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good morning, america. donald trump's huge moment. >> i humbly and gratefully accept your nomination for the presidency of the united states. >> he accepts the gop nomination with the longest speech in decades. >> i am the law and order candidate which is why i alone can fix it. >> taking on terror, immigration and hillary clinton. >> this is the legacy of hillary clinton -- death, destruction, terrorism and weakness. >> daughter ivanka reaches out to women. >> at my father's company, there are more female than male executives. >> and he promises to fight for forgotten americans. >> my pledge reads, i'm with
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you, the american people. i am your voice. speculation growing this morning about hillary clinton's pick to join her ticket ahead of the democrats' convention. massive life-threatening heat wave. 25 states from california to new york on alert as temperatures top 100 degrees forcing this highway to buckle. more than 100 million americans feeling the heat. new warnings as the dangerous weather moves east. he's out. one of the most powerful people in all of media, fox news chief roger ailes resigns after those sexual harassment charges. outrage is growing over reports of a $60 million payout. we have some of what fox's top talent are saying now. ♪ there they are ♪ dollar bills and sia bringing the "thrills" live in central park topping charts, stunning crowds. now swinging live on to our stage for a giant performance this morning. ♪
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look at central park this morning. how many people have come out for sia, the wigs are out. they were lining up all night long. this is the biggest crowd yet this summer for her concert, cannot wait for that. it's coming up. there was also a lot of excitement in cleveland for donald trump with that speech. a lot of reaction pouring in, as well, it's the longest one i've ever seen, 75 minutes' long. he painted a dark picture of america today. said only he can fix it and democrats led by hillary clinton and bernie sanders lash back on twitter. clinton's tweet, you are not our voice. >> and, of course, trump's entire family was there to support him. but all eyes were on the youngest trump, barron, the one child who did not make a speech at the convention. certainly got a lot of attention last night because, yeah, he was having a tough time. he's 10 years old sitting through the entire speech, yawning, definitely past his bedtime, i would say. abc's tom llamas was there for all of the excitement on the
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floor and he joins us now from cleveland with the very latest. good morning, tom. >> reporter: amy, good morning to you. also striking how much barron trump looks just like his father even at the age of 10. now, you could say donald trump pretty much covered everything last night and he almost did because it was the longest speech of his political career. the big question this morning, will voters remember what donald trump said last night instead of everything else that happened at his convention? the balloon drop, the confetti, the celebrating, all for donald trump. >> i humbly and gratefully accept your nomination for the presidency of the united states. >> reporter: under a giant trump digital banner, the republican nominee for president launching right into his law and order theme. >> the attacks on our police and the terrorism of our cities threaten our very way of life.
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any politician who does not grasp this danger is not fit to lead our country. >> reporter: trump not backing off his tough stance on illegal immigration. >> we are going to build a great border wall to stop illegal immigration. to stop the gangs and the violence and to stop the drugs from pouring into our communities. >> reporter: and the mention of hillary clinton's name sending the crowd into a frenzy, trump building the case against his rival. >> this is the legacy of hillary clinton -- death, destruction, terrorism and weakness. >> reporter: the billionaire also speaking to blue collar voters. >> these are people who work hard, but no longer have a voice. i am your voice.
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>> reporter: chants of usa breaking out. >> all: usa, usa! >> reporter: and when a protester unveiled a sign that read build bridges, not walls, trump staying composed not attacking and revving up the crowd with this reaction. >> how great are our police and how great is cleveland? [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: earlier in the night ivanka introducing him, she's been there from the start when he announced his candidacy. >> for more than a year, donald trump has been the people's champion and tonight he is the people's nominee. at my father's company, there are more female than male executives. women are paid equally for the work that we do, and when a woman becomes a mother, she is supported, not shut out. >> reporter: before the night's end trump returned to hillary clinton.
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>> my opponent asks her supporters to recite a three-word loyalty pledge, it reads, i'm with her. i choose to recite a different pledge. my pledge reads, i'm with you, the american people. >> reporter: trump's family and his running mate mike pence's family joining him on stage and before leaving the convention hall, trump making this promise. >> we will make america strong again. we will make america proud again. we will make america safe again. and we will make america great again. god bless you and good night. i love you! >> reporter: and trump seeming to make history last night as
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the first republican candidate to ever address the lgbtq community from the convention hall. trump saying if he becomes president he will do everything to protect the citizens in that community, george. >> tom, thanks. let's bring in our political team, matt doud, donna brazile and jon karl. usually they take the opportunity to show a different side of themself, maybe reach out to voters who have some doubts. donald trump doubled down on exactly who he was, the crowd loved it. how about those outside that hall? >> well, here's a guy that now wants to totally embrace the law and order part and came across as sort of batman, the crime fighting superhero, but he came across more as the dark knight in the course of that speech last night. i thought it's okay to go talk about all the problems in america because two-thirds of the country think we're off on the wrong track and more than half of the country thinks they've lost the american dream in the course of this, but i
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thought he should have moved to more uplifting language, something more optimistic, because voters want you to understand their fears and move to their hopes. >> donna brazile, democratic strategist, anything here last night worry you? >> not really. this was a classic donald trump what i call rally. a rally where he tried to tell the faithful, look, i'm your strong man. i can make everything happen for you. in fact, donald trump last night said i can fix every problem basically in the whole world because he alone has the superpowers to do it. >> on day one. >> but the problem, george, is that donald trump had an opportunity, an easy pitch to the american people. he's the outsider, he's the anti-establishment candidate. donald trump could have said, america, i know how to get things done by bringing us together. he failed to do that. >> classic donald trump, also echoes of richard nixon. >> absolutely and he was -- his speech has been panned by a lot of what he would call the elites as being too dark, too negative, too pessimistic. but he's speaking like nixon in a direct echo to what he called last night the forgotten americans, the silent majority,
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who feel left behind by the economy over the last several decades, who feel concern about riding crime in our cities, terrorism, that's who he's speaking to. >> okay, hold on. we'll come back and talk about the democrats but now let's go to amy. all right, george, and yes, all eyes are turning to the democratic convention kicking off monday in philadelphia. take a look live at the stage there. it was just revealed as anticipation builds over who hillary clinton will choose as her running mate. abc's cecilia vega is on the campaign trail in tampa, florida, for us this morning. good morning, cecilia. >> reporter: amy, good morning to you. this has been a process shrouded in secrecy, even the big question of when this announcement will happen, we know that hillary clinton is expected to appear with her vp pick at some point during a two-day swing through florida. that starts today. this morning, crunch time for hillary clinton. her field of vp picks narrowing and the potential running mates talking about everything but the veepstakes. the name rising to the top of the pack, virginia senator tim
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kaine acknowledging he's in the running but not giving any hints. >> it's kind of surreal, but, you know, being mentioned is -- has no connection with, you know, anything. >> reporter: another contender, new jersey senator cory booker. tweeting this photo saying, proud to be in cleveland supporting secretary clinton and pushing back against the hate, hyperbole and lies. but while he was willing to go there on donald trump -- >> it's as if truth means nothing. >> reporter: booker played vague on the vp process. >> you're talking to a former football player. i'm happy to do what the coach asks me to do and play whatever role the team wants me to play. >> reporter: the democrats now releasing their all-star lineup for philly. a who's who of political superpower from the current president and first lady to the former president and first husband hopeful. even old political rivals will take the stage from bernie sanders to elizabeth warren, and
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some major star power too. celebrities like demi lovato and eva longoria will have leading roles. lady gaga and lenny kravitz headlining parties. ♪ go ♪ and you're going to hear me roar ♪ >> reporter: even katy perry will be there calling herself clinton's number one fan. but before philly that vp pick and, amy, tim kaine is considered by many in the party to be the safe choice for hillary clinton. >> all right, and cecilia, we know the announcement could come at any moment. do we know how hillary is going to make that news known? >> well, even that is shrouded in secrecy, amy, but she has told her supporters that they'll get a text message letting them know who the name is so we expect to see that hopefully over the next day or so. >> checking their phones there. george, back to you. >> they don't want it to leak but come in on the phones.
