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good morning. trump's challenge amid protests for the fifth straight night. the president-elect speaks out in his first interview since the election, opening up about the future of his controversial campaign promises, from immigration -- >> probably 2 million, could even be 3 million. we'rge country or we're going to incarcerate. >> -- to abortion. >> i'm pro life. the judges will be pro life. >> to that wall. >> i'm very good at this. it's called construction. >> mr. trump also delivering a message to his supporters being accused of racism and hate crimes. >> i will say this. i'll say it right to the cameras. stop it. >> as controversy surrounds the
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the trump administration. this morning, his just-named chief of staff, reince priebus, will join us. breaking overnight. a powerful 7.8 magnitude earthquake in new zealand. several killed, others trapped if debris. a tsunami triggered. we're there live. and big, bright, and beautiful. the supermoon lighting up the sky this morning with its closest path to earth since 1948. and you've got one mor november 14th, 2016. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. and good morning. welcome to "today" on a monday morning. i said you have another chance to see the supermoon today. al yelled out across the studio, "tonight." >> i was going to say.
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go to bed before sunset. >> 6:00. we'll talk more about that and see more beautiful images in a second. let us get right to president-elect donald trump speaking out in a wide ranging interview as his white house staff begins now to take shape. new protests over his election erupt yet again. we'll talk about all of it with the man who will serve as president trump's chief of staff, reince priebus, in a moment. but first, nbc national correspondent peter alexander at the white house. peter, good morning to you. >> r president-elect trump is starting to map out what his administration may look like. beginning with his inner circle. including two top aides meant to appeal to different factions of the republican party. one who has long antagonized the establishment, the other who represents it. donald trump revealing his first presidential pick. for chief of staff, rnc chair reince priebus. and his chief strategist, steve
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conservative news site, breitbart. the reince priebus pick celebrated by republicans but not likely with trump's base. one source telling nbc news, instead of draining the swarm, we just put in the head el gator. bannon's a bomb throwing seen as having controversial views light lining up with the alt-right and nationalists. but associates are defending bannon saying he has inclusive personal views despite breitbars on "60 minutes," trump's first tv interview since his surprise victory, the president-elect vowed to crack down on undocumented immigrants beginning with criminals. >> what we are going to do is get the people that are criminal and have criminal records, gang members, drug dealers -- we have a lot of these people. probably 2 million, maybe even 3 million. after the border is secured and after everything gets normalized we're going to make a determination. >> reporter: house speaker paul
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deportation. >> we are not planning on erecting a deportation force. donald trump's not planning on that. >> reporter: as for his signature campaign pledge, that border wall with mexico, trump now says in places he'll settle for a fence. trump's also promising to appoint supreme court justices who are antiabortion acknowledging roe v. wade could eventually be overturned affecting women's access to abortion. >> then some people won't be able to get an abortion. >> no. it will go >> no, but -- >> perhaps they'll have to go to another state. >> reporter: on another campaign pledge, trump is refuing to rule out appointing a special prosecutor to look into hillary clinton's private e-mail server. >> they're good people. i'll give you a very good and definitive action the next time we do "60 minutes" together. in this bitterly divided country, trump is also
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slurs and personal threats. >> i am so saddened to hear that. and i say stop it. if it helps, i will say this -- i'll say it right to the camera. stop it. >> reporter: this weekend asked if he thought his rhetoric had gone too far on the campaign, president-elect trump said, no, i won. this morning he's also pledging not to receive the $400,000 a year presidential salary and not to take any long vacations during his time in the white house. in his words, there's matt and savannah? >> peter, thank you. another big person until pick, steve bannon, will serve as donald trump's chief strategist and senior counselor. it is a pick that immediately caught some controversy. nbc's hallie jackson in washington with more on that. hallie, good morning. >> reporter: hey there, savannah, good morning to you. steve bannon, the former head of breitbart news, has been a controversial figure in the president-elect's orbit from the moment he came on board late in the campaign. his supporters are now
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critics are growing very concerned about what kind of world he might bring to the west wing. often on stage with his boss, steve bannon now in the spotlight after helping to propel donald trump to the presidency, promoted to chief strategist in a position to shape the future president's policies. ban be, one of trump's first appointments, and already his most controversial. before joining trump's campaign in august, bannon led breitbart news, a site with often one calling a conservative columnist a renegade jew. bannon saying this summer he wanted breitbart to be the platform of the alt-right, a conservative extremist movement with ties to white nationalism. the appointment of breitbart drew immediate fire. "the racist fascist extreme white is footsteps from the oval
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to send his children to school with jewish students. a claim he denies. politically he's a flame thrower. >> you may own these buildings but they're occupied by a permanent political class that is out for your destruction. >> reporter: house speaker, paul ryan, brushing off any issues with bannon. >> i've never met the guy. i trust donald's judgment. >> reporter: but ryan's congratulatory tweet praising reince priebus, the next administration's c o never mentioned the chief strategist. >> are you ready to elect donald trump president of the united states? his long time relationship with ryan, two men representing two factions, now under one west wing. the antidefamation league has come out against bannon's appointment. a couple of his friends and associates spoke with nbc news by phone defending his
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charges of anti-semitism, acknowledging breitbart's provocative but calling bannon a champion of diverse voices. they describe him as an intense and focused leader. >> hallie jackson in washington, thank you. reince priebus, chairman of the republican national committee, will join the trump administration as chief of staff. good morning, congratulations. >> hey, thank you. very nice of you to have me on. >> you were on our set wednesday morning after donald trump won you said you hadn't talked to trump about a position in his administration. you hadn't even thought about it. so this came together rather quickly. did you have any reservations about accepting this position? >> no, not at all. i mean other than making sure that it was good with my wife and the kids and getting that piece of my life straight. we've had a great partnership and i've learned to get to know president-elect trump and steve bannon and the whole team, and
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great partnership and he really wants everyone to understand out there that he wants to be a president for everyone. >> right. >> no matter your background, your race, your gender, your faith. he wants to do well for every american across the board. >> but to some, you're an odd choice for chief of staff because they've been watching this campaign over the last year or year-and-a-half. they've heard donald trump say we want to bring change to washington, we want to drain the swarm, we're going counter to the ta you're the ultimate insider and dealmaker. why are you the right fit for this job? >> well, first of all, it's about an advisory role. it is an operations role. but also, i was elected by the grassroots members of our party across the country. i get elected by the people that are making the phone calls and putting up the yard signs and the people doing the work. i'm a guy from kenosha, wisconsin who was elected
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but secondly, i would just tell everyone that the reason we had an electoral landslide in this country is that donald trump was able to bring different pieces of our party together. the reason why he did as well as he did is that he appealed to people like me. he appealed to people in all respects of our party. and so that -- it takes a talent and an ability that president-elect trump had. but it was his message and the delivery that created that incredible night. >> bannon? in some ways he is the flip side of the coin here. a lot of people are concerned because they look at breitbart news. as one paper put it, recently accused president obama of recruiting more hating muslim, and i guess people are bondering is this the world view that steve bannon will bring to the
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about him that would be contrary to the website he ran? >> sure. and that wasn't his writing. that was some articles in breitbart. it wasn't him. >> okay, but he is the head. the buck stops with him. >> the guy i know is a guy that isn't any of those things. the guy i know is the guy sitting in an office all day yesterday talking about hiring -- talking about -- in the last few months, t qualities. here's a guy who's harvard business school, is he a ten-year naval officer, london school of economics, i believe. he is a guy who is pretty -- he's very, very smart. very temperate. and together we've been able to manage a lot of the decision making in regard to the campaign, along with kellyanne and it's worked very, very well.
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interview last night, you saw a president ready to be president for every american so that in 20 years people are going to look back at president trump and say, wow, this guy did every single thing he said and he led this country with honor and dignity. that's the donald trump that people are going to be talking about in 20 years. >> let me just follow it this way, in the west wing will you or steve bannon have more power and influence in shaping donald trump's agenda and policies? >> i think it is a different role. the chief of staff is generally operations of the white house. in regard to advising the president, i think if people understand president trump, he likes taking opinions from a lot of different people. he's not a person that just listens to one person and does whatever that one person says. he decides. so in advising the president, i would suspect that me, steve bannon, i think jared kushner, obviously, his son-in-law is going to be very involved in decision making.
