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good morning, america. speaker paul ryan vows he'll no longer defend donald trump in the wake of that leaked tape. the new polls also spelling trouble for the nominee as he warns the campaign could get even uglier. >> if they want to release more tapes saying inappropriate things, we'll continue to talk about bill and hillary clinton doing inappropriate thgs >> and overnight, hillary clinton holding her biggest rally yet as wikileaks dumps what they claim are 2,000 more private e-mails from the clinton campaign. what they say about chelsea clinton. water rising in north carolina after hurricane matthew. dams breaking. swallowing towns. thousands of people rescued. thousands more still stranded. roads completely underwater. >> we have not hit the most serious point of this flood in north carolina. >> as a new storm brews in the atlantic.
the major new warning about those exploding samsung phones. the government now telling owners everywhere to stop using them. now the cell phone giant completely stopping production of the galaxy note 7 after reports of even replacements igniting. and the woman at the center of the trump tape, nancy o'dell, speaking out. >> i feel that it's very important that i address you all directly. >> her message for donald trump as pressure mounts on the team behind "the apprentice" are there new damaging trump videos? and good morning, america. we are exactly four weeks from election day and let's take a look at these dueling rallies in the battleground states, hillary clinton and donald trump the day after that nasty debate. >> and lot of people watched those debates, george. the numbers are in and that debate drew more than 66 million viewers.
for next week. >> and in the meantime, donald trump is facing new fallout from that tape. this new poll shows him trailing hillary clinton by 11 points. but the big headline this morning developing if the republican party. who supports donald trump? abc's tom llamas is on the trail for us in pennsylvania. good morning, tom. >> reporter: robin, good morning to you. that troubling poll coming when trump and the republican party are tasing a deep trump held massive rally here. cracking jokes. claiming he won the second presidential debate. overnight, in a rare moment, donald trump sharing the spotlight. calling up a trump mini-me up on stage. the toddler all in. >> do you want to go back to them or do you want to stay with donald trump? >> trump. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: the sweet moment came after trump warned things could be getting uglier on the campaign trail.
hillary clinton systematically attacked and discredited the victims of bill clinton's sexual harassment and assault. >> reporter: trump, entering the final month of his campaign, ditching his prompters, ready to go scandal for scandal with the clintons. >> if they want to release more tapes saying inappropriate things we'll continue to talk about bill and hillary clinton doing inappropriate things. >> reporter: the republican nominee referring to this video revealing his boast about sex assault recorded 11 years ago. trump calling it locker room talk. >> you'r do it. you can do anything. >> whaer you want. >> grab them by the [ bleep ]. anything. >> reporter: but some in the trump team apparently ready to laugh off that disastrous moment. >> money for the clinton foundation, boy, that is as phony as i can't say the word because i have to be nice. i might say it back in the locker room. >> reporter: the fallout from that recording may be the final
ryan telling fellow republicans he won't defend trump and won't campaign for him. his spokeswoman saying the speaker is going to spend the next month focused entirely on protecting our congressional majorities. trump tweeting, paul ryan should spend more time on balancing the budget, jobs, and illegal immigration, and not waste his time on fighting republican nominee. meanwhile, clinton holding her biggest rally yet in ohio overnight. >> donald trump spent his time last night attacking me when he should have been apologizing. >> reporter: polls show her riding high following that trump recording. >> he is an equal opportunity insulter if there ever was one. we are better than that. we are bigger than that. >> reporter: now hillary clinton has called donald trump's allegations against her and her husband an avalanche of lies. last month, trump reminding
make sure they keep a close eye on the polls to make sure that the election is not quote stolen, again repeating his statement that the election system is rigged. >> tom, thanks very much. we move on to that wikileaks dump. thousands of e-mails appearing to come from clinton campaign chair john podesta released and abc chief investigative correspondent is here to take a look. good morning, brian. >> reporter: good morning, george. overall, the e-mails, which u.s. officials believe were hacked by the russians in an effort don't produce any big bombshells for the kremlin, but do show how clinton campaign chairman podesta had to preside over a clinton family feud. a longtime aide doug band complained about the boss' daughter chelsea calling her a spoiled brat who has nothing else to do but create issues to
her way and has a lack of focus in her life. and chelsea fires back with a kind of i'm going to tell daddy about her rival band. as "the new york times" put it this morning, all of this is less like the drama intrigue of "house of cards" and more the antics of "veep." >> they believe russia is behind it. trump not convinced. >> absolutely. intelligence officials say they are highly confident the russians are behind this. something they say they've told both candidates in those classified briefings even though trump refuses to accept that. and based on his debate performance, continues to defend pu >> okay, brian ross, thank you very much. as we said donald trump is behind double digits in the last it pot and jon karl is here with more on that. god morning, jon. >> reporter: good morning, robin. trump is in a freefall as seen in this poll. it was taken entirely after that videotape, the hot mike videotape was released but before the debate. take a look at this. as you mentioned, an 11-point lead for hillary clinton. but look at trump's number. 35%, barely over a third of voters saying they will vote for donald trump. and if you look at how much he
hillary clinton now. almost double where she was less than a month ago and, robin, in this poll we're seeing evidence that republicans in congress are suffering because of trump's implosion. if you take a look at it, set by seven points voters say they would prefer to have democrats control congress. that is the biggest lead for democrats, the lowest mark for republicans since the government shutdown three years ago, a shutdown blamed on republicans. >> and we saw as you were walking over those numbers when it comes to women and voters. hillary clinton already had a substantial lead and has built on that. >> this is a gender gap that is like nothing we've ever seen, 21-point lead for hillary clinton among women. you know, almost double where it was just a month ago. all right, thank you, jon. >> okay, let's bring this to matthew dowd right now. it looks like the dam has broke. >> i think so. if you look at the last two weeks in this, every single piece of data shows that hillary
we only have 28 days left in this race. nobody has ever come back from thown and won the presidential race. >> especially when the leader in the house is not going to defend you. that created when we've been using the term civil war. paul ryan yesterday when he was speaking with his house members faced a real backlash from conservatives who want him to support trump as well as you were predicting yesterday this has put a lot of republicans in the worst possible spot. >> absolutely -- if this is a civil and the union is broken. and i think it's more akin to a divorce, where the father got the house and the kids and a bunch of the kids don't want to stay with the father. that's where the party is right now. >> is there a real chance the democrats can take back the house? they have to pick up about 30 seats right now. it's very difficult to do that when you've got these districts that have been created to solidify the hold on the party. >> redistricting has put it in such a way you can lose the popular vote nationally. and still win, as the republicans have done over the last few elections on this. watch the number 7. if this -- if the generic ballot is above 7 the democrats have a
the house. if the generic ballot is below 7, the republicans are likely to keep the house. >> we have a month to go before the final votes, though people are voting right now. the debate next week. what are the other big things that could shake the dynamic or is the structure set? >> well, i think there's a couple of things, one, the debate is the last thing you can control in this. and then the unknowns of something getting leaked. and what happens in the wikileaks, though i think what the wikileaks things have done is basically revealed to many americans how hot dogs are made. they don't like it. it's reduced confidence in the institutions as a whole. hasn't fundamentally hurt hillary clinton but people can't trust anything coming out of washington. >> we heard from donald trump on the stump. he'll continue with this basic scorched earth approach. >> well, yeah, i think he's just adopted what the conservative talk radio is saying the campaign they want to run over the last ten years, he's running the campaign they want to run. and what it's doing we see from
be hard for him to come back from. >> matthew dowd, thanks very much. michael, we're going to switch now to the fallout from that hurricane. >> big fallout, george. take a look at these pictures. terrible scene unfolding down south. that's fayetteville, north carolina, it's still underwater thanks to hurricane matthew and, ginger, i spent a lot of time growing up in fayetteville, ft. bragg. north carolina. and it's a lot -- a long way to go there. it's not over yet. >> not even close. in major flood stage through the end of the weekend. and into next week. that's how far we have yet to go and that's without rain so people are looking at this satellite image and saying, oh, no, please tell me that is not coming our way. that's tropical storm nicole and good news for the u.s., it is not coming. bad news for bermuda who is on hurricane watch. because you're looking for it by thursday. it stays out to sea. only rip currents here. those rivers on major flood stage a lot from south carolina to virginia.
