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good morning. new world order? inside the fierce battle to be in the trump inner circle. is rudy giuliani the next secretary of state? laura ingraham, the next white house press secretary? and what about the backlash against top advisoev who one conservative is now calling terrifying. president obama side-stepping the issue. >> it will be up to him to set up a team that he thinks will serve him well and reflect his policies. >> who is in and who is out? we'll ask top trump advisor kellyanne conway. excellent target. isis puts out the call for followers to attack next week's thanksgiving day parade in new york in its propaganda magazine.
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no specific threat and reassuring millions of potential spectators they are prepared. home for the holidays? one of the subjects of the popular netflix documentary "making a murderer" ordered released from prison. how his own confession could ultimately set him free. and who will it be? "people" magazine set to crown its" sexist man alive" "today," tuesday, november 15th, 2016. >> announcer: from nbc news this is "today." with matt lauer and savannah guthrie live from rockefeller plaza in studio 1a. >> good morning, everybody. welcome to "today" on a rainy tuesday. don't worry, there is always next we are for sexiest man alive. >> no, no, i'll keep my fingers crossed. >> i watched the four topics you just talked about in the open
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because you left out one of my favorites today. >> i know. rolling stones. >> the rolling stones, or as i like to call them, mick, keith, charlie and ronnie, take us on a exhibition that covers their 50 years of music. >> speaking of tour. this is the first day of al's "today's turkey trot." he will go all around the country and surprise folks with different themes. we don't even know where al is right now. >> i have no idea. >> stones, turkey trot. stones, turkey trot. we will start with politics. some controversy surrounding president-elect donald trump. does he want security clearances for his own children and son-in-law? our political team has that covered and we're going to talk about all of this with trump's former campaign manager kellyanne conway in a moment. but first, nbc national correspondent peter alexander is at the white house. peter, good morning. >> reporter: hey, savannah, matt, good morning. nbc news has confirmed that the trump team had inquired whether it would be possible and legal for president-elect trump's adult kids to have security clearances during the
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but no formal request was made. it would have been unprecedented. would be unprecedented for those clearances to be extended to the president's children. late monday though a trump transition official said that no request was made and said that one is not likely to be coming. this all comes just hours after president obama called on americans to unite behind his successor urging them to give him a chance. president obama this morning touching down in greece leaving in his wake a trail of take-aways about the president-elect. >> campaigning is different from governing. i think he recognizes that. >> reporter: the president refusing to criticize his successor but warning of unique obstacles ahead. >> this office has a way of waking you up and those aspects of his positions or predispositions that don't match up with reality, he will find shaken up pretty quick.
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>> i don't think he is ideological. i think ultimately he is pragmatic in that way. >> reporter: with trump's team now revving up its efforts to fill his cabinet, there is growing backlash over one of his first presidential picks, chief strategist steve bannon. house minority leader nancy pelosi slamming the former executive of the ultra conservative breitbart news branding him a "white nationalist." most republicans staying silent. but conservative commentator glenn beck calls him terrifying. >> steve bannon wants to burn it down. he's a nightmare and he's the of the united states now. >> reporter: still, trump's team is defending the choice highlighting bannon's degrees from georgetown and harvard. >> i find him to be a very, very decent, very good, extremely smart man. >> reporter: new this morning, a member of trump's transition team tells nbc news both rudy giuliani and john bolton, former ambassador to the u.n., will definitely have top jobs. >> well, first all, i won't be attorney general. >> reporter: with giuliani signaling he's interested in
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also on deck, press secretary. among the top contenders is conservative talk show host. laura ingraham. >> i'm honored to be considered for that job and other jobs. we'll see what happens. >> reporter: deliberations are heating up. today the list of names likely whittled down with president-elect trump and vice president-elect pence set to meet today at trump tower they will review candidates for certain appointments. matt and savannah. >> peter alexander at the white house, thank you. kellyanne conway served as donald trump's campaign manager. kellyanne, nice to see you. good morning. >> hi, matt, hi, savannah. >> we've been talking about how many questions we have for you so let's see how many we can get through. we'll test your poker face on some of this. we have reporting now that somewhere in the transition team someone has reached out to inquire about possible security clearances for donald trump's adult children and his son-in-law. is it true and why would it be necessary? >> i am not intimately aware of that particular line of questioning, matt.
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which is that the inquiries were made very informally and that's all i know. >> but if his adult children are going to carry on running the family business, why would they even need a security clearance? >> well, we are filled with questions in the trump transition and that's just very logical. i know everybody's very concerned about security. which is a slightly separate matter. but at the same time, i'm sure that the trump children will be there to support their father in informal capacities anth these are just regular inquiries among many that are made when folks are transitioning into a new administration for the trump family, a new city. >> i don't know if you heard the president's news conference yesterday but it seemed like he was trying to send a message, give mr. trump a chance to do this job. >> yes. >> he also said his own impression of mr. trump was that he was not really ideological but more pragmatic and practical and that that might serve him well. do you agree with that assessment? did the president have it right? >> i agree with president
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completely, and i am very thrilled that the president would tell the country that because it is an important voice to have out there right now, savannah, as we try to have a peaceful transition and form a new government. i was very classy of president obama and i think incredibly perceptive. those who spend a little bit of time beyond the caricatures, beyond the ridicule and get to know donald trump and listen to his message will come to a similar conclusion. it is very important to us that the sitting president would see we have the same thing with vice president-elect pence. they ran because they love the country and put their ideas out there. we got an overwhelming response from the electorate. >> poker face time. rudy giuliani. is he going to be secretary of state? >> he could be. he certainly is a very close advisor of president-elect trump's. i spoke at that same ceo council for the "wall street journal" last night where he just showed rudy on camera. the mayor has enormous skill set.
