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? when you have been fighting for it all your life ? good morning, america. the curse has been reversed. >> the cubs win the world series! >> the chicago cubs are world champions. beating cleveland in an epic game seven. after extra innings, not even a rain delay could stop histor back-to-back hits giving the cubs the lead for good. >> that's one of my best games anybody will ever see. >> chicago erupting overnight. thousands celebrating in the streets. the team and their superstar fans soaking up the big win. >> i'm going to remember this for a long time. >> ending the 108-year drought >> good morning, america. from your world series champ the
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>> yeah! neck and neck. our new poll shows hillary clinton fighting for the win with donald trump. they fight for every last vote. >> ready. we're down. we're down. we're going to pretend we're down, we're down, pretend, right? >> imagine, it is donald trump standing in front of the capitol. >> the trump family out in full force. melania set to make her first speech and hillary's top guns crisscross the country with just five days to go. ? ? baby girl ? and the biggest night in countr the cma awards by storm. ? rocking the stage with the dixie chicks. ? my daddy said ? ? i'll always love you. >> a star-studded tribute to dolly parton as she takes home the lifetime achievement award. >> thank you so much! >> good morning, america. >> how about this guy? >> because we haven't gone to
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? good morning, america. i was going back between the cmas and the game, but i have to tell you it was a moment. 108 years in the making. ten years, ten innings until almost 1:00 in the morning. total, total team effort. >> i did the same thing as you, between the two and the fans of chicago, so excited. there they are outside of wrigley field. i will say they called in sick to wor so they are extremely happy out there. and it was a heart breaking night for cleveland. >> yeah, too bad for them but they had the cavs this year and chicago has waited so long. take a look at this morning's "chicago tribune cover" "at last." president obama excited for chicago. he is a white sox fan, but he tweeted out in the middle of the night, he couldn't be happier,
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>> i know. t.j. holmes was there for the big moments last night and he's joining us now from progressive field in cleveland. have you been to bed yet, t.j.? >> reporter: i have not been to bed in two days, in fact, robin, but who cares? after what we just saw i was in here for every single moment of that game last night and we could not believe what we were witnessing and why would we? we've never seen it before in our lifetimes. the guys with the "cs" on their jerseys and the little bear, they were the ones celebrating a world series victory. guys, they got it. they did it after ten years of waiting. they actually had to wait a little longer last night and had to wait through a rain delay and extra innings and wait through a moment where it looked like that curse was coming for them once again. >> the cubs win the world series. >> reporter: it's finally over. >> makes the play. it's over. >> reporter: no more talk of curses or billy goats or lovable losers. the chicago cubs are world series champions ending their
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sending their city of chicago into an all-out frenzy. the cubs popped open champagne that had been sitting on ice for 108 years after they beat the cleveland indians, 8-7 at progressive field in a heart-stopping game seven that went nearly five hours and included a rain delay and extra innings. >> it is gone. >> reporter: after a leadoff home run the cubs endeared a few missteps, but a 5-1 lead thanks to this bomb by javy baez. things tightened up after a jon lester pitch and their lights out closer on the mound, this happened. >> to left. at the wall. it's gone! >> reporter: a two-run homer that tied the game and drove cleveland fans like this one wild.
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cubs' second baseman, ben zobrist said, at that moment, the curse crept in. >> i got to be honest when they came back in eighth, it was on my mind a little bit. >> reporter: to add to the drama rain in eighth inning. the tarp came out, the players and the fans went in before play resumed 17 minutes later. the teams ended the ninth inning tied, but miguel montero single allows them to score and put up one run in the bottom of the tenth but down to their last out this routine grounder made for a final play on a long, hard journey. >> i cried. i cried like a little kid, you know, it's -- it hasn't been done in a century and some so, you know, to be a part of this is definitely a blessing. >> reporter: the cubs have their first title since 1908, and played in that world series
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since 1985 to come from 3-1 down to win the world series. >> the city of chicago, i love you, thank you. thanks for all the love. we're world champ, baby. yeah. >> reporter: cubs super fan bill murray got in on the selling brace, emotional in the stands, honking a horn on the feel and enjoy the champagne in the locker room. it was very interesting to watch the chicago cubs fans, guys. many of them young, of course, so to watch a 30-year-old vent 108 years of very interesting to see. but they let it all out here last night and certainly the contrast to the indians fans who had been waiting for 68 years have to wait at least 69 now since their drought is going to continue, but i heard someone put it best. it was the "chicago sun-times," this wasn't the best thing since sliced bread, it's the best thing since 20 years before sliced bread with the cubs winning this thing. >> let's go see what it looks like in chicago right now. they were in the streets all night long, and the bars were
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the parties have been going on through the night. alex perez is there. >> we win. >> reporter: hey, george, good morning. i don't know if you can hear me. i'm apsassuming you can. some of these fans have been here through the night. wrigley field like we've never seen it before. [ cheers and applause ] they've been here all night. the team expected to arrive here at wrigley field in just a short time. now, this city went crazy the moment the cubs won in cleveland last night. fans by the thousands took to the streets and they were doing whatever they can to celebrate. hang out in their car, honking horn, doing whatever they can to savor this moment that's been 108 years in the making. i want to show you this. check this out. this fresh off the presses. check this out. the brand-new championship shirts, and of course, there you go. look at the hat. there you go, the championship hat. there you go. they're ready to celebrate here.
