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and always surprising. (horn honking) good morning, criminal good morning criminal conduct. former trump lawyer and confident michael cohen ready ta make stunning claim on citol hill. a source telling nbc news he' provide evidence that the president broke the law while in office. so what will he say? what is the evidence and how credible is he as a witness when he's already admitted lying to congress? we're live at the white house. high-stakes showdown. president trumpet to land in vietnam this morning for his second summit with kim jong-un. the north korean leader arriving security and ajor big crowds. the president announcing a lofty goal ahead of their closely watched face-to-face. >> we want denuclearization. >> lester holt reports live from
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hanoi. stunningnvcoiction, a former top cardinal at the vat vatican found guilty of abusing two choir boys. the highest ranking church official ever convicte we're live at the vatican with how the pope isre sponding. nearly 200 passengers stuck on an amtrak train in oregon for more than 24 hours and counting. what happened and why is it taking so long to get to them. police reveal intimate new details about robert kraft's arrest in a prostitutionstring. a today live exclusive. >> i remember looking down and seeing claws. >> the colorado man forced to fight off and kill a mountain lion with his barees hands tak us inside that life and death struggle and how he's recovering today. tod today, february 26,2019.
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ew announcer: from nbc n this is "today" withan savnah guthrie and hoda l kotb,e from studio 1a in rockefeller plaz >> welcome. thank you for joining us. hat interview is going to be fascinating. >> i can't hear enough about it. this man running along on a trail, attacked by a mountain lion and manages to fend it off with his bare hands. >> by the way, welcome back. you're coast to coast, l.a.,gh y news and you're hear this morning. >>ichael cohen, the president's former attorney is set to begin today a three-day grilling on capitol hill. word this morning he's expected to claim, among other things, th the president has committed criminal conduct since taking office. >> ps that isying out in washington, the president will be touching down in vietnam for new talks with north korea's
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kikim jong-un. >> reporter: it is high stakes as michael cohen heads to h capitol hill appearance, the first of three this week will be behind closed doorsbe re the senate intelligence committee. that's the committee he lied to when he first testified on theo hill 18s ago. cohen and the president were once so close, he said he'd take aullet for mr. trump. after flipping on his former boss last year, today there are signs coh could reveal more damaging information including the possibility of criminal conduc by the esprent. this morning president trump's former personal attorney michael cohen begins a three difficult day marathon of testimony on capitol hill including intense questioning focused on his former boss. eda source with kno of what to expect says cohen will address what he believes to be criminal conduct by the president since he took office. mr. trump's financi statements potentially including details about his tax returns and his
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involvement insi pe campaign violations including hush money payments to stormy daniels over their alleged affair which mr. trump denies. nothing will off limits in the two closed-door sessions slated for todaynd ursday. democrats say one focus, that june 2016 meeting between campaign officials and a russian attorney. cohen also expected to be grilled on his previous false ut statements aboorking on building a trump tower in moscow well into the caeaign. thresident has consistently insisted there was no ewrongdoing. verybody knew about it. it was written about in newspapers. it was a well-known product. >> reporter: cohes attorney lanny davis giving his own preview. there are a couple of things that he'll say that he heard donald trumpeh sayind closed that about black peopl people, even his supporters will say, yep, that's trump. >> reporter: asked about it recently, the president appearea
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und. >> do you have any concerns about michael cohen's testimony? >> no. >>eporter: the so-called fixer financial ed for crimes and lying to krong. as he prepares to head back to capitohill, cohen facing skeptical lawmakers. >> i know he's already lied to congress once. i don't know how you separate fact fromon fic with mr. cohen. >> that's the point right there, the republicans are likely going to c sayen has a big credibility problem. he lied to cohen in the past. what's cohen saying about that? >> reporter: there's no doubt tyout that. cohen's credibi issues will be under a microscope. when he flipped on the esident, cohen said his allegiance is no longer to mr. trump but rather to his family and thetr co for his part the president distanced himself from aormer fixer calling him a lie ar aooi
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rat. that's where the president's business dealings will be in the spotlight, hoda and savannah. >> kristen welker at the white house. >> as that drama unfolds, president trump arriving inet m for his secondth summit orth korea's leader kim jong-un.ol lester has made the trip as well. good morning to you. >> good morning. despite hiccups including a late accommodation of the white house press corps. kim ng-un is here and on the move. president trump is in the air. there are aurot of pre for him to come away from the summit with something more concrete than hhe did in t last meeting. this morning, president trump is set to arrive in vietnam for his second nuclear summit with kim jong-un. the north korean dictator arriving overnight on his secure trai after atwo-day journey
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through china, greeted with great fanfare at a red carpet. an attendant sprinting to accompany kim as he shook hands ith a line of officials waiting to greethim. the mode tore ce arriving at aho tell in hanoi, the same as the press corps filing center. vietnamese officials announcing the filing center is being relocated. among those joining kim on this tris younger sister seen a holding crystal arbitrary for an earlierbrpoke k. the president expressed optimism about the upcoming meeting. i think we'll have a tremendous summit. we want denuclearization. they'll have a country that will t a lot of records for speed in terms of an economy. >> reporter: the top u.s. goal at the summit, get north korea to freeze its nuclear and ballistic missile programs.
