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good morning, america. anti-trump protests escalate. a trump supporter caught on camera attacking a fellow student on a college campus as president obama tries to peacefully pass the baton. ideological. i think ultimately he's pragmatic. >> his advice to the president-elect as donald trump builds his team, the new role rudy giuliani may play in his white house. breaking overnight a massive manhunt for this accused killer escaped from a county jail. now authorities warn he may have stolen a truck with a rifle inside. the search for this man who could be armed and dangerous. caught on camera, this hot air balloon goes haywire at a festival catching fire as fireworks explode. firefighters on the scene as the crowd screams, running for their lives.
the woman in the middle of two of the biggest stories of the year, megyn kelly, here live. >> you've called women you don't like fat pigs, dogs, slobs, and disgusting animals. >> what does she think about donald trump's election? and the private meeting they had during the campaign to try to end his attacks against plus, sexual harassment charges against roger ailes. what she is saying about her former fox news boss and why didn't she sound the alarm earlier only on "gma" this morning. and good morning, america. we have a lot of news to get to this morning. but also a very big "gma" tradition. >> because it's that time of the year. we're revealing "people's" sexiest man alive. who is going to be on that cover? >> we know. very sexy man. >> i don't know. >> you don't know? >> i don't know. >> you don't know? >> no. >> you might really be
first, we're going to begin with the calls for a peaceful transition of power from president obama. there he is touching down in greece just hours ago for his final international trip as president. back here at home anti-trump protests like this one at ohio state university escalating. abc's tom llamas is here with more on the reaction to donald trump's election and who will be joining his white house. good morning, tom. >> reporter: robin, good morning to you. the trump team coming togeth his first hires. this as some of trump's closest allies are giving us a glimpse of what may be ahead. trump loyalist rudy giuliani may soon be joining president-elect donald trump in the white house. giuliani saying he won't be trump's attorney general but he may be secretary of state. both giuliani and former u.n. ambassador john bolton are contenders for the post. >> john would be a very good choice. >> is there anybody better? >> maybe me. i don't know.
elevating his campaign ceo steve bannon to chief strategist and white house counselor. >> don't believe the main stream media. don't believe the establishment. do not believe the permanent political class. we are on the right side of history. >> reporter: bannon who ran breitbart led the charge to turn the conservative site into a platform for the alt-right. a movement many have accused of being racist and anti-semitic. from house minority leader nancy pe there must be no sugar-coating the reality that a white nationalist has been named chief strategist for the trump administration. trump advisers slamming those descriptions of bannon. >> he's been the general of this campaign and, frankly, people should look at the full resume. he's got a harvard business degree. he's a naval officer. he has success in entertainment. i don't know if you're aware of that. >> reporter: in his first news conference since the election president obama revealing that during that oval office meeting
that opposed him and realize the importance of his post-election decisions. >> how he staffs, the first steps he takes, the first impressions he makes. the reset that can happen after an election. >> reporter: obama telling americans to give president-elect trump a chance and offered his successor this stern advice. >> there are going to be certain will not serve him well unless he recognizes them and corrects them. >> reporter: and before he wrapped up his news conference president obama also had some advice for his own party saying they have to spend the time in small towns and states like iowa to create political bases that deliver votes and victories on election day. george? >> okay, tom, thanks. joining me now fox news anchor megyn kelly out with a new book "settle for more." we're going to talk about that in a little bit. but let's first look at these appointments.
>> absolutely right and trump is entitled to surround himself with the people he most trusts. bannon is really the only one so far that's caused a lot of controversy. sort of like a tale of two cities where you've got reince priebus who is more establishment which trump has been railing against and steve bannon who spent his entire career railing against the establishment. >> he says they are going to be equal partners but what does that mean inside the white house. this could set up kind of a civil war. >> it could be awkward but what i'm hearing is steve bannon will really be in charge. th he's the trump whisperer. >> even though he's not the chief of staff? >> yeah, this is an unusual situation because normally, the chief of staff would be the one who is. we're being told steve bannon will have the ear of donald trump. i don't know what that means for reince priebus. maybe president-elect trump needs somebody to work the hill and staffing decisions. >> that would suggest perhaps president obama was wrong in his judgment when he said he doesn't think trump is ideological and thinks he's pragmatic. >> well, i think, both are true. i think both are true. he is not ideological and that
controversial figure has advised donald trump very well. you remember trump's campaign was really flailing until bannon came in. a guy who doesn't run political campaigns but who completely understands these working class americans who have had it with washington and the so-called establishment. >> what do you say to those who say it's bringing a white supremacist into the white house? >> i don't know there's evidence of that. you know, i think people need to -- >> the breitbart headlines. >> the breitbart headline, his defenders, they're absolutely controversial. but what his defenders say is he's not responsible for every single headline that went up on breitbart while he was the executive chairman. and that that website is known for being provocative. and so they're looking for cliques. now it definitely appeals to a segment of the so-called alt-right, which does include some white supremacists. but i don't know that you could tar the entire team with
man is controversial. >> we'll talk more about your book coming up in the next half hour. you called 2016 your year of trump. and it really details all of your encounter, the tough encounters. what does that tell you about what kind of president he will be? and how can you put that all aside in covering him? >> i have a year of doing it so now it's easy to cover him because we're out of that weird place that we were in. it definitely poses challenges when he was coming after me so relentlessly and causing security issues in my life and the life of my family but i did it. and it was a test of me as a person and a professional and i think my team and i at "the kelly file" managed to navigate it pretty well. what it tells me about what kind of president he will be? listen, no question he is thin-skinned and can be mean-spirited and vindictive but my own experience with him proves that he's able to let things go if he so chooses, right. he came after me like a dog with a bone for nine months. but finally, when i went to see him at trump tower.
conciliatory toward him, we got past it. i think he has a magnanimous piece of him. he has a charming piece to him as well. and while i think trump doesn't like it when he feels attacked, if he feels like you're open-minded or at least neutral toward him, he becomes a bit more open-minded. often the problem is he feels attacked when he's not. >> "settle for more" is out today. we'll talk about that. donald trump, roger ailes in our next half hour. robin? >> okay, george. now to new questions about the internet's possible effect on the election. after fake news stories trended online, facebook and google are now reportedly taking steps to curb those sites. our chief business and economics correspondent rebecca jarvis is here. so, rebecca, how are they responding? >> well, robin, they are responding big this morning and if you've spent any time on the internet and social media chances are you've seen these fake news stories but might not even know it. for example, we googled this morning, who won the popular vote?
