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thanks for considering us every morning as well. have a great weekend. >> did we mention it's friday. >> a live update at 7:25. >> not going home just yet. >> good morning. the headliner. president trump said to address implemented. >> as trump supporter, caitlyn jenner, weighs in on the transgender bathroom controversy. >> this is a disaster. call me. hot and cold. another day of unseasonable warmth on tap for the east. the middle of the country, bracing for a blizzard. up to a foot of snow set to create a travel nightmare from colorado to michigan. weapons of mass destruction.
officials reveal the deadliest nerve agent ever created was used in that attack on the half-brother of north korea's kim jong-un. so how did it not kill his attackers who had it all over their hands? the 89th academy awards just two days away. is it a lock for "la la land"? it's hollywood's biggest night. we've got your complete guide to it, "today," friday, february 24th, 2017. >> from nbc news, this is "today," with matt lauer, and savannah guthrie. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> good morning, everyone. welcome to "today" on this friday morning. i'm matt lauer, with carson
daly, wrapping up buddy week on the today show. savannah has one more week of maternity leave. are you with the oscars like you are for march madness and the final four? >> i do. i have "la la land." >> we'll see if carson's predictions have much more early on. let's start on a friday morning with our top story. president trump taking the stage at the largest gathering of conservative leaders and activists. his speech comes a day after members of his administration addressed the gathering, including controversial strategist steve bannon. we have complete coverage, beginning with nbc's peter alexander. peter, good morning to you. >> reporter: matt, good morning to you. president trump will speak here at the political conservative action momentarily. trump is the first to address cpac in his first year of presidency since ronald reagan. this highlights what are the successes in the president's first month in office. vice president pence teeing up the president's arrival this morning. >> i promise you, he will never
stop fighting until we make america great again. >> reporter: team trump enjoying a victory lap at cpac. >> i think by tomorrow this will be tpac. >> reporter: kellyanne conway speaking out about feminism. >> i would tell your daughters or your daughters are you that the job for the first female president of the united states remains open. so go for it. >> reporter: and making a rare foray, the president's controversial strategist, steve bannon, head of breitbart. attacking the media, he's branded the opposition party. >> just like they're dead-wrong in the chaos of the campaign. just like they were dead-wrong on the chaos of the transition. they're dead-wrong with what's going on today. >> reporter: and touting the president's plans for a, quote, deconstruction of administrative
state. >> if you think they're going to give you the country back without a fight, you're sadly mistaken. hold us accountable for what we promised. hold us accountable for delivering what we promised. >> reporter: president trump highlighting one promise being fulfilled, a crackdown on undocumented immigrants. >> we're getting really bad dudes out of this country at a rate nobody has ever seen before. and they're the bad ones. and it's a military operation. >> reporter: that phrase, military operation, quickly contradicted by his homeland security secretary, meeting with mexican officials. >> there will be no use of military forces. there will be no, i repeat, no mass deportations. >> reporter: the white house clarifying. >> the white house was using that as an adjective. it's happening with precision. >> reporter: while another campaign promise -- >> we peel and replace obamacare. >> reporter: is -- is already facing obstacles. john boehner is telling a health conference that repeal and replace is not what's going to happen. they're going to fix the flaws and put a conservative box around it. also, they're looking to bolster the nuclear arsenal. >> a dream is that no country would have nukes.
but if countries are going to have nukes, we're going to be at the top of the pack. >> reporter: another item, combatting human trafficking, what ivanka's father called an epidemic. >> it's a very terrible problem. it's not talked about enough. >> reporter: the white house still not clarifying ivanka's role, but her presence at the high-level meetings is unmistakable. back now live after 7:00 pacific time, there's a live look where the president will be taking the stage momentarily. there are a couple days planned including the armed and fabulous, the new normal, and is heaven as a gate and a wall of extreme vetting, why can't america? >> peter alexander, thank you very much. and katelyn jenner is speaking out in a message on twitter. she says president trump has reneged on a promise to allow transgender students to use bathrooms and locker rooms that match their gender identities.
>> i have a message for president trump from one republican to another. this is a disaster. and you can still fix it. you made a froms to pro -- made a promise to protect the lgbtq community. call me. >> one of the subjects we want to talk to steve kornacki and nicole wallace about. the president did a good job of saying he is going to continue to do what he promised to do during the campaign. this audience during that campaign had real fears about trump's conservative credentials. what specifically do they want to hear from him today? >> i remember saying at the republican convention that the republican party i worked for 20 years led by george w. bush and inspired by ronald reagan died in the room that night. that's a symbol of how weak
conservatism was. there's nothing conservative about what he's doing. but they have bought it, hook, line and sinker. >> what does he need to say? >> well, the question is, what is he going to say? and he is going to say the same of what he's been saying. that conservatism, is about protectionism and isolationism and the very things that animated fighting those three things, animated conservativism for generations before it. >> campaign on the trail, then, candidate trump said for repeal and replace obamacare. and then, has john boehner in orlando, at the health care conference, saying, they shouldn't actually call it that because that's not what is going to happen. they're going to fix the flaws and put a more conservative box around it. we saw that in peter's piece. that's a guy that knows a thing or two about the legislative process. the former speaker, mike pence at cpac, saying that obamacare, the nightmare is about to end. what does that say?
>> that's john boehner a guy that's waiting a few years to have the freedom to say that. that's something he wanted to say and couldn't. that's the bind that republicans are in right now. he says, if you take this away right now, this entire program and you don't have a replacement, you own any of the failures that happen. and they haven't had a placement in a generation. >> but repeal and replace makes a good bumper sticker. fix does not. >> it does not. but we had reporting that some of the early talks between outgoing president obama and incoming president trump were about doing just this, about rebranding it and tweaking it. so i think this has been the plan all along. >> really quick topic. military operation, that the president used in describing the round up and deportation of undocumented immigrants in this country. the white house tried to walk it back. did they succeed? >> so there's a story out this morning about how the generals, general kelly and general mattis' primary job is stood clean-up and save face for the united states of america around the world.
and you see that with this comment, general kelly saying this is not the case. there will not be mass deportations. you saw general mattis talking about how we are not after iraq's oil. the most interesting people to me right now are the generals who seem to be doing clean-up full-time. >> and steve, quickly on the transgender issue, we just saw it there, he said, president trump said on the campaign trail people should be able to use the bathroom they feel they identify with. what happened with this issue? >> they are getting a lot of negative attention on this, a lot of criticism, and there's a big chunk of the country outraged by what the administration is doing here. i do think it is worth stepping back and realize when you look at the polling on it, this country is split on this. there are a lot of people out there who are on board with what the administration is. and you look how fast these cultures are shifting. five years ago president obama was opposed to gay marriage on religious grounds. a lot of people have not come as far as the liberals on this issue. >> steve, thank you. nicole, welcome back, good to see you.
on monday former george w. bush will be here for an exclusive live interview and to show us his new tribute to america's wounded warriors. and on tuesday, house speaker paul ryan will join us live exclusively. we'll talk you on a first-of-its-kind tour of the capitol. that's on tuesday on "today". this morning, we're learning more about a confrontation between an off-duty police officer and teenagers. it ended when the officer opened fire and sparked protest. nbc national correspondent miguel almaguer is in anaheim, california, with more. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. that officer has not been named or spoken publicly. investigators believe he was firing that shot into the ground. still, he could face criminal charges. >> let go of me. not that hard. >> reporter: anaheim police say this was the first physical confrontation between an off-duty l.a. police officer and
a group of teens after a series of previous complaints about neighborhood kids trampling the officer's lawn. the confrontation quickly escalated as the officer and teen argue. >> i didn't say that. why are you lying. i said i'm going to sue you! >> reporter: after struggling with the boy for several minutes, the officer was surrounded by teenagers and tackled by one of them. before pulling a gun, firing a single shot. police say the officer felt threatened and made the decision to use force. >> during the confrontation, it is alleged the 13-year-old boy made a threat against the officer that led the officer to believe that he was going to shoot him. >> reporter: today, city leaders and police are shaken by what they see. though the video does not show the entire encounter. >> i'm deeply disturbed and frankly angered by what it shows. the video shows an adult
wrestling with a 13-year-old kid and ultimately firing a gun. >> reporter: with police now protecting one of their own, hunkered down across the street from the officer's property, which was vandalized during a rowdy protest wednesday night, neighbors are divided over what happened here. >> they come to our property, they kick our stuff around, they shove stuff into our tree -- confront them and they are very bold. >> we are upset. there's no reason for an officer to respond like that. they are trained to actually apprehend the person in a professional way. >> reporter: this morning, the dangerous confrontation that went from a struggle to a shooting remains under investigation. but many here have seen enough. and are now drawing their own conclusions. the two teens arrested were later released. they have not faced any criminal charges, but investigators say all parties involved including that officer could still face
criminal charges. the investigation should be complete in a few days. back to you guys. >> miguel, thank you very much. important update now. we now know what poison was used on the attack of the half-brother of north korea's leader. it was a banned and highly toxic nerve agent. kelly cobiella has more on this. kelly, good morning. >> reporter: matt, good morning to you. yeah, another twist in this story in a frightening one. the malaysian police chief says that vx nerve agent, classified as a weapon of mass destruction, was used in the terminal of a crowded international airport to kill kim jong-nam. two women wiped kim jong-nam's face with a deadly nerve agent vx. investigators said the alleged killers washed their hands after the attack. one woman seen on surveillance video holding her hands away from her body. police say one of them was sick and vomiting. and that tests from kim
jong-nam's skin and eyes confirmed the poison. >> vx nerve agent, which is a chemical weapon. >> reporter: vx or venomous agent x, a tasteless, odorless liquid. experts say it's the deadliest nerve agent ever created. mere drops on the skin can kill and quickly, causing convulsions, eye pain and stopping breathing. kim jong-nam had a seizure in the ambulance and died before reaching the hospital. north korea is believed to have the third-largest stockpile of chemical weapons. this morning, malaysian officials say they're sweeping the airport for any trace of the deadly liquid. investigating how it got to the country and who might have smuggled it here. at the north korean embassy at kuala lumpur this morning, more denials. >> this is a lie. >> reporter: the north koreans deny they have been officially asked to cooperate. they say the investigation into the attack on kim jong-un's half-brother and one-time rival
is flawed and still haven't acknowledged that he's dead. seven north koreans are wanted for questioning, including a senior diplomat seen at the airport the day of the attack. and the malaysians say that diplomat is now in the north korean embassy in kuala lumpur, but no sign the north koreans will allow access to him. in fact, the war of words between the malaysians and the embassy is heating up. this morning, the malaysian foreign minister called the north korean ambassador delusional. matt? carson? >> a story that gets more and more bizarre. kelly, thank you very much. let's turn to the countdown to the oscars. hollywood, the big night on sunday. what exactly can you expect? joe fryer is out at the dolby theater in los angeles with a look ahead. joe, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, carson. they rolled out the red carpet which is currently covered by a white tarp. come sunday, this will be a runway for hollywood's biggest stars.
