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good morning. landslide. donald trump and bernie sanders win big in new hampshire. >> we are going to make america so great again. maybe greater than ever before. >> thank you, new hampshire! >> for hillary clinton, a crushing defeat. i know i have some work to do, particularly with young people. >> reason john kasich, energized by a second place finish. >> if you don't have a seat belt, go get one. >> marco rubio riding high after iowa, admits his debate performance cost him. >> i didn't do well on saturday night. listen to this, that will never
>> how will the outcome change the race? who stays in? who calls it quits? the candidates speak out today, wednesday, february 10th, 2016. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. good morning. welcome to "today" on a wednesday morning. >> we just gave away our lead guest. >> right there, donald trump, live in our studio. a man of his word. yesterday, he said, if i win, i'll join you in your studio. guess what? here he is. >> the big winner, wasn't even close on the republican side or democratic side. >> huge shifts on the left and the right. let's get to where things stand this morning. fueled by record-setting voting turnout, bernie sanders won over hillary clinton more than 20 points.
after the poll closed. >> things aren't closer on the republican side, at least at the top. donald trump doubling his closest competitor, the surprise of the night, john kasich. cruz finished third after a win in iowa. followed closely be jeb bush and marco rubio with chris christie in a disappointing sixth. >> we'll talk to trump and kasich in a moment. first, let's start with the democrats. kristen welker, good morning. >> what a night. the clinton campaign is waking up to the reality secretary clinton has a tough road ahead. right now, senator bernie sanders has more momentum. the campaign has been bracing for a loss but didn't expect such an overwhelming defeat. >> reporter: riding a wave of anti-establishment enthuse iasm enthusiasm,
clinton in new hampshire, turning his underdog campaign into a real fight. >> it is just too late for the same old, same old establishment politic politics. the people want real change. [ applause ] >> reporter: in a rousing speech that lasted nearly 30 minutes, sanders flexed his muscles, painting the win as a validation of his call to take on wall street and big business. >> together, we have sent the message that we'll echo from wall street to washington, from maine to california. >> reporter: and while secretary clinton's campaign may have been it. striking a note of confidence tuesday night. >> not whether you get knocked down that matters. it's whether you get back up. >> reporter: but sources close to the campaign tell nbc news top aids are taking stock of the
focus on wall street, a message that's rallied young voters around sanders. >> we also agree that wall street can never be allowed to once again threaten main street. i will fight to reign in wall street. you know what? i know how to do it. >> reporter: in a memo, clinton's campaign manager tried to calm jittery supporters. writing, the nomination will likely be won in march, not february, pointing to clinton's strength in super tuesday states, which are larger and more diverse, playing to her appeal among minority communities. >> we also have to break through the barriers of bigotry. african-american parents shouldn't have to worry that their children will be harassed, humiliated, even shot because of the color of their skin. >> reporter: while the campaign is trying to down play the loss, noting sanders is from neighboring vermont, the clintons have strong roots here, too. new hampshire is where president bill clinton famously called
where secretary clinton beat barack obama in 2008. >> thank you. >> reporter: but now, it's the the map. >> thank you, new hampshire! now, it's on to nevada, south carolina and beyond. [ applause ] >> sources close to the campaign say both hillary and bill clinton expressed concerns about the campaign. now, they're bringing on a new strategist, one of the top officials from president obama's re-election campaign. expect more outreach to the young voters who overwhelmingly prefer sanders. the only demographic clinton won with voters, 65 and older. senator sanders will work to improve his support among african-americans. today, meeting with reverend al sharpton. back to you. >> kristen welker, thank you very much. >> let's bring in chuck todd. nbc's political director, moderator of "meet the press." hillary clinton knew she was
i don't know they knew they'd lose this badly. where do they go from here? >> they have to worry about a couple things. number one, not to panic. the worse it can get the more they panic. they have a money problem. bernie sanders out-raised her in january and will again. they don't have the ability to shoot out an e-mail and raise a bunch of money. the next contest is not south carolina. it's nevada. this is a race that suddenly is very tight there. it's very possible sanders beats her in nevada, too. then that race takes the one in south carolina to a point it won't be so easy for her. now, she has to deal with outside forces she can't control. rumors about michael bloomberg, the former new york city mayor getting in. rumors about joe biden. this is going to be a very difficult three weeks. if the campaign panics at any point, maybe overcorrects, it
a month from now. >> rest your voice for a second. we want you to comment on the republican side of things. donald trump topped the latest polls last night. 75 polls heading into the new hampshire primary. voters turned out for him in force on tuesday. nbc national correspondent peter alexander is already in the next battleground state, south carolina. >> good morning. south carolina, where the next primary is ten days away. donald trump likes to boast he's a winner and he proved it in a huge way last night. more than doubling his closest competitor, john kasich. this is a candidate who has re-defined republican politics and ran away with new hampshire. tell me it's a revolution >> reporter: donald trump, triumphant triumphant. >> we are going to make america great again. >> reporter: the brash
>> we want to thank the people of new hampshire. right? do we love the people of new hampshire! >> reporter: extending an olive branch of sorts to his republican rivals. >> i wanted to congratulate the other candidates, okay? now that i got that out of the way -- >> reporter: taking aim at the democrat who carried new hampshire. >> i heard parts of bernie's speech. he wants to give away our country, folks. we're not going to let it happen. >> reporter: winning the war for second, ohio governor john kasich, whose optimistic tone resonated in an otherwise nasty primary. >> the light overcame the darkness of negative campaign. [ applause ] and you made it happen. >> reporter: earlier, he was reflective with nbc news. >> we plugged away and plugged away. the little engine that can. >> reporter: a week removed from an iowa celebration, marco rubio fell into fifth place, acknowledging in blunt terms that his poor debate performance cost him. >> our disappointment tonight is not on you.