search results, a fake story claiming donald trump did. now, votes are still coming in, but hillary clinton is ahead in the popular vote by a wide margin, then there's this on facebook, trump loses support of police union after saying tulsa shooting cop choked. that's not true either. well, now google and facebook are targeting how the creators of these fake news sites make money. that's advertising. google announcing overnight it will prevent websites that push phony news from using its ad sense advertising network. and updating steps on that, too. >> thank you. we move to that breaking news from missouri. an accused killer escaped from jail after a door was left open. our senior justice correspondent pierre thomas has the latest on the search, good morning, pierre. >> reporter: good morning, george. that's right. a massive manhunt now under way for a convict that police believe is armed and dangerous. daniel campbell charged with first-degree murder and assault snuck out of the texas county
he was wearing a jump suit and no shoes when he escaped through a door that was open while construction work was going on at the jail. they believe he stole a dodge pickup truck two hours later with a deer rifle inside. scary situation unfolding for the people in that area, george. >> okay, pierre, thanks very much. >> scary, indeed. now to that stunning verdict in that hot car trial in georgia. justin ross harris found guilty on all eight charges convicted of murdering his son by leaving him locked in a car for hours. abc's steve osunsami is in good morning, steve. >> reporter: good morning to you, robin. this was a surprising result for many who have been following this case closely from the very beginning. jurors not only agreed this father was negligent but that he intended to kill his son. >> we find the defendant guilty. >> reporter: justin ross harris sat nearly stone-faced as jurors delivered blow after blow.
defendant guiltily. >> reporter: guilty on all eight charges from murder to child cruelty and seconding with an underage girl which prosecutors say was happening while his son was dying outside his atlanta office in this silver suv. the jury of six women and six men decided that 22-month-old cooper harris was killed intentionally after being strapped into this rear-facing car seat by his father and left for more than seven hours in the parked car on a summer day in 2014. >> you had to accept that somebody is capable of this level of evil. it really affected everybody. >> reporter: harris failed to convince jurors thathi that he simply forgot to drop his son off at day care on his way in to work that morning. his now ex-wife even took his side. >> if he was never checked in, then he must have forgot. >> reporter: during deliberations last week jurors asked again to look at a police station video where harris and the boy's mother are heard discussing the story he told authorities. >> did you say too much? >> all i did was tell them the
>> from the moment we met ross harris, we've never once ever once wavered in our absolute belief that he's not guilty of what he's just been convicted of. >> reporter: harris is looking at life in prison. and he'll be sentenced in this courthouse behind me here in marietta, georgia, on december 5th. george? >> okay, steve, thanks very much. now to that smoke and fire tearing across the southeast. eight states battling flames right now and abc's eva pilgrim is on the firefighters have been working all through the night. good morning, eva. >> reporter: good morning, george. you can see the fire coming down the mountain. we're staying across the street from it. firefighters telling us that trees could fall down here. this morning, there's no end in sight to the flames. flames crawling up and down mountains all across the southeast. thousands of firefighters from as far as way as alaska battling
states. authorities say many deliberately set. >> we do also ask for cooperation with anyone who has information on anyone who may have started any of these fires. we do believe most of these fires are man-made. >> reporter: in north carolina, the party rock fire around chimney rock forcing 1,000 people out of their homes. mandatory evacuations in place. the ongoing drought creating dry conditions fueling the fires. some burning for more than a month. and no rain in the forecast any time soon. for now you can see the fire is moving very slowly down the mounta, roads, as it continues to move down. >> we could have these challenges through march. >> reporter: the widespread smoke prompting air quality warnings, code red in western north carolina, orange in parts of georgia, some residents wearing masks. >> just went in my lungs and i had to get out of here. >> reporter: another problem here, you can see there's still leaves on the trees, when those leaves fall, it can reignite the flames. michael? >> all right, dangerous situation there, thank you, eva.
standing by reagan national airport where it sounds like there was a scary moment in the sky on monday, david. >> reporter: yeah, it was a very scary moment, michael. a couple of pilots took evasive action thinking they saw a drone and injured two of their own flight attendants. the investigation this morning into what the pilots of a plane with 54 passengers on board saw coming towards them, leading to their severe action. the pilots making a sharp turn two flight attendants thrown in the cabin and injured. once on the ground the pilots said they thought it was a drone coming towards them. >> they see a flash. they see something at an altitude where they would not expect another airplane or something to be flying. and sharp turn to get away from whatever it is.
released in toronto. already this year, pilots' sightings of drones are up 40% compared to all of last year. >> we almost got hit by a drone. just to let you know. >> reporter: the worry what happens if it hits a passenger plane. i'm just hovering. there are several efforts like this one to come up with technology to counter drones. this government funded corporation can overpower a drone's signal, taking over control of the drone and flying it to safety. of course, an aircraft traveling at several hundred miles an hour, the pilots have to make a and that ams what those canadian pilots did yesterday, robin, to get out of the way of what they thought was a drone. >> they make those quick decisions, you're right. amy with the other top stories including tourists trapped after the earth wake in new zealand. >> a u.s. warship arrived to help evacuate thousands of residents who are stranded in towns cut off by monday's powerful earthquake. a nine-story building in danger of collapsing at this hour. prompting evacuation orders there. damage right now estimated in
that hill after a landslide have now been rescued. well, some u.s. service members and cia operatives could face charges for the alleged torture of detainees in afghanistan. the international criminal court says there is evidence americans tortured more than 80 prisoners back in 2003 and 2004. a full investigation is possible which could lead to charges. and this morning, we want to take a moment to pay tribute to a pioneering journalist, gwen ifill. the role model for so many reporters, both young and old, has died of cancer at the age of 61. >> good evening, i'm judy woodruff. >> and i'm gwen ifill. >> reporter: one-half of the first all-female anchor team on net work nightly news. >> how are you? >> hi, mr. president. >> reporter: gwen ifill once told "the new york times" that as a little girl watching the news, she would look up and not see anyone who looked like me in any way. >> that's why diversity matters. you're bringing a different life experience to your interpretation. >> reporter: the trailblazing journalist born in 1955
