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good morning. breaking news. anti-trump protests break out again in cities coast to c good morning. breaking news. an try trust demonstrations break out coast to coast. one area in portland turning violen flash grenades on the crowd. donald trump back to tweeting what he's saying about the protesters this morning. making peace. the president and the president-elect meet for the first time in the oval office. >> i very much look forward to dealing with the president. >> the first lady and first lady to be sitting down over tea. this morning what was said twiend behind closed doors.
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fill key positions in the new administration. the trump administration team submits dozens of names to the federal government to grant names to the highest security clearances and an inside look with more than a few surprises today, friday, november 11th, 2016. >> announcer: from nbc news this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie live from stuld owe 1 a at rockefeller plaza. good morning. happy to have lester here for matt. our plaza is filled with wonderful members of our military. navy, air force, marines and here comes west point. >> they were warming up a while ago. great to have all our vets. >> absolutely. let's begin with breaking news this morning.
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card here. of course, he was involved with george w. bush's transition team, served as his chief of staff and tell us what it's like to plan a government in a few short days, but let us start with national correspondent peter alexander. peter, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning to you. still trump's election remains americans. thousands chanting among other things, we reject the president-elect. a second night of protests across the country. tens of thousands taking to the streets in at least 25 cities with some demonstrations held outside trump properties. the worst out west in portland, oregon, where police publicly declared a riot after protesters smashed car windows and hurled objects at officers. overnight trump tweeting, just
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presidential meeting. now protesters, very unfair. he won the white house by campaigning against washington as an outsider has become the ultimate insider. >> we now are going to do everything for you to succeed because if you succeed the country succeeds. >> reporter: after a fierce rivalry that was a first ever visit face-to-face lasting 90 minutes. >> mr. president, it was a great honor being with you and i look forward to being with you for many, many more times. >> reporter: sitting for tea, first lady michelle obama and melania trump.
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life, what it's like to be at the center of the capitol with the senators' top rupp mitch mcconnell. earlier getting a view from the capitol where he'll be sworn in as a 45th president. his guide, house speaker paul ryan. >> happy we're going to be a two-some. absolutely spectacular things for the american people. i look forward t refusing to defend trump now praising him. >> the donald trump we saw at 2:00 or 3:00 in the night was a president. >> among the list, immigration, health care, and job creation. still trump may face strong opposition.
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trump. >> what good does it do now, you know. the election is over. >> reporter: less than nine hours after attacking the protests last night, trump struck a more conciliatory tone. love the fact that the small groups of protessers have passion for our country. we will all come together and be proud. still with a country still divided one of his toughest challenges is making uncomfortable with him comfortable that he will be the president of all americans. lester and savannah. >> >> that work already starting. thank you. meantime nbc news is learning more this morning about the people being considered for key positions in the trump administration. some of them high-profile, others highly controversial. nbc's hallie jackson is in washington with more on that. good morning. >> reporter: hi, there, lester. good morning to you. today the transition team will
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administration post and then getting ready to present them to president-elect donald trump. it means today we'll start to get a better sense of who he will pick to run this city and this nation. donald trump's white house taking shape. his transition team working fast to figure out who goes where. multiple campaign sources tell nbc news high-profile people are in the mix for high-profile positions like chris who didn't rule out attorney general rumors. >> i certainly have the energy for it. >> mike rodgers giving no comment on whether he could be cia chief. nbc's cynthia mcfadden reports exclusively the president-elect's team has named nearly 30 people to whom he'd like to give access to the most
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foreign policy. the list includes current and former members of congress and the mill tai and jeff sessions and mike flynn. maybe some outsiders but some are outspoken. like boulton. political insiders hunting for clues in hunt's every move like his decision to bring his son-in-law jared kushnero office. he won't get that job. he's not allowed. federal law prevents that. that rules out ivanka, donald junior, and eric too. overnight they submitted other names of a list of up to five options for each capitol position. not all from new york or d.c. trump values loyalty and that will likely be rewarded with
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option. the other, rnc reince priebus. >> it would be an honor to continue to help him in any way that i can. >> trump's transition team has an official website, greatagain.gov, not only to draw in names for political appointee positions but in true trump fashion he tells of his many properties, hotels and golf courses around the george w. bush's chief of staff. mr. card, good morning. you're the perfect guest to be here this morning. let's talk about the tone of transition before we get into the mechanics. you were there. the outgoing president really sets that tone. we've seen how president obama has responded. and he gave a lot of credit to your boss, former president bush for setting the tone as well. >> president obama did a
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are awkward. i happened to think we celebrate our democracy by best showing we can transfer power without being ugly and president obama certainly did a good job. president bush created a good precedent. he allowed for the transitions to be done actually before the elections. there was a lot of work done. president obama continued that tradition and actually got support from congress. so this year both teams who were competing, trump and clinton have been working since may. so there's been more groundwork done this time than in any time in history. >> i know the chief of staff job should be the first one he should address. tell me why. >> it's the only one not dictated by congress at the white house. he certainly gives definition to the branch and our country and certainly to the united states around the world to who he is.
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discipline to the white house. i think it ee important to name a chief of staff very, very early on. president clinton when he came to office, matt mcclarendon who was a wonderful person was the last person he named. and that meant most of the people in the capitol and the white house had already been identified and he didn't have the gravitas given to him. i think it's important to name the chief of staff to the white speak truthfully and candid to the president, someone there not to please the president even though they serve at the pleasure of the president. they've got to tell the president what he needs to know, not necessarily what he wants to know. even though the fancy piece of paper hangs on your wall, it says you serve at the pleasure
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it's to tell the president what he needs to know to do his job. >> a lot of people have observed in the transition in the days and months. in some ways the country is at its most vulnerable because you have new people coming in and learning this job and everyone thinks about national security. tell me what's done. give me some reassurance how the new administration will be ready. >> the new administration will be organized happen click, click, click perfectly. the reality is the world doesn't follow the 100-day plan. something bad will happen. one of our enemies will think they have an opportunity to expose itself and they will do something and you have to be ready for that. you have to plan for it, but you don't have to broadcast it. but, yes, on day one the president is the president.
