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od morning america." good morning, america. celebrating nancy reagan. the former first lady who redefined the role and never wavered in her love for the president. ♪ our love is here to stay >> behind the scenes force for one of the most popular presidents ever. fiercely loyal, always by his side. >> everything is about him. >> a crusader for causes close to her heart. and she brought glamour to the white house. the tributes pouring in this morning, as her daughter speaks out. and after paying their respects, hillary clinton and bernie sanders in a fiery face-off overnight. >> excuse me, i'm talking! >> if you're going to talk, tell the whole story, senator sanders. >> the democrats drawing a sharp divide as the gop looks to narrow the field.
>> i want ted one-on-one. >> donald trump calling on marco rubio to drop out, even as rubio scores a big primary win. a terrifying close call caught on camera. a 13-year-old girl breaks free from a would-be kidnapper. how she got away unharmed. the search for the man behind the wheel right now. peyton manning's big announcement, the superstar quarterback about to leave the game for good. why the five-time mvp is calling it quits after the super bowl win. his final play this morning. and good morning, america. the nation paying tribute this morning to nancy reagan. there, you see the former first lady, wife of president ronald reagan, so many paying their respects. a look at the scene there at the ronald reagan presidential library in simi valley, california. where nancy will lay in rest next to her husband. >> so many messages of love coming in right now, honoring
one of the women who redefined the first lady's role in the white house. nancy and ronald reagan's daughter patti releasing a statement -- just as when my father died, there's comfort in feeling surrounded by gentle thoughts and kind wishes. often sent out by strangers. >> many remembering nancy and ronald's love story, 52-year partnership. michael reagan saying his mom is once again by the man's side she loved so dearly. we'll have an inside look at their romance coming up. >> so many honoring the former first lady right now. we begin with abc's matt gutman who's at the reagan library there in california. good morning to you, matt. >> reporter: good morning to you, amy, from the hangar that houses ronald reagan's air force one. perhaps no one did more to build his legacy than his wife, nancy. 12 years after his passing this library is preparing to lay her to rest alongside him. more than a decade after her
husband's death overnight preparations began to lay nancy reagan to rest. the former first lady pronounced dead here at her leafy bel-air home saturday. congestive heart failure was the cause. >> she died peacefully, it was her time. >> reporter: on sunday, a hearse carried her body from her home to santa monica, where she'll rest for a few days before she's brought to her final resting place, reagan library. to be near her husband. though frail in her twilight years her spirit never seemed to dim. abc news obtaining this picture of her grinning on her 94th birthday in july. overnight, condolences pouring in from around the world. from the president and first lady saying, nancy reagan once wrote that nothing could prepare you for living in the white house. she was right, of course. to israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu lamenting the loss of a friend of israel. to arnold schwarzenegger. >> she was one of the greatest first ladies.
extraordinary human being. barbara bush who succeeded her as first lady in 1989, we take comfort they'll be reunited once more. and family echoing that statement. michael tweeting she has always wanted to be with her ronnie. and daughter patti saying late last night, my mother had died peacefully in her sleep. it was how she wanted to go. one of the last times she was seen in public, in 2014, shown in a wheelchair at her husband's gravesite. on the tenth anniversary of his passing. >> she always made it a point of coming out on the anniversary of her husband's death. she would come out and sit alone and meditate and i'm sure talk to her ronnie. >> i'm told about 1,000 people will be invited to the funeral. while invitations have not been sent out, i'm told that among those invited will be heads of state, other dignitaries, former presidents and celebrities.
nancy reagan of course knew them all. amy, george. >> loved by so many, matt, and more on ronnie and nancy's love story from lara later. but right now, her influence, she was one of the most high-profile influential first ladies. she champion causes, defended her husband in public and behind the scenes a president's indispensable partner. president reagan called on her in his final speech. >> before i go, i'd like to ask the person who's made my life journey so meaningful, so very proud of over the years to join me, nancy. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: it was the story of their marriage. a love story that began during the 1956 film "hellcats of the navy," continued as reagan entered politics. first, as governor of california. >> i ronald reagan do solemnly swear. >> reporter: and she was by his side when he was sworn in as the
president in 1981. >> she had elegance. >> reagan's signature cause, the just say no campaign to fight drug and alcohol use among teens. >> just say no. >> reporter: when president reagan was shot barely two months into his presidency, his first thoughts was nancy. i opened my eyes once to find nancy there. she became protective of her husband. >> i was a very good worrier. >> did he know? >> i think so. he would refer that to me often. >> reporter: sometimes clashing with top aides. they thought she was too controlling. occasionally, she spoke for him. >> doing everything we can. >> the couple had two children between them and helped raise two children from reagan's first wife. after the former president revealed in 1994 that he had alzheimer's disease, nancy's hardest years. >> he was worried about you? >> i know. >> in these years and how painful it would be. >> i know. i know. >> has it been as painful as he feared?
>> well, it's not a wonderful time. >> reporter: she gave an emotional tribute at the 1996 republican convention. >> let me close with ronnie's words, not mine. >> their legacies forever linked. >> never forget your heroic origins. never fail to seek divine guidance and never, never lose your natural god-given optimism. >> and we're joined now by barbara walters who knew nancy reagan so well. great to see you this morning. barbara, you had spoken to nancy reagan in the last year. >> well, we did. i mean, we saw each other, she was fragile. according to her daughter, in poor health, but the mind was good. i mean, if she telephoned you or you called her, you couldn't get off the phone. she loved to talk and gossip. but also was a very serious person.
we talked about how everyone wanted her endorsement. this is nancy reagan, not ronald reagan but they wanted her saying you're the one i want. >> one of your most memories was at the ranch. what were they like together. >> they adored each other. we used to make fun of her face. he would make a speech and she would go. it was a love affair that continued and she took care of him when he had alzheimer's. she was with him all the time. her life revolved around him. >> those alzheimer's years so sad for her because the man she knew was slipping away. >> but she was there. she was there. she took care of him. she didn't leave his side. it was very sad.
