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for watching. good morning, america. abc news exclusive, president trump in his first network interview from the white house. what he's saying about torture. >> you're now the president. do you want waterboarding? >> his claim of voter fraud. >> you have people that are registered who are dead and who are illegals, who are in two states. >> as the president takes action on building a wall and increasing border security. president trump taking "world news tonight" anchor david muir inside the oval office granting extraordinary access to the white house. plus, what trump is revealing about his relationship with the former president, the letter that was left behind. and their ride together to the capitol. the exclusive details right here on "gma." ♪ who can turn the world on with her smile ♪ and celebrating mary tyler moore. the television star who turned
the world on with her smile passing away at 80 from her breakout role on "the dick van dyke show." ♪ to her groundbreaking "mary tyler moore show". >> you've got spunk. >> well, yes. >> i hate spunk. >> inspiring generations of women and fearlessly tackling issues before anyone else, now her co-star, ed asner and friend carol burnett exclusively sharing their memories right here on "gma" as tributes pour in from around the world. ♪ you're going to make it after all ♪ and good morning, america. boy, that song and that smile bring back so many memories and we are going to celebrate the
life of mary tyler moore this morning. >> warm, warm memories. she was really a game changer. she changed the game for working women, for comedy and want to take a live look at the statue of her famous character, yes, mary richards in minneapolis. >> and that statue, it shows this famous scene where she threw her hat in the air and we got the real story behind that hat throwing moment coming up. >> yeah, we'll explain that woman looking at her. >> looking at her like what were you doing. the latest from president trump. david muir will have that in a moment. first president trump's actions on immigration, first steps on the border wall is targeting sanctuary cities and drawing fire across the country and overseas. more to come today as he tees up new executive orders and right to jonathan karl at the white house. good morning, jon. >> reporter: good morning. president trump is traveling to philadelphia today to huddle with house republicans at their
annual retreat. huge items on the legislative agenda like how to replace obamacare, the trillion dollar stimulus he's talked about and republicans want specifics but, george, i am told that president trump is going there in part because he wants to talk about the issue of voter fraud, the unsubstantiated charges of massive voter fraud and would like congress to investigate that, as well and i am told by a senior administration official we could see a presidential directive as early as today ordering an investigation by the executive branch. >> so we'll have an executive branch and congressional investigation even though you already learned overnight at least three of his associates were registered in two states, one problem he identified. the executive orders -- on immigration. >> that illustrates the problem, by the way, they say. >> we're getting a lot of pushback. some conservative groups appreciate what the president is doing on enforcement and aclu saying this is a deportation force on steroids and big city mayors across the country pushing back against the president on immigration.
>> reporter: and they're saying essentially they will defy the order, also governors, one quote from andrew cuomo, the governor of new york, he said as i've said before i say again today, if there is a move to deport immigrants, i say start with me. of course, it should be noted governor cuomo was born if queens, new york. >> the mexican president saying he's not going to pay. for the wall and in discussions with the administration. >> he addressed the mexican people saying mexico does not believe in walls. i've said it once. i'll say it again, mexico will not pay for any wall and mexican sources tell us he's considering canceling his visit that was planned next week to washington to meet with president trump. >> okay, jon karl, thanks very much. president trump talked to our david muir, that first network interview we all were watching last night, david. good morning. >> good morning, great to be with you. you heard jon say he'll press this with congressional republicans that there were
millions of illegal votes and why he lost the popular vote. we asked where is the proof. we'll begin with this moment about torture and after something he told me during the campaign and something he might now disagree with, some of his top cabinet members he's counting on. take a look. the last president, president obama said the u.s. does not torture. will you say that? >> well, i have a general who i have great respect for, general mattis who said -- i was a little surprised, said he's not a believer in torture. as you know, mr. pompeo was just approved, affirmed by the senate, he's a fantastic guy. he'll be the head of the cia and you'll have somebody fabulous as opposed to the character that just got out who didn't -- was not fabulous at all, and he will, i think, do a great job. and he is, you know, i haven't gone into great detail, but i
will tell you i have spoken to others in intelligence and they are big believers in as an example waterboarding. >> you did tell me. >> they say it does work. it does work. >> mr. president -- >> now, personally -- >> you told me during one of the debates you would bring back waterboarding and a hell of a lot worse. >> what i want to do is keep our country safe. i want to keep our country safe. >> what does that mean? >> when they're chopping off the heads of our people and chopping off the heads of people because they happen to be a christian in the middle east, when isis is doing things that nobody has ever heard of since medieval times, would i feel strongly about waterboarding as far as i'm concerned, we have to fight fire with fire. >> you're now the president. do you want waterboarding? >> i don't want people to chop off the citizens or anybody's heads in the middle east because they're christian or muslim or anything else. i don't want -- look, you are old enough to have seen a time
that was much different. you never saw heads chopped off until a few years ago. now they chop them off and put them on camera and send them all over the world. so, we have that and we're not allowed to do anything. we're not playing on an even field. i will say this, i will rely on pompeo and mattis and my group and if they don't want to do, that's fine. if they do want to do, then i will work toward that end. i want to do everything within the bounds of what you're allowed to do legally. but do i feel it works? absolutely i feel it works. >> so you'd be okay with it as president? >> no, i will rely on general mattis and i am going to rely on those two people and others and if they don't want to do it, it's 100% okay with me. do i think it works, absolutely. >> and after telling congressional leaders he invited to the white house that he lost the popular vote because of millions of illegal votes, we asked, where is the proof? >> you have people that are registered who are dead, who are
illegals, who are in two states. you have people registered in two states. they're registered in new york and in new jersey. they vote twice. there are millions of votes in my opinion -- now, i'm -- >> you're now president of the united states. when you say -- >> of course, i want the voting process to be legitimate. >> but what i'm asking, what i'm asking, when you say in your opinion millions of illegal votes, that is something that is extremely fundamental to our functioning democracy, a fair and free election. >> sure, sure. >> you say you're going to launch an investigation. >> sure, done. >> what you have presented so far has been debunked. it's been called false, i -- >> look at the pew reports. >> i called the author of it last night. he told me they found to evidence. of voter fraud. >> really. why did he write the report? >> he said no evidence -- >> excuse me. why did he write the report? according to the pew report then he's groveling again. i always talk about the reporters that grovel when they want to write something that you want to hear but not necessarily millions of people want to hear.
