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good morning, america. breaking news for our viewers in the west. two attackers kill a priest. isis claiming responsibility. the french president and anti-terror squads on the scene. massive wildfires scorch the west. 10,000 homes evacuated in california as firefighters battle the wall of flames on the ground and in the air. millions on alert as even hotter temperatures move in. first lady front and center, michelle obama steals the show as she launches a tough attack on donald trump at the convention. >> don't let anyone tell ever tell you that this country isn't great, that somehow we need to make it great again. >> the democrats' deep divisions still on display.
as bernie sanders says he's with hillary. >> hillary clinton must become the next president of the united states. >> in the wake of that e-mail scandal, the latest on the investigation. was all the chaos caused by russian hackers to sway an american election? >> announcer: live from philadelphia, pennsylvania, this is a special edition of "good morning america," "your voice, your vote," the democratic national convention. >> and we do say good morning, america. so many people talking about first lady michelle obama's moment on that stage last night here at the convention making the case for hillary clinton and taking on donald trump without mentioning his name one time. >> not even once. we also saw her tear up at the prospect of a woman president. no surprise president obama loved it. sent out a tweet, incredible speech by an incredible woman. couldn't be more proud and our country has been blessed to have her as flotus. i love you, michelle.
also bernie's night, sanders getting nearly three full minutes of applause when he walked out onto that stage but a lot of his supporters still not convinced that hillary is the one. a lot of anger still out there so democrats are working hard behind the scenes today to quiet any protests. >> we, of course, will have much more on that. first we want to get to the breaking news overseas. a deadly attack at a french church. two men taking hostages killing a priest before they were taken down. abc's lama hasan has the latest. good morning, lama. >> reporter: and good morning to you, robin. just moments ago, isis issuing a statement claiming the two men who carried out this horrific attack were its soldiers. french president francois hollande warning the threat to france is incredibly high, fearing more attacks could be coming. two attackers claiming allegiance to isis stormed this church during morning mass.
they killed a priest, a local who had been serving the congregation for decades. french special forces were able to kill both gunman and rescue three hostages. one of those hostages is in critical condition. bomb squads on the scene at this hour checking the perimeter for possible explosives. the president of france who rushed here a few hours ago said the attackers had committed, quote, a cowardly assassination, and france would fight isis by all means. this attack comes just two weeks after 41-year-old a man mowed down scores of revellers in nice. the rampage killed 84 people and injured hundreds of others before he was killed by security forces. the vatican releasing a statement strongly condemning the attack, saying the pope is in pain and horrified at this, quote, absurd violence. robin, george? >> heartbreaking. >> we'll move on to last night's drama at the democratic national
convention. first lady michelle obama as we said wowed the crowd with her takedown of donald trump. then it was bernie sanders' turn to try to rally his angry supporters behind hillary clinton. cecilia vega was on the floor for all of it. she joins us now, good morning, cecilia. >> reporter: you know it. what a scene it was in here. bernie sanders bernie tried to pass the baton vowing to do whatever it takes to help her win but for many of his supporters, he faced open rebelli rebellion. >> reporter: the man at the center of a political revolution got a three-minute standing ovation. >> thank you. >> reporter: but overnight sanders' battle cry for hillary clinton -- >> hillary clinton must become the next president of the united states. >> reporter: -- met with defiance, supporters in tears, the california delegation openly booing. on stage sanders trying to play mediator. >> it is no secret that hillary clinton and i disagree on a number of issues. that is what this campaign has been about.
that is what democracy is about. >> reporter: while offstage he pleaded for calm after scenes like this. [ crowd chanting "bernie" ] >> reporter: delegates shouting at each other just minutes after the gavel kicked off the convention. even comedian sarah silverman lashing out. >> let me say to the bernie or bust people, you're being ridiculous. >> reporter: but it was michelle obama who stole the show. >> our motto is when they go low, we go high. >> reporter: taking on trump. >> don't let anyone ever tell you that this country isn't great. that somehow we need to make it great again. because this right now is the greatest country on earth. >> reporter: and bringing former president bill clinton to his feet with her endorsement of a previous first lady. >> and when i think about the kind of president that i want for my girls and all our children, that's what i want,
someone who understands that the issues a president faces are not black and white and cannot be boiled down to 140 characters. when you have the nuclear codes at your fingertips and the military in your command, you can't make snap decisions. >> reporter: an emotional mrs. obama even choking back tears. >> i wake up every morning in a house that was built by slaves. and i watch my daughters, two beautiful, intelligent black young women, playing with their dogs on the white house lawn. and because of hillary clinton, my daughters and all our sons and daughters now take for granted that a woman can be
president of the united states. >> reporter: you could hear it there, those cheers were just deafening. we're told michelle obama was heavily involved in writing and editing that speech and also know the speech writer behind those words is the same person who wrote that speech that was borrowed by melania trump during last week's republican convention. i can tell you in here that moment when michelle obama was on that stage was that one moment that had prolonged, sustained unity in this convention hall last night. it was really amazing to be here in for that. >> that's right, cecilia. thank you. now to that bombshell e-mail hacking scandal targeting the dnc. the fbi investigating accusations that vladimir putin and the russians were trying to sway the election. abc's brian ross is here right now, has all the latest. good morning, brian. >> good morning, robin. in what is being described as a rapidly expanding fbi investigation, u.s. law enforcement offs tell abc news the hack was almost certainly a russian intelligence operation designed to affect the american election.
democratic party officials say the hackers' malware bug operated inside their computers for at least a year undetected. >> i'm very confident that the malware that we looked at were russian actors. >> reporter: investigators dissected the computer's code and said they found clear evidence pointing to russia including the use of a russian alphabet keyboard. >> the time zones that it was compiled in, the language that the keyboards were set to, this absolutely was not an amateur operation. ♪ >> reporter: and the timing as democrats arrived in philadelphia was clearly no accident either. one of the leaked e-mails reveals how supposedly neutral dnc staffers considered planting stories that bernie sanders was an atheist. another that his campaign was a mess. >> there's got to be an effort to undermine the democratic party and try to undermine hillary clinton. >> reporter: democrats see a russia conspiracy by vladimir putin to help donald trump, something his campaign manager
strongly denied to george on "this week." >> are there any ties between mr. trump, you or your campaign and putin and his regime? >> no, there are not. it's absurd and, you know, no basis to it. [ speaking a foreign language ] >> reporter: but putin has frequently praised trump as bright and talented and trump returns the favor. >> i think i'd get along very well with vladimir putin. i just think so. people say, what do you mean? i think i'd get along well with him. >> reporter: in his business dealings trump and his children regularly sought investments in projects an the world from russian millionaires and billionaires. >> thank you to -- >> reporter: including one who served as the host of trump during the miss universe contest three years ago. democratic party officials say there are many, many more e-mails including some possibly from the clinton foundation that they know were stolen and have yet to be made public.
