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good morning, america. donald trump tries to seal the deal with the speaker of the house. >> i think for the most part we agree on a lot of different items and we're getting there. >> but paul ryan not quite ready to endorse. plus, trump's former butler investigated by the secret service for threats against the president. and trump now under new pressure to release his tax returns. we go one-on-one with him this morning. war on the web breaking out over george zimmerman's gun. the auction in the millions as the online battle to shut it all down explodes overnight. the massive cheating scandal rocking the olympics. the new call to ban russia from the rio games, allegations they stole their golds at sochi using drugs and fake labs to trick officials. outrage from both sides this morning. and runaway train. the terrifying moments a packed
train hurtles down the tracks on a collision course with a truck. the quick-thinking hero who ran through the cars and saved countless passengers. and good morning, america. busy friday morning. two big stories to get to. overnight the news of a major development in the nation's public schools. >> that's right. the president is ordering an important change to the issue of transgender rights for children and we're going to have much more on that in a minute. we do begin with donald trump's high stakes meeting with paul ryan. the big question can they bring the gop together and jon karl has the latest from washington. good morning, jon. >> reporter: good morning. there was lots of talk of unity at that meeting yesterday but republicans remain deeply divided and are struggling to come to terms with their nominee. overnight donald trump declared his charm offensive with paul ryan a budding success. >> i think for the most part we agree on a lot of different
items and we're getting there. >> reporter: trump's first trip to capitol hill is the presumptive nominee created a circus-like atmosphere outside party headquarters. inside, trump and top republicans in congress tried to tamp down a debate that has divided the party. >> it was very good. very productive. >> reporter: the elephant in the room, speaker ryan's refusal to endorse trump. after the meeting, he made it clear he is still not there. are you endorsing donald trump? if you're not what is holding you back and do you really have a choice? >> it's very important that we don't fake unifying. we don't pretend unification. that we truly and actually unify so we are full strength in the fall. >> reporter: man in the middle, rnc chairman reince priebus played the role of marriage counselor telling us they just need to get to know each other. >> i can say it was a great first meeting to start that process. >> reporter: one unwelcome development for trump, the secret service is now
investigating his former mar-a-lago butler calling for the death of president obama. the trump campaign tells abc news the butler has not worked there for years and, quote, we totally and completely disavow the horrible statements made by him regarding the president. and in a vivid sign that republicans really are trying to unify, trump received a call yesterday from lindsey graham who had once said trump, quote, scares the hell out of me and is the most unprepared person he's ever met to be commander in chief. after the 15-minute call last night trump tweeted, the two had a, quote, very interesting talk about national security. graham called it cordial and pleasant saying the campaign is over, he won. >> signs of progress for donald trump. okay, jon karl, thanks very much. mr. trump is standing by live. we'll talk to him in a minute. first that other big story. the change expected for the white house about transgender rights in the bathrooms of the
nation's public schools and abc's pierre thomas is following the story for us in washington this morning and, pierre, what is the administration to say? >> they're issuing a letter warning public schools across the country they should not discriminate against transgender children and be allowed to go to the rest room and locker room of the gender they identify with and sets the stage for a legal, political and perhaps cultural debate with some civil rights leaders saying the rights of transgendered people must be respected and protected and with critics claiming that the obama administration is strong-arming local communities and issues like this should be left to the states. >> how does the administration enforce it? simply a recommendation or are there penalties? >> reporter: they do not have the force of law, simply recommendations but there is a looming threat that the administration can seek to strip federal funding from states that don't comply. robin, an intense debate is coming. >> that is fairly certain. >> let's engage.
donald trump, thanks for joining us. what do you think about directive from the administration on transgender rights? >> well, i believe it should be states rights and i think the state should make the decision. they're more capable of making the decision. i felt that from the beginning. >> so you're against this administration's directive? >> i just think it should be states' rights. i think many things should be states' rights but this is a perfect example. >> let us talk about that meeting you had with speaker ryan. positive signs and some reports many senators in your meeting with the republican senators suggested you tone down your message on immigration. are you going to do that? >> i don't think i toned it down. i want to have strong immigration. i want to have strong borders. some people agree with me and some don't but for the most part they agree. we have to have strong borders or we don't have a country so, no, i don't think i toned it down. i just got 16,500 border patrol people just endorsed me. first time they've ever done that in the history of the border patrol and, you know, i
don't think i've toned it down. i think we want to have strong borders but am certainly willing to listen to people with ideas. either we have a country or we don't. >> you won't modify your positions to get their support. they'll have to come to you? >> no, i don't think that. i think there's certain things we can talk about. i'm not totally inflexible on anything but i feel when it comes to the borders we have to have strong borders, absolutely >> let's talk about your tax return. under new pressure from the clinton campaign, secretary clinton talking about that the last couple of days. i just have a bottom line question for you. yes or no, do you believe voters have a right to see your tax returns before they make a final decision? >> i don't think they do. but i do say this, i will really gladly give them -- not going to learn anything but it's under routine audit. when the audit ends i'll present them. that should be before the election. i hope it's before the election. but when the audit ends i've had even journalists say that, no, nobody should give until audits are over and have had journalists say that so i think
if there's no -- i sort of have to laugh when clinton says it, mrs. clinton said i should give my tax returns. what about all the e-mails or her goldman sachs speeches. when is she going to give that? very great hypocrite but as far as i'm concerned i want to give it as soon as possible, as soon as the audit gives, i've been under audit. every year -- i have wealthy friends that never get audited. i get audited every single year. >> as you know the audit is no excuse. the irs has made it very clear an audit is not a bar to public release. it is entirely your choice. president nixon released his tax returns even though he was under audit and when you were seeking a casino license in pennsylvania and new jersey, you released the returns to the state officials even though you were under audit. >> i am under audit now and as soon as the audit ends i'll release my returns. it's a simple thing. if you look at many others, many others feel the same way and almost every lawyer will tell you the same thing when you're under audit you finish the audit
before you release. i have no problem and it should be and i hope it's before the election. >> if you were willing -- >> by the way, people will learn nothing. i put in financials 100 pages worth of financials that show that i built a company that's worth more than $10 billion. it shows cash. it shows cash flows. it shows everything. you learn very little from tax returns but nevertheless, when the audit is complete, i will release. i have no problem with it. >> a couple of follow-ups to that. if you are willing to release your tax returns to get a casino license why shouldn't voters see them before they make you commander in chief? >> well, because at the time it didn't make any difference to me. now it does. if you take a look at the picture that we sent you with a tax returns probably ten feet high when you stack them on top and lengthy and complex and built a massive business and want to make sure that everything is perfect. it's a routine audit and get through it first and that's what i'll do. there have been many presidents that have not shown their tax returns. >> every single nominee before 1976 --
before 1976 people didn't do it. it used to be a secret thing. i do want it finished. >> before that richard nixon released his returns but to get to your point on the one hand you show that stack of tax returns and on the other hand you say people can't learn anything. they can learn a lot. they can learn your sources of income. they can learn whether you have any foreign sources of income or any swiss bank accounts or other offshore accounts. do you? >> i tell you, i do not. i do not have swiss bank accounts. i don't have offshore -- i really have a very, very clean company and believe me, if i didn't, it would have been reported by 200 groups because there's nobody that has more reporting or more scrutiny than i have. i have given my financials, they're extraordinary. and we would have read if they weren't. believe me when i release my financial, george and sent them down to federal elections, there was a feeding frenzy by the media and they reported, wow, that is a great company and i have built a great, great
company and by the way, when you look at numbers, when you look at incomes, when you look at all of the things or most of the things you talked about that's reported on the financials. >> it's not reported on the financials. what they don't show is your tax rate. they don't show whether you paid a low -- >> i try to pay as little tax as possible and have said that for the last two years, i fight very hard because this country wastes our money. they take our tax money and throw it down the drain. they spend $4 trillion in the middle east and we can't fix a road or a bridge and i fight very hard. i consider it an expense because, frankly, our country doesn't know what they're doing with our money or tax money and that's part of the problem so i fight very hard to pay as little tax as possible. >> what is your tax rate? >> it's none of your business. you'll see it when i release but i fight very hard to pay as little tax as possible. >> you know, we've talked about this several times over the last several years. i first asked about it in 2011. you said you would release your
tax returns then thinking of running for president when president obama releases his birth certificate. he did. then you said when secretary clinton released her e-mails. she turned over all e-mails in her possession. >> she didn't turn over all. there's plenty missing. i read yesterday that there were plenty missing. i know you're a good friends of hers. and i know you worked for her and didn't reveal it. she did not turn over her e-mails. there are a lot of e-mails missing. >> from her staffers missing she turned over e-mails she has. >> they're missing all over the place. the whole thing is a scam. there are e-mails missing all over the place. >> you said then that you were just going through all of the returns and you will release them now you're throwing up the audit. >> i never said that at all. i said i will release them upon the completion of the audit like anybody else. i was interviewed last night or the other night by greta van susteren who is a lawyer. she said i happen to agree with you. until the audit is complete you shouldn't release them. >> thanks for your time. >> thank you very much. >> all right, george, we move on to george zimmerman and his plan to sell the gun he used to kill trayvon martin.
