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captioning funded by cbs good morning. it is thursday, june 30th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." a private meeting between the attorney general and former president bill clinton is raising serious questions. loretta lynch said the conversation on her plane had nothing to do with the investigation into hillary clinton's e-mails. police in turkey raid suspected terrorist hideouts as a new picture emerges of the sued bombers' moments before the airport attacks. >> are you competing with a computer to get tickets to your favorite shows and concerts in the battle against ticket box that jack up those prices. we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener." your world in 90 seconds. >> we are still learning all of the facts.
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but we know this is part of our broader shared fight against terrorist networks. >> turkey responds to the deadly airport attack. >> 13 people are in police custody according to turkish state media. >> no claim by islamic state but they have never claimed responsibility for an attack in turk turkey. >> 250 isis fights are believed to have been killed. >> isis was created during the hillary clinton regime. she has done nothing about isis and it started with her. >> an investigation with former president bill clinton meeting with loretta lynch. >> if it comes down to hillary clinton or trump, who is more qualified for the job? >> i can't talk about qualifications. can i say this, ah! >> you've lost the room.
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>> emergency crews are responding this morning to a fire that spans about 500 achers. >> they are stuck on a roller coaster more five hours. >> they are all right. >> these ladies are lucky when a car crashed through their salon. >> justin trudeau tried a tricky simultaneous double handshake. >> finally, this house gets to see a romance up close. thanks for making that possible. although i still think dude diplomacy is more accurate but i'll get over it. >> a lot of people are wondering what barack obama will do after he is president. a lot of speculation. today, i read that he is thinking about becoming a venture capitalist in silicon valley. you know what? good for him. though, he may have to make a slight adjustment to his poster from change to
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announcer: this portion of "cbs this morning" sponsored by toyota. let's go places. ♪ ♪ welcome to "cbs this morning." the investigation of hillary clinton's private e-mail server faces new questions this morning. attorney general loretta lynch met privately this week with former president bill clinton at a phoenix airport. lynch says there was no discussion about the fbi probe. >> they met just before the house benghazi committee released its report on the deadly attack in libya. nancy cordes has a closer look. >> reporter: the meeting took place as president bill clinton was leaving that phoenix airport and lynch arriving. she say they did not discuss the e-mail investigation. but it is providing new fodder for republicans who argue that her justice department can't be impartial. >> i did see the president at the phoenix airport the other
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night as i was landing, he was heading out. >> reporter: the encounter between the attorney and the former president was initiated by him, and reportedly lasted about half an hour on her plane on the tarmac. >> he did come over and say hello and speak to my husband and myself and talk about his grandchildren and his travels, and things like that. so that was the extent of that. >> reporter: an aide to president clinton told cbs news saying hello to a cabinet is a courtesy the former president always extends but even the impression of favoritism could hurt lynch as her department investigates hillary clinton. some have called for the appointment of a special proper and even came up at lynch's confirmation hearing. >> have you ever discussed the clinton e-mail investigation with president obama or anyone at the white house? >> no, sir, i have not. >> reporter: do you anticipate that happening? >> no, sir, i do not. >> reporter: lynch insisted wes the probe will be fair.
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>> it's being handled by career investigators and career agents who always follow the facts and the law. >> reporter: the encounter comes the same week that another 165 pages of clinton's e-mails were released as part of a separate court case. some of which clinton failed to hand over to the state department last year. in one e-mail from 2009, clinton tells her top aide huma abedin she is concerned about her personal files saying, quote, i think we need to get on this asap to be sure we know and design the system we want. what did she mean by that? abedin told lawyers under oath on monday, i would imagine anybody who has a personal e-mail doesn't want that personal e-mail to be read by anybody else. that deposition was part of a lawsuit filed by a conservative legal group that alleges clinton set up her private e-mail account to evade federal records requirements. the clinton campaign has not had any comment on the meeting at the phoenix airport beyond
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saying, gayle, that they agreed with lynch's version of events. >> thank you, nancy. a new picture of the terrorist behind the istanbul airport attack. this image from a security camera reportedly shows all three suicide bombers just before the attack took place. >> turkey is raiding suspected isis hideouts. an official said overnight police raids swept up a dozen suspects. the death toll from the attack has risen to 42. 239 others were wounded. holly williams is at istanbul's ataturk airport with new details about what happened. holly, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. those police raids targeted individuals accused of financing and recruiting for isis according to turkey's state news agency. meanwhile, we have a much clearer idea of how this terror attack was carried out. it began here, when the three attackers arrived at the international terminal in a taxi. turkish media claims this photo
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from a security camera shows this three suicide bombers as they arrived at the airport. two of the attackers managed to force their way inside the building, armed with guns and hand grenades despite a layer of security at the door. turkish reports say these images show one of the attackers inside the terminal and another dressed in a thick quilted jacket in the middle of summer, which would have aroused suspicion. one of the sued bombers detonated in the middle of the busy arrivals area. another at a nearby entrance. and a third upstairs in the departure section close to passport control. security personnel managed to shoot that attacker before he, too, blew himself up. >> i heard the blast so i thought there must be some bomber. then shooting. >> thomas kemper from atlanta, georgia, was just a short distance away from that blast
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waiting for a connecting flight. the attack sent him and other panicked passengers running for a place to hide. >> it was very terrifying especially as you have these images the bomb went off. you're still alive but now they come and shoot you because you think of paris, orlando, all of what you've seen. >> reporter: heart broken relatives began burying their dead yesterday. most of those killed appear to have been muslims, murdered by terrorists during the islamic holy month of ramadan. the attackers were not muslims said the turkish president. they prepared their place in hell. despite those raids on isis suspects, the group still has not claimed responsibility for the massacre here at istanbul's main airport. gayle? >> thank you, holly williams reporting at the airport in istanbul. the cia director says the bombings bear the hallmarks of
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isis, despite no claims of responsibility. john brennan says he would be surprised if the group is not plotting the same kind of attack here in the united states. >> security has been stepped up at major airports. the new measures come as millions of americans travel for the july fourth holiday. jeff pegues has new details from the istanbul investigation and the risks here at home. >> reporter: good morning. turkish investigators say all three attackers were foreigners, one is confirmed to be chechen. the others from central asia. cbs news has learned that investigators are using dna to identify the men and investigators are scanning social media to see if official isis channels are taking credit for what happened at the airport in istanbul. >> to my knowledge, there is no credible claim of responsibility at this point. >> reporter: cia director john brenin' said on wednesday the istanbul airport attacks bears the hallmarks of is circumstances. >> being -- isis.