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takes the position and you have to be prepared for bad things to happen. >> president bush called it kind of a drill so they'd be ready for anything. >> president george w. bush did a great job of preparing the obama incoming team with real kind of tabletop exercises about a disaster and it was very helpful. >> andy card, great to have you here. >> thank you so much, appreciate it. donald trump would be elected there were jittery fears on wall street. but it closed at a record high. good morning. >> good morning, lester, good morning, salve nachlt important to note that the dow was doing pretty well. the idea that it hit a record is the idea that records go up. they don't go up in a straight line but they go up in fits and starts. it combined with a republican
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lot of industries think this they're going to do very well. industries that are highly regulated, industries like coal that donald trump said he ice going to bring back. so what has happened is it's not really a market. it's investors finding companies and industries that are likely to do well under this administration and buying up lots of it. now, futures this morning indicate that the dow may open lower, but, again, it is not a sign of larger sentiment. it means people have been waiting to sell some stocks and now that it's at a record, they'll do so. bile here to follow it. lester, savannah. >> thanks very much. hillary clinton getting peace and quiet. take a look at this photo. a woman actually spotted her out on a hike. the man behind that shot? former president bill clinton. margo gift ter said hillary
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posted the photo hoping it brings clinton supporters some hope or comfort. newly released videos shows inside and outside. the pulse nightclub in orlando during the shooting rampage in june. >> back up, back up, back up. >> body cameras show police storming the building. you can see police running in all directions with their weapons gone looking for survive and the shooter omar phones rings. much of the video was blacked out to protect the victims. 49 people were killed, 53 others injured during that rampage. aaron schock was indieded on thursday including wire fraud and theft of government funds. schock was criticized for
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style of "downton abbey." he said he never did anything wrong and he's eager to retain his name and reputation. secretary kerry is in antarctica to talk about science. that's kind of a cool adventure. >> and a nice transition to al and the weather. good morning. >> good morning, guys. we had a lot now we're talking about la nina. that is when we start to see a cooling of the pacific waters, cooler than normal as you get closer to the equator. we get la nina. what it does is pushes the jet stream, the polar jet up to the north. so from december to february we're looking for cooler wetter weather from the pacific northwest to the great lakes. we've got to a really strong
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three cities. birmingham has gone 53 days without appreciable rain. atlanta, almost a month. charlotte, more than a month. and we're not going to look at any appreciable rain for the next week or so. plus wildfires going on from tennessee on into the carolinas. that smoke making its way all the way down into central georgia. we're going to get to your local forecast coming up in the next 30 seconds.
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many spots held their 50s. 56 in washington. where the wind laid down, the temperatures really dropped quite a bit. 33, lorneton, 34, manassas, 35 in warrenton. most areas will get into the low and mid-60s for afternoon highs, but have your wind breaker ready to go. it will be a very blustery and cool afternoon, near 60, but temperatures falling fast after about 2:00 or 3:00. >> all up next, the first lady and the first lady to be. >> why was donald trump a businessman from new york city so successful with voters in the heartland. what they are saying about the message behind their ballot. but first this is "today" on
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7:26 is your time now on this friday, november 11th, 2016. good morning to you. i'm eun lang. >> i'm aaron gilchrist. on this veterans day, the oldest living veterans special honor. sergeant bill moore is 108 years old. he's attending a breakfast at the white house and later attending a memorial. >> president obama will lay a wreath at the tomb of the unknown. he's also expected to deliver an address. it's happening at 11:00, so we'll show it to you live midday at 11:00. all right.
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manassas to warrenton to springfield, meanwhin maryland, l to mid-50s outside. on the whole, temperatures getting up into the low to mid-60s. turning blustery and chilly for your weekend. >> thank you, chuck. we're going to take a break. melissa will be back with the weather.
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westbound 66 before 28, a little special appearance there for a second. debris, in the lane here. take a look. no major problems. richie marlboro road, that problem has cleared out of the way. inner loop and outer loop looking good. aaron?
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sending us a post. >> be sure to use the hash tag #thankavet, and we'll show those pictures throughout the show. we're back to the "today" show
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it's 7:30 now on this friday it's 7:30 on this friday morning. it's not just any day. it's november 11, day. we have a number of veterans with us here on the plaza this morn. we have operation man that is a great operation that helps wounded warriors. the west point band. we're so grateful and thankful this morning. >> you did an all-nighter for me on tuesday for the election so i said i would come and help you. >> i said promise you'll be here friday, early early.
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let's get a look. protests erupted across cities across the country. police described it as a riot with objects being thrown at officers and a number of cars damaged. president-elect trump is back on twitter this morning. last night he wrote just had a very open and successful presidenti now professional. then he tweeted love the fact that the small groups of protesters last night have passion for our great country. we will all come together and be proud. >> of course, that all followed mr. trump's visit to the white house where he met with president obama to begin the transition of pow e. their meeting at the oval office lasted 90 minutes and he spoke with reporters after it was over. >> we discussed a lot of situations, some wonderful, some
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important for all of us, regardless of parties and regardless of political preferences to now come together, work together to deal with the many challenges that we face. >> while the president and president-elect were meeting the wives got a chance to chat over tea. kristen welker has more. good morning. >> good morning. they had never met until yesterday, and the first lady campaigned vigorously against donald trump, but also like their husbands they tried to bury a bitter past and look to the future. the first glimpse. two women with two very different backgrounds about to share one famous title. first lady of the united states. a cordial tea to break the ice after a bitter battle. >> he demeans and hue mill yits women as if we're objects meant solely for entertainment and
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>> a warmer tone as they found common ground, touring the white house and discussing their number one priority raising their kids. >> i'm a full-time mother to our son barron, an incredible boy. >> michelle obama all too familiar with the challenges of raising a child that young at 1600 pennsylvania avenue. >> i'll never forget that winter morning as i watched our girls just 7 and 10 years old those big men with guns and the only thing i could think was what have we done. >> mrs. obama got advice from her predecessor, laura bush, during the transition in 2008. kate anderson brauer, author of "first women" said women are often ties that bind. >> i think the fact that michelle obama and melania trump are both mothers makes it easier
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each other and even given the vitriol in this campaign. >> reporter: they're also both reluctant political-wise. michelle obama was a chicago-born lawyer with working-class roots who brought a new perspective to the white house. melania trump is a former model and the first to fill the road since john adams' wife louisa. >> i said, stop, you need go and run and if y win. >> like many spouses, she wants her husband to kick his bad habits. >> what's the one bad habit you wish he'd give up. >> let's see. >> mcdonald's. >> tweeting. >> melania says she admires michelle after coming under fire for lifting parts of her 2008 speech. >> you work hard for what you want in life. that you do what you say. >> michelle obama has made
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from thorny policy fights. melania trump has already talked about her desire to work on cyber bullying. >> we have to find a better way to talk to each other, to disagree with each other, to respect each other. >> in one of president-elect trump's speeches he tweeted the meeting went well. michelle obama agrees with her husband, a smooth tit democracy. >> kristen welker at the white house. thank you. >> al roker is here with another check of the weather. >> that's right. it will warm up as well. a big area of high pressure pushing in cooler temperatures. so look at this. we've got frost and freeze advisories. right now which top 49, indianapolis, chattanooga, 33. then we get a big warmup coming. .
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average from portland, oregon, all the way to san diego, tulsa, chicago above average. as we get into the weekend, indianapolis, 11 degrees above ank. boise idaho, 64. as behead into next week, look how warm it is from new york all the way across to phoenix. that's what's going on around the country. here's what's happening in your neck of the woods. good morning. i'm "storm team 4" meteorologist chuck bell. some spots while others are in the mid-50s. just so you know you'll need an insulated windbreaker. not all that cold early this morning but a nice rise in temperatures around lunchtime and getting very blustery. northwest winds, 20 to 30 miles an hour. layer up for sure. highs tomorrow only around 49 to 50 degrees and an even colder start coming up on sunday. we just exercised our right to vote.