well, "la la land" has the most nominations, but anything can happen on a night that promises to be entertaining and likely political. ♪ city of stars >> reporter: how brightly will the city of stars shine upon "la la land"? with 14 nominations, the musical would need to win 11 oscars to tie the all-time record. >> "la la land" is a perfect film. >> reporter: an "snl" sketch poked fun that it wasn't everyone's favorite film. >> it was fun, the scene was good. i guess i just didn't think it was amazing singing. >> reporter: its biggest challenger is "moonlight" a coming of age tale that talks about race and sexuality. >> things are a little bit up in the air. >> reporter: the fight for lead actor has tightened. "manchester by the sea's" casey affleck swept up most of the awards this year, but denzel washington is gaining momentum. >> mow make sure they are doing right by you. >> reporter: when it comes to
the leading ladies, emma stone faces her toughest competition from isabelle huppert and natalie portman. viola davis seems unstoppable, seeking her first oscar win for a role that already brought her a tony. >> let your head rest in my hand. >> reporter: while "moonlight" is vying for supporting actor in a diverse list of nominees that follows the so-white controversy. no matter who wins, politics will likely take the stage if the recent golden globes is any nomination or indication. >> we need the principled press to hold power to account, to call them on the carpet for every outrage. >> reporter: "the new york times" will debut its first-ever oscars ad, with a message, the truth is more important than ever. a sign that with millions watching, hollywood's biggest night could become its most political. the mood of the show might be
dictated by host jimmy kimmel. he says when it comes to politics, he hopes to strike a balance. not too much. not too little. one more note, if lynn manuel miranda wins the oscar for best song, he'll become the youngest person to ever egot, winning the emmy, grammy, oscar and tony. carson and matt? >> very cool. that's great. >> thank you for that. we'll have more on the oscars a little later on in the program. and then we'll have our complete wrap-up of the winners and all the fashion monday right here on "today." if we hadn't been having such great weather in the northeast, i would be extremely jealous of al roker down in southern florida. al, what are you doing down there? >> we're down for the 16th annual south beach wine and food festival. we're here at lowes miami beach. i'm going to be bringing you the best chefs ever with some of the best breakfast tips ever. in the meantime, we have a tale of two countries going on right now.
if you look at what's happening in minnesota right now, there are blizzard warnings and watches. and we are looking at blinding snows. schools are closed throughout minnesota. it is a real mess there. and that storm system is going to be pushing to the east. as you look right now, there are 25 million people under some winter storm warning or advisory. 18 million people, i should say. and then as that pushes east, we are going to be looking at not only snow for the upper midwest, but severe storms for cleveland, detroit, indianapolis, a real mess. snowfall amounts anywhere from 6 to 12 inches of snow. then ahead of that, we've got record-setting warmth. look at these temperatures. i mean, we are looking for records, the spring highs stretching from the northeast for new york, cleveland, charleston, all the way down tallahassee, everybody looking to set some records. we'll get to your local forecast coming up in the next 30 seconds.
good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. still enjoying the sunshine but also chilly temperatures around the bay area. we'll see a high making it up to 51 degrees. a lot of clouds tomorrow and scattered showers. also more rain on sunday. then it dries out early next week. our temperatures will be gradually warm warming up, especially for the inland areas. looking at 64 degrees. the rain this weekend will be very light. >> more of that severe weather in the next half hour, guys. back to you. >> al, thank you very much. we'll see new a little while.
coming up, will former prep school student convicted in that assault case be granted a new trial? we've got new developments in the case as the father of his accuser speaks out in an emotional new interview. and then we take a look inside oscar campaigns, how they work and when they might go a little too far. but first, this is "today" on nbc. first, this is "today" on nbc. [crying] ahhhhhhhhhh! the price you see is the price you pay, unlike cable.
real ingredients. unbelievable taste. ==tvo== the situatn is improvinf a very good morning to you. 7:26. i'm laura garcia-cannon. the situation is improving for thousands of people hit hard by the flooding of coyote creek. people in rock springs neighborhood still under evacuation orders. most of the water that has been checked high earlier this week has been cleared. 3800 people remain under evacuation orders. it is now hoped that all remaining flood victims can return to their homes by sunday. also next tuesday city council members plan to ratify their recent emergency declaration. we will continue of course to follow that. and continue to go follow the forecast, kari hall. >> our weekend is looking much better. we are still going to see rain, but not expecting any heavy rainfall. we start out with chilly
temperatures. patchy frost. we have dropped below freezing in the north bay. highs reaching into the mid-50s. up to 51 today in san francisco with that sunshine. here's our first storm system moving across the pacific northwest bringing in light snow showers and rain. this will be a colder system. also fairly dry. only expected to bring a quarter inch of rain or less for the bay area with both storms moving through this weekend. good news there. now let's head over to mike to see if there's any good news on the roadway. >> dumbarton bridge, some avoiding. not much of a problem there. eastbound 580, repair from an earlier crash. overall, san rafael as well as
♪ 7:30 on a friday morning. the 24th day of february, 2017. yes, it's the end of february. it is 56 degrees out on the plaza. at this time of the morning, people in short sleeves out there. we are loveling it. we'll get outside in a little while. i'm matt lauer, alongside carson da daley. >> let's look at the headlines this morning. president trump makes history addressing the conservative political action conference. he is the first president speaking in his first year of office since ronlald reagan.
on thursday, feature guests included mike pence. two washington, d.c. police officers recovering after being shot, wounded in a late-night shoot-out. it happened in a neighborhood on the city's northeast side. officials say the officers were shot in the lower part of their bodies. their injuries not life-threatening. the suspect was shot and killed. and a power plant that stood in cleveland for more than a century is now a pile of rubble. [ explosion ] crews set off explosives overnight, imploding the lake shore plant. it will be used for now as green space for the community. in the meantime, a hearing to decide if former prep school student owen labrie will be wrapped up right now. he claims that he received ineffecti ivive counsel. morgan radford is at the white
house up in new hampshire. morgan, good morning to you. >> reporter: matt, good morning. owen labrie wants to tell his side of the story to a jury again. sentenced to one year, but out on bail. he's made a push for a retrial in the courthouse behind me. last night, i spoke with the father of his accuser, and he says there shouldn't be any redos. alex prout, said his daughter has come along way, since accusing owen labrie of sexual assault. >> she said, daddy, i'm no longer a victim. i'm a survivor. >> reporter: but he says seeing labrie is painful for his entire family. what's going through your mind? >> anger, heartbreak and disappointment. >> reporter: labrie is asking for a new trial, accusing his former defense counsel of dropping the ball. former lead attorney, j.w. karny denies it. >> do you believe your team
represented the defendant effectively at trial? >> yes. >> reporter: he says he presented damaging evidence from being presented in court. >> i put my heart and soul into this case. and did everything i could to help owen receive justice. >> reporter: labrie's trial got worldwide attention, with emotional testimony from his accuser, chessie prout. >> i was raped. >> guilty. >> reporter: labrie was convicted of sexual assault, child endangerment and using a computer to lure a minor for sex, a felony requiring him to register as a sex offender for life. but he was acquitted of the most serious charge, rape. chessy, first revealing her identity in an exclusive interview with savannah last summer. >> i feel ready to stand up and own what happened to me, and let other people know they can own it, too. >> reporter: now, speaking out
for the first time since labrie asked for a new trial, her father says his fight is far from over. do you think that he was adequately defended the first time? >> i would say remarkably so. >> reporter: and so, at this point, what's the best you can hope for? >> that this young man eventually takes responsibility for what he did to my daughter. >> reporter: since revealing her identity publicly on our show, chessy's father says she's found a community of support and since felt empowered. now, it's up to a judge to decide whether owen labrie gets a new trial. >> morgan radford. thank you very much. let's get a check of the weather from al who is down in florida. mr. roker? >> thanks so much. we're here for the 16th annual south beach wine and food festival. some of the greatest chefs ever to give you the best breakfast tips ever. and a facebook live after that. we'll tell you about that in a second. we've been telling you about a storm system that's pushing its way east. it's also bringing some severe
weather. today, we've got 30 million people under a severe risk. and the main threats for damaging winds, can't rule out tornadoes, from detroit down to lexington, back down to indianapolis and almost cleveland. that's where the strongest risk of storms are. looking at 31 million people also tomorrow, under a risk of marginal weather, damaging winds. local rain likely. we could look at one to three inches of rain good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. dry weather continues. a live look outside at the golden gate bridge. all beautiful starting out this day. very chilly. we dropped below freezing in the north bay. santa rosa, 29 degrees. also freezing in morgan hill. and widespread 30s around the bay area. bundle up as you head out. up 51 degrees today. scattered showers back in the for tomorrow and sunday. only expecting light rainfall
totals for the whole weekend. >> this weekend, when you need that weather, check out our friends at the weather channel on cable. guys? >> it's a little cloudy down there, al? >> yeah. we got some low fog. but the sun is just starting to break over the ocean. so, it's still miami beach. >> exactly. >> really nice here. >> not here. >> really nice. we're having great weather here. >> thank you very much. coming up, have you seen this? this is unbelievable. video of what you can happen when you use a drone to give tigers exercise. what really goes into an jumping beans - only at kohl's reimagined for everyday play. and right now 50% off. styles that inspire adventure for kids with big imaginations.
