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good morning. the torch passes. president obama embracing hillary clinton as his successor in a speech taking down dunonal trum praise. >> there's never been a man, a woman, not me, not bill clinton, as hillary clinton to serve as president of the united states of america. >> he has no clue about what makes america great. actually, he has no clue period. >> folks, you cannot believe one word that comes out of donald
>> this morning, chelsea clinton opens up in an exclusive interview about trump's attacks on your mother. >> what was it like to watch a television and hear people in an arena chanting "lock her up." here donald trump say crooked hillary. >> what's she's planning as she introduces her mom today at the democratic national convention, july 28th, 2016. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is a "today" at the democratic national convention with matt lauer and savannah guthrie live from philadelphia. >> good morning, everybody. welcome to philadelphia. this is the final day of the democratic national convention but about last night. >> i was trying to figure out how to describe it. i think potent is the word that comes to mind whether you're a democratic or republican, you have to agree that was a series of very powerful speeches.
hillary clinton. it's her night tonight. this is the biggest speech of her career. let's go down to andrea mitchell at the wells fargo center on the convention floor. good morning, andrea. >> reporter: good morning, savannah. barack obama passed the baton to hillary clinton. a political embrace that would have seemed president obama returned to the convention stage. >> this year in this election, i'm asking you to join me to reject cynicism and reject fear and to summon what is best in us
next president of the united states. >> reporter: urging democrats to turn out on election day. >> there's never been a man or a woman, not me, not bill, nobody more qualified than hillary clinton to serve as president of the united states of america. >> reporter: mr. obama sought to bring the party together. >> democracy isn't a spectator sport. america isn't about, will. it's about yes, we can. >> reporter: then turning his attention to donald trump releasing a series of pointed attacks. >> the donald is not really a plan guy. our greatness does not depend on donald trump. the american dream is something no wall will ever contain. our power doesn't come from some self-declared savior promising that he alone can restore order as long as we do things his way.
>> reporter: besides president obama, a powerhouse lineup took to the podium cluck former new york city mayor michael bloomberg, an independent. >> i'm a new yorker. i know a con when i see one. >> reporter: vice presidential nominee tim kaine breaking into spanish. [ speaking >> he never tells you how he's going to do any of the things he says he'll do. he just says believe me. >> reporter: perhaps the most fiery speech of the night came from the current vice president joe biden. >> i know what she's passionate about. i know hillary. >> reporter: acting as chief attack dog, biden delivered. >> he's trying to tell us he cares about the middle class.
he has no clue about what makes america great. actually, he has no clue period. >> reporter: voters will hear from clinton herself when she takes the stage tonight after four days of hearing democrats vouch for her, this is her big chance to sell herself. matt and savannah? >> all right, andrea mitchell, thank you. >> steve kornackind conventions are very choreographed. they are a series of staged evenings. in terms of the staging, the choreography and impact of last night alone, what would you give it? what score? >> 10 out of 10. i thought they had a perfect night last night. whatever you think of president obama's policies, as a political messeng messenger, he's in a league of his own.
president, delivered a stronger message than tim kaine, the new nominee for vice president. they had to put him in the prime time hour. you can't bury your own vice presidential candidate. >> we've seen pieces of the speeches now but in terms of strategy, i thought the whole night had several points where it seemed they were reaching out to the center and not just center, reaching out to republicans. you had tim kaine saying if you love the party of li you had president obama reaching out. you had michael bloomberg speaking. >> when you sit in the hall, you're aware of how the hall is reacting. if you take your interview with president obama, michelle obama's speech monday night and president obama's speech last night, this is a family worried about the kind of country their daughters are going to grow up in. i thought the of two them delivered speeches designed for the tv audience to say to republicans this is who we are
they took on trumpism more than they took on trump. i thought that was a direct appeal to independents and swing voters. >> i want to go back to joe biden's speech. you talked about that a second ago. probably the most powerful of his career but was it impossible to sit in the room and not think what could have been? >> if you look at the polling right now, donald trump has a real shot at the presidency and the reason is he's doing much better than mitt romney or any republican recently with blue collar white voters. states like even maybe michigan. joe biden was the first major voice at this convention to talk to those voters. if there's one thing democrats might regret this week, they didn't focus on that enough. >> very quickly, i thought it was interesting that the president and tim kaine took on the issue of trusting hillary. tim kaine made it direct. you can trust hillary because. do you think that was effective to take on that elephant in the room? >> highlights her vulnerability. we talked about 20-point deficit
questions of trustworthiness. they have to make this case every day until november if they want to win. donald trump's extraordinary call during a news conference for russia to hack into hillary clinton's e-mails. first, nbc's hallie jackson is here with the heated reaction. hallie, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. most of that criticism right now coming from democrats with trump's campaign trying to push back. today donald trump himself facing new fallout. >> thank you. >> reporter: center stage in ohio overnight. >> we're going to win ohio. >> reporter: donald trump at the center of a worldwide controversy for encouraging espionage from the kremlin against hillary clinton. >> russia, if you're listening, i hope you're able to find the 30,000 e-mails that are missing. >> reporter: now new backlash. >> he asked the russians to
think about that. it is inconceivable to me that any presidential candidate would be that irresponsible. >> reporter: trump's campaign immediately trying to walk back his suggestion russia should find clinton's personal deleted e-mails. but trump doubling down tweeting perhaps any country should share them with the fbi and to nbc's katy tur. >> do you have qualms about interfere, to hack into a system of anybody's in this country? >> it's up to the president. let the president talk to them. >> does that not give you pause? >> no. a person in our government would delete or get rid of 33,000 e-mails. that gives me a big problem. >> reporter: house speaker paul ryan's office emphasized putin should stay out of this election. but no one in gop leadership
most republicans staying silent. many national security experts stunned by trump's stance. former nsa director hiked hayden appointed by george w. bush telling bloomberg, perhaps he doesn't know what he's talking about and a trump gaff making headlines. >> tim kaine, who did a terrible job in new jersey. first act he did in new jersey was asked for $4 billion tax increase. not very popular in new jersey. he still isn't. >> the problem, tim kaine was the governor of virginia, not new jersey. trump probably thinking of tom ke keen. trump on the campaign trail later today. let's turn back to steve and nicole. is this one of those occasions where you have something that gets -- foreign policy establishment totally exercised
outrage but if you're a trump voter and supporter, good for you. there he goes telling it like it is. >> i don't imagine donald trump is going to lose any support he already has because of this. the question though is donald trump pulled into the lead in one poll. lagged behind in the others. those few swing voters that there are, does this unnerve them. that's the potential problem. >> in cleveland last week on the floor of the arena they were chanting lock her up. let me show you the cover new york daily news. does it have legs? >> i talked to them yesterday on the way into the arena and they view the day as success because they're in the news. the trump's campaign goal of the week was to get in the headlines every day to knock democrats off message. >> what will he say tomorrow to take the attention away from hillary's speech tonight?
