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good morning, america. donald trump unplugged. the gop nominee says the shackles are off. blasts house speaker paul ryan and his fellow republicans. >> i wouldn't want to be in a foxhole with a lot of these people. >> and trump's scathing new ad questioning hillary clinton's health now on the air. mystery plane crash. the fbi now inst whether this deadly accident was intentional. a passenger was killed. the street up in flames. what the pilot is revealing this morning. new trouble for jim carrey. the comedian under fire. now being sued by his ex-girlfriend's mother. her explosive claims about the actor. was he responsible for her daughter's death? and the chicago cubs are
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championship series. >> and overnight, the cubs' big comeback. chicago rallying in the bottom of the ninth for a giant win. now perhaps on their way to making history. can they break a century-old curse? ? good morning, america. is the curse about to end? that is the big question this morning after the cubs beat the san francisco giants advancing to the national league championship series. >> it was a very intense nail-biting ninth inning that went down to the wire but the cubs, they are celebrating the big win. they've got a long way to go to overcome that so-called curse of the billy goat. >> we will talk about that more later. first, the race for the white house just 27 days until the election. donald trump lashing out at his
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shackles are off. that tweet part of a day-long tirade. he fired off at least ten attacks. trump's campaign manager, kellyanne, c conway, is here standing by live to talk to george. we'll hear from her in a moment. >> first, let's go to abc's tom llamas at trump tower. good morning, tom. >> reporter: robin, good morning to you. campaign sources say those tweets and clashes with paul ryan are all part of the same strategy. donald trump wants to make sure voters know that he's not beholden to anyone, even the leaders of his own party. this morning, donald trump in an all-out war with fellow republican and house speaker, paul ryan. >> i wouldn't want to be in a foxhole with a lot of these people, that i can tell you. >> but mccain is a brave man. >> including ryan. >> he is a brave man. >> by the way, including ryan, especially ryan. >> i got that. >> reporter: the republican nominee furious ryan told house republicans he would no longer defend him or campaign for him. and trump saying ryan, in part, inspired this tweet. it's so nice that the shackles have been taken off me and i can now fight for america the way i want to. >> the shackles are some of the establishment people that are
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within the republican party, senators and others and paul ryan led to a certain extent by paul ryan. >> they were holding you back? >> to be the nominee. >> reporter: ryan's split with trump comes after that "access hollywood" video surfaced. trump on a bus bragging his celebrity status allows him to grope women. >> when you're a star they let you do it. you can do anything. >> whatever you want. >> grab them by the [ bleep ]. you can do anything. >> reporter: and though trump apologized for his comments, he's suggesting e has been overblown. >> well, first of all, locker room talk and most have heard it before, i have had a lot of women come up to me and say, boy, i have heard that and i have heard a lot worse in my life. >> reporter: trump fully aware that moment could have cost him the election. >> if that's what it's going to take to lose an election that would be pretty sad. >> reporter: his campaign now releasing this vicious ad attacking hillary clinton's health. >> hillary clinton failed every single time as secretary of state. now she wants to be president. hillary clinton doesn't have the
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to lead in our world. >> reporter: the ad intended to slow clinton's growing lead in the polls. trump's running mate having to calm some supporters who were making threats if clinton wins. >> if hillary clinton gets in, i myself i'm ready for a revolution because we can't have her in. >> yeah, don't say that. >> but i'm just saying. >> there's a revolution coming on november the 8th. i promise you. >> reporter: now to give you a sense of the fracture between donald trump and his own party, "usa today" is out with a story this morning that shows a quarter of all republican governors, senators and house members will not be voting for trump on election day. the paper calling this unprecedented in american political history, george. >> okay, tom llamas, thanks very much. now let's talk to kellyanne conway, donald trump's campaign manager. thanks for coming back to "gma" this morning. you heard tom at the top saying this is the strategy now of mr. trump to take on his own party. how is that going to help you win? >> well, it's going to help him just take his message directly to the voters, george.
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party. the rnc us and have a wonderful relationship. i talk to reince priebus several times a day and his chief of staff and chief strategist are in our tower most days. and i'm happy they've provided so much of the basis for our ground game and field staff, so and i just want to say when we pay, when donald trump raises money like he did, millions and millions of dollars yesterday in fund-raisers, a lot of that goes to the party and helps his down-ballot candidates. >> as tom said you've gotten a quarter of senator, members of congress, senator, not supporting donald trump. last night he want the support of house speaker, paul ryan, yet earlier in the day, he said he was losing because he didn't have the support. so which is it? >> we want the support of anyone who is willing to campaign for us. but enough of the pussyfooting around in terms of do you support us, do you not support us? the fashion is that -- fact is that some of these leaders have been wishy-washy and paul ryan has a job to do and the new president of the
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be with him, you know, to help get legislation through. at the same time -- >> does mr. trump want paul ryan to be the speaker if he's elected? >> that's up to the members of the congress. i hope it means we have a majority in the house, the senate and the presidency. because that exhale would be the best indication that americans voting for donald trump for wout indication that amer for donald tru would be the bes indication that americans voting for donald trua would be the bet indication that americans voting for donald truc would be the best indication that americans voting for donald ttu would be best indication that americans voting for donald ta would be t best indication that americans voting for donald tl would be te best indication that americans voting for donald tl would be the best indication that americans voting for donald trump y would be the best indication that americans voting for donald trump for president also want a mandate for him to push through different pieces of legislation. >> it's not looking like that right now. the latest polls have you down about nine points. falling behind in the electoral college as well and we just saw that ad that you are playing now showing hillary clinton coughing and her stumble after that 9/11 ceremony. you've got a huge gap with women right now. how are you going to be able to make that up running ads like that? >> we need to take the message directly to them on issues they
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>> her coughing and stumbling? >> we're calling into question her record as secretary of state and, frankly, that ad we're releasing today is called "corruption," and takes into account the fact that the clintons came out of the white house and said they were dead broke, and made a quarter of a billion dollars in speaking fees -- >> right there you're making fun of her health. >> no, we're calling into her question whether she's got the stamina to lead. i think that's an important issue that came up in the first debate. >> in the second debate mr. trump said she always gets right back up. >> she does, and thank god, and when she fell that day, mr. trump said nothing about it except he hopes she was feeling well. we all did, and we're glad to hear she is running a clean bill of health. >> now you're running an ad? >> george, what does she do every single day? and all she does is call into his question his character and we want this election to be not just about character but also about issues. nobody -- abc did an unbelievable report last night, i hope everyone will see it about friends of bill getting preference by the state department after the earthquake in haiti in 2010. this is not the way that the government should be run. >> i want to go back to another moment in the debate. the other night. mr. trump's threat to jail
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yet he's repeated it on the stump several times and he has called for a special prosecutor, and even trump's allies say that shouldn't be the language we should have. michael mukasey says, "this would be like a banana republic. putting political opponents in jail for offenses committed. and they very well may be, is something we don't do here." >> he's channelling the frustrations of millions of americans and hears from his rallies and otherwise. he feels there's a different set of rules. for hillary clinton. >> he's threatening to use the power of the presidency to put her in jail. >> it wouldn't be up to him. it would have to be adjudicated. through the regular channels just like anyone else. but, george, people feel frustrated there's a different set of rules for hillary clinton. >> he is calling for a special prosecutor. >> we'll have to see if he's elected president if that makes any sense but folks get upset we've got a gentleman an american who took pictures inside a submarine who got jail