they fear it will be released during the course of this campaign. >> let's talk about this with clinton's campaign manager, robbie mook. how about that concern there are more e-mails to come, maybe even some as some sources said from hillary clinton's personal server, some of those 33,000 e-mails she deleted? >> well, george, obviously this is a concerning situation. it's a concern that an aggressive regime like vladimir putin's could be trying to not just infiltrate the e-mail system of the democratic party but actually influence the outcome of the election. i think it's also very troubling that we heard donald trump not just praise vladimir putin, but at their convention they removed aid for the ukraine, from their platform and we heard donald trump talk about how he would not necessarily defend our eastern european nato allies from russian aggression. >> how about last night? let's talk about the convention.
you saw michelle obama certainly unify the crowd there but over the course of the night and day we still saw so much anger among bernie sanders and his supporters. are you concerned you'll see more protests today? >> well, george, it was a boisterous evening. i will definitely say that. but the contrast between our convention and the republicans' could not be greater. you saw bernie sanders who had endorsed weeks before come out on the floor, give a rousing endorsement of secretary clinton again. when ted cruz spoke at prime time at the republican convention, he didn't even endorse donald trump. the governor of ohio didn't even show up. supporters of senator sanders spoke frequently throughout the evening. they endorsed secretary clinton, as well. the platform passed by acclimation, so the business of the party got done by acclimation and we're looking forward to the roll call vote this evening. >> how concerned are you by the fact that in the polls coming out after the republican
convention, hillary clinton's unfavorables are actually higher than donald trump's? >> well, george, part of what we're doing this evening at the convention is helping voters to get a bigger, broad picture of all of hillary clinton's career. this is someone who has fought for decades on behalf of kids and families. that's going to be her mission moving forward as president, and a lot of voters just aren't familiar with her accomplishments, with her work out of law school to make sure that disabled kids got access to public education, how she worked to provide universal healthcare for all americans, and when she lost that fight she kept at it in a republican congress, got the children's health insurance passed. her historic work to reduce nuclear stock piles as secretary of state. the list goes on and on. what we're going to spend time on tonight and president clinton is going to talk about tonight is her lifelong motivation and commitment to those fights and to making a real difference in
people's lives. >> thanks for joining us this morning. robin? to the republicans, donald trump on the attack trying to make the most of turmoil here at the convention and addressing that speculation about russian hackers. abc's tom llams is on the campaign trail. >> reporter: donald trump calling those claims from the clinton campaign conspiracy theories and going after many of the speakers last night at the democratic convention, except for one. >> what a mess they have going. >> reporter: overnight, donald trump seizing on the fallout from the hacking of the dnc and the ousting of former party chair debbie wasserman schultz. >> i've watched her for years and what she was is hillary clinton's flunkie. she was rigging the system for hillary. as soon as there's heat put on hillary's person, hillary says, you're fired. >> reporter: the clinton campaign trying to tie trump to
the hack, possibly by russian agents. democrats point to trump's affinity for russian leader vladimir putin. >> i never met putin in all fairness but that putin likes trump and, therefore, he went in and he stole it and he wants trump to win, okay, now, i have to say this, number one, it was one of the weirdest conspiracy -- >> reporter: but the republican nominee signaling he would be a friend to russia. >> wouldn't it be nice if russia and us and a couple of others went out and knocked the hell out of isis? >> reporter: trump also calling out democratic presidential candidate senator bernie sanders for endorsing clinton. >> the sad thing is that if he didn't give up he really would have left a legacy. >> reporter: trump live tweeting the democratic national convention, posting" bernie sanders totally sold out to crooked hillary clinton. all of that work, energy and money and nothing to show for it." and trump already looking past the democratic convention.
>> i would kill her in the debate, oh, by the way, am i looking forward to that debate. oh. >> reporter: and last night, donald trump pretty much going after every speaker in prime time at the democratic convention with the exception of one, first lady michelle obama. robin. >> that was noted. all right, tom, thank you very much. as george was just saying new polls show donald trump getting a boost after the republican convention last week. abc's jon karl joins us now to break them down. and the race tighter than ever, right, jon? >> reporter: absolutely, robin. it's hard to measure a convention bounce at this point but it seems trump has clear momentum, especially on favorability and trust on voters. in fact, nate silver, our partners at fivethirtyeight put a chance of a trump victory at nearly 54% if the election was held there today and get there by looking at the state polls. let's take a look at our map, the red states are the states that republicans won in 2012, blue, democrats. right now they have trump ahead in nevada, iowa, ohio,
pennsylvania and florida and as you can see at the top, that gets them well beyond the 270 electoral votes he would need to win but i've got to caution, robin, this is a very fluid race and even in these states, the polling is all over the place. >> a lot of time between now and november. all right, thank you so much, jon. >> okay, robin, we move on to massive wildfires in the west. thousands of firefighters trying to battle the blaze and abc's kayna whitworth is on the scene in santa clarita with the latest. good morning, kayna. >> reporter: good morning. we're at the sand fire, the biggest in california. more than 33,000 acres, 10% contained leaving behinds scenes like this. 20 homes have been lost and that includes the homes of firefighters themselves. this fire has been moving fast, about 10,000 acres a day, but it's now moving east into the angeles national forest and away from populated communities.
that means some people who were evacuated were allowed back in their homes last night. of course, george, that is if they have anything to return to. >> boy, it is just devastating. okay, kayna, thanks very much. now back to new york and amy has the other top stories. >> good morning, we begin with the bombing outside the united nations offices in somalia. 13 killed including seven u.n. guards. a suicide bomber struck a somali security checkpoint. al shabaab has claimed responsibility. 19 people have died after a former employee went on a stabbing rampage at a home for the mentally disabled near tokyo. this is the worst mass killing in japan since world war ii. police say the man was angry over being fired and wrote to japanese lawmakers warning them of his attack plan but they did nothing. back here in this country dallas police are seeing a surge of people applying for law enforcement jobs since the ambush that killed five officers this month. just days after the attack, police chief david brown urged protesters to serve the community and join the force and that they did. since then applications have
soared by 344%. in florida, a mother and her young daughter survived an incredibly close call. take a look as they crashed into a fence, a metal pole impaled their minivan piercing the windshield and front seat coming within just about an inch from where 4-year-old khloe was sitting in the back in her car seat. she suffered just a scratch to her forehead and told police i didn't cry and i was brave. she certainly was, george and robin. >> i didn't cry. thank you, amy. now to ginger and severe storms and heat in the northeast. we've certainly felt it yesterday and last night in philly, ginger. >> yes, you did. fueled by that heat you had the storms come through. we've got these stunning images of lightning hitting that empire state building. i thought a perfect time to update you. 20 deaths already related to lightning this year in the united states. 11 in just the last two weeks so be extra careful when storms come through. let's get to the tuesday trivia.