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be a white-knuckle fight. >> millions of dollars. tons of time. >> reporter: scott feinberg covers awards for "the hollywood reporter." >> the same way that the political season that leads up to an election. there's primaries. caucuses. >> reporter: every year, studios deploy an army of award strategists. bruce feldman has worked on campaigns for movies like "glad dwr yater." >> i think you've seen aggressive efforts, what people call whisper campaigns. >> john nash was one of the most brilliant minds. >> "a beautiful mind," that the guy played by russell crowe, had made anti-semitic remarks. >> reporter: you they that occurred -- >> not a question. >> reporter: john nash said he could have made offensive statements. a representative for a competing studio, miramax, directing their attention to the reports. miramax denied any involvement
in the negative stories. >> there was a famous case of an op-ed being written, supposedly, by robert weiss, the oscar. winni winning director of "west side story," endorsing "gangs of new york." it was written by a publicist. >> reporter: a publicist working on an o oez pod campaign. weissman says weiss suggested the contents. it sparked a controversy. the academy banned advertising, using quotes from academy members. >> many times, you're so passionate about wanting the movies to be recognized that you might overstep your bounds. >> reporter: dennis rice ran awards campaigns at disney. what are the types of things you've seen colleagues in the industry do? >> sometimes gifts are given. >> what are you going to tell me about ryan turk. >> reporter: n"nocturnal animal" this got lots of from the golden
globes. >> they did not respond to our request for comment. >> i don't like the room service here. >> starin stone buys coach watches for everybody. and believe it or not, she is nominated for "the mousse." >> i have three adolescent sons. i can't remember what i had for lunch. let alone some gift notion from another century. the hollywood foreign press, instructed its members to return the watches and the purr fume. not only supports campaigning. joaquin phoenix called it total, utter b.s. anthony hopkins called it disgusting. and monique refused to campaign for her film "precious," a fact she brought up in her oscar speech. >> i would like to thank the academy for showing it can be about the performance and not the politics. >> reporter: she says she was black balled in the ciindustry
because she didn't play the game. some question if campaigning even works. we counted up every advertisement to see who is trying to spy their way to a nomination. what did you find? >> money probably can't buy you an oscar win. but it seems to buy you a nomination. >> we asked for this mission. >> reporter: it's not fool-proof. "silence" had a big ad buy and got a less buzzy cinematography nomination. but strategists like dennis rice say, whatever the result, they shape how art gets seen. >> it gives the audience permission to understand the movie from the right context. >> reporter: you know, viewers are going to hear a very, very skilled guy that's run a lot of the campaigns saying, we're giving the audience permission to see the movie in the way we want them to see the movie. it's almost like sci-ops here. >> it would be an overstatement to say we can manipulate the audience. the best we can hopeful is they'll watch the movie, agree
with us or not, and vote based on their opinion. >> reporter: the strategists we spoke with said this is business as usual. and in their view, there's nothing wrong with it. and one of them made the campaign, compared to political campaigns, it's pretty tame. >> thanks for taking all of the fun out of sunday night. i appreciate that. >> i aim to not please, matt. >> appreciate it. another quick reminder, we'll have all of the wrap-up, the winners, the fashion here on "today." coming up, sheinelle in the orange room for carson. one runner's personal best that that was invigorating! you're probably wondering why i've just carved a giant wooden tiger. well, the answer is that a real one would maul me. i've crafted dr. whiskers here as a visual aid to show you that should you visit the lot, carmax associates will not pounce like tigers because people don't like that. come here to buy a car. dr. whiskers won't pounce.
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good friday morning. we're coming up on 7:56 with some sunshine. and chilly temperatures with highs today expected to reach the mid-50s. 55 in the peninsula. 53 in the east bay. and a breezy 51 degrees for san francisco. much of the heavier rain stays offshore. inland areas, looking at rain throughout the morning. clearing out during the night. and then another weak storm system arriving on sunday. with all of this, we are looking at the poe of most areas getting less than a tenth of an inch of rain in sports of the north bay, maybe quarter inch. this will be a much lighter storm system compared to what we have seen in the past. and temperatures will be staying cool heading into next week. into the low 50s. making it up to 60 by thursday. now an update on the roadways.
things are looking pretty great considering the week we had. no major crashes. repair after an early morning crash clearing off the richmond bridge. the bay bridge toll plaza, that's a live picture. oakland, northbound, to the coliseum, up into downtown, pretty standard. >> 7:57. happening now, more san jose flood victims are returning to their homes after this week's devastating coyote creek flood. what some evacuees say it felt like when they were finally allow to go return. when it comes to wet winters, it may be a record setter for the state of california. many of the state's drought concerns in the rear-view mirror. another update in half an hour.