recalling her first news internship at "the boston herald american" on the pbs series "makers." >> i call myself the lonely only, because there were no other black women really in that situation at that time. but that didn't stop me. >> reporter: and nothing could stop her. >> is it fair for americans who fear government to fear you? >> reporter: ifill covering politics for three decades. a fixture behind the moderators' desk. >> was this the worst of washington or the best of washington that we saw play out? >> reporter: the reporter and author's legacy shining bright for those future journalists also watching the news every night. >> as long as i remember there's someone on the other side of the piece of equipment, the camera, i have to take what i do seriously every single day. >> and i love what gwen said so many times. she wanted to bring light, not heat, to issues and i also loved your beautiful tribute to gwen on facebook. i saw that and it really was remarkable. you all had such a relationship. >> yes, she reached out when she
and i think about what stuart scott said. you don't lose your battle to cancer. and you know this, amy. you don't lose your battle to cancer. you beat cancer by how you live and the manner in which you live and she was a shining example of that. wonderful the things president obama said about her. >> i was on both sides of the table from her and first covered the clinton campaign, the clinton courthouse, she was fierce and fearless, a very, very tough reporter but then when the day was done, a warm and caring and really joyful human being. >> she'll be missed. >> she sure will. let's go to rob with the weather. >> hey, ahead of us. normally we wouldn't celebrate this but we need it in new york and boston. heavier bands rotating in. severe drought in much of the northeast. a game-changer coming into the west. this is going to drop snow in the intermountain west. and plains. and much colder air behind this and lake-effect know this weekend and the cold will get all the way down into the deep
day. first, we have some fog to deal with over portions of eastern iowa. it may be thick in spots, especially the farther generally be in the upper 50s to lower 60s this afternoon. plan on more mild weather on wednesday and especially on thursday. the reality check we have been waiting for will arrive on friday night going into the weekend. so far, we haven't had to run the furnace too hard. that all changes this weekend with highs struggling to hit 40 and lows well and coming up, much more with megyn kelly. opening up a lot about that private meeting with donald
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house fire. authorities say 86 year old stanley strock died in the hospital. firefighters pulled him from his burning home yesterday morning. fire investigators think the indianola man was a hoarder. they also say the fire des moines police are investigating a case of racial vandalism at a southside apartment complex. kirsten grant found the words "white power" in written on her apartment door sunday afternoon. she is bi-racial and worries that someone did this as a result of the presidential election. grant says she's lived here with her family for more than a year and was never targeted until this incident. she says donald trump's request for people to stop the violence during an interview with 60 minutes isn't enough.
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alive" issue. >> david beckham graced the cover last year. we are moments away from out who graces the cover. michael, what is it like? >> they only put me in there because of my son. you have to ask him. >> we have a lot more coming up. first more from megyn kelly, her new book "settle for more" is out today and a quick look back at her rocky relationships with donald trump and her former boss roger ailes. >> you've called women you disgusting animals. >> the feud began with that first question. >> what i say is what i say and honestly, megyn, if you don't like it, i'm sorry. i've been very nice to you although i probably could not be based on the way you've treated me but i wouldn't do that. >> reporter: a torrent of insults followed calling her a bimbo, unprofessional and crazy. >> you could see there was blood
>> i was referring to nose, ears, and only a deviant would think of that. >> i became the story. you never want to be the story when you're a news person. >> reporter: now in her new book "settle for more" -- >> it's a personal book. roo he vrieling and under an embargo. they would have to hurt you if you found it. >> reporter: "the kelly file" anchor says her interview with donald trump began six months before he announced his run and offer her trips and gifts clearly meant to slip coverage. >> i had a meeting with donald trump. >> reporter: she found herself part of the story after gretchen carlson filed a sexual harassment suit against roger ailes. after carlson spoke out kelly told her bosses that at the start of her career, ailes made unwanted advances against her too. shortly after ailes was fired from fox. and megyn kelly is back right now. thanks for coming back. let's start right there.
what did you tell him? >> well, i mean, listen, i wrestled with what to do. i wasn't sure what the truth was about roger. >> you knew what he did to you. >> exactly. and that's one of the bizarre things. i knew my own experience but he and i had gone on to have nine years of a healthy working relationship and so in my mind i had attributed it to he was interested in me, that he was having a marital difficulty, perhaps he was just interested in having affair. and i didn't -- >> he was explicit about that? as explicit as you could be. i mean it was very on the nose and then it culminated in a physical attempt to be with me which i rejected in his office and then i -- >> he touched you. >> he tried to kiss me three times. >> so i rejected that and when i rejected that he asked me when my contract was up. as soon as i left his office i called a lawyer and i did bring the matter to a supervisor at fox news. >> years ago.
me. and that person vouched for roger's character, assured me he was a good man, he was likely just smitten and that i should try to avoid him which is what i did. >> as you know roger ailes put out a statement through his attorney that says, i deny the allegations megyn makes about me. i worked tirelessly to promote her career. as megyn admitted to charlie rose, watch that interview and decide for your several. this is what he was referring to on charlie rose. >> i really care about to me and he's been very loyal and he's had my back. >> so how do you square that when what you're writing now. >> both things can be true. ray woman can be harassed and go on to have a good working relationship with the man harassing her and that is what happened in my case. i avoided roger for six months after my supervisor suggested that was the proper course to pursue and sure enough, he stopped. and i was down in the d.c.
this is all laid out in the book in great detail. but he stopped and we went on to have a healthy working relationship and what he said about promoing me and having my back is true. and it was one of the reasons why even i found it hard to believe that he was a serial harasser, george, when the lawsuit broke and then women started coming forward anonymously but it soon became clear upon reading the allegations that at least an investigation was necessary. >> so did any part of you think looking back you shoul >> listen, it's hard to say to to that because i know now the number of women targeted and it's disturbing, but realistically and this is one reason i wrote about it in the book, realistically that would have been a suicide mission for me and my career because i had been there 12 months, not the megyn kelly of today. i had no power and he was on the cover of industry magazines as the most powerful man in news.
