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donald trump on defense after that dramatic debate. >> and i was also holding back >> takes aim at the moderator, the media, and even his mike. >> my microphone was terrible. i think -- i wonder, was it set up that way on purpose? >> clinton fired up, take a victory lap. >> one down, two to go. >> as trump doubles down on his criticism of the former miss universe saying her weight as a big problem. what the beauty queen is revealing on "gma" this morning. breaking news. a deadly police shooting in california. sparking protests overnight. the image from the scene showing officers confronting an unarmed man, then opening fire. >> shots fired. sending an ambulance. >> the investigation right now. marlins mystery. the disturbing new text messages
sent hours before pitcher, jose fernandez, was killed in that boat crash. >> it's too dark at night. >> the all-star distraught. why did his friends try to cancel that boat trip? and dropped. the epic fail as a yankees fan tries to ask his girlfriend to marry him all caught on the jumbotron. the stands rallying to recover the lost ring, and what the couple is saying this morning. ♪ who cares baby i think i want to marry you ♪ ♪ and good morning, america. who cares about the game? all the drama in the stands last night. >> and in baseball speak, he almost struck out in front of all those people. biggest moment of his life, he almost struck out. but they did find the ring, you know, spoiler alert but it wasn't on the ground. wait till we find out where he found it. >> that's my kind of diamond at the ballpark. we'll hear from that couple coming up.
but first, we all know that the race for the white house just 41 days away, hillary clinton celebrating her debate performance, tweeting out this moe photo, and now she is back on the campaign trail, continuing to take on donald trump after the most watched presidential debate in history. abc's cecilia vega is in raleigh, north carolina where clinton held a rally. good morning, cecilia. >> reporter: hey, robin. good morning to you. she certainly is celebrating, and we now know one of the things clinton is saying. that aides are telling us one of the first things she said when she got off that debate stage was how dead on her trump stand-in had been in those mock debates. but she is now in what her campaign is calling a battleground blitz trying to capitalize on this momentum. ♪ ain't no mountain high enough ♪ >> reporter: it had all the signs of a victory rally. hillary clinton did a dance. ♪ ain't no mountain high enough ♪ >> reporter: clinton did a dance, raised her arms in the air, and then she went to work. >> oh, yes. one down, two to go. >> reporter: clinton in north carolina still riding high. >> he made it very clear that he didn't prepare for that debate.
>> reporter: she wasn't just basking in the glow of what her campaign calls a win. >> there was a lot of work for fact checkers last night. >> reporter: she was downright gloating. >> and i said, yeah. you know what? i did prepare and i'll tell you something else i prepared for, i prepared to be president of the united states and i think that's good. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: clinton now looking past the debate and to election day. her team of top surrogates from senator bernie sanders to first lady, michelle obama, fanning out across the map, stopping in nine battleground states by friday. starting with her husband in ohio. >> did she have a good debate or what? >> reporter: hillary clinton on her campaign plane not ready to end the victory lap. >> are you concerned that donald trump will not show up for the next debate? >> well, i'm going to show up. if i'm the only person on stage, well, you know, i'm the only person on stage. >> reporter: now, donald trump has said he will do the next two debates, but his surrogate, rudy
giuliani, suggested he shouldn't. clinton is now focused on trying to expand her base. first lady michelle obama will be out campaigning for her today and clinton herself joins bernie sanders in new hampshire. george, they are trying to win over much-needed millennial voters. >> trying to get them back. thank you very much. moving on to donald trump. he declared victory but that didn't stop him from lashing out about how it went and the attack he didn't make. tom llamas in chicago with trump's take on the debate. good morning, tom. >> reporter: george, good morning to you. following that debate, trump told me, he did great but now he is having second thoughts, and he is blaming everyone but himself. overnight, at a massive rally in florida, donald trump telling supporters he went easy on hillary clinton at the debate. >> i was also holding back. i didn't want to do anything to embarrass her. >> reporter: trump putting his own spin on that night. >> the set, the all-time record for debates and maybe television.
who knows? >> reporter: the republican nominee happy about the ratings but not about the moderator. >> well, he didn't ask her about the e-mails at all. he didn't ask her about her scandals. he didn't ask her about the benghazi deal that she destroyed. >> reporter: and complaining about his mike. >> my microphone was terrible. i think -- i wonder was it set up that way on purpose? >> reporter: clinton calling out trump's complaints. >> anybody who complains about the microphone is not having a good night. >> reporter: and her campaign capitalizing on this debate moment. >> one of the worst things he said was about a woman in a beauty contest. he called this woman miss piggy, then he called her miss housekeeping because she was latina. donald, she has a name. >> where did you find this? >> her name is alicia machado. >> reporter: the clinton campaign releasing this video showing how trump took issue with alicia machado's weight after she won the pageant. >> she weighed 118 pounds or 117 pounds and she went up to 160 or 170, so this is somebody that likes to eat.
>> reporter: on tuesday, trump defending what he said. he once described machado as an eating machine and now as a troublemaker. >> she was the worst we ever had. the worst. the absolute worst and, you know, she gained a massive amount of weight, and it was a real problem. we had a real problem. not only that, her attitude, and we had a real problem with her. >> reporter: now as for the miss piggy, and miss housekeeper name-calling the trump campaign put out a statement calling machado's claims baseless and unsubstantiated. >> let's talk to matt dowd about this right now. i can't imagine that donald trump wanted to be talking about alicia machado coming in but he did. the clinton team set a trap. he fell right into it. >> i can't decide if this is a "mad men" episode or howard stern episode. what's going on right now in the course of this. i often recall that there's a book, "everything that i needed to know, i learned in kindergarten," and one of the things you don't do is insult people and have some respect for them and don't go after them physically. this is not the conversation he wanted to have after the debate he just had.
>> consensus developed. hillary clinton won the debate. the first initial poll showed that as well but where the race stands four years ago mitt romney beat barack obama in the first debate pretty badly, got a bump, but then fell back. >> i think what you have to do -- he has a time to recover in this, but you have to demonstrate some humility, and some honesty. you first have to admit that you lost in order to repair the damage that you did. it's little like a pitcher that goes in, has a horrible outing but tells everybody he won and doesn't go back and fix his mechanics. the only thing donald trump seems to be saying is, i didn't hit enough batters. >> he says he'll come out for the next two debates and also hinting at the idea he'll put bill clinton's infidelities on the table. >> we'll see if he does that. he has 11 days or so to think that through. he may do that. he may feel at that point -- i think a lot will depend on polls. if he's five or six points behind, no telling what he does. >> matt dowd, thanks very much. we will hear more from alicia machado coming up just ahead.