but that's where it's at its worst. the lumerton river stays at that record until saturday and that's why matt gutman is there this morning. >> reporter: hey, good morning, ginger. i want you to take a look at this housing project. the water down there is about chest high. it goes on for hundreds of yards. now, i spoke to local authorities this morning and say this place is such a mess they still haven't accounted for all of the people who may still be stranded and don't know yet how many people are still missing. this morning the water rising relentlessly. several dams and levees breaking or overwhelmed in the southern part of north carolina. swallowing most of the town of lumberton. more than 2,000 rescues since hurricane matthew dumped over a foot of rain here over the weekend. many were plucked from rooftops by helicopters. and by boat. >> it terrified me to death. i have never in my life seen so much water so quick. >> reporter: thousands more
it. we have not hit the most serious point of this flood in north carolina. >> reporter: so far, 28 lives claimed by the storm and its aftermath. many of them dying in their cars. >> i was worried about these guys here. >> reporter: we watched firsthand as this car plowed into a submerged road. these guys right now are just trying to move in there to try to pluck that person out of the car. water is moving very, very quickly. >> reporter: those good samaritans helping that man out. flooding roads cutting off the southern part of the state. this was just a drainage creek. but that floodwater came tearing through here ripping out the entirety of this bridge and accepting debris hundreds of yards in that direction. i-95 mostly impassable along a 70-mile stretch. roads that are passable are backed up with traffic. hundreds of families like the glovers stranded. >> i'm really worried about my kids the most thing. trying to find any way to get to the house. >> reporter: now, you notice that it's dark here except for
that's because nearly a million people across the southeast, many of them here in north carolina, are still without power. and i want to show you guys a little bit of the scope of this flooding. i'm going to keep trudging this way through the water. it goes on for hundreds and hundreds of yards in that direction. and of course in that direction. and so many people thought that they could seek refuge from hurricane matthew here in these inland areas far away from the ocean. but the this turned out to be by far the hardest h and as ginger just mentioned, these floodwaters are not expected to recede from their forecast record for at least a couple of days so lots of bad news ahead. and hard times for these folks here. rob snn >> unfortunately so, matt, thank you. hurricane matthew as we all know also devastated haiti. the death toll there climbing and groups are now calling it a major humanitarian disaster. david wright is in port-au-prince for us. good morning, david. >> reporter: good morning, robin. hurricane matthew was a wrecking ball here in haiti. up to 90% of the homes in the
either damaged or destroyed. we've been to jeramie. an entire city that is picking up the pieces. and this region was the breadbasket of haiti, so the haitian president is warning down the road there could be fam anyone. aid has started to arrive but the need is overwhelming. 1.4 million people in urgent need of help and one of the most troubling signs we saw was that the local hospital, the hospital itself badly damaged by the storm, they've set up a cholera ward out back in the open air. the conditions are squalid. dozens of new patients checking in every day. some two to a bed. after the earthquake in 2010 there was a cholera epidemic and 10,000 people died. george. >> such a sad situation. okay, david, thanks very much. we move on to new trouble for samsung. the company halting production of the galaxy note 7 phone amid
overheat and catch fire. abc's rebecca jarvis here with the latest. good morning, rebecca. >> reporter: george, good morning. that's right. the warning is coming after at least five reports of galaxy note 7 replacement phones this morning samsung announcing it is halting production telling anybody with one of these phones should immediately power down, stop using the phone as the company conducts a full investigation into what's causing these problems. this morning the replacement galaxy note 7, the phone that allegedly did this. >> i saw a small red burst and then it started to smoke. sizzle and burn on the nightstand. >> reporter: a >> i saw smoke and i threw it on the floor. >> reporter: now the subject of a new government warning, regulators telling every galaxy note 7 owner even those carrying the new replacements, to power down and stop using the phone immediately. after reports of at least five fires in the new replacement devices, including one that caught fire aboard a southwest flight. >> 994. got smoke in the cabin. can you send the emergency
houston restaurant. samsung echoing the warning instructing all carrier and retail partners globally and locally to stop sales and exchanging while the company investigates. earlier monday all four major wireless carriers suspending sales and exchanges of the new phone meant to replace the original galaxy note 7 after nearly 100 reported fires like this one that set an suv ablaze. >> this is a black eye for the recall system. and samsung, though, needs to step up now and fix it. >> reporter: the faa now extending their warning to include those new replacement phones, telling passenger to keep them turned off, too. samsung now says it is working with relevant regulatory bodies to investigate the recently reported cases. >> a thousand what ifs ran through my head, what if my son or daughter were playing with it? what if it was in my pocket? >> reporter: now if you own one of these phones, the original or the replacement, no matter when
carriers say they will exchange the device for a different model. that's what samsung is recommending. that's what i would recommend, do it now. get it done. >> samsung now stopping production of the phones. this is a real blow to the company. >> this is a nightmare for the company. the original recall analysts thought would cost the company a billion dollars. now that number is $17 billion because they were supposed to sell about 19 million of these phones. that could be a big deal for the company. but keep in mind this is a company that is billion. ultimately a problem but not necessarily the end of the world for them. >> they can absorb it. >> yeah, they can absorb it. >> okay, rebecca, thanks very much. >> wow. a lot of absorbing. big baseball news, everybody. the san francisco giants, they're still in it. 13 innings. over five hours. you see that hit right there. that's by a guy named joe panik. yeah, that's his real name. a walkoff double last night. they defeated the chicago cubs.