if i had gone to the general counsel of the company it would have been me first year person -- >> leads to a tough question for fox news as well. if gretchen carlson hadn't sued, would roger ailes still be the chairman of fox news? >> i think so. i think so. i mean because we all have arbitration clauses which prevented us from filing public lawsuits which her filing publicly was a big step in this whole process. i'll tell you, what i wanted was for it to be an open investigation into him. that's all i really wanted because i didn't know whether it was just me, just gretchen, who -- is this a serial problem or not and that's why i called lackland murdoch to tell me, it didn't bring me any joy but to tell him it did happen to me ten years earlier and that they needed to take a hard look at who they had running the company and within days they had announced they had hired paul weiss and i cooperated with that investigation and i think it wound up as it should have have
take us inside that meeting where you basically tried to bury the hatchet. what did you say and do? >> so the actual meeting was off the record so i don't want to get into the specific content. i went over there. i walked in. and he gave me a nice greeting. he hugged me. >> he hugged you. >> yes, which i -- >> how did you accept that. >> well, i talk about it in the book that it was bizarre, right, to be hugging this man who had tried to torment me for nine months and who had endangered my se that are detailed in the book. but i accepted it for the gesture it was which i think was a goodwill gesture to try to say if not i'm sorry, then let's move on. which is what i was doing there. so i neither apologized to him nor did he apologize to me and after the meeting we discussed the state of the race, we did not discuss his nine-month campaign against me. we tabled that but was a reset of sorts that worked for us. >> you had a tough conversation
daughter yeardley. she said she was afraid of him. >> so she's a recurring character in this book as are all three of my children but yeardley is amazing and i talk about how a year ago after i went to the fortune most powerful women's conference she said, what is that? i said it's a gathering of really strong women who celebrate their accomplishments and i was taking yeardley down there with me and she said, are we two of them? and then a year not quite a year later she presidential debate in detroit and that's when she told me she was afraid of donald trump. i had never revealed to her any of the things trump had done. president-elect trump had done. but she is 5 and she hears things in this world and one of the lowest points was when she came home and asked me what a bimbo was and i just thought, you know, the same girl who thought she was being honored at the most powerful women's conference had learned a new word which was one of the low points of the year.
publicly, everyone knows your contract is up next year. can you stay at fox after all this? >> oh, sure, i mean, i can easily stay at fox. i can go hopefully anywhere i want. i don't think anything happened in that the past year that limited that. i think trump and i are -- president-elect trump. we're all getting used to that are on better terms and i'm grateful fox news has given me the 12 years i've had there and want me to stay and in opinion the murdochs who are running it are honorable men would want to do what's right and -- is there do you want to stay. >> i'm figuring that out. it's not really appropriate to discuss with you, george, i'm on "good morning america" but i'm figuring that out. as much as i love my job i love those three little lives that my husband and i brought into the world. this is my philosophy i need to settle for more and that's the name of the book. >> thanks for coming in. our big board that "making a
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back here, time for our big board. our team of insiders standing by live for more on this morning's top stories. we've got our legal team with us, we got sunny, sunny is here, dan is here. so we'll talk about legal issues. all right, so let's start with that new twist in the "making a murderer" case. a federal judge is brendan dassey be released from prison after he and his uncle steven avery were found guilty of murder nearly a decade ago. now, this has taken some time for this. why is he being released now? >> his conviction was overturned in august basically the judge at the time said i'll effectively give 90 days because the prosecution can still appeal this ruling. the prosecution did appeal. but at this point the judge is basically saying, look, i'm not going to keep him in there
now, prosecutors are now effectively saying, well wooshgs ale's go file an emergency appeal to try to make sure he stays behind bars. i think it's unlikely that they're going to get that. and as a result i think it's likely that dassey will be released in the next couple of weeks but sounds like prose prosecutors are also going to retry him so it's possible that he could get convicted again although i think that's unlikely based on the lack of evidence. >> with the possibility of dassey getting out, what is the la >> totally separate case, right. the case against brendan dassey in my view was always weak. the case against steven avery is a totally different story. from the defense's perspective they want to retest the blood to see if maybe it was planted. they want to be able to do a type of testing called carbon testing which can maybe date the blood. i don't think that's going to make much of a difference. their lawyer thinks it will. their lawyer has been saying
avery's lawyer is saying again and again he will eventually be exonerated. i think it will be very difficult. >> before we weigh in on your case, what do you think on this, sunny. >> i think it's interesting we're even talking about this case because of the documentary and so it leads to that notion of transparency. we don't have cameras in a lot of courtrooms, not even inside the supreme court and i think this case sort of highlights the fact that we need those cameras in courtrooms and need those in the supreme court because i think it uncovers a lot of things. i mean look ath this confession was beyond the pale but we only know about it because of the cameras >> that's it. good point. >> i love having our legal team here. tag team. >> this is awesome. why don't we do this every day. >> i love when i don't need advice. all right. now up next we need you both for this too. they say diamonds are forever but maybe not for this one manhattan couple. "the new york post" reports a man is suing his ex-fiancee over
the last minute and, sunny, oh, man. >> that's a lot of money. >> neither one will comment on the case but could the court make her return the ring? >> the court could, michael. you know what's interesting. this is the question that i get the most from our viewers, i get this question almost every week. who gets the ring? most states don't want to be involved in matters of the heart so most states say, you know what, i don't care who is at fault bottom line is if the engagement is broken those states are new york, pennsylvania, iowa, kansas, new jersey, new mexico and wisconsin. but there are a couple of states that say, i do want to get involved. those states are california, texas, they say, you know what, if you are the dumper, the dumpee gets to keep the ring. >> the dumpee. >> how do people protect themselves when engaged? >> you know what i'll tell my son, robin, i'll say give her my ring, because family heirlooms
she breaks that engagement off you get the ring back. the other thing i'll advise him, dent propose on a holiday. if you propose on christmas or hanukkah, many courts say that was a gift that wasn't part of the engagement and you get to keep it. >> that's a lot of work, sunny. >> sorry. >> a question of whether it's a conditional gift or not. is it conditioned upon us getting married as opposed to on a holiday where you basically said it could have been a christmas gift. >> this is a question for everybody. we know what they say etiquette. do you give the ring back? >> you know what, you dump me, i'm not giving the ring back. but look at mariah carey. mariah carey gets to keep her ring. >> it's only damages. basically to me the only reason you keep it is damages to say, you know what, i was so wronged and i'd be entitled to x amount of dollars. instead i'll take this bling and i'll go home. >> sunny went to the what would mariah do defense. >> dan, if you break up with
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. before you pack up the pumpkin pie and hit the road, the brand-new travel alert one week away. why it's about to be the busiest year yet for travel. cracking the kid code. should you spy on your own children by secretly monitoring their phones? the scary scene when one mom had to confront her own daughter and did she save her life? ? i'm going to stand by you ? hope and healing. reinventing cancer recovery. the new methods to treat all of you, how they changed my life and turing so many into thrivers. who is joining george, matt, adam and brad, the brand-new sexiest man alive is dwayne "the rock" johnson and wait till you see who else made the list. ? make you feel good ?