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let's talk about this more. you just heard cecilia. tim kaine, the safe choice. a lot of democrats i talk to think if she really wanted to grab the mantel she would pick elizabeth warren. >> no question that hillary clinton has what i believe really four stellar individuals to pick from. i keep hearing tim kaine myself. and by the way, i'm a tim kaine fan. he was the chair of the democratic party as well as the former governor of virginia. you know, governor vilsack, the agriculture secretary, cory booker, there are so many people in the mix, i keep hearing that it is down to two candidates and we might know something later today. >> george, i think she's got a big choice to make. it's either a safe choice to say we're experienced and safe and steady, three yards and a cloud of dust, or she's going to throw it way down the field and make a big pick as you say to embrace the idea of change in the course of this. my thought is that they're afraid to put two women on a ticket and how that would be received by the american public. >> an interesting echo of 1992 when bill clinton chose al gore, you know, two guys from the south. here, we would have two women from the northeast, but my sense
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is they don't feel they need to throw a long ball here. they feel that, you know, kaine would be a solid pick. if he could help them take virginia they believe -- >> halfway home. >> it's her thing to try to step on any bounce donald trump's going to get from last night. >> i tell you one thing -- the last thing democrats will do is make the american people depressed. we'll help lift the spirit of america so get ready, gentlemen, i'm going to make them dance. i'm going to make you dance. george, after being with matt all week, i had to lose something. >> you guys will be here sunday on "this week" and of course the whole team every night of the democratic convention. back to amy. >> all right, george, thanks so much. now to the extreme, life-threatening heat affecting more than 100 million people across this country and ginger is outside our studio with the very latest on the triple-digit temperatures headed so many people's way. good morning to you, ginger. >> good morning, amy. and good morning, everybody. we have temperatures in the mid to upper 70s already here in parts of the northeast but it's not just that temp, it is the dew point, the amount of moisture in the air, and that's why in chicago the temperatures
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only 91 but it felt over 100 and they had the ambulances ready for the firefighters. that's how they're protecting themselves and so many cities, towns, municipalities going to be doing that this weekend as we go through this. look at denison, texas, a crack in the road there buckled because of the heat. they went to 99. they'll go to 100. the heat advisories from louisiana to mississippi, right up through chicago and minneapolis. look, still very warm. it'll feel like 111 in des moines later this afternoon and here's a look at saturday. washington, d.c., it'll feel like 110, george. >> oh, my goodness, 110. we're going to move on now to a major terror arrest in rio ahead of the olympics. ten isis suspects rounded up and charged with planning an attack on the games. abc's ryan smith is here with the latest. good morning, ryan. >> reporter: good morning, george. the suspects reportedly including a minor discussed potential attacks and two of their group still haven't been caught. this morning, two suspects on the loose and ten others under arrest. suspected of planning terrorist attacks at the upcoming olympic
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games in rio de janeiro. the operation sweeping across ten brazilian states. [ speaking a foreign language ] >> reporter: brazilian officials saying the all brazilian group was isis inspired and mostly organized online but they were absolutely amateur with no preparation. officials saying the group wanted to start training in martial arts and learn how to shoot, even trying to buy a gun online. something no organized cell would do. no specific targets were mentioned and investigators still searching for clues digging through the suspects' cell phones and computers. with the games just two weeks away, security on alert across the host city and an estimated 500,000 visitors are expected to travel to see these games. just last week, the brazilian government releasing an additional $24 million to beef up security. an estimated 80,000 soldiers and police will patrol the streets during the games. brazilian officials believe those two suspects on the loose
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will be arrested soon and a judge overseeing the case saying the suspects use arabic code names but none appear to have arab ancestry. amy. >> all right, thanks so much. and now to outrage growing over that police shooting in miami. protests overnight after police shot an unarmed black man who was a behavioral therapist. authorities are now saying there is more to the story and abc's gio benitez is in north miami with the very latest on the investigation. good morning, gio. >> reporter: amy, good morning to you. here at the police department the investigation will now focus on why that officer fired his gun. the officer and the union now saying he did not intend to shoot that therapist. >> please don't shoot, please! >> reporter: this morning, new details in the controversial police shooting of an unarmed black behavioral therapist lying down with his hands up. overnight, several investigations have been launched trying to figure out exactly what happened to charles kinsey and why.
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>> you have questions, the community has questions. we as a city and as a member of this police department and i personally have questions. >> reporter: protesters storming the north miami police department demanding answers. kinsey's lawyer says the 47-year-old had been helping a 23-year-old man with autism who ran away from the florida group home where he works on monday. in this video released by kinsey's attorney the young man is seen playing with a toy truck. kinsey tries to get him to lay down. >> sit down, rinaldo. lay on your stomach, rinaldo. >> reporter: police were in the neighborhood, responding to a 911 call reporting a man with a gun threatening suicide. listen as kinsey tries to talking to police. >> all he has is a toy truck in his hand. a toy truck. i am a behavior therapist at a group home. >> reporter: moments later an officer shoots kinsey but he survives.
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>> i'm saying, sir, why did you shoot me, and his words to me, he said, i don't know. >> reporter: the police union says the officer was trying to protect kinsey and had intended to shoot the man with autism. the officer who police say is a 30-year-old hispanic male now speaking out in a statement saying, "i took this job to save lives and help people. i did what i had to do in a split second to accomplish that and hate to hear others paint me as something i am not." and back here live at the police department, i can tell you the state is now looking at this case and the justice department also now saying it is aware of the shooting and it will look closely at that investigation, george. >> i'm sure they will, gio, thanks very much. let's go back to ginger and you have your eye on severe storms. >> fuelled in part by that heat. look at this. rice lake, wisconsin, damaging winds, more than 133 severe storm reports and today it's along i-95 and parts of the northeast and new england. let's get to the weekend getaways brought to you by carmax.