it's what she called, the long good-bye. because he had alzheimer's for quite a while. >> and her legacy quite long as well. she spoke out on so many issues -- on breast cancer, on alzheimer's, on the just say no campaign. >> especially on the breast cancer. i know you'll be talking about it in other ways. she made women go and get mammographies and self-exams. she did some very serious things. she also loved gossip and clothes. chef had been criticized for it in the beginning and you know that song, secondhand -- >> sure. >> there was some white house affair in which she sang that. >> yeah. >> how will you remember her? >> i think she brought an elegance to the white house. not that it hadn't been before. rosalynn carter lived a simple lifestyle. there was an elegance, there was
a charm, she brought wonderful artists to the white house. that's what i'll remember most. she was a dignified, elegant woman. a credit to her husband's legacy. >> barbara walters, thank you. >> thank you, george. >> yes, and so many wonderful memories continuing to pour in today. we turn now to the latest on the race for the white house. the republicans and democrats both honoring nancy reagan. facing off over the weekend last night hillary clinton and bernie sanders exchanging sharp words in a heated debate. abc's tom llamas is here with the latest on all of that. >> reporter: during the debate, we learned that senator sanders won the maine caucuses. but clinton still way ahead in delegates. but last night sanders showing he still has a lot of fight left in him. overnight after reflecting on the passing of nancy reagan. >> we'd like to pause for a moment of silence in honor of nancy reagan. >> reporter: bernie sanders and hillary clinton going head to
head in a heated debate. >> he voted against the money that ended up saving the auto industry. i think that is a pretty big difference. >> well, if you're talking about the wall street bailout, where some of your friends destroyed this economy -- >> you know -- >> excuse me, i'm talking! >> if you're going to talk, tell the whole story, senator. >> reporter: but the candidates on stage not only taking aim at each other but republican rivals. >> we are if we're president going to invest a lot of money in mental health and when you watch these republican debates you know why! >> the debate coming on the heels of a seismic weekend for the republican field. senator ted cruz having a super saturday, winning two states and taking the most delegates. but trump also winning two states. now, both candidates calling for a two-man race.
>> i'd love to take on ted one-on-one. that would be so much fun. >> what's becoming more and more clear is if you want to beat donald trump we have to stand united as one. >> reporter: but marco rubio not giving up without a fight. the florida senator winning big in puerto rico. >> in an open primary, where anyone can vote, i got over 70% of the votes. >> the media has been saying some pretty negative things about donald trump. >> reporter: meanwhile saturday night live taking on trump supporters with a fake ad from a group called racists for trump. >> he's going to take our economy from here to here. and i like that. >> that ad just got edgier after that point right there. senator rubio telling a crowd last night he was invited to come on snl but he skipped it so he could campaign in that state and a big endorsement for john kasich, arnold schwarzenegger. putting his support behind the ohio governor. george? >> let's talk to matt dowd.
you still have four people in the race. you saw the fake ad on "saturday night live" but donald trump about to face his biggest test next week as real ads pour in against him in all of the big states -- florida, michigan, ohio and illinois. >> the interesting thing about this race, donald trump's tank is at 100%. he has the capacity to win this outright. ted cruz is two-thirds full. marco rubio's is a half full. donald trump, the ads he's going to face will deplete that gas tank. in order for him to keep winning in this thing he has to figure out a way to overcome it. >> we just showed the delegate lead right there. about 84 delegates ahead, trump over ted cruz. both guys want a two-person race. >> ted cruz knows the only way he can beat donald trump is if marco rubio and john kasich drop out. that's not going to happen before march 15th when those people vote. donald trump knows that the only person he would like to run against one-on-one is ted cruz.
he has a far easier time beating ted cruz than marco rubio and john kasich. >> hillary clinton, even though bernie sanders won three states over the weekend, she still has an insurmountable lead. >> he still has a small window of opportunity. he won three of four, a big weekend for anyone else, other than bernie sanders against hillary clinton. the problem is, he has to win michigan tomorrow night. he's behind. in order to get oxygen in this race, he has to win michigan tomorrow night. >> all right, guys, to another big headline. the wild weather out west. a string of strong storms lashing the californian coast this morning, triggering flash floods and leaving buildings on this crumbling cliff in danger. and abc's neal karlinsky has the latest. >> reporter: good morning, a drenching and blustery 24 hours out here. this building along this cliffside in danger of falling.
it was scheduled to be demolished today but they have been put on hold for 24 hours because the storm has made the situation here just too dangerous. this morning, el nino has northern california in its crosshairs. drenching san francisco and the surrounding area and leaving these buildings in the city of pacifica, slowly crumbling away alongside a huge bluff at their most dangerous. >> hanging on by a thread. >> reporter: the rain falling so hard at times it almost seemed to be coming from every direction. the one-two punch including strong winds. knocking down trees like the one that went through the back window of this car. the unusual downpours stretching to southern california where nearly half dozen people had to be rescued from raising waters along the l.a. river. >> what we have two people in the water, one up in the tree, one holding onto the tree. >> reporter: up the coast in oregon where a coast guard helicopter rescued three surfers caught in rough seas.
so these apartments will be torn down on tuesday assuming they survive this latest onslaught. >> all right, neal with the latest there in california. now, lara has big football headline. >> yeah, you know me with the football headlines. the latest on peyton manning's good-bye. the football great set to announce his retirement this morning. going out on top after guiding the denver broncos with a super bowl. victory. ryan smith is here with his legendary career. good morning, ryan. >> reporter: good morning, lara. for weeks we wondered if peyton manning would retire. now it appears that it's a reality. the opener -- superstar completing a storybook ending to a legendary career. for weeks, he's faced questions about his nfl future. >> should it be over? >> i'm not sure he's done. >> i know you haven't made your decision, but who's helping you. >> certainly talk to ashley about it and pray a lot about
it. >> reporter: but peyton manning calling his final play -- hanging up his cleats after 17 seasoning playing for the indianapolis colts and the denver broncos. the five time mvp and two time super bowl winner, one of the greatest to ever play the game. the league's all-time leader in passing yards and the winingest quarterback in nfl. but the numbers only part of the story. he set the standard of diligence on the field. >> he's very meticulous in what he does. >> and personality off of it. [ laughter ] >> and ever the perfect pitchman. >> they're big, aren't they? >> they're huge. but really? now? is this really happening? >> reporter: his career ending on a storybook high, coming back from a foot injury sidelining him for several games. to lead his broncos to a stunning super bowl upset. >> the denver broncos have taken super bowl 50.
