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good morning, america. breaking overnight, terrifying moments on the tarmac. vp nominee, mike pence's plane skidding off a new york runway after landing in a storm. the airport shutting down. emergency crews on the scene. >> it was pretty close to grave, grave danger, to mike pence, and he's fine. >> the safety measure that prevented disaster. governor pence joins us this morning. breaking right now, our brand-new poll shows a four-point race as hillary calls on her most powerful weapon joining michelle obama on the trail for the first time. >> she is absolutely ready to be commander in chief on day one and, yes, she happens to be a woman. the first lady dancing with the nominee with just 11 days to go.
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speaking out after that bombshell interview with former congressman gary condit breaking his silence about the intern's murder and the accusations that cost him his career. the question he refuses to answer. >> dr. phil, i haven't, you know, answered that question publicly for 15 years. and i'm not going to change my position. >> now her mother is responding this morning. ? the ultimate party crashers. the bachelor blow-out weekend that took a surprising turn when >> the next thing you know we look over and there's a dog sitting at our front door. >> the surprising discovery that led to this. ? i was dead in the water nobody wanted me ? ? uh-huh ? good morning, america. happy friday. well, that is a different kind of bachelor party. >> you can say that. >> yea go and celebrate your friend getting married and you
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that's awesome. that's great, and we had a great moment and the kicked off our giant dog adopt-a-thon thursday and check out how this dog reacted while it was watching our broadcast. i think it's saying take that one home. yes. >> we get so many people that tweet us pictures of their dogs watching us in the morning. >> i had some trouble at home. my dogs smelled all those other dogs all over me and they were not happy about it. >> much more on that ahead. >>fi you're look live at vp mike pence's plane on the ground at laguardia airport ear in new york after that scary la we're going to hear from him. he'll talk to george. first abc's david kerley has the latest there at the laguardia for us this morning. good morning, david. >> reporter: good morning, robin. this is the end of the runway right behind me and crews were working until just a few minutes ago cleaning up where this jet
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incident. overnight -- >> we have an emergency in the airport. >> reporter: -- the boeing 737 campaign plane of mike pence skidded right off the end of the rainy runway at new york city's laguardia airport. >> tower, the aircraft is off the runway on the right side of the arrestor bed. it looks like it's intact. >> reporter: emergency crews, rescue teams flooding the scene, seeing that the jet had hit the safety barrier tore through it and ended up on the grass next to a roadway. >> i heard a noise. i didn't know what it was, i looked up and i saw this trump/pence plane making a noise screeching and it came to a stop right here. >> reporter: none of the reporters, staff or candidate were hurt and exited out the back of a jet. at a late night rally in new york, donald trump telling supporters about pence's plane accident. >> the plane skidded off the runway and was pretty close to grave, grave danger but i just spoke to mike pence and he's fine. >> reporter: governor pence giving reporters the thumbs up
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our campaign reporter, ines de la cuetara, was on the plane and says the touchdown was not smooth. >> we felt kind of a pig bump upon landing, and felt the plane skid off the runway. you could tell something was wrong although it was raining so we couldn't see anything and the governor talked to us and asked us if everybody was okay. and that's when we realized something was wrong because he told us there was mud on his windows. with wind and rain when the aircraft approached the runway. as it neared the end of it, it ran into the emergency material called an arrestor bed. >> it's designed to slow the airplane down quickly if the airplane were going off the runway. basically lightweight crushable concrete prevented what could have been a disaster. >> reporter: while no one was hurt it was a travel nightmare. laguardia airport's runways shut down for nearly two hours. >> we've got one runway that is open, planes are landing and
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contractor to come up with a plan to remove the aircraft. >> reporter: as you can see behind me another this hour, the runway has been reopened here at laguardia. the aircraft has been moved to the side, and we saw these crews working to clean all concrete that this jet ripped through. the ntsb is on the scene, robin. they will be investigating today, talking to the crew about what happened during that landing that ended up right here at the end of the runway. >> want to get some answers. you mentioned about the concrete ripped up behind you, the arrestor bed. many have never heard about that before, using a special material. how does it work exactly? >> reporter: so, as steve ganyard mentioned it's a lightweight concrete that they can get air into. it's hard but soft so when something really heavy hits it with energy, it kind of gives way. the concrete gives way and absorbs the energy so it stops the jet from run nothing that fence. the it hadn't, it would have ended up in the roadway.
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george. i am here with governor pence. thanks for joining us. you look okay this morning. >> yeah, we're great. >> pretty scary few seconds inside the plane. take us inside. >> well, it was a low ceiling and we came in and it was a landing at laguardia and we just immediately felt heavy braking on the runway, and the plane fi fishtailed a little bit, and just for a few could feel us bouncing off and with mud splattered up on the windows we figured we were off the runway but thank god everybody was fine. >> the collapsing runway worked the way it was supposed to work in that's what i was told. i'm just grateful. really grateful for some quick action not only by the pilots but also by first responders who were literally seemed like they were on the scene at laguardia before the aircraft even came to a halt and, you know, my son is a marine corps aviator and michael always tells us every landing you walk away from is a good one. >> no question about that.
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the trail today, and our tracking poll shows a four-point spread right now but the latest dollar numbers show a huge deficit for you and your campaign. the clinton campaign has about $62 million on hand. the trump campaign only about $16 million. is it time for mr. trump to write that check and close the gap? >> well, he'll make that decision but i'll tell you what, the strength of this campaign is not dollars and cents, it's really the american people who i think are rallying behind donald trump's message to make america great again. i mean, i see it at rallies as i campaign for donald trump. you see the enormous crowds coming out to hear him. i think it's the message, the agenda, and it's the fact that in donald trump, the american people have seen and sensed a leader who literally has the strength and the ability to change the direction of this country. >> part of the message is getting through about a rigged election. there is a poll in "usa today" that shows more than two-thirds of your supporters think the
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>> what i believe is obviously, george. you have been at this a long time. there have certainly been instances throughout our lifetime and history of voter fraud. >> not that could change a national election. >> i don't anticipate that that's the case but it's a good time for people whether you're republican or democrat or independent, to find a respectful way to participate in the election process, to vote and also to be a part of the polling. frankly, what a lot of people are talking about on the campaign trail is the news from the administration that we'll see an average of 25% increase in the premiums for obamacare. i think that's been startling and jarring to the american people. they know we can do better. they know we can do better than hillary clinton's plan to introduce more single payer and more government solutions, donald trump and i will repeal obamacare and we'll bring free market solutions more consumer choice and drive down the cost of health insurance without growing the size of government, that's what the american people want to see happen.
