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learn more about nbc 4 new york's recent job opportunities by logging on the or calling our toll-free number. have a tip for the i-team call 866-news-244 or e-mail tips@nbc new that's it for news 4 at 11:00. "the tonight show" is straight ahead. >> have a good night, everyone. >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring
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jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- donald trump, terrence howard, musical guest pharrell williams, and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 327, arkansas! >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey. how are you? hey. [ cheers and applause ] that's what i'm talking about! hot crowd, tonight! you're looking good. welcome. welcome, welcome, everyone. welcome to "the tonight show."
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thank you so much for being here. this is it. [ cheers and applause ] welcome -- [ cheers and applause ] -- to "the tonight show." "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon", or as one of my guests is calling it, "the tonight show starring donald trump, featuring a guest appearance by jimmy fallon." [ laughter and applause ] we should change the logo. of course, everyone is talking about trump these days. in fact, yesterday, republican candidate bobby jindal was asked about donald trump's controversial comments this week on carly fiorina's appearance. check out what he had to say. >> he said some things in "rolling stone" about carly fiorina that have attracted a great deal of attention. how do you respond to this? >> you know, i think it's pretty outrageous for him to be attacking anybody's appearance when it looks like he's got a a squirrel sitting on his head. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: then, trump said, "i'm surprised he can see me at all since he's so far behind me. [ laughter ]
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[ cheers ] i saw that yesterday, president obama awarded a national medal of arts to author stephen king. yeah. [ cheers and applause ] if there's anyone who can relate to a story of a guy trapped in a mansion that's driving him insane, it's obama. it's like, "here's barry!" [ cheers ] "all work and no play makes barry want a cigarette." [ laughter ] of course, the nfl season kicked off last night with the new england patriots defeating the pittsburgh steelers. [ cheers and applause ] good game. and for tom brady, it was a a chance to put the entire deflategate scandal behind him and just play. but i'm not sure he was able to do that. i noticed something last night. take a look at this. >> dion lewis, pitt. >> julian edelman, kent state. >> tom brady, mmm, michigan. mmm-hmm.
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>> jimmy: did you notice that? you guys, keurig announced that they are offering prepackaged cups that let you make instant campbell's soup in their coffee machines. it's great for the person who wants to enjoy a cup a soup, and then enjoy a cup of coffee that tastes a little bit like soup. [ laughter ] [ applause ] that's right, keurig is now offering cups that let you make campbell's soup in their coffee machines. you know, for the weirdo who's like, "don't even talk to me until i had my first bowl of soup in the morning." [ laughter ] now, where were we? and finally, as you guys may have heard, it is fashion week here in new york city, which -- [ cheers and applause ] yeah. always brings plenty of glamorous models and designers to town. we thought it'd be fun to send our writer arthur out in the streets to talk to a group of people who aren't always known for having great fashion, dads. and ask them about their outfits. it's a segment we call "fashion week: dad edition."
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fashion week dad edition >> so, it's fashion week here. i see you look great. did you prepare this outfit specifically for fashion week? >> no, i did not. >> who are you wearing? >> uh -- >> versace? is it versace? >> no. it's just clothes from the golf course. [ laughter ] >> what about the shorts? where did you get those? >> wherever my wife picked them out. i have no idea where i got those. they're just in my closet. >> okay. about this clutch right here. your handbag. is this louis vuitton? or is it just a plain black bag? >> this is an excellent, probably dell. it's dell. >> this is dell. okay. and what about the shoes? i see you got the black socks going. why black instead of white? >> because they were on sale at costco. [ laughter ] >> when you're walking down the street looking like this, how sexual do you feel? >> oh, i don't feel sexual at all. [ laughter ] i've been married for 30 years. so, it's -- the thrill is gone. >> can i get you to do a little turn around?
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yeah. you're looking good, my friend. dad ass, though. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: the thrill is gone. we have a great show. give it up for the roots, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i've been married for 35 years. >> steve: there's nothing left inside. >> jimmy: the thrill is gone is what he said. yeah. [ laughter ] guys, i want you to come back next week, because benicio del toro will be here on monday. [ applause ] we're gonna play a new game with him. then also on, we got robert de niro. hillary clinton will be here. [ cheers and applause ] kaley cuoco-sweeting and keith richards will be joining us. that's next week. then we've got musical performances from miguel, duran duran, fetty wap and chris cornell.
