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been a pleasure to have you on the desk. >> it's been great. thank you for having good morning, america. more than 130 million bracing for a heat wave right now as we head into the holiday week. severe summer storms stretching from the midwest to northeast. bringing dangerous twisters, hail and thunderstorms. killing two people. and now the heat wave on the way for the holiday. this stunning moment as president trump becomes the first sitting u.s. president to set foot in north korea. the surprise sitdown with kim jong-un and the chaos outside. the new white house press secretary in a shoving match with north korean security. also breaking overseas, riots erupting in hong kong. protesters smashing into a government building. deadly plane crash, ten people killed when this plane slams into a hangar. the investigation right now. dangerous dock collapse.
20 people plunging into the water when the boards beneath them cave in. ♪ now we got bad blood bad blood boiling. taylor swift's all-out attack on one of the biggest names in music after the rights of her biggest songs are sold to justin bieber's manager, scooter braun, a man she's accused of incessant bullying. ♪ i love it and world cup excitement reaching a fever pitch. team usa gearing up for that big showdown with england. now two of the team's biggest stars, megan rapinoe and kelley o'hara are joining us only on "gma" this morning. ♪ we're already talking where we're going to watch the match tomorrow. great to have you with us. whit and cecilia with us as well. >> excited to be here. excited to hear your interview coming up with megan rapinoe and kelley o'hara. this, of course, ahead of that big world cup match. cannot wait. >> megan scored so many crucial
goals for team usa including both of the goals in their last game against france. can she do it again? >> we will see and talk about that later. first, we're going to begin with the severe summer weather. millions from the midwest to northeast facing tornadoes and storms and now another heat wave is on the way. ginger starting us off with the latest. good morning, ginger. >> robin, thank you. june, the most prolific when it comes to severe storms and it went out with a bang this weekend. more than 500 severe storm reports just in two days. you see the video here kaneville, illinois, debris from an obvious tornado. they'll do the damage survey today. don't know how much damage you'll have because this one stayed in a field in south dakota but, boy, that was picturesque. then you have the damaging winds in places where people live in mt. vernon, iowa, winds gusting to 80 miles per hour and flash flooding part of this thing that made its way to massachusetts. who has that today? looks like anybody from eastern colorado and kansas up through minneapolis and parts of wisconsin. that's all along that jet stream that is now far enough north
even though so many folks waited to finally hit their 90 degrees and really feel like summer. oh, it's going to feel like it. look at some of those humidities plus heat. tallahassee will feel like 107 by friday. >> be careful what you ask right, ginger? >> uh-huh. the latest on president trump back at the white house this morning after that historic meeting with north korean leader kim jong-un. he is now the first sitting u.s. president ever to set foot in north korean territory. our chief global affairs correspondent martha raddatz is tracking the very latest from washington. martha, this was certainly a first, but the big question this morning, how much did they actually accomplish? >> reporter: exactly, cecilia. it was indeed a first, a u.s. president walking into north korean territory but will it lead to de-nuclearization, which is what the u.s. says kim promised more than a year ago. it was an extraordinary visual as president trump took the final steps north toward the line separating north and south
korea, a smiling kim jong-un walking briskly to meet him. >> my friend. >> translator: it is good to see you again. >> reporter: the north korean dictator, one of the world's most brutal dictators warmly greeting the u.s. president. good to see you again, he said, i never expected to meet you at this place. >> my honor. would you like me to step across? >> reporter: president trump walking onto north korean territory. the first time a sitting american president has ever stepped foot inside the reclusive state and gave the dictator another handshake before the cameras. this just 32 hours after the president disclosed his suggested meeting with a tweet. the hastily arranged meeting at times devolving into chaos. photographers scrambling to capture the moment as the two men walked back to the south korean side of the border. >> oh, no, get out of the way. >> reporter: in a rare move, the
north korean leader speaking directly to the american press. "i believe," kim said of trump "this is an expression of his willingness to eliminate all of the unfortunate past and open a new future." president trump was already setting the stage for a possible fourth meeting even suggesting kim come to washington. >> i would invite him right now to the white house, absolutely. >> reporter: as they walk toward the so-called house of freedom, more chaos. security guards blocking the u.s. press from entering. the new white house press secretary stephanie grisham pushing to get images of the meeting on to american television and getting into a scuffle with a north korean security guard. the president and kim meeting behind closed doors for more than 40 minutes. north korean media later recounting the meeting as amazing and historic and while the president says he's in no
hurry -- >> speed is not the object. we want to see if we can do a comprehensive good deal. >> reporter: u.s. intelligence has concluded that kim jong-un is unlikely to give up his nuclear program. the president's democratic rivals saying this meeting was nothing but a show. >> i don't have a problem with him sitting down and negotiating with our adversaries. i just don't want it to be a photo opportunity. we need real diplomacy. >> it's not as easy as going and bringing a hot dish over the fence to the dictator next door. >> reporter: the white house says negotiating teams will now get to work on details in hopes they can move this forward. whit? >> we'll see if there's that fourth summit. martha, thank you so much you so much. overseas now to those protests erupting in hong kong on the anniversary of hong kong's return to china. thousands taking to the streets. some of them trying to smash their way into a government building there. abc's james longman has the latest. james, good morning. >> reporter: yeah, good morning,
whit. thousands are back on the street if hong kong. many have made it into the building. some have taken to vandalizing the emblem inside the chamber. this is the third major march against an extra business bill which would send those wanted by beijing over to the mainland. it's already been suspended, but activists want it gong entirely and they're calling for carrie lam to resign. the u.s. seeks to redefine its trade relationship and so far donald trump has yet to voice explicit support for the movement. given that today is the 22nd anniversary of britain's return of hong kong back to the chinese, it's not lost. many feel this is part of beijing's longtime efforts at dismantling the freedoms the british system was meant to enshrine. robin? >> quite a scene there, james. thank you. now to the investigation under way into that plane crash that killed ten people. the deadliest in texas in decades. the small plane crashing into an airport hangar just after
take off exploding into flames. marcus moore is there on the scene for us with the latest. good morning, marcus. >> reporter: robin, good morning. it's the start of a difficult day here in addison. you can see that scorched hangar in the distance behind me. this plane was carrying two crew members and eight passengers, and it had just taken off around 9:00 sunday morning when something went wrong. this morning, new video of that horrific plane crash outside of dallas. >> attention, all aircraft on the tower. everybody is sta >> reporter: ten people killed when their twin engine plane heading to florida crashed into an unoccupied hangar and burst into flames shortly after take off. >> we've noted that the airplane was damaged by impact forces and a post-impact fire. >> reporter: you can see thick, black smoke filling the air. firefighters quickly rushing to the scene to extinguish the blaze that engulfed the beechcraft be-350. >> you could tell there was some burning chemicals, gas or oil.