>> reporter: and now the man they call the sheriff is riding off into the sunset. manning is expected to announce his retirement at a press conference today. the broncos calling him a first class ambassador who did things the right way and players around the league saying you changed the game forever and made everyone around you better. >> lovely. >> so it was his last rodeo. >> it was. >> into the sunset. >> people may not be surprised but it had to be a tough decision. >> he's on top. but when it's time, it's time. let's go to rob right now. big storm in the west. >> yeah where peyton had his game. we've got winter storm warnings and wind advisories. significant storm coming through here and another one on wednesday as we go through tuesday night into wednesday morning, significant rain with that. the storms in the central plains the next two days, could become severe. houston, san antonio and also austin. your select cities right now brought to you by cintas.
>> good monday only. i am meteorologist mike nicco with the forecast. chance of showers will taper as we head through the evening. completely dry. only tomorrow is the series of storms coming but they are not so strong as over the weekend. today can you see the isolated nature of the showers. temperatures are in the upper 50s to forly sick. tonight, mid-30s to mid-40s cooler with patchy fog in the only commute and coming up on "gma," hulk
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welcome back to "good morning america." you're looking at the many flowers and tributes to nancy reagan pouring in at the ronald reagan presidential library in simi valley, california, where the former first lady will be buried alongside the president. her stepson writing, she's always where she wanted to be, with her ronnie. we'll have so much more on her legacy and undying love with ronald reagan coming up. as we celebrate nancy reagan's life this morning. >> one of the most beautiful love stories that's coming up. also right now, bernie sanders and hillary clinton resting up this morning after that contentious debate. in detroit. toughest words yet, as they prepare for michigan tomorrow. their next debate wednesday in miami. also, increasing concerns about the zika virus. a new study finds women at all
stages of pregnancy are at risk. then, this terrifying scene caught on camera, take a look. as a young girl runs away from a man who's trying to kidnap her, her quick thinking preventing a potential tragedy. we'll talk about what she did right and some very important information for all parents and their children coming up. >> smart and brave girl. but we begin with the latest on hulk hogan's lawsuit against the website gawker. he's suing the site for posting his private sex tape. in opening statements are set to begin this morning. abc's linzie janis is at the courtroom in st. petersburg, florida. good morning, linzie. >> reporter: good morning, george. hulk hogan is calling this the real main event, first celebrity to take a fight over a sex tape all the way to trial. the case pitting his privacy against freedom of the press. this morning, hulk hogan getting ready, in his own words, to slam another giant. the most famous wrestler in the world now taking on gawker
inside a florida courtroom, suing the website for posting a 2007 video of him having sex with heather clem, then-wife of his former best friend. hogan seeking $100 million for the alleged invasion of privacy, saying he did not know that he was being filmed. >> we didn't object to gawker telling the story but the sex tape that was utilized to promote the pornography. to increase their profit. >> gawker said by the time they posted the tape in 2012 there was wide speculation of its existence, arguing that they have a first amendment right of publishing the tape after hogan denied the affair with clem. >> when you walk into another man's house to have sex with that wife and you have been talking about your sex life, the news media is allowed to talk about it. >> reporter: before opening
arguments, a twist, bubba clem's maintained the tape was stolen from him is refusing to testify in the trial. on friday the judge ruling hogan's legal team couldn't draw parallels in this case with erin andrews' $75 million lawsuit. over a naked video of her that was filmed by a stalker. the judge calling the two cases very different. legal experts say this case could have big consequences when it comes to both celebrity privacy and the freedom of press. >> it could have a chilling effect on media outlets with respect to publishing these types of video tapes. >> the judge also ruling that hogan must go by his real name in court and he can wear his bandanna but it must be plain and in a muted color. now to a remarkable survival story, a pilot's quick thinking,
saving himself and his daughter, after his plane lost power 2,000 feet above ground. they were able to deploy the plane's parachute and glide it to safety. jesse palmer has more on this story. >> the local police chief said he had no idea that planes even had parachutes. good thing this one did or this might have had a tragic ending. the dramatic calls for help. a plane losing power. plummeting from 2,000 feet in the air. >> 5 alpha romeo say your quest. >> reporter: thanks to some quick thinking -- >> small plane, orange parachute. >> he landed somewhere in the vicinity of there that's the midfield -- >> reporter: this morning they're okay. miraculously surviving a crash landing on long island with just a few cuts and bruises. >> the engine died and i pulled the parachute. >> reporter: first responders rushing to the wreckage only to find the father and daughter able to walk away without serious injuries.
>> never expected to have a problem with this. >> we should be thanking our lucky stars because it appears the parachute feature of this plane is what saved those two individuals' lives. >> reporter: they're not the first to have a floating dissent to safety. the plane manufacturer says this has been deployed 70 times. like last november when an ex-walmart ceo made this landing on a busy arkansas highway. >> man down. >> back in new york the family who was returning from a trip looking at colleges is thankful their close brush with fate resulted in only a couple of cuts and bruises. >> we got very lucky. very lucky. >> and the company that makes the parachutes said they have saved more than 300 lives over the years and you can now add two more to that list. >> something to ask if you're flying in a small plane, does it have a parachute. >> definitely. coming up -- a young girl escaping a abduction, what she did right that may have saved her life.