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donald trump is going to be. i think you are going to find that in a few months, as people see the agenda roll out in the first 28 days, the first 100 days, that he is going to be a president for all americans and he is going to make you proud. >> reince priebus, again, congratulations. >> you bet. >> talk to you soon. thank you. well, what is next for the democratic party? still reeling from a stunning loss. president obama set to hold a news conference this afternoon. nbc's kristen welker with that part of the story this morning. hi, kristen, good >> hi, savannah. in addition to that press conference, president obama will also call members of the democratic national committee today as hillary clinton reaches out to house democrats to discuss next steps in what went wrong. the outreach comes on the heels of clinton placing part of the blame for her loss squarely on the shoulders of fbi director james comey. >> reporter: democrats looking for the way forward with president obama and hillary clinton poised to reach out to top democrats today.
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who its leader will be with the president leaving the white house. it will likely also be a rallying cry, not to give up on key party policies like obamacare and immigration reform. what did go wrong? in a phone call with donors on saturday, clinton said she's heartbroken, blaming fbi director james comey for stopping her momentum after he revived the issue of her e-mails in the 11th hour of the race. >> i just can't believe it is always somebody else's >> reporter: but on "meet the press", kelly anne conway blasted clinton for the finger pointing. >> sometimes you have to reflect and figure out what went wrong. we saw the polls before the announcement on october 28th. >> reporter: rudy giuliani claimed obamacare played a role. >> we put up front in all of donald trump's speeches for the last two or three weeks not the fbi but obamacare. >> reporter: but within clinton world there is also an
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to white working class voters in places like michigan, ohio, and pennsylvania. a source familiar with former president bill clinton tells nbc news he was pushing for more outreach to those communities. other realization -- the obama coalition just didn't turn out in the same force without president obama on the ballot. >> even though we didn't get those turned out, it is not time to give up. it is time to keep fighting. >> the presidentyp election. today he is talk about the transition of power and how the country can move forward even as thousands take to the streets to protest the election of president-elect trump. also this morning, strong aftershocks are rattling buildings and a lot of nerves in new zealand where a powerful earthquake hit overnight. nbc's janice mackey-crayer is in christ church. >> reporter: good morning, matt.
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magnitude 7.8. there have been hundreds of aftershocks, several of them strong. a tsunami alert has been lifted but people are still being warned to stay away from the shoreline. so far two deaths have been reported, though rescue teams are only now getting a clear picture of the damage. another the earthquake's epicenter there are huge cracks in roads and landslides have cut off towns. the focus of the relief effort now is trying to get supplies about two hours north of here where a state of emergency has accessible only by air. experts believe the earthquake was actually two separate quakes along different fault lines. new zealand lies on the so-called "ring of fire" where tetonic plates meet and often collide. the quake this time was
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but it was also deeper. the physical damage doesn't appear as dramatic but nerves are seriously rattled here and there is, of course, concern that the death toll could rise as rescue teams begin to clear the rubble. >> janice, thank you very much. let's turn to al with a first check of the weather. the supermoon? >> this is really cool. the video and pictures just amazing. as you look -- not just in this country but all around the world. the weather's been spectacular. you look the supermoon and you just have to be in awe. look at it just balancing on top of the arch there in st. louis. and all over the world we've got some gorgeous video and pictures. you can see. you beauty of this, the orbit around the earth of the moon is not exact will i round. it is more elliptical, more egg-shaped. now the supermoon, this is the
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the furthest away. the average distance. around the country tonight, the best places to see the supermoon going to be in the rockies, the southwest, southern california, on into the central plains. gulf coast, into the mid mississippi river valley. here in the nea have some clouds and some showers and that may obscure your view but a lot of places are going to see a beautiful supermoon here in the united states and around the world. (mom) hurry up, honey! we're going to be late! ?? ugh. like this! woah! (knocking at door) mom and i were out earlier and look what i got for you! what?
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is when we all give a little more. >> back in college, didn't you do zoom super mooning? >> i could have told you were going to do that. >> al, thank you. just ahead, how big a role
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election of donald trump. what mark zuckerberg is now saying about some missed information shared on facebook during the campaign. and "saturday night live's" unique spin on the post election mood. but first, this is "today" on
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it is 7:30, it is monday morning, 14th of november. and yes, it is beginning to look a lot like the holidays around here. rockefeller center christmas tree arrived over the weekend. the ee the second-tallest tree ever to adorn our plaza. crews are getting it ready for the tree lighting on november 30th. >> we always look forward to that. nice little perk for people who came down torockefeller center. in his first wide-ranging interview as president-elect, donald trump addressed concerns about how he will act as this nation's leader.
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the situation is. sometimes you have to be rougher. when i look at the world and you look at how various places are taking advantage of our country. and i say it, and i say it very proudly. it is going to be america first. >> as for his controversial campaign promises, trump again promised to build a wall along the mexican border but said it may actually be a fence in some places. he also immigrants who have criminal records. firefighters are working to suppress wildfires from mississippi to north carolina. it is so smokey in some areas, residents are being urged to wear special masks if they go outside. last night's nfl game was a good one. the first meeting between the new england patriots and seattle seahawks since super bowl xlix.
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fourth and goal, the patriots looking to tie the game but brady's pass is incomplete. the seahawks hang on for a 31-24 win. meantime, mark zuckerberg is fighting back against accusations facebook helped spread misinformation during the presidential campaign. nbc's jo ling kent is here with more. >> hey, guys, good morning. facebook now under fire. critics say it allowed fake news to spread on the platform potentially reaching millions of people creating echo chambers and presidential election. but facebook's ceo mark zuckerberg says deciding what is allowed to be shared or not is not his job. >> reporter: it's been called the viral victory. >> it's where it's at. i do believe this. i really believe that the fact that i have such power in terms of numbers with facebook, twitter, instagram, et cetera. >> reporter: president-elect donald trump with his more than
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growing now crediting social media for propelling his campaign over hillary clinton. >> i think it helped me win all of these races where they're spending much more money than i spent. >> reporter: while trump praises social media, facebook founder mark zuckerberg now being forced to fend off criticism that the site allowed face news articles with trump and collin to be shared online. >> i do think there is a certain profound lack of empathy in asseg someone could have voted the way they did is because they saw some fake news. >> reporter: some of the most viral examples, a satirical headlines, pope francis and trump. another bonus article saying clinton personally bought more than $137 million worth of illegal weapons. even trump targeted in an image that wrongly quoted him as saying republicans are the dumbest voters. with nearly 1.8 billion people using it every month, facebook
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media platform. far more influential than twitter or reddit. in fact, 62% of americans get their news on social media according to pew research. zuckerberg insists facebook didn't influence the election. taking to his own page, the 32-year-old posted a long defense of facebook saying he doesn't want the company to become the arbiter of truth, saying, "of all the content on facebook, more than 99% of what people see is authentic. overall, this makes it extremely unlikely posts changed the outcome of this election in one direction or the other." when one facebook user replied to zuckerberg arguing it is the company's responsibility to separate fact from fiction he disagreed saying facebook is a technology company and news and media are not the primary things people view on social media. >> the only way to deal with this is try to pump in reliable
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reasonable and fact-based information. >> reporter: a new debate on and offline about social media's role in politics as president-elect trump heads to the white house. now facebook is declining to comment further on the issue. zuckerberg says there is nor facebook can do and will work to improve those tools but it goes way beyond that. trump's team tells buzz feed facebook is the single most important platform to find new donors for its fund r >> i think we've all seen the power of social media throughout this campaign. through all the coverage of the campaign that we saw on "snl," they probably just ignored the results. let's go to tamron over in the orange room. >> this is incredible. al roker was quoting dave chappelle's entire monologue to me. "snl" was all over the campaign and now their take on the election has everybody talking. the post-election show pulled in record ratings. it was the most watched episode of the season.