it definitely looked black enough for it to be serious. >> reporter: the outside and inside of the hangar charred. the roof torn off. officials have not released the names of those on board. >> our family assistance team is here to assist local responders with the families. >> reporter: this is the second twin engine beechcraft to crash this month. less than two weeks ago a different one crashed shortly after take off, in hawaii.hawai. that plane too bursting into flames. all 11 people on board were killed. an ntsb team is now on site in texas investigating this crash. according to the database, this incident is now the deadliest plane crash in texas in nearly 30 years. and we hope to learn more about the people on board this plane throughout the day today and you can still see that hangar just behind me. investigators say it could take two weeks to put together a preliminary report into what may have caused this tragic crash. cecelia? >> we are certainly thinking of them. marcus, thank you.
we will turn to the urgent manhunt for a texas man convicted of murder who went on the run the night before a jury found him guilty. officials say he cut off his ankle bracelet and vanished. linsey davis joins us now with the latest on the search. good morning, linsey. >> reporter: good morning to you, cecilia. so many questions about this case. not only where is rene carrillo but why was he out on bond during his murder trial and why was he able to cut off the very ankle bracelet intended to monitor his every move? a manhunt this morning as u.s. marshals try to track down this man, 25-year-old rene carrillo. authorities say he appeared in a texas court all week for his trial but then disappeared thursday before the last day where he was convicted in his absence. prosecutors later learned the night before his disappearance he cut off his ankle monitor similar to this and the company monitoring it was aware as of 11:00 p.m. the device was being tampered with, but the pursuit did not begin until the next day. >> his ankle monitor has been
cut off and destroyed on the side of the road in texas. >> reporter: even with him on the lam, the jury convicted and sentences him. many questioning why he wasn't in custody during his murder trial. according to the dallas county d.a.'s office in this surveillance video from october 2017 you can see him outside of a strip club walking up to the mercedes shooting and killing the driver and wounding the woman in the passenger seat. allegedly stemming from an argument his friend had inside the club with the victim. it took the jury only a matter of minutes to come back with a sentence of 99 years and a $10,000 fine. authorities say if caught, he will begin his life sentence and he now faces additional charges for fleeing and also skipping bail. but, again, i have to imagine there are a lot of questions for that monitoring company that noticed he was tampering with it at 11:00 p.m. and no one notified until the next day. or so it seems. >> and the bond as well. >> right. why was he out from the beginning? >> exactly. >> linsey, thank you. we want to turn to a warning about e. coli after a child died
and three others got sick. authorities suspect a petting zoo at a san diego county fair is to blame. abc's paula faris is here with that story. paula, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, whit. all four of those kids infected visited this particular petting zoo around the same time but the young boy, just 2 years old, he suffered a rare complication from e. coli. his kidneys eventually shutting down. this morning, an urgent investigation into a county fair after an e. coli outbreak infected three children and killed a young boy. 2-year-old jedidiah king cabezuela attended the san diego county fairgrounds and petting zoo on june 15th. his family says four days later he got sick, was in and out of the hospital and died after his kidneys failed on june 24th. >> he was bundled up in a little ball, can't even move and he was so -- he was hurting so much, he almost couldn't cry. >> reporter: officials closed the zoo. inspectors found e. coli inside the animal exhibit.
e.coli is a bacteria that could lead to stomach cramps and fever that in severe cases can be life-threatening. this morning they're still searching for its source. >> our hearts and our prayers and our thoughts go out to the family and while we emphasize safety at the fair, we will continue to do so. >> reporter: jedidiah's family says he washed his hands after interacting with the animals but still got sick and health officials say there is a possibility that even more people may have come in contact with the bacteria. >> unfortunately, when you do have livestock or animals, there is a potential inherent risk. >> reporter: a risk that for jedidiah's family ended in heartbreak. and the cdc has issued several reminders to protect yourself from e. coli. first wash with soap and water before and after contact with animals. don't wipe your hands on your clothes and when it comes to children, don't allow your children to put their fingers or
an object in the animal's mouth. but that's easier said than done. it's a petting zoo. you buy the food to give to the animals. there is a gofundme page set up for this boy's family, jedidiah king cabezuela. >> tragedy. >> i'm sure they could use the help. >> yes. >> paula, thank you. a frightening dock collapse in south carolina. 20 people falling into a creek when the boards gave way. three of them sent to the hospital. gio benitez is at a dock here in new york with the story. good morning, gio. >> reporter: hey, robin. good morning to you. the collapse happened on a wooden dock a lot like this one. you know what's really incredible despite the scare everyone survived. a picture perfect evening gone horribly wrong. >> receiving several calls for a part of a dock that caved in. >> reporter: 40 people were posing for pictures this weekend at a restaurant in south carolina, when suddenly the dock beneath their feet caved in, throwing 20 of them into the water below. >> first call said five or six people in the water. now we're getting calls of 20. >> at first it was just a moment
of shock like is this really happening right now? i had my arm around my girlfriend's shoulder and like i said, the next thing we hear is a giant crack and the dock collapsed under the weight of all of us. >> reporter: a nearby boat spotting the wreck helping pull people from the water. three people were taken to the hospital but everyone is okay. incidents like these have happened before like these unforgettable i dos, a bride and groom plunging in the water while their bridal party was taking photos. and in 2013, at one miami sports bar, this dock split in two. rescue crews scrambled to fish out dozens of survivors. so, look, experts tell us the biggest tip if you're on a wooden dock make sure you're extra watchful if you see a lot of people on it and take a glance down, look for any cracks and any missing screws or loose boards just to make sure. robin? >> good advice there. thank you, gio. all right, robin.
