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please welcome john mulholland. [cheers and applause] john, how you doing? welcome. >> nice to meet you. >> all right, i would think your bucket list item has to do with this getup. why are you dressed like this today? >> well, i'm a self-proclaimed archaeologist. i like to spend my time wandering through the rain forest, or jungles as most people call 'em, of mexico and central america. >> excellent. >> so if i win the money, i'm ready to hop on a plane and just start digging a pyramid somewhere. >> like right now. like, you're gonna get the cash and go. >> i used my passport as, you know, proof of who i am, so i'm good to go to the airport. >> i love this. bucket list now moment. >> yep. >> all right, well, let me tell you what you're up against. 14 questions from $500 all the way up to that $1 million. of course you have your three lifelines. you know how those work. you ready to get this bucket list item checked off? >> i'm ready to go. >> all right, let's play "who wants to be a millionaire". [dramatic musical flourish] ♪
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okay, john, start you off with that $500 question. despite its dated technology, what product fetched high prices online after apple quietly discontinued it in 2014? rotary iphone, ipod classic, ivictrola 5e, mactelegraph pro. >> i'm gonna go with b, ipod classic, final answer. >> the rotary iphone didn't catch on. b is right. $500. next stop, $1,000 question. meteorology is one of the rare cases where which of these could be considered "good"? chronic anxiety, excessive work stress, overdue bills, high pressure. >> i got to go d, high pressure. final answer. >> that high pressure system is right. >> wah-ha! >> usually means good weather.
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so far, smooth sailing. onto the third question. $2,000. appropriately, the word "pen" comes from the latin word "penna," for what? belt, mirror, feather, flute. >> belt, mirror, flute, feather. ah, a quill, a feather. c, final answer. >> that lightbulb went off and you got it right. $2,000, john. >> yeah, come on. [horn blares] >> that sound means that time is up for today. but john is not done. we got to get some more money and get you on that next archaeology dig. >> ready to go. >> thank you so much for joining us today. for everyone who's been a part of this, i'm chris harrison. we'll see you next time. closed captioning sponsored by: i love my shop, but my back pain was making it hard to sleep and open up on time. then i found aleve pm. the only one to combine a safe sleep aid
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last night's keynote address at the republican national at the republican national convention was supposed to be the center of the night. >> there was a lot of buildup, but did melania trump in her highest profile speech ever borrow words from michelle obama? here's one passage. >> because we want our children and all children in this nation to know that the only limits of the height of your achievements is the reach of your dreams and your willingness to work hard for them. >> because we want our children in this nation to know that the only limit to your achievements is the strength of your dreams and your willingness to work for them. >> so that was one of two passages now in question. the only difference, by the way, between those two was the use of the word height of your dreams by michelle obama. melania just said your dreams, and i'm sorry, she said the
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strength of your dreams. >> height versus the strength. the only difference -- >> and the reach versus the strength of your dreams. those were the two words different. >> two words. i don't see the fuss. >> and another part seemed similar to michelle obama's from 2008. >> and barack and i were raised with so many of the same values, like you work hard for what you want in life, that your word is your bond, that you do what you say you're going to do, that you treat people with dignity and respect. >> the values that you work hard for what you want in life, that your word is your bond and you do what you say and keep your promise. that you treat people with respect. >> okay. i'm reading here that the reaction -- you listen to that one and the main difference is the respect and dignity part?
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>> yes. michelle obama said dignity and respect. melania just said respect, and michelle said what you do what you say you're going to do. and melania said do what you say and keep your promise. >> i don't understand how that happened. >> sorry -- very similar. >> melania said, i wrote the entire speech with as little help as possible. the campaign is saying in writing her beautiful speech, her team of writers, team of writers took notes on her life inspiration and in some instances, included fragments that reflected her own thinking. >> they haven't fully addressed -- >> not quite. >> what happened here. in fairness, she did give an entire speech. these are just two passages. a lot of questions over how exactly this happened. >> in fairness, other people have dropped out of presidential campaigns in the past for plagiarizing. than she's running for president, but signature speech. all right. when we come back, last night's other big event. the surprise drama on "the
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bachelorette." >> our senior analyst is back. "the skinny" is next. i don't think there was any plagiarism last night. >> no? jojo didn't borrow from the first lady? >> no. ♪ no? jojo didn't borrow from the first lady? >> no.
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♪ >> skinny music, we have missed you. ♪ "skinny" music, we have
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missed you. it's actually been a couple weeks since we've had an update about "the bachelorette." it's getting down to crunch time. >> we've also missed "the bachelorette" analyst, jack sheehan. welcome back, jack. >> thank you. thank you for having me. >> big cliffhanger. >> yes. before that i want to be clear the analyst wrote this by himself. let's get that out of the way. >> nobody else would. >> nobody else would, right. where we left off with this, when the episode started last night, there were four guys left -- chase, jordan, our man robby, and luke. >> my man is jordan. i want to be clear on that. >> just be clear on that. you wrote that yourself. let's roll the beautiful footage. this is chase's hometown, highlands ranch, colorado. chance has been guarded with his emotions so far. he said he's falling in love with jojo. things went well for chase and the family.
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his parents are divorced, but he was good to go. so that's fine. next, jordan's hometown. your guy. chico, california. that's jordan rogers. >> where's aaron? >> where is he? he's not really close with the family, so that sort of weighs on them. >> it was what it was. >> okay. >> and this was another quality hometown visit for jordan and jojo. that's pretty much all you can say about it. frankly, nothing happened. aaron rodgers wasn't there. >> olivia munn wasn't there. >> right. moving on. robbie's hometown, st. augustine, florida. that's our man, robbie. he has a big family. things got a little -- >> that's huge. >> yeah. things got a little dicey when robbie went to talk to his mom. >> uh-oh. >> yeah. here's why. robbie, she told him that the roommate of robbie's ex, whose
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name was hope was kicking up a fuss that robbie broke up just to go on the show. so robbie basically winds up telling jojo there's no truth to any of that whatsoever. robbie says once he got slapped by hope, he never spoke to her again. so they're okay. moving on quickly, luke's hometown, burnett, texas. family, big group of friends there. all was well. blah, blah, blah, whatever. luke just couldn't get to the i love you part. >> okay. >> okay. time for the rose ceremony. >> yeah. >> they were in an airplane hangar. jojo and the jojos there, and luke calls a time-out on the whole thing. they finally get outside. they get outside the airplane hangar. he lays on the i love you thing, and jojo, you know, the meltdown. she doesn't know what to do next, and --
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>> too late, luke. >> yeah. too little too late is right. next week a double shot. >> can't wait. >> that's it? wait. >> that's it?
