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good morning, america. the final showdown. donald trump and hillary clinton facing off for the last time tonight. >> she's been doing this for 30 years. now she has to do debate prep for five days. >> the gop nominee planning another debate surprise. his special guest, president obama's half brother as the president takes on trump and his claims of a rigged election. >> if you start whining before the game's even over, then you don't have what it takes to be in this job. >> and the first lady in versace as the obamas host their final state dinner. also this morning, fire and fog. a major blaze sparked out west overnight as record heat spreads from texas all the way up to new york city. forcing fog to swallow this boston skyline. a terrifying home invasion caught on camera.
a burglar breaking into a house then this happens. an 11-year-old home from school coming face-to-face with the intruder. >> my heart started pumping when i saw him. and cruel hoax. was one of the biggest stars in the word, maroon levine, the victim of a vicious prank? victim of a vicious prank? an anonymous caller claiming he was abusing his supermodel wife and 4-week-old daughter. the investigation this morning. and we do say good morning, america. great for us to have david muir with us. >> great to be here. >> are you ready for the final one? >> the last one has arrived. less than three weeks to go until election day and americans say it doesn't get here quickly enough, right? take a live look at the debate hall at the university of nevada. donald trump, hillary clinton as robin mentions about to face off there for the final time tonight. >> one last time and the president they're looking to
replace had his final state dinner overnight and look at michelle obama there shining and looking amazing in that versace dress. >> we'll have much more on that coming up but first we want to, of course, get to tonight's showdown. the stakes extremely high especially for donald trump. this brand-new poll shows him trailing hillary clinton by nine points. as you can imagine, we have team coverage this morning, abc's tom llamas starts us off in the debate hall there in las vegas. good morning, tom. >> reporter: robin, good morning to you. the tensions so high at this third and final debate, the protocol may actually change. traditionally the families of the candidates come out from opposite ends of the debate stage so they can cross the room and shake hands in the middle but according to "the new york times" the clinton campaign has requested that they change this, that the families come out as close to their seats as possible and this is because of the penchant of donald trump to have stunts pulled off in the middle of the debate hall to humiliate the clintons so we may skip altogether that famous handshake.
this morning, donald trump with another ace up his sleeve. inviting president obama's half brother, malik, to be his guest at tonight's debate. >> tomorrow night is going to be interesting. >> reporter: malik, who lives in kenya, but it a u.s. citizen is a trump supporter, and clashed with his brother and hillary clinton over their policies. at the last debate, trump had bill clinton's accusers sitting right in the debate hall. that's where malik will be tonight. the new psychological warfare comes as sources tell abc news trump will be aggressive in his approach tonight similar to the last debate. trump already criticizing clinton's stamina. >> now she has to do debate prep for five days, right? you know what the debate prep is? it's resting. it's lying down going to sleep. >> reporter: but while clinton prepares, president obama is taking on trump. >> i have never seen in my lifetime or in modern political history any presidential candidate trying to discredit the elections and the election
process before votes have even taken place. >> reporter: the president taking issue with trump's talk of a rigged election. >> but they even want to try to rig the election at the polling booths where so many cities are corrupt. >> you start whining before the game is even over, whenever things are going badly for you and you lose, you start blaming somebody else, then you don't have what it takes to be in this job. >> reporter: now donald trump is expected to be in debate prep all day today and lately he's ramped up his attacks on hillary clinton's health and her e-mail server and, david, we expect that to be a big part of his strategy tonight. david? >> the only time when the hall is going to be quiet there right behind tom llamas. now to hillary clinton. you heard donald trump criticize her for being off the trail for prepping for the debate but her team says it works. they say just look at the last two debates. let's get right to abc's cecilia vega live in las vegas this morning with new reporting on clinton's strategy going into
tonight. two big issues, they say, she's going to go there? >> reporter: yeah, they sure do. two issues in the headlines. here they are, his claims of a rigged election and, of course, those women who have come forward to accuse donald trump of sexual misconduct. she has yet to actually take him on directly on those two fronts and we expect her to do so for the very first time in here tonight. also we're told she's been preparing to answer questions about those hacked wikileaks e-mails. we expect her strategy, though, to be to turn it to russia which, of course, is behind the hacks. we also know she is planning on a big head game in this hall tonight. she is bringing two guests of her own, reality tv star billionaire donald trump nemesis mark cuban and meg whitman, hewlett-packard's ceo, a big-time republican supporter of hillary clinton's. both of them will be in this hall tonight. >> back to the argument from trump turning this back to stamina. these several days of debate prep, but she's had an answer for that. before saying you're right, i did prepare. she seems to think this really works for her. >> reporter: yes, she says
preparation is key to her performance on that stage. not just that, her aides say it has paid off in the polls post debate that she's seen a bump but take a look. we crunched the numbers. donald trump has held more than twice as many campaign events as hillary clinton in the last few months, 81 to her 32. we expect him to bring up this issue of stamina on the stage in here tonight, david. >> we'll see you in prime time. thank you. tonight's debate, of course, is the last big chance for these candidates to shape this race so let's bring in abc's jon karl who is also there in las vegas with a look at the latest polls heading into this showdown. now, before we get into the polls, let's talk about something else here. because wikileaks e-mails expected to be a hot topic in tonight's debate. and you are learning that there's a warning to trump from a top republican about this. >> reporter: yeah, this is significant, robin. marco rubio, senator marco rubio says these are stolen e-mails hacked by the russians and that they shouldn't be used. this is what he tells abc news,
these leaks are an effort by a foreign government to interfere with our electoral process and i will not indulge it. further, i will -- i want to warn my fellow republicans who may want to capitalize politically on these leaks. today it is the democrats. tomorrow, it could be us. so rubio says trump should stop talking about the wikileaks revelations and that he will do so himself. >> that warning is raising a lot of eyebrows so let's get to those all-important polls, especially in the battleground states. where do things stand there and what issues seem to be really be resonating with voters there? >> reporter: well, the big picture across all these battleground states is you see real momentum for hillary clinton and a downward trend for donald trump. but let's look at three of the states remaining really close. the first is ohio. this is probably the best battleground state for donald trump. up 48/44. the big animating issues here are trade and the economy. that's where trump has the advantage.
of course, he wants to rip up some of those trade deals, tougher negotiation, that message is resonating in ohio. in florida, you see the mirror image. you see hillary clinton on the rise and in florida, what we're seeing in the polls is that experience and foreign policy are the top issues and that voters are giving hillary clinton an advantage there. and then finally right here in the state of nevada this is very much a battleground state, a tight state if you look at this, 46/44 in the latest poll that's within the margin of error, slight lead for hillary clinton. the animating issue here is immigration. of course, donald trump wants to build that wall. hillary clinton has the opposite position here. she supports a path to citizenship for the 11 million or so undocumented immigrants in this country. the difference couldn't be more stark. a lot of hispanics in this state, and that is advantage, at least so far, hillary clinton. >> it does appear that way, all right, jon, busy day ahead for you and night as well. david.