the auction website apparently hacked overnight with bids into the tens of millions of dollars. abc's linzie janis is here right now with more. good morning. >> reporter: zimmerman is unapologetic saying it's his right to sell the gun and he won't cave to pressure. overnight the gun auction website selling the firearm used to kill trayvon martin distabled. george zimmerman who was acquitted in 2013 in the shooting death of the unarmed 17-year-old -- >> not guilty. >> reporter: -- first posted this listing trying to sell his 9 millimeter pistol starting the bid at $5,000. writing, prospective bidders, i am honored and humbled to announce the sale of an american firearm icon. >> i thought it's time to move past the firearm. if i sell it, and it sells, i move past it. >> reporter: the former neighborhood watchman defending the listing to an orlando tv station. >> i think it's distasteful to
put it on auction because someone died? no, i don't. >> reporter: moments before bidding was due to begin, gunbroker.com pulled the ad telling abc news, we want no part in the listing on our website. zimmerman not giving up. taking the item which he calls a piece of american history to another auction site. united gun group telling abc news overnight, the auction is still running but it's debating its next move. in a statement trayvon martin's father says the trayvon martin foundation has no comment on the actions of that person that murdered trayvon. george. >> thanks very much. now we show you these bags, thousands of them not reaching their destination and now the tsa is facing tough questions about service problems creating long security lines at the airport. abc's david kerley is live at reagan national airport with the story. good morning, david. >> reporter: good morning. you know, you and i aren't the only ones that wait in line, so do members of congress and want
answers about why they are so long and not surprising in washington, that involves a bit of politics. across the country, long security lines. >> this is a nightmare. >> reporter: if that wasn't enough in phoenix a tsa computer problem meant that 3,000 bags didn't get to where they were supposed to go thursday. problems bringing anger to congress. >> that's not acceptable. >> reporter: there were harsh words for the man running tsa. >> you cannot train, you cannot retain and you cannot administrate. >> reporter: the problem, security isn't keeping up with all of us who are flying with the busy summer travel season still ahead. alrey 48% more flyers but the number of tsa officers flat as security has been tightened because of test failures. bottom line. >> we do not have enough people to staff our lanes. >> reporter: for the first time the white house is blaming congress for these long lines for not funding additional security officers. >> a problem that people have noticed can be traced back pretty directly to the inability of republicans in congress to govern the country.
>> reporter: but republicans wanted to know why a 90,000 bonus was paid to the head of tsa operations before the administrator started. >> those bonuses were given to somebody who oversees a part of the operation that was in total failure. >> i don't think it's right and i stopped that practice. >> reporter: now, the head of homeland security and tsa will be here later today to tell people and warn them the lines are going to be long this summer and get to the airport early, robin. >> pack a lot of patience. all right, david. thank you. now to mark zuckerberg's making his first public comments about the firestorm surrounding facebook. supposedly stopping conservative topics from its trending list. abc's rebecca jarvis is here. she'll tell us more. good morning. >> good morning. this is the ceo and founder of facebook speaking out for the first time, his comments coming after a gizmodo report saying anonymous former employees alleging that they suppressed conservative news stories from the trending topics list and
forced topic that weren't trending to appear on the list. now there is an inquiry on the claims but this morning and overnight mark zuckerberg writing these claims have no merit, that they have launched an investigation, that they have found no evidence that this report is true. but, robin, he says he will stick to his principles, facebook will stick to their principles and if they find any wrongdoing they will proceed? we'll see what happens. all right, rebecca, thank you. amy robach for the other top stories developing now and a search has ended. >> yeah, the search had been going on for eight days but this morning carlie trent has been found safe. two good samaritans found the 9-year-old on a remote trail near the virginia border with her uncle gary simpson who is accused of abducting her during a custody dispute. one rescuer held him at gunpoint until police arrived. some breaking news from new hampshire where a search is under way right now for the man who shot two police officers in manchester, schools nearby are shut down as a precaution. they say the shooter was wearing a trench coat.
both officers are expected to be okay but no word on what led to that shooting. there's been another cyberattack on the global net network used by banks to transfer billions of dollars every day. this time a commercial bank has been targeted. it's unclear right now how much money was taken. investigators still trying to figure out who was behind that $81 million cyberheist from the federal reserve bank of new york. one of the most notorious terrorists has been killed. the military commander, mustafa badreddine was killed in allegheny aub strugs airing strike in syria. and he was linked to the 1983 marine barracks bombing in beirut. a commuter train in europe, take a look as a conductor races through the cars of that train in poland warning passengers to brace themselves for impact because of a broken down truck stuck on the tracks. the train then slams into the truck at 60 miles per hour causing serious damage but because of that quick thinking, nobody, nobody was injured.