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in exchange the u.s. could offej ant statement formally ending the korean war, diplomatic interessections. those goals could collidey wit real the korean peninsula. denied lt year's statement by president trump that north carolina north korea is no longer a nuclear threat, they'vc adva nuclear and ballistic missile programs and failed to provide an accounting of its deadly arsenal.ge u.s. intele officials also tell nbc news they are increasingly doubtful kim jong-un intends to dmantle his nuclear program. democrats pointing to the lack of progress. >> no one wants another summit that's more about optics than progress. >> reporter: the president saying he's in no f hurry the regime to prove it's abandoning
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its missiles. >> i don't want to rush anybody. i don't want testing. as long as there's no testing, we're happy. >> reporter: the lat t chapt in the evolving relationship between the two leaders, once defined by escalating rhetoric. >> rocket man is on a suicide mission for himself and for his gime. >> reporter: there is great enthusiasm over thei.ummit in ha u.s. and north korean flags are everywhere. kim's arrival at this hotel drew crowds and cheers. >> lester will have the latest on a special editionf flbs "nightly news." lateril lester anchor our special coverage including president trump'sival this morning. breaking overnight, another dark chapter inhe sex abuse scandal. cardinal george pell, the pope's ap financialiser and most senior member of the church has
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been charged with child sex abuse and has now been convicted. nbc's anne thompson joins us from vatican city with the anne, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, hoda. the vatican calls the convictio of cord nall george pell painful and reveals he's restricted frou ic ministry. this comes less than 48 hours after pope francis declared a all-out war on clergy sex abuse. now thisonviction threatens to send one of the post's closest advisers to prison. australian cardinal george pell, once a member of popean frs's inner circle now convicted of child sexual abusec in dber an australian jury found pell guiy of abusing two 13-year-old choir boys as the archbishop of melbourne. though the vergt was reached in december, it was prevented from being made publi until now. the verdict shocking many at the
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vatican. >> our hope at all times is through this pcess justice will be served. >> reporter: one voice said pell exposed himself and molested them back in 1996 when he caught them swigging sacramental wine after mass. a second incident happened weeks later. this was t second trial on these charges. the first jury could not reach a decision. >> there'sf a lot skepticism about it, by comparison with the mccarrick case most notably. there's a lot of, really? that doesn't sound like the george pell we know. >> reporter: he was supposed to face another trial for molesting boys in a swimming pool. those charges were dropped. pell faces prison time something othe child abuse survivors are demandint >> we wan to see him in jail. we want to see him fry in hell forever. >> reporter: just this past sunday pope francis ended a conference on sexual abuse in the church, the pontiff calling
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for an all-out battle against a crime heaid should be erased from the face of the earth. pell who is 77 insists he's innocent. in the past he's called these accusations vial and disgusting. his sentencing begins tomorrow and his lawyer is proming an appeal. savannah and hoda. >>anne atatican city, thank you. craig joins the table. >> r. kelly, the singer free on bond this mor after appearinca in a chigo courtroom and pleading not guilty to multiple charges of sexual abuse. m nbc's rt was there covering the case for us. good morning. >> good morning. three o the four alleged victims in the indictmentanded t last week were minors at the time. lawyer michael avenatti tweeted last night that additional charges could be filed in coming weeks. this morning r. kelly a fe man after spending the weekend in a chiceo jail.
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th singer posting $100,000 cash nto aon monday walking crush of media. his release coming hours after the&b star wearing an orange jumpsuit and surrounded by deputies pleaded not guilty to ten counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse. attorney michael avenatti who represents two of kelly's alleged victims in the indictment told reporters he turned over a second video toha authors shows the entertainer abusing an underage girl. no comment from prosecutors on thetape. avenatti hinting a third video could be coming soon. >> this rain of abuse and assault by mr. kelly is about to mme to an abrupt and permanent end. >> avenatti doesn't decide how the case is decided. >> reporter: kelly's attorney, steve greenberg, who has called the ausers liars denies any criminal wrongdoing. >> i have no reason to believe that there's any tape of mr.
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kelly acting inappropriately in relation to these cases or that he's done anythg else wrong. >> reporter: attorney gloria allred and one of her clients, a woman who appeared in the recent docu-sers "surviving r. kelly" responded directly to kelly's lawyer. >> the years of him preying on young women have gone on for far too long robert sylvester kelly must be held accountable for the many lives he h ruined. to mr. greenberg, it is so irresponsible to sta all the women are liars. the only person lying is your client. >> reporter: kelly, who has long maintained his innocee, was acquitted on child pornography charges in 2008. as a conditionf his release, r. kelly was ordered to surrender his passport, have no contact with anyone under the age of 18, nor contact with any alleged victimsn this case. our station here in chicago caught up with r. kelly's mana he said the singer plans to
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speak out soon. he's due back in court on march 2nd, craig. >> ron mott in chicago, thank du. a wtory unfolding the oregon. nearly 200 people stranded on an amtrak train for more than a day after the train hit debris on the tracks. nbc national corresponde miguel almaguer is following this one for nius. good m. >> good morning. crews say they'll be able to reach that train this morning. after they do, it will head back to eugene and portland eventuly, but not before passengers recover from this agonizing experience. >> this morning tense moments for passengerstuck on an amtrak train in oregon for almost 36ours after hitting a tree that had fallen onto the tracks, trapping nearly 200 people on board.s offici say the amtrak coast star light which operates daily between seattle and los angeles was malted by falling debris sunday, coming the a sudden stop in oak ridge, a small town 40mi
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ngs east of eugene, temporarily puthose on board on a pathway to nowhere. bad weaerurying the train in up to four feet of snow. the train's day and a half long standsti causing stress and anxiety for some. passengers >> it's really bad. it'seally bad because we don't have any access to fresh't air,o we cet off the train. we're not supposed to answer the windows.lo of younger folks, quite a few college students, trying to get back down to califo hia. we'v a couple of panic attacks we've worked through. >> reporter: amelrachsing a statement saying none of the 183 passengers and crew members aboard were injured. due to road closures, there was no viabl way to safely transport passengers and crews via alternate transportation adding they areor activelyng with union pacific to clear the right-of-way, g passengers off the train. this morning those on board the stranded train cast away in the
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cold winter weher, hoping this layer harrowing ordeal will soon come to an end. >> generally everyone is getting along and just kind of waiting. at this point there's nothing ybody can do to get us anywhere because o the weather. >> amtrak says they decided to keep everyone on the train because there's only two small towns in oak ridge and power is still out to the entire city because of aowstorm. hopefully the long journey home is almost >>over. nightmare. >> horrible ordeal. miguel, thank you. time for our first check ofe the her. for that we say good morning to al. >> good morning, guys. take a look at what's been going on. blizzard conditions in upstate new york. is is near fulton, new york. blowing and drifting snow, big problems. the good news is be starting -- you can barely see out there. whiteout alconditions. a bit of a new england chill today. 13 million people impacted. boston, wind advisories for
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gusts up to 45 miles per haur. here is else we're looking at. we've got an area of snow ktretching from the dakotas to western new yor getting caught up along the jet stream. as that develops, we'll be watching thilier come across the midwest. light travel delays continually pushing through. what this will end up doing is spreading into the northeast, one to three inchew of sno in new england. back to the west we'll see one to two inches. the heaviest amounts will be in upstate new york and we've got that jet stream bringing the clipper, keeping the cold air to the north. temperatures will be belowno al from billings to albany, above normal from nashville to las veils. that continue tomorrow right on into friday as that jet stream continues to make that cold air to the north. we'll geto yourocal forecast coming up in the next 30 seconds.
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good morning everybody. i'm storm team 4 meteorologist chuck bell. just a couple e of cloudsly this morning. no chance for rain for the next couple of days. it is a cd start this morning. 35 in arlington, 21 inmanassas, 27 in gaithersburg, 28 in new market, maryrnd. af cold start this morning, oe'll have enough sunshine bring afternoon temperatures into the low 50s today. more clouds and a smidge cooler for tomorrow. mostly cloudy, near 50 on thursday. maybe more snow early on friday. a more significant chance next weekr >> that's yatest weather. isn't it nice that savannah is back? >> wre all together again.
