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good morning, america. breaking news, states of emergency. tropical storm cindy making landfall. lashing the gulf coast with up to a foot of rain, tornadoes and life-threatening flash floods trapping trucks in water. the storm already blamed for at least one death. the system's destructive path right now. also this morning, the big reveal. senate republicans finally set to shareheir plan to replace obamacare this morning after those secret closed door talks. and president trump making news back on the campaign trail and making waves overnight veering off script venting and this comment about who he wants leading his economic team. >> i love all people, rich, or
poor, but in those particular positions i just don't want a poor person. an abc news exclusive. inside that deadlocked bill cosby jury room. one of the jurors speaking out this morning revealing how close they came to convicting him. incredible details about those tense deliberations, the moment a juror punched a wall and the two people holding out leading to a mistrial. ♪ 24 karat magic and george clooney's magic touch from oscar winner to billion-dollar businessman, the new dad of twins hitting the jackpot again selling his tequila brand, how he's celebrating the windfall. good morning, america. and the clooneys, well, i think they're going to be raising a glass or two sometime today. >> i think they can send us a glass or two. that's right, george clooney, he said he's celebrating the
selling of his tequila company for a billion dollars by having some of his own tequila. >> i'm glad something good finally happening for george clooney. >> that's true. >> as we were talking about that in the newsroom. also coming up, a lot of news to get to, we're watching tropical storm cindy making landfall just hours ago along the gulf coast. our "gma" storm drone is flying over the region right now. you're looking at waveland, mississippi, this morning. >> an area i know, oh, too well. our team is spread out across the coast monitoring the storm. from the ground and air. ginger tracking the system for us and will have the latest in a moment, but first let's go to abc's eva pilgrim. she's on the scene there in waveland. good morning, eva. >> reporter: good morning, one of the major concerns with this storm was the flooding in this area. you can see from our drone there is still water covering the streets here. basically a river running where a road should be. the water surrounding the houses. we talked to some of the
some were using atvs and bicycles to get down this street when it was too deep for the cars. tropical storm cindy slamming into the gulf coast overnight. wind reaching 50 miles per hour making landfall near the texas/louisiana border and bringing a massive amount of storm surge. waterspouts forming and coming ashore off mississippi's coast as waves crash in the gulf. the big fear this morning, flooding. the governors of louisiana and alabama declaring a state of emergency, the areas now under tornado threats. high surf, drenching rains hammering the coastal region, cars trying to navigate the flooded streets despite the dangers. some drivers having to abandon their cars. >> no one should be under the belief that this is only going to affect coastal louisiana. >> reporter: in alabama, a 10-year-old boy tragically killed after storm surge tossed this 200-pound log ashore hitting the child in the head. and in galveston, texas, beach patrol having to rescue several tourists after their vehicle was stuck on the beach.
we've been watching this area rise and fall as the tide comes in and out. high tide is at 10:30, so this river could rise. david. >> all right. we're thinking about all those families along the gulf this morning. >> that was an area hit so hard by katrina. and phillip mena is right in the storm zone in lake charles, louisiana, for us this morning where they're already seeing flooding. good morning, phillip. >> reporter: david, good morning, cindy made landfall just south of us but here in lake charles, we are in the middle of that circulation and that storm is all around us. as the wind is starting to pick up again. the water is already flooding this boat dock. so flooding, and even possible tornadoes, a major concern today. some schools and some businesses are closed today because of it and the governor here in louisiana already declaring a
state of emergency, david. >> all right, phillip. thanks to you, as well. all right, let's go over to ginger for the latest on cindy's track as that life-threatening flash flooding moves inland. what do you have for us, ginger? >> michael, that is exactly the threat so inland meaning all the way to the midsouth which we'll get to. we can see the center of cindy very clearly along the louisiana/texas state line. now the eastern bands will still drop flash flood potential but tornado watches in eastern louisiana, southern mississippi, alabama, even the far western part of the florida panhandle. here's the track, it should die out relatively quickly but that doesn't mean it doesn't have a lot of moisture with it. it squeezes against a cold front. and that's why western tennessee, southeastern arkansas, all the way through western pennsylvania, will see the remnants plus the cold front creating a potential for flash flooding. see those yellows and greens, up to 6 plus inches. robin, we'll track this and the extreme heat in just moments. >> all right, ginger, thank you. we're also following a lot of major headlines out of washington. senate republicans are just hours away from revealing a
draft of their health care bill. after facing scrutiny for drafting it behind closed doors. and it looks like we may finally learn whether or not there are tapes of president trump's conversations with fired fbi director james comey. the white house says there will be an update this week. the president also making headlines overnight at his rally in iowa talking about the border wall with mexico, immigration and health care. for more on the republicans' plan to repeal and replace the affordable care act, let's go to our congressional correspondent mary bruce on capitol hill. good morning, mary. >> reporter: good morning. this game of health care hide-and-seek coming to an end this morning. senate republicans are finally going to be unveiling their plan to repeal and replace obamacare but after weeks of these closed door negotiations it's already being met with some frustration. overnight the president set expectations. >> i hope we'll surprise you with a really good plan. i've been talking about a plan with heart. i said add some money to it. >> reporter: after weeks of secrecy and protest -- >> do any of you guys have a
copy of the bill? [ chanting "no" ] >> i haven't seen it. >> reporter: senate republicans this morning will finally debut their plan to overhaul obamacare. already, there's frustration on both sides of the aisle. >> i haven't seen it. how can i be behind it if i haven't seen it. >> in my entire career in politics, i've never heard of a more radical or a more reckless process. >> reporter: for weeks the bill has been negotiated behind closed doors. even some republicans who are helping write the bill don't know what's in it. >> i haven't seen it yet either. even though i've been a member of this working group among senate republicans. >> reporter: last month the president celebrated when house republicans passed their version. >> that's the group. >> reporter: but later he privately told them the bill was, quote, mean. the senate version is expected to establish a system of tax credits to help americans buy insurance. and gradually roll back the
