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be very careful out there. >> we hope everyone stays safe. thank you so much for joining us this morning. that's what's happening today in the bay. we are back at 7:25 with a live local news update. have a great day. good morning. breaking overnight. dead on arrival. the senate voting against a key change to its rules blocking a new voting rights bill from advancing. yet another setback for president biden coming just hours after he used a re and wide-ranging news conference to defend himself and his agenda. >> i don't think i overpromised at all. >> and stirring controversy acknowledging a russian invasion of ukraine appears inevitable.
>> my guess is he will move in. he has to do something. >> what is the u.s.'s next move? this morning, savannah goes one on one with vice president kamala harris. messy morning. more than 60 million people from texas to the northeast under winter weather alerts. snow, ice, rain and plunging temperatures creating hazardous conditions on the roads and al says another big storm is on its way. rejected. the supreme court delivers a crushing below to former president trump clearing the way for the release of key documents tied to the january 6th insurrection. so when will that happen and how will it impact the ongoing investigation? touching tribute. bob saget's wife kelly opening up in detail for the first time about her heartbreak over the sudden loss and what is now bringing her comfort.
>> bob loved you, you knew it. there was never ever a doubt in your mind. >> our emotional conversation straight ahead. those stories plus, hard-hitting. a reporter hit by a car in the middle of a live broadcast. >> i just got hit by a car and i'm okay. >> and wait until you see how she took it all in stride. >> it's my last week on the job and i think this would happen. and two weeks to go. the countdown to the winter olympics entering the home stretch. we'll celebrate live with two of the biggest stars on the ice for team usa. today, thursday, january 20, 2022. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with savannah
guthrie and hoda kotb. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. hey, everybody, welcome to "today." we're happy that you're joining us on a thursday morning, a thursday two weeks away from the olympics, by the way. >> i can't believe it. and it's a wet one out there. it's slick on our plaza. >> we're tracking two major stories this morning, including that winter storm. here's a live look. it's a really messy commute near washington, d.c. that system already causing problems up and down the east coast. mr. roker will be tracking the whole thing for us. also breaking overnight, a major setback for president biden. senate republicans voting to block a sweeping voting rights bill, also joined by two democrats. >> it came hours after the
president's news conference marking his first year in office where he talked about the frustrations over covid, inflation and russia's possible invasion of ukraine. >> in a moment we're going to talk to vice president kamala harris. we begin with peter alexander. peter, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning to you. president biden holding court for nearly two hours facing record inflation and sky-high covid cases insisting his first year report card will be pretty good despite a series of recent setbacks. the latest overnight, the efforts for voting rights protections hitting a brick wall in conference and making news acknowledging that he'll need to downsize his domestic agenda bill saying he can still get big chunks passed through congress. >> reporter: overnight, as president biden defended his first year in office, one of his major priorities stalled. >> the yeas are 52. the nays are 48 >> reporter: with voting rights blocked in the senate with all 50 republicans and 2 democrats. just hours after the president's one-year news conference were he detailed his handling of the covid crisis, amid criticism he did not ramp up testing sooner. >> should we have done more testing earlier? yes, but we're doing more now. >> reporter: casting his management of the pandemic as a
work in progress. >> i call it a job not yet finished. it will get better. we're moving toward a time when covid-19 won't disrupt our daily lives. >> reporter: on his legislative agenda, the president insists he's made enormous progress touting job growth and trillions of dollars for covid relief and infrastructure while other priorities, like his build back better plan have stalled despite democrats' control of congress. >> can you think of any other president who has done as much in one year? >> reporter: but to save one of his signature proposals, he'll scale back his social spending bill, conceding the child tax credit may be out blaming republicans for their resistance. >> think about this, what are republicans for? what are they for?
>> reporter: with the voting rights push hitting a dead end, president biden was asked whether this year's midterms would be fairly conducted and legitimate after many republican-led states enacted new voting restrictions. >> it all depends on whether or not we're able to make the case to the american people that some of this is being set up to try to alter the outcome of the election. >> reporter: kristen welker pressing the president about the frustrations of some black supporters that he's not delivered on voting rights. >> i've had their back. i've had their back my entire career. i've never not had their back. >> reporter: asked whether he's satisfied with vice president harris' leadership on voting rights and whether she'll be his running mate in 2024. >> yes and yes. >> still a new nbc news poll shows that just 43% of americans give president biden high marks, and 53% say he's done a poor job uniting the country. perhaps the most explosive topic, russia's new aggression toward ukraine with president biden predicting vladimir putin will invade. >> my guess is he will move in.
he has to do something. >> reporter: the president vowing severe consequences but also suggesting the level of punishment would depend on what an invasion looks like. >> it's one thing if it's a minor incursion and we end up fighting about what to do and not do. >> reporter: those comments sent white house aides scrambling to clarify before the news conference even ended. the national security spokeswoman quickly tweeted trying to erase any doubt about the u.s.'s firm position. and a half hour later jen psaki released a statement saying that president biden has been clear with the russian president. if any military forces move across the ukrainian border, that is a renewed invasion and it would be met with a swift, severe and united response from the u.s. and our allies. savannah? >> peter, thank you. joining us now the vice president of the united states, kamala harris. madam vice president, good morning. it's good to see you. >> good to see you, savannah, thank you. >> let's start right there with ukraine. the president was pretty clear, russia what it does.