michael? well, thank you, george. now to those massive wildfires out west forcing hundreds of people out of their homes, and ginger, you have been following all of that. good morning to you. >> it's hot out there. so the santa cruz beach board walk, we can see that picture so you can get an image, almost looks volcanoic, but no, that is the loma fire, now burning more than 2,200 acres, about 10% contained at last update so that area, this is what is significant about it. not only is it hot and dry but they haven't had a fire in about 15 years, so there's all that dry fuel ready to burn, and the geography has made it difficult to fight that fire. 11 large wildfires, 7 in central and northern california. at this point we had santa ana winds not helping. the offshore, that makes heat, but good news is we've got slightly cooler air coming in, a little dip in the jet stream so you guys, we'll be still talking about fires. it burns whether it's cool or hot, but a little help for the firefighters. >> it does help. all right, ginger, thank you. now to a deadly police shooting in california sparking
protests overnight and raising questions after an officer opened fire on a man outside a strip mall just outside of san diego. abc's matt gutman is on the scene, has the latest on this ongoing investigation. good morning, matt. >> reporter: robin, good morning. police now saying that an african-american man who was shot right around here was unarmed when an officer shot him multiple times. now, the investigation is still ongoing, but police have released a single frame of cell phone taken by a bystander. police say it seems to show a man taking something out of his pocket and taking a threatening stance towards police. that shooting triggering near immediate protests here in el cajon at the police station down the street. hundreds of people shouting, no justice, no peace. police were originally called down here when people of the sister said he was erratically walking in and out of the
street. she allegedly warned them that he was mentally ill. that he was unarmed and that he needed their help. robin. >> that investigation just under way. thank you. we'll get the latest on last week's bombings in new york and new jersey. authorities released this new image as they still look for two men on the scene, and the bomber's father sat down with our chief investigative correspondent, brian ross. good morning, brian. >> good morning, george. the mystery deepens about the identities of those two men being sought by the fbi. if they were just innocent witnesses, why haven't they come forward? all this as the suspect's father gives his first full tv interview with surprising new details about his son and the fbi. >> reporter: it's been one week this morning since the fbi first went public looking for the two men. the new images show them with a colorful piece of luggage, they walked off with. apparently unaware that the pressure cooker they left behind was one of the homemade bombs. you don't know these men? >> no. >> they're not friends of your
son? >> never saw them. >> reporter: he tells abc news this morning he does not recognize the two men and is certain his son acted alone. you think he did this by himself? >> he did everything by himself. he buy everything by himself. he order and online. he did it by himself. >> reporter: in fact, the father believes that his 28-year-old son was up to no good for months before he allegedly planted his bombs in new york and new jersey. changing the locks on his bedroom door in the family apartment and keeping everyone out. nobody could go in there? >> nobody could go. one time my grandson, he went to his room and he's screaming and kick him out back. he's a little, 4 years old. >> what do you think? >> i'd say he did something wrong. >> reporter: but the father told abc news no one in the family had any idea that the increasingly secretive ahmad was preparing his alleged bomb attacks. but did anybody see him building the bomb? >> nothing, nothing, nobody. >> something suspicious going on in that bedroom? >> nobody, believe me. i guarantee. >> reporter: but federal agents
tell abc news, they are looking closely now at some of the radical social media posts shared by the suspect's older sister who he stayed with in pakistan. rahami was shocked when we showed him what was on his daughter's page. have you ever talked to her about any of this? >> no, this is the first time i saw that. >> reporter: the father also told abc news that one of the fbi agents present when his son was shot and captured last week was the same agent who two years earlier, had investigated his son as a possible terrorist, and concluded without interviewing ahmad that he was no terror threat. so you think they should have interviewed him? >> yes, a hundred percent and they never did. >> no. >> the fbi says the agent conducted a thorough investigation even after the father recanted his original claims about his son, something the father disputes. as for his son, the father says doctors have told him, ahmad is still in bad shape, suffering from what he called, massive infections after being shot, his prognosis still uncertain.
>> brian, at the start officials seemed pretty sure those men were not involved. now they're raising real questions. >> they don't understand why they haven't come forward. they have just disappeared. why haven't they come forward if they are innocent? >> brian ross, thanks very much. now we have the latest on the boat crash that killed miami marlins' pitcher, jose fernandez and two of his friends. police say fernandez was at a bar before the crash and text messages suggest he may have been upset about something. abc's steve osunsami has new details. steve, what do authorities think happened in those last hours? >> reporter: well, robin, investigators are still trying to piece together the chain of events that led to that tragic crash. they are not even sure yet at this point who was driving the boat, but it's becoming very clear that fernandez and his friends were out very late. authorities are blaming high speed for the crash that sent jose fernandez's speedboat hurling into these rocks early sunday. >> they've got a capsized vessel by the way. the boat struck the jetty. >> reporter: but this morning friends are revealing that for some reason, the marlins' ace pitcher was very upset before the accident.
and these text messages from earlier in the night between bill bernal and rivero, who was with fernandez at the time, bernal is begging them not to go out on the boat. try to keep him close to the shore if you go out. trust me, it's not my time yet. i know but try to keep jose cool, tell him what i said. bernal explained himself to a local miami station. >> i didn't have a good feeling about it. it's too dark at night. >> reporter: now a popular miami bar and restaurant, next to a boat dock near the accident scene, confirms fernandez and friends were there as late as 2:00 a.m., about an hour and a half before they were found dead. this morning, the families of the three young men are saying their final good-byes. >> his friend needed him, and he went to go support his friend, and he died being a friend. he died being a really good friend. [ playing "take me out to the ball game" [ ♪ >> reporter: at the ballpark the marlins have painted his jersey number on the mound celebrating the all-star who escaped from
communist cuba to live the american dream. fernandez's funeral is scheduled tomorrow. the medical examiner says the toxicology reports could be released sometime this week. robin? >> we know he asked some of his teammates to join him and they all said that they could not and they're just -- that whole team and community is really reeling right now, aren't they? >> reporter: well, robin, it's a powerful story, you not only for families in south florida, but for sports fans across the country, and the emotional push behind this is these people who have been following fernandez his entire career. who watched him escape from cuba to start a brand new life. >> it took several attempts for him to finally make it here to the u.s. steve, thank you for your reporting. yes, four times. now to amy with the morning's other top stories, starting with the death of shimon peres. >> that's correct. a state funeral is planned friday in jerusalem for former israeli leader and nobel peace prize winner, shimon peres. he died today at age 93 after recently suffering a stroke.