booted couple and emeril all here live saying -- >> good morning, america. >> wonderful to have our good friend emeril and terra and sasha here from "dancing." that was something last night. >> you know who was there for every single minute of it, ginger, front row seat for all the excitement last night just one week away -- >> she still got it. >> bust out on the dance floor in a little bit and talk to her what, thanksgiving, everybody and with thanksgiving comes pies and just take a look at those, emeril is here sharing his best recipes and will give us the secret to making the perfect pie crust. >> yeah. >> i love a good crust. also giving thanks for our mission pawsible on "gma." you guys have been amazing and now we want to tell you about a dog that's been moving on up going from homeless to living with a former president, we'll tell you about the pup and the
spreading. it's a movement. >> can't wait to see that. >> let's get the morning rundown from amy. >> good morning. the big story, donald trump poised to fill his cabinet as opposition grows over his pick for chief strategist. there is word that rudy giuliani is being considered for secretary of state as well as former u.n. ambassador john bolton. but trump is facing backlash for hiring former breitbart executive steve bannon who championed the alt-right m anti-semitic. president obama calling on americans to give trump a chance saying he will be drifting by pragmatism and not ideology. megyn kelly told george earlier on "gma" that bannon will be the one in charge at the white house even though reince priebus will be chief of staff and based on her experience with trump, kelly gave us her trick on what kind of president she thinks he'll be. >> there's no question that donald trump is thin skinned and he can be mean-spirited.
but my own experience with him proves that he's able to let things go if he so chooses. >> reporter: meanwhile, anti-trump protests expanding with students walking out of schools from california to maryland. a student at ohio state university was arrested for tack tackling an anti-trump protester. president obama arrived in greece on his final overseas trip as president trying to's assure european leaders about a trump presidency saying president-elect trump td the u.s. will reafill its relationship with nato. this man punched the other right in the face. order was restored but a moment later they were at it again arguing about russia. well, back here in this country new details about the police shooting in cart that led to days of protests in september. an autopsy reveals keith scott was shot three types including once in the back. an anti-anxiety medication and a
his family denies that. 41 large wildfires are burning across the southeastern u.s. and more than 100,000 acres have already burned. north carolina and georgia have been hardest hit and there is no relief in sight. smoke is so thick near atlanta that the air quality is considered unhealthy. and a new warning about travel this thanksgiving. aaa predicting nearly 50 million americans will hit the roads and take to the skies, the most since 2007 vegas, san francisco, san diego, orlando and new york. nothing says thanksgiving like las vegas, right? all right. and finally did you hear the one about the koala that walked into account apartment's office? well, it actually happened in australia. there is the koala marching right in there with fierce determination checking out the disks, maybe trying to get his taxes done seeing how he's not
>> good one. >> i'm cracking myself up. some in the office say it's prove money does not grow on trees. >> one-two punch. one-two punch for amy robach. >> got to give it to you, amy. >> the thing is you have to know amy knows it's all about the sell. you have believe. >> you have to stick it. >> you stuck that landing. >> thank you. >> thank you. how about news that goes pop. hard act to follow. >> before we get started, a little music news for everybody. cannot wait for the american music awards this sunday. 8:00 p.m. eastern on abc. the final five nominees for artist of the year are, we're announcing them right now right here. ariana grande, carrie underwood, justin bieber, rihanna and selena gomez. all five. >> wow. >> very well done. you can vote through thursday for your favorite at amavote.com on twitter. there you go.
now, in music news, mick jagger ran into a little problem while dusting off his 1970s rock star duds for the new retrospective on the band called exhibitism rolling stone. when he went to storage to get boxes of his costumes he discovered two of his kid, daughters elizabeth and georgia had, excuse me, borrowed a few things. do i ha i have to cough. >> step into his collection of old threads lafky models and could fit into his very thin trousers. >> his stick thin. >> i didn't think i could say that. >> do what you want. i can take it from here. the rock star went on to tell the magazine "i used it as a good excuse to say time for you guys to give them back." the rolling stones exhibit resides at the industrious studio till march and travels to ten more cities over the next four years.
stones fan check it out. >> i would love to see the costumes and want to see how thin his pants are. >> stick thin. >> you heard it here first, america. thank you for the assist, george. also in "pop news" this morning, the only thing photographers may like more than snapping gorgeous cindy crawford is getting to shoot her incredible malibu estate. now they can. she and husband randy have listed the family spread for $60 million. they bought it and the adjacent property a little over ago and renovated it which has four bedrooms, 5 1/2 bath, boasts a tennis court and, of course a pool to lounge in on those hot california days and those million dollar views or should we say, $60 million views. just a little real estate eye candy for you, you know i like to include it, not assuming that many of us will be bidding on it but it sure is nice to look at. then finally, looks like our former president is in on mission pawsible.
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back here on "gma" we're cracking the kid code looking at kids and technology and the big debate over whether you should monitor your kids' cell phone. t.j. sat down with a mother who clear here. we are talking about flat out spying on your child. there are some apps out there that will allow a parent to see everything their child is doing on the phone even deleted techs, some parents might be itching to run out and get that app but others, it brings up this heated question, does a child's right to privacy, is it actually trumped by a parent's desire to protect? preteens and teens, what are
many adults will never know but there's one who does. >> you can't hide from me. >> reporter: christine presti, mom of isabella and michael was so anxious to know what they are kids were doing than air phones she secretly installed spyware to watch them and can see anything. it's legal to monitor your kids but a controversy lurks. do teens deserve privacy? or is secretly monitoring for safety sake more important? >> at 11 and 13, we should know what's going on in >> what's the problem with letting you see your phone. >> i like some privacy. >> reporter: last summer christine says isabella suddenly became more secretive. >> i immediately think that something is going on. >> reporter: so she downloads spy software on both kids' phone sflsz were you torn? >> nope. >> you were not. >> not one bit. they are my kids an i needed to protect them. >> reporter: experts say secret monitoring may hurt your children and your relationship with them in the long run.