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e-mails by wikileaks. the u.s. intelligence agencies have all determined that russia is all but behind it. donald trump refuses to accept that. do you accept their conclusions? do you have any reason to doubt that? >> i think there's certainly strong evidence to that effect. >> that russia is behind split well, the recent megahacking came from a nongovernment source. i think donald trump and i, should we have the privilege of serving, we'll follow the facts on that and certain there's going to be very strong consequences if any state actor -- >> you don't accept the conclusion that russia is behind it? >> well, i think there's significant intelligence to support that, but we want to follow the facts on that, but i think beyond that issue is what's in the e-mails which is not -- has been and see, this particularly in the last several days, this
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had major contributors to the clinton foundation that were also then encouraged to hire bill clinton to provide him with personal income all while many of those name interests were lobbying the state department. i the kind of pay to play politics the american people are tired of and it's the kind of pay to play politics that will end the day donald trump becomes president. >> how do you turn this around? >> i don't think there's any turning around. i think we're coming out of the fourth turn wheel to wheel, hammer down and we'll sprint to the checkered flag and i got to tell you the enthusiasm we feel out there, the american people want change. the other side basically says if you like your status quo you can keep it. donald trump for a stronger america at home and abroad and i couldn't be more honored to be standing shoulder to shoulder with him. >> governor pence, we're glad you're okay. thanks for coming in. robin. >> thank you. all right, george. thank you. as you just saw, we have a new abc news tracking poll, the race staying close as first lady michelle obama joins hillary clinton on the trail for the first time. the two bonding over their shared experience as first ladies and their vision for america. abc's cecilia vega has more from
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first lady, she has faced pressures i never did. and she has handled them with pure grace. >> reporter: but on this stop -- >> michelle obama! >> reporter: clinton was the opening act. >> yeah. that's right. hillary doesn't play. she has more experience and exposure to the presidency than yes, more than barack, more than bill. so she is absolutely ready to be commander in chief on day one, and yes, she happens to be a woman. chauz [ cheers and applause ] >> reporte and in a sign of just how confident the clinton campaign is feeling, politico is reporting this morning that vice president joe biden is on a
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of state picks if she is elected, george. they are looking well past election day right now. >> but we still have several days to go. cecilia, thanks very much. we turn to that wisconsin college student under arrest this morning facing multiple sexual assault charges and new accusations as police reveal details from his notebooks. abc's linsey davis is here with the story. good morning, linsey. >> reporter: good morning. one by one more women are coming forward. several say cook raped them but cook's attorneys are calling this a modern day character assassination. this morning, the university of wisconsin is caught in a sex scandal firestorm as one of its students faces a string of sexual assault charges. >> i've seen him around campus a lot. i just hope that he gets brought to justice. >> reporter: now suspended from campus, 20-year-old alec cook was arrested last week after the fellow student claimed he raped her for more than two hours at his madison apartment earlier this month. those charges have opened the
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of sexually assaulting them. now dozens of women are coming forward to police about their alleged encounters with the real estate and urban land economics major. >> it's scary. he lived a few floors from me. >> reporter: investigators say they discovered a black leather notebook inside a nightstand drawer in his parent. on its pages, disturbing details of the women he allegedly met and what he wanted to do to them. in this photo we see a check list including what makes her special, color of eyes and even this box labeled killed? but cook's attorneys are firing back insisting any encounters were consensual and say the nature of cook's journal entries was plain innocent. >> there's no woman name. there was no description of violent fantasy. nothing of that nature. >> reporter: cook is now behind bars. his bail is set at $200,000 and has yet to enter a plea for those filing against him. his next court date is set for
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>> okay, linsey, thanks. to amy with today's other top stories starting out with this protest that turned violent overnight. >> more than 140 people have been arrested after police in riot gear clashed with protesters at the site of an oil pipeline in north dakota. police say the crowd was blocking roads, lighting fires and even throwing homemade explosives at the officers. the protesters say the pipeline under construction will endanger drinking water and disturb native american burial sites. a jury in oregon has acquitted ammon bundy and others from a wildlife refuge that were charged last winter. bundy claimed it was a act of civil disobedience to protest the government's management of public land. the bundys still face charges for a standoff in 2014. in san diego the coast guard has offloaded 39,000 pounds of cocaine seized from drug smugglers off the coast of central america. coast guard officers have confiscated nearly $6 billion of the drug this year and that is a record.
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first her car was stolen then returned with an apology note and some cash. erin posted this on line hoping to find the thief. it turned out that the women who drove away, turned around, and was picking up her friend's red subaru in the same neighborhood and took the wrong red subaru. police tell our abc station in portland some older subarus that note, $30 in gas money, but i love the first line of her apology note. hello, so sorry i stole your car. >> interchangeable keys. >> yes, that's probably the biggest concern there. i mean the fact that that could happen. at least she had a good responsible neighbor who made the switch back. >> i'm thinking about $30 in gas money. how far did she go before she brought the car back? >> she was being jegenerous. we don't know how far she
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have gone a long way, and if you haven't heard, the world series is back in chicago, everybody. the cubs are gearing up for the first championship game there in 71 years. the fans are fired up. the energy is crazy. in cleveland with the indians is abc's alex perez. oh, he's in chicago. alex, what is the energy like out there in chicago? >> reporter: yeah. that's right, michael. good morning to you. we are in chicago, and you can literally feel the energy here at wrigley field and across this city. the cubs have not played in a world series since 1945, so you here. now, if you look around, the stands are empty right now, but you can feel the energy from the fans everywhere you look around here right now. now, one of things that they are going to be looking at here is just the prices of the tickets here. they are talking about super bowl prices for the tickets. about $3,000 averaging for a ticket. that's one of the reasons why a lot of people are watching the game at home.
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to give you an idea, some of the bars here around wrigley field are charging anywhere from $200 to $300 a person tonight just to walk in. the other big story here at wrigley, the cubs' comeback kid, kyle schwarber, while he was not medically cleared to play on the field, but we could possibly see him play as a pinch hitter. guys, back to >> 200 to 300 to go to the bar? >> is it an open bar? >> i bet not. >> i, man, all right, thank you, alex. ginger, in the northeast we're feeling the cold weather. snow in some places. >> 2 inches in hartford county and you go up to massachusetts, more than 6 inches of snow fell. now it's going to be windy and cold at least for one day behind it but some big-time warming i'll talk about in just a bit. let's get to the weekend getaways now brought to you by
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good morning, it's now 7:19. here's your first alert. we have more cloud cer today. day with a high of 83. another warm one today. low to mid 80s. englewood, 83. montclair, 82. upper 70s in the foothills this afternoon. warm through the weekend. now we'll be in the low to mid 70s saturday and sunday. 75 on sunday for the broncos game. under a coming up, chandra levy's family speaking out after that blockbuster interview with
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>> chandra came into my office with a gift for me which was chocolates. >> what he won't say about their relationship. and a miracle cure or poison? a church under fire claiming it can cure cancer and autism. there you see our brian ross. he confronts its leader coming up right here on "gma." we asked woman to smell two body washes and pick their favorite. they both smell good. i like b better. i prefer b. b. i would like to smell like this every day. but what was body wash a? ohhhh i love bath and bodyworks. and what was the one they preferred? ohhhh. this is suave. really? that's quite a bit of smelling good. suave three fragrances preferred over bath and body works. if you want to sell your car carmax will give you seven days to consider their offer. why seven days? science. join me as we walk through the seven stages of decisioning. 1. consideration.
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good morning, the search for the body of a 13-month-old is expected to begin today. it will take place at a weld county garbage dump. the baby as grandfather reported his missing and the larimer sheriff's department says they found out the baby was dead and placed into a dumpster. they believe the mother knew the baby was contacted police. we're trying to piece together things that have happened during the 4 days when the child hasn't been reported missing and days leading up to that. >> the sheriff's office says someone was home when the baby died and investigators believes they have someone of interest. the mother nears near -- the mother lives near cheyenne with her boyfriend. 50s and 60s. in some neighborhoods it's warmer ight now than what we should get in
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made for a beautiful, briefly sunrise. it was a brief, beautiful one. more clouds today and we'll be 20 degrees above normal this afternoon. yesterday was a record-breaking day. we could see some of that this afternoon with highs near 80. 72 on saturday.