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there's a crash on the ramp to clarton parkway because of ice. they were icing that overpass. you can stay on the outer loop to northbound clara barton and then turn around to get around it. 95 in virginia, ramp to dale ty, new accident there. >> thank you melissa. new today on news 4, genetic testing is helping police crack s.ld ca find out what law enforcement officials have to say about this testing. we'll take a break. your weather is next.
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off to a dry and cold start. most of the suburbs well below freezing this morning. you' need your winter coat for your trip out the door. afternoon temperatures will be in the upper 40s and low 50s. chilly but typical for february. a ltle coole and clouds
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around tomorrow with highs in the 40s. maybe wet snow arriving friday morning. >> another local news update in about 25s. minute for now, back to the "today" show after this short break. my name is elaine barber, and i'm a five-year cancer survivor. surviving for five years is a big deal. i had so many people at ctca helping me find a way to go through the treatments. the reality of cancer is not everybody survives. at ctca, they have a huge celebrate life event. that was amazing because the whole day
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was about all of the survivors. i'm excited about my future. learn more at cancercenter.com/philadelphia. 7:30 now, 7:30, tuesday morning in new york city. in hanoi, vietnam, it's 7:30 in the evening. the president is expected to arrive shortly for his second summit with north korean lead are kim johe-un. >> t top goal of the white house getting north korea to freeze its nuclear and ballistic missile programs. in excha the u.s. could offer incentives to pyongyang including sanctions relief. u.s. intelligence officials say they're increasingly doubtful that kim jong-un intends to dismantle his nuclear program. meanwhile president trump's former personal lawyer, michael cohen, kicks off appearances.
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he claims to very re veal what he knowstrbout p's contacts with russia. no topics expected to be off limits. cohen is said to serve prison time for lying the the committee in 2017. shocking video shows aa floreen plunging 40 feet after falling through a high school gymnasiumig skyl. it happened during a wrestling match.on lookers were just stunned w the 19-year-old comes crashing to the ground. witnesses say the tn initially tried to get up. friends say he suffered serious back injuries but is recovering well. the teen and several teens were said to be shooting a music deo on the roof of the gymnasium at the time of the incident. >> now to a"today" exclusive. an update on a story t wed you about earlier this month. travis kauffman was jogging through theor co mountains when he was attacked by a mountain lion, forced to fight back to survive. wheel talk to travis and his
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girlfriend annie in aoment. >> a an avid outdoorsman incredible experience. >> i feel fortunate the situation turned out the way it did. >> remarkable story of survival. it seemed like an ordinary run in the picturesque colorado mountains when travis kauffman heard a rustling o pine needles. he was face-to-face with a wild mountain lion just ten feet away. as animal attacked, clawing at his face and legs, the runner's instinct and adrenaline kicked in. kauffman wrestled himself free and choked the young cat to death before running to get help. his girlfriend annie rushed to the hospital to find him with stitches on his face, but mostly intact. kauffman isis taking new-found fame with a runner's stride. >> who a is disappointed that i'm not, in fact, chuck norris. e reporter: as the cou adjusts to his surge in popularity. >> one of my co-workers, her first reaction when she found
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out it wa travis said you've got to lock that down. >> you've got to locwn that we have travis and andy with us this morning. it's nice to see your face. how are you? >> i'm feeling great. pretty much 100%. the only thing i have to is numbness in my fangers. otrwise everything is shipshape. >> can you believe how much attention this has gotten? >> no. >> this story is everywhere. >> it's one ofgs those th when it first happened i thought it might be a local story and maybe something in like the state of colorado, but stopping there for the most part. >> you're worldwide because you did manage tovercome a mountain lion with your bare hands or foot. let's go back to that day. you're on a trail run. you live in colorado. you hear a ig, a little tree branch breaks. what happensnext? >> i heard it and then i turned. and it was one of those things where my stomach just dropped.
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i was thinking, i c't believe this is happening, this is real, oh crap>> o do you turn and you stop and is this mountain lion coming toward you? >> it was running at me at which point i threw my hands air and started yelling. >> they say you're supposed to make yourself bigger than lifeou soe yelling and screaming, and that's not deterring, the mountain lion isg com at you. >> yeah. >> so where did heit rst. >> first i threw my hands up to kind of block my face. he just jumped and latched right on to my wrist and srted clawing. he got a claw through my lip and a claw on my face.he that's i really had that instinct to fight back like kicking full force. p> i'm just trying to imagine because i k reading about this. i don't want you to act it out. you're standing and this giant cat is on you, but then you
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started rolling around on the ground? how did this all kind of play out? >> after it jumped on me, i tried to throw it off of me. unfortunately its mouth was still pretty wrapped around my wrist and claws dug into my ock. we tumbl the side of the trail together and went downslope. luckily how we tumbled i was able to kind of get on top of the cat. >> y're on topf the cat and reaching for whatever -- i should point out, you are about r'10", you're 155 and trying to be larhan life. you pick up rocks and sticks, just anything how is the cat reacting? >> the cat is pretty much just clawing. it still has my wrist in its mouth w thele time. >> i think i read you had a mountain lioth or something lodged in your hand? >> the tooth didn't stay. it was latched. so one tooth wasn my wrist and
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the other was in the meat side of my hand. it was kind of like on both sides trapped in there. >> you get to a point where you've got to do something. this is all probably hap0ning in seconds. how did it come to you that you've got to sort of strangle this cat? >> i knew sin i couldn't get at the airway with stick or something, the only thing i had because i didn't have any weapons was a foot. i didn't have a free hand. i was able to kind of reposition -- >> are you laying down and then you kind of roll over? i'm trying to visualize how this >> i was kind of crouched on top of it. imagine my wrist in its mouth. i pinned its backegs with my left knee so i wouldn't get scratched on that end. i was ae to swing my right leg around, some twistert movem right there. >> and then you basically put
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your foot on theai mou lion's neck. so you waited there. did you not have a phone or ything with you? >> no, i didn't. >> you just start that state that you're in? >> yep. >> can we just back up for a second because your foot on the mountain lion's neck and you're basically trying t suffocate the mountain lion. how long did that take? i'm sure it felt like ten years. >> it did feel like ten years. i would sayeveral minutes. there were moments when i would feel like i'd periodically stop moving and then it would starts thg again. so a couple of those cycles and then finally i felt pretty convinced it was done. and it actually released my hand at thatpoint. >> which brings -- so you run and you eventually text your girlfriend annie who is here. what did that text say tlex it was wild. >> hey love. i'm in a meeting. i can't answer.