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♪ by the dawn's early light ♪ what so proudly we hailed ♪ at the twilight's last gleaming ♪ ♪ whose broad stripes and bright stars ♪ ♪ through the perilous fight ♪ o'er the ramparts we watched ♪ ♪ were so gallantly streaming ♪ and the rockets red glare ♪ the bombs bursting in air ♪ gave proof through the night
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that our flag was still there ♪ o say does that star spangled banner yet wave ♪ ♪ or the land of the free and the home of the brave ♪ [ applause ] >> we're even going to skip the slow clap and just going full on. >> that was amazing. again, her name is marlana vanhuse. she'll be live later this morning. we can't wait to hear her again.
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good morning. i'm kendis gibson. >> and i'm diane macedo. here are some of the top stories on "world news now." in one of the biggest nights in her life, donald trump's wife melania looked to show his softer side. she's accused now of lifting lines straight from michelle obama's convention speech. we have a full report coming up. hillary clinton was also in ohio spending the day on the campaign trail. she attended an naacp conference where she condemned the attacks on the police officers and vowed to reform the criminal justice system. and north korea has launched three ballistic missiles into the sea off the country's eastern coast apparently in response to south korea's agreement with the u.s. over a missile defense system. and investigators are trying to figure out a medical mystery in utah.
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a person who cared for a zika-infected relative got the virus without sexual contact and without a mosquito involved. those are some of our top stories on this tuesday, july 19th. from abc news, this is "world news now." good morning to you all. we begin with last night's keynote speech at the republican national convention. donald trump's wife took the stage and came under initial praise. >> yeah. >> and then untiling that, some criticism now. >> and then the controversy kicked in. melania trump told the world why she fell in love with her husband saying he was tough, kind, fair and caring. she's now under fire, accused of steal ing two key lines from michelle obama's speech that she delivered some eight years earlier. >> protesters tried to disrupt, shouting at several points about war, refugees, and other issues.
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they were quickly removed. marci gonzalez joins us live from cleveland. good morning. a lot to keep track of this morning. >> reporter: yes. it was a really eventful night. there was such a mix of speakers too, including six former reality tv stars. and they made no mention of the controversy that we saw here earlier in the day, but, of course, they focussed on praising donald trump, and bashing his presumptive presidential opponent. ♪ oh say does that >> reporter: the theme, make america safe again. >> usa! usa! usa! >> reporter: but as much as the message on the first night of the republican national convention was about national security and recent violence -- >> i would like to make something very clear. blue lives matter in america. >> reporter: the focus also stayed sharply on hillary
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clinton. >> a woman who somehow feels that she's entitled to the presidency. >> reporter: and the 2012 attack on a u.s. compound in benghazi. >> hillary failed to protect her people on the ground. >> reporter: clinton speaking earlier at a campaign event in cincinnati. >> i'm thrilled to be here. >> reporter: while here in cleveland donald trump took to the convention stage. >> my wife, an amazing mother, an incredible woman, melania trump. >> reporter: introducing the night's headliner, his wife, melania. >> he's tough when he has to be, but he's also kind and fair and caring. >> reporter: attempting to show a softer side of the presumptive gop nominee, and unify the party after drama earlier on the floor. >> roelt roll call vote! roll call vote! >> reporter: anti-donald trump
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protesters trying to block his nomination. >> if they want unity, treat us respectfully. >> reporter: and the never trump movement could hold even more protests again today out on the floor. but, again, no chance of derailing trump's nomination. >> all right. what are you learning about the controversy surrounding melania trump's speech? >> reporter: as you were saying, she got a lot of praise at first. she had great poise and people responded to her message, but then people started looking closely and found a couple of similarities between melania trump's speech and michelle obama's 2008 convention speech. we want to show you one of those parts that seems pretty similar. you see them both giving the speeches at the same time here. >> we work hard for what you want in life. that your word is your bond, that you do what you say. that you treat people with respect. with dignity and respect -- >> wow. >> wow indeed. >> reporter: overnight, donald trump released a statement about his wife's speech. he doesn't quite address all the
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questions being raised. i'll tell you, part of his statement is he writes, "in writing her beautiful speech, melania's team of writers took notes on her life's inspirations and in some inspirations included fragments that reflected her own thinking." so maybe the main point there is he's saying, hey, team of writers, because melania said earlier in the night that she wrote the speech on her own with as little help as possible from others. so i'm sure we'll be hearing much more from them on this. >> i guess when you get a little more of an explanation as the day unfolds. >> their p.r. team is going to have to roll into action. and that poor writer out of a job -- kidding. there were protests inside and outside the convention as we saw. is the assumption they're expected to grow as the week goes on? >> reporter: you know, there's no telling. i don't think anyone was surprised that there were a couple of disruptions during the speeches last night, and they expected the protests outside.