in the meantime, won't have our powerhouse political team with us here on the desk. martha raddatz and matt dowd. huge stakes for both donald trump and hillary clinton tonight but first donald trump, matt. we saw the stunt before the last debate. he was there with women who accused bill clinton in the past. moments before the debate, they were all sitting there during that presser. now we hear he's bringing president obama's half brother. the question is does this work and what does donald trump really have to achieve tonight? >> first, don't you guys feel biblical with martha and matthew and david? very biblical table here. very good day. no, they don't work. i mean there's something for us in the press and people to talk about and say, oh, isn't that interesting? it doesn't work for hillary clinton or donald trump. i mean it's a perfect place to do it is las vegas to have a stunt. now if they showed up with celine dion it might have impact but these don't matter. >> what is going to be trump's strategy and what do you make of rubio suggesting that he stay as way from wikileaks? >> well, i actually think -- i totally agree with marco rubio in this. it's stolen information, private information and republicans are in a hypocritical place when
they use it because it undermines our democracy and he's right. it undermines our electoral process. i think donald trump has to win and he has to win big tonight. he's behind as we've seen in the polls and all the key states and nationally in this. he has to change the dynamic of this race and the only place he can do it from now until election day is tonight. >> how aggressive do you expect hillary clinton to be? >> i expect her to be assertive but not aggressive and we were talking, robin, before, the worst thing she can do is go into a prevent defense because as we know when you do that you start giving up points. >> you have to play to win, not play not to lose. now, david and martha -- >> i was just going to say that, really. you stole my sports thing. >> martha, you and david, you both have moderated debates. >> oh, yes. >> so much has been made about the body language. they didn't shake hands. donald trump following hillary clinton around the stage so what do you think we can expect tonight? >> well, i think we have no idea. when i sat there for the last debate and watched them come out and they didn't shake hands, michael, i thought, oh, boy,
we're in trouble because all that matters and that's the optics of all this and people look at that and very from the get-go when they looked at each other and did not shake hands, that was something. the body language, you could just feel it in that debate hall. i'm looking at these debate hall pictures and just sort of having memories of being terrified and on the spot there but him walking around, you could just feel it and you know it's a little different on television than what you feel in the room but it was probably even bigger on television. >> it's going to be a little bit different, and this is not a town hall tonight. >> not a town hall so they have to talk just to each other so they can't walk around and they will probably just stay behind the podium. >> you were amazing, by the way. even on "snl" their portrayal of you, i loved it. >> they were amazing on "snl." >> they nailed it. it was a good martha. quick question for you, matt, though. on hillary clinton you hear the stamina argument from donald trump. her taking several days off to prep. take a look at in this morning. all the debate prep. listen to this.
>> my vision of america is an america where everyone has a place. >> literally using her words, they're trying to get under his skin with her preparation. >> i think she has been really smart in this preparation. if you think about it this way, donald trump is in a series of rallies basically totaling 200,000 people. these debates will have an audience of 200 million people. so if you want to be game on, you want to be game on when the largest audience is there. >> when the lights are on. >> great book ends, don't you think? >> it was fun. >> and the final presidential debate as you know is tonight. you can see it right here on abc. david will be joining george who is anchoring our live coverage with our entire political team starting at 9:00 p.m. eastern time. well, you know what? heat of the debate, now there's heat here in times square, and millions of people on the east coast are feeling that heat, and ginger, you have incredible images of fog that's been rolling in. >> right. as so many of us we're baking in the 80s, even in southern new
england. look what it looked like downtown boston. they struggled to get out of the 60s thanks to that onshore wind. i was stalking their page and saw this. we put a time lapse to showcase how that can change so quickly. so many of us could break or see a record again. you did it yesterday from t all you did it yesterday from texas all the way up through new england. montgomery, alabama, went to 92, newark, 85. not reserved as far as records go to right here. check this out. the ridge stays in place. we could see records break again from atlanta to washington, d.c. but it doesn't last long. there it goes and back to reality even below average for some. by the time we get into the weekend, guys. >> thanks so much. see you in a moment. the other news, a frightening scene at a san francisco high school. four students shot as classes were letting out and adrienne bankert has the search for the suspects this morning. >> five gunshots heard in the classroom. >> reporter: a terrifying shooting just outside this high
school in san francisco. >> fire inside the school. but unknown exactly. >> reporter: gunshots erupting. just as school let out tuesday. four students shot in the parking lot. >> when officers responded immediately, they thought this was an active shooter because they saw the students inside the school. >> reporter: panicked students running in the chaos, many going back into the school for safety. >> everybody pushed our desks and we went under to make sure we were safe. >> i saw people running through the hallway. i thought it was a joke. >> reporter: the campus on lockdown. this morning a 15-year-old female student remains in critical condition. >> i could tell you that this was not just a random shooting. and that the suspects didn't come here just to randomly shoot at any of the students. >> reporter: police now searching for four male suspects who they believe came to the school to target one of the victims. >> it's still, like, terrifterr. like, i don't want to see this going on. >> reporter: and, david, one of the students not initially treated here at the scene later walked to a police station. we know that he and two other victims have since been released
from the hospital and that when classes resume this morning there will be additional staff on hand for those students, david. >> just a horrific scene there. our thanks to you. let's get right over to amy robach now with the other news. after a two-day manhunt, police say the suspect caught on camera walking toward a police sergeant's patrol car in alaska before opening fire is now in custody. sergeant allen brandt who was shot five times, he is recovering this morning. police say the suspect has a criminal past and previously threatened police officers. overseas this morning a violent scene outside the u.s. embassy in manila. a police van rammed into a group of protester who had turned violent while demanding u.s. forces leave the philippines. nearly a dozen people have been injured. the judge who presided over the case against mexican drug lord, el chapo, has been assassinated. video showing him jogging down the street as the gunman approaches. police are now trying to identify the killer. and finally the stars were out at the white house last night. the president and first lady welcomed italy's prime minister hosting their final state dinner.
michelle obama wearing a gold versace gown and winning praise for her homegrown tomatoes. mario batali was in the kitchen and there was no shortage of stars among the 400 crowding into that tent. on the back lawn. gwen stefani sang for the crowd. even jerry seinfeld was there. he may not. be italian, but he says he identifies as italian because of the food. >> i think we can all say that, right? >> i think it's fair. >> it works. >> thank you. now to a dramatic home invasion caught on camera. an 11-year-old boy opening his front door coming face-to-face with a stranger. abc's gio benitez is here with the story and what officers say that young boy did right. right, gio? >> reporter: oh, yeah, robin. can you imagine? police told me the boy was cool, calm and collected. even when they spoke with him right after that incident. he didn't try to fight the intruder. he got away as quickly as he could and found help. you're watching surveillance video from inside a new jersey home. police say this man is an intruder casing the house.
his face crystal clear. but when he's out of frame, someone else walks in. a young 11-year-old boy home from school still carrying his backpack. he has no idea a stranger is in the house. but he keeps going back to the door as if he senses something isn't right. then suddenly, he makes eye contact with the man. >> my heart started pumping when i saw him. >> reporter: watch as he makes a run for it. >> basically then i immediately run out of the house. i see that my neighbor is driving by in her car so i stop her, ask her for her help. >> caller is an 11-year-old male. he saw a male with dark clothes. >> reporter: the man comes back into view and leaves the way he got in, through the back. allegedly stealing the 11-year-old's cell phone. as for that young boy, well, he's giving us all a lesson. >> absolutely. he did the right thing. went and sought help, went to a neighbor, and summoned 911. i got to give him credit. thumbs up. did everything correct.