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at's up. i'm okay. but i got attacked by a mountain lion on my run. i'm in theer. did you think he was kidding around. >> i had just gotten done with a big presentation. it was a pretty bigg. meet it was immediately jumped out of the room and able to talk a few minutes before i drove to the hospital right away. >> were you kind of shocked when you found out what he h or were you like, that's so travis? >> there's kind of a weird mix of that because i feel like when he first told me, he said he got attacked by a mountain lion and i must have asked how he got away. he said ended up killing it. what? didn't take much time to talk then and just ran to the howaital. ther so much disbelief, not really understanding how big of a deal it was. but also it's sort of like, of course you did that at the same time. i don't know.
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>> later that nightou asked me if i was like secretly special forces. >> what is in your background you haven't told me about. >> did you know you had it in you? would you ever dream you could have kept your cool and known what to do and escaped with your life? >> i mean obviously you can't really imagine that scenario. ou don't anticipate that scenario. i don't know. it's one of those things where -- i didn't really make any decisions. >> instinct. >> i kind of did what i felt like i had to do. ou before we let go, this is so important for people who are running outside.yo were not wearing ear buds or any kind of headphones during your run. i know you feel like that saved your life. >> yeah. >> explain why though h if i had ear buds in, i wouldn't haverd the stick crack and turned. in that case, i think it would ha been very different just because it could have latched on to the back of my neck. >> travis, we're so hap you're
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here. annie we're happy you're here. >> you all went on vacation and went hiking. >> right down mexico. a little more twitchy than i normally am. >> i guess . coming up, the multitalented and extremely busy john legend will joyce us to talk about "the voice," his wife chris si and so much more. we followed swimmer nathan adrian's journey through five gold medals. he's using that comittitive spir in his fight against canc. he'll share his story with us. what the nfl is now sayoug the prostitution scandal facing patriots owner bob kraft as he was seen getting off a plane with tom brady after spending the weekenda. in we'll have that right after this.
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unlimited on the best network now comes with apple musicn us and $300 off our best phones. only on verizon. it's 8:00n "today," high stakes meeting. president trump landing in vietnam today for his second nuclear summit with north korean leader kim jong-un. >> i think we'll have a tremendous summit. we want denuclearization. >> overnight kim arriving on his bulletproof train. > back in washington, the president's former lawyer michael cohen gears up for an intense day on capitll. we're live at the nation's capital and vietnam with the latest. plus, strengths and determination, five-time olympic gold medalist nathan adrian is joining us live for an exclusive interview about his battle with cancer while training to swim in the nt olympics. this morning how he's doing and what he wants you to know about the disease.
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and the legend ais here.eg johnd is stopping by studio 1a. new talk about being the guy on "the voice," father of two and what it's really like beg married to chrissy teigen.da toy february 26, 2019. >> today is mel's 50th birthday. >> good morning to my sweet girl bristol in, missouri. mommy loves yod >> g day from down under. we love you hoda. >> i brought my mom from corpus chris christi, texas. >> hi mom in rgbrowns indiana. >> from altoona, pennsylvania. >> good morning to y.everybod welcome back to "today" n this tuesday morning. nice crowd filling in outside. >> you know what i take away? u have friends
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internationally. >> from austraa. >> are wn down there? >> we ar >> hello down under. >> keep those shout-outs. coming. ausy rning. to the news at 8:00.ig the stakes are for president trump arriving in vietnam while his former attorney begins what could beng damaestimony before congress. we've got all the coverage. we'll start with peter alexaer in hanoi and kristen welker from the white house. kristen, good morninr: >> reporood morning to you. in just a few hours, president trump's former personal attorney michl cohen begins three days of testimony on capitol hill. now today's session will be behid clo doors. a source with knowledge of what to expect says he'll address what he perceives t conduct.nal another topic, mr. trump's
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financial statements, details about tax returnsin and lvement in possible campaign finance violations. ssia inhe spotlight including the june 26th meeting icials and aaign o russian attorney. today's hearing is significant. it is behind closed doors. expect big fireworks tomorrow when cohen testifies publicly. republicans will grill cohen on the fact that he liedsso conghen he first testified 18 months ago. cohen once said he'd take a bullet for the president. saying he last year puts family and country first. >> kristen welker at the white house. thank you. now t annoy where the president says he's looking forward to a, quote, very productive face-to-face meeting with north korean leader kim jong-un. peter alexander is there. good terning. >> rep good morning to you. ahead of the president's arrival, north koreanr dicta kim jong-un is already seizing the spotlight after a 65-hour armored train ride from pyongyang.
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enjoying a red carpet welcome i vietnam. he's exploring hano lined with north korean and american flags everywhere you look. the president, kim jong-un, will sit down for a private dinner tomorrow night, this time tomorrow, their first face-to-face since last year's summit in singapore. president trump will be joined at that dinner by the secretary of state mike pompeo, chief of staff nick mulvaney as well. already he appears to be redefining success ahead of the summit, after initially declaring north korea is no longer a nuclear threat, this morning the president said he wants denuclearization but emphasized he's inru no . there was a dramatic scene overnight as the vietnamese government abruptly announced that the white house press corps, the work space would be relocated, forced to leave the same hotel where the north korean leader was staying. i was in the lobby at the me. security officers demanded i delete all the photos, ordered me to take the stairs so i
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wouldn't layn the freshly laid red carpet. for several hours we were hold up on the seventh floor as the north koreans secured the property for the, as they descri hi supreme leader. also this morning, new details emerging about the allegations against rert kraft. the new england patriots owner formally charged with tof counts soliciting a prastitute. he w spotted with star quarterback tom brady yesterday. oirry sanders us with the latest on this. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, craig. e state attorney in palm beach county upped the charges against tbert kraft and 24 other men to a first degree misdemeanor. if convicted on thosecharges, it carries a harsher penalty, including up to h100rs of classes learning about the evils of human and sex trafficking as we as up to a year in jail. this morning robert kraft is back in boston. the new englandriots owner seen hugging his star quarterback tom brady after they
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flew home from los angeles in kraft's private jet. >> we're charging 25 individuals with soliciting tomit prostitution. cutors rter: pro charging kraft with two misdemeanor counts of first degree solicitation. >> i can assure you our office treats everyone the same, whether you have o a lmoney or are indigent. we treat all defendants the same. no one gets special justice in palm beach county. >> reporter: investigating releasing graphic new details of kraft's alleged sexual encounters at the orchids of asia day spa, all recorded on as many as five surveillance cameras. one of kraft's alleged visits, the morning of the afc championship ga. detectives say kraft documented on video engaging in a sexact, handing over a $100 andnother bill leaving in a chauffeured bentley waiting outside. ifconvicted, the billionaire
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and 24 otheramed in the investigation could face up to a year in jail. kraft couldlso face penalties from the nfl. the organizationssng a statement monday saying in part our personal conducty pol applies equally to everyone in e nfl. we will handle this allegation in the same way we would handle any issue under the policy. kraft's florida lawyer not responding monday when asked to comment. last week a spokesman saying kraft denied any illegal activity. now ts high-profile case bringing national attention to the issue of human trafficking. the human trafficking hotline says florida ranks behind only california and texas in the number of cases reported. last year receiving14 more than 00 calls nationwide. y oldis is not about lon men or victimless crimes. this is aboutnabling a network
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of criminals to traic women into our country for forced labor and sex. >> reporter: a lawyer representing other men caught up in this investigation has filed with the court saying that the police videotape, which is key evidence, was obtained legally. craig,ithout that evidence if a court were to decide it were obtained illegally, this case could fall apart. now a morning boost. i hope y like it. hid hod her tune "baby making our little ones wiggle and dance for a while. moves by takes her shark to the next level. ♪ >> come on. she is totally in. that baby shark phenomenon will be with us for a little while.