so that 108-year curse, you know, don't get nervous, chicago. you still got a shot. >> don't panic, if you will. >> don't panic. joe didn't. and speaking of elimination. the red sox are out, everybody. swept by the indians losing 4-3 and also the final game for big papi, david ortiz, there he is right there. saluting the fans, he's a fan favorite for 14 years. >> look at those tears. >> shedding some tears and he ran out. saluted them and he called them the best fans worldwide. >> 15-minute ovation. he deserved every second of it, george. this guy has been an amazing player for the red sox and great for baseball for a long time. >> he has. he really has. let's get back down to ginger with a new fire sparking evacuations in california. >> yeah, napa. so evacuations actually taking place this morning and we go ahead and look at this fire, 45 acres. 20% contained in what is called the creek fire. and it's not -- we're going to have to watch this one.
good morning, it's 7:19. here's your first alert highs in the mid-to upper 70s. both in parker and denver, we're going to see a mix of sun and clouds this morning. a chance for a few showers this afternoon. our highs around 75 to 77 degrees. and then again pretty ild tonight. it will be cooler tomorrow morning. upper 30s to low 40s along the front range. it's also a lot cooler tomorrow
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get your free credit scorecard at discover.com. even if you're not a customer. welcome back to "gma." that is nancy o'dell right there. she spoke out overnight about being at the center of that leaked donald trump tape. this morning, pressure mounting on "the apprentice" team to see if more damaging tapes exist. right now, donald trump and hillary clinton heading both to florida with just four wks a new poll shows clinton with an 11-point lead after that fallout over trump's leaked tape. and north carolina is in a state of emergency from that massive flooding left in hurricane matthew's wake. president obama now signing a disaster declaration for the area. it will provide federal funding to those affected by the storm. and the late night comedians, they had a field day. they got plenty of fresh material from the presidential debate and a new star was born
voter who became a social media sensation in his red sweater. well, he had a chance to catch up with jimmy kimmel. take a look. >> how did you ever get such a fresh and cool style? >> i think the short answer is that my wife dresses me like all great americans. >> i guess he's going along with it. we're going to have a lot more but all these late night laughs and all the fun they had with it. coming up. >> big hit, sold out. the red sweater sold out. yes. i kid you not. yep. but right now, that fallout into the leaked tape, donald trump facing it, as nancy o'dell opens up as we said about being the focus of trump's comments. reports that more tapes could be coming out there. and linsey davis has the story. >> reporter: tweets are now coming in from the host of the british version of "the
release what he calls some, quote, real gems from trump's time on the show and nancy o'dell is breaking her silence on air saying dona trump's locker room defense is no excuse for objectifying women. the woman at the center of that explosive tape is now speaking out. >> there is no room for objectification of women or anyone for that matter. not even in the locker room. >> reporter: nancy o'dell is tackling donald trump's hot mike conversation heard around the world. >> i did try and [ bleep ] her. she was married then all of a sudden i see her and she's got the big phony [ bleep ] and she's all of a her looks. >> reporter: she spoke out on monday. >> as a mom, iave to add our kids especially our young girls need to know that their hard work, their achievements, their intelligent, their heart are most important. ? money money money money ? >> reporter: on monday "the huffington post" reported it received an unedited transcript from "apprentice" featuring emily west. trump reportedly made fun of her looks. saying don't put this [ expletive ] on the show.
[ expletive ] dermatology and fox news anchor geraldo rivera said he's been combing through his interviews with trump. >> we've just been starting to go through the tapes now and there are some statements that in the context of the current climate would be i think -- would be embarrassing. >> reporter: now tv exec mark burnett, the man behind "the apprentice" and "celebrity apprentice" is in the hot with many calling him and the owner of mgm to turn over tapes that some say contain damaging material on it. burnett was the focus of jimmy kimmel's emmy monologue last month. >> if donald trump gets elected and builds that wall, the first person we're throwing over it is mark burnett. >> reporter: burnett and mgm
to release footage or other material from "the apprentice." and has consistently supported democratic campaigns. >> there's a lot of legal quicksands in term of these outtakes. that's why they haven't been released. >> reporter: and as of monday, there's now a go fund me page that's raised more than $23,000 with the goal of raising $5 million to go directly to mitigating any legal costs for a poteial whistle-blower with damning footage of donald trump. george? >> okay, let's talk about it with our legal team. dan abrams and nancy grace here. you're here to talk about "murder in the courthouse." >> that's real blood on there, by the way. >> my blood. it turns out. yeah. >> so, dan, how about this claim from mark burnett he can't release the tapes. >> look, as a legal matter, he may be right, that he signed a contract that said that he's only allowed to release it for x, y and z reasons. that's a different question from saying is he actually trying to prevent people from -- he says he's not. but he can say i'm not technically allowed to do it.
can't get out. there are other ways for mark burnett to say i signed an agreement, doesn't really tell us a whole lot. >> is this $5 million fine even enforceable? >> well, number one. it's -- there's the blame game. burnett is saying, it's not me, it's mgm. he is right. mgm, not nbc but mgm could release it if they wanted to. however, there is a multimillion dollar punishment for anyone that leaks it. yes, that nondisclosure is real. if it was held against someone they probably would appeal it forever. but here's the reality. when you don't know a horse, people, look at his track record. did trump say it? of course he said it but is he going to be punished? differently than anybody else under the law, no. now, there is precedent for them to get this under chevron vs. burlinger, "crude" was the movie
federal judge actually insisted they have the outtakes. >> trump organization's is facing 20 lawsuits for sexual harassment, discrimination. could one of those lawyers in those cases compel the release of this? >> those are civil lawsuits, right? you can't go in on a fishing expedition and say maybe possibly they have something and as a result give us everything you have. right. you can't do that. you've got to be specific. you got to be able to say, here's what we're looking for. we know that they have x, y, and it is directly relevant to our case. you can't just say -- >> you'll never get it before the election. even if they get a judge to order it they'll appeal it. >> correct. >> it will be all over with. and by november the 10th, nobody will want to do it anymore. >> the only way it's coming out is if it's secretly leaked. >> if they read my book they may i'm inviting.rs on national tv, don't get your feelings hurt. i'm inviting dan abrams to my place, there's going to be popcorn to watch the movie.
"movies and mysteries." let's be clear about that. >> okay. >> thank you. >> i heard popcorn your place and i'm thinking, i don't know. i was getting nervous. >> october 23, 9:00 eastern. movie "murder with love." >> wow. okay. >> and this is out today. >> fantastic. >> congratulations on your book. >> let's go over to robin. >> it sounds like a date to us. it certainly does. coming up in two minutes, the 4-year-old amber alert that didn't go off when it could have. how she was finally found.
