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tonight, join jimmy and his a lot of it's a hoax." more of a wetter weather guests - thanks, stef! democratic presidential vo: mike bloomberg knows the no more driving that old hand-me-down. pattern. but for right now, as you said, candidate mike bloomberg surprise! embrace it and enjoy it. no, i'm not gonna get a date in this. >> do you think r wearing musical guests, rapsody science and understands thethe featuring pj morton, nation's dirty polluting coal we had a lot of great dates in this car. socks with the white shoes in and the legendary roots crew plants so far. ugh, no. no, ew. miami? >> i would think not, but, jeff, as president, a plan for 80% i'll defer to you. >> questlove: 1197 clean energy by 2028 - >> i'm going to stay out of this. cutting carbon emissions and >> jeff wants no part of this. >> steve: and now, here he is, creating millions of clean >> well, you know what? do you take your shoes off? energy jobs. mike will get it done. jimmy fallon if you're on the sand -- i'm mike bloomberg and >> you have to wear shoes. i approve this message. ♪ it's not summer, terry. [ cheers and applause >> it's not that cold. ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ll been here before. ♪ >> we'll have to text raj. >> see you tomorrow. the conference room. >> raj, socks or no socks? >> jimmy: our first guest the speaker phone. served as the mayor of the missing files. new york city for three terms. not in the room? then you're not in the know. he's the founder and ceo of [ cheers and applause bloomber well, thn we not? candidate for president of the how about we invite everyone you work with, to work together? [ cheers and applause ♪ united states of america be seen, be heard, be there when you're not. ladies and gentlemen, please >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart welcome michael bloomberg. share your files, and your opinion. of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring >> jimmy: oh and maybe even a happy little fruit guy. jimmy [ cheers and applause i love you ♪ when you're ready to unleash the power of your team, hello. welcome, everybody welcome, welcome, welcome to open teams. "the tonight show. i'm so happy you're here [ cheers and applause
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you guys, i'm excited about this former new york city mayor and 2020 presidential candidate mike bloomberg is my guest tonight. [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: thank you so much for being here welcome to "the tonight show." >> well, thank you and good news, i heard if we're good, he's going to give us all before i forget, i watched you $1 billion last night your kobe bryant thing was [ cheers and applause really touching, and i thought long and hard about that that's right >> jimmy: ah >> great guy mike bloomberg is so rich, some >> jimmy: thank you, yeah. >> he must have been a close people might think he's out of friend touch, but i don't think so. >> jimmy: he was great [ light laughter ] i just -- i didn't want to get that emotional, you know backstage he was just hanging to be honest, i don't -- out buying a twix from the but it's just a sad couple of vending machine with days a $1,000 bill. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i really don't like and i just said -- [ laughter ] doing that part of the show, but i'm happy you're here and [ cheers and applause that's right thank you for saying that about mike bloomberg is actually me worth almost $60 billion [ audience oohs yeah -- you were telling me backstage, you actually did mike is so rich, he has two disnlu have a phone call with donald trump >> jimmy: performing "afeni" >> steve: oh, gosh [ laughter ] from her album, "eve," with >> jimmy: that's right >> i did mike bloomberg is so rich, he's after he got elected and before a little help from pj morton, he took office, i wanted to give it up for rapsody the only person to ever buy the $20 scratch-off tickets. be -- he wanted me to know he [ light laughter ] [ cheers and applause ♪ seriously, mike bloomberg is so wanted a call, so i called him rich, he just bought a big screen tv and the extended he was the pres-elect and i warranty don't have an ego, so okay ♪ [ laughter ] who does that? and he asked me what he should bloomberg has already spent over $215 million on his do and i said, "well, you don't campaign know anything about a lot of parts of government. right now, there's basically you've never been in government three things on network before