>> reporter: that thumb's up. and this morning, the suspect is behind bars. he has not entered a plea. but police tell me he said he was sorry for making the boy go through all of that. >> yeah, at least he got out of there and did the right thing. >> absolutely. >> he did. thank you. what you got going on here? >> it's early sometimes, you forget. >> a little stuff going on. looks good on you. >> your family here will never let you get away with any of that. >> ginger, what's going on out west? >> first the glasses then the stubble. the fires, robin. this brush fire burst out quickly. this will happen the next 24 to 48 hours because of a pig santa ana event that is happening.ig ana event that is happeninbig s ana event that is happeninbig s ana event that is happening. i wanted to show you wind advisory, red flag warnings that extend through the mountains outside san diego. some of the numbers are up into the 90s to close to 100. your local weather in 30 seconds. first though the warm cities brought to you by silk.
>> good morning, i am meteorologist mike nicco from abc7. sunny and seasonal with highs if not above average and more clouds and cooler this weekend but dry until early next week when the next chance of showers rolls in. 60's along the coast and 70s around the bay, and even 80s around santa rosa and antioch. tonight, temperatures are back in the mid 40s inland. my seven-day forecast shows the warm the peeks tomorrow, and 60s and 70s saturday through tuesday with the best chance of rain on coming u coming up, maroon 5's adam levine the target of a dangerous prank.
the anonymous tip and newborn daughter that sent authorities to his home. the investigation in just a moment. and the killer cave right here in the u.s. two divers found dead after exploring a so-called underwater everest. we have new clues this morning about what happened inside, and the question, should this popular tourist spot be closed for good? we'll be right back. come on back. >> divers? yeah, right here. >> divers? yeah, right here. and protect my joints from further damage. this is humira helping me go further. humira works for many adults. it targets and helps to block a specific source of inflammation that contributes to ra symptoms. humira has been clinically studied for over 18 years. humira can lower your ability to fight infections, including tuberculosis. serious, sometimes fatal infections and cancers, including lymphoma, have happened, as have blood, liver and nervous system problems, serious allergic reactions, and new or worsening heart failure. before treatment, get tested for tb.
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108-year-old curse. had to bring it up. the teams face off for game four. >> back-to-back shutouts for them. long time. that's a long time that has been done to them. >> a lot of pressure to break that curse. okay, also before you go to the gas station this morning, we have a new warning, a high-tech crime where thieves swipe your credit card information without you even knowing it. we've got some simple tips to protect you from fraud just ahead. >> looking forward to that. in the meantime, we begin with those accusations maroon 5's adam levine. an anonymous tipster telling police he abused his wife and daughter but police say the claims are completely bogus and abc's kayna whitworth is here with the story this morning. kayna. >> david, good morning. the allegations prompted a police investigation but now authorities say they found no evidence of abuse. so many are questioning if the singer was targeted because of his celebrity status. ♪ your sugar yes please >> reporter: this morning,
maroon 5 front man, adam levine, in the headlines after he was accused of child abuse. police in los angeles say last week an anonymous caller phoned in claiming the 37-year-old star was abusing his supermodel wife behati prinsloo and 4-week-old daughter dusty rose. >> any time an allegation is made where a child is being abused and in particular a very young child, they're going to immediately want to jump on it. >> reporter: abc news learning the lapd's juvenile division investigated the complaint and found no evidence of abuse and closed the case. but this morning, while police say no charges have been filed, some experts say the grammy winner himself was victimized. the call to police reminiscent of s.w.a.t.ing, making a prank call to trigger a s.w.a.t. team response on innocent victims. and celebrities are a prime target. >> i shot my wife. >> you just -- >> i guess you're going to have to find out. i'm going to shoot someone else
soon. >> reporter: this 911 call resulting in police racing to miley cyrus' home in los angeles. and in march of last year, rapper lil wayne's miami mansion was swarmed by police with guns after a fake 911 call. other stars from justin timb timb timberlake, rihanna, and gomez to justin bieber and ashton kutcher have all been s.w.a.t.'d. >> the clear distinction between this and what happened to adam levine is that there is no s.w.a.t. team called out. this is an investigation, now highly emotionally charged of the potential of abuse of a very young child. >> reporter: levine hasn't commented on the allegations. people who make a false report can face jail time. it depends on their motive, if they thought they saw a crime or knowingly reported false information and, david, the caller in this case has not been charged. >> thanks for so much more. let's bring in dan abrams with this. this is a completely anonymous tip. but police also have the responsibility when something like this comes in they have to at least explore the possibility that it's true.
>> that's right. first of all, what could be worse, right? than being accused of beating up your 1-month-old and your wife. the worst allegation that you can get. and he is a celebrity and it is anonymous, but now imagine if the police hadn't investigated, right? let's say that it had been an anonymous tip and didn't do anything about it and it turned out it was true. well, the police would have been under fire for not doing anything so it sounds like they dealt with this well which is they went, they said to him here's what the allegation was and the allegation was specific, too. it was specific on where the child was hit, where the wife fell, those sorts of things and they investigated and very quickly determined nothing here. >> so kayna points out the so-called tipster hasn't been charged. can they be charged? can they be caught? >> absolutely. could be charged. it would be a misdemeanor. but you need adam levine's cooperation. i mean not technically but as a practical matter for them to move forward with a prosecution against this guy. you'd need or person you would need adam levine's help and my
guess is adam levine wants this to go away. yeah, he wants to move forward and wouldn't want to prosecute on a misdemeanor claim for some anonymous tipster, because then they have to find the person, but when you call the police, you do have the advantage of being able to very often figure out where the call game from. >> if anything can be said about it adam handled it well. >> the whole family did in thanks, dan. >> glad to hear that part. now to those deadly caves, a pair of divers' bodies found monday after exploring the extremely dangerous underwater system in florida. this is not the first time someone has died there. abc's matt gutman has a look inside. >> reporter: those two divers plunged into what's called the everest of underwater caves but never emerged. patrick peacock and chris rittenmeyer were friends and experienced divers. but they had taken on the eag eagle's nest, a dangerously deep labyrinth for divers. >> i don't believe at any time they thought they were at risk until the very end. >> reporter: below the clear
water are these serpentine caves that extend up to 2,000 feet and require a diver to dive up to 300 feet down. it's so cavernous it took emergency divers a full day to find them and pull them to the surface from the part of the cave known as the pitt. >> if you're an experienced cave diver, it can have very tragic results. even if one little thing goes wrong. >> reporter: the eagle's nest cave has now claimed ten lives since 1981. so deadly that officials installed this sign reading prevent your death. go no farther. officials who are examining the two divers' air tanks haven't yet said what specifically caused accident, but at the depths of nearly a football field where your lungs are squeezed to the size of your fist, one of the biggest dangers is nitrogen narcosis. >> you have a lack of judgment and lose some of your inhibitions and stuff like that.
