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north of the san mateo bridge, an easy drive. >> we'll continue to check the markets this morning as we leave you. good morning. breaking news. the dow plummets at the opening bell as britain votes to leave the european union has markets reeling. david cameron announcing plans to resign. >> i do not think it would be right for me to try to be the captain that steers our country to its next destination. >> we're live with reaction from wall street, to london. a fantastic thing, donald trump heaps praise on the brexit vote as he arrives in scotland. states of emergency. flash floods in west virginia, at least four killed. a home catching fire and washing off its foundation. >> watch out. in california, more than 50
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homes are destroyed by a new wildfire, in what is fast becoming one of that state's worst fire seasons ever. and rock royalty, the legendary steven tyler live on our plaza, got a couple of classics from the sounds you may not expect friday, june 24, 2016. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. good morning everyone. welcome to "today" on a friday morning, 7:00 on the west coast. people were wondering what the results of the brexit vote would be immediately, take a look. this is the new york stock exchange down almost 400 points on this friday morning. >> this echoed across the world, this has been what a lot of people are calling earthquake, a different world we're waking up to. >> and it is our top story. of course the fallout over the decision by voters in britain to
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leave the eu, and the uncertainty over what happens next. complete coverage beginning with chief global correspondent bill neely outside the house of parliaments in london. good morning. >> reporter: good morning from a stunned britain this is the biggest political shock in this country for half a century, the victors calling it britain's independence day. most political parties here, big business, unions, all wanted britain to stay in the european union, the people decided otherwise. and the big risk is that this isn't just a shock here, that it's a shock in europe, and as we heard, globally on the stock markets. >> this means that the uk has voted to leave the european union. >> reporter: after the earthquake the aftershock, britain's prime minister resigning. >> i do not think it would be right for me to try to be the captain that steers our country to its next destination.
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>> reporter: this is a prime minister who gambled with his own and his country's future and lost spectacularly. he will go down in history but not as he expected. the result was a shock right from the start. no one expected a win for those campaigning for britain to leave, the 28-member european union. >> we will call it independence day. >> reporter: the vote hinged on three irk us, britain's sovereignty, jobs and immigration. the vote to leave, 52-48. britain the first country to say that's enough. britain's currency plunged. now, everyone has to deal with it including president obama who came to britain to urge voters to stay in europe. david cameron may be going but britain's special relationship with the u.s. is not. as a disappointed vice president made clear on a visit to ireland. >> we prefer a different outcome.
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>> reporter: and this man is favorite to be britain's new leader. >> it's about the right of the people of this country to settle their own destiny. >> reporter: boris johnson led the lead campaign, a campaign that has turned britain and a stunned european union on its head. and as proof how stunned the french prime minister said this is an explosive shock at stake is the breakup pure and simple of the european union. also the leader of scotland has said this vote means that scotland should have a second vote on its independence so the shock waves could mean not only the breakup of the european union eventually but actual think breakup of the united kingdom. >> bill neely in london, thank you. >> let's turn to christopher dickey, the world news editor for the daily beast. good morning to you or should i say good afternoon. you know, we were talking about what a shock this is. yet, this referendum has been coming for a while.
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there has been polling, it showed a close vote. yet there is this sense no one saw it coming. >> well, i think there was a lot of wishful thinking, more like the scottish referendum a while back, people thought their pollings would show it was close but at the end of the day all of those undecided voters would come through and say let's keep the status quo. let's keep britain in the european union. but it didn't happen. >> so what happens now, chris? i mean we talked about a domino effect, people going as far as to say it will now be the breakup of the european union. if there is going to be more to this in terms of dominos where do we look? >> well, i think that france is really the most problematic because it was one of the founding members of the european economic community, founding of the eurozone, all of these things. there is sentiment against europe in france, and the person who is guiding that sentiment is the leader of the far right
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national front party who is going to do very well in presidential elections next year, according to all of the polls. even if she doesn't take the final victory herself. >> there is this issue of sovereignty, that was at play in this vote. also, immigration and jobs and in a lot of ways seems those are the real fuel for this fire. >> well, you know savannah, i mean the thing that has gone unsaid too often in the discussions today about brexit is that the driving force in this was the migrant crisis. hundreds of thousands of syrians and north africans in italy and greece and elsewhere they said we've got to stop this. and europe, the european union, the european commission, the european government in brussels seemed completely incapable of dealing with that. and that helped mightily the people pushing the brexit vote in britain. they said what is this government in brussels that it can't stop these people from coming in?
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now, did that play the racist sentiment yes, absolutely it did but we can't say everybody who was voting for brexit was a racist or a zen 0 phobe but it affected the emotions and as margaret thatcher used to say referendums are a bad idea, they are based on emotion. >> christopher dickey unparis for us. thank you very much. donald trump kicked off a business trip he happened to have in scotland this morning immediately weighed in on the vote upon landing. katie tour is live. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. as markets both abroad and home were dropping and mounting concerns about a global recession, donald trump is golfing right now at his golf course in scotland. praising brexit and saying that a devaluation of the pound would be good for his business here. donald trump's flying to scottland and landing in political chaos as the uk votes to leave the eu, a move trump encouraged.
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and compared to his own campaign. >> purely historic. i love to see people take their country back. and that's really what's happening in the united states, and i think you see that. and that's what's happening in many other places in the world. >> reporter: trump drawing parallels to his immigration plan. >> people want to see borders, they don't necessarily want people pouring into their country, that they don't know who they are and where they come from. >> reporter: the visit is not an official campaign event but a ribbon cutting at a golf course he owns. >> we have something that is very special, considered one of the most beautiful buildings in all of golf. >> reporter: the clinton campaign already attacking him for it releasing a web video mocking trump's trip abroad. >> donald trump is a fool. >> reporter: this week trump's campaign has been in the rough, down in the polls, down on cash and down on gop support. but there are signs he is turning things around reportedly raising $19 million for joint fundraising with the rnc and
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earning the endorsement of donald rumsfeld. the trip is the latest visit to a trump property. in the past year the candidate has taken his campaign to nine of his own locales from mara logo and trump tower and scotland. >> why i use somebody else's products action they aren't as good and two, one of those things. >> reporter: it's ironic he is praising brexit while he is in scotland one of the few places that voted to stay in the european union. for prime minister david cameron who is now resigning, donald trump calls him a good man who just misread the mood of his country. >> thank you. >> let's bring in chuck todd. good morning to you. let's look at the political fallout from this here in this country. it's really hard to say that this isn't a victory for donald trump and his political world view over hillary clinton and barack obama's political world view. will it impact the election here? >> i don't know if it will
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impact the election, what it should do is wake some of us up in the sort of political and media elite world which is there has been i would argue a global middle class revolt against political elites and leadership around in western itzed democracies all around the world. and the issue of economic anxiety that's been fueling both bernie sanders and donald trump, in this country, it's ditto in the uk, ditto in france, ditto in germany, in japan. so the point is that this is something that people got to take seriously. the middle class, it's frustrated. just like we've seen here with the use of immigration sort of feeding into fears on economic anxiety that is what fueled what happened there and never mind the fact this is also connected to a decision or a lack of a decision that president obama made when it came to the issue of syria. and that in itself will have a bigger impact i think on the campaign debate about what to do
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about the middle east, which of course is helping to lead to the crackup of europe. >> talk about the campaign. as we mentioned trump happens to be in scotland but not on a foreign trip that candidates take, he is there to promote the opening of a golf course. he got some criticism when asked about this world event he started talking about his golf course. >> by the way, savannah, in a parallel universe, a presidential presumptive nominee on the ground in the country that's in the news of the moment could have been political genius. he could be there starting to have meetings and understanding the issue better but instead he is there promoting himself and his own brand, and i've been thinking earlier this week, he ripped into the clintons for what is a charge that others made for years that they use their own political connections to make money, to enrich themselves or to enrich their friends. well, that may be an effective message against the clintons but
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he is the right mengen ger using his campaign to prop up his golf course? >> chuck, thanks. >> let's look at the reaction on wall street as we speak. jim cramer at the new york stock exchange. good morning. we saw the european markets get banged up. what do you see in the dow and the u.s. markets? >> i see kind of a nutty situation. this market is barely down, all it's done is reverse yesterday's rally. i think a lot of people here including a lot of local media, a lot of trucks outside from different media outlets would have indicated that we would be down 500, 600, 7. we opened below and rallying. i want to caution it's early in the day, there can be many things that can happen but right now people are taking it in stride. >> i mean, not to contradict you but this thing has gone all over the place, jim. started at 200, to 400, back to 300, up to almost 500. so it's hard to say right now
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people are taking it in stride, isn't it? >> well, but i would have expected that we could have been down very much at the opening and then gone down again. so, in stride only because all we've done, matt, is given up yesterday right at this moment. i think that's wrong. i think we could revisit lower prices, all i'm saying is that there should be more reaction than we had. and that we should at least be back to where we were a few weeks ago when we were concerned that brexit so to speak would win. i guess all i'm saying is that it's just kind of business as usual and i would have expected more. there's no panic at all. >> this is just one moment one time, do you expect the economy here in the u.s. in particular, to take it to feel those ripple effects? >> i think there are people that see that our market is a safe haven, our interest rates have gone down again so stocks that yield 3, 4% are doing better. the pain seems to be the
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financials because they are the most linked to europe. i think we're being a lit little blind. a level of complacency. i have come on your show when it's down big and said please, let's just be in there and take your time, stay the course. i'm surprised that people are doing that this time. it's almost as if they were prepared for this. but again, it's early, i've seen fridays that have been okay, and badly, mondays lower. i just think that this is not the great buying opportunity i've been waiting for. >> jim cramer, keep an eye on it for us. another major story, a dangerous wild fire growing fast in california. it's destroyed dozens of homes, nbc's miguel almaguer is live in lake isabella. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. this is what the fire has done, we got a briefing from officials, it has destroyed 100 structures and counting, this fire did it all in a matter of hours, one of the most aggressive fires we've seen so far this year.