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>> she's so cute. it's worth getting the song in your head again for another 48 to 72hours. >> she's got the moves. >> you're welcome, america. still ahead, the rocket man, sir elton john's duet with the actor set to play him on the big screen. we've got a legend in t house. none other than john legend right after this. that's why i switched to liberty mutual. they customized my insurance, so i only pay for what i need. i insured my car, and my bike. my calves are custom too, but i can't insure those... which is a crying shame. only pay for what you need. ♪ liberty. liberty. liberty. liberty. ♪
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8-month. seresto, seresto, seresto. . just close your weeyes. e back at we're back with theoice of legendary john legend. >> kicked off season 16 with the emmy, grammy and tenney winner. blake, adam and kelly made it clear they alrea see thisan as a threat. [ chrs and applause ] >> they don't want uso be
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together. they're haters. >> on the first hour of his first day -- >> already blocked. >> how am i the first person blocked? >> i can assure you it was blake shelton. >> was it you? >> it was not me. >> i didn't do it. >> blake always lies. >> blake is a liar. i learned i can't trust him. >> he holds the lie for a long time. then on a commercial break, it wasn't me. yes, it was. >> how was your first day at school on "the voice." >> it wasfun. ing blocked was a bit of a pain. i got good singers. >> kind of flal flattering. >> supposedly they think i'm a threat, blah, blah, blah. by i know i was block every single one of them. it's not nice. >> when he voice" called, was it a erno-bra >> i was into it. i had been a guest mentor on the show before. i enjoyed it i lov working with new singers, hanging out with other coaches. i'm having a great >> is chrissy a fan?
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>> she is, yes. we were both watching i last night excited. >> that was the first question i always ask. how is john. john is a great guy. when is chrissy gngo be there? >> you know how we talk about chrissy so much on this show. it's a drinking game, when we say chrissy teigen, take a shot. one thing about"the voice," it's really competitive. the judges are serious. it's not for show. they really are out to get each other. >> it is competitivm ery competitive. we want to win. but obviously we want to win for these artists and gane them a to have their dreams come true. >> this show is built off the idea ofio almost like rn the idea. you'd fall in love with a voice trst, and allhe things we'd dollize i celebrity and looks and souperficial folks is by th wayside. your first day when you werend shooting you shut your eyes and listening, what was going on in your mind? mat woulde you hit your button? >> i want to get chills.
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i want to behe excited by singer. i want to hear something in their vocal te that impresses me and moves me. i turned around a coupleca time e i got that feeling. >> do people by and large look like what they sound like? >> sometimeut they don't always. you never know what you're going to turn around and se >> everybody on the show seems to sing pretty well. heso what's x factor where you go, oh that rson? >> i've heard a lot of singing. for someone to stand out to me, they have to be special. >> also have to see through the nerves. they got 90 seconds to change their lives. these guys can hear nerves and pitch. they have to see through that. >> there are plenty of good singers that can't deliver in front of an ataudience. the most nerve-racking thing. we did it for the christmasl spechere she had to perform for us with us turned around. she said i don't know how anyone does this
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's got to be pretty terrifying. >> can we talk about something that's been in the news lately, r. kelly was arrested and charged with a crime. you wer one of the few singers who spoke out. he had at one point offered you a song and you said no thank you. s i'm glad the documentary was made, so glad the victims t to have their voices heard. i think them having their voices heard, this story bei retold because it's been told before. but i think being retold through that medium really brought the issue to a lot of people's attention and i think it inspired law enforcement to move on some things that they weren't moving before. >>ou spoke outgainst him. you said no thank you, i don't want to work with you prior to this, prior to this all exploding agnkn. >> i t it's been a long time coming. i think a lot of us kind of tolerated or looked the other way on that issue for a long ti.
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and a lot of people were being hurt for decades. we looked away for too long. >> this is nothing new. we've heard about this in the music business forever. >> not just the music business, with him particularly, these stories have been around forde de >> what do you think should happen to him? >> i think, you know, let justice play out. obviously it's difficult tov anything beyond a reasonable doubt in court. we'll see what happens. i think his victims deserve justice. >> on a totally different note -- >> n segue here. >> no segue. you were at the oscars recently. you didn't see anyone? >> i wasn't at the oscars, i was at the "vanity fair" party. >> that was fun party, right? >> it was a fun party. then we went to j. zeejay-z's py after that. chrissy tweeted sheood up. >> we had some fun. >> mom and dad's night out.
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>> you don't go out as much. witty time you do, iteanrs on t er oryo instagram and see something she's written, oh, man --re t was a time when anonymity used to be like a thing. >> s's good. she's very savvy. she knows what she's doing. desn't worry me at all. >> we love her. how are the kids? >> kids are good. they love "baby shark." >> do you sing that to em >> she loves it. >> i cannot handle he's such a mini me of you. >> look at that suit. >> nine mnoths >> nine months, yeah, on the 16th. >> thanks for hanging with us. >> have fun on "the voice." >> i'm so excingd. hao much fun already. >> another edion tonight at 8:00. >> fun working with carson? >> i love it. he's the light of my life.
