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we'll let you know how the thanksgiving plans may get messed up with messy weather. a messy start to another manning brady bowl last night. a furious come back forced overtime. we'll let you know who came out on top and the bizarre play that gift-wrapped the win. this is "way too early." good morning, everybody. monday, november 25th, holiday week. we have yet another person falling from the top deck of a football gamement we'll have that story four. highlights from the american music awards last night. we get to see what miley was up to this time. and it's interesting as always. we want to begin with a fallout from that nuclear agreement with iran. al hunt calling the plan imperfect but perhaps the u.s.'s least bad option. "the wall street journal" is clear calling it a a try ump for
iran. president obama announced an interim deal with tehran. the plan requires that iran phase out its high grade uranium cache. it must submit to dealy inspections. in return, iran would get modest relief from the u.s. sanctions. >> these are substantial limitations which will help prevent iran from building a nuclear weapon. simply put, they cut off iran's most likely paths to obama. the broader architecture of sanctions remain in place and we'll continue to enforce them vigorously. we will turn offer the relief and ratchet up the pressure. >> but already, there is a disagreement over the most basic of terms. >> this first step does not say that iran has a right to
enrichment. so matter what interpretive comments are made, it is not in this document. there is no right to enrich within the four corners of the npt and this document does not do that. >> it doesn't say it in so many words. it says clearly that iran will have an enrichment program. it has right to nuclear technologies. >> there is deep skepticism from allies in the region, particularly saudi arain why and israel. and all along, congress has been considering deeper sanctions but held off to avoid breaking the deal. members are openly criticizing this agreement. >> the u.n. security council is at a base level stated that iran would not have the right to enrich and, yet, it appears that wee have already given a tilt -- it looks like they'll be
enriching for commercial purposes down the road. you see the reaction in iranment they're spiking the football in the end zone. >> joining us on the council of foreign relations, richard haas. put it in context how big a deal this is. >> it is a big deal even though it is a temporary limited interim agreement. 3 1/2 decades ago, we were at logger heads with the hostage taking. iran is putting it to place. and to suddenly shape an agreement, put a ceiling on the program, it doesn't do away with it. it puts a ceiling on it. it is quite a diplomatic game. >> putting a ceiling on it, is it enough to develop a weapon? the question is who is right? >> this agreement does more good than anything else. it puts a ceiling on it. it makes it more transparent.
it would give us more time. if they decide to break out and dash for nuclear weapons, we would have several months more warning in which case we could take other actions if it was needed. >> historically saudi, israel huge allies. how serious is it for these guys? are they going to do something about what's pretty bad news? >> i don't think they'll do anything. we'll see how this plays out. the most important thing is not the interim agreement. what matters is the agreement that follows. so over the next year the two sides are determined to reach a long range agreement. how long range is yet to be specified. it's going to be there that we should look at the details and only then will iran get enormous sanctions relief in xhafrpexchar far reaching limits. >> why do an interim agreement? why not wait until you can get the real thing in place? it doesn't make sense. >> i actually argue as much as that a few weeks ago.
i said a permanent agreement would have been preferable. then you see what you get. clearly the two sides weren't able to do that. they worry if you have nothing to fill the gap, they worry what will happen in the meantime. this cauterizes it. it buys us time and time is what we need. >> richard, we'll see you in a little bit on "morning joe." tell us what you think? who came out on top on this deal, u.s. and allies or iran? it is more of a serious set of questions for you on monday on "way too early." we'll have the best responses later in the show. let's turn our attention to afghanistan. officials thought a deal was reached to keep u.s. troops in that country beyond 2014. president karzai continues to insist on delaying the agreement until after next year's elections. yesterday karzai rejected the recommendation of the country's
of elders to advance the deal with the united states. karzai said he wants more negotiations and said there would be no deal unless american forces stopped raiding afghan homes. demonstrators have a new obstacle. looking to stop the psych of protests there, the president banned public gatherings of more than ten people. failure to comply are the law can result in fines of $44,000 and prison terms as long as seven years. activists are already denounced the law saying they'll allow further repression by the military forcesment president obama on the road again. he's on a three-day fund-raising swing along the west coast. an effort to build the war chest for the democratic candidates running in the 2014 midterm elections. the trip began in washington state. the president will head from seattle to san francisco later today. they'll wrap things up tomorrow in l.a.