it's 8:00 on "today." and coming up, center stage, president trump speaking at a conference of the nation's top conservatives this morning. >> our victory was a win like nobody has ever seen before. >> a day after appearances from key members of his team. vice president mike pence, kellyanne conway, and controversial strategist, steve bannon. this as some trump voters give us their take on the new administration. ♪ i got the eye of the tiger >> plus, eye of the tiger. this group of big cats giving chase to some unusual prey. a drone buzzing overhead, one of them taking it down. the hunt going viral this morning. ♪ don't want to wait until the
sun's sinking ♪ >> and little big town in the big city. the grammy award-winning group swings by studio 1a for a special live performance today, friday, february 24th, 2017. ♪ >> this is our trip to new york city! >> hello to our friends in fredericksburg, virginia. >> hello to our all friends in mississippi. ♪ >> from tween to teen, spending our 13th birthdays in nyc. >> nice to see you. >> we're back now at 8:00 on a friday morning, 24th day of february, twai2017. we talked about it a couple of minutes ago. first of all, we've got an
enormous crowd out on the plaza. a lot of people off for this presidents day week and beyond. we're happy to have them here. and what about this weather? >> beautiful. >> it's like 56, 57 degrees, sunny, beautiful here in the northeast. and carson is here for savannah today. but our time missing her is coming to an end. she is the going to be back next friday, a week from today. we're looking forward to that. >> we're looking forward to that, for sure. >> and we have jenna bush hager here and sheinelle jones here as well. >> thanks for inviting the ladies! >> al is with us, but down in florida. he's with some well-known foodie friends. he's at the south beach wine and food festival, and coming up, we're going to share some tips for creating the ultimate breakfast menu. >> that looks like fun. we've got to get down there one time. up next week, to go along with savannah's return, as we mentioned, we're going to have a full roundup of the oscars live from hollywood on monday. also monday, former president
george w. bush will be here for an exclusive live interview. tell us about his special tribute to some of america's veterans. >> you might want to clean up your office. >> yes, my cubicle. >> on tuesday, we are going to capitol hill. the show's going to be there. matt will be there exclusively to talk to house speaker paul ryan. we'll take a live tour of the capitol. looking forward to that show. this is on tuesday here on "today". >> and on wednesday, "the tonight show," jimmy fallon is dropping by and on thursday, superstar j.lo will also be here. pretty big week! >> that's okay. you guys might want to just stick around. you can stay here all week. let's get a check of the morning's headlines. time for your news at 8:00. >> i'm kristen welker at the white house. today, president trump is firing up the party faithful, speaking at the conservative political action conference. his message this morning, he called his victory a win for conservative values. the president vowing construction will start soon on his border wall and again promising to repeal and replace obamacare. his speech comes on the heels of
appearances by his top advisers thursday. >> this will be tpac when he's here. >> reporter: including a rare public appearance by chief strategist, steve bannon, usually in the shadows, stepping into the spotlight. >> every day, it is going to be a fight. >> reporter: ramping up his war of words with the media, which he calls the opposition party. >> if you look at, you know, the opposition party and how they portrayed the campaign, how they portrayed the transition, now they're portraying the administration, it's always wrong. >> reporter: and bannon joining chief of staff, reince priebus, to knock down rumors they don't get along. >> actually, i cherish his friendship. >> yeah, you know, i can run a little hot on occasions. and reince is indefatigable. it's low-key, but his determination. >> reporter: this all comes as president trump is trying to show fresh strength on the world stage, again vowing to expand the u.s. nuclear capability in an interview with reuters. >> a dream would be that no country would have nukes. but if countries are going to
have nukes th s ths the, we're be at the top of the pack. >> reporter: and when asked if he would meet with north korea's leader after that country's recent provocations. >> you know, i would never say "no." it may be very late. >> reporter: but the president raising eyebrows for suggesting the military may help deport people here at home. >> we're getting gang members out, we're getting drug lords out, we're getting really bad dudes out of this country. and it's a military operation. >> reporter: the white house later clarifying what he meant by "military operation." >> the president was using that as an adjective. it's happening with precision. >> reporter: the president's comments even contradicted by his own secretary of homeland security. >> there will be no -- repeat, no mass deportations. no, repeat, no use of military force in immigration operations. none. >> reporter: and overnight, a growing backlash after the president reversed an obama-era
directive that lets public schools allow the bathroom that matches their gender identity. now caitlyn jenner speaking out for the first time in a video. >> now i have a message for president trump, from one republican to another, this is a disaster. and you can still fix it. you made a promise to protect the lbgtq community. call me. >> reporter: and let's take another live look at president trump speaking at cpac right now, trying to energize the base. he's touching on a whole host of conservative themes, everything from trade to immigration. meanwhile, as for that caitlyn jenner video, the white house hasn't commented yet on the video. and there's also a new headline here today over marijuana. press secretary sean spicer telling reporters yesterday the department of justice is looking into more seriously enforcing laws against recreational use of the drug. the president also set to sign an executive order on regulatory
reform today. matt? >> all right, kristen welker at the white house this morning, kristen, thanks so much. now a serious scare for passengers on a plane that was landing in the netherlands. video shows the dash 8 prop plane wobbling. it was facing powerful winds as it approached the runway. on touchdown, one of the landing gear collapses. that caused the plane's massive propellers to strike the ground. the aircraft slowed to a stop, coming to a rest on one wing. remarkably, none of the 59 passengers onboard was hurt. >> thank goodness. also caught on camera, a remarkable cat and mouse game of sorts. a wildlife park in china used a flying drone to exercise a group of siberian tigers, but the workout quickly came into a hunt when a quick cat pounces, snatching the drone right out of the sky, and naturally the tigers attempted to eat it. or maybe they just wanted a chew toy. the tigers were eventually scared away from that drone when it started to smoke. >> lesson learned. straight ahead, a skier falling during a jump, that's
not really a big deal, right? well, why the person beneath that helmet had fans of one football team very much on edge. >> one very good football team, by the way. and what's the hardest question you've ever faced during a job interview. the new list that's going to make your answers seem tame. and a bizarre twist in a very strange case. a woman wrongfully in prison for making threats against his former fiancee's wife and impersonating her online. police now saying she was framed by the alleged victim. she'll share her story exclusively, but first, these messages. getting the most out of life doesn't just mean being there when things go wrong. it's about being here... in all of life's moments. when things go perfectly... right. ♪
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the toughest interview questions. i know it's early. i want to give you a couple. what is the capital of canada? >> ottawa. >> exactly right. a lot of people get tripped up on that one. this one is tougher. this comes from the clothing store express. if your current employer had an anniversary party, what five words would be written on the cake to describe you? >> not that you're lying, you say what they want to hear. >> like? >> reliable. loyal. >> on time. >> brilliant. >> i think don nash would say brilliant. >> i would be happy to have an anniversary, actually. >> all right. here's another one. this one is from twitter. name a brand in a best represents you as a person. what would it be? >> hallmark. >> oh, really. >> really? >> yes. i just share the love. >> what about you, sheinelle? >> that's pressure. >> a brand. >> a brand. >> that represents you.
>> i don't know. i can't think of anything. >> you would be bud. >> i would be a split between harley davidson and budweiser. >> i would be cheerios. come on. not as bad as hallmark. come on. >> i can't think. >> cinnamon toast crunch with whole milk. >> it didn't say name a cereal. >> we'll give you a redo in a minute. tom brady gave all of new england a heart attack with his latest instagram video. check this out. tom on the slopes, headed straight for a jump, except he does not stick the landing. one of his skis flies off. patriot fans bombarding his post, asking if he's okay, including david beckham. are you okay? don't scare us like this. brady responding, all good. just my left shoulder, which isn't very important to me anyway. >> you raised an important question. are they allowed to do things like that? >> i was thinking it took a little cajones to do the job.
>> i don't think you can. hallmark. hallmark. but you're right. he didn't have to post it. >> i couldn't think of -- >> hallmark. i can't think straight. >> to do the jump, took some guts. but to post it online, took some major guts, right? >> guts would have worked the first time, also. clearly, some patriots fans don't think that's the smartest move. here's an athlete with a questionable decision. one of the team's guards puts the ball down to tie her shoe in the middle of the game. >> this is going to happen. the other team steals the ball. breakaway, two points. >> oops. >> would have felt worse if northwestern lost the game. luckily for her. >> she must have had one of those parents that is like tie your shoe. >> if she would have tripped, something else could have happened. >> pass the ball and then tie your shoe. >> that's northwestern. that's big league. >> i'm going to only say positive things.
go, cats. >> there you go. you have "pop start"? >> i do. "the voice" is going to premiere on monday. you will see awesome auditions. we got a first look of the coaches performing in this video for "waterfalls" that will air this season. ♪ don't go chasing waterfalls please stick to the rivers and the lakes that you're used to ♪ ♪ i know that you're gonna have it your way or nothing at all ♪ ♪ but i think you're movining t fast, ooh, yeah ♪ >> love it. "the voice," returning season 12, monday at 8:00 eastern, 7:00 central here on nbc. >> who hosts that show? >> some loser. next up, "saturday night live" has revealed its host and musical guest for march. people are excited. for good cause. shows octavia spencer and father
john misty. followed by scarlett johansson and lord march 11th. that has people speculating that lord may be able to release new music. beyonce, the beehive was not feeling. two months after coachella, beyonce revealed she will no longer be headlining at the show. doctors say she should take it easy as she moves along in her pregnancy. she will be the headliner at next year's festival. as a result of departure, ticket resale prices have dropped 12%. >> that was one of her questions if she would be there. >> you underestimate how you expand with twins. you have to stay off your feet and rest. >> carson, thank you very much. back down to south beach. al has another check of the weather. >> hey, guys, a nice crowd here at the lowe's miami beach hote., we're down by the pool.
just prepping our area over here, where we're going to have some of the best chefs in the country giving you some of the best breakfast tips ever. first of all, let's show you what's happening as far as your weather is concerned. our big concern is this big storm system that's got 18 million people right now under some sort of storm risk. winter storm risk, stretching from the dakotas all the way into the upper great lakes. ahead of the system, we have storms from cleveland, detroit, indianapolis. the snowfall amounts we're talking 6 to as you get into the u.p. of michigan, 12 inches of snow. ahead of the system, springtime highs. records will be set today from new york, cleveland, louisville, atlanta, down to tallahassee and out into charleston. as we push into tomorrow, we're looking at more warm weather. but cooler air comes in behind it. good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. we also have cooler than normal temperatures and look at where we begin this morning.
frosty conditions in the trivalley with some sunshine. and it is 33 degrees right now in the north bay. at least it is sunny. we continue on with some dry weather, going to see the highs reaching into the mid-50s today. 51 degrees, though, in san francisco. and into the weekend, our temperatures hold steady, but we'll see an increase in clouds and spotty light showers throughout the weekend. that's your latest weather. matt, look over here. we have all of our all-star chefs getting it together. all hanging out. all here. all ready to start cooking and giving you the big tips. yeah. >> fly home with some of the food, al. thank you very much. see you in a couple of minutes. this morning, we're hearing for the first time from a woman at the center of a story around the country. michelle hadley was put in jail for allegedly stalking her fian
fiance's former wife. we'll talk to michelle exclusively. first, "dateline's" dennis murphy has her story. >> reporter: the charges and the headlines were devastating to michelle hadley's parents, michael and suzanne. they couldn't, wouldn't believe it. nothing in cracter with >> there's nothing in character with the michelle that you raised here? >> not at all. >> police said michelle sent threatening e-mails to a woman named angela diaz. she had recently married michelle's ex-fiancee. >> there was clear evidence to believe michelle was sending the e-mails. >> but then the cyber threats became darker and even dangerous. michelle was suspected of responding to craigslist rape fantasy ads in angela's aims and directing men to angela's home. angela called 9d 11 saying none of those men attacked her. >> this is way beyond misdemeanor mischief. this is a criminal act. >> most definitely. >> michelle was arrested but insisted she was innocent.
