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good morning. breaking overnight. >> we reject the president-elect. >> protests over the president-elect donald trump. buildings in new york. >> and chicago, demonstrators blocking traffic in los angeles, oakland and portland, oregon. even burning an effigy of the president in new orleans. white house welcome. president obama and the first lady set to meet withaldnd melania trump this morning. oncerte rivals, the ovesident proming cooperation the next 71 days.
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success in uniting leading the couny. >> and power broker. new jersey governor chris christie the man involved in the transition team. what are his plans and does he see a role for him self in the trump administration? we'll ask h in an exclusive li interview day. thursday, november 10th, 2016. and good morning, everybody, welcome to "today" on a thursday morning. we're zooming in on tha shot because this is the moment, this is one of the great traditions in our democracy, the peaceful transfer of power and that will be the sign of an extraordinary meetinghis morning. president obama and president-elect donald trump. >> toe a f on the wall >> if only we could be. i know.
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last night. protesters demonstrating against the election of donald trump and of course, as we learned from this electi, there is a deep divide in this country between cities and more rural areas. >> governor chris christie of new jersey for months has been in charge of transition team for donald trump but it has been thee resident call up to this point. now it is practical, and real. they have 71 days to form an administration. we'll talk to governor christie coming up. let's begin with the anti-trump otests. nbc national correspd migu ma is in los angeles where one of the demonstrationsk ple. >>orter:ds oan protesters spilled into the streets in cities big and small and me than 10 different ties. this as ou new predent is elected. many are sayinghe nstrations areust beginning. outrag or the electi,
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in oakland, wha sed as a viaceful protest quickly turning ent. demonstrators burning flags and vandalizin cars. in san diego, police strgling to keep control of scores d demonstrators. >> we got all together to set-up a sign to let people know and to wake up andell them, know, how we feel about this. >> i amrified about >> reporter: in new york, thousands of protesters chanting and banging drums as they walked past rockefeller center up sixth avenue blocking off streets above trump tower. >> i was in tears of how it was so close, you know,nd so hard to fathom that she was right there and then all of a sudden, in two minutes it was gone. he won. >> reporter: in chicago, they burnedonald ump
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taking turning beating a paper mache likeness of donald trump and torching it. in boston, residents say they're frustrated but determined to work for causes this believe in. >> you can come out here and support and be the cause and be the fight and you know, don't take this as a defeat. take this as motivation to work harder. >> reporter: and back in los angeles ght,overni huneds of people shut down a major highway many struggling to come to grips with the reality of a new p president-elect. rom new york city to oakland there, were arrests made overnight in additn tohose reports of vandalism, pol say molov cocails were thrown at them. for the most part, they were peaceful. president-elect trump and his wife will head to the white house to meet with president
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good morning. >> good morning to this morning's meeting symbolically kicks off the transition from the obama administration to the trump era. the president ordered that both president-elect trump, excuse me, and vice president ect pence receive intelligence briefings but simply put, you can't overstate the awkwardness of visit. the first face to face meeting between two of the country's most bitter political rivals. a meeting of bitter president obama invitg donald trump to join h today in the oval office. >> it is no secret that the president-elect a ie some pret significant differences. >> reporter: the president speaking to a divided nation reminding them of how his predecessor, george w. bush worked wit him following 2008's elecon. >> president bush's team could not have been more professional or gracious in making sure we had a smooth transition so that
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and one thing you realize quickly is that the presidency and vice presidentsy is bigger than any of us. today's ing, a new chapin a fd that dates back to the first term when trphampions birther conspiracy theory. >> donald trump -- >> reporter: the president roasting trump soon aft when the claims wer knocked wn. >> that is because he c fina y get back to focusing on the issues like did we fake the moon landing? >>ter: in the final d before the elecon, the president worked feverishly to kerumput of th white house. >> if someby starts tweeting at 3 in the morning because "snl" made fun of you, you can't handle the nuclear codes. >> reporter: the president's cone shifting from humor to
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this country. that i what i heard inr. trump's remarks last night. >> reporter: >> it is time for us to come >> that is what i heard when i spoke to him directly and i was artened by that. that is what the country needs. a sense of unity, a sense of inclusion. >> a theme echoed by house speaker paul ryan who his own problems with trump. >> donald trump heard a voice out in country that no one else heard. he turned politics on its head and now donald trump will lead a unified republican government. >> reporter: as washington welcomes the next president today, president-elect trump will also meet with house speaker paul ryan. trump's transition team launched its new website, a new logo to
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not to be lost in all of this, the fact that first lady michelle obama will greet melania trump for their first meeting as the white house officially begins to change hands. matt and savannah. >> peter alexander iseady for that as ll. governor chris christie is chairman of donald trump's transition team. it i nice to see you. good morning, guys. >> let's talk about themeeting. th have long and bitter history toth like. >> i think it is going to be great. u hyord from t president-elect on tuesday night that he wants to bring the cotry gether recognizes that there has been great divisions and wts to be a unified force and i tho the president's comments were grt and appropriate. we heard about a peaceful transition of power. you'll see that symbolized. >> how about this as an olive
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one on the birther movement. might donald trump apologize to e president. >> i d thin ihink that is pastus, matt. the ct isresith p said lot of things about dd trump at that time that clearly was attempting to delegitize him. that i politics. what t these men recognize is that now this is about governing and lng the nation and the world. >> i was all about politics when dald trp was making the ts about the president. >> sure, everything is in the context of potics, matt. it doesn't mean he didn't believe those things or wasn' concerned about them, but you see the difference between when two people are in combat in politics versus when the people have spoken. and tuesday night, the people spoke, elect donald trump president of the united states and s now it is time for both donald and the president to move
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here yesterday, he said something, the donald trump he knows, behind closed doors is so vastly different than the donald trump we have seen from tha rally stage. do you agree with that? and do you thinkhat is a -- 're about t see some new side of donaltrump? >> firstoff, i've bn friends with him for 14 years and so i would say there a a lot of things aboutim that pub has not yet seen but i don't think that is unusual for people in public life. you hear all the time whether was about al gore, the vice esiden president obama and i've been able to hav time with him privately, too. people have different sides whachl will hapnuring a presidency, i lie, is you'l get much more o an opportunity to see both sides. we saw the protests last night. it is just a reminr that half of this country, you know, feel very scared andfraid and upset. what do you think president-elec trump's tone towa them should be? wh is his message? what is outeach he should do.