or have to hear. >> so you've launched an investigation. >> we'll launch an investigation to find out. >> and we just heard that he'll ask congress as well. you talked about obamacare with the president. lots of big promises on the replacement, not a lot of clarity on how he'll do it. >> we heard from so many viewers going into this interview and seen the estimate, 18 million americans could lose their health insurance if obamacare is repealed. we asked president trump about that because he told "the washington post," i want insurance for everyone. that sounds like universal coverage. he said what my plan is i want to take care of everybody and when we said does that mean no one loses their health insurance on obamacare right now or ends up with anything less, he said, well, i can't promise, you know, no one will. he said we're talking about millions of people but he said my plan is i want to take care of everyone. we know the debate on capitol hill is access to health care or will you have the insurance you have right now. >> that's the big one. martha, we'll bring you in. his comments on waterboarding and he says he believes that it does work and is effective
though he did say he's going to listen to his appointees. >> and he will listen to his appointees at this point but i think what donald trump did in that interview, david, is he said exactly what he had been saying in the campaigns, in that debate and yet he can now pass it off to his cabinet members and say, look, general mattis and i think we all remember what general mattis apparently said to president trump, which was, look, i don't really think it works, i think maybe a cigarette and a beer will work better, so donald trump can say he's listening to general mattis. he's listening to mike pompeo, but then still appeal to those voters who put him in there because of those tough words about -- >> you said something that struck me. when he referred to the safe zones in syria. >> yeah, he said, david, that -- he also said that in the campaign, that he would have safe zones in syria. that is so complicated, so expensive. he can try to get other countries to do something like that to protect some people in
syria but it's very difficult, does it mean he will send in u.s. troops? is it that important that he'll send u.s. troops to protect people in syria? >> we're getting a lot of pushback, jon karl, on capitol hill also on this enhanced interrogation and torture. >> reporter: john mccain said explicitly the president can sign whatever orders he wants, but we are not bringing torture back, not in the united states. but i have to tell you that my discussions with senior administration officials here is that the president's going to do what he told david muir, what he told david, he's going to listen to secretary mattis on this, even as he believes torture works there is no effort to bring back those advanced interrogation techniques at least not yet. >> such a wide-ranging interview, other topics. i was struck when you asked about those million marchers the day after the inauguration all around the world. >> it was interesting. we were walking along the colonnade. i said could you hear the marchers? they were right in front of the
white house. he said i couldn't hear them but i did ask him, you are their president now. do you sense a responsibility to reach out to them? he said there's going to be another march this weekend, a pro-life march that will be even larger, perhaps and i said, you know, we don't want to compare crowd sizes. i wonder if you feel you need to unite the country. he said, i do, i do sense that responsibility but then he added but we just had an election. >> and we're going to have much more from you coming up. i know you'll have more on "world news tonight" but also in our next half hour. all right, david, thank you. michael. >> thank you, robin. now to the stock market. closing over 20,000 -- over the 20,000 mark for the first time ever and our chief business and economics correspondent rebecca jarvis is at the new york stock exchange with more. good morning, rebecca. >> reporter: good morning, michael. here at the new york stock exchange they have the hats to commemorate the occasion, the first time in its 120-year history that the dow is now above 20,000.
this is a rally that has been going on since 2009. the end of the great recession. stocks have been on the up-trend but been turbocharged on the prospect of lower taxes, lower regulations and infrastructure spending, all things positives for corporate america and corporate america's bottom line. as far as americans go, it's also a positive for those americans who do own stocks, act 52% of americans have some form of retirement savings and the average increase has been about $6,000 for those accounts. now for the broader america, this really comes down to what company doss with those profits. and do they pass them along in the form of new wages and new jobs. >> all right to amy for the other top stories with the big fire close to seattle.
>> yeah, that's right. the video has been coming in overnight as flames engulfed. take a look at this apartment complex in lynnwood, washington. the building under construction and it collapsed. at least 150 people in nearby buildings had to evacuate. two firefighters have been injured. but are expected to be okay. and in chicago police say six people have been shot including a 12-year-old girl during a memorial service for another shooting victim. president trump has warned he will send in the feds if chicago can't control the violence. the white house has said he was referring to federal aid. and emergency crews in iowa have been battling wind and snow while scrambling to clean up a leak from a broken gas pipeline. nearly 140,000 gallons of diesel spilled. officials say it appears the water supply has not been contaminated. finally it's being called smonday, the monday after the super bowl and one company says we should all get that day off. >> yay. >> it's my birthday too. heinz has released this video featuring people dressed up as ketchup and mustard to promote
an online petition to make smonday a holiday and their setting the example using the money it could have spent on a super bowl ad to instead give all of its salaried workers that day off. this applies to thousands of workers. i'm all about that trend spreading. >> always got to wait for it. >> thank you. you slipped in about your birthday, nice. we'll celebrate the life, the legacy of mary tyler moore who as you know passed away wednesday at the age of 80. she changed the game for so many women, both on screen, off. yeah, she turned the world on with that smile. ♪ who can turn the world on with her smile ♪ >> for many, it was mary tyler moore. >> associate producer. can you believe that? >> reporter: reaction from fans, friends and co-stars pouring in honoring the legendary actress. longtime friend, carol burnett telling us -- >> she will be missed and she
will always be loved and mary richards will live on. she truly was america's sweetheart. >> as a 30-something single career woman in the 1970s, her character paved the way for the modern american woman. from the moment she walked through the doors of the fictional tv station wjm-tv, minneapolis. >> it does seem you've been asking a lot of very personal questions that don't have a thing to do with my qualifications for this job. >> you know what, you've got spunk. >> well, yes. >> i hate spunk. >> mary tyler moore. >> reporter: "the mary tyler moore show" was a hit scoring 29 emmys spanning seven seasons. >> in his own words, a little song, a little -- >> reporter: co-star ed asner
sharing his memories with "good morning america." >> every day going to work was a pleasure because the beautiful mary was there waiting. >> reporter: from a young age, moore dreamed of becoming a professional dancer. but her breakout role came on "the dick van dyke show." >> oh, rob, how could you? >> reporter: the actress often showing off her dancing skills on screen. ♪ truly factual ♪ that is the actual fact >> reporter: in 1980 she earned an academy award nomination for her portrayal of a distant mother in robert redford's "ordinary people." >> that's what you think i've done and blame me for the whole thing. >> reporter: out of the spotlight she had many challenges and battled type 1 diabetes. often lobbying on capitol hill in the fight to find a cure for diabetes. mary tyler moore will always be remembered for her grace and humor. >> if you stop the defensive stuff you might realize you are a great-looking girl. >> mary, please.