a towering figure in israel. peres served twice as prime minister and once as president and helped negotiate the oslo peace accords. in a statement, president obama said, quote, a light has gone out, but the hope he gave us will burn forever. well, in syria conditions in aleppo have taken a turn for the worse. at least 1,000 people have been killed in a stepped up bombing campaign by syrian and russian forces. witnesses say, so-called bunker buster bombs have hit shelters and a hospital. back here in this country authorities trying to figure out who sent a suspicious package to the charlotte police headquarters, forcing the building to evacuate. a bomb robot placed it into a secure capsule to be taken to a remote location. it was reportedly sent via fedex and contained a cell phone, flashlight and a bulb. police say they received no calls or specific threats. well, the ceo of wells fargo is being forced to give up $41 million in salary and bonuses in the wake of that scandal over
fraudulent accounts to meet sales goals. bank employees opened accounts without customers' permission, another executive will forfeit $19 million in bonuses and severance. and we are closer than ever to being able to book a vacation to mars. elon musk announced his plan to colonize the red planet with his rocket company, spacex, and he hopes to begin regular trips in eight years. his goal is to reduce the cost from about $10 billion, with a "b" dar to just about $200,000 per ticket, and establish cities on mars within a century. mars -- musk did have a warning. he said, if you are prepared to die, and that is a possibility, but if it's okay with you, it will be really, really fun to go. >> did he really say that? >> yep. he did. >> not just vacation, go live there. >> that's right. colonizing mars. >> and talked about pizza. pizza parlors there. >> going from $10 billion to $200,000, sounds like a bargain to me. it really does. everybody, check out this moment from last night's yankees
game, the biggest highlight wasn't on the field. it was in the stands actually. andrew fox was about to propose to his girlfriend, heather, until he dropped the ring and announce did a play by play about it. >> she is looking. they're all looking for a diamond -- allegedly a diamond ring. >> please find it so i can feel better right now. >> well, sounds like the announcers is choking on his words right there watching it but the fans, all the fans were helping out. it was a very tense five minutes until they found the ring in the cuff of her pants. >> oh. >> thank goodness for bell bottoms, everybody. they come in handy. that's what happened. and then we have this -- this is what andrea had to say about the situation. >> if we don't find in this will be the biggest fail in history. situation. >> if we don't find in this will be the biggest fail in historw e situation. >> if we don't find in this will be the biggest fail in history. situation. >> if we don't find in this will be the biggest fail in historw e situation. >> if we don't find in this will be the biggest fail in history. >> you know what, andrew, i think everybody at the desk would have to agree with you, my
friend and that's the reason you should never propose at a baseball game. >> one reason. >> that's one reason. you have seen people say no, too. that's another reason, but this man, he hit a home run. took that one from you. he hit a home run there. >> i got it. >> ding, ding, ding. very nice. >> over to ginger now. >> rainy cities brought to you by carmax. >> good morning. i am meteorologist mike nicco. the heat wave is over. cool sea breeze today. drawback? smoke will hit the south bay the next several days. more clouds and mit. scattered light showers in the back what of the forecast. today, 60s along the coast in san francisco, and 70s around the bay and only 80s inland. tonight is good sleeping
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by enjoying activia yogurt with billions of probiotics everyday. take the activia probiotic challenge! welcome back to "gma." there she is, the woman at the center of the race for president, former miss universe alicia machado, taking on donald trump after he body-shamed her. our new interview just moments ago. >> also right now, hillary clinton and donald trump back on the campaign trail after the most watched presidential debate ever. clinton's campaign calling her performance a win as trump defends his own debate performance. the election, as you know, just 41 days away. take a look at this. it's a jewelry heist caught on tape. authorities searching for thieves seen crashing the car into a bethesda, maryland, store window smashing display cases and looting the shop before fleeing on foot. the suspects are still on the loose this morning. and also this morning, the royal road trip. will and kate making headlines for their parenting.
as you can see kate getting down to prince george's level to talk to him, and why that has a lot of parents talking this morning. >> because we've all done it, right? you better -- but not maybe on a public stage like that. >> a little talking to. just a little bit. we'll begin with that beauty queen at the center of the debate. former miss universe who donald trump called miss piggy, speaking out after trump doubles down on criticism of her weight, and, amy, you have more. >> that's right, george. alicia machado became miss universe the same year donald trump took over that pageant. she claims he called her miss eating machine after she gained 40 pounds. she says she is sharing her experience now because she is concerned about the future of her adopted country. >> reporter: she was once named the most beautiful woman in the world. >> miss venezuela, you are the new miss universe. >> reporter: now 20 years later former miss universe, alicia machado, is back in the spotlight. this time finding herself in the middle this year's presidential election. >> he called this woman miss
piggy. then he called her miss housekeeping because she is latina. donald, she has a name. >> where did you find this? >> her name is alicia machado. >> reporter: trump spoke out about her claims on fox news. >> she was the worst we ever had. the worst. the absolute worst and, you know, she gained a massive amount of weight, and it was a real problem. we had a real problem. not only that, her attitude and we had a real problem with her. >> maybe he will be saying bad things about me, but it's okay. i'm strong. >> reporter: representing venezuela, machado won the crown in 1996, the same year trump took over the pageant. when she started gaining weight she says trump publicly shamed her. >> she weighed 118 pounds or 117 pounds, and she went up to 160 or 170, so this is somebody that likes to eat. >> he told me like miss piggy, miss housekeeping, miss eating
machine. all of that kind names. >> reporter: "inside edition" obtained this video of trump inviting the press to watch her work out. she was 19 years old. >> slowly go down towards your toes. >> he used me then, you know, make a publicity or try and do a new show, you know, with me in that moment. >> reporter: trump also telling howard stern about machado's eating habits. >> she was like an eating machine. she ate a lot of everything. >> i had a lot of problems, like, eating disorders, anore c anorexic, bulimic, that kind of problems. >> reporter: alicia says she's been living in the united states for the last 20 years with her daughter, and as a latina, it's
her responsibility to speak up about her experience with trump, and this may come as no surprise, guys, but she says she is definitely voting for hillary clinton this november. >> that's not a shock and trump seemed so surprised when this came up at the debate. yet he wrote about it in his book. >> wrote about it in his book and obviously, we have a lot of video documentation of the things he said about her in the days that followed. >> not what you want to be discussing after the presidential debate for him, yes. but now to a mystery at sea over a boating trip gone terribly wrong. a 22-year-old rescued after spending eight days, adrift, but his mother is presumed dead. now, authorities are trying to figure out what happened. abc's linzie janis has that story for us. >> reporter: this morning, nathan carman, the lone survivor of a mother/son fishing trip is back home. >> i would just like to thank the public for their prayers and for their concern for both my mother and for myself. >> reporter: the 22-year-old who has asperger's syndrome seen in a white jumpsuit getting off the cargo ship that rescued him. finding him 115 miles off the
coast of martha's vineyard. he had been drifting for eight days. >> he was found in a life raft with food and water. he was reported to be in good condition. >> reporter: carman and his mother, linda, left from this rhode island marina september 17th. linda texting a friend the time they will be back. saying, call me if you don't hear from me. the coast guard calling off its extensive search for the pair just 48 hours before nathan carman was found. now officials are investigating just how the 31-foot boat sank. the coast guard saying there was no mayday call and no bad weather at the time. officials releasing their conversation with carman while he was still aboard that freighter. >> there was a funny noise in the engine compartment. i looked and saw a lot of water. >> reporter: carman explaining he was getting safety gear when -- >> the boat just dropped out from under my feet. when i saw the life raft, i did not see my mom. have you found her? >> no, we haven't been able to
find her yet. >> reporter: police are now searching nathan carman's vermont home. for "good morning america," linzie janis, abc news, new york. >> all right. everybody, coming up on our big board, you have seen a video of gigi hadid being attacked on the street and the supermodel fighting back. well, now she is being accused of being too aggressive, and wait till you see, yeah, too aggressive, wait till you see how she's firing back this morning about those allegations. we'll be back in two minutes. >> two and two. wow. >> not allowed to defend herself. we'll be back in two minutes. >> two and two. wow. >> not allowed to defend herself. herself.