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usual funny business but rather a move somber note. kate mckinnon as hillary clinton played a powerful teary eyed tribute to songwriter andy cohen. other highlights included host dave chappelle. his edgy monologue, to say the least, giving us classic dave chappelle. his first time hosting. dave mckinnen as supreme court justice ruth bader ginsburg. i think that speaks for itself. "snl" also embraced the tension with its viewing party skit. >> it just says florida is too close to call. >> no, no, it says too early to call. there's only 1% in. >> i'm going to go ahead and call it. florida's going blue. to latinos. >> to latinos. >> of course he is going to win ohio. we knew that. but if we can get pennsylvania, florida and north carolina we don't even need ohio.
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>> can you bring me six? >> i'm going to grab the whole bottle. >> i just talked to my brother-in-law at cbs. he says trump is going to hear florida. >> i guess the latinos didn't hear about your toast. >> chris rock joined the party. everyone is raving about the show. jamie lee curtis tweeting out i woke up to kate mckinnon delivering the emotions and hope so many are feeling. and king james saying dave #simplyamazing. one for the record books. what a show. what did you guys think? >> funny stuff. but also very poignant. >> tamron, thank you so much. well, we're also not seeing the season that we should be in -- fall. where is fall? we've got all these temperatures that are way above normal from coast to coast with the xpgs of the exception of the northwest.
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oklahoma city, 70. it is going to be 60 degrees in chicago. new york and boston also about 14 degrees above average as well. unseasonably warm weather today with a lot of wet weather in the pacific northwest. that's what's going on around the >> and keep track of your weather 24/7 with our friends at the weather channel. >> all right, al, thank you very
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bedtime routine you may want to consider. >> this is going to start a conversation. and what you need to know before getting rid of old electronics. hi, good morning, i'm jeff rossen. coming up, you are selling your old cell phone or laptop. think you've wiped it clean? just wait until you see what we've found on used electronics, we've found on used electronics, private information that c (chuckle) ( ?? ) come on, dad. ( ?? ) ? they tell me i'm wrong ? ? to want to stand alongside my, my love ? ? whoa, talkin' 'bout my love ? ? talkin' 'bout my, my love ? you ready, dad? ? whoa-ooh ?
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turns out these deleted files that you think are deleted are likely still there. you're actually handing over ultra personal information to a stranger. in just a moment we're actually going to show you how to really delete these files for good. but first we are going on a shopping spree. just wait until you see what we found. >> reporter: we text, e-mail, shop, even do our banking. all on our cell phones and laptops. endless personal data all stored right there. >> when thing, i assume it is gone. >> yeah. a lot of people think that. but it is not. all of that information is still there, easily accessible by anyone, even thieves. >> reporter: richard hickman is a computer expert. how hard would it be for a thief to get my city of out of that phone? >> anybody with a means and motivation can do this and wreak havoc in somebody's life. >> reporter: we want to see for ourself so we're going shopping. my producer poring through
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dozens of phones and setting up meetings to pick them up. >> got another phone. >> laptops, too. >> just got a laptop. let's see what's on it. >> reporter: we bring them to be analyzed and right away we get hits. >> this would be an identity thief's gold mine. >> reporter: this laptop we bought for $75 giving us full access to the family we bought it from. >> home address, phone numbers, personal family pictures. >> that's scary. >> we social security numbers of the kids and the parents. >> reporter: right down to their bank routing numbers. even account numbers. who does it belong to? this suburban a mom named traci. no, no, jeff rossen from the "today" show. i'm sorry. we're doing a story. how you doing? nice to meet you. how are you? you sold a used laptop to attica. my producer who works with us.
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people who sell used computers and actually think they've wiped everything off of it but haven't. i want to show you all the personal things you pulled off your computer. >> my taxes. all of my financial information. social security numbers of everyone. >> people could do some damage with that information. >> yeah. >> but you don't want a stranger having that. >> no, i don't. absolutely not. >> reporter: think that's bad? wait until you see what we find on this next de. a college freshman. >> we could steal every dime this girl has. >> reporter: 3,000 private text messages, her phone call log, secret passwords to her student scholarship, social media accounts, and shopping apps. even when and where she goes to class. we set up a meeting to tell her what we found. jeff rossen with the "today" show. how are you? >> i'm good, how are you? >> you're probably wondering what we're doing here.
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your bank information, your college information. the code to the lockbox with the key to your house, plus your home address. now if i'm a bad guy -- luckily i'm one of the good guys -- could break into your house. >> that's just scary. >> look at all those passwords to amazon, pinterest. your student scholarship. >> crazy. >> that's her cousin. >> never thought you could get all of that just off a phone. >> you can lose everything just from a phone because i have all my information on there. >> every single thin >> reporter: as for all of that sensitive data, don't worry, we took care of that, too. we've wiped this phone completely clean from a professional service so you can have it back and resell it now safely. please take all your personal information because i don't want it anymore. >> thank you. >> reporter: and of course, we also do it for traci. >> well, thank you. >> you're welcome. >> i appreciate that. i hope others learn from that. >> reporter: we all learn something today?
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how do you really wipe your phone clean? we'll show you right now. start with iphones. the first thing you want to do is go to settings. then scroll down to general. hit general. then you go all the way down here on the bottom down here to reset. you hit reset. then this is what you want to look for right here. erase all content and settings. you hit that. it says erase iphone? you say yes. it is going to ask you again. you say yes. boom. it is going to reset. all your data is gone. lot of you have android devices. first of all you want to encrypt all your information on an android device. once you do that, come to settings, do a factory reset so come to settings. oh, my lord. it went better in rehearsal, guys. >> just go to our website. >> pack up and reset.
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factory, data reset, reset your device. deet all, and it is done. one other thing about laptops, laptops, these are dangerous because you really -- there is no factory reset on a laptop. take your hard drive out of it or experts say don't sell it at all. >> you get your money back that you paid those people? >> no, we let them keep the money and we gave the devices back. we're not people like that. >> you're one of the good guys.
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it's 8:00 on "today." coming up, donald trump speaks out. >> i will say this -- i'll say it right to the cameras -- stop it. >> addressing supporters accused of racism and hate crimes. as he tries to heal a divided nation in his first president-elect. is he now walking back some of his more controversial campaign promises? the wall, abortion, even indicting hillary clinton. >> i don't want to hurt them. they're good people. then, stepping in to the royal spotlight. >> for want of a better phrase -- perfect princess material. >> how life has changed for actress meghan markle has her relationship with prince harry
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and superstars in studio 1a. anna kendrick, bill by bob thornton and andy cohen all joining us live "today," monday, november 14th, 2016. ?? >> all the way from indiana. >> from ok honolulu -- >> and san francisco. woo! >> all the way from anchorage alaska. >> to celebrate my 60th birthday. >> from the ohio state university. we're back now, 8:00 on this monday morning. it is the 14th day of november,
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we're happy to see all of you. >> before we get to the tree, we have thanksgiving. al is going to be hitting the road for the turkey trot. >> "today's turkey trot." >> but meanwhile, we're going to have two master chefs here to put a >> we're going to be taking that bus all across the country. >> are you driving? >> i'm not driving. it is a really cool bus. >> awesome! first, let's get a check of the headlines. time for your "news at 8." good monday morning, i'm peter alexander here at the white house. president-elect trump's making his first presidential picks beginning with his inner circle. including two top aides meant to appeal to different factions v the republican party.