>> of course in that elephant dress. >> reporter: and we at "gma" were lucky enough to witness the final cast reunion in 2013. >> fabulous to be working with the people who are your very good friends. >> it's true that you become even more than family. you become -- because it's something that you can't explain to anybody. it's just there. >> and i look around at these girls and i just -- my heart fills up with so much love. >> look at you, sweetheart. >> happiness and love and celebration and what life really is. >> reporter: because it's true, love really is all around us. thank you and bless you, mary. >> we are going to celebrate mary tyler moore all morning long but first let's go to ginger right now. >> ah, celebrating her here. minneapolis, very cold as it should be this time of year but looking at that snow, lake-effect snow covering the state of michigan and warnings up for western new york, one to three feet by the end of the weekend. let's get to the sunny cities
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forecast and coming up, much more on the incredible life and career of mary tyler moore. the audition that changed her life and the real story behind that famous hat throw. and david muir is back with more of that exclusive interview with president trump taking us inside the white house. you can bring yourneed yourb-game instead. you're just subbing for mrs. tindall's fifth-grade class. [laughter] yeah, that's not gonna work.
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good morning. i've been tracking some fog all morning. more widespread but not as thick as yesterday. southbound 101. if you're stepping out temperatures a little bit milder because of the cloud cover. upper 30s to mid-40s. we'll end up with increasing sunshine today starting around noon and through the afternoon hours. low to mid-50s. if you're heading out this evening, temperatures in the mid to upper 40s. here's a look at my accuweather seven day forecast. 60s reach the bay. everybody's in the 60s monday, our warmest day. our next system will start cooling us tuesday and bring us a chance of rain wednesday. right now it's just a light storm on our storm impact scale. reggie? >> i'm liking all those suns i see on the forecast. coming up remembering the legendary life of mary tyler moore, that's next on "good morning america." another update in 30 minutes and always on our news app and abc7.com. we're here every morning
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♪ you might just make it after all ♪ welcome back to "gma." that is the famous "mary tyler moore show" opening. can't forget that? one of the greatest of all time. >> such a groundbreaking series and tributes pouring in from all over the world. from her co-stars and even oprah. we're going to share some of our favorite memories of mary tyler moore coming up later in the show. >> you just want to sway. you just remember. life was good. also right now, president trump has a busy day ahead attending the republican retreat in philadelphia. both he and vice president mike pence will speak along with former super bowl winner peyton manning. the stage is set for a williams sister showdown. both venus and serena winning
matches overnight advancing to the australian open finals and will face each other saturday. six of the eight players who reach the semifinals in their 30s. yes. >> williams wins. >> that's a safe headline. >> put it in the bank right now. let's talk about mary tyler moore right now. as we said we've been looking back all morning long and we'll continue that. now we want to hear from her in her own words as she looks back on her career including the real story behind that hat throw. ♪ you're going to make it after all ♪ >> so whose idea was it to walk out in the middle of an intersection and do that? >> well, there was a man who was directing the opening titles and it was so cold the middle of january. he said you know what would be a good idea, mary, go in the middle of intersection and take that tam off and throw it in the air. i did as i was told and hazel
frederick frozen in the background with what appears to be a scowling face at me and she told me later because i did meet her that it was just that she had no idea what was going on. never saw a camera. she just thought there was a lunatic about to lose her life. >> announcer: "the dick van dyke show" starring dick van dyke. ♪ >> rob, are you trying to tell me that we have the wrong baby? >> i had had a week where everything i went to audition for i did not get and i got a call from my agent saying carl reiner wants to see you about being the wife of dick van dyke on a new series and i said, no, i'm not going. he said you get over there now and i did and, oh, boy, the audition was just to read a scene with him but i had had such a crush on him that i walked in and i was just like -- ♪ you
>> i don't like to brag, rhoda, but lars and i had an incredible love life. would you like to know how incredible? >> oh, gosh, phyl. >> i want to tell you how incredible it was. i think lars summed it up best when he turned to me one night and said, phyllis -- >> makes me think what a lucky woman you are to be working with the people who are your very good friends. >> thank you for being my family. >> now for the hard part. how do we leave this room?
>> and they go shuffling. >> chris connelly will join us and "people" magazine executive editor kate coyne. kate let me start with you. mary tyler moore already famous when she finished up as laura petrie. so it was a bit of a risk to take on this role of mary richards. >> a wife and a sidekick so to then launch into a role in which she's not anybody's wife or girlfriend or daughter even but she's an independent career woman not focused on finding love, not focused on landing a man but focused on making it after all. that took tremendous courage, a lot of guts went into making a move like that career-wise. >> it was so wonderful to see how even behind the scenes how she became such a great producer and just really was able to -- a huge force. >> absolutely. >> revolutionary at that time. chris connelly, let's hear from you. >> hey. >> what is it about "the mary tyler moore show" and her performance in it that still resonates today?