outrageous enough that we're talking about them. his infinity for all things putin is alarming to americans and his instinct to hug putin and the russians is alarming. i am surprised by the lack of outrage over asking russians to spy on an american >> steve kornacki, nicole wallace, thank you as always. hillary clinton will address the convention tonight. it's her daughter chelsea's job to introduce her. we spoke with her exclusively as she was putting the finishing touches on her speech and i started by asking chelsea what it will feel like to watch her mother accept the democratic nomination for president. >> i'll try really hard to not cry. i just think my heart will
me because i am now a mom. as proud as i am of my mom, it's about my children. i couldn't imagine a better president for them. i couldn't imagine a better grandmother for them either. just standing there thinking about my children looking at my mom, it will be overwhelming. >> you'll set the table in a way for the most important speech of her life. what do you want to say about her? that people don't know because your mom, your dad, your family, they've been in the public eye for >> i hope to convey even just a small sense of why i am so proud and grateful to be her daughter. why i'm grateful for the example she set for me as a mom. i hope that people will just get a sense of why i'm so proud to be standing -- >> it will be a deeply personal speech. this is not a speech that will try to separate her from donald trump? >> i'm going to talk as her daughter. i'm an only child.
understand even more when i'm done than when i started about why i love her so much and admire her so much. >> you know your mom as well as anyone. you hear the things that are said about her all the time. lack of trust. people have negative comments and negative ratings are high. there has to be a disconnect in your mind between the person you know. how do you explain the disconnect? >> it is such a what you were saying and what we heard last week in cleveland, that's not the person that i know. that's not the person that i grew up with that i'm so proud to stand beside and introduce here in philadelphia. >> coming up in our next half hour, we'll have more of our conversation with chelsea clinton including what she would say to ivanka trump about her personal attacks on the clinton
msnbc will have complete coverage of the convention all day long leading up to hillary clinton's speech at 10:00 eastern, 7:00 pacific here on nbc. a scary moment for pope francis. he tripped on a step and he falls to the ground. the 79 year old is okay. he was helped back to his feet and finished the mass. francis is making poland for world youth day. breaking news overnight. an american airlines flight was forced to make an emergency landing in dallas after flames could be seen shooting out of one of its engines. it happened shortly after takeoff from the dallas-ft. worth airport on a flight headed for seattle. the pilot reported an engine problem and turned that plane around. luckily no one was injured. powerball fever is growing this morning. the jackpot is soaring once again.
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suburbs, on our way to 90 plus. ton of sunshine now. more clouds mixing in this afternoon. expecting a high of 892 in boston. low to mid-90s inland. the highest chance of rain on the seven-day forecast tomorrow. localized downpours a possibility. >> christa: time for your top stories now. police are investigating a serious crash in bellingham where a driver lost control. it was on 495 north earlier this morning. the vehicle ended up crashing into the woods. but we don't have any word on any injuries at this point. crews are trying to home in brookline where flames could be seen shooting through the roof and porch of the home on winthrop road. 17 people have been displaced because of that. and a firefighter suffered a minor back injury trying to put out those flames. 7:27 your time right now. we're back in 25 minutes with another local update.