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establishment. other who represents it. the trump administration quickly taking shape. rnc chair reince priebus tapped as president-elect trump's chief of staff and steve bannon on leave from the ultra conservative breitbart news, the chief strategist. breitbart is known for white nationalists and anti-semitic views. one campaign source the reince priebus pick as an olive branch to the establishment. another underscoring concerns about trump's base telling nbc news, instead of draining the swamp, we just put in the head alligator. he spoke with matt and savannah earlier today. >> the reason we had an electoral landslide in this country is donald trump was able to bring different pieces of our party together. >> the message of your campaign -- >> reporter: in a new interview with "60 minutes," trump dismissed fears of how he might
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president he'll be. >> you know, i'll conduct myself in a very good manner but depends on what the situation is. sometimes you have to be rougher. >> reporter: refusing to say he'll stray from the fiery language he often used on the trail. >> sometimes you need a certain rhetoric to get people motivated. i don't want to be just a little nice monotone character. >> can you be >> reporter: as for his signature campaign promises, trump's pledging to deport millions of undocumented immigrants beginning with criminals. >> what we are going to do is get the people that are criminal and have criminal records, gang members, drug dealers, we have a lot of these people. probably 2 million, could even be 3 million. we're getting them out of our country or we're going to incarcerate. but we're getting them out of our country. they are here illegally. >> reporter: the president-elect also talked about what would
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states. >> but then some women won't be able to get an abortion. >> it will go back to the states. >> well -- >> perhaps they'll have to go to another state. >> and that's okay. >> well? we'll see what happens. it's got a long way to zbo. >> reporter: as for appointing a special prosecutor to investigate hillary clinton -- >> i'll have to think about it. i don't want to hurt them. they're good people. i don'tan >> reporter: for his part, president obama is set to hold a news conference this afternoon where he is going to address donald trump's election. both the president and hillary clinton will speak to top democrats today as they plot the party's path forward, even as clinton blames the head of the fbi, james comey, for stopping her momentum by reviving her e-mail issue in the waning days of the race. >> peter alexander, thank you. there are still protests, anti-trump protests, almost a week after the election.
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gabe, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. for the fifth straight night protests erupted across the country. the one that started here drew several hundred demonstrators and we spoke with many of them who accepted donald trump's victory but they were outraged over his policies and wanted to make sure that he paid attention. >> not my president! not my president! >> reporter: overnight more protests against donald trump. this one in ft. lauderdale. peaceful but passionate. >> this is not about this is about a bigot winning. that's the point. >> reporter: since the election there have been anti-trump demonstrations in at least 82 cities. >> we are the popular vote! >> reporter: the heightened tension comes as the southern poverty law center is tracking an unusual spike. more than 300 reports of hateful intimidation or harassment since the election. for his part, the president-elect told "60 minutes" he had not heard about any racial harassment in his name. >> do you want to say anything to those people?
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that's terrible. because i'm going to bring this country together. >> reporter: during a tweet last week, trump had at first said that these demonstrators were professional protesters. then hours later said that he was glad that they had passion for our great country. more protests are expected throughout this week. matt and savannah? >> gabe gutierrez, thank you so much. coming up next -- meghan markle, prince harry's girlfriend,
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it's 8:12. we're back now with how life is changing in a very big way for meghan markle. >> she's very well known in her own right but now her fame is skyrocketing because she is officially the girlfriend of prince harry. nbc's keir simmons is outside the buckingham palace.
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meghan markle. the daily mail met up with her. the question, was that prince harry texting with her? meghan markle, the stunning star of the hit show "suits" left prince harry alone this weeken propertiedly flying home. couple apparently wearing identical bracelets when they are not together. piers morgan met megan in june. >> very intelligent. great sense of humor. very down to earth. for want of a better phrase, perfect princess material. >> reporter: the american actress facing perhaps the toughest role of her life -- suffering abuse and harassment at the hands of an insatiable media according to a rare royal
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in a car crash pursued by paparazzi, slamming the outright sexism and racism of social media trolls. >> i think there is a massive difference between being famous on a tv show in america and suddenly being propelled into the massively bigger limelight of being a royal girlfriend. >> reporter: but she is her own woman blogging about fashion and food, appearing twice on "today" this year with style advice and ideas for the kitchen. >> you can end up holdi i >> reporter: and sharing with harry a passion for charity work visiting rwanda in her role as ambassador for her charity world vision. >> i can't do this much longer. >> reporter: while prince harry has been looking for a long-time partner, telling britain's sky news last year he wants children. >> it would be great to have someone else next to me to share the pressure but, you know, the time will come. whatever happens happens, i
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a long distance relationship and both have busy schedules. but some folks in just the whiter are wondering about the possibility of another royal wedding. some people are pointing out that she is older than harry and she is divorced. but guys, this is 2016. not the 16th century. surely she would bring a breath of fresh air to the royal family. you know meghan, she is a really good girl. >> she's darling and i see you are just marrying them off already, let them date and enjoy one another. >> thank you. let's get to some other stories that are actually "trending" today. >> this is a doozy. do you get a good night's sleep? and if the answer is no, it turns out it could be because of your partner. snoring, kicking, tossing and turning. >> she can't help it. >> i know, right?
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offering a simple solution but it is controversial. don't sleep with your partner. in a new study, 29% of people blame their significant other for keeping them awake. experts say a lack of sleep increases risk of depression, heart attack, stroke. they're also suggesting sleeping apart as a way to get some sleep and boost your health. >> i have a friend who does that. they sleep in separate beds and they come back together in the morning and they have a great relationship. >> they don't feel like roommates? >> no. they just sleep separately. >> okay. now i understand. >> you telling me they spoon? >> i mean it is a big deal to share your space with somebody who snores. can we talk about lindsey vonn for a second? whatever you say about her, she is one tough cookie. training last week, she crashed very hard.
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online. that is a break. if you can't take that, you might want to turn away from this. she also shared a photo. it is a little graphic. those are the stitches after the surgery she. to repair that broken arm. she said she was in incredible pain but she joke. she's going to need a lot of cocoa butter to get rid of that scar. she says she doesn't understand why this keeps happening to her. well, maybe because you ski 80 that might be the reason. she is a fighter though. she will never give up. she says she'll be back at it soon. >> i believe her. never bet against lindsey vonn. >> amazing. >> our best to her. all right, tamron. "popstart!"? >> the cast reunion 16 years in the making. the stars of kw 90210" getting together again. jason priestly, jennie garth, tori spelling, luke perry all
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the rewind in illinois. but not present, shannen doherty who played brenda, of course, she's been so brave in battling breast cancer. her former co-stars paid tribute to her, jenny sharing an inspiring message on instagram, "fight like a brenda." the event brings together stars of the '80s from tv and music. brad play playing two assassins. >> my wife is not a spy. >> if she is, we need to keep her in place for 72 hours so that we can identify her handler and clean out the rest of her things. >> no. >> you can see more at
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23rd. finally, sometimes the boss needs a little help, too. bruce stringstein had a little bike trouble on friday, stranded on a jersey road. a group of fellow bikers came to his aid. but the guy didn't know it was bruce when they stopped. they just saw a guy stopped. afterwards bruce bought the guys a round of drinks before his ride arrived. and that is your moment. >> the universe rewards you. you do a nice thing, and now it is going to be bruce springsteen. mr. roker? >> all right, let's get you started for your monday. we've got some wet weather both coasts. we've got a little low pressure area making its way up the coast for today. bringing showers to the outer banks. then into the delmarva peninsula late this evening. and by tomorrow we're going to be looking at more wet weather moving into the northeast. not going to be too terrible, though there could be some
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as we move out west, lot of wet weather making its way into the pacific northwest today. we are going to be watching more wet weather, showers and thunderstorms pushing in as another round of showers come in. two to four inches of rain >> and that's your latest weather. >> all right, al, thank you very much. i'm here with host,
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taking us inside his diary filled with encounters with celebrities. of course, his beloved dog. it is called "superficial." andy, good morning. so this book picks up where the last one left off. >> the week after. >> 2014 to 2016. give me two words to describe those two years of your life? >> funny and very dramatic. >> yeah? >> yeah. >> let's start with some of the things you write. when you write these in your diary >> -- do you realize that people are going to eventually read these things? >> you know what? i had a little bit of a sleepless night last night i was like, oh, man, did i go too far? i was in such a groove from writing the first book that i said i'm going to write this, put everything in it. then when i edit it, i'm going to take stuff out. did you think i didn't take enough out? >> let's just be honest. there are some things you write in your diary that will get you off some credit card lists. >> that's probably true. >> and you go ahead and put them
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you know what? i feel like i want to be transparent and people are expecting this to be real. and it is. >> let me talk about real. it is real but it is also personal. at one point in the book you talk about feeling lonely and about wanting more out of life. you write this, "i know there's something deeper for me in my future. i need there to be." can you remind me of the period of your life you were going through that created that thought? >> well, i think it was a moment in my life -- we all have loneliness and a lot. that was a moment that i was having. i am the least introspective person typically. >> are you really? >> but the course of writing this diary actually for three years has made me think about things in a totally different way. >> you don't just say there has to be something deeper in me for my life without a hint as to what it might be. >> i think it is opening myself up to love and a relationship and maybe a kid. i think i'm closer to that spot than i ever was.