it's on me. i did not -- i did not do well on saturday night, so listen to again. >> reporter: jeb bush, pack. >> this campaign is not dead. carolina. >> reporter: bush aids telling nbc news, they're rising as rubio fades. ted cruz is looking for the week. >> we go to south carolina, the palmetto state. washington liberals may find hospitable hospitable. >> reporter: cruz releasing a new ad, mocking the republican front runner. >> i got the trump action figure. >> no way, it's huge. >> what does he do? >> he pretends to be a republican. >> reporter: trump firing back. >> ted cruz, the worst kind of washington insider who just
>> reporter: meanwhile, chris christie lagging behind in single digits. >> just not enough. not enough tonight, that's okay. >> reporter: instead of a planned trip to south carolina today, the new jersey governor will head home, where he'll campaign. >> a tough night for chris christie and for carly fiorina and ben carson, as well. i flew down with john kasich from new hampshire overnight. he was clearly elated, even a little bit stunned by last night's results. as he told me, i think we're really on to something, with the positive nature of this campaign. matt and savannah? >> peter alexander, thank you very much. donald trump joins us fresh off the win in new hampshire. good morning. good to have you here. >> good morning. >> known you more than 30 years. you've always said you're a winner. last night, voters went into the polls and officially made you a winner. how does it feel? >> it's great. the people from new hampshire are great. i've had a bonding relationship
i've been up there long before the political thing. we did better than anticipated. we would have rallies where ten times the number of people would show up than we expected. we got to see it from an early point. i think south carolina, frankly, is going to be similar to that. >> you doubled up on john kasich. you've said you are sure you can beat hillary clinton or bernie sanders. are you the favorite to be the next president of the united states? >> that, i don't know. i don't want to talk about favorites. i think we're doing very well. we have something special. two days ago, i was in south stadium. it's a movement. people want to see a smart country. country back. horrible deals. we lose money with trade. we can't win with the military. we can't beet at isis. think of general george patton not being able to beat isis.
this country doesn't win anymore. things. who is your biggest competition now, is it kasich? cruz in south carolina? >> great question. i think all of them. they're all accomplished people. they're governors and senators. they're all very good people. maybe, you know. but i think, probably, i wouldn't want to pick one. they're close enough, and we'll see what happens. they're all accomplished people. >> it's serious now, mr. trump. i mean, now people are going to take a good, hard look at you and say, can he be the leader of the free world? can he be our president? >> they've been looking at me, matt, six months. >> now this new hampshire win says, this guy is on track. when it comes to parents in this country, they want their kids to president. they want them to be able to admire the president. you were on with us last week and we talked about being more subdued. you said, i'm trying to become more statesmanlike, more subdued. this week, you continued using
that a supporter said to you at an event that i'm not going to repeat here. is that sats tatesmanlike? >> we had 5,000 people in a snowstorm, in a blizzard, and everybody was having a good time. a woman, not a man, shouted out this word, and then shouted it out again. >> she didn't have to repeat it. >> we had a good time and it wasn't the worst thing in the world. >> you're a presidential candidate and we have to bleep it, is that what you want to show? >> we were having a tremendous time, got a standing ovation. everybody was up and down, standing, screaming. it's one of the reasons i won. you have to be yourself. now, as i get -- look, i was a good student at the best school and all that stuff. i know what to do and whatnot to do. i will say this, as you get closer, you act differently. we were having a good time. the people went out and voted for me and that's why we got the numbers we did. look, this country, political
>> is it political correctness or good manners, temperament? >> it wasn't the worst thing in the world. it was a woman and it was a repeat. i said, you should never say that word. >> then sarcastically repeated the word. >> did i reprimand the person? >> you can't reprimand if you're going to say it yourself. when are you going to release your tax returns? >> they're being worked on now. >> what's the hold up? >> i guarantee the biggest ever in the history of what we're doing. it's complicated stuff. we will be releasing that. >> will people be surprised at the rate you pay, lower or higher than expected? >> i fight like hell not to pay a lot of tax. every politician probably does. i watched others where they say, i want to pay taxes. i fight like hell not to pay taxes. i hate the way the government spends my money.
donald trump, thank you for being here. >> thank you very much. now to the surprise second place finisher on the republican side. ohio governor john kasich. he made his way to south carolina over night and will look to capitalize there on this momentum. governor, good morning and congratulations. >> thank you. we're very happy. >> i saw you on your bus in new hampshire, and you definitely were feeling this coming. what do you think made the difference in the final days? was it something you said, or was it the faltering of other candidates? >> no, i don't think it was the faltering. we were on our way up anyway. we do have great grassroots people, which we'll be able to use throughout the country. we'll be building teams everywhere we are. secondly, i had a positive message. as you know, savannah, i was the only one with a really positive message. i always felt that will light could overcome the darkness in a political campaign where we could say what we're for. bringing families together,
one gets left behind. that message was used consistently for the last -- well, i've been doing it most of my lifetime -- but a very strong message about all of that. i think, finally, it broke through, along with the fact that our tv commercials were positive. i had so many millions of dollars spent against me. we overcame it. >> i'm glad you said the light can overcome the darkness and your positive message resonated with voters. you're behind a guy who is way ahead in the polls and has a habit of when somebody gets close to him, talking about donald trump, targeting that person with negativity. can your positive message hold up under that withering attack that has claimed other candidates? >> well, matt, here's the thing, somebody wants to mess with me, guy. i'm not going to sit there and be a marshmallow and have somebody pound me. look, i was a congressman,
military reformer, i've been the governor of ohio. all those positions, we've seen jobs created and problems solved. we're not going to sit back and take a pounding from anybody, we're going to tell people what we're for. in my speech last night at the close of the voting, you know, it's gotten rave reviews, which i'm grateful for. i'm talking about bringing people together and reviving the spirit of america. >> governor kasich, you gave your resume. it's impressive. you've been in government many, many years. not to take anything away from your strong finish last night, donald trump still beat you by 20 something points. this is a year where it seems like voters don't want the establishment. they might feel you represent that. >> he had 65% that didn't vote for him. it's just that there are so many people that when you take the votes, you don't have them together, he gets that kind of a showing. we're going to see how it goes, savannah.
