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houses on tv. what does he feel like he was missing out on his own time in the white house? this is way too early! ♪ good morning. i'm sorry thomas roberts. it is wednesday, november 12th. welcome to way too early. the show that is intrigued to hear what bill clinton thinks he missed in office. i don't he missed a lot. we're going find out. there are two major things. breakthroughs that came through in china despite often tense relationships between beijing and washington. the u.s. and china agreed to major deals involving pollution and military cooperation. both countries agreed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by about 25% by the year 2025. the countries have also agreed to major communications on major activities and new rules over
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military encounters at sea and in the air. the deals are as seen as a -- stumbling blocks remain especially when it comes to cybersecurity and human rights. >> i described to him why it is so important for us to speak out for the freedoms that we believe are universal. rights we believe are the birthright of all men and women whenever they live whether it is in new york, paris, or hong kong. things are still icy between president obama and russian's president putin. photographs of released were the three offhand meetings. and world leaders have been chastised for a lack of pro pry tie. just this morning the poll report indicates he was chuging gum in a meeting with the chairman of the national people's congress. and there were fireworks in the
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chinese media over a display when president putin put a shawl on the shoulders of china's first lady. now the video was scrubbed by chinese sensors. you see it there. the chinese population did not see that act of chivalry. they thought it was a bit too much. president obama departed china and moving on now for more of his scheduled trip. a ferguson grand jury is hearing a decision in the deadly shooting of an unarmed black teen. the state of missouri is bracing itself for the possible unrest that will follow. democratic governor jay nixon said multiple law enforcement agencies will be on call to respond including the national guard. violent protests erupted in august after a white police officer shot and killed 18-year-old michael brown. the governor says those types of demonstrations cannot be repeated. these measures are not being taken because we're convinced that violence will occur but because we have a responsibility
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to prepare for any contingency. the public demands and i demand that. this is america. people have a right to express their views and grievances. but they do not have the right to put their fellow citizens or their property at risk. as i have said before, violence will not be tolerated. the residents and businesses of this region will be protected. >> meanwhile the pathologist who conducted a privacy autopsy on michael brown is scheduled to testify before the grand jury this week. a new report shows that nationwide 461 felony suspects were shot and killed by police last year. it's the highest number in two decades. police are investigating a bold armed robbery in the diamond district. around 2:30 p.m. on tuesday. a man posing as delivery worker entered a jewelry business on
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west 47th street. he allegedly pistol whipped an employee, forced him to open a safe. when a fifth employee entered the office, the two men fled the scene. west 47th street was a busy block. close to the veteran's day parade. it was closed for hours while police investigated this. no arrests were made. the owner who was pistol whipped was taken to the hospital but listed in stable condition. the suspects made off with an estimated $2 million in jewelry watches. senate joe manchin of west virginia has had his -- he's known for that. he and remaining red state democrats are finding themselves as the new swing votes in the senate. with it newfound power. whether democrats would try to block and tackle republican legislation for the next two years, manchin was direct reportedly saying that's bs. i'm not going put up with that. he wasn't the only one.
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senator claire mccass call. one house democracy is gearing up for a fight. james clyburn has little doubt that the gop will stop at nothing trying to tarnish president obama's legacy in his remaining two years in office. the democrats need to prepare for the worst which includes impeachment. >> i have been saying for several weeks now long before the election that if they maintain their majority in the house and got a significant majority in the senate will be some reason found to introduce an impeachment resolution. you will not get two-thirds to convict. why are we going through the whole deal? it's to put ans a terrif s aste
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the first african-american president. clyburn went on to say he believes republicans will use any executive action that the president takes on immigration as the, quote, peg in which they'll hang an impeachment resolution. yesterday republican congressman joe barton of texas confirmed the fears saying in an interview that impeachment should be, quote, in consideration. this brings us to the twitter question. do you agree with congressman clyburn. will the gop try to impeach president obama. do you think that joe barton is correct thinking that the gop should go after president obama if he does use executive action on immigration. we look forward to hearing from you. two could be presidential contenders are drawing attention to hillary clinton's age.
