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weekend. that's what's happening "today in the bay." a live local news update and look at the traffic conditions out there. >> nbc bay area news at 11:00 we'll have an update on that as well. have a great morning. in an extraordinary scene just moments ago, president trump holds an impromptu question and answer session on the lawn of the white house, calling for an end to the russia probe in the wake of that report critical of james comey and the fbi. >> the mueller investigation has been totally discredited. >> the president also opening up about his new relationship with north korea's kim jong-un. >> i gave him a very direct number. he can now call me if he has any difficulty. i can call him. >> we're live at the white house with the very latest. breaking overnight, derailed. panic in florida as a roller
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coaster at a popular amusement park malfunctions. two riders thrown to the ground, another desperately clinging to the side. this morning, the injuries, the frantic rescue, and the investigation now under way. those stories, plus chicago hope. the windy city turns to elon musk for help in solving one of the nation's worst travel nightmares. kim's next cause. what the reality star is revealing to us exclusively about her future plans. >> if i am just a vessel that they can use to open up this conversation, then i'm very happy to do that. >> and back in the game. one year after being shot, steve scalise returns to the congressional baseball game and makes the very first play. >> from his knees, the entire infield, the entire field, goes over to congratulate him. >> his emotional night at the ballpark today, friday, june
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15th, 2018. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with savannah guthrie and hoda kotb, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. and welcome to "today." 7:00 a.m. out on the west coast on this friday morning. craig melvin here alongside willie geist. savannah has the morning off. hoda will join us in just a few moments. it was a surreal scene a few moments ago. >> the president of the united states found his way down out of the white house to do an interview on fox news. when he was finished with that, stopped on the driveway there on the north lawn for about 30 minutes and answered questions ranging from russia, from this new i.g. report, to his relationship with north korean leader kim jong-un. >> even as the president spoke, paul manafort was heading into court. this was the scene just a few moments ago. president trump's former campaign chairman across town
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walking into a courtroom there. kristen welker was right there at the white house in the thick of it. kristen, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning to you. i think it's safe to say in the entire seven or so years i've covered the white house, this has never happened. the president walking out to the north lawn for an interview with fox news. our only warning was a tweet just moments earlier. he stopped and talked to us after that interview. we asked him about all of the big headlines, starting with that i.g. report. the report saying the report exonerates him and he lashed out after revelations of new text messages between agency officials lisa page and peter strzok which show they made disparaging remarks about him. >> they were actually plotting against my election. i mean there was total bias, when you look at peter strzok and what he said about me. when you look at comey and all his moves. it's interesting, it was a pretty good report. and then i say that the i.g. blew it at the very endi. i think that the report yesterday maybe more importantly than anything totally exonerates
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me. there was no collusion, there was no obstruction. if you read the report, you'll see that. what you'll really see is you'll see bias against me and millions and tens of millions of my followers. that is really a disgrace. >> reporter: now, in saying the i.g. blew it, the president was referring to the fact that the i.g. report found no political bias. the president was also asked if former fbi director james comey, who is sharply criticized in that report, should be fired. take a listen. >> they just seem like very criminal acts to me. what he did was criminal. what he did was a terrible thing to the people. what he did was so bad in terms of our constitution, in terms of the well-being of our country. what he did was horrible. should he be locked up? let somebody make a determination. >> reporter: and mr. trump was asked about north korea. he said he's going to call north korea soon, adding he had given kim jong-un a phone number to reach him directly. the president answering questions about why he's praising a murderous dictator
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whom he once called rocket man. >> i think it's something that could happen, yeah. hey, he's the head of a country, and i mean he's the strong head. don't let anyone think anyone different. he speaks an his people sit up at attention. i want my people to do the same. >> you have spoken so passionately about the circumstances that led to otto warmbier's death. >> yeah. >> in the same breath you're defending now kim jong-un's man rights record. how can you do that? >> you know why? because i don't want to see a nuclear weapon destroy you and your family. i don't want to see -- excuse me, because i don't want to see a nuclear weapon destroy you and your family. i want to have a good relationship with north korea. i want to have a good relationship with many other countries. >> reporter: and with the russia probe intensifying, i pressed the president on whether special counsel robert mueller should be suspended. that's something his own attorney, rudy giuliani, called for overnight. >> i think that whole investigation now is -- look,
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the problem with the mueller investigation is everybody has got massive conflicts. you have weisman was at hillary clinton's funeral, meaning her party that turned into a funeral. and they were screaming and crying -- they were going crazy. how can you have people like this. so you have -- i call them the 13 angry democrats. you have tremendous animosity. now here's the good news. i did nothing wrong. there was no collusion. there was no obstruction. the i.g. report yesterday went a long way to show that. and i think that the mueller investigation has been totally discredited. >> reporter: and the president was asked about the immigration crisis engulfing his white house. families being separated at the border. >> excuse me, we need a one vote -- we have a one vote edge. we need 60. so we need ten votes. we can't get them from the democrats. wait, wait, you can't do it through an executive order. [ overlapping speakers ] can we do one question -- wait,
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one question at the same time. the children, the children can be taken care of quickly, beautifully and immediately. the democrats forced that law upon our nation. i hate it. i hate to see separation of parents and children. the democrats can come to us as they actually are, in all fairness, we are talking to them, and they can change the whole border security. we need a wall. we need border security. we've got to get rid of catch and release. you catch a criminal, you take his name, you release him and he never shows up again, he goes into our society. then we end up getting him in a different way, oftentimes after he's killed somebody. we've got to change our laws. >> reporter: the president finally was asked if he plans to meet with vladimir putin after saying russia should rejoin the g7. the president said he may. the president has no more events on his public schedule today, but at this white house, we are prepared for anything, craig and willie. >> all right, kristen welker there for us at 1600 pennsylvania. thank you.
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let's bring in nbc's chuck todd. chuck of course moderator of "meet the press." it was such a wide ranging interview, chuck, we should tell our viewers and listeners to probably go to the inner webs and watch the full thing. >> craig, it was breath taking. >> it was. >> look, it was breath taking in so many ways. he was misleading, outright lies at some point, mischaracterizations, just all sorts of falsehoods. but it tells you something bigger, craig. he's feeling emboldened. he feels more in control of his political party. look at those election results on tuesday. he feels more emboldened now because he feels as if he was at least justified in his firing of comey. he feels more emboldened because he's got another text message from the one fbi agent to use as a sledgehammer. i have to tell you, i think anything is possible in the next few days, in the next few weeks when it comes to rosenstein, mueller.