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police have been training for this. there are fences set up. so many officers on patrol. they've been able to keep it peaceful. >> abc's marci gonzalez. thank you, we appreciate the updates as always. >> stay with abc news for more exclusive reporting including a special report across all time zones, 10:00 p.m. eastern time, that's this evening. >> and you can find a live stream of all the events at abcnews.com. we'll move on to some new details about the deadly attack this weekend in baton rouge, louisiana. >> these videos show the gunman intentionally targeted officers. the shooter was carrying two rifles and a pistol. he was killed by a s.w.a.t. team sniper who fired from 100 yards away. they believe if he hadn't been taken down, he would have gone on to cause even more bloodshed. some newly released documents indicate the gunman who attacked the orlando, florida, nightclub
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was repeatedly taunted for being muslim. that took place while the attacker worked as a security guard at a florida courthouse. the documents show that the gunman told workers he had ties to the other shooters. baltimore city leaders are urging patients after another cop was acquitted in the death of freddie gray. a judge ruled that prosecutors did not prove that they willfully allowed gray to be injured. three other officers have been acquitted. a fourth cop's trial ended in a mistrial. in europe this morning, an attack on board a train in southern germany is again raising questions about refugees in europe. police say a 17-year-old afghan migrant armed with an axe and a knife wounded four passengers. he was shot and killed by police. the victims were family from hong kong.
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three were seriously hurt. the attacker's motive is not known. in the u.s., there's a new major wildfire in wye onlying that firefighters have to deal with. the cliff creek fire has destroyed 2,200 acres in a national forest. residents of the area have been ordered to evacuate, and the forest has requested help fighting the fire. only one structure has been destroyed so far, but the heavy smoke is posing a health hazard. a driver launched his truck -- lost his truck as well as his boat. police in lakewood said he didn't set his parking brake. it rolled back into the water. boat launch failure. >> oh, no. and also on the water, a paddle boarder in half-moon bay got a close look at a whale. slow motion shows how close that encounter really was. >> okay, maybe the strangest -- whoa. >> let's see it in slow mo.
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>> oh, he was jumping. it was a buffet. >> the strangest part, the woman on the paddle board says she plays the flute for the whales and they come to her. but she didn't quite expect that. >> so it wasn't the herring? it was the flute? >> that's what she's saying. >> they wanted to hear the music a little bit better? >> the whale whisperer. coming up -- yes. i hear you. the words of inspiration and the call to action from a former navy s.e.a.l. the lone survivor, a lone figure last night on the stage at the republican national convention, speaking from the heart. the message he had for veterans and the next generation. and the considerably lighter message from america's comedic braintrust. we'll check out some of their latest bests from around the campaign trail. first, here's a look at today's temperatures. >> "world news now" weather. brought to you by colonial penn life insurance.
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this was a powerful moment at the white house. president obama awarding the nation's highest military honor to retired lieutenant colonel charles kettle. a vietnam war helicopter pilot. he risked his own life running missions that saved more than 40 soldiers. the president called him a wonderful inspiration. in the meantime in cleveland, it was the recipient of a navy cross and a purple heart who brought the republican national convention crowd to their feet. >> retired navy s.e.a.l., marcus luttrell, he shared some tough love from the stage last night for veterans and the next generation. >> to the next generation, this is for you. your war is here. you don't have to go searching for it. your people are afraid. i stand among you, walking. i was allowed to walk with giants.
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all right? and now we're looking for the next generation of giants. who among you will love something more than yourself. who among you are going to step up and take the fight to the enemy, because it's here. i challenge all of you to fight for this country and for each and every one of us. look, the world outside of our borders is a dark place, a scary place. america is the light. and her people are the goodness that grows from that. she'll always be worth fighting for, and it was my greatest honor to fight for her every day of my adult life. all right? and i -- [ applause ] >> i just wanted to come up here and thank each and every one of you from the bottom of my heart for allowing me to serve you for 20 years. and a swear to god, i'll spend the next 20 paying you back. thank you again. god bless. [ cheers and applause ] >> i don't think he owes
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any payback. he received the navy cross and purple heart for his actions in 2005 while fighting the taliban in afghanistan. >> and if you've not read the story the lone survivor or seen the movie by mark wahlberg, both just really bring home how heroic his actions were in the mountain in 2005 in afghanistan and s.e.a.l. team ten. >> a true hero. no doubt. coming up, the art of the steal. >> the warning from the man who says he was the real author of donald trump's best selling book. why he's saying a trump presidency could be the end of civilization. that's next. presidency could be the end of civilization. that's fwhex.
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as donald as donald trump takes center stage at the republican national convention, the man who essentially first introduced trump to the world now is issuing a warning. >> we're talking about tony schwartz. there he is. he was the ghost writer for trump's best-selling book, "the art of the deal". praising trump's charm for acumen in business. >> now schwartz tells "the new yorker" that the book was essentially "lipstick on a pig."
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warning abc that trump could put the entire world in danger if he wins the presidency. >> mr. schwartz, thank you for joining us. you wrote "the art of the deal," donald trump didn't? >> i wrote every word of it. he made a few red marks when i handed him the manuscript, but that was it. >> i got to ask you about this sentence. you said, "i genuinely believe if he wins and gets the nuclear codes, there's a possibility it will lead to the end of civilization." that's an extreme statement. >> it's a terrifying thing. i haven't slept a night through since donald trump announced running for president. i believe he's so insecure and easily provoked and not particularly nearly as smart as people might imagine he is, and in the face of somebody like putin, provoking him cleverly, because putin's a heck of a lot smarter than trump, i do worry that with the nuclear codes he would end civilization as we
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know it. >> give us one concrete example of why it would lead you that to the that kind of anxiety from your 18 months with him. >> he has a short attention span. he was unable to do interviews with me past 10 or 15 minutes. finally i had to sit in his office and pick up the phone by the -- eight feet from his desk to listen in on his calls so i could turn this into a book. the idea we'd have somebody with a tiny attention span, my 2-year-old grandson has a longer attention span than donald trump, is itself terri terrifying. this is a complex and difficult world as we know just from the events of the last week. >> i know he called you and said have a nice life. let's talk about points he and supporters will make. one, you kept your silence for a long time, for years, for more than a decade. you collected millions of dollars on this book. you're a lifelong liberal. you've given money to democrats year after year. you have an agenda. >> i do have an agenda.