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it was not a combative speech at all. it wasn't a divive speech. it was a unifying speech and he recognized those folks on tuesday night, talked about the people that didn't support him. he said i'm commitd to being president for all americans. that is whate had to do and that is what he dido on tuesda >> pau ryan says donald trump he obviously has the white house, the house and t senate. republica have a mandate. >> sure. absolutely. when you control both houses of congress and the white house, you not only have a mandate, you have a huge responsibility, now the republican party is in charge of the fedal government we have obligation to get things done. >> let me ask you about your personal future in or outside of government. a couple of your close associations convicted on all counts. do you think that event and trial will cas a long shadow on you if you would like a role in the trump administrati >> no. i think the long shadow was c
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verdict was that they confirmed what i knew and did in juary of 2014 ich was back then i said after 24 hours it is my view that three people are responsible for what happened there. those three people, after three years of investion, matt, andhe trial, the same three people i fired in january of '14 were the thr people held responsible by the u.s. attorney's office and that jury. >> what role do you want in a trump administration? >> i really don't -- >> what have you talked about? >> we have not talked about anything. it is true the was absolutely adamant about not discussing the transition before he was elected. >> the reports are he didn't want to jinx it. >> that was part of it. the other part was, he wanted to remain focused on what he needed to do which was winning. hed to me back inmay. you focus on gettings ready for me and we'll talk on election night. so we spoke on election night but not about me. we spoke about the transition.
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staff? >> you don't really think -- >> thats a prnant pause. >> you don't really think i'm answering these question. you know me better than that. i'm not committed to doing anything in a new administration or not. the bottom line is that i have a ojob t do to help get the administon ready. if there is some role for me th i want to do and that the president-elect wants me to do, we've knownh other for 14 ye we'll talk abo it. maybe it is show,". tt who knows. >>hat i yourime ble. >> you'veeen around her a long time. we'll gover the contract today >> that is a job thathe of here. present doesn't appoint. >>be we can work something out. i'm a nice guy, savannah. >> we'll do a screening interview late let me ask you a quick thing. >> good news me. >> trump's adult children have been a huge part of h mpaign. n you see him appointing one of his adult children to a
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that is nepotism, i'm n going there. >> i haven spon to the president-elect there. my sense is that donald's children who are huge p of running the business intend to run the business. th will always have an influence with the d. he will always turn to them for advice and council as all of deuce when our children get older, but i tnk their intent from what i heardrom tm ist they're foc running the business. thguy who did run the busines has a new job. >> donald trump praised hillary clinton in his speechut going to lock her up and appoint a special prosecutor, has he dropped that? >> i haven't spoken to them. they had an enormously gracious conscious on tuesday night. secretary was gracious to the ent-elect and the president-elect has been credib gracious to her. cs apoti over, people have spoken. >> people wanted her to be cked up. ose are his constituents.
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they voted for donald trump to be the president of united states. it is his job, and i'm confident he will, bring country together. >> dyou have an alarm clock? >> you'll love halloween here. >> i can look stranger? that will be good. i look forward to it. let's go to the other side of the aisle now. trump white house mean for the democrats who find themsinelves the weakestosition in washington in eight years. nbc's kristin welker has that part of the story. good morning to you. >> reporter: matt, goorning to you. despite the bitterate betweenlion and trump, democrats and lawmakers, more broadl agree that they should work ther to help the country come together but that won't be easyen the history parofsan rankereren wash. this morning, democrats coming
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republicans are now firmly in control of washgton, winning the white house andolding both houses of congress. >> this is the most incredible political feat i've seen in my life time. >>e've been given a temrary lease on power if you will and i think we need to use it responsible. >> reporter: democrats defeated but looking for ways to find common ground. house minority leader nancy losi placed a call saying infstructure jobs -- bernders turned top surrogat >> our job is to elect hillary clinton. ow n sofng his tone a vowing it to w with trump on policies that help the liv of working families. sanders also warning to the degree that he pursued racist,
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will oppose them. they are facing a fierce fight ahead over obama care. >> real change comes with immediately repealing and replacing the disaster known as obama care. >> and the supreme court, trump vowing aore conservative pick than merrick garland. >> theme c suprert is what it is all about. >> reporter: the democrats are focud on their own future and party stand outs who may help lead the way. warren who proved to be one of the most effective trump attack dogs. >> he thinks that because he has a mouth full of tictacs that he can force himself on any w within grong distan. >> reporter: and new jersey senator corey boor who's name was floated as a possible vp pick and rising star in the party. >> patriotism is love of country but you can't love your country without loving your country men
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>> reporter: the attempt at unity may be short lived. ngressional republicans alady vowing to ce tontinuir vestigations into secretary clinton's prite e-mail server. matt, savannah. >> kristin welker. thank you very much. mr. roker is here with a first chec of t weather. >> we ve chilly sotu t start off with. weave frost and free wa right now stretching from the carolinas all the way into oklahoma and they're going totart t but in the meantime, temperatures are close to freezing from asheville to fayetteville. jet stream to the north so we'll be staying warm. eugene oregon, temperatures in the 60s. st. louis into the 50s as well as we getnto next week, those warm temperatures stretch from chicago,an antonio, tuscon a salt lake city. we'll get to your forecast comingp in the next 30
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:30 now on a thursday rninmo november 10th, 2016. and there is a look at the white house after attacking each other througut the campgn, presidenelectonald trump are meeting there this morning. it is face to face in the oval office to begin a transition of r most people did not eect to see. >> we'll have more on that of course in a moment. let's look at the oth headlines, thousands of people taking to the streets in major cities to prote donald trums election. one of the largest democrat strakss happed here in new york where the protesters mayed right to trump tower, a similar gathering held outside the trump
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gunman who shot two police officers near pittsburgh killing one of them. it happened in the town of canonsburg. vestigators have not yet revealed the circumstances surrounding the shootings. seven were killed, more than 50 injured when a tram over turned on wednesday in south london. a 42-year-old driver has been arrested now on suspicious of manslaughter. the tram appears to have been traveling too fast on a sharp bend and they're looking into out at the controls. we have talked a lot about donald trump's up coming transition to power but his opponent in the presidential race is now facing a major trantion of her own. what does the future hold for hillary clinton and the clinton fami? andrea mitchell has more on that. hi drea, good morning. >> reporter: after decades of public service, hillary clinton's dream to become the first woman president shattered. her politicalcareer,ost