it took months but eventually they unralveled the forensics. >> i'm here to announce the filing of a felony complaint against angela marie diaz. >> in a already beyond strange case this turned things up to 11. the d.a. said angela diaz was the mastermind and soul actor in an elaborate scheme to portray herself as a victim. she had quite simply framed michelle. >> michelle is accused to be angela that turned out to be angela pretending to be michelle pretending to be angela. >> inviting men to her own home to rape her. inflicting injuries on herself and all to put her husband's ex-girlfriend behind bars. what's more at least for a few months authorities say she
succeeded. >> we should mention angela diaz pleaded not guilty. michelle is with us exclusively along with her attorney. good morning to both of you. >> good morning. >> what's it like to live through this. >> who identify something it's your worse nightmare coming true. >> when you are being accused of all of these things, of sending the threatening e-mails of then sending men to angela's house to have sex with her forcibly you were telling the police i'm not doing this did you think they believed you. >> no, i got the sense it was the opposite. they didn't want to hear my side of the story. >> there's an extra part of this. when the relationship with your exfiancee broke up you did send e-mails to him that were nasty. >> i wouldn't call them nasty but i would say that the language i used was more forceful than i would normally take but the tone and the language was very different from what angela was using. >> but if you read those e-mails
as a police officer do you think they would have lead you to be a likely suspect in what was happening with angela diaz. >> i think that the police have a responsibility to do a true thorough investigation regardless of what they suspect off of something speculative. >> we reached out to the anaheim police department for comment. here's what they said. we believe our actions were appropriate based on the evidence known to us at the time. in addition it was the persistent efforts of the detective that ultimately uncovered the truth that lead to michelle's exoneration. how do you feel about that? >> i believe that the police had enough information available to them before they arrested me the first time to know that it wasn't me doing it. >> ironically, angela diaz although she pleaded not guilty, she is being held in the same jail where you spent three months. that's an unbelievable twist. >> yeah. it's very weird to watch the
case from the other side now and having gone through that knowing what it's like. >> did you have any contact with her? did you have any relationship? you never met her? >> no, not before any of this happened. i had no idea who she was and i'm getting a restraining order from her. >> do you have any idea why she had this feeling toward you. >> i have my theories. >> what's your theory. >> well, there was a condo issue and to me it's about the condo because otherwise what threat am i? i was out of the picture. >> you call this the ultimate identity theft. >> the perfect storm of catfishing. >> and you filed a lawsuit. >> yes. well, there's a process in california but we're in that process, yes. >> what do you think the outcome will be and what's the cautionary tale here?
>> michelle's name is being cleared. anaheim is going to have to be held accountable in front of a jury for what they did. what's a cautionary tale? be nice. don't do these things to people. >> i would imagine you're looking forward to getting this behind you. >> yes, very much so. >> i appreciate you telling your story here on the show. thank you very much. good luck to you. >> thank you very much and you can see more of this story tonight on date line. that's at 10:00, 9:00 central here on nbc. let's go to carson. >> thanks, coming up a live performance from these awesome fine folks, little big town and then al and his all star chefs share their secrets all morning long for an amazing breakfast. but first your local news and weather. i'm ...
==tvo== the situatiois improvinto a good morning on your friday, 8:26. i'm sam brock. the situation is improving to a degree for thousands of people hit hard this week by the flooding in coyote creek. people in the rock springs neighborhood are still under mandatory evacuation orders, but as you can tell from the video there, a lot of that water that at one point was chest high earlier this week has been pumped out. based on the last update we got thursday morning, 3800 people remain under a mandatory evacuation order at this point, but it is hoped that all those remaining flood victims can return to their homes by sunday. also, next tuesday, city council members plan on ratifying their local emergency declaration. mike is tracking a newly developed crash on 87. what do you know? >> we have a easy drive for most of the bay, right down here in san jose, a crash originally reported blocking the fast lane,
but two middle lanes, sounds like a motorcycle is involved and i'm waiting to find out about the condition of the driver. this is jamming up traffic north 87 from 85 to that scene. continue over toward highway 17 or take 101 starting to show a little more slowing and you can see that. folks traveling over on the capital express way will join in there, you see the slower drive 101. ripple effect even on this friday, lighter commute for the south bay. also a huge -- we will maintain a lighter flow, that might help. >> thank you, mike. back in 30 minutes with more news.
♪ ♪ take me down take me down ♪ ♪ take me down we're back, now, 8:30 on a friday morning. the 24th day of february. i cannot get over how beautiful it is outside. this is -- >> this is the best. >> where are you from? >> detroit, michigan. >> we have to tell you, this is not our normal weather here. you're lucky. you brought nice weather with you. >> i'll bring it next time. >> that's a deal. >> come on, carson. >> talking to my friends.
>> happy birthday. >> the music you're listening to, "little white church" by little big down. the grammy performers are in our studio. al is down at the big south beach wine and food festival. for the rest of the morning, he will be cooking for some of the industry's biggest names. al, while you're there, why tonight you give us a check of the weather after the toast. >> here's to good friends, good food, and a good time. >> yes. >> salut. >> all right. i'll tell you, my forecast is going to be a little shaky after this. whoa. anyway, let's show you -- >> in the storm. >> looking at the weekend outlook. my outlook is i'm going to be blot t blotto. california, finally out of the drought. august 2013, it was a mess. by 2014, we had a huge amount of the state under exceptional
drought. by the beginning of this year, january, the exceptional drought ends. and look at what happened by today. we're almost completely out of the drought. that is good news. your weekend outlook, rain and storms in the northeast on saturday. showers along the central california coast. snow around the great lakes. sunday, sunday, windy and colder in the northeast. plenty of sunshine along the eastern seaboard. another big storm gets itself together. back through the cascades, the intermountain r we still have dry weather across the bay area right now at 40 degrees in san jose. breezy temperatures this morning, making it above freezing in parts of the north bay now. oakland, 43, and in livermore, 35, with highs today reaching 61 in san francisco. off and on light rain for the weekend, not expecting any heavy rainfall totals, and drying out as we head into early next week.
>> guys, coming up poolside, here at lowe's miami beach. the nine greatest chefs in america, giving you breakfast tips. not only on our show, but on facebook live. go to our "today" show facebook page. all coming up. thank you, you guys. >> appreciate it. let's continue with our ongoing series "in trump they trust." nicolle wallace has been hitting the road, visiting people who helped elect president trump. >> you can't get rid of me today. >> happy to have you. >> so, president trump is the first republican to win wisconsin since ronald reagan. by appealing to lifelong democrats. and while hillary clinton never visited that state, that was supposed to be part of her so-called blue wall. we went back to the badger state to find out how some of them are feeling about their vote now. it's milking and feeding time, at the la plant family farm in
sturgeon bay. if you want to hear what they think about donald trump, you have to help with the chores first. >> they will come to you. >> reporter: why doesn't he ever say anything bad about putin? >> maybe we need them in the long run to fight radical islam. better to have a few allies in that department than be all alone. we've done this alone for how long? >> reporter: on this farm, the president gets plenty of pasture, even for the controversial travel ban. >> maybe he didn't handle it the right way. but is there ever going to be a right way to handle that. if it keeps us safe. >> reporter: do you think that's in line with our values of the country? >> there's a small group of radicals that makes everyone look bad. >> reporter: these aren't the opinions of a launch republican. brian la plant was a democrat all his life. >> did you vote for obama? >> do i have to admit that?
>> reporter: i think you did. >> i voted for him two times. i was a democrat. now, i don't know what i am. >> reporter: he's still a farmer, up at 4:00 a.m. to milk his herd of 84 cows, a job that doesn't end until the sun goes down. >> you can't just quit this. >> reporter: but brian says leaving the democratic party was an easy choice. >> we thought democrat was for the working people. i don't think that's the case anymore. they forgot about us. >> reporter: hillary clinton didn't come here this year. >> thinking it was a lock. the center of the country is where we work with our hands. we actually got our president this time around. >> reporter: being a woman and supporting trump, people are like, how can you? brian's daughter, holly, helped break the democrats' hold on this family. >> a lot of people like me got this wrong because we got it wrong because we thought that women would be offended by some of the things he said. did any of the things he -- >> no. no. he's just a guy. i don't know how well you guys
know wisconsinites, we like to call it how we call it. he fits well with us. >> he's a business man. and the country should be run like a business. >> reporter: but some of wisconsin's larger dairies worry that this week's sweeping changes to immigration policy could hurt business. john also supports donald trump. but says his dairy can't survive would immigrants. >> the cows need to be milked every day same time. they're filling the void of the jobs people don't want to do anyway. they love their work. they love to work. they make a good living and send money back home. it's a big deal. >> reporter: many of his employees are scared they will be deported. but he still supports the president. >> fix the system so they can fill the zbloobs jobs that we n.