and finally, a way to slow down after enjoying some fast food. take a look at the new burger king spa. >> oh, no. >> that's right. a steam room at the burger king. the company has built a 15-person sauna at one of its restaurants, it has showers, it has all sorts of amenities, no plans to bring it stateside but what one website said, let's hope that creepy king is not giving the passages. >> i can't see that. >> what could be better? >> whopper and massage never in the same sentence. >> you really said that. >> i did because it was right there. sorry. >> let's go to rob. >> good morning, guys. speaking of aliens check out this cloud. shelf cloud and for science fiction fans known as the mother ship in ft. payne, alabama and winds over 60 miles an hour. across northern parts of alabama. this now, this front pushing off to the east, rain intruding, the
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today. we're going to be cooler than the average and 50s in the coast and then in the bay and few in lands even though that we will see more sunshine than we have for the week. the wind is is blowing off the water. it's going to be cooler than average and a few sprinkles tomorrow. >> thank you mierk. a dangerous new trend that's affecting drivers. watch out for the highway. that's next. another local news up date in 30 minutes. we hope that you join us on monday morning from after a long day of hiking in portland, you may be too tired to walk back to your hotel. that's why we have public transportation. ♪
♪ this kind of love >> back here on "gma" we have just learned that the private funeral for prince will take place this sunday. the pop icon will be laid to rest before family and close friends in minnesota as the investigation into his death continues. >> also right now, donald trump is searching for a deal with paul ryan as he tries to unify his party and trump firing back about releasing his taxes and right now the winners of that massive $429 million powerball jackpot coming forward today. that winning ticket sold at a 7-eleven in trenton, new jersey. and we have to show you this video that is stealing the hearts of everyone this morning. look at that. this is at the invictus games. there's prince harry. we know how important the wounded warrior projects are for him and the competition and the
inspiration but these are the service dogs behind all of those wounded warriors and look at that. beautiful footage to show you from the games. >> earned that. >> it was a spectacular closing ceremony last night. we'll share it with everybody. the new olympic doping allegations that could take down major players in the games. russia is accused of breaking the rules to gain an edge overnight and they are strongly denying this. abc's eva pilgrim has the latest. good morning, eva. >> reporter: good morning, robin. olympic hopes were two powerhouse countries hang in the balance amid doping concerns, russia and kenya won 27 medals at the last olympics in track and field. in rio the number could be zero with calls around the world to send a message and keep them out. ♪ >> reporter: the united states and russia have a long history of competing for olympic dominance. at the 2014 winter olympics russia won the battle taking home 13 gold medals in their home country. 10 more gold medals than they
won in the previous winter games but this morning explosive new claims about how they achieved that dominance. grigory rodchenkov, the former head of the russian anti-doping lab, tells "the new york times" that dozens of russian athletes including 15 of the 33 russian medal winners at those winter olympic games were part of a state-run doping program. a program planned for years to ensure dominance at the games. the lab director explaining he developed a three-drug cocktail of banned substances which he would mix with liquor. then with the help of russian intelligence services doping experts would replace urine samples in the supposed tamper proof international testing bottles and the international olympic committee calling the report very worrying. >> they are cheating like crazy. it's the gold medal for cheating. one of the worst stories we have seen in terms of cheating in olympic sports. >> reporter: a spokesman for vladimir putin calls the claims the slander of a turncoat.
two of the gold medalists a bobsledder and cross country skier tell russian state tv that the allegations are not true and that their medals were honestly achieved. russia not the only country under scrutiny coming into this summer's olympics in rio. kenya famed for having some of the world's top distance runners took home 11 medals in the last summer olympic games in london. but since those games 40 of their runners have been suspended by the international doping agency. >> if the ioc does nothing it sends the worst message possible, not only to russia, kenya but to every country and every cheater. basically it says go ahead and cheat. >> reporter: the final decision about whether these two can compete in rio will be made with the iaaf, track and field's governing body. >> is there a chance we won't see any russian athletes in the upcoming games. >> there's a chance they could compete individually but not as part of the russian team. >> the details are startling. >> thanks, eva. >> thank you.
we move on now to a possible new chance of freedom for owen labrie. the prep school in prison for sexual assault. the judge has now been ordered to revisit labrie's sentence and abc's gio benitez is in new hampshire with the details. good morning, gio. >> reporter: george, good morning to you. owen labrie right now is inside the jail behind me but if the state supreme court has its way he won't be there for long. owen labrie convicted of misdemeanor sexual assault against a 15-year-old girl while both were students at the prestigious saints paul's prep school in new hampshire. >> i was raped. >> reporter: in march after curfew violations a judge ruled labrie had to begin serving the one-year sentence he was appealing. throwing him behind bars, that's exactly what the state supreme court wants the judge to revisit. labrie has spent nearly two months in a new hampshire jail. the once harvard bound student recently moved to the general jail population after spending several weeks in solitary confinement. >> that's an
adjustment for him, but he's doing the best he can. >> reporter: and now newly revealed court documents show that during the trial, owen labrie's defense team argued he was unfairly singled out alleging his roommate who took the stand against labrie -- >> i can't recall specifically -- >> reporter: also engaged in the senior salute where graduating students use the last few days of school to spend time with younger students. he was with a different underclass girl but he was never prosecuted. the judge not allowing those claims to be heard by the jury. that roommate's attorney telling abc news overnight these unfounded and untruthful allegations appear to be part of the defendant's ongoing and desperate trial strategy. and as for owen labrie, the tough talking trial judge doesn't have to release him. these are only recommendations by the state supreme court. it's entirely up to him, george. >> okay, gio, thanks. dan abrams, gio makes the point these are only recommendations but it is the supreme court.
>> it is so interesting. the court is sort of giving a wink and nod to the lower court and saying we're not telling you what to do but here's what we think you should do. and the court is basically saying two thing, number one, is that we think that you can create conditions of bail that will work. remember, bail is not intended to be punishment. it's intended to make sure he shows up. the supreme court is saying we think you can figure that out. number two and most interestingly, the court is sort of hinting we might even give him a new trial on these charges. they called it a nonfrivolous issue, this issue of not being able to cross-examine the roommate about this question. that's about as much of a hint as a high court can give to a lower court that we may overturn this. this is a nonfrivolous issue. in conjunction with the bail issue we're telling you, please reconsider although we're not telling you what to do. >> how would that play out say if the cross-examination were allowed. >> so they would get a new trial. and then they'd be able to
cross-examine his roommate about his own actions because really the claim is he did something just like what labrie is accused of. and they want to be able to undermine that roommate's credibility by asking him about this. the supreme court is basically saying, hmm, kind of surprised that the trial court didn't let that in, big deal. >> any consequences for the judge if he just ignores the supreme court's recommendations. >> nope, it wouldn't be ignored because the court specifically said, it's at your discretion so this is really now entirely in the trial court's hands to decide does he get released. remember, one of the key questions is, will he sit in jail throughout the course of his appeal? and the court is basically saying, look, we're talking about a 12-month sentence if you don't let him out now he may serve his entire time pending appeal which is another concern of the supreme court. >> dan abrams, thanks very much. >> coming up here on "gma," george, the freeway challenge. skateboarders going for a dangerous joyride on a highway. a new trend that could turn deadly. a major parenting alert.
