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>> i don't give a dam what you appreciate, agent strzok. >> heated exchanges on capitol hill as the fbi agent who sent anti-trump texts is grilled in a fiery hearing. and more fiery words from president trump criticizing the british prime minister for her handling of brexit in a new interview. one of the most horrific murder cases in our nation's history has been reopened as federal investigators launch a new probe into the murder of emmett build a bear nationwide thourz wait hours in line for pay your age day. and will smith gets emmet's feelgds with the latest viral dance craze.
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"early today" starts right now. good morning. i'm phillip mena. we begin this morning with the president's war of words with the u.k. launching into a tirade directly aimed at britain's prime minister saying theresa may ignored his advice on brexit while never divulging details of the alleged advice, accusing may of wrecking brexit negotiations, even warning she might kill off a crucial trade deal with the u.s. mr. trump's words coming just as he sat down for a black tie dinner in england, undercutting the dinner's host theresa may herself. while protesters lined the streets of london making their displeasure with the american president known. let's go to nbc's cal per is at our london bureau for us this morning. cal, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, phillip. an absolutely explosive interview given by the u.s. president. we understand that prime minister may actually heard about this interview last night at about 7:00 p.m., no reaction from her yet. but expect to hear something pretty soon. the bullet points put out by the murdoch-owned paper sort of layout for you the hit job this
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really was. he talked about e.u. leaders destroying the culture and the identity of europe by allowing in migrant. he tore into the mayor of london for saying, as he put it, allowing crime to spiral out of control. but the headline really that discussion about brexit, this is the issue that has consumed british politics. we have some audio. take a listen to what he actually said about brexit and prime minister may. >> i would have done it much differently. i actually told theresa may how to do it but she didn't agree -- she didn't listen to me. >> what did she say? >> she didn't listen. no, i told her how to do it. that will be up to her to say. but i told her how to do it. she wanted to go a different route. >> so you would be prepared to walk away if they don't give you the right terms? >> oh, absolutely. i think what'soi unfortunate. >> reporter: phillip, all of supposed to sit down with prime minister may for
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a bilateral meeting followed by a press conference. that's scheduled for 8:45 in the morning. as i said this is the talk of the town. look for that schedule to possibly change as people>> we eventful trip. has not disappointed. thank you. while the president's previous trips have routinely visited london and the u.k., they journey through the streets, usually, trump is on a different tour taking helicopters to and from events out in the english country side away from the sprawling demonstrations in the city. still, it doesn't seem he was able to shake those protesters. nbc's richard engel has that report from london. >> reporter: we are now in front of the u.s. ambassador's residence in regents park. it is a large property, 12 acres, and protesters have come ou the outer perimeter. president trump will be staying overnight here during his ty ar that his homophobia, racism,
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sexism whore goe that's president trump taking off for central london leaving the u.s. ambassador to this country's residence. he's staying here during his visit and you can hear from the crowds behind me people have come out to say that president trump is not welcome. in fact, they say they will be here all night so that they can disturb president trump's sleep. in fact, the protesters say the reason that president trump is flying around the city, flying around this country in helicopters instead of driving through the streets as most official visitors do is because there are protests. richard engel, nbc news, london. >> and back in the states it was ten hours of intense and heated exchanges on capit hill as fbi agent peter strzok defend l him self against accusations of bias regarding his role in the early stages of the russia probe. house republicans grilled strzok over anti-trump text messages sent during theampaign as
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democrats tried to come to his defense. for more on this fiery hearing let 57 go to nbc's tracie potts here in washington. >> reporter: rarely do we see something like this in washington, 10 hours of grueling testimony and questions that started to go downhill pretty fast after he was sworn in. peter strzok denying that his text messages created any bias in either the clinton e-mail or the russia investigations. he was actually forced to read some of those messages during the hearing that he exchanged with his former colleague, closed bi attorney lisa page. doors today and some of the questions yesterday went to whether or not the relationship that they had had any impact on this investigation. >> i can't help but wonder when i see you looking there with a little smirk how many times did
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you look so innocent into your wife's eye and lie to her about lisa -- >> mr. chairman, this is outrageous. >> reporter: lawmakers going after not only their witness, but each other. >> mr. chairman, there is no basis for that. he consulted with the fbi counsel. >> the gentleman is not recognized. >> and the chairman is not being proper. >> the chairman is being proper. >> i don't appreciate what was originally said being changed. >> i don't give a dam what you appreciate, agent strzok. >> if it's so frustrating answer the question. >> if you'll allow him to, i'm sure he will. >> he has never answered the question. >> stop interrupting him. >> reporter: it got really testy. still up in the air whether this committee wl peter strzok in contempt. there was one question about how many witnesses they interviewed early on that he refused to answer. back to you. >> quite a show there. tracie, thank you. the fallout continues for papa john's following company john schnatter's admitted use of
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a racial slur. the miami marlins, tampa bay ra rays and mar lens have ended their association after the training session. this comes after major league baseball stopped the papa slam. according to the louisville courier journal, schnatter's name has been removed from a sign post in a gymnasium in his hometown of jefferson ville, indiana. former nba charles oakley making headlines after being arrested in las vegas for attempting to commit a fraudulent act at a casino. the state's gaming control board allege he tried to reduce a wager during a gambling game after the outcome became known. no further details around the face one to two years in a fe on and for the first time in 17 e emmy awards t 7. years hbo does not lead the pack. it is netflix this time. they got the most nominations with 112.