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and that is the church in northern france where attackers took hostages this morning during mass killing a priest before police took them down. pope francis condemning the attacks saying his thoughts and prayers are with all those affected by the violence. one more terror attack. also right now, it is bill clinton's night here in philly. we see him last night giving bernie sanders a standing ovation. one of the big questions tonight is how are sanders supporters going to treat the former president when he takes the stage to speak about his wife hillary. we'll get into that in our big board. also thousands of firefighters battling massive fires in the west. 10,000 homes evacuated in california and millions are on alert for even hotter temperatures. and this morning, gas prices in some states dropping below $2 a gallon.
how low will it go and how long will it last? all of that is coming up. >> that's on the big board, too. first that dramatic survival story. a teen struck by lightning while playing pokemon go on the beach unconscious for days but he's revived now and speaking out about that scary incident. let's go back up to amy in new york for that. hey, amy. >> this is an incredible story, george. pokemon go we know is sweeping the nation, so many people intent on finding those pokeballs, some of them though forgetting to look up from their phones and, yes, one north carolina teenager found out the extremely hard way why it is so important to pay attention to your surroundings. it's the game that has everyone running, diving and jumping all to catch that elusive pokemon but the hunt for the pokemon nearly killed this north carolina teen. >> it was just really dark and i was on my phone. then everything kind of just went black. >> reporter: cameron was engrossed in a game with a friend on vacation on this tampa beach when suddenly --
>> i tried to figure out if i was hurting and my whole body was pretty much numb. >> reporter: lightning struck, his heart stopped. >> i had been hit by lightning in the back or something. >> reporter: three beachgoers immediately came to his aid. ems crews worked on cameron for half an hour. >> i can't believe that he's able to walk and talk. it was the level of excellent cpr that they got -- that he got that has made the difference. >> reporter: after a week in the icu cameron says he is grateful to be alive. and we are so happy he is okay. you know, there is a message that pops up when you begin pokemon go that says, be alert at all times and be aware of your surroundings. this of course is a dramatic reminder that we all need to do that, robin. >> that is certainly right, amy. thank you. now to the widespread reaction to the senseless killings of african-americans and police officers, basketball legend michael jordan announcing he's donating $1 million to the naacp's legal defense fund and institute for community police relations. this comes as seven mothers who lost their children to violence prepare for a very important
appearance here at the democratic convention tonight. i had a chance to sit down with them yesterday. >> my life changed dramatically on february 26th, 2012. >> reporter: mothers, each with their own stories of unspeakable loss. >> i'm sybrina fulton, the mother of trayvon martin. >> i'm the mother of jordan davis, the young man who was shot and killed in jacksonville, florida for playing loud music in his car. my name is leslie mcfadden. my son is michael brown. he was killed on august 9th in ferguson. >> i am cleopatra cowley-pendleton, mother of the late hadiya pendleton murdered january 29th, 2013 shot in the back. >> i'm ria hamilton, my son is dontre hamilton. my baby had 21 bullet holes in his body. i did not get any justice. >> i'm geneva reed-veal, mother of sandra bland. she ended up dead in a jail cell.
>> i'm gwen carr, mother of eric garner murdered two years ago last week in staten island by a police officer who put him in a choke hold. >> i can't breathe. you've heard that from demonstrators across the country using that as their battle cry. moms now standing united with the one person they believe can make a change. >> from your perspective, mrs. clinton, what can we do? >> reporter: mothers of the movement joining forces to support hillary clinton's campaign. seen here in this exclusive first look airing tonight at the convention. >> well, i think you can continue to speak out but you will be more effective if you do somehow band together. >> i was taught that you want to cause a reaction that's going to lead to action. >> absolutely. >> and what is it that you want this message to be? >> we must bring awareness, we
must tell the people that don't wait until tragedy knocks on your door. >> that's right. >> start doing something now in the communities. >> that's right. >> to help your neighborhood, help your communities. >> our leaders need to be accountable. >> you believe secretary clinton is going to be able to do that as president? >> with the reform bill that she has in place, it implements it but we're going to hold her accountable. >> that's right. >> for her actions. >> that's right. >> with these bills and law. >> she's the first presidential candidate that i'm aware of that has just said, this is a national crisis. it has to be dealt with. our communities and our families will never be safe unless we deal with gun violence in this country. >> we're going to have much more of the conversation with them in our last half hour and what they are talking about is coming together and saying that they can't help -- you know, they've -- all they want is
their children back and that's not going to happen so they want to see what they can do to make sure it doesn't happen to other families. they also discussed, people believe, george, that you have to be on one side or the other. they address what's happening with police, that they are clearly being targeted. and what they're seeing in their own communities and also saying, i told them i've been listening a lot to man in the mirror, michael jordan -- michael jordan, michael jackson's song about how when change starts with you and they were talking about accountability on all fronts with everyone involved. >> that should be so powerful to see them all together up on that stage. >> it will be powerful. they'll be up on that stage tonight and this is not something that they want to do. they haven't been together like this. they have on the campaign trail and they said, george, when they start sharing their stories that they'll hear cries from the audience and it's other mothers who are feeling finally they're not alone and each of these mothers are doing work in their respective communities.
yes, it's a national stage tonight, but they want to make it clear that they are trying to help in their own communities so we'll talk about that. >> catalyze some real action. >> that's what the hope is. coming up on our big board gas price, will they dip below $2 nationwide? we'll have more on that. now drone deliveries. check this out, 7-eleven now delivering slurpees from the air, will it make its way to you and as we said it's going to be bill clinton's night here at the democratic convention. can he unite the party? will he face protests? our insiders join us in just two minutes. our insiders join us in just two minutes.