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that's all next week. but first, we have a fantastic show tonight. [ laughter ] republican presidential front-runner donald trump is here, ladies and gentlemen. [ cheers and applause ] this is his first late-night interview since announcing his candidacy. you do not want to miss it. it's going to be huge. [ laughter ] plus, he's the star of the number one show on tv, from dropping by. [ cheers and applause ] and we have a history-making performance from pharrell williams, ladies and gentlemen. [ cheers and applause ] he's performing his new single outside on "the tonight show" marquee on sixth avenue. it looks awesome. it's a great reminder that we live and work in the greatest city. [ cheers and applause ]
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you know what? today's friday. that's usually when i catch up with some personal stuff. you know, i check my inbox. i return some e-mails. and, of course, i send out "thank you notes." [ cheers and applause ] i was running a bit behind. i thought if you guys wouldn't mind, i'd just like to write out my weekly "thank you notes" right now. is that cool with you guys? [ cheers and applause ] you guys are the best. thank you so much. i appreciate that. hey, james, can i get some "thank you" note writing music, please? [ laughter ] [ cheers ] seems to be in a great mood tonight. >> steve: yeah. [ laughter ] mr. party. >> jimmy: yeah. mr. party, they call him. [ laughter ] mr. party. thank you, donald trump, for appearing on the show tonight. and in every monologue we've done the past few months. thank you very much, donald trump. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: the gift that keeps on giving.
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>> jimmy: it's a dream, it's a a dream. thank you, rosh hashanah, for sounding less like a jewish holiday and more like how tom brokaw says "russian sauna." [ laughter ] [ as brokaw ] "rosh hashanah. r --rosh hashanah. [ mumbling ] you've reached tom brokaw. leave your name and number after the beep." >> steve: beep, boop. >> jimmy: "hey, tom, it's me, just checking in. i check my own messages, i call myself." sorry. >> steve: beep beep, boop boop. >> jimmy: "i'm about to go to a a russian sauna." [ laughter ] thank you, dr. ben carson, for not only looking like a viable candidate for president, but also looking like the stock photo on every health insurance
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thank you, the new apple pencil, for looking like someone rolled my ipad up into a joint. [ laughter and applause ] yeah apple apple pencil on the roll >> steve: 420 gigs. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: 420 gigs? is that shaggy they had do the -- >> steve: they got shaggy to do the -- yeah. >> jimmy: the voiceover, shaggy. >> steve: god bless him. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: thank you, hillary clinton, for finally appearing on "the tonight show" next week. of course, i guess there was really no choice once we saw that you had gotten all my e-mails.
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no response. thank you, cell phone chargers, for basically being leashes for people at airports. there you guys have it, right there. those are my "thank you notes." we'll be right back with more of "the tonight show," everybody.
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[ cheers and applause ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you. i'm about -- i'm about to go out for my interview with jimmy fallon. [ laughter ] i'll call you back after i comb my hair. [ laughter ] talk to you in three hours. [ laughter ] wow.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> no. we look fantastic. and i mean, really fantastic. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: all right, me. we've got a big interview with jimmy fallon coming up. [ laughter ] let's be honest. fallon's a lightweight. no way he deserves to interview me. the only one qualified to interview me is me. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> me interviewing me -- that's what i call a great idea. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: of course, it's a a great idea, we thought of it. [ laughter ] okay. interview time. question one -- are you ready for the republican debate next week?