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other people seen as violating the confidentially of a national security document, they also face penalty and in this case fbi director jim comey did make clear that she lied about how many servers she had -- >> no reasonable prosecutor would bring the case, he said. >> others are criticized him for that saying that others have been penalized. obviously in abc's polling and other places hillary clinton has a very difficult time proving to the american people that she's honest and trustworthy and i don't think that her actions with her server and the way they treated e-mail imperiling everybody's national security helped that veracity challenge that she has. >> that's all we have time for. kellyanne, thanks for coming in. >> thank you, kellyanne. abc's jon karl is going join us now from washington. you heard from kellyanne and we're hearing from donald trump. how severe is this divide in the gop, jon, and where do we go from here? >> that was stunning. kellyanne conway just went asked directly by george whether or not donald trump thinks that
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ryan, should still be the speaker of the house next year wouldn't answer. i mean that is an extraordinary sign that we are truly at war. donald trump not just against hillary clinton, but against some of the most prominent and respected members in his own party. and republicans are now seeing a situation where base voters supporting trump are angry at them, and also the moderate swing voters who are upset tie this to trump. it's a lose-lose situation for republicans. >> how does the clinton campaign deal with an unshackled trump, his words, unshackled trump? are there concerns there? >> i've been talking to senior people in the clinton campaign about this. they say for the next four weeks they are preparing for a scorched earth strategy coming from donald trump. they think that the next four weeks of this campaign will look like the first 30 minutes of that debate with donald trump
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and bringing up bill clinton's past. that's a real challenge for them because it's harder to get a positive message out fur what hillary clinton stands for. >> 27 days to go. all right, jon, thank you. we move on and get the latest on that deadly plane crash in connecticut. one passenger killed when the flight went up in flames. now the fbi is investigating. abc's linzie janis is here. linzie, fbi involved because of some evidence that this may not have been an accident. >> reporter: good morning, george. that's right. when that plane came barreling out of the sky, most assumed it was an accident. but federal investigators are now looking into whether the person flying it may have crashed it on purpose. this morning, the fbi investigating whether this plane crash -- >> looks like we've got a fully involved aircraft on fire on main street. >> reporter: -- was intentional. the pilot who survived, telling authorities the twin engine crash was not an accident. the plane taking off from an airport in hartford, connecticut, with a student pilot, and instructor reportedly on board. just before 4:00 p.m. tuesday, the aircraft striking utility
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>> the fact that this wasn't even more catastrophic is nothing short of a miracle. >> reporter: then cartwheeling down main street narrowly missing a van carrying her mother and children before bursting into flames. >> three poles, when it hit the last one it just boom. >> reporter: a bystander posting this dramatic video tweeting the plane came inches from our office, went right by the window. the chief of police saying he asked the fbi to investigate because the plane went down near a pratt & whitney factory, describing it as critical infrastructure. the company, a global manufacturer of jet engines for commercial, military and general aviation. that pilot instructor was rushed to the hospital and is reportedly being treated for burns. again, his student pilot did not survive, and that mother in the
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couldn't speak. authorities say it is a miracle no one on the ground was hurt. michael. >> i'm glad no one on the ground was hurt. thank you very much for that. now the southeast is still feeling the effects of hurricane matthew this morning. take a look at this flooding in north carolina. the water is not going anywhere forcing thousands of people from their homes, and phillip mena is there in north carolina. good morning, phillip. >> reporter: michael, good morning, the flooding in this region is catastrophic and this is the epicenter. this senior citizen home evacuated. you can see just how deep the water is now. that red car is submerged. many peopl searching higher ground while they still can. overnight rescuers in north carolina hard at work still pulling stranded residents from their flooded homes. >> this is the worst that we've ever had. >> reporter: 75 miles from the coast, the town of lumberton underwater. >> we have nothing, no clothes, no shoes, no nothing. by grand kids lost everything. >> one, two, three. >> reporter: more than 2,000
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18 people in north carolina now dead. >> too many people have died. and we don't want any more to die. >> reporter: the u.s. death toll from hurricane matthew up to at least 36. hundreds of thousands still without power. tuesday afternoon, national guard troops racing to repair a crucial dam in moore county, a growing hole about the size of a fire truck threatening even more destruction and more lives. >> they're risking their life to get this thing done and to me those are superheroes. >> reporter: this as multiple rivers in the state continue do swell to record levels. this street aligned with businesses is now part of the lumber river in record flood stage for days. michael. >> all right, thank you, phillip. ginger, you have more on the flooding. >> right, because he just said it. record flood stage for days and it will keep going for days so we have more of the images from
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we've been showing you but that's not the only river we have to showcase here as far as who is being affected. flood warnings stretch from south carolina through southeastern virginia, and you can see a couple of those rivers we wanted to highlight. the neuse river is crested at record already, staying up there and staying at major flood stage all the way through sunday. so this is not going to be over for some time. a quick check of hurricane nicole, which is a hits bermuda tomorrow or affects them. we'll come back with more. robin? >> we appreciate that. now to a happy reunion, that 4-year-old girl missing for days, she's now back in her family's arms safe after being kidnapped and found more than 800 miles away. abc's steve osunsami has that story for us. >> oh, you're beautiful. >> reporter: cameras were there and rolling the moment authorities reunited 4-year-old rebecca lewis with her family in florida. >> thank you for bringing me
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missing since saturday until police found her more than 800 miles away at baptist memorial hospital in memphis. a young woman at the hospital saw the girl walking hand in hand with her alleged abductor and recognized her from amber alerts on facebook. >> my dad looked at me and i showed my phone and said she's wearing the same outfit and immediately they took that ride and we went straight to security. >> reporter: police surrounded the silver car in the parking lot and rescued the 4-year-old uninjured. >> i want to say thank you to know when this would end. >> reporter: 31-year-old west wild hogs who changed his name to that legally is in police custody this morning. police say that the longtime family friend was spotted with the girl in several surveillance videos including this one from a nashville gas station around 2:00 a.m. monday morning. tennessee authorities are now under fire for waiting until later that day to issue an amber alert. >> we did receive a phone call from his agency asking us to
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we asked, is the individual she is with a danger? does he have any critical history? again, the agency said no. >> reporter: authorities did issue a police alert to be on the lookout. there are just so many of these cases where the victims are never found, or their cases are ignored which makes this reunion all the more remarkable. hogs has a court appearance in tennessee this morning. robin. >> all right, steve, thank you very much. a happy ending there and a happy ending last night for the cubs. if you are a chicago fan, you really are happy this morning, because it did not look good for chicago cubs fans last night. they were down going into the ninth inning, and then they came alive. breaking the curse or closer to breaking the curse that has been on them for 108 years and scored four runs in the ninth for an epic comeback to win 6-5 and eliminate the giants from the playoffs, and they now advance to the championship series and play either the dodgers or nationals and they are one step closer to breaking that curse that everybody is talking about.