we're going to shift gears here to the royals, meeting baseball royalty. take a look. prince harry and duchess meghan taking in america's pastime in london attending a yankees and red sox game at london stadium. the yankees gave them a little jersey for baby archie, so cute. they got a similar gift from the boston clubhouse and meghan got something more. turns out -- this is kind of funny she and red sox star mookie betts are long lost relatives. >> my great, great, great, great -- >> great, great. >> we're family somehow. >> anyone else want to claim my family? >> a lot of greats there. all the greats. it was fun. we have those pride celebrations all across the globe, millions taking to the street on sunday. take a look, new york hosting the biggest event, world pride. hundreds of thousands marched in the parade. millions more lined the streets
to watch the event here. also marking the 50th anniversary of the landmark stonewall riots which, of course, launched the modern gay rights movement. and hundreds of thousands turning out from chicago to seattle to san francisco. and there in paris half a million braving near 100-degree heat to hold their march and you look at a way to cool off there. but this is one of the coolest moments. ginger, i don't know if you saw this. that rainbow lighting up the sky over new york city. >> mm-hmm. >> how appropriate. >> pretty special. >> i got chills again. we have a lot of headlines we're following this morning. team usa getting ready for their semifinal match-up against england after that stunning win against france. world cup stars megan rapinoe and kelley o'hara, there they are, they're going to join us before the big game only here on "gma." >> big smiles there. we are also covering the ugly battle brewing between taylor swift and justin bieber's manager over taylor's biggest songs. that is ahead. first, let's head back over to ginger. >> that rainbow was incredibly special and so appropriate for the weekend.
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2015 nuclear deal and surpassed the limit of their uranium stockpile. and the nba free agency period starting off with a bang. kevin durant coming to new york city. but hang on a second. not to the knicks as many expected. the superstar will sign a four-year deal with the brooklyn nets and he is taking fellow stars kyrie irving and deandre jordan with him to form the latest nba superteam. durant expected though to miss all of next season after suffering that achilles injury in the finals with golden state. >> he'll be worth the wait. >> he will be worth the wait. we have seen that injury before. people have come back from it but a long road ahead. >> that's right, whit. world cup, y'all ready? >> yes. >> crucial game for team usa. two victories away now from winning the title again, facing off against england in the semifinals tomorrow. we'll hear from megan and kelley in a moment. but first adrienne bankert is there in france with all the details. bonjour, adrienne. >> reporter: good morning,
robin. yes, from lyon, france, two games away like you said. we're so excited. england and the u.s. have not played each other in a world cup game in over a decade and both teams have standout players known for their speed and scoring. it's team u.s.a. versus england as both teams prepare for the semifinals of the women's world cup and this morning, all eyes are on co-captain megan rapinoe. >> rapinoe, sends it in low, goal. >> reporter: rapinoe exploded on the field friday scoring both of usa's goals against france, unstoppable her are you not entertained celebration pose quickly became a meme. >> megan rapinoe has put the team on her back from spain to france. >> reporter: now she's facing a fierce rival. >> white turns. the shot. white with a goal. >> reporter: england's ellen white famous for gesturing after her goals as if looking through binoculars white dominated the field in the quarterfinals. both white and rapinoe along
with team usa's alex morgan on the quest to become the top scorer of the tournament. each have taken five goals to the net in world cup matchups so far. on average team u.s.a. is older, but tough. veteran kelley o'hara who escaped a handball call late in the game against france -- >> a look at that. >> reporter: -- fought her way back from ankle surgery last year, proof of resilience that has rival coaches on edge. >> i've got to say america has got that ruthless streak of wanting to win. >> reporter: ruthless, yes, even rapinoe has acknowledged england has some seriously good players. another thing to note, it's hot here in lyon like it was in paris. undoubtedly team u.s.a. will get some refreshment and energy from all of the fans who traveled from america just to cheer them on. robin? >> all right, thank you so much, adrienne. now we bring in two of the stars of the u.s. women's national team, megan rapinoe and kelley o'hara. looking good, both of you bright and early this morning. i know it's the afternoon over there. hey, can you feel the love? can you just feel the excitement
back here? what are the feelings and the emotions going into that big match against england tomorrow? >> we're definitely feeling the love. obviously we have a lot of our friends and family here, but we have so many people back home and just kind of the country at large. we're feeling that love. keep it up. we love that. >> we wrote a note to all the bosses and supervisors to ask for employees to get the day off and i think a lot of them listened to us. so we're excited that everyone has been super stoked and has been getting out of work to cheer us on. >> all right. i'll have you do a little bit of video for the bosses in just a moment. but first, megan, the stance, the stance after you score a goal, how did that all come about? >> you're sort of on the stage. so i guess i'm looking at myself as a performer and trying to entertain and it's kind of a funny playful pose and we're always looking for good celebrations. so this one stuck a little bit
more than the other one. >> yeah, and the memes have been pretty hysterical. i don't know if you had a chance to see some of them. they've been good. this is the third world cup for both of you. so, kelley, can you tell us the differences and the similarities between this team and the others that you've played on? >> yeah, i mean, it is different because there's a lot of us that have returned and have played in other world cups but there is a lot of players on this team that are rookies and it's their first time around and they are stepping into big roles and filling big shoes and are doing a fantastic job. so i think that this team is just -- we still have that grittiness and that heart that this team has always had, but we added a lot of just technical and tactical experience. >> it has been cool to watch it. you guys are excellent. you truly, truly are. megan, one of the reasons why you are so adored is that you do not hold back. you let your emotions -- you let people know exactly -- >> no. >> it's hard to believe she's like that, kelley. you let yourself be known.