expansion of medicaid but "the washington post" reports it would enact deeper long-term cuts to the program for low-income americans. reportedly outf e bill, language restricting federally subsidized health plans from covering abortions. another point of contention, the timing. republican leaders are hoping for a vote next week. but with health care for millions of americans on the line, some republican members are asking, what's the hurry? is a week going to be enough time to digest this bill? make an informed decision? >> i don't believe so, no. the public needs time to digest it, i need time to digest it. we need to gather genuine input from our constituencies. it will take longer than a week. >> we shouldn't rush it. and to save some arbitrary deadline. >> reporter: before they can vote, the bill has to be analyzed by the congressional budget office. that's how we'll learn how many americans could stand to lose their coverage and how this bill might impact your premiums. now, republican leaders are hoping that score could come as soon as tomorrow. but, david, of course, any bill that passes here in the senate
then has to go back over to the house to be approved all over again. this health care fight, guys, is far from over. >> not going away any time soon, mary, our thanks to you. the president meanwhile, as you saw in mary's reporting, in iowa overnight, his first trip back there since taking office and spoke for more than an hour at times veering off script. at times a venting session. i want to bring in jonathan karl this morning. jon, in many ways president trump sounded like candidate trump all over but it was what he said about who he wants to lead his economic team and poor people that's making news this morning. >> these are people that are grt, brilliant business minds and that's what we need. that's what we have to have so the world doesn't take advantage of us. we can't have the world taking advantage of us anymore. and i love all people, rich or poor, but in those particular positions i just don't want a poor person. does that make sense? >> jon, this is a president who
campaigned on the forgotten man. what was this all about? was he planning to say that? >> reporter: well, it doesn't appear to be part of the prepared text but this isn't all that different from what he said during the campaign. if you remember, he promised to put what he called wall street killers in his cabinet. he talked about the fact that they made themselves rich, he would put them to work making the country rich and if you look at his cabinet he's followed through on that. this is perhaps the wealthiest cabinet we've ever seen. certainly his economic team. >> jon, as you point out in the campaign as well, he talked about the wall, hillary clinton, crowds chanting "lock her up" but only this about the russian investigation consuming much of washington. listen to this. >> i mean, they have phony witch hunts going against me, they have everything going -- and you know what, all we do is win, win, win. we won last night. they can't believe it. they're saying, what is going on? what is going on? >> reporter: the win last night he was talking about that
georgia special election, he's callg it a witch-hunt, jon. it's clear he's much happier being out of washington. >> reporter: the first time since april we had seen him in one of these campaign-style rallies clearly enjoying it and spoke for more than an hour and that witch hunt label is now his branding of this investigation. he calls it that over and over again in his tweets, in his speeches. it is a witch-hunt. of course, david, the interesting thing about that so-called witch-hunt is in the house and senate it is being led by republicans and, of course, the special counsel robert mueller is also a lifelong republican. >> and that's not going away any time soon either. jon karl, our thanks to you. i want to bring in matt dowd. the president saying all we do is win, win, win, really in one respect he's right, the special election in georgia, the most expensive congressional race ever, the republican winning, the president now 4-0. if democrats were hoping to capitalize they haven't yet. >> well, david, as we saw after
the november election i don't think either side is learning the right lessons from these election losses or election wins. first, democrats are in a position now where they keep claiming that they're playing well and getting a lot of hits on this but they have to start scoring some runs to prove they can win these elections. and i think they need to do two things, they need to figure out the right messenger to deliver the message nationally and at the candidate level but they have to have a message that's not personalized towards donald trump. they have to have a message that says, why is what donald trump doing bad for americans especially economically. the second thing, david, is i think republicans better figure out to do some course correction. keep in mind in 2009, when barack obama won the election, they had five special elections. the democrats won all five of them and went on to lose the house in 2010. >> all right, we'll see if history is read. one quick question, matt, on health care today. millions of americans finally learn what's in the republican senators' plan, why the secrecy? >> well, you obviously have secrecy because they think they're doing something the american public doesn't want.
as if you walk in your living room and kids are trying to hide something under the cushion. you know they did something wrong and i think that's a real problem. >> all right, matt dowd with us this morning. thanks so much for your insight. matt always says it like it is. >> he certainly does. now, to those new details about that attacker who stabbed a police officer in michigan wednesday. the fbi is now investigating it as a possible act of terrorism. and that suspect is in custody. abc's alex perez is on the scene for us there in flint with new reporting. good morning, alex. >> reporter: hey, good morning, robin. authorities say the suspect cased the terminal here for about 45 minutes coming up this escalator and then stopping at a restaurant and then at a bathroom before attacking the officer who was standing right here. this morning, federal authorities digging into amor ftouhi's past as they search for answers after that attack on lieutenant jeff neville at the bishop international airport in flint, michigan. the fbi saying they are investigating it as a possible act of terrorism. >> when the subject went up to
the officer and stabbed him, he continued to exclaim allah and he made a statement something to the effect of, you have killed people in syria, iraq and afghanistan and we are all going to die. wednesday, the calls to 911 start streaming in. >> we have an officer down there, report of a stabbing. >> reporter: authorities say the suspect exited an airport bathroom with a 12-inch amazon jungle survivor knife similar to this one and allegedly ambushed lieutenant neville from behind stabbing him in the neck and back. >> there was a whole bunch of blood everywhere. blood was everywhere and it was crazy. >> reporter: some nearby as the horrifying attack unfolded jumping in to help the officer. >> i helped knocked him down and i put my foot in his ankle and the other one hold it down. >> reporter: passengers and airport employees evacuated. bomb-sniffing dogs scouring the airport which was completely shut down for some seven hours.