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this is a wild scene down at i-25 and arapahoe road. there's numerous vehicles here. this is the the construction project, the bridge and you can count them. others on tow trucks and others not. we have a couple of lanes blocked. the lanes goes back to lincoln avenue. avoid northbound i-25 for the next half an hour because the northbound side is rock solid heading through arapahoe road. you have other trouble spots heading into downtown. earlier crashes cleared. eastbound-70
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don't think so. contract the rainb!owtaste the ! ? one of my all-time fave songs. that is country megastar garth brooks. amy singing it right now. friends in low places. i know. we are excited to have garth brooks live here this morning performing b in times square and celebrating a big milestone just ahead. >> looking forward to that. also right now, vp nominee mike pence is on ground after a scary landing. that was overnight. his campaign plane skidded overnight, and he is thanking rfid responders as new polls show narrow a race between hillary clinton and donald trump. take a look at this b.a.s.e.
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several bones. he survived the fall. >> thank goodness he survived. wow. thank goodness. also this morning, amy, you'll tell us about this big puppy party. >> it didn't start out that way. it was a bachelor party in tennessee. eight guys and we'll explain this incredible photo in just a bit. it's really an awesome story. you got to stick around for it. >> i love it. >> looks like a calendar. >> another new idea right there. that is coming up. we begin with gary condit the his silence. 15 years aft the murder case that ended his political career. he denies playing any role in the death of d.c. intern chandra levy. her mother now wants more answers and abc's david wright is here with the story. good morning, david. >> reporter: good morning, george. for a man who waited 15 years to speak on a case that cost him his career, gary condit had surprisingly little to say in his sit-down with dr. phil. condit has co-authored a new book, and he is out there
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dead ka dedicated it to former congressman gary condit has always insisted he had nothing to do with the death of chandra levy. the 24-year-old washington intern whose body ultimately turned up in d.c.'s rock creek park. >> why is it you will not answer publicly whether or not you had a sexual relationship with chandra levy? >> dr. phil, i haven't, you know, answered that question publicly for 15 years and i'm not going to change my position or my view on that today or probably any time in the future. >> reporter: condit's interview with dr. phil marks the first he was hounded out of office under a cloud of suspicion. condit makes it sound like levy was just another constituent but even now under dr. phil's gentle questioning, he can't seem to get his story straight. >> she came by your condo once? >> or maybe twice. >> you say in the book she had come by a handful of times. >> yeah, i mean i said handful
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could have been five. >> he has not been forthright. oh, she came to our condo once. oh, maybe two, maybe three times. >> reporter: condit leaves it to his co-author sitting behind him to speculate. the two of them just published a book about the case. >> do you think people will conclude from that that he had a sexual relationship with her? >> i do. >> reporter: why would a powerful california congressman give a young constituent jewelry? >> in my desk, i kept gifts. we p pins and my wife had picked up some bracelets, you know, for people's birthdays. kids would come n and i would say pick a and chandra came in with a gift for me which was chocks and i opened my drawer and reached in and we have one for you. >> reporter: for levy's mother, more questions than answers. >> internally i have a lot of pain and i still will always have questions. >> reporter: condit has waited 15 years to speak.
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him. condit wrote a book about this and he lived through it. this was his best opportunity to tell his side of the story and yet this interview leaves you with a whole lot of questions. >> it certainly does, david, thank you. now to a church under fire for its so-called miracle cure. they claim to have the holy potion that medical professionals are call ugh po pois poison correspondent, brian ross tracked down and confronted the church's supposed archbishop. >> magic potions are the stuff of fiction and fairy tales but also found in an abc news investigation the claim from the leaders of a thriving online church who offer a cure for desperate people for virtually every disease including autism, breast cancer and hiv. >> reporter: it's called the genesis ii church of health and healing. overseen in the u.s. by a man
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claiming what's in this glass is a miracle cure for the most serious of diseases. >> it's like watching a really good magician show. >> reporter: on this day as abc news watched, the archbishop's cathedral was a hotel conference room in southern california. his vestments, a black leather jacket and a bejeweled panama hat and his sermon to a congregation that was charged $450 a head to be there seems to have come right out of the book of shams. >> i got people curing some major stuff just from that. from prostate cancer to brain cancer to autism. >> reporter: to find out what's in the miracle cure, we ordered a shipment. $150 for these small bottles and took them to our respected testing laboratory. nothing miraculous abo it. essentially a kind of chlorine. >> mms is an industrial chemical. it's an industrial bleach. >> reporter: in fact, look what
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it undie -- undiluted, onto a pair of jeans, the denim turned white.undiluted, onto a pair of jeans, the denim turned white. jeans, the denim turned white. even at the prescribed much smaller dose experts say it's a danger for anyone to drink. >> the fact that anybody would suggest you should give this to somebody is ridiculous. scary, dangerous stuff. >> reporter: but to the outrage of medical professionals, the church using slick online videos is aggressively pushing the miracle cure shipping millions of bottles to people all over the world including people suffering from breast cancer. >> i think that kind of advice is terrifying. >> reporter: and to the pares >> you were doing it at the expense of these defenseless children. how can you not call that evil? >> reporter: mr. brennan, brian ross from abc news. can we talk to you for a second? when the time came to ask the archbishop about his preachings and promises of a cure -- >> we're a church and we have sacraments we use. >> reporter: it quickly turned ugly. are you harming people do you think? with this, sir?
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>> you're an arc, okay. you're an actor. >> i'm a reporter. >> you're a piece of [ bleep ]. i say in spanish? >> just leave. >> reporter: the language from an archbishop. federal prosecutors sent one distributor of the miracle cure to prison and officials of the department of justice says hiding behind the cloak of their supposed church will not prevent others in the church from being prosecuted if they sell this magic potion as a cure for serious diseases. >> taking advantage of people who are so vulnerable. >> preying on desperat lives. and making lots of money. >> and not apologetic at all. >> not in the least. >> you can see much more of brian's report on "20/20" at 10:00, 9:00 central on abc. thank you very much, brian. michael. >> all right, thank you, robin. coming up on our big board, so many celebrities are hitting the campaign trail from katy perry to bon jovi but how much do they affect the election? we'll talk about that. plus, wrigley field is getting ready to host its first world series game in seven decades. the secret weapon that could affect the outcome. we'll have that when we come
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look at those pretty faces on our board. ( ? ) come on, dad. ( ? ) ? they tell me i'm wrong ? ? to want to stand alongside my, my love ? ? whoa, talkin' 'bout my love ? ? talkin' 'bout my, my love ? you ready, dad?
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to the left, to the left. welcome back. time for our big board and our team of insiders standing by live for more of this morning's top stories. paula faris is here at the table. my twin. >> how about this, unintentional. we're just on the same page. >> you know you called. we'll get to your story in a moment and start with hollywood mixing with politics. jon bon jovi, your good friend, michae >> yep. >> putting on a show last night in pittsburgh to charge up hillary clinton's supporters. just one of the big names throwing their weight behind her. abc's other big weight, matt dowd is joining us right now and this is not the first time that we've heard this, you know, we've seen katy perry. we've seen others and people want to know, does a candidate really get anything out of these big name endorsements? celebrities. >> sometimes it's positive and sometimes it's negative. we all remember the clint eastwood talking to the chair at the gop convention in 2012.