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when the federal government wanted to increase grazing fees, senator bennet stepped up and helped put a stop that. he commits to his word, and that means a lot to a guy like me. i'm a republican, but i know that michael bennet trusts us and we trust him. i'm michael bennet and i approve this message. time now for our big board and team of insiders standing by for more on this morning's top stories. dr. richard besser is here at the table with us. his story in just a moment. we wanted to begin with a major relief for a family whose little girl was abducted in florida. finally found safe days later in tennessee after a frantic search
but now controversy erupting over a delay in her amber alert. abc's eva pilgrim is in lakeland, florida. so, eva, bring us up to speed on what happened here. >> reporter: well, robin, 4-year-old rebecca lewis was allegedly taken from her family's home saturday morning by longtime family friend west hoggs. when should other states issue amber alerts? the sheriff concerned he would leave florida so he got on the phone and he started calling he this is because ho dprksggs is m alabama and a truck driver who nose interstates well. so alabama and georgia both issue amber alerts. tennessee saying no. rebecca is spotted in florida. she's spotted in georgia and then a park ranger in tennessee sees the pair, speaks to them.
that he is waiting on the girl's mom. so that park ranger lets them go. then he sees a police bulletin, realizes she had a missing girl. by the time he has that realization the pair are gone. the state of tennessee then issued the amber alert and as -- because of that amber alert, this little girl was found. a hospital employee in memphis noticed them and called police. >> and, eva, the florida sheriff has harsh words for tennessee, take a look at this. >> the state of tennessee chose not to do an amber alert when we asked them to. well, here's a news flash, tennessee. he was there. >> but what was the reason for not issuing the amber alert? >> well, michael, tennessee says that they had no reason to think he was there. so that's why they issued the police bulletin. really interesting statistic, though, to keep in mind the national center for missing & exploited children says there were only 11 interstate amber alerts last year. nine of those cases, the
that were different from the one that they were kidnapped in. >> that's very enlightening. >> good reason to do that. >> to just do it and put it out there. it can't hurt anything. thank you, eva. now to a fiery new interview with the attorney for jonbenet ramsey's brother burke. lin wood speaking out. sunny hostin joins us now. sunny, in this show that has this -- created this lawsuit, it's been 9-year-old burke did -- was the murderer of his sister, jonbenet. what did you take from this interview? >> i took the fact that burke hired the best of the best of the best attorneys in this area. this is what he specializes in. he's called a libel specialist and has won these burke did it claims against "the new york post," michael. he's won them against court
if lin wood sues you for libel, you got to start shaking in your boots because he knows how to do this. he even represented richard jewell, remember the security guard wrongfully accused of the atlanta bombing, he represented him successfully. you don't want this guy coming at you. >> some people are wondering why he would allow burke to talk after all these years. was silent for 20 years then speaks on -- with dr. phil. >> there was a little bit of inside baseball going on because dr. phil is also represented by lin wood, this attorney, so lin wood says the reason he allowed burke to speak to dr. phil was because he thought once the cbs docu-series saw this interview, they would take their ball and go home. it would not air. of course, that did not happen. >> we have a statement from cbs and said in part, cbs stands by the broadcast and will do so in court. so do you think burke ramsey has a case? >> does he have a case? remember, i called this a while ago when we covered this case. cbs has to show that these
against burke ramsey are true. remember, this case has been going on for 20 years, law enforcement officials haven't been able to prove that burke ramsey killed his sister. how does cbs show that this is true? this is a very difficult case to defend. >> lin wood sued all these others and has won and you can't prove it, why would you even go near it? >> good question, michael. >> yeah. >> all right. >> all right. that could make you rethink your trip to the gym to blow off steam. because according to research in the american heart association's journal "circulation," exercising while angry could increase your risk of a heart attack. okay, dr. besser. i mean, this is a serious matter. >> yeah. >> what does this mean? >> it's a large multinational study. they looked at more than 12,000 people who had a first heart attack. and they were trying to identify what is the trigger?
what they found 8% were due to somebody being angry or upset. 8% were due to strenuous exercise. and if you were angry and did strenuous exercise, the risk was even greater. >> so if you're angry, a lot to go to the gym to blow off steam. a lot of times i'm angry i have to go to the gym. so what do you do, stay at home? >> i don't think so. so, there's a lot of studies that show exercise, long-term exercise is good for your heart. and there are a number of in terms of being angry and exercising. it couldn't look at, you know, did you exercise instead of getting into a car and driving when you were mad? did it help your mental health? did it cut down on your risk of having an user or getting in a fight with somebody. it just looked at this one slice so i would take that with a grain of salt. >> okay. and as we go away want to give a shoutout to a friend of yours. that's here in the studio and describe who she is. >> so jolene is here. she was my next door neighbor in
heart transplant surgeons there in the country. there she is. >> yes. >> she and her friends are here visiting. >> you're doing this study about hearts. >> i told her we'd pull her in and get her comment and she said, absolutely no. >> thank you, dr. besser. sunny and eva, thank you very much. we appreciate you. coming up our exclusive interview with country singer "dancing" star jana kramer about her secret struggle. and all the comedy and more on the big stars coming out of the debate. the big star, right there. just two m >> nice sweater. >> yeah.
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release this tape a year ago? >> trump admits it was a low point for him. not the comments but riding the bus. they tried to tell me it was a all the limo. >> trump campaign manager kellyanne conway said this morning that last night's debate was a good night for democracy. but i think what she really meant was, good night, democracy. >> of all the stuff can you imagine how pissed he must have been when he heard arnold schwarzenegger wasn't supporting i mean, i would have loved to have been the fly on hillary's face when that news came in. >> oh, okay. all right. who won, trump, clinton, who cares? the big winner of the night was this guy, take a look at mr. ken bone. he became a star of the night. there he is, he asked the next to the last question of the evening and he became an internet sensation. now, other video we can show. look at him mingling casually hanging out with the president, former president came over to speak to him. wanted to say hello.