>> i think she was the first woman character on television who got laughs by being good at her job. you know, we saw people like lucille ball, vitameatavegamin, a comic genius, and she made us laugh by not being good at what she was doing. mary tyler moore as mary richards was always good at her job and managed the egos and insecurities of her co-workers in a way our heart went out to her for. she was stable and smart. she wasn't perfect but she was honest the whole way and we just loved her for it and made her a really strong role model for people watching a strong single woman in the workplace for the first time on television. >> speaking of that it was the 1970s, this show and mary tyler moore herself was brave enough to take on sensitive women's issues, birth control, equal pay, sexual independence, how much of an impact did the show have, kate, and how big of a role did she have specifically in pushing these issues on the show? >> it had a huge impact. i don't think you could really think about a show from "murphy brown" to "30 rock" to "sex and
the city" existing without the path blazed by "the mary tyler moore show." additionally because it was produced by mtm productions, as a producer mary tyler moore had a tremendous say in the way that mary richards was portrayed. that was thanks to her and the fights that she had. fights that she had, you know, backed by a team of female writers, i mean, there was a huge pool of women writers for "the mary tyler moore show" also which was completely groundbreaking at the time. >> and, chris, one more question for you. mary tyler moore received an oscar nomination for her role in "ordinary people" which was against type for her. how significant was that role? >> well, it was very significant, of course, it was robert redford's first directorial project and cast her because he saw her walking on the beach alone at one point and realized there was this whole other side that we hadn't seen. that role of an icy shattered mother was so powerful and, in
fact, because we remembered mary richards and remembered mary tyler moore and to see her going through that made that part even more powerful and she was great in it and got an oscar nomination. >> chris remembers this too going back to "the mary tyler moore show." in the first year it was she might make it after all then they changed it to she's going to make it after all and, boy, did she. >> she sure did. sharing her personal struggles as well. helped a lot of people there. a lot more coming up. up next president trump gives david muir a tour of his office, his new digs and he'll tell us what it was like in that car ride to the capitol hill with president obama in that abc news exclusive. news exclusive.
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was like on the inside. it was an extraordinary moment in the oval office when the president took me to his new office and as he was showing me around he picked up the letter left on the desk by president obama. you'll see that moment and our walk down the colonnade right into the oval office, i asked about something that happens right after you take the oath of the office that reminds you of the magnitude of the job. let me ask you right after the oath of office, they give you the nuclear codes, the biscuit, sobering moment? >> when they explain what it represents and the kind of destruction that you're talking about, it is a very sobering moment, yes, it's very, very scary in a sense. >> does it keep you up at night? >> no, but it's -- i have confidence that i'll do the right thing and the right job but it's a very, very scary thing. >> so we're in the oval office. >> this is the oval office. this is truly one of the great spaces. >> what moves you the most about this room? >> just the history of it, the importance of it, what's happened here.
i actually put some pictures up that i thought would be great, some of the paintings that i thought would be really appropriate. george washington, alexander hamilton, thomas jefferson, abraham lincoln, andrew jackson who a lot of people, they compare the campaign of trump with the campaign of -- you have to go back to 1828, but that seems to be a comparison for, you know, certain obvious reasons. but -- >> we're standing on ronald reagan's rug. >> this was ronald reagan's -- you have a choice, you know, when you come in, they have eight or nine carpets. they have different furniture and this was the letter given to me by president obama. >> we saw that image of him, the final morning that he was here putting the letter on the desk. >> which was -- i won't show it to you or read it to you but a -- just a beautiful letter. >> is there a line you can share that struck you most?
>> there were numerous lines, so well written, so thoughtful, so thoughtful and in the drawer, you know, put in the drawer which is a custom but i doubt too many of them were written in this manner. he -- in fact, i called him and thanked him for the thought that was put into that letter. >> was there something he said in that letter that surprised you? >> well, i think nothing that surprised me, but it was stated beautifully, but that i'm representing a lot of people, and i'm carrying on a very important tradition. and just do a great job. he wants me to do a great job. he said something that was very interesting to me. he said, you know, if i thought your health care plan was going to be better than his plan, obamacare, i would support it and i believe he would. i believe he would. >> what was that car ride like to the capitol hill when you got into the car with the president
who was about to leave and you were about to -- >> the amazing thing to me and he may say differently is that we, i think have sort of a great relationship and yet it was a vicious campaign and vicious things were said by him and by me about each other and then we're riding in a car together up pennsylvania avenue and i'm saying to myself, i actually said to him, this is a little weird, isn't it, huh? but we really -- we didn't discuss the negative. we only discussed the future and the positive. and we really get along well. >> president trump told me he did call president obama after reading that letter. there was one other thing, the size and scope of the white house, not as big as trump tower, the penthouse he's been living in until now. i did ask him president obama took great pride in finishing the workday and head to the family residence to have dinner with his family and the first lady melania is here in new york taking care of barron, very important duty but i said does it get lonely at the end of the day. he's there at the white house by himself.
he said, listen there's a lot of work to do on this country and i don't get lonely. i did wonder about that. does he watch cable news? he's on twitter. >> but for you walking through the white house with the president, what was the most powerful moment for you. >> well, you know, his willingness to show the letter from president obama and he did pull the letter out, and it was interesting to me. we've all looked at these letters that presidents have written to the person coming in. this was a very long letter. and you can tell president obama took a lot of time and i was dying to read it. maybe next time. >> we all want to know what was in the letter. >> great job, david. thank you very much for sharing that. i know you'll have much more tonight on "world news tonight"? see you in a few hours. >> get some rest. coming up here on our big board, red panda on the loose at a virginia zoo. the search right now. dare i say, amy, panda-monium. >> very nicely done, robin. >> you love that. >> you love that.