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and it may also be the most destructive. overnight exploding out of control and racing toward homes, so called earthkin fire swallowed communities near lake isabella, california. >> it's surreal. i've never been in a fire i've seen so many homes burn. >> reporter: this firefighter documenting the drama in the middle of a fire storm. >> we lost structures in multiple communities. >> reporter: feeding on drought, fueled by scorching temperatures and fanned by the wind. >> one house, second, third here. four or five, six down the street. >> reporter: a wall of flames, hop-scotched from home to home. >> this is a danger zone. >> reporter: the count now at least 80 structures, propane tanks exploding through the day. with damage mounting and at least 1500 homes threatened, massive evacuations are under way. >> i'm in danger of losing
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everything that i own. >> reporter: for now, this volatile fire is unstoppable, hopping highways, smoke, flames and destruction everywhere. >> it's pretty sad to see. >> reporter: a monster on the move. causing unspeakable damage and threatening even more. this fire has now grown to 8,000 acres, it is zero percent contained, 350 firefighters on the ground, hundreds more on the way. matt. >> miguel, thank you. state of emergency in effect in west virginia and heavy rain triggered deadly flash flooding. morgan has the latest for us g. morning. >> reporter: savannah, good morning. behind me you can see where power lines have completely been ripped down, chunks of the road missing and this flood water racing by. this is the same flood water that we now know has claimed four lives while hundreds more remain trapped. this morning, a state of
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emergency as a band of severe thunderstorms pounded parts of west virginia, causing historic and widespread flooding. that flooding washing some houses right off their foundations. stunned residents watched wa appeared to be part of a house on fire floating down a creek. >> dad, watch out. >> reporter: emergency crews in jackson county responded to reports after toddler swept away by rushing water. but heavy rainfall forced the crews to suspend the search. the storms uprooted trees and knocked over power lines, plunging almost one million residents in darkness. and the small town of richwood, rain watt every swallowed most of the down town area, flooding homes and businesses. in elk view emergency crews are working to rescue hundreds of people, forced to spend the night at a shopping mall after the overpass bridge into the shopping annex was washed away by flood waters. authorities are trying to figure out how to reach those people
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trapped inside that mall. even considering building a temporary bridge. the red cross established shelters to help those displaced residents while more flooding is expected today and into the weekend. >> morgan, thank you. let's get a check of the weather. >> to give you an idea how bad this wild fire season has been. you look at the average the last 10 year, in the last five, the worst was 2012. 1.2 million burned, acres burned. we already are at almost 2 million acres burned and more on the way. you can see we have the risk of red flag warnings now south of los angeles for the rest of this weekend. we're going to continue to track that.
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good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. temperatures are now at 60 in the peninsula with fog more the coast. we have low clouds in san francisco and parts of the north bay. all of that clears out today for mostly sunny skies and a wide range in temperatures from 72 in san francisco to 87 in the south bay. east bay 85. 91 in the tri-valley. low 90s for the north bay. the mostly sunny skies continue into the weekend. temperatures continue to ramp up. >> and that's your latest weather. >> thank you very much. coming up, the standoff over guns on capitol hill after that dramatic sit-in on the house floor. the question is what did it accomplish?
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>> and ben affleck's response to the controversy over his epic rant on deflate gate. first on a friday morning this is "today" on nbc.
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59 in san jose and palo alto. highs reaching 80s and 90s for the south bay. 80 in san mateo. 70 at the pacifica and also at&t park. we'll be up to 90 in napa. brentwood 96. pleasanton a high of 90. our temperatures for the inland areas will stay hot after going through the weekend and that continues into early next week. friday light for most parts of the bay, but two key spots. one really bad problem here. quite evident here. this is the dunbarton bridge. west 84 jammed solid. back to the fremont. there is an issue at the signal at university. all these folks back here. san mateo bridge or west 237. a much better route heading through the area. to the bay bridge, find through the maze. second of our crash is at carlton. still affecting lanes westbound 80 from hill top drive down there. golden gate field.
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♪ working like a boss at a -- band. >> friday morning, june 24th, 2016. we are getting ready to welcome steven tyler to our great stage and yes, in case you're wondering, he will be singing some aerosmith songs and what a great way to wrap up the week. let's take a look at some other headlines on a friday morning. a state of emergency has been declared in west virginia in the town of ravens hohood two boys e swept away. hundreds of thousands are
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customers are now without power. a dangerous new wildfire north of las angeles where at least 50 new homes have already been burned. >> british prime minister david cameron who led the fieg ght to stay in the eu has decided to resign. good morning. >> reporter: hey, matt, good morning. even the president helped for the prime minister to win. the prime minister has been seeing the queen. he must try to reassure markets around the world though some are saying he is a lame duck.