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we're back now with an urgent search for the man who tried to kidnap a 13-year-old girl in florida on this surveillance video, you see her escape, sprint to safety and abc's gio benitez is here with the latest. >> reporter: good morning, george. this is exactly the kind of story police want you and your kids to watch right now. it's what this girl did that may have saved her life. watch as 13-year-old girl in florida runs from her would-be kidnapper. her backpack still on. the suv following her, allegedly driven by the man police are looking for this morning leaving other students on edge. >> it's really scary. >> police say the man in this sketch drove up to the 13-year-old last week in his tan suv and asked if she was walking home, she ignored him. he got out of the suv and grabbed her by the waist to pull her in.
she pushed back screaming and we see this on video. the girl running away. >> it is very troubling and that's why we want to get him off the street. >> experts say the girl did the right thing. more than 80% of children who escape an attempted abduction did something proactive. >> what she did was exactly the right thing. you know the kicking, the screaming, yelling, anything she can do to draw attention to that situation, get away from her would-be kidnapper. this girl saved her own life. >> reporter: in 2013, this 8-year-old girl bit her would-be kidnapper and got away. grainy surveillance video capturing her running to get her parents and just last year, this connecticut teen who accepts a ride from an abductor later jumps out of that moving car landing on the asphalt. >> lot of children are taught to be polite to elders and an adult. that's not always the best course of action. but parents need to teach their kids it's okay to say no. >> reporter: here's what the
here's what experts suggest. use the buddy system, have them walk home with a friend. say no. and always tell a trusted adult about any encounters. and that's why experts say this latest incident should be a teachable moment. remember, child safety is an ongoing discussion. what you teach them at 8 years old is different that at 16 for example. we have all heard it, don't talk to strangers. that's what this girl did. she ignored that guy in the car. >> but then she did the right thing after, thank goodness. >> she did. coming up, a true romance, the incredible love between nancy and ronald reagan. and the private letters they shared. then actress lena dunham in the hospital. now set for surgery. what women should know about her concern. dr. ashton is here live. concern. dr. ashton is here live. nds to d values to warp. mr. tyler, your skittles portrait.
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there they are. there they are. nancy and ronald reagan, so in love. we're back now with more on the love the life, the legacy of nancy reagan. the former first lady remembered for the issues she championed. but perhaps her biggest legacy of all -- her unbeatable and unbreakable love with ronald reagan.
the rest of the country, he was president ronald reagan. >> everything is about him. >> but to her he was just ronnie. ♪ our love is here to stay >> reporter: their romance captured by decades of intimate letters. written by ronald from early years of a relationship that would span more than half a century. more darling, i love you so very much i don't even mind that life made me wait so long to find you. the waiting made the feelings sweeter. both actors, their romance began in tinseltown in the early 1950s. >> how do you know so much about the moon? >> i know a lot about it. i spent all my time looking at when you're away. >> reporter: he continued his acting career, nancy retired. staying home to raise their two children and two step children from president reagan's first marriage. she always said that her life truly began when she married him. >> i did want to be an actress but i knew that when i found the person i wanted to marry, that
would be it. james rosebush, longest serving chief of staff and author of true reagan the love they shared was the real deal. >> i was often asked is this genuine? do they really have this kind of bond? and i said, oh, yes, without question. >> clark gable had a line once, there's nothing more wonderful for a man than to approach his own doorstep knowing that someone on the other side of the door is listening for the sound of his footsteps. i always had the feeling that for 34 years that somebody is listening. >> reporter: then becoming his fiercely devoted caretaker while he suffered from alzheimer's in the final years of his life. telling dianne sauer. during reagan's last moments he managed to give her one last goodbye. >> if death can be peaceful and lovely, that one was. ronnie all of a sudden, turned
his head and looked at me and opened his eyes and just looked. and then he closed them. what a gift he gave me at that point. what a wonderful gift. >> and what a wonderful love story. married 52 years, the only thing that could separate them was ronald's passing in 2004. i love this, ronald reagan used to leave notes on her desk, i love you more than anything in the whole wide world. >> he would have been good with texting. we talk so much about the glamour in the white house but the image i'm stuck with is every night in the white house what they loved to do is go upstairs and eat dinner and watch tv. >> i love that. >> so sweet and one of the last major interviews nancy gave, she said
people tell you it gets easier, losing the love of your life, in her words, no, it doesn't. >> only imagine being president of the united states how straining that could be on a relationship and it's amazing to see that great love story but you have to have an amazing wife. >> and a partner. >> exactly. >> insiders have said they were rarely seen walking where they weren't holding hands. >> their kids can take solace knowing they're together now. i think that's the beautiful thing about her passing is we're all remembering them and their love. they are together now. >> yep. >> in california. >> coming up next in our next hour -- a mid-air scare, did a bird strike disable a plane's engine and force an emergency landing. and up next, will and kate's winter trip. what happened when george and charlotte hit the slopes during the royal family's first ski trip together coming up. family's first ski trip together coming up. ski trip. coming up. anddddd, she's back. storm coming? a very dangerous cheese storm.
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. celebrating nancy reagan. the groundbreaking advocacy, unforgettable glamour of the former first lady. two of the people who knew her best join us live this morning. lena dunham hospitalized and set for surgery for a ruptured cyst. what every woman should know about her health condition. and how it could affect you. dr. ashton here with a reality check. and royal ski trip. will and kate reveal brand-new photos from their first vacation as a family of four. look who's having a snowball fight. and are you ready? the women are telling all. "the bachelor's" exes coming face to face with ben after months of roller-coaster
emotions as we say -- >> all: good morning, america! ♪ and good morning, america. we have some very gentle leopards outside. these baby cubs here a little bit rambunctious. >> lara has the calm one. >> i don't know. >> the calm one. >> it drew blood on george. all right, hello. >> he doesn't like the scripts. >> they're real. we'll have some fun with them. >> they really do have large claws. >> jack hanna is here. that explains why we have -- >> one of the animals he won't tell us, we just have to stick our hand in a box. yes, jesse said he'll go first. >> i get to be a guinea pig. >> with the leopards, too, apparently. >> it's a lot harder than it looks. >> it's not easy. america enjoy being home at your safety.