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feelings about wanting to be a parent. >> yes. >> do you feel you need to be in a relationship, a lasting relationship, to take that leap? >> i don't. yeah. i don't. i feel like i can just do it. >> when the book ends -- >> yes. >> -- at the point the book ended, you were from a relationship. >> that's true. >> but i believe that ended -- no, i mean the diary entry ended six months ago. >> yes. >> i'm not breaking news here. i'm not breaking news here. so the relationship is still ongoing? >> yeah. ever this year because i'm sitting there writing it memorial day. i was looking at this guy and i started to get emotionally exhausted reporting on my life kind of. i said i have to go live it. i got to go do this. there is this great guy here around i'm going to -- yeah. >> you write about your mom and dad a lot and something your mom said in this book caught my attention. she comments on people on tv and she said this to you -- i don't care for matt's facial hair.
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saw you today because i'm going to have it hear it yet again on thanksgiving morning. you are doing the macy's parade. >> i thought you meant matt damon? >> what is on his face. every november. i have to explain the no shaving thing. >> i love your mom. no third installment? you're not going to do another diary book? >> you know what? right now, i don't think so. this is funny. i reall names and i want people to love it as much as i do. but i don't know if i'll do another. >> but just because you aren't doing another book or may not do another book you are still writing in your diary. >> i'm not. i'm not. >> you're not. >> i'm tired, dude. >> i was going to ask you what would you write in your diary about your experience today? >> i would say i tried to cross my legs like matt because you are the best at crossing your legs on tv. >> well if there's something to be known for, that's it.
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a little more than i expected with the bracelets. i don't know what's happening there. i would say it was pretty good. good moment with hode. i would say i didn't tell tamron about the inappropriate dream i had about her. >> you told me. >> i did and it's in the book. >> okay, great. well, congratulations. again, the book is -- but you aren't -- "superficial." more adventures from the andy cohen diary. you can catch "watch what happens live" on sunday ts 11:00, 10:00 central on our sister network, bravo.
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with all the things we could worry about over the holidays, turkey shouldn't be one of them. (laughter) i'm very proud to be a turkey farmer. i'm proud to raise turkeys with no growth promoting antibiotics, hormones or steroids. my name is tammy plumley,
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all right, we're back. it is 8:30, it is monday, november 14th, great crowd on our plaza. it is nice and warm. we are getting ready for more stars in our studio. anna is there anything she cannot do? we'll catch up with her on her new book called "scrappy little nobody." >> look at her. i will tell you, one of my favorite actors, billy bob thornton is here, he'll tell us about a new amazon prime series and about bringing bad santa back to the big screen. and check it out. we've got a big bus on the plaza ready to whisk al away on "today's turkey trot adventure."
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holiday cooking. and friday we gave you a peek at alicia keys' brand-new music video. here is a little bit more for you. take a look. ?? ?? deeply personal song about blended families, what you do for love. over weekend, a chorus of celebrities added their voices to alicia's call to bring people together. you can see the full video at today.com. don't miss alicia keys on "the voice" tonight at 8:00, 7:00 central. it is just a beautiful song. >> perfect message. now let's send it over to al
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>> announcer: "today's" weather is brought to you by novo. millions are at risk of diabetes. are you? visit askscreenno.com. and we are so excited. we've got two of today's chefs. >> yeah. >> you are in luck because these guys are going to prepare chestnuts two ways. we're going to take this bus and surprise people with famous celebrity chefs. >> this is a nice bus. >> chef danielle said, hey, did you check out the mirrored ceilings? it really is amazing.
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of the best food and it brings families together and with our restaurant, too, we do a lot of charities. we give out on thanksgiving turkeys for the whole community. >> that is great. chef, i first met you -- gosh, my golly now -- it's got to be 26 years ago. >> 27. >> 27 years ago on thanksgiving. we were working -- >> in my home. >> in new york. thanksgiving is very special to you. >> very much. every thanksgiving it is about of course friends and now with the restaurant being all open, we are also enjoying cooking for everyone who wants to gather together. >> you ladies are gathered together here to help us do all this. >> yes. >> again, thank you very much. again, "today's turkey trot"
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>> sammy g., this bus is just like my mother's home. we've got plastic we just have to put some on the couch and it would be just like home. >> al, thank you so much. anna kendrick is a woman of so many talents. she was nominated for an oscar for her role in "up in the air" but probably most recognized as becca from the "pitch perfect" franchise. now she adds a new title to her resume. author. in her first look called "scrappy little nobody," anna
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have you laughing outloud. i can vouch for that. >> thank you for having me. y'all can't get rid of me. >> we love you. and now you are an author but as i understand it, not a memoirist. >> i don't know. that word sounds so pretentious, doesn't it? like if you like live the storied life. but i do feel a little silly calling it a memoir as though i've experienced so much and can possibly impact wisdom. i don't know what you call book of embarrassing and slightly incriminating stories. >> you call it "scrappy little nobody." i actually love that title. let's discuss it. >> it is one of those titles that i knew that some people might take it as me trying to be like, little old me? that's disingenuous. it was about this conversation i had with my brother. do you ever just have that feeling am i getting lazy? did i used to be a better
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brother. i was like i think i was more capable when i was this scrappy little nobody. he's like you're still scrappy, you just get more e-mails now. then i found this photo of me when i was like 3 years old looking really feisty and really angry. i cannot imagine about what. it just kind of made me feel happy to know that like that drive that you have at any point in your life you can access that no matter -- oh, yeah. there she is. >> i jusve she's adorable. we'll get back to that picture in a moment. you started -- people might know you from "up in the air" or "pitch perfect." you started on broadway as a young girl. but i love what you write. you say i get embarrassed about being a child actor probably because i spent a lot of time around child actor when i was one and they're crazy. >> it's funny, like my knee-jerk reaction was to go, yeah, i'm one of those crazy childhood actors. proves my point exactly.
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"scrappy little nobody." you say even now i worry every job i get is going to be my last. >> me, too. >> just in an alley, chain smoking, talking about my glory days. i can't wait. >> you tell little tales about hollywood here and there. one of my favorites had to do with when you were just getting known for "up in the air." then are you at the red carpet and people think style. they just make you buy really expensive shoes. >> it is one of those funnily things it is the great irony once you can afford the shoes, somebody will lend them to you which is lovely. but at that point, the movie wasn't out yet and nobody really knew who i was. and my stylist was like, well, you still have to be wearing the expensive shoes. otherwise the world will end. i don't know. and kind of talked me into buying these shoes that were
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life has completely changed already? and it hasn't. i'm going to need to wait on that. but i got talked into it. >> are you still paying off the shoes? i bet you they weren't comfortable either. >> no, not at all. why would they be? >> back to your picture. i notice it is on the back of the book. we'll put up your picture first -- or not. i'm really building up to something here. the first thing i thought was, wow, that hair, i recognize next picture, please. i just want to show you, that's me. and now my little girl who looks just like you. look at that! >> oh, my god. may we all turn out as well as you, anna kendrick. >> thank you so much. that was so cute. >> "scrappy little nobody"
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tomorrow. next, billy bob thornton is bringing back one of his most popular roles. bad santa. that's next.
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we are back at 8:41. "bad santa" has been a holiday movie mainstay for more than a decade now. now willie and his badmouth are back for the sequel. billy bob tell us all about it. but first a little preview. >> that's great. that's great. i don't know. >> grand theft auto 5. >> i don't care. what can i get you? >> a stuffed animal. >> what? okay.
