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i'll be working out. if i'm not down 30, 40 pounds in the next six month, then i can eat his words. >> he will eat his words and many, many other things. >> eating his words. after one episode, the rob ford reality experiment is off the air. fortunately for us, his story far from over. technology as you might imagine impacts everything we do. how about and i remember pilots. are they so dependent on equipment that they can't do any old school flying? details on a new study and what it says about safety in the skies. sg and a classic tune finally gets a video. this is "way too early". brian shactman here, wednesday, november 20. we have a lot of stuff today.
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in the cooler, george w. bush on the late night talk show circuit. lindsey vonn hurt again. and the sexiest people in tv news. and you know it's kind of a joke. i'm not on the list. but morning joe folks are. we'll have details on that. but we want to begin with the news surrounding afghanistan tho this morning. drawdown of troops was supposedly a fait accompli in 2014, but new documents obtained show the u.s. is prepared to maintain military outposts in afghanistan for years. possibly until 2024 and pay to support hundreds of thousands of security forces. the papers which have not been signed would spend billions of u.s. taxpayer dollars. the agreement would allow tu.s. to maintain a security preparse.
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there are fears the u.s. exit in 2014 would leave the country susceptible to trechl errorism l into civil war. turning to obama care now, later today, the president will meet with state insurance xhe commissioners to address their concerns over the health care shift. several groups say the white house's proposal which would allow insurers to tip selling older plans that don't meet the minimum requirements of the health care law, that they would be impractical and difficult to implement. meanwhile officials say up to 40% of is still being developed, but the site can now handle up to 25,000 users at one time. and even though president obama said he, quote, continue have enough awareness of the issues surrounding the website, white house officials now say he was briefed on the possible
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online failures earlier in the year. yesterday the president spoke about the ongoing partisan fight over the affordable care act. >> we are going to have to, a, fix the website so everybody feels confident about that. we'll have to obviously remarket and rebrand. and that will be challenging in this political environment. i think that we probably underestimated the complexities of building out a website that needed to work the way it should. what was already going to be hard was operating within a very difficult political environment and we should have anticipated that that would create a rock r i rollout than if democrats and republicans were both invested in success. one problem is one side of capitol hill is invested in failure. >> this morning jpmorgan executives will no longer have to worry about the federal government investigating them. the bank has reached a $13
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billion settlement with the justice department putting a he said to months of negotiations. the series of documents show the bank was approving loans so weak they wouldn't even qualify as subprime mortgages. those mortgages of course a critical part of the economic collapse back in 2008. jpmorgan will assume responsibility for the liabilities of washington mutual and provide $4 billion worth of aid to troubled homeowners. over the past three years, the nation's largest banks have paid out more than $86 billion worth of settlements and that includes $45 billion from bank of america, $26 billion from jpmorgan, and $9 billion from wells fargo. attorney general eric holder has indicated, though, the government's investigations into the other big banks over similar concerns is far from over. the supreme court has gelt a blow to opponents of texas' new abortion law. in a 5-4 decision, the court
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ruled the state can continue to enforce the restrictions. that includes a requirement that doctors who perform abortions in clinics must have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital. critics say the ruling has affected more than a third of the state's abortion clinics. wendy davis drew nationwide attention for her ten hour filibuster back in june. in a statement, she writes in part, this is an abuse of power by politicians in austin. i trust women to make their own decisions and will continue to work to make sure that women and mothers are safe and have access to adequate health care. republican governor rick perry praised the ruling say, quote, this is good news for the unborn and the women of texas who are now better protected from shoddy abortion providers operating in dangerous conditions. as always, texas will continue doing everything we can to protect the culture of life in our state. end quote.