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scotland and ireland threatening to break up the currency, the prime minister tried to reassure people today while holding bacteribac back tiers. >> i love this country and i feel honored to have to served it and i will do everything i can in theuture to help this great country succeed. >> reporter: and the question now is who will be in here leading britain. negotiating europe? some people are looking to boris johnson, the former london mayor. he has been speaking today. if he does become prime minister. i asked what will he do next? and under the great britain nationalism with his threat to this country, his father said
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what is he going to do next? play cricket with me tomorrow. >> people may just start to follow it right now. number one, how did this come up for a vote this issue of whether or not to belong to the eu and why did david cameron now feel he has to now resign? >> reporter: i guess it comes down to small divisions within the party that he thought he could heal by leading a vote like this. it shows how a domino effect can cause things to emerge. the popular will among people to vote to leave the eu and i guess there is a message for politicians around this world in that. >> keir, thank you very much. the fight over gun control on capitol hill, theres a growing war of words by the democrats. peter alexander is on the hill
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for us. good morning. >> reporter: the topic of guns is one of the most pollerizing reinforced by the competing parties very different takes. a pair of republican lawmakers calling it a disgrace. trying to keep up with more gun control measures with eyes on the election this fall. first the sit-in, now the standoff. democrats demanding votes on two controversial gun control bills. run house speaker paul ryan ripping democrats accusing them of raising money off a political stunt. >> they are sending out fund raising solicitations. >> reporter: house democrats emerging from nearly 26-hour rebellion declaring victory. >> what resulted was a discussion heard around the
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world. >> reporter: the house now adjourned until after the holiday. guns a central circumstance at the 2016 campaign. >> we have to vote like we have never ever voted before. >> reporter: both sides hoping to capitalize. hillary clinton praising democrats for exposing -- gun violence. trump addressing the issue on thursday on fox news. >> i never saw anything like i saw last night and they have to go out and win elections. right now they're not winning, so they figure they'll protest. >> reporter: americans views are clear a majority of americans favor stricter gun laws, 85% favor background checks. one possible solution a compromise in the senate. lawmakers allowing more on a bipartisan plan to block people on the no fly list.
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>> let us not miss the opportunity to make a difference. >> reporter: now backing high profile backers. general pa trayiotrayious and s crystal. >> reporter: it still doesn't have the 60 votes to pass in the senate and even if it were to pass the republican house remains unlikely to go along. >> let's take a turn now and get the rest of al's forecast. >> right now the mid-atlantic states seeing showers. we see that horrible flooding going on in west virginia. we are going to be watching over the next 12 hours or so as the storms intensify moving over the carolinas, could see more flooding, and tomorrow it slides to the south. look for the threat mostly along
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the south eastern coast. more hail up to 1-inch diameter, also a system coming out of the temperatures today will be heating up inland while we will have a break near the coast with more comfortable weather. it's all clear in the south bay. this temperature at 59 with coastal clouds in the peninsula. also 59 and cooler in the north bay. it will be hot there later on this afternoon reaching 90. in the east bay 85, tri-valley reaching into the 90s. upper 80s for the south bay. peninsula expect a high of 80 with breezy winds and 72 in san francisco. and that's your latest weather. >> coming up. what could be the fastest tire change ever. change ever. and who is counting when bee to severe rheumatoid arthritis,
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. a back 7:42 remember this, ben affleck's lengthy rant discussing the deflate gate scandal. nbc joe friar is here with that. >> reporter: it is very clear that he is passionate about foobl like most folks. >> it all started when ben affleck had a thing or two to say about deflate gate. >> it is so bleeping stupid. >> dropping the f-bomb a total of 18 times on a hbo show any given wednesday.
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affleck arguing tom brady's speng went too far. it accused the nfl that under inflated balls uduring a playof game. he explained it in a facebook post. upon reflection 12 expletives probably would have been sufficient. we bostons have been always been known for our subtle subtlety. the interview suggesting affleck was drunk. and incoherent f-bomb machine called him. one fan on twitter asking why is ben affleck having such a hard time talking. even sports radio in boston took affleck to task. >> he looked like he was at least tipsy. >> delined today's request for comment. >> he is not someone who tends
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to hold back. >> he has talked radical islam with bill ma ar. >> he's testified on capitol hill about the crisis in congo. >> i am an american doing my part in a country of people i care about. >> his -- is as strong as his opinions. >> reporter: his conversation with bill simmons was one of his favorite interviews. >> certainly a lot of people talking about it. coming up, did they steal it or not. that court battle over led zeppelin's stairway to heaven. >> and
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ghost busters. ♪ i'm coming. i'm not afraid. not afraid. >> it has already been played nearly 1.2 million times. fall out boys and missy elliot's theme just ruined my childhood. the version by fallout boy is not helping. >> he says the new ghost busterinbuste busterinbusters theme is dorky. keep in mind it was nominated for an academy award. that's a tough act to follow for any artist. what do you think, al? >> i want to hear the whole song, but people have got to get over it. things have got to change.
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good friday morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. as we take a live look at the golden gate bridge. can't even see it right now. visibility low in spots. we have low clouds and fog near the coast. temperaturewise, 56 degrees in livermore and 62 in san jose. mid 50s for most of the bay area our temperatures spread out as we go through the day, staying cool along the coast. 70 in pacifica. gilroy 95. outer sunset 64. 90 in napa. 79 in oakland. brentwood 96. 93 today in dublin. our temperatures will stay hot for the inland valleys as we go into the next several days. even into next week doesn't look like it will catch much of a break as we stay in the 90s and upper 90s in a few spots. let's head over to mike to see what's happening on the roadways. >> dunbarton bridge slow. that's the biggest backup in the bay area.
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westbound 84 jammed. all what it back to 880. earlier issue, the crash over there, that cleared about 20 minutes ago. you had recovery time but speeds show a slow drive. westbound to the north 92 looked better. maybe tougher by the time you get there. to the southwest, it's fine until you get over lawrence expressway. then it jams up. earlier crash around 101 that jammed things up to sunniville. rest of the south looks good. happening now, stocks plunge and currencies broke decades-old records after the united kingdom voted to exit the european union. a new u.s. report reveals how many people have been killed in drone attacks. details on a twitter page right now. >> the rockefeller foundation giving $6 million to help school kids see the musical hamilton.
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. it's 8 clock on today and the british bombshell of voting to leave the eu. what does it mean for our economy? we'll explain. plus changing the face of the team usa, meet the athlete are as she they didn't see me for my religion. they didn't see me for my gender. steven tyler puts the rock
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in rockefeller plaza as he lights up our concert stage. friday, june 24, 2016. ♪ seattle coffee memphis blues >> all the way from austin, texas, to see stephen tyler. >> everybody loves steven tyler. whoo. >> all the way from california to meet my bad boy fantasy husband, steven tyler. >> we don't want to miss it. steven tyler. >> we love steven tyler. >> we love "today" and steven. >> you've got steven tyler right here. >> we're back now, 8:00 on a friday morning. it's the 24th day of june, 2016. we got a great crowd on the plaza. why? we got this guy right here? steven tyler. getting ready to do a konser.
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at the 8:30 half hour. you've been out here awhile. you even signed some guy's forehead right here. >> dylan and i are dying. you kind of blessed our babies. we got the bump touch. it was awesome. >> and live is pregnant, too. up with more week or two she's going to have a baby. >> you're going to be a grandfather, again. >> again. >> sit true you walked over here from the hotel this morning. >> i did. >> you raise any eyebrows. >> i walk really fast. >> you did. it's great to have you here. we can't wait to listen to some new music and old music. >> as you walk this way? >> yeah, i know. all right, by the way, we have steven tyler coming up. more great music in the weeks ahead. rachel platten who burst on the scene are fight song. >> on july 8th, we'll all be in
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stitches when shawn mendes stops by. and so excited. july 22nd wurngs of t, one of t most beloved singer, celine dion is here. >> but it's all about steven tyler here this morning. let's go inside and get a check of the top stories from craig melvin in for natalie. european union.
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it's the breakup of the uk. craig? >> bill, thank you. as britain was voting to leave the european union, donald arriving in scotland on business.
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he applauded the move, which he's publicly supported. we're following trump overseas. taky tur is there. >> reporter: donald trump opened his press conference by talking about his golf resort. when he finally moved on to brexit, he said it would be a good thing if the british pound dropped because more tourists would come to his golf course. he mentioned his german friends, who say they don't like the idea of refugees coming into their country. he congratulated british voters for taking back their country, as well. and did say he believe there is are parallels between what is going on in the uk and the sentiment back in the states. >> i really do see parallel between what's happening in the united states and what's happening here. people want to see borders. they don't necessarily want
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people pouring into their country. that they don't know who they are and where they come from. they have no idea. >> reporter: it's ironic because donald trump said all this while he was standing in scotland, one of the few places that voted overwhelmingly to stay in the european union. as for david cameron, donald trump called him a good man who just misread the mood of his country. >> katy tur, thank you. back here, bernie sanders revealed he'll vote for hillary clinton in november. he was asked if he'll vote for his party rival. he said yes. the vermont senator has yet to formally end his own campaign for the nomination. hundreds of people spent the night stranded in a shopping mall in west virginia after flood waters badly damaged a bridge connecting to the main road there. the area was pounded by eight inches of rain thursday, causing the cherry river to overflow.