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>> i'm tired -- i'm sure they are tired of hearing about it. one cubs player said after the game we never quit and we aren't stopping now. >> clutch last night. >> i'm sure that's exactly what their fans wanted to see. that's what they wanted to hear. they're not done yet. >> ginger, a new fire in california. >> yeah. this one in elizabeth lake, california. the video here, area of our nation that is so, so dry and could so use some of this rain i'm about to tell you about but the fire watches are up. the wind advisories, especially for northern california, parts of oregon and california or excuse me, washington state, look for that. more than 12 inches of rain possible as we go through the next several days and, again, some of the wind gusts could top 70 or even 100 miles per hour in some of the mountain passes. the chilly cities now brought to
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we are off to a great start. clear skies valley wide and across the state. we do have a disturbance moving through today but it will not bring rain into the afternoon and evening. otherwise, dry in the valley and high country through the weekend. our temperatures will be warm by this afternoon after starting out in the 60s. we will warm into the low to mid 90s across the valley. i know it's still fall, but this is the time of year i get to hear you say, oh, no. this video, rapid city, south dakota, got their first snow.
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good morning. 7:23. i'm danielle lerner. scottsdale police of searching for the driver who left the scene of an overnight crash. this started when officers tried pulling the guy over on shape. he took off, kept going until he crashed into a palm tree near h scottsdale. the driver bailed out and left the car behind. he also ditched a passenger. we're told the passenger suffered minor injuries. an urgent search underway in mesa. if you are with me to be, look at this. police have issued an amber alert for merle beaufort. he was last seen your country club and maine. he suffers om dementia and type ii diabetes. a serious situation. he was last seen wearing a blue shirt, blue jeans and black shoes.
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good morning. we are off to a great start. we have mostly clear skies. you will notice some of a haze over the valley as our ozone concentrations and the dust concentrations go up. you may notice that brown haze as it inches into the moderate range. no air quality alerts. overtemperature, 70 degrees. nice now and warm later. up to 95. we are looking at the roads right now. the desert drive time is up to 17 minutes. westbound from country club to i-10. we had a crash near i-10. that it's now clear. another crash from the adot camera that has moved to the right-hand side. this is i-17 southbound at dunlap avenue.
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at lowe's. you're you're fired. you're fired. should i fire cindy or should i fire you, holly. >> i think you got to fire cindy. >> okay. cindy, you're fired. >> that is donald trump using his signature catchphrase on "the apprentice." producers of the show are now under pressure behind-the-scenes tapes of the gop nominee. we'll have more on that on our big board. >> we'll complete into that with sunny hostin. gop under war. donald trump says the shackles are off after paul ryan refused to come to his defense. and take a look at this in arkansas, attempts to bring down an old bridge didn't go as planned. the broadway bridge still standing after multiple booms. this inspired #broadwaybridgestrong on twitter. finally on their eighth try they pulled it down with a cable and tugboat. >> maybe it's so strong they
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didn't want to leave. also tim tebow to the rescue again. we're going to tell you why the football star turned baseball player is getting so much praise for what he did after a game when he helped one fan in a major way. that's coming up. >> tim tebow is the man when it comes to that. we begin with more trouble for comedian, jim carrey. the actor face a new lawsuit after his former girlfriend died from an overdose. abc's linsey davis is here and linsey, the woman's mother is now blaming carrey. >> that's right, robin. in mother of carrey's ex-girlfriend accuses him of yet another role only acting as if he were a mourning boyfriend, a grieving good guy when she says he was really the one who caused her daughter to go into a tailspin and then supplied her with the ill league drugs she took to kill herself.
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mother of cathriona white has filed a of cathriona white has filed a lawsuit against him blaming him for her 2015 suicide. sweetman alleges carrey gave white three sexually transmitted diseases without warning her, lied to her about it and then dumped her out of concern for his own image. in a statement sweetman says, as a family, we want the world to know the truth about who jim carrey really is. carrey's attorney, martin singer, responded, it is understandable that a mother who has lost a daughter will look for someone to blame but in directing her grief and rage at jim carrey and joining this ridiculous lawyer's attempt to capitalize on cathriona's suicide mrs. sweetman is heading down the same dark path as kathd -- cathriona's green-card husband, mark burton. her estrange husband also filed a lawsuit against the actor accusing carrey of giving white sexually transmitted diseases while concealing his diagnosis and carrey responded saying i will not tolerate this heartless
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both burton and sweetman's lawsuits claim carrey obtained prescriptions under the false name of arthur king and provided them to white leading to her september 2015 suicide. white's body was found in her los angeles home surrounded by four prescription medications, none of them in her name. carrey's ex was an irish makeup artist who allegedly suffered a long battle with depression. after their breakup in court to wants where her mother says, one of the stds carrey gave her can leave a woman unable to have children. he was also a funeral. george? the latest in kim kardashian in seclusion but her sister broke the family silence saying she's not doing well and calling it a wake-up call for the whole clan. abc's mara shchiavocampo is her with more. good morning, mara. >> we have new information about the investigation this morning. abc news confirming a passer-by found a diamond cross pendant on the street near the hotel that's believed to belong to kardashian and presumably was dropped by
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this as kardashian is now filed a lawsuit related to the case. >> reporter: this morning, khloe kardashian speaking out for the first time about her sister, kim's, terrified armed robbery. >> i mean, she's not doing that well. i mean, it's incredibly traumatic what happened to her. >> reporter: khloe telling ellen degeneres tuesday that the world famous reality tv star is having to re-think her social media. >> i think it's just a wake-up call to make a lot of life adjustments. >> you cannot share as much. >> in that aspect and just make sure we're protected as well as possible. >> kylie is snapchatting and not concerned about our location being known. >> reporter: the kardashian clan's e! show indefinitely on hold after the october 2nd robbery. >> nothing will really prepare you for this. >> reporter: officials say kim kardashian was robbed by five armed gunmen in paris. fleeing with more than $10 million worth of jewelry. kardashian hasn't spoken since
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but tuesday she filed a federal lawsuit against the website for three posts which she alleges claimed without any factual support whatsoever that kardashian faked the robbery. the lawsuit adding that the post caused kardashian shame, mortification, hurt feelings, embarrassment and humiliation. but now radar online posting a video they say was shot immediately after the crime that exposes holes in her story. showing kim calmly video chatting on the couch. no visible forced entry to the door or marks on kardashian's wrists from being tied up. >> the robbery has a great deal of mystery. i mean it's, you know, made for tv, a spectacle. >> reporter: now, french police won't claim the authenticity of the radar online video and kardashian herself did not respond to our requests for comment. we also reached out to media
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lawsuit, but did not get one back. george, robin. >> thanks very much. michael, to the big board in a sec. >> coming up, are more trump tapes on the way? the women heading to studio headquarters demanding their release. plus, which teens are really most at risk behind the wheel, george? >> i guess we'll find out. >> i guess we'll find out. ss we. 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? ? whoa-ooh ?
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time now for the big board. our team of insiders to weigh in on today's top stories and begin with sunny hostin at the table and, sunny, this pressure is building on mgm and mark burnett. the own "the apprentice" tapes and the behind-the-scenes footage, and now they're being picked by gloria allred, the activity attorney and says there is a compelling public interest in having the tapes released that she says that should trump any confidentiality clauses. is that a strong legal argument? >> i love gloria's passion but the bottom line is that public interest doesn't necessarily
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a contractual obligation and i got to tell you, she's trying really hard to get those tapes released. she said that she wants a three-judge panel to review whether or not these claimed legal restrictions are really there and are really enforceable. that is really, really great, but it's a little more like legal theater to me. >> we heard there could be a fine or something if these are leaked but there is a go fund me page that said we'll pay the legal fees for anybody who likes these tapes. is that even feasible? >> it's feasible because there is that rumor. it's been reported there is a $5 million penalty if someone release that is tape, but if you then interfere with trump's contract and you fund that go fund me, i think he could unleash his 400 plus attorneys on the people that fund -- you know, he's got this scorch the earth type of litigation strategy so you could actually be putting yourself at play here if you do that.