of course with events at magic johnson's home and at the headquarters of dreamworks entertainment. the ink is barely dry on deal with iran and already president obama turning his attention to another pretty heated issue. the president will renew his push for immigration reform during a speech today in san francisco. he plans to put the pressure squarely on house republicans. new polling meanwhile shows 63% support a path way to citizenship for undocumented workers. that will be a key part of the president's push. it will also highlight the need to hold employers accountable and the need to strengthen border security. facebook founder mark zuckerburg also ramping up pressure to improve a pathway to citizenship. he co-founded a group that is focused on policy reforms and education. >> when you meet these children who are really talented and they've goen up in america, they really don't know any other country besides that, they don't have the opportunities that, you
know, that we all enjoy, it's really heartbreaking. it seems like it's one of the biggest civil rights issues of our time. a good samaritan is hailed as a hero for saving a woman from what authorities would have been certain death. the woman jumped 50 feet from section 301 in oakland coliseum yesterday. the area is usually closed off to the public. people on the second deck were trying to talk her out of jumping. one of the men made an attempt to catch her and shielded her body from the full impact of the fall. at this hour, the woman is in critical condition and the good samaritan is in stable condition. wall street coming off a stellar week of closing. the dow posted the longest win streak in nearly three years. now we're keeping an eye on the oil markets as well. it's already responding to this deal with iran as one of the world's largest reserves.
steve sedgwick is live this morning. good morning. >> yeah. very good morning you to, brian. interesting that the price reaction is a couple bucks down on world benchmark. the u.s. benchmark trading a little lower as well. what is important to note is that the iranians will not be putting more into the market, it's frozen between 9.9 million barrels and 22.2 barrels in the day. the saudis are also a little upset. they have the iranians at 150 billion barrels of reserve. that means the current 1 million could go up two, three, four, five, six, even start challenging that $10 million barrels a day. that's why they're concerned here as well. airline prices are going up. a lot of seats being taken out domestically.
cincinnati the worst hit. prices have increased 26% nationwide between '05 and 2013. >> the days where i could lie flat across three empty seats are over. they're always full. listen, every year it seems people expect very little from consumers in the u.s. and they end up spending a ton. this year there is a lot of caution around the holidays, right? there is this is because the retailers realized the phenomenon that came during the recession is consumers wanted big discounts. that is continuing. despite that, the national retail federation is saying the sales are going to be up in the last two months of the year. the key two months of the year. profit making months of the year to over $6 hundr00 billion. they're warning a outlook of the profitability. but all that starts with gray
thursday, black friday and cyber monday. >> it's now black thursday. everything is shopping early. steve, thank you very much. we'll see you tomorrow. still ahead on "way too early," an epic overtime finish between the two best quarterbacks of this generation or any generation for that matter. if you stayed up to watch the shootout, well, you were rewarded. if you didn't stay up, full highlights next in sports. i'm deeply troubled that a tragic situation in the middle east resulted in the impleme
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time for sports. broncos patriots sunday night football. go straight to the fourth quarter. patriots were down 24-0 and they came all the way back after this 14-yard touchdown. brady to edelman. >> even i like it. skip the first half. how about the broncos? they come right back. they're down 31-24. thomas, 11 yards score. all tied upment we go to ot. watch this. neither team gets onboard. patriots punt. it's waved off by welker. watch the bounce. right off tony carter. the patriots pounce and they have a chip shot. >> i think we will lker has to that. >> he probably bumped into somebody. the broncos get shocked here. the patriots get to win the 8-3. eli manning, lewis murphy, never
heard of him. scores the touchdown. two points and the tie. they get it. tony romo not folding up the tent. time running out. the cowboys get the game winning field goal. cowboys tied atop the nfc east with a record of -- 6-5. kansas city chiefs trailing the chargers by three. alex smith to dwayne bowe. looks like it might avoid the scare. not so fast. the next possession, just under a minute to go, philip rivers, 78-yard drive. san diego deals the chiefs the second straight loss. 41-30. perfect pass. perfect catch. green bay, the vikings. okay this game ended in an overtime tie. we want to show you this. in the first quarter, check out the moves by green bay
quarterback. he ended up getting benched. he did, yeah. they finished the game. it was a great play. let's take a look at the bcs standings. those are the unbeatens in the top three. auburn up to number four. might have a nice matchup there. and missouri at number five, oregon. basically dropped out of contention. they had their second loss of the season. all right. so we have a pretty big storm coming. >> i've only been to work a half hour and i've had you and barnicle ask me personalized travel forecasts. >> wednesday i'm flying. i decided not to take the train to boston. i'm a little worried. >> you're flying wednesday? >> yes. >> no. >> go with barnicle. he's driving. >> i should just drive? >> with barnicle. >> you have an extra seat in the limo? >> yeah, i do. you can be on the roof of the car with the tree.