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several houses were swept off their foundations. one of them, you can see it there, while on fire. at least three deaths are blamed on the storm so far. the u.s. marines have confirmed that one of the six men that took part in the iconic flag raising at iwo jima, has been misidentified for years. harold shoults should have been listed among the men. he died i eagles.
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mavis staples as well. >> craig, thank you. and coming up, a bottle of blue? will this oddly colored wine become the drink of the summer? and a from pop star to change of heart. and the great steven tyler, live in concert on the plaza. but first, these messages. "grumbily, grumbily, grumbily"? why is it all (mimics a stomach grumble) no more questions for you! ooph, that milk in your cereal was messing with you, wasn't it? yeah, happens to more people than you think... try lactaid, it's real milk, without that annoying lactose.
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never watching this again. >> then there was the day steven tyler signed a guy's head. >> we're back, 8:12. time for what's trending today. we like to keep you updated on the latest trends. a bit of a public service we provide. here's a trend sweeping the web. some entrepreneurs in spain partnered with the government and university. is it mouthwash? window clean sner, no, it's blue wine. a mix of red and whites. it's sweet. you serve it chilled. why is it blue? it contains a pigment in grape skins. right now, it's available only in spain. the makers are trying to bring to it the u.s. it sells for about 11 bucks a bottle. are we into it? >> no. >> why not? >> i don't like drinking window cleaner. >> it's a fun color. >> it looks like a capri sun in the glass. >> i'm still trying to get over the move to screw-on tops.
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>> it's supposed to keep it fresher. >> you're a wine purist, are you? what's something you can do in two seconds or less. careful. >> uh-oh. >> careful, careful. how about this. you think you could change a tire? this is the world's fastest tire change. not one. all four of this race car's tired changed in 1.92 seconds. take a look. just watch. good-bye. >> wow. >> come on! >> let's see it again. here from a different angle. pulls in. the team, tires off, tires on, good-bye. >> that's amazing. >> that's crazy. >> is there no double check to make sure it's tight? >> the driver doesn't go, could you recheck that please? if you're keeping score, the previous world record, 2.05 seconds. >> i probably shouldn't admit this. i only read about it. i actually thought it was one
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guy going around each tire. i'm sorry. i know. i'm sorry. i know. i know. that's why when you said, i was like, 1.92 seconds? how did he get all the way snarnd. >> like the flash didn't have anything to do that day. >> i shouldn't. i shouldn't. can we rewind the tape? >> you admitted it. that makes you so endearing. hard not to become friendly with your co-workers. is that a good idea? some reasons you may want to think twice, matt, you be quiet. three reasons, you're more likely to bend the rules for a friend at work. you may feel comfortable sharing confidential information. like feeling that we had a trust situation here where i could tell you how stupid i am. finally, you might overlook problems that could get flagged. i like being friend es at work. >> i married my camera man. so. >> that's a whole other story.
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>> that was beneficial. >> all right, who is the most -- this is a question -- you didn't wait for the question. who is the moex tech savvy person at the table? >> this guy. >> mr. roker. making waves on snapchat. from one of the the world's most famous addresses. take a look. >> hey, snapchatters, look that. the "today" show pickup truck. we're taking it on the road. where is the goat? >> al at the white house on thursday. helping with first lady with the garden initiative. he took over the snapchat account. how was it? >> it's never been the same. they actually went to neg vativ viewers. >> i love that truck. is there they've given us fruits and vegetables and seeds to take, take it around the country to try to help people get the gardens going. >> first lady snapchat
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connecticut, michelleobama, one word. now to adele. and busted, shaquille o'neal. first to adele. she was here in matt and savannah. she promised her latest album, 5, would be available on streaming services some time in the future? she's a woman on her word. that day is today. this morning, "25" hits spotify, apple music, am zazon and tidal. next, to selma blair offering gratitude to fans after a tough week. on monday, she was reportedly removed from a stretcher by plane. she admitted mixing alcohol and
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medication. she celebrated her birthday with her 4-year-old son, arthur. she wrote, a sincere thank you to all those who sent me the spirit of loving and forgiveness. finally, the video that move proves you can't sneak anything past shack kequille o'neal. shaq knew what was going on. making a face right at the camera. he did smile for the photo. but that face says it all. that's your "pop start." >> it's a better picture. a check of the weather? >> let's show you what e we got going -- what we've got going on. i guess i got to come off the chair a little slower. any way, you can see we have more wet weather and severe weather off the mid-atlantic states. a system out of the pacific northwest that will cause severe
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weather. into the midwest. we get into the weekend. look at the temperatures. 100s. temperatures in the 110s. 90s from the plains to the gulf coast. and the southeast as well. for today we do have that risk of strong storms making their way into the mid-atlantic states. also, up through the northern plains. high surf advisories. clouds are slowly clearing out near the coast and we've got sunshine for the inland valleys right now. it's 57 degrees in san francisco in the east bay, 59 degrees in the peninsula. as we go into the afternoon, it all clears out for a sunny day and mild temperatures in san francisco, up to 72 degrees. east bay will be up to 85 degrees and some 90s for the tri-valley as well as the north bay. getting close to the south bay, a high of 79 degrees and low 80s for the peninsula. into the weekend, expect more high heat for the valley.
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>> and that's your latest weather. matt? ♪ >> announcer: "today's" olympic spot light is sponsored by mini. proud sponsor of athletes defying labels. the music says it all. the olympic clock is ticking. we're 42 days away. >> craig visited an athlete who is challenging stereo types. >> she sure is. with a great smile and a personality to match, no surprise that she has become one of the faces of team usa. but the road to rio has not been easy. the injury, a torn ligament in her hand that kept her off the squad four years ago. something else that has not always made things easy for her. her faith, as a devout muslim. the road to becoming the most famous fencer in america -- started on an afternoon drive in
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maplewood, new jersey. from an interceptisection, 12-year-old imtahar could see something. >> all my mom saw was that they had on long jacket. long pants on. they had these masks on their heads. she's like, i don't know what that is, but when you get to high school, i want you the try it out. >> reporter: growing up, she played volleyball and basketball. team uniforms were a challenge. >> it fit into my life. once i had my uniform on, my mask went on, people didn't see me for my race, religion, gender. >> reporter: now, the 30-year-old is weeks away from making olympic history. she'll be the first u.s. athlete in the olympics wearing a hajjah. >> the new face for team usa.
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>> mrs. obama was awesome. i would teach her fencing any time. >> reporter: but the road has not been easy. then -- >> it was tough to hear people say i don't belong in fencing because i'm plaque. or because i'm muslim. i struggled with that as a kid. >> reporter: and still today. >> just last week, we us walking with with my teammate, man told me i looked suspicious. he started asking me if i was going to blow something up. >> reporter: mentors and trainers have guided her. spl she's a highly, highly competitive person. >> sometimes i'm too hard. i tell her, i do it because i love you. she's risen up cream of the crop to the top of the world. >> reporter: but her family has always been the foundation. ? she's already a gold medical winner. whether she goes there and comes back with nothing, she's still a champ to me. >> it's agonizing as a parent. but it's like you watch your kid
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get up and fall down trying to walk. get up and fall down trying to walk. when they finally can walk on their own, it's like -- >> reporter: ibtihaj will make her way to rio next month. before, a quick lesson for me. what can i -- i thought you were wearing a shield. >> no, that's abs. those are abs. pull them towards each other. >> reporter: like so? my head's massive. i know. >> no, no, you're good. how's it feel? >> reporter: i feel safe. >> if cow take a step back, left foot, right foot, that's a retreat. if you take a step forward, right foot, left foot, it's an advance. don't split your pants. >> reporter: da, da, da. >> that's a point. you have one. i probably have ten by now.