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it'll be someone doing it anonymously. >> i would hope so because i think there are real legal problems for people who get involved with this. >> i didn't know you could be sued on the other side. >> samsung moves to halt production of the galaxy note 7. the tech giant shares plugging the tech giant shares plunging, and another smart phone allegedly caught on camera, exploding. becky worley joins becky, this one simple question, how do they come back after this. >> when even the replacement phones catch on fire, then you completely cease production, the only direction to go is to get the 2.5 million recalled phones back without another incident. news today samsung sending out return kits that include a static minimizing bag, thermal shielding box and rubber gloves like they're dealing with a
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saying, a device containing a lithium ion battery with a recall have to use these. these are required. and also about the company's balance sheet, the company's stock fell 8%. $20 billion, poof, gone. long-term, though, samsung is a diverse company and makes appliance, tech components, other smartphones. hopefully that insulates them in the short term, guys. >> but they have to win consumer trust back. at the same time they're in front of the supreme court this week possibly facing damages from apple which could also be a blow. >> yeah, but i will tell you that patent litigation is like a mosquito bite compared to the note debacle. i can imagine their internal pr team, yes, i got the patent wars case. bottom line, no real serious implications for samsung with this one. right now it's about brand damage. i'm telling you no product has ever experienced a pr beat-down of this magnitude and the other android phonemakers are licking
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>> that's right. we move on to concern over the future of the olympics. rome is announcing that it's abandoning its bid for the 2014 summer games. that's just the latest let's talk to lz granderson about all this. boy, used to have cities clamoring to get the olympics and now they're walking away. >> well, it's expensive. it's very expensive and it's really responsible for italy to withdraw its bid considering the financial situation that it's in. remember, it's still limping from the global recessn it would have been irresponsible to spend tens of billions of dollars to host a two-week party. >> lz, when rio won this summer's past olympics, everybody went crazy and l.a. is one of the final cities up for it now. you live in l.a. do you want the olympics? are they going to go crazy? do they want the olympics there? >> put it this way, it's like hosting a new year's eve party. everyone wants to party. nobody wants the cleanup. no, i don't want the olympics
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quadruple. of course, not. when you consider the financial benefits of hosting the olympics you want the money infused into the city, and i spoke to the mayor. the infrastructure is mainly in place, overhead would be relatively low in comparison to other cities and good thing financially, i just don't want to be tuck in traffic any longer. >> traffic is pretty bad in l.a. one of the worst cities and, becky, what do you think? 2028, san francisco out there, your city, throw the name in there. >> we've held the super bowl, america's cup, we've got the rugby world cup coming here. super bowl can do it. we can do the olympics too. can we get some public transportation to go with that? >> i'd love to have the olympics come back here. >> you would? >> yeah. >> oh, i would hate it. new york is already so crowded. can you imagine having a bunch of people here for the olympics? i don't want it. i'm from the bronx. i don't want it. no, no. >> george, you can be on the committee. sunny, you're off. thank you, lz, thank you. becky, thank you and sunny, thank you, of course, thank you for coming in. coming up in two minutes,
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? superhero. yes, we're talking tim tebow coming to the rescue. the former heisman trophy winner playing baseball these days but what he did after the game getting a lot of praise. t.j. is here with that story. hey, t.j. >> robin, i've never told anybody this but when tim tebow was our colleague at "gma" he pulled me to the side, and he said, t.j., look, i'm going to tell you a secret. i'm superman. and at this point, i believe it. all right. tim tebow has leapt into action. has come to the rescue. yes, he's playing minor league baseball now, but a lot of people think he's trying to makes it to the majors. he might just be trying to make it into heaven after some people
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miracle. >> reporter: the game was over, and then tim tebow made his best play of the day. the heisman trophy winner turned minor league player was signing autographs after a game when a man in the crowd collapsed. appearing to suffer a seizure. >> he was laying on his back and he was convulsing and foaming at the mouth and it was such a scary sight to behold. the crowd immediately backed up and was in sheer panic. >> reporter: tebow rushed to his side, placed a and said a prayer. soon after the seizure appeared to cease and tebow stayed with the man for 15 minutes until the paramedics arrived. this isn't the first time tebow who made headlines when he joined the mets' farm system last month has helped his fellow man. in june when a passenger on a plane had a heart attack, tebow comforted those around him with prayer. and this morning, brandon berry number 15 was by liz side. >> would just say thank you very much for being there for me and thank you for praying with me. >> reporter: tebow says it's all
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there's -- nothing else matters. that matters. that young man is what matters. >> and this is why people love tim tebow. he transcends sports. the guy is a heisman trophy winner, a national champion, played nfl for a little while and trying to play baseball. he is just a good guy and have this experience with him. you can't help but root for the guy. yeah. >> he's a polarizing figure to a lot of people. in a lot of he puts his religion out there, and the tebowing, and the knee, but you can't argue he is a good dude. >> he is authentic to himself. the gentleman he helped is a georgia fan. >> yeah. >> and so, you know, tebow was at florida. they were big rivals. >> and he told me as he's helping him which is probably not the best time. >> couldn't switch now. >> he has also written a book. tim tebow and he'll come back home here and talk to us about it in the coming weeks.
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when you get done with all that sport, come on back home, baby. coming up in our next hour, a parenting alert. are all those gadgets at home helping our hurting your family? guys, aimee copeland is here four years after surviving a life-threatening disease. her message of hope and how she's paying it forward this morning. and janet jackson is here live -- no, no, she's not. >> don't do that. >> t.j. just went -- >> you've never seen her like this before. pregnant at 50. wait till you see it. >> you can't do that to us. >> i had to. do that to us. ag't slowing you down. but your immune system weakens as you get older increasing the risk for me, the shingles virus. i've been lurking inside you since you had chickenpox. i could surface anytime as a painful, blistering rash. one in three people get me in their lifetime, linda. will it be you?
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new photo of janet jackson pregnant at age 50. only one person i know that did that was my mom. she is opening up about getting ready for her first baby and we've got a real-life hero, aimee copeland. she'll be here live. are you ready for that too? [ cheers and applause ] yeah. i also have to show you all of the devastation, all the catastrophe in parts of the carolina. after that you will rain. this was a good thing that happened. this man sent us a video. he said, went fishing in windsor, north carolina, a bright spot in all this horrible news and caught a catfish. how does that look? not bad so there is something to come from it. oh, goodness. that would be crazy. that's his front porch by the way that he's catching a fish from. this segment has been brought to you by carmax. we have to get to your local news and weather. it is coming up next. [ cheers and applause ] and wea.