let's throw up one of the first. everybody was calling him the hero that everybody needs. that is one of them there. the outfit he was wearing became a big deal and a lot of people say they're going as this guy for halloween. that's the outfit. they got the whole outfit with the microphone and like you said earlier, robin, that sweater has sold out at this point. but you know what it was? he was the adult that america needed at the time. he asked an important question about energy policy and he was just an adult at a time that we had a nasty debate. >> and now a hero. >> he's a hero. >> t.j., thas
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at 7:56. reap leaders -- he's hoping to keep supporters in battleground states like colorado. trump's son eric continues a visit to our state. amanda del castillo is live in greeley with a look ahead >>reporter: we're expecting donald's trump eric to speak in expanding its colorado ground game following or ahead of rather the november 8th presidential election. now, the event today is focusing on the opening of the weld county campaign offices here along 71st avenue in greeley. this visit follows a small business roundtable in greenwood village yesterday. today is the latest visit in last -- in the laat several weeks from someone in
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. civil war in the gop. speaker paul ryan says he'll never again campaign for donald trump as the nominees get back on the trail. >> do you want to go back to them or stay with donald trump? a new poll spells real trouble for trump as hillary clinton holds her biggest rally yet. >> he is an equal opportun we are better than that. we are bigger than that. >> 2,000 more private e-mails from the clinton campaign dumped by wikileaks. what they say about chelsea. secret struggle. actress and country music artist jana kramer who stuns week after week on "dancing" opening up for the first time about surviving horrific abuse during her first marriage. >> take me from this place so i don't have to be here anymore because i don't know how to get out. >> and her recent surprise
? break free ? picture perfect. the photo revealing the ultimate dad hack. how one ohio father tamed the triplets in the backseat and stopped all the fighting over snacks. all that, and get ready for cookie, taraji p. henson is here live, and she's saying -- >> good morning, america. ? ah, taraji p. henson is something. good morning, america. great tuesday. can't wait to talk to her. i love the title, "around the way girl." she's been working so hard to be where she is. it's a beautiful book and we'll talk to her about. >> we'll hear all about it. we've got all kinds of stars coming here every single day. last week, ben affleck, michael, you found out what a die-hard fan he is.
the hair stood up on the back of his neck. he is a die-hard boston guy. >> he was like -- you tried. his devotion to his boston teams so big, wait until you hear what he did at his own movie premiere coming up. >> that's coming up in "pop news." >> now the morning rundown from paula faris. >> good morning, everyone and hello. the big story, the civil war and republican party, donald trump facing more fallout from that audiotape filled with lewd remarks about women. the most powerful republican in washington has all but given up on him and now trump is responding taking aim at both abc's tom llamas has all the latest for us. hi, tom. >> reporter: paula, good morning. the big story this morning, that deep divide between donald trump and speaker paul ryan, a fellow republican. paul ryan telling other house republicans he's done campaigning and defending donald trump. and trump firing back on twitter saying, "the speaker should focus more on balancing the budget instead of fighting with the republican nominee." now, this comes at a time that trump is claiming he won the second presidential debate, but he's facing a very troubling
far out in front and a funny moment last night here in pennsylvania. donald trump bringing up a mini-me up on stage and then asking that toddler who he wanted to go with, his parents or with donald trump. the little boy said trump. paula. >> all right, tom, thank you. and hillary clinton, meantime, is campaigning in florida today with al gore. the clinton campaign is hoping gore's fight against climate change will help attract young voters. meantime, wikileaks is out with thousa chairman john podesta's private account. now, they don't really include any bombshells but in one batch of e-mails, an aide to bill clinton refers to chelsea clinton as a, quote, spoiled brat with a lack of focus in her life. and the floodwaters are still rising in north carolina. officials call the damage catastrophic. this is all, of course, in the aftermath of hurricane matthew. feet of water are inundating homes. eight dams have broken in the state. nearly 1,500 people had to be
and now there's concern about another dam giving way. some rivers could continue to rise for days. and the president of haiti is warning of a famine if his country doesn't get urgently needed supplies. the hurricane death toll has surpassed 1,000, and there is growing concerns about a cholera epidemic. right now 750,000 people need assistance. and we do have breaking news overnight. samsung has halted production of its galaxy note 7 smartphone at least five replacement phones have caught fire since last month's recall. now, owners are being told to power off these devices immediately. and police are investigating another creepy clown sighting. this one happened in detroit, and it was especially dangerous. video shows the clown hitching a ride on the back of a city bus. police are stepping up patrols. suspicious clown sightings have been reported in dozens of
schools raising security concerns. finally a dad from ohio getting an "a" in creative parenting 101. we've been showing you this photo all morning. jake white came up with a simple solution to keep his 2-year-old triplets from fighting in the backseat. what you're looking at, a couple of pieces of foam core to act as dividers. it is brilliant. in the last week his selfie has been shared by blogs and newspapers around the world. we know it's very affordable so you can have peace in your home for under $15. if fact, if you guys want peace at the desk, you know, michae >> just foam core right there. just block them right out. >> don't give producers any ideas. you know that's going to happen next. great to have you here, paula. >> that's amazing. >> news that goes pop. >> indeed, good morning to you all and to you. and the name is craig, daniel craig who infamously said he would rather, and i quote, slash his wrists than continue to play thiconic character of james bond. now, though, he may be changing his tune. speaking at the new yorker
explained that, well, after a year away from the gig and some time back with his family and maybe some other things. ? money money money money money ? >> a little perspective. saying if i were to stop doing it, i would miss it terribly. what was that song? ? money money money ? ? money ? >> he gets a massive kick out of it and if he can keep getting a kick out of it, he will. what do you know? looks like someone has rebonded with the role that made him a household name. >> so, is it done? >> it is not officially done. we it is not officially done but based on this, it sounds like take him back. >> how do you like your humble pie served. shaken, not stirred. >> it might be twofold. it could be money -- i spent time with my family. i have to get out of the house. >> that's true. >> hey, remember we were all like, ooh, why you got to say that. so anyway, i thought you would be interested in that. >> he's great at it. >> i loved him in the role so i'm -- >> i hope he does it.
? money money money money money ? next up, drake takes the cake rack up a record 14 -- no, make that 15 american music award nominations topping even the great michael jackson. the rapper leading the way, god, i love this song. >> i love that dance. >> he leads the way for all nominees in an array including artist of the year, favorite album, favorite rap artist. other nominees, i should say include rihanna, adele, just and you can catch them all and all the ama action live november 20th, where? >> right here on abc. >> but if he has 13, he's probably in like one-third of the awards or half. >> yes, good. >> good for him. >> i will be watching. >> lots of speeches. >> yeah. and then finally, ben affleck, as we teased earlier, made fellow red sox fans very proud after making his priorities clear even on the red carpet
new film at the premiere, "the accountant" so he could cheer for his bosox as they tried to fend off the cleveland indians in the american league division series. this isn't the first time the arc has dropped everything to check in on one of his teams. he checked the patriots score in the middle of an interview. unfortunately for the boston native the sox needed a little more than ben's loyalty. they were swept by the indians in the series losing three games in a row. >> ouch. >> you're a little excited. >> not bad. news." >> all right. lara, thank you very much. coming up, the new procedure exploding in popularity that really beefs up your eyebrows. does it work, and is it the secret to making them bold, beautiful and full? and an exclusive with "dancing's" jana kramer opening up about her secret battle and motherhood. we have that coming up next on "gma."