it's one thing if it's a miner incursion and we end up fighting about what to do and what not to do. did the president give the green light to vladimir putin to take a bite out of ukraine. >> savannah, first of all, i will tell you that every morning i start my morning and day reading the presidential daily brief which contains classified information about threats to our national security and hot spots around the world. i'm often in the situation room with the leaders of our military and our intelligence community and, of course, the president of the united states. and on the subject of ukraine, i will tell you that the president has been very clear and we as the united states are very clear, if putin takes aggressive action, we are prepared to levy serious costs, period. and i will tell you that part of the posture that we have taken is grounded in the respect and the value we place -- >> i'm sorry to interrupt -- >> of ukraine, but we are -- >> i'm sorry to interrupt.
but it is less than clear. 30 minutes after the news conference, the white house press secretary had to actually clarify the president's remarks -- >> i'm being clear with you right now. and so if you're interested, i'll continue to be clear which tt we, we have had direct conversations through variou th our allies and partners, including our nato allies and partners. we are clear and have been clear for quite some time that our first approach and priority and preference is that these issues could be resolved diplomatically. we also have been clear and continue to be clear that if russian takes aggressive action, it will be met with severe cost -- >> is aggressive action -- just to be -- let's be clear. because there are 100,000
russian troops amassed at the border with ukraine and people there are hanging on the president's every word. is there any amount of land that russia could take that the president would allow, turn a blind eye to, not issue those, quote, severe sanctions he's been threatening for that massive full-scale invasion? >> our interpretation of any country, in this case russia and vladimir putin, denying or violating the sovereignty or integrity of ukraine will be interpreted as aggressive action and it will be met with a cost, a severe cost, period. >> the president said yesterday among other things that he thinks that putin probably will invade ukraine. later he said he wasn't sure. but he said he probably will go in. is that for all intents and purposes acknowledging that this threat of severe sanctions that the administration has made is
having no effect on putin, that he's actually not deterred by it? >> well, i'm not going to psychoanalyze president putin of russia. but i will tell you this, it is clear to us that the decision is probably in his hands and we are prepared to take appropriate action based on whatever he decides to do. >> the president also openly talked about division within nato countries and nato allies about what to do in the event of a russian incursion. how damaging is that when the message that's being preached overseas at this moment by our secretary of state and others is that nato stands united? >> i will tell you, and i think your audience knows, joe biden has been working as the former head of a foreign relations and as the former vice president and a senator in a role of leadership on foreign policy for years.
one of the things he values most is direct and consistent communication with our allies and partners around the world and in the year that i have been here as vice president, i have witnessed him continuously engaged in direct and honest conversations with our partners and allies and this is no exception. >> before i leave this, ukrainian officials reportedly heard these words from president biden with alarm. i know the white house tried to clarify it and clean it up afterwards. but with the damage done, you can't unring the bell. is vladimir putin likely to listen to a later statement from the white house press secretary or the words of president biden? >> i will repeat myself, and i'm vice president of the united states and the president and i work closely together and i know his position because he's been consistent in that regard. if vladimir putin and russia takes aggressive action, it will be met with a cost that will be severe. >> let's talk about another comment the president made.
he openly cast doubt on whether the 2022 midterm elections would be legitimate. he said it all depends which is astonishing to hear a president question whether our elections will be legitimate. we've heard it before, but not from this president. is he really concerned that we may not have fair and free elections? >> the president has been consistent on this issue and the issue at hand, the issue -- i was there last night in the chamber of the senate and the issue is that there are two bills, the john lewis voting rights act and the freedom to vote act, that have been the solution that has been offered to address the fact that around our country states have put in place laws that are purposely making it more difficult for the
american people to vote. laws which will be felt by at least 55 million americans regardless of their party affiliation, their race, their gender or geographic location -- >> those bills were -- the bills were debated and they didn't pass -- >> if i may finish -- >> but the specific question, if you don't mind, does he think now that these bills haven't been passed that the '22 midterms won't be legitimate or fair or free? >> let's not conflate issues. what we are looking at and the topic of so much debate last night was that we as america cannot afford to allow this blatant erosion of our democracy, and in particular, the right of all americans who are eligible to vote to have access to the ballot unfettered. that is the topic of the
conversation. let's not be distracted by the political gains mentioned when what is truly at stake, issues like whether americans with disability have the opportunity to vote by mail, whether a single parent has the opportunity with three kids in the backseat to vote by dropping off their ballot in a drop box instead of having to stand in line with those three kids for hours. these are the issues that are at stake -- >> and the president laid a lot of -- >> significant and pivotal issues in terms of our democracy. we had an extensive conversation about foreign policy, savannah. i met with prime ministers and presidents from around the globe, both partners and allies of ours, they are asking what is going on with voting rights in america because they look to us as a role model of what it means to be a democracy and they are monitoring to wonder and question whether there is an erosion of our democracy and, therefore, an erosion of one of the best role models of what a
democracy does and can do. >> speaking of democracy and politics, the president put a lot of blame yesterday on republicans for failure to get some of these key initiatives passed. you have a 50-50 tie in the united states senate. did the administration fail to temper its initiatives to meet political reality? in other words, should you have been more willing to compromise to try to get all democrats on board. these initiatives failed because democrats weren't united let alone republicans. was that an error as you look back on this year? >> when i look back on this year, i think about things like the bipartisan infrastructure law. administrations both democrat and republican have tried for years -- >> doesn't that show republicans are more willing to help if the -- >> please let me finish. they tried for years to do what the american people want and what the what the american people know is not an issue that should be thought of through a political lens, things like upgrading our roads and bridges, cleaning out the lead pipes of