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>> you know, the truth is, i'm always ready. it's really going to be a big debate. but i'm always ready. >> jimmy: it's not just big. it's huge. [ cheers and applause ] [ laughter ] huge. huge. huge. huge. huge. [ laughter ] huge. next question -- [ laughter ] how are you going to create jobs in this country? >> i'm just going to do it. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: right. right. but how? [ laughter ] >> by doing it. it just happens. [ applause ] just by doing it. >> jimmy: genius. [ laughter ] you and therefore me are geniuses. next question, you said that you'd get mexico to build a
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a wall at the border. how do you plan to do that? >> well, since i'm you, why don't you tell me. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: how am i going to get mexico to build a wall? easy. i'll challenge them to the biggest game of jenga ever. [ laughter ] i'll make them set up the board. [ laughter ] and then, when they finish, i'll say, i don't want to play anymore. [ laughter and applause ] >> you want to know something? that's genius. >> jimmy: i knew it was. next question -- you recently said, and i quote, hedge fund people make a lot of money and they pay very little tax. i want a lower tax for the middle class. how else do you plan to help the economy? [ laughter ] >> look, i'm really rich.
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i know how to run a business. and i know this, our country is going to be well off with me. so, here's what i'll do. first, we have to cut government spending. it's out of control. totally out of control. we've got to lower corporate taxes. [ laughter ] it's become impossible to do business in this country. [ laughter ] we've got companies shipping thousands of jobs overseas. that's got to end. and it's going to end. remember that. it's going to end. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >>at jimmy: i'm sorry. i wasn't paying attention. i was too busy staring at my beautiful reflection. i'm like a greek god that just took a bath in a pumpkin spice latte. [ cheers and applause ] okay.
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and be honest. if you win, is your vice president going to be gary busey? [ laughter ] >> look, i love gary. he's fantastic. but more of a supreme court justice, in my opinion. [ laughter ] vice president is a very serious job. so i'm probably going to go with somebody else. i would say, maybe, kanye west. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: smart move. all right. guess it's time to go out and talk to that dopey goofball jimmy fallon. and give him the biggest ratings his pathetic show has ever seen. how do you think it's going to go? >> it's going to be really classy. >> jimmy: it's going to be really fantastic. it's going to be -- >> jimmy: huge. >> huge. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: start the music.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our first guest is a a real estate mogul, successful reality television producer, best-selling author, and the current republican presidential front-runner, ladies and gentlemen, please welcome to "the tonight show,"
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey. welcome, welcome, welcome. >> thank you. >> jimmy: thank you for being on "the tonight show." i appreciate this very much. >> by the way, you're doing a a great job. the ratings are through the roof. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you so much. i appreciate you bringing that up. i don't want to start off serious. but today is september 11th. i'm a new yorker. you're a new yorker. what does -- what does today mean to you? >> in a certain sense, it means strength. because the way the city came back, i've never seen anything like it. and the country came back and the city came back. there is a great strength and resilience that we have in this country. we have amazing people. and i think more than anything else, that's what it means to me. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that was almost 15 years ago. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and now, here we are. i'm the host of "the tonight show." and you're the front-runner -- [ light laughter ] by far, for the republican party to be president of the united states.
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>> what? >> jimmy: when did this -- >> something happened to both of us. what is going on? >> jimmy: for you, when did it become real? i mean, was it always real? >> well, you know, it's interesting. my wife actually said to me, if you run, you will win. she sees the reaction. and the reaction is people being tired in this country of being ripped off, of seeing poor things happen. whether it's trade with many different countries. we have the worst writing packs. whether it's the deal with iran, which could have been so much better. and it would have been much better. there were so many other things. so many things that we just aren't doing. we're not taking care of our vets. our vets are suffering. never like this. the other day, as of wednesday, two weeks ago, they had the longest wait, jimmy, in the history of the v.a., the veterans administration. and they'd wait four, five, six days in a room. can you imagine waiting for your doctor? i could not -- if i'm 20 minutes, i'm like -- i go