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>> looks like a lot of fun. i'm kind of jealous of you right now, alex. thank you. joining us from cleveland espn's jessica mendoza and, jessica, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. are you kidding me? it's crazy what has happened in the last 24 hours. >> you were there. you were there in the middle of it all last night, the rain delays, extra innings, all the drama you only read about in a game seven of a book. how was it for you to be there last night in person to witness >> reporter: you know, honestly to have the entire season, and we had the cubs on espn more than any other team. so kind of walking through the process of, you know, just -- they were the best team in baseball. you think of all the teams, games they had won and again in the postseason see them down 3-1 and talking to the guys, feeling the stress, but all of a sudden, got into the game last night and there was something magical about the entire game. first of all, the unexpected,
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chapman get hit, we have javier baez, the defensive specialist the entire season. he had a couple of errors. rajai davis for the indians ties it up with a two-run home run. this guy wasn't even in the starting lineup a couple of nights ago. who would have thought it would be carl edwards jr. and mike montgomery to close out the game for the cubs? so you think about not only the emotion but the way both had the unexpected guys come up in a huge way. >> it was a true team effort all the way arou, magical indeed. you know, the cubs jump out to that big lead and eighth inning it gets all tied up. what was the key moment do you think in the game last night? >> reporter: ben zobrist. and honestly, ben combined with kyle schwarber and when you think about just the story of kyle schwarber, are you kidding me? >> yeah. >> reporter: the guy hasn't played since april. we talked about it. he had three hits last night and i know zobrist got the big hit. that was the turning point
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emotion from a guy by the way that won a world series last year with the royals, huge off-season acquisition to get zobrist and have him on the team but kyle schwarber, robin, i played the game, i can't emphasize enough this guy did not see a live pitch for 5 1/2 months and his first game was in the world series. and for him to get seven hits in just four games and to be able to get the rally starter in that huge, huge inning to take the lead in the tenth, i mean, i can't schwarber and zobrist. >> amazing, remarkable. get some sleep there, jessica. thanks so much for joining us. more from chicago and cleveland and our friends from espn in our next half hour. >> that is coming up. we'll move on to the race for the white house just five days to go. both campaigns planned all the stops. melania trump has her first solo stop in pennsylvania. president obama pushing hard for hillary in florida. our tom llamas on the scene in miami. good morning, tom. >> reporter: george, good
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this race is, both campaigns both ran three campaign ads during that world series, and the only thing comparable to the big money both sides to get out the vote. overnight, in the florida panhandle, donald trump jubilant with five days to go. fireworks, and trump even revealing his strategy for the final stretch in what sounded like an inner monologue. >> it's feeling like i we've got to be nice and cool. nice and cool. right? stay on point, donald. stay on point. [ laughter ] no sidetracks, donald. nice and easy. >> reporter: trump out with new instructions for supporters. >> okay. ready? we're going to pretend we're down. pretend we're down. right? we'll pretend we're down. now we got to win. we got to win big and we got to beat her. >> reporter: hillary clinton out west making her pitch for undecided voters.
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be like to have donald trump sitting in the oval office come next january. [ crowd boos ] >> hell no! >> someone who demeans women, mocks the daeisabled and insult latinos and african-americans. >> reporter: both campaigns bringing out the battleground big guns for the final days. for team clinton, bill clinton in nevada. chelsea clinton in wisconsin. bernie sanders in north carolina and ohio and president obama in florida. in north carolina, the president issued a stern message to black voters. >> if you don't vote, then you've done the work of those who would suppress your vote. >> reporter: for team trump it's a family affair. >> he's going to do well here because he wants to infuse common sense back into the equation. >> reporter: today don jr. in pennsylvania. ivanka in michigan and new hampshire. eric trump in wisconsin, his
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melania trump's first speech of the general election campaign, just hours away in pennsylvania. sources tell abc news that melania's speech will be personal and talk about her family and journey to america and, of course, her husband. her goal is to show more of donald trump's heart. george? >> okay, tom, thanks very much. all hands on deck, and all kinds of information pouring in about where the vote stands in these final days. our poll has a two-point lead for hillary clinton right now. you see it right there, 47/45. cbs has a three-point lead for hillary clinton. do that with jon karl and contradictory information coming in from some places especially that small state of nevada. >> this is a state that looked like it was trending for hillary clinton. but we have a new poll out in nevada that looks like a donald trump lead and a pretty significant one, six points, but, george, remember, in nevada a half a million people have already voted, and if you look at the voting that's actually
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significant advantage over republicans in terms of who is actually -- >> tracking almost exactly where they were in 2012 when president obama won that state by six points. real focus right now on these key states of north carolina and florida. we asaw president obama there yesterday because the democrats know if they can take either one of these from donald trump, they win. >> we've had a slew of polls there, two new one, first if you take a look down in florida, you have a slight hillary clinton lead but this is within the margin of error, georg carolina, north carolina, but the same thing you see in florida, again, 46-45. that is statistically tied, and those states look like true tossups there. >> they'll go down to the wire. a lot of early voting there and donald trump trying to get blue states looking at michigan and wisconsin, pennsylvania. i hear he's going to be in new hampshire today. >> yeah. it's unbelievable. if you look at it, he got some news that was good for him in terms of those blue states, solidly blue states. pennsylvania is one republicans haven't carried since the 1980s and hillary clinton's had a lead
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similar result in wisconsin. slightly outside the margin of error, but very close for comfort if you are a democrat. >> see if he can take one of those bricks out of the wall. matt dowd here and we're coming out of the home stretch and have had races in the past where the race breaks decisively one way or the other in those final days. expect it to happen this year? >> i don't expect it to happen. if you look at the last eight month, such the solid level of support and solid level of support for donald trump and hillary clinton. we have been trading in two to seven bounds over the course of this. the one thing we don't know is what happened last week with the comey announcement was something could happen. it's happened before in previous elections. i was involved in an election where it broke the same day 16 years ago. today. so anything could happen in that regard. >> see if big news comes out. both campaigns focused more than anything else on mobilizing their core voters and organizations. edge for the democrats here. >> yeah, they have a better
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and we've seen it show up in the early voting in this, but the interesting thing to me as we take a look at the huge world series win from the cubs last night, both candidates have an argument to make from it interestingly enough, donald trump could make the argument he had the same odds that the chicago cubs did of coming back in that series. he can make that argument and says i'll do that and hillary clinton can make the argument she could end the longest drought in political history. >> in the meantime, president obama running like it's his campaign. >> absolutely, strategic going right at african-american voters and young voters at the university of north carolina. he is trying to re-energize the coalition that elected him twice. >> they've been lagging so far. jon karl, and matt dowd. thank you so much. five days until the final votes and we'll be right here when the polls close and i'll anchor news all night starting at 7:00 eastern. now to amy with the other top stories. you have some breaking news from afghanistan overnight. >> we do, george. thank you. two u.s. service members
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afghanistan's two others were wounded and military officials say they were assisting local troops when they came under fire. a new message from the leader of isis after months of silence. in an audio recording abu bakr al baghdadi urges his followers to decimate iraqi forces who are now closing in on the isis stronghold of mosul. u.s. military analysts believe al baghdadi that city. former kkk leader da entered an event at dillard university. police used pepper spray and tasers. when protesters tried to push their way into the debate hall, six people were arrested. well, facebook is reporting a staggering profit. the company made $2.3 billion in just the last three months. but its stock fell overnight because of concern about future growth. finally if you get annoyed by other drivers overusing their high beams and blinding you on
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to love this. apparently it's a huge problem in china so giving out tickets but then look at that. they are forcing offenders to sit and stare in their high beams for 60 seconds. some people are calling it a bright idea, but i must say -- you get that? there have been mixed reactions online. some say it's a human rights violation. some say, am i the only one that thought a minute was too short? >> they're not the ones staring into that light. >> it will teach you. >> thank you, amy. to ginger th the record high wasn't just the history being made in baseball, but history made. cleveland went to 78, a record daily high temperature. all to have those high temperatures that were across the nation this week, and you know it's going to end. i'll have more coming up. i asked michael earlier. why don't they do dances in baseball? chicago just does a little shimmy. right? your local weather brought to you in 30 seconds, but your warm weather brought to you by
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toys"r"us ...awwwwesome! ? back here on "gma" there are the cubs celebrating their big world series victory. they got the trophy. they arrived at wrigley just moments ago back in chicago. they made history breaking that 108-year curse overnight. celebrating. super fans like theo epstein the general manager in the locker room. much more on that in just a moment. >> coming up. also right now, just five days until the final votes. hillary clinton and donald trump pulling out all the stops. melania trump making her first solo campaign speech, the first time since the convention, a two-point lead for hillary clinton is what our poll shows. >> last night something everybody was looking forward to. country music's biggest celebration, the cma awards.