the suspect is canadian and due in court on wednesday. if convicted, he faces up to 20 years behind bars. david. >> alex, thank you. you mentioned he's canadian. authorities searching what is believed to be his home in montreal as suspicions grow about these kind of attacks. i want to bring in our senior justice correspondent pierre thomas. pierre, what are you learning about this heightened concern at home and what can law enforcement do to stop it? >> reporter: good morning. in recent months authorities have been sending out alerts to local law enforcement warning isis is pushing these attacks which a source told me are incredibly difficult to detect beforehand. in part because they're so simple. the source reminded me how someone can get a knife or a vehicle without drawing any suspicions. you just need deadly intentions. in recent months isis has stepped up efforts encouraging people following them on social media to attack by any means necessary. while we don't know yet if this
suspect in flint was inspired by isis, there is growing concern these low-tech attacks we're seeing happen over and over again are a result of the social media. there's a sense these low-tech assaults are now happening almost routinely, david. >> pierre, thanks so much. we want tourn to amy with the other news this morning starting with a nationwide manhunt. >> this is a very disturbing story. authorities are searching for the owner of an idaho farmhouse after the bodies of three women were found in his shed. each had been shot in the head. a motive remains a mystery but police say gerald bullinger should be considered armed and dangerous. he recently moved from utah with his wife who is also now missing. it's unclear if she is among those victims. new video this morning of an american professor held hostage by the taliban. kevin king was kidnapped last summer. this is the first video of him since january. king is heard there pleading for president trump to negotiate his release. we are getting our first look at the moment a national guard pilot ejected from his f-16 fighter jet in houston. you can see there, the
parachute, the jet caught fire with missiles on board and an investigation is under way to determine what caused a series of explosions that happened during takeoff. and then, a shocking case of road rage in california. a motorcycle driver kicks a car the driver then cuts off the bike. it loses control hitting the wall and crashing into a truck causing it to flip over. whoo and, you know what, with all that video, no serious injuries reported. incredible. >> and finally, what are your plans for summer vacation? a new poll finds the number one thing americans want to do on their vacations this year is nothing. nothing. that's what robin said, nothing. just chillax. but we live in the real world. just 22% say they'll be able to completely disconnect from their phones or e-mail. i mean, i don't know if you can completely disconnect from phones and e-mail, can y? >>h, yes, yes. >> really? >> that's what i love about robin. >> no issue with that. >> can you? >> no, i definitely -- i spend
like one time during the day where i'll check everything but i can't not check. >> here you go. >> you know what i got to say, there's nothing wrong with that. nothing. >> nothing. >> oh, boy. >> zero, nothing. but there's good news, an update on congressman scalise who was injured in that baseball shooting last week and the update is a good one. his condition has been upgraded to fair and also taking a look at this from the capitol police officer crystal griner hurt protecting lives in that shooting. she got a chance to throw out the first pitch at the congressional women's softball game. there she is right there and our own mary bruce played and mary bruce scored the first run. >> yes, she did. >> there you go, mary, raising money for a breast cancer charity and the journalists beat the congresswomen, 2-1. >> we need mary on our "gma" softball team. that is wonderful. let's go back to ginger, wildfires and record heat in the west. >> hundreds of homes evacuated in arizona and that fire south of tucson, this thing has
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recess. and who's ready for more hoops? the nba draft kicks off right here in new york city. the sixers will pick first and then the l.a. lakers set to pick ucla lonzo ball, no controversy there, after that it's anyone's guess. >> is that going to happen? are they surely going to pick this guy? >> we don't know. watch the draft live 7:30 eastern on espn. we'll see. >> we'll see. also this half hour, we'll turn to those exclusive details about bill cosby's sex assault mistrial. a juror speaking only to abc taking us inside those 52 hours of deliberations. this is a stunning account and revealing why the 12 jurors were ultimately unable to come to an agreement. abc's linsey davis has the story. >> reporter: from crying outbursts to intense arguments, to a possible hand injury after one juror punched a wall, the 52 hours of deliberations inside a tiny room not large enough to even pace took a toll on the jurors in bill cosby's sexual assault trial, according to a
juror in an exclusive interview with abc news who describes the experience as grueling and emotional. the juror who agreed to speak to us on the condition of anonymity said two jurors prevented a guilty verdict. 10 of the 12 jurors agreed cosby was guilty of two ofhe three counts against him having a sexual encounter with accuser andrea constand without her consent and giving constand drugs without her knowledge to prevent her from resisting but the juror also told us they were near acquittal on one account that constand was unconscious during the event. the vote 11-1. when they first entered the room and took a nonbinding preliminary poll the jurors overwhelmingly said they thought cosby was not guilty on all three counts. of aggravated indecent assault. the juror says the holdouts against finding the 79-year-old entertainer were not moving no matter what. constand says cosby drugged and sexually assaulted her. at his home in 2004. he says the encounter was consensual although one other accuser was allowed to testify at trial, more than 50 other
women have come forward with similar accusations. cosby has also denied those allegations. abc news reached out to several other jurors who declined to comment. but the juror we spoke to tells us despite the fiery exchanges and intense pressure the group of seven men and five women are now friendly and keeping in touch by phone and text. linsey davis, abc news, new york. >> this is really fascinating. let's bring in dan abrams. dan, always great to have you. but this notion that the jurors would enter that room a nonbinding vote all of them saying not guilty and then over the course of six days, 10 out of the 12 would decide guilty on two counts. >> it's typical for jurors to take a straw vote when they come in and say where does everyone stand and everyone sort of raises their hands. that's part of the deliberation that's not a binding verdict, that's not a ruling and that doesn't happen until the verdict form goes in.
what's astonishing here is that you had all of them saying not guilty and then as the deliberation process went on 10 -- this is out of a movie. this is like "12 angry men" the other way. i've never heard of something like this where 10 of the 12 jurors apparently changed their minds to the point from where they were ready to acquit, prepared to convict by the end. >> linsey was reporting there, it was a tiny room, not even room to pace, this juror apparently said. but fists into walls. this could come up again. >> look, i think that you can they were ready to acquit. if the room hadn't been so terrible and the situation hadn't been so bad, bill cosby would have been acquitted and, therefore, there should be no retrial. they're not going to win on that motion. they'll likely make it but that's not the sort of motion you win on. to win on something like that you have to really show juror misconduct. and even when you show juror
misconduct typically what you get is a new trial and he is getting a new trial anyway so really interesting, though, this reporting on this. >> a peek inside that jury room. dan abrams, always great to have you here, thanks, dan. michael, over to you. thank you. to a new twist in that treasure hunt captivating thousands but putting people at risk as they explore the rocky mountains looking for that treasure. police are now demanding the author who started it end it, speaking exclusively to abc's clayton sandell. >> reporter: people are literally dying to find forrest fenn's hidden treasure and this morning new mexico's top cop wants that to end. the treasure or call off the e hunt after he retrieves the treasure. >> reporter: the new mexico art dealer claims he's hidden a chest full of jewels, golden nuggets and rare coins worth millions in the rocky mountains. all the clues in his 2010 poem. >> begin it where warm waters halt and take it in the canyon down. not far, but too far to walk. put in below the home of brown.