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television what you need to do is to get late night talk shows, shows some people that have about chicago, and ads for experientr >> ladies and gentlemen, mike bloomberg [ laughter ] dedicated to the memory of miss actually, i have to be careful how i talk about you, at which point he alleged that there weren't any mike bloomberg afeni shakur, and all the if i say "former new york city [ laughter ] strong black women around the mayor" three times, world. rudy giuliani will appear from and then he gave me pr [ cheers and applause a puff of smoke. let me talk to you one time. [ laughter ] "it's show time. didn't bother to write down. ♪ my sis we all cam from a woman all right. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause got our name from a woman ♪ guys, more revelations are ♪ and our gam from a woman coming out from john bolton's new book i wonder why we take from our women ♪ apparently, he was afraid that trump was granting favors to ♪ why we rape our women the leaders of turkey and >> jimmy: i mean, have you do we hate our women china. talked to him since? >> no. now since we all ♪ i'm not saying trump wants this >> jimmy: you haven't talked to him? >> i have not talked to him ♪ my brothers book to disappear, but he just since. >> jimmy: last time you were i love you bought the all the copies and here you were -- i hate to know some of you threw them in jeffrey epstein's >> but i mention him in my treat us like glover ♪ prison cell. commercials. [ laughter ] [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, i heard that ♪ black card revoked mayb i saw that when you were last on our show, you could use discover define yourself do i think you were still mayor and everyone here asked you, you feel the same way ♪ [ cheers and applause begged you to run for ♪ bout your mothe do you overlook ou beauty y >> steve: whoa president, and you said no why are you deciding to run [ applause ] ♪ hope you teach your >> jimmy: since we found out daughters all to now? why now? stay away from sucka about john bolton's book, more >> because i took a look and i like yourself if ♪ and more people want him to testify in the impeachment ♪ you don't love yourself trial. thought the people who aredidn t i'm so souther but some republican senators i was taught to feed the were practical soul with or without hot ♪ don't want to make the trial ♪ ovens here's a plat longer by calling witnesses. we couldn't afford them, and congress wouldn't pass them, know your hate come from they want to wrap it up as quick as possible. and i didn't think they could a black man struggle apparently, they even got their we all in the same shape ♪ ♪ so i know i own excuse generator to come up beat donald trump and i think fit your puzzl with reasons why they can't either way we go the most important thing is to your back we only pray ♪ call witnesses change who's living in the ♪ you'll be our muscl i'll show you how it works strength in the time for instance, when they asked we all overcom rand paul to call witnesses he white house, because as i said with trouble ♪ said - ♪ every day we pullin [ generator sounds ] back in philadelphia in 2016, doubles for our self "not the right guy for the and home my mom an
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"i'm busy putting in my job. daddy taught me early on ♪ ♪ protect your ow curlers. >> jimmy: yeah [ cheers and applause we never stopped [ laughter and applause loving you so turn your love back on ♪ ♪ and i pray you feel the >> steve: well, yeah same way a >> jimmy: next, when they asked i think your strategy -- your that tupac son we ain't your or your ♪ senator tom cotton, he said -- [ generator sounds ] stgy ♪ trophies or meant for pimpin "i'm visiting my girlfriend in recognize a gift from god outweighs ♪ you're not focusing on, like, ♪ a birthday or a christmas to protect our lives next, when they asked new hampshire and iowa and - you gonna take i to the limit ♪ james lankford, he said -- >> well, i entered the race too ♪ rib of our rib do [ generator sounds ] late to really compete in you still feel us ♪ [ cheers and applause "i'm focused on our real enemy, those -- the early four states, ♪ now since we al the sun. came from a woma [ laughter ] got our names from a woman and you have to build a team and our game from a woman ♪ ♪ i wonder why we and there are only a certain take from our wome why we rape our wome number of people you can hire do we hate our women ♪ that would know who to talk to, ♪ now since we al came from a woma next, when they asked and where to go, and where to got our names from a woman have dinner, and what to say and our game from a woman ♪ ben sasse, he said - [ generator sounds ] and the local knowledge. >> jimmy: yeah ♪ i wonder why we "sorry, but i signed up for >> so i just really didn't have take from our wome smile lessons. the chance to enter those four [ laughter ] >> steve: oh early states, but i've spent my why we rape our wome >> jimmy: next when they asked time since then going around do we hate our women ♪ cory gardner, he said -- the country for all the states >> talk to them pj ♪ i don't know wher [ generator sounds ] who are -- and have their