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good mo good morning. on life support? the gop senate health care bill already facing major opposition. leading the charge for republicans, including senator rand paul. so is there any chance it passes? we'll ask senator paul in a live interview. danger spreading, cindy pushing farther inland one day after pounding the south with torrential rain and spawning destructive tornados. today's flood threat stretching from louisiana all the way to pennsylvania. breaking overnight, north korea denying it tortured former detainee otto warmbier. calling itself the biggest victim in his death. as thousands tribute
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service. those stories plus a cosby juror speaks out. johnny depp under fire. and a golden rule of golf broken. you won't believe who's behind the wheel today, friday, june 23, 2017. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie live from studio 1-a in rockefeller plaza. >> and good morning, everyone. welcome to "today" on this friday morning. we thank you for joining us. as a golfer, gasping over that last story, but i'll save my outrage for later. >> well, president trump's probably thinking, it's my golf course, i'll drive if i want to. >> we've got a lot to get to. let's start with the battle over that new health care bill from senate republicans. >> it actually keeps the basic structure of the affordable care act, obamacare, the republicans have railed against, but there are sweeping
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that required people to buy insurance. it gradually deepens the cuts to medicaid, and it defunds planned parenthood. >> so what's ahead, a vote could come as early as next week but republican leaders have got some work to do while president trump is voicing his support, several gop senatoris saying they'll oppose the bill. >> some of the nation's top medical groups are also weighing in this morning, finding fault with the plan. the aarp is telling every senator to vote no. >> our political team ready to break it all down and we'll also talk to senator rand paul, one of the republicans who's come out against the bill, but let's begin with nbc national correspondent peter alexander. peter, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the senate republican health care bill is out, but many republicans simply aren't buying it. jeopardizing what leaders had hoped would be a quick vote to pass it. this morning, the president is praising the plan, conce
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little negotiation is needed but again blasting obamacare as a "disaster." hosting a picnic for members of congress, president trump giving a grilling. >> some really great people, i have to say. mostly. mostly. couple of bad ones, but that's okay. >> reporter: days after calling the house health care bill mean, tweeting, i'm very supportive of the senate version. but even after legislative surgery, senate republicans long-awaited obamacare replacement already flat lining. >> we promised to repeal obamacare. the current bill looks like we're keeping large parts of obamacare. >> reporter: four gop senators immediately arguing as is, it falls short. mr. trump telling fox news he hopes those senators will come around. >> well, they're also four good guys and they're four friends of mine and i think that they'll probably get there. we'll have to see. you know, health care is a very difficult situation. >> reporter: but the president's party can only afford to lose two votes or it fails. >> i can not support all
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millions of people losing their health insurance. >> reporter: so, what's in the bill? while it keeps key republican promises like ending a mandate to buy insurance and defunding plan t parenthood, the senate plan slashes health care subsidies for low and middle class americans. as for giving states money to expand medicaid, that would gradually end, beginning in 2020 and the cuts would be even deeper than in the house plan. and opioid addiction, $2 billion. just a fraction of what some republicans wanted to cover a growing national crisis. the senate's bill does include protections for those with preexisting conditions, but no longer mandates states to require coverage for maternity care, mental health treatment, and e.r. visits. >> keep it off the senate floor. >> reporter: late thursday, protesters confronting lawmakers
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and earlier on capitol hill, more than 40 people, some in wheelchairs, arrested and dragged from outside the office of the senate's republican leader. democrats defiant. >> these cuts are blood money. people will die. >> reporter: the senate plan even drawing a fierce rebuke from president obama. the senate bill unveiled today is not a health care bill, he wrote on facebook. "it's a massive transfer of wealth from middle class and poor families to the richest people in america. simply put, if there's a chance you might get sick, get old, or start a family, this bill will do you harm." to be clear, supporters argue this bill will help fix a failing health care system while lowering premiums for many americans despite the president's early praise, the republicans' plan notably does not line up with one of candidate trump's major promises, that he would not cut medicaid. bottom line, one way
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mitch mcconnell looking for a vote on this next week. let's turn to republican senator rand paul who's with us from washington. good morning to you. you are one of four republicans who oppose this bill because you think essentially it's obamacare lite. it's not going far enough. let me quote the rolling stones for you, though. you can't always get what you want. if it comes down to this bill or no bill at all, would you really rather do nothing? >> well, i don't think the choices are binary. i think the choices are, do they want our votes or they don't want our votes. they have to have at least two of the four of us and so that means the bill has to get better and it has to get more to our liking. the current bill keeps the fundamental flaw of obamacare. the fundamental flaw of obamacare is that if you can get insurance after you get sick, you will, and without the individual mandate, that sort of adverse selection, the death spiral, the elevated premiums, all of that that's going on gets worse under this bill, and so what this bill does is it d
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stabilization fund and says, oh, we'll have cheaper insurance if we subsidize it. well, you could have cheaper cars if you have a stabilization fund for cars or iphones or education. that typically has not been a republican idea just to empty the treasury to lower prices. >> but the reality -- >> particularly because we have a $500 billion deficit already this year. >> but the reality of it, senator, is if you and your conservative colleagues get what you want, in this bill, then moderates are not going to get what they want. so, how is mitch mcconnell supposed to navigate that catch-22 in seven days? >> well, i think we ought to evaluate what we were for and what we have been for. for six years, we've run on repealing obamacare. we didn't run on keeping obamacare. so, right now, as the bill stands, the obamacare subsidies that the democrats saying everybody's going to die because we don't have enough subsidies, we have equal subsidies or exceeding obamacare subsidies, even jonathanr
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yesterday, it looks like they're keeping it. we have more government subsidies in our bill, perhaps, than obamacare has. our bill may cost more in the first two years than obamacare cost. that's not repeal. >> let me ask you about essential benefits. under this plan that coverage for existing conditions stays, but states have the right to waive many of the essential benefits mandated by the aca, preventive care, maternity care, prescription drug coverage, substance abuse and mental health treatment. when you look at that list, isn't that the very essence of health care coverage? >> well, here's the problem. and i think president obama had a big heart and many democrats want to help people, but when you add mandates to insurance, you make it more expensive. so, let's say i make $30,000 a year and you add 12 mandates, my insurance has to include 12 things that you think are good for me. what if my insurance now costs $10,000 and i say, what the heck, i can't afford
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also because you tell me, you know what, if you get leukemia, you can just buy in later. we add regulatory mandates that elevate the cost so poor people can't buy it and healthy young people won't buy it but then we say to everyone, it's okay, you can get it after you're sick. that is a terrible sort of situation. that is perverse incentives are what are destroying the insurance market. >> senator, you've talked about that. you just said that this republican plan keeps all those subsidies, continues to poor federal government money into health care, and yet you have president trump, who has promised insurance for everybody. he promised on the campaign, everyone will be beautifully covered. that is a quote. >> i don't disagree with the president. i'm actually for insurance for everyone. my goal is the least expensive insurance to the most people. >> does this bill do that? >> but you know what does that better than any government program? when supply and demand meet, you get the most goods distributed to the most amount of people at the least
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that's when you have freedom in the marketplace to let prices go up and down. you let the consumer choose based on price. and i'll give you an example of where it works. lasik surgery. that's a surgery that i did to help people get rid of their glasses. the price has gone down by 75% over the last 15 years because consumers pay for it and they shop according to price. >> real quickly, makes sense, but pre-obamacare, didn't we have essentially a market system? >> not really. >> we didn't have insurance for everybody. >> this is sort of the misunderstanding. a lot of people, and we were part of this, we blamed everything on obamacare, but really the system was failing before obamacare. obamacare didn't make it better. i think it got worse. but the thing is, we're keeping fundamentally the problems. we had a fork in the road. before obamacare, the system was failing. insurance rates were going through the roof. under obamacare, it continued. what you really want is you want the consumer to be connected to the product. when the consumer cares about the price, there's competition,
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if we have a sufficient belief in the market system that has made all, you know, has given america her greatness, we can make health care great in this country but you have to embrace freedom and capitalism. >> two seconds, is this going to pass. >> the bill has a chance and i'm still open to it but it has to be drug in the direction of free markets, capitalism, choice, and you got to get rid of the regulations that are causing the prices to go up too much. >> senator rand paul, thank you so much. we got to jump. but thank you. appreciate it. >> good to see you. thanks. chuck, good morning to you. you just heard senator paul's reservations. how's this going to play out over the next seven days. >> look, i think you're going to hear -- you've got moderates that are not happy with it. susan collins, a moderate from maine, a moderate from alaska, you have the conservative angst here. i think rand paul has set a high bar for his support and i think mitch mcconnell, the senate majority leader, is almost trying to find a path to enough
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so i don't think this bill's going to get more conservative. if anything, i think it's possible this bill somehow gets more generous on the medicaid front, because you're going to have a couple of key governors, ohio, nevada, republican governors that have expanded medicaid, who have republican senators in their states who are sort of on the fence on this. i think that's the path that happens here. but i tell you this. mitch mcconnell, he's doing this in a week on purpose. it's sort of shock and awe. you either get it done in a week or it goes away in a week. >> lot to watch over the next seven days. chuck, thank you very much. of course he's going to have much more on the new health care fight this sunday on meet t"mee press." the president making some controversial claims in a new interview. this after he finally acknowledged, no, he did not make secret recordings of his meetings with the former fbi director, james comey. nbc's chief white house correspondent hallie jackson's got that part of the story this morning. hi, hallie. good morning.