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hillary clinton conceding the race to donald trump in a speech she never imagined having to give. >> we must accept this result and then lookthefuture. donald trump is going to be our president. i know how disappointed you feel because i feel it, too. and so do tens of millions of americans who invested their hopes and dreams in this effort. >> reporter: painfully close to making history but falling especially young girls not to lose hope. >> i know, i know we have still not shattered that highest and hardest glass ceiling but someday someone will and hopefully sooner than we might think right now. the clinton family first took the national stage in 1992 when then arkansas governor bill
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office it was hillary clinton's turn in the political spotlight, first as senator from new york and then losing the democratic mination to barack obama in 2008 agreeing to serve as his secretary of state. >> the urgency of the global climate crisis must not be underestimated. >> reporter: with her white house dreams now dashed, what is next for the clintons? friends say they need time to heal from the shock of losing to donald trump but when they are ready, if they want, they'll have their pick of paid speeches t book deals, corporate advisory boards, possibly academic affiliations. as a private ci htizen,lary clton won't have to worry about the conflict of interest questions that plagued her during the campaign. they als don't have to scale back the clinton foundation, a big target for critics whenhe was in politics. >> this is, indeed, the end of the clinton era. a generational end. she thought she would be president-elect today. so there wasn't something in the
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>> reporter: one thing that is not going away at any time soon are hillary clinton's investigations, already the house over sight chairman announced he is going to keep looking into her use of a private server whe she was secretary of state. so that beat goes on. matt and savannah. >> already. thank you very much. we will take a no turn we have another look at our weather. you'reking at texas. >> we have wet weather for our friends down in the southern tip of texas from corpus christi into del rio texas. a quarter of an inch or so. we're watching a powerful storm make its way into the pacific northwest bringing heavy rain, one to two inches of rain over the next several days. we have near record temperatures stretching from the plains mild from the southwest and the central plains. gusty winds ahead of the cold front. here in the east ast, w looking at lots of sunshine from
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trump's first 100 days in office? white house thi morning.t the hi, hallie, gmornin >> reporter: hey there, good morning, savannah a matt. donald trump has made a lot of campaign promises over these last 16, 18 months. some of them will ve a shot when he takes office injanuary. we wanted to check out his scorecard for success. >> reporter: he ran on a campaign promiseo shake up washington. >> we together are going drain the swamp. >> reporter: but now that his trantion tthe white house is happening, just how realistic are president-elect trump's goals? one of his first priorities -- tearingown obamacare. >> real change begins with immediately repealing and replacing the disasternowns obamacare. >> reporter: trump will lead an all-out assault on the affordable care act. president obama's signature law
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file this under "maybe." first, congressmen need to take action. while republicans could have trouble getting the 60 votes to get it to the president's desk, a vote to repeal did make it to president obama earlier thi year under a special budget procedure that required only a simple majority. he, of course, vetoed the repeal. if it makes it to a president trump, tesult would likely be a different story. also on his agenda -- reshaping the supreme court. >> the supreme court, >> reporter: file this under "highly likely." with republicans controlling congress, trump's all but assured a more conservative supreme court pick. >> the american people have spoken and president trump will send us a nominee, i assume, early next year. >> reporter: trump's relsed his list of picks to fill the seat lt vacant after the death of justice antonin scalia. among the notable names -- senar mike lee of utah who did not vote for the party's
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>> we will build a great wall along the southern border. >> reporter: his mexican-funded bordwall? "unlikely." part of the m --problehe cost. estimates range from $8 billion to $122 billion. and while he says mico would pay, that country's foreign minister saying yesterday, that's not happening. also unlikely, another campaign pledge. >> donald j. trump is calling for a total and complete shutdown o united states. >> reporter: his temporary proposed muslim ban, unpular, even among many republicans. candidate trump already gnaling he't take such a hardline stance. >> reporter: expect for the president-elect trade to be another issue in those first 100 days. he doesn't always see eye to eye with the rest of his party on that. that's a topic that may or may not come up with president-elect trump and vice president-elect
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paul rn after their trip to the white house this morning. >> hallie jackson at the white house thisorningthank you. >>t's>lering in nolle wallace a steve kornacki who at this poin nt need introduction. nicolle, you've been there. what are these meetings about? the white house is this scene, this is the peaceful transfer of power. there isons of symbolism. but it is alsoy personal. >> it is very personal. and there is a lot of talk about when you turn the page, a hard-fought campaign is over. governor christie has talked about, trump's election, president obama was one of the most powerful spokesmen in makg the case against trump's candidacy. so everyone is committed to turning the page because the business govning is so much more grave than the business of campaigning. but these are human beings. they're not robots. >> what nicolle is saying, is you can't unring a bell. some of thehings that have been said during the course of this campaign a going to stick around. >> it's interesting, what's
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called has been so strikingly different than the election itself. i think that probably is encouraging to everybody becse we thought such an unprecedented campaign may be the aftermath would be unprecedented. so far it is going the way iis supposed to go. i think things are going to get interesting when you look at how democrats react. obviously democrats do not like donald trump. at the same time, this is a guy who's taken some positions on issues where he actually could find some democratic help on capitol hill. >> that's interesting. it is a good segue to my question for nicolle. how is he remaking the republican party, not just in tone, but also the orthodoxy of the republican party and the policy. so how do you think that all plays out in terms of what he tries to do in 100 days? for example, trade agreements. >> he owes the republican party nothing. he won without the republican establishment behind him. and, frankly, with sort of the republican folks that make their way on to tv shows -- >> but guess who's waiting for
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the republican establishment. >> he really has an opportunity ft an agenda and pick his partners. if trade is a place where he finds more enthusiastic support among democrats, he has an opportunity to work with democrats. court of supreme there will be issues whether there are natural alliances with the conservative movement in and out of the government. but he is in such a unique position in that he owes this victory to no one other than his small sort of pirate ship campaign and his base of support around the country. >> if these protests continue to build,uld donald trump say nothing and let the emotion play itself out or should he speak again to the arican people? >> i think at some poit is not directly addressing the protests that's his responsibility. but i think theessage that he delivered after this election tonally is the message you want the winner in the election to deliver. he was gracious about his opponent. he talked about uniting the country. as long as he continues to deliver a message like that, i think that's what we expect of a