>> who, me? >> i know that, yes, there were some tweets and back and forth about a potential white house visit. how have you been able and the team to just focus on the goal at hand and that is to win another world cup? >> i mean, to be honest i think to be on this team is to understand how to deal with and withstand distraction and pressure of sort of any magnitude whether it's large or small. so we're pretty well versed in learning to deal with the problem head on or deal with an issue head on, talk about it and then within the group, we have a great ability to just stay together and kind of block out those distractions when the time comes. in the same sense, we're in our little bubble here and have a monumental task at hand. so it's hard to be honest, not to be focused on it. >> it's not your first rodeo. i get that. we know you have a great coaching staff as well led by jill ellis who, by the way, was
not allowed to play organized soccer back home in england where she grew up until she came here to the u.s. with her family. she says the secret weapon is confidence. she says that is y'all's secret weapon. would you all agree with that? >> i think that's one of our secret weapons for sure. there's no way you can't be confident stepping on a field when you look around. for myself i step out there and i can have that confidence knowing that i'm stepping on a field with all of these other amazing players next to me. >> all right. there is a boss who may not let their employee -- i can't believe this -- possibly not watch the match tomorrow. so what is your excuse note via video, come on? >> we've been working on it behind the scenes. we're crafting something up good. so it's going -- we'll probably -- >> i just want to say to all those employers, sorry not sorry. i ain't coming to work. >> that was pretty good.
we'll wait for the video because that last one was pretty good. i know have you a lot on your mind. the match at hand tomorrow and just know that we're back here across the pond cheering you on as always and wish you all the very best. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> you heard it from megan sorry we're not sorry. i ain't coming to work. the world cup is coming up big in big moments, playing big and she and the teammates have done that. alex morgan, all of them, the way they've all come together and playing with such confidence and we know england is good. you don't get to the semifinals without being a good team. >> they're remarkably chill ahead of this game. >> and defending champions but have a chip on their shoulder. didn't do as well as they would have liked in the 2016 olympics so here they are with all that confidence ready to go. >> we are nghem on. >> i'll be calling in sick tomorrow. coming up, taylor swift's bad blood brewing. why she is taking on one of music's biggest names and now why stars like justin bieber are taking her on. ♪ now we got bad blood ♪ hey ♪ now we got problems ♪ now we got problems
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♪ now we got bad blood ♪ now we got bad blood we're back with taylor swifts a battle taking on the owner of some of her old music, blasting manager scooter braun for buying the master recordings of some of her biggest hits. swift is now claiming that braun bullied her for years. abc's chris connelly is joining us from los angeles with the latest. good morning, chris. >> reporter: good morning, cecilia. yeah, strong words from taylor swift in the wake of a nine-figure sale of her master recordings. music she created and performed,
but that like so many recording artists, she does not own. ♪ because they know we got bad blood ♪ >> reporter: oh, it's war. taylor swift holding nothing back as the man who signed her at age 15, sells her life's work., what she's calling all the music i ever made to scooter braun, high-profile manager of such singers as justin bieber, ariana grande and once kanye west with whom she has storied beef. ♪ now we got problems ♪ and i don't think we can solve them ♪ >> reporter: calling the deal my worst case scenario. the 29-year-old swift roasting to an absolute crisp, the 38-year-old braun who just acquired her former label big machine and so many of her deeply personal recordings for $300 million. in a searing online post swift writing, all i could think about was the incessant, manipulative bullying i've received at his
hands for years. like when kim kardashian orchestrated an illegally recorded snippet of a phone call to be leaked and then scooter got his two clients together to bully me online about it. that's referring to a 2016 call between swift and kanye west in which he tried to get her to sign off on lyrics he wrote about her in his song "famous." swift maintains she never okayed kanye using the derogatory word to describe her. >> yeah, i mean, go with whatever line you think is better. >> reporter: swift also attaching the photo of braun, west and bieber, that the singer once posted online with the caption, taylor swift, what up. swift sharing the post saying this is scooter braun bullying me when i was at my lowest point. he is about to own all the music i ever made. then continuing, my musical legacy is about to lie in the hands of someone who tried to dismantle it. the bombshell post splitting the entertainment industry down the middle overnight. singers todrick hall and halsey
siding with swift, the hashtag we stand with taylor trending bieber himselfosad scthtedaysou gciouy let e t media and get people to hate on scooter isn't fair. it can surprise many to learn even such top artists as taylor swift typically do not own their master recordings and it's caused conflict before. during a battle with his label in 1993, prince wrote, slave on the side of his face while changing his name to an unpronounceable symbol telling "rolling stone," if you don't own your masters, your master owns you." >> what's different this time is how publicly it's being played out among one of the biggest stars in the entire world and two very powerful music executives. >> reporter: on sunday swift also ripping into her former label chief scott borchetta who sold her masters saying he knew her feelings about braun. he knew what he was doing. they both did. controlling a woman who didn't want to be associated with them.
big machine scott borchetta. putting up a post of his own sunday night defending his actions. taylor had every chance in the world to own her master recordings saying in part chose to leave. he suggested the split as amicable. cecilia? >> complicated, all this, but chris, i think the question right now is what happens with all her future music? >> reporter: well, future music she says she will own. it's coming out the end of august, "lover," and those two new singles will be hers to own, something different for taylor swift going forward. >> chris connelly, thank you so much. >> quite the battle. >> erupting on twitter. a lot going on there. thank you. coming up here, our "play of the day" that will have you saying, only in new york. we'll show it to you coming up. saying, only in new york. we'll show it to you coming up. this is not just a fever. this is not just the flu. it's meningitis b...
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. severe summer storms from the midwest to the northeast bringing dangerous twisters, hail and thunderstorms leaving two dead and now the heat wave on the way for the holiday. ginger is tracking it all. prince harry and duchess meghan causing more controversy going their own way for baby archie's christening as prince william and duchess kate plan a big trip of their own. "gma investigates." going undercover to get and the answers about those gluten-free claims at restaurants. we put pizza from 15 different places to the test. the surprising results. ♪ looking for some hot sun summer skintervention, our deep dive on sunscreen. how much spf is enough to keep you protected and safe in the sun. we're busting three of the biggest myths as you get ready to hit the beach.