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the cabinet and that's where i'll leave it. >> let's talk about steve bannon. as you know -- we talked about this with reince priebus yesterday. there is some controversy surrounding him. you heard glenn beck has called him terrifying and a nightmare. obviously democrats aren't thrilled, they say he is a white nationalist. but beyond that, here is my question. i know you guys have said this is his resume, this is his experience. he is, however, something of an unknown quantity. i mean there aren't a lot of interviews. he hasn't spoken very much. have you given any thought to having him speak or do an interview in a way to just reassure people that this person who has the president's ear isn't as scary as being portrayed? >> i promise you, he's not as scary and he is as brilliant a tactician and our campaign general, frankly, on the field as everyone is also saying, savannah. i know him well. i work hand in glove with him. i feel that these charges are very unfair. in terms of him being a public face of the campaign, that's a decision that we've made strategically.
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time. i would love to share the stage with him and others. believe me. but at the same time, you have to realize, i get a lot of credit for managing this campaign and that's nice, but we were a very solid team focused, cohesive, and, frankly, very much in agreement with the strategy. he was a big part of that. and so you see the fruits of his labor. over 300 electoral votes. 69 of the 99 state legislative chambers, majority of the governorships, majority of the house and senate that's so republican. this man believes in president-elect trump's vision and is he there to support his vision. not everybody wants to be public face. not everybody is asked to do that on behalf of the president-elect. >> kellyanne, we just introduced you as donald trump's former campaign manager. if you're joining us on this show two weeks from now, how will we introduce you? >> kellyanne conway, who's very happy that president-elect trump was elevated to this position. >> about to take the new
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>> oh, well, to be determined. and president-elect trump has been incredibly generous in discussing that with me. i could tell you, matt and savannah -- i'm sure a lot of your viewers can relate -- i didn't see mom of four young children in any of the job descriptions. i am trying to navigate my best and highest use professional, along with the personal demands on my time and my life. >> fair enough. kellyanne conway, thanks for your time this morning. >> thank you for having me. let's turn back to what the president had s news conference. he kicked off his final foreign tour as well today starting his day in greece. nbc's white house correspondent kristen welker has more. kristen, good morning to you. >> reporter: savannah, good morning to you. as president obama's final foreign trip gets under way, he and hillary clinton are urging democrats to keep fighting, even as they find themselves in their weakest position in eight years. there is also acknowledgement there may have been some mistakes and missteps that allowed donald trump to win the
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conference, president obama urging democrats not to give up, even in the face of their devastating defeat. >> i think the democrats should not waver on our core beliefs and principles. >> reporter: he weighed in on what went wrong. offering some not so cynical criticism of hillary clinton. >> i won iowa not because the demographics dictated that i would win iowa. it was because i spent 87 days going to every small town and fair and fish fry and vfw hall. >> reporter: some democrats believe hillary clinton didn't spend enough time reaching out to white working class voters in places like iowa and ohio. voters who ultimately swept donald trump into the white house. >> i believe that we had better ideas, but i also believe that
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>> reporter: in a call with the democratic national committee, the president acknowledged the loss was extra tough because it was unexpected and said he's told his white house team "you're allowed to mope for a week and a half. maybe two, if you really need it. but after that, we got to brush ourselves off and get back to work." and in two separate calls to house and senate democrats, clinton acknowledged she's still heartbroken but said "we can't be distracted or diverted in the fights ahead." who will lead the party now? a fight is under way fhe next chair of the dnc. former vermont governor howard dean who once held the position is in the race. and on monday, minnesota congressman keith ellison, a progressive, threw his hat into the ring. >> my vision is to focus our attention on strengthening the grassroots, put our priority on voter turnout. >> reporter: for the president whose time in office is about to end, the focus is on the future. >> as i've told my staff, we should be very proud that their
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car's in pretty good shape. >> reporter: president obama also told the dnc he's still fired up and ready to go. as for hillary clinton, she will attend her first public event since the election right here in washington, d.c. tomorrow when she accepts an award from the children's defense fund which is where she used to work. matt? savannah? >> kristen welker in washington, thank you. now to this alarming story we mentioned at the top of the show. isis calling next week's thanksgiving day parade here in new york city an excellent target. >> the terror group's message appeared in the latest edition of a propaganda magazine and featured a photo of the iconic parade. city officials say there is no specific threat. john miller, the nypd's deputy commissioner intelligence and counterterrorism, looking to re-assure potential spectators. >> we do get calls. we run those leads down.
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>> miller says the department has had measures in place for several years now to stop potential attacks on the parade. also this morning, we are mourning the loss of one of our own. award winning journalist gwen ifill. she died on monday at the age of 61 after a battle with cancer. gwen was one of the most respected people in our industry, breaking gender and racial barriers. during her career, we're proud to say she was a part of our nbc family. nbc's harry smith remembers her legacy. >> our lead tonight is news that we hoped we would if he ever we hoped we would never have to report. our managing editor, my co-anchor, and dear friend, gwen ifill, died earlier today after an almost year-long battle with cancer. >> reporter: her career was forged at newspapers like "the washington post" and "new york times." it was clear from all who watched her that gwen ifill was destined to occupy an important place in american journalism. >> nbc political correspondent
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>> reporter: she was a reporter's reporter. >> democrats are scared. they've been scared for a long time but this is their worst nightmare. >> reporter: we saw it first hand at the "today" show when gwen worked at nbc. >> but senators don't really want any more witnesses. all they want is a way to end this trial sooner than later. >> reporter: her friend and nbc news colleague, pete williams, struggled yesterday as he spoke about her. >> gwen was a dear friend, a former nbc colleague. gwen would want me to get this together. >> reporter: co-anchoring the news hour on pbs with judy woodruff, hosting "washington week." >> we welcome governor palin and senator biden. >> reporter: the moderator of important political debates. gwen ifill shattered racial and gender ceilings and on camera was never anything but unflappable, fair, and, oh, so
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citizens but she also inspired tomorrow's journalists. she was an especially powerful role model for young women and girls who admired her integrity, her tenacity and her intellect. >> reporter: for "today," harry smith, nbc news, new york. >> when i first heard this yesterday, a word that came to mind initially, in addition to a great journalist, an amazing journalist, she was a lovely person. she was lovely. >> when you see some of the tributes going around. she was so gracious and so quick to offer friendship. she was a mentor to so many. whether you knew her or you didn't, she was rooting for you. i think that's why so many people are just heartbroken. she was one of a kind. we will miss her. >> our condolences go out to gwen's family and friends. let's bring in mr. roker. >> he's on the road this morning. al, good morning. where in the world is al roker? >> i'll tell you, we're in maryland. i'll also tell you that the thing i remember about gwen was
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it lit up a room and you were enveloped in her warmth. we will miss her. but we are in maryland and we are on the first full day of "today's turkey trot." we are somewhere in maryland where we are going to surprise some unsuspecting person who loves their favorite celebrity chef who we have in this bus! it's going to be big. we can't wait to show you. but first we have to tell you about the fact that air quality is really bad just south of here. over seven states under some sort of air quality advisory because of over 30 wildfires with more than 100,000 acres burning. and there's no relief in sight. some of these fires are only 10% contained because of all the drought conditions we've had from nashville, into charlotte, up into virginia and down into georgia. the air quality is a mess and it is going to continue right now because of those hazy, unhealthy air quality conditions from all
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at this -- no rain. atlanta's gone almost a month without any appreciable rain. birmingham, 57 days and the drought continues there. it's been very warm. in fact, october was the third warmest october on record across the country. it is now the second warmest year from january 1st to october 31st on record and with november's warmth that we have been seeing, we could get up all the way to number one. you can see that warmth is going to continue today but we will see some changes coming as we get on to the latter part of the week. we're going to get to your local forecast coming up in the next
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>> okay. you know what? i'm going to let you know who is in the bus. ladies and gentlemen, today's celebrity chef -- mr. bobby flay. >> nice bus, al. i'm going back to bed. >> bobby slept in there all night. we spooned. it was magical. >> spooned.