>> we're looking forward to more with the cubs. also this morning -- we are celebrating the life and legacy of nancy reagan, the former first lady playing such a big role advocating for important issues and also making an impact in the fashion world. known for wearing reagan red and so many famous american designers. we'll have much more on nancy reagan's impact. >> also this morning, on a serious note, we are learning more about lena dunham, the actress rushed to the hospital over the weekend. jen ashton, the doc is in the house with some very important information you need to know. more from tom llamas at the safety of the news desk. >> i don't want to make a joke, too, but it's looking like that this morning. all right guys. we begin with the death of nancy reagan, tributes are pouring in from around the world as a collection of flowers and flags grow outside the reagan library. abc's matt gutman is there. matt, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, tom. preparations are already under way here at the reagan presidential library. you can see the air force one jet that ronald and nancy reagan
would travel the world. overnight, we saw flatbed trucks delivering equipment for what will be a 1,000-person funeral here. i'm told that heads of state, former presidents, celebrities will attend. nancy reagan, of course, knew them all. and even in her twilight years, her spirit never dimmed. friends tell me she regularly attended meetings here. she was chairman of the board at the library. when she couldn't walk herself, she was wheeled out to her husband ronald's gravesite, she would sit there for 15 minutes to 20 minutes to meditate. she's lie in repose later this week and then she'll be put to rest alongside her ronnie. tom. >> matt gutman for us. matt, thanks so much. turning to politics now, things got testy between hillary clinton and bernie sanders during last night's debate in flint, michigan, the two exchanged attacks on trade policy, gun control and the auto industry bailout. >> i voted to save the auto industry. he voted against money that ended up saving the auto
industry. i think that's a pretty big difference. >> well, if you're talking about the wall street bailout, where some of your friends destroyed this economy -- >> you know -- >> excuse me, i'm talking! >> now, sanders and clinton did find some common ground calling for michigan's governor to resign over the flint water crisis. police are looking for a suspect that shot a pastor outside his church. tim remington was hit in the head and lung, he's expected to recover. the attack came one day after he prayed with presidential candidate ted cruz. the suspect is considered armed and dangerous. no word yet on a motive. a mid-air scare over houston. five minutes after takeoff. a bird strike apparently disabled one of the engines of this united airlines flight heading to germany. the plane was forced to dump fuel before turning back for an emergency landing. and a food safety recall this morning.
perdue is recalling 4500 pounds of chicken nuggets produced by applegate farms for possible plastic contamination. the nuggets were sold in these seven states. our website has full details on this story. overseas the royal family is sharing pictures of william and kate's first ski vacation with their young family. they escaped to the french alps, even enjoying a snowball fight. the trip was kept secret to protect their privacy. the family is already back home today. looked like a fun trip. and finally, some guys training for a bike race, got the surprise of their lives, when an ostrich appeared from out of nowhere. and ran after them on a road in south africa. going pretty fast, too. one biker said he heard a noise and saw the ostrich in the bush before it ran after them. thankfully, it gave up. the chase soon ended after that. it didn't attack them. amy, i understand when you were over there, apparently you saw ostriches. >> oh, yeah, they're huge. they're fast.
they're really tall and big. i'm glad they were an to outrun. lara had a nice anecdote. >> she thinks like they talk like road runner. >> beef-beep. >> sound effects are free. thanks, guys. now over to this, lena dunham in the hospital this morning, undergoing surgery for an ruptured ovarian cyst. after revealing she suffers from endo mee tree oh sis. abc chief women's health correspondent dr. jen ashton is with us with a reality check. why would endometriosis lead to hospitalization? >> first of all, we absolutely have such things as emergency hospitalizations and emergency surgery. remember, endometriosis is a common chronic disorder. most of the time when we do surgery for endometriosis is elective and managed as an outpatient. sometimes it can be required to do some kind of surgery, if there's a cyst, if it's
rupturing, a small bowel obstruction. these are really to manage the complications. >> so something went wrong obviously on this. lot of people suffer from this as you say, but it's not talked about a lot. can you break it down for us? what is it? >> let's go mini med school here, some basic anatomy, we have some ovaries, the fallopian tube, the uterus endometriosis for reasons we're not clear on gets disbursed all over. in some cases on the surface of the lungs. and those glands are hormonally responsive. they contract along with the uterus. they can pain when they attach to the bowel and bladder. they can cause problems with that. they can cause air in the lung. we have seen it in incisions on the surface of skin. so, again it's really the complications of endometriosis that can be so problematic. >> so, is that what leads to the cyst? >> right, a cyst, a blood-filled
cyst that can become quite large and in some cases can rupture. we need to do surgery. but to be clear, our ovaries make cysts for a living. that's the ovulation process. if you hear the term cyst doesn't necessarily mean you'll need surgery. >> okay, you have a lot more information on this. jen will be taking your questions throughout the morning. tweet her or go to "gma's" facebook page. over to george and amy. straight to jesse with the morning menu. a look at the morning menu behind the style and grace of nancy reagan and her influence beyond the white house. we got two people who knew her very well. and they're going to join us here live. plus, the bachelor's exes are telling all. they are going face to face with ben. and opening up to the camera. i know exactly what that feels like. plus, it's a jungle here in times square. the one and only jack hanna is here. he brought with him some wild friends. and it's all coming up on "gma." hello, guy. ♪ huh.
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like a tea bag, you cannot tell how strong she is until you put her in hot water. nancy reagan is said to have redefined the role of first lady. her glamour, rivaled only by her advocacy. >> what will you do when someone offers you drugs? >> all: just say no! >> reporter: as she gave voice to millions of americans. in 1987 she brought breast cancer to the forefront after she was diagnosed with the disease and defended her decision to have a mastectomy. >> i couldn't possibly lead the kind of life i lead and keep the schedule that i do having radiation or chemotherapy. there would be no way. maybe if i had been 20 years old, hadn't been married, hadn't had children i would feel completely differently. but i -- for me it was right. >> reporter: following president reagan's 1994 diagnosis with alzheimer's disease, nancy went on to take a very public stand in support of stem cell
research. she talked to abc's diane sauer in 2005 about then-president bush's opposition to it. >> you could save millions of people's lives if you really charged ahead with stem cell -- hopefully, we will. >> still hoping to persuade him? >> well, you always hope. i don't know. as i say, he -- he firmly believes his position is the right position. and that's fine. that's -- that's his belief. >> reporter: in 2009, nancy met with president obama at the white house as he signed the reagan bill. >> there are few who are not moved by the love that mrs. reagan felt for her husband. and fewer still who aren't inspired that this love led her to take the cause of stem cell research and alzheimer's
research. >> she took care of every need of her husband. >> reporter: roger sandler got to know nancy reagan like few ever did. >> whether it was personal or professional, if you wanted to get a policy question to him, and you couldn't get to him directly, people would call nancy reagan. >> reporter: she was not only a gatekeeper for the president but a style icon for the ages. dazzling in the 1940s and 1950s and capital charisma in the 1980s. ♪ our love is here to stay >> reporter: red was her signature color, later dubbed reagan red. she once said i always liked red, it's a picker-upper. but she still managed to make statements in jeans on the ranch. she won a lifetime achievement award in 1988. oscar de la renta once said, nancy never made a single faux pas.