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life is all about ? there is jana kramer on "dancing with the stars" last night. she shell greated her most memorable year and is now speaking out about her marital troubles and spoke with abc's kayna whitworth and kayna joins us from l.a. hey, kayna. >> reporter: george, good morning. she said she barely made it out of her first marriage alive and she's choosing national domestic awareness month as the time to empower other women to get out of abusive relationships. >> hi. >> reporter: from the outside looking in, actress turned country music sensation jana kramer -- ? i got the boy and she got the man ? >> reporter: -- seems to have it all. >> my mom told me from day one, never let anyone steal your life to you and i didn't listen. >> reporter: the 32-year-old speaking out about the years she spent living in darkness, a victim of domestic violence. >> i'll never forget sitting in the bushes. how the heck -- like i'm hiding in my bushes.
here? >> reporter: that was the night she says she was almost murdered by her first husband, michael gambino. what happened? >> this happened a lot. he would come home from a night out at the club and literally take me out of my bed and throw me onto the ground. he said he was going to kill me. he choked me and did all those things then i was like, this is it. >> you felt like you came face-to-face with the end of your life. >> yeah, my grandpa has always been my angel, and i remember praying because i don't know how to get out of this situation, so if there is a happier place like let me come to you or either save me or take me from this place so i don't have to be here anymore because i don't know how to get out, and when -- when we were struggling, he was choking me and i see everything, i see my mom. i see my funeral. like i literally have that flash
remember like i screamed out my mom's name like, and that's the last thing i remember. >> reporter: she was only 19, a rising star and had just landed her first major movie role. >> he started to verbally be abusive then it would grab the arms, black eye. he was manipulating me to feel like it was my fault and so many women that are in abusive situations feel like it's -- they're the reason for this. and the truth of the matter is they're not. >> reporter: gambino was convicted of premeditated attempted murder. after five years in prison he she lived in fear until she got the news that changed everything. >> i remember getting the call that he committed suicide, and i felt bad because my first feeling was relief that he was gone, that i didn't have to worry about him anymore. >> reporter: after a second brief marriage and a broken engage many, kramer thought she
daughter jolie, but as she prepped for "dancing with the stars," news that rocked her world yet again, her husband's string of infidelities. he has publicly apologized. >> he is doing all the work that he's supposed to be doing right now, and i acknowledge that and i see that. >> reporter: now she plans to use her platform and voice to help empower women everywhere starting with herself. through l >> that i'm so much stronger than i ever thought was possible and i am worthy of a great love and i know that i am truly enough just me. >> she is resilient, and today jana says her biggest priority is being strong for her daughter and creating a happy household however that looks. george. >> okay. kayna, thanks very much. all of you at home can see more of jana's story tonight on "nightline." coming up next here we got that popular new beauty treatment.
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how many people say to you, i want to be cookie when i grow up? >> a lot of people. >> add me to the list. because i'm right with them. she has a candid new memoir. a lot to share with us. we can't wait to hear more from you. all right. good morning, it's 8:21. we have cloud cover this morning. here's a look from our vero camera in linnman. a mix of sun and clouds mid-day. temperatures, right now 50s. 10 degrees warmer by 10:00. mid-to upper 70s this afternoon. there's a chance for a few showers later tod right now it's time for our cutting-edge beauty series, and this morning it's all about the brows and a new technique to fill them in that could last up to three years.
taking a closer look. hi, mara. >> lara, good morning. imagine having the eyebrows of your dreams without having to use any gels, pencils or shadows to get them. well, for those of us with overplucked or thin brows or no brows at all, a temporary eyebrow tattoo could be the answer. big, bold brows, one of hollywood's hottest red carpet looks seen on everyone from cara delevingne to keira knightley. and now there's a new way to get that look and it c some cases for up to three years. >> it is more superficial and not quite as long-lasting as outright tattooing. >> reporter: it's called microblading other embroidery, a semi-permanent eye tattoo using fine brush strokes to mimic tiny eyebrow hairs. bella thorne demoing it snapchatting it this summer.
ink is in high demand. >> it's hot fire already but it's really starting to get huge. >> reporter: milin says the process starts with sketching the eyebrows with a pencil before beginning the microblading process. an anesthetic is added for numbing then tiny scratches are made before injecting a temporary dye that fades over time. but while it may be convenient, doctors warn if not done right, it could make brows look much worse. >>he like infection and scarring. >> reporter: the procedure costs anywhere from $500 to $1,500. but it lasts one to three years which some say is priceless. >> i think they came out amazing and my mornings will be a lot quicker so i'm happy about that. >> now, the procedure itself takes up to two hours, and it takes about a month to heal. in terms of maintenance, you do
day for two weeks and also have to initially avoid things like sweating in the sun but sign me up because when i wash my face my eyebrows disappear. >> me too and then a big egg face. thank, you mara. we'll talk more about it with "allure" magazine's editor in chief michelle lee. welcome back. impeccably grested as always. >> thank you. >> so, talk to me about safety and pain, two big concerns i'm sure for everybody here. >> yep, absolutely. the befores and afters are amazing and obviously such an incredible procedure that people are excited about. there are some risks involved but as with everything you have to make sure you do your research and fin >> what about the risks? >> as for risks i mean it's sort of like tattooing. in that again if you have somebody great -- there are some risks, infection, but honestly in most cases you're not going to have a problem. >> okay, and then pain level. >> pain level, it really depends on your pain threshold but in most cases people who have done it says it feels like a pinch and we've actually got our model here today, hannah, who just had it done this morning. you look amazing. >> oh. >> did it hurt? >> they look fabulous. >> i will say, though, it is expensive.
at home everyone can do a similar look with just a few products. >> when you say expensive, i'm looking at hannah, by the way. your brows are fabulous. what are we talking? >> hundreds of dollars. it's about 500 all the way up to about 900, so it's not cheap and it does take a while to do so luckily we've got some products. >> if you were a '90s girl, you had no eyebrows because back it lasts for three people. it might be a long-term -- >> it is a natural look. >> if you want to use your own makeup at home. >> we have this animation over here that shows how to find the right brow shape for your face. so everybody has a pencil at home and everybody has a brow. so what you do is you put that pencil next to your nose and stick it all the way straight up. that's going to be the inner corner of your brow. what you do is keep the bottom of the pencil on your nose and angle it out towards the outside corner of your pupil. this will be the highest point of your arch and that you can use as your guide to fill
more of an arch. some like less. do you have a product? i see you have many. >> brow promade. and crayon that we used on lizzie. the other thing is not one brow shape is great for every person's face. so lizzie here has somewhat more of a square face so she can take a really nice bold brow. you can see the before and after on her which looks amazing. >> yeah, really, really nice, lizzie. all right. and it's called brow embroidery or microblading? >> yes, exactly. procedure that people can do and it is a bit time saver. >> michelle lee, we always love having you. thank you for helping us with cutting-edge beauty. "allure" magazine on stands now and taraji p. henson is back with us on "good morning
8:27. now. a denver homeowner could face mr shooting two teenage boys in his backyard. on sunday 15-year old mosley was killed and a 14-year old may be paralyzed after the shooting. police arrested 48-year old keith hammock the homeowner. he said his motion detector light went on in his backyd. people on the ground. police found a 22-caliber, a similar size bullet was found in the victim's chest. police arrested a man who was involved in a deadly hit-and-run. he created a multi car crash that left 1 person dead. it happened at i-70. police will release the suspect and charges today. it's 8:27. take a look at
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? you're so beautiful ? [ applause ] welcome back to "gma." welcome to our great audience in times square this morning. >> we have a great audience. george, but we also have a very special guest. she's a golden globe-winning actress here with something sweet this morning. give it up, everybody, for taraji p. henson. ? you're so beautiful ? >> handing out cookies. >> i have cookies. [ applause ] >> good morning, beauty. mwah. >> good morning. >> happy for you. >> look at you. >> look at you. >> how are you? >> great. >> how are you? >> mwah. >> i like to hug, though. i like to hug. >> you do. >> i'm a southern girl.