for some people they may just simply freeze up and do what we call whiteout. >> reporter: florida officials closed clos closed it to diving from 1999 to 2003, but cave diving enthusiasts lobbied to have it re-opened. for "good morning america," matt gutman, abc news, los angeles. >> our thanks again to matt. ten lives since 1981. >> it's beautiful down there but dangerous obviously. and we have the big board coming up, robin. you and i and the big board. this deadly plane crash caught on camera. now investigators are releasing a scathing new report about what they discovered about the pilot. plus, what will donald trump do if he loses the election? new reports about a possible trump tv network. could he be teaming up with roger ailes? we'll talk about that in just two minutes. >> hmm. minutes. >> hmm.
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first we start with that scathing report on a deadly plane crash. you may remember this last november. that charter flight caught on tape plunging into an apartment building in akron, ohio, killing all nine on board. now the ntsb is blaming among other factors, pilot error. abc's david kerley is joining us right now and, david, there's something that investigators said that really caught everybody's eyes. he said that the charter company was, quote, infested with sloppiness. what went wrong here, david? >> reporter: not just the company, but the cockpit as well. that came from an ntsb board member. they actually were shocked by what happened with this aircraft. i was on the scene. what happened was the co-pilot was flying which kind of violated informal company policy. usually the captain would fly as they come into an airport. he set up the plane wrong. it was going too slow and it stalled and it crashed into an apartment complex and actually the ntsb said some of the people on board, there were nine on board total, seven from a real
estate company might have survived except for the fire was so intense. takes ton task, the company -- the pilots who had both been fired by their previous jobs and the company didn't even know it. they didn't ask their previous employers whether or not what their work history was. we asked the exec jet for a comment, but they did not respond, but i got to tell you, robin. you used the word scathing and this is it scathing. >> you know what, david, the charter company is not the only one getting blame. the faa is also taking some blame, as well. >> reporter: michael, they went strong after the faa. there are nine recommendations here directed to the federal aviation administration. ntsb makes recommendations then it's up to the faa to decide whether or not to implement them. basically the ntsb is saying, listen, guys, you don't have enough oversight of these small corporate jet companies where you might hire a private jet to get someplace. they are calling on the faa for more oversight of these smaller companies and their pilots. >> apparently much needed. thank you.
>> absolutely. and let's turn to a new approach on how to treat concussions in young people. the wall street journal reports that more specialists are encourage their patients to ease into normal activities after a diagnosis instead of resting for an extended period of time and dr. besser, you're here to talk about this. this is totally different. i've been around a lot of concussion, not personally but a lot of people with them. no tv, no reading, relax, no bright lights, sit in a dark room. this is completely different. >> yeah, it's surprising and points to me the importance of doing research to test what we think is going on. you know, concussions are very common. as many as 2 million get them a year and you want complete brain rest. let it heal so you would have people be in a dark, quiet room for a period of days. these researchers in wisconsin took a big group of kids with concussions, half of them were told five days complete brain rest in a quiet room and others could slowly increase activities as symptoms got better.
what they found was there was no difference in terms of headache or dizziness but the kids who were told be to be in a quiet room, they basically went a little nuts. they had more problems with mood and depression. it took longer for them to feel good. and so what they're saying is, you know, still you've got to rest but let people increase gradually. >> because you're not saying jump back immediately into action. >> no. especially when it comes to things like sports because, you know, strenuous activity that could lead to a second concussion, very dangerous. there are guidelines on how to increase your physical activity and watch for symptoms but the challenge is that it relies on people saying what their symptoms are and you two know as athletes, athletes want to get in the game, and they are not going to be honest about what's going on. >> they want the get back out there. >> i remember this. i was playing college ball. i took the charge, hit my head, boy, i was out in the first half. second half, i wanted to play, the coach said can you look at the scoreboard? i couldn't see anything but i knew that 20 minutes was going to be on the board because it's
always on the board, so i said 20 minutes. there's no reason i should have gone back. >> balance beams, computer games so you can't game the system. >> yeah, you don't want to let your team down. >> no, but still. >> it's dangerous. >> i know. >> hey, thanks, rich. now to that big buzz about the possibility of a trump branded tv network. the republican nominee's son-in-law reportedly meeting with the media dealmaker about launching the venture. the atlantic magazine's derek thompson who has written about trump tv is here. so tell us, derek, this is supposedly plan b for donald if it doesn't go well next month. how feasible is this? >> there are three things that you absolutely need for a cable news network. number one, you need talent. number two, hundreds of millions of dollars in investment and number three, you need a steady slew of advertisers to keep that television network funded for many years. number one, donald trump has tv talent all around him. he's running really a media organization as a political campaign. but the problem is he doesn't have the access to hundreds of
millions of dollars of capital right now unless he's willing to spend a lot of his personal wealth for many, many years on this project and number three, his brand itself is so tarnished by this campaign, that a lot of people don't think advertisers want to be associated with this. so i think it is more likely that rather than a fox news competitor you have something more like a netflix for trump. an over-the-top internet only television product. >> well, you know what, the former fox news boss roger ailes is a close confident. is something they can team up. >> on the one hand, roger ailes has signed a non-compete when he was let go from fox news, so not entirely clear when he could get back into t back out there. but there are other members of
the fork hannity and bill o'reilly who have out clauses in their own contracts so they could maybe leave if trump got something started but it's not clear they will until trump gets that investment. >> wow. >> we shall see. >> thank you. >> i heard you're doing something interesting for the debate. how are you prepping? >> i'm glad it's the last one. popcorn, definitely but if there was another debate after this i don't think i could take it. >> you couldn't take it. just some popcorn. >> derek, thank you, dr. besser, thank you and david, thank you, as well. coming up in two minutes, a new warning about the gas pump. the high-tech way criminals are trying to steal your money. plus, still ahead, the first lady stunning at the state dinner. how she's changing american fashion. come on back. still can't believe you
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>> reporter: hey, gorp good morning, david. when people talk about getting robbed at the gas station sometimes you might think about gas prices but watch your back. make sure nobody sneaks up on you. really sometimes the biggest threat might be hidden inside the gas pump and a criminal sitting across the street on a bluetooth device robbing you blind. they are brazen thieves, caught on tape at gas stations around the country. watch as the so-called slider moves in, quickly snatching this woman's purse before she even notices. authorities are urging drivers to stay alert as they fill up. and law enforcement is warning about another growing threat at the pump. skimmers. and they're even tougher to spot. >> the secret service has noticed a considerable increase in the last couple of years in the amount of credit card skimming that has been discovered. >> reporter: watch this suspect caught on camera breaking into a gas pump where he had installed a device to steal or skim credit
card information off the magnetic strip. >> you never know what's going on or what can happen with your credit cards. >> reporter: it's nearly impossible to tell by looking at the gas pump a device inside could be secretly recording your data. and some skimmers even send your information immediately over bluetooth. the criminals don't even have to come back to the pump to rob you. >> they could breach it and install them inside the gas pump and could be there for weeks or months without being discovered. >> although this is inconvenient, instead of paying at the pump you may want to just go inside the store and have them swipe your card inside the store. >> reporter: that's one way and when buying gas, security officials recommend choosing a pump close to the attendant. they normally like to set up out of sight, and monitor your account frequently for fraud. i have one more tip for you. i hope you're sitting down. you can go inside and actually use cash. >> whoa! >> novel. >> thanks, t.j. all great advice. >> good reminders for us. coming up here on "gma," big medical news for everyone trying to start a family. how to halt the biological
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good morning to you. let's go over to mike nicco and a look at your day. hi everybody. starting off clear and calm this morning. temperatures are in the 40s and 50s. as we head into the afternoon hours, 60s at the coast. cloudy, dry and cooler this weekend. hi, sue. good morning. two big rigs tangling it up. that's the complication. there's still a backup towards airway boulevard. i called chp to get clarification and they told me they still are out there and no estimated time of opening those two right lanes. can you really control your biological clock.