♪ i'm a sucker for you joe jonas and sophie turner saying i do all over again. the star-studded wedding in france, all the details on what they wore. who was there and the pooch in the wedding party who stole the show as we say good morning, america. ♪ no, i know about you good morning, america. thanks for being with us on this july 1st. rabbit, rabbit. it's good luck. if you say rabbit rabbit. >> i feel like if i said i had i would be saying robin robin. all slurred together. >> great way to kick off the month. an inspiring guest for your serene in 2019 series. we love it so much. this morning it's all about coming back from failure. this is such an important message. >> having the courage to believe the best is yet to come. imagine facing huge success and losing it all.
that happened to girl boss fo d founder picked herself right back up and she's going to share her advice and we cannot wait to share that with you. first those severe summer storms and heat wave as we head into the fourth of july and back to ginger. >> some of the pictures are stunning including this south dakota tornado. i say picturesque or gorgeous because it didn't touch anybody. we love to see the power of nature when it is right there. unfortunately, that was not the case with the tornado in kaneville, illinois, debris flying. a lot of upward motion and a lot of circulation, and unfortunately 60 to 80-mile-per-hour winds. thtre p r. vernon, homes, and also this came along, some of the storms, all the way to the northeast with flash flooding so the thing is i show you these pictures every day. i want you to focus on who will see those type of images by tomorrow. that's anybody from western kansas and nebraska right through minneapolis and beeven into parts of central wisconsin.
watch for that. all riding along that jet stream and it's so far north that we're finally feeling that summer heat, raleigh says 103 by wednesday, 103, tallahassee and 107, friday, robin. >> that's the heat. all right. thanks so much, ginger. >> summer is definitely there. we will turn to the latest on president trump. he is back at the white house after that meeting with north korean leader kim jong-un. he is now the first sitting u.s. president ever to set foot in north korean territory and back to our chief global affairs correspondent martha raddatz in washington with the latest. hey, martha. >> reporter: hey, cecilia, it was a dramatic moment with president trump walking into north korea setting the stage for a possible fourth meeting with kim jong-un and what a stage it was. it was an extraordinary visual as president trump took the final steps north toward the line separating un walking brinkley to meet him. >> my friend. >> translator: it is good to see you again.
>> reporter: the north korean leader one of the world's most brutal dictators warmly greeting the u.s. president. good to see you again, he said. i never expected to meet you at this place. >> it's my honor. would you like me to step across? >> reporter: president trump walking onto north korean territory. the first time a sitting american president has ever stepped foot inside the reclusive state and gave the dictator another handshake before the cameras. this just 32 hours after the president disclosed his suggested meeting with the tweet. in a rare move the north korean leader speaking directly to the american press. "i believe, " kim said of trump, "this is an expression of his willingness to elimination all of the unfortunate past and open a new future," as they walked toward the so-called house of freedom.
more kay use. -- more chaos. security guards blocking the u.s. press from entering. the new white house press secretary stephanie grisham pushing to get images of the meeting on to american television and getting into a scuffle with the north korean security guard. the president and kim meeting behind closed doors for more than 40 minutes, u.s. intelligence concluded that kim jong-un is unlikely to give up his nuclear program. but lower level negotiating teams will now get to work in hopes of moving this forward after more than a year with no progress on the nuclear front, cecilia. >> all right, martha, thanks so much. >> what a scene there. coming up, new details about baby archie's christening and how prince harry and duchess meghan are breaking with royal tradition. plus, "gma" goes undercover at more than a dozen pizza places putting those gluten-free claims to the test. plus, lori bergamotto is here with tips for a perfect fourth of july picnic.
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[ applause ] that's going to be an amazing mash-up performance. we cannot wait for that, and now we have janai norman with some "pop news." it is our first "pop news" for july, and we begin with joe jonas and sophie turner tying the knot for the second time, of course, at a beautiful chateau in france on saturday. the lavish weekend started friday night at the rehearsal dinner where all the guests wore white including "game of thrones" star maisie williams and her boyfriend, while the couple decided they wanted to stand out in those matching red ensembles. quite a way to stand out, i'd say. we caught a glimpse of the groom before the wedding with his groomsmen. turned out he had 11 total. you see them there but, look, there's one who surely stole the show showing he was top dog. >> ah. >> that's him in a tuxedo. their dog porky looks amazing in that tux.
now for the wedding ceremony. sophie wore a gorgeous flowing white gown, a full skirt, cap sleeves and a long veil that only one eagle-eyed photographer got a shot of. this is all we've seen so far but we also saw her sister-in-law, priyanka chopra in a beautiful pink sari with hubby nick jonas posing with the groom and family there on the right and then after the ceremony the guests enjoyed music played by the couple's deejay friend diplo. unfortunately for all of us he did not livestream the wedding. joking on instagram that the couple confiscated his phone after he broadcast their vegas ceremony, the first one to the world. r.ah, so they said not again, rats tup.yes.[ appl it turns out they were not the only couple to have a second wedding this weekend. another wedding in france, zoe kravitz and karl glusman tied the knot in paris over the weekend. that ceremony taking place at
her father, lenny kravitz's 18th century mansion, of course, and zoe's "big little lies" co-stars were out in full force to support her. there's nicole kidman and laura dern in a stunning floor length gown and shailene woodley in a glam outfit and then reese witherspoon arriving in a bold red dress and reese there, it's hard to see her in that picture but she made a whole weekend of it posting this date night photo with her husband in paris and other guests included zoe's mom lisa bonet and her hubby jason momoa and denzel washington. >> where is the picture? we want a picture. >> we want to see all of them. >> exactly. >> i will say i'm glad i got married before this second wedding craze became a thing. one and done. yeah. >> two time, good for them, though. we wish them a happy life. >> we do. we do. [ applause ] and finally, sticking with the theme of love the world
celebrated pride over the weekend and one of the biggest celebrations, of course, right here in new york city, by some estimates as many as 3 million people packed the streets of new york as the city hosted world pride, the largest pride celebration in the world.alngrot , isec celebrities showed their pride all weekend. first we saw lady gaga looking like a whole rainbow in some amazing thigh high boots at the parade "queer eye's" fab five made an appearance, there they are and so did vanessa williams in a very appropriate fur coat, yes. other stars in the parade neil patrick harris and his husband and their twins and "pose" star billy porter. >> brought it. >> yes. posed in an amazing rainbow dress. he always brings it.