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after she was attacked by a notorious celebrity prankster during fashion week in milan last week. she is now responding to critics who accuse her -- chris, i can't even say this. accusing her of being too aggressive? the guy attacks her. >> that's insane, obviously. i think some uk site headlined it "not model behavior." this is an overzealous fan, this isn't even really a prankster. this is a serial celebrity harasser, manhandling her. she has every right to get herself free. what i liked about it. she cited her background not only in boxing as, you know, in the gym and stuff, but her days as a volleyball star at malibu high school saying the muscle memory helped her fight back. i don't think we want supermodels or anyone else having to fend for themselves after shows in milan, but great to know she feels she can take matters into her own hands and is speaking up. which is right for anyone who has to endure this sort of thing. h
>> he's the same guy who tried to get will smith, tried to kiss will smith. will smith gave him a slap on the face. >> yeah, you can see what's going on there. he pleaded no contest to an incident involving brad pitt. you know, where he got into -- it with brad pitt. we obviously have narcissism on the brain here, and we usually have really good security at the events we cover in los angeles. i think they've got their eyes out for him but it's important that whoever you are, you're not laid hands on. >> people can slip through the cracks, though. you have got to be careful out there. >> you have every right to defend yourself. every right. >> i hope the security detail gets a good look and takes a few actions, as well. >> i'm sure they're giving her extra security. thank you, chris. now what could be a major medical breakthrough, the first ever baby born with a new so-called three-parent technique. delivered in mexico with the help of u.s. fertility specialists. we have our dr. jennifer ashton here, an ob/gyn, joining us now. dr. ashton, what is this revolutionary technique?
the three-parent technique. >> it's called spindle transfer, really for women who have a condition as mitochondrial disease, which makes it difficult or impossible for them to hold on to a pregnancy or have a healthy child. if you envision a human egg like a chicken fried egg literally, the white part is the part that's abnormal. the egg donor supplies healthy white part, but the yolk, which is where the genetic material is, all of our traits and dna, comes from the mom. >> as you know, jen, there is a lot of controversy surrounding this as chris and michael are looking on. people are saying genetic modification. how do you respond to that? >> well, first of all, we have to clarify the terminology. the term three-parent baby is actually inaccurate because the dna, the things that determine our hair color, eye color, that's coming from one woman. that's the yolk, and then we have the material coming from the dad or the sperm donor. i spoke to the president-elect of the american society of reproductive medicine yesterday.
he is calling this a major breakthrough for reproductive medicine. we should note in the u.s. it's banned. we can't even study it. in the uk and mexico it is only done under research protocol. >> thankfully, the baby appears to be healthy. right, jen? >> right. >> i fell for that baby. i can imagine that baby saying, wow, now i have to teach three people how to use snapchat. >> just two. >> all right. very funny, grandfather, come on now. now to a move that could change the way -- i told you, you got to love chris. how you shop for groceries. the food and drug administration, the fda taking its first steps towards redefining the word, healthy, and how it should be used on food packaging. rebecca jarvis, come on in here and talk to us about this. and explain to people why this is happening, and what the word, h healthy, as it stands right now, means on packaging. >> i think people are going to be shocked when they hear what healthy means currently on packaging, robin, because sugary cereals are currently healthy
under the current guidelines whereas avocados and almonds, i'm sure some of you have heard from your doctor to eat more of those. they are currently unhealthy under the old guidelines. so they are trying to create new guidelines around this. the old ones are based on 20-year-old research, of course, a low-fat diet back in the old days was the thing to do and a low sugar diet wasn't really the focus. well, now things have changed. there are millions of dollars at stake here. companies behind the scenes, some of them want them to stay the same. some of them would like to see change. now the fda is reaching out to all of us saying, what's healthy? >> a lot of eye rolling. a lot of eye rolling. >> i've been wasting my time eating all these avocados and almon almonds? i could have had some frosted flakes? my favorite. >> aren't we supposed to be get ago way from labeling things or people? i think this is dumbing down. we should be spending our money and time educating and empowering the public where we have two-thirds of our population overweight and obese putting a big healthy thing
which is subjective, a healthy food can be eaten by an unhealthy person. and vice versa. i give this a -- >> how many times, guys, do you go and look and see something that says healthy or organic, and you read the ingredients and you read the sugar and fat and all that, you say, what? >> that's a true story. when i'm, you know, entertaining at home, i like to put a sign that says healthy next to all the snacks that i want to eat later nobody touches them and then they're all for me afterwards. so it works out great. >> you can't pronounce what's on the labor, don't eat it. >> that's right. >> that's good advice, but that's why the companies out there don't want to see things change. some of them don't because they know that consumers in some cases will blindly just take what's healthy. there are millions of dollars at stake here. >> absolutely. >> all right, rebecca, thank you. jen, thank you, as well. chris. >> pleasure. >> we love him. coming up in just two minutes, a new government warning about some top loading
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we are back now with "gma we are back now with "gma investigates." this morning abc news learned consumer product safety commission is issuing a warning about certain top loading samsung washing machines after consumers reported explosions. the c. -- cpsc is working with samsung on a remedy and abc's gio benitez is here with exclusive details. good morning, gio. >> reporter: the cpsc says it involved certain samsung washing machines made between march 2011 and april 2016. the agency tells abc news they are working with samsung on a remedy that will help ensure that there are no further incidents. now take a look at this. >> code red. >> reporter: it's touted as a parent's life saver. kristen bell showing off one of samsung's top loading washing machines in a 2015 ad. at first, that's what melissa
thaxton thought about the model she bought. but this april, she says everything changed right as she was standing next to the running washing machine. >> all of a sudden without warning, the washing machine just exploded. and it was the loudest sound. it sounded like a bomb went off in my ear. there were wires, nuts, the actual top was laying on the floor. >> reporter: even more frightening, melissa says her then 4-year-old son, luke, was right next to her. >> i just remember covering my head and leaning over towards my son and just screaming this scream that didn't even know i could scream. >> reporter: this melissa says is her samsung washing machine right after the incident. in north carolina, sara price says her 2-month-old top loading samsung washing machine flew apart too. >> any one of us could have been in here and it just would have taken us out. >> reporter: it's not just melissa and sara. "gma investigates" learning 21 people since early last year have reported to the cpsc that
their top loading samsung washing machines had exploded or blown apart. melissa thaxton and several others have sued samsung. their lawyer, jason lichtman, argues this part, a support rod is insufficient to hold the tub in place and can become unfastened during the spin cycle. >> see right here, the rod can slide right out of this, and that's what causes the washing machine to blow apart. >> reporter: in a statement late tuesday, samsung told "gma investigates," in rare cases affect the units may experience about -- abnormal vibrations that could pose a risk of personal injury or property damage when washing bedding, bulky or water-resistant items. the statement continues, saying, it is important to note that samsung customers have completed hundreds of millions of loads without incident since 2011. >> if that would have hit my child, it would have been catastrophic. that's why i'm speaking out. >> reporter: and the cpsc and samsung today, advising
consumers for the time being, to only use the delicate cycle when washing bedding and bulky items. it says the lower spin speed lessens the risk of impact injuries due to that becoming dislodged. of course, you can contact samsung for more information and to determine if you have one of these affected washing machines. >> scary. >> something you never would think of. >> absolutely. >> thanks very much. coming up in our next hour couples saying good-bye to the ballroom. governor rick perry and emma slater. they will join us. they had something of an adventure overnight. plus we have kate hudson coming, big star-studded morning here until times square. >> that's a good movie, "deepwater horizon." to be on top of your mom game... nailed it! thanks so much. you need a balanced coffee you can drink throughout the day. good girl. mccafé coffees brew a smooth blend. for a taste that's not too strong, but never weak. so you can savor every sip knowing you are matriarch supreme.