i would be ♪ "sorry, but i'm teaching smile ♪ where would elections in march, and so far you be ♪ ♪ if you weren' lessons. here with me ♪ i've been to 24 states and ♪ if i wasn't her with you ♪ [ ughter and applause ♪ if you don't hear and finally, when they asked 56 cities in four or five anybody else sayin if you don't hear nobody say it ♪ mitch mcconnell, he said - [ generator sounds ] ♪ please know you're appreciated you know i "i got to go to the beach to weeks. >> jimmy: wow. appreciate ♪ >> and tonight i'm going to ♪ the way you wal lay eggs." houston. tomorrow, washington way you talk so fine you like the way [ laughter and applause >> steve: wow. i talk ♪ >> jimmy: really ♪ yeah and ooh you go lay eggs >> then california, and a brilliant mind i got a brilliant mind ♪ arizona, and colorado and ♪ there ain't nobody better [ cheers and applause that's before the weekend. there ain't nobody bette
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>> jimmy: wow. each and every one wow. it's a - of you matter to me ♪ [ cheers and applause >> it's pretty big >> jimmy: but trump doesn't seem to be worried about >> jimmy: it's a big job >> right now, we gonna take it john bolton or the impeachment to the west coast. trial. [ applause ] this morning he tweeted, "are you are -- in memory of tupac shakur, you better off now than you were three years ago nipsey hussle, and the >> for me to ask other people almost everyone say 'yes.' for money is ridiculous. legendary kobe bryant. [ laughter ] yeah [ laughter ] >> announcer: this really i mean, let's get serious here [ cheers and applause happened [ laughter ] also, i didn't take any money ♪ to my sisters when i was running for mayor i know we on i i feel your pain three times. i'm a woman disappointed ♪ >> jimmy: the president asked, i want people to understand "are you better off now than that my integrity's everything ♪ they should never tak what's never given to them you were three years ago almost everyone say 'yes.' you cannot buy me and people say, "well, if everybody just cause they want it i was taught if you ♪ ♪ love me you would [ laughter ] gives $1," but it just sets the never cut the corner right -- what we made in th then trump was like, "can i get i think it sets the right tone to say i'm not taking anything night we got a raise ♪ ♪ in the mornin a 'mostly hell yeah?'" >> steve: ish. from anybody, and unfortunately, the democratic this is sucker homie warning you should never [ laughter ] hit a woman ♪ ♪ we should have some party has rules you can't be in things in common the debates unless you have just like common he respect us ♪ ♪ a law is not a lectur >> jimmy: when i say "donald," how you love u most of you guys say "trump. it affect us ♪ ♪ $200 thousand or $2 million, ♪ i ain't playing the middle like nadesk [ laughter ] whatever it is, donors, and i it ain't complex to be but trump is busy. emotional or affectionate ♪ ♪ to my brothers that only have one donor, me. today we finally got to see his do i hope my sisters plan for the middle east don't think less of them it's pretty simple, actually this area will belong to [ laughter ] tupac gone you know ♪ ♪ rap had to message hi israel this area will belong to the >> jimmy: yeah >> if they were to change the tried to d palestinians our best for the and this area will be an all rules, i'd love to debate. >> jimmy: yeah mother panther vibes ♪ you would like to debate ♪ we need strong men so new trump hotel and casino ] >> sure, why not our baby boys surviv >> jimmy: what >> i think it's a good chance yeah i know some to show the public that you can take the grief as well as give statistics lied ♪ it out, and i think i have good ♪ but all the ones that this is very interestingp' didn't yo you got to answers to the kind of do your job ♪ questions that reporters would ♪ i know this son-in-law jared kushner ask you, and some cute remarks life ain't eas every one of us is flawe
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so if it works, the middle east can look back at this moment at least love your woman ♪ and say, "we went to jared." for those that come from the ♪ we the closes [ laughter ] thing to god other candidates and tell her kee >> jimmy: yeah her head up every day ♪ some tv news ♪ that it gets hard last night was an all-new if you truly episode of "the bachelor." recognize that ♪ and the girls were pretty ♪ now since we al you -- these ads that you're running now, you spent i think came from a woma surprised when chris harrison got our names from a woman told them they were going on a i said $240 million or and our game from a woman ♪ a group date to cleveland. ♪ i wonder why we something on ads [ cheers ] take from our wome you're running them, and what why we rape our wome i've read, and seen online and at first they were like, "this do we hate our women ♪ isn't a romantic date, this is stuff is that