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>> it is unfortunately a feature of our times that isil in particular has been determined to carry out these attacks. >> reporter: turkish media claim these images show the killers, armed with automatic weapons, grenades and suicide vests. they arrived in a cab together and then split up. a u.s. intelligence source says the driver of the taxi has been interviewed and didn't recognize the language the men were speaking. after the attacks last year in paris, intelligence officials in europe warn that isis leaders had trained cells of operatives for coordinated international attacks. brennan says the u.s. is not immune from similar isis strikes. >> if anybody here believes t t that, you know, the u.s. homeland is sealed and that isil would not consider that, i would guard against that. >> cbs news has learned that isis chatter in recent months indicating the group was intent on targeting transportation hubs
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in turkey, including istanbul's ataturk airport. >> jeff, thanks. the u.s.-led coalition continues to hammer isis militants in iraq and syria. air strikes hit 15 targets tuesday in syria and included a training camp and intelligence center. in iraq, war planes bombed 17 isis targets. video reports to show a compound in fallujah. iraqi forces control the city for the first time since 2014. >> donald trump is calling for torture tactics against isis. the presumptive republican nominee talked about waterboarding and promised to defeat the military group and accused hillary clinton of gaining isis strength while she was secretary of state. major garrett is following the trump campaign. >> reporter: good morning. as you said, donald trump wants to fight terrorism by using harsh interrogation tactics bringing them back and massive
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bombing blocking muslim immigration and some cases sfalg some mosques in america. hillary clinton calls all of these tactics out of bounds and so do some top republicans. >> you know, isis was created during the hillary clinton regime. >> reporter: donald trump blamed rifle hillary clinton and the obama administration for misreading the isis threat. trump called that key evidence to gauge clinton's future effectiveness if she were president. >> reporter: if she gets in, it will be massive and we won't have a country any more. we will be afraid to walk outside. >> reporter: trump's insistence irks fellow republicans and using interrogation tactics as a response to the group's bar barity. >> we can't do waterboarding but they can chop off heads and drowning people in steel cages. >> reporter: 2008 presidential nominee john mccain says
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waterboarding jeopardizes american troops. >> if you inflict enough pain on someone, that person will tell you whatever they think that you want to hear in order to make the pain stop. if we torture people, then what we we expect our enemy would do to americans who are captured? >> i simply can't vote for him. >> reporter: mitt roam told cbs's john deck dickerson. >> i think it's taken us in a direction is very unfortunate long term. >> reporter: trump is pushing for higher import tax and caring up trade details and ticked the chairman and wall street editorial page all argue these moves will kill far more jobs than they create. >> thank you, major. the newest national presidential poll by fox news finds hillary clinton ahead of donald trump by six points. it is one of four recent polls showing clinton in the lead.
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the margin ranges from two points to 12 points. john heilemann is managing editor of bloomberg plxs olitic. welcome. >> hello, friends. >> hello, friends! >> how are you this morning? >> so much to talk about. >> there is. where should we start? >> you have so many shows and you're so involved with so many people. we could talk about that. but let's, first, talk about hillary clinton and her husband, the former president and a meeting with loretta lynch which seems on the face of it, simply to be an innocent meeting of two politician saying hello, but -- >> not just smart, right? not a smart thing to do. you know? the case she is still being investigated by the fbi. the justice department has jurisdiction over that case. the president, former president clinton who usually has a good finger for politics and perception, just going and having the conversation, it just does him and his wife no good. what is the point? >> they are at the airport at the same time. i say what is the point of that? why can't he just go over and
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say hello? >> none of us will never know if all he did was just say hello. i take them for their word it was all perfectly innocent but your wife is under investigation. she is the nation's top law enforcement officer. is there a latin phrase called ex parte. ex parte communications generally to be avoided as a legal matter and also avoided as a political matter. >> let's turn to the presidential campaign although this is part of the presidential campaign as well. trump, third speech in a week on trade. "the new york times" saying today that his anti-trade statements at odd with mr. mr. trump's long history as a businessman he is heavily reliant on the name of putting profits rather than america first. >> interesting not at odd with his rhetoric. he has put out his campaign has had you out a series of statements pointing to his attacks on nafta and other free trade deals going back 30 years. part of the reason why to the extent that this is politically effective, he generally seems to, as a political matter at least believe these things.