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. donald trump on defense after the most watched presidential debate ever. he doubles down on criticism of a former miss universe. hillary clinton all fired up. >> one down, two to go. >> takes more jabs at her opponent from the trail. her campaign says she's taking a victory lap right now. nope best day of my life ♪ royal road trip. kate and will revealing how they're parenting little george and charlotte as their tour kicks into full swing. how they're following in diana's footsteps, and all the details on kate's fashion, her stunning red dress and the boots she's recycled for more than a decade. bye-bye bromance, rick perry and vanilla ice separated in the ballroom after the former governor is booted off. will their unexpected friendship end before it began? flying all night to join us live.
the unexpected twist that snarled their journey. all that and kate hudson is here taking on times square as she says -- >> good morning, america. ♪ we do say good morning, america. big wednesday here in times square. and great to have kate hudson here with us. >> she'll be here in a little bit. you never know what will happen in the ballroom or ride home. rick perry, and emma slater, trying to get here. a little bit of an adventure. we're get to them on facetime in a little bit. still smiling. >> thanks for the effort. looking forward to that. also this morning, everyone knows take your kids to work day, right. we've all heard of that but we're going to tell you about take your parents to work day which is something i practiced for quite a long time because my mom is always looking for a free blow-out from greg. >> your parents think -- i don't
mind my parents coming to work but i don't think they could be down here. >> i love it. >> i don't think i could work. >> really? >> my mom would be sitting right here if she could. she's always like, hi, george. >> adorable. >> my kid was have to get a job so they could take me. i'm just saying. >> that will come. that will come. >> i hope. >> power of the bully pulpit. let's get to amy with the morning rundown. >> good morning. the big story this morning, a fresh round of attacks from donald trump and hillary clinton, after the most watched deba presidential debate in history. clinton is beaming with confidence and campaigning today with bernie sanders by her side. meanwhile, trump is doubling down on his positions saying he was holding back during the debate. abc's tom llamas is here with the trump campaign with the latest. good morning, tom. >> reporter: amy, good morning. we may see a more aggressive donald trump at the next presidential debate. he's been complaining about several things including the microphone and the questions he was asked. but last night in florida, he said he actually was holding back. here's what he said.
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will finally open december 23rd after two decades in the making. 20 years in development. the oscar app winning director's passion project is also set for a limited debut. that's just in time for award season, which is not coming out until january. so two decades and a month if we're being clear about that. liam neeson, andrew garfield star in the 1966 novel that follows the story of a missionary in 17th century japan. sounds like heavy material. >> great cast. >> why did it take so long? >> uh. >> follow-up question, oh. i thought it was a follow-up free zone. >> i did ask permission first. >> you did ask, but didn't wait for an answer for the permission question. i'll get back to you. i think just because of what
i said, it's a 17th century missionary in japan -- >> took a while for people to get behind it. >> you know, we'll be watching, martin. and then finally you guys, you know i brake for yard sales. here's one i would hate to miss. jimmy kimmel hosting his first ever hollywood yard sale this saturday, selling anything and everything he and his staff of the show can part with. all to benefit homeless youth. items include props, wardrobes, gifts that celebrities have brought to the show. so remember that nice bottle of wine you brought, it's on the block, george. $5. all accumulated over the show's 14-year run. the sale will be held in a parking lot near the theater where the show is shot. if you cannot make it, thought to worry, ebay giving a platform holding the sale. >> 14 years? >> yes. and i also feel like that's something we could get behind. it was all about disney did this sort of summer of giving back. and jimmy got on board wit. -- with it. but we have a lot of with it.