president. no one thought i'd raise the money when i decided to. no one thought i'd make the debates or get to new hampshire. as some people have said, in fact, my two daughters said, daddy, we win you won because we're not so sure mr. trump will last. but we'll see what happens. we'll see what happens. it's a long, long road, all the way to the nomination. at some point, we're going to be going to the midwest. we're going to be going to pennsylvania and ohio and michigan and illinois. just wait. >> all right. ohio governor john kasich, appreciate it. >> thank you. thank you very much. let's bring chuck todd back in. chuck, on to the republicans now. we know who had the best night, donald trump. john kasich had a good night, as well. who had the worst night? >> i think -- i guess you have to say chris christie. he went for the kill on marco rubio. it didn't help him. it certainly hurt rubio. marco rubio arguably had equally as bad of a night.
i don't know -- he's not going to qualify for saturday's debate, as far as the criteria. he probably has to reassess his campaign. that's why he's in new jersey this morning and not south carolina. marco rubio is also on the ropes. south carolina, matt, is going to be a blood bath. we have about ten days. jeb bush, trump, ted cruz, john kasich, marco rubio. it could be a circular firing squad. who goes after who? when you asked donald trump who his chief rival is now, i'd say ted cruz. he won one. as things go south, he should have a natural constituency out there. i think you'll see cruz and trump fight it out. bush, kasich and rubio fight to see who can be the last remaining establishment republican. much. we have ary ricola on the way to you. let's get a check of the
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mid-30s today and the possibility of some heavier snow showers and scattered snow squalls this afternoon. generally a coating to an inch across the area. a couple towns north and west of 495 may get closer to an inch and a half, two inches of snow. the story over the weekend, the arctic air pouring in, coldest air we've seen since last february, talking about temperatures below zero on sunday morning >> that's your latest weather. matt? >> al, thanks very much. coming up, will one of the biggest stars of the u.s. women's soccer team skip the olympics? what hope solo is saying about her zika concerns. first, this is "today" on
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7:30 now. wednesday morning, february 10th, 2016. we have some sprinkles outside, little bit of a dreary start outside. spirits are high inside studio 1a. >> a look at some of the headlines of the morning. an alarming morning from the director of national intelligence, james clapper. he said isis will probably attempt direct attacks on the united states in the coming year. he also warned about the terror group's presence online. >> isil used terror not only for
also to hack and release sensitive information about u.s. military personnel. >> five dozen isis-linked arrests were made in the u.s. last year. a flight from boston to san diego had to be diverted. an intoxicated passenger became abusive and threatened crew members. the man was taken away to the delight of fellow passengers. [ applause ] airport officials say the man is not facing charges. in politics, the big story, donald trump and bernie sanders winning big in new hampshire. sanders topping hillary clinton by more than 20 points. trump winning big over a crowded republican field. he joined us in our last half hour and we asked him if he's now the overall favorite in the presidential race. >> i think we're doing very well. we have something very special. two days ago, i was in south carolina and we filled up the stadium. it was packed with people. there's something going on.
people want to see a smart country. >> senator marco rubio ended up in fifth place in new hampshire. he's still in new hampshire and joins us live. good to see you. thank you for getting up early. >> i'm up early every day. thank you. >> up late and up early in this case. >> yeah. >> you said last night to your supporters that you were disappointed. very straight forward about it. you said the loss is not on them, it's on you. it strikes me that this was really the first time you owned up to saturday night's debate being not a great performance for you and having an effect. do you think you should have said something sooner, been more authentic and maybe it would have salvaged the moment? >> that's not the right analysis of it. a debate is a debate and i don't think the people at home analyze it like the media. the problem is 24 hours later, the media fixated on that and that's what people heard about. they heard that somebody bad happened saturday night with
when you see the margins, very like this. my supporters did everything they needed to do. we finished shorter than we wanted because of me. it's something that won't ever happen again. we have eight debates in this campaign so far. i've done great in all of it except 90 seconds worth of it. i won't ever happen again. this election is too important. it's not just about winning the election but what is at stake here. you won't see anyone work harder or more passionately, not just to win an election but turn the country around. again. you feel it was a bad performance. a lot of political analysts are saying it was something more serious. it was exposing a flaw in you as a candidate, and they translate it to a lack of depth. >> it's absurd. no one in this race, for example, has shown greater
or better judgment on the foreign policy issues than i have. the fact of the matter is, that debate was 2 hours and 15 minutes long. i got asked a host of questions on complex things and i answered every single question with as much or more depth than anyone else in the race. i'm not worried about that part. i think both our record on the issues are clear and, moving forward, we'll make it clear. there is not an issue before this country that i cannot discuss in depth with anyone in the race. when it comes to foreign policy and national security, i have more experience and have done more work than all the other republican candidate res s remaining combined. >> you are somebody to spouts off talking points, as someone said. or you're a mile wide but an inch deep? >> i'm on the air with you now and you can ask me any question you want on any policy issue you'd like and we can discuss it in depth.