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parton was honored with the willie nelson lifetime achievement award after a superstar tribute. take a look. ? and i will always love you ? >> ah, i love that song. >> that came out and you and robin were swaying like trees in the wind. >> lara was there for it all remarkably. she is live in backstage and will have so much more. >> the first eight minutes don't miss it. it was country music royalty the first eight minutes like that. so lara will have a complete recap. first, that exciting night for the cubs. we can't talk enough about it. the world series drought was ended. the players nor theo epstein could be happier. theo did it in boston. now he's done it in cleveland.
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exorcist. it's all right. a long life for everybody. they're calling him the exorcist. we've been showing celebratory pictures from chicago. but take a look at the scene here if we can for a second here in cleveland and, guys, it is a sad day, dreary, coal and rainy, wet morning here and it's kind of reflectistic of the end their streak here in cleveland. we witnessed something we've never seen before and never thought we'd see. the chicago cubs were in charge of this game from the start. a leadoff home run to start this thing off and led the entire way until eighth inning when they're up 2 and then a two-run home run by the indians ties this thing up and i'm telling you every fan in here was thinking curse. because in -- felt like a cubs game to be honest with you.
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hush in this crowd and they got nervous. now, you know a lot of names and a lot of responsible for the cubs thinning this thing. one name you might not know like you said, robin, theo epstein, he was the guy, general manager of the red sox when they won in 2004, broke their 86-year curse, now the head of operations here for the cubs. broke their 108-year curse. listen to him now after the game. >> what makes a great organization is a thousand little sacrifices make when no one is looking and that's been happening here for at least five years and probably longer, but i've gotten the privilege to see it for five years and that's what makes it so rewarding to see this happen tonight and just the effect on home people, families, generation, thinking of ernie, ronnie, billy williams celebrating with us and the '69 team, you know, the '84 team,
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that were great and could have gotten it done but just didn't have the bounces on their side. well, now we got it done and now everyone is going to sleep happy tonight. >> so theo epstein, they're calling him the exorc. i i it was a big deal after 108 years but keep in mind they were the best team in baseball this year. won more games than anybody, 103. they have a young roster and they are good and will >> uh-huh. we certainly will. all right, t.j., thanks very much. and as theo was saying about people are going to sleep well when they finally go to bed. >> yeah, t.j. in the rain, as well. much more on the world series in the next hour. new questions about that deadly ambush on police officers in iowa. the suspect in custody has a history of run-ins with the law and abc's eva pilgrim is in urbandale, iowa, with the
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>> reporter: good morning. this was a man who was known to be armed. at one point he was ordered by the court to undergo substance and mental health evaluations. this morning this community is in shock as you can see hundreds showing their support for policement. this morning the search for answers as to why this man allegedly ambushed and killed two iowa police officers. >> polk county does confirm -- >> justin martin just 24 years old on the force, husband and father, the men targeted just blocks from each other, the shootings 20 minutes apart. both sitting in their patrol car, dozens of bullet holes left behind. investigators say the man who attacked them, 46-year-old scott michael green has a history of racially charged behavior and prior con ton traces with police. >> he's just somebody that was known to law enforcement. >> reporter: just hours before the rampage greene was in court
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financially exploiting her. the court ordering him to move out of her home and pay her back $10,000. and authorities this morning investigating this video they say greene posted on youtube two weeks ago filmed near where the first ambush took place. police kicking him out of a high school football game after complaints he was flying a confederate flag in the stands. >> when you fly a confederate flag standing in front of several african-american people, that's going disturbance. i never said it wasn't your right. >> that's my constitutional right. >> reporter: this is -- greene has not yet been charged. this is the first time in nearly 40 years an officer has been killed in the line of duty in des moines, the first time ever here in urbandale, george. >> okay, eva, thanks very much. over to michael. thank you, george. coming up on our big board. what can we expect from melania's big speech today?