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morning. why did you make us wait so long for a sequel? it took 13 years. >> you know, in a lot of ways it helped waiting that long because you got to see the kid at 21 as opposed to the next year where it is the same people doing the same stuff. >> he has not changed very much. >> it is unbelievable, isn't it? >> he was adorable then and he looks exactly like what you would think. >> it is like they took the 8-year-old, put an air hose in him and just blew him up. you wait 13 years. your character willie, i think it is fair to say, has not had a season of personal growth. he has not evolved. he's as bad as ever. >> yeah. he hasn't changed a lot. i think the one thing though in this second movie is that you do see more of willie's heart. i mean it is a little more emotional than first one, has a little bit more of an actual
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because you get to see where he came from. >> we see his mom. kathy bates plays mom. >> it is not pretty. >> apple doesn't fall far. >> i'm telling you. >> when you think about this movie and why it resonated so much with people and why they loved it, it's kind of a raunchy movie. it is a little bit wrong. but in the right way. is that what you think? this sort of being kind of irreverent was the thing? >> i think people wan a alternative to the more sentimental movies. a lot of people get really grumppy at christmas. some people don't have fun with their family. over at our house we have a traditional christmas and we love the whole season. but some people really wanted to not just have to watch "miracle on 34th street" or whatever. and also i think people live vicariously through people like willie. sometimes it is like all the things that they'd like to say in the grocery store line, willie just does it.
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the thing became iconic in its time. and so it was our duty to at least get close to as good as the first one. so hopefully we did. >> the profile you did for "gq." you did a very cute story about you and your little daughter and how you love my little pony. i love that. >> oh, yeah. i watch it every day with her. and this is the more grown-up version. it is not like the little kid one. she's 12 now. "equestria girls." they're girls, not horses. we watch that one quite a bait. some of the stories are kind of heavy. underlying theme. you know? it's heavy sometimes. so she actually learns a lot from it. >> you're giving me a whole new perspective on my little pony. >> absolutely. my little pony is the on the water front of children's shows.
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that. billy bob, so good to see you. thank you so much. "bad santa 2" is in theaters soon, november 23rd. coming up next, another holiday favorite. two unique ways to enjoy chestnuts. but first, this is "today"
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so excited. it is "turkey trot" time. all month long we are putting expert chefs togethe your holiday meals. thanks to our friends at feather light, we're going to be rolling around in this big bus all across the country, surprising foodie fans. best part, we are bringing celebrity chefs like bobby flay, katie lee and sunny anderson along for the ride. we have two more faous chefs today putting chestnuts to good
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guys, good to see you. >> thanks for having us. >> what is it about chestnuts that say the holidays? >> the smell. you go christmas shopping, holiday shopping, you want the smell of roasted chestnuts. >> right after the harvest, thanksgiving comes. >> we've got it two different ways. marcus, you are making kind of a cool soup. >> we have the ingredients. onions, leek, apples, celery root. i also celery root because it is also very fall and wintry. >> how do you prep them? >> i have pre-cooked chestnuts. fantastic. add some fried chestnuts. to fry a chestnut, you score a little bit on each side.
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or you roast them. you just roast them also in a wood fire that is even better. here i'm sweating all the vegetables and putting the chicken stock so everything sweats together. chicken stock, very simple. then i put some heavy cream in it, seasoning. salt and pepper. here i have the soup. once the soup has cooked -- >> how long would you cook that? >> i would say the soup about -- i mean you sweat it for about 20 minutes and you cook it for 20 minutes. you blend as well. >> we've got our tasters. >> the soup is unreal. just delicious. >> i possibly might lick the bowl. >> then once the soup is blend well, roast celery root like this. i grate a little bit of fresh apple like that. and some chestnuts. >> guys, terrific.
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what are you making? >> i'm making biscuits. apple jam and caramelized chestnuts. little bit brown butter. i'm going to pour in the buttermilk. then a little bit of butter. a little bit of butter. right? just a little bit of butter. >> does the butter have to be chilled? >> yes. then we make the dough like this. trt brown butter. right? that's going to help make -- it is going to make it taste just a little bit different. more nutty. with this i'm going to add in pomegranate. and a little bit of maple syrup. some bourbon. >> i can smell the bourbon. >> that's good! >> whoa! whoa!
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now i'm going to give you the first biscuit here. otherwise, matt is taking all the biscuits. >> so good! >> right? >> and nice together actually. >> there is a little bit of a chutney. >> absolutely. you have your chestnut chutney. you have a little bit pomegranate. voila. look at that. >> just a little soup and the biscuit. >> delicious, right? >> oh, my gosh -- fantastic. >> you need to send over little jars of that apple butter. >> soup, biscuit and butter. this is fantastic. >> thank you so much. >> thanks for helping us kick off "the turkey trot." all thanksgiving recipes are on today.com/food. tune in this week to see where the "turkey trot" bus ends up.
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macgyver of elizabethtown, north carolina. participated in water and chair aerobics until she was 95. we've got a happy 105th when she was 100, she went on a cruise. call all november babies. if you've got someone special in your family celebrating a birthday this month, want to hear about it. just head to today.com/celebrate. >> any birthday or 100th birthday? >> i guess any birthday. >> november babies. wow. >> any. i'm told any. okay, cool. >> i know you're having a boy by
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harriet? >> love it. what do you have coming up? >> donald sutherland. we're cooking. we've got the cast of "hidden
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golden globe winner donald sutherland on his new role. and two scrumptious sides for your all-star >> announcer:rom nbc news, this is "today's take," live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. welcome to "today," monday morning, november 14th, 2016. i'm al, along with tamron and dylan. and everybody is about the supermoon. >> is it tonight? >> it is tonight. it is at its full moon peak tonight. though last night was really spectacular.
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>> this is the supermoon. it is the closest it's been since 1948. the earth's -- the moon's orbit is like an elliptical. it is like it is balancing right there on the arch. >> look at these photographs! >> brian and i went out about 6:30 last night with a camera to take an awesome picture. took us forever to find the in the sky so it didn't have that wow factor. what is the best time to see it. >> >> depends where you are and your sky conditions. >> we're in the city. >> clearly. >> buildings shine brighter. is that times square or the supermoon? >> it is going to appear 14% bigger. 30% brighter. the average distance to the moon
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miles. >> if i'm ever on a game show and i get a lifeline, one call. listen. you can say to me, any name in the book -- al roker. his line's busy? call him again. >> that show's from the '90s. >> i don't care. it is incredible. your ability to retain things. >> it is an event, you're going to look stuff up. >> >> the next time this isn't going to be will be 2034. >> that's only 15 years away. so i'm 46. how old -- >> 15 years away, you'll be 61. >> it is not that far away. which is crazy. but december has one. that's not as super. >> it is the okay moon. >> while you were not looking at
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>> i was doing absolutely nothing. >> i thought you were bringing the tree in. >> i did bring the tree in. but before that i was doing nothing. >> what was brian doing? >> brian told me to put my feet up and just sit and let him take care of the chores. brian's vacuuming. he likes to make up songs when he does it. >> doing a little "risky business" there. >> he vacuumed the same spot about 16 times. but still it was great entertainm on. >> forget the juju on the beat. we, ladies and gentlemen, have the brian challenge. >> the weird thing was i posted that on instagram. so many people were commenting on his footwear. they were like, is he wearing your slippers? what's on his feet? they're just socks. yeah. so i was -- those are my feet on the table. so i was doing absolutely nothing as he was entertaining me while he was vacuuming. >> that's pretty cool. >> that's basically what happens
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we did bring the tree in. saturday morning which is unusual for it to be on a saturday. veterans day was friday. we brought in the tree. they wouldn't let me actually ride the tree. the tree is 16 feet taller than last year. it is 94 feet tall. >> when we saw it at the home, that treesks >> it powered over the family's home. >> what floor is that in this building? i think that's near my office. i can jump out. >> i'm going to dress like buddy the elf. >> it is about nearly as perfect as you can get.
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84th rockefeller center christmas tree lighting ceremony takes place on wednesday, november 30th. it is a little earlier. why? >> because thanksgiving is a little earlier. i think it is because of leap year. matt, savannah, myself and hoda kotb lighting it up. and then at 9:00, we get lit. >> he loves saying >> tree gets lit at 8:55, 9:00 p.m. we all get lit. join us, we'll have a drinking game. >> i want to play. what did i do this weekend? >> i went out -- i said, al, i wanted to go somewhere, i wanted to drive two hours away from the city, just kind of get out of the city and hang out.