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>> over to al tore a check of the weather. >> today's weather is brought to you by marvel studios "captain marvel" tickets on sale now, in eeatersrywhere march 8th. >> can't wait for that. let's see what we've got. march outlook. warmer than average out west in southern california and the east coasn cooler t average in the midsection of the country. when it comes to precipitation, nohroughout much of the u.s. except the eastern third of theuny, looks like it's going to be wetter than average. for today, stormy conditions down through the gulf. a clipper coming across the plains thatigill bring snow, very chilly there. heavy rain moving into northern levy ploun tan snows in the sierra. that's what's happening across the country. ihere is what's happeni your neck of the woods. >> that marchtl k, march might end up being above average. next week will be way colder than average. right now a chilly february
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morning. temperatures inhe 20s and 30s. just enough cloud cover out sun fromdim out the time to time. we should have enough sunshine to get temperatures into the uppe 40s and low 50s. more dry weather and seasonably chilly weather the next coupl days. a chance for snow friday. a better chance for snow coming up next monday and wednesday. >> don't forget if you're heading out. look for us on the "today" show radio, sirius xm clanl 108. lots going on. >> carson has made hisray o to the orange room to show us remarkable images. >> cool stuff today,guys. the folks at apple set out to find some of the best photos made from an iphone. they're here exclusively, thrilled to reveal some of thes winn this is cayenne. thank you for being here. what are the rules for people? >> our shot on iphone challenge was open toanyone. we got submissions from all over the world. one of the ways was to use
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#shotoniphone. >> these are the winners. here is one here, of a basketball court. i don't know where. >> in hong kong, beautiful apartment building in the background. we love how the photo is printed like this. whenou zoom in, you can see the individual uniqueness of each of the rooms there. >> so coolhi how about one? >> this was taken in israel. it's aio refle on pavement of a heart shaped puddle. catching that glimpse of life. >> keeping the wat theme. >> taken from the inside of a car, believe it or not. a creighive use of depth and feel. >> i don't know how you narrowed this down. global -- everybody has an iphone. the most intimate of spaces. just incredible. >> this is a beautiful shot. >> this is beautiful. i love ts one as a mom. it just shows you can take beautifully inspiring photo lise ust anywhere and it elevates your memories of the
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child. >> how about t raccoon here? >> this was taken by a dad whose son loves raccoons. it was a great opportunity to quickly capture the shot. beautiful highlights in the eyes and the shadow detail. just a fantastic moment. >> how did you possibly narrow this down? how do youn narrow it d to ten? >> fortunately a really diverse group of judges including pro photographers like pete souza and internal apple experts, we're so thrilled with these ten finalists. >> where will the work be displayed? >>nhey could be s on the giant billboards you see in a city near you, in retail stores, online or maybe in your social fe feed. we're so excited to have this showcased, things you can capture every day on your iphone. >> thanks so much. thanks to our friends at apple as well. we all take pictures and try to be artsy.
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>> was there filters allowed? >> have to use basic editing on your phone. >> basic stuff. >> the camera obviously is amazing. but the photographers, you can see their come petition and their details. incredible. >> a little pop start? >> last night on "the tonight show" jimmy fallon gave viewers a lk at what really goes on beyond stage. it ain't pretty. >>obert irwin wanted to gauge jimmy's opinion on which animals he should shooff. from there a little spat ensuedo >> that's n' here, to pick an alligator or a snake? who cares? >> who cares? maybe you don't care, jimmy, but i do. i've devoted my life tohese animals. my whole family has. we lovethem. you're a very bad penkon. >> i thi you're overreacting a little bit. what if i said who cares about win of your little knock-knock jokes. what if i crapped over your
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career? >> put some pants on. it's febrry. >> he brought on a lovely house carom staten island. >> i thought robert was pretty solid, having fun, larry sanders style. >> we talked a things oscars, rammy malek fell off stage. there was a photograph of it. pamedics came oncene to treat him. he wasn't hurt. it was believed at one point there was no footage of the incident until now. newly surfaced video fromte twr we see the t exactt he fell off. >> he misjudged howlose he was to the edge. >> yikes. >> totally okay.ca pretty footage there. he celebrated a winningca that will make the boo-boo feel better. every year elton john and his husband david furnish raise
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money for the elton john aids foundation. edgerton who plays elton in "rocket man" jumps on stage. they performed tiny dancer together. ♪hold m closer tiny dancer ♪ count the headlights on the highway ay♪ ♪ me down in sheets of linen ♪ ♪ you had a busy day today ♪ >> edgerton can sing. he's no joke. >> he was the voice in "sing. the event raised $6.3 million for the foundation most importantly. while they put on a great performance, i think hoda's
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performance as elton john for halloween. nathan adrian on eyeing the next olympics while fight terrible diagnosis. let's catch up with him after your local news. good morning everybody. :26 now on this tuesday, february 26th. i'm aaron gilchrist. a check olet's get the morning commute with melissa mollet in first 4 traffic. outer loop of the beltway after river road, a vehicle fire. the riged side is blo because of that. eastbound leesbur pike, a fatal pedestrian crash investigation, a h hit-and-run thatpened just a little while ago. cabin john parkway is now open. that crash has cleared. still outeroop delays for about three miles. >> melissa, thank you. t'll check on forecast when we come back. stay with us.
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cold and dry outside to get your tuesday testar no chance for rain today, tomorrow or even on thursday until well after the sun goes down. temperatures in the 20s 30s.ow today's high temperature under a mix of clouds and sunshine, up
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to 52 adegrees. little more cloud cover and a smidge cooler tomorrow. >> chuck, thank cyou. you get the latest news and weather any time. open the nbc washington app.
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hi, good morning. hello, 8:30 now. it is a tsday morning. say good morning to everybody o oun our plaza. it's the 26th of february. boy, we'relmost going to be to march by thend of this week. great to have everyone out. this is like a nice winter break crowd. hi, sweetie. yes, i remember. oh, now, guys, what's with these cool hats you're wearing? i like your hatsha
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>>s right. take a look. >> a exciting announcement. a new attraction coming to universal orlando resort, the today cafe. >> what is it? >> a taste of studio 1a in orlando. it looks like our set which really cool. it's under construction now. this is what it's going to look liit. opening this spring. it's going to feature specialty foods and beverages including seasonal dishe ipired by my personal favorite recipes. you can even stop in,ve and w got a unique coffee blend made exclusively for the today cast. i'm going to get you a 10% discount. >> that's fun. >> did you put good oranges in there for hoda and craig? >> hoda and i are not the chefs at the today cafe, so is safe. >> we're launching the flway sweepstakes, to join us for the grand opening celebration, round trip airfare and hotel
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accommodations by universal orlando resort. to tnter go today.com/cafe. >> stayingn a room with you and i. >> those aren't >> we have a crowd moment. where is amber? amber and helen. i want to introduce my good friends amber and helen because we've met before, haven't we >> yes, we have. >> do you remember where? hen youas right there were coming out -- >> coming out of fao schwartz. >> these cute ladies said we got to town and wanted to si hi. >> we hollered savannah. i'm carrying my high heels because i didn't want to walk in them. >> so sweet of y to stop and take a picture with us. > you're from corpus christi, texas? what's the occasion? >> my mom's first time.