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it's time for the big board. team of insiders standing by live. sunny hostin right here back with you in a bit. heartbreaking story that you'll have. we'll begin with the campaign home stretch first for melania trump going solo on the campaign trail in pennsylvania. this is her the convention. cokie roberts here to talk about that. melania caught flack after the convention. of course, had passages from michelle obama's speech and seemed startled in my interview last week when donald trump said she'd be doing this but it's all hands on deck now. >> it is and she's going to the philadelphia suburbs where republican women have been peeling away from donald trump and this is an attempt to get them back but there are surrogates all over the place. hillary clinton a husband, bill
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obama, very effective on the trail but probably the most effective, his wife, michelle obama, so husbands and wives all over the place. >> cokie, we see donald trump jr. is out there. ivanka trump, chelsea clinton all out there hitting the road. have you ever seen kids so active in the surrogate role. >> mitt romney's sons were very active and the truth is, michael, whenever they're old enough to be active they're active. when chelsea was and the obama kids they're not there. the big problem donald trump has he doesn't have anybody else really. he doesn't have any big name republicans to campaign for him so his kids are the best surrogates he's got but they speak well for him. >> people like speaker paul ryan campaigning for members of congress but not donald trump. >> all right. >> well, thank you, cokie. we appreciate that. up next, can any of us here imagine you walk into a casino,
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jackpot, then you have it taken away from you? well, that's what happened to a queens, new york, woman, the casino said the slot machine malfunctioned and, sunny, please he us understand this. this is not the first case like this, though. >> no, it's not the first time a dollar and dream turned into a dollar and a nightmare for so many people. i mean if you think about it, this woman, she thinks she won $43 million and then she gets the ticket printed out -- >> the screen said one thing, the ticket says another. >> in happened. you've got a $42 million screen, a $20.18 little ticket and then in washington state you've got an $8.5 million screen and then you get 80 bucks so it happens. you know what they have in common, display malfunction. display malfunction. >> so she seems pretty upset. talking about maybe suing. does she have any legal recourse gentleman. >> she doesn't. if you go to the casinos and look at the bottom they've been lawyered up.
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malfunction of the machine voids all pays and plays so there's a lot of precedent that you just don't get the money. you get maybe a free steak dinner, maybe it's if i mignon. >> she was buying dream cars and vacation homes in her mind but she's only going to get a steak dinner. >> can she bring somebody or >> i think it's a one-person steak dinner in i'm curious, if any of us, cokie, if you -- if this happened to you, what would you do? >> i guess i'd try to make a deal. i'd say to the guy behind the cage, you know, come on now, can't we split the difference here. >> that's not bad. >> try to work it out. >> sunny? >> i'm suing. i'm not going to win, i'm suing
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case. >> but i'm going to sue and i'm going to try to get at least i think the amount that the jackpot is capped at because in the queens case the jackpot is capped at $6500. >> you are smarter than that. you know it's going to cost you all this money to sue and you won't win a penny. >> i can sue for free. i can sue for free. i can represent myself, exactly. >> what about you? >> i always spend the lottery tickets in my head but i don't know if i'd sit in front of a slot machine anyway so that's a tougher part. >> i thought apologized for what i said to him when i thought i won, got my job back, i just get up and go to work. 2.50 and keep it moving. unfrpts for that poor lady there. thank you, sunny, thank you for sitting with us. appreciate it and cokie, thank you very much and coming up in two minutes lara's live in nashville with the biggest
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? should have hid it in the closet. should have found it should have lost it ? >> carrie underwood, just one of the many powerhouse performances last night at the cmas. co-hosting with brad. because really lara, i told you you'd have a great time. i was right, huh? >> robin, i mean, you are so right. greetings, guys, from broadway, downtown nashville. this was amazing. a galaxy of stars not all from planet country but movie star, legends coming together to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the cmas. moment after moment to sing along.
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matthew mcconaughey to witness a tribute to dolly parton and watch a foot-stomping performance by newcomer beyonce. ? head held high ? >> beyonce brought down the house. ? >> reporter: joining the dixie chicking for a foot-stomping rendition of "daddy her "lemonade" -- >> dolly is country music. pure and simple. ? working 9:00 to 5:00 ? ? what a way to make a living ? ? barely getting by it's all taking and no giving ? ? here you come again ? ? just when i'm about to make it work without you ? >> reporter: which is why it was
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superstars from different generations pay homage to the one and only dolly parton. ? and i ? >> reporter: all five singing "i will always love you." ? love you ? >> gosh, thank you, dolly. [ cheers and applause ] >> the queen of country then honored with the willie nelson lifetime achievement award. >> for me to willie nelson award, this is an absolute high for me. >> reporter: taylor swift electrified the crowd in this black and nude gown as she presented the entertainer of the year award. >> and the cma award for entertainer of the year goes to garth brooks. [ cheers and applause ] >> we are so damn lucky to be part of this thing called country music.
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>> he was so, so happy and dolly was saying she was trying so hard not to dry during that incredible performance, tribute because she didn't want to ruin her makeup, of course. and good morning, garth, i'm sure you're still up hopefully sill celebrating the record fifth win for entertainer of the year. as we wake up in nashville, excuse moot trubs mind me we have more. at 8:00 you'll stars and nicole kidman who of course was there with keith urban who revealed a secret about herself that turns out we have in common. quite a moment. poor keith urban, i'll say. coming up. >> you're good with those teases there, lara. hmm. >> inquiring minds. >> i know. >> robin, i got to tell you, robin, i love this town. you were right. nashville, i'm voting the nicest town in america. >> whoa. >> i'm telling you.
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that award show is about the music and because of the game, people going back and forth i believe they have all the performances on our website. they put them all online so people can see it. can't wait to see more of lara's backstage access. glad she had a good time and all the details coming up on prince harry's royal romance. and huge "deals & steals" featuring who, who -- >> oprah! >> her favorite everything from jewelry to desserts. you'll get some yulery. you'll get some jewelry. >> desserts too. >> we'll be back. well, when you have copd, it can be hard to breathe. it can be hard to get air out, which can make it hard to get air in. so i talked to my doctor. she said... symbicort could help you breathe better, starting within 5 minutes. symbicort doesn't replace a rescue inhaler for sudden symptoms.