>> reporter: but now a second has died trying to find it. paris wallace was a colorado pastor. he had searched before with his wife mitzi but last week went alone. >> it was a great way for us to get out in nature, to have some quality time together. it was an escape for us. >> reporter: fenn says one of the points of his treasure hunt is to get people exploring the great outdoors but he insists the chest is not hidden anywhere dangerous and if people are putting their lives at risk trying to find it, they're looking in the wrong place. tens of thousands have joined the quest. fenn says i have given a lot of thought about ending the search but i am not sure what that would accomplish. >> i get it. i don't have the authority to make you do it. >> reporter: but we were there when new mexico state police chief called fenn asking for help and got it. >> you had talked about giving more clues, providing more clues to help people better find your treasure and, again, i call for you to pull it. >> i'm not going to give a clue to help people find the treasure. i'm going to give a clue to try to keep them out of trouble. to make them safer.
>> reporter: for authorities the only reward that matters is keeping every treasure hunter safe. for "good morning america," clayton sandell, abc news, denver. well, coming up here in two minutes, that medical mystery. the hockey superstar who may be forced to retire because of a skin disorder. is it being caused by his equipment? dr. ashton will weigh in next. in next. ext. i know if the pain comes, 'm not gonna get my job done. pain's kind of self-defining. when it hurts, it hurts. when i can't do something, it makes me feel isolated. with aleve, you can stay strong longer because only aleve has the strength to stop tough pain for up to 12 hours with just one pill. tylenol can't do that. i get to be present and enjoy what i love. this is my pain. but i am stronger. aleve. all day strong. all day long.
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we're back now with that bizarre medical mystery. nhl star marian hossa abruptly announcing he will not play next season because of a progressive skin disorder. jesse palmer has more details for us. good morning, jesse. >> good morning, robin. >> that's right, the three-time stanley cup winner says he's been fighting severe side effects from a medication he's taking and some are reporting he may be allergic to something in his uniform. a devastating crosscheck to the chicago blackhawks hockey team.
>> coming in, hossa scores! >> reporter: this morning, star player marian hossa who has led his team to three stanley cups revealing he will have to sit out the 2017/2018 season because of a debilitating progressive skin disorder saying in a statement, due to the severe side effects associated with those medications, playing hockey is not possible for me. while i'm disappointed, i have to consider the verity of my condition. >> here is hossa. he's got it. >> reporter: the 38-year-old who scored more than 500 goals in his 19 seasons in the nhl not commenting further on the type of skin condition. but some reports this morning suggesting he may be suffering from an allergic reaction to his hockey gear. >> marian hossa may have to retire because of an allergy that he has to his uniform. >> reporter: tom reid, a former nhl player also forced to retire in 1978 after he experienced skin problems. >> i don't know if it's the same thing that marian has or not but it enveloped my body from my waist to the upper part of my chest.
the perspiration, the body heat, the friction, the equipment, it was a perfect storm. >> reporter: hossa has four years remaining on his 12-year, $63 million deal. and the chicago blackhawks' general manager says his health situation is, quote, extremely difficult, but he can't say enough about the player's contribution to the team over the years. robin. >> all right. we're joined by abc news senior medical contributodr. jennifer ashton. so we don't know the particulars but what comes to mind? >> well, this is a perfect example. lest you think dermatology is just acne and wrinkles. this is an example of how serious skin disorders can be. it's the largest organ in the body, possibilities include an allergy, a skin manifestation of a systemic disorder, and with athletes it's definitely easy to see how ey're in touch with contact issues with their equipment every single day. so it's not just the uniform, but it's the pads, the sporting equipment, that's all sanitized. they could be allergic to one of those chemicals. there's bacteria.
fungi. there's a long list and athletes often, you know, get exposed to these things. >> in terms of treatment, what could be the possible options? >> a lot of options here. there are topical treatments. there are systemic treatment, pill, antibiotics, anti-fungals, steroids, immune modulators. anti-itch medicine. if you get in that cycle of inflammation, irritation, infection with little nicks in the skin that is a difficult cycle to break and some of those medications then can have side effects. >> talk about the psychological, the mental component to all this. >> so important here for any athlete, any patient that mind/body connection when dealing with a chronic condition. you have to take into account the psychological, emotional and mental manifestations. this is a marathon, not a sprint, but when it affects your ability to practice what you love and do your job, big deal. >> we wish him all the best.
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we're back now with our big board and i got to say that is one -- >> well, thank you. >> that's one great dress. i'm happy to see you in that dress. you look real good. but someone else happy for a big payday. george clooney and his partners and they have a lot to celebrate this morning. >> you better believe they got a lot to celebrate. not only did he and his adorable wife, beautiful wife become -- welcome twins, the oscar-winning actor selling his tequila company, we're talking a cool billion dollars. rebecca jarvis, what is going on here? >> my goodness, you guys. good morning to you. well, it is good to be george clooney in case you had any doubt about that. it's also good to be rande gerber and mike meldman.
it was just a few years ago that these friends set out to create a tequila they could really enjoy. well, today they have a billion-dollar brand. from babies to billionaire businessman. just when you thought he couldn't top his most recent announcement, the birth of his newborn twins, george clooney is back in the headlines again. this time striking a massive deal wednesday to sell his tequila brand to british beverage company diageo for a whopping $1 billion. >> grab a glass, amigo. >> reporter: clooney, along with rande gerber who is married to cindy crawford, and developer mike meldman created casamigos tequila in 2013, and according to gerber, they were an accidental success. a ssion project for the longtime friends that blossomed into a booming business, projected to sell more than 2 million bottles this year. the new dad even joking on "entertainment tonight" that it almost inspired the names for his twins.