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donald trump's stunning victory came as a surprise. >> several battlegrounds once considered as locks for democratic ticket, one reason, big voter turnout in small towns. gabe gutierrez is in canton, ohio, with that part of the story. good morning. >> reporter: lester, good morning. this is stark county. back in 2008 the vote was split evenly with barack obama and mitt romney but this year donald crushed hillary by 17 points. >> it's time definitely for a change. >> reporter: change, a word no longer whispered but shouted in rural america. >> i'm just tired of the government with the way it's been. >> reporter: donald trump with the same voters. pennsylvania, ohio, wisconsin,
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turning red, even the once reliable michigan still too close to call. >> i've been talking about it. >> reporter: trump's message on jobs and trade resonated in stark county. who are the voters who propelled him to the white house? tom chufar a retired working now an entrepreneur. >> one of the things i receive happen in this county in the last 20 years, 20-plus years is obviously nafta had a huge thing to do with that. >> reporter: charlene jendro volunteered for the trump campaign. trump won over small towns by much wider margins. in rural michigan, a 19-point victory compared to mitt romney's 7. in wisconsin, he was up 19. romney, just 7.
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19. christine dye is a lifelong democrat and a steelworker who lost her job in 2015. >> mr. trump is a rt great finance and business person and he'll help turn the country around. >> reporter: another reason they feel their voices will be heard, facebook saying they had 7 hundredli comments. this is an area where many people had concerns about deep trade. they long thought they had fallen on deaf ears. not anymore. >> gabe gutierrez, thank you. just ahead, an icon loss. tamron's in the orange room. remembering an icon, leonard
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we are back at 7:49. this morni we're back at 7:49. we're remembering leonard cohen who passed away last night. tamron is in the orange room. >> good official facebook page saying we've lost one of music's most revered and prolific singer. a number of popular songs including, of course, what you hear in the background the often coveted "hallelujah." they're taking to social media to remember his influential word. take a look at what justin trudeau. no other artist's music felt or
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generations. canada and the world will miss him. justin timber lathe, #ripleonardcohen, a spirit beyond compare. and one of our favorites lin-manuel miranda, this is heartbreaking. can't help but feel graftful for the tower of song he leaves behind. he released an album a few weeks ago. a memorial for the artist will take place in los angeles. ha talking over this song, it's just beautiful from kindergartners who might sing it in front of parents at the end of their year to famous celebrities. one of those songs. we talked about it, savannah. there's no bad cover of it. >> i bet if you ask any major musician, they would say "hallelujah." sting's right over there.
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2016. good morning to you. happy veterans day. i'm eun yang. we want to check on the weather. so far how is it lookingsome. >> so far, so good. we have a big rain. 33 in warrenton and 53 in manassas. a 20-degree difference in washington depending where you live. everyone gets up into the low and mid-60s dperchlding where you live. blustery winds arrive later today. it will be very chilly for high school games tonight and cold over the weekend. sunday morning likely to be the coldest of the stretch. >> all right, chuck. thank you. we'll take a break. we'll check your traffic next with melissa mollet. stay with us. >> announcer: "news4 today"
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good morning. i'm melissa mollet with your traffic. we do have debris in being reported. uni? >> thank you. we want to know how you're honoring your veterans.
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it's 8:00 on "today." coming up it's 8:00 on today. coming up -- hello anti-protests erupt again across the country overnight. thousands marching in the president obama and president-elect trump sit down together for first time. >> my number one priority in the coming two months is to try to facilitate a transition that ensures our president-elect is a smooth transition. plus, ever wonder what's on your pets' minds? >> you're in luck.
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they can talk to animals. >> is she a happy dog? >> very happy. >> and she's telling you this right now. >> yes. i'm doing teepathic communications. >> our hidden cameras are rolling as we put them to the test. and he's all we want. sting joins us live in studio 1a. the music icon kicking off the weekend with his brand-new album. he'll perform his new biggest hits today friday, november 11th, 2016. good morning. >> crusaders. go, holy cross. >> all the way from montgomery, alabama, celebrating our 15 in
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>> happy veterans day. >> thanks to our veterans. >> good morning from the marine s! >> good morning. good morning. nice to have you. it's veterans day, guys. november 11th, 8:00. we're so honored to be in the veteran this morning. we were just saying good morning to them. we're so proud. i said it before. our democracy is great and this is who makes it possible. we just want to say thank you to them. >> we have lester along for matt. >> you can see. we're almost into the two weeks no shave campaign to call
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it's the whole nightly thing. >> we've seen pictures of you with a moustache back in the day. >> i used to have the stache. >> that's right it conjures up other images. according to our state of men, 58% of guys say they only go to the doctor when they actually have symptoms. of course, that makes it harder to catch diseases when they have major issues, so it's really important to get those yearly checkups. >> absolutely. and we're happy to see many of our men joining along with beards in the making. use the #noshavetoday. you always go if the goatee. >> my dad had the goatee and i continue to honor him. >> you continue to shame me. >> you and your bare face. let's get a check of the news. >> reporter: i'm peter alexander
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seemed unimaginable, donald trump described his meeting with president obama at the white house as a really good meeting with, quote, great chemistry. overnight more outrage over the election of donald trump. across the country tens of thousands take to the streets in at least 25 cities. the worst in portland, oregon, where protesters smashed car officers. police publicly declaring a riot. trump tweeting in response, just had a very open and successful election. now protesters are protesting. very unfair. this coming after the handshake seen round the world. president obama and president-elect trump face-to-face for the first time. their meeting surpassing expectations, lasting 90 minutes. >> we're going to want to do
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country succeeds. >> mr. president. it was a great honor to be with you. i look forward to meeting with you many, many times. >> a far cry from the fiery attacks they exchanged during the campaign. >> donald trump is temperamentally unfit to be commander in chief. >> you're lucky i didn't run last time when romney ran because you would have been a one-term president. >> reporter: now presi this country. >> reporter: a country trump will start running in less than ten weeks. another meeting with another former political adversary, speaker paul ryan welcoming him to capitol hill. >> we had a fantastic productive meeting about getting to work and rolling up our sleeves and going to work for the american people. >> reporter: and giving him a tour of where his inauguration will be held.
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transition team is drawing up five names for each and sources say the list hasn't been included to trump. they could include mike mccaw for homeland security. newt gingrich for secretary of state. reince priebus or chris christie for chief of staff and mike rogers, the former chair of the intelligence committee for cia director. those, aan filled. and far from washington in chappaqua, new york, hillary clinton take break with a walk in the woods. this photo of her and a hiker shot by none other than bill clinton. a striking contrast in a place the clintons used to call home. in less than nine hours after attacking those protests as
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the is what he tweeted. love the fact that the small groups of protesters last night have passion for our great country. we will all come together and be prou. savannah? >> thousands of firefighters in the southeast are struggling to control raging fires burning from mississippi to north carolina and firefighters are battling at least 18 fires in west north carolina alone where a state of emergency has been declared. tens of thousands of burned. severe drought conditions are making it even worse. an american eagle store is where the wild things are on thursday. a deer got inside the store last night in stillwater, oklahoma. it wandered the aisles for a while and made a mistake by going through a window. once it got outside, they say the buck just kept on rupping.