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>> it's very dramatic when an animal like that escapes but put it in perspective because it's almost like a plane crash. when there's a plane crash, all of a sudden people go, oh, my gosh, flying on a plane is dangerous. in reality thousands of planes, millions flying every second without a problem. there are thousands of zoos around the world, hundreds of thousands if not millions of animals under human care. very rare that something like this happens but when it happens it gets a lot of attention but not something people have to worry about. the majority of zoos are doing a great job in keeping their animals contained. >> hopefully they find the panda. no more panda-monium. thank you. now coming up, sibling rivalry renewed. overnight serena and venus williams both advancing to the australian open finals but the sisters will face off in a title match for the first time since 2009 and, tom, you're here to talk about that. when they met in 2009 at wimbledon, serena came out on top. what can we expect this time?
>> first of all, let's take a breath and talk about what a back to the future moment this is. we were talking earlier, robin, about serena, look, there's a lot at stake. she can reclaim the number one ranking. she can win her 23rd major title pulling ahead of steffi graf which is all amazing but for venus williams diagnosed with sjogren's syndrome. in 2011, robin, you know all about it, fell out of the top 100 in the world. it's more than a comeback, it's a revelation trying to win her first major title since 2008, of course, she faces her sister to do it, the 15th meeting in a grand slam. it's absolutely improbable and incredible and we've seen a remarkable reaction from each of them talking about what it means to them. >> i can't help but think of their parents, their mom and dad and how they knew this was going to happen and many people said they weren't focusing enough on tennis and will be distracted and here at this age here they are again.
speaking of age, six of the eight players who made it to the semifinals in their 30s. >> so you're saying there's hope. you're saying that we've got a chance. >> i think it's remarkable in a couple of different ways, the game has become even more physical and even with that, so many of these players who have now discovered their great maturity and fitness in 30s and travel with physios, trainers and teams around them. make no mistake, these are transcendent talents pulling it off, roger federer, rafael nadal and the williams sisters. >> they have the experience to go with it. >> you know about that. yeah. >> 36. i was an old man. >> hey, thank you, tom. doesn't he look dapper? >> i need to steal that outfit. coming up, ginger has the story behind this incredible image, snow bursting through a child's window. what's going on here? she'll tell us. ng on here? she'll tell us. ew, really? oh, it's our verizon bill look at them. line access fee, administrative fees,
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truly celebrating the life of mary tyler moore. i know that we use that word game changer. she truly was a game changer. icon, legend, inspiring so many people, many women on and off the screen including former first lady michelle obama. >> and not only michelle obama but oprah was also in awe of mary tyler moore and mary tyler moore surprised oprah on set and oprah was paying tribute to this tweet saying even now looking at this picture i want to cry. i still can't believe mary tyler moore touched my face. i will love her forever. >> yeah. and you know we also asked all of you and all of you to share your favorite mary tyler moore moments. we all have our own and we'll share them with you coming up in this hour. >> yeah, this is a true celebration this morning. >> yeah, right. it should be. >> got to get news too. amy has the morning rundown. >> thank you. the big story this morning, president trump addressing republicans gathered for a retreat in philadelphia today. the president is expected to ask congress to investigate his
unsubstance yachted claims of widespread voter fraud. during an exclusive interview with our david muir the president insisted millions of illegal ballots cost him the popular vote and said the nation's voter polls are filled with deceased people, undocumented immigrants and citizens registered in more than one state. >> when you say in your opinion millions of illegal votes, that is something that is extremely fundamental to our functioning democracy, a fair and free election. you say you'll launch an investigation. >> sure, done. >> what you have presented so far has been debunked. it's been called false -- >> look at the pew reports. >> i called the author of the pew report last night. and he told me they found no evidence. >> really? then why did he write the report. >> he said no -- >> excuse me. why did he write the report? then he's groveling again. i always talk about the reporters that grovel when they want to write something that you want to hear but not necessarily millions of people want to hear. or have to hear.
>> another major issue david discussed with president trump, torture, the president said he believes waterboarding works. but said he will follow guidance from his defense secretary and cia director who have rejected it. the mayors of several big cities are threatening to defy president trump's executive order on immigration which cuts funding to so-called sanctuary cities that do not enforce immigration laws. thousands gathered here in new york vowing to very cyst what they call the president's anti-immigrant policies. the mayor of seattle is saying his city will not be bullied by trump's order and the mayor of boston offered to shelter immigrants inside city hall which was lit up in red, white and blue. meanwhile, overnight mexico's president once again insisted his country will not pay for a border wall. he is reportedly considering canceling his upcoming visit washington. in other news fire crews putting out hot spots after a massive fire collapsed this apartment complex that was under construction. people in nearby buildings had to evacuate and two firefighters were injured. overseas the final victims
have been pulled from the rubble of that italian hotel buried by an avalanche last week. the death toll stands at 29. 9 people were pulled out alive. a dramatic rescue in southern california. firefighters lifted a man out of his suv and carried him up a mountain after he spent three nights trapped following a vehicle crash. he had plunged 75 feet down a cliff. a passing driver finally spotted him. and finally, an ad for a pregnancy test going viral this morning. the test is called predictor and the ad features a couple looking shocked while seeing their results of their test. but check out the rest of the ad. yeah. that baby bump might have been an early clue, the company's slogan is predictor, when you need to know. but here's my two cents, i think they already knew. >> did you hear the reaction of the crowd up here? when you showed that picture. they're like, yeah. >> i'm having a baby next week.