we're back now. 7:30 on a thursday morning. it's the 28th day of july, 2016, from independence mall in downtown philadelphia. ou national convention. can we just say, those people deserve extra credit today. it is hot. it is humid. they've been here for hours now. we thank them. >> a good day. we give them applause. this is fourth and final day of the convention and the theme is stronger together. the campaign says it's to reinforce the idea that america is at its best when america
will be introduced by her daughter, chelsea. we showed you part of our exclusive interview with her in our last half hour. chelsea had more to say about the history that will be made in philadelphia tonight. >> for the current and next president of the united states, bill clinton. >> i move that hillary clinton be selected as nominee of the democratic party for president. >> you are the onl receive the democratic nomination for president. how do you put that in perspective? >> a lot of gratitude. incredibly grateful to my parents for always believing in hard work and believing in never giving up. also a lot of humility. i feel it's important to me to
opportunity and this trust they've been given by democrats and i certainly hope my mom will prevail in november. >> as a daughter, chelsea, i don't know where you were, what was it like to sit and watch a television and hear people in an arena chanting "lock her up." hear donald trump say crooked hillary. how do you digest that? >> matt, as proud as i am as a now is as a mother. when i was watching what was happening, what was being said in cleveland last week, i kept thinking about what my mom had said repeatedly when people asked her similar questions. she's tough. she can take whatever people say about her. >> it's harder for a family member. >> as a mom, what i found so disturbing were things that were being said on a national stage. on the stage and off the stage around the convention about women, about minorities, about
that's not what i want my children to hear. that's not representative of the country that i want my children to grow up in. and so that actually i found far more upsetting as a mom, as a woman, as an american and even as my mother's daughter than anything they said about my mom. >> i wonder if you can have an impact here as a daughter. by the way, this goes both ways. your mom and her surrogates have been out there saying some pretty terrible things about donald trump calling him a fraud and a bigot and t you're a daughter. you know ivanka trump. would you consider her a friend? >> absolutely. >> why not convene a summit? a children's summit. maybe just a daughter summit. you and ivanka sit down over a cup of coffee and discuss tone and discuss what it's like to hear those things coming out of the other candidate's mouth about the person that you love. >> it never occurred to me.
when ivanka introduced her dad that she's so proud of him. i hope it will be at least as clear why i'm so proud of my mom when i introduce her here in philadelphia. and yet clearly ivanka and i have different views about who we think should be our president and who we think -- >> you're both daughters. you both love these people. it's clear, chelsea, that donald trump is willing to bring up some of the darkest moments of your family's past as an issue. wo and say that shouldn't fit into the rules of engagement? >> well, i don't expect her to always have to defend her father. i mean, i think it's clear that mr. trump is running his campaign and saying what he thinks is important in this election. i think what we're seeing here in philadelphia is a strong contrast to that. my mother is not engaging in
>> did you write your own speech? >> i was breastfeeding aiden and practicing with megan and she was giving me feedback and i was exchanging ideas. even aiden contributed to the speech. >> so much discussion about what your dad would be called if your mom becomes the next president of the united states. have you talked about it at home? >> we talked about it because we've been asked about it. >> what d called? >> he likes to harken back to irish roots, he would like to be called first laddie. i'm voting for first gentleman. >> i decided after only one day of matt love, i'm going to first laddie. i like that better. >> it has a ring to it. >> interesting to see how she does tonight. i don't think she loves the spotlight. stepping on that stage is going to be a big deal for her. >> can you imagine the pressure for any of these children of
let's get a check of the weather now from our first forecaster, al roker. >> great crowd here hanging out. and it is hot and it is humid. we've got one more day of this heat and humidity to talk about. big area of high pressure off the east coast pumping up that warm humid air. it will continue for today. look at these feels-like temperatures. feels like 95 in atlanta. jacksonville, 107. 109 in in d.c., 101. there is some sweet heat relief coming. behind this cold front temperatures will start dropping. so look at what you've got as you get into the midwest. temperatures in the mid 80s to lower 80s. that will eventually make its way into the east coast but out west we are looking at some more hot weather. look at this. finally new york city, 78 by sunday. boston, 77. d.c., 86. charleston, 84. pittsburgh will see a
morning, everyone. once again it's all about the heat today. lower to middle 90s. isolated late day sure or thundershower across northern mass and southern new hampshire. a better chance of some soaking rain tomorrow, especially down near the south chest of new england. so we'll see more widespread showers and rumbles of thunder tomorrow and much cooler temperatures, a few localized downpours a possibility. highs in the 70s tomorrow. 80s over the weekend. saturday the pick of the weekend. a few showers scatter >> you only got four hours of sleep just to meet me? >> i actually only got three hours of sleep. i didn't have time to change my sign. >> you know, was it worth it? >> it was definitely worth it. >> thank you. wow. shameless, wasn't it. that was shameless. >> good, al. i like it. coming up, the big names just announced as mentors for the new season of "the voice" and carson has it.
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michael suggested it's time to forgive hinckley tweeting "my father did more than say the lord's prayer. he lived it in forgiving john hinckley jr. maybe we should do the same. patty saying "forgiving someone in your heart doesn't mean you let them loose in virginia to pursue whatever dark agendas they may still hold dear." the memory forever etched in the memories of so many chaos and confusion captured on camera. a nation mesmerized in horror as they watched footage of the assassination attempt over and over. hinckley was just 25 years old when he shot reagan, white house press secretary james brady and two others. he was found not guilty by reason of insanity and ordered for treatment at st. elizabeth hospital in washington. in wednesday's court order, u.s.