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>> reporter: i appreciate you going easy on me. >> thanks for visiting. >> reporter: thanks for having me. she's as funny as she is fooers. when she's not rain training for gold, she spends her time running the clothing line she started. as a muslim woman, it was hard to find modest, fashl, and reasonably priced clothing. she also said she's interested in this. as well. >> oh. cool. spl she certainly could do that. >> she's sassy. i like that. >> oh, she's quite sassy. >> you should take a sip of your coffee and like in the cartoons, it comes out of all the holes. >> the road to rio for u.s. women's gymnastic team is heating up as well. watch the ranch tonight at 8:00 p.m. eastern. followed by the usa gymnastics championships right here on nbc. we have a huge crowd out
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here for this man. steven tyler. >> just smelling the roses. >> i love this. our big concert from him is coming up right after our local news. i'm
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=vo= san anciscs bike alition is calling for improementto a very good morning to you. it is 8:26. i'm laura garcia-cannon. san francisco's bike coalition is calling for improvements to city streets after two cyclists were killed this week. they're asking to slow down traffic. it follows wednesday night's accident. a woman was killed when a driver ran a red light and another woman was killed while riding her bike in golden gate park. she was struck by a driver in a stolen car. police are asking for help in finding the driver who hit the woman in golden gate park. let's check the friday morning commute with mike. >> laura, we're looking at a view of the bay, and it's a smooth drive for most of the bay, but we continue to follow this issue west 84th. this is the dumbarton bridge, about 45 minutes ago a crash cleared at bay front expressway and university. still have recovery, so about halfway across the span you're
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still jammed up from the newark side. once you reach the high-rise, clearer sailing towards the peninsula. san mateo bridge and 287 good options for you. northbound 280, a crash off the 101 interchange causing a little slowing. that's it for the south bay. the bay bridge toll plaza, look at this. metering lights went off at 7:55, traffic still light at the bridge here. still slow through berkeley out of richmond, though. back to you. >> thank you for joining us. we'll be back with another local news update in about half an hour. have a great friday morning and a fantastic weekend as well.
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. ♪ dream on, dream on it is 8:30 we have steven tyler ready to grace us with a live concert. people have been hear since the crack of dawn. >> a lady with a sign that says "walk this way" with an arrow. >> let's look at the weekend out look starting with storm beautiful day in the northeast, admit add land tick states. beautiful weather in the pacific northwest.
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the heat is back fl the west as well into the southwest as we head into sunday, again another fabulous day into new england, west coast looking fantastic, some wet weather making its way through the desert southwest and some low clouds in san francisco. you can barely see the golden gate bridge there. that will help keep the temperatures down in the city and also right along the coastline today. but the inland areas already starting to warm up. we're at 62 degrees in san jose and expecting a high today in gilroy up to 95 degrees. pacifica 70 degrees. at&t park also 70, while napa's at 90. 79 in oakland. and dublin today, a high of 93 degrees and more heat this weekend. that is your latest weather. dylan. >> thank you.
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the sister life of secret pets, there's a way to get ready: it is called pet moji. you can create your own animal choosing everything from the eyes, nose and ears, we made a few of our beloved pets. we have al's dog pepper and my dog boss co-. you can download the app for free. we want to see yours on i'm excited for it. >> steven tyler is rock and roll royalty. enough said. but he's also trying something new for his first solo album. we're all somebody from somewhere. take a look.
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♪ some hot mama >> steven tyler one of most successful rock bands in history aerosmith, has sold over 150 million albums worldwide. but now the man known for his powerhou hispowerhouhis powerhouse vocals, acrobatic stage presence has gone country. >> steven tyler is a rock 'n' roll icon and one of the last of his breed. he's making a move to country on the record. it's actually not that weird. his voice stillen sounds as powerful. >> his first country single love is your name reached number one on billboard country charts and
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his highly anticipated solo album will be released next week. but this morning strap on your boots as steven tyler takes over our plaza and he makes his way into our studio in grand style as always. steven tyler how are you? >> they're going to put me in the movies. do you believe these girls? >> you had an escort? >> i had to do it. >> you need an escort and a chaperon. >> i know. >> how you doing. >> great. >> what's going on? >> who is that? >> who is steven tyler the country is star. that's the question. >> i remember changing my name because nobody could pronounce tolirico and i said maybe tyler
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works. >> i remember one time you said to me i love country music. >> yeah. >> when did you decide to scratch the itch? >> well, i was doing a show in l.a. for music heirs, and -- came up and said oddly enough i want to do a country record with the eb earearly brothers, but m in and loved the town and the rest is history. >> when you were growing up did you have a favorite country star? it's not all that popular up there. >> when i was a kid i had a tiny radio. i got this radio shows wowo in fort wayne, indiana.
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it was the first time i got those feelings inside for music and just in touch with myself on it. in a sexual way in a life giving way then i heardthe eb earearly brothers. >> but when you went on to aerosmith did you think about this voice that has made me so famous will work well in country? >> we would do things like "cryin," that's country. wrote it with taylor roeds down in nashville. there was a time when i was so brokenhearted. my voice is all warming up here today. so it was already there. yeah, it wasn't a stretch. what was a stretch was going there and seeing what i could get.
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who could i write with. >> my favorite country song is he stopped loving her today. what makes your favorite country song? >> the trauth. being a dog or there's a twist and that's what i love. i'm a country boy. i'm from new hampshire four months every summer -- three months every summer. >> you're going out on a limb tour. do you feel a little out on the limb without the guys from aerosmith with you? >> always. yeah, i love my band. and we're going to south america, but this new experience is has been i've got 15 great new songs i can. >> why don't we give the folks outside a chance to hear it.
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you want to be escorted out the way you came in? >> yes. >> ladies take him. this is first on today nbc. >>. ♪ there was a time when i was so
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the citi concert series is presented to you by citi. >> we just spoke to steven tyler moments ago and we are so excited to get a taste of his new sound. let's not wait any longer, so ladies and gentlemen, mr. steven tyler. [ cheers and applause ]
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♪ there was a time when i was so brokenheart sobrokenhearts sobrokenhearted. love wasn't much of a friend of mine ♪ ♪ the tables have turned because me and are ways aparted ♪ ♪ all i want is someone to care ♪ ♪ i know i need you with a kiss ♪ ♪ i was crying when i met you now i'm dying to forget you ♪ ♪ your love was sweet misery ♪ was trying just to get you now i'm dying cause i met you ♪
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♪ do what you do down to me, baby ♪ ♪ there's no breathing room ♪ trying to make it now but you're driving me insane ♪ ♪ this guy like me, i've got to tell you one thing ♪ ♪ it's been on my mind, girl i gotta say ♪ ♪ partners in crime, you got that certain something ♪ ♪ what you do to me takes my breath away ♪ ♪ now word out on the street is the devil is in our kiss ♪ ♪ -- can't resist
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♪ was crying when i met you now i'm trying to forget you ♪ ♪ you're love was sweet misery ♪ ♪ was trying to forget you, now i'm dying cause i let you ♪ ♪ do what you done to me baby ♪ ♪ cause what you got to say ain't no love's mistake ♪ till you give your heart away ♪ ♪ was crying when i met you now i'm trying to forget you ♪
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♪ you're love was sweet misery ♪ ♪ was trying just to get you, now i'm dying to forget you ♪ ♪ do what you, do, baby, baby, baby, baby, woohoo ♪ [ cheers and applause [ cheers and applause ] >> staeven tyler is just gettin warmed up. more from our citi
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♪ bang bang baby like the 4th of july. we're back july 15th mark
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that down. now here he is performing the title track. ladies and gentlemen, steven tyler. [ cheers and applause ] we'"we're all somebody from somewhere" what? come on come on ♪ -- in new york city ♪ from that fine red wine from the vine and memphis wine. there's a stories like me and you ♪ ♪ give me some love
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♪ some white yellow wine ♪ we're all somebody from somewhere ♪ ♪ yeah ♪ hollywood to new orleans filet mignon to black eyed peas and corn bread, i love that ♪ ♪ everybody from somewhere ♪ some red yellow white, red ♪ we're all somebody from somewhere ♪
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♪ yeah ♪ ow ♪ ♪ ♪ come on ♪ woo ♪ what you say? ♪ ♪ we're all somebody from somewhere ♪ ♪ some big some little ♪ we're all somebody from somewhere ♪ ♪ some big some little some -- ♪ ♪ some white some yellow some red ♪ ♪ we're all somebody from somewhere ♪ ♪ yeah, we're all somebody from
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somewhere ♪ ♪ give me some love [ cheers and applause ] >> steven tyler on a friday morning. more music ahead but first this is today on
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and we are back with one more song from the one and only steven tyler.