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>> hello. i am meteorologist mike nicco. sunshine today. we transition back to summer. temperatures are up to seven degrees warmer than yesterday. our lows remain comfortable because it will be hot inland and stay that way. for a long-term. the 90s in the east bay. 80s in the south bay. 70s around the bay and 60s at the coast. temperatures tonight are mainly in the 50s. my seven-day forecast shows sunday, tuesday and wednesday are the hottest days and coming up, that huge shake-up at fox news.
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that's food as it should be. ♪ welcome back to "gma." look at those balloons last night coming down on donald trump and his family after that 75-minute speech to the republican convention last night, longest in decades. all eyes turn to the democrats now, hillary clinton preparing to announce her running mate as early as today. also right now, more than 100 million people facing a massive heat wave. 25 states from california to new york all on alert for life-threatening temperatures as the dangerous weather moves east. and this morning prince george is turning 3. the young royal celebrating his birthday and the whole world celebrating with him. the palace sharing these brand-new photos. >> as usual charming the cameras, we have some secrets for you behind these photos and his birthday bash.
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and then also this morning, our crowd of thousands in central park, george, you said it before. it's our biggest crowd yet this year. we cannot wait for sia but we'll have to wait just a bit more. yes, a lot to get to this morning, and we begin with that blockbuster shake-up at fox news. this morning roger ailes is out. stepping down amid allegations of sexual harassment. abc's rebecca jarvis is at fox news headquarters with all the latest. good morning, rebecca. >> reporter: that's right, amy. those allegations surfacing just weeks ago and today, this bombshell -- roger ailes, the man who built fox news from the ground up, is out as the top boss. this morning, the man who built fox news will no longer be running it. the network's parent company announcing roger ailes has resigned from his role effective immediately. in his resignation letter obtained by abc news, ailes acknowledges the attention surrounding recent sexual harassment charges against him saying, i will not allow my presence to become a distraction.
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>> roger invented fox news and for 20 years has been fox news. there's nothing at the network that he has not single-handedly created, shepherded, developed, grown and produced. >> reporter: overnight, some of the network's biggest stars supporting ailes. brit hume calling the resignation heartbreaking. after the news broke, geraldo rivera writing, oh, the grotesque unfairness of life. others remaining quiet so far. >> doing my own show -- >> reporter: ailes' bombshell exit comes just two weeks after former "fox & friends" anchor gretchen carlson filed a suit against him claiming ailes sabotaged her career because she refused his sexual advances, and according to "new york" magazine, she's not alone. the magazine reporting more than 10 women have come forward including one of the network's biggest names, megyn kelly, claims ailes has vigorously denied.
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overnight, carlson's lawyer telling abc news, gretchen's extraordinary courage has caused a seismic shift in the media world. we hope that all businesses now understand that women will no longer tolerate sexual harassment. but ailes won't be going far. writing in his resignation letter to boss and longtime confidant rupert murdoch who will be assuming the role of chairman and ceo of the channel, i look forward to continuing to work with you as an adviser. "new york" magazine reporting ailes' office has been moved to another building and that, while they are still negotiating an exit package, he could walk away from the company with $60 million. and abc news has learned this morning that ailes will continue on advising murdoch, the new chairman. a source inside the company telling us that ailes will serve in an informal capacity,
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he will only be advising murdoch and not the fox news company. his offices have been moved outside the building. amy. >> all right, rebecca, thanks so much. our legal team dan abrams and sunny hostin joins news and, dan, if there is evidence that these allegations are true, how then does fox keep ailes on and give him according to one report $60 million? >> well, first of all i don't think they're keeping him on, right, and i think this notion of an adviser is pr spin. he's out. he's done. he's advising rupert murdoch in some sort of personal capacity. secondly, they would say the investigation is ongoing. we haven't drawn any conclusions yet but what we did do, they would say, is we took action fast to get him away from employees and now, again, i don't believe it's going to end up with $60 million either. if the contract, let's say, says roughly $40 million they may make a business decision which says we'd rather not litigate this. remember roger ailes' position is i didn't harass anybody and, if they say we're not going to pay you because you violated our contract, they're going to end up in a lawsuit with roger ailes.
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>> and sunny, notably fox in its statement didn't even mention the sexual harassment charges or allegations. what do you make of that? >> that was very interesting. but i think these things are really negotiated out, right, so they couldn't do that, my guess. but the bottom line is they did take just decisive action and that's very important. when you have a sexual harassment claim and when it's substantiated if you are the parent company you have to take action and that action generally is take the bad actor out of the picture and that is what they've done. >> and i think it's important to note that a lot of what we're hearing, i think, is spin, which is i think that roger ailes negotiated every single word that went into the public statement. >> absolutely. he and murdoch are friends. they've been friends for years. >> so, when we hear, for example, he's going to be an adviser and $60 million, you know, let's be very careful to take all that with a grain of salt -- >> he's not going to be around women at fox news. he's not going to be around women at 21st century fox. he's not going to be around women in that kind of powerful capacity because that's what sexual harassment is about. it's about power.
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and so you have to take the power away from the bad actor. >> and this isn't just about one woman. there are reports that as many as ten women have stepped forward, including megyn kelly. can any of those women sue and does that do anything to the others? >> so, the statute of limitations in new york is three years. so it would have to be within the last three years. i think you're going to certainly see the gretchen carlson lawsuit continue. this doesn't change that lawsuit because she sued him and not fox. but this is now providing an enormous amount of ammunition for gretchen carlson, as well. >> no question. >> and sunny, not only are you a lawyer, you also worked at fox news as a woman there. >> quite a long time ago but -- >> but you were there. what do you make of how fox has handled the situation so far? >> you know, i am impressed with how quickly they've acted. remember, this lawsuit was filed about two weeks ago and i think a lot of people are surprised that they acted so quickly. they're removing the person that really created fox news. that says a lot and says a lot
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about i think the parent company. >> they could have said we're going to wait until the investigation concluded, right. we have to wait for the recommendation. >> could that speak to the evidence that's involved? >> absolutely. there's no question it does, right. >> let's face it, i think a lot of people were pooh-poohing gretchen carlson's lawsuit. they were saying that it was because she was fired. it was retribution for that. now we know there must be more. they hired paul weiss, that's a very exclusive law firm, blue chip law firm. it's world renowned, and when paul weiss comes in and says we have found something that leads to the ouster of roger ailes. >> remember, she's still going to have to prove her individual case, i mean, just sort of looking at this in the macro will help her but she still will have to prove her case in court. >> and let's remember, she only sued roger ailes, that makes it very personal to her and i think it lends credibility. >> it wasn't about money. it was about justice for her? >> it lends credibility to her actions. ? sunny, dan, thank you very much. lara. >> thank you. coming up on our big board,
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nba bombshell. the league moving their all-star game out of north carolina to protest those bathroom laws. also, the department of justice investigating the "wolf of wall street," why leonardo dicaprio may soon be called to testify. plus, is the housing market on the verge of getting red hot? we'll have all that coming up, two minutes until our big board. bye sam collect all 6 stars of the secret life of pets, rated pg, only...in specially marked boxes of big g cereals. part of this good breakfast.
