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please good morning, america. president trump defiant. pulling out of that landmark climate deal. >> i was elected to represent the citizens of pittsburgh, not paris. overnight, protests right outside the white house. buildings around the world from new york to paris lighting up to show support for the deal. business leaders outraged. now the president trying to reassure world leaders. his counsellor, kellyanne conway, here live this morning. deadly casino attack. a masked gunman storming a philippines resort, gunfire ringing out. >> oh, my god, you guys, i can hear gunshots. >> the suspect settling gambling tables on fire sparking terrorism fears. at least 35 people killed. hundreds of tourists trampling each other to escape. heavily armed police racing to the scene. the search for a motive this
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morning. >> bounce house horror, the terrifying moment this inflatable castle goes flying tumbling over a fence and into a crowded parking lot with children inside. ♪ 24 karat magic in the air >> the golden state warriors remain perfect in the 2017 postseason. >> and a 24-karat start. >> and durant throws it down. >> the golden state warriors wiping out the cavaliers in game one of the nba finals. steph curry -- >> bang. >> -- and high-flying kevin durant leading the blowout win with dunk after dunk. can king james take back his throne? ♪ 24 karat magic in the air and good morning, america. you see that high kick by steph curry? it was like an audition for the rockettes. >> exactly. >> but there is a good reason for it. a big win last night for the warriors, and also a big win for
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a warriors fan, pretty cool. 12-year-old ananya vinay who won the national spelling bee championship, confetti falling, her family there. pretty remarkable. >> and after the sixth grader won on the word marocain she yelled, "go curry", and obviously it worked, cheering on steph curry and golden state. she'll be with us. >> it is a busy friday morning. president trump facing new fallout from his decision to withdraw from the paris climate accord. leaders from the european union and china meeting today. overnight the trump administration took their fight to the supreme court to reinstate the travel ban. and james comey set to testify in front of the senate intelligence committee on thursday. more on all that ahead. we begin with the president's climate decision and mary bruce has all the latest from the white house. good morning, mary. >> reporter: good morning, george. well, the president is already up retweeting praise for his decision. he insists the u.s. will still be the most environmentally friendly country on earth but that is not how
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many top allies so it, the leaders of germany, the u.k., france and canada all calling the president, telling him they are disappointed by this decision. outside the white house, and around the world reaction to president trump's decision punishing. overnight paris city hall lit up in green. as well as new york city's one world trade center. a show of support for the landmark deal. >> the united states will withdraw from the paris climate accord. >> reporter: after that bombshell announcement in the rose garden -- >> i was elected to represent the citizens of pittsburgh, not paris. >> reporter: -- world leaders like germany's angela merkel and france's emmanuel macron pouncing. >> make our planet great again. >> reporter: the business world outraged too. leaders like facebook's mark
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zuckerberg, tesla's elon musk and disney's bob iger are criticizing the move. hollywood icons like leonardo dicaprio tweeting today our planet suffered. president obama too calling out an absence of american leadership, saying that the u.s. should be at the front of the pack. but president trump is making no apologies. he says the decision came down to american jobs. and fulfilling that campaign promise. >> we're going to cancel the paris climate agreement. >> reporter: some republican lawmakers applauding the move even before the president's rose garden announcement. >> one of the things i think president trump has been really good on is being concerned about american jobs and not signing international agreements that would put us at an economic disadvantage. >> reporter: even the president's own inner circle was divided. right there in the front row, the man who lobbied for the exit, his chief strategist, steve bannon. the president who called climate change a hoax during the campaign did little to clarify his position.
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>> as someone who cares deeply about the environment, which i do, i cannot in good conscience support a deal that punishes the united states, which is what it does. >> reporter: but he did say he would be willing to negotiate the deal all over again. >> we will see if we can make a deal that's fair. >> reporter: but global leaders are already rejecting that call, george. they say the paris climate accord is simply not up for renegotiation. >> yeah, they're not ready to do that at all. on another front we know james comey, the former fbi director, will testify next thursday. the big question on the table is the white house going to invoke executive privilege? >> reporter: yeah, george, next thursday all eyes will be on james comey, lawmakers eager to learn about those private conversations he had with the president, especially they want to know if the president did in fact encourage comey to drop the investigation into his fired national security adviser, michael flynn. now, the president could invoke his executive privilege to try and block comey from testifying. but that would be an explosive
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political move and one the democrats would certainly try to override. >> mary bruce, thanks very much. george, now to the russia investigation and president trump's son-in-law and top adviser jared kushner caught in the crosshairs. our chief investigative correspondent brian ross is here with us and, brian, your team tracked down the russian banker who met with kushner. >> reporter: that's right, amy, and good morning. we have a rare glimpse of a man who could be a key figure in the fbi russia investigation. he is the banker whose secret meeting with the president's son-in-law, jared kushner, is now a focus. [ speaking a foreign language ] >> reporter: we found him back in russia at a conference in st. petersburg, but sergei gorkov trained as a spy refused to answer any questions about why he met with kushner or what they talked about. [ speaking a foreign language ] did you talk about american sanctions, he was asked. we have absolutely nothing to add, he said. we have a lot of meetings. the meeting under investigation took place after the election as
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gorkov ran the branch office in new york under u.s. sanctions and came at a time that the kushner family was racing to raise money for its troubled real estate business. >> did it involve the sanctions on the bank? did it involve any business potentially? >> reporter: investigators say they want to know if kushner went to the bank for help with this troubled investment, a skyscraper on fifth avenue, the 666 building, which analysts tell abc news is 30% empty and cannot generate enough rental income to cover its huge debt. >> they borrowed $1.3 billion. that loan has to be paid back in two years. >> reporter: the white house says the meeting between kushner and gorkov was about u.s./russia relations and arranged by the russian ambassador. the bank says, no, it was a private business discussion. >> this has conflict of interest written all over it. i think it's a huge problem for kushner to be in a situation where his white house portfolio essentially allows him to have liaison with all sorts of corporate and financial institutions.