then madonna closed out the weekend on pride island performing for a huge crowd and in the spirit of the day rapper lil nas x came out telling fans he's gay by pointing to his lyrics on his new album, so so much love. all the celebration. [ applause ] >> yes. >> come out party. >> some weekend. >> drive in to work people were still out in the streets. janai, thank you so much. we want to turn to our cover story. new details about baby archie's christening. prince harry and duchess meghan are bucking royal tradition once again. abc's lama hasan is in london this morning. lama, good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, whit. preparations for baby archie's christening are now in full swing because buckingham palace has confirmed it will take place on saturday, but it will be a private affair, no press is allowed causing quite a backlash. baby archie is getting d.
the littlest royal heading to the queen's private chapel in windsor on saturday. >> it's a much smaller venue so we're expecting a more intimate gathering of around 25 people. >> reporter: a small private ceremony for 2-month-old archie and his royal family. joining his adoring ma and pa will be grandpa prince charles and his wife camilla alongside his american grandmother doria ragland. not the queen though as she has a prior engagement. also in attendance uncle william and aunt kate who announced their own royal trip for the fall. this pair are heading to pakistan. unlike the christenings of his cambridge cousins we won't see the guests arrive. harry and meghan determined to keep some privacy for their son. >> also unlikely we'll get the names of the godparents and my understanding is the couple have chosen their close friends. we are still going to get images of the christening released afterwards. >> reporter: those images will
appear on the sussex instagram page. this decision to keep it private criticized by many. the british public feeling entitled to be part of archie's big day. especially as they've just paid over $3 million for renovating harry and meghan's new home frogmore cottage. >> there was some criticism, some debate when the sussexes said they wanted to keep their birth plans more private and the same thing happening with the christening. >> reporter: it's a busy time for the royal couple. with new mom meghan looking sweet and petite in a stella mccartney dress and flat shoes making her third public appearance since archie born in may joining harry at the first ever major league baseball game in london over the weekend. the red sox and the yankees bringing their rivalry to uk soil. while harry and meghan seem to be enjoying a baby-free evening out, baby archie presumably tucked up at home getting ready for his big day on saturday, right, guys? >> that's right.
thank you so much. we have our "gma" investigation into those gluten-free claims at restaurants. you've seen more of those options as gluten intolerant customers increases but how trustworthy are the claims? we went undercover. diane macedo on the job. >> reporter: good morning, guys. so cases of celiac disease are on the rise, and with 3 million americans estimated to have that condition. for those gluten can cause serious intestinal damage. how trustworthy is gluten-free food offered at restaurants? "gma" went undercover with some concerning results. hanna liebowitz was just 8 when she was diagnosed with celiac disease. >> i was devastated, i think. >> it's a lifelong disease. it alters everything you do. >> reporter: an estimated 1 in 133 americans are almost 1% of the population have the autoimmune disease triggered by gluten, a complex protein found in wheat, rye and barley. >> the immune system recognizes gluten as an invader as something dangerous and so it attacks it in the process the
intestine is damaged. >> how serious can it be with someone with celiac to eat it accidentally? >> being expoesed to gluten in the long-term has been linked to an increased risk of cancer, increased risk of fracture, anemia or osteoporosis. >> hanna carries food wherever she goes. >> we went to a pizza place. they said it was celiac safe and i ended up throwing up, and just -- it was awful. >> reporter: eating out and traveling are the biggest challenges. >> reporter: to see for ourselves "gma" went undercover in an experiment guided by experts at columbia university celiac disease center and the blog gluten free watchdog. >> we're about to pick up the sixth pizza of the day. >> reporter: we ordered pizzas at 15 new york city restaurants and asked two questions. are pizzas, one, lately gluten free, and two, safe for with celiac disease?
to prevent cross contamination we keep them in their boxes and seal them in two ziploc bags before sending them overnight to a diagnostics lab. it cuts them in half, blends each part, then takes a sample to test for gluten. we showed the results to our expert. >> the findings are concerning. >> reporter: the food and drug administration which regulates glu gluten labeling on packaged food, defines gluten-free as containing less than 20 parts per million. two of the 15 pizzas came in with more than 20 parts per million above the standard to be considered gluten-free. what might happen to someone has celiac and ate those pizzas? >> they might not feel anything but if they were exposed to that and other similar gluten contaminated foods throughout the day and had this fairly regularly, then they would have intestinal damage including even cancer risk. >> reporter: four other pizzas had more than five parts per million, the limit of quantifiable detection but below the gluten-free threshold. we told the restaurants which
tested positive about our findings. one said they would not recommend their pizza for celiac patients despite your producers told it was safe. most of them thanked us for letting them know, said they have processes in place and would talk to their staff to prevent contamination. >> this is a hard disease to live with. if we knew that we could rely on the posted statements about gluten, it would be really helpful. helpful. >> now, there are portable gluten testers which experts have potential but limitations. for now they advise talking to the restaurant before you go and then again when you get there and they say be particularly careful with pizza and pasta. >> you can never be too safe. thanks so much. ginger. let's do a little "gma" moment. this one comes to us from harrisburg, pennsylvania. so you know when you've got little kids and this case it's twin boys and one of them is blaming the other one for, well, this.
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summer skintervention series. as the fda plans to update regulations on sunscreen this fall according to some surveys this wasn't surprising to me. nearly half of us still do not understand what spf really means so we are going to dispel three of the biggest myths about sunscreen this morning. board certified dermatologist dr. whitney bowe is with us. good morning to you, friend. >> good morning. >> all right. ready to be put to work? you've got your paddles. bring them up. we are going to do a test. true or false, here we go, first one, spf offers twice as much protection as spf 50? what do you think? >> spf 100 -- >> 100 offers twice as much protection as spf 50. okay. mostly false. what do you say? >> so a plus, guys. very good. [ applause ] so it is false. so spf stands for sun protection factor and has to do with how long your skin can be exposed to the sun before it burns. in a laboratory setting spf 100
blocks 99% of uv rays and spf 50 blocks 98% of uvb rays so seems based on those numbers and curve over there, that there's barely a difference, right? but in real life, it can make a difference. take a look at my arm. so here, i applied sunscreen the way it's applied in those studies. a nice, thick coat, but this is how most people apply their skun scre -- sunscreen in real real reall those higher spfs they give you a little bit of a buffer, give you room for error. >> so you say opt for the higher one. >> i think err on the side. if you rub in sun the screen the way most people do. >> chemical versus mineral sunscreens. ready for another one? here we go. true or false, organic sunscreens are more gentle for sensitive? i have a got my poker face, not giving anything away. >> organic sunscreens -- >> it's like 50/50. what do you say?>>he answer hers sorecommend crneral ornoeen rye
skin. most people don't even know what organic means. let's take a look at this. our physical or mineral sunscreen, the inorganic ones contain zinc oxide and titanium die dioxide and reflect or scatter uv rays. these are the ones that can be difficult to rub in. these are the ones that you with that pasty white complexion. these ones act more like a sponge so they absorb uv rays and chemically transform them into heat and easy to rub in, right, but he can be a little irritating if your skin is sensitive. >> we'll do one more quickly here. last question, guys. a lot of people have concerns about this one. true or false, chemical sunscreens can be absorbed through the skin and enter the bloodstream. chemical sunscreens can be absorbed and enter the bloodstream. what do you say? >> these guys are smart over here.