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lady triers to her hand at the mannequin challenge of some famous faces. >> and prince harry's girlfriend steps out. where she was just spotted in london. >> and can people really talk to animals? >> hi, ill i'm jeff rossen. ever wonder what your pet's thinking. there are pet psychics who say they can read your pets' minds and tell you all about it. our cameras are rolling. hear what they say about her next. there's a twister. for every crash... an even bigger collision. and for every tailspin... well, tailspins. state farm understands that getting the most out of life doesn't just mean being there when things go wrong. it's about being here... in all of life's moments. when things go perfectly... right.
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dogs bring out the good in us. pedigree brings out the good in them. feed the good. we're back, no party like a trending party. i'm out of words. >> that's good. >> let's start with a great video perfect for veterans day. a navy dad coming home early to surprise his son. take a look. this senior chief petty officer leonard gutiani. his son is saying, no way, this is not true. >> usually they send in a video for the veterans day ceremony
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true. if there was a channel that only showdown veterans' home comings, i would watch it all day long. >> beautiful. >> anyway, let's show you the unusual scene that captured the aterngs of social media on thursday. two bald eagles trapped in a storm andre near orlando. officials believe they plunged down after a fight. the one one had to be andre. online some called it a metaphor for america getting back on its feet after an election. i call it a bird that got stuck in the andre, but that's me. whatever works. >> that's pretty good. as we know, president obama has just a couple of months left in office now. he's probably going to miss one
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this is cool. so the president got one of his last opportunities to do that on thursday. cleveland cavaliers visited, celebrating their world championship. the team gave the president a personalized jersey and the cavs did not leave the white house without doing the mannequin challenge. lebron james, michelle obama, freezing their moment in time. >> that might i've seen. >> that's amazing. >> a 3-d experience. >> then the eagle comes right in. >> look what ended up in the andre. >> it's a metaphor. i was afraid al was going to do his frozen face. he did it for a good ten minutes the other day. lester, we love having you here, you know that. especially when you get in the spirit of the "today" show.
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>> "nightly news" is on the fourth and today is on three. they're saying, hey, plarng with us. we do a three-minute plaink. >> three minutes? >> this is an hour before nightly last night. but this is a trend because i was -- you know, i worked in the los angeles room a lot and they do it out there as well in the everybody, let's just go plank. we put on some music. >> you know what's weird about this? they never ask me to plank. >> a little difficult for you. >> they don't believe i have a strong core. >> can i tell you something. you know what my best is? 45 seconds and i start shaking. >> wow. >> three minutes. >> that's crazy. >> i do a minute and a half.
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through this whole segment. >> if i was in charge of this show. >> wait a minute. >> i think we should -- is there time for lester to plank for all of us? >> let's go plank. >> let's go plank. >> they're going to plank while you read top stories. >> here we go. let's do it, my friend. >> i'm watching you two. >> she's amazing on "the voice" and she just album. they're giving us the blast new look. it's all about bringing us together. it's called "blended family." here it is. keep planking. you have ten seconds. you're doing great. ??
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inspired by her own family's personal family. to see the whole video, "today".com, we should put a disclaimer al roker had surgery recently. prince harry and meghan markle. meghan was spotted wearing a hat and doing a little grocery shopping down the street from kensington palace. the website says starring with harry or staying whim at a cottage once shared by prince william and kate. this may be a thing for them. chris pratt and -- they're one of the cutest couples. here's what jennifer said on "ellen." >> anna and jack came to the set, right? >> yes.
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they're so cute and their son is a genius. and anna is nice and hilarious and they're like in love. they look like a nicholas sparks novel. >> 1:36. jennifer clearly once again, he has a way with words. that is your top story. >> you guys are applause for both guys. >> you up're supposed to do the weather. do you want me to do it? >> that's oklahoma. all right. hold on. >> hold on. this could be good. we've got wet weather. >> showers through the gulf
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it's going to be nice and warm. look at these temperatures. 80s. 70s, texas, into the gulf coast. 30s in northern new england. in fact, they may see a little snow this bekd. as you can see, tumbling temps. sunshine through the great lakes. very mild out west and a few showers. that's what's going on around the country. here's what's happening in your neck of the woods. >> good morning from right here in the washington area. arlington, virginia, but only 43 in lorton and 43 in quantity co-. winds are going to pick up. 20 to as much as 30 miles per hour. enjoy the mild weather throughout about lunch hour. it will be youb right chilly by your evening plans and cold over the weekend. highs only 50 and a freeze likely everywhere sunday.
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weather. >> okay, studs. we're going to bounce a quarter off your ass. are you good with that? it's an interesting one vchlt you ever wondered what's my pet really thinking. >> jeff rossen found special psychics who claim they can read your pets' mind for a price. jeff, good morning. >> lester, you will love this. you will go home to your pet and know what's going on.
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producer josh. >> you win. >> at least that's what josh thought. >> i want to ask her how she's feeling. >> sadness. >> she needs a cleansing and has negative energy. >> hoping to get a glimpse into joline's mind we book appointments with pet psychics and wire this house with hidden cameras. we're watching it all from a secret control room in the basement. right away -- >> come on joline's mind. >> joline has a very old soul. there's a sadness. >> she thinks that i'm lonely? >> mm-hmm. >> can i talk to joline through you? >> yes, you can. >> joline, i love you and i really care about you and i want you to be happy. >> she's saying that she loves you too and that she's very
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aware of. >> hi. i'm jeff rossen from nbc news and we're working on a story about pet psychics. why are you able to connect with animals? >> i was born with it. my job is to make nonbelievers believe in my work and my ability. >> this next psychic takes it up a notch. things get personal. >> she need as lover. >> yes. playplay dates are good and fun but not what she's ready for. she's ready for more than that. >> joline, i had no idea. >> but this reading quickly turns dire. >> i know she wants you to be healed, better, worried. >> should i be worried about that? >> yes. she needs a clengs and wipe away negative energy. >> it doesn't come cheap.
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>> i have to buy the candle wax and form it into the form of that person or angle. >> what does that cost? >> it 150es $30. >> she later told us she doesn't care what people think. those who believe in it believe in it. but no one spoke to joline quite like this last woman. susan calls hess an animal communicator. price tag for our reading? $250. >> think understanding dogs. i can understand dogs. >> okay. she speaks dog. now she's tuning joline in. >> i'm asking her what she wants me to tell you about herself. >> yes, please. >> she sees the beauty in almost everything what does her voice sound like when she talks to you? i've always wondered. >> let's see. >> she's listening to joline
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from "saturday night live." >> really. >> yeah. >> so she's funny. >> yes. >> is she a happy dog? >> very happy. she's telling me there are a few things you need to grow up on but she says you're coming into your own very nicely. >> and she's telling you this right now? she looks like she's sleeping. >> i'm doing telepathic communications. >> hi, how are you? my name is jeff rossen. >> i had aee how do i know. >> how do you know? >> you can do it. we're born with those innate abilities and they help us communicate with the world around us. >> some would watch this and say this is hocus-pocus. >> some people would say this is b.s. >> and you triering to get money out of pet owners telling them what they want to hear. >> as a skeptic, it's not an easy concept to grasp. i didn't believe in psychics
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>> so joline is really happy or really sad or maybe she's thinking can i just go home? >> happy to report joline is resting comfortably at home. by the way, speaking to your pet doesn't come cheap, guys. we found prices anywhere from $100 up to $1,200 for a session. >> we have a station from joline. >> thank you. >> all right, jeff, sting is here for a live concert in studio 1a. >> i can't wait to talk to him about his new album. and we have the west point band out on the plaza on this
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good morning. it's 8:26 on this veterans day, friday november 11th. i'm aaron gilchrist. let's start with a check on the road this morning. melissa mollet has the traffic. being pushed on to rock creek church road because of a krarchlt beltway, nice and light. we wish, of course, it looked like this all the time. it is great with a lot of folks off today and a pretty day as well. 66 inbound and outbound at nutley. no worries either way. >> thank you. we'll have a check on the forecast when we come back.