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yestery and i took my money out of my pocket. look what i found? i found a little piece of paper with the predictions from election eve of when this was going to be called. >> you know what's going about him? he never says "i told you so." >> chuck is not here to defend himself. steve predicted 11:20 at night. >> that was pacific time. >> i forget what i said. >> 1:00 a.m. >> i was closer. >> but if i had askedyou, and who is going to win? i would not have predicted this outcome. but it is -- you know, i think there is a lot of hand-wringing. i dropped my son off at school yesterday morning. a lot of moms came up to me figuring out how to talk to their kids. i think it is just important to member that we've sort of been through extraordinary events bere. i am a recount survivor. i am a mccain-palin survivor.
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it's been a feast -- a feast -- for the late night hosts this election. tamron's over in the orange room with what they're saying. >> s. interesting mix. it was a feast and they kept
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going. in their first show since the election late last night, the host of the shows we love watching had a mix of sincerity and their own special brand of humor. >> if your child asks the ultimate question -- why do bad things happen to good people -- you finally have the answer. the electoral college. >> of course, this means that early next year trump will be moving into the white house. he will become the first president who moves in and hangs up his own portrait. >>wo thingsap donald trump got elected president, and my job just got easier for the next four yes. >> based on this pattern of me being wrong on everyone of my donaldrump predictions, he's probably going to be a great [ bleep ] president. >> so there was another moment in particular that caught our attention when seth meyers got emotional addressing the person who's out there who could still be our nation's first female president. >> the fact is, we don't know who you are but i imagine this
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one for you, one that will make you work harder and strive farther. and whoever you are, i hope i live to see your inauguration and i hope my mom does, too. she was really excited yesterday. and i was really sad for her. >> one of the viewers respond odd, like so many people, saying i had my daughter watch this. very poignant and touching. seth has been receiving high praise, as you guys know, for his shows he's going to keep it going. he is one of thet out there. nikki speaks to how i think people felt when he got emotional there. >> tamron, thank you so much. coming up, tom broka on the mood of the nation post election and we'll also tell you about
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it's 8:00 on "tay." coming up, election frustration. anti-trump protester overnight in major cities across the country, from nework to chicago to los angeles. despite calls for unity from both hillary clinton and president obama. >> we have to remember that we're actually all on one team we're not democrats first, we're not republicans first. we are americans first. >> this as the president and president-elect hold a high-profile meeting at the white house this morning. so after an exhausting and brutal campaign, can americans
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"today," thursday, november 10th, 2016. ?? >> check it off our bucket list. >> all of the way from hawaii. >> we're here fon our 2001 day anniversary from north carolina. hey, kids! ?? >> >> no school in jersey so we're here at the "today" show. >> we're here to see "today." >> it's 8:00 on "today." it's monday, november 10th, 2016. beautiful day. you know, i have missed our crowd. we haven't really seen our crowd for a couple days because we've been over in the election center. so we say a warm good morning on a cool, cool kind of morning.
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coming up, the holiday season kicks into high gear. we've got your first look at this year's rockefeller center christmas tree. >> can't believe it. thanksgiving, two weeks from today. >> very cool. >> holidays are here. >> that's right. and we got all-star chefs, two, not bun was two, michael demon coand michael white. two thanksgiving day side dish favorites. >> two of the nicest gs you will ever meet. >> also, potato ds. but first, let's get a check of the headlines. here's the news at 8:00. >> good morning. i'm peter alexander here at the white house ahead of today's meeting between president obama and president-elect trump to this country's fiercest rifles. they will gather together inside the oval office. during the campaign of course president obama dismissed trump as unfit and unqualified to be president. trump has long challenged the president's legitimacy, questioning his place of birth. still, the president is emphasizing his commitment to a
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of president obama's signature achievements. as the one-time bitter rivals get ready to meet today in the oval office, president obama pledged to help donald trum transition to the presidency. >> now, everybody is sad when their side loses an election. but the day after we have to remember that we're actually all on one team. this is an intramural scrimmage. we're not democrats not republicans first. we are americans first. >> reporter: trump made no public appearances the day after winning the presidency, meeting with tom aides in trump tower, closed off to the public. in his victory speech trump said it's time for americans to bind the wounds of division and come together. >> for those who have chosen not to support men the past, of which there were a few people, i'm reaching out to you for your guidance and your help so that
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our great country. >> reporter: trump received calls and message of congratulations from top elected officials and world leaders, including russia's vladimir putin. in her concession speech hillary clinton told devastated supporters that americans owe donald trump an open mind and a chance to lead. >> we have seen that our nation is more deeply divided than we thought. but i still believe in america and i always will. an accept this result and then look to the future. >> reporter: clinton and her family returned to their home in chappaqua as her top aides gathered for the last time in their unsuccessful campaign. as protesters marched out of several dozen schools and universities across the country the president sending a message today to a divided country, struggling to cope with this unprecedented election. >> the peaceful transition of
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our democracy. and over the next few months we are going to show that to the world. >> this morning on "today," chris christie, the chairman of donald trump's transition team, echoed the sentiments. >> that's policy though and i think what these two men regnize is now it's about governing and leading the nation and the world. >> this morning we're gting an early look at what a trump administration might look like. this is the new website just launched. you can see it up on screen right now. first lady michelle obama is going to greet melania trump. the first meeting between the two as the white house prepares to change hands. matt and savannah? >> anti-trump protesters took to the streets as well into the night. thousands of demonstrators turned out from coast to coast disrupting traffic and declaring they refused to accept trump's victory. in new york city demonstrators jammed the area outside trump
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president." in los angeles, oakland, chicago, and new york more than 100 protesters were arrested. many of those for disorderly conduct. >> breaking overnight, a manhunt under way in western pennsylvania for the person who shot two police officers. one of those officers has now died if shooting happened early this morning. they were responding to a domestic situation in can nonszburg, 20 nils south west of pittsburgh. neighbors were told to stay in their homes as police searched for the suspect and area schools were placed on a two-hour pl department of children and family services has cleared brad pitt of allegations of child abuse. the investigation stemmed from an alleged incident on a private plane carrying pitt, angelina jolie and their children in september. sources familiar with that investigation tell nbc news the allegations were not substantiated after interviews with family members, including the children. jolie has filed for divorce citing irreconcilable differences with pitt.