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this is not going to persuade someone to vote in a certain way but rallies people. it's much more of a rally effect. it has been going for years. you remember or all read about jfk and the brat pack, frank senate from and calvin coolidge had al jolson back in the '20s was for calvin coolidge so it's been going on a lot but it's a rally effect. not a persuasion effect. >> thanks for clarifying i was i was not -- thank you for clarifying that. >> i was helping. i was helping. >> that's what i was saying. and, matt, trump doesn't have a lot of big celebrity supporters, i guess, in his corner. and "saturday night live" had a little fun with that. let's take a look. >> i have got the cream of the crop. i've got sarah palin. i've got chachi and get this, i've even got the best baldwin
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>> you know, every weekend "snl" seems to do something. he has to hear that. do you think this fazes him not to have a lot of celebrities in his corner? >> i think he sees himself obviously as a celebrity and he was a reality tv star now running for president in this. you know, it's funny also. the baldwin brothers, the other baldwin brothers that entered the dispute, he and billy baldwin are tweeting back and forth to each other about what their father would think of it's kind of funny. >> thank you, matt. up next the uproar over halloween costumes. tufts university warning students offensive or racist costume could get them in real trouble and, paula, that's what you're here to talk about. what's going on at tufts? >> tufts, the greek community has sent out an e-mail to the chapters that says if you wear something insensitive or offensive, you are subject to disciplinary measures. i want to go over some offensive costumes deemed offensive. first and foremost, the kim kardashian robbery costume
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victim. this has been pulled by a lot of outlets. we have the scary clown costume which is out there. not necessarily insensitive but considering we have these rash of scary clowns around the country, and then buzzfeed. by the way, be careful when you google offensive halloween costumes. i want to say that. this one is coming up too. >> yes, i'm warning you, the sexy ebola costume, inappropriate because we're talking about a deadly virus. this one, deluxe sexy goldfish costume. not sure how that's insensitive anybody, but, michael, if you were thinking about going there, don't because goldfinish will be offended. >> goldfish have feelings too. >> they do have a lot of feelings. >> this is the time, halloween, that people like to push the envelope a little bit. is this gaining any traction? >> you know what, we're seeing pushback around the country but particularly on campuses. the yaf, young america's foundation launched a, quote, funeral for halloween campaign pushing back against political correctness and what they're saying around the country and their chapters they want to you
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there and hand out obituaries. >> you know, sometimes i think you need to be reminded not to have bad judgment on certain things. >> discuss because you can doesn't mean you should. we're so happy you're here and not at wrigley. i thought you'd be there clearing on the cubbies. >> i'm dying to be there. >> we're going to go there because the world series will be played there tonight for the first time in 71 years. chicago obviously excited and espn's jessica mendoza, she is there. she's on the field for us and tell us about what -- that's hallowed dpround, but there's also something about the wind there, right, jess? >> oh, robin, it is the obviously the windy city here in chicago but what's so crazy about the wind is how inconsistent it can be and how drastically it affects the game. we're talking when the wind is blowing in, this is the best pitcher's park in the game. when the wind is blowing out, this is the place to hit. you hit a pop fly it's leaving
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supposed to be 17 to 19 miles per hour headed out of the park. >> whoa. >> reporter: so we're talking the biggest wind in the next probably ten days. if you like a lot of offense, you will see it tonight. i remember even last season. bryce harper here at wrigley hit a pop fly, and he was drastically, oh, i missed it, and then all of a sudden, it left the park for a home run. that will >> if you're ithe seats in the outfield. get ready. bring your glove. the indians will go with a three-man row take on the mound and corey kluber will start game four and possibly game seven on three days' rest. do you think he can pull that off? that's a tough thing. >> reporter: oh, michael. come on. you know that, right. it's the world series. i mean, corey kluber, we saw what he was able to do in game one, dicing up those hitters and this is a guy who has lived for this moment. i think any ace pitcher of a staff wants the ball and, yes,
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he's tired, he has a bull pen with this indians staff that has been ridiculous. however, i think the biggest story for tonight's game is that of starting pitcher josh tomlin. when you think about how critical this game is but his story, a lot of people don't know is his father, jerry tomlin, came down with an illness in august that paralyzed him from the chest down. he just got out of the hospital. josh had to leave in august, left the team to go visit his father. he hasn't seen him since. he will be at the game tonight and i think this is going to be a very emotional night for the >> just got chills. >> just got chills. >> hey, have fun, jessica. >> yes. we all will be watching that. i demand it. >> thanks. >> we thank you, jessica, paula and matt. thank you. coming up in two minutes, the bachelor party that turned into a puppy rescue. look at these guys. i got to say that is cute. there's a virus out there.
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>> that's right. and when you think of bachelor party, you think of vegas, beer or gambling. but a group of guys in michigan got something much different. a weekend in the woods changed their lives and the lives of eight dogs all thanks to the smell of bacon. >> reporter: when you think bachelor party, puppies probably aren't the first thing that come to mind. >> our beer fund quickly turned into a puppy food fund. >> reporter: it all started when these men took a trip down to tennessee for mitchell's bachelor party. suddenly a stranger crashed their party. >> we're cooking bacon in the cabin that we're staying i and next thing you know, we look over and there's a dog sitting at our front door. >> reporter: those eyes stealing their hearts, and she needed their help. >> she looked skinny and her -- you could see all her ribs and i mean she was definitely sniffing the bacon pretty good. >> reporter: after nurturing annie back to health, the men noticed she kept guarding this spot in the woods. >> we saw a hole but there's just -- there was just one puppy
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digging the puppy out, and one after another, they pulled out seven little puppies all covered in dirt and fleas. their hearts melted. the men taking the little ones inside for baths and brotherly love. >> eight guys, eight dogs going back to michigan. >> how incredible is that. all eight dogs live just five miles from each other. the groom, the groomsmen, all adopted them and they all now are one big happy family. it's really remarkable. and i think they s calendar -- i'm in the even kidding. the proceeds could help other dogs be rescued. look at that. >> you're an idea machine. >> you could do it every year and lots of fun reunions. >> when do they get that bachelor party? and don't forget. garth brooks is coming up in our next hour live. ? this time i see you ? coming up "gma's" fall concert series presented by carmax.
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denver 7 is following several breaking stories happening early this morning across the metro area. two people in a hospital after a driver hits a pole on santa fe near bellevue. 1 person was trapped in the corvette. crews used the jaws of life to get the victim out. denver police are searching for the person who shot a person near 44th and sheridan near 7-eleven. the woman was severely hurt. be in a white older model thieve pickup and the subject was seen wearing a black beanie cap. there was a rollover crash and one victim suffering from a gunshot wound. the victim was being chased. let's check with lisa. >> you can see the clouds moving from the west. temperatures warm. near 80 this afternoon.
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normal. closer to 90 in pueblo. denver today, a mix of sun and cloud and a high of 80. tomorrow, low to mid 70s. more sunshine again, saturday and sunday. beautiful, please apt through the weekend. great for the broncos game on sunday. you can wear a t-shirt to the game. mild on halloween. 60s jason as the kids head out the door to go collect candy. >> it's a tough drive from early parts of this morning until right now. i-70 is heavy stop we've had two accidents on i-270 and havana. the maps are backed up before colorado boulevard, 270 is affected to i-25 and i - and i-225 there was an accident on e-470. the last lane blocked in both directions to fight the grass fire. 225
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southbound santa fe. it remains closed at union from a bad crash. i would say it might be better to use broadway at this point because traffic is backed up to at least hamden aad
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good morning, america. mike pence's plane skids off a runway. how disaster was prevented. he's here this morning. as michelle obama and hillary clinton team up on the trail and the race, just 11 days to go. "flip or flop," the host of the hit did they mislead customers who paid thousands thinking they'd learn from them? >> for me to give up $3,000 was a huge ago size. >> now christina el moussa takes on her fans' complaints with our cameras rolling. health alert. the 26-year-old dancer diagnosed with breast cancer after doctors told her she was type. what led her to demand a mammogram. what every woman under 40 should know about early detection.