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time now for our big board. more of today's top stories, our insiders are standing by and first up that big news from the nba. they're pulling next year's all-star game from charlotte over north carolina's controversial bathroom bill that doesn't allow transgender people to use the bathroom of their choice. three-time nba champ bruce bowen from espn is here, we're talking about choice, bruce. did the nba have a choice? >> yes, they had a choice and they made the right choice. you know the nba is based upon a core value of diversity, inclusion and fairness and respect to the individuals that work for the nba as well as the fans.
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you know, we have a new and improved nba whereas today it's about guys stepping out in front of social issues and not being afraid to say, hey, i am this person now. we look at the examples we have in jason collins, john amaechi, those players openly gay. they came out. they're former players and now players that are now assistant coaches in the league so you have a situation where before it was about bill russell and jackie robinson leading the way for civil rights and human rights in the game of sports. now, you have younger players like lebron james, carmelo anthony and chris paul and dwyane wade leading the charge to try to make a difference, because they have a platform today. >> so you're saying players, yourself being a former player, are really behind this, everybody is standing up, standing behind this decision? >> absolutely. this is something where now you have players that realize how much power they do have. when i was speaking on adam silver yesterday about this
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situation i said, do you want to make sure that you're continuously making sure players feel comfortable in a process that they feel organize and feel more together? sometimes we have a little separation and that's where the -- you know, people get into the situations of getting separated. this is all about staying together. it's no fault of the charlotte hornets. michael jordan has done a tremendous job there but it's more about what that state represents. you cannot have the core values of what the nba has and have an all-star game there with the beliefs of what north carolina feels right now. >> yeah, nba players, you have a big voice and you are using it, bruce, thank you so much. we're going to switch gears now and talk about some legal trouble surrounding the "wolf of wall street," the film starring leonardo dicaprio, of course, and now the justice department is investigating the production company behind the movie alleging at least $64 million was laundered in funding the company. larry hackett, former editor in chief of "people" magazine,
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friend to us, is joining us now and, larry, what say you about this. >> well, it's a wild story. basically, this fund was created in malaysia to build developments in the country and help a poor country essentially. according to the justice department it was looted by cronies around the prime minister. two are involved in red granite. they took $100 million and they funded "wolf of wall street." it's gone on to make nearly $400 million. as part of that, one of these partners wooed leonardo dicaprio. they took trips to las vegas and spent over a million dollars and spent time partying on a yacht at the world cup. they actually went to australia in 2012 for new year's eve, enjoyed the new year's eve in australia, then chartered a 747 and flew to vegas to do new year's all over again. so there is a lot of money washing around here. it was involved in the making of this picture. a lot of it was spent wooing leonardo dicaprio and the feds say it was basically stolen from the malaysian government. >> and if they're found to be guilty of this, any blowback on
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leo? >> well, look, it underlines him being a party boy. these people knew the way to leo's heart, let's go to vegas and hang out on yachts so i don't think it does anything to change the impression of him. i think they're also going to question him to some degree about how much money do you think was spent, do you know anything about how the money came to these people. did they ever in these times of partying say to you, where the money came from. there's no implication that he knew anything and was conscious of this, but i think it's part of the investigation they're going to try to find if he knew how they got their loot. >> thanks very much. now to a big headline about homes. new report for the national association of realtors announced the sales have reached their highest level in more than nine years. barbara corcoran here from "shark tank" and author of "shark tales." are we in a bubble, barbara? >> you're never supposed to mention the word bubble again. it's been ten years since we had a bubble. what we have right now is a full steam ahead market as best a trifecta as you could get, we've
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got great jobs, seven times more jobs created this month than last month, cheap money, mortgage rates under 4% so people could buy a bigger house, and what we have, we have a ton of people coming into the market and a shortage of listings. we have 6% fewer homes on the market now than we had 12 months ago so people are panicked, i can't get my hands on the house that they just fell in love with, they're saying. >> it sounds like a good time to test the market. what advice would you give potential sellers? >> well, the most important thing is to realize that you cannot overprice a home and that's nothing new and then try to bring it down in small increments. nobody wants it and you'll get the low bidders to come out and bid on your house. and the second, most important thing is, hire professional photographers to take pictures of your house. everyone shops online and if you don't have great pictures online nobody is coming to see your house. that's the new curb appeal in today's modern world. those are the two most important things. >> go ahead. >> bruce, i see you nodding your head up there. you want to jump in here? >> yeah, i do. you know, barbara, i have --
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>> i have a house to sell you, bruce. i have a house to sell you. >> well, no, i want to pitch something to you. an organizer -- >> no, no. >> junk drawer, something we can make it all special instead of junk -- >> a junk drawer. lovely. that's the worst idea i've ever heard and i'm definitely out on you before you even finish your pitch. keep your day job. keep your day job. >> early edition of "shark tank" right here. larry, you want to play too? are you good? >> i got a movie for you to fund too, barbara. >> go away. go away. >> i love talking real estate with you. you always have great information for us. we appreciate it very much. >> my pleasure. >> thanks to all of you. coming up -- our hot shot, why ivanka trump was thanking this 19-year-old at the convention. we'll be back in two minutes. the convention. we'll ack in two minutes. i but, when i do find antonio, i wash him with tide and downy.
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during his dad's epic hour and 15-minute nomination. that makes me want to yawn. they're contagious, you know. at one point barron's mom melania giving her son that long mom glare like, barron, watch your father. >> she's got it, doesn't she? >> no words needed there. >> she means business then trump's daughter ivanka thanking a college student who's become a social media star annabelle hopkins helping ivanka find her lost earring. the 19-year-old tweeting a photo of a white earring. once she realized it was ivanka's she started #getivankaherearringback and guess what, it worked and got attention of one of her aides and the pair met at the trump family's hotel and posted, thank you for helping us get the earring back to its owner. only trying to be honest and kind here. life is good. but she got a kiss from ivanka. >> always do the right thing. that was nice.