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under way after a special issue of "newsweek" magazine hit store shelves. there it is with hillary clinton and the words "madam president" on the cover. "newsweek" says two special editions were produced by a third-party licensee and they prematurely shipped out the covers. retailers were told not to put issues on salerior to the election but a handful did. about 17 were sold. work is under w out of the stores and have them replaced with the "president trump" version that was almost printed up. a little dewey defeats true man. >> it comes with a cleveland indians champs t-shirt. sorry, cleveland. just ahead, more on the mood of this nation after the bitter and divisive election. where we go from here and how you can help your kids make sense of all this. and then tom brokaw is here.
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we're back now, 8:12, with the question being asked a lot in the wake of this campaign and donald trump's election. how do we move forward as america? >> here's nbc's joe fryer. >> no trump, no kkk, no fascist
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now ring wildly. >> that's not my president. >> reporter: protester ace cross the country are expressing anger over donald trump's shocking win. >> donald trump has got to go. >> reporter: for every vote that ended with heartache -- >> usa! usa slam. >> reporter: -- there's one that carries joy. >> there this is a fractured country and trump is a doctor. >> reporter: trump supporters are celebrating from miami >> donald trump is the only one that can help us. >> reporter: -- to new york. >> everybody is beeping their horns in honor of trump. it's ago trump burrough. >> reporter: celebrity allies like actress kirstie alley are sending congrats an opponents used a #notmypresident. john legend writing, i feel like america just sent in our tuition check for trump university. despair blanketed the school for girls in california where
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celebrate the first female president. >> what was the day like today? >> if i had to sum it up well it would be going through the five stages of grief. >> the big take away from this election for me is also how divided our country is. >> although our country is in a divided state at the moment we can still find ways to look past this and to still encourage each other. >> reporter: for the students it's a lesson in politics witnessing a combative campaign but then at the end gracious speeches fm >> i think the message has been very much you're worthwhile, you are important, your voice matters. and one day you will get to run for president of the united states. >> reporter: to lift their spirits the girls created a video which they'll send to hillary clinton. >> we are stronger together! stronger than ever! thank you, secretary clinton. >> reporter: it's hard to know how most americans will choose to move forward. in new york hundreds of post-its
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seth meyers tried to offer something positive. >> in general, i am hopeful for president trump because hope is always the best possible path to take. >> reporter: a country torn apart, hoping there's enough thread to eventually sew things back together. for today, joe fryer, nbc news, los angeles. >> dr. jennifer hartseen is an adolescent and child psychologist. it's one thing a lot of parents have said, not just after election day and the result but l do i talk to my kids about this? and for kids, you know, world events loom so large when they're focused in on them. do you have any tips on how to talk about it, whether you're happy with the result or not? >> right, i think that's the thing. you can be happy, you can be sad, our kids are absorbing all of this. the first thing is keeping it simple. your younger children do not need to know the same information as your older children and keep it on point and direct. you want to really -- don't put
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because a lot of these kids absorb everything around them and then they're just repeating it but they don't always understand it. validate their feelings. really let them know that you understand. and then everybody needs to start to work towards a place of acceptance and kind of awareness and then decide what they want to do about it. be it a good thing or bad thing for you. kind of move towards the acceptance. >> i think one of the hard things as parents and i've got three children, so we spend a lot of time in my house talking about compromise. and when they hear what's going on in this election or there doesn't seem to be a lot of area of compromise. it seems to be one end or the other. split down the middle. >> right. you know, sometimes -- and i think obama said it great with all of his sports references in his speech yesterday, there's a winner and a loser and that's not compromise. and this is one of those moment where there is a winner and unfortunately there's a loser and everybody can choose which side they're on. we have to accept that that's what is and work in that spectrum. >> a lot of focus are on those
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also there's a lesson if you were a supporter of president-elect trump because it also shows how to be gracious in victory. >> absolutely. this is a really wonderful lesson in sportsman like conduct. how do we say this is great and i'm so excited but respect that someone else loss and honor that for them. >> you have to remember, kids are sponges. if you don't think they heard everything, they heard everything. >> they did. they did. we've got to respect that and hear what they have to say. >> what about specific fears? you know, there are some kids who might have been example, about immigration or deportation or they hear about terrorism, they hear about racism. you know, there's just all kinds of accusations that have flown back and forth. and if you've got older kids, how do you address these issues? >> sure. i've seen it in my practice. yesterday there were a lot of teens afraid of what's going to happen to me and my friends. i think it's really being able to sit with them, talk about it, remind them that you're going to work really hard to protect them, remind them the government is not just one person.