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day. it's cool. it's breezy. carson is keeping an eye on social media. >> i call it hot flash day. >> hot coffee is what we're suppose d to have to cool us of. people tuned in wednesday to learn more about your vp nominee senator tim kaine touching on several hot button issues. the main take online is that kaine seems like the ultimate dad. tim kaine is your decide performing at the pta talent show. you're proud but you want to die. tim kaine isn't mad at donald trump, he's just disappointing and tim kaine is sticking around after the convention to help clean up. one out dadded joe biden. biden had his own viral moment last night but more about his word choice. have a look. >> he's trying to tell us he cares about the middle class.
that's a bunch of malarkey. >> malarkey. >> old school. >> the word malarkey took off last night. malarkey is joe biden's greatest service to the american people. people also noticing a bit in the fashion department last night. kaine was wearing his favorite tie from over the years. he maybe broke out on the scene wearing that tie seven years ago. even president obama went a similar style though not identical. his tie did wore at the dnc in boston back in 2004. >> ties are the same. hair is different. >> maybe it's tim kaine's lucky tie. >> do you have a lucky tie? >> i don't. >> just lucky socks. >> to have a tie last for that long -- >> that's pretty good. >> a "the washington post" reporter said tim kaine is the dad jean of vice presidential candidates. just ahead, the secret behind your secret. the answer to a question must be
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>> this is 7news now. >> kris: good morning. it is 7:57. live look outside the braintree split. traffic is moving relatively smoothly. we like the see that. you also see lots of sunshine. if you're fan of it, we've got more of it. here's chris lambert. >> chris: sunglasses needed, though, if you're on the commute to work this morning. 82 in boston. 78 in norwood. undoubtedly another hot day. temperatures close to 80 degrees at 8:00 a.m. lots of sunshine. 92 in boston. mid-90s in a lot of the suburbs. a chance of rain, scattered showers tonight. localized downpours and widespread showers on friday. >> kris: chris, thanks so much.
the driver crashed right into the woods. no word yet of any injuries. lynn police rushing to the scene of a triple shooting that happened at the intersection of 4th and bolton streets just before 4:00 a.m. police say one of those victims was shot in the head. no word on their conditions or if any arrests have been made. we're back in 25 minutes.
it's 8:00 on "today." coming up, passing the baton. president obama rallies support for hillary clinton with a passionate speech at the democratic national convention. >> i'm asking you to join me to reject cynicism and reject fear us, to elect hillary clinton as the next president of the united states. >> as vice president joe biden invites presidential nominee tim kaine use their speeches to go after donald trump. >> never tells you how he's going to do any of the things he says he'll do. he just says believe me. >> all eyes now on hillary clinton as she gets set to make history tonight.
>> this is fantastic. man, this is great. still warm. >> al takes us on a mouth watering tour of the city's bustling market sampling some of philly's most famous bites. >> this is crazy good. and "bourne" is back. oscar winner matt damon swings by studio 1a to talk about jumping back into his role. today, thursday, july 28th, 2016. ? >> look, mom, we made it. go eagles. >> happy birthday. ?
>> i hope it was worth it. >> it was. >> 30 years of watching the "today" show. >> philly loves "today"! >> good morning, everybody. welcome back to "today." it is thursday morning. it's bright and sunny and steamy. >> it really is. it's a little bit -- by the way, can you hear this over the crowd? that's carson's throwback thursday song. >> i was inspired by your piece and went home last night and listening to an album that came out and it was inspired by politics in 2008. great record. i grabbed this song for throwback thursday. >> carson love, thank you very much. >> speaking of music, we'll be back in new york bright and early tomorrow morning and the great jimmy buffet will come and return to our plaza with a live concert. you guys should all come.
>> when i say sherman and mr. peabody, what do you think of? >> i should have taken more history classes. >> the way back machine. we'll go back here to independence hall. part of the birth place of america. not only declaration of independence but constitution were signed. >> i've never told you this before, i so enjoyed your reporting from the declaration of independence and founding of our country. >> you waited four now to the reason we're in philadelphia. the democratic national convention. night three featured president, vice president and vice presidential nominee tim kaine. tonight is wraps up with hillary clinton's much anticipated speech. kristen welker has more on all of it. kristen, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, savannah. with polls showing a tight race, hillary clinton is poised to deliver what could be the most important speech of her political career and she takes
president obama tried to rally voters behind her. his message, yes, we still can. it was a symbolic passing of the torch. president obama appearing on stage with hillary clinton by his side after making his strongest case for her yet. >> she is fit and she is ready to be the next commander in chief. >> reporter: mr. obama spoke in personal terms about his former rival turned secretary of state. >> hillary she's been part of those decisions. >> reporter: the crowd erupting when obama gave this full throated endorsement. >> there has never been a man or a woman, not me, not bill, nobody, more qualified than hillary clinton to serve as president of the united states of america. >> reporter: he called out donald trump by name. >> and then there's donald
>> reporter: urging the crowd to reject what he calls trump cynical view of the country. >> we are stronger together. black, white, latino, asian, native american, young, old, gay, straight, men, women, folks with disabilities, all pledging allegiance under the same proud flag, that's the america i know. >> reporter: vice president biden stirring up the crowd by attacking trump. >> he has no clue about what makes america actually, he has no clue period. >> reporter: vice presidential nominee tim kaine wasted no time taking on his gop rival. >> he has a way of saying the same two words every time he makes his biggest, hugest promises. believe me. it's going to be great. believe me. >> reporter: the momentous evening capping a day of controversy. trump accused of encouraging
>> russia, if you're listening, i hope you're able to find the 30,000 e-mails that are missing. >> reporter: words that drew a sharp rebuke from former cia director leon panetta. >> it's inconceivable to me that any presidential candidate would be that irresponsible. >> reporter: the president never mentioned trump's comments on russia. instead staying focus on his task at hand. >> america isn't about, will. it's about, yes, we can. and we're going to carry hillary to victory this fall. >> reporter: campaign officials say clinton is still working on her speech. it will draw from some of the themes of her 1996 book "it takes a village." daughter chelsea, will introduce her. savannah and matt? >> thank you so much. by the way, you can find more on the convention throughout the day on msnbc and our live prime time coverage gets started
how about we head north to new york city. sheinelle jones has a check of the other stories of the morning. sheinelle? >> good morning to you. we begin with a new twist in the disappearance of malaysia airlines flight mh-370. the pilot had a home flight simulator and used it to plot a course to the southern indian ocean. the discovery does not indicate the pilot the plane and doesn't solve the mystery about what happened. they say finding black boxes is key. members of the reagan family are split over the decision that john hinckley jr. be released from a psychiatric facility. hinckley was found not the guily reason of insanity. a federal judge says hinckley doesn't pose a threat to himself or others and can live with his mother in williamsburg,
says it's time to forgive hinckley and patty says forgiving someone doesn't mean you let them loose. anxious moments for pope francis today in poland as he was celebrating mass. the 79-year-old pope missed a step and fell to the ground before the alter. priests around him rushed to help him back to his feet and appearing to be okay, he finished the mass. it is the first visit by pope francis to eastern europe. police in seattle are chgi federal assault. he's accused of throwing one of these at a place car that was chasing him. the man is accused of threatening a bouncer with a homemade spear. a spectacular show in the sky during the night. a streaking light could be seen from los angeles to las vegas and lit up social media.