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good morning. 7:56. i'm dan spindle. we expect the justice department to formally fire criminal charges against sheriff joe arpaio. the judge ruling he by luddy court orders in the racial profiling case. an attorney for the sheriff said arpaio will plead not guilty by a court filing. that means there is he is still allowed to run for his seventh term but if convicted, of a felony, he will need to step down. make sure you check your mailboxes. early voting ballots go out today. the first day you are eligible to vote in the upcoming election. you can still request one. the early ballot deadline is october 28. a valley teenager is safe after he was rescued. phoenix fire said the boy started feeling fatigued around 1130 phoenix fire said the boy started feeling fatigued around 11:30 pm he needed help and was halfway up. crews had to use the big wheel
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the nomination is shutting down a proposal for the grand canyon. councilmembers voted against building an aerial tram saying they are done with any tors of developments. supporters of the tram city could bring in thousands of jobs. we're off to a cool start. we will keep 70s in the forecast through 9:00. it will start to one from there. a slightly slower warm up today. the 90s will said in around early afternoon. upper 80s by noon. today's high is 95. a few high clouds will drift in this afternoon. don't plan on rain. we will see high clouds. we will not get any wet weather from those. mostly clear skies and highs in the low to mid 90s. looking at your desert drive times from our centurylink traffic center. this is a 33 minute ride in on i-10 from 75th avenue to the mini stack. we have crash in the title. we have glass on i-10. this is interstate route 143,
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the eastbound side, some glass into left lane's. avoid those planes. you will see delays here. 8:00. 8:00. we're back in 25 minutes with sheriff paulab was headmaster at desisto school in massachusetts. a boarding school rife with abuse. a lot of things went down that probably shouldn't have. this isn't about abuse or neglect, because none of this was found. except these records show the state found it, students and parents testified about it, and a judge ordered it to stop. the cornering, the sheeting, i didn't know how to live and function as a normal human being. i'll end with that, thank you so much.
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. donald trump declares war on his own party lashing out at house speaker, paul ryan, and his fellow republicans. >> weak and ineffective. led to a certain extent by paul ryan. >> his campaign manager defends him right here this morning. >> enough of the do you support us or do you not support us. >> as trump and his campaign release vicious new ads attacking clinton. parenting alert. your phone might not be hurting your relationship with your kids. the new research revealing why it's healthy if mom and dad are phoning it in. what? ? baby love ? baby, oh, baby. janet jackson like you've never seen her before, showing off her baby bump. what she's saying about being pregnant at 50 and how she's getting ready for her first child. ? our house ? and our favorite chef is here, wolfgang puck firing up the kitchen and he's saying --
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>> you're not going to share that steak? >> no. good morning, america. boy, that is a big steak. >> he was serious. he did not share the steak. >> he's going to cook up something for us this wednesday morning. amber and i went to his new place, new restaurant, his first here in new york last week, delicioso. and we've also got aimee copeland joining us. she is stronger and more hopeful than ever after suffering a life-threatening infection four years ago sharing her powerful story and revealing the groundbreaking medical advancements giving her independence. can't wait for that. >> i can't wait to hear that interview, as well. we've also gout our cutting-edge beauty series. we're trying out one of the newest trends in skin care, magnets. >> yes, indeed.
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it's supposed to help reduce signs of aging and stress. we're going to see how it works and how you take it off. it might just surprise you. that's coming up. >> got to learn something new every day. to paula faris with the morning rundown. >> i'm relaxed just looking at that mask. >> good morning, everyone. the big story, donald trump unleashing an all-out assault on the republican party establishment. trump is ripping into house speaker, paul ryan, and other party leaders who have defected or denounced him. his strategy comes amid new reports that claim trump could now be in danger of losing states like georgia and even arizona. abc's tom llamas has the very latest for us this morning. hi, tom. >> reporter: paula, good morning. we're 27 days out before election day and donald trump is fighting two battles right now, one with hillary clinton and the other with leaders of his own party. "usa today" out with a story showing a quarter of all republican governors, senators and house members will not be voting for donald trump on election day. this morning george asking trump's campaign manager, kellyanne conway, about the deep
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paul ryan. >> we want the support of anybody who is going to publicly endorse us, but enough of the pussyfooting around in terms of do you support us or do you not support us and the fact is that, you know, some of these leaders have been very wishy-washy, and i think that paul ryan has a job to do to keep the majority in congress and the new president of the united states will go ahead and be with him to help get legislation through. >> reporter: the next two days trump is in battleground florida a state many believe trump needs to win if he wants to win this election. paula? >> all right, tom, thank you. and the flooding crisis in north carolina is getting worse. thousands have been told to evacuate to higher ground as the floodwaters in the aftermath of hurricane matthew move downstream. 19 people have died. 2,000 people have been rescued in the town of lumberton, and there are fears that more dams could give way. and a gas explosion and massive fire destroyed two homes near chicago as a gas leak was being repaired. two workers were injured.
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this came just hours after new federal regulations were announced requiring more gas lines to be equipped with automatic valves. and new details in the sexual assault case that rocked a prestigious prep school in new hampshire. lawyers for former student owen labrie are requesting a new trial. in court documents obtained by "newsweek" they argue that labrie's conviction under a state computer crime law should be thrown out because he contacted his then 15-year-old accuser on a school e-mail system that was limited to campus servers. they say those servers may not be covered under state law. there is new concern about the safety of teen drivers. a new study finds that the number of teens involved in deadly crashes, it is rising for the first time in nearly a decade. speed is the top cause. the study also warns teen girls are at most -- most at risk rather for being distracted behind the wheel. finally, if there was an award for grandson of the year, one guy in nebraska would win it.
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grandmother in florida because her phone wasn't working after hurricane matthew, so what did he do? he called papa john's near her house and ordered a pizza. he asked the delivery man to bring his phone with him so that he could talk to her. now, he knocks on the door. she's reluctant to answer the door. she said she didn't order anything but he replied your grandson did. she couldn't stop smiling but she said, you're only going to come in if you have the garlic butter sauce with you for the pizza. no, but she invited him in. she said it was the best pepperoni pizza she's ever had and started showing family albums. >> it was the best tip ever because he had his phone and the grandson talked to the grandmother like that. it was amazing. >> very sweet. >> thanks for sharing that. thanks for sharing that, paula. news that goes pop. >> yes, indeed, good morning to you all and to you and janet jackson is sharing what it's like to be an expecting mom at 50 years young in a "people"
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the "rhythm nation" singer showing off her baby bump saying we thank god for our blessing. those close to her say she is over the moon excited and feels great. first time mom married to businessman wissam al mana and is keeping a low profile until her due date. you can get a glimpse of her in "people" magazine on newsstands this friday. any excuse to look at janet. i saw you. >> looks great. >> a little something. >> she looks great. >> she does. >> congratulations, janet. we cannot wait to hear the great news. > sir rod stewart. sir rod stewart, i should say, the bawdy and naughty english rock star has just been knighted by prince william joining the ranks of sean connery, michael caine and paul mccartney all knights themselves. the grammy winning singer accompanied by his wife penny lancaster. this is, like, my play list. and their two sons, aiden and alastair took a bow before the prince as he was officially knighted with the sword and stewart brought his
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and swapped the traditional tailcoat and top hat for plaid pants and a red cuff jacket. i just want you to enjoy this for a moment. an oldie but goody. the performer recognized for his 50-year music exstensive charity work. he's very, very generous with his time and his money. >> i didn't know william could make people knights. i thought it was just the queen. >> now you know, george. don't ask any questions. >> we have a little lip-sync battle going on with robin. >> isn't that a good one? >> i love that. >> producer amy was saying which rod stewart song, i said they're all good, baby. but this one, the best. then a more serious story. the clown crisis has a new victim, ronald mcdonald. taking a forced vacation. yeah, management from the golden arches saying they won't send out the friendly face of the brand to community events until the scary clown crisis is over. on social media fans expressing their sadness. one saying when we change our lives like that, the clowns have won. >> the clowns have won.