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little culinary joke there. >> well, say hi to bobby for us. >> see you when i get back. coming up, on a much more serious note, a georgia father convicted of murder after locking his own son in a hot suv. this morning, his ex-wife's emotional response to that verdict. and, trading places. an inside look at how donald trump's personal life will change when he moves into the white house. but first on a tuesday morning,
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7:30 now on a tuesday morning. it is the 15th day of november, 2016. still dark out there. we've got rain in the area. we say hi to our friends under umbrellas out on here's a look at what's making headlines this morning. an ohio state university student has been arrested for pushing an anti-trump protester down the stairs during a rally on campus. the 24-year-old was charged with a misdemeanor charge i assault. the student has been suspended indefinitely. a georgia father was found guilty of murder in the hot car death of his 22-month-old son. justin ross harris showed little emotion as the verdict was read.
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to the conviction with a statement on facebook saying, "so-called justice will never bring back my son. nothing will ever take that pain away and nothing will ever feel worse than living with the knowledge that his pain and death could have been prevented." and just in time for the busy holiday rush, a new screening process is being used at two terminals at chicago's o'hare airport. the so-called innovation lanes use automated belts and 3-d technology to scan bags. through security an average of 30% faster. want to tell you in a new major development in a case made popular by "making a murderer," a netflix documentary. joe fryar is in los angeles with more. >> reporter: good morning. a judge overturned the murder conviction in august. now that same judge has ordered his release from prison while prosecutors appeal. "making a murderer" shined a
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case. his attorneys hope he will be home by thanksgiving, if not sooner. >> reporter: nearly a decade after he was sentenced to life behind bars, he could soon be a free man. at least for now. his attorneys say this holiday season our food will taste all the sweeter because we know that for the first time in ten years, brendan will be celebrating in freedom with his family. >> this is a huge headline. this almost never happens, especially for a case this old. >> reporter: he was a teenager when he confessed uncle steven avery kill a photographer in 2005. the case was featured in "making a murderer," a ten-part netflix documentary that raised questions about those convictions, especially the taped interrogation by police. >> be honest. you went inside, didn't you? >> yeah. >> you went in the trailer? >> "making a murderer" has been such a revelation for brendan's case because for the first time
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getting his story listened to. >> reporter: his attorneys say the confession was coerced and in august a federal judge overturned his conviction citing his intellectual deficits and ruling detectives repeated promises to him and exploited the absence of an adult by repeatedly suggesting they were looking out for his interests. on monday, that same judge ordered his release saying the state failed to demonstrate that dassey represents a present danger to the community. >> usually when an old conviction is overturn i the real killer is found. here, everything that we know today we knew in the original case. >> reporter: wisconsin's attorney general is appealing dassey's overturned conviction and is now filing an emergency motion hoping to keep him in prison. authorities have also questioned the document saying it doesn't share all the facts. >> a lot of the things were taken out of chronological order. >> reporter: but the filmmakers stand behind their work and one of their subjects could be
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now. so far, the victim's family has not commented on the judge's order. dassey's brother says he is ecstatic. if released, he will be supervised by federal probation officers, can't get a passport or firearm, and no contact with steven avery who is still serving a life sentence. >> joe fryar in los angeles, thank you very much. let us go back down to al in maryland. he is kicking off "today's" turkey trot. hi, al. >> reporter: hey, guys. joe fryar. look at this. i've got a turkey fryer! woo-hoo! "today's turkey trot" makes us do crazy things. all right. here's the deal. we're talking fall, but we might be looking at our first winter storm of the season. it is going to be pushing in wet weather making its way through the pacific northwest. so far we're really down
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snow. last year at this time. this year? zip. well, here comes the big storm making its way into the pacific northwest. it will be coastal rain reaching the rockies by some time late tonight, into tomorrow. and then through friday, look at this. we could be looking at some places from northern minnesota, into the rockies, upwards of a foot or snow or more as we co >> get that weather any time you need it. check out the weather channel on
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left thebus. he is ensnced in where we are going to surprise our first "today's turkey trot" victim. >> ion'tnow we want to call them viim. >>okay. okay. e c up withfe nt word. >> okay, . al, thank you. coming up, remember this massive sinkhole that swallowed up an entire street last week? you will want to see what it look lenow. all right, but first, how na white house will compa to his current life over in trump tower. we'll talk about that hey, i'm paul. and i used to ask if you could hear me now with verizon... not anymore. i'm with sprint now because guess what? it's 2016 and every network is great. in fact, sprint's reliability is now within 1% of verizon. iand sprint saves you 50% onis gmost. verizon, at&t and t-mobile rates. so, i switched to sprint. and millions more have too.