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positive and a great place. and that's what we're going the all hope for. >> keep it in perspective. good lessons for everybody, all ages. thank you. let's go over to al and get a check of the weather. >> how about the weekend? take a deep breath and reset and just kind of enjoy. here's your weather for it. cooler weather through the great lakes. sunshine through the gulf coast. unseasonably mild through the plains. from northern california into the pacific northwest. look for wet weather. looking ahead towards saturday. got a cooldown in the northeast new england. great lakes looking gorgeous. sunshine. unseasonably warm. beautiful weather in the southwest into southern california. sunday, sunday, a big football day. we've got lots of sunshine in the northeast. some showers along the mid atlantic coast. heavy rain moves into the pacific northwest and the sunny skies continue again down through the southwest and into
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>> and that is your latest weather. all right, mr. roker. thank you very much. fresh off covering another historic election, tom perspective. we should mention, he's also celebrating a milestone. 50 years here at nbc. and tom plans to donate all his papers and memorabilia to the library at the university of iowa. that is a cool thing, tom. good morning. nice to see you. >> especially gen t fact that i spent one year there and i had a double major. beer and coeds. [ laughter ]. >> but we digress. >> but they didn't let go of me
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>> i'll get to that in a second but i want to talk to you about what's happening at the white house today. we've just been through a lot as a nation with this election. yet i think, shouldn't we all take comfort in what's going to happen at the white house today? >> it is part of the majesty of the american system is that a loser, and in fact barack obama is a loser because his candidate didn't win. he's going out of office but he is welcoming in a gracious way the unexpected winner, donald trump, who has an agenda completely different than they can have a transition that is peaceful and we hope it will be very efficient for the country. >> you were watching, i know, the speech that hillary clinton gave yesterday. in addition to watching her and listening to what she was saying, i was looking at that room and it looked like a political wake. and in some ways it just showed the disappointment of about half the people in this country, particularly when it comes to the attempt to elect a woman as president of the united states. >> well, actually i think in the
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not as important as other issues. the country was saying, we want big change. and they didn't see her as an agent of change. we want washington to get it. we're not happy with what's going on out here. i know a lot of those people are stuck, the working class in the middle part of america. but yet when i saw those young people weeping and i thought to myself, i hope they stay on the hunt. i hope that they say that political and public service is very importanto me. we went through this a lot in 19 w hubert humphrey and a lot of people were giving up on the system. but you've got to stay in it if you're going to change it. donald trump stayed the course and ran a campaign that no one thought could be successful but he saw his way through it. >> after 50 years in the business you can still be surprised, can't you? >> i can be surprised every time. people were tired of hearing me saying this but my mantra during the campaign is the ufo theory,
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and it occurred and it occurred by a magnitude of 10,000. >> let's get to this great honor, you're dgonatin your memorabilia and papers to the university of iowa. why? >> it wa tsir idea. they came to me. i was reluctant. do i have enough important stuff. they were persistent. they've got a wonderful world class y.librar all digitalized. the library of congress, connected. i started going through my material. and my god, i was it was. >> can we talk about somef the things and actually as i walked over to say hi to you this morning i walked right past this picture here which is you and nancy reagan. do you know what year that was? >> it was -- it was about three years into their- so about 1980 -- 1981 or '82. we had had a spat. i had said some things about the president that she reallyidn't like. i had known them from california days covering them.
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nancy, you don't want to get around her for three months. then they called me and said you're going to be invited to a state dinner, you have to think about what you're going to say to her in the receiving line. don't worry about the president. all of the way up to her, he was saying, which you figured it out. i got to her and she looked at me with that steely look and i said to her, nancy, back to square one. at that moment the picture was taken and she said, back to square one. that photograph arrived the next difficult. this is how good with the inscription, "tom, back to square one." and we went on from there. >> talk about what's on the table here. i'm a huge baseball fan. that is an incredible item. >> when the giants were playing the as in the world seriese went a crew out toimaggio. we found him in his barber shop. he said this is for tom brokaw. i had never met him at that point. we said, do you think he would like a baseball from me? >> is this a trick question?
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from joe dimaggio. there are not very many of those around. >> 1989, tom, you were there as the berlin wall came down. and you've got mementos of that as well. >> well, the highlight of my career in so many ways. and as they started to knock off pieces of the berlin wall, ed lee, a computer experts, bring them to me. so i brought back a bunch of them and we will see some of them here and encase them as you can see and handed them out to my friends and every time i look at them i think about the symbolic of the end of the communism. >> this here is from the myrrh are federal building in oklahoma city. >> john hanson, assistant fire commission, the spokesman there, brought that to me because i lived in oklahoma city for so many days. and as a product of the great plains i identified with what they were going through and wrote an essay about it. this is a notebook that i was interviewing bill gates, i got his name circled there, at a time, it was the beginning of the age that we're now moving
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with him including an hour documentary. >> do you remember when you stopped using notebooks? >> you know, i still use them. i did even on election night. i wrote down things i wanted to make sure i ha. i trusted the digital piece of but at the same time there's something that connects me to the ideas that up writing about. >> great, by the way, great picture of you and nelson mandela. 50 years at nbc. i have been a fan for all of them. >> well, we've had friendships as well. that's the other part the payoff for me is not what i got to do. it's all the people who helped me through it, quite honestly, matt. you and i have the privilege of being out in front of the camera. we couldn't do it with all of ese folks that are here supporting us every day. >> yeah. >> and i'm going to make an effort for all of them to get compensated as well as you do. [ applause ] >> you're not doing so bad yourself, mr. brokaw.
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we're back with much more right
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eck of the weather..
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we're back now, 8:30 on a thursday morning, it is the 10th day of november, 2016. 've got a really big crowd out on the plaza. everybody enjoying some chillier weather. >> guess what's coming? >> thanksgiving?