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trump appears to be questioning the credibility of special counsel robert mueller, accusing him of being too cozy with fired fbi director james comey. that's after republican leaders like paul ryan say mueller should be allowed to do his job and all that comes as the president facing a deadline today is finally putting to rest a tapes mystery more than a month in the making. new this morning, president trump raising doubts about special counsel robert mueller in an interview with fox news. >> he's very, very good friends with comey, which is very bothersome. >> reporter: a former intelligence official tells nbc news mueller is investigating the president for possible obstruction of justice. >> there's been no collusion, no obstruction and virtually everybody agrees to that. >> reporter: these comments coming after a 41-day drama. the president finally putting an end to a mystery he created when he implied there may have been tapes of his conversations with the fbi director he
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and do not have, any such recordings." >> i'm curious why it took so long, 41 days, for this to be laid to rest. >> you guys asked for an answer. he gave you one. >> reporter: the president had until today to tell the house intelligence committee about any recordings that might have existed of his talks with james comey. >> if the president didn't make tapes, then why did he hang the idea of tapes over james comey's head? was he trying to intimidate him? >> reporter: the original tweet came may 12, "james comey better hope that there are no tapes of our conversations before he starts leaking to the press." comey says when he saw that, he gave his memos, documenting conversations with the president, to a friend to share publicly. >> i thought, that might prompt the appointment of a special counsel. >> reporter: for now, a he said/he said battle that tapes could have settled. >> i've seen the tweet about tapes. lordy, i hope there are tapes. >> reporter: and this morning, new concerns about what president trump talked about with his director of national inig
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familiar with the conversation, dan coates told congressional investigators behind closed doors, president trump seemed obsessed with the russia probe and repeatedly asked coates to say publicly there was no evidence of collusion. and this morning, we are also taking a look at our latest nbc news poll, giving a snapshot into how americans view president trump. just 31% of people polled gave him high marks for being honest and trustworthy. back to you. north korea has carried out another rocket engine test. apparently within the last 24 hours. this is the latest in a series of engine and missile trials by that regime this year. u.s. officials say this type of engine could be used for a space launch, but they fear it might actually be part of north korea's program to develop an intercontinental ballistic missile. meantime, a second american test of a new missile defense system failed this week when it was unable to shoot
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missile over the pacific ocean. tens of millions across the eastern half of the country are facing a day of heavy rain as the remnants of tropical storm cindy are pushing inland. that massive system has already caused major problems in the south, widespread flooding, even powerful tornados. we're going to get al's forecast in just a moment. but let's start with the weather channel's reynolds wolf. he's in alabama this morning. reynolds, good morning. we can see the destruction behind you. >> reporter: absolutely. and as you can see from high above, the sheer randomness of the damage, some places it is just obliterated but other places, you can even see bottles in this liquor store, still in perfect formation. 11,000 people called this community home and it is amazing that with this coming through, with the confirmed ef-2 winds, there was no loss of life but four injuries. all this spawned from a tropical system that made landfall hundreds of miles from this spot. this morning, the fast-moving storm, what's left of tropical storm cindy, is
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south. and still packing a very dangerous punch. through the night, tornado watches and warnings keeping residents in the atlanta area on edge. just west of birmingham, alabama, an ef-2 tornado collapsing walls and blowing away roofs. >> we're looking at 120 miles per hour, pretty considerable damage. >> all of a sudden, the wind started getting stronger. >> reporter: residents shaken by close calls. >> when i looked up, it was a stick of wood had gone through my windshield of my car, and i'm just blessed to be here to tell this story. >> reporter: this liquor store was levelled but these bottles untouched. >> the tornado came and tore down the walls and left the liquor bottles up, you know, standing up. that's amazing to me. >> reporter: thousands are without power, but no serious injuries. around the gulf coast, the remnants of cindy unleashing torrential rains, causing flash flooding throughout the area. wind whipping up the surf. now the sun is beginning t
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clean-up, as you can tell, is right behind me. they've got a long way to go. problem is the people that call this community home and many others across the south, we've got another round of severe weather possible today for parts of tennessee and, yes, back here in the great state of alabama. mr. roker, what's left of cindy? where's she headed? >> she's heading east and it's going to interact with another system and that's going to cause the big problems. we've got the remnants of cindy smack dab in the center of arkansas. we are looking today at a slight risk for birmingham, tupelo, all the way up to charleston, 11 million people at risk. isolated tornados, damaging wind, so the remnants of cindy hook up with this frontal system and push in strong storms, especially by later this evening on into parts of pennsylvania all the way down into atlanta, through saturday. the showers and thunderstorms will linger through the coast. we right now have flash flood threats from warnings to
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for 800 miles for 30 million people and the rainfall amounts through sunday, especially up as you get into the northeast, we're looking at 5 to 7 inches of rain through the mississippi, ohio, tennessee river valleys as well and that may be causing some more flooding as we head on into sunday. we're going to get to your local forecast coming up in the next 30 seconds. good morning. 73 degrees right now in the district. it's cloudy, a lot of the rain is making its way out of the beltway, but it is still
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towards ana police right now. even as you go a little bit further south but a lot of this is starting to kind of dry out of the area. so for today, just as morning showers otherwise humid and windy, 88 for a high temperature. we still could see an isolated shower on thunderstorm later this afternoon, and early tomorrow morning, expect the rain when you wake up. clearing for sunday. >> that's your latest weather. >> thank you. coming up, a startling claim from north korea overnight, why the regime is now saying it is the biggest victim in otto warmbier's death. and why johnny depp's in hot water for what he just said about the president. but first, on a friday morning, this is "today" on nbc. is "today" on nbc.
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we have breaking news right now at 7:26. a lot of you are going to hit major delays because of a nasty crash inside the d.c. line. >> someone was killed in a pile-up on new york avenue. justin finch is live at the scene. hey, justin. >> reporter: hey there, adam, good morning. just getting word that outbound new york avenue northeast is opening to traffic. however, you will still find some closures going inbound on new york avenue. we are on route 50 approaching the anacostia river bridge where you can see traffic is slow going this morning after that crash overnight. one person killed, one person critical, three others injured, the aftermath closing down a block of new york avenue. melissa keeping an eye on traffic. >> thanks so much. as justin just mentioned, we have those
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now. that is good. ree inbound bw parkway, southbound there, has to continue on to kennel worth avenue. you can see the bellway here looks okay, pretty dry there right now but all of the green there showing where we have had moisture falling. westbound icc near new hampshire, crash along the left side. we're going to get a check of your friday forecast coming up next. stay with us.
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good morning. still watching the rain moving through, but a lot of it has cleared out for most of the area. if you're in annapolis, you're seeing the rain pretty good right now. later on today, still the chance of a shower, 88 degrees, humid, windy, mostly cloudy. tomorrow morning, we start your saturday with rain clearing through the afternoon. low humidity on sunday, sunday's looking really good. most of next week looking
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adam and ann. >> thank you very much. another local news update in 25 minutes. >> and get breaking news updates on the nbc washington tap-in par. st stay with us.
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we're back on "today," 7:30, friday morning, june 23, 2017. so glad it's friday. no one ever says that about tuesday. >> half the people in the control room already gone for the weekend. >> exactly. let's see if we can get through these headlines. the storm cindy weakened overnight but it still remains a threat to millions. flood watches as the storm stretches from louisiana to pennsylvania. on thursday, cindy hammered the south with hearains and heavy winds. lawyers for brendon dassy, one of the men featured in the netflix series, "making a murderer" say they're going to take immediate steps to secure his release, that announcement after a federal
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ruled that his confession was improperly contained. he was sentenced to prison ten years ago after. that happened back in 2005. and more than 600 employees at a carrier plant in indianapolis will bracing for layoffs, that news just six months after then president-elect trump announced a deal that he said would save nearly all jobs at that plant and keep them from going to mexico. a union president says, once those layoffs are complete later this year, just a few hundred jobs will actually remain at that plant. breaking news overnight in the otto warmbier case. north korea is again denying that it cruelly treated oratortur or tortured the detainee. in fact, the regime says it is the biggest victim in his death. this all happened just hours after warmbier was laid to rest. nbc's katie beck is in his hometown of wyoming, ohio. katie, good morning
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more than 2,000 people showed up @funeral of otto warmbier. so many came, in fact, that they all couldn't fit inside so they stood outside and waited for the procession to pass, for a last chance to honor their fallen friend. >> he was going to set the world on fire, which is why the loss is so profound. >> reporter: the painful loss of otto warmbier and the bright future he might have had. >> he lived his life to the fullest and saw the best in everybody. >> the most optimistic and full of life person i've ever met. >> reporter: his hometown in the heartland, wrapping arms around each other and ribbons around trees. >> didn't have to have otto in your home to feel like you've lost a piece of your family. >> reporter: for warmbier's family, a heartbreaking good-bye to a beloved son and big brother of two. on display at his funeral thursday, warmbier's final possessions, his passport and his tan jacket. >> please save my
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wore at trial in north korea where he spent 17 months in prison for allegedly steal ago poster until he arrived home last week in a coma. senator rob portman lobbied north korea in secret meetings to release north korea t. today, three other americans are still being held by north korea. their future unknown. >> what happened to otto should not be repeated and it should not happen again. we are deeply concerned for three american detainees who are in their custody. >> reporter: pyongyang freed ken benea gwyne bae in 2014. the korean-american missionary was accused of anti-government acts. >> i do believe that the trump administration can do more to secure the detainees and release of the detainees. >> reporter: back in ohio, warmbier's funeral program featuring a poignant quoteom
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his high school graduation speech as class salutatorian. >> this is our season finale. this is the end of one great show but just the beginning to hundreds of new spinoffs. >> reporter: warmbier's two siblings and several of his friends spoke at the service. we're also told that the two u.s. state department officials that were in attendance were recognized and given a standing ovation. back to you guys. >> catie, thank you very much. we're starting to get a little pattern. we talk about rain at the top of the show and now we're going the heat out west. >> and it's actually expanded now, extending all the way up into the pacific northwest. we're talking about these heat advisories and heat warnings for 49 million people, 1200 miles stretching from seattle down to southern california, and then going out to texas. we've got about 1400 miles so we've got excessive heat spreading across the western two-thirds of the country. today, portland, oregon,
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up right now for seattle, vegas, 111, make that 112 degrees, albuquerque will be close to 100. seattle, 14 degrees above average, tucson will be 112. we'll finally start to see things start to cool down as we get into next week by tuesday. portland at 74, but phoenix, las vegas, still stay in the triple digits. that's what's going on around the country. here's what's happening in your neck of the woods. here's the latest check of storm team4 radar. still tracking scattered showers out there right now, heading out, grab that small umbrella but as we head into the lates hours, we're looking at dry conditions across the area, rain here inside of the beltway traveling along route 1 along the bw parkway dealing with some of those showers but by the afternoon, it's breezy, mainly dry, humid, with temperatures in the upper 80s. then as we look to our saturday, some rain potentially around early. otherwise breezy, sunday looking perfect. >> that's your weekend weather. any time you needto
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friends at the weather channel on cable. and now to this controversial comment from johnny depp that has the actor under fire this morning. he made an apparent joke about the assassination of a president and nbc's kirsten is following that story for us. good morning. >> reporter: the secret service telling nbc news this morning it is aware of johnny depp's comments, the actor is in the uk to promote a movie, but prompting a backlash overnight. johnny depp on stage at a music festival in the uk when, apparently speak in jest, he referred to assassinating president trump. when depp brings up trump's name, the audience jeered. >> i think he needs help. i don't know. dark, dark places he could go. >> reporter: then depp said this. >> by the way, this is going to be in the e
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when was the last time an actor assassinated a president? ent? [ cheers ] now, i want no, i want to clarify. i'm not an actor. i lie for a living. however, it's been a while. and maybe it's time. >> reporter: it's just over a week since the shooting of the gop charity baseball practice that left house majority whip steve scalise seriously injured. he's still in the hospital. depp's comments lighting up social media overnight. one tweet, secret service, are you listening? another, disney, you might want to are rethink your relationship with johnny depp. and it was just last month another hollywood celebrity, cathy griffin, posted a video of herself holding a fake severed head of president trump. the backlash caused the
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we're we're back. 7:43. we've got a good conversation with a young and influential author. megyn kil megyn megyn kelly is here with that. >> it's the story of his white working class family's struggles, his
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cycle of drug abuse and how he managed to overcome it and that painful, personal, deeply personal story has become a run-away best seller. have you been surprised by how successful it's been? >> yes. how could i not be? >> why do you think? >> i'm sitting here talking to megyn kelly. this is great. >> when i finished the book, i felt a little worried about you. >> why? >> i wondered if you had really dealt with everything. >> that's a really good question. i've never been asked this. i think that the -- the honest answer is that i probably haven't dealt with everything. fwh but that that's part of growing up and living your life is you're constantly dealing with this stuff and you're constantly working through it. the book is not an effort to sort of finally work through all of these things that happened when i was a kid. it's the beginning of an effort that will probably take me for the rest of my life and okay i'm with that.