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it's good to be alive right about now ? good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. the champs. >> the cubs win the world series. >> the chicago cubs make history breaking that 108-year curse. joyous fans pouring into the streets. the team celebrating big overnight. >> i love you! i love you. >> and soaking up their epic win. ? this is my heartbeat song ? prince harry and the american actress. how they met, secret meetings, double dates. all the details on the woman who's stolen harry's heart. ? all night long ? ? welcome to my house ? are you ready for this? "deals & steals" from oprah. >> shhh. it's the biggest edition of my favorite things and where can you get the first "de "deals & steals" on them, "gma,"
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with oprah's seal of approval. and backstage for the biggest night in country music. garth brooks winning entertainer of the year. >> what a night it's been. >> with wife trisha yearwood. beyonce bringing down the house with the dixie chicks. lara right there behind the scenes. what nicole and keith confessed on the red carpet all ahead as we say -- >> both: good morning, america. ? what would you say ? lara with tim mcgraw. i love that song. good morning, america. it was a awards. and we want indicate to see all the backstage fun lara had with the biggest stars with nashville. and you were with garth brooks, lara, and he seemed mighty happy when he was with you. ? >> he is as happy as i am with morning with banjo ben and friends. can we take it down a notch? that's our party. right now i want to tell you guys about garth brooks. for a guy who retired years ago,
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some time off but to come back and win entertainer of the year, his fifth time doing it. the last time he did it was 18 years ago, you guys. so well deserved. >> took some time off. i think it was like 14, 15, 16 years and comes back, you're right, makes the most of it. don't you want to grab the banjo or something and play along with your guys there, lara. i know you're tempted. >> i mean, you know. >> i can touch my banjo. >> there you go. there you go. >> chill out. she was up all night celebrating with garth brooks and they were celebrating all night long in chicago as well. so many excited cubs fans. >> and we have one of the biggest ones here, vince vaughn, he's here live. there he is at last saturday's game four singing "take me out to the ball game" showing off his vocal skills. >> look forward to seeing him. kevin james will be here, as well. first the morning rundown from
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the big story of the morning, yes, planning under way for that massive celebration for the chicago cubs. the new world series champions arrived at wrigley field this morning after flying home from cleveland. their curse finally over. their 108-year world series drought ended in dramatic fashion, and abc's t.j. holmes watched it all. good morning to you, t.j. what a night. >> reporter: yeah, what a night and the curse is broken but, robach, it wasn't so clear that that curse would be snapped last night because the cubs, entire game and lost it late and then on top of that they had to endure a 17-minute rain delay. they finally got back on the field and in the tenth inning they got their lead back, three outs later it was time to celebrate the end to that dreaded curse. >> i cried. i cried like a little kid. you know, it hasn't been done in a century and some, so, you know, to be a part of this is definitely great. >> to the city of chicago, i love you, thank you.
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we're world champs, baby, yeah. >> reporter: okay, that was after some of the champagne. of course, a lot of champagne, beer, flowing afterwards in their locker room and the president, the president of the u.s. is a white sox fan and got in on this and sent out a tweet and said, hey, guys, come see me before i leave office. they better do that soon and, of course, chicago is flapping a massive celebration. it will probably be the largest sports celebration we've ever seen in the city of chicago and why not. they've had 108 years to plan it. >> every reason to celebrate. thanks so much. now to the race for the president and new polls showing hillary clinton and donald trump now in a dead heat in at least four battleground states. both are campaigning in north carolina today. but last night clinton made a pitch to minority voters in arizona drawing 15,000 people. that's one of her largest crowds yet, and today in arizona her running mate tim kaine is conducting a rally in spanish. president obama continues to lead rallies for clinton in
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comments on the fbi investigation into clinton's e-mails saying, quote, we don't operate on innuendo and leaks. well, donald trump zeroed in on the clinton e-mail controversy during a florida rally, and he reminded himself out loud to stay on message. well, today his wife melania gives her first major speech of the general election. well, a person of interest is reportedly being questioned in the torching of a black church in mississippi. "vote trump" was spray painted on the side of the baptist church. that fire is being investigated as a hate crime. after months of silence, the leader of isis has released a new audio message and on that recording, abu bakr al baghdadi urges his followers not to retreat from the isis stronghold of mosul where american backed iraqi soldiers have entered the city limits. u.s. military analysts say baghdadi may still be hiring hiding in that city of mosul. a safety recall this morning.
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made by midea are being recalled sold between 2003 and 2013 under several brand names and have been linked to several fires that have caused serious damage and our website has full details. finally this is not a surprise to many of us who don't exactly get eight hours of sleep per night. a new study confirming the link between not getting enough sleep and eating too much food. researchers found people who got only about four hours of sleep consumed an average of 385 extra calories the following day. that's about the same as a frosted cupcake or a serving of french fries. i'm just wondering how many calories are in the three breakfasts i consume each morning,and i'm not even kidding. robin, you saw me. >> i know. >> i was nosing around like around 10:30. >> that's right. you know, do you notice when people leave the show and you see them, they're automatically slimmer. >> i think the producers put that in every three months, that story. so we remember. don't eat before you go to bed. >> but, you know, you think by eating that gives you energy so that you're constantly eating.
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cupcake. i may choose cupcake. >> that's the point. no "pop news" because lara is down in nashville. we have the next best thing. the latest on prince harry's romance. seems like he's spending more time with actress meghan markle at her home in toronto. mara schiavocampo has the latest. >> reporter: good morning, george. markle an l.a. native, glamorous actress and humanitarian and runs a lifestyle website and now her latest role, prince harry's new love interest. she's the brainy beauty who has captured prince harry's heart. >> it was really early on after after the two first met that harry actually sort of realized this is a girl he had feelings for. >> reporter: the divorced 35-year-old "suits" actress meghan markle reportedly hiding out with the world's most eligible bachelor since the weekend getting to know one another at her home in toronto where she films her show and bonding with her two rescue dogs. >> he got to meet her friends
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house, bond with the dogs. it was really kind of like a couple just hanging out at home. they'd been cooking together. they had been taking the dogs for walks. even going out and checking out the neighborhood halloween decorations. >> reporter: just the latest in a whirlwind romance, the two reportedly crisscrossing the atlantic for secret meet-ups over the last five months even double dating with other members of the royal family including harry's cousin princess eugenie. much like the people's prince not vamping it up on "suits" -- >> i don't want another one. i want this one. >> reporter: -- she uses much of her time to give back including as world vision's newly appointed global ambassador working on their clean water campaign. >> she is very interested in charity work. she's an ambassador for a number of charities. she's been to africa on humanitarian projects in the same way that he has. >> now, meghan says people have been curious about her
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and her dad is white so if her and harry head down the aisle she would be the first biracial american princess in history. >> let's jump right over. >> but, you know, she's very different from the women that he's been linked to in the past so people are really interested in this. >> uh-huh. it's out. it's out. >> oh, yeah. we wish them well. if, indeed, they are together. >> exactly. >> okay, thank you, mara. coming up, lara is live in nashville with her behind-the-scenes interviews with garth brooks. oh, i knew she'd get them going again. go, lara. ? and we've got a special edition of "deals & steals" you won't want to miss because it is featuring oprah's favorite things. ? at walgreens, you're free- free to seize the savings on medicare part d. from one-dollar copays on select plans to rewards points on all prescriptions, it's easy to save big at walgreens.