was debris from a chinese rocket that was launched about a month ago. let's send it back to matt and savannah in philadelphia. guys? >> in the sun. >> thank you very much. i was trying to get us into the shade. it didn't work. coming up on "pop start" carson will reveal the music superstar set to join him as mentors on "the voice" next season. >> if first lady to presidential and downs of hillary clinton's highly scrutinized journey right
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asked him about something we talked about on trending. remember "the new york times" article about president obama's night habit. he's a night owl. they had a piece of information in there about one peculiar custom of his. a lot of people were interested to learn that you have a late-night snack every night of exactly seven almonds. >> thank you for raising this. >> why not eight? >> this is an example of the weird way that the press so michelle and sam cast, who is our chef here, one night they were talking about me and teasing me about how disciplined i was that i didn't have potato chips, i didn't have a piece of cake. this is when michelle said he just has seven almonds. that's it. to really drive home the point that i needed to loosen up a
joke to "the new york times" in the article and somehow it was relayed as if i was counting out -- >> i was picturing out you counting seven almonds. >> my friends were calling up saying this is kind of weird. i had to explain to them, this was a joke. >> that was my next question. after the white house, are you going to let yourself go and have 10 or 11 almonds? >> absolutely. you know, almonds are a good snack though. i strongly recommend them. appreciate it. >> great to talk to you. >> now you get to set the record straight on the almonds. >> i'm so glad i had this opportunity. >> i went over my time. >> this has been really weighing on me. >> okay. almond gate has been resolved. >> i'm a little bit set in my ways. i have seven twinkies every night before bed. >> you have the same thing for lunch every day. >> yeah.
nominee tim kaine took to the stage at the convention last night. carson talked about the tie and other things. as we said, a lot of people took to twitter to comment on his speech and others commented on his looks. soon enough this old photo of a young tim kaine began to circulate on the web. a lot of people finding him attractive. some even comparing him to an actor. that got us thinking about what candidates looked like when they were younger. you see hillary clinton in the top left with her running mate donald trump on the bottom left with his running mate mike pence to the right of him. good looking group. it really is. >> you know what i take away from this? we all look better when we were younger. >> i think i'm the opposite. >> you are getting better with age. >> i looked horrible before. >> we've been talking about the heat wave. when you're in the thick of it, you and everybody around you
working. "the wall street journal" has an article on how effective deodorant really is. it all stems from the belief that current deodorant is not working as well as it should be. so i ask you, are you confident in your deodorant? >> let's see your shirt, carson. how is that wetness thing going. >> my gosh. >> it's hot here people. by the way, this i'm not going to say who it is. >> you need a suit made out of terry cloth. >> this shirt is this thick. it's bulletproof. >> okay. >> what do you want me to do, apologize? this is weird. >> back to the story.
of "cool hand luke" when they're in the field. >> you're not working hard enough. >> forget about the rest of this story. carson, i'll fan you. >> you have a healthy -- >> let's get right to it. this is big news. "gilmore girls" fans awaited for the premiere of the much anticipated series reboot now your calls have been answered. wednesday netflixel you november 25th. take a look. >> do you think amy schumer would like me? >> no. >> tell me why wouldn't amy schumer like me? >> what are sports? >> what? >> every time i see her in a magazine she's on vacation doing water sports. >> that would not work at all. >> amy schumer react ed to the
up next exciting news from "the voice." the show announced the celebrity mentors will help out our coaches during season 11. new coach miley cyrus and joan jett. blake shelton bringing bette midler and alicia keys this "the voice" premieres september 19th right here on nbc. last we'll play a game to test your movie knowledge. we're going to recreate something that we saw on buzz feed. we'll put on the screen two famous movie props and then you guess which movie they're from. here's the first one. >> "e.t." >> movie props, please. next up.