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this president may be willing to test the limits of his constitutional authority. >> chuck, let me pick up right there because we heard rudy giuliani last night and again this morning suggesting that rod rosenstein has a day, meaning today, to redeem himself. what that means exactly, i'm not sure, but they have strongly suggested that rosenstein has the power to shut down the mueller investigation or at least suspendi it. do you suspect that may be coming? >> i don't think you can rule that out again. look at the president today, he's more emboldened than ever. he feels more -- frankly more -- he's got more support on capitol hill than ever. mitch mcconnell now saying it's time for mueller to wrap up the probe. he had been somebody actually that had been supportive of the mueller probe saying leave it alone, let it play itself out. i think the president feels as if he's got enough political cover here in washington to perhaps do something constitutionally as risky as attempting to perhaps either
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fire rosenstein or fire mueller. >> you know, it was interesting at one point one of the reporters there asked him about paul manafort. and he said something similar before, that basically barely knew the guy, he worked for the campaign for 40-plus days. he worked for the campaign more than 140 days. paul manafort in a courtroom this morning, chuck, do we think there may be some sort of correlation between manafort being in court and the president becoming unhinged on his lawn? >> it does seem as if one of the things he does -- this feels as if let me flood the zone with a little bit of everything and he flooded the zone. i'll go out there, create a press scrum. they'll ask me ten different issues, a thousand different angles, and i've made a mess of the news cycle today. pay no attention to the fact that paul manafort may be in jail by the close of business today for witness tampering, because that would be an extraordinary moment and advancement in the mueller
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investigation. so you can't help but wonder if it's played a role because the president might know already how precarious it is for manafort today in this hearing. >> chuck todd trying to help us make sense of it all, thanks, buddy. we'll see you sunday on "meet the press." chuck will have an exclusive interview with congressman mark sanford in the wake of his loss this week in the south carolina republican primary. there was one thing the president did not talk about this morning. the attorney general of new york filing a major lawsuit against the trump foundation claiming the president and members of his family used the charity as a personal checkbook. >> a scorching new lawsuit against the president. the new york attorney general suing mr. trump and three of his adult children. senior white house advisor ivanka, donald junior and eric, alleging that the trumps used funds from their foundation for personal use. >> the foundation raised $18 million while giving $19 million to charity while virtually having zero expenses. >> has the president or anyone
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else used funds from the trump foundation to pay for personal, business or campaign expenses? >> i'm not aware of in iof that taking place. >> for his part, president trump immediately took to twitter, blaming sleazy new york democrats and insisting he won't settle the case. the current attorney general, barbara underwood, is a career government lawyer. >> this is a straightforward case of violation of the laws governing charitable foundations and nonprofit corporations in new york. >> the suit alleges the president spent $10,000 of foundation money on a portrait of himself that hung in one of hi golf clubs. in 2007, mr. trump allegedly used foundation funds to help settle a dispute between the city of palm beach and mr. trump's mar-a-lago resort. though candidate trump boasted about his personal wealth -- >> i don't need anybody's money. i'm really rich. >> the suit says foundation donations were used to boost his campaign, citing an iowa
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fund-raiser for veterans that then candidate trump used through funds. $100,000 in grants from the event awarded to groups in the state just days before the iowa caucuses. candidate trump also railed against hillary clinton's family foundation. >> the whole thing is a scam. >> but now it's his own legal troubles that are piling up. the lawsuit is seeking near low $3 million from the trump foundation and calling for it to be dissolved, which the president has vowed to do. another breaking story overnight. a roller coaster ride derailing in daytona beach, florida. the first car coming off the track, injuring riders and leading to emergency rescues. nbc's gabe gutierrez is at the scene with the very latest on that. gabe, good morning. >> craig, good morning. part of this roller coaster is still dangling behind me. six people were rushed to the hospital. two of them were thrown more than 30 feet to the ground. incredibly, no one was killed, but now an investigation is under way to find out what went
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wrong. a fun night at a florida amusement park quickly turned into a nightmare. >> two cars from the roller coaster fell off. there's people on the coaster. >> reporter: it happened at the mardi gras fun center in daytona beach on a ride called the sandblaster. the front car of the roller coaster going off the rails, dangling precariously. panicked screams. two riders falling three stories to the ground, another desperately clinging to the ride. >> female's still on the car, but hanging off of it. someone is holding on holding her in. >> it looked like it just flipped upside down like it was part of the ride. >> reporter: rescuers frantically working to get eight more riders down. >> we didn't want anyone else to fall out of the car so they had to be secured and taken out carefully. >> reporter: firefighters used a tower truck to help stranded passengers. >> one on the ground already and there's one in the bucket. >> reporter: in all six were taken to the hospital. >> i have two ambulatory that can ride sitting on the bench.
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>> reporter: after an hour, the heart-stopping rescue was over. >> everybody is out of the roller coaster. everybody is down from out here. >> reporter: landon metler was almost on that roller coaster. >> i actually tried to talk my 11-year-old brother into riding it and he didn't want to. >> reporter: she knows they are lucky. >> we are so glad we didn't get on that ride. it was very scary. >> reporter: no word so far from the company that runs the ride. according to a database that tracks roller coasters, this ride was more than 35 years old when it first opened at this location back in 2013. craig and willie. >> gabe for us there in daytona, thank you. let's turn to colorado where police are trying to piece together what caused a deadly shooting in broad daylight at a shopping center outside denver. miguel almaguer has details. miguel, good morning. >> reporter: willie, good morning. this is where those two adults and two children were shot overnight. we learned that one of the kids was pronounced dead at a local hospital. investigators immediately launched a dragnet to find their suspect. he was caught.