you pick exactly a layover. [ laughter ] where to air these ads, ♪ i don't know wher i would be where would you be p ♪ ♪ if you weren't here that's right, all the girls went to cleveland. meaning -- this is what i with m and they played football in the heard, and you don't have to browns' stadium. say yes or no. >> yeah. if i weren't her with you baby ♪ >> jimmy: that if donald trump happens to be in washington, ♪ if you don't hear anybody afterwards, half the girls got else say i roses from peter, and the rest there's extra ads in talk to me ♪ ♪ please know you'r got contracts from the browns, washington appreciate [ laughter ] there's -- the way you walk way so - [ laughter ] >> yes, you can do that, but you talk so fine ♪ [ cheers and applause you also have different ads for different parts of the country ♪ the way you wal because different parts of the way you talk and ooh you got a real country have issues that they good min really care about. i got a brilliant mind ♪ ♪ ain't nobody better some more entertainment news >> jimmy: oh there ain't nobody bette i saw that there's a new >> and so it's exactly the same "transformers" movie in the as if you were selling a each and every one works. should be pretty cool. a product. you'd try to target the ads to of you matter to me ♪ if you pay to see the movie, where your likely customers they transform your $12 into ♪ regret [ cheers and applause [ laughter ] are, and there's a whole science about this, and that's what facebook and companies some music news. like that, they sell justin bieber -- you like -- information so you know where you like that? to send your ads, and every >> jimmy: rapsody! company does it and every i like when tariq -- i like campaign does it pj morton. when tariq laughs. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, and you -- i catch rapsody on tour beginning february 4th some music news. think you're getting under his justin bieber just released skin a littlt we'll be right back, everybody
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a ten-part docuseries on [ cheers and applause youtube. i'm trying yeah, you can either watch ten >> jimmy: yeah, he's given you ♪ youtube videos or 4,800 tiktoks. a nickname and once you get that, you're off to the races. we tried to get the politicians [ laughter ] [ laughter ] >> look, if you get under his skin and he comes back at you, and finally, a new study found it's because he thinks that you that children who watch cooking shows eat healthier snacks can beat him >> jimmy: hmm. the study also found children >> i mean, that's what gets him going, and i do think that i who watch gordon ramsay are know how to compete with more likely to throw their mom's risotto and call her a donald trump and beat him, and a stupid donkey. [ laughter and applause what i've got to do is get we have a great show give it up for the roots through the democratic primary [ cheers and applause ♪ so that i have that opportunity. >> jimmy: you're running a a super bowl ad. >> super bowl ad ♪ >> jimmy: yeah, that's a a major -- that's a big deal >> no clydesdales. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, come on. no spoilers, yeah. but what will we see why do a super bowl ad [ cheers and applause >> well, i can't tell you, because if i told you, i'd have >> jimmy: oh, we have a fun show tonight to shoot you, but i wouldn't democratic presidential want - [ laughter ] candidate and former >> jimmy: i appreciate that, thanks >> yeah. new york city mayor [ laughter ] michael bloomberg is here this no, the super bowl, because an evening. >> steve: yeah [ cheers and applause enormous number of people watch it, but also the press writes >> jimmy: deepak chopra is here about the ads in advance tonight. they all know what the ads are >> steve: oh [ cheers and applause because everybody tells them, >> jimmy: and we got great cause you want to get more publicity, and with all the
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music from rapsody featuring people watching and all the pj morton. extra publicity about it, it's worth the money, at least [ cheers and applause that's the argument, but this is an ad that is a very serious guys, like i said, mike bloomberg is my guest ad tonight. and this is very strange it's not about selling corn backstage mike was telling me chips and beer that he received a call earlier >> jimmy: mm-hmm tonight from someone who wanted >> it is a serious ad about an his support. issue that i think the country we actually got the footage. here, take a look. does care about and should care about, and so whether i get elected or not, i want people to understand what we have to do to make this country better [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: well, my new poll >> jimmy: you are -- your numbers are in, and it's not looking good there's only one thing left to numbers are going up