>> "forest gump." >> correct. one more, guys. takes a minute to change from new york to philadelphia? that's your "pop start" find more pop culture start on "today's" facebook page. >> open your jacket. >> my poor mother. >> mr. brokaw is here. so >> the winner of the wet t-shirt contest. very nice, carson. >> we love you. >> a check of the weather. >> announcer: today's weather is brought to you by camping world. get one stop shopping for everything rv at your nearby camping world rv supercenter. >> let's see what we have going on for you and we are looking at again more wet weather. flood threats increasing from
the northeast. flash flood watches for 21 million people. half a million people under flood warnings as you can see the heavy rain now starting to fire up. look at the rainfall amounts over the next several days. today and tomorrow could be upwards of seven inches of rain between new york city and philadelphia by tomorrow afternoon. it's going to be a mess. and also the heat. here's the interesting thing. the national weather service in the three-month forecast august time coast to coast temperatures have been forecast to be above average. about three degrees above average coast to coast and right now 2016 the hottest year on record probably now this will cement that record. we're going to get to your local . >> chris: good thursday morning, everyone. once again it's all about the heat today. lower to middle 90s. isolated late day sure or thundershower across northern mass and southern new hampshire.
near the south chest of new england. so we'll see more widespread showers and rumbles of thunder tomorrow and much cooler temperatures, a few localized downpours a possibility. highs in the 70s tomorrow. 80s over the weekend. saturday the pick of the weekend. a few showers scatter catch us on "today" show radio sirius >> nbc news special correspondent tom brokaw is here covering your 24th national convention. >> i find that hard to believe. it's been a memorable run. 1968 was my first one. every one since then back here in philadelphia a few years ago and i was sitting at this chair for a long time during that period five years ago. 40 years ago when i was doing the "today" show i heard about
for president some day and everyone says he had had terrific wife, that was bill and hillary clinton. i've gotten to know them. there's been a lot of twist and turns since i first heard about them. she's been a very public figure for more than 30 years. with bill and without him. and everyone has an opinion. hillary's long journey had an unlikely beginning. she was a gold water girl in a republican family. in college, feminine and anti-war politics. her commencement speech against the war was the beginning of her public life. >> challenge now is to practice politics is the art of making what appears to be impossible, possible. >> at yale law school, she met an equally ambitious politically passionate soul mate. it was the beginning of a storied and stormy relationship. public in good times and bad. hillary went home with bill to
plans. lawyer, walmart board member, governor of arkansas and at bill side's when he ran for the gold. and we all met jennifer flowers. bill survived with hillary's help. >> i sit here because i love him and i respect him. >> i covered their arrival in washington with the gores. it was a new generation. the clintons were like the homecoming queen and king. there were some the white house. the suicide of vince foster. the collapse of her health care plan and monica. hillary was humiliated but she didn't cut and run. the two hillaries, tough in public, but warm, loyal to friends and others in private. >> she wants to not be seen as vulnerable and frankly maybe what america needs right now is to understand that this is a vulnerable woman who cares deeply about her family and
>> hillary easily won a senate seat in new york. it was the perfect launching pad for president. but it was a newcomer's turn. president obama, however, gave her a high profile consolation prize, secretary of state. and she became a nonstop globetrotter. benghazi, libya, republicans made it her fault. even though their own investigations couldn't quite close the deal to be an election away from the white house with the former president at her side. a long journey with a long way to go. i think of all of the people i've known in public life, no greater contrast between the public hillary that you see on stage and the private one. private one she's very attentive. a wicked sense of humor. she seems to remember everything she's ever learned about your family or friends and cares
i want to make an observation about last night. you had on stage the first african-american president, the first woman to be nominated for president and watching was her husband who had been president of the united states. we've never had a trifecta like that before. >> that's why people are saying it's a history making night and history making week for sure. tom, thank you very much. >> glad to be here. coming up, we'll get a taste of the hottest new food trends here in philadelphia. plus, we're so excited about this. "bourne" is back. we'll talk to matt reprising his iconic role. i want to jump on the train and
>> this 7news now. >> kris: good morning. it's 8:27. live look at the beautiful skyline. the sun is shining bright. it's been warm the past few days. chris lambert has a peek at our forecast. >> chris: it wasn't a heat wave yesterday in boston, 87 degrees. but we were on day seven inland. more widespread starting off this morning upper 70s an lower 80s. a lot of sunshine now. more clouds mixed in this afternoon. isolated shower and thundershower. late in the day, much better chance of localized thundershowers on friday. >> kris: chris, thanks. police investigating a serious crash many bellingham when a driver lost control on 495 north early this morning. the vehicle ended up crashing into the woods. no word on any injuries yet. crews are trying to figure out what caused the fire at this home in brookline.
17 people have been displaced. ne firefighter suffered a minor back injury while battling those flames. and the director of the community center is off the job after a seven-year-old boy was found dead at a south boston beach. police say that kaiser willis was at the beach with curley community center when he disappeared on tuesday. the director of the center is on administrative leave pending this investigation. 7news "today in new england" returns at 9:00.
we're back now. 8:30 on a thursday morning. 28th of july, 2016. you can feel the warmth from the crowd h brother love. we mean that quite literally. >> we all feel closer this morning. just ahead, the taste of philadelphia's finest food rolls on. there's more to philly food than cheesesteak. >> matt damon is back at "jason bourne." he'll tell us why he decided to return to that famous role. mr. roker, a check of the weather. >> let's show you what we have happening for you. weekend ahead starting with tomorrow. wet weather from new england all
plenty of sunshine. unfortunately heat as well out west. gulf coast looking good. then on saturday, the eastern half of the country a real mess. new england may escape some of that. out west the heat continues along with the sunshine. they could use rain. sunday, sunday, not great weekend in the northeast into new england on into the mid-atlantic states gulf coast, mid mississippi and ohio river valleys. monsoonal moisture in the . >> chris: good thursda heat today. lower to middle 90s. isolated late day sure or thundershower across northern mass and southern new hampshire. a better chance of some soaking rain tomorrow, especially down near the south chest of new england. so we'll see more widespread showers and rumbles of thunder tomorrow and much cooler temperatures, a few localized downpours a possibility. highs in the 70s tomorrow. 80s over the weekend. saturday the pick of the weekend.