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burger king still has not been benched. ronald mcdonald is benched for the moment, and that is "pop news." i probably should have done "pop news" in a different order, i'm guessing. maybe finished with the music instead of the clown crisis. >> it's all good. it's all good. >> ronald, it'll be okay. >> you'll be back, buddy. >> we'll look ahead. the big question are you spending too much time on your phone at home? we're going to have new research talking about how that technology is affecting your relationship with your kids. and aimee copeland is here sharing her inspiring story with our very inspiring robin roberts. they're going one-on-one. cannot wait to see this. we'll be back with that only on
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just a little bit live in the studio. we're going to move on to a new study that reveals some interesting insights that could have every parent in america looking at their phones in a new way. it's about how your engagement with your phone affects your relationship with your kids. dr. janet taylor and ericka souter. let's lay out what the study found. >> it looked and talked to 35 parents and care givers and found even though the promise and potential of mobile technology is to make our lives easier, in fact, they felt more stressed and they felt more pressure to be connected at home while trying to connect at work and am i good a employee or am i i a good parent? they felt more distracted at times from their children and a? they felt more distracted at times from their children and at times felt stressed. it wasn't all bad news. the fact they felt stress meant it's an opportunity for all parents to understand why they feel stress and more importantly what they can do about it. >> to look at the problems right there but it also revealed, and this was kind of surprising, some upsides. >> right, the upsides were that those phones provide an escape from boredom. it also makes you feel connected to the real world which is really important when you've
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day. there was another benefit that moms told me about and it's the fact that they're focusing on something else that can help their kids develop much-needed patience. >> right. you say i'll be with you in just a minute. i'm just finishing this right now. but you talked about the stress, janet, and the study also gets into the whole idea of trickle down stress. explain that. >> well, we're humans, and as parents, we do the best we can but there are times when you may read something on your phone, which may upset you or make you depressed and it's important that you stop and create that space -- >> i've had to catch myself with that. >> right? you stop and you catch that moment and understand it's really important that we have face-to-face time and that face-to-face time is hard to get and it's positive and parents in the study reported they did snap so it's an opportunity to either create some rules about how you compose yourself and certainly as a family, set your time in terms of how you're going to not interact with technology. >> makes it hard to not bring those work problems home. >> it's reality but to be aware
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children are always watching. >> so what tips do you have for parents on how to make this constructive relationship with your phone and your kids? >> it's hard to cut the cord but now there are apps that will let you use your phone in a more healthy way, and these apps help you monitor how much time you're spending on your phone but what you're spending time on and they're called screentime moment and quality and they're really fabulous tools that every parent should have on their phone. >> okay. thank you, ericka souter, janet taylor, thank you both. coming up, aimee copeland is here live four years after suffering a life-threatening disease and robin is here talking about her amazing story and how she's paying it forward. ? about her amazing story and how she's paying it forward. life can be messy... but with crayola color wonder... it doesn't have to be. because the fun stays on the page...
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on this wednesday to "good morning america." wait, so, wolfgang, you have steak. you have lobster and i got the salad. >> a little salad for you in the morning but i'm going to cook you the perfect steak in a few minutes. over temperatures are climbing but we're still at 72 at phoenix under clear skies. 82 by 10:00. sunny around lunchtime with
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97 this afternoon. we will continue this trend of cool morning said warm afternoons. high clouds drifting in as we go into the afternoon and evening. don't plan on rain. i will forecast looks to stay i have been looking forward to this. aimee copeland is the definition of resilience and for me and countless others she is certainly a source of inspiration. aimee captured the nation's attention after she was left a quadruple amputee. since then she has continued to defy the odds refusing to let anything hold her back. we're going to speak to her in a moment but first here's a look at aimee's story. >> reporter: four years ago, aimee copeland's life forever changed after a ziplining
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of the wire snapping. >> reporter: the dent left her with a deep wound that became infected by an aggressive flesh-eating bacteria. in order to save her life, doctors amputated aimee's right leg, left foot and both hands. this morning we are seeing the first photograph of aimee copeland. >> the nation watched as aimee battled back. miraculously just four months after the accident, aimee made her public debut on "katie" and showed incredible strides in her recovery. today, thanks to her spirit, >> oh, yeah, oh, yeah. >> reporter: and new high-tech prosthesis made by randy alley, >> see how that feels. >> reporter: aimee is regaining her independence, embracing her new normal and spreading her
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obstacle. >> goal. >> no matter what challenges in life you face, if you want something bad enough, you will find a way. [ applause ] >> aimee certainly has done that. aimee copeland and randy alley join us now, the first time in our studios for both of them. please give them a warm welcome to be joining us. >> yes, yes, yes. great to have you. you both here. aimee, my goodness, you're making history. >> thank you. >> the first quadruple amputee and to have this type of prosthesis. >> i've tried different ones over the years and last summer when randy and his team fit me in just three days, the first time i tried them on it was like totally different than anything i'd ever experienced. they just felt like a part of me, an extension of my natural arm. just like the real thing. so it was amazing. >> i bet it was. randy, tell us what is so innovative about this. >> traditional sockets don't control the bone so everything feels like it's slopping around and it's heavy and unstable.
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compressing and releasing around the tissue so that the bone inside is fixated or stabilized so that it feels like a part of you and becomes a part of you instead of something attached to you. >> that's what's so important. because you want it to be a part you and not just -- that it's an extension. >> absolutely. >> both of you, both of you are changing lives and i know that your intent is to help others but those that you help, randy, inspire you and help you in the end and your company. right? >> can never have a bad day. it's just an awesome thing to do and be a part of. they're the stars of the show but we like to have a piece of that. >> oh, well, you are being very, very, very humble, and you, aimee, the way we saw at the end of the piece, speaking, you have two masters degrees now. one wasn't enough. you have two. you have two very special internships. what is it that you speak to people about? what is your message to them? >> i think compassion was a huge part of my healing. working with organizations like friends of disabled adults and children, seeing little kids who are in wheelchairs when you're helping others you're not focused on yourself.
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you're lacking. it makes you grateful and it makes you pass on that gratitude to others so my -- i strongly recommend that anyone's who is facing struggles, go out and help other people and you would be surprised at how much it actually helps you. >> you make it look easy and i know it hasn't -- i know it hasn't been for you so tell us what has been the most difficult part and what got you through those difficult times? >> you know, we all have those dark nights of the soul. those difficult times when i'm trying to do something and everything is going wrong. i think having friends and family around actually my best friend, corbin, of ten years is in the studio audience today, and has been a tremendous lifesaver throughout this entire experience, my pfamily. my study, the whole community really just banded together and i think the support system is one of the most important things. all you need is love. >> that's true. and have you that in abundance and, randy, you've worked with other, bethany hamilton who we know very well what happened with her with the shark encounter. >> yeah.
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>> well, it's a small field. and i've been doing it for a long time. but you get a reputation for focusing on certain things and the interface, the socket part is what we focus on and by design, and we hope we're marching things forward a little bit. >> speaking of marching forward, you are paying it forward. tell us about this nonprofit nature center that you're trying to bring about. >> yeah, so, you know i love the outdoor, and i love being outside, and as soon as i became disabled, and i said, where's the nature center for people like me? and was disappointed to find there were none in my area so my goal after i become a licensed clinical social worker is to combine my counseling with full mind, body, spiritual growth and to focus on the outdoors, community gardening and helping people to just fully immerse themselves in nature. >> and i understand that you fully enjoy bagels. didn't you mention that? >> yes. >> so your mom, your beautiful mom, you said you wanted bagels
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>> thank you. that's awesome. >> yeah, so you can bring these back to the atl with you. maybe you'll share them with randy, as well. >> we'll see. >> we got wolfgang puck upstairs so. bless you and thank you both. thank you very, very much. we appreciate that. >> thank you. thank you so much. hope you come upstairs. we have another full hour, oh, no, half hour left to go. coming up, i know. coming up we have minnie driver here live and wolfgang puck is going to be cooking too. what a day.