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and it's time now for our big board. our team of insiders standing by for more on today's top stories. matt dowd right here with us and let's talk about the first story right now, bill clinton tonight here at the democratic convention. he's got kind of a mixed record at conventions. debuted in 1988. bombed for michael due kak kiss. many of course, did well in 1992
and last year, four years ago for president obama, really effective speech but tonight it's very tricky for him trying to get there on behalf of his wife without overshadowing her. >> he's on an historic streak. this will be his 10th convention in a row he's speaking at. longer than anybody has. he is the cal ripken of political convention in the course of this. i think he would be smart to break the ice on this and say i've put hillary clinton -- i put my wife through a lot. she's gone through a lot. she's fought through a lot and i put her through a lot and here's who she is. i think that would be a good move. i don't know if he'll do it but it would be a great move. >> thinking back to '88 and '92, the crowd that he faced then and the crowd he's going to face tonight, the democratic party is different. how will he get his message across? >> different and the environment is different. that was a time when the republicans won three straight terms and the democrats really wanted to win and went to somebody that was a more moderate democrat from the dlc, democratic leadership council. that's not this democratic party today and that's not the country today. it's a much more progressive party. it's a party that doesn't really like the compromises of
conservatives and liberal -- they want a much more progressive agenda and it will be interesting to see how he is received here. he is still well liked but -- >> yeah, but how he will handle possible protests. we seen him at states of the union ad lib go off and engage the protesters. will he do that tonight? >> he is aggressively handled protesters over the past year or so. that's not going to be a good thing at this because you don't want the former president to get booed but one thing the democrat have that the republicans don't is a former president speaking at their convention. >> we'll see what happens tonight. and also, you know gas prices, they're on the way down. did you hear about this? >> yes. >> we want to talk to dave ramsey about that. aaa just came out, the new national average is down to $2.15 nationwide. why is this happening and how low will it go? >> whoo-hoo. isn't it wonderful? i love it when i fill up my car it doesn't cost so much. it's happening because opec is
opening the spigot. oil is a supply/demand price thing so they flooded the market with extra oil and it's driven the prices down. how long they will continue to do that, who knows but, boy, we're going to enjoy it while we can and, hey, it's under $2 in some places. it's awesome. >> you talk about enjoying it, dave, but a lot of people just go out and spend it. how do they save it? >> well, you don't want to spend it, obviously. it's a chance for you to do some good things with your money and that always starts with the "b" word, the dreaded budget where you give every dollar a name and make those extra dollars that you have behave. we have a free online budget tool called every dollar. you can get it at everydollar.com and it lays out a full plan for you and you give every one of those dollars a name. a couple things you can do with those dollars, one, you can get out of debt. that would be awesome because if you didn't have payments you'd have more money to give and be generous with and more to build wealth with. we teach a thing called the debt snowball and i've helped 10
million people get out of debt using that. that's where you list your debt, smallest to largest and pay them off in that order very aggressively and grandma's rainy day fund, common sense, we need an emergency fund. why? because sometimes there's an emergency. sometimes folks say, dave, you should be positive. well, i'm positive sometimes it's going to rain and you need a rainy day fund. >> you know, this is like the good old days with you, dave. i remember you on "gma" giving us this good, solid advice like that about grandma and what to do with your money. always good to see you, dave ramsey. >> good to have you back. we're going to move on now to delivery by drone. it looks like it could be coming close to reality. 7-eleven releasing a new video of an order arriving to a customer's home in reno, nevada, got a chicken sandwich, hot coffee and, of course, a slurpee and becky worley is here with more. is it getting real? >> i am so ready for slurpees delivered by drone but alas, it's not here yet. this test is a sign that it's closer. the experiment here, the package traveled less than a mile, total
air time including the winching down of the package to the family's home less than five minutes and that winch i should mention is an innovation, no landing in your yard. with kids or pets playing. a cable lowers the package. the drone company telling me it's safer than what we saw from amazon's demonstration of drone delivery, and, yes, the coffee still hot and the slurpee still frozen. >> how did you know we were going to ask that? that's the one thing other than what flavor slurpee. i prefer cherry. you mentioned amazon so where are they in all this? >> just last night amazon telling me they've reached a deal in the uk where they'll be allowed to test three new ways, beyond where the operator can see the drone called line of sight. they'll also test collision avoidance owe think google self-driving car but for drones and test flights where one person operates multiple drones. but get this, flirty, the drone company working with 7-eleven pointed out samson has about 100 distribution centers here in the u.s.
well, 7-eleven has 10,000. they're called 7-eleven stores. and they also sell over-the-counter medicine so imagine your baby is sick, you're desperate for pain reliever. the family that ordered all the drone delivery items, they have three kids under the age of 7. what don't they need immediately? i mean, what would you guys order going on week two of the convention coverage? matt dowd, you have to be desperate for something. >> i want a pizza or a blizzard from dairy queen. >> as long as the blizzard is cold. >> yeah. >> i want a pillow. >> ah. shifts like you are. triple shifts. okay, becky. >> thanks, becky and matt and dave as well. coming up, celebrities here at the democratic national convention, all the biggest names. there's demi lovato taking on philadelphia. >> but the biggest name, t.j. holmes coming up next. 6 e, t.j. holmes coming up hex.
lady gaga, brian cran ton, katy perry, the list goes on and on and on and, t.j., you've had your eye on them all. >> you gave me the same assignment last week in cleveland, t.j., go find us the biggest celebrities. i brought you chachi. it went a little different here at the dnc. >> nothing is wrong with chachi. >> nothing wrong with chachi in '82 but it went a little different here. celebrities all over the place, bumping into them on the floor, in the stands and, yes, on the stage. ♪ motown philly back again >> reporter: and this was just the opening act. ♪ a little east coast swing >> reporter: dancing delegates and plenty of famous faces were all over the wells fargo center. many of the stars took the stage to take on trump. >> guess what, donald, it turns out america is pretty great already. >> reporter: eva longoria spoke as a proud latina. >> when donald trump called us criminals and rapists, he's insulting american families.
>> reporter: demi lovato said clinton would fight for improved care for those with mental illness. >> like millions of americans i am living with mental illness but i'm lucky. >> reporter: before putting on a powerhouse performance. ♪ what's wrong with being confident ♪ >> reporter: while senator al franken, the man who gave us "snl's" very likely stuart smalley. >> doggone it, people like me. >> reporter: went back to his comedy roots to challenge trump. >> did you know that trump university's school of ripping people off is ranked second in the nation. right behind bernie madoff university. >> reporter: later he shared the stage with comedian sarah silverman. >> oh, al, you still got it. >> reporter: senator franken told me humor was requested. it sounded like you were doing some old school stuff there. >> well, i was asked to do some humor and i will do anything for hillary.