>> reporter: back at the la plant farm, holly is hoping to take over the farm from her dad. she is firm in her support for president trump. what about the tweeting? do you like that he tweets? or do you think he gets himself in trouble? >> it's just his way. he doesn't have to change who he was from previous just because he is now the president. should he try to do things a little differently? yes. but he doesn't have to change who he is. that defeats the purpose of us voting for him in the first place. >> he's ruffling a lot of feathers, which is what we were looking for. i don't know. people just need to give him a chance. we did that with obama. we gave him a chance. now, let's give this guy a chance. >> reporter: what advice do you have for him? >> you any he will call me? >> he might. >> that would be the greatest thing that could happen if we could get him on a small dairy. have him come out and walk around with his boots on, like you.
>> reporter: exit polls show 63% of wisconsin voters had a negative opinion of donald trump on election day. but 21% of those who viewed him unfavorably, voted for him anyway. >> that's fascinating. were those people hoping that trump would come through for him? >> those people felt like someone was speaking to them for the first time. the thing that he said that just struck me, struck a nerve, that people that worked with their hands had been ignored for so long. >> and the perception that democrats would told them down on jobs. now, they have a switch. and they feel like mr. trump was the answer. >> and the heartening piece for his critics is nothing is lost on him. none of his missteps are lost on the voters. >> fascinating stuff. >> thanks. next, how about show breakfast from the likes of martha stewart and katie lee right now? some of the tips of the day coming for you. we'll go back down to florida and al. first, this is "today" on nbc.
"today food" is brought to you by blue diamond almond breeze. >> it's 8:41 now. back with "today's food." and al has taken us back to south beach. we're salivating, al. >> all right, guys. i'm in the catbird seat now. i have four of the greatest chefs going today. "today food" is on the move. of course, right here, the south beach fine and food festival. and that is where the culinary world has converged, starting off with four of the best. joining us, to show you some of their breakfast secrets. martha stewart. we have kately lee, co-host of "the kitchen." marcus samuelsson. and alex of food network's chop
junior. >> the simplest. but the hardest. >> the hardest but to make a hard boiled and soft boiled egg. start with cold water for the soft boiled. put them in cold water for a soft three minutes. time them exactly. take them out, eat. for a medium, this is a perfect soft boiled egg, four minutes. >> all right. >> that's it. for hard boiled, you can put the eggs into cold water, bring them to a raging boil. when they are boiling, cover, turn off the heat. >> yes. >> and put your timer on for a sma small/medium egg, it's 12 minutes. for a large, extra large egg, 13 minutes. >> take them out of the water. >> you don't get the ugly green side on it. >> there's no green. it's perfect. >> love it. >> a little soft in the middle. >> all right. >> to take your smoothie with you, katie lee, you say make your smoothie popsicle.
>> i eat greek yogurt, and fruit every day. if you're on the go, you can make it into a little pop. i have vanilla greek yogurt. you can use plain and add honey if you like. i'm doing raspberries today. >> you can do blueberries or a banana. >> they took my banana away. okay. so, put the lid on. blend it up. if the power is working. there we go. there we go. and then, you just layer it with some granola into little ice pop molds. >> so fancy. >> a "today" breakfast tip. >> easy. >> it's easy. >> spilling it. >> it's okay. >> that's live television. and you can also do it with kale. and do a little green pop. with some banana in there. >> katie lee, thank you very much. this is "today's" all-star breakfast tips. marcus, what are you doing? >> you have left overpasta sauce from last night.
we have a little thoomato sauce. a little sausage. capers and olives. we get a nice briny flavor. i'm going to drop two eggs in. this is a delicious breakfast. my favorite sunday eggs. throw in some salt. stop eating the ice cream. we're having breakfast. good. you've done that before. >> yeah. >> and then, you have an amazing in the pan beautiful egg toast. >> look at that. >> it's worth it. when it's this good. >> that's fantastic. all right. >> try to do it. >> it's so good. so elegant. that's good, right? >> fantastic. alex. >> good morning. >> you have a great tip, for as you say, your vegetable -- your fruit gets ghetto fabulous. >> you toss it in the pan with a little jam and a tiny splash of vinegar, just a tiny splash for
the brightness. you can put it on yogurt, toast, whatever. okay. all right. we're having a little seduction breakfast right now. >> i love this. >> yeah. i can see that. >> that's fantastic. >> and people think you got up early and made this jam. that's a great breakfast tip. it looks like it took two hours. >> if you want more all-star break fast t breakfast tips, we're going to do a facebook live. all our talented chefs will help us with a facebook live. two to facebook.com/todayfood. it will be spectacular. breakfast tips to amaze your friends. chefs, thank you so much. martha, katie, marcus, and alex. >> that's really good. the thing that marcus made. delicious. al, thanks so much. coming up, finally, they've been here all morning. little big town will perform their newest hit live in studio 1a. first, this is "today" on nbc.
the citi concert series on "today" is proudly presented to you by citi. >> it is a very big day for grammy winners little big town. celebrating the release of "the breaker," their seventh studio album. >> little big down is jimi westbrook, kimberly schlapman, phillip sweet and karen fairchild. how does it feel after seven years? >> it's just as exciting. we've been waiting for this day forever. >> and tell us about this song, "better man." it was written by an up-and-coming singer. >> who wrote this song? >> taylor swift wrote this. she sent phillip an e-mail with the song in it. we're thankful it didn't go in his spam folder. she had written it and she said , i hear your aharmonies on her. and we fell in love with it. >> an abundancecy of hit songs
to send to your friends. >> you ready to sing? >> yeah. >> little big town. ♪ i know i'm probably better off on my own ♪ ♪ than loving a man who didn't know what he had ♪ ♪ when he had it and i see the permanent damage you did to me ♪ ♪ never again, i just wish i could forget ♪ ♪ when it was magic i wish it wasn't 4:00 a.m. ♪ ♪ standing in the mirror saying to myself ♪ ♪ you know you had to do it i know ♪ ♪ the bravest thing i ever did was run ♪ ♪ sometimes in the middle of the
night i can feel you again ♪ ♪ and i just miss you and i just wish you were ♪ ♪ a better man and i know why we had to say good-bye like the back of my hand ♪ ♪ and i just miss you and i just wish you ♪ ♪ were a better man ♪ a better man ♪ i know i'm probably better off all alone ♪ ♪ than needing a man who could change his mind at any given minute ♪ ♪ and it's always on your terms i'm hanging on every careless word ♪ ♪ hoping it might turn sweet again ♪ ♪ like it was in the beginning ♪ but your jealousy i can hear it now ♪ ♪ you're talking down to me like i'd always be around ♪ ♪ you push my love away
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we're back to bring buddy week to an end. >> that's a nice way of putting it. thank you for having me. >> we have willie here. you have a big show on sunday. >> we do, indeed. academy award sunday. i sat down with the man whose story inspired "lion." so, tell me about the real-life moment, the moment that gives you chills in the movie, when you spot that configuration, including the water tower. and you zoom in and you zoom in and you say, that's it? >> i close my eyes at that point in time and said, please, god, let me see my family again. i zoomed in on the train track and scrolled and scrolled. and i thought, you know, this looks something familiar. and so, i zoomed in and i sawto. and i'm like, is this a dream? is my mom playing a game? that was such a pivotal moment
of my life. >> it's the story of a 5-year-old indian boy lost on a train, separated from his family. adopted by an australian family. live there's were 26 years, and returns home with google earth to find his family. >> you hear the story. it's incredible. >> you have that sunday. a great show. we have mandy moore coming up.i'm ... within theast twenty mites - authoritis cfirmed that a good friday morning at 8:56. i'm sam brock. within the last 20 minutes, authorities have confirmed that a young woman whose body was discovered last night on the banks of the alameda creek is that of a young tracy woman who last month crashed her car into alameda creek during heavy rain. a man walking his dog made that discovery. investigators say the body had been underwater for some time. crews spent days searching for 18-year-old jada jenkins who you
see here after her car crashed on january 21st. her family was still holding out hope she may have survived. very tragic news. happening now, we'll have a live report for our midday newscast and more information on our home page. a big hit this morning for one of the nation's oldest department stores. jcpenney will close down more than 100 stores in the next few months. you can learn what's prompting those closures. president trump just addressed republicans at cpac. his message about safety, security and, of course, about the media. we'll have more news for you coming up in 30 minutes. for now, we return to the "today" show.