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now from abc 7 news. >> i'm natasha zouves from the abc 7 morning news. mike nicco has our warm up for us. >> check out the current conditions outside. you will see the temperatures are bouncing off the morning lows in the 50s and 60s on the way to highs 60s at the coast, 70s and 80s at the bay, 90s inland. hundreds possible on sunday, tuesday and wednesday. >> good morning. sounds like mike is in a closet, doesn't it? here we go. southbound 101 through marin county slow because of two accidents. one southbound at sir francis drake. that's cleared. another to the right hand shoulder at lincoln. the damage is done. a half hour to get out in to san rafeal. >> thank you.
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good morning, america. it's 8:. donald trump makes the case and sos the nomination for president. >> i'm with you the american people. i am your voice. >> daughter ivanka has a major pitch to women about why they should vote for her father and now all eyes on hillary clinton as she prepares to announce her running mate. zoe saldana's secret health battle. the actress revealing her real-life fight with an autoimmune disorder. how she's taking control. dr. ashton here with what women need to know. abc news exclusive. rielle hunter speaks out, her daughter quinn by her side, what she's revealing about her relationship with john edwards now, how they're co-parenting quinn and moving on from making mistakes. ♪ and george turns 3.
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brand-new pictures of the little prince out this morning. how he's celebrating his great big birthday. ♪ baby i know -- >> all that and sia live in central park. get ready to rock into the weekend as we say -- >> all: good morning, america. >> that's not all. who is out there this morning in central park? i'm sure she's there somewhere. there she is, sia. >> there she is. taking the stage this morning and what a crowd there to greet her. >> we are looking forward to it but first a surprising interview with rielle hunter, infamous for her affair with john edwards in the middle of a different election campaign she is opening up about co-parenting and how she's learned from her mistakes and found happiness and speaking
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of campaign, lara, everyone talking about ivanka trump at the president bush convention last night. >> yes, she was polished. she not only gave a powerful speech taking on equal pay and child care but walked out in this dress, got a lot of people talking. turns out it's $138 from her own label. has a lot of people online looking for it this morning. we're going to have more on the night's biggest moments ahead. >> $138. >> $138 which is a lot of money but when you think about big stage like that, you know, she could have gone much higher. of course, it was a trump label. >> a lot more on that coming up. the morning rundown now from paula faris. >> donald trump making his case vowing to be the voice and champion of the american people during what was the longest convention speech in recent history, 75 minutes long. abc's tom llamas has reaction and what's next for trump. good morning, tom. >> reporter: paula, good morning. donald trump and governor mike
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pence will appear together at an event to celebrate the republican convention. so much happened this week, the big question, though, will voters remember what donald trump said last night instead of all the other drama that happened at his convention including the issues with melania's speech containing lines taken from michelle obama and, of course, that ted cruz cannonball the night before donald trump spoke. but last night it was all about donald trump giving the longest speech of his political career and turning around a phrase that hillary clinton is using out on the campaign trail. i'm with her. >> my pledge reads i'm with you, the american people. >> reporter: and trump the billionaire also speaking to blue collar voters. >> these are people who work hard but no longer have a voice. i am your voice. >> reporter: all of trump's children were there including barron trump who looks so much
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like donald trump even at the age of 10. a lot of people talking about how he was up way past his bedtime likely and, of course, ivanka trump who introduced her father and spoke about hip as a champion for women. donald trump and his running mate governor mike pence will be campaigning today next week as the democrats start their convention. paula. >> and speaking of the democrats, thanks, tom, hillary clinton could announce her running mate as early as today. virginia senator tim kaine is the apparent front-runner. other news, a big scare for guests at a super 8 motel in san bernardino, california. this brush fire sent them scrambling for safety burning through two buildings. no injuries reported, however. also breaking overnight, authorities say they will suspend the search for malaysia airlines flight 370 once the current search area in the indian ocean is examined. that vanished from radar two years ago with 239 people on board. another american has reportedly been detained in iran. friends of robin shaheenny say
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the 46-year-old was visiting family when he disappeared. a police officer facing a criminal investigation for slamming a black schoolteacher to the ground. he claims she was being uncooperative after he stopped her for speeding. another officer was heard saying black people have, quote, violent tendencies. people in hugo, colorado, are being told not to drink from the tap after a chemical found in marijuana turned up in the water supply. tests came back positive for thc, the psychoactive chemical in pot. someone apparently tamer ed with a well. a little tear for all of you on this friday morning. it is the end of an ear r the final vcr, it is about to roll off the production line. that's right, a moment of silence, everyone. there is a company in japan still making vcrs in case you didn't know. they're pulling the plug and blame slow sales and shortage of
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parts. the company, they sold 750,000 vcrs last year. >> what? >> many of them in china. i am happy to say, however, the cassette recorder is alive and well in terms of the audio cassette but who still has vcrs. >> i don't have a vcr still. >> do you have vcr tapes. >> i do, yes and no way to play them. >> you guys have saved your vcr tape. >> we have. >> my kids' favorites. i don't know. >> i still have an eight-track. i'm living in 1970. my wheelhouse. >> you were 2 in 1970. >> no, i wasn't. i was 5. >> no, 1979 -- '70s. >> as much as i would like to hear more about this i have important "pop news" to deliver. good morning, everybody. we're going to get to his royal cuteness who is 3 years old celebrating his third birthday. kensington palace releasing new photos of george, playing in his garden doting mom and dad organizing a birthday bash fit
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for a future king at their country home in norfolk and on the guest list, uncle harry and a newly engaged pippa who hopefully will arrive without an appetite because seems like the precocious prince is only interested in sharing his birthday cake with the family dog. happy birthday to george. the other george. harry has gone hollywood in pursuit of an acting career and now liam payne has announced he is going in another direction, as well. he signed his own solo deal with capitol records uk and took to twitter saying happy to have signed to capitol uk and have an amazing history of artists, i hope i can follow in their footsteps. the president of that company shares the same excitement saying in a statement it's not often you get a chance to sign such a talented and ambitious 2-year-old who has already
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conquered the world. >> they're only 22. >> only 22. >> they've lived a lot of life and made a lot of money and i guarantee he will continue to. catching a date just got a little easier, well, as easy as catching a pikachu apparently. pokemon go that game we keep talking about especially my house, you guys, your kids playing this, yeah, a game that's taken the world by storm and now it's making his mark on romance with a new dating service called pokedate, all potential pokedaters have to do is sign up online, share what you're looking for in a significant other and let the site know when you're available to go looking for pokemon. it pairs up participants with similar interests by sending them a time and a place usually near a pokestop to play the game together, try to catch pokemon and hopefully sparks will then fly. the cost, $20, to catch the dating service but the first date is free with a promo code. >> the date is that you go searching for pokemon together.