the answer is true but let me give you guys a biby the fda, g.r.a.s.e., standing for generally recognized as safe and effective. the mineral sunscreens are considered grase because they barely get absorbed but chemicals do get absorbed under investigation by the fda but we still don't think they're unsafe. >> perfect time of year to be talking about this. you'll be answering questions on our facebook page. we will be right back. [ applause ]
good morning, north bay. let's get up and get going. >> good morning. i'm alexis smith from abc 7 mornings. gas prices are rising across california. starting today, the gas tax is up nearly 6 cents per gallon. it's expected to bring in about $5 billion a year. lawmakers say the money will go towards road and mass transit improvements. speaking of that, let's look at the commute. we still have our sig alert in san mateo, eastbound 92 before el camino real. one lane open, one lane closed for repairs there. caltrans working after an earlier crash. the crash is gone but still trying to get that fully back open. and bay bridge toll plaza still have the metering lights on for the foreseeable future. meteo
now an accuweather update. >> from abc 7 mornings. >> good monday morning. sunny san rafael. if you're stepping out, still clouds around parts of the bay area. overall, sunny and mild to warm again today. 60 in san jose with sunshine. it's 59 in santa cruz. sunny later on. mid-70s there. 53 in santa rosa with 57 in napa. so cool where the fog is sitting. it pulls back to the coast later on today. we'll be breezy once again downtown. 65. even breezy right now in concord. 80s today. very similar tomorrow.
alexis? >> sounds good, lisa. we'll have another abc 7 news update in 30 minut ♪ i get knocked down but i get up again ♪ et cetera get knocked down ♪ we do welcome you back to "gma." perhaps you've heard me say that my family's motto for the year is serene in 2019. my dorothy always comes up with a family motto for the new year. it can be hard to be serene when you've suffered a big setback. our next guest knows a little something about that. take a look. >> hi, i'm sophia amoruso. founder and ceo of nasty gal. >> in 2014, sophia amoruso the founder of nasty gal was on top of the world. >> i'm excited 0 tell you about my new book, "girlboss." >> she wrote a best-selling memoir and appeared right here on "gma." >> "girlboss" hits stores today. >> reporter: by early 2016
sheered a spot as one of "forbes" richest self-made women and her company collapsed after one too many mistakes. >> after all of that i have a super valuable chip on my shoulder. >> reporter: but it didn't take long for her to pick herself back up and move forward with her new company girlboss. >> welcome to the girlboss community. >> reporter: to empower the next generation of leaders with all she's learned. and it's wonderful to have sophia here with us in the studio. so tell us the difference between sophia then and now? >> back in 2014 i had a ufo for a haircut. i'm not sure if you have seen the crazy haircuts i had. i was also in an upswing. havin. my company was exploding. but i hasn't experienced the downs of the ups and downs and i didn't realize that success isn't just up and to the right
but into many different directions and goes to the right until it doesn't and maybe it does that again. >> sure. >> but it never just stays that way. >> you found that out and have been able to help so many other people find that out as well. girlboss, tell us about it. >> so, girlboss started with the book five years ago and i watched women waiting in line to get their book sign and when they were waiting to get their book signed they were exchanging business cards and there was no place for a woman on her way to do that and self-selecting ambitious women i saw congregating at the book signings and i related so as a young founder i had a lot of people around me, i had a lot of employees but i, you know, i didn't have the resources or the community to really find my p r peers and so girlboss today is creating a platform for women to do just that. where even if they're not entrepreneurs they're entrepreneurial and can share not just what they do but who they are in a world where we are not linked in monday through friday and instagram saturday and sunday. we're so much more than that.
>> you have some advice. i love this first piece of advice. congratulate yourself. >> yes, yes, so if you're having a hard time, congratulations, it means you've taken a risk, right? >> yes, right. [ applause ] yes. >> and if, you know, and it's incredibly normal. so, you know, we're all failing in small ways every day and making mistakes and don't necessarily talk about it because we're all performing on social media and that's not what real life looks like so we want to give a platform for women to not just share their accomplishments but also their tough moments. >> so congratulate yourself and know it is particularly normal and you said something about going through it. what do you mean. >> people say the only way out is through or something but the only way through is through. there's no bay ouhe he tunlut get back up.e el there is nowhere else to go and that's when you start learning.
success makes us lazy. >> and success leaves clues too. you can learn from other people's success and failures and what you are doing. you want to meet a couple over here who are big fans of girlboss. alexis and christina. [ applause ] tell us a little about your business and what advice you're looking for. >> sure. so fem power beauty is a storytelling brand that gives back. >> and we're partners in business and in life. >> they just got engaged. >> i know. [ applause ] >> congratulations. >> so basically the advice we're looking for, we're in our infancy and just launched a handful of months ago. one of our biggest challenges is building an audience and gaining community especially in a very saturated market like beauty that's filled with beauty influencers and con grom rats. how do you build that audience and cut through the noise? >> so with social media everything should be photogenic,
right? your product should market itself. we can only market through our own channels and through our friends or communities as much as possible but when you have something that's inherently shareable and beautiful or novel or something that you've created an obsession around which takes time, you learn, you listen, okay, wow, we did this one more thing and people freaked out even more, how can you keep that obsession going, that's when you know you have momentum. >> great packaging. >> it's beautiful. >> it's beautiful. >> sophia, don't you have something else to kind of help? >> yes, yes, so we're such fans of what you guys are doing at girlboss, on behalf of girlboss, we want to give you guys $5,000. congratulations. >> oh, my gosh. [ applause ] >> thank you. >> that's great. that's wonderful. >> thank you.