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jd vance to the lectern. >> vance is in a unique position, a colossal success by my nsh, a marine, a graduate of ohio state and yale law school, a silicon valley venture capitalist and now an unusual move, back home again to ohio. back to columbus. >> yeah. >> why? >> well, one, it's -- about to have a baby, it's good to be close to family. but you know, the things that i care most about are not in san francisco. they're not in silicon valley. the things that i care most about are the opioid crisis, about solving some of the issues that i write about in the book and you can only do that, i think, when you're close to the problems and actually on the ground trying to help. >> reporter: two months ago, he started working for an investment firm dedicated to ohio opportunities. >> there should be more venture capitalist investing. >> reporter: and he's formed his own nonprofit, our ohio renewal. his return has started speculation
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something political. everyone wants to know whether jd's going to run for office. >> who's everyone? >> reporter: everyone. everyone. trust me. i speak to them. >> okay. >> reporter: what do you think? should he run for office? >> i think some day, if the time is right, and if he really feels that that's the best way that he can contribute to his home, then i think that would be a great idea. >> i'm very flattered when people ask me and you never say never, but it's just not something that i think about doing right now. >> reporter: so we caught up with vance as he started this new chapter of his life and it was actually a surprisingly emotional interview about where he came from and where he's going. i'll tell you this, of all the interviews i've done so far for this sunday night show, this is the one that i've thought about him every day since i met him. >> i've just started to read that book and it grabs you bit the heart. >> he gets very emotional in this as well as his sister. >> we had a story
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being the center of this opioid problem. you can see more of that interview on sunday night with megyn kelly at 7:00, 6:00 central time right here on nbc. dylan, good morning. >> good morning, guys. a major no-no that has golfers everywhere cringing. we'll show you who committed the faux pas right after this. and now it's finally here. the mercedes-benz summer event is back, with incredible offers on the mercedes-benz you've always longed for. but hurry, these shooting stars fly by fast. lease the c300 for $399 a month at your local mercedes-benz dealer. mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. out of sunscreen, going on a targetrun need anything? watermelon! water please! and soda! grandpa!! got it! get everyday low prices on everyday essentials, targetrun and done.
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>> i'm right there with you, matt. we all know that president trump loves the game of golf. he owns nearly 20 golf courses and has held countless tournaments so you would think that he would know the game's t etiquette pretty well. well, a newly surfaced video begs to differ. we have to warn you, for golfers out there, this may disturb you. take a look at this. driving all over the green at trump national golf club in new jersey. that is a major no-no for anyone who knows the game and as you can imagine, the reaction online to this video is a mash-up of sports etiquette and politics so let's dig right in. chris writes, this is unacceptable, driving on the green. sad. while aaron tweets, he owns the course, he can drive wherever he wants on it. makes a good point there. brian writing, i don't golf and even i know that's not acceptable and even some trump supporters saying, this is the first thing president trump has done that i didn't like. i feel guilty even walking on the green sometimes. how do you guys feel about this? >> yeah, that's
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it's a nice golf course, by the way, but to take a heavy golf cart and to ride right across the green, that just breaks every rule of golf. >> except remember when we turfed it pretty good with the hovercraft. >> that wasn't on the green. that was on the course. that never came near the green. i can promise you that. >> you know, i guess i know it's not okay. i don't have the visceral reaction you do. >> it's his court. what the heck. >> i don't think matt is ever going to be the same again. >> but he likes beautiful golf courses so i think that would disturb him but apparently not. >> it is his golf course. coming up, the grand finale of our sizzling summer steals and deals. you won't believe today's bargains. and andy grammer warming up.
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we have a new update about the breaking news on the roads right now. good morning to you. melissa mollet is in your first 4 traffic. >> this is good news here. new york avenue here at the anacostia river bridge, all lanes now open. we are seeing some relief already, still inbound 50, inbound 295, both pretty slow because of all the pain that caused earlier this morning. inner loop and outer loop of the beltway, no major problems, you can see southbound on 270, slow as you're approaching democracy. we'll take a quick break now and check your forecast next. stay with us.
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only some scattered light showers remain on storm team4 radar, mainly in prince george's county and moving out of fret ri -- frederick county. muggy today and breezy with a high temperature of 88. for tomorrow, another batch of rain early, potentially some heavy rain after that. a spectacular weekend. picture perfect weather for your sunday on. >> very nice, amelia. thank you. another local news update for you in 25 minutes. but for now, back to "the today show" after this short break.
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it's 8:00 on "today" and coming up, critical condition? the gop unveils its long-awaited health care bill, but do they have the votes to pass it? president trump weighing in on the fight on capitol hill. >> i think that they'll probably get there. we'll have to see. you know, health care is a very difficult situation. we're live in washington. plus, fidget spinner danger? a new report warns of the dangers behind some of the season's most popular toys. what every parent needs to know. and gearing up for grammer. pop star andy grammer gets set to perform live on our summer concert stage, today, friday, june 23, 2017.
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>> who loves andy? where'd you guys come in here from? >> boston. >> and your shirts say it all. >> 85th birthday. >> well, let's dance! ♪ >> where are you guys from? >> maryland. ♪ >> so, do you happen to like andy grammer? >> we do like andy grammer. yeah. >> say hi, andy. >> hi, andy. >> we love you, andy grammer. >> we welcome you back to "today" on this friday morning, big crowd on the plaza, many of them getting up super early. they're getting a reward, because look, andy's out there signing autographs, saying hi to his fans and we're going to get out there and join them in about half an hour. >> it's good to be alive right about now you're talking to andy grammer o
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let us begin this half hour are your news at 8:00. senate republican leaders have started to task of persuading fellow party members to back their health care plan. hallie jackson is in washington for us with the latest on this. >> reporter: hi, good morning to you. and this morning, some republicans want president trump to step up and start working it, in the words of senator lindsey graham. that's because four republicans right now say they cannot support the new senate bill as it's written, but the gop can only afford to lose two of its own members, or else the bill fails. the president, in a new interview, was telling fox news he hopes those skeptical lawmakers change their minds, calling them friends of his. the senate version of the health care bill keeps a lot of the framework of obamacare in place with some significant changes. it will end a mandate to buy insurance, that was a key gop promise. it gradually phases out the money given to states to expand medicaid and makes deeper cuts to that program thath
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it also defunds planned parenthood and while it protects people with preexisting conditions, it does not make states require coverage for maternity care, mental health treatment, and e.r. visits, but some of those elements are up for negotiation and that is exactly what's going to have to happen in the next week if republicans want to get this passed. senate majority leader mitch mcconnell would like the vote by the time lawmakers head out for their july 4th break. >> thank you. flash flood watches are stretching this morning from louisiana to pennsylvania. as what's left of tropical storm cindy works its way inland. cindy slammed the south, spinning off a tornado that destroyed buildings near birmingham, alabama. thousands of homes lost power but there were no serious injuries there. however, in western pennsylvania, one man was killed by flood waters that stranded drivers and even knocked freight cars off of train tracks. also this morning for the first time, we're hearing directly from a juror in bill cosby's sexual assault
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about what led to the jury's deadlocking and the mistrial. nbc's stephanie covered every home of the trial for us. >> reporter: 52 hours of deliberations and no consensus. this morning, we are getting a look at what went on in that room from one of the jurors who was there. and why the prosecution that will likely retry this case as early as this fall has some challenges ahead. the deadlock was a win for bill cosby and his legal team. a juror now describes just how difficult it was, agreeing to disagree. >> crying, by men and by women, and more than one and the tears came towards the end, and it was so tense. >> reporter: the case, he says, came down to credibility. andrea alleges the comedian drugged and sexually assaulted her. co
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the juror, who did not want to reveal his identity, spoke with nbc's affiliate. he says the jury was split down the middle with no chance of a consensus. >> it was hopeless. it was from the first time on. >> reporter: he made it clear he was among those who sided with cosby's defense. >> very, very honest, from his side. you could believe from his -- from his testimony what he did, but not from hers. >> reporter: the juror doubted expert testimony that said it was reasonable for a victim to delay reporting a sexual assault. andrea waited a year before going to police. >> that's hard for me to believe. that i've been injured and it takes me a year to report it. >> reporter: but there were jurors who disagreed, like alternate juror mike mccloskey who was not a part of the deliberations. he was left with a very different impression of andrea. >> i felt her to be a very, very honest person and i felt like
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shaking his head and i felt like that she was very honest when she spoke of. >> reporter: before heading back to court, cosby's spokesman says the comedian is considering launching a tour to speak about the judicial system and the sex crime accusations levelled against him. while at least this juror says a retrial will be a waste of money. >> whatever the man did, he has already paid his price. >> reporter: according to cosby's spokesperson, there's no official schedule for the town hall yet but cities under consideration include birmingham, chicago, and detroit. with his trial potentially just month away, you have to wonder what his defense attorneys are going to think about that. >> all right, stephanie, thank you very much. >> thank you. a lot more to get to this morning, including a new warning about summer toy dangers parents need to hear this. also ahead, what's getting credit for reuniting julia roberts with her lost dog. plus jill's wrapping you have her week of steals and deals in a big way. $10 or