>> that's your latest weather. we didn't want to leave philadelphia without a visit from our friends at the philadelphia zoo. savannah is freaked out by this rabbit and we have an armadillo. how big will goliath get? >> possibly 22 pounds. he's a male. only about 13 pound >> is it true he kicked elmer fudd's butt. that's a big rabbit. >> this is the largest breed of rabbit. susie q is an armadillo. they can swim. they can float. >> that's pretty good. >> they obviously get their name because of the number of bands on their armor which can be 8 to 11. >> how are you keeping animals cool during this heat?
and ice blocks for polar bears. >> did you bring any fish-sicles? >> hoda, i know you're jealous. i'm here with matt damon. bourne is back chasing answers about the past and in typical bourne fashion that involves an epic car chase. >> no dialogue needed for that one. matt damon, good morning. >> good morning. >> did you shut down the vegas strip for that? >> we did.
do that, and i was, like, you guys are from europe. you don't understand. that's not going to happen. when we got the location because the city was great and wanted to make it happen and said, all right, if we were going to do it, we could maybe -- if you started shooting at midnight on weekdays you could have it for five hours a night and we looked at the whole thing and said we could actually do this. so we shut down the strip. >> crazy. street or through the airport, people must approach you and said when? when is the next one coming up? what made this time the right time to do it? >> it was that thing of people coming up and they would do it to me and to paul greengrass, the director. after years of that, it gets humbling. and i certainly have made a lot of movies that nobody went to see so when you have a loyal
looked at each other and said let's get off our high horse and do it and then once we decided let's see if we do this, we looked at how much the world had changed from 2007 and today and in less than a decade it's incredible. it's a completely different world that we're living in. we went, all right, there's fertile territory to run the character through. >> brand new situation. brand new story line. so there are two ways you prep for this kind of thing. after nine years you have to prepare mental then you have to prepare physically. that's the other part of it. what was the toughest part for you? >> no doubt it was the physical side. i'm 45. i started doing these, i was 29. all that stuff came a lot easier. you know, i'm a better actor now than i was when i was 29. that part was easier. a lot of this boxing. >> what did director tell you
perfect form for "jason bourne"? >> if the movie starts and you look like you have lived well for the last ten years, we have no movie. you have to look like you suffered. only way to do that is to suffer. the second he said it, i knew he was right. >> this has been around, this franchise, for 14 years. did you ever think back then when you were starting it that franchise that you did, that one part, would become so much a central part of your acting career in your life? >> not at all. i'm so grateful that this role the director of the first movie offered me this. i remember being, like, wait, why are you offering this to me? i had never done an action movie. he just believed that it would work. he had an insight into this whole thing before anybody. it's just a role that's given me so much. it's really changed the trajectory of my career and my life. >> does your wife like the buff you? the buffer you?
it. >> you know what i remember? i was at a charity event one time and your wife was in the restroom and she was pregnant at the time. we didn't recognize her. we walk out and we see you and you said, excuse me, we said, yeah, is my wife in there? is she okay? i remember it was a tiny little thing. you were standing outside of the ladies room worried about your bride to make sure she was doing well. how is she? how are the kids? >> everybody is great. i too row. i've done four straight movies and one more to go so i've been dragging them all over the world. >> where have they gone? >> we lived in china for half of the year last year. this "bourne" movie took us to london and all over the place. they are really good sports. they're great travelers. i'm excited to finish out this year of work and take a year off and be at their best. >> i told you guys in philly were jealous that you were here
we have matt damon for you. >> hey, matt. >> hey, guys. what's happening? >> you know, it's a little warm down here. that's all i'll say. >> it's a little warm up here, too. >> good luck with the movie. we can't wait to see it. and as always, we know you'll be great in it. >> thanks, guys. thanks. hopefully we didn't mess it up. >> don't think so. >> there are a lot of i love you, matt, signs where they were and i think they're for you. >> matt, thank you so much. "jason bourne" from our sister company universal pictures hits theaters tomorrow. thanks so much. al puts down the cheesesteak to
food." al paid a visit to a real iconic location. >> when i'm in philadelphia, i make a beeline for philadelphia's famed redding terminal market. a local institution that for over a century has been attracting tourists and locals alike. >> how are you not 300 pounds? >> i'm working on it. >> reading rumbled overhead and like everywhere in philly, the steaks here are high. >> when you're the best, there's no battle. >> this is fantastic. >> we're very proud of that sandwich. >> you should be. how long have you guys been here? >> 25 years. >> 33 years now. >> your second generation? >> fourth. >> behind the scenes this place is a blast. >> i love to love you, baby.
that's love. but there's always room for dessert. it's still warm. i need a moment. avert your eyes. a selfie with my new love. and before i left, i had to try one last local delicacy. what goes into scrapple? >> >> my mother used to make scrapple for us. this is great. you may not agree on candidates but scrapple, we can all agree on scrapple. that's a platform we can get behind. brought a little scrapple back. >> i love scrapple. >> i love scrapple. >> thank you. by the way, can we introduce this guy over here? kevin is the owner and chef of the fat ham in philly.