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friends filming those brazen stunts as they weave through or even slalom across l.a.'s grindingly slow freeways. then they post the videos with the #freewaychallenge. >> foolish and reckless and dangerous thing. i mean, that was my first reaction. why would anybody want to be on the freeway? >> reporter: what the police call reckless stunts aren't for amateurs. one shows professional skateboarder smith jumping on to the freeway and doing a flip between cars. >> doesn't look like he's about to cause himself or others harm. >> i can guarantee you that a car or motorcycle traveling at at least 20 to 25 miles per hour can significantly cause damage to you as a person or kill you. >> reporter: smith could not be reached for comment but on instagram, he urged other skateboarders not to hit the freeways writing this, #freeway challenge stuff is stupid and i seriously advise that no one tries it. still, many have and many have
failed and even bicyclists flipping and spinning their way down a clogged highway. but scenes like this are not the first examples of freeway horseplay. stunts like car surfing blew up on youtube last summer and while this may seem more dangerous than this, officers with the california highway patrol say a kick flip off the freeway has much bigger consequences than just crashing onto the concrete. >> they're out there on their skateboards and someone tries to avoid a collision with them and someone gets killed, that's manslaughter. >> now, police across southern california are on the lookout for anyone trying this stunt. but it's not a misdemeanor, it's not a felony, it's an infraction, meaning if caught, they can get a ticket though it is a hefty one, i'm told. it could top a few hundred buck or the price of a have very expensive skateboard.
>> or they could get killed. i mean, thank you, matt. unbelievable. >> time to make that a full crime. >> absolutely. coming up, the moment warming our hearts as the invictus games comes to a close, prince harry and those adorable dogs. we'll hear what the prince had to say about the whole thing. coming up live in our next hour, oh, yeah, it's all about the bass. meghan trainor speaking out about that photoshopped video and performing not one, but two songs from her brand-new album. come on back. ♪ ♪ let's go i thank god every day ♪
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♪ go go big or go home so he went big and we don't want him to go home. we maybe mentioned him once or twice talking about prince harry and want to show you, look at that picture. prince harry with the service dogs stealing our hearts there. this is the close of the invictus games yesterday and he attended first the service dog swimming relay. so many of these wounded warriors who have competed have said they wouldn't be there. they wouldn't be alive if it weren't for their service dogs and then we saw prince harry out and about greeting grandma. kissing babies, not running for presidents, but, maybe some people could hope. >> was he there all week?
>> yes, he was. he got there a few days ahead of time. i'm telling you, he is the same way when the cameras aren't on him. so genuine. >> his remarks at the closing ceremonies were incredible. we have a little bit of what he had to say to all of those who attended. >> you are all invictus. you are now ambassadors for the spirit of these games. spread the word. never stop fighting. and do all you can to lift up everyone around you. i'll see you in toronto. [ cheers and applause ] >> chills. >> invictus means unconquered and that is the spirit of those games. >> so powerful. >> so many people giving their medals away like not getting gold to help push others along the finish line. it was so beautiful watching what happened at those games. >> from every single moment and closing ceremony and espn did a terrific job. the profiles they did on the true heroes. >> i say we celebrate with meghan trainor. ♪
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now i am reggie aqui from the abc morning news and over to mick nicco for the friday morning. good morning everybody. 52 to 57 and a little warmer than yesterday. we're going see the sun shane and the water temperatures in the coast and 70s in land and south bay. it's going is to be cooler all weekend but warmer next week. the bridge improving and still a 40 minute ride to foster city and due to an earlier motorcycle accident that's been clear and we do have an accident 84 westbound and then it's the slow traffic is approaching. meg agan live and talking
♪ i can't help loving myself good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. meghan trainor here live. untouched. unfiltered. what she's saying now about her video photoshop controversy. ♪ i'd wanna be me >> and wait till you see what she's pulling off live when she gets behind the mike. hayden panettiere reveals she feels stuck still struggling with postpartum asking for help. parenting alert. the new headline about gluten-free diets and your children. why they could be doing more harm than good. dr. besser will explain. ♪ go big or go home ♪ go go and it's our epic campout finale. ♪ the hills are alive mountains and glaciers and bears, oh, my. >> hey there.
>> and don't forget joey fatone saddling up for one wild ride. ♪ good good good good to be alive right about now ♪ all that and nice guy russell crowe is here live, and meghan trainor is all about that "gma" as we say -- >> good morning, america. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ i hope you're feeling this way and i can't help loving myself ♪ ♪ and i don't see nobody else nah-uh ♪ ♪ if i was you i'd wanna be me too ♪ >> we are excited to have meghan trainor here making headlines not only for her new record, "thank you," but also giving thanks -- getting thanks from fans for her stance against body shaming. she'll speak out live and she's also going to perform for us. >> what a voice she has. cannot wait for that. also, big finale of our big campout celebrating 100 years of america's national parks and camping under the stars.
one of our stars, 'nsync's joey fatone going down the trail. they had some fun and we've been having fun with this all week long and, lara, jimmy kimmel is up to something. >> jimmy is throwing his hat in the ring for the race to the white house, but it's not exactly what you think. we've got his big announcement coming up. >> he's got that politician's red tie on. >> he sure does. so, yeah. let's go to amy with the morning rundown. >> all right, good morning, everyone. president obama stepping into the debate over transgender children and which bathrooms they use. the obama administration sending a letter to all public schools directing them to allow students to use bathrooms consistent with their gender identity or risk losing federal funding. lieutenant governor of text opposes it saying his state won't be black mailed. donald trump is denying a report that claims he used a phony name and voice 25 years ago to pose as his own spokesman during
phone calls to the media. here's one phone call talking about trump to a media organization. >> he's coming out of a marriage that he's starting to do tremendously well. he got his license the other day and totally unanimous and working hard at doing well. >> trump denies that voice on the phone was him. meanwhile trump is standing by his decision not to release his taxes until an audit is completed. when george asked him what his tax rate is trump replied. none of your business. new details about the settlement reached following the death of joan rivers. her family had sued a new york clinic after rivers died following a routine procedure, and abc's diane macedo has more. >> reporter: this morning, nearly two years after joan rivers' death her family has reached a settlement with the doctor who performed an unauthorized biopsy on her throat. the family's lawyer spoke to us overnight. >> their acts and their omissions actually ended up
taking the life of joan rivers. >> reporter: rivers went into cardiac arrest during what was supposed to be a routine throat procedure. her daughter melissa rivers then filed a lawsuit claiming her personal doctor never should have performed that biopsy at a clinic. the suit also allegations doctors involved didn't notice rivers' vital signs plummeting during the procedure and even accuses one doctor of posing with rivers for a photo while she was unconscious. >> i think that her being joan rivers caused her to have worse care. than the average porn would have. -- person would have. >> reporter: the 81-year-old died in september of 2014 following the routine elective throat procedure at this new york city medical clinic, not a hospital. in a statement her daughter melissa says, "i'm able to put the legal aspects of my mother's death behind me." >> melissa rivers is walking away with a settlement that is substantial, but regarding the death of her mother, it's something that never should have happened. it didn't have to happen. >> reporter: for "good morning america," diane macedo, abc news, new york. >> our thanks to diane for that. and actress hayden panettiere is speaking out as