picnic. don't worry, if you're like me you have nothing planned. you still have time to plan. "good housekeeping's" lori bergamotto is here to save us with some great ideas. happy almost fourth of july to you. >> good morning and happy almost fourth to you. we can do this on a dime. that's the great part. we took bandannas here, cecilia, and just wrapped them up with twine. you can have fun with this, do all red, do all blue. it just makes it have a piece of american can ma. >> you might is a couple of these at home. >> also these little small galvanized bucks which if you don't have them at home. if you're a mom you probably have a lot but you can easily find them at the craft store and decorate the table with them. put paper straws, flags, flowers. cutlery. >> these are cute. >> dec them with washy tape. it's like masking tape but patterns. >> you can get this at a craft
store. >> you can do a lot with this. >> you can make it your own. >> it comes off. >> the kids can even help you. >> that's fun. okay. not complete unless we're eating fun stuff on the fourth of july. >> my favorite part in the fourth of july. we got store bought rice krispie treats and made these myself. so i'm pretty proud of myself and took candy and dipped them in. a tip i got from the "good housekeeping" test kitchen. add a little coconut oil to thin out the candy melt so it's more workable. put some sfrifkles on it and you're good to go. this picture is worth a thousand words. >> gorgeous. >> this is just a fruit flag. nice and healthy. >> kids can help with it. this is one of my faves. we got these firecracker -- take your glass of sprite, firecracker popsicles, stir them around. looking for a more grown-up option, do it with prosecco and
take a sip of that, cheers. delicious. just tastes like the fourth of july. >> so festive. so we've got food. we have decorations, now activities for us. hey, guys, and you brought helpers. >> leo, gemma and sydney, our good friend, they'll show us the rocket toss. these are recycled metal cans with duct tape on them. baby socks we filled with rice and tied with a ribbon so just have a lot of fun doing this and they're dressed also for the fourth of july. >> tell us about the outfits. >> my two kids here are in praline, american made started by two american friends and can you find those at shop praline and then where's my sydney. sydney is is in her target dress and all the accessories are from target and i am in a dress from shop bought. really festive and fun, everything under $100, most under 50 bucks. >> tell us how you do these.
>> resoikled metal can, duct tape on it and added stickers or even do it with the duct tape. have fun, you're ->> you guys d. do they pass the test? >> yes. >> you were ginger. [ applause ] >> so fun. i can't wait to get to it. you know, we're all talking gotg air time. katie back there is from parker, colorado. did you know that steamboat actually had more than 20 inches of snow just last week? she's like, yeah, it was cool where i was at and then the snow melt and look at that gorgeous waterfall. just flowing heavy. weather's not thinking about snow or waterfalls but heat. this week, this is the heat index on wednesday, 92, philadelphia. richmond, virginia, will feel good monday morning. july starting off where june left off with the low clouds and the fog. 70s around the bay today.
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television day but. this is cnco performing their blockbuster single "pretend." [ applause ] ♪ ♪ i only love you in the middle of the night that's when you're on my mind ♪ ♪ every time i get the feeling i can't fight and i know it just ain't right ♪ [ singing in foreign language ] ♪ but for now we just pretend [ singing in foreign language ] ♪ yeah, yeah ♪ yeah, i gotta love when i'm involved, yeah, i gotta show it, so it's my fault ♪ ♪ starting at a problem we can't
solve ♪ [ singing in foreign language ] ♪ i only love you in the middle of the night ♪ ♪ that's when you're on my mind ♪ ♪ every time i get the feeling i can't fight ♪ ♪ and i know it just ain't right ♪ [ singing in foreign language ] ♪ but for now we just pretend ♪ ♪ but for now we just pretend ♪ [ singing in foreign language ] ♪ yeah ♪ always looking up, la, la, la, la, never kiss and tell, that's a no-no ♪ ♪ got it so good never let go [ singing in foreign language ]
♪ i only love you in the middle of the night that's when you're on my mind ♪ ♪ every time i get the feeling i can't fight and i know it just ain't right ♪ [ singing in foreign language ] ♪ but for now we just pretend but for now we just pretend ♪ ♪ ♪ i only love you in the middle of the night ♪ ♪ that's when you're on my mind ♪ ♪ every time i get the feeling i can't fight and i know it just ain't right ♪ [ singing in foreign language ]
♪ but for now we just pretend ♪ i only love you in the middle of the night that's when you're on my mind ♪ ♪ every time i get the feeling i can't fight ♪ ♪ and i know it just ain't right ♪ [ singing in foreign language ] ♪ but for now we just pretend ♪ get, get it but for now we just pretend ♪ ♪ get, get it but for now we just pretend ♪ ♪ get, get it for now we just ♪ for now we just but for now we just pretend ♪ [ applause ] >> thank you. thank you so much. [ applause ]
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let's get up and get going. >> this is abc 7 mornings. >> good morning. i'm alexis smith from abc 7 mornings. let's check in with lisa argen for the forecast. >> good morning to you. we've had a lot of cloud cover here in the city. and also around the bay. but elsewhere, it is sunny in san jose. 63. morgan hill, 62, and looking at mid-50s here. and also in our east bay valleys, sunny skies. see some of the fog here in the upper elevation. 60 by the delta. 65 in concord. 60s coastside. >> sounds great. looking at the commute, some better news in san mateo. eastbound 92 fully back open now from an earlier crash. they had to make some repairs as well just before el camino real. and a new crash at the bay bridge toll plaza. that's reportedly in lane six just before you get to the toll booths. time for "live with kelly and ryan." we'll be back at 11:00 for "midday live." you can always find us on our news app and on >> announcer: it's
today, film, television, and broadway star laura linney," alan cumming, plus, it's definitely the season for some delicious barbecue cooking, also performing their big hit "best day of my life," american authors, all next on "live." now here are kelly ripa and ryan seacrest. >> ryan: hey. hey, hey, hey! [cheers and applause] >> kelly: [indistinct] >> ryan: whoo!