the editor of "glamour" has said you can track the idea of red as a power color back to nancy reagan. some said she was influential in making red the republican color. while she down played the role of first lady, she became a political figure in her own right and certainly did it with style. george and amy. >> she certainly did. we're joined now by two people who knew nancy reagan well, mrs. reagan's press secretary, she joins us from virginia. >> and here in new york, vanity fair special correspondent bob colacello. good morning to both of you. bob, let's begin with you. nancy reagan said in the past, she never considered her place in the history, it was always ronnie's place in history. what do you think is her legacy? >> think their legacy one and the same. it's very funny, especially as the years went by, she wanted to
be recognized for how much she had done and on the serious side of things but she never wanted to outshine her husband. it was a delicate balance in how she wanted to be written about. but she -- they were just joined at the hip. i mean, she was his -- not only the gatekeeper but his adviser, his soulmate, his public relations adviser. listing post. >> and his caretaker at the end. >> and caretaker all the way through. >> and sheila, nancy reagan didn't like to talk about her influence on the policy of president reagan. but she was really a force behind the scenes at the white house? >> well, i think any -- any wife of a president, if they have a very close relationship, inevitably assumes some of that role just because he trusts her and he knows that anything that she's talking to him about is -- has to do with his own best interest. and that's what i always saw.
she really never initiated any policy and she wasn't particularly interested in it. but she did have -- people knew how much influence she had on the president and so, they would come to her and make their case hoping that she would tell the president about it. >> right. bob, you once asked about her influence on the policymaking? >> yeah, people say you have influence around putting the right people around your husband and getting rid of those who turned out not to be right. i said about policy, was there any area you took an interest in? >> oh no, ronnie had his ideas, his beliefs. he was hard to change. almost in a whisper she said, maybe that small russia thing. major initiative of the whole ronald reagan political -- >> opening with gorbachev. >> anticommunism.
the evil empire and then the opening with gorbachev. working together, really promoted and worked around some of the hard-liners of the administration, i think she had -- she wanted her husband to be seen as a peacemaker not as a warmonger. >> and sheila, as we talk about the influence of nancy reagan, we have to talk about one of the greatest impacts, people talk about how she brought glamour back to the white house. back in the day, she was criticized for that as well. how did she handle her critics? >> well, i think she knew she was in for it. for example, when she ordered the new -- as ronald reagan called it -- the new dishes. for the white house, she knew she was going to take some heat for it. you know, so they went out and they got a private foundation to donate the money when she redecorated the white house, she got contributions from
individuals, but even that created some controversy and she knew she wanted to do it and she was willing to take the heat for it. i think that's probably the best way to describe it. >> which led to that famous secondhand rose moment. tell us about that. >> oh, man, that was great. well, that came in the second year. helen thomas came to see me and she said, you know, we're going to do a piece about nancy reagan and we were wondering if you'd consider having her make a little cameo appearance of some kind. i said, we'll think about that. so, they sent me the lyrics to the song they were going to do and i -- i talked to -- what i did, i did the reverse of her, i went to mike deaver and jim baker and all the people i knew
at the time, david gergen, and asked, would you support this? they said, absolutely. then i got landon, a wonderful speechwriter and he and i sat down and worked out the lyrics, she said, i'll not only do this, i'll dress up and she put a whole routine together and it kept a secret from the president and it was the most amazing night i ever spent in washington, because you could actually feel attitudes toward her change. >> she killed it that night. sheila tate, thank you. and bob, thank you. >> let's go outside to rob. beautiful day here. we got people from virginia. huge contingent from texas. we were vail, colorado, last week. as the u.s. championships were happening. this was the winning superpipe run on saturday. >> watch this. this is going to be the biggest air you have seen all day. are you kidding me! >> are you kidding me is that right.
that's shaun white. nobody does it better. the flying tomato just stomping every landing. there's the mctwist. that was a lot of fun. more snow coming. tahoe's getting it first. southern sierras a couple of feet there. it will get out to vail, beaver creek and aspen as well. that's the latest on the weather across the country. >> good monday only. i am meteorologist mike nicco with the forecast. chance of showers will taper as we head through the evening. completely dry. only tomorrow is the series of storms coming but they are not so strong as over the weekend. today can you see the isolated nature of the showers. temperatures are in the upper 50s to forly sick. tonight, mid-30s to mid-40s cooler with patchy fog in the only commutetetetetetetetetetete >> oh, she told me she wants to get on the snowboard. forget about the flying tomato. this is going to be the flying
strawberry in a couple of years. lara, back into you. "pop news" time. we begin with disney's "zootopia" devouring competition this weekend, running wild with $70.3 million, a record. that's the biggest disney animation opening in history. beating even "frozen," guys. let it go, elsa. time to let it go. the movie features the voices of jason bateman, ginnifer goodwin. and jenny slate. set in the city of talking animals. the story follows a cop partnering with a fugitive fox to undercover a possible conspiracy. >> i took harper and a friend yesterday. it's really great. you had the "frozen" feeling coming out of it. they were mesmerized. it's incredible. >> a great cast. >> fantastic. also in "pop news" this morning, london hosting a wedding of a pop culture and media royalty merging this weekend. media mogul rupert murdoch and
jerry hall celebrating their marriage with a special blessing service. the blushing bride wore a pale blue gown and rupert murdoch wore a navy suit. the star-studded guest list included sir michael cane, andrew lloyd weber. the happy couple's ten children from past marriages also in attendance, included hall's model kids with mick jagger. there they are as bridesmaids. big wedding. >> to say the least. fourth time is a charm. and finally, say hello to a little fella who found himself in a real moral dilemma. this monday morning. listen to my mom. listen to his instincts. it's tough. i feel ya. >> don't do it. don't do it. no. no. no! no.