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weekend. the next chance for rain is monday. >> all right, chuck. thank you. get the latest news any time in
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?? ?? ?? and good morning, everybody. we're back. it's veterans day morning and what a treat we have. a special treat from the west point band. we say thank you.
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become a service dog for a veteran. so just ahead, we're going to talk about the big strides he has made this month toward that goal. also ahead, we've been talking about him all morning. the big moment is here. sting is getting set for a live concert. what a treat. >> i cannot wait. thanksgiving and football on the brain. game damon you featuring turkey you're going to love but not just sliced turk the good stuff. let's get a look at the weather. your weekend ahead. we've got unseasonably warm weather on saturday throughout the plains. wet weather in the pacific northwestern. and as we go sunday sunday we're looking at more heavy rain in the pacific northwest. look for showers making their way through the southeast and gulf coast and wet weather in texas. the rest of the country looking
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that's what's going on. here's what's happening in your neck of the woods. >> good morning. bright sunshine is on tap. we will get a couple of clouding around in the middle of the afternoon. out ahead of it, a mild enough day. we're in the mid to upper 50s. we should make it into the 60s before the colder air starts to settle in. those high school football games will be cold tonight. and then a chilly weekend for tomorrow. tempat good weather for the redskins game on sunday. >> announcer: today's puppy is created with our sponsor, pedigree. dogs bring out the good in us. pedigree brings out the good in
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love having the west point band on this special veterans day. by the way, the last time the west point band was here, we were welcoming our good friend charlie introduced him to the world. >> he arrived when he was eight weeks old. now he's 5 months old. he's gained 30 pounds and stolen everybody's heart here. >> we remember that day. it's been a big month. he made his first visit to central park. he took his very first train trip to the united states naval academy in maryland. he even got a chance to tour the sunday night football bus. >> charlie is living the dream. olivia is also somebody we've gotten to know and adore, she's charlie's trainer.
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bengie. and amos. >> how is charlie doing? >> he's doing amazing. all the environmentals and modes of transportation will help him exude deps with his veteran wherever they decide to travel. >> learning new things like touch? >> yes. when charlie learned how to retrieve in a couple of months, e's going have to bring that item all the way to my hand. so one thing he's learning good boy, good boy. charlie, touch. very good. >> it's also the foundation for pushing buttons, closed doors. >> what's fun about charlie, he's so fun to cuddle with us but when you turn on the vest he becomes a different dog. >> yeah. he gets really focused and takes all of his enthusiasm and
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all the people around. >> let's check anthony and joe and you adore amos and bengie. what does it mean to you to have amos in your life? >> i went from living with sickness to going anywhere. stairs, walking disstarngs he actually helped me with my date. up and down stairs is not an issue where it used to be an issue, a little bit rocky. it's an amazing, amazing it really is. >> incredible to see how much of a part of your life. joe, tell me your dog how much it's meant to you. >> he's a part of my family, a part of my sports is. he's helped mitigate my disability to the point where i'm a completely different person than i was when i got him. i got him back in 2008 and this has just been -- dedicated my entire time since then to helping america's vet dogs. it's something i believe in so strongly. a game-changer.
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how it came to be, how their training went. >> of course, we know your service dogs are such a big part of your lives and as a thank you for your service, our friends at pedigree are donating $25,000 to america's vet dogs we want to present this plaque to you guys. and olivia, we're going to ask you to hold onto that. also you guys are going to get a little something extra. pedigree is giving you each a one-year supply of and they dierng the same for the entire america's vet graduating class. >> thank you to pedigree. joe and anthony, thank you for your service, thank you for being with us. we really appreciate it. olivia, keep up the good work. you, too, charlie. coming up next, everybody's going to get into this. ultimate football food for sunday night's game between the pats and the seahawks, but first
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we are back. it is 8:39. we're back at 8:39. come on in. we've got the new england patriots and seattle seahawks. it's the first time since super bowl xlix. it's like i've been planking. >> you're planking for two. >> th because thanksgiving is almost here. missy robness head chef at lilia and chef ryan hardy from new york's charlie burt and pasqual's restaurants. take your positions. you guys are up. >> what are we making? this is awesome football food. >> it's fun, thanksgiving. it's a key thing. we're going to make some ray gu. turkey and sausage ragu. it's going to be cold weather
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>> here are your ingredients. >> sausage, turkey. >> what is this? >> this is fennel. >> oh. i'm not known for my culinary expertise. >> we're going to cook it all together with dried pasta, whatever you like. >> what's our first step? >> we're going to start by browning the meat. we've got turkey and sausage, put in the oil, cook that a little bit, remove this to a s put in the vegetables. >> you ear just browning there. >> browning the meet. it takes about ten minutes to brown the meat. if you're good you can pour it on the side table. extra virgin olive oil. >> you want to use the bits and parts at the bottom of the pan. >> we'll get that going. >> come on, lester. get in here. we get that going for about 15
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everything turns translucent. what we have is the vegetables that have cooked down with the meat trimmings and we're going toed a saffron. it's optional but gives great color and really terrific fragrant rab's. >> and tomato paste. >> yep. and kale. it helps to get your veggies in there. >> i knew that was kale, just to redeem myself. >> good job. we put wine >> we've got the vegetables, everything cooked together. put the meat back in, tomatoes, we're going to add our stock and we're going to let this cook for about 45 minutes until we gettet down to a little ragu. toss it with our fresh pasta, which we have here. >> beautiful. we've got our tasters downstairs as we let lester and misty do
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is. >> this is tender meatballs and turkey meat. a little healthier than some of the rest of the meatballs we see out there. to make it taste awesome we do pecorino, apartment sano. garlic powder, fennel seed and onions that are cooked down to add moisture and that to me is the key to meatballs. once hands too. >> tasters, what are you thinking down there? >> and then you just go. ball them up here. you can pop them in the oven, 450 for ten minutes. and once they're cooked we have a poet of really spicy tomato sauce and they go in here and finish cooking for another ten minutes or so. >> very quick. >> well, i mean we're doing it a
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>> but ten minutes here. >> toasted hero bread. really great awesome bread. chili, pecorino, and you're ready to go. >> thanks to both of you. for the recipes head to "today".com/food and patriots straight ahead, we had the food. now the concert straight ahead.