this morning on "today's take," award-winning singer and actress, jordin sparks is our celebrity co-host. and another talented star from "this is us, kwtmandy moore. and the ultimate february freebie giveaway. but you have to be in it to win it. so, tune in. coming up now. >>m nbc news, this is "today's take," live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. [ cheers ] >> 2017. good morning. i'm sheinelle jones. and listening to "one step at a time" by our guest co-host,
jordin sparks. al is in palm beach, at the food and wine. it should be a good morning. welcome back to you. >> thank you. i had so much fun yesterday. >> full disclosure. we haven't made eye contact all morning long. hi. >> hi. >> and al normally pays attention to the mechanics of the show. i just yap. our floor director is like, do you know what this means? isn't that a wrestler or something? >> we have 30 seconds. this means 30 seconds. we'll go to black it's because i have no clue what he's talking about. so, you're going to be performing the national anthem this weekend. we talked about that at the daytona 500. that's huge. >> i'm superexcited. >> do you think about it every day? or do you put it in the back of your mind? >> i try not to overthink it. if i overan chalyze and i get there. >> i thought we buried this here. in addition to singing, you're
going to do a little soaring, as well. flying with the thunderbirds from the united states air force. >> yeah. that's me. a little "top gun" action. >> i don't know if you can pay me to do that. are you nervous? >> i'm superexcited. i love rollercoasters. >> you're a thrill-seeker. >> it's like the ultimate rollercoaster. we don't have to do flips or anything. yes, please. >> you want to do flips? >> i'll be up with those guys. look at this. >> looks like so much fun. >> have you ever done anything like this? >> i haven't been up in a jet before. especially not like this. >> physically, doesn't it do something to you? don't you have to prepare? >> there's a g-force up there, just because it's so crazy. your body can react in different ways. we'll see. >> you don't know what your body will do? >> i have no idea. >> after you sing? >> no. i'll do it tomorrow. they're going to do the flyover while i do the anthem.
i don't know how i would get up after i sing. >> quite the weekend. >> yeah. >> we'll have pictures and video on monday. >> of course. >> everybody is talk about the oscars this weekend. we're going to play a little game for you. the academy awards is sunday. you play along. i don't know this, either. according to a new poll from "the hollywood reporter," 60% of people couldn't name one movie nominated for best picture this year. i think it's harder than you would think. yesterday, i went out on the plaza. i put some of our fans to the test. and i asked them to name one of the best nominees this year. take a look. >> oh, my goodness. >> "loved." >> "beloved"? >> da vinci. monet. >> god. a moon? >> "la la land." >> "la la land." >> "manchester by the sea." "la la land." >> "la la land."
"fence "fences." "hidden figures." "manchester by the sea." >> she was impressive. >> she did really good. yesterday, we were mentioning it. and i was like, i cannot name -- >> you couldn't. >> and i should be able to do this. i did see "arrival," which is one that's nominated. and it was so, so good. >> was it good? >> yes. it was amazing. i'm very behind on my tv and film. i have the largest list ever. when we were talking about this, i fail completely. >> and willie xwoogeist was tal about "lion" and i haven't seen that. 70% of respondents, like us, they plan to watch the shows. and they plan to watch the oscars. speaking of academy awards and best pictures, we have a game. "picture this." >> okay. >> we're going to show best picture winners, written in
emoji form. i don't know movies. >> oh, no. >> here's the clue. last year's best picture winner. don't judge me. ready? this is an example. >> okay. >> we can't get the example. >> oh, "spotlight." oh. the answer is right there. this is going to go quite well. >> oh, my gosh. >> and we were not figuring out. >> "birdman." >> you're good. got that one. there we go. nice. >> okay. sorry. that was quick. >> you keep going. "money and a baby"? "cash money"? >> "million dollar baby." that was 2006. we're ready now. "king's speech." >> all right. king talk? what? okay. >> "dances with wolves." >> nice. >> oh, yeah.
>> i was just talking about that with my nnana. >> "silence of the lams." >> what are you talking about? you're very good at this. >> the emojis help. if somebody asked me, what was the best picture in 2004? >> i don't know. >> this next thing, are you adventurous when it comes to food or no? >> yes. >> are you? >> yes. >> you're going to love this. this is the flaming -- where is my card? flaming hot doughnut grilled cheese. >> oh, yes. yes to this. >> really? >> soup on the bottom. let me explain. this is a grilled cheese sandwich between a habanero bacon doughnut. are their respectipresentatives? watch my face. i promise to be nice. >> hello. i'm excited to eat this.
>> i love the presentation. this is like -- >> we dip it -- you want us to dip it in the tomato. >> he looks nervous. >> lord, look at that, guys. can we just, look at the cheese. >> here we go. >> i'm ready. >> i'm so all for this. >> that's good. >> that's good. >> that's yummy. >> how would you describe this? >> i love anything that's sweet and salty. and it has a little kick. it's so delicious. >> this is really good. can i tell you this, i was prepared not to like this. an i was prepared to be nice. this is really good. where are you, mike? you're mic'd? >> yes. >> explain what we're eating here. is this a doughnut. >> yes. a doughnut and a grilled cheese together in one. delicious combination. >> are you seeing this? >> what made you to put a habanero doughnut.
that sounds disgusting. >> it's a doughnut, bacon cheese together, dipped in tomato soup. it is natural but unexpected. >> this is yummy. is this on the menu? >> we only get 25 per weekend. you have to run over to clinton hall in the financial district and be the first 25 to get them. >> thank you so much. >> you have to be there and get in line. >> something new every day. smash a doughnut and put cheese in it. just ahead, jordin is going to play sparks notes with us. >> the question is -- true or false, you're afraid of the ocean and maths? >> really? okay. don't answer that. he's doing this. i have to stop another lost sock. ever wonder why they leave? the abuse. the mistreatment.
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sparks. my friends are texting me, asking me to take this home. they gave us smaller plates to keep them here. they're that delicious. >> we started the game of sparks notes. and jordin pulled out a question. am i afraid of the ocean and mobs? yes. i don't think that bugs should be fluffy and cute. >> and leave a mark? >> and they're big. they don't believe you alone. and they want to be around your lights. and i can't take it. math moths are weird to me. and the ocean -- i don't want to be there. >> you would fly with the thunderbirds. you would zip and zoom all over the universe but you won't get into the watt center. >> we have explored space. we have explored the spy. we still don't know what's in the ocean. that's not even the deepest point. that's what i'm saying. >> just go, seriously, jordan. i don't believe you. some music video coming out of
the water. >> give me a pool. i'll have a pool. >> let's do another one. you should try the oegts. >> i think it's beautiful. i like looking at it. i ripped it. true or false, you have eight tattoos. that's false. i have 11 tattoos. >> do tell. >> i'm running out of places to hide them. >> you have them in places that you can't see? >> with acting, i want to have smaller ones that they can cover. one on my wrist, this is my life bible verse. >> we had a tattoo party. >> that's nice. >> we got our life verses. >> is there a similar meaning? >> they all mean something. okay. your dad was a pro football player. what's your greatest athletic achievement? >> oh, that's good. >> i don't think i have one. >> can you run? jump? leap? >> listen, singing the anthem at the super bowl.
there we go. that counts. >> throw it down to al in florida with some special guests. mr. roker, we had a habanero bacon doughnut something. >> i was very jealous of that. it looked fantastic. but we have fantastic breakfast tips for you guys. "today food" on the road. we're at the lowe's miami beach hotel, by the pool. and the greatest culinary talent. we have chef shamus mullen. and chloe of by chloe, here for fun in the sun. good to see you both. >> great for having me. >> getting stuff on the go. >> a quick breakfast. great for the kids. i'm going to make some omelets in a muffin tin really quick. i'm going to add in scallions. herbs. this is basal, if you want cilantro. anything you want.
cheddar cheese because kids love cheese. >> you can use any cheese you want. >> and these are green eggs without the ham. going to put in some spinach and buzz it all up. put on the blend function here. put the power on. you can go smoothie function to get it nice and green. and this is what you get. you get a nice egg pure here. and there's a little butter. i'm going to add it in like that. what i'm going to do is add some minced kale. >> a little more green. >> more greens. healthy greens. and chia seeds. and pop it in the oven for about 12 minutes. >> that's terrific. take it with you. put it in the lunchbox. cho chloe, what do you have? >> you want to break up and eat ice cream for breakfast. we have frozen bananas. if you want to add some blueberries. i'm going to add raw almond
butter. a lilt bit of almond milk. i use a food processor. foops. there you go. and you get this. >> you put it in the freezer? >> you put it in the freezer or eat it right away. instead of sprinkles and chocolate chips, we're going a granola and fruit. >> thank you so much. that is -- this food is so fantastic. i love it. by the way, you can find the recipes and the how-to videos of all of the breakfast tips at today.com/food. we have tips coming up with scott conen in a little bit. that we have some sunshine around the bay area. temperatures slowly warming up. but it's still fairly chilly out there. it's only 46 degrees in the peninsula. tri-valley, 41 degrees. 47 degrees in the east bay. still in the upper 30s for the
north bay. we will continue to see those temperatures becoming a little bit more even all across the bay area, reaching into the mid-50s today. a breezy wind and mostly sunny skies, up to 51 degrees in san francisco. and some scattered showers in the forecast tomorrow. >> look how green it is. guys? you're going to be making these for the kids. >> yum. looks amazing. thank you, al. see you in a bit. coming up, we're kicking off your weekend with one of the best ever. our crowd is ready for a chance to win. you can
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==tv= e situations improvingo a deee .. for tusands of good friday morning at 9:26. i'm sam brock. the situation is improving to a degree for thousands of people hit hard by the flooding of coyote spring. people are still under mandatory evacuation orders. as you can see, it's all dry. at least most of the road there is. that was chest-high water earlier this week that's now been pumped out. based on the last update yesterday morning, 3800 people across the city remain under mandatory evacuation. it's hoped all the remaining flood victims can return home by sunday. also next tuesday city council members in san jose plan on ratifying their local emergency declaration. within the last hour authorities confirmed a young woman whose body was discovered on the banks of alameda creek is
that of the young tracy woman who crashed her car into alameda creek during heavy rain. a man walking his dogs made that discovery. investigators say the body had been under water for some time. crews spent days searching for the woman after her car crashed on january 21st. her family was still holding out hope she might have survived. a very tragic story. we'll have more for our news at 11:00. we'll have a look at what is a dry friday turning wet this weekend.
traffic = good friday morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. a lot of sunshine. a beautiful friday out there. but it is still cold. our temperatures have been in the 30s and low 40s. it will continue to warm up. we are seeing it now in the upper 40s in oakland and san francisco. still in the 30s in santa rosa now at 37 degrees. highs today reaching low 50s. scattered showers in the
forecast for tomorrow and sunday. not at all looking like a significant storm. and then drying out early next week. let's head over to mike for a check on the roadways. >> we're looking at an easy friday drive around most of the bay. that includes san jose as we're recovering at north 87. the crash finally cleared just south of kirtner, it's had 20 minutes of recovery. 101 looks great from capital expressway. no need for the alternate. there's the south bay. top of your screen you see a little slowing for 237 as you're getting off 880. that's a typical morning commute, even friday morning. right back to you. >> that's good to see. thank you very much. we'll be back in 30 minutes with more news.