>> when you're going to have that baby. when are we going to have "pop news"? >> right now. right now, robin. hi, guys. wow. look at those gloves. what are those? those are remarkable, ma'am. >> yes, jazz hands. >> all right. we are going to begin with a little bit of oscar news in "pop news." the brightest stars of tinseltown have joined forces to grace the cover of "vanity fair's" hollywood issue. your first look at the three panel photo, thank you, "vanity fair," for giving it to us, amy adams, lupita nyong'o, natalie portman, dakota fanning, da croat that johnson. janelle monae, greta gerwig, all going for the shot themed the greatest scape. that is a place a lot of people would like to escape to. also on the cover is, of course, emma stone sharing her little known fact about her "la la
land" co-star ryan gosling's guilty pleasure. >> mine can eat more twizzlers than everyone you've ever met, the traditional twizzler, keep it in his coat pocket and just hand out twizzlers and eat twizzlers himself. >> there you go. news you need to know. emma, however, they get along beautifully but they have one rift. she's a red vine's girl. no exception. you can see all of that on "vanity fair's" website today and, again, thanks, guys for giving us the exclusive. >> i love that. >> every year i look forward to that issue. really beautiful. one day we'll get our shot, robin. >> yeah, right. that's okay. from hollywood glamour to chip, for years doritos has been the chip that most of us talk about around the super bowl thanks to those incredibly clever commercials. but competitor tostitos call them a chip off the old block making noise this year with a very clever and possibly
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>> how old. >> 340. >> no hedging. no how old do i look? >> why hedge? how old do i look? >> reporter: with her undeniable spuk, quick humor and effortless style, mary tyler moore offered a new vision of what the american woman could be. >> television has a responsibility. will you shut up, ted? >> reporter: a television series centering on the character of mary richards, a strong, confident, professional heroine, good at her job, plotting her own course. >> she showed that you don't have to have it all be about the man in your life. it doesn't have to be all about, you know, the wedding ring at the end of the road. it can actually be about finding happiness and typing satisfaction in your working life. >> reporter: paving the way for nearly every female lead that came after her from murphy brown to ali mcbeal to carrie bradshaw and olivia pope, mary richards was one of the first to deal with issues like birth control.
and equal pay. >> i would like to know why the last associate producer before me made $50 a week more than i do. >> oh. because he was a man. >> what gloria steinem was doing for the political world mary tyler moore was doing for the tv world as mary richards. >> don't forget to take your pill. >> i won't. >> i won't. [ applause ] >> reporter: some of the most influential women of today from an emotional oprah winfrey in 1997. >> you had no idea what you've meant to me. >> yes, i think i do. >> to former first lady michelle obama looking to mary richards for a different path. mrs. obama telling "variety" in 2016, i was probably 10 or 11 when i saw that and sort of started thinking, you know what, marriage is an option. having a family is an option. and going to school and getting your education and building your career is another really viable option that can lead to happiness and fulfillment.
>> she was the first single working woman who set the template for all women to aspire to. >> sometimes i get concerned about being a career woman and i tell myself that the people i work with are just the people i work with and not my family and last night i thought, what is a family anyway? they're just people who make you feel less alone and really loved and that's what you've done for me. >> talk about -- >> oh. >> wow. >> it resonates for women and all of us. >> everybody. >> and her group of friends, you know, phyllis and rhoda and the
gang, i know we both have said you wanted to be a part of that gang of friends. >> yeah. >> they dealt with those issues and slipped it in and made a point at the same time. >> very smart way. >> we'll have so much more coming up. we're not done yet. we just loved her and she was groundbreaking and we'll get our audience involved and talk a lot more about mary tyler moore. in our next half hour. >> i know. coming up next, we've got "deals & steals." tory has big savings to make your home sweet home a little sweeter. come on back. g your b-game instead. you're just subbing for mrs. tindall's fifth-grade class. [laughter] yeah, that's not gonna work. bring out your best you with the refreshing taste of tropicana. introducing the new turbocharged volkswagen alltrack with 4motion all-wheel drive. soon to be... everywhere.
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me weekdays 4:30 t 7:00. ♪ love is all around [ applause ] ♪ you're going to make it after all ♪ i never get tired of hearing that. we continue our celebration with this fantastic audience. >> yes. [ applause ] mary tyler moore, how she empowered women, and i love how chris connelly said in the first half hour because she did her job well, she was good at her job, and she really pushed the envelope for women's rights, and we'll have more about "the mary tyler moore show." should we have our favorite moment? >> yeah. i want to go back and binge-watch too. >> i know. >> it's timeless. it really holds up. >> george, you're a big fan. >> saturday night when i was growing up, all those big shows after "all in the family." >> which one is your favorite
moment? >> this one is an emblematic moment. they always pick up touchy issues in a funny way. let's take a look. >> what religion are you? >> mr. grant, i don't quite know how to say this, but you're not allowed to ask that when someone is applying for a job. it's against the law. >> want to call a cop? >> no. >> good. would you think i was violating your civil rights if i asked if you were married? >> presbyterian. >> perfect, made all the points in 30 seconds. >> it did. >> really good. >> the show was like sharp and witty. it was so funny. i mean, the funeral, one of my favorites, chuckles the clown when mary did her best to not laugh in the middle of his funeral. and just the -- >> saying chuckles. >> the buildup to that was incredible. she would get mad -- >> she was chastising everyone else. it's a funeral. you do not laugh.
no jokes. >> yep, absolutely. for me anything with ted baxter. do you guys remember ted played by the wonderful ted knight. he was such a dog and so classic with their broadcaster read. their interactions, the way mary handled them. take a look. >> i know this may sound insane to you, mary, but on those occasions when i dream of you, you're dressed exactly like that. >> ted, please don't look at me that way. >> it's all right. i'm a doctor. >> ted, you're making me nervous. >> i'm making you nervous? you're making me crazy. >> i don't remember that dress. >> that episode is hilarious. it's mary's friend, it's mary's friend who decides she wants to be a clothing designer and says, mar, i'll make you a dress and that's what she comes up with,
and, of course, ted and phyllis happen to stop by after mary unfortunately tries it on. >> you guys must have been too young for mary tyler moore. but you saw that dress come on and went crazy. >> it's like in fashion now. >> i know. >> back in the day it was very risque. >> oh, gosh, it certainly was. >> back in the day? >> back in the day. >> not now? now it's, you know, 9:00 to 5:00 wear. >> i'm wearing it tomorrow. >> the moment for me the one we shared and made me tear up. it was the final scene of the finale and it's what she said, it wasn't just this -- i love that. but how she talked about these were her colleagues who were her family and both on the show and in real life, they became family like that so just to see that kind of -- >> and that finale was so well done. the show was so -- i think we'll keep it up as we showed them all going out. ♪ to the sweetest girl i know >> oh. >> and you could see how real it was. >> yes. >> yes. >> they weren't acting there.