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this is a consistent argument to make it a long time. on the other hand, there is the way he conducts his business which has been benefited massively from the trend of globalization and foreign labor and all of the things that a lot of businesses have capitalized on over the course of the last 30 years. >> he started his campaign that way when he came down the steps in new york talking about immigration and trade and china. then the brexit vote and notion of trade and immigration and globalization so that is the new uptick. >> you listen to what he has been saying. he kind of prestaged the brexit vote and now capitalizing on it and adopt a lot of that language. a lot of things he is saying are lifted straight out of the headlines of the lead campaign in britain. a fascinating thing in this campaign. we have never ever seen a republican candidate who has defied the orthodoxy of free trade and never seen a
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republican candidate attacked by the chamber of commerce in a direct way. likely the chamber of commerce will endorse hillary clinton. i don't think they will but more likely they on hillary clinton side than donald trump's side on the base of his nondoctrine ergonomic proposal. that is a major candidate. >> we have never seen a candidate like him on many levels. >> we are out of time? >> charlie wants to keep going. let's keep chatting. >> john heilemann, thank you so much. thank you for being here. >> oh, you weren't at the table, were you? >> no. do you have any lunch plans with anybody interesting? >> i do. i do. i have some excellent lunch plans today. >> you believe in love? >> i do believe love is love, love is love. as was once said. around the world in afghanistan, there is some breaking news. taliban is claiming responsibility for a suicide bombing that killed at least 27
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people. this morning's attack outside on of kabul targeted a bus full of police trainees. they kay say one bomber struck the bus and later after rescue crews came to the scene. police in montana are helping the hunt for a bear involved in a deadly attack. the confrontation between a grizzly happened outs of helena. police say the bear knocked him down during a bike ride and killed the bicyclist. crews in idaho are working to stamp out a fast moving wildfire today that has destroyed one home in southeast boise and threatened others. no mandatory evacuations are in place at this time. the most decorated olympian of all time is officially head to go rio. >> michael phelps is going to win it. >> michael phelps is the first american male swimmer to qualify
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for five olympic games. he won the 200-meter butterfly at the u.s. trials in omaha yesterday. he will look to build on his record 18 gold medals and 22 medals overall. he could swim in up to six events. >> and it could happen on his birthday. >> congrats to them. in the wake of the oscars controversy, the motion academy
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♪ the fda asking questions about popular hand sanitizer. that is ahead. tomorrow, new controversy about the olympics. >> this is what the water looks like that some athletes will be competing in during the summer olympics. i'm ben tracey in rio de janeiro where the brazilian government
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good morning, i'm brook thomas. police detective are interviewing the victims of the hit and run hoping to get a description of the vehicle that ran her down. woman in her 30's was hit by a car at 23rd and moore in point breeze just after midnight. driver kept on going. police are also interviewing possible eyewitnesses. lets check the eyewitness forecast with meteorologist katie fehlinger. >> it is looking like a good one. we have full sunshine, low humidity, comfortable as day goes on but warm but comfortable. we will show you gorgeous view outside kutztown area middle school. sunbeam evident, bright blue sky not one cloud in that sky and it will be the story all day to day. expecting seasonal afternoon upper 80's, tomorrow a cold and warm front will cross through bringing with them
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showers and thunderstorms but promises to be a pretty nice holiday weekend in general, meisha. >> sure does that was a gorgeous picture, katie. all right, good morning, well, in terms of the traffic lets take a look at the boulevard southbound moving toward schuylkill, very, very, very slow. show you wide in a moment but give yourself extra time there. in new jersey we are looking okay 42 freeway northbound looking at vine in the west and eastbound side you're okay as well. twenty-nine as you push toward vine, 27 on the blue route, brooke, over to you. our next update 7:55. up next this morning high tech ticket scalper, costing you a seat at your favorite show. i'm brooke thomas, good
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♪ you can say that north american leaders need a little work on a little more collaboration. justin trudeau had an awkward handshake yesterday. he joins president obama and the president of mexico. they finally got it. it is awkward when you extend your hand and the person is going the other direction. >> you couldn't see the picture when you were reading but obama is going, what are we doing here? >> how does this work? >> the three amigos as they call them. welcome back to "cbs this morning." in this half hour, the people behind the oscars promise to answer concerns over racial divide in the academy. we will lee the first major step
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since the controversy dominated this year's award and why it's not winning everybody over. the fda asks manufacturers what is in hand sanitizers. ahead the agency wants to know happens after your skin absorbs the liquid. time to show you some of the morning's headlines from around the globe. britain's "independent" reports on a surprise announcement today by leading brexit campaigner boris johnson. he declared he will not run for prime minister of britain. he had been a favorite to replace david cameron who announced his resignation after a vote to leave the european union. >> reports smoke on egypt air flight e8 4 when it crashed last month in the mediterranean. it is confirmed debris from the airliner shows signs of damage because of high temperatures and that could lead investigators to the cause of the crash. all 66 people on board were killed. the "miami herald" reports on disney world removing some alligators and crocodiles from its shows and ride after a little boy was killed by an
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alligator at the disney world resort. it is reported that one was no longer in a peter pan in a parade. disney is still evaluating the process and the procedures. the oklahomian reports that eight people strand odd a roller coaster more than an hour and stuck a hundred feet up in an oklahoma city amusement park. the seven children and adult climbed down with the help of firefighters. they do not know what caused the malfunction. los angeles times reports the oscars are opening its doors in the first major step toward diversity. they announced yesterday it's inviting a record 683 new members, 41% of them are minorities and 46% are female. "entertainment tonight" co-host
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fresno phrase yafrazier is in l angeles. >> reporter: the academy has been under increasing scrutiny and pressure to diversify its voting membership after the last two years, all of the actors and actresses at the oscars that were nominated were white. now these new members are aimed at answering those critics, but here is the big question -- is it enough? >> i'm here at the academy awards. otherwise, known as the white people's choice awards. >> reporter: that is a perception the os on cars are hoping to change thanks to a major expansion and diversification of the academy award's membership. among the 683 new invitees, at least three many thought were overlooked in last year's voting. >> what they calling you? >> reporter: michael b. jordan and creed" and idris
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before it was 8% of minorities and this new pool increases that to 11% and still some wonder whether that is enough to make a difference in oscar voting. >> just having people of color and lgbt people and women in the room and giving them the ability to vote doesn't really do much if you still have an overwhelmingly white overwhelmingly male and overwhelmingly heterosexual body making the votes. >> a second straight year, all of the acting nominees were white. jada pinkett-smith announced she was boycotting the oscar ceremony. >> i will not be at the academy awards and i won't be watching. >> reporter: the #oscar so white started trending on twitter and the protests against the academy grew. >> the academy had to show up and show out in terms of their list this year. >> reporter: the academy's board of governors laid out a five-year plan and issued a
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statement saying, in part, the board's goal is to commit to doubling the number of women and diverse members of the academy by 2020. to meet that goal, "variety" says the academy would need to add 500 nonwhite members and 1,500 women. i spoke to the academy award's president. i stood in front of that furor at the nominations. how do you feel today? >> i feel great and you know why? because the organization, as a whole, is solidly behind this movement. >> reporter: now, tre'v el. >> of "the new york times" says adding the new membership is part of the solution. he add you have to give hollywood the studios to start diversifying the projects they green light. even though you you add all of these members, it's just a small move towards making things change, but it is a move in the right direction. gayle? >> that is the bottom line what many people are saying this morning or at least they are trying to do something. thank you, kevin frazier.