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>> reporter: the russian banker, gorkov, could answer many of the questions the fbi and congress are asking but as of now, he's trying hard to stay out of the spotlight. giving us what in russian is called -- [ speaking a foreign language ] -- the stone wall. kushner continues to hold a top secret clearance and work in the white house. his lawyers say that he'll be glad to testify before congress and answer any questions. george. >> okay, brian, thanks very much. let's talk about it with kellyanne conway. welcome back. >> thank you, george. >> so why was jared kushner meeting with the russian banker? >> jared has said he's willing to share any information he has and made that clear and looks forward to doing that. >> there seems to be a discrepancy. the white house saying he was talking about russian relations, yes, russian relations, did they discussion sanctions, the russian are saying, no, this is private business. >> we're going to trust that. i mean, i would refer you to the comments of former acting deputy cia director mike morell. he served under president obama
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and said so far all he hears are media reports about what intelligence officials say and that it's been his experience that the media often get those wrong, that they're relying upon a chain of reporting that is -- >> i'm just asking you what he talked about. >> well, jared, he's been willing to cooperate and he's willing to go and say what he knows, but i think there's so much speculation out there and usually gone through a negative lens. let's give him a chance to say what he knows. >> that's what i was trying to ask you. you're not prepared to say what he was talking about right now. >> no. >> on the issue of james comey will the president invoke executive privilege or does he want former director comey to testify before congress? >> we'll watch with the rest of the world when director comey testifies. the last time he testified unoath the fbi had to scurry to correct it. he was off by hundreds of thousands in his count, his sworn testimony count of the number of information -- the number of e-mails huma abedin allegedly sent to her husband, anthony weiner. he said there were hundreds of thousands. it turns out they were off by hundreds of thousands --
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>> so the president will not invoke executive privilege. >> the president will make that decision, but, look, we want to refer everybody to what deputy attorney general rod rosenstein said about james comey, because rosenste rosenstein, he has direct authority over the fbi director and he came on the job after being confirmed 94-6 in the u.s. senate after serving as president obama's u.s. attorney in maryland and coming on the job he went and looked at the investigation about the way mr. comey handled hillary clinton's e-mail investigation and he concluded that it really hurt the morale and the integrity of the department. go and read the letter. everyone can see it. he also talked about how mr. comey tried to usurp the justice department, and he didn't like the fact that he held a press conference. >> the president decided to fire him before he got that memo from rosenstein. >> he said he was thinking about that for awhile and that is true. he saw that testimony a few wednesdays ago, was very unimpressed. you know how the president feels about director comey and director comey in his good-bye letter to his colleagues at the
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fbi, george, clearly said that he has long believed a president has the right to fire an fbi director for any reason or for no reason. that is the president's right. in addition and independent of that his deputy attorney general whose job it is to oversee the fbi director had concluded much the same thing. he said that the morale and the integrity of the department had been compromised and one of the only things that unites people of diverse viewpoints is their dissatisfaction with the way mr. comey handled the end of the clinton e-mail investigation. >> at that time the president also suggested he had tapes of his conversations with mr. comey. does he have those tapes? is he going to release them? >> i won't comment on that. we're just -- we -- when director comey goes to testify, i think that will be a very clarifying moment. i would repeat in his most recent sworn testimony had to be corrected almost immediately. he was off by hundreds of thousands in his projected calculation but it's more important to have somebody testify under oath, frankly, than to have his friends and his former colleagues out there speaking to the media, not under oath. >> we will all be watching on
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thursday. the president says he wants to renegotiate this paris climate accord. we saw the leaders of germany, france, italy, u.n. officials say it cannot be renegotiated. so how does the president plan to do this? >> the president said many things yesterday. most fundamentally the president said as he always has, george, that his first responsibility is to americans, their interest, their jobs and economic growth here. why should we frontload so much of the economic burden in this agreement to the detriment of the american worker. all the projections say that we would have a decline in some of the key sectors where men and women rely on for their livelihood, cement, paper, natural gas, coal. why are we doing that and yet letting india and china get off scot-free? when this was originally negotiated by president obama -- >> they're making commitments to reduce their emissions as well. >> it's pretty unimpressive and would go back and look because i have at many of the outcry by the environmentalists when it was originally negotiated. so many complained that this actually would not have a statistically significant impact
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on carbon emission reduction and yet china and india were not being forced or persuaded to conform their behavior. this is about protecting the american worker and protecting american jobs. >> final question -- >> renegotiating a better deal. >> does he still believe global warming is a hoax? >> he believes in clean water, clean air and made cheer what he doesn't believe which is that the u.s. government should stay in an agreement that gives us too much of the financial burden, too much risk to these industries where the coal miners, people who work in cement and paper, people who he looked in the eye in place after place, city after city while he was running -- >> does he believe global warming is a hoax? >> he believes in clean air, clean water, a clean environment and believes we have to negotiate better deals for this country and that there is a balance between environmental protection and economic growth. >> i'll ask one more time. does he believe it is a hoax? >> you should ask him that and i hope you have a chance. >> i do too. thank you for coming in.
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we'll have more sunday on "this week." amy. >> turning now to that deadly attack at a popular resort in the philippines, chaos unfolding as a gunman stormed that scene firing shots and setting fire to casino tables. abc's alex perez has the latest details. >> reporter: it was midnight local time when this man armed with a machine gun stormed the packed casino at this manila resort. >> oh, my god, you guys, i can hear gunshots. >> reporter: unleashing a hail of gunfire, shooting at gambling machines and setting tables on fire. patrons fearing a terrorist attack stampeding for the exits. dozens injured in the chaos and confusion. >> the next i saw he started a huge fire. then we just started running. >> the woman who filmed this video from a neighboring apartment building -- >> oh, right behind resorts world. >> reporter: watching as the resort went up in flames. >> i could see people running and i saw people trying to jump
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out of the window on the second floor. >> reporter: authorities now say it was not a terrorist attack but a casino heist gone wrong. the suspect stealing some $2.3 million worth of casino chips. seven long hours after the ordeal began authorities discovering the suspect took his own life. and this morning the grim death toll, at least 37 killed. not from gunfire but from smoke inhalation. many of the victims found in the bathroom where they hid to escape the chaos. >> we are still investigating and trying to ascertain why somebody would be so senseless. >> reporter: and investigators are now carefully reviewing surveillance footage as they work to figure out what the exact motive may have been here. amy. >> a tragedy all around, alex, thanks so much. michael. >> thank you, amy. we're going to switch gears now to the warriors' big win. steph curry and golden state taking down lebron james and the
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cleveland cavaliers last night in game one of the nba finals and t.j. holmes was there for it all and joining us from the warriors team store. pick me up a t-shirt, t.j. >> reporter: hey, there, strahan, i'm in the team store because full disclosure, we got kicked out of oracle arena this morning. they're actually getting prepared for a concert that's going to be there tonight. but you can make an argument it was this guy who was making sweet music at oracle arena last night. even lebron james had a tough time keeping up with the new guy. >> that's called oops, you dropped something. >> reporter: kevin durant and the golden state warriors blew right past james and the cleveland cavaliers in game one of the nba finals. >> finds durant! >> reporter: durant, the 2014 league mvp is new to the cavs/warriors rivalry. he shocked the basketball world when he left the oklahoma city thunder to join the warriors this season even seeing his jersey destroyed by his former fans. >> and durant throws it down. >> reporter: durant put on a show for his current home fans scoring 38 points in game one where he went head-to-head against lebron. >> he's going to do what he does, you know, he's lebron james.
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he can -- you guys know what he can do so i just try to play as hard as i can and not make it about a match-up. >> reporter: lebron still managed to stuff the stat sheet, scoring 28 points of his own. and don't forget about steph. the reigning mvp finished the night with 28 points including six from behind the arc. >> steph curry drains a long three-pointer. >> reporter: but on a team known for its three-point shooting it was durant who served up dunk after dunk after dunk. early on in front of a star-studded oracle arena crowd. he lit it up from the outside, too. even rihanna couldn't stop him. after she supposedly trolled durant from the stands viewers couldn't help but notice this staredown but k.d. says don't read too much into it. >> i don't even remember that. i'm cool. have fun with that. >> reporter: all right, guys, so, of course, had fun with that but, strahan, warriors are 13-0 in the playoffs. that's something we have never seen before.
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if we've learned anything from last year, you can be prepared for maybe something you've never seen before. game two coming up on sunday. we're right here. >> you know they lost the first two games last year by i think a combined 28 points. >> i totally remember that. >> so it's not over. >> just beginning. >> he can't tell me he forgot about rihanna. i don't buy that. you guys can see game two of the nba finals sunday night at 8:00 p.m. eastern right here on abc and now we'll go to ginger with flooding in texas, ginger. what's going on? >> we're going to deep texas, corpus christi, texas, these images coming in up to 3 inches of rain forcing flash flooding. you can see those cars underwater and the video here is even more staggering as people are obviously stuck there. the windshield wipers still on. we do have more gulf moisture that will pool up and there will be more flash flood potential especially as this tropical air and a lot of the moisture that disturbance trying to get out there settles up along that stationary front and there we go. weekend getaways brought to you by walgreens. . weekend getaways brought to you by walgreens.