>> it was totally genuine. >> there's this great moment, watch, right at the end. ♪ to the sweetest girl i know >> now in real life, the crew member who was supposed to turn off the lights was so welded up with tears she hit the switch and there's three seconds of lights still. they couldn't get the lights off because everybody was so moved by this. >> seven glorious seasons, i was in my early teens during that time, and if just made such an impression even back then and, of course, we all know the open -- >> the iconic scene. >> the iconic open and our wonderful audience. you're going to help us relive that moment with a big hat toss, one, two, three. to mary. ♪ who can take a nothing day and make it seem all worthwhile ♪
she broke barriers, she broke hearts and fearlessly stared down a dreaded disease doing it all with a smile that turned on the world. america loved her. now friday night celebrate mary tyler moore after all on "20/20" at 10:00, 9:00 central on abc. all right, a hearty crowd out here this morning. my friend from kansas city, what's your name? >> jackie. >> well, jackie, i have something to tell you about, because we are back now with this, a very special thing we're doing here. we partnered with our sponsor,
tropicana, for our my three words event. to find out what inspires you in the morning, that's our question, you want to start your day with a special spark, of course, take a look at these wonderful videos, we want you to make a video too and then share it with us with your three words that inspire you to be your best. post your video on twitter or instagram and use the #my3wordsgma, and we might just show it on air like we did those right there. you can find out more information on our website, my three words to you, get to it. get those videos started. do you have three words that inspire you? can you think of any? >> dream. >> dream, i like that one. my friends from finland, what inspires you? >> everything. hello. i'm abc 7 meteorologist mike nicco. 9:00 the fog starts to fade, the clouds start to open. a loft sunshine. low to mid-50s for the afternoon back to the 50s by 7:00. rain comes back wednesday.
i'm going to carry this >> i'm going to carry this sign around with me. get to it, lara. >> thank you so much, ging. for all you tgits, your shows are back. so excited. abc kicks it off with "grey's anatomy" and jesse palmer is here. i know you sat down with one of the show's stars, jessica capshaw. >> i sure did. everybody is so excited for "grey's" to return and fans will be in for a roller coaster ride because jessica is sharing some of the biggest shockers in an exclusive sneak peek at tonight's episode. >> i'm arizona robbins. >> reporter: in eight years at seattle's grey's hospital, jessica capshaw's dr. arizona robbins has been through it all, love, marriage, divorce and, of course, those signature "grey's anatomy" shockers. >> i think we're all alive. >> your character even lost a leg. >> yes, i did. >> and you're going to jail now. >> i'm going to jail. >> rochester is a wild one. i don't have time to stitch you up if she goes off on you. >> reporter: yes, when "grey's"
returns this week, it will be with a nail-biting trip behind bars. >> i don't bite. dwrrt. >> reporter: in this exclusive sneak peek of the new episode the doctors take on a patient unlike anything fans have ever seen before. >> what's k-10? >> it's for especially dangerous inmates, murderers. >> which is she? >> that's confidential. >> we did this episode that stands on its own. it's outside of our normal world and the tone is very sort of prisony. you know, it's very -- it's very like "silence of the lambs." >> hey, hey, hey. >> no sudden moves. >> reporter: but capshaw says the biggest shocks may come from how the hospital's future collides with her love life. >> or you're not into me and i'm deluding myself. >> no, you're not deluding yourself. >> in the last couple of episodes we maybe saw a glimpse of a new love interest. >> yes, we did. >> kind of seems like eliza is the new sheriff in town. >> yes, she is and so arizona is not meant to like her. in fact, she's meant to be the enemy. >> i am great and your little list or whatever the hell that is, that should have my name on it because i raise great surgeons. >> reporter: the most burning
question, though, when will they be christened with a nickname. if eliza and arizona work out would you prefer elizona or ariliza? >> well, i feel like perhaps since it was calzona that maybe we should go to the opposite. >> i agree. it should be ariliza. america, you're welcome. >> we did it, boom, #ariliza. >> it's going to be good. the full tgit lineup returns with "grey's anatomy" at 8:00 eastern followed by "scandal" and "how to get away with murder." >> thank you, jesse. we're going over to robin for our "deals & steals." >> tgit. gladiators, unite, yes. we have back by popular demand, tory johnson with more "deals & steals," and you have a lot of people in the audience that take photos. what do you do with them? >> things like this. we partnered with collage.com to create this deal for you and what i love is to think about one, big fabulous
memory from the last year or a lot of memories from the last year, so one big amazing thing in my framily was my son ran the new york city marathon, super cool thing, so instead of just always looking at the pictures on my phone, i now have a little quad here to put on a wall. this big one, i looked at all the pictures from "deals & steals" over the year and as i made them, jesse and i did a segment one time and went to detroit and did all these really fun things and it just kind of makes you smile. i pulled a bunch of pictures from just laughter at "gma." so i love these. you'll get a voucher to be able to have a career to create them. valentine's day is around the corner. savor a great memory and a really terrific deal. so. so, normally depending on the size you choose they range from 2 to $60 and slashed them by at least 52% so everything is $10 to $29 and collage is giving free shipping. free shipping from collage. >> free shipping, y'all, and free shipping, yes. >> who doesn't love that? okay, roommates decor. a lot want a new year, freshen up the room but it's kind of
home improvement's a big deal as ginger is showing us, so what i love about this is these are just easy decals in so many different styles. so, there are things for kids. there's animated things, all kinds of styles and inspirational words for adults. every single room in your house, there's things that are appropriate for a kitchen for a bathroom, for a bedroom, a den, an office and literally in minutes without ruining the surface of the wall, you can just revamp the whole look. kind of give a little oomph in the new year. >> does not ruin the surface. >> does not ruin the surface. peel and stick, so when you get stick of it, take it down and start all over again. all reusable. so, depending on the style you choose these range from $16 to $41 but these are also slashed in half, $8 to $20. so, again, really inexpensive and that segment we did i'm already hearing from people on twitter. digital -- no touch. someone could be asleep or awake, this thermometer is
getting a lot of buzz, and our light switches, whether you're using it -- i don't know how many people will use it like you as a glam device. >> great for a selfie. put that underneath and also this one, as well. >> thi is the sanitizer and charger all in one that lori greiner snapped up at "shark tank." really terrific company. great entrepreneurs, terrific product, all phone types. >> how wonderful is tory johnson with all these great companies. >> thank you. >> and -- >> the companies are great. >> everyone in the audience is going home with vouchers for this photo canvas art. >> and these. >> oh. >> you're going home with the light too. >> and going home with the light. [ cheers and applause ] really. >> how could we not? how could we not? >> we partnered with these companies on these deals and wonderful, the companies we have, and get all the details on our website. coming up, we've got milla jovovich and ali larter here live. co
alert the network censors. ricky gervais comes to "gma" live plus sandra lee is cooking things up and train performs their new hit tomorrow only on "gma." we are back now with milla jovovich and ali larter, they star in "resident evil." it is the most successful video game and movie franchise of all time. great work there, ladies. >> wow, thank you. >> yes. and their new movie, "resident evil: the final chapter" opens tomorrow. let's take a look. >> you know what it is? >> umbrella. dr. isaac's. i thought that you killed him. >> i thought so too. >> he has an army of undead with him. they'll be here within hours. [ cheers and applause ] >> whoo. >> are you ready to kick some butt? >> that was such a fun scene to film. oh, my god. that was kind of like our first real day.