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as a successful businessman, he's become used to living in a certain style. >> so how will things change for him when he moves into the white house? we'll go back to nbc's peter alexander for more on that part the story. peter, good morning again. >> reporter: hey, matt and savannah. for president-elect trump, it will be a unique transition, i think that's clear. from ceo and celebrity to commander in chief almost overnight taking him from midtown manhattan to his new residence here in the heart of the nation's capital. >> reporter: donald trump knows the good life. gold. his is a brand built on glamour and excess. >> even my enemies say that this is like unbelievable. even the enemies. >> reporter: how does his current life on fifth avenue compare to his future one at 1600 pennsylvania avenue? trump is the first president-elect to own a private jet, helping fuel the campaign that took off. the billionaire bought his custom 757 in 2011. his prized possession showcased
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bedroom. >> reporter: among the items are the pillows and theater system. even buckling up has its privileges. >> you'll notice the seatbelts as well as everything else are 24-karat gold plated. >> reporter: still, in terms of space, the jump to air force one will be a first class upgrade. a boeing 747 air force one holds 102 passengers instead of 43. it has a wingspan of 194 feet ea with 4,000 square feet of space on three levels. so impressive, it's what most outgoing presidents say they'll miss most. >> well, air force one is really nice. i don't miss flying commercial. taking your shoes off and all that. >> reporter: back on the ground, trump is trading in style for strength. his extravagant car collection that includes a 2003 mercedes-benz slr mclaren like
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price tag -- $455,000. replace that with the presidential limo also known as "the beast." an 8-ton mobile fortress equipped with eight-inch thick doors along with an intimidating arsenal of weapons and other accessories. as for his upcoming change of address, trump's already used to working where he lives, in trump tower. a private elevator takes him from his penthouse on the 58th to his office on the 26th. over at the white house, the oval office is just a 45-sec walk away from the executive residence. while his three-story residence overlooks central park, his new home in the nation's capital has six levels offering a picturesque view of the sprawling south lawn. the white house also boasting. 35 bathrooms. up from trump's reported 33. trump's go-to getaway may also change. from his 20-acre mar-a-lago estate in florida to the sprawling 200 acres at maryland's camp david.
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so-called presidential bubble and its lack of privacy. the trumps say that won't be an issue. >> are you both prepared for this? >> we are used to it. yes. >> i will say it is on a different scale though. because i've had a lot but i've never had anything like this. >> you won't be able to walk down the street. >> i didn't do that for two years already. so it will just continue. it's another level, but it will continue. >> for what it's worth, ivana trump predicts her ex-husband will continue to vacation at his palm beachro as for the international travel on tap, she recently told "the washington post" donald is like a good french wine. he doesn't like to be moved and
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welcome back. carson is over at "the voice." tamron is in the orange room with some very exciting news this morning. >> yes. you know, savannah, i love the smile on your face. matt, you know what? you can smile for this as well -- >> i'm all in. >> you're in? because "people" of course getting ready to reveal sexiest man alive. to help us with the big announce many, joined by the senior west coast writer, julie jordan. i've been privy to learn who the
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fellow because he's someone that the ladies love and the guys love, too. >> right. there's something about him that people just gravitate towards. he's a good person. he's a huge heart. he's a big guy but he has an even bigger heart. >> if you looked at this silhouette, he's a big guy. he's much bigger than this. dwayne "rock" johnson. why did you pick him this year? >> professional, he's had an am to hollywood. he is the highest paid actor in the world now. he has "rock the troops" helping military families. sweet, smart, sculpted. but he melts our heart when he talks about his kid. >> he does. he has millions and millions of fans and they say that the thing he gets most is that you are just as nice as i thought you
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kindness is important to him. >> we have an exclusive clip from the "ellen" show. >> is there anybody you'd like to thank and will the transition be easy from the last sexy man to you? >> i think the transition is going to be easy. yes. i can tell you now that what this means is i still have to drive in my pick-up truck and change jasmine's diapers but now i'm just still the sexiest man alive. >> yes, you ar the full interview airs today on "ellen." other things "people" magazine has done this year, you've worked with twitter to create a special emoji of the rock's flexing. we got to get to this other good part. fathers and sons. our own lester holt! and his son, stefan. look at that! >> 1981, the mustache. look at that.
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plus hollywood honors, natalie takes us inside gla mower's women of the year awards and catches up with some of the night's biggest stars. >> you say this is the year 2016 where you were woken up. >> i was. i was kind of feeling like, wow. i knew it was dark, it was dark and i was like, god, i didn't know i was going to bust out and be a butterfly. ? and rolling with the stones. >> what have you learned from being part of a b >> longevity is important and but, you know, having fun is more important possibly. >> matt gets a tour of the rolling stones new exhibit from the music legends themselves as they take a trip down memory lane. >> how close -- >> this is exact. >> how do you convince a young lady to come back to this? >> today tuesday, november 15th,
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>> shout out to all my friends and family down in oklahoma city. >> good morning to my daughters. mom is on tv. whoo. >> from florida celebrating my birthday on the plaza. ? >> we love you. whoo. >> oh, my goodness. good morning, everybody, welcome to "today." it's tuesday, november 15th and, wow, it's a wet one outside. >> you know, a few minutes ago our executive producer who just got back from vacationing in the sunshine of cancun said go on out, it's not so bad out there. it's really nice. >> you know, we love you, we love our crowd because they must love us because they're standing in the rain, too. >> thank you. thank you. thank you.