i do this every day. i don't think that's the narrative that's taking hold. i think the narrative was, he had a bad debate and people heard about it on the news. where it really hurts is you can't get any other message out. all they want to ask you about is the debate that night. it's on me and it won't happen again. we're going to get back to the fundamentals of what made us successful in the past. we're going to get there. >> you saw the results last night, the margin of victory for donald trump and john kasich had a good night. do you think anyone can stop donald trump from getting the >> sure. donald trump is not going to be the republican nominee. new hampshire is a state that has been badly hurt by, for example, losing jobs to china, the closing of mills, loss of our manufacturing base. donald has tapped into that and it's an important topic that needs to be discussed, without a doubt. ultimately, to be president, you can't tell people what's wrong. you have to tell people how you're going to fix it. we had a conversation about depth.
ideas about how we're going to bring manufacturing back? it's not enough to say you're going to do it. voters deserve to know how you're going to do it. i don't know how you're going to continue to run a campaign into south carolina and beyond without specifically outlining policy ideas on these issues. i think that's where the issue of depth that you just asked about comes into play. i can tell you we have a plan. i know how we're going to bring manufacturing back. we need energy reform and tax reform. our tax doed code is among the most expense ive in the industrialized world. we're at a competitive disadvantage globally. we're in the part of the campaign where the race is narrower, less people in the race, and there is going to be a focus on policy. we'll see how people hold up. they'll have to step up and outline their solutions to these serious problems. your time. >> thank you. let's get a check of the weather now from al. >> announcer: today's weather is
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>> it could drop into salvador and make all the soccer re events take place closer to rio, which i think is a wise decision. >> reporter: the cdc released guidelines for women who are or plan to become pregnant, because of the birth detect associated with zika. at 34, solo is citing family concerns, saying female athletes should not be forced to make a decision that would sacrifice the health of a child. >> how do the athletes feel about it at this point? this is something that's clearly a huge concern to her and other national soccer team. >> the u.s. olympic committee said it is closely monitoring the situation. u.s. soccer, quote, the safety of our athletes and staff is our highest priority and we're taking the necessary prau precautions.
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>> this is 7 news now. ism good morning, everybody. 7:57 as you take a live look at the braintree split. >> chris: cold with patches of light snow falling. reduced visibility on the tower cam over the braintree split. 27 in boston. good morning, everyone. we'll continue to see scattered passes of light, snow and flurries continue through the morning and even into this afternoon, a couple heavier snow showers and qualls working on through. most towns a coating to an inch. a couple towns may come away closer to two as we have heavier bursts of snow in a few town, especially out through worcester county. the story of the weekend, arctic air. temperatures below zero sunday
wind-chill values close to minus 20. >> sarah: thanks, chris. a home goes up in flames in fitchburg. officials say three victims were trapped inside. crews were able to pull them out. two of them were taken to the hospital while the third did not survive. the cause is under investigation. alaska airlines says a disruptive passenger on board a flight from boston to san diego resulted in an unscheduled stop in denver. we'll have the latest on this and many other stories coming up
it's 8:00 on "today." coming up, the granite state has spoken. >> thank you, new hampshire! >> thank you, thank you, new hampshire! thank you. >> decisive wins and surprising surges in the new hampshire primaries. how the results will change the race as the candidates now move on to south carolina. then rielle's revelations. >> this is not a frivolous relationship. i mean, we were together for nine years. we're not together, but we still love each other. >> john edwards' former mistress, rielle hunter, speaks out about the scandal that
bid, and reveals about what their relationship is like today. talk to me baby it may be cold outside but the temperature is rising in stud studio 1a. ryan reynolds is here with the story of an unlikely superhero. >> superhero landing. that's hard on your knees. >> and "zoolander 2"'s leading lady, pa enelope cruz, gives us her best blue steel. >> she's hot. i trust her. >> today, wednesday, february 10th, 2016. >> hello! >> i'm 46 today. >> celebrating my birthday at the "today" show.
wednesday morning. it's the 10th of february, 2016. and the inclement weather has arrived in new york city. is this rain or snow? >> this is snow. >> yeah? >> yeah, a mix maybe. >> misty. >> it is a little misty. >> coming up, valentine's day from the awkward beginning to the all too comfortable stage. we have the ultimate gift guide for any stage of your relationship. >> that can come in handy. first, let's get the morning's top stories from natalie, who is inside where it's nice and warm. >> yes, it is. come back in, guys. in the news, republican donald trump and democrat bernie sanders are hoping to build momentum from their wins in new hampshire on tuesday as the race moves to the south and west. peter alexander is in south morning. peter, good morning. >> hey, natalie, good morning. it's a cold one in south carolina, but things will heat up quickly. here's a look at the numbers from overnight in new hampshire.
sanders ahead of hillary clinton by more than 20 points. on the republican side, donald trump more than doubling up his closest competitor, john kasich. a shot across the bow at both political parties. both political establishments. >> oh, wow. wow, wow, wow. >> reporter: new hampshire throwing a wrench into the political machine yet again. donald trump and bernie sanders, idealogical opposites, both leading populous campaigns that, right now, are riding high. trump speaking out about his big win this morning on "today." >> i said we were going to do anticipated. it's a movement. country. they want to see us take the country back. >> reporter: on the democratic side -- >> what voters here in new hampshire confirmed tonight is not short of the beginning of a political revolution. [ applause ] >> reporter: sanders taking a
while hillary clinton seemed to acknowledge she's in more another long battle for the no, ma'am snags -- nomination. >> i have work to do, particularly with young people. i will repeat again -- [ applause ] -- even if they are not supporting me now, i support them. >> reporter: while trump won new hampshire by a wide margin, the republican race was also shaken up by the sudden rate of marco rubio who came in fifth, acknowledging his poor debate performance last weekend. >> our disappointment tonight is not on you, it's on me. it's on me. i did not -- i did not do well on saturday night. listen to this, that will never happen again. >> reporter: stunning rise of ohio governor john kasich, coming in second. >> maybe, just maybe, we are turning the page on a dark part of american politics. >> reporter: kasich hoping his
state will boost him as the mainstream alternative to trump. >> by doing as well as we have, i think it'll have a lot of people wanting to take a seat at the table. most of those people aren't going for donald trump. they're not going there. >> for republicans, south carolina is the next primary state. now ten days away. this state is going to be a war. donald trump and ted cruz, already battling it out. not to mention rubio, bush and kasich, who will fight things out here, as well. i flew down to south carolina with john kasich last night, who acknowledged the challenges he faces going ahead. but says, we'll just keep plugging. natalie, back to you. >> that is the key. peter alexander, thanks so much. alaska airlines flight from boston to san diego was diverted tuesday night because of what the airline calls an intoxicated passenger who made threats. other passengers applauded as police removed the man so the flight could continue.