>> this moved for you, milla is like a family affair. your husband is writing, director. 9-year-old daughter ever, her acting debut so how was it with the family? >> she was actually 7 1/2 when we filmed it, and i mean she's so fabulous. she's been asking to be an actress since she was 5, which, of course, terrified me, you know, so i said, okay, you got to go to acting classes but it's on the weekend so you might not want to give your saturdays up but she did and -- >> she's incredible. >> she's been in acting class every week since then, and she loves it. >> is she easy to direct? >> you know what, she's amazing. she's so professional but she's a set baby. there's like army brats and movie brats. she's definitely a movie brat in that sense. she feels very comfortable, and i couldn't believe -- i didn't have to go into mom mode at all. >> yeah. >> i mean, you were there. you saw it. she's so -- >> she was incredible. >> -- poised. >> you have two kids of your own. >> i do. you know, it was really funny because we're in this action movie doing so many stunts,
covered in blood, dirt, grime,and they yell, cut and we're like where are our babies? >> awfully red. >> i need to go nurse. >> milk is coming in. >> it's like very modern women. okay. >> this has been your baby for 15 years. >> yes. >> so, and it's the final chapter. that's in the title. is it the final chapter? >> unfortunately, it is. you know, but you know what, we're going out with a bang. >> that's right. >> this is definitely the biggest and the best, and the story is amazing. there's some amazing twists when you find out who alice is, where she comes from and my daughter has something to do with that so it's going to be very, very interesting. >> and you play claire. you play opposite of milla's character and how was it to be -- which is very rare -- a female-driven franchise like this? it must be empowering. >> i've traveled around the world with this movie and to be able to be in something that is female led where you would typically see men in the roles
and after three movies together you don't see us pit against each other. women building each other up and don't follow the cliche traps and there's something when we meet girls, they feel empowered and inspired and energized. >> i can't tell you how many women from around the world, especially from countries that don't really want women to get educations, that, you know, just are very conservative in that way and they've seen the movie and they come up with tears going after i saw "resident evil," it really inspired me to go after my dream and go for my goals, and it's unbelievable. >> it's incredible. and blood and guts and zombies but you know what, i remember when i was like way too young to watch it, but i was like 12 and i saw "aliens" on tv and i saw sigourney weaver doing that and you know what, it blew my mind that a woman could do something like that and it inspired me. it changed my life, so -- >> yeah. >> now we're like the sigourney weavers. >> when you talk about meeting
your fans, you've both been to comic-con. what is that experience like? >> so, with claire redfield she's like the human component in "resident evil" so she doesn't have any special powers. she has to rely on skills and, you know, what she actually has and so her instincts, so it's fun to be able to play that and i think people really relate to her in that way and like to think that if they were claire how would they act in that post-apocalyptic world. >> do you have people coming up imagining you're claire? it's insane, taken very seriously. >> this is a fan movie. >> it's just another like reason for people to dress up outside of halloween. >> yeah. >> it's so good. you see ewoks and, you know, you see multiple princess leias everywhere. little baby darth vaders. it's very cute. >> but, you know, i love this film because it is very empowering, and i think for a female-driven franchise, the most successful video game in movie franchise ever. i mean, that's something to be proud of. >> girl. >> you both should be proud of
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good morning. i'm natasha zouves from abc 7 mornings. let's get over to mike nicco for the forecast. >> a lot of sunshine this afternoon. temperatures still a little bit short of average, 54 to 56 degrees. tonight will be one of our coolest ones with frost in the inland val es. mid-30s to 40s for the bay. my accuweather forecast, 60s start saturday, get wet again wednesday. >> we have a lot of slowdowns at this point. we're in recovery mode an earlier crash. all lanes are back open. that was just before farm hill boulevard. we've got a five, six mile backup. >> time for live with kelly and i'll be back at 11:00 a.m. for the abc 7 midday news.
i hope you'll join me then. pretty and pink out there. gorgeous. reporting continues >> announcer: it's "live with kelly!" today, movie actor turned author, mike myers. also, from "resident evil: the final chapter," milla jovovich. and after scott wolf returns for another day of cohosting. all next on "live!" ♪ [cheering and applauding] and now, here are kelly ripa and scott wolf! [cheering and applauding] ♪ >> scott: hi.