>> reporter: how long did it take you to come up with that? >> you know, not long. >> he said he had a lot to work with. of course, we had paul simon perform last night but susan sarandon was here. i literally bumped into rosario dawson. >> she didn't seem happy. >> well, it was a long day. we all had long days. >> what you said about paul simon "bridge over troubled water" was the perfect song to play. >> i grew up to the aretha franklin version of that. my mama in the south got me hooked on that. it was a big moment for the celebs. a lot to be seen throughout the week. >> thanks very much. when we come back, prince harry, he's going to open up sharing one of his biggest regrets about his mother, princess diana, and his message of hope this morning. come on back. me on back. (toilet flush)
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it's 8:00 a.m. democrats' deep divisions on display. big protests on the convention floor during the first night as bernie sanders takes the stage. >> no one is more disappointed than i am. >> it's michelle obama who steals the show. >> i wake up every morning in a house that was built by slaves. >> polished, passionate and very personal in her appeal to america. also this morning, more of our revealing conversation with the moms who lost their children to gun violence and the police. they call themselves mothers of the movement and they're banding together for change, speaking first right here before taking the stage tonight at the convention. and prince harry opens up revealing one of his biggest regrets about his mom.
>> for the first 28 years of my life i never talked about her. >> his message that could help so many struggling with love and loss right now. ♪ time to get the chains out and decision time for jojo. >> i want to spend the rest of my life with you. >> that's what ben said. >> she's down to the final two but what happens when bad boy chad returns and the men get a chance to tell all as we say -- >> good morning, america. ♪ you say i'm complicated >> and the sun is shining here in philadelphia after those thunderstorms yesterday. day two of the democratic convention. big piece of business today, the roll call, both bernie sanders and hillary clinton will be put in a nomination. today they'll go through all the states and then in prime time tonight former president bill clinton giving his big speech. >> another full day and night and speaking of tonight, the mothers of the movement, the
group of moms who lost children to gun violence or in police custody, well, part two of our interview, they're opening up about the recent violence involving and against police officers, talk about both sides and what needs to change for everyone to come together. some more of that conversation in our last half hour. but first to amy and lara again holding down the fort for us back in new york city. >> we certainly are. >> robin, what a powerful interview and message and looking forward to hearing more from those mothers. and here in times square we have our mara schiavocampo and her sister pia joining us with another important message, this one about loving yourself and your body at any size. they may be sisters, but their journeys and their approaches are very different, and there is a lot we can all learn from those two. >> they are both terrific. >> yeah, they are incredible. also terrific, there is a new story in the "harry potter" series. >> i know, get ready, harry potter fans, we have a big exclusive for you this morning. fans, i know, have been waiting anxiously for years to find out who happens next.
well, we've got the man with the key to the secrets inside the wizarding world, he's coming up but first, amy, you have our morning rundown. >> i certainly do, lara. we begin with some breaking news from northern france. an attack at a church in normandy, the president of france now suggesting isis is behind the attack. two men armed with knives burst into the church during morning mass today taking five people hostage. one of the hostages, a priest, was killed and another critically wounded before police eventually killed the attackers. authorities have now launched a terrorism investigation. well, former president bill clinton takes the stage tonight at the democratic convention hoping to convince voters that his wife deserves his former job. bernie sanders is struggling to help unify the party after boos were heard in the crowd as he praised hillary clinton last night, and abc's cecilia vega was there for all of the drama. cecilia, good morning. >> reporter: amy, good morning to you. yeah, those boos were deafening in here, but bernie sanders also received a roaring three-minute standing ovation.
>> our revolution continues. >> reporter: but many of his supporters defiant chanting, shouting each other down, some in tears as the senator from vermont who sparked a political movement stepped aside to offer his endorsement of hillary clinton. >> hillary clinton will make an outstanding president, and i am proud to stand with her tonight. >> reporter: but even amid the chaos, first lady michelle obama stole the show throwing her support behind clinton too. >> only one person who i believe is truly qualified to be president of the united states, and that is our friend, hillary clinton. >> reporter: she became emotional talking about her time in the white house. >> i wake up every morning in a house that was built by slaves. >> reporter: that speech had this crowd on its feet including former president bill clinton, amy. he watched from one of these boxes right here behind me. >> all right, cecilia, thank you so much.
and the massive wildfire that is burning north of los angeles has now consumed 55 square miles destroying at least 18 homes. there is some good news, however, thousands of evacuated residents have been allowed to return home, and farther north the fire near big sur has now destroyed 20 homes. well, there's a health alert this morning. general mills is expanding its flour recall because more people have become sick. the brands include gold medal flour and signature kitchen's flour produced before february 10th. they have been linked to an e. coli outbreak in 21 states affecting people who ate or handled raw dough or batter. americans are no longer standing so tall compared to the rest of the world. a new study found the average american man stands at 5'10" which ranks 37th in the world. the average american woman is 5'5" ranking 42nd and researchers speculate poor nutrition is why americans are no longer reaching new heights. finally a white-bearded man
from north carolina has gained worldwide fame in just a matter of days. his last name is hemingway and funny enough, well, he just won the annual ernest hemingway look-alike contest in key west. his first name is dave, it's not ernest. and he swears he's not related to the famous writer, but he says he does like fishing and he does enjoy having a good time. this is the 36th annual hemingway contest. who knew, in key west, and i love this, paula deen's husband for the second year in a row came in the top five but didn't get the top honor. >> so close and yet so far. but congratulations, mr. hemingway. "pop news" time now and some movie news to start for you. australian actress margot robbie, one of our favorites and, boy, is she on fire starring in both "the suicide squad" and "legend of tarzan" just on the show with us and "vanity fair" has put her on the cover of their august issue with the caption, the summer of margot robbie, but writer rich cohen's story inside isn't quite as feel good. in fact, it's being met with
outrage over its sexist and strange tone. cohen describes the superstar as, quote, beautiful, not in that other worldly catwalk way but in a minor knock-around key. >> whoa. >> a blue mood, a slow dance. >> wow. >> yeah, and he says that her country australia, it's a throwback country where you go to meet throwback people. robbie talks about it with australia's "the project." take a look. >> and then when i read it, i was like, yeah, the tone of this is really weird. like i don't really know what he's trying to get at or play at. but i didn't expect there to be like an uproar about it at all. >> well, there is. when it comes to fighting sexism, margot robbie really is a superhero, as well. this weekend she told "suicide squad" fans she did all the same stunts as her male co-stars, except she did them in heels. >> good for her. >> yeah. >> and i'm glad she's speaking out about it. >> yeah, she said -- >> that tone is way off. >> way off and she said while she was giving the interview, she was like, this doesn't feel
like it's going in the right direction, you're right. also in "pop news" this morning, u.s. runner kendra harrison didn't make the olympic team but the 23-year-old sure has something pretty amazing to brag about this morning. at a track and field meet right there, you see it in london last week, she wins the 100-meter hurdles by a landslide. that's enough to celebrate, right? so then it's discovered the clocks, well, they were slightly off. harrison's time was even faster. here is her reaction, her face when she realizes she's just broken a 28-year world record held for 28 years. she flew over those 10 hurdles in 12.20 seconds. >> congratulations. >> so no olympics but lots to celebrate. congratulations. and finally who knew justin timberlake, steph curry and alfonso ribeiro all golf buddies. the three took a break from a round at the american century championships in lake tahoe this weekend to bring fans their best carlton. take a look. >> and let's go.