america because over 50% of children under the age of 6 are exposed to led. it occurred through a process of compromise, yes. but what ends up happening is that the american people benefit. broadband in that law is going to be now more accessible and affordable to americans around the country from rural areas to -- >> vice president kamala harris, i am way out of time. next time they have to give us an hour so i don't want to interrupt and you can go as long as you want. i appreciate the back-and-forth and you answering the questions. thank you. >> thank you. >> just needed five more minutes. >> or c-span. we should go on c-span. >> lots of news. 17 minutes past the hour. craig is joining us with a story. big one on the weather is happening right now. >> good morning to you. drivers facing a treacherous morning commute up and down the
east coast with a new storm dumping snow, ice and rain this a shivers under a fresh blast of arctic air we're joined from a snowy arlington, virginia. good morning how is the commute there so far? >> reporter: well, the rain hasn't switched over to snowfall quite yet, but drivers are hoping they don't see a repeat of earlier this month, when hundreds of people were stranded on i-95 all day. as the east coast braces for round two of winter weather, millions in the midwest and northern plains already gripped by bone-chilling temperatures. in nebraska, a staggering 50-degree drop in 24 hours residents in minneapolis will see a high of just 1 degree today. and it's worse in des moines where windchills are making it feel well south of zero. coming days after the city saw its biggest storm in a decade, dumping more than a foot of
snow in some states, snow from that system will still be on the ground when the next storm moves in this week ice is going to be the big problem in north and south carolina, both under state of emergencies again. crews treating roadways and runways. already hundreds of flights canceled nationwide. >> it's like orchestrating an orchestra. >> reporter: strangers to the snow could get a taste of winter, like jacksonsssippi, ba louisiana, trucks staying busy commute chaos fresh in virginian's minds after hundred. >> reporter: tens of millions of americans facing another blast of winter weather for the second time this week so far this month, the nation's capital recording more snow than
cities like milwaukee and chicago. officials say if you don't have to be on the roadways during this storm, stay home. guys >> in northern virginia, thank you. >> that sets the table nicely for al roker what you got >> i'm asking for seconds. we've got more snow. this is manchester, connecticut. roads are wet. road temperatures around 40 but that will be changing. we'll start to see some snow we've got coast-to-coast winter weather advisories and warnings for 58 million people, texas all the way up into the northeast. we're watching right now the rain/snow line you can see the rain falling down to around washington, atlantic city, but the pink line there, it is slowly moving to the south and will continue to do so over the next several hours. that arctic front tracks to the east
we're looking at rain changing to snow from washington to boston, light amounts, but it's happening during the rush hour the front will usher in bitterly cold air, windchills right now feels like minus 22 in minneapolis, 2 in oklahoma, 4 in mo you're going to feel like 10 degrees, 6 in st. louis,e to mid-20s, from pittsburgh, milwaukee, down to birmingham and richmond we're going to get to your local forecast coming up in the next 30 seconds it may not be music to your ears, but as long as it's music to theirs. bring the volume back to the venue with exclusive ticket access to unmissable events. one of the many reasons you're with amex platinum.
take a look at the fog drifting over the golden gate bridge right now. very low visibility. also, no visibility right now in novato. we're seeing dense fog in parts of the north bay, east bay and san francisco. once that clears out, we'll see temperatures in the inland areas headed for the mid 60s, upper 60s for tomorrow and a little bit cooler after some gusty winds for the weekend. next week, highs in the low 60s. this just in, no school for the melvin children. snow day >> you're excited. they're excited. mom, not so much. coming up, still ahead, hoda is going to share this emotional conversation she had with bob saget's wife, kelly. >> he tried to make everybody feel special and happy and comfortable.
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fired. no officers were injured. there is an investigation underway. i'm cierra johnson in san francisco. as we continue to navigate live with the omicron variant, researchers and experts are already looking forward. we had a chance to speak with an infectious disease expert out of san diego who said they've already taken a look at pi. they said there's a chance pi can be more or as infectious as omicron, yet deadly like delta. as you're waking up and heading out this morning, we've seen patchy dense fog. take a look at our cam areas vio zero. san carlos, parts of the peninsula, the north bay and the east bay dealing with some dense fog. we have sunshine for this afternoon as we head for the low
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the supreme court has rejected former president trump's request to block the release of white house records to the house january 6th committee. it clears the way for the national archives to hand the material over now, even as lawsuits over the documents continue in the lower courts the house panel is seeking more than 700 pages of documents as it investigates president trump's role in trying to overturn the 2020 presidential election. jury election is scheduled to start today in the federal trial of three former minneapolis police officers stemming from the death of george floyd the three are charged with violating floyd's constitutional rights a fourth officer, derek chauvin, pleaded guilty in december to a similar federal charge the three officers face state charges of aiding and abetting murder and manslaughter. now to a frightening moment that played out on live television a reporter for wfaz, the nbc
affiliate in virginia, she was about to do a live report when she was accidentally hit by a car. take a look. >> unfortunately, we see this, water main breaks. >> oh! i just got hit by a car. but i'm okay i'm okay, tim. we're all good >> are you okay? >> i'm okay. >> that's live tv for you. >> it's all good i actually got hit by a car in college too just like that i'm so glad i'm okay >> we're so glad too the driver of that suv did stop to make sure she was okay. she was all alone, no photographer, as you can see there, she goes onto finish the live shot with a report about the situation there in west virginia she did go to the hospital to get checked out. she's said to be doing just fine this morning talk about -- >> she is my hero. >> oh, my word >> never seen that. >> i think this is her last week there. >> it is.