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. good morning. i'm abc7 news meteorologist mike nicco. clouds, they won't last long. sunshine just about everywhere and warmer temperatures today. the warmth eases in the weekend becoming breezy once again. hottest days after that monday and tuesday. mid to upper 60s today into san francisco. mid to upper 70s around the bay. low to mid-80s inland. tonight cloud cover and temperature around 51 to 56 degrees. my accuweather 7-day and cocoming up here on "gm" a 16-year-old in custody facing murder charges for killing her uber driver.
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get everyday low prices on everyday essentials, targetrun and done. hey good morning to you. i'm natasha zouves from abc7 mornings. we are tracking developing news out of belmont right now. four homes are evacuated after a water main break. it ran for three hours before crews managed to shut it off. officials say that structural engineers need to check the area before residents can return back home. let's get to sue hall with a check of traffic. >> good morning. we have a couple of problems it sounds like in the oakland area, either that or one and the same. northbound 880 to eastbound 980. apparently an accident of three cars in lane number 5 and then the chp also reporting near broadway which is generally the same area an accident there, as well. nonetheless, traffic is stacked up towards the coliseum heading 880 northbound through oakland. expect at least 30-minute
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all right. welcome back. temperatures in the 50s heading out except for brentwood at 61. san mateo bridge looking to the west on the roads today dry all day. lighter breezes on the bay. mass transit, warmer this afternoon. we'll have temperatures 60s in the coast with increasing sunshine. upper 70s around the bay to 80s inland. now the marine layer clouds return tomorrow and breezy sunday and why we have a cooling trend through the week. the hottest days monday and tuesday. low to mid-60s at the coast. mid to upper 70s around the bay and then another cooling trend begins wednesday and thursday. notice no rain in the forecast. >> i'll take that. thanks so much, mike. "gma" is helping with an unclaimed money surprise. thousands of dollars going to a deserving group. we'll have another abc7 news update in about 30 minutes and always on the news app and
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♪ welcome back to "gma" and you're looking at our huge crowd in central park and they're getting ready for one of the biggest concerts this summer, fifth harmony is there. they dropped a brand-new song overnight. it's called "down." that's what you're hearing in the background right now. there you go. i like that. and they're going to perform it for the first time live in central park on "gma." >> and a beautiful day for it too. >> sure is. >> great weather. >> heading out there soon. first right now there is new fallout from president trump's decision to withdraw the u.s. from the paris climate accord. that move fulfilling one of his key campaign promises but world leaders and business leaders are criticizing the move. and there is new video of tiger woods' dui arrest showing him disoriented inside the palm beach county jail. then taking a breathalyzer test. it revealed he had not been
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drinking before he was found asleep in his car. woods blamed his condition on a mixture of prescription drugs. he's been taking them following back surgery. ariana grande just arrived back in the uk this morning for her benefit concert for the victims of that terror attack and you can watch the one love manchester concert on many of our abc stations after the nba finals sunday night and you can watch it live on the channel freeform. check your local listings. >> that will really be some event. right now we turn to that uber incident, a 16-year-old girl in custody accused of killing her driver after he picked her up at a walmart. mara schiavocampo here with that story. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, it's a shocking crime. prosecutors say a 16-year-old girl, your typical high school student typically brutally murdering her uber driver. the suspect is not talking now facing charges as an adult being held without bail. this morning, an illinois teen
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facing murder charges for what officials are calling a brutal and unprovoked attack on an uber driver. 16-year-old eliza wasni appearing in court after prosecutors say she attacked her uber driver with a knife and machete early tuesday for no apparent reason at all. fatally wounding 34-year-old driver grant nelson. >> only two minutes or so after picking up the defendant, she begins to hack at him and stab him from the back of the seats. >> reporter: prosecutors say wasni called for an uber pickup at this walmart just outside chicago around 3:15 tuesday morning after allegedly stealing a knife and machete. surveillance video reportedly showing her leaving the store without paying for the items. . after allegedly turning the weapons on her driver, he managed to escape running to a nearby apartment building for help. >> it was just help me, god help me please, i'm going to die at the top of his lungs. >> reporter: officials say wasni tried to flee in nelson's hyundai sonata but the high
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school student crashed the car and ran off on foot before police say they found her hiding behind a nearby building wearing only leggings and her bra, still holding the machete and knife. police saying they had to tase her to drop the weapons. nelson was rushed to the hospital but hours later died from his injuries. now his family is remembering him as a gentle man hoping for justice. >> this is a time of hart heartbreak and tremendous loss. >> reporter: in a statement uber says we are heartbroken by the loss of one of our partners, grant nelson. our deepest sympathies p and prayers are with his family and loved ones during this difficult time. baffling crime. >> no motive? >> we reached out to her attorney and did not get a response but prosecutors say this appears to be random. she did not appear to know the victim, and we're learning a lot about what she did.
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this was her third uber ride of the morning, 16-year-old out at 1:00 and 2:00 in the morning and stole these from walmart and got them that night and surveillance video shows her walking around casually with these weapons, walking out of the store and calling the uber. two minutes after getting into the car and the family of this man, mr. nelson, they're saying he was working two jobs, he lived with his family, really gentle soul and he's being remembered that way this morning. >> just horrible. okay, mara, thanks very much. >> thank you, guys. this morning, supermodels bella and gigi hadid's father is in hot water over one of his megamansions. abc's kayna whitworth has the story. >> reporter: the high-end real estate developer to the ultra rich. mohamed hadid known for his lavish lifestyle and two famous supermodel daughters, gigi and bella. a reality show from "the real housewives of beverly hills" to his latest turn alongside fiancee shiva safai on e!'s "second wives club." >> mohammed is a fantastic real estate developer. >> reporter: this morning one of
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his larger than liech properties landed him in big legal trouble and now the future of this mansion known as the strada is in jeopardy. >> we just brought in all these olive trees from northern california. >> reporter: the home stretching at least 30,000 square feet and standing at nearly 70 feet high, hadid took abc news on a tour in 2015. >> had you your permits revoked and a stop order on construction. >> correct. >> why was that? >> well, they -- the neighbor have complaint to the city and they decided that they want to look into it. we got our permits correctly. >> reporter: some neighbors like jennifer aniston in this exclusive bel air community complaining to the city at the time about sprawling properties like this one. but city officials say this megaproject is plagued with violations ranging from unapproved stairwells, illegal partition walls and even an unpermitted and uninspected imax theater.
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looking up at this hillside city leaders say he dug into the soil illegally causing massive erosion. you can clearly see how much ground has already been lost and lawyers for residents in the area say they're in danger because of that. the mogul pleading no contest this week to three misdemeanor charges stemming from those violations. now facing up to three years summary probation, $3,000 in fines, plus penalty assessments and the possibility that the strada will be torn down. hadid's and the mansion's fate will be decided at a hearing at the end of the month. for "good morning america," kayna whitworth, abc news, los angeles. going to be following that one. coming up here in two minutes, jennifer garner speaking out about a new cover story on her divorce. we'll tell you how she is setting the record straight. how she is setting the record straight.