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jackson ? >> just part of the magic of the cma awards and back to lara in nashville with some of her exclusive interviews with some of the stars on the red carpet. lara. >> hi, robin. yeah, i wanted to give you some of the names we had the chance to spend time with. names you know, of course. lil big town, dierks bentley, thomas rhett and maren morris, those are the newer names in country music. watching them collide with legends like crystal gale, alan jackson, you name it, both on the red carpet and backstage, all of them sharing their favorite moments of the night and their party plans. what a night it has been. >> greatest opening ever in cma history. ? all the love you can ? >> especially when they hand the mike to randy travis and he goes, hey, man, that was righteous. ?
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return to the cma stage for the first time since his 2013 stroke that brought the house down including cma winner thomas rhett. >> me and garth literally looked at each other because i was sitting behind him, and we both had tears like rolling down our eyes. it was the most like almost spiritual country moment that i ever witnessed. >> reporter: garth took home entertainer of the year proving he deserved that title during this showstopping duet alongside his wife trisha yearwood. ? too much love ? >> i came with the most gorgeous one here, no offense and i'm leaving here with the most gorgeous one here so i already got the win. this is awesome. we're not going to go to bed for a long i'm time. >> reporter: nine time host carrie underwood changed clothes ten times to pay homage to 50 years of fashion and she also took home the trophy for best female vocalist. >> i just love you all. god bless you guys. thank you so much. >> reporter: and nicole kidman ravishing in gucci by her husband keith urban's side and
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it all hang out or snort. hi, miss nicole. >> hi. i just did my snort. >> you did? i do that too. >> i'm embarrassed. >> i think it's nervous. >> hi. if you just joined us -- >> we're having a snort-off on the red carpet at the 50th anniversary of the cma awards. ? can i get a hallelujah ? >> reporter: another moment, newcomer maren morris who watched last year's cmas from a bar across the country never there ready to party backstage after taking home new artist of the year. >> you're the coolest. you have a bar setup. >> that's how we roll. >> i may be out of my league. how do you celebrate? >> just like this. >> just like this. cheers to you. with many more to come. whoo! that's how you do it down here? >> yes, ma'am, i'm sorry. >> and good night, america. >> she'll be on in the morning, don't worry about it. >> thomas is right.
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be with banjo ben and friends. hit it, boys. >> one, two, three. ? >> got to have a little banjo down in nashville. before i head back to new york, just want to say, robin, everything you said about nashville about the cmas, so very true. this is an incredible experience. congratulations to all the winners, and happy 50th birthday, cmas. back to you. >> so glad you were there, lara. glad you had that time, the late '80s in nashville -- >> fun town. >> it's a fun, fun town. we found some info, you said randy travis. >> i did a song with randy travis. >> wow. >> it was called "nfl country." that was the album and did a song called "you've never seen a brinks truck follow a hearse." >> know it well. >> it should have been a hit. we didn't get the proper promotions. >> special friday concert coming up. >> you know we're going to find it. >> i'll give it to you. coming up, did someone say oprah's favorite things? we've got "deals & steals" on some of her favorite things next.
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. >> now from kcrg tv 9 and our partners, here's today's mom's every day interview. >> hello i'm tara rodman, today with me is major barbara logan from the salvation army. thanks for joining us. >> uh-huh. >> and the salvation army has a new rec program for parents and kids starting this fall. can you tell us about that? >> yes. the salvation army is ha it's actually beginning this month, and they're on different schedules. so most of them are on saturdays. >> uh-huh. >> and it's at the salvation army on 1,000 sea avenue and parents and kids can come and play together, which is really great. >> yeah. it's wonderful. >> and we're also having something on sunday afternoon as well called family regeneration and recreation. and it's just really about getting together, playing
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really excited about that. >> is there a cost for either of those programs? >> the archery program is, but it's a real small fee. >> uh-huh. >> the beginners class is $5 and then on going from there is 2.50. >> now, can they call or go online to register? >> yes. online is the whole schedule, and then they can call in and register at our front desk. >> okay. and halloween is coming, and you guys do a tremendous trunk or treat. >> we do. halloween. monday october 31st from 5:00 to 7:00. >> uh-huh. >> and there's going to be some businesses joining us too and having some trunks there, and we're having a city fire truck coming and joining us, and there's just lots of activities planned. and this year is kind of a theme. we're doing a gore party. >> that should be a lot of fun. thanks for joining us today, barbara. >> all right. thank you. >> tune in for the mom's every
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? and we're back here live, great audience in times square and they get to see us in the commercial break and we're like -- >> don't tell everybody about the chaos. >> please don't. >> exactly what is happening. >> secret is safe with us. thanks. >> you guys are a great crowd. yes. you guys are a great audience. we have a great guest. one of the funniest men -- i love this guy -- come on out, kevin james. [ cheers and applause ] >> good to see you. >> good to see you, kevin. >> how are you? >> mwah. nice to see you. >> what's up, good looking. good to see you. >> hey. >> oh. >> hi, everybody. [ cheers and applause ]
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we can't wait to talk about your new movie but first we'll chat on some topics. >> i'll start talking laundry. who has done them and your socks come out pink. your sweater too smart. we all made those mistakes. >> i want to see if michael pretends he's done laundry. >> i'm great with laundry. i love laundry. >> i like doing laundry too. it's soothing anticipate relaxing. >> i truth because his eyes get big. >> and i watch the spin cycle. >> i've never done laundry. i watch all the time. my mom growing up all the time -- i can't do it. >> you can do it. >> no. are you one of those guys that says you're so much better at it than me. >> you play dumb and they do it for life. for life. >> i need to get on the program you and george are on. >> i've heard that a few times. a new article in "wall street journal" has a secret to success of you actually have to look at the tag.