she enters rehab for postpartum depression for a second time. panettiere gave birth to her daughter back in december of 2014 and sought treatment for the first time ten months later. she says her condition has impacted every aspect of her life and she hopes rehab will give her time to reflect on her health. well, we have another entry into the dumb criminal file. this one, this criminal was already in custody. he apparently tried to sneak a cell phone into jail but how he did it completely backfired and take a look at the evidence. that's an x-ray. and there is the phone he tried to sneak into prison in his -- well, has it even made it to his stomach? i'm not even sure. it's in his body because he swallowed it. don't know how but he managed to do it. doctors in ireland performed surgery on the prisoner. he is okay. he was released from the hospital but back into custody. i'm honestly not even sure how that's possible. >> oh, i don't know -- wow. >> so many questions. so little time. >> enjoy breakfast, everybody. >> thank you, amy. we're going to move on to a
nutrition alert. a new article out in the journal "pediatrics" warns that going gluten-free may not be healthy for children and our dr. richard besser is here to break it down. gluten-free diets are so popular. a big warning here. >> if your child has celiac disease or a wheat allergy then gluten is a big deal, otherwise it's not and going on a special diet is a big deal. it instills in children fear of food. it's not very easy to do. not only that, many of the products that are sold as gluten-free aren't as good for you as products that have gluten. >> and you've got some products here to go through. >> yeah, so these pretzels are made by the same company. their gluten-free product has more salt, more fat and less protein than the one with gluten and for these cookies, the same company makes both of these. their gluten-free product has more saturated fat and more calories than the one that is sold as gluten-free. >> echoing, you said the grocery manufacturer's association told us for children who do not have celiac disease or a wheat
allergy, gluten-free diets do not have substantiated benefits. if they have sensitivity, what should they do? >> they've done studies. 1 in 141 people truly have a problem with gluten and has celiac disease. one in five has changed their diet to have less gluten. if you think your children has a problem you may see poor weight gain or you may see anemia, a problem with the blood or constipation. you want to see a gastroenterologist and while your child is still eating gluten. they have to be getting gluten in their diet to be tested properly to see if they have this. but otherwise, you know, this is all about marketing. it's a multibillion dollar business. it's not the way to go. >> bottom line from rich besser, thanks very much. let's go to lara. >> thanks very much. here's what's coming up on our "gma morning menu." the top treatments for your skin at the high and low end. we'll tell you about that and all the latest you need to look your best for summer. we have a star camping out
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we saw guillermo and nfl star rob gronkowski at his side. kimmel says he is serious. he has a tour bus and a website jk4vp.com. we'll see how he does in the polls. >> he's serious. did you see that wolf blitzer was a part of it? went to the board and showed he had 100% -- >> hilarious. >> we got big news here, meghan trainor is here. the reigning grammy winner for best new artist, role model celebrating positive body image and her highly anticipated second album out "thank you," and meghan will perform for us and we'll chat with her. first here's a little bit of her story. ♪ you know i'm all about that bass about that bass ♪ >> reporter: she's a musical powerhouse known for her girl power anthems. ♪ i'm feeling untouchable untouchable ♪ >> reporter: meghan trainor's body positive singles topping the charts from megahit "all about that bass" to "lips are moving." ♪ i know you lie because your lips are moving ♪
>> reporter: the grammy award winner inspiring women everywhere to embrace their shape and curves. ♪ turn the bass off >> reporter: this week the 22-year-old pulling this altered version of the new video "me too." >> i pulled it because they photoshopped the crap out of me and i'm so sick of it and i'm over it so i took it out until they fix it. >> reporter: trainor posted the side-by-side comparison on instagram writing the real "me too" video is finally up. missed that bass. ♪ i can't help loving myself >> reporter: sharing the untouched video showing off her unaltered physique. ♪ if i was you i'd wanna be me too ♪ ♪ i'd wanna be me too >> do you hear it? megan's "gma" debut. meghan trainor. i saw you last night on "jimmy fallon." at the end you took a little bit of a tumble. are you okay? are you all right? >> i'm feeling it today. feeling bruises everywhere. i was fine. it was great. >> he got down on the ground
with you. >> i actually got up and was like, let me do it again and i looked at it again and that was the better performance. i was like, ah. just keep it. >> see, that's what we love about you. you keep it real and let's talk about the video. >> yeah. >> when did you first know that something -- >> i noticed -- i worked so hard on this video. it was a 22-hour shoot and we all -- my family was editing with me because we were on this promo trip so we were busy every day. we looked at everything. i even shaved off mole hair. i did everything and i examined it and then when it was up i saw my fans posting clips of this dance scene, and i was like, why, why are the fans messing with my waist? and like i was like, why are they doing that and then i looked at my video and it's my own video and that's not my waist. i know that's not my waist. they made me skinnier than the dancers next to me who are dancers. >> so the editors -- >> and i love the director. i love this video and we're so proud of this but i had -- i had to call up the head of vivo and say take it down. that's not me. i need to fix this now as soon as i can.
>> because you have stood up and said, you know, you are the poster child for no photoshop. >> yeah, i just -- i don't know. and we had a short amount of time to get it turned around. put it out, but i don't know like how you would shave my waist off like me, you know. i don't know as the all about the bass girl. >> i know. that's what was so ironic about it. >> and i didn't want this song to be like the new anthem for photoshop but it obviously is still a big issue and we're still talking about it. >> yeah. let's talk about the music because it is new and there's something a little bit different for you because people thought you'd do a lot like you did the first time and it was your producer l.a. reed that said -- >> l.a. knew because i had been writing for a lot of his artists like fifth harmony and jennifer lopez, and he knows what i'm capable of and you don't have to do the doo-wop again. i didn't want to be stuck with it. i presented him with new doo-wop. he said, no, i know you can do more like push yourself, and he kept pushing me and then i was
so angry at one point i wrote no and that was towards l.a. reed like you need to let it go. i write good songs and he's like this is it. >> you've always written good songs for others and now for yourself but it's got caribbean, it's got a little rap. it's got a little dance. >> yeah, i tried to put all my favorite influences in this album. >> all right. well, you got a lot of fans and we hit them up on twitter and said, you know, let us know what you want to ask. i love this twitter handle, bluebell twinkle. bluebell twinkle asks what was your favorite musical memory growing up? >> my favorite musical memory? >> yeah. >> wow. that's like -- that's a big range of things. like my favorite tv performance? >> whatever. >> i was a big britney spears fan on her award show performances. i remember i'd make the entire house stop talking. listen, britney is on, we must focus. we must watch this. that was my big moments of watching television. >> a lot of people want to know who were your influences because you have really shaped and influenced others and you motivate others and people want
to know who inspired you because you're so inspirational. >> i have always looked up to bruno mars. bruno mars knows this. every interview i have i say bruno mars and my mom is like you're like the girl bruno mars. we love him and we're such big fans of his songwriting, his performances as well and him as an artist and i want to be as cool as bruno mars. >> well, you are well on your way and look the part. >> thank you. >> as i love all the sparkle. >> i'm trying. >> you want to tell us what you're going to be doing this weekend? are we going to be seeing -- >> i'm putting on a mountain today. >> billboard. >> billboard music awards. i'm singing there. that's right. we're also singing "no" at billboard and, yeah, we're doing a bunch of stuff. >> and going out on tour. >> we're going on tour. the "untouchable" tour with hailee steinfeld and common kings. it's going to be a great show. >> the last time -- you okay? your vocal cords? >> couldn't keep up because we went on tour and went on tour again. >> you're good? >> we're learning.