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>> exactly. >> "entertainment tonight" brings you a full report tonight. check your local listings for the exact times. the fda is raising questions this morning about hand sanitizers. the government wants scientific data from manufacturers on three active gretingingredients and w know how they are absorbed especially by pregnant women and children. a trade group is standing by those ingredients. millions use them every day. >> the research that we have provided over the years and we believe the agency has already, shows that these products are used safe and effectively around all populations. >> the fda stresses the move does not mean it thinks hand sanitizers are ineffective or unsafe. >> i think the research and testing is a good idea. >> when all else fails, there is soap and water! >> i heard one doctor say you
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can't always bring a sink and water with you. it is nice to have a little purell bottle. could you buy hundreds of tickets to a hot show in three minutes? jamie yuccas shows us. >> hard-core fans for "hamilton" are dueling for seats but some lose the battle before it even begins. ahead, the software taking your shot away from seats. if you're walking out the door right now, watch us live and take us with you. cbs all-access app on your digital device because we know you don't want to miss actor and comedian denis leary who is coming into our studio 57 to talk about his new show. we will be right back. hello new coppertone sport. it's reformulated to feel lighter on your skin, but still protects and stays on strong. new coppertone sport. hello sunshine.
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♪ ♪ if you like it put a ring on it ♪ ♪ >> it's harder for people to land tickets to big acts like beyonce and "hamilton" the broadway hit may be sold out because of so-called ticket box. jamie yuccas is at richard rodgers theater in "the new york times" with a plan to crack down
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on machines that steal the show. good morning, jamie. >> reporter: good morning. "hamilton" plays here six nights a week and officially sold out at the box office until may. that only leaves two alternate ways of snagging a seat. you can either sleep outside for days just hoping for a cancellation or turn to the computer which is frustrating and also illegal in more than a dozen states and here in new york, violenters could soor -- d soon pay for freedom. >> if you're looking for a ticket on the "hamilton" broadway show it will cost you plenty and hard to find. >> 1945, that is the lowest price! ♪ >> reporter: it's not just "hamilton." it could be next to impossible to get a ticket for popular concerts too. as tickets sell out at a furious rate. one reason is you're not competing for tickets with humans. you're competing against
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computers called ticket box, the modern tool of old-fashioned scalpers. and it's not a fair fight. a single ticketbot scooped up 520 seats to a beyonce concert in brooklyn in three minutes. another snagged up to more than a thousand u2 tickets to one show in a single minute! soon after the irish band announced its 2015 world tour. >> the unfair advantage when you have software programs and systems that doing it far fasten than anyone could normally do it. i love it to be fixed but the question is how. >> reporter: how? >> how? i don't think you can stop the bots. >> reporter: bots was supposed to be stopped by the squiggly broken up letters you're asked to type in that only humans can detect, until now. >> there's software that can do optical character recognition and the reception they get more intelligent to operate more like
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humans. >> reporter: scalpers sell those bot tickets on stubhub and can be marked up more than the original price. stubhad you been says they are trying to fix the problem. >> we are working with new york legislatures and legislatures around the world to make sure that bots are laemted eliminate best possible way to get access to tickets fairly and equitable. >> miranda asked to stop the bots from killing broadway. new york attorney general eric snyderman helped lead the charge in new york's stiffer penalties. they were handled with a fine. what is the fine? >> they vary now but talking about thousands of dollars worth of fines for people who can make millions of dollars. >> reporter: if governor cuomo signs the bill into law, offenders could face jail time.
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>> white collar crime you can deter. these people plan ahead. they don't want to be slapped with an indictment. >> reporter: attorney general snyderman conducted a huge investigation into ticket scarcity. he says while bots are a problem, they are only a piece of the puzzle. promotional give-aways and artists holding back tickets to inflate prices also contribute to a lack of available tickets. >> we say boo on bots. step up right now. a ticket for hamilton for $6,000 right now on stubhub! i think that is a little crazy. >> is it for the closing night, july 9th? >> i don't know if there is a date on it. i don't think it is, though. thank you, jamie. a new look for miss teen usa. ahead, a lon
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♪ apparently, the queen is expected to earn 45.6 million pounds next year. if you ask me, she has earned everything. look how hard she works. ♪ ♪ she works hard for the money so hard for the money ♪ she works hard for the money you never see her ♪ >> it's a pretty good bargain. can you imagine how much they would have to pay her if she waved with both hand? >> that is pretty good. pretty good, mr. colbert. >> that is very good. the queen is very busy. the music too. she works hard for the money! >> but no one doubts she has been a great queen. >> exactly right and she has always got her bag. hard carrying that bag. miss teen usa is eliminating a longstanding part of the competition.