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it's about donald trump's character. he has no ideology. he's not a person who has beliefs, except the belief that he himself should prevail in the end. so really what i'm talking about is character. and every american should be concerned about his character. >> if that's the case, why keep your silence for so long? >> because we had a successful experience together. i never, in a million years thought he would run for president. had i thought that 30 years ago, i wouldn't have written the book. for 29 years, i didn't think he would. i didn't feel i should speak out. i now feel it's my civic duty. i have nothing to gain from this. i have given every dollar of royalties since he announced presidency to a series of nonprofit causes aimed at the people whose rights he wants to abridge. immigration groups and the like. >> you said nothing you wrote
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was on its face false in the book. do you stand by that? >> you know, no. i suspect there are quite a number of things that were false. in middle of when i was writing the book, he was telling me about his three casinos and how successful they were while at the very same time, all three of them were going bankrupt. so, no, it's full of falsehoods. >> do you regret writing the book? >> i do. had he not run for president, i wouldn't, but if this contributes to him being elected president, i think this is a man with more sociopathic tendencies than any candidate in my adult life that i've observed. so yeah, i do regret writing the book. >> all that, trump said schwartz had little role in writing the actual book. that he wrote all of the book. we started the newscast with plagiarism, and now another controversy.
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engaging with them on facebook and twitter. >> a little bit truth trump slipped out. a trumpian slip, trying to tell the truth. that's what that is. >> me interviewing me, that's what i call a great idea. >> are you familiar with man splaning? >> yeah. that's when a man explains something to a woman in a patronizing way. >> actually, it's when a man explains something to a woman in a condescending way, but you were close. >> reporter: expert impersonations have lifted "snl's sketches." >> remember when i told everyone to stop talking about your damn e-mails? what a schmuck. [ laughter ] >> i know. >> stupid! >> reporter: in a campaign year where the rhetoric has gone where few could imagine -- >> you know what they say about men with small hands. >> look at those hands. are they small hands? i guarantee you there's no problem. i guarantee you. >> reporter: he's seemed impervious to the barrage of
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barbs heralded his way. >> he's saying he could build a wall at 40% of what it would cost others which i would say is an insane magic trick if i thought his tiny fingers could wrap around a magic wand. >> black people supporting trump? >> do you know how wrong you have to be for a pope to dislike you? >> i've said a few things about you over the years that -- that are, you know, impolite company perhaps, unforgivable. >> almost. >> almost -- >> and some nice things. >> i don't remember. >> reporter: the gop convention getting underway, one things seems certain -- >> we all know this is the craziest election americans have seen. >> reporter: abc news, new york. >> just imagine what it will be like tonight. >> they're getting a lot of material throughout both of these conventions. looking forward to see how they continue on. nice to have a nice note to end on. >> four more months of christmas. >> thank you for joining us. >> that's the news for this half
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this morning on "world news now," a roller coaster ride on the first day of the republican national convention. >> from delegates fighting on the floor to the grand entrance of the presumptive nominee, and then developing overnight, did melania trump's prime time speech plagiarize word for word michelle obama's primetime speech? >> with all the no shows, the pressure falls on the trump family. we'll see what ivanka has to say about the people sitting this one out. we have analysis of the rnc. in the baton rouge, the community rocked by the deaths of three police officers. we're learning new details of the take down of the killer and the emotional moment when both
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families of the divide came together for peace. seaside scare. a creature emerges from the waves terrifying sunbathers. what was it doing in the ocean? we'll unravel this mystery in the mix on this tuesday, july 19th. >> imagine seeing that. you don't see that every day. >> imagine the reaction. you see the shadow and think a shark. oh, no, it's just a boar. wait, it's running at me. >> you run for the trenches, i'd say, at that point. good morning. happy tuesday. how are you? >> i'm okay. i hope everybody else is doing all right. we're following all the developments at the rnc today and the latest that came out now is people examining this speech from melania trump. the reason being there are two paragraphs in it -- not the whole speech. starkingly similar to michelle obama's speech. >> you do michelle and i do melania. three, two, one.
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>> values that you work hard for, what you want in life that your word is your bond and you do what you say and you keep your promise and that you treat people with respect. >> dignity and respect. >> doesn't sound familiar. >> an unconventional opening night in cleveland, even with that aside. >> and flanked by blinding white lights, trump broke tradition by taking the stage on day one to introduce his wife. his remarks were brief, but in the most anticipated speech of the evening, melania tried to make the case for her husband and show his softer side. >> protesters popped up several times. some even unfurling banners. they were quickly shouted down and escorted out. marci gonzalez joins us live.
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>> reporter: good morning. there was a mix of speakers including six former reality tv stars, and they made no mention of another controversy that happened here on the floor earlier. instead they focussed on praising donald trump and bashing his presumptive democratic opponent. ♪ the night's theme, make america safe again. >> usa! usa! >> reporter: but as much as the message on the first night of the republican national convention was about national security and recent violence -- >> i would like to make something very clear. blue lives matter in america. >> reporter: the focus also stayed sharply on hillary clinton. >> a woman who feels she's entitled to the presidency. >> reporter: and the 2012 attack in benghazi. >> hillary failed to protect her people on the ground. >> reporter: clinton speaking earlier at a campaign event in
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cincinnati. >> i am thrilled to be here. >> reporter: while in cleveland donald trump took to the convention stage. >> my wife, an amazing mother, an incredible woman, melania trump. >> reporter: introducing the night's headliner, his wife, melania. >> he's tough when he has to be, but he's also kind and fair and caring. >> reporter: attempting to show a softer side of the presumptive gop nominee and unify the party after drama earlier on the floor. >> roll call vote! >> reporter: anti-trump delegates trialing and failing to take steps to block trump's nomination. >> if they want unity, treat us respectfully. >> reporter: the never trump movement could protest today, but with no chance of success as delegates vote to officially name trump as the party's nominee. >> and what -- we talked about
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it briefly, but what to make of that controversy with the speeches? >> reporter: oh, with melania's speech. at first after she gave her speech, she got a lot of praise for her poise and message. then people started to realize that at least parts of it sounded a lot like michelle obama'stuate convention -- obama's 2008 convention speech. we'll let you listen to a part of both of those speeches now. >> because we want our children and all children in this nation to know that the only limit to the height of your achievements is the reach of your dreams and your willingness to work hard for them. >> because we want our children in this nation to know that the only limit to your achievements is the strength of your dreams and your willingness to work for them. [ applause ] >> marci, we know in these situations, these people
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frequently aren't writing their own speeches. how much of this falls to them and what happens with all of this now? >> reporter: well, earlier in the night melania said she wrote this speech herself, quote, with as little help as possible. so not sure if there's any blame, where it might fall, but, yeah, she was taking responsibility. but she hasn't commented yet since all the speculation about the similarities. >> maybe the help was just two little lines. >> and then there was a lot of argument over the delegate rules. where does this stand? is it finally over? >> reporter: it appears to be finally over. there could be some more protests on the floor later today, but it's not expected to make a difference, but it does kind of go against that unity message that trump and the gop leaders are trying to send. >> all right. abc's marci gonzalez live for us at this early morning hour in cleveland. thank you.