no. no. don't do it. >> you know he did it. you know he did it. we don't know how it ends. >> we don't? >> we don't. video ends there. >> so close. so close. >> my guess is -- >> love it. >> that whole saying, glass is half-full. does not apply. >> i need someone yelling that at me the whole day. don't do it, jesse. >> should we try that with leopards in a moment? we'll be right back. ♪ don't do it, jesse. >> should we try that with leopards in a moment? we'll be right back.
good morning. it is 8:27. i'm reggie aqui. boy, it has been a busy day to say the least for sue hall. the roads have been quite a enough. >> and it is not slowing down. to oakland. north bound 880 three or four vehicles in three lanes of traffic at broadway. stacking up now, back past 92. and your alternate 580 is not much better. i wish i had better news as an alternate. major delays in the northbound direction. and southbound 17 after los gatos, an accident blocking the lane here as well. >> meteorologist mike nicco is
good morning. showers have tapered across the south bay but look at what is developing off shore. another system will slide through the mountains and the rest of us seeing lighter showers across the north. you could see the counterclockwise area of low pressure circulating showers into the forecast through the afternoon hours but by this evening we should be dry. look at the accuweather five-day forecast. five more chances of rain, reggie. >> as always on our news app and
abc7news.com. join us week days from 4:30 a.m. to 7:00 a.m. the news continues ♪he news continues ♪ remember that dance? val and rumer going on to win the mirrorball trophy, season 20 of the "dancing with the stars." >> and we're getting ready for another exciting season. we have already introduced you to two of the new cast members, "full house" and "fuller house" star jodie sweetin and, of course, our very own ginger zee. she's teamed with val. we're unveiling the full cast, all the stars and their pro partners, live, on "good morning america" tomorrow. >> there's been a lot of speculation about the cast. it's going to be a great season, i can tell you that. ginger and val. she's athletic, competitive and val is val.
they are going to be one to watch. and we have another huge announcement to share with you -- the host of this year's emmy awards is our very own jimmy kimmel. congratulations, jimmy. they'll air right here on abc on sunday, september 18th. >> he's always great. >> yeah, he's funny. >> cannot wait for that. we want to turn to "the bachelor: women tell all." the special airing tonight. we have a sneak peek at the drama about to unfold. the ladies and ben are opening up to abc's kayna whitworth. >> reporter: months of roller-coaster emotions on the 20th season of "the bachelor." >> i'm sad. >> i don't know what you guys are doing. >> i'm in love with you. >> reporter: all coming to a head tonight for the highly-anticipated "women tell all." "good morning america" takes you behind the scenes as the women
and a chicken prepare to face each other. and the man who rejected them. hey, jubilee. i bet you have a lot to say tonight? >> yeah, yeah. >> it's going to be good. see, that's why it's going to be good. >> reporter: host chris harrison showing us where all the drama goes down. nothing against this set, but those chairs don't look super comfortable. >> that's part of it, you want to make them uncomfortably comfortable. >> reporter: former news anchor, olivia, one of the most controversial, confident women of the season. >> i would love more, more time with him. >> reporter: blindsided after being left behind on a beach in this jaw-dropping rejection, getting her turn in the hot seat, she's defiant at first. did you hear everything that you wanted to hear from olivia? >> i thought she would be more apologetic. >> reporter: the twins weren't going to let you out of there. hoping her stint on reality tv
doesn't derail her plans of being a journalist. >> if anything, it shows i can be on tv and draw in a crowd and people will want to watch what i have to say. >> reporter: and caila, emotional with her breakup with ben. >> to feel and say it and for him to say he never loved me back was really hard. >> reporter: do you really want to see him? >> you know, i could have lived without seeing him. >> reporter: the man of the hour admitting to us he's nervous. >> the last time i saw these women i was saying good-bye to them. we were ending our relationship. >> reporter: and telling us about falling in love with two women at the same time. does your current fiancee know that you said i love you to another woman. >> it wasn't something that i found important to share as soon as this was done. it wasn't something that i was going to hide. i'm happy with the decision that i made. but it makes me stay up at
night. >> reporter: for "good morning america," kayna whitworth, abc news, los angeles. >> and "the bachelor: the women tell all" airs tonight. at 8:00/7:00 central right here on abc. you can see an extended sneak peek of tonight's episode at goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! there's a relationship debate that's churning online. natalie brooke, walking down aisle should be an accomplishment. deborah roberts has the story. ♪ >> beyonce calls it a must. ♪ >> let me teach you how to be single. >> reporter: the women of how to be single said you don't need it. in fact, for many women tying the knot isn't exactly like hitting the jackpot. >> i've noticed for a long time that getting married is put on a much higher pedestal, especially
for women than any academic, professional, volunteering or hobby-related successes. i've always been confused. >> reporter: take 27-year-old natalie brooke sharing in a huffington post article that she's had it with marriage being viewed as a major accomplishment. writing, you don't have to have a brain, drive or special skill set to get married. you just have to have a willing partner. >> don't get me wrong, marriage is a huge event, but i don't think it's a achievement. i don't think having a ring on my finger makes me unique or special. >> reporter: things are slowly changing. one study saying 4 out of 10 women having a successful marriage is only one of their most important goals. >> it's true that we're still coming out of a cultural time when getting married was their license into the world of accomplishment, because they could own their husband's accomplishments and that would
be a sad reason to feel accomplished at this point for getting married. >> reporter: those mixed feelings led to her article trending online. even sparking criticism. >> people have definitely misunderstood me because i think i'm saying, love and friendships and marriage isn't important. and that's not what i'm saying, what i'm saying is, is it's not everything. >> reporter: but before you accuse her of being a bitter single woman, a bit of news, she just got engaged. but is focusing not just on the marriage but a long-term relationship. >> what is an accomplishment is making it year after year after year. celebrating that five-year, that 50-year mark. >> yeah, we all agree. like a wedding in and of itself isn't an accomplishment but a
real marriage is. >> it's a great accomplishment. >> that's the goal. >> we wish luck to her. >> she's engaged congratulations. guys, check it out. you want to stay warm. come from the zoo. what kind of animal are you dressed up? >> what are you dressed up as? >> a monkey. >> a monkey, sure you are. and you look like a lion. that's where you were going. at least that's where i was going. it's chilly now but it's going to warm up. a very springlike and a lot of people from texas, 70s and 80s today, but that heat moves east. lower 70s for louisville. to mid-70s to d.c. that's going to feel a lot like spring. the rain in the west, in los angeles, severe thunderstorms there and in texas today. that's a quick check >> good morning, i am meteorologist mike nicco check out the wet weather 9:00 to noon and tapering this afternoon through the evening hours. my seven-day forecast shows at
least five days on our storm impact scale with the strongest >> this weather report is brought to you by jc penney. and we have a special announcement this morning, espn is going to provide exclusive coverage of the invictus games. competition launched by prince harry. more than 500 competitors from around the world. will be taking part. it will be held at the espn wide world of sports complex in lake buena vista, florida. tickets are on sale starting this morning. what a great event in a beautiful spot. coming up here -- jack hanna. some leopards, a kangaroo and a
these are leopards. >> less than 50 left in the wild. in russia, china. these animal was one of the sought-after coats in the world. it's like silk. the animal doesn't get -- it's like a leopard. the animal lives in snow and hot weather. you can go ahead and put him on the floor. >> i wish i could but he's clawing me. thanks, little baby. they still do have their claws. because you're raising them -- >> what they're doing, everyone, animals like this, will play with each other, learn to grab things from the back of the neck. >> jack, do you raise these guys so they can re-introduce? >> not these. good point. in the zoo world, they actually have -- they have the survival plan. yes, someday, they'll be returning some of these to the wild. but never have human contact when you do that.