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>> they're waiting five days, six days. and it can't happen like that. so people are just tired of it. and i think that's probably what -- i'm an efficient guy. i built a great company. and not to be bragging about company, but this is the kind of a mindset we need now in this country. we have to become rich again and we're going to become great again. >> jimmy: yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. >> jimmy: do you remember feeling -- do you remember feeling the swapover? because as a comedian, i come out every night, i have to tell jokes -- sorry. but i have to tell jokes about everybody. [ light laughter ] you know i make fun of everybody. just to make people -- >> my hair. >> jimmy: no. [ light laughter ] i don't do that. that's bobby jindal. he does a great job of that. [ laughter ] i got to say, like, probably eight months ago, if i said your name running for president, it would get a a laugh. and then, all of a sudden, you started seeing a switch. and i said your name, and people go -- what? if there was a real switch. and the same thing about hillary clinton. eight months i'd say,
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hillary clinton is going in and she's already picked out her furniture -- and that would get, you know people, that's right, she's a shoo-in. now people are going -- >> well, she's had a very, very tough time. and i think it's going to be very tough for her. she's had a very, very bad time. i've never seen anything like it. but as far as -- [ laughter ] i feel terribly about it. [ laughter ] actually, honestly, honestly it's tough stuff. there's no question about it. but as far as, you know what i've been -- once i announced i was doing it, nobody believed i was doing it. >> jimmy: i didn't believe you were doing it. >> i know. >> jimmy: nobody did. >> you didn't. >> jimmy: i still don't. i don't know. [ laughter ] are you? no i mean, now, i believe it. i go, oh my gosh he's -- but you're doing something that someone -- i mean, you're in the lead right now, right? >> yeah. by a lot. [ cheers and applause ] i want -- you know in some countries, you can demand that the election be the following week. and i'm demanding right now, that the election be this weekend. [ laughter ] no, it's a long way -- >> jimmy: what are you doing? >> well it's such a long way to go. >> jimmy: what do you think you're doing that they're not
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>> i think they want our country to be respected again. i think they feel that if i'm president i will do some great things for our country and we're gonna be respected again. we're not going to be scoffed at. we're not going to be laughed at. we're not going to make bad deals. we're going to make great deals. and i think they feel that i'll be able to do that. and i know i'll be able to do that and that's why -- it's almost like a movement in dallas. mark cuban called. he said he has the arena. and i said, the arena? this was like three or four days ago. and in dallas, we have a a totally sold-out arena, 20,000 people. and it just started, it just went up like a few days ago. in alabama, we went to mobile, alabama, we had 31,000 people in the stadium. and we started looking for people a few days before, literally. in fact, we were going to a a hotel for 500 people, as a a favor to a friend of mine. and he said, this is crazy. and we then went to a a convention center. that was gone. 10,000. then, we went to a stadium for 31. there's a movement going on that's amazing to watch. and it's beautiful to watch the people love this country.
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what question did i ask? i don't even know what i asked. [ laughter ] >> something. >> jimmy: did i ask about stadiums? i don't know what the hell just happened. [ laughter ] i think you -- i think you answered my question. i don't even remember what the question was. >> it's not that important. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: this is maybe what's refreshing about you. because, i feel like you're off the cuff. you get yourself in a lot of trouble sometimes. i think you dig yourself a a hole, sometimes. a deep hole. and then, instead of getting out of the hole, you just dig deeper. [ laughter ] and i think, if you keep digging, eventually you might come out in china and be the president of china. [ laughter ] that would be very interesting. [ cheers and applause ] >> that could happen. >> jimmy: but this is the debates, are coming up, what is it? next wednesday. >> right. >> jimmy: now, that's a big deal. i mean look at what you did for fox. i mean, how many -- i got to say, thank you, from the country -- other candidates, they thank you, for all of the attention you're bringing to this part? what was the -- you would know the ratings? >> i'm such an expert. >> jimmy: yeah. [ light laughter ]
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>> does everybody love "the apprentice?" was that a great show? [ cheers applause ] but, that had 24 million people watching. it was the largest, i guess, they say largest or one of the largest in the history of cable television. >> jimmy: what normally would they get at the debate? >> i would a million to 2 million people. so it was 24 so i would think that i got 22 million people. and i should be paid for that. right? [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: no, no, no. i know you had a good idea to give it to charity. but this is a big deal. do you get nervous now? >> well, i would like that. cause cnn now, as you know, is going to have a tremendous -- i think it's even going to be larger than that. i said, why don't they give all of the profits that they're going to make? the commercials went from $5,000 to $250,000. i said, i'd like to give it to the vets. i would love to see that money go to the vets. i don't know if they're going to do it. but i would love to see the money go to the vets. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: do you get nervous for debates? >> a little bit. i mean, look, you do what you do. i mean, it is what it is. you've learned, and you're an intelligent person.