incident was a customer service issue and no charges were filed. downtown denver was a sea of orange and blue as an estimated 1 million fans cheered their super bowl champs at the parade. the lombardi trophy was hoisted in a fire truck. the biggest supporter, miles the mascot, savoring the moment from chair. >> how do you get that job? >> he deserved it. >> we want the chair! >> let him relax, recline. >> love it. >> natalie, thank you very much. for the first time in years, we're hearing from a woman who played a major role in the 2008 presidential race. >> rielle hunter's affair with john edwards ended his white house bid. now, she's opening up to steve harvey about the scandal and what their relationship is like today. here's morgan radford. him at the time?
>> reporter: love, politics, a torrid affair. rielle hunter, the former mitt tress of john edwards who had a child while his wife elizabeth battled cancer. here, describing their affair. >> it was not a frivolous relationship. we were together for nine years. we're not together but we still love each other. >> really? >> yes, very much so. >> reporter: hunter said the two broke up last february, but she and her 9-year-old daughter quinceys edwards -- quinn sees edwards all the time. >> he's a great dad. >> how did you go along with it? how was it presented to you, that this is how we're going to present this? >> i thought it was insane. i thought the whole thing was insane. but why i went along with it was i was afraid that my daughter,
would not have a dad. anybody. it was in the middle of a campaign, and i didn't want to be the one to bring down an entire campaign. >> reporter: edwards didn't claim the child until two years later. >> my precious quinn. who i love more than any of you could ever imagine. accept brat separated from his wife elizabeth, the mother of his four other children, who would lose her battle with cancer in december 2010. >> let's talk about the truth. you took a lot of heat, you know, a lot of people, it's hard to forgive. >> i am really sorry. i really, truly, did not mean to hurt anybody. myself. absolutely. [ applause ] i want the audience to hear this from a male perspective. she is not married to your man.
what a lot of woman do is quick to blame the other woman. the guy, john, has a role in this. >> reporter: hunter says she opinions. >> we weathered the storm and we came out the other side with this beautiful child, who is amazing. i have forgiven myself and we've moved on. forgiveness is key. >> reporter: for "today," morgan radford, nbc news, los angeles. tired of never being able to use your phone when you get a haircut? here's a solution. on pop start, a new take on the life of donald trump. wait till you see who is playing the lead role. and spreading the love. what happened when hoda and jenna bush hager pulled off
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a new ship set to sail in 2018. it's called, titanic 2. >> oh. >> yeah, as in that titanic. here it is. it will be an exact replica of the doomed ocean liner that sunk 106 years ago. dubai. original. it'll accommodate 2,400 passengers and have enough board. >> yikes. >> some people find the idea unsettling. >> when will it sail? >> two years from now. >> i'll go. i volume nteer? >> you'd go on the s.s. bad karma? >> i would. >> stand on the bow of the ship. >> queen of the world! >> i hope that works out for you. >> china to dubai, are there glacial formations? >> i don't know.
valentine's day in your house? big deal, not a big deal? >> not a big deal. >> it's never a big deal. >> what was that? >> having fun. >> natalie. >> i'm usually in bed by 9:00 is the reality. >> that is really weird. there is a myth that for single people, valentine's day is hard and they'd rather stay home and be alone. actually, not so, according to a new survey from open table. i have a feeling it's a restaurant survey. >> yeah. >> 42% of single people say they look forward to dining out in celebration of valentine's day. another 59% say they don't mind seeing couples engage in pda, or at natalie's house, da, da, da.
>> they don't mind pda at tables in a restaurant. >> you prudes, you're just jealous. >> do it one more time. >> that's okay. >> remember a few week ago, we were talking about, there are a lot of people who hate having to make small talk with their hair stylists at the salon? there is a new product that allows you to text in peace. it's called the icape. >> we have one here. >> let's demonstrate. >> looks like the cape you wear at the salon, except it has this nice, handy window. see? you can put your phone and text and be anti-social while getting your haircut. >> you know what else you can do? that, that, nah, nah, nah. >> i gave you a good line. >> i don't get the point. >> you can protect your phone. i'd go like this and the hair >> okay. >> and you can wear it backwards
>> exactly. >> little risque backwards, too. now to the donald trump biopic. >> a new movie about the life of donald trump. this isn't your typical biopic. it comes from the folks at funny or die. you'll never guess the a-list star who plays the donald himself. >> just a reminder, your meeting with the family about that shipment tomorrow at 9:00. robert durst would put the thing what he means. martha. you have a meeting at noon and >> is that it? >> yes, sir. >> no. depp. >> by the voice. >> taking the lead in this spoof film to look like a 1980s tv
this project was kept secret for months and released to coincide with mr. trump's new hampshire victory. >> wow. next, the real tv event fans have been waiting for. "fuller house." on tuesday, netflix finally released the show's trailer. >> before we eat, i have something very important to say, okay? we all still look good. la, la, la >> let's call michelle. new york. >> voicemail. >> you've got it, dude! >> michelle, of course, a reference to the character played by the olsen twins. the question that keeps coming up, will they come back? on ellen's show, the stars of "fuller house" said the door is always open for them to return. back. let it go, let it go
>> just when we finally got "let it go" out of our heads, there's big news. a musical adaptation about the film is coming to broadway. you have some time to prepare. it won't happen until spring 2018. keep going. "frozen" is the highest grossing animated film in history, earning $1.3 billion worldwide. you know the last part? the cold never bothered me anyway >> i came into work at 4:30 one morning and blasting out of his dressing room was "let it go." >> in there by yourself, having a ball. >> then i went, nah, nah, nah. >> natalie was like, joe, is that you? >> thank you very much. mr. roker, give us a check of the weather. >> man, that was a good pop start and trending. anyway, we've got cold air. speaking of frozen, look at the temperatures. feels like 2 in louisville. 27 in jacksonville. 12 in springfield.