>> thank you. i appreciate that. glad you had a good time. >> chicken is on another level. >> hot chicken. it's a new trend here in philadelphia. nationwide actually. we were one of the first to do it here. hot, spicy, delicious. a little bit of glaze on there. ranch. that's what cools it down. >> yum. >> what's this right here? >> we smoke our own turkey. we smoke it in house. a lot of smoked meat is a new trend. popular. not just every year. we cure the meat and smoke it. mashs makes it delicious. >> what is scrapple? >> it doesn't matter. it's delicious. >> it's pig parts and mush. >> it's delicious. >> it's really good. it's delicious. >> talk to us about what's down here. >> spaghetti down there but tomato butter. compound butters are something that encompass deliciousness.
there. >> pasta is incredible. >> we make that homemade. that's why. >> and come to mama. >> there you go. >> what are you guys having? >> gluten free right there. chocolate. peanut butter, marshmallows. delicious. >> it's healthy. >> everything here is healthy. >> can we go back to the chicken for a second. we noticed the other night and just noticed now, some bites the how do you do that? >> it's by mixing the paste. the lard paste that goes on top of there. there's lard, cayenne pepper and salt so depends on how it glazes you get heat in there. >> it's perfect for this type of weather. it makes you sweat which cools you down so everyone needs to have hot chicken. >> there we go. >> are you joking this is gluten
absolutely. >> delicious. >> your restaurant is a lot of fun. >> university city, awesome. >> thank you, kevin, very much. >> if you want recipes, you know where to go, today.com/food. coming up next from new york, why "harry potter" fever exploded on our plaza today. check that out. we have a big surprise for some very lucky fans. first on a thursday morning,
one person's hands. trump: wouldn't you rather in a certain sense have japan have nuclear weapons. cooper: saudi arabia nuclear weapons? trump: saudi arabia. absolutely. more countries with more nuclear weapons. hillary clinton knows that's the last thing we need. as secretary of state, she negotiated a reduction in nuclear weapons with russia and worked with both parties to get it passed. an unsteady world demands a very steady leader.
>> you can feel it. here's the deal. we invited fans here for a costume contest to celebrate j. j.k.'s new book. >> two lucky winners are about to receive the new book and get this, a vip trip to universal studios hollywood. our special judge is here. he is vice president of creative development at scholastic and also president of the usa board of directors which happens to be j.k.'s charity. how hot is the book? >> this is the first publishing in a lot of years. people are over the moon. >> people over the moon are right behind us. >> they are looking good.
many -- this is going to be hard. let's look at these folks here. they've been here all morning long. you are picking two. >> i'm picking two winners. >> all right. give us your first winner, please. >> when i announce your name, step out. this is hard. a lot of originality out here. my first winner is anna. >> anna, come on down. >> we just talked about "the price is right." come >> my gosh, yes. >> very exciting. >> congratulations. >> here you go. you're going. you're a winner. who's next? >> one more. >> the second winner is -- are you ready? taylor. >> wow. look at him. he went all out. >> tell us what went into making that costume? >> i woke up at 1:00. my boyfriend did all of my work.
entire time. >> how about yours? how much work went into putting the toilet seat on your neck? >> my mom tried to make me get rid of it this weekend. it was in my apartment. i'm moving out. i'm glad i kept it threw the outfit together last night. it was perfect. >> what do you think of the pri pri prize? >> so excited. >> what is it about "harry potter" that you love? >> i love magic. magic is everything. it's impor heart. this is an awesome opportunity. >> can you breathe? >> i can only breathe out of my mouth. >> we want to give a big thank you not just to two winners but all of the people that dressed up and our friend, billy. >> you guys were awesome. >> out at midnight on july 31st. we're back in a moment with more from right here in new york and in philly.
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you brought milkshakes. fanatic, my nerves are shot. i'm so happy. >> we have more. >> all right. >> everyone knows i've been having milkshake cravings. >> i have feel the burnt sugar. >> it's so thick i can't get it going. >> unanimo that's so good. >> by the way, we a these are our interns and runners who have been helping us out while we've been here. >> amazing jobs. >> milkshakes for everybody. this has been so fun. a big thanks to franklin fountain and my new boyfriend, philly fanatic. >> her husband is here. >> he is. >> run! >> run, fanatic, run. an awesome week. so nice to see everybody here in philly. >> can i say for the last two
ends of the schedule doing the show in the morning. doing the show at night. running off to washington. you had an amazing couple of weeks. >> thank you so much. milkshakes help. i highly recommend. >> we're going to make our way to new york. all of us tomorrow. we'll be on the plaza. philly is coming. in the 8:30 half hour tomorrow morning, a concert from one and only jimmy buffett. if you're in the area, come on
surprise at the convention. hillary clinton appearing on stage with the commander-in-chief. a family is mourning this morning. they are visiting the spot where their young son was last seen as investigators try to figure out what happened in south boston. and officers planning a protest. the thing at city hall sparking all the controversy. good morning to you. it's 9:00. thanks for var -- sarah french. it could be worse out there. get the fan and ac going. >> stop me when this sounds familiar. it will be hot again today. 85 in boston. low 80s in the suburbs. we're talking about temperature low-to-mid 80s at 9:00. it doesn't take much to get above 90. here the humidity.