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the swimsuit portion is out of here! instead of bikinis, contestants in las vegas next month will appear in athletic wear. in a statement the organization president said, the change reflects an important cultural shift that empowers women who lead active, purposeful lives. those swimsuit competition dates back to the miss america pageant in the 1920s. it was criticized for being degrading to girls and women. the contest made the switch. >> how old are the girls? >> that is the thing. i personally liked the bathing suit part, myself. i do think that there is something to be said about miss teen usa because they are 14 to 19 years old. >> why do you like the bathing suit part? >> i think a woman's body is really beautiful. >> we can agree on that. >> i like to see it. i think it's a work of art. i personally like to see it and it's a beauty competition. so i don't necessarily think it's sexist, i get what they are
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good morning everyone i'm jim donovan. we are getting a look at a suspect in yesterday's shooting of a cab dryer in camden. police released this surveillance video from the john wesley village apartments. investigators say man stabbed cabdriver juan fortuna a tuesday night, fortuna crashed in the parking lot and the a taker got away. let's turn it over to katie for a look at the forecast. >> forecast is very nice in general, jim, looking ahead to the holiday weekend we will see a system crossing through tomorrow but one day event a and rest of the forecast will look really stellar. today is a stellar take not much to see here folks, we barely have a cloud in the sky anywhere across the delaware valley so it looks fantastic. tomorrow is when this warm cold front will cross through
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so a few showers and thunderstorms and saturday long gone right through sunday and most of monday which we could see a shower come monday evening, meisha. >> good to know, thank you so much. >> looking outside, we do have an accident here, it is pulled off to the right lane and shoulder on 422 eastbound at trooper and also another accident 95 north past woodhaven, if you are just one lane, we will get this cleared out, in the middle will, blocking everything right now, tacony palmyra bridge set to go up at 8:05 a.m. next update 8:25. coming up, former director of the cia tells us how government is keeping americans safe. i'm jim donovan, good
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♪ good morning. are you happy? it is thursday, june 30th, 2016. welcome back to "cbs this morning." there is more real news ahead, including new developments in the terror investigation in turkey. we are going to talk to the former director of the nsa and cia about preventing attacks right here at home. first, here's a look at today's "eye opener" at 8:00. targeted individuals accused of financing and recruiting for isis according to turkey's state news agency. >> investigators say all three attackers were foreigners. one is confirmed to be chechen and the others from central asia. she says they did not discuss the e-mail investigation. but it is thriving new fodder for republicans. >> trump wants to fight terrorism by using harsh
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interrogation tactics and hillary clinton calls these tactics out of bounds. never seen a republican candidate who is attacked by the chamber of commerce. an amazing fact. >> never seen a candidate like him. >> the academy has been under increasing excrete knee and pressure to diversify its voting membership. now these new members are aimed at answering critics, but is it enough? >> "hamilton" plays here six nights a week and officially sold out of the box office until may. >> i'd love it to be fixed but the question is how. >> how? >> how? i don't think you can stop the bot. >> this is interesting. i read that a record number of americans are expected to travel this fourth of july. a new record. yeah. true story. and if trump wins the presidency, twice as many americans are expected to travel this 4th of november. yeah. ♪ i'm charlie rose with gayle king and norah o'donnell.
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impromptu meeting between bill clinton and the attorney general of the united states is raising questions about the fbi investigation of hillary clinton's e-mails. the former president spoke privately with loretta lynch on monday at his request. aides say the meeting took place on lynch's plane as the two crossed paths at a phoenix airport. >> lynch's justice department is leading a criminal probe into the haneledi irandall handling classified information on hillary clinton's e-mail server. the attorney said she did not speak to the former president on this case. >> i was landing and at the phoenix airport and he was heading out. he did come over and speak for my husband and myself and talk about his grandchildren and travels and things like that. no discussions were held in any cases or anything of that. he didn't raise anything about that. >> lynch insists the fbi probe will be fair following the facts and the law. we are learning more about the terrorists who killed 43 people, including 19 foreigners at
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istanbul's airport. the security camera image reportedly shows all three sued bombers just before the attack. cbs news confirms the men are not turkish. the cia director john brennan says the attack bears the hallmarks of isil. isil is another name for isis. no one has claimed responsibility. >> raids picked up a dozen suspects last night in turkey. holly williams h, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. turkish media is reporting that one of the sued bombers was chechen and came here from rocca the capital of syria. one is naming him as vadamal but no confirmation on that. the taxi driver who dropped the three attackers here at the international terminal told investigators they were speaking a foreign language he did not recognize. other reports suggest all three were foreigners.
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two of the attackers forced their way past airport security and then blew themselves up inside the terminal building. a third attacker detonated his suicide vest here at the entrance and you can still see damage from the blast behind me. it appears that most of the victims were muslims, killed by an act of terrorism during the holly month of ramadan. despite the police raids on isis suspects, the group still has not claimed responsibility for this massacre at istanbul's main airport. >> holly williams at the airport in istanbul, thank you. retired four-star generally michael hayden was director of the national security agency from 1999 to 2005. then he led the cia from 2006 to 2009. general hayden, good morning and good to have you here. let's start with the very latest information. we have reported that turkish officials believe one of the attackers is chechen and that the others are from central asia. why is that significant?
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>> well, it just shows the international draw that isis has been able to achieve and it's not the first time we have seen it. we have known those kind of attackers like europeans, like some north americans have been drawn into the conflict. so the fact that they were used for this particular attack, interesting. not surprising. well below shocking. interesting, though, because their presence there actually is one of the legitimate reasons that vladimir putin has russian military forces in this fight and i think he has a bunch of other reasons but this one -- >> chechen? >> chechens and other south asians in the space when they are done here going home and presentsing a general threat to russia. >> what do you make of the coming together of vladimir putin and -- >> what seems to be in trail before this attack that they wanted to get over the shoot-down of the russian
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aircraft. president erdawan apologized for the shooting down of the aircraft. look. erdawan is looking for friends. at one point a few months ago, he had awful relationships with% every country that bordered turkey. it was terribly isolated and franklin a lot of that was his fault. this case carried out a very erratic foreign policy -- >> established -- >> you realize almost the same time. exactly. he goes back and mends ties with israeli. i think you get a sense that erdawan feels he has hit rock bottom in terms of the neighborhood and needs to start rebuilding. >> does this have any impact on syria? >> in terms of the attack? >> yes. >> sure, sure. i mean, isis is looking for wins. look. these guys get to recruit because they believe they are and look like they are carrying out the will of god and they are the hand of god. it's their mojo. and they have been denied local battlefield victories as the allies have gotten stronger.