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fired up his bus for today's turkey trot. >> this morning a guy from maryland who considers himself to be the king of thanksgiving is about to get the surprise of a lifetime from his idol, bobby flay. >> let's let's get to today's headlines really fast. this morning we begin with the trump transition. i'm hallie jackson at the white house. and today president-elect trump is set to meet with his vice president elect, mike pence, the two will go over names for possible cabin another step forward as we start to get a clearer look at what donald trump's white house will look like. for donald trump's family, his inner circle, no formal request for temporary security clearances before the inaugural according to a transition official. government sources tell nbc news an inquiry was made about whether it would even be possible. a sign of how influential his
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>> reporter: president obama now in greece this morning as president-elect trump fields some overtures from overseas as well. he took a call from russian president vladimir putin. president-elect trump saying he looks forward to a strong and enduring relationship. the kremlin saying the two will plan a personal meeting. matt. >> thank you very much. i want to go to texas where a woman is facing child endangerment charges for keeping these in her home. three tigers roaming free. police say other wild animals in trish is that myers' houston area home including a cougar, skunk and fox. officials say the animals did pose a danger to the woman's 14-year-old daughter. she is behind bars in nevada where she had traveled. just ahead, why dragging your luggage through the airport could soon be a thing of the past. and exhibitionism, the rolling stones give us a tour of a huge new exhibit celebrating
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>> it's a really nice bus. he's in middletown, maryland this morning. al, take it away. >> reporter: guys, i think we you will a love thanksgiving but this guy takes thanksgiving to new heights. i kind of feel like jeff rossen because i'm hiding around the corner from his house. but we want to introduce you to tom the turkey man. >> anybody who knows my dad knows that he definitely loves cooking. >> he puts his heart into every single meal. >> friends are always begging, can i come >> i fry turkeys. i fry a lot of them. >> thanksgiving includes many traditions. starting at 8:00 a.m. in the morning, my dad wakes us up with a referee whistle. >> my dad typically makes about eight turkeys every thanksgiving, but they're not all for my family. he likes to give them out to friends as well. >> to watch him cook with his real men fries turkeys apron in
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>> equipment i use. i put the turkeys in here and i slowly just drop it down. >> the secret brine that he marinates these bad boys in is his secret and nobody else knows it. >> i cannot tell you how psyched he is going to be about this. >> he is just the best dad in the entire world. he so deserves this and he is going to be floored this morning. >> coming to you from middletown, maryland, in the fall. happy thanksgiving >> all right. well, we're going to try to make his thanksgiving -- he has no idea we're here. his family has helped us keep him in the dark. so let's try to get tom to the front door to wish him happy thanksgiving and surprise him with bobby flay. hopefully -- i understand he's making breakfast. so let's find out.
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>> tom mclister. happy thanksgiving, my friend! you like to wake everybody up with a whistle. come on, tom, it's thanksgiving! >> what are you doing here? is. >> what am i doing here? you're making thanksgiving. this is your lovely wife, right? >> no, i'm his daughter, kelly. >> where's your wife? >> marchie, come on over! >> al. >> how how did you keep him in the dark? >> it was awful this morning. >> you've been trying to get out to work. come on, tom. i got something else for you. come on. of course, i'm -- online everybody's going to go, oh, he mistook his daughter for his wife. what am i doing? you are mr. thanksgiving in this area. right? >> i put it out for the kids. >> how many turkeys do you make? >> about eight. >> eight. okay. >> are you kidding? >> yeah!
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>> no. this is -- >> bell, we got another little surprise for you. who is your favorite chef? would it be bobby flay? >> bobby flay. >> ladies and gentlemen -- >> you got to be kidding me! hold on! bobby flay and your son. >> what are you guys doing? >> we surprised you with your kids. your daughter'se philadelphia. >> how are you? are you kidding me? >> i've been getting to know your kids. they are amazing. >> holy smokes! oh, my gosh! what is this? >> you deserve it. >> this is the "today" show turkey trot. we're going around the country surprising folks who like thanksgiving. >> oh, my gosh. >> i know you have a secret rub. you've liked to brine your turkey. you are going to cook -- you're cooking with bobby flay, my friend. >> oh, my gosh.
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your secrets. is that going to be a problem? >> no, sir, not you. >> all right! >> we tried to get your -- we tried to get your secret recipe and you don't give it up, do you? >> no, i don't. >> but you are going to give it up to this guy? little bit? >> i'll give him something. >> a couplef thgs. give me something to walk away with. >> oh, my gosh! this is crazy! >> you ready to cook some turkeys or what? >> yes, sir. >> we have to warm up for thanksgiving. >> let's get we got a bunch of turkeys. you like to deep fry your turkey. >> yes, i do. >> what's the deal? >> once i tried it a long time ago, it just came out so much better. moistness and -- >> gets nice and crispy. >> it does. >> you just have to be careful how you fry it, of course. i always -- i just said that to my son. i said you don't know how to do it, don't do it. >> well, hey, guys?
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tom. we got our "today's turkey trot" bus down there and a great new way for you to fry turkey more safely. guys? i think our first surprise is a success. >> yes! >> that was really nice. we love that. al, nobody gets out of a tight situation like he does. >> been here for weeks! >> bobby's bee garage. >> i'm going to go back there and check in with them in a while. meanwhile, let's talk about what's "trending" today. start with an update. okay? remember someone we talked about last week, that massive sinkhole that left a crater in the middle of the street in japan? it was a nightmare for drivers, pedestrians, business owners. we've all seen these things before. we've seen them here in this country. u know that's going to take a while to fix. how long you think it is going to take? >> a month. >> yeah. six months. >> six months. >> a long time.
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doesn't get fixed overnight. in japan it gets fixed in two nights. that's right. >> what? >> that's right. two days. they fixed that thing in two days. that was the size of an olympic swimming pool. they filled it in and the local officials say that is now 30 times stronger than it ever was before. so it can be done. >> they need to come to 50th street. >> there's a pothole that's been there for ten years. >> they need to travel the road airport. >> the whole city. >> all right. for the japanese, very proficient. we're impressed. let's talk about some american ingenuity. if you hate carrying around your luggage, we have the suitcase for you. it is called the travel mate. it is a fully autonomous suitcase and it just follows you around like r2-d2. it connects to your smartphone, moves at 7 miles an hour. a california company is now raising money. it wants to launch this. >> i think that would sell.