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what they don't have is a motive. >> we have an active shooter. >> reporter: in broad daylight thursday, this shopping center, home to a dentist office for children, was turned into a shooting gallery. a number of rounds fired, four people hit. >> when officers arrived on scene, they discovered four gunshot victims. two adults, two children. >> reporter: one of the victims, a young boy, died overnight in the hospital. his brother and mother, sustained life-threatening injuries. both in critical condition. another adult male unrelated to the family was also shot but is expected to survive. witnesses say the gunman did not appear to be in a rush. >> i heard seven, eight very deliberate shots or what sounded like gunshots. like somebody was taking their time, aiming at whatever they were shooting at. >> reporter: this black toyota
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was seen fleeing the area. 90 minutes later, police locating the car and the driver, who they believe is responsible. the gunman not yet identified as police began their search for answers. as investigators work on a motive, police are also trying to line up a photo lineup of the possible suspect. our affiliate, kusa, reports the suspect is 23 years old. back to you guys. >> all right, miguel, thank you very much. hoda will be here in a moment, but first a check of the west coast weather from mr. roker. >> thank you. we're watching tropical storm bud. it's come back out into the ocean right now, 40-mile-per-hour winds moving north at 13 miles per hour. by this evening it will be up and into parts of mexico and making its way into the southwest. that moisture is going to be working its way all the way in and increase bud's moisture, heavy rain moves into southern arizona today right on into tomorrow. it will just continue to stream on up. and then by monday you can see
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we've got the possibility of some flooding from colorado to new mexico. flash flood watches up because of anywhere from 3 to 5 inches of rain. looking around the rest of the country, you can see tropical downpours down through the gulf, severe storms in the plains, sunshine in the northeast and not a bad day, but a fire threat good friday morning, i'm meteorologist kari hall. we're starting out with sunshine and you can see the fog is just at the bay and we'll see that
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bringing us a few clouds during the morning hours for the coastal areas and highs reaching the upper 50s at half moon bay. as we make our way inland, upper 70s to low 80s for spots like concord up to 80 degrees. 78 in san jose and upper 70s throughout the weekend with breezy winds and heating up early next week. >> al. >> oh, nbc, nothing but color. nice to see you guys. >> nice to see you. >> oh, al roker, al roker. coming up, what is next for kim kardashian west after helping secure alice johnson's freedom. what she had to say about that to us in our exclusive interview. also cracking the loch ness code. the new search for proof that could solve one of the world's greatest mysteries. keir simmons is there with a firsthand look. first, this is "toy" on nbc.da
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tri-valley now one that popped up just between the interchange of 680 and 580, appears to be a minor fender bender. but you can see the delays from the southbound 680 side now tapping into the 580 traffic. we still got several lanes blocked and we are seeing several accidents with that 84. that the only alternate route. drive times from southbound 680 to vargas ride, road over an hour and a half. >> wow, you want to make sure you plan for that. as we make plans for the weekend, we're going to have nice weather, low 60s for san francisco today for the high. oakland up to 69 degrees there and 79 in napa. san jose 80 for antioch and concord. it's going to be a nice weekend with a lot of sunshine we're going to see highs for the inland valleys in the upper 70s in time for father's day, early next week, heating up highs up
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to 90 degrees on wednesday. and san francisco morning clouds and fog and 60s throughout much of the forecast. >> another update in half an hour. see you then.
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surprise on "the tonight show." oh, my god, don't you wish that you were in the subway on that day? that is awesome. >> i get different kinds of shows. here's the thing about christina aguilera. that voice, it's been around for 20 years, does not get old. >> it keeps getting better. >> and she can still pack an arena. look at that crowd. >> when i rolled up this morning and saw the crowd all the way to sixth avenue, i said this concert is going to be epic and we're going to head out in just a little bit. let's give you a check of the headlines this morning, including a frightening amusement park accident overnight. roller coaster chaos. >> two cars from the roller coaster fell off. there's people on the coaster. >> two people hurt after falling more than 30 feet when a roller coaster in florida derails. first responders racing to rescue nearly a dozen others. >> we didn't want anyone else to fall out of the car so they had to be secured and taken out very carefully. sounding off.
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president trump speaking out in an impromptu news conference opening up on everything from north korea to that fbi report. >> should james comey be locked up? >> what he did was criminal. the defense rests. bill cosby fires all seven attorneys on his legal team and hires a new lawyer just months ahead of his september sentencing. out of this world. hundreds flock to west minimumtminimu -- westminster abbey for steven hawking's -- >> and put me in, coach. >> ground ball and scalise throws him out at first. >> house majority whip steve scalise makes quite the triumphant return to the congressional baseball game, scooping up a grounder on the first pitch and throwing out the runner. >> what a moment. >> today, friday, june 15th, 2018. >> if he wanted that starting spot back, you can see why he got it. by the way, he still walks around with a cane some, so look at him, he's on the move.
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>> makes it look easy there at second base. we do begin this half hour, we're talking with kim kardashian west. she met alice johnson for e first time e's the grdmother kim helped free after 21 years in prison. during our exclusive conversation, kim told us there is more work to be done. >> i already knew alice's heart and i knew that she was the perfect person to start this movement. >> kim kardashian west explaining the immediate connection she felt with alice marie johnson well before our cameras captured the emotional moment when the two women met face to face for the very first time. >> i love this woman. >> i love this lady. >> kim embracing a now free woman. johnson released from prison one week after the reality star met with president trump, asking him to commute the sentence of the 63-year-old great grandmother, who was going to spend the rest of her life behind bars for a first-time nonviolent offense.
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>> let's just talk about the critics. they are saying, look, kim did this because kim likes publicity. it's mainly for pr. you say what. >> honestly i don't care what they say. we got the job done. >> thank you. >> so i'm like at the end of the day, let's just say that is what i was doing this for. we got it done. so that doesn't matter to me what people say, because i know in my heart that was never my intention. did i ever think it would get this much attention? i never thought it would get this much attention. >> i choose to believe that kim has it in the genes. her father, robert kardashian, he was a fighter. and i believe it's just been passed on to her. >> that's sweet. i mean all my attorneys at home always joke like you've got to just come be in the office. everyone that knows me knows that i'm so passionate about it. i was always the one bugging my dad when he'd have these huge attorney meetings during the o.j. case and i would go through
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all of the books and the paperwork and be snooping all the time. >> kim says she wants to keep advocating for others like johnson, including sentoya brown, a tennessee woman sentenced to life in prison for a murder she committed as a teen. >> there are so many things that obviously i didn't know. i do pray that you show me mercy and that you give me a second chance. >> brown, who was once the subject of a documentary, now making a new plea for her freedom, taking her case all the way to federal appeals court. her attorneys arguing her life sentence is unconstitutional based on a 2012 supreme court ruling. while brown has admitted to shooting and killing a man she claims she was a sex trafficking victim and acted in self defense. her cry for justice heard by several celebrities, like kim, who posted this tweet about brown, saying she called her attorneys to see if she could help. >> if i am just the vessel that they can use to open up this conversation, then i am very happy to do that.
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>> and kim says she's bringing more and more of these cases to the white house's attention. she says she's not stopping. >> did i just hear kim kardashian west say that she's interested in becoming an attorney perhaps? >> she did say that. she said it's something that she enjoys. she said the law school part of it would be a lot, but she did say that it is kind of in her genes. that's interesting. we also sat down with alice johnson, that was a separate exclusive conversation, and we talked to her about her future. to watch that full interview, you can go to one man you do not have to worry about going to law school, al roker. >> huh-uh, it's not going to happen. but -- i didn't even go to weather school. we've got a jetstream way up to the north and that means we've got growing heat. look at this, heat index is the combination of heat and humidity. over 100 in laredo, houston, memphis, columbia, orlando, 96 is how it's going to feel. tomorrow that heat continues up to the north. omaha it will feel like over
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104, austin 102. sunday we move into the east. jacksonville it will feel like 96, 97 in washington. chicago will feel like 101 and we may even see some air temperature records set for boston, new york city, philadelphia and washington, d.c. with heat indexes again we good morning, i'm meteorologist kari hall. we'll have a wide range of temperatures today from the upper 50s in half moon bay and clouds and fog will remain most of the day. some clearing in san francisco with a high of 63 degrees and sunshine for the north bay with upper 70s. also in the upper 7 0e's in livermore and san jose and palo alto. inland forecast will be nice and comfortable for next few days. leading into father's day early next week it will be heat gs up by wednesday. we're up to 90 degrees. and that's your latest weather, guys. >> all right, al, thanks. coming up, an early father's
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day celebration. al, craig and carson raise a glass to dads while they share some of their fondest fatherhood memories. then we'll get some sound advice for all of us from our favorite commencement speeches to the graduating class of 2018. plus, the hilarious return of "between two ferns" with jerry seinfeld and a big surprise. before all of that is the great misty of the loch ness monster finally, finally on the brink of being solved? keir simmons will hit the lake with a team of scientists determined to find some answers. that's right after this. in 24 hours, you'll send him off thinking you've done everything for his well-being. but meningitis b progresses quickly and can be fatal, sometimes within 24 hours. while meningitis b is uncommon, about 1 in 10 infected will die. like millions of others, your teen may not be vaccinated against meningitis b. meningitis b strikes quickly. be quick to talk to your teen's doctor about a meningitis b vaccine.