yeah, baby. yeah. >> so afterwards the three go on to perform steph curry's pregame ritual of dancing to the joan's barbecue and foot massage commercial that he does every game. this isn't the first time timberlake and ribeiro have treated fans to that nostalgic "fresh prince" dance. the duo brought their "a" game in february during the pebble beach pro-am. we talked about it there and do it here sometimes on "gma." not going to lie. we've seen -- >> george does it all the time. >> stop doing it. >> yeah. >> you should see him right now but it's our guy bobby. we love it when he hits -- yeah. when he hits the carlton. yes, it's always -- oh -- >> whoa. >> fonzie. >> nailed it there. >> well done, sir. well done. anyway that's "pop news." here's what's coming up on our "gma morning menu." first watch out, everybody, here i go. prince harry's emotional revelation sharing one of his biggest regrets about his
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and now he is sharing a powerful message. abc's lama hasan has more on that in london. good morning to you, lama. >> reporter: yeah, and good morning to you, lara. and that powerful message prince harry is trying to drive home is this, it's important to talk about grief and, of course, this comes after the prince revealing that it was only until three years ago he was actually able to open up about his mother's death, regretting staying silent. prince harry speaking out revealing his struggle about talking about his late mother's death. >> i really regret not ever talking about it, you know. for the first 28 years of my life, i never talked about it. >> reporter: harry was only 12 when the princess died in a tragic car crash in paris. while the world went into a very public mourning, her youngest son says he bottled up his grief. >> it's okay to suffer but as long as you talk about it, you know, it's not weakness, weakness is having a problem and not recognizing it and not solving that problem. >> reporter: harry, who served ten years active duty in the british armed forces, believes it's important to spread the message that mental illness can
affect anyone. >> you know, whether you're a member of the royal family, whether you're a soldier, whether you're a sports star, whether you're a team sport, individual sport, whether you're a white van driver, whether you're a mother, father, a child, it doesn't really matter. everyone can suffer. >> reporter: the now 31-year-old prince has joined forces with william and kate to end the stigma around mental illness, bullying and depression. put their heads together campaign. >> mental health is just as important as physical health. >> reporter: the decision by this generation of royals to talk about these kind of issues reminds many of diana's legacy. >> we think about her every day. we all do everything we can to make sure that she's never forgotten and carry on all of the special gifts as such that she had and that she portrayed while she was alive. i hope that a lot of my mother's talents are shown in a lot of the work that i do. >> reporter: well, the royal trio are trying to stamp out the stigma surrounding mental health essentially saying this, it doesn't matter who you are, it's
okay to suffer, but you have to talk about it. lara. >> yes, you do, lama, thank you so much. and coming up, "the bachelorette" men sure are talking, telling all after last night's shocking elimination. what they have to say about jojo as she faces them for the first time. stay with us on "good morning america." ♪ is depression more than sadness? ♪ it's a tangle of multiple symptoms. ♪ ♪ trintellix (vortioxetine) is a prescription medicine for depression. trintellix may start to untangle or help improve the multiple symptoms of depression. for me, trintellix made a difference. tell your healthcare professional right away if your depression worsens, or you have unusual changes in mood, behavior or thoughts of suicide. antidepressants can increase these in children, teens, and young adults. trintellix has not been studied in children.
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back now with "the bachelorette." it is decision time for jojo, and the men are telling all after last night's explosive episode. what happens when jojo takes the hot seat? abc's abbie boudreau has more. >> oh, no. oh, no. what do i do? >> reporter: that is the big question. just last night, shock. >> like this is not supposed to be happening. i like dreamed about like so much. >> reporter: anger and heartbreak. >> i get the point. >> reporter: bachelorette jojo fletcher sending home the soft-spoken texan luke stunned and speechless. >> we'll never know what we could have had. >> reporter: and jojo shocking fans. >> i'm 100% in love with you. >> reporter: parting ways with chase just moments after he revealed his love for her inside the fantasy suite. >> it was so [ bleep ]
terrifying for me to say. >> i know. >> and now look at where i end up. >> reporter: now jordan and robby, the last two men standing, and tonight the men tell all. >> i was completely shocked, you know. >> reporter: "gma" with backstage access talking to cast members and jojo just after the show. was that so nerve-racking? >> i was nervous. when i first walked out my ring flew off. i was all over the place. >> reporter: for the first time jojo facing all the guys she sent home. chase still wanting answers. >> the big question i want to know is if she didn't love me, why did she give me the fantasy -- >> and did you get that answer? >> i don't know if there is an answer to that. >> reporter: and lovable luke still in shock. when you saw her did you feel like you still had love for her? >> yeah, absolutely. i still do love her. >> you still love her? are you in love with her? >> she's always have a piece of my heart. >> reporter: and the bad boy of "the bachelorette," chad escorted by security guards confronting jojo about her final two men seen here in this exclusive "gma" sneak peek.