we're learning way to keep it healthier, and i got my vocal coach here. >> we heard you this morning. >> at 5:00 a.m. we heard you. >> doing whale noises. >> must be meghan. you're going to sing for us in our last half hour. thanks for sitting down and chatting. >> thanks for having me. >> meghan will be back to perform not one but two of her hits. >> my name is yes. very excited, meghan. now we're going to go to our series "the skin you're in" and a look inside the pages of "o" magazine at high tech and low-tech options and high-end and low prices -- high/low. you get it. so abc's mara schiavocampo will explain more. here you go. >> reporter: ah, beautiful summer skin. we caught up with valerie monroe, beauty director at "o" magazine to shed light on the top three body blemishes that plague all of us, visible veins, stretch marks and pesky chest discoloration showcasing both professional and at home treatments. first up visible veins.
the high-tech solution, sclerotherapy at $500 to $1,000 per visit. >> you can go to the dermatologist's office and he'll inject them with a detergent to collapse them. >> reporter: but don't worry, this $11 drugstore body bronzer is a low-tech alternative. >> you can just cover them again with a self-tanner or with a washoff body makeup. >> reporter: next up, those annoying stretch marks. the high-tech solution, laser treatments that can cost upwards of $1,000 per treatment. the low-tech substitute over-the-counter retinol like this $60 serum. >> if the stretch marks are still red and use a retinoid consistently you'll see a difference in several months. >> if they're white you're really just talking about camouflage and self-acceptance. >> that's right. >> reporter: finally irritating chest discoloration. the high-tech solution laser treatments at $1,500 a pop. >> the skin is burned in these
little micro sections, and that gets rid of the dark spots and it also helps the skin regenerate collagen and fresh skin. >> reporter: the low-tech option drugstore creams with niacinamide. this one is only $9. >> you need to use it every day and over time it will diminish the dark spots. >> reporter: for "good morning america," mara schiavocampo, abc news, new york. >> thank you, mara. joining us is board certified dermatologist dr. whitney bowe. so talk to me about what this is. >> we have new two new super high-tech gadgets that track your uv exposure in realtime. first this bracelet is called june that doubles as a fashion accessory and a uv sensor so it'll notify you when it's time to reapply sunscreen and then second we've got a very smart little sticker, i'm wearing it now, called my uv patch and it's made by la roche-posay and tells you right now what is your exposure, how do you trend? >> do you have to go to the app? >> it's a companion app, scan it
right into your phone and tell you. >> so if you're out in the sun for an immediate response this bracelet is probably -- >> they both track immediately but this one also you can test your products so you can actually -- >> that's great. >> a makeup that says spf 30, if you're like, i don't know if i trust that claim, you can layer it right on top and put it to the test. >> are there lots of products that say spf 30 and they're not really? >> it's possible we're not using them properly. too thin a layer. not reapplying it the right way. foundation, we don't put on foundation in a heavy way the way we put on sunscreen. >> okay, tell us who makes this. this seems like a really great smart idea. >> it's called the june bracelet, j-u-n-e. >> how much? >> i think $129. >> love the skin you're in. thank you very much, dr. bowe. out to rob. >> check it out. what a crowd out here. happy friday, everybody. a beautiful day to start here in new york city, but we got rain that's going to be rolling through. take a look at the maps as we take this cold front and push it east. jersey and philadelphia and d.c. will get it first and then we'll get some rain and maybe some thunder later on today. a quick check on what's going on
around the northeast. >> i am meteorologist mike nicco with the bay area forecast. gray this morning. partly cloudy. high clouds this afternoon. drizzle is possible tomorrow. a sprinkle across the north bay. breezy on sunday afternoon. temperatures the next three days are running 3-7 degrees below average, a few 70's inland and in the south bay. can you see the best chance of showers tonight across mendocino and lake county. my seven-day forecast shows it will be warm next we >> these guys are applauding because many know today is the third anniversary of the cronut. a mix between a croissant and a doughnut and they are still lining up outside the dominique ansel bakery to get them. check it out. we're live streaming from there all morning long. go to our website at goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! this month's special flavor is rhubarb brown sugar with lemon thyme sugar and i just hope
there's one left. save one for me. >> thank you, rob. >> so heavy. >> you get to do curls with them. >> looks delicious. >> thank you, rob. >> thank you, rob. you can have half of mine. hi, everybody. "pop news" time. happy friday. friday the 13th if we haven't mentioned that. all right. we have big fashion news from cannes. we had a little bit yesterday. this morning the red carpet for the movie "money monster" had almost as much action as the movie, amal clooney narrowly avoiding a wardrobe malfunction created by the perilous combo of "a," towering heels, "b," a long train and, 3, a -- did i just say "a," "b," 3? >> you did. >> happy friday, everybody. >> you're on a cronut high. >> i'm on a cronut high and a thigh high slit. luckily, though she whipped that versace gown back in place with some help from her doting husband -- who is that? who looked absolutely dashing himself. meanwhile, julia roberts stunning from head to toe literally. check this out, the pretty woman
pairing a gorgeous armani gown with bare feet at cannes, so you might remember last year at the festival a lot of women were turned away from the cannes red carpet. george, you have cronut all over your face. for wearing flats. we called it heelgate. we didn't. the media called it heelgate, well, now i think we know where julia stands on the issue. ridiculous or maybe -- >> a great read by lara. i had cronut on my face. they were talking about their cronuts. >> nobody saved me -- >> i stopped eating mine because i saw you didn't have one. >> my goodness. >> sorry. >> i mean honestly, do not give this -- can i borrow your napkin too? it's a real hot mess in here. can i get a do-over. >> hot mess, still blessed. hot mess, still blessed. >> thank you, momma. also in "pop news" this morning, if you have dreamed of visiting hollywood and meeting all the stars, why not have hollywood come to you. this is very cool.
it's a new website called wrap all and allows you to list your house as a potential filming location. i'd like to say do your homework please but it's kind of like airbnb where you set the price, the availability and you share photos of your home. the suggested rates range from $500 to $5,000 a day depending on your house and then finally, scroll up. i want to show this last video. so cute. go ahead. get to the last one, ready? >> let's go. >> just everybody, i mean this is how i hula hoop. oh, yeah. you go, girl. you go, girl. you work it. we'll be right back.
now from abc7 news. good morning. i am with the abc7 morning nusz. let's go go sue hall for a look at the traffic conditions. >> good morning. we had a couple of late breaking accidents. we do have debris in a lane and accidents that's cleared on to the shoulder and westbound 80 at cut canning street, and let's get out of the way you and it's partially blocking the lane here and then fewer delays in the toll play sa and you're looking at a 40 minute drive.
someone already working and we will see more sunshine this afternoon and then tempered by a soith breeze that's going to keep it below average. mid-60s many in the area and let me show you the accuweather forecast. we have an area of low pressure that's going to pass the o the north and then drizzle in the morning and sprinkles across the north bay. it's going to be breezy on sunday and warmer than average next week. >> thank you mike. we're going to have another local news update in 30 minutes.
join reggie, mike, sue and me weekdays 4:30 until 7:00 a.m. ♪ you like me now good morning, america. ♪ how you like me now. >> welcome back to "gma." a very happy friday crowd. right here and you saw joey fatone. not exactly 'nsync with the great outdoors but having a lot of fun this morning. >> it's all part of our celebration of the 100th anniversary of the country's spectacular national parks. we've seen so many awe-inspiring places on our epic campout. this morning, nick watt takes us to montana's glacier national park camping out under the stars this time with a star, ooh. good morning, nick. >> reporter: good morning, robin. from what's basically a bed on wheels, a teardrop trailer. perfect way to see the parks unless you're a family of six.
