. they're from the connecticut humane society. all up for adoption. >> this guy is going to get a howling penalty in about a minute. sflo you love this job. you say it's warm front your favorite jobs. how did this come to be? >> five years ago animal planet knew me as a host and brought me on for this job. i beg like these puppies beg, and they took me on, and i'm still here. >> how many years has it been going on? >> this is the 12th year. this is our biggest and best show ever. up too. >> we have a hall of fame segment with bruce, who is a real hall of famer. >> i know bruce. yeah. >> he is highlighting adopting senior dogs. we're trying to get that word out too this year. we're very excited. >> so great. i love -- >> oh. >> well, by the way, they're learning about glass. >> they're learning about -- >> we want puppy helmets next year.
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these dogs are up for adoption. what kind of breeds are these? >> the brown ones are shep mixes. shep-beagle mixes. we have a lab over there. chihuahua. >> where is that one? >> i don't see the chihuahua. >> oh, blossom got benched. no, blossom is right here. >> oh, yes. the chihuahua. hi, little sweetheart. >> they're all adorable. >> they are. >> thank you so much, dan. >> thanks, guys. >> you can watch puppy bowl this sunday on animal planet. again, the puppies are all up for adoption from the connecticut humane society. >> awww. >> we have our favorite things
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firs they're one of the wall street banks that triggered the financial meltdown -- goldman sachs. just settled with authorities for their part in the crisis that put seven million out of work and millions out of their homes. how does wall street get away with it? millions in campaign contributions and speaking fees. our economy works for wall street because it's rigged by wall street. and that's the problem. as long as washington is bought and paid for, we can't build an economy that works for people.
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do you think when you are president you'll be paid as much as if you were a man-male... this is one of the jobs where they have to pay you the same. but there are so many examples where that doesn't happen. i'm going to do everything i can to make sure every woman in every job gets paid the same... ...as the men who are doing that job. i'm hillary clinton
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>> all right. it's time for our favorite things. mine is my friend rebecca horn
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this for bambino in the snow. dog boots. they are the cutest things. they're called cameo boots. green. they're available, of course, in other sizes and styles. they're $12.95 on amazon.com. thank you, rebecca. >> and mine is also something that's really cute. do you see what this t-shirt says? it says -- can you see it? hush puppy. it's called the foster hat. 15% of the proceeds from these go to help foster kids in the south find permanent homes. i met some great people. it's $30. it's called y'all-some. there are great things, and they help out foster kids. >> remember, all of these puppies are available for adoption. call the connecticut humane society. tomorrow lou has a quick fix for all those pesky house problems also, a performance by r & b sensation tank.
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chef tim who puts a twist on the classic burger. please remember to watch cassidy on "entertainment tonight." good night. >> she'll be on tonight? >> yes, and tomorrow too. >> i'm going to pop the popcorn. >> great fun day monday, everybody.
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they're one of the wall street banks that triggered the financial meltdown -- goldman sachs. just settled with authorities for their part in the crisis that put seven million out of work and millions out of their homes. how does wall street get away with it? millions in campaign contributions and speaking fees. our economy works for wall street because it's rigged by wall street. and that's the problem. as long as washington is bought and paid for, we can't build an economy that works for people.
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the american people can't afford to wait for ideas that sound good on paper... but will never make it in the real world. the grandmother who has to choose between paying for medicine and paying rent... can't wait. the single mom who desperately needs a raise... can't wait. the student with a mountain of debt can't wait. we can make real progress, right now. i'm caucusing... i'm caucusing for hillary clinton. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. bouma.... and candidates are making their final push to get iowans out to caucus. but political experts say that may not be enough. not as many new voters are registering compared to 2008.
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