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>> together, uh-huh. >> okay. >> sounds like so much fun. >> makes it less awkward, right. >> a little less. >> awkward being the operative word, george. that is "pop news" today. >> thank you, lara. here's a look at what's coming up on the "gma morning menu." a health scare for actress zoe saldana. how she is taking back control and dr. ashton joins us live. abc news exclusive, rielle hunter speak out about life now and how she's co-parenting with john edwards. then "star trek's" zachary quinto joining us live and so is sia. that is all coming up next right here live on "gma." "gma's morning menu" is brought to you by new nexium, 24-hour tablets. of course you go all out for date night... even if you're just staying in. walgreens has all the beauty products you need for whatever makes you feel beautiful.
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welcome back to "gma." zoe saldana is opening up about her health battle revealing that she suffers from an autoimmune disorder. her mom and sisters have it, as well and abc's mara schiavocampo has the details. >> reporter: on screen zoe saldana is known for kicking butt. >> fool. >> reporter: this morning the actress is revealing her real-life fight with an autoimmune disorder. in an article for net-a-porter's weekly magazine "the edit" saldana shares for the first time she suffers from hashimoto's thyroiditis saying your body doesn't have the energy it needs. you create antibodies that attack your glands. >> when zoe was diagnosed she said her body was feeling different and so she had to make changes in her life to balance all of that out. >> reporter: in the midst of a very full life, saldana tackling this disorder that turns the immune system against the thyroid and it's much more common in women than in men.
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the 38-year-old has twin 1 1/2-year-old boys with her husband, italian artist marco pier perrego. >> i know a lot of moms and fathers will identify. the best example i can give them is to see their parents like fighting for their dreams. >> reporter: in the article, saldana adds that her mother and sisters are facing the same disorder and that it's a major life adjustment. i would hear those conversations with my mom and grandma thinking i'd never get there, she says, but all of a sudden it hits you, it's from night to day. big life change there. saldana says her husband has also made changes to his lifestyles to support her and that even when she's working they never spend more than a week apart. now, as for her movie career, her plate is still quite full. she starred in some of the most successful franchises ever and working on the sequel to
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"avatar." >> let's talk to dr. jen ashton. what are the symptoms and how is this diagnosed. >> so first of all this is -- thyroid is our main metabolic gland in our body produces hormones that act as our furnace, regulate everything from our metabolism. the symptoms and this is what's key with hashimoto weigh or thyroid disorder in general, this he can be profound and affect everything from head to toe. some of the most popular are fatigue, weight gain, you can see menstrual irregularity, irregularity periods or constipation. a lot of people can have those symptoms and not have thyroid disfunction but the key is if you're experiencing a number of these for persistent amount of time get your doctor to run a blood test and look for thyroid antibodies is how usually we -- >> is this about the genes? >> genetics is an important part and family history is important and often overlooked but it's not -- it's part of the picture, not your whole destiny.
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the key is if you know something runs in your family talking about autoimmune conditions this affects upwards an estimated 50 million americans when you talk about autoimmune conditions. if you know it runs in your family be persistent and speak to doctors. >> how about treating it, diet, other options? >> we're hearing about diet. there is no hard data yet to support that it can help but there is no question that we're in the infancy of looking at nutritional impacts on chronic disorders. the best and most healthiest way to eat is going to help you regardless of what you have and especially when you're talking about a thyroid condition. clean eating, lots of protein, lots of lean vegetables, very, very important. >> thanks very much. coming up next an abc news exclusive. amy sits down with rielle hunter and opens up about her life after the affair with john edwards.
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we're back now with an abc news exclusive years after making headlines for having an affair with former senator john edwards then a married man running for president rielle hunter and the daughter she had with edwards are speaking out about their lives out of the spotlight. she was the most vilified woman in america, rielle hunter. an affair with married
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presidential hopeful john edwards whose wife was stricken with cancer. hunter gave birth to his child and the salacious story played out on the front pages of tab employeds but that was rielle hunter then. a long way from her life today. what have the last few years been like. >> everything i do now is based upon being a mom. mom first and my choices, how they're going to impact quinn. >> quinn, the child she had with john edwards sitting next to her now 8 years old. rielle loved riding horses as a child and now quinn is following in her footsteps recently qualifying for pony finals. teal me about your horse howie. what did he teach you? did howie teach you something. >> he taught me how to be a better rider and how to find happiness. >> it's true, right? you found happiness with howie. >> lessons mother and daughter are sharing in a new children's book "howie do it." finding happiness right how. rielle wrote it. quinn illustrated.
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the message live in the moment and choose happiness. happiness for rielle or peace has been a process. what's your relationship now with john. >> we're very, very good friends and great co-parents and we have the same goals, we want the best for quinn. we get along great. >> every time you've been asked this question, do you love john, you've always said yes. >> oh, absolutely. i view him as my family. he's family. i absolutely love him. will always love him. >> what kind of a dad is your dad? >> he's a great dad. >> how often do you get to see him? >> as often as i can. >> tell me about the relationship you see between john and quinn. >> i think he has a real soft spot for her. he does. he gets very choked up by her. it's sweet. >> last time you spoke to abc news it was 2012. it was an election year then. it's an election year now. coincidence? >> complete. completely. >> are you concerned at all
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about by writing this it will bring up some of the ugly parts of your past? >> you can't go away. you know, when you make a mistake, when you have bad things going on, you have to take responsibility for it. say you're sorry, forgive yourself and then move on. >> what bothered you the most? >> the meanness of it all. you know, the lack of compassion and understanding. when people mick mistakes or do things everyone judges and jumps on you. >> part of what i love so. about hillary clinton, she has had everything thrown at her but the kitchen sink and maybe even the kitchen sink. she doesn't ever give up. i admire that. >> so you're voting for hillary. >> well, come on. as a mom, she's a great role model. i'm with her. we're with her, right? >> rielle says she and john have been very open with quinn about how she came into this world and
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i asked quinn what she's learned from her mom and she said that it's okay to make mistakes. >> big lesson to learn early. >> and rielle and quinn's book "howie do it" is available now. >> to ginger with the weather in central park. >> we can't wait until you get here. look who i am with. a couple of 5,000 or more friends, over 5,000 friends and my namm. >> sam. >> from? >> new jersey. >> this whole crowd is from new jersey and came out in force for sure. we want to tell you of course it'll be warm. you heard that headline already, hot and the storms that come >> hello. i am meteorologist mike nicco. sunshine today. we transition back to summer. temperatures are up to seven degrees warmer than yesterday. our lows remain comfortable because it will be hot inland and stay that way. for a long-term. the 90s in the east bay. 80s in the south bay. 70s around the bay and 60s at the coast. temperatures tonight are mainly
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in the 50s. my seven-day forecast shows sunday, tuesday and wednesday are the hottest days >> sia is on "gma" next. don't go anywhere.