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? i know it's crazy ? are you ready for this? garth brooks live. what's got his wife trisha yearwood popping on the diamond glasses and the record he's broken held by the beatles, the ultimate garth morning right here and only garth can say -- >> good morning, america. ? okay, how much do we love garth brooks? >> so much. >> we're not the only great crowd. he is going to be performing live for us coming up in just a half hour. the countdown clock. he'll join us just about 28 1/2 minutes. cannot wait for that. michael, you guys met some special guests during one of the breaks. >> yes, todd and robin williams and their daughter works at the affiliate station in durham. there we are, wtvd so we got to say hello to the daughter, taylor. >> we didn't know. >> parents are safe here with
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>> for now. we also have more of our mission pawsible. "gma's" month-long dog adopt-a-thon. the first 24 hours you guys have been just terrific. we have had some great success stories. we'll share them with you. we've got puppies going to their forever homes. >> a lot of homes that is great news. now some news from amy and the morning rundown. >> good morning. we begin with that big scare for vice presidential candidate mike pence and his campaign staff. their plane skidded off the airport. this morning pence is telling us about those frightening moments and abc's david kerley is there with the latest. good morning, david. >> reporter: good morning, amy. as you can see the runway here at laguardia is re-opened now. workers worked overnight to clean up that special concrete that stopped mike pence's plane before it ran into this fence right behind me. here's what pence had to say about the incident if just for a few seconds, you could feel us bouncing off and with mud splattered up on the windows we
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broken concrete, george and i'm just really grateful. really grateful for some quick action not only by the piles but also by first responders who were literally seemed like they were on the scene at laguardia before the aircraft even came to a halt. >> reporter: no one was hurt in the incident. all the reporters, the staff, the vice presidential candidate exited the aircraft through the rear. it's been moved to the side. ntsb is on the scene. they'll be talking to the piles about what happened during that landing last amy. >> all right, a lot of answers expected on that, david, thank you. with just 11 days to go before the election, new figures showing how wide the gap is when it comes to cash between the campaigns. trump has just $16 million in available campaign funds while clinton has more than 60 million. trump is far short of his goal to spend $100 million of his own money. he contributed just 31,000 this month. meanwhile, trump is hinting that he may sue nbc over that
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record his comments on that bus and says the microphone should not have been on when he made those lewd comments about women. one day after hillary clinton campaigned with michelle obama there is word clinton may tap vice president joe biden for a key position in her cabinet if she wins the white house. politico reports biden is at the top of clinton's short list for secretary of state. well, there are new details about a major concern in the war on isis as u.s. forces help iraqi troops push toward the city of mosul. the u.n. now says isis to be using tens of thousands of civilians as human shields. iraq's elite counterterrorism forces have paused their advance toward mosul to wait for reinforcements. and the california woman has been awarded $70 million in a lawsuit stemming from the use of baby powder and its alleged link to cancer. she sued johnson & johnson claiming her ovarian cancer was caused by years of using its cal couple powder. the company is facing about 1700 lawsuits.
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powder is safe. and finally a police chase in phoenix took a bizarre turn. police were in hot pursuit of the driver of this truck for about an hour. once he got ahead of the officers you know what, he was a little hungry so he decided to stop at in-n-out burger grabbing a burger at the drive-through. a helicopter was keeping track so officers caught up with him in a few mopes. not sure if he got to eat the burger but i feel like it's by a while and this is a pretty juicy file. >> i hope that was worth it. animal style. >> animal style is going to take on a whole new meaning. that is so funny. >> lara, i did not mean to like that. >> you couldn't help it. you couldn't help it. i love you, robin. hi, everybody. it is friday as you can probably tell. "pop news" here and robin was not with us yesterday. why? because she joined harry connick on his talk show.
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to nurses and harry gave robin a very big surprise. he brought on robin's caregiver, nurse jenny and antonia and she did not miss the opportunity to express her gratitude for those women who cared for robin during her 30-day hospital stay. i want to talk to you, robin. but, first, america, take a look. >> thank you. thank you for being our life line. thank you for being not only there for us but for our care we know and as we aid earlier, unsung hero, not today. >> so special for harry to do that and the whole audience was full of nurses from all around the country. it's -- hmm. no one ever talks about what nurses do. >> and in your case you were very open with harry about -- it got dark for you, 30 long days and they really lifted you up in every way. >> can we give a shoutout to
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how much fun is his show. playing music. >> a great guy. >> wonderful man. >> a lot of people don't talk about nurses but you do and we appreciate you doing it. >> yep, i was happy to share that with everybody. >> appreciate that. >> harry, best of luck. >> makes up for what you said earlier. >> i speak the truth, robin roberts. you did laugh. yesterday on the show we talked -- that was a real one. >> i was busy yesterday. i missed it. up next in "pop news." you know i love a good hoping to find a giant log cabin have i got a deal for you. the world's largest log cabin was listed last year, oh $40 million surprisingly they couldn't find a buyer so they've reduced the price on this wooden wonderland to just 19-5. a massive reduction. the chalet was completed in 1923. it has 50 rooms including 23 bedrooms. 13 bathrooms. >> 23 bedrooms?
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if you have a chance look online. it is a beautiful feat. it took four years to build it. 400 builders and $500 million, guys, and that was back in 1923. did a little math. that would be over $70 million today. >> so it's a good deal at 19.5 million. >> all your. >> if you were to live all the way up in marquette, michigan on lake superior. >> i won't outbid you for it. >> great "gma" retreat. >> little football for you, strahan. seattle seahawks quarterback richard sherman answered questions at his press conference fully dressed in harry potter gear. >> oh, boy. >> football is pretty tough but quidditch, you know, the beaters, the chasers, you know, trying to find the golden snitch like that that's tough. five quarters of football, though, in the elements, i'd say that would take the cake. >> took the cake but tougher than quidditch.
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he always dresses like that. >> he did that for his son for his little boy and he got a new fan of the seahawks author j.k. rowling responded tweeting did i mention i'm a seahawks fan? i am. don't ask me anybody else except for sherman. that's "pop news." >> i like that. >> good week of "pop news." >> thank you. >> great job on harry connick. >> thank you. all right, coming up, the host of the hit flop" are under fire because some fans are calling their workshop a fail and now they're responding to that this morning. >> uh-oh. hey sweetie, how was your first week? long. it'll get better. i'm at the edward jones office, like sue suggested. thanks for doing this, dad. so i thought it might be time to talk about a financial strategy. (laughing) you mean pay him back? knowing your future is about more than just you. so let's start talking about your long-term goals...
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>> this is nasty. watch your feet for nails. >> reporter: christina and taurek el moussa taking rundown homes and flipping them for a profit. this morning the house flipping duo getting a failing grade from students of their real estate investment workshops who complain that they expected to see christina and tarek at the workshops based on the ads. >> you think you're getting tarek and christina, you're not going to get them but some sales pitch the entire time. >> reporter: doug stevens says florida seminars after seeing an online ad prominently feature the el moussas. he said he was aggressively pushed to buy more courses. >> i paid almost $2,000 for the conference and i paid a thousand dollars for some software so i paid almost $3,000. for me to give up $3,000 was a huge sacrifice. >> reporter: the el moussas program, success path aeducatio is run by zurixx.