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lovely ornate gates because it's victoria's government house, where william, kate, george and charlotte are staying during the tour. apart from one night, last night when they got a romantic night off away from the kids. ♪ the duke and duchess of cambridge getting a rare kids-free date night on their royal visit to canada. staying here at the coast high country inn. prince george and princess charlotte spending the night in victoria with a nanny, but the royal parents proving on this trip that they are actively engaging with the little ones. growing up in the royal spotlight isn't easy so william and kate are doing everything they can to make sure their two little ones have as normal an upbringing as possible. since touching down saturday, the doting parents have been spotted using a parenting technique called active listening. parenting down and lending an ear to their kids when they need it. on the balcony in june william was also spotted squatting down to george. >> it can help to crouch down to
get on their level because that way they know you're listening to them and they get to say what they need to say and it makes them feel that their emotions have merit. >> reporter: the royal tour now in full swing. cambridge is following in prince charles' and princess diana's footsteps traveling to kelowna, captivating the crowd all day from visiting a college volleyball team to a winery where the duo sampled the region's finest wines and foods. will and kate chowing down on some local delicacies. >> i have never seen this before. >> and spending time with school kids. as always, kate's fashion front and center on this tour stepping out in something new, 2600 dolce & gabbana emerald green dress and this one by preen. >> a lot of glamour. >> reporter: and mixing in something old, braving the
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the heat wave is over. cool sea breeze today. drawback? smoke will hit the south bay the next several days. more clouds and mit. scattered light showers in the back what of the forecast. today, 60s along the coast in san francisco, and 70s around the bay and only 80s inland. tonight is good sleeping weather. notice, more fog and low clouds around for the commute. my seven-day forecast shows targeting sunday and monday for the best chance of light that is "dancing with the stars" time. let's see, rick perry, emma slater showing off that mean paso doble. unfortunately, it wasn't good enough, and they were booted from the ballroom. >> as we told you their bad luck didn't top there. flying overnight, they then got stuck in connecticut, and they are not with us on the set. but they're still with us live. thanks, you guys on facetime. we'll talk to them in a moment. we want to give you all a look at what happened in the ballroom. ♪
♪ why does it feel so good? >> reporter: the stakes were high going into the ballroom last night. >> ryan and cheryl need your vote to make it through. >> reporter: monday's first ever face off challenge leaving half the couples safe from elimination, the other half in jeopardy. >> one of these couples has danced their last dance. rick and emma. >> reporter: after landing at the bottom of the leader board, and losing immunity just 24 hours earlier, it was so long to the former texas governor. >> i have no regrets, man, i walked into this not knowing how to dance. this has been a great experience for me and one that i will not ever forget. >> reporter: but perhaps what no one saw coming, the unlikely bromance that formed between rick perry and vanilla ice. >> i was born in texas. he's a texan. >> texas country boy versus big city texas boy. >> does that mean the boots are coming off? >> oh, man, everything is. >> reporter: perry, the only other cast member to get his hand sign down.
they were so in sync, they even got the same score in the faceoff. # >> 6. >> we have a tie. >> reporter: leading to a tiebreaker. >> i've got to givito you, vanilla. >> reporter: despite perry's farewell from the ballroom, he leaves with so much more than a few dance moves. >> he's such a cool guy. every day we like, man, we hang out with him and see him, it's just always funny. we're always joking and everything is cool and has the hand sign down. what governor does that? ♪ >> and i'm sorry. that's your line. >> you go. >> no. >> rick perry, emma slater. >> former governor rick perry, emma slater joining us now from connecticut. you are in hartford. you're supposed to be here. how are you feeling after elimination and then getting sort of stuck and not making it to new york? how are you doing? >> we're great. we wish we were with you, but the weather, fogged in so here we are in hartford, connecticut doing it via facetime.
anyway, it's awesome. it was an extraordinary experience, and i said so many times over the course of the last 12 hours what a fabulous group of people i got to work with. >> you guys are such a great couple and we can't get over this whole -- this whole friendship you have with vanilla ice. were you a big fan back in the day? >> i didn't even know who vanilla ice was when we looked at the list of folks who would be dancers. he was the one that jumped out to me, and said, probably him. harrison, if you will but life experiences and what i found out we had a lot of life experiences alike and ended up, you know, making a friendship that will last now for the rest of my lifetime. >> so, governor, i want to ask you have you guys decided you will keep in touch? when will you be seeing your pal, vanilla ice again?
>> well, he's on tour so i told him i said when he gets through with his tour, he goes through 2017, i told him, when he gets a break, we'll get together. he texted me a couple of times as we were driving out of town to get to the airport and anyway, just a really good guy and i'm proud to call him a friend now. >> i love that. emma, just want to ask you, great job, by the way, tell us a little bit about rick as a dancer, as a partner. >> rick has been amazing. i'm really glad. to be honest i wasn't prepared for how funny he was going to be in rehearsals. he had me cracking up from start to finish. but he never stopped trying. he was really dedicated, and i'm so proud of what he achieved because he suffered a lot from nerves, and each night, i wasn't sure if he was going to pull through, but he did every single time, so i'm really proud of him. >> guy, thank you so much for coming in. and joining us this morning. i know it was tough. i'm sorry we had trouble with
the sound but congratulations on a great one. great to see you, governor. >> thank you. >> so long. >> bye-bye. let's go up to ginger. >> oh, i had to tell you i had to chime in here because they asked who do you think is going to win? i'll tell you, it's val. that's not just because he was my partner, i promise. i think lawrie and val have got something so special here. the way she holds her body, what they are doing right there. i couldn't do the entire season. so if that's week three, this girl has so much more inside her. she's such a light, but got that serious part so quickly, george. i think them and i love watching terra dance, she gives me chills every time, her and james hinchcliffe, very exciting. i love this season, george and lara. >> you are ready to be a judge on "dancing with the stars." >> i am. i like that toe point. >> you know, i love having her perspective having been there and doing so well. >> and of course, you can watch it here at 8:00, 75, here on abc. kate hudson coming up live. don't go anywhere. , here on abc.
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good morning to you. want you to take a look at this video. san jose police just released of this home burglary. surveillance video from august 24th kaus caught the suspect on windsor street. the man broke a window to get into the house, then left with a jewelry box. at one point, had his shirt over his head. if you know who it is, call san jose police. good morning. we have a new problem in the south bay ragt now. this is northbound 101 at the 280-680 merge. two lanes down. tow truck is on the scene. check out the back up. that's past the 82 split as well. so, several miles. that is going to take a while to unwind.
just slow in general throughout the south bay. >> thank you she saw the boots and fell for fall all over again. was she expecting to find the perfect designer boots at such an amazing price? no. but that's the beauty of a store full of surprises. you never know what you're gonna find, but you know you're gonna love it.
hey. so, you know i check your facebook messages, right? your date of birth as a password? come on, that's just dumb. but, did you see katie was making out with tom that guy is gross. and now i'm getting all these things from a shirtless guy named dave saying "i love you." what? he loves you. i don't know, but shouldn't we tell mike that it's over? no! you are right i am just gonna text him, "dear michael..." nah, it should come from you. keep it cool. throw an emoji at him. ♪ smart. hey, good morning. check out the fog. still thick around petaluma. this will start lift ng about a half hour. temperatures off the morning lows from 47 at santa rosa. the cooling trend kontds today through the weekend. a chance of a scattered light
shower sunday and monday. >> thanks, mike. another update in b about 30 minutes and on our news ♪ everybody dance now s [ cheers and applause ] ♪ good morning, america. and, boy, if you are ever in the new york area, come and see us because we have a great audience. [ cheers and applause ] and you know we have this empty chair. who is going to fill this empty chair, michael? who is going to do it? who is going to do it? >> well, you know what, why don't we bring out our special guest, robin. everybody, give it up for kate hudson. [ cheers and applause ] >> hi. how are you? feels like a whole new thing. mwah.