i took one of these and joey fatone to my favorite park, glacier. joey. >> how is it going, nick? >> >> how are you? >> i'm good. how are you? >> i'm fantastic. >> welcome to glacier under canvas. >> reporter: i'm sleeping in my camper. joey is glamping, glamourous camping. >> it's got actually a couch, a bed, a toilet, a sink and a tub. >> so much privacy for the old toilet. >> yeah, exactly. you could just have a conversation. >> about the wild beauty of glacier national park perhaps. 1 million mountainous acres of montana. i feel like one of us should have read the guidebook before we got here. >> you know what, it's better not to because we don't know exactly what we're getting ourselves into. >> reporter: it's the home to 300 grizzly bears. >> bear country, people. >> hey, i'm ranger tim. >> pleasure, ranger tim. >> tim knows bears. >> if it's a grizzly bear we stay still and we sometimes make noises like a bear. [ making bear noises ] if you talk to the beer in a normal voice it
actually reacts better. you go, hey, bear. that's a little less aggressive, i think. >> what's up, hey, bear. >> joey will let us know if it gets close. >> reporter: fatone taking no chances. >> i got your backs, guys, you're good. >> reporter: that water is a weird color. it's like gray, blue. climate change, they say sh, will melt the last glacier in national park by 2030. ranger tim, i see a -- >> [ bleep ]. >> i see a -- i see you can go horse riding in the park, right, judging by what you just stepped in. >> yes, that's it. >> right. >> yahoo! >> reporter: and we did thanks to swan mountain outfitters. ♪ the hills are alive with the sound of music ♪ >> reporter: fresh air, big sky equals big hunger. >> ow, ow. >> yeah, you don't want to touch that. that's hot. >> i realize that now.
thank you. the steak? >> pleasantly surprised. >> the potato? >> it's hard as a rock. >> night-night. >> reporter: remember, joey is glamping. >> nice and snug and cozy. by the way, good night, nick. >> reporter: i'm in a camper trailer from littleguy worldwide. good night, joey. maybe you had a bath before bed. i hope you're snug. i really liked 'nsync. sunrise, kayaking. ♪ la da dee >> reporter: joey slept well. sometimes you don't mind getting up early for work. look at that. i'm now back home in santa monica cooking up breakfast thanks to american rv. i have one of these puppies with me, cook a little breakfast in the back, pacific park in the background. i was skeptical but you know
what, robin, i slept like a baby in this thing. >> i'm sure you did. looking good, nick. thank you. oh, what great fun. >> they both looked pretty comfortable. the way to go. >> want to thank all of you who helped us celebrate our national parks by sending us thousands of tweets. hundreds of fantastic shots from your own park adventures so keep them coming with the #myparkgma and check out "gma's" facebook page and our youtube channel for more on our national parks including videos with youtube stars. oh, look, alicia marie, charles trippi, oh, my gosh, yesterday at this time, amy was hanging out with ryan -- >> what's that guy's name? >> ryan gosling. >> oh, yeah, that guy. hi, russell. >> i have an oscar winner with me here. russell crowe. >> good morning. >> going for laughs -- >> good morning. how are you? good morning. hello, everyone. >> you might have heard he stars alongside ryan gosling in the buddy cop movie "the nice guys." let's take a look. >> what's in it for me?
>> he'll stop doing it. >> doing what? ow. >> that. >> or we can do this the easy way or we can -- we're currently doing it the easy way. >> okay [ bleep ], yes. whatever happened to offering me 20 bucks? >> it's the recession. >> russell, i have to say you're very hot this morning. >> thank you, young lady. thank you. >> you know what i'm referring to. >> well, i've been through a bit of a walk, yes. so i'm still a little sweaty. come from -- >> he walked to the studios from soho. >> tribeca. >> you do that often. you don't want to take cars and get the exercise in. >> i've been doing this in new york ever since i started coming here which is probably about '92 or '93 whenever i have responsibilities, i either walk or ride my bicycle. keeps me grounded for these conversations. >> well, you cleaned up very nicely, russell. you know, ryan was here yesterday. i don't know if you heard. >> i actually watched it. >> oh, you did. so what did you think? >> he schooled you, didn't he? >> he did. >> he just -- >> he totally busted me. >> whatever you wanted to talk
about, he just -- he just showed you the art of the interview. >> well, he did, and he talked a little bit about what's going on between the two of you, he called it a conscious unbuddying. he had a message for you. take a look. >> dear me. >> we've agreed to keep 24 hours apart. >> all right, good to know. all right. >> when you see him tell him i look happy. >> we'll play some of what you -- >> tell me i look -- tell him i'm happier then i've ever been. okay? will you tell him that? >> so how has this impacted your life? how are you feeling? >> i feel fantastic. look, the thing about this kid, right, he's genuinely a comic genius, and i worked with him and the pleasure i got out of being on the set with him every day, it's just like it was almost like, you know, why are they paying me for this? this is just more fun than anything else, you know. >> and you all had never worked before. >> no, we had met and had had a conversation so i kind of knew we shared a sense of humor but you really never know that that chemistry is going to exist until you actually start doing a
job, you know, and people have been asking me to explain it and, you know, the really simple version is we just listen to each other. you know, and when you're an actor, that's a big part of the job. it's a huge part of the job, but he knows that if he decides to take a left step in the middle of something, that i will notice and i'll follow along, and it's vice versa, so there's just an inherent trust between the two of us, and i think that joy that we get out of our job and the fact that we love our job and the fact that we are listening and ready and prepared to just jump off cliffs, you know, i think that's what's coming across the screen to people. >> it is such a great movie and speaking of jumping off cliffs, this is a very physical movie. i know matt bomer said he did all of his own stunts and we have video of ryan doing a lot of his stunts, as well right there. look at that. how about you? did you do your own stunts? >> well, i'm an old bloke now. and i used to do -- used to pride myself on doing as many 100% shots that i could provide for the director, and i still do but now i have
the conversation beforehand which is like you're dealing with 52-year-old tendons. >> you gained 60 pounds for this role? >> well, it was just obvious to me that this kind of duo needed something of that traditional physical difference, you know, so i didn't do anything special. just lived the sedentary life instead of walking and -- >> you took cars for that part -- >> i was in the middle of postproduction on a film so it was easy to have a sedentary lifestyle sitting in a room 18 hours a day, so anyway i was in the middle about talking about something else -- >> you know what, i want to quickly get to this couple's therapy promotional video. we have another one that's really funny. can we take a quick look at it? >> i'm really sorry, man. >> hey, i'm sorry too. i'm sorry everyone thinks you're a ticking time bomb. >> they what? >> you know how the whole world thinks you're a ticking time bomb and that's not fair. >> i love how you're willing to go there.