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were very positive and in general over 99% of all paying students rate their courses as insightful, valuable, understandable and helpful. >> i don't normally get to have her come out. >> reporter: we talked to christina at one of their events in long beach, california. >> he did say five different times that it's really rare for to be there. >> right. >> so why today? >> well, if it's going to be like within 45 minutes of my come. you know, it gets harder to travel all around, especially we have two kids. >> reporter: christina recently attended events in st. louis and miami but zurixx says even those appearances are uncommon. adding, nowhere on any of our marketing does it state the el moussas will be live and in person at any event. >> this year we'll do over 100 houses. this is our program. we meet each and every code. should we do training one-on-one, tarek does tons of
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lodged formal complaints with zurixx, the el moussas and the better business bureau and he has not received a refund. and there are also over 150 complaints online about the el moussas program with the better business bureau of st. louis but zurixx says statistically 150 dmraps out of their 374,000 students is extremely low and back in long beach christina says she and tarek are proud of their program. >> i stand by our product. it's our tools, it's what tarek and i do. i've only heard very minimal complaints. >> reporter: hgtv and sister network scripps telling abc news they're not involved with the seminars or the el moussas' association with them. keep in mind this morning it's really important to read that fine print before you make an investment like that. george. >> always do that. kayna, thanks very much. coming up here, amy has an important story about early
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wind gusts could reach 30 miles per hour out of the park so good morning, it's 8:21. we have cloud cover this morning, but it's mild. 63 in denver right now. the southwesterly wind and 5 to 15 miles-per-hour. it's going to be a warm afternoon even with more cloud cover today, we could see a record-breaking time or record-breaking high calling for a high of 80. that's the record today. now to that important medical news about early detect. amy is taking a closer look as the third anniversary of our own breast cancer diagnosis approaches. i cannot believe it's been three years. >> it really is incredible how time flies. sunday actually is my three-year anniversary of the day i was diagnosed with breast cancer, all because this woman right here, robin, urged me to get my
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but women younger than me are hearing those same words and for so many early detection can be life saving. >> feel free when i'm dancing, i feel like it's my safe place. >> reporter: for olivia hutcherson there's nothing quite like taking center stage. >> everyone talks about beyonce and when i get on stage it's like the other olivia comes out. >> other olivia. >> i need to come up with a cooler name than that, her 26th birthday at the height of h career as a professional dancer, olivia's life took an unprecedented turn. >> i remember looking down at the end of the night seeing blood on the inside of my blouse. the following day i went into the doctor's office. they told me it was nothing to worry about but i felt like something was wrong and went back to the doctor just three days later and i requested a mammogram. >> you requested a mammogram. >> i requested a mammogram. they didn't want to give it initially because i was 26.
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i had no framily history but i wasn't leaving until i got it. >> and i were the picture of health. a professional dancer. >> yeah, cancer does not jim that. >> reporter: while her doctors were not able to explain the bleeding, after three mammograms olivia was diagnosed with dcis, the earliest stage of breast cancer. while in surgery her doctors who had recommended a double mastectomy found a stage 1 tumor on the right side which meant she needed chemotherapy. though only 5% of breast cancer 12,000 women a year. 12,000 women with their lives before them. dating, marrying, having babies. fighting battles much different than older women. something jennifer finklestein knows all too well. >> i had just turned 32. it was five weeks before my wedding. it was shocking. i underwent a single mastectomy and began chemotherapy a week later instead of a honeymoon. it was the most isolating
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launched five under 40. an organization that provides medical, emotional and beauty services to women under 40 fighting this disease. >> they helped me with the wig. they helped me with the head shaving. there's always somebody on the other end of the line to get you through the moment. >> you just lost both of your breasts. you had to freeze your eggs. i mean just a little about what it's like dating after breast cancer. >> i was on first dates. who tries to date, by the way when they're going through >> 26-year-olds. >> 26-year-olds. of course. and i'm like out on a date with my wig. i'll never forget and this guy was like, babe, you have the most beautiful hair and i'm like, huh. that's awkward. >> now almost a year and a half since her diagnosis, olivia has ditched her wig and returned to the dance studio with a new motto. live strong. >> who do you see now when you're dancing and looking in those mirrors?
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warrior princess is who i see. >> she kept waiting to go back to who she was and she realized she didn't want to. >> a warrior princess. i know it was very important to do this story. our senior medical editor dr. jen ashton joins us now. tell us how this affects younger women with breast cancer. >> well, robin, you know, we know that breast cancer does affect younger women. it's less common than in older women but it can then tend t diagnosed at more advanced stages, so that really underscores the importance we heard in this piece of knowing your body, if you notice something like a lump, any skin changes, discharge from the nipple or rarely pain, see your doctor and be persistent. no one knows your body like you do. >> that's right. be persistent. with all of these confusing headlines now, jen, saying you should wait till you're 45 or 50 that wouldn't have worked for me or for robin and i know my
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getting tested in their 20s. what is out there? what are the options for younger women? >> well, you have to distinguish between what we do to screen the general population and what we do in terms of imaging for a diagnosis. but in our arsenal of screening and testing, we have sonogram. we have, of course, mammogram. there are mris and there's a newer technique called contrast enhanced spectral ma nothing gras if i showing promising results for being more accurate. they're not all for you which is appropriate for you. be your own advocate. >> dr. jen, thank you as always. >> thank you, amy. you have been tireless. >> thank you, robin. >> going around the country and talking about this. hey, garth brooks.
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it's 8:27. a woman jumps out of a moving car to call 911. she says she was kidnapped by her ex-boyfriend. montoya is accused of kidnapping is threatening to kill the 33-year old woman. he allegedly had a relationship with the victim since she was 14. the woman told deputies that montoya beat her each time she tried to leav woman in thornton is called a homicide. she was found inside of a home in ogden court on wednesday. police said she died hours before police were called. no word on suspects of interest. let's check the forecast with lisa. >> temperatures in the 50s and 60s. we're going to see more clouds today. still this afternoon, about 15 to 20 degrees above normal. it will get cooler, but not until next weekend. you can see the
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the west. and some showers that will gradually move into our mountains and western slope by tonight. later this afternoon and this evening. so they'll get much needed moisture. here in denver, we're going to northbound the mid to upper 80s this afternoon. right around 81 in aurora. tomorrow, low to mid 70s. mostly sunny heading into the weekend. the weekend. beautiful on it's no secret. donald trump isn't for us. and unfortunately, congressman coffman isn't, either. just listen. coffman voted against equal pay for equal work 11 times. it gets worse. coffman said he would support donald trump for president. and that's all we really need to know.
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it has been a mad house drive. south santa fe i second. i-70 is a bear because of several accidents near central park and havana. take a look at the map and you can see the heavy stop and go traffic around i-25 as it clear. 270 is not fun. south santa fe remains closed down. at union for a bad crash that happened at shanago and the northbound sides are effected as someone plowed into
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and ? i get this feeling ? [ applause ] ? every time i see you and hear your name ? ? crazy ? thanks for coming in this morning. we got a great crowd here today. >> we have a great crowd and we have a great friend that is joining us. >> clear that. >> america, ladies and gentlemen, here in the studio please welcome the one, the only, garth brooks. [ cheers and applause ] ? >> mwah. >> it's good to see you. [ applause ] >> what a great crowd. they're ready to go.