>> there you go. >> oh. >> it was cute. when we saw you earlier backstage, lahr what was like, i hope she keeps this on. this is so cool. i love this look on you. >> jeans. >> wonderful. >> you know, one of those mornings, i had all these outfits and then i was like, i think i'm just going to wear jeans. >> good girl. >> it works for you. it works for you. and you know what i love, you love a good party. >> i do. >> you really do. >> i really do. [ cheers and applause ] >> anybody that follows you on twitter or instagram -- >> oh, yes. >> i like a responsible party. >> responsible party. >> yeah, i have kids. >> well, since we're talking about a party it's like a party up here with our audience, there's this -- [ cheers and applause ] you know, it is like a party. got off the elevator, and i feel like i'm at the club right now. there is this party we all
wanted a ticket to. this 6-year-old leah gomez, biggest drake fan in the world so her mom gave her a drake-themed party and take a look at this. ♪ all that i'm wishing for my friends ♪ ♪ nobody -- >> yeah. hit it, leah. >> popping, yeah. >> 6 years old. >> wow. >> how do you do a drake-themed party at 6? >> well, you know what you do, you know, you have party balloons with drake's face. >> okay. >> serve drake's cakes. >> oh, my gosh -- >> drake's cakes. nice. >> they don't call it drake's cakes. but they have -- he has a record label called ovo so a cake with the ovo. >> this is so funny. >> and gave her fake $100 bills. you know. >> oh, no. >> i don't know how i feel about this. you know, it's like -- if
being -- being 5, if he was like, you know, i want -- although, yeah, no, he's obsessed with twenty one pilots. yeah, i guess -- getting a little bit sophisticated, young kids. but like contentwise they don't know what's going on. >> no. >> they just sing away. >> sing so happily. >> and you're like, oops. >> and you're horrified. >> did you have any theme parties growing up? >> oh, i love a theme party. i'm still having theme parties. >> i wanted to ask you about that. [ applause ] >> i do. >> didn't you post a picture recently. >> i do a hot mess party every year with my friends and, oh, well that was actually nicole richie did -- oh, that's another themed party. oh, there we go again. >> robin said do you do a theme party growing up? it's like kate has not grown up. >> we love that about you. >> so funny. oh, my gosh. yeah, we just did -- nicole richie, she loves a theme
party. we all like theme parties. >> what was that theme, disco? >> yeah, it was night fever. and we danced to disco music all night and it was great. >> well, i tell you what, happy 6th birthday to leah. she's got us all talking about theme parties. and, george, there's something else you have. it's not really like a party. >> no, this is something brand new. we've all heard about taking your kids to work, of course, well, there is a brand-new thing out now since millennials, i didn't know, are half the workforce, some companies are starting take your parents to work day. amazon -- you like that -- you do not like that idea at all. >> i love it. >> wait a second. >> i am not taking my parents to work. >> why are you so horrified by the idea of your parents coming to work? >> i don't know. my mom is just a little -- she's wild. >> yeah, my mom is wild too. >> but you visited your mom on set recently. >> that's different.
bring your daughter to set day. >> yeah. >> bringing my mom to set is a whole other ball game. she walks in, it's like a tornado. look at these pics. >> oh, momma, momma goldie. yeah, well, you know, she's goldie hawn. she's wild. it's like -- it's like i remember when my mom would do hot lunch at school. and i was just like -- oh, no. you know, with the pizza and the thing, you know, singing things and i was like, oh, god. well, you know, she like pirouettes everywhere and it's the best. she is still pirouetting everywhere, but, you know, when you're a kid, you know, you're sort of your parents, when they're wild, and i think ryder is like that with me too so, you know, i get it. i get being scared. >> this is the first movie "deepwater horizon" where you get to work with your pa, kurt russell. >> again with the theme take your parents to work day.
i don't know if that was sort of equal. what was that like? >> that was cool. you know, what i really, really loved about being on set with -- we didn't have many scenes together in the film. but what i loved about being on set with him was it was a reminder of me where i fell in love with making movies and watching him, you know, it's a very different experience when you're watching a movie being made than watching the movie because it's horribly boring. i mean it's just being on set, oh, i love that picture. but it's really boring. and but for me as a kid i loved it. like i loved every aspect of it and i loved watching kurt because he's such a phenomenal actor, and he's -- yeah. [ applause ] and but he put so much care and effort into his roles and in a way that is different than i think of a lot of young people that i've worked with, you know, it's just a different mentality. >> a total master class at home. >> kind of, yeah.
>> let's talk about you because as mark wahlberg said you're sort of the emotional heart of this film. of "deepwater horizon." >> felicia in this film i play, i play mark's wife felicia williams and she -- really the character represents all of the families on the "deepwater," who were left in the dark for many hours not knowing what was going on with their families, not knowing -- not having any idea if they were going to come home and it was -- i literally get the chills every time i talk about it because i -- you got to be on set with these people and you get to talk about this experience that was incredibly traumatic. and you realize what felicia said, she said, one minute felt like an eternity and -- >> and she was on set with you. >> she was on set with us sometime, yeah, i got to talk to her a lot. she's a wonderful, very strong woman. >> i love that scene. >> yeah. >> let's show people a bit of
this. this is when your character, felicia, gets some really bad news. just look. >> natalie, this is felicia williams. our husbands work on the "deepwater horizon" together, well, i just called the coast guard, and they can just confirm there's a fire. i was wondering if maybe you heard something. >> what did the coast guard say? >> just that there's been a fire. >> shelly heard people were jumping off the rig. >> oh, gosh. i was telling -- >> i can't watch it. >> i know. i know. >> i can't watch it. very hard. yeah. >> for people who are not familiar with the story, yes, it was this horrible, horrible environmental disaster and that, but the 11 people that were killed, they almost became a footnote to the story and this -- these families were so appreciative of you and mark and the whole cast for bringing their story and letting people know how it impacted them. >> yeah, it was really wonderful to be in new orleans and have the premiere.