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story. abc's diane macedo is here with more on that. good morning, diane. >> reporter: george, good morning. only jennifer garner can shoot down rumors with the words geez louise. although her tone playful her message clear. she had nothing to do with the cover story and she wants the world to know it. they were hollywood's golden couple, jennifer garner and ben affleck, seemingly had it all. now nearly two months after filing their divorce, garner's gracing this "people" magazine cover with the headline, life after heart break. the story quotes a source saying she's doing okay and this has been the most difficult decision for her but in a rare move garner is denouncing the story writing on facebook i wanted to set the record straight. i did not pose for this cover. i did not participate in or authorize this article. the "wakefield" star who has kept the details relatively quiet went on to write this isn't a tragedy by any measure but does affect me and my family.
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she admitted their marriage is hard work. >> it's good. it is work but it's the best kind of work and there's no one i'd rather work with. >> reporter: they announced their split in 2015 a mid tabloid reports that affleck had an affair with their nanny. while on his press tour for batman versus superman, affleck spoke out about their tumultuous year on "gma." >> so much is being said about your private life and how you've been so graceful, you and jennifer, in talking about it. what's been the most difficult part about this past year? >> you know, we just sort of put the kids first. she works very hard and she's great with the kids and we put them first and take it one step at a time and do our best. >> reporter: affleck has struggled with his own personal demons, revealing in march he completed treatment for alcohol addiction. and "people" quotes an anonymous source saying garner was willing to work with him on his problems not only for the sake of the children but because she loved him but realized it wasn't going to get better. this morning garner is getting her final word, i have three wonderful kids and my family is complete, for what it's worth.
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"people" magazine says the story is fair and truthful and wish her well. as for the urgency, amy, garner says she needed to squash this before her mom's garden club starts lighting up her phone. got to get ahead of that. >> diane, thank you so much. joining us is the managing partner of 1010 media, larry hacke hackett. larry, you used to be the editor at "people" magazine. you know it well and know this business well. i mean, as someone who is just looking at that magazine i 100% would think she sat down and posed for that picture and sat down with "people" magazine. what's your take on the back and forth? >> it's a very interesting curious story. jennifer garner has been written about hundreds and hundreds of times in stories that she did not participate in. your piece right there which chronicled her life with ben affleck she didn't participate in that. this is not unknown to her so the idea she would react against this and say that she didn't authorize the story is a very, very strange thing. celebrities don't have to authorize anything. people write about celebrities, presidents, you know, sports figures without their authorization. what i think is going on here is not about the "people" magazine story because she takes no issue
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with what's said in the story, i have a feeling what i suspect is going on is that she and ben have made a pact in the middle of a divorce and said they will not talk about the kids, go to the press, or air their laundry, and she was concerned that he would have the perception that she did participate in the story and that she was getting a leg up in the negotiations and was somehow trying to maneuver what was going on between them in the divorce and she wanted to make it clear too him that she had nothing to do with this. this is not a message to the public but a message to ben affleck and his camp she did not participate in this story. >> maybe also a message to "people" magazine because she probably was upset because it looked like she participated in it willingly. if you look at the photo it looked like she posed for something but not "people" magazine. isn't that misleading with that picture like that and that cover the way it is? >> no, we've done hundreds and hundreds of stories like this. you get the best picture you can. "people" magazine is trying to convey the idea of intimacy as any magazine is whether you put donald trump on a cover or tiger woods on a cover or julia
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roberts on a cover, you're trying to convey the idea when you come to the magazine you will find out something you didn't know before. the story is completely clear they did not speak to her and she didn't participate in it. this has been tried and true at "people" magazine for many, many years so if the magazine is conveying the idea of intimacy then they're guilty but there is nothing on that cover that suggests she participated. i once did a cover with jessica simpson many years ago where i put a quote on the cover she had said to someone else, she didn't say it to us, and i got internally in trouble for that. >> because there aren't quotes on there -- >> she doesn't say jennifer garner told us. it says jennifer garner, life after heartbreak and it's a beautiful picture of jennifer garner. let's remember also that jennifer garner's career and success is based on the admiring coverage of people like "people" magazine which she doesn't take issue with it. her criticism is pretty lighthearted but it's a symbiotic relationship. >> all right, well everyone got their say. >> yes, they did. >> larry, thanks for joining us. michael. coming up on our big board, the 12-year-old spelling bee
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we are back now with our big board and the brand-new scripps national spelling bee champ, ananya vinay, we're going to speak with her in a minute but first we want you to take a look at when she won it all. >> marocain. >> she knows what it means. >> m-a-r-o-c-a-i-n, marocain. >> that is correct. >> congratulations. you are the champion. >> and ananya joins us now. i have to ask you, this was grueling. nearly 20 rounds back and forth in the final for you to come out on top. how are you feeling this morning about your big win, ananya? >> it's really amazing but i'm kind of tired at the same time. >> well, you were amazing, ananya, and what were you thinking when you heard the
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final word? >> well, i was thinking i knew it and i knew that i was going to win. >> wow. and that leads me to my next question, ananya. people even wrote about this this morning. you seemed unflappable, totally confident. you never looked like you were nervous ever. were you? tell me how you were feeling on the stage. >> well, i just dealt with my word. i figured it out. >> well, you know, so many people who are wondering how you got so good at this. so what is it like? what is the practice? how do you practice for the competition? >> well, i've been studying all year just a couple of hours every day and then i just learn more words throughout the year and revise constantly. >> wow. let me ask you this. you've won nearly 40,000 -- actually more than $40,000 in prizes and in cash. what are you going to do with that money and what are you
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going to do next? >> well, i'm going to split up the money with my brother and put it in my college account. >> ah, very smart girl. not that i'm surprised. one last question. when did you first realize that you were a really good speller? >> i just had a love of reading when i was little and then eventually that became a love of words and competing in spelling bees. >> we're glad you had that love and congratulations to you, your family and you got one happy brother because you're going to split that money and put it in your college fund with him so, ananya, congratulations on being the spelling bee champion. >> yeah, congrats. >> thank you. >> all right. have a great day, young lady. have a great weekend and we're going to switch now to an emotional moment at the french open. nicolas almagro against juan martin del potro collapsing in tears after he injured a knee injury. that knee injury forced him to retire from the match but something amazing happened after
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this. an amazing moment of sportsmanship between the two. take a look. >> with injuries right there. [ applause ] >> empathy from juan martin. >> you got to love it. >> it pulls at your heart. i watched it this morning. i mean, he -- the sobs that were coming out of him were so gut wrenching and to have him walk over and just give him that pat on the back, it was incredible. >> and del potro had his own injuries in years before so he understood and it was so -- the sobs were so personal, it was kind of hard to watch but it's great to see that sportsmanship between those two and, good luck. heal up, young man. heal up. you're young. you'll come back. coming up there is $40 billion of unclaimed cash out there. the one tip you should know at home, plus we have a big surprise at a hospital this morning. and then the hottest girl
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thanks for joining us. i'm natasha zouves from abc mornings. we have new details on a story we have been tracking all morning long. two people were, in fact, killed in that overnight shooting in oakland near 84th avenue and international boulevard. both adult victims died at the scene. no word on what led up to the shooting. a check of weather now with meteorologist mike nicco. >> good morning, everybody. let's talk about your activity planner. extreme sunshine exercising. at the beach brighter and breezy today through the weekend and slower breezes out on the bay. check out the temperatures. 60s at the coast. 70s around the bay. 80s inland but cooler this weekend. a nasty accident on east shore freeway. the emergency crews and the cars in the left lane. also some activity on the right-hand shoulder. see the frontage road backed up.