8 in cleveland and green bay. 21 in washington. and the cold air really sets in sunday morning. we could set records in boston, new york city and washington and roanoke. out west, it'll be hot. temperatures in the 80s. anywhere from 10 to 20 degrees above average. that's what's going on around the country. >> chris: some patchy flurries and light snow this morning. good morning, everyone. cold start, but temperatures warping into the low to mid-30s today and the possibility of some heavier snow showers and scattered snow squalls this afternoon. generally a coating to an inch across the area. a couple towns north and west of 495 may get closer to an inch and a half, two inches of snow. the story over the weekend, the arctic air pouring in, coldest air we've seen since last february, talking about temperatures below zero on sunday morning.
>> that's your latest weather. >> announcer: show heart today is brought to you by quaker. off you go. nothing can bring us down >> now our special series, show heart today. we're spreading the love ahead of valentine's day all across the country. >> normally, we keep hoda and jenna bush hager apart, but this morning, they're together to have a good time. >> we are. we don't know how this happened. it's happened to a lot of us, and it means so much. someone does something unexpected, kind and thoughtful, and it makes your day, doesn't it? >> it sure does. we decided to make all the moments happen all over new york city. >> today is going to be an awesome day. >> i can't wait. >> we have a plan. >> what is it? >> our plan is, we're going to go up to random new yorkers and show them random acts of kindness. >> i can't wait. >> anybody. just walk up. hug strangers. we're? >> who cares! >> reporter: it's dawn in new york city. new yorkers are heading to work.
>> new yorkers love their coffee and we're going to provide as many as possible. >> free cups. >> reporter: first stop, sixth avenue. >> what do you want? >> large, no sugar. >> how much is it? 1.50? not today. >> awesome. >> what do you get? >> today, it's free. >> are you wondering why we're doing this? >> i'm on a show. >> no, we're just a random act. >> we put a smile on your face? >> yes. >> that's what we were hoping to do. >> reporter: after fas caffeinating midtown, we head east. >> we're going to comp people's rides to work. >> round trip ticket! >> have a good day at work. >> hey, baby! do you want a free ride home from work? >> awesome. >> happy day. >> high-five. i just moved here to new york. >> you did?
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get over here. >> this is the biggest hug we've ever had. >> say cheddar cheese! >> reporter: the biggest hug, the sweetest smiles from new friends. hospital. >> this could be my favorite part of the day. we're going to go and give thanks to people who do some can't wait. >> i can't either. >> reporter: lunch is set up in a secret location. nurses in the pediatric unit gather for what they think is a staff meeting. >> hi! >> hi, guys. >> oh, my gosh. >> hi! >> how are you? >> jenna and i wanted to come and say thank you. >> thank you, guys, so much. >> you work so hard all the time. >> reporter: for the nurses here today, there is such a thing as a free lunch. >> we wish it was -- you get a car, you get a car. but instead, you get a sandwich, you get a sandwich.
>> i can't believe how nice it is. >> i'm going to do the biggest selfie you've ever seen. >> reporter: as if our day couldn't get better, as we were leaving. >> do we have good news. >> reporter: in walks an 18-year-old patient. >> i'm cancer free. [ applause ] >> the only person who is probably happier than him is you, mow. i'm -- mow. i'm happy for your family. >> he couldn't wait to share his surprise to the nurses who are like family. >> you didn't hear? >> amazing! >> reporter: it is without a doubt the most precious gift of all. >> two santa clauss. >> it is a gift to give. >> it looked aggressive. >> people are like, who are these girls and what do they want? >> why are they running? megaby the
>> this is 7news now. >> sarah: good wednesday morning, everybody. it's 8:27 as you take a live look over boston. let's send it over the chris lambert with more on your forecast. >> chris: sarah, a little light snow in the city of boston. 27 degrees. 23 in norwood right now. we do have the patches of flurries and light snow at this time. we expect scattered snow showers and even some heavier snow squalls to develop mid-day into the afternoon. temperatures running in the 30s. coating to an inch or two of snow certainly a possibility throughout the day. bitter cold over the weekend. highs in the teens. >> sarah: one person is dead and two others injured after fire tears through a home in fitchburg. officials say the three victims were trapped inside. crews were able to pull them out. two of them were taken to the
survive. the cause is still under investigation. police a police chase through weymouth ends with a crash in abington. and investigators say a driver fleeing police crashed into a utility pole taking down power lines. police expected route 18 to be closed near bedford street in both directions until around 1:00. -- 10:00. a passenger is pulled off a flight out of boston when he becomes unruly and threatens the crew. the alaska airlines flight was diverted to denver where police took the man into custody. "today in new england" returns at 9:00.