of "how to raise an adult." >> every moment is effectively saying, i do not trust you in the slightest. >> how do you tell them you trust them when you spy on them? >> wow, i hope they just know that i do trust them and that i'm doing this just to protect them. >> reporter: using the app christine discovers isabella is texting someone she thinks is a teenager. but when christine calls the number, she gets a >> she thought she was talking to a friend and it turned out that it wasn't. >> reporter: christine blocked the caller. still it was a scary moment. >> went through every scenario. meeting somebody. kidnapping. >> reporter: christine knew she had to confront her daughter which meant confessing about the spyware but isabella came clean first. >> she came down the stairs and was like, i need to talk to you. >> she beat you to it. >> she beat me to it. >> isabella told her about the
also saw the other side. >> i had a lot of different emotions like why is she doing this but was happy because i knew she was protecting me. >> your momma loves you. 2 for 2, the piece today and the one today. our chief medical editor dr. richard besser is here and callahan walsh, friend of the program is hire, nice to see you, cal. dr. besser, let me start with you. should you monitor your child's cell phone? >> i don't think so. yo pediatrician, i know that what concerns us most is our children's safety. but in order to ensure that there's all kinds of dangers, i think you need to develop a relationship in which you show you trust your child show they can trust you to come to you with anything and i think this can torpedo everything. >> we believe parents should monitor their youngest children
waters but for the older kids we want parents to have ongoing empowered conversations to make sure those kids can make those safe and smart decisions on their owns. parents can go blue in their face monitoring them all day but they're not always going to be there. >> i also believe, you got two sons. >> t.j. has a young daughter. you have a little time. >> some of this even from the parps is not just a matter of making sure the kid is safe but for the parent's peace of mind. not that t needs that comfort to know i got an eye on everything. >> you bring up trust and now i want to ask you both about that. as a pediatrician do you feel that that could damage the trust between -- >> well, i think it could. you know, if -- as a parent, the idea of bubble wrapping your child and protecting them until they're dulls and releasing them is comforting but if your child doesn't trust you as they hit the teen years facing decisions about alcohol, drugs, will they
i worry that if they don't feel there's trust, those tough issues they're not going to come to you and could be riskier. >> aren't there some times you know your child and know something is not right here and want to weigh in. >> again, we want parents to empower their kids. this may be an option the parents need to take. that phone is often bought by the parent, paid for by the parent and that's the responsibility till they turn 18. now. i bought this phone. >> i'll take you out. >> this is a serious conversation to have and i know one that parents struggle with. it's about spying. i know we're running out of time. is spying a bad thing? what if you let your kid know we're going to keep an eye -- >> i think you need to set up rules up front as to what's allowable and if you see a behavior or something different that you're going to sit down and go over it together because that's not acceptable. >> work together. >> technology, set ground rules
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all right. look at this tough crowd here. coal, rainy and they are here to see "gma." we appreciate you. we're about to hear from the eliminated couple, terra jole and sasha farber and ginger zee live from los angeles in just a few minutes but first here's plan on another mild november day. first, we have some fog to deal with over portions of eastern iowa. it may be thick in spots, northwest you go. highs will generally be in the upper 50s to lower 60s this afternoon. plan on more mild weather on wednesday and especially on thursday. the reality check we have been waiting for will arrive on friday night going into the weekend. so far, we haven't had to run the furnace too hard. that all changes this weekend with to that dramatic night on "dancing with the stars" that brought a series of perfect
should not say booted couple. terra jole and sasha farber. >> no longer on the dance floor. going to be our new term. ginger, of course, was right there. we'll check in with her but first let's talk to terra and sasha. thanks for flying all night long. sasha wants to point out these are not real tattoos. this is part of his costume last night. tornadoes, you just said it best to him. >> it's a great idea that he got all of the tattoos on >> could be halloween week. >> you have a great attitude. what a way to go out. terra, two perfect scores. >> it was really great. that was our first perfect score and then we got two of them which was -- it was a great night. >> a great night and a great thing. what was the biggest challenge in the choreography?
true to work with and the second that i met terra i was like how is this going to work? terra is the first little person on the show and within the first hour of rehearsal she inspired me so much and definitely wouldn't be here if it wasn't for terra and she's been the best partner i've ever had and she's just amazing and i feel like this journey end the and i have a friend for life. >> and what did you learn about dancing, about teaching, because of this journey? >> terra has definitely taught challenging but she has proven to me there is no challenge that we can't do. >> well, talking about pushing yourself you really pushed yourself. you came out three weeks after having grayson your son, started rehearsing and your husband said last night you are the best mom and the best wife. you are wonderful. >> yeah. it was quite hard that those first few weeks actually just having my c-section and then
as the weeks progressed it got easier, i may have accumulated some hernias because of it. but i mean you just keep pushing because this competition is such a unique opportunity and a life-changing experience that you never want to give up on. >> well, you never gave up and congratulations. we loved watching you. do you want to get to ginger real quick. ging, you were there. you've seen it all. who did you believe is going to take it all the way? >> oh, i think i still have to go with james for a second and then i'm going laurie first. i really think laurie and val will pull it out. so much feeling that came into that young woman last night that so many people saw but james got that place erupting, so -- >> you can see it monday night.
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? [ applause ] we have a very, very happy audience here with us this morning. >> they are very happy to be in from the rain. >> yes, i think so. >> thank you for coming. let's start out with a question. so just about everyone. now which ones will admit to being troublemakers when you were kids? okay. you put it up and down at the same time. well, you know have someone else to blame. it turns out you can blame your sibling. >> for being a troublemaker? >> for being a troublemaker. yeah, they did a study out of
canada, of identical twins and found the most important influence on a kid, when engaging in bad behavior, is your sibling. >> especially if you're close in age, it travels from one sibling to another, matters more than the parent thing and genetics. >> is the older always to blame for the younger one -- >> this is the part i can't understand. how come it's always the bad behavior that spreads as opposed to if the good behavior doesn't spread. >> i'm sure it does. i think we're all a big giant influence on each other. i believe that i have evidence i would like to show you. is there a picture? i found this picture. okay, those are my two sisters. in the pink crown that is the troublemaker in my family. i would like to point out that that little one over there in the orange, the oldest sister, is actually the instigators always. lisa, you are outed. >> of course, you have the platform. you can make the charge. >> exactly. >> she doesn't have that. you love being -- who is the baby in the family? >> me.