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frankly, we have done some of the things that a few folks like me have been calling for several years in terms of plussing up our presence, our fire power, loosening the rules of engagement. now in order to keep that kind of jihadi mojo going, they need to show some wins. otherwise, they don't look like the hand of god. they are happy enough to take wins outside of the theater. >> i'm curious about your first thoughts when you heard about the attack in turkey which was considered a stable part of the world. that, of course is no longer the case. when you first saw it and the way it was carried out, what were your thoughts and what we need to do here? >> well, here in in the united states? >> yes. >> because i heard john brennan's comments saying, hey, this could happen here. of course, look. we have feared that happening here since thanksgiving eve in 2008. we were all preparing for dinner and watching that magnificent taj hotel in flames in india.
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we got geography but further away from the problem. the more these attacks become self-generated. we are really good at stopping the complicate slow moving and port attack that gets hatched here and has to get exported into the united states. frankly, i don't think those would succeed. the last example was probably '09 with the underwear bomber. we built to control the midfield and have to keep doing it and -- >> we have to be right 100% of the time. >> sure. >> they only have to be right one time. >> charlie, there is another correlation to that. that's true and that is going to happen. and so now we, as an adult nation, when it happens, use a metaphor for soccer. when the penalty kick which is pretty much what this is goes into the back of the net, we
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don't need to sell the team and fire the coach and get rid of the goldie. don't jump ejump to the conclusion this was a failure that requires a restructuring of what it is we have been doing. actually a great fear we had was we had the ability to take a tactical defeat over here on our part and, by the way we responded, turn it into a strategic success for al qaeda. let me be political for a second. some of the language that mr. trump has used after the attack has taken some things were bad, don't get me wrong, that attacked in success for an enemy but the language used to describe them has elevated them to this realm where they can claim strategic success. >> he said we need to go back to waterboarding too. >> we are not going to do that and he has said that. that is not disowning what the agency did before but the law has changed. frankly, the agency feels
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betrayed by the broader political structure, having done something they thought the broader political structure wanted done and then found out back here that, well, not so much. so i don't think when john brennan says they are not going to do it, mike hayden says, george tenet, ever do this again? we all go, not it's not but not a disowning what happened before. >> previously you said on spy master that aired on cbs and showtime that the next president or the next cia director will have to bring his own bucket. are you saying that trump has to bring his own bucket? >> yeah. look. this is one of those instances coming out of the nsc meeting, look, we are changing the game plan. we got the attorney general to agree to an interpretation of the one law that does make it illegal, and we want you guys to go do this. at that point, the director is going to have to man up and simply say, for the protection of my officers, i'm afraid, mr.
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president, i cannot direct that. >> which candidate do you think -- >> also certainly some national security people say they cannot support donald trump. >> i am one of those. >> because? >> what evidence i have of his thinking about foreign policy things suggests courses of action that i think would be destructive for our country and our allies and our world. i see no attacking back after securing the nomination no learning curve coming back that was this, that was then and this is now. >> in your judgment, the majority of opinion in the national security field? >> it represents the majority of opinion in that part of the field that i communicate with. >> all right. that was sort of the question i was asking that way. was going to say which candidate do you think is qualified from day one to be president of the united states when it comes to security. >> let me make sure i don't overstate this, all right? i already told you about the
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republican nominee and get to the democrat nominee. in that lane that you've now just been talking about, she is fine. let me give you an additional thought. in many ways, in my view, in that lane, i think she might be a little stronger than the current president. >> in terms of national security? >> right. that's the lane. >> and preventing terrorism? >> that is the lane. on the other hand, i got a whole bunch of stuff over here and a whole bunch of stuff over here that still has to legitimately influence my vote. >> what? >> what concerns you about her? >> stuff that has nothing to do with national security. supreme court justice issue pick would be one thing that comes to mind but in terms of national security, you know, within the administration, she, david petraeus and leon panetta struck for action that doesn't fix this but i don't think this problem is preble nearly as bad. what decision could we have made in '12 and '13 and '14. >> in syria.
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>> yes. with any competence you can tell me made it worse than it is now. >> doing what is recommended could have made it worse. >> i roiealize that and look ho bad it is. i am having trouble defining worse. >> it could be worse than it is now? >> look. . you got russians in the middle east for the first time in 50 years and hezbollah and bashar al assad is less in danger of falling now than months ago. because of our abiliinability t contain this has caused a dissolution for european union. >> in israeli we have seen a lot of national security people from a assad direction and others come out with respect to current israeli politics as you know. can you imagine that a lot of national security people and former cia directors and others will step forward after the nominating conventions and make
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clear their views on america's national security? >> i do. all right? once we have two clear nominees, a lot of people are going to be asked a lot of questions and i think they are going to answer very candidly. i don't know that you get to the hank paulsen and brent. i'm voting for the democrat but i think you'll get an awful lot of folks, i can't work over here. >> thank you very much, general hayden. how does the financial turmoil over breakfast affect your savings and investment? the head of black rock, the world's largest investmen
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you can even choose a car for them. (mom) honey, are you ok? (child) i'm ok. (announcer vo) love. (mom) we're ok. (announcer vo) it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. the world's largest socially network is making changes to its ne newsfeed. posts from news organizations will be less prominent. nicholas thompson is here with us and he talked with facebook's vice president and product management for the newsfeed on tuesday. good morning. >> good morning. >> why the change and why now? so many people get their news from facebook. >> it's a big change.
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a couple of things are happening. one they feel they need to explain why this algorithm works. so many people get their news from facebook and comes from the way they set it up. why do it now? one, they have data suggesting that people want to hear more from their friends. very important. why facebook was founded and within their dna. two, a lot of criticism of facebook and their newsfeed. we want to tell you what your friends like and third of all they will make more money if they do this. if you see stuff from your friends you stay on facebook. you see a news story you might leave and they built up a big infrastructure so now they can pay facebook to have them be read. >> does it follow the controversy they censor conservative views? >> it does but doesn't depend on that. >> denis leary is in studio 57.