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>> all right. thank you, sue. we'll have another abc7 news update in 30 minutes. remember, you can join us for abc7 mornings weekdays 4:30 to 7:00 a.m. apparently, people think i'm too perky. so now i'm not being perky, telling you that drivers that switch to progressive save an average of $548! whoo! i mean, whoo.
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it's 8:00 a.m. president trump yanks the u.s. out of the landmark climate change agreement. the french president going after him saying we should make the planet great again. america's top business leaders speak out against the decision. what trump's top adviser kellyanne conway is saying on "gma" this morning. new this morning, one love, ariana grande back in manchester just over a week after the terror attack at her concert. now she returns just hours before her big benefit performance, the all-star lineup joining her to honor and help the victims of the attack. overnight, golden state runs away with the first game of the finals. this morning, star steph curry gets personal talking life off the court and in the spotlight. what he's revealing about marriage and life with ayesha and the couple's secret.
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we're showing you the money. $40 billion all across the country, just waiting to be reclaimed. the one tip everyone should know, so simple, and it could lead you to finding money you didn't know you had. look who is landing this morning and ready to work. >> all: it's time for the party in the park. >> fifth harmony. >> >> all: y'all get ready. >> their brand-new song dropping at midnight. you'll hear it here live. >> all: in five, four, three, two, one. >> on their way to central park. >> all: good morning, america. ♪ how can you follow that? good morning, america. happy friday. look at that crowd out there in central park. >> wow, and we are so excited this morning. you might have heard fifth harmony is here live for our summer concert series. >> let's take a look at that
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incredible crowd one more time out there in central park. you know those fans have been lining up since 3:00 p.m. yesterday. and we can't wait to get over there and join them. >> let's do it. >> switching gears it's not too late to get a major bargain on your summer vacation. we'll show you how to get great deals from places you might not expect like costco. bargains on summer vacation from big box stores like costco. >> a lot coming up and news as well. >> that's right. our big story this morning, president trump facing international backlash for withdrawing from the paris climate agreement, leaders from the european union and china met today to reaffirm their commitment to the deal and abc's mary bruce is at the white house with all the latest. good morning, mary. >> reporter: good morning, amy. the president insists the paris climate deal would hurt the economy and cost millions of american jobs. he says he's willing to renegotiate but leaders from france, germany and italy say that's not an option. earlier on "gma," kellyanne conway, counselor to the president, echoed the president's america first theme. >> why should we frontload so much of the economic burden in this agreement to the detriment
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of the american worker. all the prongs say that they would have a decline in some of the key sectors where men and women in this country rely upon for their livelihood, cement, paper, natural gas, coal. why are we doing that and let india and china get off scot-free. >> reporter: conway would not say whether the president still believes that global warm is a hoax. meanwhile, demonstrators have gathered in cities from miami to new york protesting the president's decision. at least 61 mayors have agreed to still adopt the goals of the paris deal. but, amy, several republican leaders this morning are applauding the president's decision saying it will save jobs. >> all right, mary, we appreciate it. the trump administration is asking the supreme court to reinstate its controversial travel ban. that ban sparked protests at airports back in january when it blocked travelers from six mostly muslim countries and all refugees from entering the u.s. the white house argues that ban will make the u.s. safer. discouraging news about the
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economy. only 138,000 jobs were created last month, far fewer than expected, but enough to lower the unemployment rate slightly to 4.3%. and 36 people have died after a terror scare at a casino in the philippines. police say the victims suffered smoke inhalation after a gunman set gaming tables on fire before taking his own life. they believe he was a robber, not a terrorist. some frightening moments at a party in mexico as two bouncy houses with children playing on them broke loose. look at this during heavy winds, one gust so strong it blew that inflatable slide over the fence and into that parking lot. four children were injured. one suffered a serious head injury. ariana grande has arrived in england for her benefit concert. she will be joined by katy perry, justin bieber, usher and several others, all raising money for the victims of the manchester attack. and you can watch the one love manchester concert on many of our abc stations after the nba
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finals on sunday night. you can also watch it live on freeform. check your local listings. finally a man who used to run a 7-eleven store in boston got so fed up with the parent company's rules he quit. he left. but guess what he did next? he opened a store across the street and called it 6-twelve. he says he's using his knowledge of running that 7-eleven to succeed at 6-twelve. how he's doing that, he says i know the price of everything in that store, so i just sell the same things cheaper. >> oh. oh, boy. >> it's working apparently. >> so far. >> that falls into the, oh, no, he didn't category. >> don't get mad, get even. wo. >> some "pop news." >> yeah, absolutely, good morning, everybody. good morning to you all and we begin with julia roberts, the latest a-list actress to take on the small screen. hbo has picked up her adaptation of maria semple's novel "today will be different." she plays a woman who wakes up determined to be her best self
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but then life happens and roberts just the latest megastar to make the move to tv, reese witherspoon and nicole kidman on "big little liars" and meryl streep set to front the also in "pop news" this morning, the largest state that carrie fisher and her mom had houses on in beverly hills is going on the market. the mother/daughter compound once owned by bette davis had a path between the two houses the women would use to visit each other daily listed for $18 million and more than 15 million -- 15 million -- that would be a lot. that would be a lot of stuff. 1500 items that were in fisher and reynolds' homes will be auctioned off. both women avid collectors of hollywood memorabilia. some of the items listed are costumes reynolds wore in is the singing in the rain" and "the unsinkable molly brown" and life-size c3po fisher got from the set of "star wars." i would like to know how she got
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that off the set. yeah, that is going to be a fun auction. very bittersweet, i thought that news was. this is interesting. a village in switzerland is banning tourists from taking photos in the hope that vacationers will put down the phones and start enjoying the sights. those caught taking photos will be fined $5 for breaching the new rule. this announcement comes on the heels of a new study suggesting technology is spoiling all the fun when it comes to travel. in the survey of 1,000 american travelers, 49% say they feel pressure to constantly post photos online. the town there hoping to relieve that stress and allow people to enjoy more hiking, sledding, skiing and less selfies. i think it's a good idea. >> i do too. >> or instagramming. >> exactly. >> it's true. then finally, proving that beauty and grace don't always go hand in hand we want you to meet duffy who makes missing the ball over and over again when set to classical music look like art. oh, duffy. clearly the mouth/eye
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social media and t.j. is back in oakland with all of that. hey, t.j., what you got there? >> yeah, george, i'm back with all that with little curry this morning. as you know i spent a lot of time with the real thing and, yes, we did talk about his life and in particular his wife and some of that controversial social media usage from last year but we also talked about her upcoming rap album? >> curry off the curl. hits a three. >> reporter: steph curry is one of the biggest stars in all of sports but his life is much different since he first won a championship back in 2015. how is your life different now from two years ago? >> a little less sleep at the house. have two girls instead of one. >> what about your life do you find difficult? what do you struggle with? >> when i was talking to our former president barack obama when i was playing golf -- >> that's a good name dropper. if you're going to drop one, drop that one. >> he said, before he got into office he didn't value his anonymity as he was going through life.