moment with the cookie like that. >> whenever i have cookies i pass them out. i guess that's my job now. >> i'll be honest with you. i saw you walking out with the cookies and aim like, i'm getting a cookie. you were out before you got here. >> i had to pass them out. >> correction. you're getting "the" cookie. >> even better. >> yep. >> so excited about "empire" back for another season. >> oh, my goodness. me too. >> it's exciting? >> it's very exciting. i love where cookie is goi cookie. you know, she's co-ceo of a multibillion dollar company. she can't slap people around anymore. she has to be very diplomatic so i love that and it's going to be great for the audience to see her struggle to bite her tongue when people come for her. >> because she never has before. >> oh, it's so hard. it's so hard. >> well, you've written a beautiful book that we're going to talk to you in a little bit, a little later about that.
you may not even notice, but we got a little cookie was here. >> cookie was here. >> yeah, you were here. you're in times square. there you are. >> oh, oh. >> cookie. yes. >> i forgot that. >> purple is the royal color. >> robin, that is you. how do you think robin did? >> i think robin gettance "a" plus. >> thank you. > when i want to go on vacation and they're filming. >> oh, wait a minute. don't go there. don't go there. i wasn't the only one who was cookie for halloween. >> oh, i remember -- now, that i remember. i remember that. >> you don't want to go there. >> you might remember that. i'm trying to forget. how about that? >> we don't get to see the tape? >> no! no tape. >> where is my phone? >> you put it on your phone. >> oh, it's been burned. no evidence of that. but now when you're going to join us for our topics here. >> just jump in. >> this is -- >> jump in.
california decided to go to las vegas. he said first trip in 23 years without his wife anywhere -- >> by himself. >> went to las vegas. >> oh, he would go to vegas. he couldn't go to italy without his wife, could he? he had to go to vegas. go ahead. >> she had to take care of him so she made a little necklace for him. let's show it right here. we have it up there. my name is jim. if i look lost please call my wife kim gig. wife kim gip. if i am in a restaurant just staring at the menu, please order me some sort of asian i've never been away from my wife who does everything for me. their son -- there he is right there -- their son tweeted a picture of the necklace. it went absolutely viral. it's gone all over. 70,000 likes right now. i still can't -- 23 years. >> let me tell you something, there's no way he wore that the second he walked out of that house. >> not in vegas. >> you think he went to vegas and put that on. you can get lost in vegas.
>> i don't though how that would go over. >> your soul could get -- i wouldn't have sent him by himself to vegas. i'm sorry. i would have sent him to disneyland. >> first trip. >> first trip. >> 23 years without a trip without your wife. >> have you all taken without your spouses and gone on vacation. >> it wasn't just vacation. i don't think he had been away on work -- i've gone a couple days at a time. not often. [ laughter ] >> hey, george -- >> he's trying to be safe. >> you got to stick the landing. don't be afraid. yeah, i went on some trips by myself without my wife, yeah. >> i think you should play it safe. >> i did the right thing. you -- >> yeah. >> i'm feeling good. >> don't listen to him. don't listen to him. >> she's watching. >> i'm sure. >> yeah, it's good. you need a little time apart sometimes to go collect your thoughts. >> it's healthy, i'm sure. >> sure. >> absolutely. >> just not in vegas. >> i mean, you know, i wouldn't, all right. all right. >> ready to move on?
>> we're going to save the gentlemen. okay, so there's a guy who is handing out cards because he's very tall. and his name is logan camden, and he's 6'7" and he's tired -- he got -- not tired because he's a sweet guy but any time someone says the usual questions, he passes out this business card which says, yes, i am tall, you're very observant for noticing. 6'7". yes, really. no, i don't play basketball. i'm so glad we had this conversation. >> oh, that's neat. >> that's neat, yes. >> that's a sweet way to be sarcastic. >> i'm really feeling his pain. >> yes. [ laughter and applause ] sarcasm.
>> i'm going to make a card. my card is going to say sh, yes, i play cookie on tv. no, i am not cookie right now. when you call me cookie, it reminds me of work. please call me taraji unless you're on the set of "empire." >> that's a big card. that's a long card. [ applause ] yes. >> i mean, i feel like it does sort of complete the -- >> yes, it's nice. you know, i love you. i'm going to >> yeah. >> instead of a card. >> that's a great idea. >> would yours be more about sports or tv? >> mine would be, yes, i am that guy who looks like the guy you say i look like. you look like michael strahan. and then i'm like, yeah, i get that all the time, and then even if i say, yes, i am, they'll go, no, you're not. >> i get it too. >> no, we didn't go to high
is going to win. >> robin. anything? >> everyone is always talking about height, and i go, yes, 5'10", yes, worth the climb. 5'10", worth the climb. >> whoa! >> good morning, america! >> you weigh in. >> usually it's about flea marketing. when i go to flea ma markets, so it's true so i would say people just want to know about sort of what i buy, do i really, you know -- >> what do you buy? >> a lot. two storage units filled. i know, it's a problem. some people call it hoarding. i call it collecting. >> you're not alone. >> the way you say you're like the elvis -- ? i'm going to buy this lamp ? [ laughter ] ? what a good deal ? >> that was fun.
>> and when we come back we are going to talk more about your fabulous book. >> yes. >> how you got to where you are. we cracked open the vault. we did with you. yeah. cracked open the vault. your performance at the 2006 academy awards singing that year's best original song for the movie "hustle and flow." remember that. that was good. >> loved that movie. loved that movie.