♪ if you've been waking up groggy every wednesday morning since september, like me, there's a good chance it has something to do with the lovely lady sitting here in yellow. >> mandy moore is part of the breakout show "this is us," which airs tuesday nights. >> some of us are recovering from last week's episode. and we have an exclusive sneak peek of what's to come. take a look. >> the kids, they need a ride to jewel's party tonight. parents are home. and randall's robotics class ha. >> i can read. >> and don't let kevin and sophie be in the basement together. they're all over each other. >> when i came in, she was nibbling on his ear. >> don't use the word nibbling
in reference to our son. >> that's the only way to describe it. >> nose those ears haven't seen q tips in years. >> no. >> mandy moore, good morning to you. >> good morning. >> i was telling you. i was out there a couple of months ago. it was big then. i feel like this show continues to, if it's possible, explode, and get even bigger. >> we are just beside ourselves. we're overwhelmed that it's resonating with people in such a deep level. we're so proud of it and proud of the work that we're able to do. and just so flattered and honored that people love it as much as they do. >> why do you think they love it so much? >> in this day and age, people are looking for cathartic entertainment. it's tapped into something in the zeitgeist out there. it's grounded nuanced writing. >> my mom is one of those people. every week, she's like, jordin,
i' i'm bawling. she admitted they bawled after the last episode. you cried on the couch? >> that episode was epic. i still haven't recovered. i wasn't a part of it and i was hyperventilated. >> can i talk about it? you know there's a character that's going to die. but when it happens, it's just as dramatic. >> the acting is flawless. >> even if you know. and milo tweeted out, a sick pass for anybody that couldn't recover. >> he did. >> are you as close as it looks? >> our characters are on screen? we are. i love milo so much. he is the greatest partner to have on this journey. we're in this massive group text. we're constantly going back and forth. >> pinch me. >> sending each other gifts. there's so much love there. >> we were asking, do you tell your family members? did you post some conversations? >> my parents are critical of
some of the choices my character has made on the show. but they don't want to know anything. initially, when we started filming, i would send them scripts. that's the netext conversation with my parents about how upset they were on how the choices my character made. i was in a romantic moment with my husband. i told him i wanted to go on tour. how dare i pick that moment. mom, i don't write these. >> it's not my fault. >> i mean, this is just a woman who wants something for herself after 16 years. i don't think that's too much to ask. >> a lot of us can relate to that. i have to acknowledge that i have two amazing singers here. it's fun when one singer admires and vice versa. >> i'm trying not to have a freakout moment. >> jordin, you're a singer, singer. i'm just a singer. >> everybody is confused. >> i'm not trying to be self-deprecating. just keeping it real. >> i appreciate that. it means a lot to me.
>> you're like my idol. i could never do that in a million years. >> have them judge you and keep progresses. >> i remember when i grew up, i would watch "a walk to remember" every day after school. and -- ♪ i'm missing you >> you're wearing 8 billion hots. and you played rapunzel in "tangled." and you're back. they've taken the stand alone film and made a three-part series. and this is the first season. it's nice to be back in those shoes. and revisiting this character. it was like the dreamiest part of my career. >> that's awesome. >> mandy, thank you so much. when do you sleep? we're done, now. i'm sleeping now. >> we're going to try to pick your brain after this.
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hot dream, cheese. coa poached egg. we got ham. cut your meat to match your bread. >> i like the way you talk. >> we got the grilled ham directly on top of this. we got the poached egg. >> yes. >> i can't take the pressure. i'm in the weeds over here. >> you can feel it? >> if i do something watching, he's going to let me know. >> and we take this dreamy fonduta. >> when there's truffles in it, that's right. and you can do that. a little maldens. chives on top of there. >> that's beautiful. that's beautiful. that's money, baby. thank you very much. let's check your weather really quick. you feel better now?
you feel better? okay. >> exhausted. >> he's about to go any moment. your weekend outlook. some showers and thunderstorms in the northeast tomorrow. looking at snow throughout the rockies. sunshine in much of the rest of the country. sunday, sunday, it will be windy and cooler in the northeast. and new england, more snow in the pacific northwest. mid-atlantic down in the gulf coast, looking we have sunshine across the bay area. still some chilly temperatures. here's a live look outside at san jose. we will slowly start to see temperatures warming up today and more dry weather. as we get a view of storm ranger tracking our next storm system set to check into the bay area tomorrow morning. producing very light rain and even some snow showers. a very chilly storm system for the pacific northwest. for us it will bring in very light amounts of rain for the weekend for both saturday and sunday.
>> all right. that's your latest weather. now, we have alanji here. a big crowd. how do you make eggs for everybody? >> nobody wants to see a bunch of people in front of them. you want to get them food as fast as possible. i developed this technique where i cook things on baking sheets. i rub that with a little bit of olive oil. and i take all these eggs. >> yes. >> you pour them right on. how fast is that? you can put whatever you want on top. you can put avavocado. zucchi zucchini. cheese. i like tomatoes. i like dollops of cream cheese. >> that's like 50 pucks. >> give that man a cigar. >> this is a cheaper version of fonduta. you put that on there. and you pop the whole thing in the oven. it takes about 12 minutes to bake.
it comes out like this. a little sriracha on here. dress it up. scallions. >> we move not last but not least. >> not least. >> jeffrey. how are you? >> i'm going to make an omelet. omelet. that's what it looks like. that's what it should look like. not gray. not all browned. a real nice omelet. you want to help me with this? >> you bet. >> whisk that for me. eggs, salt and pepper. >> you should put it in there before it cooks. >> some say no. i say yes. >> they need this for breakfast. >> for breakfast, jeff. >> this is real cooking here. real cooking. right in the pan here. >> okay. >> so, look at that. i'm going to put it on high. want it on kind of high. and just stir it, slowly. and the secret for me, add a little butter as you go. the reason for this, is it helps protect the egg, to get the toughness. it takes the protein and
surrounds the protein with butter. it cradles the protein. you do that well. you see how this -- now, it's starting to form. >> uh-huh. >> and this is right in front of live tv, making an omelet. and notice how gentle we're doing. >> that's amazing. >> come over here, scott. you have any fonduta for my omelet? >> i do not. >> it's almost scrambled eggs. all right? i have to hurry up, my plane is just landing. okay. see that? okay. just before it gets -- just getting together. no color. no color. and then, we let it sit and put some cheese on it. >> as you're doing that, i have to tell everybody. we have little big town coming up. ofb of course, we had kimberly schlapman as our co-host. that's jegently rolling. we will have more of "today's
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after a morning with some chilly temperatures and sunshine, the sunshine stays with us and we will see the high temperatures today reaching into the mid-50s pretty much like yesterday. weather repeats today. heading into the weekend we are tracking a very weak storm system set to move in. we'll bring additional light
rain to the bay area, but not expected to cause any flooding concerns for both saturday and sunday. we will have more updates on this. right now let's head to mike for an update on the roadways. >> we're looking at your friday traffic flow. you expected a lighter flow of traffic. that's what we have. that crash cleared from 87. we're finally seeing that recovery north from 85 up into downtown san jose. nice drive across the bay bridge. a little slowing on the decline, upper side of the san francisco deck. show you the oakland side. thinning flow of traffic. this will be good. we should see metering lights turn off over the next 45 minutes and then start the burst again before noon as that tends to be the pattern heading into san francisco. >> but it's dry. happening now, the family of a young woman whose car plunged into alameda creek five weeks ago got the news they were dreading. the alameda county coroner confirmed it is jada jenkins' body that washed up down stream.
. from nbc news this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> hello, everybody. it's try day friday. we're so happy you're watching with us. it's fary 24th, and that is the news by train. >> you like it? >> see, that's music. i have tried to explain to hoda. >> you love train? >> i love train. do you like them? >> i don't love train. i don't dislike train. >> who do you love? who is your favorite group? >> i'm trying to think of my favorite group. that's hard to say. you just put me on the spot. >> well, this is live television, cookie face. >> it's live television? >> speaking of ie