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former new york mayor also gave probably the most fiery speech of the night. he slammed hillary clinton and touted trump as a great leader who will keep the country safe. >> for more on the national security theme and what it means for trump, let's turn to rick kline. good morning, rick. >> reporter: the politics of fear front and center in the first night of donald trump's republican national convention. lots of scary talk from speakers here of illegal immigrants. fear of crime. fear of terrorism. all of those things put in the spotlight by donald trump, and then the capstone of the night, donald trump appearing early to introduce his wife, and his wife making the case that he is the solution to those problems. he is the solution to that fear. this was a disorganized night. it was a meandering night at times. effective in terms of presenting his family, starting to show what a trump convention is about and framing his campaign in a slightly different light about safety and security and about himself as the answer to those concerns. >> all right.
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thanks to rick in cleveland. looking ahead to tonight's schedule in cleveland, the theme is make america work again. >> donald trump jr. and tiffany trump are among the speakers. paul ryan and chris christie will also address the delegates. abc's political team is there, as you see, with exclusive reporting throughout the day and evening including a live special report in all time zones at 10:00 p.m. tonight. you can find a live stream on abc news digital. and next to baton rouge, louisiana, and an outpouring of emotion for the police officers ambushed there. hundreds gathered for a vigil last night to honor the officers. this after police released video showing the gunman's movements on sunday morning. they said the officers were "intentionally targeted and assassinated." the shooter was carrying two rifles and a pistol. he was killed by a s.w.a.t. team sniper who fired from 100 yards away. they believe if he hadn't been taken down, he would have caused for bloodshed. this was the scene at a
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memorial. the father of officer montrell jackson meal the aunt of alton sterile. sandra sterling says they're hurting for the family as they come to grips with the death. >> i'm hurting for them. i want to let them know it's okay. i want to hug them and let them know i understand. and i'm so sorry. >> she also said she learned of the violence from a text message while she was in church. at that point, she says she fell to her knees in prayer. in germany, four people recovering from wounds received on board a train. the attacker was armed with a knife and axe and was later shot and killed by police. he was identified as a 17-year-old refugee from afghanistan. the motive is not known, but the attack is sure to rouse debate about refugees. germany has welcomed hundreds of thousands of migrants in the past year. in turkey nearly 9,000
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police officers, bureaucrats, and others have been fired following that attempted coup. the alleged ringleader, a former air force commander, has been taken into custody. the turkish president said he escaped death by a few moments saying soldiers supporting the coup killed two of his body guards when they stormed the resort where he'd been staying. a massachusetts man being charged with murder for allegedly killing a teenager who showed up at the wrong house. jeffrey lovell was ordered held without bail during a court appearance. prosecutors say he fired a single shot through his front door, killing a 15-year-old. the victim and a friend had apparently been drinking and were unfamiliar with the neighborhood. they went to the wrong house when looking for a friend. health officials this morning investigating a unique case involving the zika virus in utah. a person who cared for a relative with zika virus also got the virus. without sexual contact or a mosquito involved. the investigation is focused on determining how the person became infected after having
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contact with the deceased patient who had a uniquely high amount of virus in the blood. a southern california teen has one record under his belt already and is aiming for another. he's just 16 years old, isiah cooper. he's now the youngest african-american pilot to fly around the united states. >> so he was a member of a program for at-risk inner city youth that teaches them about aviation. cooper and his instructor reached washington state, maine, florida, and back to california but ran into rough weather in wyoming. >> i didn't want to continue with the trip, but he kept pushing me, and they kept pushing me, and after that we got this plane and i continued on, and now i'm here. >> the whole trip took about two weeks. cooper's next goal -- to fly around the world, of course, by himself, though, this time. and that would be at a younger age than anyone has done it. the current record is 19. >> he's already on course at 16 doing this.
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amazing feat. that trip would take him around about 8,000 miles. >> that's right. >> or this trip. >> this trip was 8,000 miles. coming up, we will have some more from the republican national convention including donald trump's oldest daughter getting ready for her turn in the spotlight. >> what she had to say to the high-profile republicans refusing to attend the convention. and later, taylor swift and kanye west, the feud is boiling over on the internet. find out what really was said between the two before the beef exploded on to the world stage. also check out our behind-the-scenes pics on instagram. you're watching "world news now."