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on the tag. >> i can't understand and they're so signny. >> i cut them out immediately. then you don't worry about anything. you do your own thing. >> see if you understand. there are 35 symbols by the way that are out there. so we'll start with the easy one. let's look at the first to see if you can tell what this is. right there. what is that? >> ironing. >> you need to iron it. >> backwards iron. >> okay, we got that. next one is -- >> what's the next one? >> caution. >> caution? [ laughter ] >> yes. school crossing? >> that means you can bleach the item. >> ah. >> i don't know. you're supposed to know. next symbol please. what's that mean? >> don't bleach the item. >> i like that. >> any ideas? >> throw it out? >> no, it means to dry flat. don't put it in the dryer. all right.
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>> something about folding. >> that's folding? >> that's folding. >> kevin -- >> i have no idea. >> i'm taking one for the team. >> dry in the shade. >> dry in the shade. >> well, thank you. so, wait a second. none of you knew that either, right? >> anyone know this one this is something you're not surprised to do. do you know what that is? >> yes, that's -- in don't wash. >> let's see what it is. >> don't dry clean. >> don't dry clean. >> don't wash. >> i think we have one more. do we have one more? >> yes. anyone? >> is that -- >> something about washing, right? >> or a crown. >> or a crown. gentle delicate. >> ah. >> this is why our clothes are completely messed up because no one knows those symbols. >> we're even less capable. >> all right. all right. >> if you're out there judging
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didn't know either. >> don't look at me. don't look at me. i'm going to bring something to the table. it won't be nearly as exciting. you notice how every generation says, hey, we did it much older or younger than the previous one. you know how you always say it like and so there's this survey that sid "new york post" that says every generation thinks the one after it is doing things younger and younger so we'll put it to the test and find out if it's true. first concert by yourself. >> first concert by myself? i think i was 15, 16. >> 15, 16. >> i was 15. >> 15, bon jovi. >> crenshaw -- >> the poll said 18. >> 18. 18. yeah. >> wow. >> i want to ask you all this. how old were you when you saw your first r-rated movie. >> third grade but i sneaked it "friday the 13th."
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>> i saw "saturday night fever" and i think i was 12, maybe 11. 12. >> you guys are ruining this survey. then how would you let your kid? >> "how to be sinhow old who i ? >> let your kid -- >> 39. >> first kiss? >> oh. >> 14. >> tenth grade. >> i was late, 17. >> wow. >> ah. and my daughter just turned that so i have that over them right then. >> but it meant something. >> kevin, you want to say something. >> i don't want to say anything. >> especially after that, right? >> i'm not even trying. >> so much for that poll. >> so much for that poll. >> i like how robin got out of saying -- >> crap. that's why i was conducting the poll. >> we want to talk to you, man, about your new movie.
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and i got to say, man, watch out, watch out. you're into action movies. >> jason bourne again. >> but the stunts in this movie were insane and you're a physical actor by the way. >> yeah, i love -- it's my way of being athletic after sports, the career died early on so it's how -- it's how i get it in and have fun but it's getting worse and worse as i get older. i stretch a little bit more. >> you're a great dancer sore some of that transition over into this action -- >> no, actually, it didn't transition. i don't think i'm a great dancer, by the way. i get away -- come on. that's movement but not -- i don't know about -- that's more momentum than -- that's more momentum.
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think that's -- i don't think -- i don't think -- >> that's the dancing. let's see the action. >> there's no skill involved in that. >> let's see some action. we want to see some action. >> oh. >> come on now. >> i like how you did that. >> come on. come on. [ applause ] yeah. >> thank you, robin. >> jason bourne is sitting in his room right now saying i don't want none of that guy. >> i don't think he is. but, all right, i'll take it. >> who was your favorite action her hero? >> i have tons. stallone and schwarzenegger and just growing up watching those guys it was always amazing but this is just fun. it is a departure for me. something different to be able to take the physicality of -- still, it's a very funny movie
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great actor, andy garcia and kim coates and it's -- it was a lot of fun to do something that was kind of serious too and intense. >> the thing about it, you're good so your comedy, this whole action thing now, you dance, but you can also sing. you were at madison square garden and sang with billy joel. >> by the way -- just because you do something doesn't mean you can do it. you know what i'm saying? that doesn't trying it. that's all. having fun with it. yes, yes. >> we had fun. we had a little fun. that was a good night. >> what were you singing? >> what wasn't i singing? let me tell you. when the concert started i just cut loose. i love billow so it was a lot of fun to be there with our buddies and we had a blast. >> you also love sport, baseball. >> oh, man, congratulations, cubbies, huh?
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pulling for them, though. i really was and nice to see and i'm actually happy for cleveland too at least they got close, what a way to go out. >> it was worth the 176-year combined -- >> yes, yes. >> we got a big cubs fan in the audience somewhere. >> we do? >> yeah, we do. >> where? >> oh, that guy there. >> oh, oh. >> good morning, america. how are you? how are you? >> nice to see you. >> great to see you. >> good to see you. that looked fantastic, by the way. >> that was fun. >> and the fighting, unbelievable. >> yeah. >> kevin really is -- i've known him for awhile but he does train with real trainers and stuffer. he's no joke. keep it polite this morning. he's as nice as they get but
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>> nice to see you, brother. >> good to see you. he ate greatest. >> congratulations. >> yes, yes. >> kevin, what we will do, we will tell everybody that "true memoirs of an international assassin" is ale variable on netflix november 11th. make sure you check it out. and we have more when we come back, everybody with vince vaughan. great movie. great movie. "hacksaw ridge," go see it. starring ryan gosling and emma stone to hit the theater november 9th let's check out the sneak peek. ? >> how are you going to be a revolutionary if you're such a traditionalist? you're holding on to the past but yasz is about the future. ? >> maybe i'm not good muff. >> yes, you are. >> maybe i'm not. it's like the pipe dream.
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it's very, very exciting.
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back here on "gma." all you zap scandal fan, gladiators, we have the exclusive world premiere trailer for the upcoming season. >> thursday, january 19th, you've waited long enough. >> this is it. turn up the tv.