>> everyone else knows that robby broke up with his girlfriend days before filming in order to be on the show with you. and we both know that jordan is a liar/cheater whose own older brother won't even talk to him. >> i could go off right now. >> she wasn't too happy about it. >> yeah, she didn't seem too happy about it. either she's a bad reader of people, or she's got goals that aren't quite exactly aligned with the goals that i came in with into the show. >> it frustrates me. you know, i think that he likes the attention, though. i find it a little unbecoming and i don't know why he does it. >> reporter: but for jojo it's all about finding love. >> i'm happy with how everything ended but, you know, there always are those moments where you wish you could have done them differently. >> are you happy? did you find love? >> my lips are sealed right now but i can tell you that i'm really happy. >> reporter: promising a dramatic season finale next week. for "good morning america," abbie boudreau, abc news, los angeles. >> wow, those men really did tell all. chris harrison asking america on twitter who they think the next bachelor should be. "the bachelorette: men tell all"
two-hour special airs tonight at 8:00, 7:00 central and you can watch an extended sneak peek at goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! let's get outside now to ginger. >> looks like i'm going to be tweeting chris harrison with my ideas. so we should say a very happy birthday to maddie. she's 13, but guess what, all she wanted to do was say good morning to -- >> my dad and my brother -- >> price. >> price, yes. she knows their names. just a little much with the camera. so happy birthday, maddie. let's check the forecast. now out west we've been talking about those large wildfires. and you can see the photos there from the sand fire, the santa clarita one that's still growing and you can see also the humidity, less than 15%, check out temperatures, very warm the next couple of days and that warmth is moving to the north. check out spokane well into the 90s, portland, oregon, right there in the low to mid-90s and seattle closes in on the 90-degree mark and medford right above 100. sea
>> good morning, i am meteorologist mike nicco with the smoke behind me. it is going to be hot and hazy. another "spare the air" alert. 100 degree highs through thursday. and the heat relief take over this weekend. 60s at the coat today, and 70s and 80s around the bay and 90s to 100s inland. tonight we tall back into the 50s and 60s. it looks like a three day heat wave. we break the 100s on friday and back to average this weekend. have a good >> oh, coming up, our harry potter exclusive. a new story just days away. we are uncovering the secrets and what is your name? >> brooke. >> brooke is very excited about it. stay with us on "gma." stay with us on "gma." stay with us on "gma."
good morning. i'm matt keller. the search continues for the driver who hit a woman on a freeway and left her for dead. they are trying to identify the victim. she was wearing a knitted necklace. it is gray and red with a pocket containing a clear crystal. the chp said the victim appears to be in her 50s. she was killed by a hit and run driver early sunday. time to get an update on the morning commute with sue hall. >> good morning, everyone. we have a spare the air day in effect as mike has been telling us. great day to take mass transit. cal trans is on time. we have a slight ace train number five delay due to a fire near the tracks. all is clear now. a slight day in to fremont. >> thank you,
good morning from the roof. watching a canopy of haze to the south. look at what is going on. eight hour average looking good just about everywhere, but it is a spare the air day. if you can stay inside if it is going to bother you. 70s and 80s in the bay. 90 and 100s through thursday. another update in 30 minutes
and always on our news app and welcome back to "gma." we are live in philadelphia for day two of the democratic convention. it is bill clinton's night tonight. he will take the stage to make the case for his wife hillary and, robin, america is going to meet the moms you spoke with yesterday. >> all seven of them will take the stage tonight, the mothers of the move many. we introduced you to them earlier this morning. they're speaking about tonight's theme, a lifetime of fighting for children and families and pushing for justice for police reform and gun violence prevention in their communities and around the country after the deaths of their children. >> we might be the seven that are sitting here but it's so much bigger than us. >> reporter: seven mothers with a powerful battle cry to end gun violence and excessive police force.
including sybrina fulton, mother of trayvon martin, the unarmed florida teen shot and killed by a neighborhood watchman in 2012. >> there's something that has been placed inside us that says, listen. you can't help your son or daughters but you certainly can help other children. >> reporter: cleopatra's daughter hadiya dying as a result of gun violence in her chicago community is it we have to bring back community. we say we want these young people to focus on something different or, you know, not be violent but an idle mind is a dangerous mind so if they have no community centers or programs that can reach them there's no employment, you're going to fall into the negativity. >> miss gwen, we saw the video of your son and heard those 11 times saying i can't breathe and i know you were tired from that. is it important to say this is
my life's mission at this point. >> i never thought that i would be in this position. i was thrown into it, i never wanted this. i would rather have my son today that i could talk to him on the phone or visit him. >> yes. >> we must bring awareness and tell the people don't wait till tragedy knock on your door. >> and your daughter was jailed for a traffic stop. >> yes, yes, and i think that what we have to address here, it wasn't that she was jailed for a traffic stop. she was jailed because she was profiled. >> her daughter, sandra bland later found dead at her jail cell. >> we know there is nobody in the world of my family who believes that sandy killed herself. it hurts and then you feel like you have to get up and fight. >> and so they are. these women and other mothers who have lost children invited to voice their concerns privately with hillary clinton. >> this is not only wrong, it is
unacceptab unacceptable. >> what did you say to her. >> we talked about the injustices that we continue to see happen within our communities again and again and again. >> she endorsed all of us. she contacts us. she still calls us. we still get letters when we're not traveling with her. >> when you had the two killings of black men, and then the killing of police officers, it was like one day, second day, third day. >> right. >> how do you all handle this unrest? >> well, let me -- >> that we see. >> let me take that one and i couldn't watch the tv. i couldn't watch any of it because it was too much for me. >> you know that police officers' families have also lost lives. >> yes. >> what is your feeling when you see how police officers feel that they have been targeted recently. >> what they feel is what we've been talking about. those are the issues that people have been living every day. >> yes.