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>> now, some very serious science is being done at the scottish lake with researchers saying if there's anything there, al roker, they will find it. and nbc's keir simmons has joined them on their quest. keir, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. it is 23 miles long in places, folks here say, more than 800 feet deep. and this morning, nbc news has been given a chance to set out across the world-famous lake, with a world-renowned scientific team who thinks they may now know how to solve the mysteries of loch ness. >> deceptively clear-looking water actually contains an abundance of life. >> reporter: scientists are cracking the loch ness code. >> we have microorganisms in there. and there's something that might not be described by size. >> reporter: the mythology of a monster in these waters finally
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put to rest. for nearly 90 years -- >> i saw the head, the neck and a huge body. >> reporter: hundreds of ordinary people claim to have seen. >> this black hump comes out of the water. >> it turned against the headwind and disappeared. >> and paragraro photographed a creature known as nessie. others spent decades with subs and sonar. the only thing found was a nessie prop that sank years ago in the loch. now, a scientific team is using new environmental dna, known as edna, to forensically analyze the lake and perhaps solve the mother of all mysteries once and for all. >> you have some to the south. >> reporter: assisted by this
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local expert who has studied loch ness for 40 years. the team is examining hundreds of samples around the loch, and sending them to be cross refer re enced with a database. >> we are getting a snapshot of life in loch ness in the last few days. >> edna, introduced a few years ago, it's used the track and help protect elusive animals in the wild, like whales and sharks. past theorys for a living thing lurking in losch ness have included a marine dinosaur. >> it's probably inadequate to support a viable population of large predators. >> three bails. >> reporter: and most evidence is against being a monster here. many photos of nessie are
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hoaxes. there are those like steve felton who has been watching the loch for 30 years who believes he has seen nessie. >> it was like a torpedo. the size of a car going through there. >> reporter: even he accepts the monster might be a monstrous fish. >> nessie could turn out to be a dinosaur. at the moment, i see it more likely to turn out to be something like a whale's catfish. it has a smooth back. the hump going through the water. >> reporter: decades of stories. >> the iconic picture of loch ness. >> reporter: as technology meets mythology. it would be a shame if dna science took away the mystery. >> you never would. as long as people want to believe in loch ness monsters, there will be loch ness
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monsters. >> reporter: the secrets of loch ness may stretch back thousands of years. we may have answers in months. there's been increased sightings in recent years. it would be just my look, if i was looking at you and you were looking at me and seeing something in the water. >> right. >> look over your shoulder. >> exactly. >> thank you, sir. we'll keep you posted on the results. >> you have to believe. >> i like that. still ahead, from rappers to world leaders, we've rounded up world leaders, we've rounded up the season's most inspiring
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traffic nightmares continue for the tri-valley. i have an update on the two sigalerts in the east bay -- westbound 580, that overturned semi, now there are still two lanes open. we have heavy delays out of dublin and also still seeing heavy delays along southbound 680. several lanes remain blocked. one lane open. there was a multivehicle car crash. one car was completely engulfed in flames. no injuries have been reported. i want to show you your tri-valley drive times. southbound 680 from 580 vargas road looking really rough. nearly two hours westbound 80, 49 minutes and we're expecting to continue. you can see bumper to bumper traffic. kari. >> at least the weather is looking all right. we've cool temperatures to start. we will stay cool along the
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coast with san francisco reaching 63 degrees and 80 in concord today. north bay also in the upper 70s to low 80s and going through the weekend, we keep it pleasant weather. father's day up to 78 inland and next weekend we'll be heating up by wednesday, highs up to 90 degrees. for san francisco, look for some low 60s for the next several days and up to 70 by next thursday. laura. >> thanks so much. happening now, police looking for the shooter or shooters who injured five people outside a funeral home. it happened while a wake was going on. no one attending the wake was injured. president trump makes an unexpected appearance on cable television then makes a bizarre reference to how north korea's kim jong-un conducts businesses. we'll have details on the twitter feed. on our sister station telemundo showing three big games today. later this morning, one of the biggest first round matches,
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. it is 8:00 on today. coming up, off the rails, a roller coaster sends a cart three stories to the ground. riders hold on for their lives. we're live the latest. plus, brews brothers. the men of tod"today" take time reflect on fatherhood from their lessons learned. >> my mom always cooked but my dad did the grill. >> to their own teachable moments. >> i have a philosophy where it's my money.
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that's where it's hard. you're broke, bro. >> and still fighting. super star christina aguilera is set to rock the plaza in front of a huge crowd with music from her brand-new album along with some of her biggest hits today on june 15th, 2018. >> we're ready for christina aguilera. >> we're for christina. >> kicking off the weekend with christina aguilera! ♪ >> we've been huge christina fans forever. >> we flew in from miami. >> to hear her on the plaza. >> we love you, christina! >> oh, it is going to be a big day, a perfect friday.