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>> oh, the tree! yeah, the tree! >> that's right. they're out in upstate new york right now cutting it down. we'll tell you the heartwarming story behind this year's rockefeller center tree. >> we always get a little bonded to the tree. it is our friend. also, we are getting ready for thanksgiving. we've bee doing side dishes all week. i am very excited because potatoes are here. finally. today is potato day. the two michaels sharing some awesome recipes. then peter burg on norring our nation's hero. and i sat down with legendary carl reiner. >> you've got the forecast. you bet. right now we are looking at a gorgeous day in the east. little on the chilly side. gusty winds around the great lakes. near record temperatures in the plains. looking ahead toward friday, we
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into the plain states. pacific northwest, little on the wet side, windy and cooler as that front moves into the northeast. gorgeous weather along the gulf coast into the southeastern >> don't forget, get that weather any time you need it. go to the weather channel on cable. >> mr. roker, thank you very much. director peter burg has brought some harrowing stories
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"lone survivor" and "deepwater horizon." you can catch his latest project on the small screen just in time for veterans day. new history channel series called "the war fighters." peter, great to see you. talk to me about the idea behind this. because this is different from what you've done. >> well, i have done shows in the military space and i am a big fan and a supporter of our military. this show gave us an opportunity to go very deep in to the personal lives and into the women of our special operations. >> i think we've all seen a story unfold, a true story, and we've all thought, what was behind that? you know, where did these people come from? where do they go after this happened to them? i love the fact as we are looking on the screen right now, we're hearing from the actual people. >> i'm very proud of the fact that 90 veterans actually worked on the show. they were part of making the
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you get these men who generally are the most tight-lipped, private guys you will ever meet in your life, telling really intimate stories about their love for each other and how they operated. >> it is so real because often times when hollywood does these stories -- i don't mean to paint with a broad brush -- you get only the bravado side of things. here you get the fact of what they felt like when they were going through it and what it was like after the trauma. >> absolutely. this episode youre is about a young soldier named mark guzzo who tragically committed suicide after he got out of serving in the s.e.a.l.s. he was an extraordinary man. you go et to hear interviews with his brothers from the military community, but also his parents who both served in the military for a combined 60 years. it's gut-wrenching and really takes you deeply into an issue which today, right after what we've experienced in the last
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important that we really can pay our respects and learn a little bit more -- a lot more about these extraordinary men. >> i'm so glad you brought that up because the timing is important because verans day obviously. but after an election like this that divides the nation in half, everyone can agree on the support for these kindsf people. >> certainly the one thing that clinton and trump both agreed on was that we need to do more for our veterans. i think that to do more we've got to who these men are, what they go through, what their lives are like when they get out. if people really do care -- everybody likes to say "thank you for your service" and "i respect you so much." i feel like if we really care, it is our responsibility to get to know these men a little more deeply so we can understand that. >> talking about the small screen here. can we go back to the big screen for a second? >> do whatever you want, matt.
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-- film coming up. >> it starts right before the boston marathon bombing and ends right after the second bomber was caught. it is really a look at how this extraordinary commuty came together in the face of what is cominghis new horrific reality that we live . it's also -- if i may say without getting in trouble, a positive look at law enforcement and a show that really reminds us why cops can be so -- great, incredible people. it shows the very best of this community responding to a really horrific experience. >> the emotions are still so raw on that subject, especially up in boston. does that put extra pressure o you when you make a movie like that? >> i mean it -- i wase something i should go do a love story in france and i end up making movies like "patriots's day" or "lone survivor." but to be welcomed into that community and mt the police and private citizens and the fbi
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that responded, much like we saw here 9/11 and we've seen many places since then. but to see how honorable and patriotic and just what great men and women responded to boston like responded to tampa or san bernardino. it was an honor. so the pressure was a bit more intense than maybe doing a super hero film, but it was a privilege to tell that story. >> you and mark wahlberg are peter, always good to see you. what a pleasure. thank you very much. you can catch the veterans day marathon of "the war fighters" starting tomorrow night on the history channel. up next, al's going to sit down with a living legend -- carl reiner. but first, this is "today"
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living legends," where al gets to sit down, basically with some of your heroes. >> absolutely. and have a good time while we do it. it is a comedic writer, actor and director. carl and i chatted at his home in los angeles on the secret to longevity and why laughter can really be the best medicine. >> i got 12 emmys. i have three children, they can get four a piece when i go. >> reporter: if carl reiner's got something to say, chances are it's funny. >> comedy is always about what's happening in your life and the world and there's nothing better than getting a laugh. it makes everybody happy. >> reporter: over a career that spanned more than seven decades, the 94-year-old has penned, directed and acted out some of comedy's greatest hits. >> there's the little lady that put you out of business. >> reporter: from the semi-auto buy graphical dick van dyke
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collaborations with steve martin like "the jerk." and the 2000-year-old man. >> people actually hit themselves on the face? >> oh, boy, wow! >> that hurts though. >> boy, you bet it does. >> reporter: reiner's ad lib routine with mel brooks. >> mel is the funniest human being in the world. he's connected to the truth, to the absolute truth. you tell the absolute truth and you get a laugh. >> is it true that almost every >> he sits right there. >> he sits there. >> right there. >> here are the two funniest guys on the planet, you're both now in your 90s. >> well, if you stop, then they put you away. >> what's your fountain of youth? >> having something to do. i can't wait to get up in the morning. you do these leg exercises. i'm not kidding, they absolutely work. very few people 94 can put their legs like that. >> carl, i'm just curious. there's like a couple of bags.
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>> you guessed. >> where they from? >> they're chicken feathers. they come from those pillows. and mel sits there. one day he goes, what's that? it's a feather sticking. and i put them here. here's another one. >> here -- take it. >> you've written about relationships. you've written about friendships. what makes a good relationship? >> my wife said it best. marry somne isn't that perfect? she had a way of putting things. my son, robby, when he did "harry and sally" and she's the one that delivered the line, "i'll have what she's having." >> i'll have what she's having. >> is comedy genetic? >> it can be genetic. that's a good beginning. but it is also environmentally. if you laugh at things, you find things to laugh at in the worse situations sometimes you find things to laugh at. >> oh, look at that. that's a goodie.