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too. >> the diamond-encrusted fidget spinner. >> reporter: these little addictive hand held widgets come in hundreds of styles and col s colors. >> is this actually fun? >> yes! >> really? >> reporter: but now, a new warning from watch, a consumer advocacy group listing potential safety hazards in summer's hottest toys, with fidget spinners topping the list. it warns in a statement that spinning devices can fall apart and the small pieces could potentially become lodged in a small child's throat. do not have a false sense of security that a toy is safe because it is popular. in addition, the consumer product safety commission is investigating two separate choking incidents involving a 10-year-old in texas and a 5-year-old in oregon. the toy association, which represents nearly 1,000 toy makers, says this list needlessly frightens parents with confusing and misleading information, but it stresses following age are recommendations for toys and urges parents and caregivers to
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with small parts out of the hands of children under 3. other hazards? gaps in pool covers, hoverboards due to potential burn injuries, and bounce houses. experts advise that they're always secured and resecured for maximum safety, especially during potentially windy or stormy weather. as kids zoom around the neighborhood this summer, always make sure they're wearing a helmet. 40% of parents surveyed say their kids don't always wear one, even though scooter-related injuries have skyrocketed 40% in ten years. >> this is so satisfying. >> it is. it's fun. >> reporter: safety tips so your kids can hover, bounce, and spin their way through a happy and safe summer. >> now, guys, as you go into summer, be sure and check out what's in your kid's toy box. this is what consumer advocates are saying. make sure you go through everything, do a little maintenance check to make sure everything is safe so kids can have a safe and fun summer. >> good advice,
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thank you very much. ready to do a little trending? >> sure. >> this first -- this is a topic that we've talked about a lot on this show. parents behaving badly at their kids' sports games. >> yeah. >> we all know that parents can turn into kids at these events and it can really ruin the fun sometimes. well, in an op-ed piece in the "wall street journal," a writer wrote this, for the record, i'm also okay with light prison sentences for bad sports parents. just keep them in a separate wing where they can prep snacks and orange slices. >> yes. >> but because not everyone may agree with that form of punishment, he suggests making a penalty box at a sports game for kids where if an official or someone feels the parents are misbehaving, you send the patients to a penalty box. >> i love that idea. >> do you? >> i love it. >> i don't know if they can enforce it but i love it. >> who's the guy going to go, excuse me, sir, you, the one
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with each other. >> take these paddles. not only does this happen at kids' sporting events, all right? but you decide whether the following parenting behaviors deserve light prison or just probation. >> did you have these made for this? >> these are what he uses on the weekend. >> that's a whole different trending. so we agree on bad behavior at sports games. what do you think? >> probation. >> probation. >> really? i'm a light prison guy. i think that's one of the worst things you can do. all right. extreme helicopter parenting. >> light prison. >> light prison. >> absolutely. terrible. unwanted match making. you know that mother who says, no, i don't care if you don't really want to date this person, i think you two would be great together. >> light prison. >> probation. >> i'm going to go probation on that one. oversharing parents on social media. >> prison. >> yeah. >> maybe not even light prison. >> rikers solitary. >ov
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>> and what about the parents who, in front of other people manner shame their kids. >> what does that mean? i always say, what do you say, say thank you. >> or if they meet someone, do you in front of that person say, shake hands and look that person in the eye. >> no. >> what does that deserve? >> i think probation. you're trying to do the right thing. but you have to teach them to say please and thanks. >> what about the grandmother who licks her finger and -- >> oh, i've already noticed i started doing that. >> everybody's done that one. when you think about it, it's pretty grim. >> let's do pop stars. dylan. >> okay. let's get to pop start. we mentioned earlier this week that the upcoming "star wars" spinoff lost its directors. they had been directing the film but due to creative differences with lucas films, the two were forced off the project. with only a few weeks left of shooting, lucas film nede
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well, ron howard has come to the rescue. the oscar-winning director is taking over the project. he has been at the helm of some great films. he tweeted last night saying, i hope to honor the great work already done and help deliver on the promise of a han solo film. >> one of the nicest people you'll ever meet. >> judging by his tweet there too. >> next up, some happy news for julia roberts. the actress and her family recently had a pet go missing. one of their dogs, a chocolate lab named major, went missing earlier this month but thanks to an app next door julia's husband learned the dog had been found. it's a social network site for your neighborhood. it's used to communicate with your neighbors with any ongoings in the neighborhood. danny was browsing through the site when he recognized a familiar face. major had been found nearby. the family has been reunited with the pooch. and we should also mention that the app is part of comcast, our parent company. >> oh. ok
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>> okay. >> it's not like somebody kidnapped the dog just for that. come on. >> okay. finally n case you missed it, matt and savannah were guests on bravo's watch what happens live with andy cohen last night. you could say they had a little fun in the clubhouse. >> who gossips more about guests after interviews? who gets mad at roker more when he's wrong about the weather? oh, you both say. okay. dave, what's your question? >> was it a hard decision coming back early from maternity leave to "today"? >> oh, my gosh, i think every time you have a baby, you want to stay home with that baby forever and ever but i have a baby at work. his name's matt. he gets very fussy when he doesn't nap. >> what did your husband say about your freudian slip to matt. >> we talked about waking up at night and rolling over and
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>> it could happen to anyone. >> what is your all-time favorite and least favorite drag outfit you've worn on "the today show"? >> role the montage. >> look at that. the lucy one. >> thank you. >> matt lauer, thank you. >> it was close it have real. >> the dog took a little nip. >> the dog took had a little toy and i tried to pet him and he growled. it was a whole thing. >> he more than dprouled. >> you're not scared of dogs, right? >> well, not -- no. thatting d thatting -- that dog, yes. >> we're going to move on to the daly click. we've got the perfect video to get you primed for the weekend. let's take a look at this.
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who just wants to let loose. take a look. there we go. zola the gorilla hanging out in his own little pool, just splashing about. nothing too crazy. when he just goes for it. having the time of his life, spinning around and around. >> he's a maniac, maniac. >> oh, wait. because the internet was thinking the same thing you were, al. let's roll the tape. ♪ she's a maniac at your door ♪ ♪ and she's dancing like she's never danced before ♪ >> that's the best video of the week right there. >> how's that on a friday. >> you can't see but he's wearing leggings. >> that was good. >> oh, so fun. >> dylan, nice job. mr. roker? let's show you what we've got coming up. and for today, we've got along a front, the remnants of cindy causing heavy showers and thunto
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the way into the central great lakes, parts of western new york. we also have a severe threat today, 11 million people at risk stretching from charleston to birmingham, 3 to 5 inches of rain from the southeast all the way locally, 5 to 7 inches as you get into the mid-ohio and mississippi river valleys. that's what's going on around the country. here's what's happening in your neck of the woods. good morning. well, we have a few scattered showers left over, but really most of the area drying out compared to what we had just a couple hours ago, a few light showers right around annapolis and pretty far south of the district. today 88 for a high temperature. mostly cloudy, humid and windy, though. but for the most part, we could have a chance for an afternoon shower. tomorrow morning, we start with the rain, we dry out saturday afternoon, sunday looks good, mostly sunny, 86, and next week looks pretty good too with low humidity. that's your latest weather. where's savannah? i think she's outside. >> i went outside, al. we have reached the dramatic and exciting conclusion of our
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ask deals. we've had bargains under $75, $50, even $25 but today the grand finale. everything you're about to see, $10 or less. >> this has been such an exciting week. so these are things i wanted to offer $10 and under. maybe you wouldn't spend a ton of money on little things because they're expensive now, but now, $10 and under pick me up. >> you can stock up if you want to. what's your first item. >> the coastal body butter and scrub. you can smell and feel. so you get the choice of a body butter or a scrub. so the body butter has essential oils and shea butter and the scrub is either peony or gardenia. >> i love it. >> i actually have a gardenia tree. it's super pretty. this is great if you're having a party and just want to give give-aways or a book club. the retail is $35. the deal is $9.50. that's 73% off. >> i love it. what do we have? these are cut
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hair ties, if you're a girl out there, they have gotten expensive and now they're making sort of jewelry and hair bands that go together. so this is lila hair ties, the retail is $15. it doubles as a bracelet. so look, mine says boss lady, which i got you one too. or xoxo and they don't put the dent in your hair. >> i really like it. >> so it's a pack of three. seven styles, again, great gifts, favor, book club, $15, the deal is $7.50, 50% off. >> i'm taking all of them. i love them. those are really cute. these are cute too. >> this is super cute for your girls. snap jewelry retails $20 to $24. it has a little snap here so you can snap one in, comes with one. >> is it for girls or for adults? >> i mean i guess i'm wearing a kiss me, but you can snap different ones
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jewelry from taudrey and if that is not enough, you will find even more bargains at today.com. this has been an awesome week. jill, you rule. let's go over to matt and andy. all right, savannah, thank you very much. guess who we have coming up in our next half hour? this guy. we love it when he comes by, andy grammer is here for a live concert and what are you doing at 9:00? >> co-hosting. trying to do your job. >> going to do it well after your local news.
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8:26 on this friday, june 23. your looking at footage from a multicar crash that killed one person this morning. melissa mollet tracking the latest on this. hey, melissa. >> good morning. so, right now, still have some delays through the area, but all lanes have reopened. new york avenue at the anacostia river bridge. we were shut down for some time this morning. on metro red line, single track in between medical center and grosvenor, we have reopened. all lanes southbound blocked, they're pushing you off. >> thanks, melissa. we're going to get a check of the forecast with sheena when we come back, a rainy one. stay with us.
