The manager of the Oakland, Calif., warehouse that burned down, killing at least 36 people, apologized for the devastation while defending his vision for the "Ghost Ship" artists' collective during an agonized, frequently tense interview on the Today show.
After Matt Lauer welcomed him with "good morning," Derick Almena shook his head.
"It's not a good morning," he said. "What am I doing here? Can I just say I'm sorry?"