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then we have governor scott walker saying over the weekend that clinton, who was 67, quote, embodies that old tired, top down approach from the government. not everyone is counting the years. a recent pugh survey finds that a percentage thinks that hillary clinton is 50 in or younger. and the upshot on the new york times report show 2016 voters will be just as young and diverse as they were back in 2012. i always say 40 is the new 20. amen. that's right. all right it's an event, a decade, and a billion dollars in the making. a european space probe is right now, as we speak, attempting to land on a comet about 300 million miles away. there's an issue with the
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landing system. it's trying to use screws and harpoon system to keep from bouncing off the comet is icy and dusty and surface. the landing itself takes about seven hours. scientists are hoping to get a successful conformation about 11:00 a.m. eastern. they don't know for sure for awhile because it's so far away. it takes the radio transmitter 28 minutes to transmit back to earth. how cool is that? we're going to move to business knew ever news for you. this morning five major banks agreed to pay more than $3 billion in fines for attempting to manipulate exchange rates. citibank, hsbc, jpmorgan chase, rbs, and ubs will pay more than $600 million each. jeff, walk us through the significance of these fines and is this just a, you know, a small drop in the fine bank for these people? >> yeah, it just seems --
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doesn't it, that the banks can't get off the naughty step. in excess of $3 billion when you talk up the numbers. the reality is these are legacy issues, really. the investigation started mid 2013 and dozens of traders have either been suspended or lost their job around this story. now the implications, i guess, will be on the direction of bank share prices and how we view the opportunity in the banks going forward. there is still a lot of investors who are weary of putting money into the banks. not knowing whether the litigation risk has come to an end yet. clearly it hasn't. this fx probe may be close to settlement but we know there are still other issues surrounding the banks in other areas of trading. so just keep a weary eye around the financials as we continue to see news float on this
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litigation story. i wanted to move you on. we have another interesting story for you as it relates to google. google are going to spend over a billion dollars over 60 years to hire an airfield with a number of hangars. this is a massive facility. it's a naval base. we know google is taking baby steps a the moment in the area of aviation. they're interested in space flight, their interested in robotics, they're interested in drones. google now taking a significant step putting its money where its mouth is and i think we should keep a close eye what google intends to come up with to delight us going forward. it's more than an internet company. >> the other story you're following is about the lawsuit apple could face. it has to deal with vanishing text messages. explain that.
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>> this is fascinating. have you ever been in a situation where somebody said you got the message, right? you're thinking you didn't and you missed the appointment. it turns out lots of apple messages have gone missing and ios 5 had a block that meant if you switched to an android system you wouldn't necessarily see messages from apple devices. a federal judge now saying we need to get apple up to talk about this. this is getting serious. apple itself saying we've now changed the way the system works or at least you can gmake sure you messages get through. >> that's shady if they did that. we'll see if we found out the real truth. still ahead on way too early. kobe bryant breaks a record. but not the kind he was hoping for.
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what he accomplished after nearly two decades in the pros. >> obama was characterized by chinese internet users as an idler or careless rapper. oh, we all know how much the hip-hop rapsmen love representing the gum. with my mind on my bubbles and my bubbles on my mind. all right. stephen colbert takes on president obama's gum chewing in china. that story and a check on weather when way too early comes back. the fwrord the authorities remains the same. they believe a catastrophic mechanical failure brought down
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and it's automatic. we save time and money. time? money? time and money. awesome. awesome! awesome! awesome! awesome! (all) awesome! i love logistics. time for sports. we begin with the nba and one not so flattering record set by the lakers kobe bryant in l.a.'s game against the grizzlies. off the mark on a 14-foot fade away jumper in the fourth. his 13th missed shot of the night. that gives him, get this 13,418 career missed field goals. that's a new lead record. bryant finished with 28 points wasn't phased by the dubious record reminding reporters he's a shooting guard that played 19 seasons. l.a. really a lallies at th the fourth. the lakers drop to a 1-6 after
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the 107-102 loss. here is some great news from major league laib announcing the managers of the year. baltimore's buck showwalter claims the american league. i believe in buck and the orioles won the franchise's first title since 1997 this season. to the national league it's washington's matt williams winning the title in his first season as manager. willi claimed the nl east crown. >> mike, you like those? >> buck? >> buck? >> he's a new -- >> and also matt williams with -- >> yeah. those two were great as well as executives. >> i like the idea we're keeping it there on the beltway. very good. let's check in with nbc meteorologist bill karins. i like the weather today all
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though i wore the wool suit. >> you know how some places have floating holidays? today should be one of those on the east coast. everyone should go home. it's the last warm day until probably the spring. it's going to be 65 and sunny up-and-down the eastern sea board. the cold air is on the way. it's been well advertised. the only fly in the ointment is going to be the fog. it's patchy dense fog. boston visibility is a third of a mile. new york city two miles. just be careful out there. anywhere from virginia to maine we have fog. once the fog floats off it's going to be gorgeous. let's talk about the nasty stuff. middle of the winter like peak of the winter cold in wyoming. casper is at negative 19 degrees as you walk out the door. and there's enough wind that the windchill is minus 32. it's minus 14 in denver now with light snow. that's a light fluffy snow and minus 14 windchills.