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good morning. we still have the rain moving through the area right now and you can see on the radar, it's mostly east of the district currently. we have the clouds still to deal with as we go through the afternoon. today, those clouds are still
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get it, america. ♪ >> and good morning, everybody. 8:30 now. it's friday morning, 23rd of june. awesome day out on our plaza. we've got a great crowd. the lines were long. they're all here for one reason. andy grammer, already entertaining the crowd. good morning. >> good morning, how are you. >> i'm great. i just met the cutest little girl. her name is gabriela. where are you? she was in the way, way back, and i think she's over here. wait. there she is. she was too little to see, so we brought her up front. >> oh my gosh. >> she wanted to meet andy. oh my gosh. >> the best. of course. thank you so much. >> gabriela, where are you
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honey? >> i'm from massachusetts. >> we love massachusetts! >> that's cool. there you go. he sign that hed that for you. turn around, look right there and wave. say, hi, massachusetts. >> hi, massachusetts. >> thanks, sweetie pie. >> be careful going down. >> we'll help you down. >> we're going to get to live music right after this, but first, mr. roker, check of the weather. all right, let's look at your weekend, see what we have for you starting off with tomorrow and we do see some wet weather down through the gulf coast, extreme heat in the southwest, record highs in the pacific northwest and some wet weather in new england. winner of the day from mid atlan atlantic states, hot and dry out west. the wet weather continues down through the gulf into western texas. that's what's going on around the country. here's what's happening in your neck of the woods. plenty of clouds but mainly dry across the area right now. you can still see some rain, though, down in parts of southern maryland, charles, st.
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showers pushing off to the east. mainly dry, temperatures in ththe the 70s. high temperature around 88 degrees. there's a small chance for a shower or thunderstorm this afternoon but most of us stay dry. rain moves back in overnight. some rain tomorrow morning but after that, we're looking at a gorgeous weekend with temperatures in the 80s. >> announcer: the city concert series on "today" is proudly presented to you by citi. >> it's almost time for a concert from andy grammer but first, what makes him one of our favorite music super stars? ♪ i'm just saying it's fine by me ♪ >> his music is certified gold and with a succession of pop hits, andy grammer has made his mark in music. smash single "fresh eyes" has over 200 million streams. but it was his triple
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quickly erped the honor as 2015's song of the summer. with its catchy chorus and upbeat melody, "honey i'm good" has been viewed on youtube over 70 million times and andy is a familiar face around here too. last year, grammar sir naded our "today" wedding couple and he's climbed into the co-host hot seat as well. now working on his third album to be released this fall, andy's gearing up for a handful of live performances this summer, making the city concert stage one of his first stops. ladies and gentlemen, andy grammer. na ♪ the first time ♪ ♪ when you open the door before
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♪ it might seem superficial stereotypical man ♪ ♪ you dress up just a little and i'm like oh, damn ♪ ♪ so suddenly i'm in love with a stranger ♪ ♪ i can't believe she's mine and now all i see is you ♪ ♪ with fresh eyes, fresh eyes so suddenly i'm in love ♪ ♪ with a stranger i can't believe she's mine ♪ ♪ and now all i see is you with fresh eyes, fresh eyes ♪ ♪ appreciation, well it comes and it goes ♪ ♪ but i'll ride that wave with you ♪ ♪ it's human nature to miss what's under your nose ♪ ♪ till
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fool ♪ ♪ maybe all this is simple my heart's unconditional, yeah ♪ ♪ you dress up just a little and i'm like, oh, damn ♪ ♪ so suddenly i'm in love with a stranger ♪ ♪ i can't believe she's mine now, all i see is you with ♪ ♪ fresh eyes, fresh eyes and so suddenly i'm in ♪ ♪ love with a stranger i can't believe she's mine ♪ ♪ and now, all i see is you with fresh eyes, fresh eyes ♪ ♪ whoa, whoa, oh ♪ if i could bottle this up
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♪ i would bottle this up, bottle, bottle this up, i would ♪ ♪ cause you're gorgeous in this moment. if i could bottle this up, i would ♪ ♪ so suddenly, i'm in love with a stranger, i can't believe she's mine ♪ ♪ and now all i see is you with fresh eyes, fresh eyes ♪ ♪ and so suddenly, i'm in love with a stranger ♪ ♪ i can't believe she's mine ♪ now all i see is you with fresh eyes, fresh eyes ♪ ♪ oooh ♪ yeah [ cheers and applause ]
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>> andy grammer on a friday morning. we've got much more ahead, but first, this is "today" on nbc. e. first, this is "today" on nbc.
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♪ >> andy grammer started out as a street performer in santa monica, california. >> he charmed audiences then, he does now. he's a multiplatinum star and we're so glad to have you back, andy. good morning. >> good morning. how are you guys, thanks for having me. >> can i just saw your band is so awesome. >> they are freaking great. they really are. >> so fun. we were watching them have as much fun as you. i know you're working on a new record. >> yes. >> have you really written more than 100 songs already? >> yeah, yeah, totally. i'm at like 106. we're getting there. >> are they all just as catchy as every other song? >> no. >> some are better than others. >> some are better than others. >> people love you.
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about, touring in the summer. no one has a better excuse for not touring this summer than you. >> yes, i'm -- i'm staying home just for the summer just to -- i got a little girl coming next month. so excited. >> congratulations. >> your first, right? >> first, yeah. first kid. >> do you want to say anything to the young lady at home about how she's doing. >> my wife is doing great. she's got one month left. keep going, my dear. the empathy -- it's so amazing what half of our society does in service of everybody else. it's so crazy and you have to be going through with somebody else to are really understand it like, oh my got, what women do, it's nuts. mamas are best. >> but daddies are pretty great too. you're going to love it and i a lot of people wearing #givelove. >> my new single is called "give love." my mom was an incredible lady and she taught me how to live life and give love in every situation that we're in and i think the world can use that right now. >> absolutely. let's hear it.
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♪ ♪ my, my, my mother was a sunshine soldier ♪ ♪ every day was a dream come true ♪ ♪ she said that we were blessed by the breath deep inside us ♪ ♪ she could make the colors in the sky turn blue ♪ ♪ she said, honey what you gonna do today ♪ ♪ you're second-guessing every single move you make ♪ ♪ you're definitely going to have very hard days ♪ and she said before i go, there is one thing you should know ♪ ♪ i give love to all of my people, all of my people need love ♪ ♪ i give some ♪ i give love
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people, all of my people need love, give some ♪ ♪ i give love to all of my people, all of my people need love, i give some ♪ ♪ in the end the love we take's got nothing on the love we make, so give love ♪ ♪ give love ♪ she said you're going to be a light in a cold world ♪ ♪ you got extra love pumping up in your veins ♪ ♪ people feeling down, people feeling empty, i got so much love i got to give it away ♪ ♪ honey, what you going to do today ♪ ♪ you're second guessing every single move you make ♪ ♪ you're definitely going to have some very hard days but i'll be right here for you ♪ ♪ and she said before i go, there is one thing you should know ♪ ♪ that i give love to all of my people, all
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love, i give some ♪ ♪ i give love to all of my people, all of my people need love, i give some ♪ ♪ i give love to all of my people, all of my people need love, i give some ♪ ♪ because in the end the love we take's got nothing on the love we make ♪ ♪ so give love ♪ so give love ♪ so give love love we mange soet ke ♪ ♪ so, give love so, give love ♪ ♪ i can't help it too much love ♪ ♪ can't help it i have to give some ♪ give some loving ♪ i give love all of my people ♪ all of my people need love, i give some ♪ ♪ i give love to all of m ♪ i give love to all of my people, all of my people need love, i give
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take's got nothing on the love we make ♪ ♪ so give love ♪ so give love ♪ so give love >> andy grammer, thank you. not done yet. about to perform one of his biggest hits, but first, this is "today" on nbc.