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he can't just go walk down the street and be in his own world and just unplug, if you will. that's the hardest thing, go to the grocery store and pick up some stuff and not run into anybody and have to talk about basketball. >> can't do it. >> can't do it. >> you still try to make grocery store runs? >> oh, for sure. i'm the only dude so my wife doesn't let me do it that often because i always mess something up. i'll forget one of the main ingredients for the recipe at home or something like that so i'm on a short leash when it comes to the grocery store runs but i like doing it. >> reporter: his wife is not a stranger to the spotlight either. last year got herself into a bit of hot water after tweeting that the nba finals were rigged. >> i encourage her to do her thing to always speak her mind like never muffle any of that. never not speak her mind in any situation. >> i did not know your wife rapped. >> uh-oh. ♪ 100 recipes what we gonna cook today i got spoons in the pot trying to stir up my stew ♪ ♪ a bowl of berries and cake we're making fondue i got two oven mitts so i never get burned ♪
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♪ forget them other chefs now it's my turn ♪ ♪ i got food groups that i gotta act like i like ♪ ♪ but get the truffle butter garlic butter is nice spice ♪ >> okay, we didn't know that about her but he knew it. he said full disclosure he bought her studio time for her birthday to go into the studio and start recording. says she has a passion for music. we don't know if we'll see an album coming up but full disclosure that's where it came from and he knew every single line. >> you can see them do that together, t.j. >> you know, we're working on it. we got our bookers working on it now, george. >> okay, t.j., thanks a lot. all of you can see game two of the nba finals it kicks off sunday at 8:00 eastern right here on abc. coming up here, "gma" showing you the money again. the one tip that could put unclaimed cash in your pocket. we got a few surprises this morning. ♪ work work work if you have moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis like me, and you're talking to your rheumatologist about a medication... ...this is humira.
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♪ work work work >> welcome back to "good morning america." i have found fifth harmony's number one fans, according to them. sara, where are you from? >> philly. >> jersey. >> we'll do the iconic fifth harmony. ready? oh baby, i'm worth it. don't let me sing alone. we got a while before we become
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a group but time telling you fifth harmony is here and it's going to be hot. you do not want to miss it. fifth harmony on "gma" coming up in just moments but for now a . good morning. i'm abc7 news meteorologist mike nicco. clouds, they won't last long. sunshine just about everywhere and warmer temperatures today. the warmth eases in the weekend becoming breezy once again. hottest days after that monday and tuesday. mid to upper 60s today into san francisco. mid to upper 70s around the bay. low to mid-80s inland. tonight cloud cover and temperature around 51 to 56 degrees. my accuweather 7-day all right, it is time for "gma's" show me the money and we're helping people find money they didn't even know they lost. on thursday gio benitez helped reunite baseball fans in chicago with more than $9,000 so, gio, tell us where you are now. >> oh, amy, what a great morning
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we are at the children's hospital of philadelphia. their karabots center. the state treasurer of pennsylvania is here. tell us about unclaimed money. how does this end up missing. >> in the last year alone we gathered more than $400 million in unclaimed funds owed to businesses and individuals and in the hospital's case it went missing for reasons we see every day. a check was mailed to the wrong address or sent to a bank that emerged. it happens so often, one in ten pennsylvanians has unclaimed property with the treasury. >> as simple as a wrong address. >> unbelievable, amy, you have a little bit more on this secret so let's take it over. >> we have a big surprise coming up, gio, the hospital knows it's getting some money but they're going to surprise some folks in philly as well because they're earmarking all that for a very special cause and gio is going to let you in on the secret first so take a look. >> reporter: as students from
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c.w. longstret elementary file in. >> you are here to have a life-changing experience. >> when i heard we were going to an assembly i got excited. >> reporter: they realized it is no ordinary assembly. this 3d movie called "free2b" is at the forefront of teaching how to stop bullying before it starts. >> there's nothing like it that blends best practice science with the latest in technology to engage children where they're at. >> reporter: it's the centerpiece of the children's hospital of philadelphia's violence prevention initiative giving students the power to change the conversation. >> i would stand up to the bully and tell him to stop. >> reporter: the program that's already ma the potential to do even more. >> the students are seen, they are the ones that can create a safe environment. by being leaders. >> if i found out there was more funding for this program, i would be ecstatic. i would shout it from the rooftop. >> here we go. >> so let's shout from the rooftop right now.
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here we have all the students and staff from that particular program. that amazing program. madeline bell is the ceo of the hospital here and we've got that big surprise. you're about to give all of that money, all of it to that program. so why don't we turn it over to the kids. kids, why don't you show us how much money we're talking about. flip those cards. more than $91,000. unbelievable. more than $91,000. [ applause ] look how excited they are. madeline, why did you decide to do this? >> well, children's hospital works on this every day so we decided to put this money towards our violence prevention initiative supporting our schools in philadelphia. >> unbelievable. such an important program. we see what it means to all these kids and the teachers. principal. >> yeah, this is awesome. this is great. we can't wait. >> you're excited. you weren't expecting that much money.
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>> not at all. not at all. >> we got the state treasurer here. you weren't expecting anything. >> no. >> not even a little bit. they gave it all. here's the check, more than $91,000. >> wow. amazing. >> this was all lost. you had no idea. did you even know where it came from? >> no, it's like having a lottery ticket and not knowing it. >> now we have it so $91,000. thank you so much. [ cheers and applause ] are you excited? >> yes. >> all right, guys. let's send it back to new york. what a great morning here in philadelphia. >> certainly is, gio. all that unclaimed money and to have it all go to such a great cause. it's a beautiful story and could be one for you, as well. if you go to our website you can get a full guide on the sites to search for unclaimed money state by state so i think a lot of people will be heading to their computers. >> i've been so surprised at how much money is out there. tens of thousands of dollars. it's worth checking so everybody go to the website. coming up here central park, everyone is so excited. fifth harmony about to perform live. they got a brand-new song coming right here on "gma." work work work work work work work ♪ a brand-new song coming right here on "gma."
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hi. good morning. i'm jessica castro from abc7 mornings. we are following developing news out of belmont. four homes on san jose boulevard have been evacuated after a water main break that ran for three hours before crews were able to shut it off. officials say structural engineers need to check the area before residents can return home. sue? >> better news for your east shore commute. an earlier accident westbound 80 near university. it is now gone out of the left lanes and see the very slow traffic rehmans back towards san pablo for a solid 30-minute drive there. and a new accident reported westbound 580 near isabel. traffic stacking up through liver more. >> thank you.