>> my wife can't want to name them casa and amigos. that's the one thing i'm not allowed to do. >> but you wanted to? >> it was just a thought, yeah. >> reporter: clooney's not the first to make a mint off screen joining her celebs like the olsen twin, jessica alba and jessica simpson who all built billion-dollar brands and one thing is clear, clooney has a great deal to toast to, telling abc news, if you asked us four years ago if we had a billion dollar company, i don't think we would have said yes. we'll still be very much a part of casamigos, starting with a shot tonight. maybe two. cheers to that, well, the sales sparking some hilarious reactions on social like this tweet from albert brooks, george clooney sold his tequila company today for a billion dollars. it's great when someone like that can catch a break. and then there's this one, george clooney just sold his tequila business for $1 billion. whew, i was worried he wouldn't be able to properly support his new twins. some very funny reaction out
there on social but i'm not being funny about this, michael and robin. i got an idea for a drink. if you want to get in on the action a few years from now -- >> oh. >> maybe we can create a billion-dollar brand ourselves. >> well, you know what. if so, we can probably need some help from our guy joining us now. george clooney's business partner and longtime friend rande gerber who is in mexico this morning and, rande, good morning to you. i have one question for you. how did you guys react when you finally worked out this deal? shots? >> well, i guess -- kind of shocked because -- as you know we never planned on starting a tequila company. we made casamigos just for us to drink. once we did launch the company we thought, hey, if we could ll aottle or too, great. if not we can drink our own tequila. so four years later, when we're offered a billion dollars to
sell the company, yeah, we were kind of shocked. i think the most important thing for us, though, was we really love what we do and we love what we made and want to keep drinking it and keep the team together so, fortunately, we get to keep our team together and we will continue to run the company and stay involved and, you know, for us it's a lifestyle so, yeah, but it was pretty shocking is what we created in four years. >> it's wonderful, rande, how it all began with such innocence and you just wanted a good tequila and made a great one for yourselves and people appreciate just the authenticity of this, all that. so you say you'll stay involved. so how will you and george still be a part of the company? >> well, i'll remain running the company. george will keep his role and working on the marketing with me and everything. the great thing is we do
everything in-house so, even though we were bought by diageo, the biggest importer in the world, we'll remain a stand-alone company so we'll operate it as we have since day one. >> just don't change the formula. don't change the formula at all. just so long as you don't change how it tastes at all. don't change anything about that. >> definitely not. everything stays the same. >> well, we want to say thank you for joining us, rande, and congratulations on this deal. now, robin and i are going to work on our deal right now for our spirits company but we appreciate you, my friend. congratulations. we will talk to you soon. >> shot, shot, shot. >> shot, shot, shot. >> if you need help, i'm here for you guys. >> oh, thank you. ohyou heard it. you hearit, america. coming up, prince harry gets candid. his stunning comments about the throne, his mother, princess diana, and meghan markle. come on back. i was a doer. i was active. then the chronic, widespread pain drained my energy. my doctor said moving more
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. breaking news, tropical storm cindy makes landfall slamming into the gulf coast with up to a foot of rain. tornadoes and life-threatening flash floods. states of emergency declared and urgent warnings. the storm already blamed for at least one death. we're tracking it all for you this morning. also, the medical alert for new moms this morning. the new study that says breast-feeding may not only be good for the baby but for the mother's health as well, how it could potentially lower your risk of heart disease. and prince harry gets candid. his stunning revelations about
life as a royal, saying no one really wants to wear the crown. plus, he's opening up about his mother, what he's saying about princess diana's funeral 20 years ago. and tory johnson is here with "deals & steals." $20 and under. and she's saying -- >> good morning, america. we certainly do say good morning, america. you know it's going to be a great audience when you arrive early in the morning and the crowd was already outside and they were so happy. >> oh, yeah. oh, yeah. >> and it's translating here. >> yeah. [ applause ] i'm telling you. >> they were here -- i was like, am i late? they were all here. anyways we sat do you know for breakfast and big question about yogurt and whether or not the whole fat yogurt is better than some of the other yogurts and how it might be better for your health so we'll dive into that this morning. of course, it is thursday
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she's got more details for us, good morning, diane. >> good morning to you all. this is the side of the royals we've never seen before. prince harry not only says no one wants to be king or queen, but he's also speaking out about his mother's funeral and unveiling new plans to change the monarchy. this morning, prince harry gets candid telling "newsweek" his family doesn't relish being royal. "we're involved in modernizing the british monarchy. we're not doing this for ourselves but for the greater good of the people. is there any one of the royal family who wants to be king or queen? i don't think so but we will carry out our duties at the right time." the 32-year-old admits he tries to keep a balance between royalty and reality, and thanks his mother, princess diana for showing him how. even if i was king i would do my own shopping. >> he said several times to me he wanted to be something other than prince harry. >> reporter: "newsweek" spent nearly a year with him and said the spotlight impacted his relationship with girlfriend
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you can still see spin-offs on some of those outer bands as far as tornadoes go, but, remember, we're still concerned about rain and how it's going to squeeze against that front. i think even parts of arkansas, the midsouth, kentucky or hi. i'm abc7 news meteorologist mike nicco. hot, hot, hot today. another spare the air day, unhealthy possible this afternoon. the heat starts easing tomorrow and we'll be back to almost average by sunday. for today, upper 60s to low 70s at the coast to even low 80s around san francisco. look at upper 80s to mid-90s throughout the bay and upper 90 to low 100s to even the mid-100s inland miles per hour my it is time now for one of our favorite "deals & steals" where everything is $20 or less and tory johnson is here and the deals start at just $4. >> are you ready?