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♪ ooh, ooh ♪ how y'all doing? ♪ come on, come on ♪ didn't i make you feel ♪ like you were the only girl ♪ yeah ♪ didn't i give you every thing a man possibly could ♪ ♪ honey you know i did ♪ but each time it comes on me again ♪ ♪ i want you to come on, come on, come on, come on ♪ ♪ and take i ♪ take a little piece of my
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party baby baby ♪ ♪ have another piece of my heart now baby ♪ ♪ you know you did it. it makes you feel good ♪ ♪ oh, yes it did. oh, yes it did ♪ ♪ when you're out on the street looking good, baby in your haertd you know it ain't right ♪ ♪ baby, baby, baby, hear me when i call your name and i call it every night ♪ ♪ each time i tell myself that i can't stand the pain, i hold you near my heart and then i lose my pain ♪ ♪ want you to hold on and come on ♪ ♪ and take another piece of my
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heart now ♪ ♪ break another piece of my heart baby baby baby ♪ ♪ break another piece of my heart baby ♪ ♪ you know you got it if it makes you feel good ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ooh, ooh, ahh, ahh ♪ come on ♪ what
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♪ come on ♪ take another piece of my heart ♪ break break another piece of my heart ♪ ♪ take another piece of my heart now baby ♪ ♪ you know you got it. yeah, yeah ♪ ♪ yeah, another piece of my heart now baby ♪ ♪ break another piece of my heart baby ♪ m ♪ yeah, another piece of my heart ♪ ♪ you know you got it, it makes you feel good ♪ ♪ yes, it did. oh, yeah ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] gl thank you so much. more from steven tyler and more summer concert series. don't ferlgt his tour kicks off july 2 at the 53 neegs in las vegas. we're back at your local news. i ==take vo==pride weend- starts . a good friday morning at 8:56. i'm sam brock. pride weekend starts today. thousands of people are going to hit the streets of san francisco for the first event, the transmarch. they are going to notice added security out there, of course, in the wake of the mass shooting in orlando. san francisco police tell us that there are no known threats this weekend, but given what happened, what transpired at pulse nightclub, law enforcement is taking extra precautions. and to honor the 49 people
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killed, volunteers will call 49 memorial boards with the victims' faces and names during sunday's parade. >> we can't stop celebrating because we're still being killed. that's the reason we're celebrating, because we refuse to let you make us sad. the city's police department will be deploying 25% more officers this year to help keep the streets safe. happening right now on our website, you can get a full list of all of the gay pride festivities happening in san francisco this weekend. we've posted the schedule on also going on right now, a fast-moving wildfire is destroying homes in the central valley in kern county, threatening lives. up-to-the-minute updates on our twitter page.
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this morning on today's take our buddy christian slater from the hit show mr. robot. then be very afraid shark week is back. we have a sneak peek. and if it walks like a duck and talks like a duck it must be the duct tape festival. all that and more coming up. >> from nbc news this is today's take with al roker, willie geist and tamron hall all from studio a in rockefeller plaza. >> welcome, it is a friday morning and a special day, steven tyler is wrapping up the set on june 24, 2016.
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inside studio 1 a i'm here with dylan and al. walk this way, that groundbreaking collaboration between aerosmith and run dmc. >> how does he still get that voice up there? >> after all those years of doing it? how does it not pop out of your chest? >> and he's got the look and the fingernails and the hair. >> and he smells great. >> he smells fresh. >> steven tyler. >> i don't know if it's a fresh soap or whatever. >> it was quite delightful. >> do you have his picture? >> he was rubbing dylan's tummy. >> that's for good luck. >> oh, you got that in there.
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if you watched at 8:30 this happened, but i need to like hide my excitement more. >> there was that fine moment but no, he does smell good. >> speaking of exciting moment, al roker we have our ghost bu busters theme song. we grew up on it. there it is. ♪ something strange in your neighborhood ♪ >> there's a new ghost busters coming out the new version from fall outb boy and missy elliot. ♪ who can you call? ♪ ghost busters. >> i don't mind it. >> i think it will grow on you, so it has been down loaded like
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1.5 times and shocker twitter had mixed reviews, i don't think a lot of folks aren't going to be happy unless this is frame for frame, with the original cast, original music. and that's not the point. >> the nitpicking from this movie from the beginning has been unreel. who's in the cast. i don't like her i don't like him. >> how about you go see it before you goat aet all worked about it. how about this? get a life. >> i read something that said the original song is dorky, that's what it is. it is a song about ghost busters. >> yeah, it's not science, it's not really science, it's a comedy, so wait till july 15th when the movie comes up.
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until then, live your life and go on. you know who we need here to talk about this is ben affleck. >> he would defend it just as he defended tom brady. he's a die hard patriots fan. he was on the bill simmons show, they started talking a about the deflate gate. >> it's so bleeping stupid. i talked to profootball players across the board they think it is bleep. >> he's on hbo he's a grown man and can say whatever he wants. >> i've experienced it myself. that is the conversation around every new england dinner table over deflate gate.
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i may have said a few things myself. >> he did the same thing inside the actor studio. >> he gets worked up. [ laughter ] >> i have to tell you i watched that show live and i was laughing because i had the exact same conversation with my cab driver. i greed with everything ben affleck said, i didn't agree with everything ben affleck said, but and the cab driver is still talking about it. i tried to excerpt something the cab driver said but i can't use his words either. posting on reflection 12 expletives probably would have been sufficient. we boston fans have been known for our subtle subtlety. >> some folks say he might have been a little tipsy perhaps. >> i didn't see that. i just thought he was worked up
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about his team. >> yeah, because if you see him get worked up on other shows, your boston accent comes out. >> they're just jealous of tom brady that's the problem. yeah, that's what the cab driver said, not so many wards, they're all jealous of tom. >> i'm sure the new england holidays the table will be fired up with this. do you have a plan with your families versus the inlaws? >> i think one time we go to our house next year we go to christi christina's family. >> because they lived in georgia we kind of got a little bit of a pass on that, which she reminded me of. you know i have to put up with your family every holiday. the least you could do.