>> nice. >> based on my usual treatment that, is probably true. >> dallas is the area of concern. hundreds of flights canceled for today. we still have freezing rain taking place. we go throughout the next 24 to 48 hours, mostly going to be a rain event. heavy rain over the southeast. storm down in the gulf. by the time we get into tuesday, the storm begins to come up the east coast. here's some of the pictures of what this area did. what it actually did in new mexico and southern portions of the rockies and california is more impressive than what it does for the eastern coast. the eastern seaboard is going to be gone. this will be a huge rain event up i-9 a. if you're in interior sections of pennsylvania, out towards pittsburgh, you'll break out in wintry weather as we go into tuesday night and wednesday morning. this will be the peak of the storm for the northeast. wednesday early. the morning commute especially. the storm will be right over the top of new york city. windy and rainy through new
england. could get two to three inches of rain out of this. snow as far as heavy snow likely, buffalo, syracuse, rochester, maybe the pittsburgh area, erie. so that's going to be the worst of it. i think a lot of us can deal with the rain. there will be delays. it's not like we're having an epic snowstorm. >> coming up, israel calling the u.s.-iran deal a historic mistake. the white house rushes to get congress onboard. can iran negotiate in good faith? we'll have an all star lineup including michael hayden and mike rogers joining us straight ahead. when we come back, here huddle around the cooler. the cast of "saturday night live" honoring josh hutchison with a fight to the death. before using her new bank of america credit card, which rewards her for responsibly managing her card balance. before receiving $25
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at the top of the show we talked about the iran nuke deal. israel is not happy neither are members of congress who want more not fewer sanctions. if you want to sound smart, tell your friends the loss of oil revenue and isolation from the international banking system across iran's currency caused it to lose two-thirds of the value against the u.s. dollar causing inflation to rise 40%. compare that to the u.s. that has inflation rate of 2%. the number of iranian families living under the poverty line is
increased to 40%. that's the impact of sanctions. let's put aside the news for a second. >> good morning, brian. if you went to the movies this weekend, chances are you went to see "hunger games: catching fire." the movie star jennifer lawrence earned $161 million beating out "thor." all time opening weekend record for the month of november. that's incredible. the movie star posted an all new saturday night live as well. in true hunger game fashion, the opening sketch pitted cast members against each knorr a fight to the death. >> mail, cast member, which is bobby voynahan. >> oh, it's on now. >> guys, stop. we can't start the show like this. after all, "the hunger game" is just a movie. >> and a book! >> a book? >> yeah. >> yeah, josh, we lax. we're totally joking around.
obviously we're not going to kill each other, we're like a family. >> oh, my god, i just shot my friend. and it felt incredible. >> but a skit earned the most laughs of the night, what would you do if your new boss had a mind of a grown man and the body of a baby? >> all right. glad talking to you as always, bob. you take care now. all right. >> how am i supposed to work with this guy? >> what do you mean? mr. paterson has the most brilliant financial mind of our generation. >> yeah, i know. i'm just expecting -- i wasn't expecting this. >> hey, craig, can you hand me those third quarter reports on that coffee table over there. >> yes, sir. what do they look like? >> you know what, maybe it will be faster if i just come to you. >> you are sure? >> absolutely.
it's your first day, after all. all this paperwork can be a little confusing. you learn to get the hang of it. >> strange but totally funny. now last night was the annual 2013 american music awards. taylor twist won top honors as artist of year. they also won favorite country album for "red." justin timberlake did take home some hardware. and the touching moment came when rihanna was presented with the icon award by her mother
monica. plenty of dazzling performances throughout the night including katie perry, lady gaga and more. of course, the strangest moment came to miley cyrus and a gigantic cat. ♪ we chained our hearts in vain we jumped never asking why ♪ ♪ don't you ever say i just walked away ♪ ♪ i will always want you i can't live a lie running for my life i will always want you ♪ ♪ i came in like a wrecking ball ♪ >> when this doubt, put miley cyrus and something clad. >> i get the bathing suit. i don't understand the lip sifrpging cat. maybe i'm too old. >> you don't get it either, right? okay. thank you very much, lewis. appreciate it.
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so who got the better part of this nuclear deal? of course, on twitter, we have polarized opinions. donald newman, both sides benefit besides bb's rant. key scope is the final edeal. kev kevin pettitte, u.s. rolled like a fat kid down the hill. "morning joe" starts right now. what was concluded in geneva last night is not a historic agreement. it's a historic mistake. it's not made the world a safer place. like the agreement with north