do, make cold calls to normal, everyday americans and try to win back their support you're going up in the polls >> yeah. >> jimmy: one recent poll said to deal with the problem. that i think you're polling but they wouldn't. fourth so we took it to the voters >> yeah. >> jimmy: do you pay attention and forced big tobacco to these polls and - to pay its share of healthcare costs. >> a little bit. >> jimmy: congratulations, it's nice when the numbers come re out in your favor. we fought oil companies for new clean air laws when the numbers aren't in your and closed a billion dollar favor, you say the polls don't i'm calling undecided voters corporate tax loophole who are way less rich and way matter to fund public schools. [ laughter ] less successful than me. >> jimmy: yeah, like winning an by going directly to the people emmy yeah we got results. >> exactly right you can't sit there all the [ laughter ] time -- you'll win an emmy, that's not something you see a lot of [ cheers and applause yeah >> jimmy: thank you, man >> if i voted, you'd be in good from washington these days. shape. i'm tom steyer and >> jimmy: thank you. i approve this message.
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i appreciate it. [ laughter ] >> no, but you have to go and let's make change happen. you have to just keep focusing what i'm going to do is try to >> mike bloomberg. visit as many people in as many [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: wait a second. states as i can, answer their the michael bloomberg of bloomberg news and questions, tell them i bloomberg tv think they should vote for me, >> that's right. >> jimmy: and bloomberg med, why i can do the job based on and chicago bloomberg and bloomberg 3: tokyo drift my experience before as mayor. [ laughter ] >> sure, donald. >> jimmy: well, this is fantastic. and if they do, they do, but i was gonna ask you for your you can't sit there and worry vote, but now that i have you about -- the only poll that matters is on the phone, how about i just when everybody goes to the ask you some questions election booth like an interview. even a stable genius like me >> jimmy: yeah >> so we'll see. would like to pick >> jimmy: well, this is mike bloomberg's very smart, interesting, because you were a registered democrat, very huge brain. independent, is that correct [ laughter ] >> you know i'm running against and then republican? >> no, democrat, republican, you right? independent, democrat. >> jimmy: like i said, very i know something about partisan dumb brain politics [ laughter ] teeny, tiny, very small brain. i've been everything [ laughter ] >> jimmy: wow. okay, let's get started. so do you think that there's a why exactly are you running for a way that democrats and president? republicans can work together? >> well, i've joined the race to retn and honesty. >> well, we have to do [ cheers and applause something about it there's two reasons to run for president. one is to replace donald trump, and number two is to pull this country together and we are in the situation -- [ cheers and applause so we can be proud of america
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again. yeah [ cheers and applause and step one is giving you a we're in a situation where nobody talks to each other a new york goodbye anymore and you go to the senate office buildings, they [ cheers and applause won't even sit at the same >> jimmy: whoa, whoa, whoa, table and have lunch unless people talk to each whoa, whoa other, you can't get all the what's a new york goodbye? good ideas and you can't come >> sending you back to queens in a yellow cab while together to change the world so times square elmo flips you that we can all lead a better off. [ cheers and applause life it's a disgrace the way nobody's talking, and somebody's got to pull them together and i think i know how >> jimmy: wow. to do that that's very -- that's very mean, mike i did that in new york very mean, very nasty. [ light laughter ] we had a republican senate, and a democratic house and a city very nasty, very nasty, i'll council that sort of a pretty mixture. tell you [ light laughter ] ♪ i didn't expect that from you. i think in 12 years we got [ cheers and applause very, very nasty virtually every piece of [ light laughter ] legislation we needed anedyou dd next question. what makes you think you'd be >> jimmy: my thanks to a better president than me michael bloomberg, deepak chopra, rapsody, and you can't cheat and use pj morton and the roots right facts. [ laughter ] talking to people, and convincing them, and i >> well, lets see. convinced the republican senate there. i'm a self made businessman, a to pass gay marriage long [ cheers and applause a proven leader and a new york before anybody else had even icon heard of gay marriage and stay tuned for "late night with that's - seth meyers. whereas you just play those thank you for watching have a great night things on tv [ cheers and applause i hope to see you tomorrow [ audience oohs >> jimmy: i want to talk about bye-bye, everybody [ cheers and applause testity ih more of your policy. [ cheers and applause ♪ more with michael bloomberg when we come back, everybody [ cheers and applause ♪ the greatest audience in the world. [ cheers and applause