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behind, walked on -- getting on to the plane going where is my thing? like boarded the plane without my bag. >> i drag my bag. it is so heavy, this arm is longer than the other one now. let me give you another one. delta is giving nbc news an up-close look at its feature. the airline is now outfitting paper tags with electronic chips so you can track your bags. an app would let you know where they are. hopefully providing peace of mind. hey, i'm coming to baggage claim now. >> seems like they should have thought about that a long time ago. that's really great. it is no toilet bowl eliminator. >> your christmas present. >> they don't now track our bag? >> they do but not with an electronic chip. >> i think there is those -- >> bar codes. >> i think the bar code and you track it but you don't get to like live its life with it.
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the color of my toilet bowl is blue, just so you know. had the blue light going last night. critics often say the nfl stands for no-fun league because they've cut down on celebrating. especially after you score. odell beckham jr. didn't have a problem. monday night he scored, he promptly celebrating. what's this remind you of, guys? it is the "thriller" dance. put the music ? because this is thriller thriller night ?? >> wonder how much of a penalty he got for that. >> should get nothing. >> nothing? >> nothing! >> yes! >> gets away with it. >> why? why is -- i don't want him to get a penalty. i want him to be rewarded. >> because it's "thriller." that's why. >> your celebration dance has to be a classic. we're going to actually head back down to al and get a check
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the weather out here is spectacular. i want to introduce the entire family because they may not have gotten introduced. >> i'm kelly, the oldest. >> kate, the middle child. >> my name is paul and i live with them. >> we know you're tom. >> i's frankie. >> marchie. i'm mom. >> and i'm bobby flay and i live in this garage. >> by the way, i want you to see. this is the bit that tom uses to deep fry the turkey. this is like experiment. >> i know. >> it works! >> it works. but we got something else for you in just a little bit.
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>> it is now official. tom is wearing the turkey hat. this is all good stuff. we're going down to the turkey trot bus and get ready to cook coming up in the next half-hour. >> tom fan club. >> #tom. "glamour" women of the year awards. >> reporter: they' icons, trail blazers and newsmakers in fashion, sports, enttainment and politics. these women, and for the first time, man, are being honored for their role in changing the course and the face of the fight for gender equality.
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>> what does it mean to have these women represent women of the year? >> i think it is just so important right now for all women to see that outside the headlines, women are achieving great things all over the world. >> it is unbelievable to be here tonight and i'm really, really grateful. >> you say this is the year, 2016, where you were woken up. >> i was. i was kind of feeling like, wow, i knew it was dark. it was dark and i was like, god. i didn't know i was going to bust out you know what i mean? >> bono, you are here. in the magazine. "women of the year," but you are "the man of the year." the very first. you asked your wife if he deserved it. what did you say to him? >> i said yes. it is very special to have a man in your life who respects women enough to fight for them. >> don't let your body insecurities hold you back from doing anything that you want to do. >> what does it mean to you to be a body activist? >> well, to be a body activist
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women who haven't been represented in fashion industry, in film, in tv. women who look like me who are even bigger than me, different body shapes that aren't the ideal hour glass or sexy or skinny. those are the women i'm fighting for. >> what do you say to those girls who have self-doubt? >> confidence does not happen overnight. it is not something that you just wake up and, boom, you feel good about yourself. you know? it's a process. it's something that you have to realize that everyone is going you can't compare your process to your friend's process because you're going to be different. >> what is the best advice you have ever gotten? >> you have to focus on what makes you happy and make decisions in your career, in your life, that make you happy. >> the best advice i ever got was to ask for what you want because asking doesn't guarantee that you will get it, but not asking guarantees that you won't get it. >> the best advice i ever got was from my mom. she said that before you can say
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"i." which i thought was really good advice. >> embrace every moment because everything goes by so quickly. >> tyra banks just keeps telling me to put my money away. that's really good advice. thanks, tyra. >> my advice would be to learn how to not apologize for the space you take up in the world. >> bono, what would be your best words of advice for this generation of girls? >> take no [ bleep ]. >> beep! >> i think that's cool. lot of good advice. what was the advice mindy got? >> she said before you say i love you have to say i. >> what does that mean? >> i don't know. >> i guess you have to be able to appreciate yourself. before you can love someone else. >> all right. >> am i the only one? i'm the only guy at the table? >> i never knew you were so deep. >> i didn't either.
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on monday he was nominated for best reality show host for his work on "the voice." we could not agree more with his wife siri. look what she wrote on instagram. she says he works so incredibly hard and asks nor expects any credit. he does it for his family. he does it to show our children what hard work looks like. he does it because he is a good man, a great role model. woo! give me tears! of course, you can on "the voice" tonight, 8:00, 7:00 central. i was like siri should write the follow-up to the "notebook." >> she's spot-on. >> she's here today. >> she's cooking at 10:00 with kath and i? that means drinking. just ahead, celebrating nearly six decades of the rolling stones with mick, keith,
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? ? all right. we're back now, 8:00 po on a tuesday morning, 15th of november, 2016. now, that doesn't happen every time we open at 8:30. the reason that's because we have the new kids on the block. [ cheers and applause ] >> almost 30 years. it never gets old. >> i know. almost 30 years and every time this happens hoda's family thinks this stands for no kotb.
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block. >> are you minus one. >> minus one. >> where is he? >> he's in africa. >> all right. every time you guys are here you have something big to share and i think we would say it's kind of like times three today. let's start, first of all, you have a big announcement. >> first of all, every time we're here it's pouring rain. >> good luck. >> never more torrential than today which moved us inside for the first time. we are announcing a new tour which we're going it's in may, a u.s. tour, playing fenway park, hollywood bowl, amazing places but we are not going alone. >> tickets go on sale on saturday, but there's more. you're bringing along special friends on the tour. >> yes. >> who is coming with you. >> our dear friends the legendary grammy award winning
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[ cheers and applause ] >> good morning. how are you? >> good to see you, man. >> oh, my gosh. good morning. >> how are you? [ cheers and applause ] >> okay. this is exciting, but there's even something else. >> there's even more. >> there's something more? >> there can't be more. >> during for the first time over 20 years, the world knows her now as the famous tv game show host but she is a legendary artist. >> who? >> paula abdul. [ cheers and applause ] ?