>> yeah, that was a lot of fun, you know, on a daily basis just getting to, you know, enjoy what we were doing and working with shane black who directed "iron man 3" and "kiss kiss bang bang." and finding out that even though he was the writer he wasn't precious about the material. he just trusted us to bring and keep the spirit of what he intended. >> thank you for making us all laugh. this is a great film. russell crowe, you're a lot nicer than ryan, i'm just going to say, all right. "the nice guys" opens nationwide next friday, may 20th. now outside to rob. >> i would say the same thing because i've seen him fight. "gladiator." good morning, guys. happy 60th birthday, mom, daughters from california. we love having you here. >> thank you. >> hey, if you're suffering from allergy, i feel your pain. this report is brought to you by claritin. today we have high levels across the central plains and great lakes from denver to chicago. tree pollen, of course, still a big deal this time of year and it's high in salt lake city, minneapolis and also in maine. check your local weather forecast right n >> ings i am meteorologist mike nicco, we will have high clouds and sunshine away from the coast and temperatures 3-7 degrees
below average. my seven-day forecast shows a chance of drizzle tomorrow or, breezy on sunday and warm again on. >> oh, yeah, california, texas, represented everywhere. amy, black inside to you. >> all right, rob. thank you. coming up next, meghan trainor performs live. don't go anywhere. ♪ so original "gma's" pollen report is brought to you by the makers of nondrowsy claritin, live clarit
we are back now with her, grammy winner meghan trainor for her debut "gma" performance. she is performing the platinum single off her new album "thank you." take a listen to "no." ♪ to the no no no ♪ i think it's so cute and i think it's so sweet ♪ ♪ how you let your friends encourage you to try and talk to me ♪ ♪ but let me stop you there oh before you speak ♪ ♪ nah to the ah to the no no no my name is no ♪ ♪ my sign is no my number is no ♪
♪ you need to let it go you need to let it go ♪ ♪ need to let it go nah to the ah to the no no no my name is no ♪ ♪ my sign is no my number is no ♪ ♪ you need to let it go you need to let it go ♪ ♪ need to let it go nah to the ah to the no no no ♪ ♪ first you gonna say you ain't running game ♪ ♪ thinking i'm believing every word ♪ ♪ call me beautiful so original telling me i'm not like other girls ♪ ♪ i was in my zone before you came along now i'm thinking maybe you should go ♪ ♪ blah blah blah i be like nah to the ah to the no no no ♪ ♪ all my ladies listen up if that boy ain't giving up ♪ ♪ lick your lips and swing your hips girl all you gotta say is ♪ ♪ my name is no my sign is no my number is no ♪ ♪ you need to let it go you need to let it go ♪ ♪ need to let it go nah to the ah to the no no no ♪ ♪ my name is no
my sign is no ♪ ♪ my number is no you need to let it go ♪ ♪ you need to let it go need to let it go ♪ ♪ nah to the ah to the no no no ♪ ♪ thank you in advance i don't wanna dance nope ♪ ♪ i don't need your hands all over me ♪ ♪ if i want a man then i'mma get a man ♪ ♪ but it's never my priority ♪ i was in my zone before you came along ♪ ♪ don't want you to take this personal blah blah blah i be like nah to the ah to the no no no ♪ ♪ all my ladies listen up all my ladies if that boy ain't giving up ♪ ♪ ain't giving up ♪ lick your lips and swing your hips girl all you gotta say is ♪ ♪ my name is no my sign is no ♪ my number is no you need to let it go ♪ ♪ you need to let it go need to let i go ♪ ♪ nah to the ah to the no no no my name is no ♪ ♪ my sign is no my number is no ♪ ♪ you need to let it go you need to let it go ♪ ♪ need to let it go nah to the ah to the no no no ♪
♪ i'm feeling untouchable untouchable ♪ ♪ i'm feeling untouchable untouchable ♪ ♪ i'm feeling untouchable untouchable ♪ ♪ hey hey come on sing it ♪ untouchable untouchable i'm feeling untouchable untouchable ♪ ♪ i'm feeling untouchable untouchable i'm feeling ♪ ♪ nah to the ah to the no no no ♪ ♪ hey ♪ all my ladies listen up if that boy ain't giving up ♪ ♪ ain't giving up ♪ lick your lips and swing your hips girl all you gotta say is ♪ ♪ no no ♪ my name is no ♪ my sign is no my number is no ♪ ♪ you need to let it go you need to let it go ♪ ♪ need to let it go nah to the ah to the no no no ♪ ♪ my name is no ♪ my sign is no my number is no ♪ ♪ you need to let it go you need to let it go ♪ ♪ need to let it go nah to the ah to the no no no ♪ ♪ i'm feeling untouchable untouchable i'm feeling untouchable untouchable ♪ ♪ oh baby
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everyone here ready for more meghan trainor and will perform her new single off the album "thank you" just released this morning. here she is with "me too." ♪ oh ♪ >> good morning, america. wake up. ready? come on. ♪ who's that sexy thang over there ♪ ♪ that's me standing in the mirror ♪ ♪ and what's that icy thang hanging round my neck hmm that's gold show me some respect ♪ ♪ oh i thank god every day that i woke up feeling this way ♪
♪ and i can't help loving myself and i don't need nobody else, nuh ♪ ♪ if i was you i'd wanna be me too i'd wanna be me too ♪ ♪ i'd wanna be me too if i was you i'd wanna be me too ♪ ♪ i'd wanna be me too i'd wanna be me too ♪ ♪ i walk in like a dime piece i go straight to vip ♪ ♪ i never pay for my drinks my entourage behind me ♪ ♪ my life's a movie, tom cruise so bless me baby achoo ♪ ♪ and even if they tried to they can't do it like i do ♪ >> come on. put your hands up. let's go. ♪ i thank god every day that i woke up feeling this way ♪ ♪ whoo and i feel good ♪ and i can't help loving myself and i don't need nobody else nuh ♪ ♪ no no baby
♪ if i was you i'd wanna be me too i'd wanna be me too ♪ ♪ i'd wanna be me too if i was you i'd wanna be me too ♪ ♪ if i was you i'd wanna be me too i'd wanna be me too ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ah >> let's go. put your hands up, everybody. come on. let's do it. ♪ i said i thank god every day that i woke up feeling this way ♪ ♪ i can't help loving myself and i don't need nobody else no no baby ♪ ♪ if i was you i'd wanna be me too ♪ ♪ i'd wanna be me too oh no ♪ if i was you i'd wanna be me too i'd wanna be me too ♪ ♪ i'd wanna be me too hey yeah
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now from abc7 news. good morning i am natasha zouves with the abc7 morning nusz. a quick check of the friday forecast with mike nicco. >> good morning natasha zouves and everybody. it's going to be low to mid-70s in land and south bachlt to get to the coast it's upper er 50s and 60s. a few sprinkles up in the north bay, and it's going o to be breezy on sunday. much warmer on sunday through thursday. have a great weekend. you can take the extra bart trains and there's extra boles and cal train is running extra. here is a look at the bridge that the traffic is flowing nicely after an early motorcycle accident. good to see you. it's time for live "live with kelly and michael."
we will be back with the midday news. the reporting continues on the app and abc7.com. >> it's "live! with kelly & michael." today, from the new movie, "the nice guys," matt bomer. and new york nic superstar, carmelo anthony. plus, join us as we raise a glass remember the laughss, the fun, the great times we've shared as we present "michael's flashback friday farewell." all next on "live." [captioning made possible by isney-abc domestic television] >> and now, here are kelly ripa and michael strahan! [cheers and applause] ♪