good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. and the final face-off. donald trump and hillary clinton hours away now from their last debate as the president now takes aim at trump. >> i'd advise mr. trump to stop whining and go try to make his case to get votes. >> 20 days until the final votes are cast. first lady of fashion. michelle obama stunning and shimmering at the final state dinner. her look trending huge overnight. for its pure hollywood glamour. we're looking back at how flotus has changed american fashion. can you really stop your biological clock? the company that's claiming it's time to end the ticking and change how you plan to have children. the risks and rewards, dr. ashton here to brake it all down
for you. ♪ >> and the trailblazing ballerina inspiring girls across america, misty copeland here live. and she's saying -- >> good morning, america. >> what was that move there? >> a plie. >> it was a pirouette. >> it was nothing of the sort. >> i will be icing immediately after. >> exactly. we were just talking about the importance of icing. so much you learn. >> the scoreboard either. >> no, i can't. we're smiling now and, boy, were we smiling yesterday. great to have you here, david. that's bringing a smile to our face. you weren't here. we had jarrius robertson here. he is the saints super fan battling a rare illness in need of a liver transplant and got to surprise him with a saints contract. yes. >> i didn't see it because everyone is looking at it. they saw it on facebook. it's everywhere. signed that contract, sign him up as a social media reporter and his first assignment, to tackle this one right here.
>> how did you think michael -- did you want to take down strahan? >> he's kind of rusty so, no, didn't want to hurt him. >> he's rusty? michael, he's a hall of famer. >> he still ain't never touched the field in a while so. >> all right, all right. all right. >> he can't move like he used to. >> yeah, and he doesn't have your moves. >> can't move like he used to. >> you know what, jarrius, nothing a little ointment can't get on the joints can't work out but he was so delightful. so good. i'm so heap happy for him. a true fan. you can see the team has adopted him. and i tell you what, if they can have as much energy and personality as he has, then it's hard not to be a who dat fan as i said yesterday with a guy like that. >> i love when he says, you don't have to ask me twice to sign the deal. >> a funny, funny kid and, honestly, if you haven't seen the video, it's a great way to start your day. feel good moment. >> the best thing he said, it takes a life to save a life and he talked about that. he said you can save a life by simply being a donor. we hope that comes true for him.
>> also coming up today, it is celebrity trainer harley pasternak with a special halloween-inspired workout. darn it, where are the costumes? anyway. this is called the scary seven. kick it off at home by going to our "gma" facebook page, a live stream or you can go to our website. we have all of that coming up. this will get you moving and grooving today. are you doing a little -- >> michael jackson video. >> i'm feeling that in my -- >> see, he can move. >> i'm not done yet, jarrius. that's all i'm saying. >> not rusty at all. not rusty at all. first to amy with the morning rundown. amy. >> good morning, guys. the big story this morning, round three, donald trump and hillary clinton square off on the debate stage tonight for the final time. trump has invited president obama's half brother to that debate. meanwhile, hillary clinton with a growing lead in the polls has been off the campaign trail for days gearing up for tonight's showdown. abc's tom llamas has the latest from the debate hall there in las vegas. tom, good morning. >> reporter: amy, good morning. sources telling us that donald trump will be aggressive
tonight. we're expecting him to hammer hillary clinton over her health and her e-mail server. now, lately donald trump has been out on the campaign trail relentlessly talking about a rigged election but also focusing hard on hillary clinton. >> now she has to do debate prep for five days, right? you know what the debate prep is? it's resting. it's lying down, going to sleep. >> reporter: and, amy, there is some pre-debate drama. donald trump has invited the half brother of president obama. now, malik obama is a donald trump supporter. he's from kenya but is also a u.s. citizen and he says he believes donald trump can make america great again. amy. >> all right, tom, thank you. and hillary clinton is preparing to take on trump over those sexual assault allegations and over his complaints that the election is rigged. tonight clinton is expected to blame russia for the hacked e-mails coming from wikileaks. one e-mail apparently sent by campaign chairman john podesta in march listed dozens of possible vice presidential picks and the names were organized under so-called food groups sorted by race, gender and other
categories. we have breaking news overseas. two americans have been killed and two others injured. it's called an insider attack in afghanistan. they were conducting duties during a nato training mission. he was wearing an afghan army uniform and was killed. authorities are searching for four suspect who is fled a shooting. four teenagers were injured including a female student who was critically wounded. police believe she was targeted but it is unclear why. and a bizarre crash in atlanta. police say a teenage driver flipped a stolen suv on top of that house. he also took down power lines leaving the neighborhood in the dark. and in massachusetts, a coast guard helicopter rescued a man would went swimming and then became swept up in the ocean current. it took about an hour but he was finally spotted through all that fog and was lifted to safety and then the emotional reunion on land with his very worried wife.
thankfully he is okay this morning. and finally a thief on the run this morning after his not so subtle getaway. take a look. here he is escaping from a home goods store after stealing a -- can you guess what it is -- a venetian window blind. he stuffed the blinds down his pants but it was so tall you could see there it was pointing through the hood of his jacket and he later dropped it when employees chased him. he managed to get away. i get that he was stealing a blind. but did he think the employees were? >> oh. >> i got a boo. you guys just booed me for that. >> no, no. there were no boos. >> i was going, whoo. that was a whoo, not a boo. >> you felt sorry for she. >> no, it was more of an ooh. not a boo.e. >> no, it was more of an ooh. not a boe. >> no, it was more of an ooh. not a bome. >> no, it was more of an ooh. not a boo. >> all right, all right. >> you needed blind luck to get away with that. >> there you go. thank you, michael. >> a little bit of an upgrade. >> love it. >> so we have breaking news. i have a little bit of a shorter "pop news" today. >> why? >> it's going to be fantastic. don't you worry about the whys.