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good morning. 8:27. i'm christopher sign. we are learning more about the man police officer shot near 40 the street and van buren. the guy had just gotten out of prison 10 months ago. now likely heading back police officers tell us they got a call about a man. when they arrived the suspect was wearing body armor and holding a gun. officers say he pointed the gun at them. that's when they opened fire. the suspect was hit several times and is expected to survive. one storms, it is hard to clean up. but you need to worry about scams. and stafford, several homes are in need of repair after saturday night's microburst has the police chief warning people to do their homework when hiring a contractor.
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scam, if the contractor asks for money up front. house our weather looking? looking very good. we are up to 72 degrees but still off to a nice start to the day. i will warm up will be slower today but it will be warm 82 by 10:00. 89 by noon. today's high is 95. you'll notice some high clouds this afternoon into the evening as a disturbance moves across the state. we will not get any rain. sunny and mostly sunny and warm through the afternn. we have some crash is from our centurylink traffic center. one is 101 at baseline. another is in the west valley. i-10 eastbound past 83rd. it is blocking traffic. let's give you a look from the adot camera. it is blocking the right side of the freeway. it looks like the three right lanes. stay to the left to get by.
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being updated on mallory keeping a close watch on your traffic conditions.
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? we welcome you back to "gma" and we have a great audience here with us. this wonderful wednesday morning. wow. >> how many people sat in traffic on the way to get here? nobody? >> it was 4:00 in the >> how many are going to sit in traffic going home? all of you, right? but, george, you have a littleing. >> it could help. this is counterintuitive. we all have problems with traffic. trying to get to work. live in d.c., 75 hours a year stuck in traffic. 74 if you live in houston but it turns out there is a way to avoid it and it -- it's basically letting people cut in
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polite. that's right. you need that gap between cars to let meme come in. what are you laughing -- >> i'm listening. >> it's true. >> i'm not laughing. i'm just listening? >> when you exit, you know how somebody tries to get in front of you and you get all defensive. let them in. they're blocking the next lane. why do you smile? >> i know why. it feels like you're rewarding bad behavior. >> lime glad you said it. >> i do have -- >> it makes sense. >>et do allow the proper distance and then somebody cuts in i'm like, ooh. i'm leaving that proper distance but i should know now it's a good thing. >> it happened yesterday. i had my blinker on doing everything right and -- the woman like made it so that i couldn't -- i was like, why. i rewarded her with a thank you. >> are you serious? >> yes. >> read between the lines.
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that was not what she did. >> i absolutely did. i absolutely did. >> you were probably saying thank you but there were a few fingers missing. just saying. >> chances are. >> so do you let people in and are you -- >> i know it's the right thing to do but i can't say i always do it. no. >> george. >> it's a little tough. >> i'm with george on that. >> make an effort. we have a platform. let's all decide that we're going to do the right thing. >> because -- >> yes, yes. [ applause ] >> which i really did do that. >> because now that you know to cut down on traffic the bottlenecking. >> right. >> we're doing it. >> let's just do an experiment. a group experiment where we just try it one week everybody try to be polite and see if it works. if it doesn't let's go back to being rude. >> one week. >> but this is something. how many -- do you remember your first love? >> i do. >> snoopy.
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that's not what i had in mind. this young kid, he's in fifth grade and he has a girl he had a crush on and he wrote her a love letter. >> ah. >> i'm going to read this letter to you. in fifth grade he writes dear abby. >> read it like a giveth grader would read it. >> are you serious? >> come on, please. >> dear abby, your eyes remind me of the evening sky. my heartfelt like broken glass until i saw you. and then i felt like i had every pokemon ever. i love how you play zelda even when people think it's weird. if you like me, it would be my first ever victory. >> ah! >> how sweet is that? >> that is adorable. >> how sweet is that. [ applause ] but this kid --
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>> he wrote the letter and her uncle published -- put it on reddit and he got help from the other girls in the class which i love -- he has such a crush on this girl he went to other girls and said, can you help me write a little -- >> brave. in yeah, yeah. >> good for him. >> have you ever gotten a love letter. have you ever written one? >> of course. >> which one? >> which one? >> i think both, robin. i mean but i don't thi nearly that eloquent in fifth grade. i was such a tomboy. i was sort of like meet you on the court! you better like me. >> i like you. check yes and no. >> did you -- yeah, the box was always a good -- >> i was in second grade when i got my first kiss but it was involuntary. my next-door neighbor did it in the middle of the classroom in front of everybody. >> horrifying. >> i was so embarrassed. and i was actually okay until i
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about it and told everybody at the dinner table and that was it. >> how about your two young ones. do they get little love letters -- >> i think right now -- i'm going to respect their privacy because there's a lot going on. >> nice. >> when you ask him that, my whole face went -- george, you do what you want to do. boys, i'm their father. i'll find out where you live. >> bettnot even 12 yet. >> oh, come on. >> if it happens you don't want to know it. >> lara. >> it is what, not who. the wonderful, the gorgeous, the talented, minnie driver is with us, everybody. [ applause ] >> hi, you guys. [ applause ] oh. oh. hello.
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>> i got to kiss everyone. >> hi. hello, love. >> hi. how are you. >> good to see you. >> thank you very much. >> lovely. i love what you're wearing. >> look at you. >> you know what, welcome to the show. >> thank you. >> welcome to new york. >> thanks. >> and we know that you love one of my favorite things, there was a good excuse to get it, the frozen hot chocolate from serendipity. to make you feel a little bit better -- >> no, come on. there we go. >> oh, my gosh. you guys. >> >> if you've never had one of these, i'm not kidding -- >> i use my kids as an excuse to go there. >> it is a frozen hot chocolate? >> it's really good. >> it has two straws. >> thank you, thank you. >> it's the most delicious thing. >> mm-mm. oh, that's enough. thank you. they bought it for me. they bought it for me, robin. >> sorry, minnie. it's very good. nice to share. >> we'll chat. you sip as needed. we want to talk about
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>> a great show. >> thank you, thank you. thank you so much. >> if you haven't seen it it's on abc and minnie plays a fierce momma bear to her kids, her husband. i spoke with you about it at the emmys. you seem like you were genuinely enjoying this role, this experience. >> yeah, i love it very, very much. i mean, listen, no one is making any bounds about what we do for living is entertainment but when you do do a show that'ses wry and that is truly great without that being -- we're not proselytizing or forcing it down people's throats but encouraging people to look at inclusivity in a different way and certainly people who are living with disabilities to just process it and metabolize it differently and it's -- >> makes it so normal and so funny. >> exactly. >> typify something. to not -- this is a family with a certain set of challenges.