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>> it has to do with the spouse and not so much the inlaws. a woman asked is there a polite way to remind my inlaws that i have a family too. basically the response is it's not just with the inlaws b but s how your husband or wife -- >> they have to support you. >> i have family up in boston, and down in new jersey, do you spend time with your mom, your dad, go somewhere else? >> we are blessed because your families are all about 30 minutes at each other, so we can do christmas morning at one house and then christmas eve the
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other day. >> i hope it gets easier after the baby. >> no, no, that's what happens it gets harder. >> we have to try to figure this out. but the important thing is to do it ahead of time. >> that's true. >> so you kind of ma lay expectations early and if you say this is what we're going to do then you kind of move on. >> it is tricky when you get married because you have life long traditions and you have to give, oh, we're going to your house? i've been doing this my whole life because it's christmas eve. >> that's right. how about friday fish bowl? wait a minute. are you pregnant. >> please be embarrassing. >> what song always gives you goosebumps? >> oh, that's hard i can't think of a song right now off the top
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of my head. >> what about a steven tyler song. >> matt, george jones, that song does give me chills. >> dancing with my father by luther van droze. >> if you could meet anyone in time who would it be? >> that's easy jesus christ. >> you're going way back. >> who would you call for bail money? >> that's a great question. like who's that one phone call? >> my brother chris. >> because there would be no judgment. >> right. exactly. >> if you could eliminate one thing from your schedule, what could would it be an why? these are hard ones. >> pass. pass. >> i don't like my schedule. >> would you rather be invisible
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or be able to read minds. i think both of these are so creepy neither one. i guess invisible. >> knowing what people are thinking, you don't want to get up in there. don't get all up in there. >> what quote can you recite by heart? >> we're going to need a bigger boat. >> putting contacts in. >> a retro answer. >> i wasn't listening to anything you guys are saying. >> yeah i kind of hate putting my contacts in. >> where so if you were just tuning in like 20 minutes ago, dylan pulled a question out of the bowl. >> if we could have read your mind. that would have been fantastic. >> okay then, let's show you what we have going on. it has been a crazy wildfire stn. right now we have a number burning out of control in california just across the
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sbri entire country we have had on average the biggest amount we have had 1.2 million in 2012, look at 2016, fire season is not over and almost 2 million acres burned and more coming. red flag warnings for much of southern california with relative humidity as low as 8 to 10%. and no break from the temperature. from the east to southeast temperature way above average, orlando going to be up to 97 and chicago 91 on sunday. 97 in tulsa, we are looking at slightly warmer temperatures today than yesterday. we start with clouds near the coast in the peninsula and parts
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of san francisco. into today it will be warming up for the inland areas and nice and mild with a high of 72. 85 in the east bay and 80 degrees and upper 80s for the south bay while the trivalley and the north bay tops out in the 90s. mostly sunny and into the weekend with most hot valley weather. and that is your latest weather. you know him, you love him and he's a good pal of our program. here he is mr. christian slater. good to see you. >> good to see you my friends. >> everybody likes my shoes. >> hey, i like those shoes. >> good morning. good morning. >> we have got the shoe game going on. going on. >> we're going to get ♪ headache? motrin helps you be an unstoppable "let's rock this" kind of mom. back pain? motrin helps you be a... "side planking, even though you'll feel it later" kind of woman.
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back now with our good friend christian slater premiering in mr. row boat. a cybersecurity engineer by day and hacker by night. >> christian plays mr. robot himself. if you don't want to hear it hit mute for a moment. >> people are looking for the remote control everywhere right now. >> christian, good morning. [ laughter ] >> good morning. >> that's how you do a spoiler alert. >> yeah, everybody should do it that way. >> what can you tell us about this new season? >> the only thing i can tell you about season two is i can't tell you about season two.
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i don't know, it is one of those frustrating shows where you really have to hold your cards very close and sort of keep things to yourself, but i'm very excited about it. >> this kills you because you have a hard time keeping secrets, right? >> am i? i don't know. i'm kind of a locked vault. no, i don't think i can hold out. i did it the first season, so that was a good test. it was a good way to see if it would be possible for me not to let the cat out of the bag. >> we want to congratulate you again for getting the golden globe. >> it was a great night, great experience, got to say hello to a lot of wonderful people, said hello to harrison ford. >> i think this show, you're not going to be able to just jump right in and pick it right up so, you would suggest even if
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you have seen the first season go back and watch the first season again because there's probably things you missed the first time around. >> that's certainly true, it is not a multitasking type of show, thes a show that you have to pay some close attention to and particularly i think even more with season two. these writers are pretty extraordinary and there are moments in this show that if you like freeze frame a still from the episode, you can actually go in there, scan the screen and it will give you some kind of clue as to what's actually going on. >> wow. >> so it is a lot of attention to detail. >> i'll give the spoiler -- no, here is what is going to happen. we are going to get inundated on twitter. >> here is all i'm saying this is from season one, may i feel free to talk about this. >> sure. >> i'll speak in vagus terms about it. something on this show is not
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what we thought it was. >> something about you. >> something about you -- in fact a lot about you is not real. >> you're not even here right now. >> no, this is all just an illusion. >> is it part of your imagination? >> it is not only a show about technical things but really is a show about this young man elliot aldr son's psychological journey and feelings of isolation and loneliness and out of those feelings somebody he really loves and cares about begins to materialize. >> that's good. >> that's great. >> i worked until like 2:00 a.m. last night and was somehow able to formulate that sentence. >> closing my eyes and listening to your voice. >> oh, thanks. >> it's apex on archer fx series archer, slart playi -- slater
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playing cia agent. >> their show just got picked up for season eight, nine, ten, 11, 12, so they're happy. >> question for you greatest christian slater movie of all time, what's your favorite? >> there's a movie i did a long time ago called broken arrow. >> gleaming the cube. >> heathers. >> yeah, that's it. >> thanks, willie. >> thank you so much. >> good morning. >> okay, mr. robot returns wednesday, july 13th at 10/9 central on usa. not music, not food, say this carefully what a lovely home you have. is this your family? yea, that's my daughter, my son, and that's my...
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i have a resident named joyce, and i said "come to class,bout let's start walking together" and i said "and i bet you money you'll be able to do that senior walk". that day i said "ok it's me and you girl, me and you!" i said "if you need to stop, there's a bench we'll just hang out in the shade." she said "absolutely not! we are going to finish this race!" and we were the last ones in, but you know what? we finished the race. and she goes "desiree, i'll never quit walking. ever" . still to come big weekend ahead. independence movie coming, al, what else is coming back. >> shark week is back. what's in store? we're going to need a bigger screen. >> dylan what's in. >> we sent juliana to the annual duct tape festival. let's just say you can get
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=topvo= brexit---presin t obama ihere i, >> good friday morning. i'm sam brock on the heels of brexit, president obama is talking innovation. the president is at the stanford campus speaking at the global entrepreneurship summit. entrepreneurs and ecosupporters connect at this event created by president obama. innovators are ready to be inspired. >> we will be focusing more on this and i think you will also publish more in africa. >> this summit is focusing on involving women, minorities and
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youth. also a coding camp for kids on stanford campus is preparing if are a possible presidential visit. the coalition is calling for much needed improvement to city streets after two cyclists were killed this week. they are asking to slow down traffic. all of this following wednesday night's accident at seventh and howard. a woman was killed when a driver ran through a red light and another woman died while riding her bike by golden gate park, struck by a driver in a stolen car who crossed over lanes. police are asking for help in finding the driver who hit that woman. it is a warm welcome to your weekend. we will have a look at weather and traffic after the break.
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traffic ck san mateo bridge >> good morning. aim carrie hall. temperatures are starting to warm up and we have a lot of sunshine. coastal clouds and fog in the peninsula. on the other side it's all clear. san francisco clearing out and we have a layer of fog over the
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golden gate bridge and rising up to 72 this afternoon. that's where it will be the most comfortable and warming up for the north bay and the south bay. let's go over to mike for a look at the roadways. >> the rest of the commute is clearing up and it's an easier drive and the bay bridge with no metering lights on. they had that recovery from the early morning, but we will have much delay and coverage with slowing all the way up. >> thank you very much. that's going to do it for us, but another update in just 30 minutes. back to the "today" show.