8:30 now on wednesday morning. 10th of february, 2016. we make our way out to the plaza this morning. little bit wet. little bit misty. spitting on us a little bit. we say good morning to all the nice folks who have come out here. hi, everybody. >> you know what we've got? a week of fabulous stars. >> yeah. >> it rolls on today.
made a big splash at the premiere of "zoolander 2" last night. we'll talk to her about her role in the movie. >> little something for the ladies, as well. ryan reynolds, star of "deadpool," is here to talk about the role, fatherhood, and bowl commercial. >> a lot of him. >> nothing wrong with that. plus, a young man dominating the country music charts. thomas rhett is here to perform the hit that launched him to fame. first, a check of the weather. has it turned to snow? >> we'll be looking at that throughout the great lakes and the northeast today. light snow. no big deal. though around the great lakt es, it'll be heavy. showers, sunshine and warm for the west coast. tomorrow, the lake-effect snow gets windier and snowier. we could have a foot of snow in areas like upstate new york. heavy rain in the pacific northwest. southern tier states looking
making its way to the great lakes to northern florida. that's what's going on around the country. >> chris: some patchy flurries and light snow this morning. good morning, everyone. cold start, but temperatures warping into the low to mid-30s today and the possibility of some heavier snow showers and scattered snow squalls this afternoon. generally a coating to an inch across the area. a couple towns north and west of 495 may get closer to an inch and a half, two inches of snow. the story over the weekend, the arctic air pouring in, coldest air we've seen since last february, talking about temperatures below zero on sunday morning. wind >> got a birthday greeting here. what's your name? >> bailey. >> from memphis. >> yes, sir. >> happy birthday. >> thank you. >> let's head back inside to matt. >> al, thank you very much. from comedy to drama to action, ryan reynolds is one of hollywood's most versatile leading men. he's proving it once again in
good to see you. >> good morning, matt. nice to be here. >> it's an r-rated movie. thing. >> earns every moment. >> it does and it should. it's a movie i've been trying to get maid de for 11 years. it had to be made in the right way. >> it surprised me it took so long to get the movie made. i watched it yesterday, and i loved it. is it the fact that it's a see? >> i think so. i mean, look, i'm not running for parent of the year, but i mean, when i was a kid, my dad took me to rated r movies all the time and i'm fine, i think. but, look, yes, in order for "deadpool" to be done the right way, it had to be this way. it was a difficult decision for the studio and i understand the
>> based on a marvel comics character, describe deadpool. >> he's a funny, odd character and goes into an experimental program where they torture him stupid. he comes out dispicture ed k disfigured. he's a lot unhinged. >> really unhinged and breaks the fourth wall, dresses s addresses the audience directly in the film, makes fun of ryan reynolds. >> so since we're talking about a superhero, one of the big debates we have in our studio all the time, is if you could have a superhero power, what would it be? savannah wants to be able to eat as many calories without gaining weight. >> boring. >> mine is x-ray vision. what is yours?
on demand, reenact any '80s music video in slow motion. these dreams that's all i got. >> any other '80s movies you love? >> they're all awesome, right? juice newton. just call me angel, morning angel actually, that's in our movie, opening credits, because it's one of my favorites. >> '90s for me. snoop >> are you a thriller guy? isn't it ironic, don't you think right? >> one of this -- i'll end this. >> thank, god. >> one of the superpowers you have is the ability to change diapers. >> oh, yeah. >> how is life at home? >> it's great, man.
where my daughter was -- just didn't want me to leave. it was only because my wife was asleep. but it was like, you don't want to go. it kills you. she's a little over a year now. >> what would your wife, blake, say is your strongest suit as a dad? what needs work? >> i need to stop traveling around promoting "deadpool." i've been in 15 countries in three weeks. i get to go home tomorrow, where i'm excited about. they're with me in the city now. the strong suit, i would say, you know, i always do the dirty work. i'm happy to do the dirty work. so does she, but i love getting up in the middle of the night. i'm fine with that. >> on the scale of 1 to 10, how bowl ad? everybody dreams of that. >> it was pretty nuts, man. it was like -- it was really weird. we were watching the super bowl and my daughter saw it and recognized it. there were 12 of me. to her, it was 24 useless boobs,
>> hyundai, right? >> yeah. >> i see you more as a go, daddy guy. >> we shot that in one day, did about 12 different mes. it was cool. >> "deadpool" coming out in time for valentine's day. perfect first date movie. >> perfect. you'll never forget it. >> ryan reynolds, thank you very much. >> always a pleasure. in our next half hour, some of his "deadpool" co-stars. the movie opens friday. next up, penelope cruz is in the studio.
zoolander for help. take a look. >> derek zoolander? >> yes. >> valentina, interpol. >> fashion police, we're clean. harass somebody else. >> besides, i'm out of fashion. >> i need to talk to you. it has to do with the death of justin bieber. >> his death is not my problem. >> i can use the database of interpol to help you find your son. if you help me. >> penelope cruz, good morning. >> good morning. >> was that as much fun as it looks like? >> a little more. it was incredible, to be with all of them. you know, owen and ben, they have a -- i have all the scenes with them and they've known each other so long. they've made like seven movies together and never stop improvising. i had to be the serious one of the group. >> i heard you were a huge fan of the first movie. >> yes, i was.