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>> jimmy: well, i do love new york city mayors i even keep one as a pet good boy [ laughter ] good boy, good boy but anyway, this is the big ♪ leagues, mike. the bigly big leagues, so let me ask, what would you do if you got to sit where i'm sitting? >> well first, i'd wipe the kfc ♪ grease off the seat. [ laughter and applause ♪ [ cheers and applause ♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in maybe take some of those kid rock posters off the walls new york, it's "late night with [ light laughter ] seth meyers. tonight -- lester holt. from "the good place" actor, and then i'd tackle key issues, william jackson harper like climate change and gun director of "jay and silent bob safety and income inequality reboot" filmmaker and actor, [ cheers and applause kevin smith. featuring the 8g band with chris coleman. ♪ which would [ cheers and applause ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers. >> jimmy: wait, i'm gonna have to pay more in taxes >> seth: good evening, i'm seth meyers. >> no, i said billionaires this is "late night. how's everybody doing tonight? [ laughter ] [ audience ohs ] ♪ [ cheers and applause [ cheers and applause wow. that is great to hear. in that case, let's get to the news >> jimmy: that is a low blow, mike the white house said yesterday i'm actually a very successful ♪ that president trump is very, person just like you very happy with his impeachment i've created and run many legal team beautiful businesses and none of them have failed [ light laughter ] they say he only threw the remote because he thought he saw
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a bee. besides the casino >> and the university. >> jimmy: oh, yeah >> and the magazine. >> jimmy: that's right >> and the steaks. >> jimmy: uh-huh >> and the water it's not getting in my way.? i had enough! ♪ >> jimmy: forgot about that one. >> and the board game. joint pain, swelling, tenderness... >> jimmy: i did that >> and the vodka ...much better. >> jimmy: pour one out my psoriasis, clearer... >> and the airline >> jimmy: okay, okay, okay let's change the subject cosentyx works on all of this. i don't like this. [ laughter and applause i don't like this game four years and counting. [ cheers and applause so watch out. i got this! there's one more very perfect, very important question. watch me. real people with active psoriatic arthritis are you watching the super bowl this weekend are feeling real relief with cosentyx. >> yes, i am cosentyx is a different kind of targeted biologic. actually i have a 60 second commercial airing during the it treats the multiple symptoms of psoriatic game arthritis to help you look and feel better. >> jimmy: really me too what's yours about it even helps stop further joint damage. >> it's about an important issue facing our country right now. don't use if you're allergic to cosentyx. and how i can use my experience as a mayor and business leader an increased risk inf fight them may occur. >> jimmy: cool tell your doctor about an infection or symptoms, in my commercial, i get really angry. then i eat a snickers bar and if your inflammatorymp develop or worsen... turn into betty white. [ laughter and applause ...or if you've had a vaccine, or plan to. serious allergic reactions may occur. i just look and feel better. well, it's been a fun i got real relief with cosentyx. interview, mini mike watch me! that's my nickname for you, byhr feel real relief. ask your rheumatologist about cosentyx.
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♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. i'm here with michael bloomberg. [ cheers and applause >> my peeps. >> jimmy: yeah, my peeps you were mayor for 12 years. >> well, it was supposed to be for four and then eight. but somehow or other the law got changed in the middle of the night. i don't know how it happened >> jimmy: oh, my god you know exactly how it happened, yeah >> we had 12 years, yeah >> jimmy: well, you accomplished a lot >> well, everybody says you did more in the third term than the cond, but notrue. it just takes a long time to do big things and so what we delivered in the third term was started in the first or the second term but it just takes a long time to pass laws, and fight legal challenges, and build a constituency and raise the money. and in government where they have these short terms for mayors, a lot of cities have two-year term. it's ridiculous cause they can't get anything done.