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you have to understand that about yourself, otherwise you're not going to be very good up there. the first debate, i won every single poll. where they did polls on who won the debate. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and i would say i was not asked the nicest questions. i would say that the questions i were asked, they were a a little bit -- in my opinion -- >> jimmy: a little tricky. >> they were unfair. but these are minor details. [ light laughter ] but every poll, "time" magazine and drudge and everybody that did a poll. so, you know, there's a certain energy you have to get. you have to build up the energy. >> jimmy: but you don't have notes. you don't -- you just go out with no notes. i mean, do you know -- you just make up stuff? [ cheers and applause ] how do you remember -- how do remember numbers? how do you remember stats? >> you know, i'm blessed with a a great memory. but it's very interesting. when i speak -- when i speak in front of large crowds, if you are reading a speech, it's much easier, but you don't get the reaction. we would not have 20,000 people in dallas, as an example. you don't get the reaction, a a lot of people watch it was
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like a love festl. if you're reading or if you have teleprompters, if you have a teleprompter or in any way reading a speech or even looking down all the time at notes, you're not going to get the reaction from the crowd. so, i go out. and i really -- you know, it's a riskier proposition. 'cause when you read, you're not going to make any mistake. other than stumbles. but you're not gonna make any mistake when you do it just off the cuff, now i know what i'm going to say. but it's a riskier thing. but it's a much better -- when you get it right, it's a thing of beauty. >> jimmy: who would be the person at the debates that you're targeting? who is your biggest threat? >> i just think, in terms of targeting, any voter. that's what i'm targeting, but i want them to vote. i want them to love trump. and i want them to know i'll do a great job. as far as candidates, you know, to me, they're all the same. they really have. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: i have to ask this, 'cause i was thinking about this the other day. have you ever apologized?
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[ laughter ] ever, in your lifetime? think back. close your eyes. think back to baby donald. [ laughter ] when you were little donnie trump. did you ever, did you ever apologize? >> this was not supposed to be one of the questions. [ laughter ] this one came out of -- >> jimmy: none of this. >> no, it's yeah -- actually, none of this -- we had a very nice little sequence of questions. >> jimmy: yeah. no, i don't -- >> so far i think he said he -- >> jimmy: yeah, i don't care about those. i want to talk to you. i'm like you now. i don't use teleprompters. i'm like you. [ cheers and applause ] >> much better. >> jimmy: it's like in the mirror. [ cheers and applause ] >> i fully think apologizing is a great thing. but you have to be wrong. if you're not wrong. like for instance, they wanted me -- [ laughter ] they wanted me to apologize when i first announced for president. they wanted me to apologize because i brought up illegal immigration. it turned out i took such heat for the first two weeks. did i take heat? but ultimately, it turned out that i was right. and now, people that reported on me are saying, thank you
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very much. i mean, hard to believe. actually reporters. and i was right on it. but i will absolutely apologize some time in the hopefully distant future if i'm ever wrong. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: oh my gosh. we have so much to talk about. i'm going to go to a speed round. >> go ahead. >> jimmy: really quick questions. give me quick answers, please. or whatever you want to do, please. you're my guest. [ light laughter ] okay, what do you think we're going to find in hillary's e-mail? >> i think a lot of bad stuff. [ laughter ] i think so. i think, it's something she should not have been doing. she's got her server in her bathroom in a place in denver. i mean, what's going on? it's wrong. >> jimmy: okay. >> you know, general patreaus, by the way, but he suffered greatly because of what he did which was 5% of what she did. so something's, something's very seriously wrong. >> jimmy: okay. kanye running for president in 2020. >> kanye has been so nice to me, he always says great things about me.