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we are in the middle of a great concert on our citi stage and performing his smash hit, "honey i'm good", andy grammer take it away. ♪ nah nah honey i'm good ♪ ♪ i could have another but i probably should not i've got somebody at home ♪ ♪ it's been a long night here and a long night there ♪ ♪ and these long long legs
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are damn near everywhere ♪ ♪ hold up now ♪ you look good i will not lie but if you ask where i'm staying tonight ♪ ♪ i gotta be like oh baby, no baby you got me all wrong baby ♪ ♪ my baby's already got all of my love ♪ ♪ so nah nah honey i'm good i could have another but i probably should not ♪ ♪ i've got somebody at home and if i stay i might not leave alone ♪ ♪ no, honey, i'm good i could have another but i probably should not ♪ ♪ i've got to bid you adieu to another i will stay true ♪ ♪ ooh ooh i will stay true who who i will stay true ♪ ♪ now better men than me have failed drinking from that unholy grail ♪ ♪ now check it out ♪ i've got her and she got me
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and you've got that smile but i kindly gotta be like ♪ ♪ oh baby, no baby you got me all wrong baby ♪ ♪ my baby's already got all of my love ♪ ♪ so nah nah honey i'm good i could have another but i probably should not ♪ ♪ i've got somebody at home and if i stay i might not leave alone ♪ ♪ no, honey, i'm good i could have another but i probably should not ♪ ♪ i've got to bid you adieu to another i will stay true ♪ ♪ ooh ooh i will stay true who who i will stay true ♪ ♪ oh, i'm sure ya sure ya will make somebody's night ♪ ♪ but oh, i assure ya assure ya it sure as hell's
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♪ oh no, honey, i'm good i could have another but i probably should not ♪ ♪ i've got somebody at home and if i stay i might not leave alone ♪ ♪ no honey i'm good i could have another but i probably should not ♪ ♪ i've got to bid you adieu to another i will stay true ♪ ♪ so nah nah honey i'm good i could have another but i probably should not ♪ ♪ i've got somebody at home and if i stay i might not leave alone ♪ ♪ no, honey, i'm good i could have another but i probably should not ♪ ♪ i've got to bid you adieu to another i will stay true ♪ ♪ ooh ooh i will stay true who who i will stay true ♪ ♪ i will stay true i will stay true i will stay true ♪ ♪ sing it now oh whoa oh ♪
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♪ i will stay true >> hear more from andy grammer and all our summer concert artists at applemusic.com/today. and a big thanks to andy grammer. we're going to have another song from him in just a moment. he's going to co-host our next hour, but first, this is "today" on nbc. ♪ but rst, this isfi
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♪ close-up there, by the way. >> i know. >> how about some birthdays. >> we'll cool you down with some smuckers and nice folks on those jars. happy 100th birthday to a businesswoman from new york. she's a hallmark in her community. otto freedman of durham, north carolina, is 101 years old. >> we're not supposed to notice that. >> no. he can speak seven different languages. that's pretty cool. happy 100th -- 101st birthday to verlee may pickens of san francisco, california. played the organ and the piano at her church. eldridge arnold celebrating 100 years. this lifelong st. louis cardo cardinals fan is from arnold, missouri. he served his country durin
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we salute you for your service, sir. also 100, judd says the secret to longevity is root beer floats. i like that. and happy 100th birthday to an artist from new york. some of her artwork actually hangs in museums and galleries across the country. that is pretty cool. as always, if you know somebody celebrating a milestone birthday, tell us all about it at today.com/celebrates. >> well done, mr. roker. nice job. willie and dylan are here to give us a look at the weekend. dylan, you start with saturday. >> i'll start us off on saturday. we're taking you to petaluma, california, for the world's ugliest dog contest and the lucky dog will join us all on monday. that's going to be fun. and craig, chanel and i make the trip to governors island here in new york. it's like this hidden gem in new york. you feel totally removed from the city, some of the best views of the city. ice cream, bikes. >> incredible history. >> great school
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>> that's exactly right. we talked to some school kids. what do you have on sunday. >> you're on the show. i don't know if you know. you're on the sunday show. you work seven days a week for dylan. our guest is the founder and ceo of under armor, kevin plank, started the company in his grandmother's basement. it's now approaching $25 billion in revenue. still a long way to go to catch nike, but he's hyperfocused on doing it. really interesting, motivated, driven guy who's bringing big change to the city of baltimore. >> that's a cool headquarters to have. >> it's incredible. >> right along the water there. >> you know, help people build their own businesses, what is the secret. >> he's a hustler. >> and how we can get in on it. dylan, i'd say enjoy the weekend but you'll be working every day this week. >> thanks, guys. >> coming up this morning, jake gyllenhaal opens up about his new movie. al is cooking what he has already
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>> the greatest potato salad recipe ever. >> i've never seen someone so excited about potato salad. >> you are going to want to kiss me full on the lips after this. >> really? >> where he wilell, maybe not.
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>> announcer: this is a news4 today news break. >> 8:56 is your time now on this friday, june 23, 2017. good morning to you. i'm eun yang. we want to check on the roads right now with melissa mollet and your first 4 traffic. >> new york avenue, the anacostia bridge, all lanes open. southbound fairfax county parkway, all southbound lanes still blocked. they're pushing you off on to
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right now on storm team4 radar, mainly dry across the area, only a few showers left in parts of calvary county, otherwise plenty of clouds out there. it's muggy and breezy and this will continue to be the case as we head on into the afternoon hours. highs today in the mid to upper 80s. right now we're in the 07s, 75 degrees in washington and then take a look at the next ten days, another round of rain early tomorrow morning but most of your weekend looking dry, still a bit breezy tomorrow. 86 on sunday, low humidity. >> amelia, thank you. get the latest news and weather any time in the nbc washington app.
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♪ this morning on today's take, it's good to be alive. andy grammer kicking off your weekend as our celebrity co-host. then jake gyllenhaal taking us behind the scenes of his new movie. plus the only potato salad recipe you'll ever need and you don't have to worry about it going bad. amazing? you bet. right now. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is today's take. live from studio 1-a in rockefeller plaza. it is friday morning, june 23. it's good to be alive. right now, though, you're listening to "back home" by andy grammer who just does such a terrific job on our concert stage. always fun to have you here. >> so great to be
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bit later and. >> do you like co-hosting. >> it's really fun. >> we love watching you. >> it's harder to read the prompter like convincingly. i'll say that. >> you've seen us do it. >> i just make it up. i think everybody's cool with that. >> that's okay. >> the worst is when the words jostle around in your brain and can't make sense of what's in there. that happened to me yesterday. >> but see, we wouldn't have known that if you hadn't said it. >> that's good. >> and we love your new single, "give love." >> appreciate it >> really cool. and you've got -- on that, you've got lunch money lewis on there. >> yeah, he's great. i've been a big fan of his for a while. this is the first time i ever featured a rapper on one of my songs and it's perfect. he's amazing. >> "give love" pays homage to your mom. >> i lost her about nine years ago and the way that she taught me to live my life and to go throughout every interaction and try to be giving it out. now my job is to go -- that's what i consider myself doing
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try to make everybody feel good for an hour and a half. >> your songs really have a message of positivity and one would even say a spirituality. >> a hundred percent. i'm a spiritual guy. >> and you're about to become a dad. >> about to become a dad. >> how does that feel. >> i don't know whether everybody else has this in their life, i'm talking about it so much. i hope that's okay. >> wait until you have the baby. >> i'm talking about it quite a bit and it's an amazing situation to be part of and we had a baby shower at home and the room's all ready to go and there's a crib. before i came, there's a car seat in there and my mind is just like blowing apart. it's so fun. >> and all of a sudden, because i had my first baby about six months ago, and -- >> congratulations >> thank you. and beforehand, didn't know how to do anything, didn't know how to diaper. i was asking advice from everybody. didn't know how to do a car seat. after you have the baby for like a week, you don't want anyone's opinion because you're a pro. you know how to do it. >> totally. >> your way is the only way. >> it's amazing, too, the thing of, like, i donno
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everywhere. apparently there's been little girls everywhere, and i didn't know at all. everywhere guy now, i'm like, there's only little girls in this restaurant right now. what is going on? randomly walking up to people and being like, how old is that? >> you start to figure that out too. do you feel her move something >> we went and saw wonder woman the other day and because it was so loud, i had the baby on her the whole time and the baby was kicking so much. we'd be hanging out and i'd be like, oh my god! it's really crazy. >> it's kind of terrifying. >> yeah, and especially i think, because if it's your baby, people have done it before, like feel it and you fake it, like, oh, yeah. but when it's your baby and it's going nuts, you're like, holy crap, there's a baby in there. >> there's a human being in there. >> may be an alien. not sure. >> the one bit of advice i will give you, and it's cliche because it's true, is that it goes like a rocket. and i would -- wasn't that long ago i was
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yesterday, my baby graduatesed from high school. >> did you keep it together? >> it was a little hard because, like you, i lost my mom a few years ago, my dad a few years before that and they adored her, and you know, so i know they were very proud of her as my wife and i were, but it just -- it was crazy. >> pretty crazy. i got to believe that your mom sees everything. that's my thing. you're allowed to believe whatever you want. but my thing is like she caught it. >> and leela is my mother. she's exactly like my mother. very opinionated, strong woman. exceedingly blunt. funny. >> so are you. >> that's sweet. >> but so it's -- she lives on. >> everybody asks me what's the name? and i would just tell everyone, and my wife says, you can't tell anybody. it's got to be a secret but the middle name is going to be kay for my mom, which is really sweet. it's a cool thing to have it pass through. >>
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>> we, of course, always like to play a little game and we've got one now. it's a game of secrets from the stage. >> what are we pulling out? >> jerry, bring out the disco ball of doom. >> let's do it. >> i don't know why it's the disco ball of doom. but okay. >> also, dude, what is this again? this is so good. >> this is al's amazing coffee. >> oh my god. >> it's a little cold brew. >> takes like a milkshake. >> that could have really gone badly. wow. >> these are ceramic. >> there's a legit crack. i don't really do sugar so there's a lot of sugar in this and i'm just having it. i'll enjoying it right now. >> that's okay. >> you got your start in music singing on the street. what's theuú strangest thing anyone ever put in your collection basket? so, it was always strange, like, girls would leave phone numbers. but you didn't know who they were. >> that's true. >> so you'd go back later and you'd be rifling th
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call a number. plus it sounds like a good idea but i think it's still weird. like, hey. >> that could go terribly wrong. >> that's not how i met my wife. keep going? okay. i really -- i smacked your glass right there. sorry. you once competed on "dancing with the stars." what was your signature dance move? i mean, that is a joke. i don't know. i don't have any signature dance move. i did the worm the day that they kicked me off. >> really? is that a commentary on the worm. >> i don't know how signature that is. >> the worm is a full body experience. >> you've got to commit to the worm. >> i did. i went for it. you don't want me to do that right now. i think it's good. you don't want that. >> forward and back? >> it's really not even a thing. it's not a thing. i tried and that's why they kicked me off. >> one more. >> here we go. we heard a rumor that you were also an expert beat bo
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for us? of course. >> let's lose this music. >> "today" show theme. [ beat boxing ] >> that's pretty good. real good. >> coffee flavored. >> thanks. with a little simple syrup. >> very nice. so yesterday, hollywood chamber of commerce announced the 2018 class of celebrities earning stars on the hollywood walk of fame. >> did you get one yet? >> no, i'm not a hollywood star. some of the major names include jennifer lawrence, simon cowell, and lin-manuel miranda. from the world of music, we've put together a little game. we're going to show you a pair of stars. guess which one's getting the honor. announce a little bit of a samba. question one, kelly clarkson versus carrie
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>> both could get it. >> i think carrie. >> i'm going carrie. >> i just played a show two days ago with kelly clarkson. she deserves one. and her voice is one of the best ever. >> yeah. >> harry conic jr. versus kenny g. >> i think harry. >> yeah. nothing against kenny g. >> he's cool. >> he's already there. >> snoop dogg or eminem. i got to go snoop dogg. >> i'm bad at this game. eminem deserves one. >> weird al or al roker. >> i think this would be a great time to let you know that you're going to have one. you're about to get it. >> there you go. >> i think you'll get one one day. >> i don't think that's going to happen. hey, coming up, though, if you won an oscar, where would you put it? that's a loaded question. wait until you hear where one legendry actor keeps his and the
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we are back now. we've got our guest co-host, andy grammer. >> we're not going to cheers anymore. >> it's dangerous. >> i'm not reliable anymore. i've lost cheers privileges. >> it's fine for us. >> it could have been ugly. i think we all would have gotten tagged on that one. forget about your fireplace mantle. actor richard dreyfus had a different idea. he keeps his oscar in the fridge. the actor explained, laughing, to the hollywood reporter, i don't like to brag but i do like everybody knowing about it. sooner or later, chances are they're going to go to the refrigerator. >> i love this. >> water and an oscar. >> of course he won best actor in 1978 for "the good-bye girl". >> just really not pretentious. i think it's cool. i love it. >> first of all, it's the wrong place. you don't keep your award like that. hy
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stay cold to preserve it longer, you keep it in the freezer. yeah. that's where i keep my emmy. >> of course. >> there it is. >> so it stays fresher longer. >> there you go. >> and it doesn't get freezer burned. >> that's where i keep my emmy as well that i don't have. >> so anyway, that was a long way to go for that gag. >> i like it, though. >> so dropping your son or daughter off at their freshman college orientation, rite of passage, i'll be doing that this fall. far lot of folks, emotional moment. you may need to recover, but not so much for this texas state freshman's mom. the new student tweets out the following. my mom dropped me off today for college freshman orientation and said this. take a look. so, mom -- >> she's having a fun time. >> mom is having a very good time. she's there -- >> oh, that's so funny.