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middle of june, christina aguilera on a concert in the heart of midtown manhattan on a friday. i mean, come on. we're so happy to have craig filling in for us. hey, craig. >> if you're so happy, why did you leave me hanging. >> up top. >> thank you, thank you. >> i wouldn't do that. let's get to our news at 8:00. >> let's get to your use on this business friday. president trump held a question and answer session on the lawn of the white house this morning calling for an into the russia probe that was critical of james comey and the fbi. krist >> the president walking out to the north lawn for an interview with fox nunez, he stopped and talked to us afterwards. we pressed him on a range of
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topics including the doj inspector general report. it also revealed new text messages between agency officials which showed they made disparaging remarks about him. the president was asked if comey should be fired. >> they just seem like very criminal acts to me. what he did was criminal. what he did was a terrible thing to the people. what he did was sobbed in terms of our constitution, in terms of the well-being of your country. should he be locked up? let somebody make a determination. >> craig? >> kristin, thank you. this morning investigators are on the scene of that overnight roller coaster accident in daytona beach, florida. the victims suffered traumatic injuries. the damaged car damaged over the
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board walk, several people with less severe injuries clung desperately to the ride until firefighters were able to bring them down. the entire rescue operation took about an hour. >> the parents of a two-year-old boy who was killed by an alligator as a disney resort in florida are keeping his memory alive. on the second anniversary of his death, the parents released a statement saying they love him up in heaven and miss him every day. they turned their tragedy into hope for others and set up a foundation that helps with expenses for families of children who need organ transplants. billionaire elon musk is moving ahead with what could be the next big thing. his tunnel-digging company received the green light on a project that would connect downtown chicago to o'hare airport. people in the windy city are all
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in, ron. god to s >> reporter: when elon musk talks, people listen. he's going to turn the grueling trip from the airport to the city. it's the stuff of headaches, heart aches, and missed flights, routinely of an hour of hurry up and wait traffic. the train is 45 minutes on a good day. >> i don't like the trains. >> billionaire elon musk's idea, the express loop using driverless underground vehicles. >> a radical structure that's better than anything that ever existed. >> travels up to 150 miles per hour, whisking passengers from touch down to downtown in a pair of tunnels, cutting the trip to 12 minutes all for $25. and musk says just give him three years to build it.
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>> it almost sounds impossible. so prove to chicagoans that this is possible. >> i think it's going to go pretty fast. faster than any other tunnel project in america by a long shot, i'm confident of that. >> he's putting up the 10-figure price tag, no public money, something the mayor happily endorses. >> you have confidence? >> not only yes on the engineering, but one other bet. he's never failed. he doesn't like failing. he's as much as an kbisimpatien person as i am. >> reporter: elon musk is even confident he can cut through the bureaucratic red tape and get the permits he needs in a mere few months and start burrowing away. >> ron, thank you. that is your news.
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how about a little bit boost. >> boost us. >> savannah sent me this video that made me smile. some of you may have seen this one. a bystander capturing the moment. a gentleman was waiting for his wife at the airport with a bouquet of flowers and a box of chocolates. he welcomes her with open arms. they share a kiss and a long hug. carol has been in delaware for a wedding. proves old fashioned romance is still alive. don't you want your man waiting at the airport with flowers and chocolates? come on. something else that might make you feel good. words of windows, our favorite commencement speeches to the classes of 2018 filled with messages that will inspire people of any age.
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>> as we get ready for father's day, the dads of tod"today" shaa few beers and the candid conversation about fatherhood. >> you're only as happy as you're least happy. but first, these messages.
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we we are back with deserving dads today. mick sorely's old ale house that opened back in 1854, one of the oldest pubs in the country hosting abraham lincoln to music legends like john linenen. and recently, it's opened its doors to our own icons for a father's day celebration. >> after you, sir. >> hey, how are you, sir? >> it's almost father's day. thoughts turn to your dad. what's your greatest memory. >> i have two fathers. i lost mine when i was five. he had an old 1977 black corvette with red interior. my other dad you guys know, i lost last year. my time on the golf course with him.
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>> my dad was a "new york times" bus driver. we would ride up and down flatbush avenue and stop at goodies luncheonette and buy me $3 worth of comic books and a bag of candy. >> my dad drove a pontiac. some my earliest memories are being in the front seat of my dad's car before seat belts. he was like a human seat belt. >> any traditions that were set primarily by your father that you still do today? >> man the grill. my mom always cooked but my dad did the grill. >> he wanted us to eat together. that was a point of pride for him. that's something i've tried to instill in my family. >> his thing was fixing the cars. he would call me over and i was six or seven. i would hand him tools.
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i was still 17 or 18 handing him tools. i never got promoted. >> were you afraid of your father. >> i was. >> hell yeah. >> are your children afraid of you? >> i do not mind being the discipline naren. >> i think my son is afraid of me, but my daughter, she couldn't care less. how about you? >> they're not afraid of me. a little bit, but not the way i was. >> but you're tv's al roker. is there another side we don't know about? >> she was maybe 10 or 11 and she had just been acting up and i yelled at her. and she burst into tears and she says, this isn't fair. america sees the happy al roker. they don't see this al roker. >> here's what happens when i wring your neck in the woods. >> i will tell you, the thing that's going to rip your heart out. >> preach out. >> i'm just going to warn you. >> i'm going to drink two beers to this. >> it's when your daughter has a boyfriend. >> don't say it.
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>> not just a boyfriend, but you know it's more than a boyfriend. >> oh, no. >> someone you don't like? >> and you're like, i'm going to -- instinctively you might kill this guy. >> get the tattoos going. what's up, man? let me show you my chef's knives. >> i got a hole in the back. and it may be sexist or whatever. i don't know that you feel the same way but instinctively you're a knuckle head, you're an idiot. >> my son was eating yogurt and said, it fage. you're demanding yogurt at four? and in that moment. >> this per yay is a little flat. >> one click, when is the that going to come, daddy? in two days. i want it now.
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they're all becoming ver rue casalt. >> courtney, lee la. >> how did you rear your children? you made a few bucks and i imagine they knew italy. >> we live in a nice house, but for the longest time our car was a toyota minivan. i tried to live a relatively normal life. you try in little ways. they see mom and dad washing dishes. >> it's my money. dad works hard. you, you're broke, bro. you have nothing. >> you recently lost your dad. how does that change your outlook? >> i lost both of them. my mom died unexpectedly of a heart attack. feels like somebody literally erased my parents from the world and it takes a little time to get over that. it's a testament to how much the
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love was there. the more i miss them, they loved me so much and i loved them so much, and ultimately that's a good thing. >> if you wanted your kids to take away one lesson from you, what would it be? >> i hope they're selfless and not selfish. >> i hope my kids are happy. >> it's a trite saying, but you're only as happy as you're least happy. i remember looking sometimes and my dad would be just sitting on the couch. and he just looked content. now i know why he was. because his kids were around, and if they're happy then i'm happy. >> i'll drink to that. can we get another round, by the way. >> gentlemen, happy father's day. >> what a window into you three. i feel like i know y'all so well and i was watching this thinking, wow. >> paul manson produced that for us and we got lost in the conversation.
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>> al, you were giving a lot of good advice. >> i'm the old man. >> he is a fountain of window. you always walk away with some sort of nugget. >> that was fun, though. happy father's day to all the fathers watching. >> and all the guys who are like fathers. >> mr. roker, you got a check of the weather. >> let's take a look around the country. basically looking at sunshine here in the northeast. a fire threat out in the southwest. that's ways going on around the country. here's ways happening in your neck of the woods. >> good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. nice weather, breezy winds and highs today reaching into the upper 70s. we'll have more weather like this going throughout the weekend. inland valleys will be very comfortable. but then it does heat up as we go into next week. by wednesday, we're going to see those highs up to 90 degrees. san francisco, not much of a change, with clouds and fog and
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highs reaching into the low 60s with breezy winds. even windier tomorrow. father's day looki ining pleasa. that is your latest weather, guys? >> thank you, sir. to a possible solution for something that we're all guilty of doing, right? >> whether you're on your phone texting, whatever you might be doing, odds are you're walking around with it and we're guilty of burying our heads in our phones. a mall in china has the solution for this. thief created a pedestrian lane specifically for smartphone users. there it is. they're colorfully pained pads outside the mall for those who can't be board to look up from their devices. spesrson says they're not advocating for people to be on their phones but it is the reality. yes, this is so necessary from tash.