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>> that's worth it. >> there is so much amazing in that piece. but i think in doing the yoga pose on the bed. >> at 94! >> he's very flexible and limber. >> that's the secret to good comedy. >> i don't know what might happen. >> that's cool. up next, michael white, michael kitchen, how to make potatoes the real star of your
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we are back with more of our special series "today food all-star thanksgiving." all month we've been pairing with expert chefs to help make the holiday meal the best ever. this morning i present the
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guys, good morning. i haven't hid my love of potatoes. we're doing potato sides this morning. >> yes. i'm doing a regular potato -- regular. regular for -- >> yes. >> just say regular. yukon gold potatoes with a little bit of cream, onions. >> i have sweet potato mash. >> talk to me, baby. >> with marshmallow cream. >> all right. our tasters are downstairs. >> we're making potato saute a little bit of onion, garlic, thyme. you can use russet potatoes. thinly slice these. >> they don't let me touch this usually. >> we're going to put these into a buttered baked dish, a little
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put it directly in the oven and this is what we are left with. >> so you saute this -- just go back a step. >> just a little bit of cream. just a little bit though. right? >> are you kidding? this is how much i put in my coffee every morning. i used to have a flat stom mock. potatoes to the next level. pour this over, bake in the oven. >> i am giving michael as much time as he wants. >> but i love this because it is kind of a low maintenance recipe. >> very low maintenance. >> as we walk, let's ask the tasters how they like that. >> really good. >> you're getting a lot of amens. >> tell me about sweet potato mash. >> we have mashed sweet potatoes with maple syrup and of course there is some cream and butter in there. but the potatoes are very easy. we just bake them.
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potatoes in aluminum foil, bake 45 minutes, an hour. when they're soft, and these are hard, raw. you'll see when they're soft, that's when they are ready to come out. very simple. this is some cream and butter here. this is -- this is all going to go into our mashed potatoes. add some maple syrup. that's my sweetener. i also like to add bourbon to this but we'll leave it out for thanksgiving. >> why would we do that? >> bou cinnamon. >> low on the glycemic index. >> look and mr. cheese and cream. >> we like it just the way it is. we have our baked sweet potatoes. so easy. >> once they are soft, it is easy to peel. >> that's right. you can mash them with a potato masher or even just a spoon. what i'll do is just add my
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>> quid. butter. >> it is cream, butter. whent's hot. everythi is hot. potatoes just came out of the oven, the cream and the butter are hot. we're going to keep it that way. when we mix this all up, we'll put it into a baking dish. this is my marshmallow cream. those are egg whites that are whipping up there. we're going to add some corn syrup to that and some -- let's just turn that off. add sugar. marshmallow cream is really the topping. you wind up with marshmallow cream. >> let's get our verdict from our tasters. how you liking these sweet potatoes? >> you need to eat these potatoes in your pajamas, a cup of coffee in bed. >> it is like dessert. >> this is definitely pie with your turkey. >> i just had is with some
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ago. >> wear your elastic ptsthanksg. guys, thank you so much. if you want these recipes, go to michael lamont, michael lamonaco, thank you. they'll both be back november 23rd, along with more than 30 other chefs. we'll have a huge our celebration on "today's turkey trot." coming up next, al's hitting the road for the turkey trot surprising home chefs who want to get a head start on their ho guys, thank you. up next, story behind this year's rockefeller center christmas tree as it gets ready for its big trip to the city.
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. we are back. we're gearing up for a holiday tradition here at 30 rock. >> the tree arrives over the weekend. dylan has the story. >> this year's tree comes from upstate new york. we made the trip to meet the family who's enjoyed it for decades. ?? >> reporter: for greg and angie, this holiday season is bittersweet. as the parents of two teenagers prepare their family to say good-bye to a familiar face. >> it is a fixture in this community. >> do you have any fond memories
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memories. >> he played stick ball with us every day. he was a good sport. >> of course we are talk ugg about the huge norwayuce in your backyard. >> reporter: weighing in at 14 tons, this 94-foot tall norway spruce will be leaving country life for the big city. where in just a few weeks it will be wrapped with five miles of multi-colored l.e.d.s, topped with a swarovski star made of 25,000 crystals and transformed into christmas tree, a tradition that started in 1933 and has evolved ever since. >> lou exciting is it that it's been selected to be the rockefeller center christmas tree. did you ever loo ak it in that light before? >> no, wehaven't. it's always been a tree that's been out back. it fills up our gutters every fall with the needles falling off. >> reporter: the head gardener at rockefeller center since 2010
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the perfect tree. what was it about this tree that you loved? >> when i came down the street and saw that thing towering over the house, i thought that's a awesome shape, great height. wow, that's beautiful. >> reporter: once it's lit, 800,000 people are expected to visit rockefeller center each day, taking in a glimpse of the large spruce in all its glory. >> we're so thrilled and so thankful to be able to share our tree with the world. >> the tree is perfect in person. the nearly 100-year-old tree is being cut down this >> can't change your mind now. oh, wrong tree! that's the one next door! darn! >> it makes its way to rockefeller center on saturday. you can watch the star-studded lighting ceremony on wednesday, november 30th. >> that's great. >> as we like to say every year at 8:55, the tree gets lit, we all get lit! >> dylan, thank you.
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and eddie redmayne. >> and lori laughlin is going to be here. and a live performance from kind of a veterans day tribute foreign policy lone star. >> a nice throwback thursday. you won't want to miss it. >> we're all going to try to
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check of the weather.. protesters are planning to rally against president elect donald trump in downtown milwaukee tonight... ...following other major cities that saw demonstrations overnight. chicago... portland.. boston... atlanta... new york...los angeles... seattle... among those cities where... at times... demonstrations turned destructive. in milwaukee.... a facebook group calling itself "progressive people of milwaukee" is planning the rally. the group states "with trump's stunning victory, we now have to confront an administration of misogynists, or racists, of homophobes, and of white nationalists." it's
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