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>> announcer: citi concert series on "today" is proudly presented to you by ci >> announcer: the citi concert series proudly presented by citi. >> sting has ten grammy awards, a golden glove and a million.
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roots with the new album "57th and ninth." >> we're going to hear that in a moment. first a classic with sting. take it away. ?? ??
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>> announcer: we are so happy to have sting her we're so happy to have sting here celebrating the lease of his >> "57th and ninth". >> i love that. that's the intersection you walk by all the time your honor way to the studio and we'll all be moving now. this is a real return to your rock roots. >> it really is. for the past ten years i've been making esoteric music, following
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>> i know it's been a year since the terror attack in paris. you're going to help reopen the bataclan theater. >> i've been asked. that mice job. i wanted to do that. we'll honor those people who lost their lives and also celebrate that wonderful historic venue and bring it back to life. >> what are you going to sing for us? >> my new single, of course. it's called "i can't stop thinking about
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? i can't stop thinking about you i can't stop wanting you this way ? ? i can't stand living without you that's why i'm searching ? ? this heart's a lonely hunt er?
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?? ?? ? do i hear laughter in the silence ?
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folds of my adventure ? ?? ? i can't face living without you night and day ? ? this heart's a lonely hunter these hands are frozen fists ? ? i can't stop thinking about you i don't care if you exist ? ? i can't stop thinking about you i can't stop wanting you this way ? ? i can't face living without you
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sting. thank you so much. the album is called "57th and 9th." >> that was awesome. we can't stop thinking about you. >> we want to hear more. >> the baby was kicking. right now we've goal willy. where's willy. >> sting was so good the unborn child was happening. i saw it. coming up sunday we talk about the vs kendrick. 8:56 is your time on november 11th. good morning to you. i'm eun yang. this svelte rans day and we have people who need to get to work. we check in with melissa. >> if you have to get to work, it's a pretty nice commute. no big worries.
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actually just cleared up. southbound north capitol, that is now out of the way. >> thanks, melissa. we'll take a break and check your forecast when we come back.
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bright sunshine. we should get in to the 60s. don't think it's going to stay mild. temperatures are going to drop very quickly. we'll be in the 40s by 8:00 tonight with a blustery northwest wind and staying dry all weekend. great for the redskins on sunday but it will be cold saturday and sunday morning. >> all right, chuck. thank you. get the news time on the nbc 4 washington
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on "today's take," "freebie friday" and you can win at [ indiscernible ] from nbc news this is "today's" live from rockefeller. welcome to "today" on a . welcome to "today," november 11, 2016. i'm al along with tamron. we're so thrilled to be joined
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jordan sparks. >> thank you for having me. >> you've got a little ring. >> i just got it. >> you did? it's funny. one of those things that disappears. >> your face is so stunning we didn't notice it. >> want one. >> super tiny. super, super tiny. >> did it hurt? >> um. >> that means yes. >> sometimesite's painful. something happened or you have one hurts. >> jordin is coming in hot. >> that's exactly why she rose to fame the sixth season of "american idol." i feel like we've known you forever. >> it's about to be ten years. >> take a look at this.
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>> go for it. ? you were always there for me the den ter wind that carried me ? ? a light in the door ?? >> look at her face. there's only a few people behind me. it was season six. >> hello. ? my world is a better >> i was so happy i hit that note. >> it was like it worked. >> oh, my gosh. >> that's amazing. >> it's really crazy to think about. i feel like it's kind of a twilight zone feeling because i feel like it was just yesterday. >> that's what i was thinking. >> it was ten years since i auditioned. i auditioned in 2006 and the live shows didn't start until 2007. it's crazy.
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i knew i believed in myself by idol was pandemonium at that time. i was like anybody could potentially win and i thought, if i do -- i could win. i believed that i could. oh, my mom and dad snoopd then you go on to be an amazing actress. >> thank you. >> you light up everything that you do. the music continues. >> and you have a new film coming broken rose." >> oh, my gosh. adorable. >> it's actually very fitting for today. today svelte ranns day and the lovely blond you see right there. her name is amber in the film. she was with her husband in afghanistan, so it's all about her, you know, kind of losing her faith and trying to get back from the broken road that she's on and trying to maneuver her way and i play character that just supports her.
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would respond if my friends were in trouble or my mom and they needed that shoulder to cry on. it's a very encouraging film and i think it's going to be really amazing. the other really cool thing about it is that disabled american veterans, we are -- i'm an ambassador for them, but a part of the proceeds from the film go to them. >> i don't think i ever heard of that before, that the proceeds go directly to the veterans. >> a portion of it. >> that's beautiful. >> i just think it's going to be great. i feel like anybody who sees encouraged. they're going to be better when they walk out than when they came in. >> what's so great about it, and you're seeing more and more of it, there are great faith-based films that are addressing a real need that's out there. a real desire that people have. >> yeah. i think people -- hope is something -- hope and faith is something that people -- sometimes they don't realize they need it until they hear a
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changes them and makes them want to do the same thing for somebody else. now more than ever we need hope and faith. life is about kindness. i'm going to choose to be happy. >> you're just infect use, and i know you've surrounded yourself in a bubonic plague way. brian is a veteran. >> yes. >> we bodyguard. your step-dad james also a vet and you spent time in san bernardino. i was told you were put through your paces, is that right? >> i got to train with them. they were built in a town and city. >> good for you. >> didn't get to wear the fatigues but i think that's about 40 pounds of gear.
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>> i got lucky. somebody gets the skittles and everybody fights over it. you got skittles yesterday. it was really interesting. i always wanted to do things with the troops and support them in any way i can. to actually go and train with them and see what they go through because you think about it. it's not your reality if you don't have anybody who's currently serving or you haven't gone through the experience, but holding that gun, that's the city they built, so they're able to if they went overseas. and if you haven't been, it's definitely very interesting. i appreciate them. >> one of the things that changed my life was doing a uso tour with jay leno and craig robinson and leon schlessinger, and you're there. we were at the airbase.
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and servicepeople the same way again. we owe them so much. >> my dad was in the ar many i for 30 year and you grow up in the home and see a perspective for 30 year. the bottom line is the country sees the sacrifice. a lot of companies are saying thank you in special ways to military members. they're actually offering discounts. applebee's, a free meal from a special menu and a coupon. for vets and active military until 7:00 p.m. krispy kreme doughnuts, aka veterans. bridges across american offering free wedding gowns. >> brides across america. >> i love that. >> for more ghofgs to bridesacrossamerica.com. send us your wedding pictures,
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photos and video of the baby. >> how much did you weigh? >> i think i was 8 or 9. >> i was 4 pounds 10 ounces. >> you were a premie? >> yep. >> i thought i knew everything. >> rob and black china. this is epic. they did the challenge while black china was delivering. please look at this. there we go. kris's boyfriend. there's black china's mom, rob. don't know who that is. they did -- that is awesome. >> i like it. >> what did the baby do about the mannequin. >> they'll have that forever. >> they'll have this forever. >> she has the upside.