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daughter with the caption, i made some friends, don't wait up. some hunky guys. >> what happens when the daughter sends that same picture back to her. >> i don't know, but mom seems to be doing all right, running into some texas state football players. and wow. many of them without shirts. that's pretty cool. >> amazing. >> so you're about to drop your daughter off? >> i am in the fall. so, luckily, my school doesn't have a football team. i don't have to worry about debra hooking up with football players. i don't think. anyway, let's show you what's going on as far as your weather is concerned. this is a remnant of cindy, tropical storm cindy, but it's still causing big problems a lot of heavy rain from alexandria all the way up into western tennessee and it's going to continue. we've got a risk today for 11 million people from birmingham, tupelo, all the way up into char charleston and rainfall, anywhere locally from 5 to 7 inches to central pennsylvania
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tennessee and mississippi river valley and we have 52 million people under some sort of heat advisory, warning, or watch from seattle all the way back to texas. temperatures are going to be at or above record-setting paces. >> it's so hot. i just came from there. it's so hot. i just did a show in las vegas. >> i mean, they say it's a dry heat. i don't care. >> oven's still an oven. >> your head can literally catch fire. thaps not good. that's what's going on around the country. here's what's happening in your neck of the woods. now and as we go through the day today, chance for an afternoon shower, humid, windy, temperatures in the upper 80s, still a warm one today. 87 degrees tomorrow, clear big the afternoon. sunday looks good, 86 and dry. next week, the humidity staying nice and low, it's going to be a really nice
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next, grammar time! that's right, we're playing the pop culture pop quiz with andy that's grammar-related. so get it? like english. after these messages. how's my emmy doing? oh, that's awesome. ♪ ♪ the best way to get together is with a treat you make together. ♪ ♪
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♪ music super star andy grammer is our co-host this morning so you know what that means, stop, grammar time! it seemed so much funnier earlier. >> i like it. you sell it. >> dylan and andy are going to go head to head in a pop culture punctuation quiz. each question or answer will involve some kind of pu punctuation. >> this is so ridiculous. >> this literally happens to me almost every day on whatever show or radio show i go on and i still don't go home and study for it. >> as you shouldn't. >> so if you know the answer, i want you to take your ruler and slap the
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here we go. name the classic period piece set during the civil war and featuring the line, "frankly, my dear, i don't give a damn." >> oh, oh. i forget. what's it called? "gone with the wind." >> well done. shoot. >> i forget. what's it called. i can't see -- i don't give you the answer. you give me the answer. >> okay. >> dylan got one. here's a musical one. >> okay. >> what rap icon changed his name this week to feature all capital letters and re-add a hyphen? >> snoop dogg? >> no. >> is it jay-z. >> yes. >> nailed it. >> all right. there it is. tied up. all caps and a hyphen. >> does snoob dogg have a hyphen? >> no, there's no hyphen in snoop dogg. there might be a hydrant but no
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anyway, what tv show -- you may be too young for this. what tv show featured -- >> i'm 33. >> and you are? >> 35. >> what tv show featured three as trich asterisks in the title? >> oh, wait. >> you are not good at this. >> what tv show had three asterisks in the title and had the highest rated finale ever? >> can i reding? "m.a.s.h." >> you did know it. awesome. >> but then i remembered there were letters in there so i'm like, where are the asterisks. >> and we have been actually informed that an asterisk is a typographical symbol, not a punctuation mark. so in case that ever comes up again. >> good to know. >> this has gavin written all over it. >> yes, it does. gach, our producer.
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>> riddler. >> i was going to say the joker and that would have been wrong. >> that would have been wrong. >> i'm getting -- >> i'm surprised you didn't hit the ruler and then go, i don't know. surely you can't be serious about this classic 1980 comedy that features an exclamation point in the title and don't call me shirley. >> airplane. >> dylan back in the lead. going with the music now. >> okay, okay. >> give you a chance to tie it up, andy. name the iconic rock and roll guitarist who shares his name with a punctuation mark that's used in websites. >> slash. >> tied up. >> nice. you're so gentle with your ruler. >> this one is a tie breaker. this is it. >> so you can't shrapnlap until know. if you slap and don't know the aps, that's disqualification. >> it's going to be an audio
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>> i'm not good at that. >> like the audio daily double. name this hit tune that features both a comma and a period in its title. ♪ so nah, nah >> "honey i'm good." >> yes. >> is there a period in that? there's a period? how is there a period? >> honey, i'm good. >> got it. >> right there. >> well, i will say, as the writer of the tune, i had no period in there. >> there was no period? >> i'll say that. as i was writing it, there was no period. but she clearly wins. sore loser. >> and that was your manager who said that. coming up next -- >> i can't believe i did it. >> we've got two dishes you want to make this weekend, grilled scallops and a potato salad that will blow your mind. after your local news and weather. . well, i hate it wherever you are. burn. "burn." is that what the kids are saying now?
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♪ >> announcer: this is a news4 today news break. >> good morning, 9:26 on this friday, june 23. big changes are coming to metro starting sunday. service hours will be reduced on certain days. now, trains will run between 5:00 in the morning and 11:30 at night monday through thursday. on friday and saturday, metro will close at 1:00 in the morning and on sunday, the system won't open until 8:00 in the morning and it will close at 1 1:00 at night. metro is adding some bus options for riders after the rail system closes. we're also hearing this morning about a number of delays on the red line. check my twitter account for updates and be aware of that. we're going to get a look at your forecast when we come back.
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good morning. still seeing those cloudy skies across the area. 76 degrees right now. the winds are from the south, a little breezy, but we're mostly on the dryer side than what we had this morning. still the chance of a shower this afternoon, 88 for a high trump, humid and windy today. tomorrow morning we're going to be dealing with rain. sunday is looking good, low humidity. that leads us into next week too. adam. thank you very much. get the latest news and weather
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app. have a great friday.
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back now with today food. if you follow me on instagram, you notice i've been on a bit of a scallop kick lately and usually on the grill. those were scallops and greater number of witnesses -- grits i did. i'm going to pair it with a recipe that i stole from melissa clark of the "new york times" for a lemon mint potato salad. so, do you like to cook? >> i don't, man. not that i don't like it. i can't find the time for it. some people think it's relaxing. >> my daughter preps for me and i just have to cook it. scallops, if you can get great day scallops, there's nothing better on the grill. so you'll get them.
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your fishmonger. and you just cut that off. and get rid of it. save it for a fish stock or something like that. and this is about as simple as it gets. basically, here's the clean version of it. you basically going to put a little olive oil on this. >> do they have to be dry before you dress them? >> yes. you want them to be as dry as possible. pat them down because you basically want the sizzle. you don't want that extra moisture because that actually causes them to steam more than grill. and then all you're going to do is just a little salt. a little pepper on both sides. and then you're going to put them on the grill. and the great thing about scallops is they cool about as quickly as you want. i mean, really, it's going to be about 2 minutes a side. maybe. depending on the side of the scallops. a lot of people say, oh, geez, but i don't know if they're done or not. well, maybe they're overcooked. all you have to do, take a toothpick, tina, one of our prep chefs told me this. i'm just going to put that on yor
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>> one more time. still a little cold. >> so then you let -- >> that's how you do it. >> and once you know that it cooks on the other side. >> can you double dip the toothpick? >> that's why you have more than one. they're not that expensive. so, you -- you grill them up, you put them on -- the great thing about this, you think there's some sort of sauce. it's just lemon. that's what creates the grill marks. the sweet is literally in the scallop and it bring it out. do you like potato salad? >> yes. >> come on. i've got a great potato salad. >> i like eating all these things. just trying to work this out. >> small, yellow potatoes. i like the yukon cold. you're going to start with a pop of cold water, heavily salted. it should actually be as salty as the sea. so you're going to put that in there and let that -- yeah. >> the dead sea? >> the dead sea. you should -- the potatoes will float. no. you just put it in because it's not going to absorb all
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much but it will flavor it just a little bit. you're going to put your potatoes in here and they basically are going to be covered by about an inch of water. turn this up. let it boil for about 15 to 20 minutes. you want them to basically be about fork tender so once they boil, you put them in, peel and all, you take them out, you're now going to -- as soon as they're cool enough for you to handle, but still warm, you're going to cut them in quarters or halves depending on the size. here's the beauty of this. >> can you put them before you boil them. >> you can, but i like to -- the recipe calls for them to be whole and i think it keeps them from getting mushy too quickly. so you're basically going to take some olive oil and the juice of one lemon. that's about two pounds of potatoes right there. and you're basically just going to whisk this. and you whisk, just keep whisking and you notice it emulsifies pretty quickly. literally all you have to do. now you can also add a little mo
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pepper. i've actually added some cilantro to i had when i've done this and then take about a half a cup to a cup of shredded fresh mint. >> i would never think mint and potatoes go together. they compliment each other so much. >> drizzle this on top. and then just toss it. get your hands a little in there. get a little handsy with the potato salad. all right. and then that's it. and this is -- and the great part about it, there's no mayo so it's not going to go bad. you can take it to a picnic. in fact, it's actually a little better when it's a little warm. so you can dig in. >> my wife would be so happy if i did this. >> how great would that be if you did that. you can do that. >> and it's so quick. >> yeah, that doesn't look difficult. >> probably this recipe you can try. >> you're a big potato salad fan. >> i'm a big potato salad fan. this is a totally different spin on potato salad. it's fresh. you can actually taste the
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like mayonnaise. >> see? >> i love seafood. >> try that this weekend. your family and friends will love it. >> the mint is great. >> and again, thank you to melissa clark, i stole that recipe from her. to get my recipes, and melissa's recipes, go to today.com/food. coming up, the story of a real life hero coming to the big screen. our natalie catches up with jake gyllenhaal with a behind the scenes sneak peek at his new movie, "stronger." coming up next.