>> i'm a journalist. >> it's really good. so are you ready? >> all right. >> starting with i love flying the friendly skies, you know, don't you love seeing those old school flight attendant uniforms. >> yes. >> well, now thank you, zac posen. delta taking off the fashion runway with the help of you, zac, unveiling their exclusive uniform collection set to be worn by over 60,000 delta employees. airline customer service agents, flight attendants, ramp agents will be ramping it up, if you will. technicians even will don the custom range bursting at the seams with hidden details like a rubber grip to make sure that your shirts stay tucked in while serving those cocktails. blazers with walkie-talkie pockets. i would like a blazer with a walkie-talkie pocket. >> i just want a walkie-talkie.
>> and sewn down lapels. although i like to kick up a lapel every here and now. the outfits are designed in three shades called plum, thistle and cardinal. posen who has dressed kerry washington, claire danes, reit witherspoon and now all of those technicians and agents, he says in a statement, we wanted delta employees to look glamorous on the job. they do a terrific job without sacrificing functionality or style. >> a million miler on delta. grew up in the south. ready when you are, delta is ready when you are. >> yeah. >> that looks great. ♪ something special in the -- that's a different airlines. that's a different airlines. >> they look great, though. great job. >> nice job, zac. also in "pop news," the rock & roll hall of fame nominations are out this morning. and it's a real who's who of '80s and '90s music legends, we're talking pearl jam, tupac. >> oh. >> right there and jane's addiction said to be the three leading contenders in order by the way, i don't know if you know this, to be eligible for this massive honor. the talent must have released their first recording, wait here, no later than 25 years
before the nomination year. does that make sense? so all of these guys have been in the biz a very long time. i know, feels just like yesterday i was listening to my first pearl jam song. >> i know. >> also on the list, depeche mode, joan baez, janet jackson and journey, oh, don't stop belie believeen. fans, cast your votes one a day you're allowed to vote from now till december 5th. that's your modified "pop news." >> modified. what a list. >> 25 years ago pearl jam, depeche mode, janet jackson. >> miss jackson, if you're nasty. >> taking me through sort of a mental calendar of my youth. >> listening to tupac is taking me back. >> tupac? >> yeah. >> are you casting your vote right here right now? >> i'm on it. i'm on it. >> there you go. >> what are you doing, robin? >> jamming. >> she's enjoying the california love right now. >> i'm feeling it. coming up, the first lady dazzling in versace at the
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and president obama saying, all they're looking at is you. a fashion critic, robin givhan, who has written about the first lady's style for years heralded it for its pure hollywood glamour. >> the versace dress stands out because it's a very sexy, slinky dress. it's by an italian designer and keeping with her tradition of in some way acknowledging the country that they're hosting. >> reporter: since the obamas very first state dinner in 2009 for the prime minister of india, the first lady has showcased showstopping gowns, many by american designers. welcoming canada's prime minister earlier this year in a strapless jason wu and this 2010 dazzling dress designed by peter sorensen for a dinner in honor of the mexican president. the first lady going further afield for fashion inspiration, this showstopper from alexander mcqueen for a dinner for the president of china and this memorable marchesa when hosting the british prime minister in 2012. and the first lady's fashion legacy goes far beyond formal occasions.
she's embraced bold colors and knee length frocks, mixing, matching pricey pieces with off the rack items from brands like j. crew. >> she's been extraordinarily savvy about her use of fashion both to connect with people whether it's another working mother, whether it's a dignitary. >> reporter: the first lady's sense of style flawless. for "good morning america," paula faris, abc news, new york. >> and joining us now is fashion journalist kate betts. she is the author of "everyday icon michelle obama and the power of style." good to have you with us. >> thank you. >> you're stylish yourself. >> you too. >> what did last night's look represent? >> glamour, glamour, glamour, glamour, glamour and also authority and confidence which i just love about her. i mean, i think, you know, it's also a big fashion statement, you can't get more fashionable than versace chainmail in rose gold. but it's really a statement of glamour and authority. >> as we're surrounded by all of
her gowns here from state dinners, what goes into selecting the gowns and dresses? >> you know, i think traditionally and also she has also done this a lot is to select a designer from the country that they're hosting and obviously last night she selected versace for the italians, but i think what's interesting also is she always makes some kind of statement beyond that, and if you notice, versace is a female designer, donatella, so i thought that was very interesting that she chose her. and i think she also always chooses something bold. i mean, she's dressing to stand out. she is not dressing to fit into any washington idea of how she should look. >> and how has she differed in that regard with other first ladies and how they have styled themselves? >> i think she has really used style and fashion to express herself and her authority and her confidence. but i also think what's so interesting about her is she's chosen so many different designers, young designers,
jason wu, isabel toledo, sophie theallet. most previous first ladies chose one designer and just used that designer consistently, whereas michelle, i think, really supported the fashion industry. >> yeah, and she has supported a lot of issues. let's move and other campaigns. >> yes. >> but there is something about the first lady and fashion that comes to the forefront, as well. >> yes. >> all right, kate, thanks very much. we appreciate it. >> thank you. >> good to see you. coming up, big medical news for everyone trying to stop a family. can you really stop -- have you heard this? you can stop your biological clock? all right. we'll talk about it next. your biological clock? all right. we'll talk about it next. come on, dad. ( ♪ ) ♪ they tell me i'm wrong ♪ ♪ to want to stand alongside my, my love ♪ ♪ whoa, talkin' 'bout my love ♪ ♪ talkin' 'bout my, my love ♪ you ready, dad?
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in the mid 40s inland. my seven-day forecast shows the warm the peeks tomorrow, and 60s and 70s saturday through tuesday with the best chance of rain onmo and we are now asking that question, can you stop your biological clock? a new company is taking it on. it's all part of an exclusive "forbes" story and abc's mara schiavocampo has our details. >> i want to be in a place where i can be the best mother that i can be. >> reporter: 28-year-old katie cudworth, a successful freelance writer in a committed relationship would love to have kids, just not yet. >> there's still so much i want to do with my life in terms of my career or traveling. >> reporter: enter prelude fertility, a company that says it's stopping the biological clock by offering one-stop shopping for fertility treatments. >> we're all about empowering women to make choices and take control of their fertility when they are most fertile.