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bob former senator bob dole is the only past republican nominee in attendance at the gop convention. dole, now 92, sat next to trump's running mate, mike pence last night, and melania trump gave him a shout out. it was the key no shows that emphasized how divided the party is. the bush family declined including former presidents and jeb bush. romney staying away after focusing on the never trump movement. john mccain is in arizona focusing on his reelection campaign, he says, and you won't see john kasich even though the convention is being held in his
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state. >> the absence of many of those people is apparently hitting a nerve with the trump family. overall, lara spencer sat down with donald trump's daughter, ivanka trump. she blasted the so-called republican establishment for turning their backs on that week's convention. >> hoarse what -- here's what she had to say. >> i want to ask you about the convention. many not attending. what do you think it is about your father that makes him such a polarizing figure? >> my father is an outsider, and we went through a very tough primary season. he emerged from that the winner, but there were ruffled feathers along the way. i do think there's much more unity than the media reports. >> was that hurtful to hear? that some major figures in the party would not -- >> no. that's their choice. if they don't want to be part of
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the narrative, if they don't want to be part of the future, that is their decision. but this really is about a forward-looking moment. >> the interview with lara spencer is airing later on "gma." and ivanka introduces her dad thursday at the convention. >> and the whole point, they're trying to show the man that is donald trump. they're separating from what he's been on the campaign trail and showing what he's like behind the scenes. the whole family essentially speaking. >> yeah. and one of the themes is that he's a good man. you'll hear that throughout the convention. >> tonight we hear from donald trump jr. and tiffany. coming up, igniting the famous feud between kanye west and taylor swift. >> the details about that infamous phone call. you're watching "world news now." now."
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♪ ♪ so to looks like it might not be water under the bridge for kanye west and taylor swift. >> their famous feud reignited and catching fire across social media over an apparent phone call. we have the latest. >> i feel like me and taylor might still have sex. why? i made it famous -- >> reporter: when he called taylor with that naughty word, she was not happy. a rep saying it had a misogynistic message, and she was never made aware of that lyric. fast forward, and now kim kardashian posting on snapchat what appears to be a phone call between kanye and taylor talking about the song. >> i'm really glad that you had the respect to call me and tell me that as a friend.
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>> reporter: the "keeping up with the kardashians" star says she's speaking out to defend her husband. i'm speaking the truth. he called her, spoke to her. >> swift firing back writing, "i was never given the full story or played any part of the song. i would very much like to be excluded from this narrative. one that i have never asked to be a part of since 2009." ♪ >> and the plot could thicken even more. now there are questions being raised over whether it was legal for kim kardashian to have recorded that conversation. in california, you need both parties' consent. in new york you don't. >> who is saying they recorded it in california? >> no one knows. >> could get out of it that way. >> the question is where was it recorded? who knew about it.
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a little touch is all it takes. k-y touch. okay. this pokemon craze has really gone just absolutely insane. now you have kids who are running away from home all because of it. there's a young scottish boy whose parents apparently deleted his pokemon. so he was like that's it. i'm gone. so he packed up his clothes. this is his sister recording. his clothes are gone. she recorded all of this on her snapchat. the 10-year-old scottish boy cleared up everything and ran away from home because he was frustrated over all those lost pokemons that mom -- he was not happy. deleted.
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apparently we're not exactly sure where he is, but he's not home. he went to some relatives' home. >> are you sure he ran away because he was angry, or maybe he knew there were a lot of pokemon somewhere else and he wanted to get them back? >> maybe his aunt's house was a lure. that was probably what was behind it. so a lot of people have a fear of the ocean, and understandably so. there are a few scary things in there, but beach goers in northern poland weren't anticipating this. as they're enjoying the sun, they see something in the water that looks a little strange. there it is, a wild boar. the thing took off, started knocking over their little sunbathers. started knocking people over. they started -- eventually people thought, we need to get away from this thing. we'll go into the water. guess what. wild boars, not afraid of water. they chased people pretty much everywhere until final at the just got bored and took off. >> i guess that's why they call it wild, don't they? >> i went to a beach once that had -- the beach's pet was the wild board.
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he walked around and flopped his belly in front of you to rub it. more friendly than that one. >> and this is more friendly of a scene. look at this canine that does some 22 pushups for a noble cause. the canine and his handler, they were in -- overseas, and they were doing 22 pushups every day for 22 days, and it is all as a benefit for veteran cause there. cute to see the dog do that. >> the dog is a patriot, in case there was any doubt. and here's what not to do when watching a bike race. there was a spectator in china watching a big race. and they wanted to get a photo. he just jumped out into the middle, and, yeah, you can pretty much anticipate what would have happened next. we're not sure if that person managed to get the shot they wanted, the photo they wanted, but there was a photo of him being arrested. >> yeah. >> he did get another photo to commemorate the experience. >> hopefully all the riders are all right. >> yeah. >> he did get another photo to
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this morning on "world news now," taking the stage, donald this morning on "world news now," taking the stage, donald trump's cinematic entrance at the republican national convention. looking to rebrand himself as the party hope to unite. we'll have the late e from the busy first day in cleveland. >> and including the developing accusations that melania trump may have plagiarized portions of her speech. and hear the source she's accused of stealing it from. and she was last night's show stopper. the brave young lady with the courageous story who brought the crowd to their feet and many to tears. >> it's tuesday, july 19th.
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♪ from abc news, this is "world news now." >> good morning. >> a dramatic kickoff in cleveland. >> melania trump gave a speech, but her choice of words in some parts of the speech are strikingly similar to michelle obama's speech eight years ago. the campaign released a statement saying she worked on the speech with a team of writers, but the statement does not deny that portions of the speech were lifted from obama's. >> she followed a parade of speakers who blasted hillary clinton and praised trump as the strong leader the united states needs. we have more now from cleveland. >> reporter: a theatrical entrance for donald trump, walking out in silhouette to the tune of "we are the champions".