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now from abc 7 news. >> good morning. i'm natasha zouves from the abc 7 morning news. new details about the dentist that performed a procedure on a 3-year-old girl who died. according to our media partner, the doctor will be allowed to keep her practice open while the board investigates her. 3-year-old girl died after becoming unresponsive at dental bliss on saturday. a couple of accidents in marin county have things slow and go. it is starting to pick up. an accident on the shoulder at lincoln and one by sir francis drake. those have been cleared and traffic is starting to recover. in santa rosa an south 101 back
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we're back on the roof where the sunshine is out and the summer is back. 60s at the coast, 90s inland. the hottest days triple-digits sunday, tuesday and wednesday. inland near 90 around the bay but 60s at the coast. >> thank you, mike. another abc 7 news update in 30 minutes and always on our news app at abc7news.com.
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join us weekdays 4:30 to 7 a.m. ♪oin us weekdays 4:30 to 7 a.m. ♪ what a crowd here in central park. welcome back to "gma." the one and only sia is taking over city parks foundation summerstage this morning, and you can hear the crowd has gone wild. let's not make them wait any longer, lara. >> i would not do that to you guy, not for one more second. who is ready to hear sia sing? time for the double platinum single off her number one album, "this is acting." here she is with "cheap thrills." ♪
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♪ ♪ come on come on turn the radio on ♪ ♪ it's friday night and i won't be long ♪ ♪ gotta do my hair i put my makeup on ♪ ♪ it's friday night and i won't be long ♪ ♪ till i hit the dance floor hit the dance floor ♪ ♪ i got all i need no i ain't got cash ♪ ♪ i ain't got cash but i got you baby ♪ ♪ baby i don't need dollar bills to have fun tonight ♪ ♪ i love cheap thrills ♪ baby i don't need dollar bills to have fun tonight i love cheap thrills ♪ ♪ i don't need no money as long as i can feel the beat ♪ ♪ i don't need no money as long as i keep dancing ♪
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♪ come on come on turn the radio on ♪ ♪ it's saturday and i won't be long ♪ ♪ gotta paint my nails put my high heels on it's saturday and i won't be long ♪ ♪ till i hit the dance floor hit the dance floor ♪ ♪ i got all i need no i ain't got cash ♪ ♪ i ain't got cash but i got you baby ♪ ♪ baby i don't need dollar bills to have fun tonight ♪ ♪ i love cheap thrills ♪ baby i don't need dollar bills to have fun tonight ♪ ♪ i love cheap thrills i don't need no money ♪ ♪ as long as i can feel the beat ♪ ♪ i don't need no money as long as i keep dancing ♪ ♪ oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh ♪ oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh
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♪ oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh ♪ oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh ♪ i love cheap thrills ♪ i don't need no money as long as i can feel the beat ♪ ♪ i don't need no money as long as i keep dancing oh oh ♪ ♪ baby i don't need dollar bills to have fun tonight i love cheap thrills ♪ ♪ baby i don't need dollar bills to have fun tonight i love cheap thrills ♪ ♪ i don't need no money as long as i can feel the beat ♪ ♪ i don't need no money as long as i keep dancing ♪
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♪ la la la la la la la la la la la la i love cheap thrills ♪ ♪ la la la la la la i love cheap thrills ♪ ♪ la la la la la la i love cheap thrills ♪ >> oh, that voice, that voice, sia, thank you so much. the crowd is huge today, so i'm all the way in the back here and i wanted to say good morning to adam because you told your friends this would be your first time on tv. >> yeah. >> he was just positive and it happened. you dream it, it'll happen, adam. let's go talk about the weather forecast. a little steamy this morning. it will get even hotter. heat advisories, some excessive heat warnings that stretch from west coast to east coast but in the middle of the nation, they're in the heart of that
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and it feels like 112 in >> good morning, i am meteorologist mike nicco, check out day planner, 60s at the coast and 90s inland, and exceptionally hot, sunday, tuesday, and wednesday, but lows are in the 50s and 60s on those >> it felt great. >> okay, i got to change. i got to go from sia land to harry potter land. red lightning bolt all around us because some very enthusiastic harry potter super fans are in our audience. a lot of excitement for the new harry potter story, "harry potter and the cursed child." scholastics harry potter flash mob helping reveal the cover thursday. the story is out july 31st, but guess what, you ready for this, if the hogwarts admission letter you got right now this morning has the deathly hallows symbol on it, you don't have to wait.
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you'll get a copy sent to you of the new story. that's right. a free copy, hot off the press. exciting morning here. not only sia but a lot of harry potter news, lara. >> oh, thank you so much, ginger. i can barely hear you. just hold my hand. we're just going to wing this. one of my favorites, zachary quinto, is here. you recognize him, of course, because he plays commander spock in the movie that's blasting into theaters today. "star trek: beyond." the "enterprise" exploring space like never before battling mysterious new villains with old friends, but before spock can explore the unknown, he's got to deal with something all too familiar, girl trouble. >> yeah. >> did you guys break up? what did you do? >> a typically reductive inquiry, doctor. >> you know, spock, if an earth girl says, it's me, not you, it's definitely you.
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>> so, zachary, why do we need to see this movie? >> well, to begin with it's the 50th anniversary of "star trek" so there's a reason. these people know, yeah. live long and prosper. >> live long and prosper, my friend. >> this is a really exciting chapter in our journey. it marries the essence of these characters with huge action, visual effects, justin lin, our new director who came from "the fast and furious" franchise brought such an infusion of excitement and energy to the movie and i think it really celebrates the origins of this incredible franchise which has been around for half a century which is remarkable in its own right. >> what's it like playing spock, a character we've known for so long? >> i mean, one of the most beloved characters in culture. it's a great honor really and especially because of my personal connection with leonard who i loved and who i miss very much but who's incredibly
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present in this movie in a special way, i think. we all carried him in our hearts while we were making this film and i think it shows on the screen. >> what's the best advice that leonard ever gave you about playing this role? >> it's interesting because the role brought us together but our friendship evolved beyond it almost immediately, and so by the end of his life it was only one little corner of our connection, and i learned so much about how to be fulfilled. he was an incredible man and so diverse in his creative pursuits as an actor, writer, director, incredible art collector, philanthropist, and he just really taught me, you know, that i'll -- i'll be lucky to have half as fulfilled a life as he did. >> you, in fact, just got involved in a beautiful documentary. >> yeah, his son adam made an incredible documentary called "for the love of spock" which explores his dad's relationship with the character and the impact that it had not only on
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millions of people but also on his family. it's a very personal and beautifully made film. >> you talk about him being diverse and want to finish by saying how diverse and talented you are. i happened to catch a little episode of "lip sync battle" in which you brought your "a" game. i hope we have the video. missy elliott. >> yeah, a little missy elliott, a little george michael combination. >> and cindy crawford as your guest. >> to support -- my secret weapon. it was amazing and like perfectly outside of my comfort zone. i had a great time and i would do that again any minute. >> i will watch again. >> all right. check it out. >> i hope everybody will watch you. >> yeah, this weekend. >> the film is terrific. "star trek: beyond" is in theaters now. so go check it out. zachary quinto and the gang. >> thank you. coming up we'll have mor
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♪ we are back now with sia, and sia just launched her number one album, "this is acting," right here on "gma" in january so it is so great to have you back. >> thank you. >> i have to ask you, so you just performed your new number
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one double platinum single, "cheap thrills," in front of this incredible electric audience. i know you wear your wig so people can focus on your voice and you have some anonymity but can you see this crowd? >> i see them through my little tiny bang slits. >> it must feel incredible. >> it's really sweet. >> this is the biggest crowd we've had, and you are about to go on tour, your first tour of north america. what can your fans expect? >> it's a pretty weird ride. it's just -- it's more like i guess a theatrical experience. the performance is -- it's unusual, i think i would say. it's an unusual experience but good for -- and even kids like it. >> expect the unexpected basically, right? >> i guess. >> what do you love most about performing? >> oh, i do not love performing. i get really scared, and i just cried in the dressing room. >> you did? >> yeah, i'm really croaky, and i'm not going to hit the high note and i want everyone to like me. i'm just like -- i don't -- it's scary to perform.