>> i'm ready. let's go. >> so first up from "shark tank," aquavault. daymond john invested in this company. this is one of their brand-new products. when you are near water, sand, dirt, elms, anything and your phone can't get ruined, you want an aquavault so you can put it right in there. waterproof. up to 15 feet and then what you can see is the phone totally works, right through this device. >> ah. >> if you are going on a boat, if you are going to a pool, anything around water, sand, dirt, you want one of these aquavaults, normally $20. slashed in half, $10 for an aquavault. next up, aquis. open that one up. take a look at how big that is and when you're going on an adventure, no space for bulky towels.
this is the largest size, this is the towel that will dry faster, it is lightweight. it is easy to pack. it's super small, and because it will dry quickly you can pop it back in your bag whether surfing, skiing, boating, beach, pool, yoga, exercise. you got it, three different sizes. >> please tell me i don't have to fold it back up like it was before. >> you do not. we have people to help with that. normally depending on the three sizes you choose 15 to 30, all of these slashed in half, 7.50 to $15. okay, so these are all from hampton forge knives. so, whether you are moving into a dorm, suite, starting your first apartment, or just need to add to your own existing collection, a ssive assortment, steak knives, kitchen knives, flatware. >> everything you need. >> something for every specific need. this is a great time to stock up because phenomenal prices, normally these range from 30 to $75. everything is slashed by 50% to 73% so all of them are 15 to 20
bucks >> 15 to 20 bucks. >> okay, so i'm really into this. so this is boojee beads. million of workers wear an i.d. to work and instead of having to have an ugly lanyard, you can have a fancy one. ribbon, beaded. here's a retractible if you have to -- if you've got to scan -- there you go. he looks like you, coincidence. everyone from our graphics team. this one is super cool, this was started by a pediatric nurse. she had to wear her i.d. her daughter said, momma, you should have a fancier one and made it beaded. all of her colleagues at cincinnati's children hospital loved them so she started a company to do this and so these are great. there's also -- we have eyeglass holders, as well. big, big assortment. kind of something for every day of the week, any kind of style that you want. these range from $8 to $20. affordable to begin with. we slashed them in half $4 to 10 bucks.
macrame bracelets, this is fun bling for summer. these are fun year round. pave crystals. adjustable either one to two stones plus online you'll find a big assortment of more jewelry. beautiful summer scarves. normally 56 to $61. these are all slashed by 67%. 18 to 20 bucks for all of them. okay, so i'm kind of in love with this. we've got two, come on in here, lucy and ariel will help us from lulu dharma. these are not your granny's fanny packs but super fabulous hip packs. lucy told me she is actually going to europe in two weeks and was looking for something like this. so we've got her hooked up. ariel is a runner. when she's not running -- i love that style of wearing it cross body extra. there you go. look here, you step in. we have a third model here to tell you this. >> clip it in the back. >> there is an available extender and have rfid lining so these will protect -- you're actually going away too.
>> i like that look. >> five different colors, these are available online. normally $42. these are slashed by 52%. 20 bucks and really the rfid lining is a terrific addition because it will protect your credit card data from fraud. >> oh, really. got the lining. okay, it's cool when you turn it to the side. it's a new style, everyone. tory, thank you so much. i don't know how you do it but you continue to do it and want to thank our partners on these deals. get all the details on our website and coming up "transformers" star josh duhamel is here live.
east bay, let's get up and get going! >> this is "abc7 mornings." good morning. derek carr is extended to a five-year extension, making him the highest payer in the league. he tweeted about the show this morning, saying "now it's done! from the jump i've wanted to be a raider for life. one step closer to that. let's just play now." okay. i have a couple issues to get to. westbound highway 4, good news and bad news. first, the second crash backup is blocking the hov lane near
excessive heat warnings today. here's my cooler, accuweather seven-day forecast. jessica? >> all right, mike, thank you. we will have another abc7 news update in 30 ♪pdate in 30 welcome back to "gma." it is great to have you here and it's great to have our audience here. yes, thank you, guys. and we are excited for our next guest. he stars in one of the biggest blockbuster franchises in the world, "transformers," yes, and he's now back in "transformers: the last knight." please give it up for josh duhamel. [ applause ] >> how are you? >> long time no see. good to see you. >> hi, david. how are you? nice to see you. >> robin. how are you? >> good, good.
>> good to see you, man, always, always. >> looking good. >> yeah. >> really? >> yes. >> a little sleep-deprived. >> big surprise. >> welcome -- >> i had that added. yeah, i had that -- >> looks good. >> thank you, robin. >> welcome. welcome. we're very excited to talk to you about the new "transformers" movie but first want to include you. we always like to talk about what's happening in the world. we found this new article we thought was interesting, trending out there, and we know you've been married to fergie formerly of the black eyed peas for eight years. >> still of the black eyed peas. >> i thought she was onward and upward. >> maybe not. >> i believe we -- >> we trust you to know. >> you know more than i do. >> we'll let you know. >> i'm kept in the dark. >> i'm pretty sure but this article says that relationship experts don't want women to call it pickup lines but a pickup dialogue and the reason is that these experts say that the best
line for a woman to do to a man is simply nice to see you d that doesn't -- that doesn't necessarily -- >> the guy says, do i know you? and you say, now i do. >> no, but i want you to. >> david. whoo. >> you get how that works. you say nice to see you. they're like, wait a minute, do i know you? >> who it happened to already. >> that's what they say. if y say it's nice to meou and you met them before. it's not good. you don't member us meeting at the thing last week, oh, no. so nice to see you. i knew you were going to ask me that. what was my pickup for ferg? it wasn't good, man. i just -- i remember she knew that i already had a little bit of a crush on her and i just -- you know, it was one of those moments where we're standing across the back lot. she came to do a guest spot on our show "las vegas" and i see her and she sees me and i start walking towards her, i was like, oh, god, here it comes. okay, you're hot.