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>> jimmy: yeah, i mean, but in those years you got pretty major things done. i mean, no smoking in bars and restaurants. >> nobody ever would have thought -- and that's spread all over europe and asia and latin america. it really is amazing >> jimmy: it was amazing i didn't think that it would work >> well, nobody wanted a a picture when i was walking down the streets anymore but i did get a lot of one-finger waves [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, you certainly did. what do you think your greatest accomplishments were when you were mayor here? >> well, life expectancy in new york city is now three years greater than it was when i came into office and three years greater than national average. so if you think about it, if you have friends anyplace in the country and you want them to live longer, bring them to new york [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: wow, i didn't think about that hurricanes. tornadoes. >> i can't guarantee any one will live three years longer donald trump is making it worse. >> jimmy: yeah >> but if you have enough friends, it will work. >> jimmy: yeah trump:"all of this with the what are your key issues now for your presidential campaign >> well, everybody cares about public health. everybody cares about guns everybody cares about homelessut security, and -- out is the lack of
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consistency in washington. the coming and going an climate change, which could kill us all. >> jimmy: yeah [ cheers and applause what about gun control maybe you can talk a little bit about that >> we -- look, there's a a federal law that says you can't buy a gun if you are a a minor, have psychiatric problems or have a criminal record every gun store basically follows the law. the sales on the internet and sales at gun shows aren't covered because those came after the law was written and nobody's been wig e so what we've got to is have -- n't y a gun in you're a minor. can't buy a gun if you have psychiatric problems can't buy a gun if you have a criminal record. and if you do that you would save a dramatic, large number of lives
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there's 20 states that have already done it. the suicide rate's a lot lower the murder rate's a lot lower in all of those. and the trouble is the other 30 states haven't yet passed it and so that's what you could as president. i think you probably could yououldnational law save -- this year there's going to be 19 thousand suicides with illegal guns and 12 thousand homicides with illegal guns. and you could stop a lot of that it's just -- only country in the world doing it [ applause ] >> jimmy: you were talking about public health. anything -- the number one things in your brain right now >> well, stopping smoking is one of them. doing things like having smoke detectors in your apartment or house so that you get out quickly in the case of fire. putting bars on windows if you live in a high building and you have young kids so they don't fall out better restaurant sanitation in the kitchens you have these -- we have in
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new york a sign on the window, "a," "b," "c" or "d," depending on how clean your kitchen is that's saved a lot of lives because people don't come down with salmonella. better traffic signs so you don't have traffic deaths. i mean, there's a whole bunch of things that contribute to making things healthier. and we, for the first time in history, people are dying from things that are under their own control. it used to be that you died from -- you caught something like, you know, malaria or something like that. now it's because of behavior and you can control these things, and just getting people to pay attention, don't be obese, and don't smoke and you'll live an awful lot longer just those two things would make most of the difference. >> jimmy: before we go, what is the message that you want to send to everyone, why you're running for president. >> replace donald trump. [ applause ] pull the country together. and make the country's government work.
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and that's what i argue i bring to the party, because in new york city, the government worked for 12 years. you can do the same thing at a a national level and we can actually implement the things that congress keeps passing, and they never fund and nobody ever does anything about it it's time to say, no, we're going to get our lunch eaten by china and other countries around the world our educational system used to be in the top ten. today, it's barely in the top 50 in a world where education's going to be more important, you just cannot do this. you'll never end poverty unless you fix education. one thing we should focus on [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: michael bloomberg, thank you so much for coming deepak chopra joins us after the break. stick around we'll be right back. come on back [ cheers and applause ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: our next guest is a doctor and "new york times" best-selling author who just released his 90th book wow. it's called "metahuman: unleashing your infinite potential." please welcome the one and only deepak chopra. [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: deepak chopra. welcome back to the show i love having you on you're one of my favorite guests, because you kind of calm me down a little bit. >> i could show you how to do that but it would ruin your career. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: thank you. [ laughter ] but i believe everything that you say to me, always.