>> reporter: the company offers a four-step process all in one place. egg and sperm freezing, genetic testing, embryo creation and single embryo transfer to prevent unintentional twins and triplets. they're also trying to make it more affordable with the egg freezing process usually $10,000 to $15,000, available through a pricing plan of just $199 a month. >> so what we're trying to do is bring the costs down so that it's less than a car payment per month. >> reporter: an estimated 12% of women have trouble conceiving and now big companies like apple and facebook cover egg freezing as part of employment benefits. but critics say what prelude is offering is nothing more than a marketing gimmick. >> their focus is on women who are delaying childbearing for professional reasons. we have to realize that a lot of these women may get pregnant on their own. >> reporter: there are also risks with the procedures like overstimulating the ovaries and pregnancies in older women can be dangerous. still, the risks won't stop
katie. >> there are risks when you wake up in the morning and cross the street to get to the train. i see it as minimizing the risk. >> reporter: for "good morning america," mara schiavocampo, abc news, new york. >> all right, so now our chief women's health correspondent dr. jennifer ashton is here. what is your take on this? >> i literally think this is as ground breaking for millennial women as the pill was in 1960. >> that is amazing. >> let me tell you why. it's really about changing the paradigm from treating infertility 20 fertility from treating a disease to wellness and from being reactive to being proactive. fertility from treating a disease to wellness and from being reactive to being proactiv fertility from treating a disease to wellness and from being reactive to being proactive fertility from treating a disease to wellness and from being reactive to being proactivo fertility from treating a disease to wellness and from being reactive to being proactiv fertility from treating a disease to wellness and from being reactive to being proactiv fertility from treating a disease to wellness and from being reactive to being proactivt fertility from treating a disease to wellness and from being reactive to being proactivo fertility from treating a disease to wellness and from being reactive to being proactive. big difference. >> okay, great.
good to know. factor, cost obviously. how does that figure into a woman's decision? >> big push on this. cost, affordability, access, very important. let me tell you what kind of numbers we're talking about, for one typical egg-freezing cycle which does not include fertilization, you're talking about $10,000. remember, that's per cycle. >> that's a lot of money. >> for a typical ivf cycle you're talking about $12,000 to $17,000 per cycle. we should note neither is a guarantee of a live birth but we know conclusively a woman's chances for a live birth go up the younger her ovaries are at the time, so this is very important. >> as a mom, as a ob/gyn, are you going to recommend it? are you going to tell your patients about it? >> i think this should be part of every well woman visit starting in a woman's 20s and i think the reason for that is you need to talk about risks, benefits, pros, cons, when you talk about the cons, medical risks, very low. the woman may never need to use these eggs and in terms of benefits, very important. i will be recommending this to my daughter. >> i'm glad you got the memo on the white. thank you very much. we will be right back.
good morning. grief counselors and extra security will be on hand this morning at jordan high school in san francisco after four students were shot yesterday. a source says the victims are a 15-year-old girl and two 15-year-old boys along with another male student. police are still searching for four suspects seen running from that school. officers do believe this was a targeted attack. hi, sue. we have a bart delay at this hour of about 20 minutes due to equipment problems on the track and number seven is running 10 minutes behind. thank you s
remember, you can join us for ♪ welcome to my house [ cheers and applause ] good morning, america. great crowd with us this morning. hey y'all, this is david's first time. >> where am i? >> this is david's first time up here. >> it's great. it's great. look at it. >> be careful. be gentle. >> welcome. real people. i love this. this is fun. [ cheers and applause ] i mean -- >> throw some topics out there and it's just a free for all. >> free for all. >> you go for it. >> when do they all take over? >> they already have. >> they took over an hour ago when they got here. a few hours ago, but deciding what to wear on a first date, have you ever had a first date. what do i wear? it can be a very hard decision but you don't -- you want to
dress to impress but you don't want to go over the top. one woman, her fashion choice, i don't know what you could consider it but you have this, lara. what is it. >> i love this. so laura bubble is her name. >> i love that name. >> and she decided to prank a bunch of guys she met on a dating app, how did she do it. shows up on the first date wearing a full wedding dress, okay. i mean, it's the best. take a look. >> let's see it. >> are you rhys? >> yeah. >> lovely to meet you. >> good to meet you too. >> plonk yourself down. i already got myself a tea. >> am i being punked or something? >> i think i see you. is that you? >> running for the hills. >> isn't that funny? >> that's scary.
>> he didn't even say hey. he was like -- >> five feet from her. no, i definitely don't see you. >> interesting to see the different reactions. >> i don't anybody was like, yes, sat down and, you know -- >> i would think it would be a prank. there's no way you show up -- she had the veil. she had flowers. >> she's canadian. a hidden camera. she did it all for a great cause. all of the proceeds -- she posts these online and they have gone so viral, and all the money goes to stand up for cancer. >> great cause. yeah. >> great cause. >> really -- [ applause ] and in honor of laura bubble, i'm wearing my wedding white. >> is that? >> can i ask you a question? >> none of us ran. none of us ran. >> no. >> you can ask us anything you want. >> do you have a memory -- you don't have to get into names -- >> bad date? >> of what you wore. >> outfit choice, either yours or hers? >> oh. >> i really don't. i just remember i had bad choices in the '90s, i see some -- >> the whole decade. >> the whole decade was bad for
me. >> i remember a long, long time ago i was thinking that i was looking like cute, i was going through a peppy phase and i think -- i don't know. do you remember like a sort of ralph lauren feeling like jodhpur and was wearing jodhpurs and boots and like i even like had the collar up and this was not in the '80s, i'm sorry to say. and the person that i was meeting was like, oh, do you horseback ride? oh. i should have worn the wedding dress. >> right. >> there's enough pressure on the first date. >> right. >> you know what, i have something here i want to bring to the table for everybody. how many of you get frustrated with technology? [ cheers and applause ] i'll be honest with you, i think if you're over the age of 20, you get frustrated because it changes so fast and kids pick it up.
well, bill belichick, coach of the -- >> he was a little frustrated. >> east going. >> big smile. >> always so nice. well, he feels your pain. there he is on the football field. he tosses those tablets that they give these coaches in the middle of the game and he said he just had it. there you go. bam. and just had it with the tablet. can't do it anymore and on a conference call yesterday -- >> whoa. >> the famously tight-lipped coach really gives very short answers. he went on for about five minutes about this tablet. take a listen. >> as you probably noticed, i'm, you know, i'm done with the tablets. i've given them as much time as i can give 'em. they're just too undependable for me. i'm going to stick with pictures which several of our other coaches do, as well, because there just isn't enough consistency in the performance of the tablets, and so i just can't take it anymore.
[ cheers and applause ] >> i totally relate. >> didn't it sound like he was breaking up with somebody? >> it did sound that way. >> i just can't take the snapchat anymore. >> that tablet. >> everybody at home is like what's on the tablets? technology now is advanced. you used to get paper just like this with an image of the play on the feel the last time the offense or the defense was out there. now it's on a tablet. now it's not video. it's just a still picture but you can go, you know, one image to the next and see where they lined up then the next step of where they went the next -- >> you think it froze and he couldn't see the opposition's play or -- >> possibly and, you know, but, hey, everybody has their -- >> how did you do it, was it the etch a sketch? >> no, no, it was -- [ applause ]
>> david. >> you know, first of all, jarrius already called me old. you sit down here for the first time, and you're already coming at me, david muir. >> all right. >> it was an etch a sketch. >> i was thinking the rock. >> oh, boy. you're so hurtful. >> we love you. >> go ahead. what you got? >> do you all want to know who is coming out here this morning? do you want to know? [ cheers and applause ] she is the trailblazing principal dancer for the american ballet theatre, an artist, an author, a great person, please welcome misty copeland. [ cheers and applause ] >> hi. oh, so good to see you. >> great to see you again.