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she's always wanted to come to >> we had just gotten in town. they said we're coming tomorrow. i'm like, great. we're besties. thank you so much. >> that's so cool. >> did you know today marks one year since sonny's arrival. today is the day. we've loved every minute of it. we've been watching him grow up. remember when he was just a little puppy? he's going to be trained to be in the guide dog foundation. >> anything you want to say, sonny? >> he went up to the microphone. >> just ahead, five-time olympic gold medalist faith van adrian is here with his sights set on the olympics. he was rectly diagnosed with cancer. we'll talk to him about that and also h about can-do attitude to get back in the pool.
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winner, winner chicken dinner. valerie bertonelli is here with an aweso recip to become your family's new week night dish. we're eatingtoday. >> coming up on the third hour of "today," we're celebrating 60 years of motown. i gt talk t the legendary smokey robinson, takes us back to theeginning and he'll tell us which current artist he calls the man. >> his favorite. tay. first a check of weather. >> let's show you what we've got starting with "today," snowy conditions through the plains. stormy weather through tlf gu breezy in northern new england. looking at plenty of sunshine in thnd mid atlantic states the southwest. for tomorrow, bitter cold in the plains. sierra snows continue. we're looking for snow coming across those clippers, bringing snow through the l greates into the northeast and more wet weather florida into the gulf. that's what's gng on around the country. here is what's happening in your neck of the >>woods. good morni everybody. i'm storm team 4 meteorologist
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chuck bell around the nation's capital. skies are partly to mostly cloudy. plty of sunshine for your afternoon plans. temperatures still below freezing in most of the suburbs. milder downtown and by the bay. plan on a seasonably chilly day today. engh of a breeze to get us up to 52 degrees for today. a little cooler for tomorrow. tracking at least a little chance for snow early frida morning. so far it doesn't look like a high impact chance. >> trt is you latest weather. mr. daly, you have a special guest. avid e golf channel's feherty. good morning to you. how are you? >> i'm frozen, thank you. >> you just got back from mexico city. dustin johnson the number one lfer, he won his 20th, only f thth player to win 2015 events under the age of 20. >> so much i don't thinker than he used to be. o he of the elders.
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but i think he's got a whole lot more in front ofhim. >> six weeks from the plas centers. you predicted tiger made win major. wlou made news for that. >> yeah. >> who is coming into form for the green jacket? >> i think tiger -- the masters is the most likely one for him to win. i think his game -- and rory mcilroy also needs that. i think he'll be tuned to perfection that week. >> your show started its ninth season. such a great show. i watch it all the time. last nht wit freddie couples, a two-partner. tell us about >> freddie is the most interesting man in golf. it took mnine engineers to co years to corner him. people think he's this laid back cool character on the golf course. he's like aroox of underneath all of that, jumpy. >> a two-partner for him. what do u have coming up in the ninth season?
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>> we've got brooks koepka, we've got bryson dechambeau coming up, o professor golf. in the first series we have tony finau who actually set me on fire in salt lake city. >> a couple of other i guests was lucky enough to do the show. that was a lot of fun. >> it was a hoot. he could have been a great player if he hadn't decided for tv. >> we got a chance to sit for a coupleours and had a nice conversation about golf and life. it was really great. that's what's so special about your show. congratulations on the ninth season. always great toee you, david. >> thank you so much. >> you can catch him monday nights at 9:00 eastern on the lf channel. craig, back in to you. >> looking forward to seeing the episode with carson daly. up next, multiple gold medal winnings from nathan adrian on battling cancer while training for 2020.gh first, thou this is "today" on nbc.
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we are back with swimming superstar nathan adrian. he has eight olympic we are back with olympic superstar niegt than adrian. >> when a recent ccer diagnosis took him by surprise, he approached his health with the same competitive mindset he uses in the pool. he's in it to win it. we'll talk to him exclusively in a moment. first, her is his story. olympic champion nathan adrian is facing his fiercest opponent yet. >> adrian with a gold for the u.s. >> the five-time olympic gold medalist made a shocking announcement on social med last month. he said i went to the doctor as something didn't seem quite right. i unfortunately learned i have testicular cancer. on the bright side, we caught it early. i have alreant started treat and the prognosis is good. i'll be back in the water in few short weeks with my sights fullyet on tokyo. with a positive outlook, he made
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his journey public. he was shining in the after undergoing laparoscopic surgery and back in the gym just a week later, applying his competitive spirit to an entirely new model. the same drive that propelled him to the podium in the last three summer olympics. >> my goals ever since high school have been the same. 's always been to train hard and see how fast i can go. >> reporter: while uer a doctor's close observation, nathan is back in the pool and working toward two new goals. grabbing gold at the 2020 olympics andringing awareness to men's health by sharing his story. >> he is here this morning to do just that. nathan, good to see you. it's been just over a month since yous shared t on social media. first of all, how are you feeling today? great. feeling i'm feeling great. all things considered where we were, like i said, month ago, i'm back in the water, i'm
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training. my doctor lifted all the restrictions. it's about getting back on track ere we need to be. >> take us back to that moment because i think lifeo weird. on monday your life is totally normal. and then onuesday everything just flips and changes. so you were feeling, nathan, like something wasn't right in your body? what were you feeling? >> well, you notice something is wrong. >> what was it? >> and then you start to watch it >> to be honest, it was down there, something was swollen. it was and then you kind of watch it for a couple days. hey, is this betting better. if it's getting better, we can get back on tritk. wasn't. in a couple days you've got to call your doctor and say, hey, hopefully this is nothing, but we've got to look into it. that's something i learned from my mom who is a nurse, my sister, my sister and law are both physician's assistants. if there's something wrong, you have to check it out. >> you connect with the doctors. there's the prognosis and the discussions about treatment.
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what about theal emoti impact. in that moment how do you deal that? >> it's hard. it's hard. one of the reasons i decided to say and open up about this and be public about it, one-third of americans are going to sit down with the doctor and they're going to say, hey, we got your test results back otd they're what we hoped. that's hard. that's not something they prepare you forhon . you feel so alone and so isolated. the more i looked into it, ere's so many people that go through it, too, as i opened up about it, so many people even in my own social circles reached out to me saying, hey, me, too. i had n idea. >> getting that diagnosis is scary because i think even know ing -- hearing the word has to weigh on you. you went right into the mode of let'e care of this. >> for testicular cancer, ultrasound is ultimately what the diagnosis tool is.
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you get the ultrasound results back and when they're not what we hoped for, you schedule surgery. but with the medical system, it's a little bit of hurry up and wait. after surgery, you have toa wai ittle bit for your pathology results. after pathology results you have to -- you make more decisions. this isn't black and white. it is, y, you know, given what we know, this is the outcomed baff of this treatment path, this treatment path and this treatment path. i had a lot of great doctors who are willing to sit down and spend a lot of time withme, explaining what each meant, and we tried to make the best informed decion that wecould. >> in the past few months, we're beating wncer,re training for tokyo and oh r, by the way, another major development in her life. and her name is -- >> ali. >> is she here? >> she's here. >> you guys newly married?