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so i love kanye. you know i like people that are nice to me, right? i mean, you know i love kanye. i think kanye -- kanye is actually, i know i'm a little bit -- he's actually a much better person than some people would think. >> jimmy: yep, i -- >> now if he runs for office and if i happen to be running against him, i'm going to take that back. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: how are you going to build a wall along the mexico border without immigrant labor? >> well we're going to build it. [ laughter ] we may build it with immigrant labor. >> jimmy: yeah, there you go. >> we may. but it's going to be a great wall. and it's going to be actually -- >> jimmy: a great wall? >> cause at some point -- >> jimmy: that's a good name. >> maybe it's gonna be called the trump wall. we have to make -- >> jimmy: the great wall of trump. absolutely, yeah. >> we need it. we need it. we really do need it. >> jimmy: quick -- >> it's out of control. >> jimmy: say something nice about carly fiorina. >> i think she's a very nice woman. really a nice woman. am i doing a good job? >> jimmy: yeah, that was -- no. [ light laughter ] [ applause ] >> i don't know her. i never really met her. she's a very nice woman. i think that she's going to have a hard time. she had a very, very rough pass corporately. but i think she's a very fine woman.
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and i just want to -- and i said that she should be on the main stage at the debate. and she is going to be. >> jimmy: see? you make things happen. i got to say -- [ light applause ] you've been having a little trouble with the music involving your campaign. and so, i think i have it solved. i think you're picking the wrong genre. >> okay. >> jimmy: i think i have the song for you. this is -- this should be your song. this is "all i do is win." all i do is win win win no matter what never get enough and every time i step up on the field everybody hands go up >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about. what do you think? [ cheers ] >> i mean, honestly, it happens to be 100% true. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks to donald trump, everybody. thank you so much for coming on the show. >> thank you, man. thank you. >> jimmy: i really, really appreciate it. >> we'll do it again soon. thank you. >> jimmy: terrence howard joins us after the break. best of luck. [ cheers and applause ] there is a rhythm that beats inside all of us,
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest, is an oscar-nominated actor who stars as lucious lyon on the hit show "empire," which returns -- he's great -- returns for a second season on september 23rd at 9:00 p.m. on fox. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome terrence howard. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: great to see you. >> oh my god. >> jimmy: great to see you pal. thank you so much for being here. and congrats on everything. you're presenting at the emmys, right, next week? >> yeah. i'm presenting. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i'm sorry. you got snubbed. you got snubbed this year. i didn't want to bring it up. sorry about that. >> i'll get to present though, it's all right. i'll be happy. >> jimmy: yeah, you're not bitter. yeah. okay. but taraji's up for it, right? >> who cares?
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[ laughter ] >> jimmy: my goodness. the show's not nominated, either, right? >> no. >> jimmy: oh, my goodness. i got to say, as a person who works on television, thank you, thank you, thank you for "empire." because look at how -- [ cheers and applause ] biggest hit show -- biggest hit in probably 15 years on television. bringing more eyeballs to television. and it helps everybody. not just you. it helps everybody. i want to thank you for that. you're doing a great job. >> thank you for that. [ cheers and applause ] does that mean they'll give me more money? >> jimmy: oh, yeah. they'll give you more money. what, did fox give you something awesome? did you come out and there's like a bentley in your driveway or something? >> no. no. what fox did is they let me drive myself to work. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: seriously, though. be honest. did you get a little bonus? a little christmas present for you? >> yeah. i get to drive myself to work. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: they didn't give you anything? >> no. we drive ourselves to work. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: come on. don't you get like super bowl numbers? be honest. rupert murdoch didn't give you a helicopter or something?
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>> jimmy: they'll probably get you something now. but you got to say, you changed the whole game. i've been working on my lucious lyon impressions. i don't want to give it away but watch our show september 22nd. and do you have help for me, like a lucious lyon -- is there a move that you do that i need to study? >> yeah. what lucious does is he's always thinking about slapping the hell out of somebody. [ laughter ] in the back of his mind. so, as long as that stays back here. >> jimmy: yeah. >> right when you're thinking about, okay, i ought to smack the hell out of him. [ laughter ] that's the way. >> jimmy: that's the face to do it? yeah. what -- can you say anything about what's happening on season two? cause, taraji was here, she couldn't tell us anything. you got arrested for the murder of bunky. poor bunky. >> i go to jail -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> i go to jail for something i did not do. i had nothing to do with killing that man. >> jimmy: what? [ laughter ] let's, i want to talk about guest stars on the show this season. who do we have to -- can you tell us any of those guys? >> well we got pitbull. >> jimmy: yes. [ light applause ] >> came in.