>> good to see you. >> you're right here in the middle. >> here? >> yes. >> so great to see you. it's so funny because our producers are always yelling at us, you're spending too much time. wyc we're huggers. we get to welcome people. especially someone like misty copeland. do you know she's a newlywed. she got married. >> thank you. >> congratulations. oh. >> and it's a big night. tonight is a big night. right? >> yeah. >> we're getting you up early to do this but you're ready. >> super exciting. american ballet theatre's fall season opens at the koch at lincoln center tonight and it's a two-week season. it's super quick. but it's exciting to be performing in new york city. we only have two seasons here so we are a touring company so it's nice to be here and home. >> just watching. >> and performing. >> tell us a little about what you'll be doing tonight. >> yeah, so there's twyla tharp who has such a huge repertoire
and an especially a long history with american ballet theatere, so brahms-haydn doing some older pieces with frederick ashton's choreography, so one is called "monotones," and the other is "symphonic variations" and a new piece created by a female choreographer, so rare to see at a level, you know, with american ballet theatre, so jessica lang's new piece "her notes." >> you have been so -- i know. [ applause ] so incredibly busy and wonderful and we love the book you put out and the barbie doll and everything and the way you just speak to women about being proud of who they are and what they look like. i saw what you posted on instagram recently and you're all about just accept, embrace who you are, right? >> it's so difficult this day and age and i think that's why i'm a part of so many positive things like "peg + cat" and when you're on social media,
you know, the youth are seeing such, you know, horrible imagery of, you know, what they think they should have to look like and so it was really important for me, you know, with this book, this book that came out that's photographs of my body and all that it takes to become a ballerina and the art, you know, and what goes into making this body and so i celebrate that. i've never, you know, hid from what i look like, so, you know, when the book -- when the editors edited out some wrinkling in my leotard and i got a lot of flack that, you know, i cut away at my waist and, you know did all these things to alter my body and i just couldn't sit back and i had to explain to them. >> you did it so eloquently, though. you really did. you show the difference and said, look, just taking the wrinkles out of the clothing. >> i'm curious. do you have any -- first of all, do you get nervous before you perform? >> sometimes, yeah. >> and do you have a preperformance routine? >> you know, i like to keep
things as casual as like i possible can like i try to approach a performance day like i would any other day. i don't like to psych myself up and have to fall into patterns of ritual. i put on like some drake and i'm like -- >> hey. [ applause ] >> you mentioned "peg + cat," which is really an amazing project. we just want to show a little clip at home. not only does she perform and she will tonight but look at this. >> ridiculous. >> okay. i get it. we've been sorting socks and boards and saying this belongs with that because of how it looks, but you don't sort dancers that way. >> peg's right. dancing isn't about how you look, cat, it's about how you make people feel and your dancing makes me feel totally awesome. >> ah. [ applause ] >> i love that. >> isn't that fun? >> it was so much fun. i was a little shocked when i got into the studio and realized
i had to sing. i was like, not this again. when i did "on the town" it was terrifying, the broadway show. >> i was there. i loved it. >> i'm not a singer, oh, my gosh. >> you nailed it. >> so i got to sing in this episode. >> aren't you heading to his town, houston and doing "cinderella"? >> i am. i am. it's amazing to be a principal dancer, and i'm still kind of venturing into new roles, and so i've never performed the part of cinderella. so this is urban -- open world dance, sorry, and it's going to be a the hobby center in houston and it's always been so warm and welcoming to me, and it's giving back to disadvantaged youth and i'm going to be surrounded by the youth of houston on the stage with another american ballet theatre dancer who is also african-american, calvin royal and it's november 10th and 11th and i can't wait to go back to houston. >> you're always giving back. >> "h" town, getting ready. >> misty, thank you very much. i just thought we should stand
and do the proper -- all of us to stand and do the proper. >> are we going to curtsy? >> curtsy, okay. misty -- oh, sorry, sorry. i didn't know we would do all that. >> just the men can -- >> okay, good. >> and we will curtsy. >> yes. >> and misty's episode of "peg + cat" premieres on pbs kids today. >> yep. >> thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. >> not that this woman needs to do it, but we've g
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here with celebrity trainer harley pasternak. he's showing us a special halloween-inspired routine called the scary seven. i keep thinking of michael jackson like that. so you work with lady gaga, rihanna, you know, the list goes on and on and on. is it the same kind of thing? >> it really is. my clients are busy people. i'm not always with them and what's great is these are moves they can do anywhere without a gym, in a hotel room, at home and -- >> helps if you have a fitbit and a challenge. >> fitbit partner with the surgeon general and it's called step it up and you go to the website and you can join my team. i'm in competition with julianne hough and please join my team. >> i'm on your team. harley, i'm yon tur team. all right. the scary seven. >> the scary seven. so these are great movements, now, the first one -- get in your scary seven position, the first one is a reverse lunge for your quads, glutes. i like a reverse lunge more than a forward lunge. >> why? >> can you do this anywhere. it's easier on your knees rather than going forward, it's going backward. the second movement is a
stiff leg dead lift. looking up is important. you're pushing your butt back as far as you can and strengthens your hamstring and your butt and great for posture. >> straight or bent knees? >> locked in the bent position. third movement is a single arm row and this is great because it strengthens the rhomboids and it's like starting a lawn mower. i've never started a lawn mower but i imagine that's how you start a lawn mower. right? >> there you go. that's three. now these four. >> a compound movement. that's a curl press. curl and shoulder press, watch "gma" and do this for like two hours. >> yeah. i love when you combine like that. okay. >> third movement is another combined movement. i love this, it's my two favorite body parts, the back of the arm and butt. hip thrust and tricep extension done all at once and you do it on your back and it's very, very simple. >> okay. >> we've got two. pike plank. instead of crunching, you get in
a plank position and basically look at your toes and fingers, squeeze your abs along the way and last but not least a superman. >> i cannot do this one. >> well, i could teach it to you. >> it hurts my lower back. >> well, variations of it. for you i'd probably show a variation. lower back and glutes. great for posture. >> all right. so one, two, three, four, five, six, seven. looks scary to me. >> they're not that scary, right? >> no, not at all. >> but the key is, these are all moves to strengthen, tighten and tone but you don't lose weight doing this. you get strong in a gym, lean and light. >> i love how you -- say that again. >> you get strong in the gym, lean and light. >> harley is the man, thank you very much. >> watch, count your steps and please join my team. >> fitbit. >> go to their website, step it up, log in and join harley's team. >> all right. we'll be right back. "gma's" "wednesday workout" is brought to you by fitbit. find your fit.
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