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the 2013 bombing of the boston marathon has been the subject of a feature film and several documentaries. the new movie "stronger" is about the impact the bombing had on one victim and his family. >> jake gyllenhaal plays jeff in the film and natalie morales caught up with jake and jeff at fenway park during the filming of a pivotal scene. >> i'm going to make a big sign for you. >> doesn't show up for anything. then he shows up. >> "stronger" is the story of jeff bowman, who lost both his legs in the botheren marathon
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>> it was an explosion, and your legs are gone, bro. >> in the days and weeks following the attack, jeff began to heal as he was hailed a hero by the city of boston. >> look at this. boston strong. >> this really is, it's not so much about the bombing. it is about how you pick up the pieces and how you carry on. >> yes. i mean, not to say i'm not interested in the bombing, but i am not as interested in what that -- that is. the effects of it and how it brings people together through tragedy and i know that's what jeff wants. >> reporter: what's amazing is to just hear, in the aftermath of the bombing, just in those first couple of days, the amount of pain he must have been in. but yet at the same time, never really physically showing that or saying so much to his family even. >> well, i feel like that's very bostonian. he's very thankful and appreciative but not as interested as most people would be. he really is -- he kind of, like, he's a simple guy in a lot of ways and just wants to be around his family. >> reporter: to better prepare
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of time with jeff and his family. >> i hear you guys have almost become good friends in all of this. >> yeah, it's a weird thing when you're making a movie about somebody because we're in the midst of it and we're not far in time from the event having happened and so in that way, there's sort of -- wait, did you wear a hat too? did he wear a hat too? okay. >> reporter: you're that connected already. >> we mind melded. >> reporter: tell me about the bond that you and jeff have. >> it's a complimented one in that i always feel odd, like even doing this interview and being in the middle of shooting and then playing him and he's like, where are you and he texted me and i was like, i'm trying to not look like you for an interview. >> you made me feel like i could help my son and for that, i am grateful. >> you're grateful. >> reporter: did you ever think there would be a day in your life that jake gyllenhaal would be playing you. >> no i was like -- i'm a huge fan of his and i love all -- most of his movies. besides "bubble
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i joke around with him around that. he's a cool dude. he's a huge star but he's a normal person and a nice, very genuine, nice person. >> reporter: did you give him any sort of instruction on how to be you? >> yeah, absolutely. i give him pointers on my hair all the time. >> reporter: mess it up a little bit for him. during my set visit, jake was preparing to shoot a scene where jeff throws out the first pitch at the red sox game, just one month after the attack. i have a question. who pitched better on the first pitch? you pitched better? >> absolutely. without a doubt. and he also has experience. he has more experience. >> that was his first pitch. >> you have more experience. >> reporter: have you been over to dinner and everything with the family? >> he's been to my house. he bought me a -- i just did a renovation and he bought me a house warming gift. >> reporter: what was it? >> it was a toilet. he got me a toilet. >> i literally --
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saw. a friend of mine had this crazy toilet. >> it's the best toilet in the whole world. >> reporter: it was clear the high level of respect jake has for jeff. do you think of him as a hero? >> i would say yeah, if you're going to put one or an adjective alongside him along with the many others, hero would definitely be one of them. >> that's a fun interview. >> yeah. for both guys. >> and the toilet. nice. "stronger" hits theaters september 22. okay, let's show you what's happening as far as your weekend outlook. starting tomorrow, saturday, record highs, move into the pacific northwest, extreme heat in the southwest, cooling down in the plains, wet weather through the gulf, looks like a nice day in the ohio river valley. some showers, though, move back into the great lakes. we'll have a winner of a day, mid atlantic states into the central plains, hot and dry out west with some more wet weather in and out from texas on into florida. that's what's going on around the country. here's what's happening in your neck of the woods. cloudy skies right now with our city camera. most of the rain has come to an end and it
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mainly dry this afternoon. some peeks of sunshine, humid, breezy, feeling like summer. and a high temperature today of 88. now tomorrow, we'll have a another round of rain during the morning hours, potentially some pockets of heavier rain but by the afternoon, not only do we see increasing sunshine but lowering humidity as well. temperatures in the mid to upper 80s tomorrow, mid 80s on sunday, beautiful on monday, very comfortable. coming up next, our co-host, andy grammer, is on the plaza concert today, once again singing one of his most famous hits for our crowd right after these messages. "how clean do l after going to the bathroom?" (laughter) (laughter) then we asked the experts i feel as clean as a little, white tiny kitten. a ah ooh, a twinkling iceberg! that's because only cottonelle® has cleanripple® texture. designed to clean better... ...as clean as a shimmering mermaid. cottonelle® wants everyone
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♪ the citi concert series on "today" is proudly presented to you by citi. >> now for a performance to kick off your weekend fun, singing one of his biggest hits, "good to be alive" here is andy grammer. he is. andy grammer. ♪ i've been grinding so long i've been trying this here for years ♪ ♪ and i've gotot ♪ and if thera
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rain ♪ ♪ but i've been sending up prayers and something's changed ♪ ♪ i think i finally found my hallelujah ♪ ♪ i've been waiting for this moment all my life ♪ ♪ now all my dreams are coming true, ya ♪ ♪ i've been waiting for this moment ♪ ♪ and it's good to be alive right about now ♪ ♪ good, good, good, good to be alive right about now ♪ ♪ good, good, good, good to be alive right about now ♪ ♪ hallelujah, let that bass line move ya, say yeah ♪ ♪ it's good to be alive right about now ♪ ♪ i was dead in the water, nobody wanted me (uh huh) ♪ ♪ i was old news, i went cold as cold can be ♪ ♪ but i kept throwing on coal tryna make that fire burn (uh huh) ♪ ♪ sometimes you gotta get scars to get what you deserve (uh huh) ♪ ♪ i kept moving on and now i'm moving up (uh huh) ♪
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♪ man, i'm feeling blessed with all this love ♪ ♪ i think i finally found my hallelujah ♪ ♪ i've been waiting for this moment all my life ♪ ♪ now all my dreams are coming true, ya ♪ ♪ i've been waiting for this moment ♪ ♪ and it's good to be alive right about now ♪ ♪ good, good, good, good to be alive right about now ♪ ♪ good, good, good, good to be alive right about now ♪ ♪ hallelujah, let that bass line move ya, say yeah ♪ ♪ it's good to be alive right about now ♪ ♪ i almost can-, cannot handle it ♪ ♪ i could get u-, could get used to this ♪ ♪ i almost can-, cannot handle it ♪ ♪ i could get u-, could get used to this ♪ ♪ i think i finally found my "[
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♪ hallelujah, hallelujah, hallelujah, hallelujah ♪ ♪ hallelujah, hallelujah, hallelujah ♪ ♪ and it's good to be alive right about now ♪ ♪ good, good, good, good to be alive right about now ♪ ♪ good, good, good, good to be alive right about now ♪ ♪ hallelujah, let that bass line move ya, say yeah ♪ ♪ it's good to be alive right about now ♪ ♪ good, good, good, good to be alive right about now ♪ ♪ good, good, good, good to be alive right about now ♪ ♪ good, good, good, good to be alive right about now ♪ ♪ good, good, good, good to be alive right about now ♪ ♪ it's good to be alive right about now ♪ >> hear more from andy grammer
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at applemusic.com/today. we're back in a moment. this is "today" on nbc. fios is not cable. we're a 100% fiber optic network. now with our new fios gigabit connection, you get amazing download speeds up to 940 megs, 20 times faster than most people have. and the price is amazing too for $79.99 a month online for the first year you'll get our fastest triple play with hbo included for 2 years. leave cable's slower internet speeds behind. so hurry up and switch to fios gigabit connection for $79.99 with tv, hbo and multi-room dvr service for two years all with a two year agreement.
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♪ our thanks to andy grammer. what a fun morning. it was so fun to have you here. >> give love to everybody. >> and hashtag on social media too. >> #givelove. >> we have got -- you're starting us off watching us but next week, we've got a huge line-up. we've got amy poehler, kristen wiig, jamie foxx and allly andrews. >> that is huge and al roker. >> and dylan dryer and chanel jones. >> clooet and hoda are coming up next.
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>> announcer: this is a news4 today news break. >> 9:57 is your time now on this friday, june 23, 2017. good morning to you. i'm euy yann yang red line serv has been temporarily suspended. metro says there is a track problem outside of dupont circle. trains on the line are also single tracking between the medical center and grosvenor stations. for the first time i46
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years, someone from our area went number one in the nba draft. markelle fultz is from upper marlboro and went to high school in high yatsville. you can learn more about him in our nbc washington app. very exciting, congrats. let's check our forecast. good morning, amelia. on storm team4 radar, most of the area dryness will remain the case. only some lone showers out there in the panhandle of west virginia. 80s this afternoon. >> thank you, amelia. coming up on news4 midday, we'll have a live report from a fireworks safety demonstration in fairfax county. we'll see you at 11:00. fios is not cable. we're a 100% fiber optic network. now with our new fios gigabit connection, you get amazing download speeds up to 940 megs, 20 times faster than most people have. and the price is amazing too for $79.99 a month online
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♪ >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today." with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb. from studio 1-a in rockefeller plaza. >> hello, even. welcome to try day friday. it's june 23. that is, i love this life by low cash. >> i love a little country music in the morning. >> speaking of country music from the show, "nashville" actress rachel bilson is here. now she's joining another hit series, "nashville" and he's going to tell us all about it. have you ever received a wedding invite and some of them say black tie optional, festive, beachy, and you're like, what are you supd

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