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>> the bow. oh, bow. >> she's wearing her tour shirt. >> you can tell we've been on tour. >> they know. >> all right. so welcome, first of all. >> thank you. >> and, secondly, we're going to talk about some topics here. we want you to chime in, jump in and i'm just curious, all of us here, how do you greet a room full of people when you walk in, hey? >> hi, y'all. >> hey, guys. >> you say y'all. >> i say guys. >> hey y'all. called "speaking american" and it shows how we speak in different parts of the country. >> that's true. that's true. >> guys, y'all. all that stuff. we'll do a little quiz. i know you love a little quiz here. all right. what do you call these? >> sneakers. >> sneakers. >> tennis shoes. >> they're tennis shoes. >> okay, so we got -- pull up our map. >> but they're not tennis shoes. >> those are actually running shoes. >> what is it? >> they're called tennis shoes in most of the country. >> thank you.
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>> so far you're ahead in the polls. >> we're ahead in the polls. that's right. what do you call this? >> soda. >> cold drink. >> that's a coke. >> that's a cold drink. >> you called it a cold drink? >> a coal drink. >> a cold drink could be anything cold. >> that's what we call it. go out for a coke and they order dr. pepper, root beer, whatever. but it's still a coke. >> coke is everything. >> i call it a soda. some people call it pop. >> all right. look at a map again. soda is more -- coke is down south. >> we're tied. >> somebody is ahead in the polls. >> i just want you to know, robin, cold drink is nowhere on the map. just you. >> figures. >> what do you call these? >> fireflies. >> fireflies. >> fireflies. >> okay, everybody -- >> i thought you were going to say lightning bug. >> lightning bug is in there. >> do we have the map -- lightning bugs. [ applause ] oh. >> i like this game. >> last but not least --
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>> water fountain. >> no one is going to say bubbler? no, no, i say water fountain. whoa, whoa, whoa. >> i think george calls it a bubbler and when he saw no one else did -- i never heard of a bubbler. >> ixnay on the ubble-bay. you know what word i'm curious i don't want to say what i call it. a large sandwich, you call it hero. >> sub. >> po boy. >> anybody call it a hoagie? >> a hoagie. >> a philly thing. >> do you say when you go shopping for food, making groceries. >> never. >> making groceries. >> making groceries? >> what do you call what you push around the grocery store. >> cart. >> my wife calls it a buggy. >> trisha. >> speaking trish.
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call -- do you you call it your aunt or your aunt. >> aunt. >> aunt. >> i say aunt but i wish i said aunt. it sounds so much nicer. >> i say aunt. >> i like a good old aunt. >> i'm from long island. i'm like, what up, aunt kat. >> "speaking american" is a book so get out there, y'all, and check it out. see what parts -- >> that doesn't sound right coming out of your mouth. >> when i go home, when i go back to texas all of a sudden that accent, everything kicks back in. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. >> i can't help myself. >> let's talk to garth brooks. >> yes. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. >> as i was saying, bless your pea picking heart. you are working hard out there. >> and i'm supposed to say, hey, guys. hey, guys. hey y'all. >> you and trisha are just enjoying yourselves on this tour. >> having the best time. our babies are healthy. thank god they're off and life is so busy so you don't feel the guilt touring the world with the love of your life and playing
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hopefully withstood the test of time and people are showing up with a great attitude. >> absolutely. [ applause ] >> really nice. >> a good love story and you sure have one. >> i tell you, anyone and that woman makes a great couple. >> you got a busy, busy november ahead. >> yeah, thank god. yeah, we do. we'll be everywhere and see you down at the cmas coming up here soon. so get past that and -- but for me, man, it's the holkers. you can tell my favorite pastime is eating so holidays are coming up. >> have to get through halloween first. >> her and the girls and their usual dress. yeah, there they are. halloween is everything for our family. we love that holiday. >> so were you involved in that getup and we just don't see you. >> no, no, i wasn't involved in that but it was my suggestion because i nted to see it. my wife wanted to be gene simmons so bad it's crazy. she's fantastic. >> i tell you, a lot of people want to be you. congratulations, seven diamonds, seven diamonds. seven -- nobody, not the
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>> to put it in perspective, you mentioned michael jackson. he only had one. >> seven. >> the diamond album is an album that sold more than 10 million copies. you've done it seven times. >> that's really sweet. we're lucky enough to be in front of the most loyal format, the most loyal audience, the country music audience. i'll put them up against anybody in the world. >> trisha gave you a shoutout. ? get such feelings that i explain every time i see you -- >> those filters and it drives me crazy. she loves them. >> filters are eerie. >> those aren't real. >> not to be outdone -- >> oh, yes. whoo. i like it. [ cheers and applause ] oh, honey. >> one of a kind, garth. >> honey, make room by the fireplace. this is coming home with me. that's great. >> i didn't know this before.
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baseball. >> i was lucky enough, we started teammates for kids together. she was on the board and to get it started we went and played baseball for the san diego padres and it was cool. i'm from oklahoma, so we didn't have any professional baseball teams anywhere close to us, so the first professional baseball game i ever saw was starting left field against the mariners for the padres. scared to death. >> great. >> scared to death. >> wow. >> are you kidding me? >> no, scared, scared, horrible. they were fantastic. nobody wanted to h y wanted, but they were so sweet to me. it was great and it launched the charity that's now 20 years old. >> you got a team in the series? >> what's that? >> you got a team in the series? >> yeah, the bucs. always pulling for them. pittsburgh is going to do it. pittsburgh is going to do it this year. yes. [ laughter ] >> he's nothing if not loyal. >> i'm a roberto clemente kid. i just love him. so i've loved the bucs ever since then. >> you know what i love about this man. he walked in, first of all, the
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no entourage in a sweat and everything, just coming in. do you know who you are? >> i can tell you this, when you get to this house you're home so you're fine. thank you. thank you. [ applause ] >> you walked in with a sweatshirt and waiting by the elevator. i walked in and i thought you were one of the guys who work here. i'm like, that looks like garth brooks. >> man, no. >> i love that guy. i love him. >> we will p y you will sing for us. >> i'll do all that. [ cheers and applause ] that's awesome. >> performing live and we also have the best moments from our dog adopt -- when did you guys do this? you did this yesterday, right? yeah, a new home and a puppy in style. >> oh. >> and how you can help. we're going to talk all about that coming up next. >> go home in a limo. >> wow. >> that's pretty sweet.
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when i became governor, i knew we had to protect our colorado way of life.
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a former teacher who's fought for equal pay for equal work. daniel kagan championed property tax rebates to help seniors afford their utility bills. jenise may worked to cut taxes for 30,000 small businesses. and tom sullivan is a veteran who believes in an open and transparent government.
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welcome back to "good morning america." as we count down to halloween, our sponsor ihop is encouraging kids to get creative all month. and on halloween itself from 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., ihop is offering free scary face pancakes for kids under 12 at participating restaurants. so, this is fun, right, guys? >> yes. >> yes. you guys are waiting so patiently. let's see what you came up with.