>> oh. >> that's what i came up with. >> i guess the follow-up. what was her response? >> she goes, i know, i read it in a magazine. because i had mentioned her in i think it was "instyle" that was on the shelves at the time and so she knew that -- >> you were putting it out there. >> i think she was testing me to see what i was actually going to do. at least i was honest. >> you know how many people try to get on a magazine cover so they can profess their love for somebody. >> i never said i was on the cover. i was back towards the end of the magazine somewhere. >> but i tell you what, man, we're so happy to have you here and as lara said, you've been married for eight years and you have a little baby. one of the cutest -- >> we do. >> cutest little baby and have you a video of him on instagram that i absolutely love. we'll take a look at it right now. >> i miss you. it's really me. told you.
[ applause ] >> well, you know, they put that filter because he's 3 1/2 years old. he doesn't sound anything like that but it gave me an insight into what he might sound like when he was 10 or 11. that's what tripped me out the most. hi, daddy, i miss you but it was them doing the optimus prime sort of filter on his voice so that was kind of strange. >> you say he's 3 1/2 but he knows what you do, huh? >> well, i don't think he -- i think he actually thinks i fight decepticons for a living. really, i mean, he thinks that's what i do. i'll let him believe that. >> is he talking a lot? >> yeah, he talks really well for his age. >> so cute. >> i heard he took note of one of the cars in the garage. >> okay, so we have this -- like i said we met -- >> they're active here. >> you had them at you're hot. >> you are hot.
>> hey. [ applause ] yep. >> works every time. >> so i was -- one of the nicest gifts that was given me my manager gave me the car that i drove on "vegas" for five years. it was a yellow camaro, that car right there. he gave me that as a wrap gift because i still can't even believe it. it's the most generous thing anybody's ever done and sits in nye garage and axl thinks it's a transforr. he thinks it's going to transform into bumblebee. i let him keep believing that too. >> "transformers: the last knight." here's a clip. >> shoot. >> don't do it, bee. hold your fire. >> hold it. >> the military doesn't want it this way, bee. you got to believe it. it's a new world order. and those guys are calling the shots. >> allhewant is a home. you push them and they push right back. [ applause ]
>> i just saw the movie for the first time in london three nights ago, i think it was -- i can't remember what day it is. and it is massive, man. it is a spectacle. and i was -- i was -- you know, i was a little worried because while we were shooting it we didn't know, where are we? what are we shooting? i don't know, man, it's day 84. if you don't know now you'll never know because it's a confusing movie to shoot because there are so many pieces and we were 15,000 feet above sea level. we were 2,000 below the sea and there were times that i didn't know where i was. and it all comes together obviously in the movie but it's really easily the biggest one that we've done, it's pretty amazing. >> it's hard to believe the first one was about ten years ago. >> ten years. >> it was almost 20 years ago, not many people know this about you, josh. almost 20 years ago your first job on screen. you want to tell people what it
was. a little video. >> i don't know what you mean. >> the music video. >> oh, god. this could be bad. >> yeah, this could be bad. ♪ >> oh, this is christina aguilera. >> that was my moment right there. >> that's a breakout. ♪ if you wanna be with -- >> "genie in a bottle." >> there you are. >> good song. right there. >> that was it. >> that was it. >> that was it and it's literally like one second of screen time. spent all night shooting that and that was my one shot. the guy that actually got -- i remember i met christina for the lead of that. she was in theooand, you know, i'm a nervous kid just getting in the business and she looks me up and down and, you know, i go on and then the other guy gets the job, this other -- i forget his name and i found out later that guy was sort of dating my girlfriend shortly after that. not only did i not get the job, but he was also -- he took my girlfriend.
>> ouch. >> where is he now? >> where is he now? >> that's right. >> we know where you are. take that. >> will you share with us? we love fergie's music so much. what is your favorite fergie song? >> let's see. i would -- she's got some stuff coming out. i can't speak too much because i've been in a lot of trouble when i speak on it but there's a song -- there's a couple songs but one in particular that is amazing that's coming out. and i'm not even going to tell you the name of it. >> oh, man. if has to do -- >> your secret favorite. >> it's my secret favorite. beyond that i guess there's -- there was a song called "mary jane's shoes" that i really love. >> i know it. >> we love you. we're glad you're here. >> i love you, too, lara. >> great to see you. >> so cool. >> love the movie too. "transformers: the last knight." it's in theaters. >> whoo! [ applause ]
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>> you decide what you feed your family. >> reporter: a top choice for breakfast. >> it's my go-to protein snack. >> reporter: and a favorite snack for adults and kids. >> silly rabbit, trix is for kids. >> reporter: yogurt is more popular than ever. sales topping more than 2 million tons last year. low fat and free have been favorites, but whole fat is making a comeback. more than 100 full fat yogurt products hitting store shelves in recent years. >> studies are showing it might be more beneficial for a number of reasons in comparison to low fatd yogurt. >> reporter: why? the key, some say, is whole fat. consuming it in dairy linked to a healthier weight in some studies. >> the nutrients are more ailable, right? specifically calcium. another thing that we see in there are the great probiotics that builds that healthy gut flora we're looking for. >> reporter: on the extra
protein, it keeps you fuller longer so which yogurt is best for your diet and tastes the best. "consumer reports" came up with their top picks. >> we looked at 23 yogurts in two flavors and evaluated all the products for taste and nutrition. >> reporter: the best regular plain, whole foods and trader joe's. the best greek plain, dannon oikos and wallaby. the best berry, liberte and best berry greek, fage total. but, remember, look out for those adds sugars. >> if you see anything with the o-s-e, dextrose, sucrose, you know that's your table sugar. then you really have to think, do you actually want it? >> yeah, got to watch that sugar. as part of their ranking "consumer reports" also looked at protein levels in the whole milk yogurts they reviewed, and you know as we said protein in the morning can reduce weight it's believed because it helps
you stay fuller longer. >> which one packs the most protein? >> that's one of the things they reviewed. dannon oikos greek nothing, 20 grams in protein, same as this bacon and eggs breakfast, a lot of protein and in these 4 1/2 bowls of raisin bran. this is a great way to get protein. >> and people like fruit-flavored yogurt. >> it's fantastic but the one thing you have to look out for is the sugar. like we said look at the labels. this is the brown cow strawberry, 28 grams of sugar in a serving. that's a lot. that's almost as much as this strawberry ice cream but the good news is, you can use this as a substitute for dessert and you get a dessert with probiotics and more nutrition in it and stoneyfield says they're working to bring down the amount of sugar in their yogurt. and something else people forget, you can use yogurt in a savory way, olive oil, pita bread, a great snack. >> you're from the atl, atlanta, you know all that stuff. mara, thanks very much.