>> i hope she got a big job. i'm impressed. we've got a lot to get to this morning, of course, in the wake of the sudden passing of bob saget, friends and fans and colleagues have been sharing countless stories of his remarkable kindness and generosity for the first time now, we're about to hear from the person who knew him best recently and maybe loved him the most there's a good competition for that. >> i would say so. kelly rizzo, what a wonderful, wonderful human being. i got a chance to share an emotional conversation with kelly while she says this is the most difficult time in her life, she also says it's also easy to know what her mission will be moving forward she says it's spreading bob's legacy of love and laugher. >> first of all, i want to say the entire country feels like we're holding your collective hands. i want to know just how you're doing today. >> well, i was just telling some of my family that today is a little bit -- there's a little bit more of a sense of calm.
i think you get to a point where your body will just physically not let you cry anymore or at least all day. still every second is horrible but you start to come to terms with it a little bit >> six years ago, bob saget and kelly rizzo, a food and travel blogger from chicago, met after connecting on instagram. married since 2018, friends say they had a love for the ages >> i'm watching you and your sitting in your home that you share with bob and i just wondered if you're remembering all the little things, if that pops up? >> it's impossible here not to but the support has been -- that has been the one silver lining from this, is the incredible outpouring of love and support, not only from just everybody that loves bob, but also for me and just from his friends and family, it's been -- i don't know how else i would be getting through this right now. >> the number of people who
loved bob is just -- i can't even quantify. i heard someone say that bob was an i love you guy. >> he put it all out there he told everyone that he loved, and i mean quite frankly anyone he met and even spent any time at all, he told them he loved them endlessly and tirelessly. and that was his entire message. if you knew bob and he loved you, you knew it there was never ever a doubt in your mind. i mean, even at his -- at his memorial, there were a lot of people there and every single person was pretty much like, oh, i talked to bob last week. i'm like, how did he have the time to talk to everybody and tell everybody that he loved them all the time? it was just amazing. >> we had an interview with mike young who is a comedian and dear friend of bob's. he said something that struck me
he said, most comedians after a stand-up gig, they catch the last flight home he said, not bob he wanted to catch the first flight home. and he said that your love was perfect. >> sorry that was what was always so special. every time he would be out of town he would always try to -- he would -- he would work so hard and he -- you know, he loved to sleep in. but when he was away, he would always try to -- he would still wake up, go to bed at 2:00 and wake up at 4:00 so he could be on the 6:00 a.m. flight so he could come home and we could spend time together. that's why this is so heartbreaking, but at the same time i know that we -- every second that we had together was
just maximized to the fullest and we absolutely just -- there was nothing left unsaid and nothing left on the table. those are things that i'm just trying to hold on to, you know >> i feel like everyone felt like they knew bob because everyone grew up watching him or young kids now are watching him again on tv. but who was the bob saget at dinner when there was no audience >> it was still the same he tried to make everybody feel special and happy and comfortable and it's funny, our dry cleaners, he has -- i always joke that he has a deeper relationship with them than anybody. they loved him and he loved them. his constant message was just treat everybody with kindness because he had gone through so much in his life and he knew how hard life could be and so he always was just so
kind and loving to everybody and he was just -- he was just such a -- he was just the best man i had ever known in my life. he was so kind and wonderful and everybody that was in his life knew it and even anybody that would just causally meet him was like, wow, this is a special guy. >> and he was yours. and by all accounts, he was living his best life did you think he was feeling okay during all this time? >> all i'll say is that he was very happy and he was just thrilled to be back out on the road and he was also very sensitive and just all the weight of everything going on in the world right now. it was just weighing very heavily on him and that's why he felt more compelled than ever to make people laugh and bring people together. and he did it up until the very last moment. >> we've all lost someone in our
life and sometimes you hang on to the last text, the last conversation, the last connection is that the case with you? >> i'm just very grateful that it was all i love you so much. i think i said i love you dearly, and he said i love you endlessly and he said i can't wait to see you tomorrow and then, you know, it was just all very -- it was just all love >> wow that is beautiful, kell. is there anything that you feel comfortable sharing about what it was like, were you able to speak at the funeral >> i don't think i'll get too much into it, but i did speak and it was just -- the whole thing, as painful as it was, beautiful to be surrounded by so many people who loved him and who loved each other i can't even verbalize the level of support i'm so grateful for it. >> one of the things that he was
passionate about was scleroderma. nobody said, hey, go donate in bob's honor. >> they did it. >> he was dedicated to finding a cure to scleroderma, the autoimmune disease that took his sister's life. bob raised more than $26 million for the srf in his lifetime. >> he had three life works, one was his children, next was comedy, and then the srf he spent over 30 years tirelessly working so hard to try to find a cure for the disease. that's why anything i can do to help keep that legacy going and help with the srf because it meant so much to him. >> i'm sitting here and reflecting and sitting with you, bob spent his life and united people by being himself.