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? you're so beautiful ? welcome back to "good morning america." look at my friends from wisconsin. they say, oh, this isn't that cold but let me tell you, this is chilly. we had frost advisories just outside the city. look where they're making snow. killington, vermont, so it's happening. turning over but don't worry if you're sticking around. all in new york, highs in the 70s by the time -- she said, yes. okay, more with taraji p. henson and this weather brought to you by prudential. we love tennessee, too. that's interesting. everybody, this is exciting out here. right? you can cheer. all right, let's go ahead back inside to robin. >> all right, ginger, thank you.
award-winning actress taraji p. henson. her new book "around the way girl: a memoir" is beautiful. it is hot off the presses and great to have you here with us. i love reading this book. people not familiar with the phrase around the girl way -- around the way, girl. >> if you've never heard of the handsome hip-hop rap star l.l. cool j., he did a song about it, yes. and i mean, he was talking about me, you know, and really what it represents is that i am just a girl from around the way who had a dream and with hard work, never giving up on myself and faith and love of my family i made my dreams come true so i wanted this to resonate with everybody who feels like they're just from around the way, i'm just a regular person and you can do it. you can do it. i know people who have been homeless and made their dreams come true. so this is really -- it's
>> people -- twitter became really popular and it was the first time i was able to interact with my fans, and they had been reading about my interviews and they've seen me in interviews. and you know i've always been candid all my life. >> yes, you have. >> so they be like, oh, you -- you had a son in college and you still graduated and you moved to l.a. with $700. how did you do it? you need to write a book. your life is so inspirational and it's like, you know, god put me on the stage, and he gave me moment in life? how am i going to inspire other people? if people will be inspired by my story, little old me, then that's my duty. that's my duty as a human. >> you're a messenger. >> aren't we all, though? >> yes, we are. >> aren't we all? >> everybody has a story to tell. and you almost didn't tell your story. >> i almost didn't.
i decided to write the book before cookie became this phenomenon, and i got scared because you know i've been doing this for awhile and i was under the radar, i could go to target, you know. >> look at these great pictures. >> a. ag. those pictures. oh, you're going to love -- i got scared because now all eyes are on me and i'm sharing some of my most personal, vulnerable moments in life and i don't know will my makeup artist, very spiritual woman, she said to me, don't ever lose focus of why you started doing this. people need your story, taraji. they need you so she recalibrated me and here we are. >> i'm glad she did. i'm so glad she did. [ applause ] and we were talking in the break and it's a real tribute to all the people in your life, your family members, those before you and those who are coming up behind you and the way you talk about your mom and your dad and you talked about how your dad schooled you in the game and your mom taught you how to live it. >> yes.
and the contributions that she's made to you. >> well, my mom got -- mom, i love you so much, ladybug. she -- she never sees her strength. she's always like, she gets all of that from her dad, and my mom -- wait till you read the book. it is really a love letter to her and my father because the two of them who are opposite polars, i don't even know how they got together but thank god because they made me! but my mom is so powerful. my dad was the storm and my mom was the quiet and it was just an even balance and the woman is just full of love. you talk -- she won't shake your hand. she will ball her fist up and hug you. i mean, she's just the ultimate definition of unconditional love, this woman. >> that's a mom. >> she has such a forgiving heart, and that's what she taught me, you know, and my dad, like i said, he was e storm. >> didn't you say some of the lines that we have from cookie --
>> off my dad. everyone thinks she's from a woman. no, my dad. he was so candid and he was not afraid to live in his truth and i think that's how we should be. if we were all bold enough to live in our truths, this world would be a much better place because we would know where we stand with each other. we wouldn't have to hide anything. and that was my dad. you either loved him or you hated him and i found that people who didn't like him had a problem with their truth. >> that's it. >> they couldn't deal with their own truth. >> they couldn't deal with their own truth, because it wasn't that he was saying anything that wasn't real or had some facts to it. it was -- you were either afraid of it or embraced it. >> you are so busy, have a wonderful son. you're a good momma. you got "empire" and you got this. "hidden figures." "hidden figures." tell people about that. >> so how many of you knew women had anything to do with the great race to space? wow.
women -- [ cheers and applause ] >> i love this. >> and i love -- have you seen the posters yet? there's so much for our little girs to look up to because they're not dress scantily. they don't have anything -- they're buttoned up. we're talking heroes in the 1960s. real, live heroes. look at these women. [ applause ] kathryn johnson, who is still alive, and i know she's up because she is very spry at 92, good morning, queen. she is the genius. she graduated high school at 14. college at 18. she is really a beautiful mind and it was her calculations that got glenn -- i mean, he would not get in the capsule because ibm was just coming into the space program, but at that time no one trusted computers. what is that machine?
until my girl do the numbers. >> and i love you're bringing these hidden figures into the light. >> they will be hidden no more. >> no more. [ applause ] i'm so happy for you. you've worked really hard. you've worked really hard and deserve everything that's coming your way, and you know what's coming your way, this book. we're giving the book to everybody here. [ cheers and applause ] >> it's out right now and everyone in the audience here is going home with a copy, as well.
the pizza or i'm wearing it backwards now. yeah, now. >> oh. [ laughter and applause ] >> that's happened to a few of us. >> so many of us. >> but in this new show, you play a character i think a lot of mothers can relate to, you're trying to raise your three kids in a middle class household in a world that seems perfect but the world is far from perfect. >> yeah. she is an authentic lady living in an unauthentic world and husband greg to raise them in a grounded stable situation where it's not stable. really, so -- >> and so many people -- i'm a big fan of yours when it came out. so excited to meet you. and in "mike and molly" you played melissa mccarthy's sister on that show. >> i did. >> i felt like you were always bursting at the sapps to bust out. now you have your own show and you're the star of it. how does it feel for you?
i just -- i finished "mike and mol" i think it was january 24th, and four days later, i walked into the "american housewife" crew and auditioned and i was like back at it and here i am with you today. >> here you are. >> yeah. >> and another thing that's important about this show is the issue of body image. tell us about that. >> me personally i don't ever let the media dictate my identity. i don't hold what i am, either i'm a size 14 or a size 4, a size 8, i have never allowed that to be my self-worth. katie deals with it though on a regular basis, yeah, so we touch on it as the series goes on. it's not the theme, you know. so we do all -- it's all many different other situations that happen so -- >> so a lot of things everybody can relate to. >> yes. >> and one thing that i know your -- beau greer --
>> your fiance. >> yes. >> he is a javelin thrower. >> he's a four-time olympian. >> four-time olympian. >> yes, world record holder. >> yes, but you work 15-hour days, but i know one thing you make time for him, first of all, and secondly, sports. your favorite team. >> yes, lsu. and the saints. my daddy played football for lsu so on saturd helping me, he's helping me with the next one, and we're watching college football and sunday nfl. >> you and robin. sports fans. who dat nation? >> who dat. >> and who is this. "american housewife" premieres tonight at 8:30 eastern -- eastern right here on eastern -- eastern right here on abc.
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