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hbo came in a close second with 108 nods. among the nominated shows, "game of thrones" got the most love with 22 nods, while west world and saturday night live were close behind with 21. and sandra oh etched her name in the history books, becoming the first asian woman to be nominated for lead actress in a drama. minorities accounted for over one-third of the acting nominees this year. rip currents are threatening parts of the east coast. beach goers from the jersey shore to long island are being strengthened by former hurricane chris as it sped across the atlantic and the effect on the coast these next few days has lifeguards warning swimmers tow. now is a good time to hd iter t karins. good morning. >> yeah, dangerous at the beaches from the rough seas. that will be the case probably into the weekend, too. the only immediate concerns are the thunderstorms in the northern plains heading throughn i more but there is lightning
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and heavy downpours, maybe localized isolated flooding. the cold front is trying to push down over a hot and humid air mass that will spark new thunderstorms. here's how it looks as we go through 5:00 p.m. omaha, des moines, through central portion tsz of wisconsin that's your best shot of getting the storms. saturday afternoon we'll take the storms toward chicago, pea ore i can't, kansas city, maybe hundreds. ohio valley getting hotter this weekend. it'ss,s happens every year,e people getting injured. health officials say two men ta sustained during the race. if you come out with just a bruise you're all right. some had concussions, arm and leg trauma, and one person was gored. i don't know what that is. gored? people are really taking a
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chance. the thrill of the chase. what's gored? pierced? punctured? >> something you don't want. something you don't want at all. >> i'll take the bruise. >> the bruise at least proves you were there, right? that's what you want. just ahead, serena williams remarkable comeback at the remarkable comeback at the blekier. always discreet doesn't need all that bulk to protect. because it's made differently. the super absorbent core quickly turns liquid to gel, for drier protection that's a lot less bulky. looks like good things really do come in small packages. always discreet. for bladder leaks.
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serena williams breaks to win the semi final. >> that was serena williams positively glowing after she fought her way back into the wimbledon final. just ten months after childbirth, too. the former world number one beating out julia georges in straight sets yesterday setting up a rematch against angelique kerber in the match saturday. this run up isn't as easy as it looks. >> this is not inevitable for me. i had a really tough delivery and, you know, i had to have
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multiple surgeries and almost didn't make it, to be honest. so i remember i couldn't even walk to my mailbox, so it's definitely not normal for me to be in a wimbledon final. >> leading the news, shocking new allegations are being aimed at nfl star leshaun mccoy. his ex-girlfriend is claiming he had something to do with a break-in that left her bloodied and bruised. the pro bowler is denying the allegations. we warn you some of these images are disturbing. >> reporter: newly released 911 calls reveal a panic after a break-in at this home in suburban atlanta owned by buffalo bills star running back lesean mccoy. >> were weapons involved or mentioned, ma'am? >> yes, a gun, i got hit in the face -- >> reporter: the there severely beaten and ex-girlfriend who was living hospitalized. >> he took my jewelry off my -- i meanor jewelry.
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i think it has something to do with my ex-boyfriend. >> reporter: in an instagram post she blames mccoy and calling him a devil and animal. he fired back the totally baseless and offensive claims made against me are completely false. furthermore, i have not had direct contact with the people involved in months. court records show mccoy had been trying to evict her from his home for more than a year. police aren't saying whether they believe he may have somehow been involved in the break-in. the lawyer tells us that her client is now out of the hospital. in a statement, the nfl says it is reviewing the case. georgia.rs association had >> tio officials say they have now reunited 57 migrant children under five with families under court order. that's all the children that were deemed eligible for reunification offes. of those still separated 12 have been deported. when asked if the parents would get to see their kids again, they said the united states is under no obligation to bring parents back to the u.s. for
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of them, barely able to contain their excitement. clamoring for a cuddly toy at malls across america. >> it's been almost four hours. >> this was the line. it wrapped all the way around the entire mall. >> reporter: liness i houston people and a couple hundred city. >> after a hundred people more a couple hundred people more, we qued it outside. and now we have about a thousand people in line. >> reporter: shoppers biding their time, bearing the hour's long wait. is the wait worth it? >> of course. it's for the girls. >> reporter: all for the chance to pickup their favorite for a special price. build-a-bear stores offering one day only pay your age sale. >> it is definitely worth it for that value. >> reporter: the bear lover's blitz was too much for many stores. the companies closing lines midday across the united states. build a bear rreonse was, quote overwhelming. continuing, we understand that many guests were turned away due to safety concerns created by the crowds.
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and unfortunately given circumstances, we were unable to serve all of our guests for the pay your age event as planned. the company said it would also make vouchers available to its bonus club members. it was an irresistible combination of bear and a bargain. dan scheneman, nbc news. >> when they first announced it you knew it was going to be crazy. >> will they do it again, though? >> that was my question. i was wondering that. attention. you're going to leave people a little sour. they gave out vouchers. >> no chance to get in. >> all right. let's move on to rapper drizzy drake. you know that guy. drizzy drake. bill's favorite name for him. the viral dance challenge we've all been seeing, he was at a club in london and he ran into julius d. who is a famous street lollipop. he asked who is his favorite character. the lollipop is the head o
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and from one global star to another, david beckham made a surprise visit to a children's hospital in miami. you see him there brimging smiles to the kids faces. he signed soccer balls for them, video games, he played fifa which he lost,nbc bay area )s s
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tracking a bizarre july rain and it is friday morning, just like that. we are tracking the bizarre july rainstorm this morning. where you could actually see some of this drizzle. good morning thank you for starting your morning with us. let's check things right now. >> yeah. it is because of that moisture we have beenweski it made its way to the bay area. as we start out this morning, if you're lucky like me and got a little bit of rain your car is extra dirty thisweill see a lot as we go through the
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