>> there's a lot to it. i wouldn't trade that for anything. >> no, it is a great position -- family position to be in. >> i think when you're the baby, live you're probably able to get into more trouble because your parents are so tired. >> they're just done. >> hang out with your brothers and sisters. i'm tired. >> wait. >> look at you. >> there i am with my three older brothers right there. >> look at you, michael. >> gene jr., chris and victor. >> you were a little bitty thing then. >> i kept growing. they didn't. >> nice. >> beat up on your little brother no more. >> so the moral of the story is that siblings are the best and we -- in every single way. more than any other in life, really. you know what else is best, really great, "people's sexiest man alive." [ cheers and applause ] so earlier we revealed that dwayne "the rock" johnson is
year. well deserved. we want to share with you some of the others that made the cut and some of the new categories added this year so we welcome back "people" editorial director jess cagle. >> editorial director. >> hi. what's happening? good to see you. >> good to see you back. >> good morning, george. >> george and i planned this. hi, lara. michael. >> good to see you, my friend. >> nice to see you. >> so, jess, let's talk about new categories superstar duos. >> these are couples who are both incredibly sexy and both incredibly glamorous and in every single case was like one plus one equals five so like chrissy teigen and john legend, you know. [ applause ] >> yes. >> look at them. also don't you just want to live with chrissy teigen and john legend? >> yes. i follow her instagram just to pretend that i do. >> yes, according to instagram they watch television naked, so all the more reason.
right now naked. are you watching us naked? >> i just started to think myself, chrissy and john laid up on the couch watching tv naked. i don't want to live with them now. i'll go over for dinner. >> what other categories are there? >> taking a turn. cross your legs. >> burt reynolds pose. >> that was your burt reynoldss? >> yeah, that was burt back in the day. >> robin, as you wish. let's talk about geeky to gorgeous. geeky to gorgeous, jess. >> we do this one every year. where we -- basically we take hot guys and then show pictures of them in high school. >> ah. >> right. >> tough.
by the way, i actually don't think he's that geeky either. >> no, that's late '80s, though. my vintage. >> it's a little bit mean i think to show high school photos of people, however, it's a public service because it givers hope. >> yes. >> to every high school boy out there. >> you worked on that. >> i did. >> so last year michael strahan was on the list. >> yes. >> and this year, i do believe that we know somebody else who made the list. michael, would you help us with this? [ drum roll ] [ cheers and applause ] ? >> look at that. >> you're welcome, george. >> yes. >> you're welcome. >> you threatened this last year and you actually followed through. >> a dream come true. >> yes. >> tell us, jess, what was it about george stephanopoulos that makes him one of the sexiest men alive? >> you know, i went to the source.
i said to ali wentworth, what makes george sexy and she said he's married to ali wentworth. >> sounds like ali wentworth. >> george, i got to say you're very consistent in your suit choices. >> that's right. so this is embarrass george day. ali will sit in your chair tomorrow and keep it going. >> congratulations. >> thank you. thank you. >> i think it's more like sexy considering. >> no, not at all. a good head of hair, >> yes. >> fit. a good guy, a good father, a good husband. >> thank you. >> great co-worker. >> check all the boxes. >> great pal. all of the above. check, check, check. >> sexy all the way around. >> i have a question. you also do the most beautiful. in your opinion, jess, what's the difference between sexiest and most beautiful? >> well most beautiful is really for women. i think it would feel weird -- >> we can't be sexy? >> well, yes, yes.
don't answer. don't say another word. stop. you can't -- they trap you. you've been trapped. >> i'm not going to say a word. >> we'll get you out -- i'll get you out of this because i'll bring somebody who is going to show us all of the illusion. you know who i'm bringing to the table, the one and only david blaine, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] >> come on out, david. [ applause ] >> hi, david. >> good to see you. >> how are you doing? >> looking good. >> how are you doing, man? how are you doing? >> now, david, you got some -- >> how are you doing? >> you got a special on abc tonight. >> tonight. >> all right. tell us all about it, man. >> i worked two years on it, and i think it's -- i think it's the most interesting one that i've done because it's not just magic tricks, per se, it's kind of a documentary that goes into the secrets behind how i actually work on tricks. >> i had a chance to actually
stuff you're doing just blows your mind because why would you want to do it. you have good reasons for diving so deep into these tricks but you tricked a lot of stars. who was the most surprised? >> man, they're so good in so many ways, it's hard to isolate one. i picked all my favorite people and was lucky to be able to just jazz out with them. by the way, i brought you these special abc decks of cards. [ cheers and applause ] right. >> thank you. >> since you brought cards, we can't let you go without doing one. >> i agree. but, wait, can everybody stand up except for michael because you'll make us look short. everybody else, can you all stand up? so, michael -- but, michael, you know how to shuffle, correct? >> yes, sir. >> can you shuffle the deck a couple of times and examine it, make sure it's okay. can i use your card? >> absolutely. >> can i write on the back of it. >> absolutely. >> so i'm going to write some words down while michael
esp? >> extrasensory perception. >> yes, sidekick, whatever, right? and here i'll write vip. what is that? >> very important person. >> perfect. >> then i'll do now like this, n-o-w, now. can you hold this for me? >> sure. >> now, michael, you shuffled the cards? >> yes, i did. >> can you spread them face up so she can see them. face up, face up. yeah, great. good, so we can see all of them. so, spread them out. here's what i want to you do perfect. put your finger at the top of the deck like this, and i want you to slowly move across the cards, but you're not thinking about a card specific, just slowly move across the deck and, yeah, slow down as you go and keep slowly moving across, good, keep moving across and then you're basically going to stop anywhere so wherever you want, just stop.
lower your finger where -- so you stopped on what card, three. >> 3 of diamonds. >> push it forward so you could have stopped anywhere but you chose to stop on the 3 of diamonds. do you know why you stopped on this card? >> i don't know. >> i'll tell you why because of that. subconsciously your brain read that differently. can you turn it so we can read it this way. flip it this way. yeah, yeah. what does it say? like this, what does it say? read it. see that, hold on. >> oh, man. >> i'm saying subconsciously your brain actually processed it, but you weren't aware -- >> you chose to stop there. >> oh, my god. >> that is unbelievable. >> you know that is subconsciously. consciously we're going to watch your show. it is "david blaine: beyond magic" that airs tonight at 10:00 here on abc. check it out. coming up, emeril is here
commentary by director j.j. abrams and the kicker is everyone here gets a four-disc cd set. that's right. you get one, and you get "star day. first, we have some fog to deal with over portions of eastern iowa. it may be thick in spots, especially the farther northwest you go. highs will generally be in the upper 50s to lower 60s this afternoon. plan on more mild weather on wednesday and especially on thursday. the reality it's christmas in november, robin. back inside to you. >> thank you, rob. i love how our audience was like what do we get? you were looking like -- we'll see if there's some left over. now to a new approach to cancer recovery changing the way we heal and offering new hope all about treating the whole you with everything from yoga, meditation, it's something that really has impacted my life along with so many others.