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it is in lenox, massachusetts. we drove up there. i've been taking photography classes online. then i get advice. >> this is the class. have somebody take a picture of you. >> you're holding a camera. >> that's my picture. i went through and looked at all the pictures. they are of someone taking pictures of me and take very many pictures. so i -- my name is tamron, as you know. >> yes. got that. >> a popular lens is the tamron. spelled exactly like my name. it is a japanese camera company. i was born in texas. and it was around the same time that someone at this camera lens company and my mama and daddy --
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>> saw my name. >> let's name a lens after her. >> i felt like it was only right for tamron to own a tamron lens. >> but tamron should take pictures with the tamron lens. >> the problem is it is a very complex lens. i'm still learning. i'm working on it but i am going to do i am going to take the "today's take" holiday pictures. >> donald trump made his first picks for chief of staff. rnc chair reince priebus and chief strategist is steve bannon, former head of the conservative news site, breitbart. >> which is highly controversial. highly controversial decision made there. people wondering what his role will be. think of valley jarrett, she was
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that's what his role essentially at this point is described as. last night on "60 minutes," donald trump in his first tv interview since becoming president-elect, with leslie stahl, one of the best in the business. talking about the racial slurs that continue to divide this country. here's what he had to say about those allegations. >> i am very surprised to hear that. i hate to hear that. i hate -- >> but you do hear it. >> i don't hear it. >> on social media? >> it is a very small amount. again, i think -- >> do you want to say anything to those people? >> i would say don't do it. that's terrible. because i'm going to bring this country together. >> they're harassing latinos, muslims. >> i am so saddened to hear that. and i say stop it. if it -- if it helps, i will say this -- i'll say it right to the camera. stop it. >> leslie touched on other
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greatest country. here's what he said. >> i think so. it is enormous. i've done a lot of big things. i've never done anything like this. it is so big. it is so enormous. >> kind of just took your breath away. couldn't talk. >> a little bit. a little bit. and i think i realize that this is a whole different life for me now. >> but are you going to be >> so -- >> when you're president? >> it is a modern form of communication between facebook and twitter, and i guess instagram. i have 28 million people. >> so you are going to keep it up. >> i'm going to do very restrained, if i use it at all. i'm going to do very restrained. i find it tremendous -- it is a modern form of communication. there should be nothing you should be ashamed of. >> speaking of the enormity of
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number one plea. there is is a report now because donald trump is such an outsider, he did not know you have to staff the west wing. like he does not know the mechanics of it. because he never ran for office and is the ultimate outsider. >> i think one interesting thing this be he is not going to take the $400,000 annual salary. he's going to take $1 a year. but i think the enormity of it was kind of obvious. when he came after that out of the meeting with president obama. i think he by what he is about to step into. >> if he did not have that feeling, i know people have said is he a narcissist and all these things about him. but whatever extreme ego you may have, walking into capitol hill, looking out and knowing that now you are making decisions that will impact not just the 330 million people in this country, you impact the world. he's already been on phone with china's leaders.
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there's more to know. xarelto. we're back now with more of "today's take." >> we only have two minutes. >> let's just hit it. here's what happened. jo and lela planned to find out whether they were having a baby boy or baby girl. they had one of those popular gender this is what happened. >> went to the local party store. look what happened. >> you're having a puppy! >> the store apparently got it wrong. >> they searched the box. they find a sealed card. they used balloons the couple bought to decorate for the occasion and staged their own
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their expresses when they opened the box, they're like that's not what we ordered. >> so they are having a boy. not a puppy. next up -- i love this one. according to a story on aol, they cite numerous sources. depend on what you eat and how you eat it on thanksgiving tells a lot about your personality. >> i judge people based on what they have on thanksgiving. >> really? >> well, i >> if you see people trying a lot of stuff on their plate, what do you think of them? >> i like them because that's what i'm doing. >> it says you are an adventurer. >> but, see, i don't like my food to touch. >> i like it all just -- >> that says you like could keep things clean. >> i want my squash to taste like squash. i just don't want it to touch things. >> carbs. you like the sides, the
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person who likes to hang with friends. >> just because you like the sides? >> carbs. the carbie sides. >> the carbs are comforting. >> yes. do you like cranberries? >> love cranberries. >> as a child the one my mom made. >> i like the can. >> that says you are reserved, but can cut loose. finally, do you like stuffing. >> my favorite t plate? >> i don't like stuffing. i like cornbread stuffing. >> if you like cornbread stuffing, it says you have an easy going nature. i love stuffing. it says you are a crowd pleaser if you like stuffing. >> what? that is not right. crowd pleaser. but guess what? we made it in two minutes! bam! >> we did it. >> woo! that gives me more time for weather.
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>> let's go. weather. put up the map. we were talking about the supermoon. first full moon, closest to the earth since 1948. where's the best place to see these bad boys? around the southwest, looking pretty good. not great in the pacific northwest, lot of rain there. . showers in the ner coast, into the southeast. not so great in the mid-atlantic and northeast. that's what's going on around the country. >> you can take a road trip.
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>> and that is your latest weather. coming up next, a rare look at the world's largest marilyn monroe collection, including three of her iconic dresses, and herha >> i'll take that in the middle, sir. >> i thought you already had that. >> i have it in purple. go, go! [ rock music playing ] have fun with your replaced windows. run away! [ grunts ] leave him! leave him! [ music continues ] brick and mortar, what?! [ music continues ] [ tires screech ] [ laughs ] [ doorbell rings ]
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personal items and movie memorabilia. executive director of julian's auction. you've got your white gloves. that means this is special. >> absolutely. this is from "some like it hot." amazing. she won a golden globe for her role in this movie in 1960. >> where has this dress been kept? >> this dress was bought at an auction in 1992 protect marilyn and preserve her. all of these amazing items come from him. these gowns. >> do we know what size? >> she was 5 '5 1/2."
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blondes." she wore this in promotions in the trailer. >> it's kept in wonderful condition. >> that is the amazing thing about these. this was designed by one of marilyn's favorite designers. >> any idea like the range of what these things will go for? >> absolutely. so this dress, "some like it hit," $400,000 to $600,000. this is estimated conservatively at $20,000 marilyn is so collectible. of course, the wiggle dress from "niagara" an important movie for marilyn. it was the first movie she did in '53 considered as a serious actress. >> this dress is so tiny! >> yes. again, so petite. linen dress. we estimate $30,000 to $50,000. but again, should sell for more than $100,000.
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>> this is a poem she wrote in the uk filming "prince and the show girls." she was just married to arthur miller in 1956. it is a poem about a man. we presume it was her husband. they were sort of on their honeymoon. could be somebody else. it is amazing, on both sides, in her own handwriting. it comes from the book "fragments" published by the estate of 2007. this is great. marilyn monroe gucci. her own address book written in her own hand. all of the greats are on here, including, of course, marlon brando. you know what? the reality of marilyn monroe is she loved to live a real life as well as being a beautiful actress. this is a stuffing recipe in her
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she wrote this. it is on both pages. >> is it a good recipe? >> it is fantastic. you have to use sourdough bread. it can be used for chicken. just an amazing piece. lots of butter in there. >> how much would this sell for? >> this we estimate $15,000 to $20,000. >> that's an expensive stuffing recipe. >> you have to buy your own ingredients. >> great to see these beautiful items. we are back after this. go to today.com and check out go to today.com and check out more of just press "clean" and let roomba help with your everyday messes. a full suite of sensors automatically guides roomba throughout your home. cleaning under furniture, along edges, and in corners. and roomba's patented 3-stage cleaning system agitates, brushes and suctions dirt from your floors for up to 2 hours,
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he, of course, is a movie legend with an astonishing number of films to his name. more than 150, in fact. >> we know donald opposite jennifer lawrence in "the hunger the ruthless leader of a diamond cartel. "ice." it is good to see you, sir. >> it sounds really good after the introduction. he was not evil, president snow. no, no, he wasn't. i mean he had a job to do. and he did it. >> if he's not evil -- is he efficient? >> very. very efficient. >> you try to find a likable side --
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side. i find a reasonable side. that's within reason. >> your character in "ice," would you consider him a bad guy or a reasonable guy? >> i don't think he's reasonable, no. >> there are some that are bad. >> he personally has a knife with which he dispatches. >> so is that -- >> tre they're real. >> they are real? >> they're for sale. >> are you head of a real diamond cartel? real life? >> no real life. no, no, no, i'm not. but this fellow deals in blood diamonds. so he's not a very nice fellow. >> what attracted you to that character? >> i wasn't supposed to play this character. >> really. >> no. no. i was going to play a nice guy.