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>> that's very - [ talking over each other >> jimmy: yes, alzheimer's yeah, whatever you were saying back there but then, because i was wearing a wig and then - but, do you remember last time -- this is -- i don't want to embarrass you, but last time, you were saying that you had this thing you were working with, and he goes - but you didn't explain it. and you came up to me and said, "jimmy." i said, "yeah? and you go, "show me your poop." [ light laughter ] >> yeah, because we were analyzing the microbiome two million genes. >> jimmy: yeah >> because, technically speaking, you're a bacterial colony with a few human cells hanging on >> jimmy: why, thank you [ laughter ] tell me about "metahuman." what does that mean, metahuman >> meta means beyond and human means beyond the human conditioned mind under the hypnosis of social conditioning and it limits their imagination, insight, intuition, creativity, higher vision, inspiration.
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everything that actually we value as humans is limited by social conditioning. >> jimmy: really so we should -- what you're saying basically is there's a way to go further. >> yeah, every child that is born is actually proof that god has not yet given up on human beings that children are automatically full of wonder, curiosity, playfulness, joy, humor, love, compassion, empathy. and by the time they get to your age, see what happens [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: in here it says -- you say, "we need to get past the physical world, because it actually doesn't exist there's no such thing as a a solid. >> this thing is proportionately as void as intergalactic space.
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so is your body. if you go beyond the appearance of molecules and atoms and particles, you end up with a a handful of nothing and that nothing is the womb of creation nature goes to exactly the same place to create you as it goes to create a galaxy of stars. we are made of nothingness "we come spinning out of nothingness, scattering stars like dust. that's a poem from rumi, the great sufi mystic. >> jimmy: how long have you toured with the grateful dead? [ laughter ] >> they borrowed some of my lyrics [ laughter ] >> jimmy: "metahuman." this is your 90th book by the way. >> yeah, one of these days i'll stop [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: no, i don't want you to stop. i just find it amazing 90 is unbelievable 90 books you just don't stop. you don't stop writing you don't stop thinking of new things and fun ways to help people and to calm everyone down and have people experience new things i'm going to show you something that is a brand-new invention.
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is it out yet, digital deepak? >> well, it's in training. and you all can help train it by interacting with it it's like a baby so like babies need education, love, nurturing. >> jimmy: yes. >> this one needs it and all of you can participate if you want to >> jimmy: do we know when this is coming out? >> it's almost in beta now so, it's about to release. >> jimmy: all right, there it is, right there. can you see this it is digital deepak that is like an a.i. you, is that -- if i'm correct, right? >> that's right. that's my a.i. twin. >> jimmy: and this has read all of your books? >> it's read all my books, articles it has access to libraries it will one day speak to the grandchildren of my grandchildren, tell them about this show -- [ light laughter ] and learn from them as well. >> jimmy: i can -- i can use it tonight, is that right >> if you want ask it a question. [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: all right.
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i have to say -- hello, digital deepak. >> hey, jimmy. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: digital deepak, what is metahuman >> i believe there's an inner intelligence within all of us, which is the ultimate and supreme genius and which mirrors the wisdom of the universe that's metahuman, the genius inside you i have a meditation that will help you with this >> jimmy: you guys want to try it do we want to try a meditation [ cheers and applause can we do this roots, wanna do a meditation okay, digital deepak, let's do it >> let's begin please close your eyes just sit quietly, uncross your feet, put your feet on the
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ground, and now relax your body relax your mind. let thoughts drift in and out, just observing them like clouds in the sky observe the breath in. and now observe it as it goes out through your nostrils. and you have started your journey in meditation. >> jimmy: wow. thank you, digital deepak. >> my pleasure bye-bye. [ laughter and applause that's amazing deepak chopra, everybody [ cheers and applause "metahuman: unleashing your infinite potential" is available now. we'll be right back with a a performance from rapsody featuring pj morton. stick around [ cheers and applause ♪ (whistling)
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