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>> newly married, yeah, in septembe l >> that looe a beautiful moment. wow. >> it was. it was awesome. leading up to it, it was cool because people were like, you know, you don't understand it yet, but life gets betterith is person. i was like how? but it did. it totally did. it won't be able to explain it either. it's been such an aweso melding of two lives into one. when this cam it was certainly this moment of how are we going to defeat this together. from that moment on, i was like, this is it. >> let's talk quickly about tokyo. you're going to be there, tokyo? >> heck, yeah, i'm going to try. >>in you're tra and the doctor is saying all is good?ll >> like i said, it's not black and white. this s still a chance could come back. very treatable if it does. we're on close surveillance. but heck, yeah, i'm in and out
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of new york today, trying to get back to the bay area as soon as possible so i can hop i weight room, hop in the pool with my guys and start training again. >> adrian, w are cheering you on all the way. >> yes, we are. tokyo.l see you in >> thanks for coming to hang with us. >> congrats, by the way. a honeymooner. >> in case you haven't heard, 2020 olympic games rig here onnb carson. >> guys, coming up, valerie bertonelli, where are you? this is the recipe you do not want to miss it. but first, this is "today" on nbc. "
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"hot in cleveland." >> you host like a thousand cooking shows. >> only two. >> this morning you'll give us a chicken dish. >> it's the right weather for a chicken dish. >> ie wish peo could smell how good it smells in here. >> where does yourove of cooking come from, before acting? >> i've been cooking since before i was acting. mynoni, my mother, my grade grandmother was an actual chef. it's in my bloo it's really super delicious and great for this tim of year there's a lot of ingredients. i think a great home tip is whee yo going through all the trouble anyway, just make more and then you have leftovers. 'm one of those fans of leftovers. a little olive oil in here. a great trick, too. whe you going to marinate any meat, get aag out.
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i have white wine. i've already partaken. >> what is that? >> those are chicken thighs. you can do breasts if you want. don't be afraid of a click en o thigh, much more flavor than a breast. there are some breast men out there. iappen to be a thigh girl. >> why not both? >> i have fresh thyme, fresh onio >> does it matter what kind of white wine? >> i do suggest -- >> cheap stuff. >> no, use the good stuff. >> i want to drink the good stuf >> you're going tonk d the good stuff but you're going to taste want the good stuff in anything. >> howong do you marinate this? >> about two hours. >> this is not a brian. >> there is lemon juice in hsoe hat's why you don't want to
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marinade for more than two or three hours. >> i'm going through it quickly, but i don't can go online >> then you massage our chicken breasts or thighs. >> how is it over there? >> you're aeady eating it. >> how long do i >> no more than two hours. here is a leek. what you want to do, they do g a lot of sand in them. you want to get them in some cold water and l them come ap past. once they've been in the cold water for a while, you've got your leeks righthe , then you add potato, littlen ones and t some of your red on i don't know and then me oliveoil. then you get this into the oven, about 425 f -- it will say on the graphic. you get that inhe oven. you want these tender.
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while that's happening you'll bring your chicken out and let itome to roomtour. you want to get all those beautiful juices that you just made, you're going to make that into your sauce. >> i would have thrown that out cause it was in raw chicken. >> you're going to cook it because it's going to be okay. very right. you don't want to eat something that's been with raw chicken. once you do, you'll salt and pepper these guys. and you wan to say they these -- i didn't put it up high enough. when you'reme, you want that sizzling, two or three minutes on each side. you don't haveo worry about cooking it all the way through because it's going to go back in the oven. >> a lot of steps he. >> lot of steps, but so worth it. when you put all thatntit. >> those bread crumbs at the end? >> bread crumbs at the end. you saute them with se butter and get them nice and crispy. you want to then get somear
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mustd over these guys, put the bread crumbs back on. sy the ends, you'll have t beautiful dish. it's super delish. >> why do i feel like everybody else's chicken is better than my chicken. chicken is hard for me. >> chicken is probay the easiest protein in the world to cook. >> but you cook it twice and it's delicious. >> you want it crisp on the skin. >> mine is rubbery and crappy. >> you can find these recipes on today.com. check out "family feud showdown" sunday on the food thnetwork. is "today" on nbc.
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>> we have a list of america's eapest grocery stores. >> the voice of "the little mermaid" jody benson looks back at the be loved movie 30 years later. that and more on today.com/allday. >> my daughter just fell in love with that movie. coming up, the third hour after your local news. 8:56 is your time on this tuesday, february 26, 2019. good morning to you. i'm eun yang. now a check on your morning commute with melissa mollet.. breaking ne >> outer loop of the beltway after river road, aja big this is because of a vehicle fire on the right side of the roadway. inner loop i o i kachl outer loop still very slow. had a couple of different incidents there here in the pas
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little while. 275 southbound is slow. something also to mention, eastbound less burg pike, the ramp to the outer loop, a fatal pedestrian crash, investigation underway. the right side is shut down. we'll take a break and check your forecast when we come back. stay with us. why are all these business owners so excited? we're going to comcast. it's ahead of the game, ahead of the curve. comcast business is for me. it's switch and save days at comcast business. right now, get fast, reliable internet for $49.95 a month and save $600 a year. just one more way we take your business beyond. but hurry, switch and save days ends april 7th. i can't wait to go home and tell everyone about it. i just wanna get it right now. guess what i'm gonna do. (laughing) call today. comcast business. beyond fast.
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now that the sun has been up for more than two hours, temperatures finally starting to jump as well. upper 30s to around 40 degrees high today expected to reach 52 degrees. no rain today or tomorrow. tomorrow will be cooler with highs in the upper 40s. we'll stay on the chilly shee forest of the week. watching for a little chance of snow on friday morning. nothingmajor, though, as of yet. >> get the lesat nsew and that was my favorite bite so far.ai (avo) beneful grfree. out with the grain, in with the farm-raised chicken. healthful. flavorful. beneful.
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>> announcer: from nbc news this isda " live from studio 1:00 a.m. in rockefeller plaza. >> and a good tuesday mornin everyone. craig melvin here along side al and sheinelle and dylan jacob ro. >> washington bracing fore a h week back here. today the president's former lawyer and fixer michael cohen starting three days of testimony on capitol hill. a knowledgeable source telling nbc news that cohen will provide evidence of criminal conduct by president trump since he became president. nbc'sristen welker breaking down what we can expect. >> reporter: this mornidg, prest trump's

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