rockin' robin productions has teamed up with webmd for a new series, "the cutting edge of cancer." here's a look. when sheila cox had finished treatments for breast cancer, she tried to run full force back into her life but instead she stumbled. >> i had three surgeries. i thought i was healed and i thought i was ready to go and i wasn't. i felt physically, emotionally and spiritually devastated by it all. >> there's this feeling that you've had your surgery, good prognosis, so done. that's just not the case, is it? >> that's when you feel really alone. >> how do we let the people know that the journey continues even after the treatment? a different type of journey continues. >> that's actually where the real recovery and healing begins. whenever i was depressed, the way out of depression for me was
i wasn't acquainted with my new body. i was holding myself in a strange way and wasn't breathing properly and i was fearful and i had never been fearful in my life. >> and for you to use that phrase like that that it was lost, how did you find it again? >> up, up. >> reporter: this is how she found it again. across the country cancer treatment programs are increasingly using innovative treatments such as this fitness class at the bendheim integrative medicine center in new york city. >> our dream make integrative medicine part of the standard cancer care. >> reporter: as you can see here, integrative medicine is a more holistic approach to cancer. these patients, many still fighting cancer, some even stage 4, are participating in movement therapies, acupuncture, massage, and meditation. >> bring the mind back to the present moment. >> reporter: integrative medicine focuses on the
in a new way, something i discovered on my own cancer journey. after the treatments i received for breast cancer led to a rare blood disorder called myelodysplastic syndrome, it was integrative therapies like yoga that helped me not only recover physically but spiritually and mentally. >> i have been waiting 174 days to say this, good morning, america. >> i was given a sense of hope and energy that helped me re-enter my life. >> open. >> reporter: there's a very palpable vitality, a life force given back to cancer patients taking part in integrative therapies. >> your confidence has returned. >> it has. >> yeah. i look at you. you are beautiful. you absolutely -- i mean the light that is coming through your eyes and the way that you hold yourself, i don't know about you, i'm not crazy about the word survivor. >> oh, i'm not. i hate that word.
>> i like how we are thriving and i say we, we are thrivers. >> i would add to the thriver. i feel like i'm a warrior. >> warrior and i'm standing next to another warrior. right here. even through -- you get so -- >> i get emotional because it is the mental battle is something we don't talk about enough and i'm so glad you did and the physical helps the mental. >> it does. >> getting through it because the battle is always there. we're warriors still, robin. >> yeah. we're still working out but through chemotherapy you were running and moving. >> i was running. i had to run. it's the thing i do. it's my meditation and i have so many w fight song with rachel platten, that got me through a lot of it too. >> and you were sobbing as you were running? >> i truly was. she was truly kemo sabe. >> thank you for that piece. it's so important. >> "the cutting edge of cancer" at webmd, the five-part launches this morning. you know what else is good for recovery, pie. >> i agree. >> pie. >> you bet you. emeril is here live. we eat lots of pie. >> just wait.
back now with our countdown to thanksgiving. we got emeril lagasse here with his best holiday pies. the secret to a perfect pie is the perfect crust. >> exactly. >> let's get started. >> here's what we're going to do. listen, i even the night before measure my flour and put it in the refrigerator or the freezer in a zip bag. the colder the ingredients and the less you work it, the better the crust is going to be. even your butter or shortening or lard, which we use in the south, everything except the salt should be cold. even have ice inside of the water then you don't want to overwork it, make perfect crust, roll it, but the other key to this, michael, is this, do it the night before and let it refrigerate overnight. >> okay. >> much better. >> what are we making now? whatever you made earlier, they started eating before we even started discussing this. i'm hungry too.
combination of granny smith, which i think are the best baking and use gala apples as well. nutmeg, allspice, salt and cinnamon. we're going to add all those. >> i got to mix that. >> then add butter in here. >> okay. >> a little flour, that's going to be the thickening agent. >> thicken it up. there we go. >> sugar. as sweet as you want the apples. taste the apples. see how tart the apple is and then you can -- then a little bit of vanilla. >> got to have the vanilla. >> then lemon juice which you also not only stabilize it but keep it from turning color or oxidizing. once you have all of that mixed in, you roll out your pie dough, put that inside of here and then what we'll do is then we do the crust on top of that. perfect. okay. let's talk about this. this is the deep dish apple pie and that's what we just made right there, okay? >> that's beautiful. >> how is it? >> banana cream pie. >> ah, banana cream pie. oh. that's my favorite. love that. >> robin, that's pumpkin.
with spice cream and chocolate pecan -- >> i love that pie. >> your favorite, george? >> yeah. >> i have to tell you this, this is like when i was like 2 years old, 25 years ago is the first time i made this on "good morning america." with margo. margo and i, and i had to bring it back for her, so this is the banana cream pie for margo. [ all talking >> no, no, no. that was another guy. remember that. >> thank you so much. >> perfect pie crust. i'll try this for thanksgiving. try it too, man. >> yes, indeed. >> we have the recipe. >> perfect pie, everybody. >> "gma's" countdown to
we want to welcome a new member of the "gma" family. congratulations. this is saar remember and her husband greg and their beautiful baby boy benjamin theodore messer. >> congratulations, sara. >> we love you. > have a great day, everyone. ? a group of peaceful protesters in dubuque is seeing a boost in the number of
committee meets at this corner every monday holding signs to support peace. but yesterday, a few dozen more people joined the gathering. some said they're worried about what they call president- elect trump's rhetoric. but they also add they're against protestors causing disruption and destruction. "although i can relate to their frustrations, i think positive protesting. it's what we stand for, not what we stand against. " afternoon's event. drivers on highway 20 can try out a new interchange this morning. the highway 20 interchange on the west side of dyersville is officially opening today. that's in dubuque county. officials are hosting a ribbon cutting ceremony at 9:30 this morning. and now here's your first alert forecast. plan on another mild november day. first, we have some fog to deal with over portions of eastern iowa. it may be thick in spots,
in the upper 50s to lower 60s this afternoon. plan on more mild weather on wednesday and especially on thursday. the reality check we have been waiting for will arrive on friday night going into the weekend. so far, we haven't had to run the furnace too hard. that all changes this weekend with highs struggling to hit 40 and lows well down into the 20s. enjoy your day!today: early morning fog, then partly cloudy. wind: sw 5-15. wind: nw 5-10. low: 39 tomorrow: mostly sunny. wind: se 5-15. high: 62 tom. night: partly cloudy.