we did a premiere in new orleans where 9 of the 11 families were there, and you really felt it. you know, we felt it and we knew it when we were doing it. we just -- you have this sort of extra added thing in the back of your head going, you know, the families are going to see this movie, so you really want to be careful, and there's no carelessness going into making a film like that when you know the families are watching and then when you actually have the experience and you see that they just sort of have this moment to kind of pay -- it's just -- it sort of feels like, you know, a sort of memoriam, i guess, to these people who really saved each other. there were some real heroes on that rig. it's surprising that more did not die because they were so there for each other. >> and when you watch the film you're thinking, oh, my gosh. i mean, it's tragic that 11 lost their lives but so many more could have and mark's character
who he portrays -- >> i think -- yeah, he was the last one off the rig, mike williams, but the thing i think that pete did that's really amazing about this movie because, you know, i read the script. i know the story, and then i watched the movie, and i was completely engaged, which is rare when you're making movies and i think pete did this amazing job of sort of -- you feel like you're in -- it's full on, you know, you're in -- it's just almost like you feel this anxiety like i think people will really get an experience watching this movie that just goes, wow, oh, my god, you know. >> can we say this about you, you have always been a joy to watch. always very talented, but you have blossomed. [ applause ] into this beautiful, beautiful soul of an actress. thank you for sharing that. you know? >> thank you. >> ah. >> thank you. [ applause ]
and the very happy and and very happy and welcome back to "good morning america." yeah, you're on. you're on. oh, and so we were saying this morning you're from minnesota but you probably never see something like this. check out this video from phoenix, arizona. you've seen a dust storm, but this one 4,000 feet high, one of the biggest they've had and it's rushing across the land there. oh, my goodness, so monsoon season trying to come to a close but still getting dust storms. we also have a huge interview with actor david oyelowo. and this weather brought to you by panera bread. michael. >> all right. thank you, ginger. now, david oyelowo played dr. martin luther king jr. in
"selma" and now he's taking on another role in "queen of katwe" based on the true story of a young girl who becomes a chess champion with the help of her coach. take a look. >> when i was a child, my mother left me. in that moment i wanted to die but it is a good thing i did not take my life, otherwise i would not have seen my daughter. we wouldn't have met you. >> me? >> do not be quick to tip your king, phiona. >> whoo. [ cheers and applause ] >> how are you doing, david? good to see you, man. >> thank you. >> thank you for joining us, and before we get to the movie, you tweeted this picture with lupita nyong'o, your co-star and a whole cast of other stars right there. >> oh, yeah, yeah, yeah. >> oh, man. you got everybody in that picture. what is going on there? >> this is the new museum in d.c., the smithsonian, african-american history museum. absolutely amazing. what a privilege to be there, yeah.
>> and, yeah, just opened on friday. >> yeah, that's right. >> just opened friday, and you're there with a great group of people. i'm curious, is there anything that stood out to you from the museum? >> you know, i just -- as someone who is from elsewhere, i'm now a citizen, by the way. i just became a citizen. [ applause ] but i just felt that museum is such an incredible testament to some of the bad stuff that has gone on in this country's history and we need to know what went wrong in order to get things right and that's what i feel that museum represents. >> absolutely, 100%. i agree with you. [ applause ] and something that you did get right is this film. i mean it's such a heartwarming film. it really is. but you learned how to play chess in this film from the master himself. >> i did. >> from the character you played. so, i'm curious when you learn to play chess from the guy who you're playing, who is a master, are you as good as he is now? >> no. i can be very clear about that. no, my self-esteem remained very
low while playing robert katende who i play in the film at chess but he's incredible. and not only did he teach me how to play but he taught me how to teach it which is a pretty complicated thing. >> i got my board set up in my dressing room after the show. give me a lesson. >> are you throwing down right now? >> i need some help. you can beat me. i need some help. that's what i'm saying. and the young lady, phiona, in this movie, is it true this is the first movie she's seen in her own life story? >> well, i -- while we were doing the film we shot it in katwe, uganda where it is set and i took a bunch of the kids to see "jurassic world," and madina sat next to me. her talons clawing in my arm, aaagh. and then at one point she turred to me doing the movie and said, is that what we are doing? and i suddenly realize it was the first time she had ever seen a movie on the big screen halfway through shooting a movie for disney. >> and it was about her life. >> yeah. >> amazing.
[ applause ] and you said this movie is life affirming because it shows moviegoers africa in a different way than what they're used to seeing. >> yeah, you know, i've done some films set in africa and i think we've all seen films set in africa and it showcases the more negative side, child soldiers, genocide, dictators, disease and that can and sometimes is part of african life but this is also part of african life, people who are self-possessed, who impact their own communities positive ly. a young girl from a slum in uganda who sells corn and then goes on to become a chess champion. >> i tell you what, man, you do a great job. you're incredible. congratulations on becoming a citizen. >> thank you. >> love it. love it. hey, and the movie "queen of katwe," it opens nationwide on friday. make sure you go check it out and david oyelowo, everybody, who is such an amazing guy. you can meet the real-lie girl who inspired the movie in our digital series "young and gifted." watch it now on our website. we'll be right back. i need to learn some chess moves, man. you have to show me how to work it.
welcome back to "gma," everybody. welcome back, and today is the 38th anniversary of good neighbor day. all about building stronger communities and our state farm representative is here, our sponsor is here to celebrate. we're joined by harriette cole, good morning, harriette. >> good morning, michael. >> i have a question for our audience. by a show of hands, how many think you're a good neighbor? >> come on. yay. >> well, everybody feels like they're a good neighbor, so why is good neighbor day important? >> you know, it's important, state farm just did a study that said everybody says that they want to be a good neighbor but they often don't do it. they don't follow through and so there are easy ways to follow through. first off introduce yourself to your neighbors. even if you're busy, when you're walking outside say hello and even better, michael, with a
smile on your face, right. that makes that connection. positive gestures go a long way, don't they? [ applause ] you know, the wave, the wave, right. in addition, let your neighbor know that you have that cup of sugar, that you have a hammer and you're here to help and offer it. you can even make a note, put your name and phone number and address and say, if you need some help, here i am. but the one thing, michael, don't overstep your boundaries. don't go to your neighbor's party if you weren't invited. don't do it. don't do it. it's not good. you know -- >> i'm being a good neighbor. i'm showing up to support you. invite or not. >> e-mail if you have it. you know, phone call, is it okay if i can stop by and then you've created that space for a really lovely interaction. >> you know what, very simple thing, thank you so much, harriette. i know, lara, you have something special, don't you? >> i sure do, michael. so we're going to extend -- i sounded like, i do, there's more. >> yes. >> to help extend that neighborly feeling, state farm is sipping their good neighbor crews to locations across the
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good morning on this wednesday. let's start with moll gist mike nicco and the fog is back. sfwl it is. especially thick around petaluma. it signals a cooling trend. heat wave is is over. 60s at the coast. 70s at the pay and 80s inlan. 60s and 70s by the weekend. a slight chance of a scattered light shower sunday and monday. >> good morning and i want to get you to the nem its. a big problem on northbound 880. around 29th. the main lanes just reopened, but this is a crash involving a motorcycle. the 29 avenue on ramp still closed, but check out the back up. you are jammed for miles back down to 238.
>> thanks. time for liv wh kelly. we're going to be back at 11:00 a.m. >> announcer: it's "live with kelly"! today, one of our favorite guys, tom selleck. and from "last man on earth," january jones. plus, a performance from singer-songwriter ingrid michaelson. plus actor jerry o'connell takes his spot on the cohost desk. all next on "live"! ♪ and now, here are kelly ripa and jerry o'connell! [cheering and applauding] ♪