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>> the election results are in. >> what if you're wrong? >> i won't be wrong. >> in just the first ten minutes alone. you're not going to know what hit you. >> i am done running for president. >> well, i'm not. >> the season premiere of "scandal" thursday, january 19th on abc. >> ooh. can't wait for that. all right, "scandal" comes back to tgit with "grey's anatomy" at 8:00 p.m., "scandal" at 9:00 and 10:00 p.m., january 19th. not tplan on a really nice thur due to the rainfall yesterday, we will have to walk some patchy fog out of here through 7am, but we are good to go otherwise. plan on highs in the lower and middle 60s with sunny sky. this is a very persistent weather pattern that should allow that weather brought to you by avis. not hard to find out here. go, cubs.
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and i am here now. one of the biggest cubs fans on the planet. vince vaughn and "hacksaw ridge" and follows the story of an army medic who saves 70 lives without using a weapon. take a look. >> there's something off in your presentation, private. can't place it. is it your hair? is it the wrinkle in your trousers? >> i have a knife in myoo >> oh, yes. of course. that's it. the knife. what is your name, soldier? no, your name is private idiot. >> nice to see you. congratulations. >> you know what, man, congratulations to you and this is a fantastic movie and congratulations on the cubs win. i'm surprised you made it in this morning. >> i am too. i am too. i almost -- i was going to go to the game but i knew i had to be
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up staying up just as late anyway. unbelievable game. >> we're appreciative you did. >> congratulate to be with you always. >> hats off -- before, "hacksaw ridge," it's actually a serious movie, a serious role but somehow you always seem to infuse a little comedy in that. >> yeah. well, you know, mel gibson is such a great storyteller and "apocalypto." "braveheart," "passion." he much and put himself in harm's way for his brothers in a.r.m.s, so it's just an amazing story. i couldn't even believe it when it came across my desk and the drill sergeant, your job to bring them together as a unit and his choice is bring some particular challenges to that so it was really on the page to have a lot of the humor and stuff and then as well as a lot of the drama and things that play out as well. >> mell was here earlier and spoke so highly of you but working with mel gibson, anything you learned from that experience.
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storyteller. when you see the film and you see all of his films, there's some really -- the love story with teresa palmer is incredible. such a great, innocent love. you kind of feel in a visceral in that relationship and that juxtaposes when you go to war. that some of the most realistic battle scenes i've seen in a movie. it's just unbelievable the way that he's able to with performance and camera and just everything put together a movie that on all cylinders really fires. >> the movie is more than just a movie about war and as well and whenever you're on a set with a serious movie ike that there has to be some kind of -- something to relieve probably some of the stress of that. i hear mel is a legendary trafficster. >> he is. >> did he do anythingy. >> me and myself and mel and andrew garfield who is also incredible in the movie as desmond doss would hang out and on halloween, we went out on halloween and i bought some silly masks for kind of fun and
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like a real person. he looked a little like nick nolte. looked like a nick nolte mask so he wore that but it didn't look like he had a mask on so we went to a restaurant and somebody would be talking, oh, i'm talking to a gentleman who looks slightly like nick nolte until he would grab and peel his face off and underneath obviously was mel and people's reactions were so shocked that someone was taking their face off and it was mel gibson so has a great sense of humor. a lo o >> you know what, we mentioned your big cubs fan and saw you singing "take me out to the ball game." great voice. you carried it. what did you do last night? you weren't at the game. >> i wasn't so i watched it with luke brace cia from the movie and we all watched it together. it was unbelievable. you couldn't ask for a more dramatic game. you said you ended up staying later than you thought.
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you know, you've been in those championships that are that close. [ applause ] >> i feel shaken from those. >> how do you describe those moments when it's happening and you realize everything is down to a couple of plays. >> it all kind of goes blank in your mind and kick into overdrive. you're anxious but you just kind of get through it and hope for the best and thank goodness for me eli manning and david tyree gave us their best. >> and for the chicago cubs. >> we got something for you. you're in new york city. we want to bring some chicago some deep dish pizza. >> there you go. >> from emmitt's here in manhattan and a little chicago cubs swag for you, brother. >> how about it? >> what's there to talk about? world champion, right? >> are you going to share that? >> ah, i might have to do this like we're in prison, get me arm out in front of it. yeah, i'll share it for sure. >> good to see you.
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movie. it's "hacksaw ridge" in select theaters right now, opens nationwide tomorrow. congratulations to the cubs.
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and you thought vince vaughn had left. this dog is named vince vaughn from the humane society of new york. we have a big mission pawsible up for adoption at the humane society of new york. tell us a little about him. >> he's a shih tzu, 5 years old. he is up for adoption looking for a forever home. >> we've seen so many, ralph, so many success stories. guess how many doings we've had so far. just gait. >> eight. >> eight?
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i'm going to pick you up. yes, in honors of the cubs we'll be at the chicago animal league and kris bryant and 1-year-old anthony rizzo among the many dogs up for adoption there and you can see these at the chicago animal welfare league after our
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tomorrow we're going to save your morning because get this, the fray singing their smash hit. ? how to save a life ? >> it's the fray in concert and taking over times square live tomorrow only on "good morning america." presented by carmax. ? "good morning america" is brought to you by quaker, off you go. >> and, man, this is a vince vaughn up for adoption. not the other v this vince vaughn, okay. go to our website and learn more. >> have a good one. ahead of hisa voters, republican
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department. overnight, republican vice presidential nominee mike pence and his wife offered their condolences for the 2 des moines area officers shot and killed. the indiana governor brought flowers for a memorial. today pence is campaigning on a farm in the small central iowa town of prole . that's near indianola. doctors have told the family of a man who a cedar rapids police officer shot tuesday that they're hopeful he'll slowly improve. 37-year-old jerime mitchell remains in critical condition at university of iowa hospitals. police say he got into some kind of altercation with an officer early tuesd avenue. the officer shot at mitchell, critically wounding him. police say there is dash cam video, which is one of the things the iowa division of criminal investigation is reviewing. and now here's your first alert forecast. plan on a really nice thursday. due to the rainfall yesterday, we will have to walk some patchy fog out of here through 7am, but we are good to go otherwise. plan on highs in the lower and middle 60s with sunny sky.
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persistent weather pattern that should allow for highs primarily in the 60s through all of next week. your weekend looks great with highs well into the 60s both days. there is only a slim shower chance monday night that should remain isolated. have a great day!today: patchy early 5-15. high: 65 tonight: clear. patchy fog possible late. wind: light. low: 42 tomorrow: sunny. wind: sw 5-15. high: 66 tom. night: mostly clear. wind: sw
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