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>> we're going to win big. thank you very much. >> reporter: trump introducing his wife, melania. >> the next first lady of the united states. >> reporter: she took the stage and essentially introduced herself to america. >> i was born in slovenia. a small, beautiful and then communist country in central europe. >> reporter: ironically, given the contention role of immigration, she told a classic immigration story. >> from a young age, my parents impressed on me the values that you work hard for what you want in life. that your worth is your bond and you do what you say and keep your promise. that you treat people with respect. [ applause ] >> reporter: the official theme of the night was make america safe again. >> make america safe again. >> make america safe and great again. >> it's time to make america
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safe again. >> who would trust hillary clinton to protect them? i wouldn't. would you? >> blue lives matter in america. [ applause ] >> reporter: night one of the republican convention also had some celebrity touches. willie robertson from "duck dynasty," and scott baio, famous from "happy days." most events were tightly scripted and choreographed. things got off to an unruly start. >> delegates, once again i need your help and cooperation. >> reporter: an outright revolt on the floor. >> you are ignoring delegates elected to this convention. >> reporter: they tried to call a roll call vote on convention rules that deny those delegates
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for trump. the chairman of the convention came to the podium and basically rammed the rules through. >> all over this say aye. all those opposed, no. and the opinion of the chair, the ayes have it. >> reporter: pandemonium ensued. the chairman simply walked off stage. we saw the type of discord you basically never see at modern conventions. one guy threw down his credentials. the entire colorado delegation when we come backed out leaving rows of empty seats. and the floor fight was not the only unusual development. in another break from tradition, hillary clinton was out on the trail. usually the candidate from the opposing party lays low during the other party's convention. not this time. >> what can i do to stop the dangerous, divisive candidate from getting within 1,000 miles of the white house? i can tell you, it is not enough to yell at your tv screen. >> that's dan harris in cleveland for us. >> that's right. after the rules fight on the floor during the day, it was full speed ahead for the
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primetime audience. donald trump took the stage in epic fashion making what might be his shortest speech of the entire campaign season while sprucing his wife melania. >> abc's marci gonzalez has more including what's happening in and around the arena in cleveland. she joins us with the latest. good morning. what's the general feeling there going into day two? >> i want to give you a sense of the overall feeling walking into this arena and being in cleveland. it's incredible just how secure things are around here. there are so many fences and barricades up and so many police. 500 police officers from cleveland. about 2,500 officers from other parts of the country, and the security is so incredibly tight coming into the arena where the convention is being held. the screening you have to go through just to get in is even more intense and thorough than going through tsa screening. >> and then melania -- i'm sorry?
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>> you got upgraded. >> no, i'm reading the word melania and calling you that, melania, marci. >> reporter: wait. you said that's an up -- >> dollar wise. looksweis, not at all. i'm going to get out of here. >> we've seen protests outside. there were also some inside, and it seemed a little unruly there today. how is this being handled? >> reporter: yeah, there were about two protesters inside during the event last night, and they really didn't cause that much of a disruption. i mean, you definitely noticed they were there, but the speakers just kept on talking while all of that commotion was going on and those two protesters were taken out without any major incident, and, of course, the protests outside, police knew to expect them. they're making sure they remain peaceful. >> rudy giuliani said it's proof
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that we're getting to them, the fact that there were protesters there interrupting his speech. hillary clinton is making moves tonight we saw. what are they? >> reporter: well, she's still out campaigning while all of this is going on. she's out continuing her campaign. she had some events yesterday including some in other parts of the ohio. she's continuing to rail against trump's running mate, mike pence, calling him the most extreme v.p. pick in a generation on social issues, and she's not giving a timeline on when she may name her running mate. back to you. >> marci, the beautiful and wonderful, always, marci gonzalez joining us from. >> you're back pedaling. >> i'm digging. marci, thank you. and later on, judge for yourself. melania trump and michelle obama's speeches. was it plagiarism? we'll have that this half hour. over in germany, a 17-year-old refugee attacked train passengers with a ax and knife. those were visitors from hong
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kong, four of them. police shot and killed him. more than a dozen other passengers were treated for shock. some said he shouted "god is great" during the attack. and in france, emotions ran high as mourners removed flowers in nice where 48 people were killed in a terror attack. people piled trash and left angry notes, some even spit on the ground as other applauded. new tensions this morning on the korean peninsula after north korea launched three ballistic missiles off its coast. the launch was apparently in response to south korea's agreement with the u.s. over a missile defense system. and one of the officers killed in baton rouge is being singled out for his actions in trying to save another officer. 45-year-old brad garafalo was trying to pull an officer to safety when he was killed. the photos show the gunman intentionally killed the officers.
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the shooter was killed from a sniper who fired from 100 yards away. and another baltimore police officer has been cleared of charges in the freddie gray case. lieutenant brian rice was the highest ranking officer charged in the death. gray suffered from spinal injuries while in a police van and died a week later. the acquittal got a round of applause. one person is dead after a severe thunderstorm in the northeast last evening. a 26-year-old woman was killed in new jersey after a downed wire fell on her car as she was trying to get out of it. >> high winds knocked down trees and a microburst in new england brought hail as well. there was also a report of a tornado in northern maine. every major northeastern airport had to halt operations at some point yesterday afternoon because of the weather. taking a look at today's forecast, it should be much nicer in the northeast today. the south will see heavy rain and excessive head. rain north and heavy rain in the rockies. >> it look nicer. -- it will be nicer. temperatures will be in the 80s
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the upper midwest, as well. in the 90s in central plains and south, and phoenix and salt lake city will hit triple digits. seattle and portland will be in the mid 70s. coming up, last night's main event at the republican national convention. donald trump's better half takes the stage in the highest profile public address of her life, but were the words her own or borrowed from first lady michelle obama? and the wild moments on "the bachelorette." last night, the hometown visits and the surprise drama from one of the guys' exes. that's ahead in "the skinny." you're watching "world news now." world news now weather, brought to you by my pillow. world news now weather, brought to you by my pillow. pillow.