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meteorologis sesame street friends as they discover that everything makes music it's sesame street live elmo makes music playing city national civic san jose june 10th & 11th tickets on sale now through ticketmaster
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good morning. check out the temperatures. already reaching the 60s and 0 in brentwood. warmer today. you can see the sunshine already breaking out at the coast. we will have light breezes over the bay. warmer this afternoon. 70s around the bay. 80s inland. cool breezes for the weekend, jessica. >> all right. mike, thank you. another abc7 news update in about 30 minutes and always on the news app and
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the news continues now. ♪ give it to me baby i'm worth it ♪ welcome back to central park, everybody. we got a great crowd this morning. they're fired up because fifth harmony is here. [ cheers and applause ] >> so happy to have lauren, ally brooke, dinah, normani here with us, "dancing with the stars." >> thank you. i get to see you so soon. >> more please. you guys are now the past six months a quartet. is it a new era for you ladies? >> it's a new era, yeah, it's been really incredible because we've been in the studio the past few months really working hard on our album. we've been creating. we've been writing. it's been really amazing and
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having so much fun. >> there's been lots of like great producers we've been working with as well on this album. great to work with them in the studio just to be involved as an artist is important. we have like songs with skrillex coming out, pooh bear. >> i think i like that. >> it's really the album is everything to us. >> you released a song last night, "down." >> yes. >> and it has shot up the charts faster than anything you've ever released. >> yes. >> number three. >> two. i have a feeling two is coming. after you perform today i have a feeling number one is coming after that. >> thank you. >> we're getting there. we're getting there. >> possibly. >> how excited are you to perform that new song for the first time here live in front of this audience? >> yes. >> we are so excited. yeah, we're so, so excited about "down." brand-new fifth harmony. we're ready.
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>> i hear you guys just did the music video for "down." >> yes, we did. >> can you show me one move -- >> you're about to see some. >> you're going to show us the moves from the video live right here on "gma"? >> right here on "gma." >> what's better than that? >> nothing. nothing. we'll see the moves in the video. >> yes, you will. >> here. >> but i'm curious, though, when you're writing a song, is anything off-limits? >> no. >> no. >> nothing? >> emotion. >> we never limit ourselves. >> nothing is off limits. >> yolo. >> pour your heart and soul. >> we're so excited when you all are here. you are some of the nicest in the business. >> so down to earth. >> thank you. >> we try to be. >> a great crowd and i'm -- i have a question for our audience out here. who is ready to hear fifth harmony sing one of their new hits? well, here they are with their special performance. ty dolla sign performing their
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first top ten hit for the billboard 100, this is "work from home." ♪ we ain't worried about nothing we ain't worried about nada ♪ ♪ i'm sitting pretty impatient but i know you gotta put in them hours ♪ ♪ i'mma make it harder i'm sending pic after picture i'mma get you fired ♪ ♪ i know you're always on the night shift but i can't stand these nights alone ♪ ♪ and i don't need no explanation 'cause baby you're the boss at home ♪ ♪ you don't gotta go to work,
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work, work, work, work, work, work ♪ ♪ but you gotta put in work, work, work, work, work, work, work ♪ ♪ you don't gotta go to work, work, work, work, work, work, work ♪ ♪ let my body do the work, work, work, work, work, work, work, work ♪ ♪ we can work from home oh oh oh oh ♪ ♪ we can work from home oh oh oh oh ♪ ♪ let's put it into motion i'm ma give you a promotion ♪ ♪ i'll make it feel like a vacay turn the bed into an ocean ♪ ♪ we don't need nobody i just need your body ♪ ♪ nothing but sheets in between us ain't no getting off early ♪ ♪ i know you're always on the night shift but i can't stand these -- >> central park, sing. ♪ and i don't need no explanation 'cause baby you're the boss at home ♪
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♪ you don't gotta do work work work work work work work ♪ ♪ but you gotta put in work work work work work work work ♪ ♪ you don't gotta go to work work work work work work work ♪ ♪ let my body do the work work work work work work work ♪ ♪ we can work from home oh oh oh oh ♪ ♪ we can work from home oh oh oh oh ♪ >> tell us where you at. ♪ girl go to work for me can you make it clap no hands for me ♪ ♪ take it to the ground pick it up for me ♪ ♪ look back at it all over me put in work like my timesheet ♪ ♪ she ride it like a '63 i'mma buy her no celine ♪ ♪ let her ride in a foreign with me oh she the bae i'm her boo ♪ ♪ and she down to break the rules ride or die she gonna go ♪ ♪ i won't judge she finesse pipe up she take that ♪
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♪ putting overtime on your body ♪ ♪ you don't gotta go to work work work work work work work ♪ ♪ but you gotta put in work work work work work work work ♪ ♪ you don't gotta go to work work work work work work work ♪ ♪ let my body do the work work work work work work work ♪ ♪ we can work from home oh oh oh oh ♪ ♪ we can work from home oh oh oh oh ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] "gma's" summer concert series presented by king's hawaiian. irresistible since 1950. ♪ work work work work work work work ♪
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oh, it is a good morning and we are back now with an update on our summer block party contest. that's right. you have been sending in your photos and we love this year's block party from laura in wilton, new york. laura and her husband have been hosting more than 200 guests at their party. you got to see the picture, guys.
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for the past 11 years, such a huge guest list. comes with a lot of food and have a little king james grilling tip. don't fill the grill. did you know this? don't do it. it may look impressive, have it loaded up but keep at least 30% free. there's your tip for today and that way you can move the food around. a forecast in case you were in wilton. look at that. staying in the 60s. looking for rain sunday. that hi, i'm abc7 news meteorologist mike nicco. more sunshine and warmer temperatures. 60s and the bay and 80s inland. my accuweather 7-day forecast, cooler and breezy in weekend but lara, what a big morning. >> thank you, ginger. now we're going to move on to big savings on your summer travel. it is not too late to get a bargain on your vacation and you may find it in an unexpected place, big box stores like costco, bjs offering great deals and becky worley has all the details.
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>> reporter: want to get away? your travel thoughts turn to a romantic getaway, but probably not here. big box stores are great for laundry detergent, paper towels, and, yes, also great for vacations? at costco? scouring the internet, costco & bjs offer travel services for paying members. >> the reason these big box stores can offer amazing travel deals is because they have so many members, companies want to sell to them. >> reporter: first costco offers hotel deals on hyatt and best western rooms only so at the hyatt in san francisco, costco was $27 cheaper per night. that's 10% less than the four travel aggregator sites we checked and 10% cheaper then -- than booking directly with the hotel. bjs is a little different. they listed the same rate as the travel site but threw in a bjs gift card. that amounted to about a 5% price reduction off the travel sites. >> if you check the fine print you might find that the packages
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sold to big box stores come with lots of free bonuses. >> reporter: bjs did come out cheapest on car rentals. 17% less than the travel aggregators while costco was 13% cheaper than the travel sites but you can also save when you build a trip with car, hotel and flights. on a trip to maui including airfare, car and a specific hotel, costco was 4% cheaper than the travel sites we checked saving a total of $282. on the same exact package, bjs was 3% cheaper than the travel sites saving us $186. again, in the form of a gift card rebate. but a few caveats. >> make sure you want to take that vacation at exactly that time. if you have to change anything, it could prove costly. >> reporter: our research was by no means comprehensive and checked a few trips in a few cities and finally it's not just big box stores offering deals. >> open your wallet and look at the other membership cards in there. you'll be astonished how many
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travel benefits are offered for free by companies or organizations you already pay to belong to. >> reporter: so while travel sites may have the most options and their own discounts, it's worth checking your big box store, as well. for "good morning america," becky worley, abc news, oakland. [ cheers and applause ] coming up, fifth harmony performing their brand-new song next. we're getting down. ♪ down down down w...that not only made a a big first impression... ...but was designed to withstand sunlight this bright... ...this bright... ...or even this bright.