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challenges. i love it because it is typifying something that we i think for the most part keep at arm's length. >> made it all relatable. >> yes. >> and you do it in a comedic way but also created some -- like a 'stachetwg or a movement. >> yeah, yeah, exactly. i mean, there's -- the cp foundation have -- you know, the reality is most able-bodied people are a little intimidated and worried abo wheelchairs and they don't quite know how to interact or what to say so we avoid it or have done and there's this great -- there's this great campaign called smile and say hi which i think is a really great way of us all figuring it out. >> and the young man who plays your son j.j. is amazing. >> isn't he great? [ applause ] >> so talented. so talented. >> yep.
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all of them. and they're amazing. and the guy who plays my husband is -- >> funny. >> i had never seen him before. >> no? >> he's a brilliant, clever -- he's one of the cleverest people i know. >> everybody is incredibly funny and to give the audience a little taste of your work, let's take a look at this clip. >> all right. so be home by 4:00. >> 7:00. you agreed to eight hour. >> that is a i mean the longest j.j. has ever been gone if he wasn't in school is -- >> how was "the notebook." >> not bloody long enough. i loved that ryan gosling -- >> so fast from overprotective to oversexual. [ applause ] >> michael, oh. it's good. it's funny. i like it. i like it a lot.
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journalists have said, you know, what do you hope the takeaway is from the show. i think thinking that the social message but we want people to laugh. laughter is what breaks down wars. >> amen. >> bigger than -- >> you're doing it. >> no one has trouble with laughing. you can all laugh and check it out called "speechless" on tonight at 8:30 p.m. eastern right here on abc. coming up, wolfgang puck. so many of you hungry, stick
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wow, welcome back, america. it's a gorgeous morning with gorgeous women and men in tooimd and real quick look. 13 people from -- >> nebraska. >> nebraska. all right. back now, of course, great news for superhero fa cumberbatch who stars in "dr. strange" gracing the cover of we are starting the day with clear skies. a few high clouds drifting in this afternoon as we see a disturbance move across. we will not get any rain across the state >> we can get excited here.
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crayola. let's get back inside, lara. >> thank you very much, ginger. it is time now for our cutting-edge beauty series and today we're taking a closer look at skin care regimens to battle pollutants and mara schiavocampo is back with the story. hey, mara. >> nearly half of the u.s. population lives in counties with unhealthy levels of pollution and that can be bad news for your skin. but experts including our friends at "vogue" magazine say there is a lot you can do to protect yourself. we all know sun cause of skin damage but now some experts say your skin may have a new enemy, pollution. data over the last few years finding pollution from things like car he can haase and industrial emissions, tiny particles up to 20 times smaller than your skin's pores may cause inflammation and irritation and could accelerate signs of aging like wrinkles and brown spots. >> the particulate matter in the
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your skin. >> reporter: one study supported by a cosmetic company compared two groups of women and found those living in the city showed a more than 20% increase in hyperpigmentation and wrinkles than those living in the country. 23-year-old chel ly flie has ben living in new york for most of her life. >> it feels greasy and heavy and it's been layered on every layer that i could add to it is just on my skin and living there. >> and that m disgusting. >> fees awful. >> chelsea's fix. >> really important that we strengthen and also defend the skin against environmental pollutants and aggressors throughout the day. >> cleansing and protective skin care routine. >> and then finally, you'll apply the cilantro and orange extract. >> what can you do? some experts suggest washing your skin thoroughly at night to get rid of pollute apartments tuck to moisturizer and makeup
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topical antioxidants and using a pore cleansing mask weekly. >> make sure you rid yourself of that particulate matter is so important. >> now some experts also suggest getting an indoor air felt their can cut down on pollution like allergens and smoke and also to make sure you change your air conditioner filters regularly. >> we have more with dr. whitney bowe joining us. certified dermatologist. tell me about this mask. >> this is the magaziis the mag and wrap it in a tissue and what it's going to do. it's going to lift away the iron particles in the mask. >> wow. >> it also supposedly lift as way the impurity, the pollution, basically anything that is stuck to the skin throughout the day. >> sort of pulls it out.
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>> do you like the idea of this. >> love the idea of it. so i think this is a very cool thing to incorporate. you can do something every single day. >> does it feel good? >> oh, yeah. >> it feels amazing. very cool. >> okay. [ applause ] so that's -- >> that's once or twice a within. >> this is every day. double cleansing very hot new trend. >> double clepsing. >> double cleansing. it removes makeup and pollution. >> what if you have dry skin, i do no cleansing. i just moisturize. >> this is great first use an oil based cleanser, my favorite is olive oil, gentle, effective, you want to take a cotton -- any kind of cotton ball or pad, dip it in the olive oil. >> obviously if you don't mind i'll come over here and show it to you. but basically just gently put it on the skin and hold there and wipe it away and it will remove all of the dirt, you want to follow that -- >> second with a cleanser. >> water based cleanser and look
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cleanser and wash away with water and have that double cleanse and deep clean. >> i love it, love it. >> really easy ideas from dr. whitney bowe and, of course, mara schiavocampo, thank you so much for that. lady, you look fabulous. coming up, wolfgang puck is going to feed us and give us some great recipes live on "good
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a police officer, undercover investigator, and dea task force agent of the year. paul penzone caught murderers, put drug kingpins behind bars, and created award-winning programs that protect our community. paul penzone... a new sheriff who will put our safety first. ? welcome to my house ? we are back now with the world famous chef, wolfgang puck is here. he's opened his first new york restaurant. at the four seasons hotel and here to cook us a delicious meal. amber and i were there last week, it is spectacular. the food, everything, the artwork. >> thank you. i know, it's a beautiful restaurant. >> first one in new york. >> new york was like my playground. i went to the theater. i said i don't want to work in
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finally we decided to open a restaurant at the four seasons. it's a cut sfraents. we specialize in meat but have a lot of fish and lobster and great appetizers and sals and so forth. let me show you a little meat. >> don't you play a little music when -- >> in the morning is "wake me up" by avicii. ? >> everything is better with a little music. >> now, you steak really well when you cook it and i love lots of cracked black pepper on it so that makes it really delicious. in how about the cut of the meat. >> the cut of the meat like we have different cuts so here this is a japanese beef. this is the new york steak. a porterhouse steak, bone in fill lay, grass fed beef. we have it all here. all right. >> ooh. >> so you season it.
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and thyme and cook it on the grill or in a pan, a cast iron skillet like that. >> i never thought you'd do it like that. >> make sure it's really hot like this, nice and hot. you can see your smoking and it has a good color so that's the most important thing and then when you cook it, it's good to let it rest for a little bit so i'm going to take this one off and i'm going to cut it up. >> here you go. >> all right. >> we'll let it rest no, no, no. >> oop. >> we let it rest for a few seconds. while it's resting i'm going to make you a little salad with beets. >> we have yellow beets. we have red beets. all kinds of beet and yogurt? that's what makes it different. >> greek yogurt. put a spoon on here like this. put it out and then you can lay
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>> looks so good. >> all different colors. it makes it look beautiful but it's important. it tastes delicious too so that's really good thing. red one, yellow one, pink one. >> but we continental forget about this here. >> this one is our seafood salad. >> nicely done, wolfgang. >> we have a butter lettuce salad which is really delicious with a little avocado cheese and fresh herbs and dressing -- >> can you get all these recipes on our website. we'll be right back.
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"good morning america" is brought to you by walgreens. at the corner of happy and healthy. >> look how beautiful that steak is from wolfgang puck. thank you, wolfgang. thanks for coming in. >> thank you so much? thanks to all of you for
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