>> now the conversation is a little louder because the police have become victims. >> right, i'm not saying the assaults on law enforcement are right at all. >> no. >> you know, killing someone with a gun is just -- it never a life should be taken. >> that's right. >> and so what you see happening to the police now why they're being targeted is because of all the root of the systemic racism and the poverty and the way there's no relationship between the communities and the police and law enforcement, that is the root and so what you see now is that, you know, there's a bursting of the seams here. >> this is a bad time to be a good cop in this country. >> yes, it is. >> we need to remember they have lives too. let's stop asking the officer to do all of these things and then we're not willing to do what we need to do. we need to do self-check. you can't say they are the bad guy but i'll bet you what, break
into my home, i'm calling mr. officer. oh, yes, i am. absolutely and we have to remember that. >> we don't hate police officers. >> not at all. >> absolutely we don't hate police officers. >> a lot of people get call up on the uniform but under that uniform is somebody that belongs to somebody who really loves them. >> i'm glad that you said that because it's so true because i look at you as veries even though you're a group and see you as individual, same thing with police officers. what is it that you want and there's just no room for negotiation, has to change in your opinion? >> our leaders need to be accountable. >> legislation, keeping guns out of the hands of people who should not have guns. the easiest things that you can do to start protecting community, not just minority communities, but the communities at large. >> their shared pain now transformed into a lifelong bond and a powerful message. >> we all have gone through
tragedies and just to be around people who know what we are going through, unless you have lost a child, you don't know this side. so, you know, i know her heart. i know her heart. you know, it's just like i know them. it's like i know the pain because i live the pain every day. >> we're very protective of each other. >> i see that. >> so much so. >> such a bond that you see between all of them and it's a club none of them wanted to join and the reason that they're joined together is to help other families so it doesn't happen to them and they help one another because yesterday geneva, that's sandra bland's mother, it was a year ago yesterday that they buried her daughter and it was very difficult but they were there for each other, laughter, tears but a real connection they have. >> what a powerful message she had, bad time to be a good cop reaching out to that side. >> they're not anti-police. they're not -- like she said she'll be the first ones to call
the police if there's trouble. but, again, it comes back to they said accountability on all fronts and that people in -- certain people in communities have to change their view of how police work and police have to change their view and so it is an ongoing conversation but what they're hoping for and all people are hoping for is like it's great to have dialogue, great to have a conversation, it's not playing the race card if you talk about it. but it's about the solutions and they're going to take that stage tonight and talk about the solutions that they hope to see. >> we will be here, of course, for all of that and we'll be here all week long. 10:00 every night in prime time. 10:00 eastern and "gma," "world news" and "nightline" all live from philadelphia. here for the democratic convention. let's go back to ginger. >> when do you sleep, george? >> a couple hours. >> okay. ginger. >> i hope you guys weren't talking. i can't hear you very well because you're missing a party out in times square. my goodness. that was a great story, robin. we loved hearing about it. but what we want to do is you
saw the storms in philadelphia. we saw the storms here in new york. look at the picture from brooklyn. flash flooding under that bridge and rainfall will stay to the south today. some of the heavier stuff in virginia and parts of the coastal north carolina. >> good morning, i am meteorologist mike nicco. check out hazy sunshine from the smoke. it is going to be around all day. 60s at coast. 70s and 80s around the bay. 90s and 100s inland and the heat wave lasts thr >> this weather report brought to you by target. let's go ahead and get inside to lara. >> thank you very much. we turn to our magical "harry potter" exclusive. so much excitement for the new story and abc's juju chang has all the details. >> reporter: we begin at the ending of "harry potter and the deathly hallows." it's 18 years since voldemort's death and our hero is sending his sons off to hog wart's. p potterheads everywhere dying to
know what happens next. >> i don't know, sir. >> reporter: clearly hermione knows but she's not going to tell us. so we hounded j.k. rowling's long time u.s. editor to get the scoop. only way to travel for a "harry potter" story, magically. time to evaporate. who exactly is the cursed child? >> i'm not going to tell you. >> arthur a. levine is the muggle responsible for bringing one of the most successful book franchises to america including the latest story "harry potter and the cursed child." >> the biggest difference is that this is a script, so it's really all in the dialogue and the stage directions. >> reporter: in a popular london stage play soon to be released in script form, harry has a day job, hunting down dark wizards for the ministry of magic. and yet is he having a mid-life crisis? is there some danger looming? >> you know, you can only imagine. >> reporter: so can you give me the secret ending? >> no. >> can you give me the surprise
plot twists. >> no. >> does voldemort return? you'd make an excellent spy. levine gave me a tour of some of scholastic's "harry potter" artifacts. that's one big trunk. this trunk carried the first signed copy of the sixth book to america. in what way is this story true to its roots? >> it's really about the question of how do you be a true friend? how do you be a good parent? you know, these are larger things that everyone can relate to and you don't really have to be a "harry potter" fan. >> reporter: for "good morning america," juju chang, abc news, new york. >> i'm in. >> i'm in. >> going to be so good. and the script for "harry potter and the cursed child" is available this sunday. coming up, mara schiavocampo and her sister sharing their body proud secrets. stay with us.
finding happiness. on the surface sisters mara and pia schiavocampo seem like complete opposites. mara is a health and fitness enthusiast who wrote the book "thinspired." pia is a body acceptance activist. >> beauty comes in all shapes and sizes. >> reporter: who runs mixed fat chick. even in the kitchen, their approach to cooking is different. >> i'm doing mine with bacon, hello, can you say bacon? she's doing hers with spaghetti squash. >> reporter: but the pair say underneath it all their goes are the same. >> what we're seeking is freedom. peace of mind, acceptance, confidence, self-love. >> you just sort of get to a place where you're like, you know what, i'm enough. it's okay to be in this body and it's okay to love myself. this is me. you got to love it or leave it. >> love me or leave me alone. >> or leave me alone. i love it. >> i love it too. >> i love it. >> reporter: joining us now are mara and pia and six other women who have all taken similar journeys. thank you for being with us.
i want to ask, you all have different stories but what do you think about each other's messages? >> you know, it's interesting, the day i realized we really did have quite a big difference was the day my diet book came out she wrote a blog about how much she hates diet books so i thought, okay, we have this difference but what i've come 20 realize we really are much more similar. i have seen so much of her journey up close and personal and vice versa and so happy to see her in a good place and inspired. >> pia, you love mara's diet book, don't you. >> this is the thing, her book was so open and honest about where she came from and that was what was really important. it wasn't this like, oh, i'm a thin happy person, i have struggles and i think the end game is all about being healthy and healthy. that's how she got to her place so that's fantastic. >> i can see how you two are related. all right. teresa, i want to bring you into the conversation because you got fans out here. you've been struggling with weight your whole life and you relate to more -- sorry, essie, your experience is more like
pia's, correct. >> correct. definitely through social media, so popular now, i felt the pressure to be a little smaller. a little thinner but with the power of social media and the body positive community i celebrate my size with confidence. definitely made me feel better about myself so i know you've definitely dealt with social media. how do you feel about the pressure? >> social media has been the thing that has made me kind of come to this happy place. because i surround myself and my feed is filled with women who look like you and elise and that makes me feel good about myself. my favorite #iamenough. no matter what size or color or 5b89, you are enough as you are. that's important to me. >> i know you've been struggling as well. tell me about your experience. >> yes, i struggled with my weight my entire life. i know i'll never be a size 2 or a 4 but i'm on my way to self-acceptance. when did that come to you. >> i found that i didn't start
accepting and loving myself more when i started losing weight, i started losing weight when i started loving and accepting myself more. because when i took the food out, i had to replace it with something and what i replaced it with that was effective was self-care. resting when you're tired. drinking when you're thirsty, giving yourself nourishing food and really loving yourself. that for me was the key. >> we're walking over to the yoga mats. but, brittany, you're struggling with your weight but worried about your healthy food choices. >> being a thin woman is a misconception that we don't have to eat healthy or exercise and it's a health concern so i just -- mara, how do you feel about eating right. >> for me i've always said i don't think exercise is that important for weight loss. you can lose weight without exercise. for me it's all about what's up here and what's in here. exercise is about mind/body. >> mind/body. >> leave it all on the math. my favorite pose, i like balance poses so i love tree and probably will fall over on national tv but i hike to feel balanced and centered and that to me helps mind/body and gets
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