>> okay, that's correct. it's great. i was talk about your place in ohio, where you're keeping these breeds that are nearly extinct. >> you saw them. >> yes, incredible. thank you for your work on these guys. this is a very exciting moment for us. we're going to do a mystery animal. and in this box -- >> in my 33 years, i have never done this -- you trust me, don't you? >> i trust you that's why jesse is going to do it. >> i feel like flash gordon in the movie -- >> go in there slowly. >> don't be nervous. don't go fast. >> slow, slow. keep going slow. >> he's shaking. >> oh, god. it's got like -- like maybe -- >> it's a lizard. >> it's porcupine-ish. >> oh, no, it's moving. it hissed. is that a snake? >> no, it's not a snake. >> don't look in there. >> i saw it. it has sticks.
>> it looks like the thing in flash gordon. >> i'm not going to pick it up. >> jack hanna said i'm not going to pick it up. >> let's show everybody. what in the world is that? >> remember something, there are only two egg-laying mammals in the world -- this thing here, this is one of two egg-laying mammals. >> what is it? >> it's echidna from australia. when it lays an egg it hatches. it doesn't have a breast. the milk will secret from the bottom -- >> you say they lay eggs, what are their babies call?
>> baby echidnas. >> are these in peril, jack? >> no. there are very few in this country. >> they're not poisonous, obviously, you can touch them. now, lara is the lucky one. >> this is a baby kangaroo. >> it's a joey. >> they're the largest marsupials in the world. the birth of a kangaroo, folks, it's amazing. when it comes of the birth canal it's as big as your fingernail. three different stages of life in one day. the baby kangaroo can leave the pouch in six months to eight months. the little baby kangaroo is being born and she can breed the same day. >> they'll be in the pouch for the first two months.
denny's new crazy spicy skillet. denny's. welcome to america's diner. we're back now with freida pinto you remember her from "slumdog millionaire." she's in the brand-new movie "knight of cups," with christian bale. jesse, you got to meet her. >> that's right, george. she stopped by here to talk about being back on the big screen. this time, she's not working with a traditional script. we first fell in love with freida pinto in "slumdog millionaire," as the actress danced her way into our hearts.
now, she's stunning audiences again, playing a beautiful model opposite christian bale in the new film "knight of cups." >> is this a friendship we have? i don't want to wreak havoc in men's lives anymore. >> wreaking havoc in men's lives. we're thrilled to have freida pinto. you're playing a model, that was your profession before you got into acting. what was the process like for you having to get back into that head space, because obviously it's a world that you know really well. >> i learned a few things off of modeling. how you deal with criticism and verbal abuse. >> reporter: making "knight of cups" both a challenge and creative wonder, said freida, with us the lack of traditional script.
the director encouraged freida to come up with her own dialogue as cameras rolled. >> it's not at all scripted. one or two times it's scripted is when we have the teleprompters on us and he was telling us what to say. but he also insisted on not saying it if you don't want to say it. >> you say it and like it? we're getting paid to say it. >> reporter: what is like working with christian bale? >> he was very encouraging. don't worry about it. just go with it. just say whatever you have to. >> reporter: a big project coming up, too, jungle book origins. starring christian bale. can you tell us about that? >> i'm so excited about this. this is a story that i grew up on in india. i remember every sunday watching this with my family. and i just think it's a story that will be told forever. so if i can be part of that
historymaking process where i was in one of them, you know, it just makes me so excited. >> you have been in so, so many things. thank you so much. a very long list of stars in this movie starring natalie portman, among others. "knight of cups" is out in "knight of cups" is out in theaters now. life's morning multitasking for a growing family, and drawers with many layers, to show exactly what you need. life's sharing a meal. and a kitchen with room for everyone. spend $4000 or more on a new kitchen and get 15% back at the ikea kitchen event.
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hope you're having a great morning so far. it is 8:59. i'm reggie aqui. let's get a quick check on your wet start to the week with mike nicco. >> good morning, everybody. a heavier cell moving away from pacifica toward skyline boulevard and impacting 280 for the next hour. so as it slides into the south bay, you could see the mess of showers through the early afternoon hours and then it will fall apart this evening. but more chances of rain wednesday, thursday, friday and sunday. >> flunking the traffic award for the morning. the nimitz in oakland, an accident with a sig-alert in affect. 580 is jammed. best if you can wait, reggie. >> that would be nice. telecommute perhaps. time now for "live with
kelly and michael." we'll be back for the midday news. our reporting continues >> it's "live! with kelly & michael." today, academy award-winner octavia spencer. and film and television actor max greenfield. plus, a performance from singer/songwriter nathan sykes. also, put on your dancing shoes. we're kicking off "live"'s happy dance travel trivia. all next on "live." [captioning made possible by isney-abc domestic television] >> and now, here are your emmy-award winning co-hosts, kelly ripa and michael strahan. [applause] ♪