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>> jimmy: love that. >> people are dope. pitbull, we have chris rock came down. >> jimmy: chris rock? >> chris rock. my favorite is marisa tomei. and my wife is watching. so she knows that i've always had a crush on marisa tomei. >> jimmy: yes. >> oh, she is so dope. >> jimmy: okay, yeah. no she's great. [ laughter ] but anyways, so that's going to be fun. you love marisa tomei, good. so i got to say, that as season one is available on blu-ray, dvd. pick up if you haven't seen "empire." you're missing out. the world is watching. you should check it out. september 23rd is your premiere. battle by the way. you were fantastic. >> where's my belt? >> jimmy: what's that? >> my belt. i beat taraji. i don't have a belt to where to work so i can brag. i don't have my lip-sync belt. >> jimmy: well they'll send it to you in the mail or something. i don't know. [ light laughter ] you didn't get your belt when you left? >> i didn't get my belt. >> jimmy: you didn't get your belt because i have it for you. >> no you don't. >> jimmy: ladies and gentlemen, the champion of lip-sync battle. [ cheers and applause ] >> yes! >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about right there.
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nothing on me! >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about, everybody. terrence howard. [ cheers and applause ] the season premiere of "empire" airs september 23rd, 9:00 p.m. on fox. the first season is available on dvd and blu-ray september 15th. up next, we have a historic performance by pharrell on "the tonight show" marquee. stick around, everybody. >> i knew it. i knew it. [ cheers and applause ] you' re unpacking already? yeah, help me find some mugs. sure. (beep) hey... o.k. they' ll do. wake up to the mountain grown aroma of folgers. the best part of wakin' up so, where do you want to start? i think this is a pretty good place.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our musical guest tonight is a ten time grammy award winner who returns as a a coach on the ninth season of the voice, september 21st on nbc. performing his latest single, freedom. for the first time on "the tonight show" marquee. give it up for pharrell williams. >> new york city! [ cheers and applause ] you know i love new york city. because you guys make no apologies for who you are.
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you make no apologies for your accents. [ cheers ] and you make no apologies for the way that you dress. [ cheers ] so tonight, i would love for the rest of the world to see what freedom looks like and sounds like. [ cheers ] what say you, new york city? [ cheers ] say freedom. >> freedom! i think they're ready. thank you, mr. fallon. la la la la la la la la la la la la la la la la la la la la la la la la la la la la la la la la la la la la [ cheers ] hold on to me don't let me go
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your first name is free last name is dom cause you still believe in where we're from man's red flower it's in every living thing mind use your power spirit use your wings freedom freedom freedom freedom freedom freedom hold on to me ooh don't let me go the cheetahs need to eat run antelope your first name is king last name is dom cause you still
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when a baby first breathes when night sees sunrise when the whale hops the sea when man recognizes freedom and you know freedom downtown new york freedom so the world can hear freedom freedom breathe in >> new york city. [ cheers ] we are from heat electric one does it shock you to see he left us the sun atoms in the air organisms in the sea the sun and yes man are made of the same things freedom freedom freedom
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freedom freedom freedom freedom [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh my. oh, my goodness. history is made. pharrell williams. "freedom" available on itunes right now, everybody. we'll be right back. you guys are great. hey!
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks to donald trump, terrence howard. pharrell williams, once again! [ cheers and applause ] and the roots! stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers." thank you for watching. have a great weekend! i hope to see you next week. i love you guys! love you! you guys, thank you again. thank you, thank you again.
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>> jimmy: when i say "pharrell," you say "williams." pharrell! >> williams! >> jimmy: pharrell! >> williams! >> jimmy: when i say "free," you say "dom." free! >> dom! >> jimmy: here we go! freedom! >> freedom! >> jimmy: freedom!
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