>> thanks. let's go outside to giger. >> what a great crowd we have out here, robin, some little ladies from texas and from arkansas. they're all smiling. i was saying it was 114 degrees in las vegas, nevada, breaking their daily record yesterday. look at what they did. they put the crayons outside. that's a fun art project and let those melt. that is 1,000-plus photos taken every ten seconds so they could get a little time lapse. it looks really cool and the heat is not over. it spreads farther east and go all the way to corpus christi, texas. and you can see some of the numbers for today. all right. that's the big picture. hi, there! i'm abc7 news meteorologist mike nicco. it is a spare t air day and temperatures at the coast, mid-to-upper 60s, but near 90 around the bay to 100s inland. today's our >> all that brought to you by
carmax. lara, up to you. oscar nominee ethan hawke is getting rave reviews for his new film "maudie" and what he's been involved with for 20 years, fatherhood. >> you can see her selling her paintings from the front steps of her little house in marshalltown, nova scotia. >> how would i describe the movie? well, maud lewis is a folk artist and this is a movie about kind of the transcendent power of her love. >> it didn't start out that way. >> that's what i love about it. centers around her relationship to her husband and who was a pretty abusive, pretty typical misogynist for that time period. >> i am the boss. >> she had juvenile arthritis that got worse and worse over the years. her kind of natural love and joy affected everybody she touched including her, you know, pretty tough husband. >> it's me and dogs, them
chickens, then you. >> who basically wants a wife so he can have somebody to clean up after him. by the end of his life he's cooking for her and selling her art and caring for her legacy so it's a love story in which you actually watch the dynamic of power change over the course of years. >> what do you see? >> i see you as my wife. >> you did it because of sally hawkins who plays maudie. >> she's one of my favorite actresses. >> i understand your wife had something to do with you taking the job. >> that's true, too. she said you have to do this movie. i was like, okay, i'll read it. she said, i didn't say read it, i said you have to do it. >> i was like, all right, hold on a second. >> how is it being a dad to kids ranging in age, 18 to -- >> this is the best part of my life. you know, i've never been 46 before and it's really different than i thought it would be. it's fun getting to know young people from a different vantage point. i find myself in a totally new
but first movie talk. here now with oscar-winning actress, dear friend of the show marisa tomei back now as peter parker's aunt may in "spider-man: homecoming," it's a role we saw her play in "captain america: civil war." a quick look at a clip from the movie. >> stark internship, i have to tell you, not a fan of that tony stark. >> the atm robbery was thwarted from local crime stopper the spider-man. >> you see something like that happening, you turn and run the other way. >> yeah, yeah, of course. >> we are turing the other way. no, not happening. two things i need to talk about. number one, aunt may is like
benjamin button. aging reverse. talk to me about that and why it works. >> well, he is younger and playing it at 15, age 15 so -- actually she's his aunt by marriage, so she can be any age, really. >> really, because you're younger, hipper aunt mae now. >> it just depends when i met uncle ben. >> that's a whole backstory. >> prequel. >> the other interesting thing, in that clip we hear you say that no go on robert downey jr.'s character tony stark but a lot of people are saying that there are some sparks between the aunt and tony. is that possible? >> who are those people saying that. >> there's a lot of articles and did a lot of research that say that. >> you did a lot of research. >> you have no idea the research
that went into aunt may and tony were going -- will they or won't they? >> well, i mean they have that little -- he's very corporate and -- perhaps that, as well. but he has that whole corporate history and she's very -- at one point we had a background where she had seen him at a protest, she was protesting his corporation, and then they still eyeballed each other but who knows if that's in there. >> who knows. that's the fun, though, that layering. how great is it to be part of this franchise? >> it's so much fun. >> is it? >> so much fun. >> i can't believe i was reading it's been 25 years since "my cousin vinny." has it really? >> yes. >> 25 years. [ applause ] >> do you still hold it near and dear to your heart? >> i do. i do. >> so many people do. >> yeah, exactly. that's why i'm so happy that i got to be a part of it. because it lives on. it's funny. it makes people laugh. >> timeless film. >> and was it jonathan demme who directed it? >> no, jonathan lynn. >> he said you were the only person he would have even
considered for that role which is pretty -- >> well, that's really nice but i think joe pesci had a hand in that, as well. >> did he? >> he did. >> lady gaga said -- >> rest his soul. >> lady gaga said she would only have you play her. >> uh-huh. >> have you ever discussed that? >> well, you know, she said that a long time ago so i don't know. but that would be -- >> come on. age is just a number. look at aunt mae. you did a great job. we love having you on the show. congratulations on the movie. >> i want to talk to you about flea market stuff. >> i know. >> "spider-man: hong" mecomi opens nationwide july 7th. go see it. we're talking flea marketing. we'll be right back.
good morning, bay area! les getp a get gog. >> this is "abc7 mornings." >> good morning, i'm jessica castro from "abc7 mornings." let's check in with meteorologist mike nicco. mike, it's going to be hot. >> definitely, jessica, so i thought i'd start by showing you which areas are not in the heat advisory or excessive heat warning. that's san francisco and the coast, that's it. all of us are going to be in dangerous heat and possible poor air quality in our east bay and south bay valleys. my accuweather seven-day forecast back to average, but we'll have to wait until sunday. alexis? things are looking better here, southbound 880 with the crash around the auto mall parkway. it cleared, but that was a serious crash involving a motorcycle. long delays back up into the hayward area. westbound 4 is improving there. we had a couple earlier crashes in that location. jessica? >> all right, alexis, thank you.
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