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>> how are you? >> i can't take it. >> good to see you. >> nobody gets confetti. >> i know. >> how did that happen? come on in here. >> this is amazing. >> well, we have toured before boyz ii men, they're friends, paula and i bumped into each other, saying she wanted to go on the road again, she did our festival, it was the biggest inception and we owe a lot of that to these guys and we figured let's go on the road. >> we have click calculations something like 200 million albums sold between these groups. what can people expect on tour? >> a lot of fun, energy. i mean, last time we did it we kind of didn't want to end it, we wanted to keep going but people had real jobs. we've been talking about it for a long time over the last couple
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now we have an extra. an extra firepower. >> i would say. >> how is it going to be on the road with all these boys? >> incredible. i'm going to be envied by many. >> it's so fun to have you. this is incredible, guys. >> it is. >> tickets go on sale on saturday, right? >> yes. >> first show is in columbus, ohio. we've got to some happy right now. >> i would not be doing my job if i didn't say this would be a fun group to have out on the plaza in one big concert. [ cheers and applause ] >> you guys are going to be back a little bit later. so excited. thank you for being here. we want to send it down to al who is in maryland. he's had an exciting morning as well, but i don't know if we
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>> yeah, absolutely. this is the -- we are getting -- tom has the hat on, bobby has the fryer going, we are going to be going in the bus to do the brining, the rub, the cooking. you have a great dipping sauce. >> it's a step away from gravy. a step away. >> i never step away from gravy. >> step away from gravy. >> never do that. >> neither do i. >> all right. that's what's -- my man, tom. e
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don't forget get the weather anytime you need it. check out the weather channel on cable. check out the crowd that has gathered from the neighborhood, all here to see tom the turkey man. pretty cool. all right. back to you guys. man. pretty cool. all right. back to you guys. >> it is k morning. we just had that fun announcement. now a real treat for fans, the rolling stones. >> they've been together since 1962 and for more than half a century the music has provided the soundtrack of our lives. >> the band has compiled memorabilia in an exhibit they're call exhibitionism. not what you are thinking. tens of thousands lined up to see the collection in london. now it is here in new york. i was lucky enough to get a tour from the legends themselves.
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>> reporter: the rolling stones. one of the greatest rock 'n' roll bands of all time. mick jagger. keith richards. ronnie wood. charlie watts. the band unlock their vast archives in a massive career expanding exhibit called exhibitionism. when you walk through the exhibit, what jumps out? i'm sure a lot of this stuff was stuff you hadn't thought about or seen for a very long time. >> you had to ce costumes, you had to choose which stage. you had to choose which videos, which art pieces. it was all very interesting. i mean i never cried. i remember this -- no, i never did that. i laughed. but i didn't cry. >> every corner i turn, i'd bump into a memory. oh, my god. that's where i left it. you know? and it is like a kaleidoscope of
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>> reporter: 50 years-plus of stones history is laid out in nine distinctive galleries. in the meet the band room, you'll find charlie watts' first drum kit. >> if you were to sit on the stool behind that kit today, would it be like putting on an old comfortable shoe? would you fit right back into it? >> yeah. i play now since '70. >> so after 50-something years the technology of drums has not but i haven't. >> reporter: also in this room, keith richards' personal diary. >> there is a tiny diary over to your right. i mean when i say tiny, it's this big. and that was your diary from 1963. first of all, why not a bigger diary. >> i couldn't afford one. if you read the diary, you can see. >> but you wrote in great detail. you wrote about shows and how
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>> yeah. yeah. we analyzed every gig that we did in those days. >> reporter: art is prominently featured throughout exhibitionism. an entire gallery is also devoted to the band's fashion. >> are you a saver? >> no. >> have you throughout the course of your career saved things? >> i don't save anything. i throw everything away. >> you saved some clothes. >> somehow some of these clothes survived. >> and the story goes, correct me if i'm g, daughters would steal some of your stuff and take it off and wear it? you had to go get it back? >> there is a couple of pieces in here. it was ooh good excuse to get them back. i need these for exhibition. give them back. >> there is an awesome thing here. there is a fur coat of yours that you wore in 1975. do you remember the circumstances and where you were and what was happening? >> i wore that down the flatbed
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played brown sugar, announcing that tour. ? brown sugar how come you taste so good ?? >> do you remember that moment? was it surreal? >> yeah. yeah. it kind of was. it's not every day you get to lead 5th avenue especially on a flatbed truck. >> reporter: one of the most striking rooms is a recreation of the london apartment on edith grove where the band first lived together in >> who would want to know about this place, man? >> how close is this? >> exact. >> are you really sitting on that? >> it is so bloody authentic. apart from the absolute sort of aroma. >> did you ever vacuum? did you ever clean? >> no. my mother used to come occasionally and try and clean up. >> now how do you convince a young lady to come back to this?
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>> is there any romantic side of you that misses? you've got underwear on the bed. >> in fact, i think they might be mick's. >> i don't know if i want to be in this kitchen. i don't want to do this washing up. >> i can tell you one thing, my mom would not have let me spend one night in this place. >> that's what my mom said, too. >> what has been a part of the stones taught you? >> that you can live up to your dream. >> what have you learned from being part of a band like this? >> longevity is important. and but you know, having fun is more important possibly. >> when you put together a collection like this, do you -- and you look at it as a whole, do you start to think about the exit more than you would normally? >> not really. i think it makes you think, well, okay, so now what else can i do? this is kind of when i walk out,
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end better, actually. >> if tu like the stones, you have to get down and see this. there is a whole guitar room, all of keith's guitars. a costume room with all the clothes that some of them wore on stage. >> okay. the apartment is amazing. did you take like a full body shower after that? >> i love when keith says only thing was missing was a certain aroma. i'm not exactly sure what he was referring to. >> there are several aromas you could think of. none of them good. >> exhibition. exhibitionism is open here in manhattan. it runs through march 12th. you can see more of our interview at today.com. we should also mention next month, the band releases a brand-new album called "blue and lonesome." they really go back to their roots in the blues. the sound that really shaped so much of their music. >> how cool! come on, for you. all right, coming up next, we've got the stars of warren beatty's first movie in 15 years.