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former candidate for governor deeds recovering after his son stabbed him. it's believe gus stabbed his father multiple times at their home yesterday morning. according to police, the father managed to stagger out of the house and was spotted and picked up by a cousin and later medevacked to a hospital. state senator deeds has been upgraded to fair condition. according to the rich moppmond dispatch, just 13 hours before this incident, gus was released from a mental health facility. the order allowed deeds to be held up to four hours to determine whether he should be kept under temporary detention. but according to the paper, deeds was released because there was not an open bed in the psychiatric ward. republican congressman trey radel will be arraigned in court
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this morning for alleged possession of cocaine. oous "today" citing a dea reporter bought cocaine last month from a dealer who had been previously arrested. the dealer told officials one his clients was a congressman and they set up a sting. late their day federal authorities confronted the congressman at his home. radel says he suffers from alcoholism and led him to an extremely bad choice. he says i need to get help so i can be a better man. radel says he's seeking treatment and counseling. it was a great run, but after one show, embattled toronto mayor's tv show has been canceled. ford nation made its debut monday night, it featured ford and his councilman brother addressing a allegations of alcoholism and his crack smoking. he tried to address them head on. a spokesperson for the canadian network says while the show's ratings did well, the economics
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of producing more shows didn't work for the long term. then more insult to injury, half of ford's office defected to the office of the deputy mayor because he's been handed most of mayor ford's formal duties. fresh concerns about safety in the skies. tom costello has more on what's being called automation addiction. >> reporter: a new faa report written by apoutside panel of experts raises the red flag that pilots sometimes rely too much on automated systems. and some pilots lack sufficient or indepth knowledge and skills to properly control their plane's trajectory. basic piloting errors are thought to have contributed to the crash of an air france plane in 2009, a commuter plane crash in buffalo the same year, and perhaps the crash in san francisco this summer. as a test, captain tom casey who flu the boeing 777 once kept track of how rarely he had to
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touch the controls. on an autopilot flight new york to london, from takeoff to touchdown, just seven times. >> that is being in command of a system of wonderful computers that do a great job, but it isn't flying. >> casey says captain sullenberger showed what real flying is all about during the miracle on the hudson in 2009. now to business. today we get a look at october's retail sales figures as well as an update on the housing market. later we get the fefr federal reserve's minutes from the policy meeting. all in the red but not a whole lot. s&p logged its first two day decline of the entire month. steve sedgwick live for us in london. >> those minutes every is looking at plus have a look at campbell's soup and best buy. tesla shares down by about a
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third. and there an investigation into the model s sedan. the company has said we welcome the investigation. it could lead to recall potentially. but the company is also in the meantime put a software patch on the group so that at highway speeds, there is higher ground clearance which is one of the accusations labeled at the automobile. elsewhere where, yahoo! boosting its share buy back program by $5 million. marissa mayer is looking at new ways to reinvent the company even looking at a new head of design. >> so there is a study that says americans hate going to work more than any other country in the world? that's search not true with "morning joe". >> no, no well, if you look at "morning joe" and way too early, 100% of producers. >> absolutely. >> something to do with the love working with the anchor. anyway, but this survey only 7 countries. if you're came needian, 64% of you like or loved your job. only 7% of you hated your job.
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if you're an american, i'm afraid only 50% loved their job and a massive 15% said they hate it. but as i say, 100% of workers and producers on way to early love working with you. >> how about cnbc europe? >> "squawk box" producers could say the same thing. >> i know they're overworked. steve, thank you very much. the wealth gap between the rich and poor particularly easy to see when it comes to shopping. there is an article that points out there is really clean stuff or really expensive stuff. they saw a $7 t-shirt and a $70 t-shirt. $70 for a t-shirt. come on. so what's the biggest waste of money in your closet? and we encourage pictures. i want a picture of whatever it is that you bought and wasted some cash. the #way too expensive. best answers later in the show.
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still ahead, it's not every day that we have a highlight from the mac conference. and you'll want to see this one again. former president bush spent time with jaley leno. and we'll also check on weather. did your relationship go beyond a close friendship? >> yes, it did. yes. >> were you unfaithful? >> yes. i was in love with him. but i was very let down.
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we know we're not the center of your life, but we'll do our best to help you connect to what is.
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i don't do any cleaning. i make dirt. ♪ very, very heavy. i'm not big enough or strong enough for this. there should be some way to make it easier. [ doorbell rings ] [ morty ] here's a box, babe. open it up. oh my goodness! what is a wetjet? some kind of a mopping device. there's a lot of dirt on here. morty, look at how easy it is. it's almost like dancing. [ both humming ] this is called the swiffer dance. time for sports. we start with the dolphins.
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more allegations against incognito. he and one other dolphin player mocked the ethnic background of a team staff player. made jokes about his wife. they asked for a delay while the franchise cooperates. he'll lose over $1 million, so is this a big deal to both sides. who are bad news for the fan who fell from an upper deck on sunday. rob hopkins not only banned from returning to the stadium, he's also now looking for a job after that. hopki hopkins' employer let him go. he could still face criminal charges for the stunt. we don't normally show highlights from teams from the mac conference, but is this a play you can't miss. kent state at ohio, what they doing, faked punt and watch what
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happens. he's 6'4", 260, with the high hurdle. keeps his balance. 61 yards for the touchdown. that is awesome. let's go to baseball. negotiations between the yankees and cano could be at an impasse. we've reported this widely he wants $300 million, yankees say if that doesn't come down, they won't sign him. it's not clear what teams would be willing to meet that price, but he did meet with the mets. >> they will pay him five bucks. that's about all they have. >> i have more for you in a minute. now let's turn to soccer. a handful of teams still looking to secure a spot in the 2014 world country. the question on who is the best player in the world maybe was answered yesterday. portugal against sweden.