i knew all the dialogue. i was really happy to know they were going to do the sequel. >> ben stiller says he wrote this part with one person in mind. it had to be you. >> yeah. >> i mean, that's got to be exciting. >> so excited. i have done more comedy in my country and in my own language, but not so much in america. only the work with woody allen and a little more. i felt like he was giving me a great opportunity. >> can you re-enact the phone call, when ben called you and said, it's zoo "zoolander"? >> i was buying diapers in a supermarket in south africa. he gave me the news. i was so excited that he was going to do a sequel. then he told me he was writing with me in mind. i love the character. she seems like the normal one, like the smart one of the group. little by little, you discover that she's a freak like them. >> she has to have a little
derek. derek? >> that's the thing, she has this connection with derek zoolander. well, let's not say what happens later, but they do have a connection. >> yes, they do. the premiere was last night. i have to show the video from it. it's awesome. you guys walk down the catwalk in character. there you are. there's derek. was that fun? >> it was fun. it was hilarious. i got off the plane from europe and didn't know where i was. i got there, running, put on this outfit. there i was with derek, mugatu and hansel. and 20 top models. i said yes because i had the protection of my character and i was with the boys. it didn't matter if i fell on the floor, if i didn't do it right, it didn't matter. i had that protection. otherwise, i wouldn't have said yes. >> i read something funny you
dress up to the nines in valentina. in your movies, your character has been in crisis, down on the luck. >> i try to leave my ego at home and give the character whatever they need. the character will speak to you and tell you, the way they walk, the right shoes, everything. in this case, she had to look really cool. >> that's fun. couple items i heard. tell me if this is true. i read you like to cut hair and you're really good at it. >> yeah, my mother is a hairdresser. i spent a couple hours a day in a hair salon, which was like being a spy in a psychiatrist's office. women were sharing their deepest secrets. >> like being a bartender or something. >> it was the best acting school for me. >> i heard you were lonely when you first moved to l.a., that you'd get stray cats and bring them into your apartment, true? >> to other people's apartments. i would get cats and dogs from everywhere and then give it to
even if they don't want them. >> lastly, i don't know how to feel about this. i think you said it, despite what you look like, you've said you have ugly feet. >> no, no, no. i haven't said that. i'm okay with my feet. >> okay, good. you were a dancer? >> yes. when you're a ballet dancer, you lose your toenails. you throw them away and don't feel it anymore. that's what i meant. >> okay. >> i'm okay. >> your feet are pretty, okay. >> i don't know if they're pretty. they're normal. >> we'll leave it at that. penelope cruz, what a pleasure. "zoolander 2" opens nationwide on friday. up next, the ultimate valentine's day gift guide. whether you just started dating or you've been married for years, we have it covered.
this morning, gift ideas for every couple. we have the lifestyle editor of guilt.com. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> every stage of the relationship -- >> yes, something for everyone. first, if you're in like or taking it to the next level, we have some great jewelry. it can be tricky. if it's too new for the necklace or ring, try a broach. wear them in groups together. these come in a set starting at $24. if you're taking it to the next level, these gorgeous necklaces are the perfect gift. from bluetureeny, which is a store in new york. >> nice to get a piece of jewelry but not too serious. >> these are great charms to give your valentine the moon, stars or sun. >> starting at $50. what's the next step of the relationship? >> for the long-distance relationship. we have the long-distance love mug.
etsy. they'll personal liez ize the state and city of your long-distance love. >> that's not a long distance, let's be honest. >> $22. >> very cute. >> next up, for the newlywed, instead of a box of chocolates, how about a box of roses? >> wow. >> these aren't just any roses. they're really innovative from luxebloom.com. they last 60 days, no water needed. no upkeep. you'll find them in the finest >> they're real? >> they're real. it's a great way, starting at $32, to give roses with staying power. >> beautiful. >> for the newlywed or bacon lover, we have a fantastic grouping here. first, we have the 50 shades of bacon cookbook. enough said.
>> also, we have sir francis bacon peanut brittle. chocolate, bacon and peanut brittle. this is true love. >> it really is. >> this is delicious. peanut brittle.com. $16. >> cute one. >> next up, for the gal in your life. >> your bestie. >> why not a little bit of sequence, savannah? these are sequence heart market totes. made in morocco. one. so fun. i mean, day wear. >> i love it. a lot of times you want to hang out with girlfriends on valentine's day. >> and you want to sparkle. next, if you're hitting double digits, for the long-term relationship, this is the, we first met here jigsaw puzzle. they'll see the puzzle of the exact location where you met. >> i love that. >> how cute is that? this is my simply personalized.com. $39.
the piece is missing, of course. >> saved the best for last. >> for a new mom valentine. >> new mom or dad. >> this is shareece and her little boy. works here at the "today" show. >> a matching pajama set. how can we get cuter? they start at $19. it's at amazon. >> what a sight for sore eyes. so good to see you. holding the head up so strong. if you are still on the hunt for the perfect present, head to today's style facebook page. we'll help solve any valentine's gift dilemma you have. up next, a live performance
always good. always hood. the citi concert series on "today" is presented by citi. >> 2016 is off to an impressive start for thomas rhett. >> we're pretending he's not standing right next to us. he's nominated for three acm awards and 21 -- >> two iheart awards. his single "die a happy man," fifth consecutive number one. 13th week atop the billboard hot
it's on "tangled up." he's going to play it for us now. ready? >> yeah, man. baby, last night was hands down one of the best nights that i've had no doubt between the bottle of wine and the look in your eyes and the marvin gaye then we danced in the dark under september stars in the pouring rain and i know that i can't ever tell you enough that all i need in this life
if i never get to see the northern lights or if i never get to see the eiffel tower at night oh, if all i got is your hand in my hand baby, i could die a happy man baby that red dress brings me to my knees oh, but that black dress makes it hard to breathe you're a saint, you're a goddess, the cutest, the hottest, the masterpiece
nothing better than you in my wildest dreams i know that i can't ever tell you enough that all i need in this life is your crazy love if i never get to see the northern lights, or if i never get to see the eiffel tower at night oh, if all i got is your hand in my hand, baby, i could die a happy man you know i could, yeah i don't need no vacation, no fancy destination baby, you're my great escape we could stay at home, listen to the radio or dance around the fireplace if i never get to build my
from a deadly fire up in fitchburg. also breaking a police chase ends in a crash in abbington shutting down part of route 18. a flight from boston forced to make an emergency landing. new details on the unruly problems. and a big night for donald trump and bernie sand jers posting big wins in the new hampshire primary. surprises. >> scattered snow showers and bitter cold. close to record cold by sunday forecast ahead. all that and a lot more.