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people see privacy in their life. >> they have a reality show. everything is out there. >> obviously. in fact. it was almost too much. >> this weekend you might go to a concert or live performance. etiquette. what to do and what not to do. that's always controversial. >> so "wall street journal" has a roundup of some of the worst behaviors. taking photos with the flash on. >> agreed. >> at a concert? a live event. >> yeah. >> the lights are on. >> does it bother you? >> record all you want. the flash is unnecessary. the stage is lit already. you don't need a flash. >> it hurts your photo. >> yeah. >> okay. >> shushing people nearby. >> i think it's situational. you know how people after they sing, they're telling a story and people want to be loud or whatever. some people want to listen and some who only want to hear the song.
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i'm like this at a concert. >> this is mine. i'm an old guy. standing. the folk who stand the whole time when you're sitting and they're blocking your view. that's why they sell seats. >> i know. i know. >> sometimes you're so caught up in the moment, though. >> okay. for the moment, not for a whole concert. >> and sit down. okay, all right. >> i think it's situational too. and also how you ask people. would you mind -- i can't -- >> this is good. >> arriving the front. >> no one likes that. we all agree on that. >> climbing on someone's shoulders to get a better view. >> unless you're 3, do not get on someone's shoulder. and you're at a "doorer the explorer" concert. though goes back to standing while people are sitting. you're blocking everybody. >> there's usually a little beverage involved. i've got a question. from the stage obviously certain
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you? >> it depends on the venue, i think. i like to see the audience. for the most part, sometimes a spotlight is so bright i can't see past the first or second row and i've asked them to -- i'm like i don't need that spotlight. we're good. i want to see everybody. i want to see everybody. it's an experience for me as well as the audience members >> do you think drake would have liked to have seen this when i took my daughter to him a few years ago. >> this is al. >> he was at drake. there was a bunch of other hip-hop artists. >> you started the mannequin challenge. >> you started it. >> i did. >> you get credit for this. you started the mannequin challenge. >> yes, i did. >> i want you to know. it just depends.
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taking her. >> not anymore. >> remember him doing this thing. girl in the leopard pants, i see you. girl, i see you. he could. see, but they loved it. >> there were 3,000 women wearing leopard pants. come on. >> come on, al. >> i see you. hey, you waiting for the weather. i see you. le i see you. i see you. i feel the rain coming up on the gulf coast. i still can't get black china's picture out of my mind. we've got the 80s making their way through the southwest. 80s in southern florida. chilly through the great lakes and we're looking at more wet weather making its way. tumbling temps around the great lakes and we've got plenty oif sunshine in the east. that's what's going on around the country. here's what's happening in your
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got it with you, al, no problem. temperatures are quickly moving inte pe50s ne 60. won't go a lot warmer than this. maybe another three or four degrees or so. eventually wind are heading in. it's going to be very blustery. northwest winds, 20 to 25 miles an hour or higher. temperatures briefly in the 60s. they'll be in the 40s by 8:00 torchlt only upper 40s to near 50 tomorrow. good weather for the redskins on sunday. nd weather. >> what were they doing when you were seeing them at home. >> okay. up next, it may be our biggest freaky friday. i know you think we say this every friday. but trust me on this, i've got your back. >> including you folks at home. >> we're going to get crazy. you people outside and at home, do not leave. we're going to include you. we've got magician jason bishop.
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good morning. it's 9:26. i'm aaron gilcrest. president obama is heading to arlington cemete he'll be laying a wreath on the tomb of the unknown soldier. he's also expected to deliver an address. this is happening at 11:00 this morning. we'll show it to you live on "news4" midday. the oldest living veteran is receiving a special honor. bill moore is 108 years old. he's having breakfast at the white house and later will be at the memorial. we'll have a look at your
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we first fell wow. we first fell in love with him in 1989 after his breakout role in "cool intention." >> and he "crash." >> now ryan's coming to the small screen with the new usa series "shooter." in the series he plays a decorated u.s. marine veteran who's brought back into action to help prevent a plot to kill the president. >> it's good to see you. >> you, too, captain. >> teen though you were hard to track down.
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>> how's your hip? >> i don't think i'll be in "circue du soleil" any time soon but getting by. is this a friendly call or secret service visit? >> you're the pelican. >> color of the day, right? >> damn, you don't miss a thing, do you. >> good morning. >> good morning. >> i love that movie. this one is kind of based on it, but how does this one differ a little bit? >> it differs in a lot of based on is called "point of impact." my character is a veteran of the afghanistan theater. in the series bob had a wife and child which he didn't in the film version. it grounds the show. there's lots of twists and turns, particularly with omar's
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people who enjoyed the book and movie will enjoy the series. >> it's not a retelling. >> yeah. it stands on its own. >> what was it like training for the role of a former marine? i'm sure the mental has as much to do with it as the physical. >> it absolutely does, especially when you talk about the technique of being a sniper. it's very zen. you have to block out your surroundings, focus on your breathing. off the shot. i shot with them. i hit a 12-inch target at 900 yards. >> you did. >> it's legit. so what you're seeing is real. i worked hard to do that. >> that's awesome. >> did you transfer any of that to your everyday life? i would go to my zen spot every day. >> i'm trying to a little bit here and there. i think it's positive thing. >> and you've about got
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you've got an announcement to make. >> i've recently become an official ambassador for hiddenheroes.org. based around military network for those who take care of our disabled vets. so i spent time yesterday at james st. peters medical center in the bronx and got to sit and talk with some of the families and some of the vets and s making a difference for these individuals. i was really inspired yesterday. i could have spent -- >> it's a perspective on life. >> it absolutely does. i often feel our veterans feel discarded and they're afraid to ask for help, too scared. they're men and women who stared death in the eyes and now they're home and wounded and they're sort of afraid to ask for help. and so it's a great thing that hidden heroes does and i'm proud
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hidden hero. there's heroes everywhere. >> one of the things you're very proud of, you were honored with got your 6 project. >> absolutely. i've done a fair amount of military themed projected all my life. i've come from the military. i worked with got your 6 in the past. what they're trying to do is -- oftentimes we see the veteran veteran who's homeless and needs a handout. got your 6 is trying to find that spot in the middle. in the communities, veterans are regarded differently, not seen as one or the other. >> real people, three-dimensional people. ryan, thank you so much. >> congratulations. >> thank you so much. >> the show's good, i'm telling you. >> we want to also thank the james st. peters medical center
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food," sausage stuffing. we've been cook up thanksgiving dishes to help you plan your hollywood. my pal bo mcmillan. he's with the mountain resort in arizona. he makes his sausage stuffing one way. i make mine. i'm not going to say better but a little different. it's all beautiful because it all ends up stuffing. >> it's all gravy.
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>> apple with chestnut. a traditional recipe. i grew up in plymouth, mass. keep it simple. you have pork. i've added some onions and celery diced and you're going to cook that until it's translucent. once that's done, your base is ready for the stuffing. i have brie owe. it keeps your stuffing -- it doesn't let it dry out so i really, really nice. >> very airy. >> exactly. once those brie owe cubes are in there, the next thing you've about got to do is sweep off the basil and butter. that's where the apples and chestnuts go. you fold everything. season it up. fresh parsley. beautiful thyme and awesome sage. don't be scared with it.