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we're back now with lilly collins and al don who star in the new warren beatty movie "rules don't apply." guys, good morning. great to have you here. it is not a howard hughes movie. if warren were sitting here -- he may be, somewhere -- he would make me say that. tell me about these two characters and what they're going through. >> i play marla maybry brought in from virginia by howard hughes to be a hollywood star. she's very innocent when she comes to hollywood. she slowly starts to see things aren't exactly what they seem. she realizes as time goes on what it is to attain the hollywood dream. >> you fancy her. no question about it. why not. tell me about your character.
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for howard hughes and he has this dream of pitching howard hughes on a real estate development that he's always waiting to try to pitch to him. then he ends up running his company. >> he's a thinker and a dreamer. he's always got some plan. warren told me that the idea for this movie had been swirling around in his head for a very long time, lilly. i know the casting process was not just a simple hollywood casting process. >> no. it was the most abnormal thing i've ever been a part explain that. >> well, i had less time than aldon did in it. i basically got a call from my agent saying warren beatty wanted me to call him and he gave me his number. i called him at home. it kind of just escalated from there. he came over the next day and we had a meeting which we didn't talk about the movie at all. then it progressed to four or five lunches, dinner, with annette, the house, didn't talk about the script until the fourth or fifth meeting.
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honestly, you had how many meetings with warren beatty leading up to being cast in this movie? >> hundreds maybe. i don't really know. >> really. >> i met with him for the first time when i was 19. in 2009. and we met for about five years in sort of his audition process, i guess. but over that time i kind of had this apprenticeship with him where i got to learn and ask him everything i ever wanted to know. so it was pretty great. >> there i n warren beatty is a bona fide hollywood legend. >> oh, yeah. >> what is it like to be on a set with someone like that? >> well, i don't know. he's kind of become a mentor i think to both of us in a sense. he really just -- he is so giving with his time and he loves to give opinions on things and teach us different things. he's just amazing to watch.
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producer, writer. >> and directed in character. >> so you were getting directions from howard hughes. >> exactly. if he wanted you to speak louder, he would say, i can't really hear you. that kept you in the scene. >> i was honest with you during the commercial break, i really loved this movie. you both are great in it. >> thank you so much. and "rules don't apply" hits theaters next wednesday, november 23rd, day before thanksgiving. just ahead, al has surpr and also with bobby flay. now it is time for him to cook. but first on a tuesday
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we're back at 8:50. more of our week-long series, "today's turkey trot." >> al is down in maryland with bobby flay and our new friend,
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>> hey, guys. we're here with tom mcglister, bobby flay. we're going to get cooking here. you like a turkey breast, right? >> i like just the breast. >> show us what you are doing. >> usually i prepare days ahead of time. i'll take a trash bag actually. i'll take some apple juice, some vinegar and some water. make a brine. take the whole thing, put it in, just let it sit. >> they make these turkey brine bags. makes it really for? >> i have let it sit for three, four days. but i put it -- it's always cold but in a trash can, trash bag in salt. old-fashioned way. >> i know you don't like to give your secrets away, but -- i can tell we're not getting it today either. tell us what's in here to make the spice rub. >> once it's all done, i let that all dry out.
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some salt, some garlic salt, and some garlic powder, some onion. >> what's this? >> that's a little of this, that and the other. >> this, that and the other. >> that's the secret. >> some kind of cajun spice. >> yeah, a little bit. >> tell us, tom zblooimplths tell us what the secret is! >> you put oil on the turkey? >> that was a >> i'll just throw it on. and once it is around it, i like to actually get up under the skin a little bit. >> all up in there. >> so on the outside and on the inside. >> yeah. i like to get underneath if i can. >> all right. let's put this bad boy into the basket. >> going into the deep fryer.
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>> we have turkey ready to fry, everybody. all right, first things first. >> this is an indoor fryer. >> exactly. >> we have the goggles. thank you, al. >> you're welcome. >> what kind of oil is this? >> should be peanut oil. >> peanut oil. you could use canola oil if you're allergic to peanuts. just put this in here. go to work, baby! we close it up. >> boom! >> and then it comes out about 30 minutes later looking like this. >> that is perfect product right there. that's amazing. >> tell us about the dipping sauce. >> for gravy you usually have pan drippings. in this case there are no pan drippings. i made a very simple sauce. honey, hot sauce, dijon mustard, whole grain mustard and a blitz of fresh sage to get that sort of turkey herb in there. let's give it a try. check it out.
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>> thank you! >> the recipe's at today.com/food. we've got this for you, tom. it is an extra large indoor electric butterball turkey fr >> all right, guys. >> awesome. >> thank you. >> what's in the rub? >> what's in the rub? >> that's bobby flay sauce right there. >> hey, al, two words for you, fedex. send us >> guys, thank you so much. we are back in a moment.
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who is coming up? >> superman. >> nice. >> a soup woman and a super actress, cathy bates. up woman a actress, cathyates. er woman and
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brian gotter...lets get a check of the weather.. despite a judge's order that he be released... brendan dassey is still locked up this morning... ...though his supporters predict he will be let out soon. earlier this year... a federal judge overturned dassey's conviction in halbach. dassey confessed to helping his uncle, steven avery, in committing the crime. the judge ruled at confession was cooerced... and just yesterday said dassey should be free... while state prosecutors pursue their appeal. state attorney general brad schimel is still trying to block dassey's release. dassey's attorney expressing hope that he'll be home for thanksgiving.
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the butterburger is made of just three cuts of fresh midwest beef. nothing more, nothing less. so we got the sirloin, the chuck and the plate. no fillers; that's it. all prized cuts, all well-marbled for richness and flavor. this is where those three wonderful cuts of beef come together. you can just tell that blend is working in there. and we sear them,
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and that's the culver's butterburger. welcome to delicious! good morning today why getting a personal shopper may be easier than you think. the project runway star returns to milwaukee. holiday entertaining by the number. >> you don't have to be a math wizard to make the party planning easy. blend. ? ? [ music ] ? ? ? ? i like that song. >> i like that too it's perfect because of the super moon we've been having lately. >> good morning everybody. >> super lit. >> it's true. i was at the doctor the other day there were so many emergencies yesterday, she was like i don't know if it is

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