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i do it because of i want to make you happy. >> does she make you happy? [ cheers and applause ] no apology necessary. you are amazing and, sia, you are unstoppable which leads me to what you're about to sing next. >> we'll see. >> you are proving it by performing, performing well, by the way, that hit off her number one album "this is acting," let's hear "unstoppable," sia. >> okay. thank you. thank you. we'll see what happens. ♪ ♪ i'll smile i know what it takes to fool this town ♪ ♪ i'll do it till the sun goes down ♪
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♪ and all through the night time oh yeah ♪ ♪ oh yeah i'll tell you what you want to hear ♪ ♪ keep my sunglasses on while i shed a tear ♪ ♪ it's never the right time yeah yeah ♪ ♪ i'll put my armor on show you how strong i am ♪ ♪ i'll put my armor on i'll show you that i am ♪ ♪ i'm unstoppable i'm a porsche with no brakes ♪ ♪ i'm invincible yeah i win every single game ♪ ♪ i'm so powerful i don't need batteries to play ♪ ♪ i'm so confident i'm unstoppable today ♪ ♪ unstoppable today unstoppable today ♪ ♪ unstoppable today unstoppable today ♪
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♪ i break down only alone i will cry out loud ♪ ♪ you'll never see what's hiding out hiding out deep down yeah yeah ♪ ♪ i know i've heard that to let your feelings show ♪ ♪ is the only way to make friendships grow but i'm too afraid now yeah yeah ♪ ♪ i'll put my armor on show you how strong i am ♪ ♪ i'll put my armor on i'll show you that i am ♪ ♪ i'm unstoppable i'm a porsche with no brakes ♪ ♪ i'm invincible yeah i win every single game ♪ ♪ i'm so powerful i don't need batteries to play ♪ ♪ i'm so confident i'm unstoppable today unstoppable today ♪
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♪ unstoppable today unstoppable today unstoppable today ♪ ♪ unstoppable today unstoppable today ♪ ♪ unstoppable today unstoppable today ♪ ♪ i'll put my armor on show you how strong i am ♪ ♪ i'll put my armor on i'll show you that i am ♪ ♪ i'm unstoppable i'm a porsche with no brakes ♪ ♪ i'm invincible yeah i win every single game ♪ ♪ i'm so powerful i don't need batteries to play ♪ ♪ i'm so confident i'm unstoppable today ♪ ♪ unstoppable today unstoppable today ♪ ♪ unstoppable today unstoppable
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this crowd, this artist sia is back now with her hit single "chandelier." ♪ party girls don't get hurt can't feel anything when will i learn i push it down push it down ♪ ♪ i'm the one "for a good time call" phone's blowin' up, they're ringing my doorbell ♪
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♪ i feel the love, feel the love 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, drink 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, drink 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, drink ♪ ♪ throw 'em back 'til i lose count i'm gonna swing from the chandelier, from the chandelier ♪ >> uh-oh. ♪ i'm gonna live like tomorrow doesn't exist like it doesn't exist i'm gonna fly like a bird ♪ ♪ through the night, feel my tears as they dry i'm gonna swing from the chandelier, from the chandelier ♪
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♪ but i'm holding on for dear life, won't look down, won't open my eyes ♪ ♪ keep my glass full until morning light, 'cause i'm just holding on for tonight help me, i'm holding on ♪ ♪ for dear life, won't look down, won't open my eyes keep my glass full until morning light, 'cause ♪ ♪ i'm just holding on for tonight on for tonight sun is up, i'm a mess gotta get out now ♪ ♪ gotta run from this here comes the shame, here comes the shame 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, drink ♪ ♪ 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, drink 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, drink throw em back 'til i lose count i'm gonna swing from the ♪ ♪ chandelier, from the chandelier i'm gonna live like
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tomorrow doesn't exist ♪ ♪ like it doesn't exist i'm gonna fly like a bird through the night, feel my tears as they dry ♪ ♪ i'm gonna swing from the chandelier, from the chandelier but i'm holding on for ♪ ♪ dear life, won't look down, won't open my eyes keep my glass full until morning light, 'cause ♪ ♪ i'm just holding on for tonight help me, i'm holding on for dear life, won't look down, won't open my eyes ♪ ♪ keep my glass full until morning light, 'cause i'm just holding on for tonight on for tonight ♪ ♪ on for tonight 'cause i'm just holding on for tonight oh, i'm just holding o
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we want to say thank you to sia. have a great weekend. sia. have a great weekend.
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good morning on this friday. i'm natasha zouves with the abc 7 morning news. meteorologist mike nicco has the bay area forecast. >> hi, everybody. check out the sunshine. the cloud cover lm gone. at the coast we will have sunshine today. look at these numbers. different than what we have had this week but close to average. now it is when we get to tomorrow and the rest of the seven-day forecast that we could see real excessive heat inland near 100. >> we have some areas of slow traffic remaining on this friday morning. you can see by the red on the maps the east shore freeway and a new problem now. this is 580, middle lane is blocked. traffic stacking up to isabelle and 84 but looks good over the altamont. it is time for "live with kelly."
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oureporting continuing on our news app. join us weekdays announcer: from the beach house t "live! with kelly." today, from "star trek beyond," idris elba. and a pair of lucky audience members will try to win a bunch of benjamins as we continue the beach house games. plus, hot off the beach house grill, we're serving up hot dogs. also film and broadway star taye diggs joins kelly at the co-host desk. all next on "live." [captioning made possible by disney-abc domestic television] announcer: and now, here are kelly ripa and taye diggs! [cheers and applause] ♪

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