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amarillo at 2. about half the country right now as a windchill below 32 degrees. there's that snow in denver. that's probably the worst weather of the country. how is that for a high temperature today? denver a light snow and a high temperature of 4. 4 degrees. >> that's it. >> that's it. >> look at the 64. >> i told you. it should be a holiday for the east coast. no one should have to work or do anything about u lunchtime. >> we like it. coming up at the top of the hour. you know things are bad for president obama when he can get more done in china than he can with congressional republicans. the latest from his asian trip ahead. we'll huddle around the water cooler and bill clinton reveals shows that are on his dvr. we should be glad they started off he left office.
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all right. welcome back. time to huddle around the water cooler. lewis will fill us in on bill clinton's favorite tv shows. >> that's right. >> the former president reveals us. >> yes, he does. he sat down with ellen degeneres for tv talk yesterday. he's a big fan of tv producer shonda rhymes and politicians get away with murder. >> the thing about scandal and house of cards that makes it fun to watch is i can't imagine that either a president or chief of
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staff on scandal could really get away with murder. i wish i had known about that. think about all the opportunities. >> so many people to get rid of. >> so little time. >> it's to easy. >> little scandal and house of cards. earlier in the year shonda invited the guest star on scandal. >> bill clinton and oliva pope. it's a general principle you don't criticize the commander in chief when he's overseas. when you're stephen colbert it doesn't apply. >> i know i've often called president obama a national embarrassment. tonight he's international embarrassment. this time in china where he's attending an economic summit. he embarrassed america. first off, he wore traditional chinese garb but forgot the start fleet communicator. even worse, that's not -- even
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worse when he should be over there chewing china out he was chewing something else. >> there have been reports in the chinese media that the chinese here were offended by the president's gum chewing. mr. president obama was seen chewing the nicorette gum. >> why are you chewing nicorette? you're in beijing. the one place where inhaling burnt tar is the healthier choice. >> now we've watched a wheel of fortunate when there's one letter left on the board. try to solve the puzzle anyway. here's what happens when pat sejack is in the mood for a hail mary. >> one "n." >> you have 3 second to wrestle with that. ♪ >> riding a brown horse. [ laughter ] >> that's amazing!
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it's wrong! >> g! >> one "g." three seconds. >> riding a white horse. [ laughter ] who said anything about a horse! pat loosing his cool there. i like the hawaiian show. the reveal, it was seeing a buddy movie. was the reveal one. >> they were way off. >> thank you, lewis. we appreciate it. we want to get you to twitter. earlier we asked you if you agree with congressman jim clyburn that the republicans will try to impeach the president over any action over
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immigration. >> good morning. so the professor says of course they will. over what? i have no idea. they have no idea either except to hate him. and congress needs to grow up and get things done. if you don't like the president you don't get to go and impeach him. >> thank you. coming up next on w"way too earl early". the stories we'll be talking about in the days ahead. morning joe seconds away. thank you for being my hero and my dad. military families are uniquely thankful for many things, the legacy of usaa auto insurance could be one of them. if you're a current or former military member or their family, get an auto insurance quote and see why 92% of our members plan to stay for life.
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let's get a check on the day ahead. after a seven week recess congress finally heading back to washington for the so-called lame duck session. there's plenty of work to do. including considering president obama's request for money to fight isis. also, senators will meet their first hear -- meet with their first hearing on the ebola crisis while democratic house members hold a news conference urging the president to take action on immigration reform. congress begin their orientation today. senators elect meeting this afternoon.
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the freshman orientation going on. that's going to do it for "way too early." "morning joe" starts right now. now. >> president obama find himself in beijing for apec. the asia pacific comiskey corporation, summit conference dedicated to promoting what are you, nice, spell out apec? are you kidding meeconomi


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