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rusty says we need smart people, not phones. and john says, not sure if this is funny or sad. and we asked you on twitter what do you think of this pedestrian lane for sort of users, politicize close, but 60% saying we disapprove. china isn't the only ones of we have one here in studio 1a. also, a college has lanes. and a city in germany has installed special traffic lights in the pavement. >> that's ridiculous. >> unbelievable? >> i can't imagine a lane like that crowded with a bunch of people who aren't paying attention. >> look at times square that's so pedestrian friendly. >> just on our street here. >> would it surprised you if you saw a lane like that? >> yes. >> it's coming. >> let's get the pop start. chris pratt was here yesterday. teamed up to pull off
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a special surprise. young fans from the boys and girls clubs anxiously waited for a showing at the empire theater. what they didn't know was chris pratt was there. we'll check out the moment he surprised the crowd. >> i think we might have have one more person who wants to come down here and give hit a shot. he might know what he's doing. and he's here, you guys. chris pratt wanted to see you guys. >> oh, cool. >> i grew up in the boys club, so i love that they did that. they're so happy to see him. >> such a good dude. >> you can watch that full surprise at and the movie hits theaters a week from today. jerry seinfeld made an appearance on zack gal if a in a kiss' show between two ferns. maybe the perfect guest to have.
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zack wasn't exactly impressed. >> actor, writer, comedian, producer. which of larry david's skills do you admire the most? you have comedians in cars getting coffee. james cordon has car pool karaoke, what's next, in car-based noncomedy? >> hello, jerry. >> hey wayne. >> you're supposed to say, hello, newman. >> no, that's when i'm playing a character. >> my name is wayne knight. ♪ [ jerry seinfe"jerry seinfeld" playing ] >> you have a talk show where
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the guest is really lame? >> jerry seinfeld. >> that's great. >> there's one with cardi b also, a couple new ones out there. >> okay at his best. >> you got a click? >> we're doing graduation. it's graduation season. he wanted to share words of windows to the collaboration of 2018 from some of our favorite commencement speeches so far. ♪ >> you learn with experience that some fear is the good stuff, not all. but when the fear comes from a place of wanting to follow through with a passion, something you believe in, it's real good. >> your very existence is wrapped up in the things you are he here to fulfill. the struggles along the way are only meant to shape you for your purpose. >> think big, dream bigger, push
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further, sail faster, fly higher, and never ever stop reaching for greatness. never stop reaching for the stars. ♪ georgia >> whatever drives your passion, be the last to accept the notion that the world you inherit cannot be improved. be the last to accept the excuse that says that's just how things are done here. >> the highest form of respect that we can pay to the people who came before us, the people who sacrificed for us and gave us everything is to be better than them. >> you will make mistakes in life. you will even fail. it happens to all of us no matter how qualified or capable we are. take it from me. ♪ >> we need young people with the
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courage to say this is our world now, and there are going to be some changes. >> use this moment to encourage you, to embolden you, and to literally push you into the rising of your life. >> be curious. do not presume to know who you might become because you never finish becoming. >> if you're not a leader on the bench, then don't call yourself a leader on the field. >> understand that just around the corner, a whole different order of learning awaits in which your teachers will come from every station in life, every education level, every belief system, every lifestyle. >> i'm not asking to you tell the truth because it will always walk out, but because you will sleep well at night. and there is nothing more beautiful than to wake up every day holding in your hand the
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full measure of your integrity. ♪ the very thought of you makes my heart sing ♪ >> choose one thing to be terribly terribly offended by. this as opposed to the dozens of possibly hundreds that many of you are currently juggling. >> if i leave you with anything, i'm going to leave you with these two words, and those two words are, i'm batman. >> that's terrific. >> great end there. i'm batman. that was exciting but there's a lot of excitement outside. >> i'm not by himself. i'm with christina aguilera. come with me, christina. we have a full half hour of music. christina will be live. look at your people out here.
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>> oh, my god. >> stop it. we are going to rock you up to the stage. come with me. are y'all ready for this concert i )m ... our breaking news: a rough morning for commuters in and around the tri-valley. good morning. it is 8:26. our breaking news, a rough morning for commuters in and around the trivalley. this is a look at -- from our nbc bay area sky ranger. about an hour ago. flying over interstate 680. this is near freemont. that's where a five car-crash has been jamming things up. one of the cars caught fire and crews had a lot to clean up. so far, there are no injuries reported. here's a look at westbound 580 in dublin. also about an hour ago. that's where an overturned big rig has been really causing lingering problems there as you can see right there, that crash actually happened near the eden canyon road. we have been monitoring the
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impact on drivers this morning. how's it looking now? >> unfortunately, the status of these has been kind of slow to clear. i want to give you the latest update. we've got two lanes open. the rest is closed. this is 580 eaten canyon road. we've got heavy delays now backed up nearly 12 miles behind that crash. and then looking over towards the southbound 680 at sheraton road, we still have several lanes backed up but they're working to clear out the majority of those lanes hopefully by 8:30 but judging by these trivalley drive times you can see heavy delays, almost two hours coming out of the trivalley, back to you. >> all right, we'll continue to monitor that. more news in an hour.
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♪ look at the earrings. it is 8:30 on a friday morning. june 15th. we're just moments away from one of the biggest concerts on the series. look who joined us. >> it is not every day, that christina aguilera comes. hi, girl. >> so excited to be here. >> we heard your soundcheck and it sounded like a concert by itself. so, we like to pick a "crowd moment." we have a huge crowd that is spilling over across 48th
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street. >> love it. >> we have two people named arthur and adriana. arthur and adriana. they flew here from brazil. they are lifelong fans. they have never seen her live. is that you right there? >> yes. >> look another those two. can they come say hi real quick? >> break them free. break them free. >> come on. come on. oh, yeah. >> come on. >> oh, my god, look at his shirt. >> i love your shirt. yes. >> i'll take your picture. >> i'll take the picture. >> come say hi. come say hi. well done. >> yes. i love it. hi, honey. oh. i love it. of course. of course. >> this is my favorite right now. you got it? >> all right. all right. you guys, enjoy the concert,
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okay? >> are you coming to brazil? >> yes, my brazilian fighters. >> guys, thank you. that was awesome. >> that's a dream come true. >> got the selfie, got the got the weather. lett show you what we have. we head to your weekend. start with tomorrow. flooding rain through the southwest. tropical storms in the southern parts. father's day on sunday. partly sunny and 88 in pennsylvania. gardener kansas, 95. we love dad's creek oregon and my favorite bald head island, north carolina, finally sunny at 86 degrees. happy father's day no matter what your weather. that's what's going on around the country. here's what's happening in your neck of the woods. >> good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. we're going to have some comfortable weather for the inland areas over the next three days. heading into the weekend. breezy winds and sunrise.