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♪ ahead, the couple accused of faking a mt. everest climb. plus a dad starts posing like his daughter. the lesson he is trying to teach
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with these selfies. >> i think she is going to h good morning i'm brooke thomas. fail police are trying to figure out who owns a gun that killed a 13 year-old in germantown yesterday. shooting happened in the gun with the backyard in east walnut lane. teen was shot in the face and rush to the hospital where he died. investigators are interviewing several adults to see if they have a connection to the weapon. now lets get a check on the eyewitness weather forecast with meteorologist katie fehlinger. >> good morning, brooke. things are nice and quiet here across the delaware valley storm scan nice and empty a and we have a bright blue sky out there not even a cloud to report, so, so pleasant. now that the sun has been up for just shy of three hours we are seeing these temperatures rebound lower 70's from i-95 south east and cooler by comparison as we get in the higher terrain but still
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really nice start to the day and crisp almost outside for late june, that is rare but regardless we will take it. upper 80's in the sunshine all day, tomorrow though next system creditses through just one day event watching for more showers and thunderstorms but by week end saturday, sunday and most of monday look fantastic in full sunshine, clouds rebuild with time on monday and meisha, we might see a couple showers monday evening but right now it is just a chance. we will let you know. >> yeah, what a beautiful weekend leading up to monday. >> thanks very much. looking outside we have three accidents to talk about first 195 northbound after academy that right lane and shoulder is affected and penndot is swinging cameras around taking a peak at what else is going on. this is a long shot but overall backups around this is pretty extensive. ninety-five southbound after woodhaven we have another accident here pulled off blocking that right lane as well, just a string of that can be behind that. another one on 422 eastbound at troop are road pulled off to the shoulder here. overall still busy commute, no doubt bit, brooke, over to
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♪ she was posting all of these kind of sexy selfies. i was like tone it down a little bit. well, she didn't. i'll show you what it looks like then! >> a spokane, washington, man is called dad of the year on the internet for mocking his 19-year-old daughter's selfies. chris martin started reposting images of his daughter in april. this shows flower crowns. cassy says she will keep still taking selfies but might go, quoe, on the sexy ones. he put a caption under them and said it took me three days to get this ink off. >> the problem is she was 19. i was expecting a story who was 12. >> well. but -- but i could say, as a father, as a father. >> absolutely! >> you don't want to see your
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19-year-old daughter do this. >> do you realize the silly pictures you are taking of yourself? go, dad! >> dad is watching! welcome back. this half hour, sorting through the uncertainty in aftermath of breakfast. there is mr. fink. larry fink is here with advice on how to handle your money and the benefits if you plan to buy a home. also in the toyota green room, denis leary. he stars in "sex and drugs and rock 'n' roll." ahead see why his role meant going to boot camp. how did he prepare for this role? we will find out. >> nice look, denis! time to show you some of the morning's headlines from around the globe. britain's "guardian" reports on marcus willis saying he has earned a beer. yesterday, willis played roth federer. he had plenty of fans to cheer him on but defeated in straight sets. he calls the experience maesing.
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it was his girlfriend who convinced willis not to give up. >> go, willis. >> we like her and lime hick. that's great. >> the telegraph of britain reports that an indian couple is accused of faking a mt. everest climb. a photo claims to show the woman at the peak of everest. the climb was reportedly shown nepal's government. the country stand by the couple's claim. >> entertainment weekly has a from you trailer for "sully." tom hanks plays sully sullenberger who landed a jet in an emergency landing on the hudson river years ago. the movie hits theaters on september 9th. the world's largest investment firm this morning is calling for calm at the recent financial turmoil. stock markets are still stabilizing after last week's
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brexit vote in the uk. the dow has rebounded. blackrock chairman and ceo larry finks says people less willing to make long-term investments and afford cash. blackrock manages 6.47 trillion dollars in assets. that is a lot of money! we are pleased to welcome back larry fink to studio 57. >> why are you smiling? >> you have a huge responsibility, if you don't know. >> we know that every day. managing that type of money is enormous responsibility. >> so how do you see where the world is in terms of the global economy after brexit? what impact and how fast does it seem to be rebounding in the short term? >> i think people are reassessing what brexit means. it's not a financial krcrisis le we saw in 2008 or 2009 so we don't have to worry about those types of falling-outs.
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on the other hand, it increases uncertainty in the world and i think we have been living in a world of great uncertainty and this is what is creating so much fear. and it just add to the uncertainty. we are not going to know the ultimate solution or the result in the uk until possibly -- >> if there is uncertainty and if there is diminished growth, then there will be less investment in the future. >> charlie, no question. the uncertainty is a cause for people to pulling back. there is 55 trillion dollars sitting in banks worldwide right now. a record amount. this is a time when there is over 15 trillion dollars of money is paying negative interest rates in europe and in japan. >> you mean a lot of cash "ther"therout there? >> a huge amount of cash. if anything, brexit means a larger r larger reservoir attached and less investing for the future means a slower global economy. >> exactly. >> were you totally stunned by
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the vote, larry? did you think we at blackrock need to do what? first of all, were you stunned? >> i was stunned, yes. i was sad, more than stunned, i think. >> because? >> because it was not a great outcome for the uk. it was not a good outcome for the global economy. it just lead to more uncertainty, and i think people are going to be regretting this result. >> they seem already to be doing to soledad o'brien is. >> i think a part of the uk is regretting it. >> what can you do to calm the fears? they say stay calm but it's hard to do when people are freaking out. >> for saving for retirement and purchasing a house you have to stay the course more than ever before. i think the fear of putting all of your money into cash is an examined outco expected outcome but not the appropriate outcome.