he wasn't trying in his passing, he's doing it again. >> i've never seen anything like this it's unbelievable. the -- just the outpouring, but the consensus over all of what an amazing person he was, whether people knew him or didn't know him because one way or another, he was in your living rooms since the '80s or you went to shows, whatever it is he felt like he was everyone's dear friend. nobody will ever be like bob >> and i think he just kind of lived his life unafraid which is what struck me he found love again in his 60s he told his friends, i love you. he was back on stage, like the guy was fearless and i think that's what struck me about it. and she loved all parts of him even on stage, he had that raunchy side, but that was part of him he wasn't afraid. >> he's truthful
>> he told the truth. >> it's just like -- it's so moving i hope it's comforting to her that everyone -- so many people just feel so connected to him and are just missing him and loving him and what a wonderful legacy to leave. >> one of the things that's become obvious over the last couple of weeks is bob saget was a special guy. kelly, also pretty special. >> and bob made friendships late in life. you saw john mayer sobbing after bob passed we're going to hear more from kelly in the third and fourth hours including the beautiful story of how she and bob first met. we'll hear about that and about their beautiful lives. >> thank you let's go to al he's going to bring us the latest on this morning's winter storm coming up right after this ♪ your whole team can see your upper thigh ♪ ♪ pour that smooth roast and aim that camera up high ♪
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then messy morning. the east coast coping with a treacherous morning commute as the midwest is hit hard by frigid temperatures. al has the forecast including the developing storm that could impact your weekend plans. plus, going for the gold. >> the united states wins gold! >> we're speaking live with two all-star olympic athletes. then an exclusive first look at team usa's 2022 outfits. a preview you do not want to miss with the games now two weeks away. and saved by the bell. >> that's what you want to talk about right now? >> we're catching up with kristen bell, the star joining us live to talk about her family, some fun future projects and her new murder mystery putting a hilarious twist on a whodunit. thursday, january 20th, 2022. ♪♪ >> wishing our grandma a happy
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pandemic and the economy and predicted that russia likely will invade ukraine, suggesting that the level of u.s. response would depend on the size of any invasion. >> it's one thing if it's a minor incursion and we end up fighting about what to do and not fight. >> i'm not going to psychoanalyze president putin of russia, but i will tell you this, it is clear to us that the decision is probably in his hands and we are prepared to take appropriate action based on whatever he decides to do. >> vice president also stressing this morning to us that the first preference of the u.s. and its nato allies is to resolve this ukraine crisis through diplomacy. that brings us to chuck todd who is in atlanta for us. good morning. let's start right there with ukraine. because that was the unintentional headline created yesterday. do you think the white house and now the vice president have done enough to calm those nerves in ukraine? >> we'll see if they've calmed the nerves in ukraine, but this is one of those, if you're going to call it a gaffe, it's a gaffe of honesty, right?
he spoke the reality which is our response to russia, our ability to try to get russia to back down, if we're going to do this with our allies, it's limited. because the europeans are not united and how tough they want to get on russia and we've -- i think we've all talked about this before, it all has to do with many european companies rely on russia for energy needs and, oh, by the way, it's winter. >> let's talk about domestic issues. big headline to come out is that he does want to salvage the build back better initiative, slim it down, a downsized version and he seemed to take key provisions off the table, the tax credit and paid leave and community college for free. how did you read those tea leaves? where is this headed? >> i think he's trying to get his political identity back, savannah. i looked at that press conference and it seems like he's been watching focus groups or hearing the reports of him. he's lost his identity as a pragmatist, mainstream democrat. he himself had to remind people,
hey, i'm a capitalist. it's bernie sanders who is the socialist here. but our own polling today, savannah, shows that this issue of not being willing to compromise is actually a problem for him. we asked, is he too willing to compromise, too unwilling to compromise, and over 40% said he was too unwilling to compromise and i think that gets at this idea that he's not getting enough done. he's cratering with the middle of the electorate but also disappointing parts of his base, progressives and african americans because of this idea. when he tries to get it done, he doesn't get anything done. bits and pieces, he would start to improve with some parts of his base, because they would have an accomplishment or two. >> that sounds like where the white house is headed now.
thank you so much, chuck, from georgia. he's kicking off a meet the midterms project and we're looking forward to more of your reporting from the road, the key states that we'll be watching during the midterms. much of the country is facing another round of frigid, messy winter weather, cold has gripped the midwest and northern plains. parts of nebraska had a 50-degree drop in a single day. minneapolis will be lucky ifpol gets any warmer than 0 degrees today. meantime, road crews up and down the east coast doing their best to keep roads from icing up as snow and rain slow down the morning commute. al has a closer look at what we can expect good morning. >> good morning, guy we are talking about winter weather advisories, watches and warnings stretching from the northwest through the texas panhandle into the northeast we're watching the rain and snow move to the east and then we've got this pink line, that's the rain/snow line and it is slowly making its way down to the south. it is going to bring some snow during rush hour and into the midafternoon period and move out quickly and that's the good news of that.
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♪♪ ♪ we're back it's 8:14. countdown to the winter olympics >> let's go! >> the competition begins two weeks from today and this morning we've got the exclusive debut of team usa's awesome opening ceremony outfits. >> they're made by ralph lauren. craig, why don't you stand up and give us a twirl. >> the boots are -- >> these are quite comfortable. >> how warm are you right now? >> it's about 95 degrees >> by the way, the women's jackets are cute the back has a little -- >> let's see the back. >> yeah. >> you know who looks even better in these, members of team usa. joining us in their opening ceremony outfits we have hilary knight and alysa
lu we're going to talk to them in just a moment. why these two athletes are the ones to watch in the upcoming games. >> reporter: ice queens competing in two different sports 32-year-old hilary knight returning for her fourth olympics leading the women's hockey team in its aim to reclaim gold fourth olympics leading the women's hockey team in its aim to reclaim gold. who could forget that shootout against canada >> the united states wins gold >> reporter: team usa and our own team celebrating their gold medal win after that key save. knight breaking the all-time weather for goals scored at the women's championship the powerhouse forward promising another memorable matchup in beijing. >> very much feels like we're the underdog again and we've got that chip on our shoulder to go out there and sort of grab what's ours.