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chicken stock, whichever you prefer. that will wet it down. the apple cider vinegar. >> a nice sweetness to it. >> yeah. give it a little sault and pepper. that's important. then you're going to mix this bad bore and get it in your casserole dish. we cook for 500 people on thanksgiving. we mix it up real good and butter and line the pan and then parch meant on top. 40 minutes at and roll. >> you put it in the oven and it comes out like this. >> exactly. >> do you like to break yours separately or in the turkey. >> turkey's the way go. >> nobody's gotten sick doing that. >> exactly. >> come on, people. i'm going to do a little cornbread stuffing. they maybe put celery. i don't like celery. i'm going to take that oust here. of course, we've got hot sausage.
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sausage. once we do that, we get rid of that and put it in a pan. then what we're going to do is take some of the onion, all right, wet that down and then sage and rosemary. again, not using the celery. >> right. i like that you're bringing the heat with the spicy sausage. >> thank you very much. we take that. we even got our little sausage here, throw this in. of time, let it sit for a day or two so it gets a little stale or you can make your own and let it sit for a while. now you've got your cornbread cube. for a little sweetness, i go with cranberries. >> native to massachusetts, i like your call. >> chestnuts. because it's nice. a sweetness, a little meatiness.
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of course, your lovely stock. we're going to pour in that. >> what kind of sauce? >> turkey or chicken stock if you want. a little salt and pepper. >> we're cooking. >> same thing. we put it in a buttered casserole dish. >> very similar. >> the differences being the cornbread. >> great minds think alike. you bake it and boom. >> you, my friend, r >> where's the spooning. >> the spooning? i've been waiting my whole life for you to say that. >> she meant you and i. >> suddenly it took a turn. >> love you, al. have a good evening, everybody. >> hold on a second. thanks so much. for these recipes, head to today.com/food. remember, november 23rd, we're having a pre-thanksgiving celebration on our plaza, 30 chefs and a whole lot of surprises.
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>> i see this in my mind every day i wake up. >> i could do this all day. >> my man. >> let's take a look at your weekend -- your outlook. unseasonably warm. we've got plenty of sunshine making its way through the great lakes and we've got wet weather in the pacific northwest. sunday sunday we're looking at heavy rain in the pacific northwest. it ooh going to be toeftdy in the midsection. a little wet weather also making its way through the southeast. that's what's going on around the country. here's 's >> mostly sunny outside right now. it's going to be a breezy afternoon today. temperatures will get into the low to mid-60s. cooler weather rolls in. cool tomorrow morning. saturday's high, 50 degrees. it's likely to be sunday morning. even downtown locations could be close to freezing. all the outlying areas. then sunday sunday afternoon up near 60 degrees. dry for the redskins game and a good viewing for the super moon sunday night into monday
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bo, this is spectacular. >> thank you, my man. we appreciate it. >> we don't really need the turkey. >> just the stuffing. >> one of my favorites. coming up next, we're going to make this stuffing disappear but magician jason bishop is going to make some things disappear. let's say you're going to be amazed. great deals for reals! ...and our competitors' rates side-by-side, so you know you're getting a great deal. saving the moolah. west. not always the lowest! jamie. what are you doing? -i'm being your hype man. not right now. you said i was gonna be the hype man. no, we said we wouldn't do it. i'm sorry, we were talking about savings. i liked his way. cha-ching! talking about getting that moneeeey! talking about getting that moneeeey! savings worth the hype. now that's progressive. liste of bad breath germse. for a 100% fresh mouth. feeling 100%
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our next gu just another magic friday and our next guest jason bishop. >> he's here to astonish us with a very special four-legged assistant. jason, who is this? >> gizmo. >> good boy. >> you've been into magic since you were a little one. >> yeah. always fascinated since i was little, never thought i could do it. 15 years old, went all in. >> was gizmo the same thing as a youngup magician? >> he taught me everything i know. he was in the show the first week i had him. aisle going to do a trick with him. do you want do it? high five? let's do it, buddy. let's go. >> i can't handle it. >> very nice. >> nice touch. >> gizmo's trick. >> it's gizmo's box instead of
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>> come on. wait a minute. what? ? >> right under your noses there, there, there, bam. check the sleeves out. check the sleeves. >> this is making me uncomfortable. >> you never know where he ends up. he ends up in the weirdest places. >> where did he go. >> if you check your shoes, you'll see. i'm kidding but y it? there is. he comes to the theater. >> where are you performing right now? >> we're at the new theater next friday. we're the first illusionists to perform. >> what's your next one? >> i love how we moved on with gizmo missing. >> areu zbik's cube. everybody knows how to solve it.
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and solve it in the manner. but if you watch closely, i can create the illusion. >> how you do do that? >> that's crazy. >> your mind is blown. >> it really is. if we only had somebody who could bring gizmo back. >> come on. >> look at you. how did you get gizmo? >> i don't know. woul would you tell >> he was in the dressing room. >> he's happy. he's like the great place to end up. >> gizmo. >> is that the same dog? >> what a good boy. >> tell me what happened. >> you've got one more trick for us? >> yeah. >> a bunch of people here. >> tell me what happened here. >> card trick. >> i've got more tricks. >> i keep the four kings on top.
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pick a card, tamron. >> i love how you said my name. that's beautiful. >> hand it to jordin. jordin, sign your name across the front -- the face of it. sign your name. and we'll show it to everybody. so there it is. that was picked by tamron and signed by jordin and later ebayed by me. it's on t we're going to sandwich her card between these two kings like that. over here we have the two red kings. they go like that. al, put out your hand. i'm going to put this right here. can you put your hand over the top so nobody can get to that? okay. so i've got the card picked by you, signed by you. holding onto those. watch recommend closely here. >> listen.
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>> what? >> that's cool. here's what's crazy. you're a little bit away. i haven't touched you. move the cards aside. between the two red ones, you'll see one upside down. go ahead and pull that out. >> come on. >> stop. >> get out. unbelievable. wow, jason. thank you. you're performing at the new victory theater. back in a moment.
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so cute. >> thank you so much. >> guess who was with us today? andrew. >> we have sting and so much more.
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9:57 is your time. good morning. i'm eun yang. take a look at this girl. this is 21-year-old kaitlyn joncht campus police say she's been missing since yesterday afternoon. she may have a black and white camping backpack and a green canvas bag with her. if you know where she might be, call police. now let's check the forecast for the weekend.
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saturday morning. is it going to be cold? >> it is. the leaves are rustling. the leaves are going by. the northwest winds will be with us. highs tomorrow morning in the low 50s. if you're coming out to prevent hiv tomorrow, the walk to end hiv, come on down and join us. do know you need to bundle up or layer up and jog in place furiously untilhe jog. >> will do. coming up live we'll take you live the arlington national cemetery.
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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. >> sting. >> we have two great surprises. sting is going to be performing on our show on this friday, november 11th. and our second surprise, look who's filling in for kathie lee, the hilarious, his name is andrew. >> that's correct. that's correct. >> look at you sitting here like you're a talk show host.

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