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as we go into next week, we'll be hot by wednesday. we're up to 90 degrees. for san francisco, not as much of a change, but we will start to see the morning clouds and fog staying with us each morning over the next several days. highs in the low 60s. father's day, expect a high of 64 degrees. warming up to 70 by thursday of next week. the citi concert series on "today" is proudly presented to you by citi. >> all right. i have a question. are you are you ready for christina aguilera? she is about to hit our city concert stage. first, a look at the woman behind so many hits. ♪ it's the song that launched christina aguilera into stardom nearly 20 years ago. and she has continued to reinvent herself. ♪ ♪ love you body
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time and time again. over here career she has won six grammys and has five number one singles. now christina is out with a new song featuring demi and her eighth studio album out today. this morning, celebrating with us right here on city concert stage. we do not want to wait any longer. ladies and gentlemen, christina aguilera. ♪ what's up my fighters? it's liberation day today. what's up. we're going bring back this one. we say, ♪ what am i not supposed to have an opinion. should i be quiet just because i'm a woman. call me a diva because i speak
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what's on my mind. when a female fires back, suddenly the guy don't know how to act. little boy would do. making up a few falls rumors or two. that for sure is not a man to me. not a race for popularity. now it's time for me to come and give you more to say. this is more my girls all around the world. come across a man who don't respect your worth. thinking all women who be seen not heard. letting them know we're going to stand our ground. take a deep breath. never can, never will. can't hold us down. nobody can hold us down. nobody can hold us down. nobody can hold us down. ♪ what am i not supposed to say what i'm saying. are you offended with the message i'm bringing. call me whatever cause your words don't mean a thing. if you look back in history,
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it's a common double standard of society, the guy gets all the glory. the girl can do the same and yet you call her a. i don't understand why it's okay. a guy can get away with it a girl gets named. not a new beginning for us. everybody say. this is for my girls all around the world. come across a man that don't respect your world. what do we do, shout louder. letting them know we're going to stand our ground. put your hands up and wave them around. take a big breath and say it loud. >> so cute so coy. you must talk so big to make up for smaller. you must talk so big. ♪ in is for my girls all around the world. thinking about women should be
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seen not heard. what do we do, shout louder. letting them know we're going to stand our ground. take a deep breath and say it loud. never can, never will. can't hold us down. ever will ho down ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> there's more christina aguilera on the way. first, this is "today" on nbc.
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♪ we are back with more from the one, the only christina aguilera. >> she is out with a brand-new album today, just dropped. it's called "liberation," already rocketing up the itunes charts. she is launching a u.s. tour later this year. first in a decade. >> i know. the last time i was on tour, i
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was pregnant with my son and that was ten years ago. >> that child is 10? >> yes. >> are you kidding? >> it's crazy. >> is it different touring? now, you have two children. >> i've been avoiding it forever. i was -- i was sitting for the past few years. i was now, momma has to get back to what i do best. i have to get back on the road. i have to get back to my fans. liberating them and myself again. you know. >> i started to listen to the new album this morning on the ride in. it's hot. >> thank you very much. >> there's something on the album for everyone. how would you describe it? >> i had to, you know, i always try to come with meaning and a purpose behind my lyrics and behind what i do. it always is important to me to come from a place of integrity and not just a form formulaic
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approach. i want to inspire my fans to encourage them to have their own voice and never feel like they're being masked or duct taped in a certain way. i was coming from a place of pure music again and not trying to be a chart-chaser per se, but to get back to the love of music. >> you've been out of the spotlight for a little bit. i rolled in and saw the fans lining midtown manhattan. they're all the way across the street. >> i love them so much. they've been so patient. >> what are you going to sing for them today? >> we're going to do my song that -- i did a duet with the lovely, amazing demi lovato. >> yes. >> all right. >> she's amazing. we don't have her today. i'm doing it solo. but "fall in line." we weren't made to fall in line. >> take it away, christina.
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♪ ♪ little girls, listen closely 'cause no one told me ♪ ♪ but you deserve to know that in this world ♪ ♪ you are not beholden do not owe them ♪ ♪ your body and your soul ♪ all of the youth in the world will not save you from growing older ♪ ♪ all the truth in the girl is too precious to be stolen from her ♪ ♪ it's just the way it is and maybe it's never gonna change ♪ ♪ but i've got a mind to show my strength ♪ ♪ and i've devote a right to speak my mind ♪ ♪ and i gonna pay for this
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♪ they're gonna burn me at the stake ♪ ♪ but i got a fire in my veins i wasn't made to fall in line ♪ ♪ i wasn't made to fall in line ♪ ♪ show some skin make him want you ♪ ♪ god forbid you know your own way home ♪ ♪ ask yourself why it matters who it flatters ♪ ♪ you're more than flesh and bones ♪ ♪ all the youth in the world will not save you from growing older ♪ ♪ all the truth in the girl is too precious to be stolen from her ♪ ♪ it's just the way it is and maybe it's never gonna
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change ♪ ♪ but i got a mind to show my strength ♪ ♪ and i got a right to speak my mind ♪ ♪ i'm gonna pay for this they're gonna burn me at the stake ♪ ♪ but i've got a fire in my veins ♪ ♪ i wasn't made to fall in line i wasn't made to fall in line ♪ ♪ no, we weren't made to fall in line ♪ ♪ yeah, two, three right, two, three ♪ ♪ shut your mouth stick your ass out for me ♪ ♪ march, two, three who told you you're allowed to think ♪ ♪ yeah, two, three right, two, three ♪ ♪ yeah, yeah ♪ it's just the way it is
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and maybe it's never gonna change ♪ ♪ but i got a mind to show my strength ♪ ♪ and i got a right to speak my mind ♪ ♪ i'm gonna pay for this they're gonna burn me at the stake ♪ ♪ i got a fire in my veins i wasn't made to fall in line ♪ ♪ i got a fire in my veins i'm never gonna fall in line ♪ ♪ oh, oh yeah, two, three ♪ ♪ shut your mouth stick your ass out for me ♪ ♪ march two, three two, three ♪ ♪ who told you you're allowed to think ♪ ♪ yeah, two, three right, two, three ♪ ♪ shut your mouth, march, two, three ♪ ♪ two, three ♪ who told you you're allowed to think ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> do not move. go nowhere.