>> reporter: this will be the first olympics for 16-year-old alysa lu but don't count the newcomer out. lu is one of the few american women to ever land a triple axel in competition >> and it happened >> reporter: the california native still making the team after dropping out of nationals this month following a positive covid test she'll be joining skater mariah bell. >> i'm so happy and honored and thank you for all the support. >> reporter: lu's best hope to medal in women's figure skating. >> wow >> let us -- >> yeah! let's go >> good morning, ladies. >> good morning. >> hilary, let's start with you. how do you feel in your opening ceremony outfit? >> i'm so excited. it was like it's here. this is so exciting. to have ralph lauren outfit us a again.
the insulation puffs up when you go outside in the cold and adapts to different environments >> wait, it puffs up >> got rid of the heaters that they used to have and now it gets warmer and colder based on the temperature. >> how does it know? >> hilary, the technology is amazing. alysa lu, this is your first olympics that's what it's going to be like when you step out for opening ceremoniesonies. what's going what's going through your mind at this moment >> i don't even know i'm really excited and wearing this, i feel really cool so i was thinking at olympics, i'm going to feel even cooler. >> you are cool. >> i'm really excited. >> you'll be cool and warm with that insulation -- >> i know. >> you are a phenome you're the only american woman who can do that triple axel. how are you feeling? how are the nerves
we're two weeks away from beijing? >> i'm actually not too nervous. i'm mainly just excited for the experience i was also told by a lot of other people who i've talked to who went to the olympics, they always told me to have fun and not let nerves control me. yeah. >> how is the training coming at this point, two weeks out? how are we doing >> we're doing great i'm heading out to training right after this i'm excited. i can't wait to get over there and show the world what we can do >> make sure you wear this to practice, by the way >> hilary, al and i lost our voices screaming so loud during that shootout at the last olympics it was a nail-biter. are you feeling confident going into this olympics >> absolutely. and seeing the reels, i almost started crying it brought me right back that's what it's all about if we can capture a gold and captivate our nation again, that would be a dream come true.
>> you had to bow out of nationals because of covid how are you feeling heading into a couple weeks before beijing? >> i'm feeling good now. obviously i've recovered from covid and i'm glad i can get back to training. >> good. that's great what are you thinking as you walk out during those opening ceremonies, how exciting is that going to be? >> just brings chills. to be out there with team usa. every single moment is magical i'm looking forward to it. >> you're our veteran. do you have any advice for our first time olympian? >> she said it perfectly, just go out there and have fun. i think is the -- you treat it as if you signed up for the sport. the best way to do it. meanwhile, your crush dreams and conquer amazing goals. it will be a wonderful experience i'm excited to walk out
together, hopefully. >> ladies, you wear the outfits very well. >> better than us. >> you look like -- >> you actually deserve them. >> we're posers. >> exactly >> you make your country proud thank you so much. have fun, go get them. a reminder, you can catch the games starting two weeks from today, february 3rd it starts on nbc. you can also catch it streaming on peacock >> peacock. mr. roker, another check of the weather? >> yes, we do. >> i like the guys -- it feels cool and cozy. >> show you what we've got brownsville, texas, has winter weather alerts, this is the fifth time they've issued a winter weather warnings. saturday, it moves into the atlantic morning snow for the mid-atlantic
friday and saturday, we're looking at icing conditions from parts of savannah all the way up through south carolina into north carolina hazardous driving conditions we may see power outages and we're also looking at anywhere from 2 to 3 inches of snow, especially in eastern north carolina and on into southern virginia we're going to be watching that as well. rest of the country today, we expect to see, again, plenty of sunshine but an arctic chill through the plains -- >> can you do a forecast of craig's outfit right now >> i can feel the heat -- they work >> they work >> you're puffing up look at that >> they're going to be warm in beijing. >> wait, you wore both of these. that's the problem. >> i was trying to -- >> is it inflating and deflating? >> you look like the michelin man. anyway, that's what's going on around the country, here's what's happening in your neck of
it looks like they're ready to blast off to space there. let's get a look at what's going on here. the fog is starting to clear out in treatment right now, but really dense fog as we take a looked at novato and hayward as well as up and down the peninsula. this may take a couple of hours before it's out of here. we do have sunshine in the forecast today, our temperatures in the mid 60s. we will continue to see more 60s in the forecast over the next few days and early next week we have highs in the low 60s. >> check us out on the radio, siriusxm channel 108, the best part of the morning. >> coming up, we've got a gold medal-worthy "pop start. something to get you even more excited about the super bowl halftime show. they released a teaser of eminem.
good morning to you, it is 8:26. i'm kris sanchez. we're following breaking news out of san francisco international airport right now where san francisco police say they have now contained a threatening individual who was in front of the bart station at the international terminal. here is a tweet that sfl posted earlier, passengers were being rerouted around the area. very important to note flight operations were not affected. we are working on getting more details from sfpd and from sfo right now. we will get a look at our forecast because the fog plight also impact your travel. >> yeah, we've seen that fog,
especially in san francisco, parts of the north bay and drifting over toward oakland and parts of the inner bay. we are going to continue to see that for the next i'd say hour, hour and a half and then it clears out with some sunshine for today. very mild temperatures are highs reaching into the low to mid 60s and slightly warmer today but it's going to be windy and we are going to see winds picking up the afternoon and evening hours into early saturday morning. once that system passes we will see slightly cooler temperatures for the end of the weekend into early next week and san francisco looking at a lot more sunshine in this forecast. kris? >> all right. thank you, kari. we are posted updates to that sfo situation on twitter, find that there and we will be back with you in a half an hour with more local news.