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ali texted me saying she can hear these screams at our house across the way with fifth harmony. >> they just released a brand-new song overnight. it is climbing the itunes chart. in fact, it is number two right now. here's the world debut of "down" featuring gucci mane. ♪
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>> miss us? "gma," you ready? ladies. ♪ i need somebody with some patience 'cause you know i got a temperament ♪ ♪ and yeah you got a reputation nothing that a little love can't fix ♪ ♪ there ain't no kind of situation where i wouldn't cross a line for you ♪ ♪ fbi interrogation i would get up there and lie for you ♪ ♪ when push come to shove you show me love when push come to shove aye ♪ ♪ long as you're holding me down down down i'm gonna keep loving you down down down ♪ ♪ long as you're holding me down
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down down i'm gonna keep loving you down down down ♪ ♪ i'm gonna keep loving you ♪ you the type that i could bake for bake for ♪ ♪ 'cause baby you know how to take that cake and i'm the only one you wait for ♪ ♪ 'cause baby you know that i'm worth the wait ♪ ♪ when push come to shove you show me love ♪ ♪ you show me love when push come to shove aye ♪ ♪ as long as you're holding me down down down ♪ ♪ i'm gonna keep loving you down down down ♪ ♪ long as you're holding me down down down ♪ ♪ i'm gonna keep loving you down down down ♪ ♪ i'm gonna keep loving you ♪ it's just like bonnie and clyde just walked in ♪ ♪ a gangster and his bride just walked in ♪ ♪ we on the same team and we ballin' ♪ ♪ got me showing off my ring like i'm jordan and i'mma hold
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you down like you hold me ♪ ♪ and i'll never tell a soul what you told me when i was sitting in the cell is when you showed me ♪ ♪ it takes a real one to put up with the old me that's why you in the coupe with the low seat ♪ ♪ that's why we at the game on the floor seats my diamond that they seeing from the nosebleeds ♪ ♪ you make 'em mad feel like you won a trophy ♪ ♪ long as you're holding me down down down ♪ ♪ i'm gonna keep loving you down down down ♪ ♪ long as you're holding me down down down ♪ >> put your hands up put your hands up. ♪ i'm gonna keep loving you down down down love you down ♪ ♪ i'm gonna keep loving you down down down ♪ ♪ long as you're holding me down down down ♪ ♪ i'm gonna keep loving you down down down ♪ ♪ long as you're holding me down down down i'm gonna love you down ♪ ♪ i'm gonna keep loving you down down down long as you're loving
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me boy ♪ ♪ i'm gonna keep loving you ♪ i'm gonna keep loving you [ cheers and applause ] handballer 1: you know what i could go for? scrambled eggs and pancakes. crave van! jack: hey, guys. try my jumbo breakfast platter with sausage or bacon, plus 8 mini pancakes, eggs and a hash brown for just $2.99. you crave it. we serve it. crave van!
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handballer 1: you know what i scrambled eggs and pancakes. crave van! jack: hey, guys. try my jumbo breakfast platter with sausage or bacon, plus 8 mini pancakes, eggs and a hash brown for just $2.99. you crave it. we serve it. crave van! >> announcer: they're at the top of the charts. grammy and billboard winners. now next friday the chainsmokers ignite your morning. >> what's up, y'all. we're so excited for this on "gma." >> announcer: the chainsmokers live from central park next friday on -- >> both: good morning, america.
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>> announcer: presented by king's hawaiian. >> before we go we have a special surprise. normani turned 21 this week, everybody. happy birthday. we got you a special cake. >> oh. >> just for you. here we go. ♪ happy birthday to you >> happy birthday. >> their massive hit, "worth it." there you go. >> you know you got to perform right now, right? >> worth it. >> wait. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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>> go. >> "gma," y'all make some noise if you're having a really good time with us this morning. ♪ give it to me i'm worth it baby i'm worth it ♪ ♪ uh-huh i'm worth it gimme gimme i'm worth it give it to me i'm worth it ♪ ♪ baby i'm worth it uh-huh i'm worth it gimme gimme i'm worth it ♪ ♪ okay i tell her bring it back like she left some bring it bring it back like she left some ♪ ♪ in the club with the lights off what you acting shy for ♪ ♪ come and show me that you're with it with it with it with it with it ♪ ♪ stop playing now you know that i'm with it with it with it with it with it with it ♪ ♪ what you acting shy for ♪ just gimme you just gimme you just gimme you that's all i
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wanna do ♪ ♪ and if what they say is true if it's true i might give me to you ♪ ♪ i may talk a lot of stuff guaranteed i can back it up ♪ ♪ i think i'm going call your bluff hurry up i'm waiting out front ♪ ♪ uh-huh you see me in the spotlight ooh i love your style ♪ ♪ uh-huh show me what you got 'cause i don't wanna waste my time ♪ ♪ uh-huh see me in the spotlight ooh i love your style ♪ ♪ uh-huh show me what you got now come and make it worth my while ♪ ♪ give it to me i'm worth it baby i'm worth it ♪ ♪ uh-huh i'm worth it gimme gimme i'm worth it ♪ ♪ give it to me i'm worth it baby i'm worth it ♪ ♪ uh-huh i'm worth it gimme gimme i'm worth it ♪ ♪ it's all on you it's all on you it's all on you so what you wanna do ♪ ♪ and if you don't have a clue not a clue i'll tell you what to do ♪
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♪ come harder just because i don't like it like it too soft ♪ ♪ i like it a little rough not too much but maybe just enough ♪ ♪ uh-huh you see me in the spotlight ooh i love your style ♪ >> put your hands up. ♪ uh-huh show me what you got 'cause i don't wanna waste my time ♪ ♪ uh-huh see me in the spotlight ooh i love your style ♪ ♪ uh-huh show me what you got now come and make it worth my while ♪ ♪ give it to me i'm worth it baby i'm worth it ♪ ♪ uh-huh i'm worth it gimme gimme i'm worth it ♪ ♪ give it to me i'm worth it know what i mean baby i'm worth it give me everything ♪ ♪ uh-huh i'm worth it gimme gimme i'm worth it ♪ ♪ uh-huh see me in the spotlight i love your style ♪ ♪ uh-huh show me what you got
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because i don't want the waste my time ♪ ♪ uh-huh see me in the spotlight ooh i love your style ♪ ♪ uh-huh show me what you got now make it worth my while ♪ ♪ give it to me i'm worth it baby i'm worth it ♪ ♪ uh-huh i'm worth it gimme gimme i'm worth it ♪ ♪ give it to me i'm worth it baby i'm worth it ♪ ♪ to me uh-huh i'm worth it gimme gimme i'm worth it give it to me i'm worth it ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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good morning. i'm jessica castro from abc7 mornings. let's check in with meteorologist mike nicco for the forecast. >> look at santa cruz. everybody's waiting for you to enjoy the sunshine. that's going to be there today, the warmest and brightest day at the beach. exercising, be careful. slower breezes on the bay. today's the warmest of the next three. the hottest, though, monday and tuesday. sue? >> back to the east shore freeway, an earlier accident near university but still very slow and go traffic making the way to the macarthur maze. accident gone for a half hour or so. here's what you find in the bay bridge toll plaza. metering lights are off and traffic light. >> sue, thank you. we are going to be back at 11:00 with the abc7 midday news but
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>> announcer: it's "live with kelly and ryan!" today, host of "so you think you can dance," cat deeley! and chef geoffrey zakarian takes over the "live" kitchen as we continue our eat it, like it, share it; off. plus, people before the hosts leave for a trip to canada, check out the niagara falls. all next on "live"! ♪ [cheers and applause] and now, here are kelly ripa and ryan seacrest! [cheers and applause] ♪


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