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christina aguilera about to perform one of her biggest hits. but first, this is "today" on nbc. ♪
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we could not be happier to have christina aguilera here, celebrating her new album. it's called "liberation." it's out today. here she is performing her smash hit, fighter. christina, take it away. ♪ >> all right. this is dedicated to all my fighters out there, who have been loyal after all these years. after everything you put us through, you think we despise you. but in tehe end, we want to thak you because you made us
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stronger. ♪ when i thought i knew you thinking that you were true ♪ ♪ i guess i -- i couldn't trust 'cause your bluff time is up 'cause i've had enough ♪ ♪ you were there by my side always down for the ride ♪ ♪ but your joyride just came down in flames 'cause your greed sold me out of shame ♪ ♪ after all of the stealing and cheating you probably think that i hold a resentment for you ♪ ♪ but huh-uh oh, no you're wrong ♪ ♪ 'cause if it wasn't for all that you tried to do ♪ ♪ i wouldn't know how capable i am to pull through so i wanna say thank you ♪ ♪ 'cause it makes me that much stronger ♪ ♪ makes me work a little bit harder ♪ ♪ it makes me that much wiser so thanks for making me a fighter ♪ ♪ made me learn a little bit faster ♪ ♪ made my skin a little bit thicker ♪ ♪ makes me that much smarter thanks for making me a fighter ♪
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♪ oh, oh, oh, oh ooh-ooh-ooh yeah, yeah, yeah ♪ ♪ never saw it coming all of your backstabbing ♪ ♪ just so you could cash in on a good thing before i realized your game ♪ ♪ i heard you're going around playing the victim now ♪ ♪ but don't even begin feeling i'm the one to blame 'cause you dug your own grave ♪ ♪ after all of the fights and the lies ♪ ♪ yes, you wanted to harm me but that won't work anymore ♪ ♪ no more oh, no, it's over ♪ ♪ 'cause if it wasn't for all of your torture ♪ ♪ i wouldn't know how to be this way now ♪ ♪ and never back down so i wanna say thank you ♪ ♪ 'cause it makes me that much stronger ♪ ♪ makes me look a little bit harder ♪ ♪ it makes me that much wiser so thanks for making me a fighter ♪ ♪ made me learn
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a little bit faster ♪ ♪ made my skin a little bit thicker ♪ ♪ makes me that much smarter thanks for making me a fighter ♪ ♪ yes, i will, baby i'll remember ♪ ♪ yeah, i won't forget i'll remember i'll remember i'll remember ♪ ♪ it makes me that much stronger makes me work a little bit harder ♪ ♪ it makes me that much wiser so thanks for making me a fighter ♪ ♪ you won't stop me ♪ i am a fighter you ain't going to stop me ♪ >> put your hands up. oh. ♪ makes me that much smarter thanks for making me a fighter ♪ ♪ it makes me that much stronger makes me work a little bit harder ♪
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♪ it makes me that much wiser so thanks for making me a fighter ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> christina good day. we're coming on the air with a major development in the russia investigation. on the ai major development in the russia investigation. president trump's former campaign manager paul manafort is going to jail. manafort was in federal court this morning. the issue, whether he would have to await his trial in jail or remain under house arrest. this follows new obstruction charges last week involving witness tampering and these charges were brought by robert mueller. let's bring williams.
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bail was roeskevoked. >> he was under house arrest trying to get that relieved. now he'll be in jail until his trial starts. he faces two trials, the first one in alexandria, virginia. he'll be awaiting trial. that means every day he'll come from the jail, go to the courthouse for his trial and go back. one question here, chuck, is whether this new circumstance may cause him to rethink his decision not to cooperate with mueller's investigators and to fight the charges in court. he faces two trials. will this change his mind? after the trial in virginia he's going to go through the same thing again. the judge's order today comes from washington. so no matter what happens in virginia, even if his acquitted there he still faces trial in
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washington and she has ordered him to stay in jail until the trial. that's what it's going to be. now his lawyers can try to get the judge to reconsider, but the odds don't seem very high, chuck. >> in the virginia case, and i understand they're two separate cases, one in northern virginia and one in washington, d.c. it's my understanding the virginia judge is potentially going to rule on whether the charges that were brought by mueller against him there were beyond the scope of the initial rules of the investigation for the special prosecutor. do we expect to get that ruling? >> yesterday but it hasn't happened yet. this is the judge who made the critical remarks about the government. he hasn't yet ruled. we expect him to do so soon. he's had some family issues to deal with, the judge, but i
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think it would be a long shot if any of the charges are dismissed in virginia, chuck. >> pete, you brought up the issue. does this change his mind about cooperation. the question is what does the president, how does he react to this? let's go to kristin welker. we're still recovering from the press conference you were in the middle of with the president. the manafort issue came up. he tried to distance himself, misstating how long manafort was on the campaign, misstating the importance of manafort. this is a critical period for the if the's campaign when manafort came on board and essentially saved the republican nomination on donald trump's behalf. will he consider pardons? is this an instigator for him, kristin? >> it could be, chuck, and certainly when you look at the range of pardons he's granted so
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far, one of the inferences is he trying to send a signal to martin. the president has pushed back against that but you certainly have to think that is a possibility. chuck, when he was asked about this earlier today during that remarkable scrum on the white house north lawn, he did try to downplay the length of time he served on the campaign calling it a short period of time. but it was a critical period of time, and paul manafort was his campaign chair, so it's increasing difficult to do that. thesident steppin up his attacks agast special counsel mueller particularly in the wake of the doj reported we got yesterday that was sharply critical of former fbi director james comey. the president today pressed on whether he's going to suspend robert mueller. that's something that his attorney rudy giuliani said has happened. he said no and he doesn't have plans to do that, chuck, but
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certainly some very sharp words for robert mueller today. and what we are witnessing with paul manafort likely only underscores and gets under his skin that much more. so i would expect we see those attacks just continue, chuck. >> one reminder there, paul manafort was in that infamous trump tower meeting with donald trump jr., the russian lawyer, and you asked the president, you pressed him on that infamous did he give a statement, and all of a sudden the president didn't answer your question, but it was how he didn't answer it. explain. >> i thought it was striking. the president said i don't want to talk about that. and, by the way, li and, by the way, lying to "the new york times" isn't the same. he didn't deny it and essentially said, look, there's no crime in being mistruthful to a news outlet. >> what day at the white house
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and it is not yet 12:00 on the east coast. paul manafort, the president's second campaign manager during the presidential campaign is now in jail. we'll have continuing coverage throughout the afternoon on msnbc and (will ( e east bay on monday. the reason you won )t have to be worried. as fire season continues, you will see smoke rising in the east bay on monday. the reason you won't have to be worried. >> new security technology may not keep thieves from hacking your debit card. an important step to take to protect your pin. >> relive the great moments that
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