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last night's keynote address at the republican national at the republican national convention was supposed to be the center of the night. >> there was a lot of buildup, but did melania trump in her highest profile speech ever borrow words from michelle obama? here's one passage. >> because we want our children and all children in this nation to know that the only limits of the height of your achievements is the reach of your dreams and your willingness to work hard for them. >> because we want our children in this nation to know that the only limit to your achievements is the strength of your dreams and your willingness to work for them. >> so that was one of two passages now in question. the only difference, by the way, between those two was the use of the word height of your dreams by michelle obama. melania just said your dreams, and i'm sorry, she said the
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strength of your dreams. >> height versus the strength. the only difference -- >> and the reach versus the strength of your dreams. those were the two words different. >> two words. i don't see the fuss. >> and another part seemed similar to michelle obama's from 2008. >> and barack and i were raised with so many of the same values, like you work hard for what you want in life, that your word is your bond, that you do what you say you're going to do, that you treat people with dignity and respect. >> the values that you work hard for what you want in life, that your word is your bond and you do what you say and keep your promise. that you treat people with respect. >> okay. i'm reading here that the reaction -- you listen to that one and the main difference is the respect
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and dignity part? >> yes. michelle obama said dignity and respect. melania just said respect, and michelle said what you do what you say you're going to do. and melania said do what you say and keep your promise. >> i don't understand how that happened. >> sorry -- very similar. >> melania said, i wrote the entire speech with as little help as possible. the campaign is saying in writing her beautiful speech, her team of writers, team of writers took notes on her life inspiration and in some instances, included fragments that reflected her own thinking. >> they haven't fully addressed -- >> not quite. >> what happened here. in fairness, she did give an entire speech. these are just two passages. a lot of questions over how exactly this happened. >> in fairness, other people have dropped out of presidential campaigns in the past for plagiarizing. than she's running for president, but signature speech. all right. when we come back, last night's other big event.
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the surprise drama on "the bachelorette." >> our senior analyst is back. "the skinny" is next. i don't think there was any plagiarism last night. >> no? jojo didn't borrow from the first lady? >> no. ♪ no? jojo didn't borrow from the first lady? >> no. p?p?o?gv (tiffany) ask yourself what your children or cigarettes. for as long as i can remember, my mother smoked. she died from lung cancer when i was 16. i could not take the chance of continuing smoking and not being here for my daughter. i know how much i needed my mom still, and i didn't realize it until i had lost her. you can quit. for free help, call 1-800-quit-now.
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missed you. it's actually been a couple weeks since we've had an update about "the bachelorette." it's getting down to crunch time. >> we've also missed "the bachelorette" analyst, jack sheehan. welcome back, jack. >> thank you. thank you for having me. >> big cliffhanger. >> yes. before that i want to be clear the analyst wrote this by himself. let's get that out of the way. >> nobody else would. >> nobody else would, right. where we left off with this, when the episode started last night, there were four guys left -- chase, jordan, our man robby, and luke. >> my man is jordan. i want to be clear on that. >> just be clear on that. you wrote that yourself. let's roll the beautiful footage. this is chase's hometown, highlands ranch, colorado. chance has been guarded with his emotions so far. he said he's falling in love with jojo. things went well for chase and the family.
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his parents are divorced, but he was good to go. so that's fine. next, jordan's hometown. your guy. chico, california. that's jordan rogers. >> where's aaron? >> where is he? he's not really close with the family, so that sort of weighs on them. >> it was what it was. >> okay. >> and this was another quality hometown visit for jordan and jojo. that's pretty much all you can say about it. frankly, nothing happened. aaron rodgers wasn't there. >> olivia munn wasn't there. >> right. moving on. robbie's hometown, st. augustine, florida. that's our man, robbie. he has a big family. things got a little -- >> that's huge. >> yeah. things got a little dicey when robbie went to talk to his mom. >> uh-oh. >> yeah. here's why. robbie, she told him that the roommate of robbie's ex, whose
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name was hope was kicking up a fuss that robbie broke up just to go on the show. so robbie basically winds up telling jojo there's no truth to any of that whatsoever. robbie says once he got slapped by hope, he never spoke to her again. so they're okay. moving on quickly, luke's hometown, burnett, texas. family, big group of friends there. all was well. blah, blah, blah, whatever. luke just couldn't get to the i love you part. >> okay. >> okay. time for the rose ceremony. >> yeah. >> they were in an airplane hangar. jojo and the jojos there, and luke calls a time-out on the whole thing. they finally get outside. they get outside the airplane hangar. he lays on the i love you thing, and jojo, you know, the meltdown. she doesn't know what to do next, and --
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>> too late, luke. >> yeah. too little too late is right. next week a double shot. >> can't wait. >> that's it? wait. >> that's it?
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...gently whiten... ...and fortify weak spots. use together for 2 times stronger enamel. crest 3d white. ♪ ♪ well done, calvin harris. >> yeah. thank you. this is what you came for in the top five. >> back again. >> yeah. >> speaking of music, we want to take you to someone who was yesterday's show stopper for the day of the republican national convention kicking off last night's prime time events. >> 20-year-old marlana vanhues couldn't see the crowd, but she could hear their cheers after she performed her rendition of the national anthem. ♪ o say can you see
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♪ by the dawn's early light ♪ what so proudly we hailed ♪ at the twilight's last gleaming ♪ ♪ whose broad stripes and bright stars ♪ ♪ through the perilous fight ♪ o'er the ramparts we watched ♪ ♪ were so gallantly streaming ♪ and the rockets red glare ♪ the bombs bursting in air ♪ gave proof through the night
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that our flag was still there ♪ o say does that star spangled banner yet wave ♪ ♪ or the land of the free and the home of the brave ♪ [ applause ] >> we're even going to skip the slow clap and just going full on. >> that was amazing. again, her name is marlana vanhuse. she'll be live later this morning. we can't wait to hear her again.
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making news in america this morning, the republican national convention, melania trump speaking to america about her husband's kindness and compassion, but allegations of plagiarism overshadowing her appearance. >> that your work is your bond and you do what you say and keep your promise. >> that your word is your bond, that you do what you say you're going to do. >> oh, her comments sounding a lot like michelle obama's speech. this morning the trump campaign responds. and delegates walk out after a fight on the convention floor. we're live in cleveland. medical mystery. new fears about the zika virus after a caregiver in the u.s. is infected while looking after someone with the virus. and severe storms turn deadly. over 100 million americans are also about t

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