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i like that. and right back here we have nevielle panthaky, the chef here creating everything so there's some new stuff going on at ihop. >> we have great bold flavors we're featuring this season. we have a delicious pumpkin spice pancake which is fresh buttermilk pancakes with real pumpkin, cinnamon, nutmeg and we have a delicious brand-new apple ring pancake, which is actually -- >> apple is in there. >> inside and then we garnish them with a little bit of cinnamon sugar and a beautiful, luscious, delicious apple butter and it just melts and so cravable. >> thank you so much. now we're going to have to do these, okay, kidsy that's the
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>> okay, you guys ready to eat? you ready now? okay, we're going to do that lara. >> save me one, ginger, please. meanwhile, we are off and running. robin, you guys are trying to prank me while i'm -- i'm talking about an important subject. >> we're on air? >> yeah, we're on air. >> oh. >> we're talking about our doggie adoption event. you have until november 22nd. you're getting another one. part of our mission pawsible even there are many around the country. find your new best friend. if you're on the fence, take a look at some of our amazing moments that happened yesterday on our facebook livestream. oh, you're so cute. you're so cute. with lots of licks, sniffs and wags, these adorable adoptable pups kicked off "gma's" mission pawsible. >> a little hound dog. >> reporter: partnering with north shore animal league america, it's our month long push to find forever homes for shelter dogs. the mission is simple. adopt a furry friend.
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>> reporter: the party continued all day long on "gma's" facebook page. >> shadow. and shadow is a chihuahua mix. >> reporter: with livestreams from times square and shelters across the country. >> i'm now here at the pennsylvania spca. >> the humane society of the south platte valley here in littleton, colorado. >> we are here in burbank, california, at the burbank animal shelter. >> here at the san francisco spca, and i've got gouda. >> reporter: in the first hour in new york, three doggies got new homes. >> there's nbe >> reporter: then in philly -- >> take care of our baby. >> reporter: -- this couple now becoming a family of three. >> from one loving family to another. >> reporter: after adopting their fur baby, this nine-month-old pomeranian boo. >> we wanted to send you home in style. >> bye, boo. >> reporter: and in denver we saw some incredible success stories. >> did the dog pick you or did you pick the dog? >> you know, he definitely picked up. >> reporter: in san francisco -- >> what a face. >> reporter: -- we got to
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adoptions. first chachi. >> a little shy at first. >> reporter: th >> reporter: then this senior pup, maurice. >> well, the tooth was a big draw and he's a real love bug. >> nothing like the unconditional love of a dog and you can join us all month long. we're going live on our "gma" facebook page as dogs find their new forever homes. some great moments that will have you smiling all weekend, i guarantee it. if you're ready to pick up your own pup, our friends at north shore animal league america helped us select shelters across the country. there is one near you. i guarantee it. go to our website. meantime, robin, back to you. >> don't let miss yearwood see. >> i'm telling you, we're already doomed. >> i know if we're going to have ten dogs at the house. >> coming up here with garth brooks, we'll take a stroll and walk outside. you see all these people that are here. >> these people are sweet. >> they're excited to see this man sing. [ cheers and applause ] >> how is everybody doing? >> coming up. ? >> you got it? "gma's" countdown to halloween brought to you by
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s feeling ? >> taking selfies out here. back here with megastar garth brooks. he has a brand-new album called "gunslinger" out next month. can't wait to hear about your new single in a little bit. we're hanging out here. >> you know what's more important? can you back that off? take a look at this woman right here. i mean, whoo, honey. >> does trisha have him well trained or what? let's talk about this new music. >> let's do. it's so much fun. man, it's kind of a reflection of the live show because we've been out for two years now, so any time you go in the studio it's going to be high energy and high fun. >> the ultimate collection is truly ultimate. >> very sweet. the target box we've put together all year long, a lot of stuff in there that you're never going to get anywhere else, and target has been great to work
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>> and you're streaming some music too, amazon. >> can you believe that? finally in this era, it's great. amazon has been fantastic. >> he came kicking and screaming. baby, he's here. he's here. >> that's great. >> okay, and you know we invite you because of the band. we love your -- >> i love those guys. i'm ready to turn it up. >> we'll do that. the moment we've all been waiting for, here's "baby, let's lay down and dance." garth brooks. [ cheers and applause ] >> yeah. ? ? ? i get this feeling that i can't explain ? ? every time i see your face or hear your name ? ? i just go crazy thinking baby this may be my chance ?
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if i said baby let's lay down and dance ? ? i got to tell you girl you drive me wild ? ? every time i see you dance i see that smile ? ? my world gets hazy and i'm moving like i'm in a trance ? ? whoa i know it's crazy but baby let's lay down ? when it comes to love my heart is black and it's blue ? ? swore i was through with romance but girl you're something and i'm counting on you ? ? you're my brand-new second chance ? ? my friends all tell me that i'm not your kind ? ? they say i better pray your love is blind ?
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victim of your circumstance ? ? girl i need you to save me but baby let's lay down and dance ? ? oh ? ? ? when it comes to love my heart is black and it's blue ? ? swore i was through with romance ? ? but girl you're something and i'm counting on you ? ? you're my brand-new second chance ? ? i got to tell you girl you drive me wild ? ? i've never known no one with quite your style ? ? i'm going crazy thinking baby this may be my chance ?
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? girl i know it's crazy but baby let's lay down and dance ? [ cheers and applause ] "gma's" fall concert series is presented by carmax. drive what's possible. ? i see your face and hear your name ?
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on the morning of the biggest night in country music, "gma" goes cma, and lara is right there in nashville as dierks bentley performs live. >> good morning, america. >> yeah. you got us ready for the cmas. >> we are ready for the cmas. >> we are. i head to nashville after the show. >> tag team. i'll be there on tuesday. >> oh, really? >> yeah. >> when you walk in a room, it's hey y'all. >> long island, what's up, everybody. >> can i just tell you, you have the nicest, sweetest fans, the people who support you. >> yes. >> i will agree with you 1,000%. >> and band, as well. i got to say, y'all were great. >> thank you very much. >> said well. said well. >> all right, everybody, thank you for watching. have a great friday, okay. >> great friday.
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take a look at this video. parts the river trail are sinking. this entire section blocked out by erosion. this
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not doing anything to fix it. six other sections are in dire need of repair before they washout too. >> this is supposed to be funded by public money. and it has been neglected. >> the city of greeley says it will cost more than $300,000 to fix the pathway, but they tell us they are working right now to get the money. they hope to start construction on this wiped out area by the spring of 2017. it's the end of october. and it feels like spring time, lisa. >> i know. what month i the 5th warmest october. yesterday we were tied as the 5th warmest. not today. after yesterday's record-breaki8 3. it's a warm one. temperatures well above normal. when it comes to precipitation, we're 3 inches below normal since the beginning of the year. we could use rain, the mountains could use snow. it's not going to happen today. we have cloud cover this morning, but we'll in the low to mid 80s again this afternoon. there is another chance that we could tie, if not break the record high, later on
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low to mid 70s. mid to upper 70s on sunday for the broncos game. looking great on sunday jason, with a high of 70 on halloween. >> earlier problems cleared. look at i-25 downtown. it's going to be sluggish passed mile high and the park avenue fly -?overlooking better getting ovr to coors field into downtown. take a look at the map. you can see red. i-270 and i-70 and downtown, there were earlier problems cleared out. union for the accident that's being investigated and cleaned up. roads like maybe navaho could help and broadway is a
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live from new york city, it's "the wendy williams show." >> wendy: how you doin'? looking good. [ cheers ] i do not judge -- but we're judging. it's going to be juicy. ? [ cheers ] >> now, here's wendy! [ wild cheers ? >> wendy: well. ? thank you very much for watching the show. welcome.


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