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health kick to allow healthier food options in all of its stores nationwide. it's devoting more shelf space. 25% of those front checkout displays normally devoted to candy and gum will now have healthy grab and go foods. and a new trend zone will highlight options like paleo foods and vegan snacks, as well. the move follows the company's decision to stop selling cigarettes back in 2014. you can already grab a coffee at your local barnes & noble store but soon you may be able to grab a dmrasz of wine, as well. like to incorporate a bar in the restaurant that will offer wine and beer alongside some food prepared by a chef. tested in several stores across the country starting this fall. that means when you go to barnes & noble and check out one of al roker's dozen cookbooks, you can have a glass of veno. >> i like that the food is
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prepared by a chef. time for a little weather for you. showers through the southeast but the good news is that is going to be moving away and that is great news. let's show you what else is going on as we move our map forward. anthony. our little anthony weatherman. there you go. thank you very much. this is not what we were expecting. anyway, wet weather making its way into the southeast today on into tonight and tomorrow. exactly where you don't want it along the southeastern atlantic coast. we are looking at the threat of strong storms from norfolk to charlotte and charleston. another strong system bringing storms thr as you head out the door, we have coastal clouds and it's clearing out with sunshine and temperatures are starting to warm up. san jose is 64 degrees as we go
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into the rest of the day. livermore is 89 degrees in san jose and low 70s in san francisco and act issa rosa is 89 degrees. cooler along the coast and hot temperatures for the valleys. and that is your latest weather. on today food, we'll wrap up a week of meat free main additions. we decided to come up with a black bean burger. >> never had one of these. >> the trick is, a lot are kind of mushy and they don't have much texture. so i think we've come up with a pretty good plan. first of all, we'll use mushrooms which already has a meaty texture to begin with. avoca avocado, tomato, cooked rice.
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so it will be kind of cool. first you want to take some garlic and onion. i love putting a little -- because this adds some splaflav and text dhur. you saute it until it gets translucent. then you take it off your fire and let it cool down. now, in a food processor, you take some black beans. reserve some on the side. >> are there any poems regarding beans? >> i think it was wadsworth would once wrote beans, bean, a magical food. anyway, you take whatever mushrooms you happen to like and you pulse a little bit. >> completely? >> just get a little chunky. you take also this, once it's cooled down, you put it in there, as well. so you get it to this
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consistency. and then you add some beans, some whole beans. and then you can actually -- is in to. you save the garlic and onion mixture. you also add one whole egg. a binder. and then what you also will combine, some leftover brown rice or white rice if you want, whole beat bread crumbs. >> i was wondering why they looked so dark. >> you can do whatever. also cumin, salt and pepper. you pour that all in. and then you basically mix it up. >> is this when you go in with your hands? >> you could go in with your hands. then people say you didn't wash your hands before on twitter and everybody is whining. >> so hence the wooden spoon. >> you're not in a body suit, you're not wearing a hazmat suit. you'll take that and put it in the fridge about 30 minutes to an hour. once it gets chilled, you form yourself some nice hamburger
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patties. nice big meaty patties. the difference, this is a two step cooking process. you take your pattie, put it into a pan. you can do these on the grill, but you'll need one of those grill kind of like pans. because this will stick to the grill grate and then fall through and everybody will complain. so you put it in. and you cook it for about five minutes per side. >> does that cook it all the way lieu? >> does not quite cook it all the way through. do we have any in here? no. they're not in here. they're already out. so you cook them on both sides. you put them in the oven to about 30 minutes at about 300 degrees. and that should cook it through. and then you have this burger pattie that has a terrific texture. >> it actually holds together really well. >> and then you can do whatever you'd like as far as your condiments. you have your lettuce, your tomato, avocado. i also like to make -- >> what's that?
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>> siracha is a big thing. if you don't like spicy, you can cut back. >> i've nevered had it. i know. everybody has been talking about it and i'm like what is this spice. >> what is this spice that they speak of? you mix it up. if you like things a little sweeter, you could add relish and also sweetened condensed milk and you get a nice thick consistency. what would you like on your burger? >> i definitely want to try this. i like that. i like everything. >> all right. a little tomato. and a little of that. all right. and then also as a side -- >> oh, that is spicy. it just caught me in the back of the throat. >> and you just slice up some sweet potatoes, toss them with a little olive oil.
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a little salt. >> so the healthy version of sweet potato fries. >> exactly. you put it on your pan, your single layer. put them in the oven at about # 400 degrees for 30 minutes. >> i've been snacking on these. >> take a little bite, tell us what you think. >> it's nice and warm. >> while you're doing that, we want to tell you about a food club member standout, cheyenne made a delicious white chocolate covered strawberry milk shake. for that recipe and more, go to >> this is delicious. that has a lot of flavor. still ahead, more than 60,000 people turned out for the annual duct tape festival. annual duct tape festival. she'll show us some annual duct tape festival. she'll show us some i had a wonderful time tonight. me too! call me tomorrow? i'm gonna send a vague text in a couple of days,
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♪ sriracha . mcgaacgyver uses it, some consider it the ultimate power tool. i'm talking about duct tape. >> and we sent our contribut go row an went down to avon, ohio to see it for myself. all right. let's roll the tape. ♪ >> reporter: a celebration since
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2004 the annual duct tape festival draws thousands around the world. this year you can see the pride in sculptures floats and fashion. >> how many rolls of duct tape did it take? >> we spared no expense and probably 90 to 100 rolls of duct tape. >> reporter: it is estimated that nearly 100,000 rolls of duct tape will be used. al, a duct tape slimer. i'm not on this float but i love this hat. >> your hand is up, cupped and you just push the air. are you ready for the parade? push the air. hundreds line the streets to get a glimpse of all creative ways
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duct tape can shine. >> reporter: how many sculptures are at the festival? >> i believe we have about 15, created by the talented students at art institute of cincinnati. we have an empire state building, 25 feet tall weighs 600 pounds. see that little crack? nothing a little duct tape can't fix. >> we had a craft table that everyone got to take with them. >> reporter: finally my pies disresistan piesdisresistan piesdisreese's. you will see some amazing costumes. >> reporter: hey, can i be in the show with you guys?
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>> yes. >> reporter: all right. i need an outfit though. >> juliana vasquez, come on give it a walk, girl. >> reporter: now i had to say a very special thanks to laura smith for creating my outfit and we have so many personalized outfit. al, we even got you a very special roll of tape -- >> it even smells like bacon. [ laughter ] >> this is awesome. i feel like somebody has to try this on. >> my head is so big i promise it won't fit in there. >> dillylan. >> all right. >> that's fantastic. >> thank you so much. >> all right. and it's back.
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will smith does not return, but jeff goldman does return, and the plot is similar to 1996 and aliens come to earth but not without another visual fight. it was not given to u.s. critics and that's usually a bad sign but european critics did see it and they're calling it good -- >> matthew mamaconehey. >> directed by gary ross who directed sea biscuit and shows him based on a true story and
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from everything i'm hearing it's going to make you rethink about what you know about u.s. history. >> turning to shark week, what can we expect on discovery channel? >> it's basically reached a cult like status, beginning this sunday june 26th through july 3rd, game of thrones star lena headley is going to be on there fans are going to be having a lot of fun with this. >> season four premier happening this sunday, leah sh rivriver s in -- they're saying this has all the thrills you want for season four and i think leave is going to give out his a plus on this. jack rico killing the green
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ck oakland 880 expect the morning clouds we have seen in the coastal areas to clear out. we are in for a lot of sunshine today and up to 85 degree in the east bay. we will have warm temperatures in the trivalley. 91 degrees there and 90 in the
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north bay and upper 80s for the south bay. same and mostly mild in san francisco with a lot of sunshine. a high of 72 and the peninsula has a high of 80 degrees with breezy winds and more heat this weekend. let's go over to mike for a look at what's happening on the roadways. >> up by the coliseum and a stalled vehicle. they have back up right now just kicking in over the last 15 minutes. just coming into downtown and no back up at the bay bridge. over here, san mateo and dumbarton. back to you. >> thank you very much. happening right now, stocks plunge and currency break decades old records exit the european union. the brexit is all about what's happening across the world.
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