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sunday, sunday, we're looking at snow showers across the great lakes and into the northeast lots of sunshine out west. that's what's going on around the coun good morning, i'm meteorologist kari hall. taking a look at our trurs today, we're headed for the mid 60s and fog will gradually clear out. after that we are looking at more sunshine in the forecast and our morning temperatures in the low 40s. more highs in the mid 60s. going into the end of the weekend we are looking at more sunshine, slightly cooler early next week while san francisco is foggy this morning and then clearing today. gusty winds tomorrow and low 60s with sunshine for the weekend. and that is your latest weather and this is your best time of the morning. "pop start" is coming up >> we have to keep the hype going. coming up on "pop start," the one-man bobsled team here, "law & order svu," wait until you hear what mariska hargitay is
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we've teased it enough what time is it? >> it is time for the best time of the morning, pop that start >> a lot of buildup. who is ready for the super bowl? we're only a few weeks away from the big game and we have an exclusive first look -- it's a trailer for the pepsi super bowl halftime show. it's in los angeles. this makes sense all l.a. arrests, dr. dre, eminem, and snoop dogg answering the call to unite at sofi stadium next month take a look. ♪ >> hold up >> hold up. ♪iforni
♪ california love ♪ ♪ ♪ in the city of l.a. ♪ >> oh! >> come on >> this is going to be the first time those five artists have performed together on stage. we cannot wait to see what they have in store. the full halftime show trailer titled "the call," it's out today. you can catch the super bowl february 13th. we are busy in february here on nbc. >> who is going to be in >> i like buffalo and green bay. >> who knows next up, "bridgerton," anticipation is building for the return of the hit series on wednesday the streaming service teasing fans with a series of new photos from the upcoming season. although, the next chapter will be missing the duke of hastings. season two is set to bring in a
new cast of characters the images revealing a new love interest played by simone ashley "bridgerton" starts streaming on march 25th next up, "law & order svu," we need to talk about -- this week mariska hargitay stopped by the drew barrymore show and had to say about her character's relationship with stabler. >> i think he's got eyes for me. but olivia benson is hurt. the energy is there. olivia has been in love with him for many a year. >> what is -- >> what? it's on. many a year? >> the fans went nuts when they saw this not just because they're dying to see what happens next in the show, but because they care so much about this relationship one user wrote, can you release'
footage of -- [ laughter ] >> i need to know how they all reacted to this. what do you think? >> we flipped out when they were here and they were given the third degree. >> we were grilling them drew barrymore got it out of them >> she was like, i can't say anything >> the best response of all was from christopher meloni when he reacted to the news of his character's feelings he added, i had no idea. >> don't be coy. >> that's what he wrote. >> he's flirting >> we didn't know there were going to be all three spider-man. serena williams, we showed you the great video of the tennis superstar of her 4-year-old daughter, she was working on her backhand. in a new post, it looks like
olympia and mom are honing a different kind of skill. >> wow >> that's what the empire does >> that's cute >> the empire is striking back there. >> it's actually a tennis drill. >> backhand for six hours and do ten minutes of lightsaber work. our friend noodle the pug. bones or no bones, he's come a long way since he visited us last year. noodle is coming out with his very own picture book. it's titled "noodle and the no bones day" here's a quick message from our friends noodle and jonathan about this exciting new project. >> good morning "today" show we're so excited to tell you
about noodle's new book coming out. it's called "noodle and the no bones day," and it's a sweet picture book it's about noodle having his very first no bones day and me sort of figuring out that that is not a bad thing that everyone is allowed to have a no bones day and days where you need to just kind of slow down and be alone are still good days it really is such a sweet story and we're excited to get to share it with so many people >> i'm living a no bones life. i wonder what noodle has to say about that >> he would approve. >> he was so fun >> something for everyone in that "pop start." >> okay. maybe this 8:30 half-hour, maybe this is a new home i feel like i have a little more time to breathe. >> it was great. >> you want me to add a few more items? >> sure. coming up next, jill is here, you can't take away from jill
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>> you're going to wear that all day. >> i certainly am. we're back with our friend jill martin. so glad you're here. >> hi, jill. >> details behind the latest episode of our show "shop today". >> and you're bringing us products to help us refresh and renew in 2022. and, by the way, as always, if you want to shop along, all you have to do is scan that qr code. it's right below savannah right there. good to see you, my friend. >> hi, everybody >> so these, huge fan of this. i've never seen this >> we're starting with my list it's on at 11:30 on today.com. just go, there will be the little digital monitor there these are items that do not normally have inventory because with shipping it's crazy we have for you.