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renaldo a hat trick including two goals within two minutes of each other. portugal back in the world country. this year he scored more than liverpool, man city combined. france had to win by three goals or more against ukraine and they did. and france is in the world country. lindsey vonn trashed during a training run. she's still recovering from knee surgery. but we don't know which knee got hurt in this crash or the extent of the injuries. obviously the olympics would not be the same without her and it would be a crushing blow i'm sure to her psyche if she got hurt again. we want to shift gears for a moment. it's official. nbc family of networks, the sexiest in tv news. that's according to media.
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barnicle just looked up. piqued his interest. a whopping 16 of the top 50. cnn came in number two at 11. the talent listed in no particular order, but morning joe family of course mika, and willie geist on the list. and thomas roberts obviously. but one omission. >> who is that? >> you. >> oh, i don't want any part of that list. >> i mean you're the sexiest guy in the studio. >> i'm like a c country in that picture. >> you're just jacked. any way, apologize for not making the list. do you want to see it again? >> i always wanted to go blond. >> i love that fabio circa '92.
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>> it will be on the front of the christmas book i'll give you. good morning, every. first blast of winter is coming first blast of winter is coming down. fps in the northeast one of the coddest windchills yet. 19 at hartford, 18 buffalo. and there is a lot more on the way. look at our friends in fairbanks, alaska. not a misprint. their actual temperature is minus 26 degrees. and this is the cold arctic air that will head southward. it's already moving down to edmonton, canada, minus 15. and that will sweep through the great lakes, ohio valley and northeast. tracking that cold air is the blue and purple color there and the white is really cold. friday, it dips in to minnesota. by the time we get to saturday and sunday, it makes its way all the way through the great lakes and east coast. so just be prepared, it will feel like january type temperatures this upcoming weekend. and even minnesota with sunshine on saturday, a high of 17.
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>> wow. we have friends in alaska and it's amazing how short their -- they don't really have a fall. all right, bill, thank you very much. coming up on "morning joe," the plan to keep american troops in afghanistan for another decade. we'll go live to richard engel in ckabul to explain why americn support may be necessary. and when we come back here, we huddle around the cooler. like a rolling stone like you've never seen it before. why the new bob dylan video has gone viral. [ female announcer ] i like to mix things up a bit
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we talked about the record breaking $13 billion settlement with pchlt mpmorgan chase. if you want to sound smart, tell your friends jpmorgan had nearly $24 billion revenue last court, but reported a $400 million loss mainly stemming from legal fees. bank settlements add up to almost $20 billion. let's go for tto the cooler. former president bush stopped by "the tonight show". >> president obama is koopd ind getting all the late night jokes now. >> better him than me. i really don't miss the spotlight. it's hard for some to believe, but i think eight years in the spotlight is enough. >> i must say, you look much more relaxed.
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>> no kidding. yeah. >> but i mean i would see -- i mean, i know -- >> duh. >> duh! it's amazing video 58 years in the making. bob dylan debuted an interactive video for his hit like a rolling stone which was released in 1965. on the website, you scroll through channels. here's a look. ♪ once upon a time dressed so fine in your prime ♪ ♪ didn't you, people call say beware you thought they were all kidding you ♪ ♪ you used to laugh about
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everybody that was hanging out ♪ ♪ now you goyou don't talk so l now you don't seem so proud ♪ ♪ about having to be scrounging your next meal ♪ >> video of course is a promotional side timed with the release of his 47th disk box set. still ahead, the biggest waste of money in your closet. i want pictures. your tweets and "morning joe" just moments away. mine was earned orbiting the moon in 1971. afghanistan in 2009. on the u.s.s. saratoga in 1982.
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university t-shirt that cost more than $100,000. >> that's a good one. >> and one from a conflicted sports fan. one of these saints is not like the >> i love their mom. she's so outspoken. >> it depends on the end of outspokenness you are on. she did make some nuchlz. >> they asked her about jeb running for president. mrs. bush, would you like your son jeb to run? >> he's by far the most qualified man, but, no, i don't. i think it's a great country. there are a lot of great families. it's not just four families or whatever. there are other people