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january. and then i was supposed to start and do it, and then i was going to make a film with helen mirren and i would do a couple of days in between, and then go off and finish it. but they changed the script, and then they changed everything. and then they changed my character. and my character went from being a nice guy to be an "ice" guy. >> which do you prefer? playing the nice guy? >> i good. i just play the fellow so i can find something in everybody to play. and he's enjoyable. you know? because -- but he's not fully fleshed yet. they were going to send you an example of him but it was not an accurate example. >> okay. speaking of the movie with helen mirren, "the leisure secret"? is that the one you were talking about? >> i could do a thousand movies with helen mirren but that's the only one i've done.
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as good as it was a joy to play, then it will be absolutely wonderful. helen mirren -- helen mirren came up to me on the set and stood in front of me and said, in the middle of a shooting. you know? and i love her. and she said, you are the most privileged person on earth. i said you're i mean i've been very fortunate and i've had a wonderful life but -- she said, no, you are the most privileged person on earth. i said how can you say that? she said you are a white male. >> and your reply to that was? >> there is no reply. i was ashamed. i was stunned. and i have gotten more ashamed. it's interesting to realize that
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misogynist, bigots, racists, and it's appalling. >> so what do you tell -- you have many, many grandchildren. what do you tell them? >> four. >> four grandchildren. what do you tell them to give them a hopeful view of life? >> how do i give them a hopeful view. now how can i give them a hopeful view? i have a wife. i have a daughter. i have a granddaughter. what do i say to them? what do i say to them? their women's rights are gone. the environment is gone. minimum pay has gone. what do i say to them? how do i -- i can only say one thing. i am a canadian. and that's what i am. >> all i could think about, donald sutherland, thank you so
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>> in fact we are going to do that right now. catch audience network's "ice" this wednesday night on both directv and at&t uverse. you can also get donald's -- >> i'm not in it. i don't appear until episode five. >> but you can start watching. and it really gets good in episode five. >> there is a huge star in it! >> it's a big uptick then. >> and he's got blinged-out s. at the new movie "hidden figures." i catch up with the all-star cast. they're all in it fro please bow your heads. and i'm just grateful that we can all be here in this moment. i'm thankful for my family and that they care about me. we're another year older, we've been through a lot of trauma
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but have you ever heard of a group of women an integral part of the space group in the '60s? a few months ago i got a chance to visit the set in atlanta and got blown away by an incredible cast. >> was just on my way to work. >> at nasa, sir. >> i had no idea they hired -- >> quite a few women working in the space program. >> reporter: "hidden documents the story of three vital women part of the space program in the 1960s. octavia spencer plays victoria vaughn. >> talk about a trail blazer. all of these women are mathematically inclined. she is mechanically inclined and can fix anything. >> she was the macgyver. >> she was the macgyver of her day. she went in and figured out how to program it. i am nothing like dorothy. i cannot fix anything.
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johnson. >> her calculations were spot-op. >> how are you at math? >> i suck. that's why i'm an actress. yeah. i failed pre-calc in college. and i was like, maybe this isn't the field for me. so here i am. portraying a mathematician, which is crazy. gh >> katherine! >> reporter: rounding out the trio, singer janelle monet as nasa engineer mary jackson. >> mary jackson was a part of a new revolutionary group of young african-american people who were not going to take any more discrimination and disrespect from white people. >> i plan on being an engineer at nasa. >> this has got to be a dream come true, in a sense. are you absorbing this as a learning experience? >> absolutely.
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i'm working with two of the best women in the business. >> are they giving you any advice? >> yes. technical. as a performer, i'm always in front of the camera. but it is the different things when you're blocking somebody's light or when your nose is like in their close-up and you can always see your nose. those are little things i did have to get adjusted to. >> every time we have a chance to get ahead, they finish it. >> janelle. >> she's very quiet. i'm sitting there scrolling through instagram and she'll post a part of her performance she had. i'll be like -- this is very different from the lady sitting next to me. >> you've got a terrific cast. you've got your pal, taraji. you came in and she said, here comes that pain in the "boop."
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>> from day one we just gelled. we laugh a lot. she's the lead in this movie so i refer to her as number one. >> when you walk in, oh, here's number three. >> i'm number three but i'm number one in the hearts of my crew. don't tell her that. don't tell her that because she will be heartbroken. >> kevin costner also joins the cast as the head of the space program putting his faith in these >> i'm a supporting character in this movie but it is really the woman's story. >> i was watching a couple of scenes you were doing. jim parsons is there. this is a completely different performance for him. >> he's very small with things. but still you see this genius come out in the small things. >> you are there with kevin costner. is that one of those pinch me kind of moments? >> yes. i work with someone like kevin and a couple of days into it i
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and you wikipedia and you go, god, he's done a lot! you know it but then to see it all listed again. and that part has a little creepy ring to it, you're googling somebody off to the side. i'm sorry. it's shameful. >> "hidden figures" will be in limited release on christmas day, in theaters nationwide january 6th. it is an amazing story. another story not quite so amazing but kind of interesting, your weather. let's look at the week ahead. we've got some showers the gi mid-atlantic coast, heavy rain in the pacific northwest. could be localized flooding. by midweek we could be looking a the a winter storm, first one forming in the rockies. sunshine in the center of the country. the snow comes across the plains by friday with rain along the south, showers along the eastern seaboard, we start the week very toasty throughout much of the country. that warms continues to spread really to the east and looks like we're going to stay above
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you stretching? they're telling me to stretch. what is it giving me direction here, the peanut gallery over here. >> stretch it, al. >> okay. that's what's going on aroun >> and that is your latest weather. these were the people heckling me before.
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"today food" is brought to you by campbell's. campbell's. made for real, real life. thanksgiving is just ten days away. to help you plan an all-star feast, our "today food" team is pairing amazing chefs recipes. >> here to show us the thanksgiving stap >> we're starting off with a squash salad. >> that's right. the ingredients -- we've got some baby zucchini, yellow squash, baby carrots, hearts of palm, walnut, shallots, apple cider, vinegar. very, very simple salad. this is something you might actually make because it is so easy. this is a raw salad. takes some raw zucchini, using a
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before in a mandolin. >> that's right. make sure you get it as thin as possible. >> how do you do it with these? >> same thing. just slower. or you can go real fast and buy a lot of band-aids. either way, fine with me. you get these beautiful vegetables like this. keep them raw. then the vinaigrette. shallots, like little baby onions. >> they're not as powerful. >> that's right. apples. get a little bit of olive oil, reduce it a little bit. add some like this. little bit of water. in the food processor. add some egg yolks. they are going to bind the dressing. add walnuts to it and olive oil. looks just like this. then we're going to add some dressing like that, mix it up
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this right here. >> there you go. if your equipment is not working, you can't tell. start off, butternut -- acorn squash. >> it is a lighter version. this is a tropical sweet potato. i grew up eating this in brazil. it's got a softer taste. it is more starchy than regular orange sweet potato that you have. you can find anywhere. you are going to roast this. we don't have time to show. recipes on. basically get your potatoes, you put your squash in there, cook with butter and garlic. you roast it together. you took all the time. i'm going to get you back. >> it's dylan's fault. >> pour the honey for me on corner. in the corner. you're going to caramelize that honey. until it bubbles up and the honey disappear. you mix it together, pour it out
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alternative. sage. >> jim, camilla, thank you so much. as you said, recipes are on today.com/food. we are back in a moment. but first, this is "today" on
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>> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. hey, welcome. ? a lot like christmas ? >> who is -- >> don't play my music when we have jim brolin on, hoop playing barbra streisand music. of all days. it's november 14th, everybody. it's beginning to look a lot like christmas. >> i like it. >> here in rockefeller plaza. look at the 94-foot norway spruce put in -- last i looked they were cutting it down. next thing i know, it's already scaffolding up.

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