we're starting with the all birds. these are sherpa on the outside. they're superlight $108 but worth the investment. don't be afraid to get the ivory. i'm going to find out if they're machine washable like the other ones you can spot clean them and you know about all birds these are great because they're a little more elevated than an elevated sneaker you could wear them for men and women. >> they're for boys and girls. >> and there are different silhouettes. >> okay. we're at the roker department right here >> before we go to the roker department, i want to go to a workout that we have some b-roll of that's not in front of us it's the fitness subscription and it's starting at $27 for the month. you get one month free if you head to today.com/shopallday it offers live classes and over 20 different types of workouts, dance, yoga. just really fun. and it's also quick. if you have ten minutes, you go
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it's a journal of some sort that you write all the healthy food you eat down and the exercise. if you're a gambler, you can keep track of all that stuff. >> i don't encourage that, but i do encourage what you said, healthy habits i like to write it down and scratch it off and i feel like we've gotten out of that a lot with a lot of the digital planners that we have. this allows you to see -- i love a good mood board. see what you have to do and cross it off and rip it up the best journals and planners starting at $15. we're giving a 25% discount off on our site. >> thank you >> you find when you write things down, you're more accountable to those things? >> i do. and i feel satisfaction when i finish them by crossing them off. >> jill loves a list sherpa and a list. >> and to finish -- okay, last stop hoda, i feel like this is for you, $129. everything you need to organize everything
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♪♪ ♪ great to be with you, hoda. >> it's great to be with you >> welcome back. in her latest role, kristen bell stars as a housewife turned armchair detective after witnessing a murder outside her very own window. >> we see you. before we talk about it, we found someone who knows a thing or two on the subject who would love to take it from here. check it out >> oh, yes
the heartbroken housewife in the wrong place at the wrong time. that's what happens to kristen bell in netflix's new series "the woman in the house across the street from the girl in this window" and now everyone is a suspect. even kristen let's take a look. >> seriously, that's what you want to talk about right now >> i saw the paintings in your house. they're beautiful. you're very talented >> thank you >> you don't want to tell me >> okay, okay. kristen! we're hooked by the way, ms. dateline superfan, keith morrison has il. i was not expecting to see one of my favorite people on the planet, but i just got so excited. >> what do you love about that guy? what is it >> everything. he's just such a morbid poet no one has pipes like him. and also when he interviews people, he's so genuinely
invested in them he really cares. he really cares. >> but, kristen, your obsession with the "dateline" thing, the murder mystery, the whodunit is on full display here you got this script from your friends who are also equally as obsessed in that genre as you are. but the title of the show, hoda, is very long it's 18 -- "the woman in the house across the street from the girl in the window." netflix wanted to shorten that up but you fought for that long title. why? >> i said no way here's a little tip of the hat this show is definitely -- it's a satirical psychological drama. it's based on all of these psychological novels that were written for women, by women. and, you know, the formula is always the same.men. and, you know, the formula is always the same. she
she drinks too much, she might be mixing it with pills, she thinks she sees a murder, no one believes her there's so much formula to it that we thought it was about time somebody poked fun at it. we're hoping that the title will tip you to the fact that we are making fun of the genre, the entire time. and i think -- i didn't know i had been waiting to do my best sort of bad acting my whole career for this show >> you know what, some people when they watch these datelines, or yours, this is a murder mystery, people still have to figure out whodunit. some people can figure it out from the beginning are you the person who can crack that nut quickly >> no, no, no. i believe everyone and i take everyone at their word i'm like, but he was so sincere. the only thing i use, it's always the husband, unfortunately. but in this one, in "the woman in the house," i could love to know if anyone can predict based on the first episode whodunit. because i know these writers
when i was getting the breakdowns, there was no way that i predicted what happened because, again, every time something suspenseful happens, it's a little bit poking fun at it i'm kind of sure my mom is still going to think this is just a completely psychological drama movie. but there's little tips of the hats she's an artist and they're like, you're so good and she's always lamenting about that. you look at her pictures, she's very average. >> the show looks so good. you laugh. it is satirical. but it's also kind of frightening. is it hard to sort of be all things to all people you pull it off really well. >> yeah, that was one of my main problems is i was like, is it -- i'm trying to play it sincere, but is it funny? and they kept telling me, yes, just play it completely straight everything around us is funny. when she pours her wine, the prop department filled the bottles that were opaque to the
exact surface tension line so i never looked when i was pouring the line and i was dump completely and it would always be at service tension. look at all the corks. i feel like i gave a sincere performance and it ended up being just really comedic. >> you got up at 5:00 in the morning to sit and talk to us. did we see your husband wandering around to? >> if he did, we had a question about hiccups on social media. how did that start how did you end it >> i think he's gone back up with the girls he was helping me with a tech problem. we don't know how it started our theory is that he ate too many chocolates. he ate a half a box of chocolate. and chocolate is an acid reflux agitator we tried everything. i had him shooting cups of apple cider vinegar, breathing into a bag, meditating. and he was getting in the car to
go to the doctor, because it says if you have them for three days, check in with your doctor. that's when they stopped >> you have two kids, 7 and 8. i have two girls, 7 and 9. our basement is destroyed because of -- they make slime and there's glue and activator do you have these problems >> slime and glitter were created by the devil >> yes i fully agree. we have a hard enough time as parents, why did they do that to us they took a ball of slime and -- right on the dog's forehead. we have this clump of sign good morning to you, it's 8:56, i'm kris sanchez. a quick update on that police activity at s if. o we are told that the situation involving a threatening person near the bart station at the international terminal is now contained. passengers were rerouted for a moment, but flights were never
impacted. and in san jose a suspected car they have is dead after an apparent police shootout. slapped following a car crash in the rose garden neighborhood. the suspect crashed into another car with two people inside. eventually the stolen car caught fire, which you see in the video there. the suspect ran, when police arrived shots were fired. the police say that the people in the other car had minor injuries, no off when you have xfinity xfi, you have peace of mind built in at no extra cost. advanced security helps keep your family protected online. pause wifi whenever for ultimate control with the xfinity app. and family-safe browsing gives parents one less thing to worry about. security, control and peace of mind. with xfinity xfi, it's all built in at no extra cost.
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