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if you're saving for 40 years to the moment you're retiring or 30 years, the issue of brexit really is not that consequential over a long period of time unless you have a view over the next 30 to 40 years the world is weaker and less productive. i think that is one of the main problems why we had brexit. i think there are a grouping of people who truly believe their future is worse than -- and their children's future may be worse. i think this is the anger of brexit. this is the anger we are seeing in so many ghdemocracies. >> i think a state of fear in society. they see little or no wage growth for 10, 15 years and health care and food costs have gone up and children's education have gone up so they have been squeezed. >> i want to ask you about the conservative editorial page of the "wall street journal." >> yes. >> they write that trump's
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economic policies are the most detailed assault on trade by a presidential candidate since, well, we can't remember. and says we will find out soon enough if this works politically. but as economics, it's nonsense. >> well, i think it's inappropriate. >> his comments? >> we are the largest exporter in the world. we are also the largest importer in the world so we depend on global trade. we have enriched a major component of our society with global trade. a component of our society has been left behind by global trade. but much of this -- we use trade as a mechanism to identify the problem. what has happened is technology has transformed the work environment. technology has reduced the amount of human labor and so this is more of a technology story and it's being rooted in a trade story but technology has changed the work force. >> it's a digital disruption? >> it's -- i do believe we are
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going to continue to see that if we have alternative, you know -- artificial intelligence, if we have digital printing, this is going to even further reduce the amount of human labor. but there is a silver lining to this and we have not fefocused this. the silver lining is if the cost of the human input in manufacturing is so reduced, we are going to see more onshoring and we will see manufacturing slowly coming back. many u.s. companies are bringing manufacturing back but maybe 15, 20 years of that plant -- that plant had 2,000 employees, that plant today may only have 300. >> do you know in larry fink is independence in treasury secretary? his name is being quoted. have you talked to him about it? >> i think if hillary clinton wins, it's an assumption. >> i have a great job. i love living in new york city. and i intend i'll be living in new york city a long time in the coming years. >> that is what they all say. >> is that an evasive answer?
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>> i say it's still open for a debate is what i say. i love this city and my children and my wife. we will see, larry. >> thank you very much. >> thank you so much. really smart discussion. he makes comedy and drama to tell a story of new york firefighters. denis leary is in studio 57 to show us why is he following a different beat. how the biggest names inspire
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♪ it did work. actor comedian, writer, and executive producer denis leary is coming back to tv tonight in the musical comedy called "sex and drugs and rock 'n' roll." he plays a washed up early '90s car and a band reunites with the season that everybody is ready for some change, including johnny's long time girlfriend! >> i think we need a change, john. >> what do you mean? >> i don't know. something. >> something like what? >> something else! >> okay, honey, honey, listen. let's relax, okay? all right? you know we got dealt a double mortality blow recently. first david bowie. a big thing for both of us and nicki which was sthuge. let's not overreact. i want you to be happy. i want us to be happy.
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okay? you know what? you asked me this a million times and i always said know. do you want to go to couples counseling? >> i want to have a threesome! >> all right! i'm glad i'm making you guys laugh. there is a giant bummer so far this morning. i'm general got me worried. the general got me worried and larry got me worried. i don't have that much money and i can't afford to go to "hamilton" apparently. what hell is going on? >> make us laugh and tell us how the threesome went. >> did you watch the episode? >> i did. >> but people watching don't know. >> two people in this threesome have a very good time but my character, it doesn't go so well. >> because as they point out you're very good at kissing but not so good at other thing. >> let's be clear about that, gayle! that is my fictional character i play on tv and not me. >> you're good at other things? >> i don't know.
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i guess i do the same thing that most guys do is i just check with my wife will everything. >> am i doing this right? >> yeah. >> if you had to describe your character on this show, what three word would you use? >> probably a delicious mess. one of the things i love playing this guy he's a loser. he's a guy that should have been famous in 1991 when he started the band and it's the late 80s and the heat is in the late '80s and about to break. even the great bands we know and love, the lead singer and lead guitar player hated each other which is the probably to all great rock 'n' roll. but these guys broke up. so he didn't make it. so the story of the show is that his daughter at age 21, decides she wants to be a rock star. she is beautiful and can sing and no interest in drugs or alcohol. so they understand she could possibly make it. they hitch their wagon to her star hoping that she will become famous and they will become
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famous had nher wake. >> and she is -- your friend? >> she is sleeping with my -- >> your bed mate? >> my nemesis. my former lead guitar player. if you think about it, even the greatest bands of all time, they exist on this axis of friction like steven tyler and joe perry and if those guys got along -- >> what about bono and edge? >> thank you is false about those two. i love those guys. we were back stage with those guys. i think they do a lot of work privately to make sure that they get along in public. i don't think -- you have to have those arguments. the edge has to have arguments. listen, you're being too pretentious times. do you know what i mean? you have to lower the volume on your guitar sometimes and that dynamic makes a band work. >> i'm curious about your look in the show. what was the look you were going for? >> a lot of guys walking around
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in new york and some of them are friends of mine who didn't make it in the rock 'n' roll world but they still make a living, right? but their rock 'n' roll mur musicians and not famous one. when you see them walking down the street they look like rock 'n' roll musicians. which is odd if you get stuck in time. some of my friends are still dressing like we did. i have a couple of friend look like it's 1981! dude, you're 60, okay? you need to update the look. i think some rock 'n' roll stars like bruce springsteen apparently 20 years ago picked a look to age into and it worked. mick jagger has toned it down and looks great. keith richards and steven tyler if you saw them walking on the street and they weren't famous musicians, you would think they were two exorcists on the "pirates of caribbean! >> bruce looks pretty cool for a 65-year-old guy and you see steven and you say, good thing he's in a band!
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otherwise, he's in trouble! >> good thing for bruce. >> exactly. >> otherwise, people might talk about you. >> i picked this look that you see and, unfortunately, i mean, jane lynch knows about this. i was mistaken for jane lynch on set one time. >> no way! >> jane lynch. >> we love jane. >> i love jane too. my hair is longer on the show than this and it's more puffed up. i had women's glasses on, jackie onassis glasses on. i had women's jewelry on and a chick jacket. we were shooting. and at the end of this one take, a bunch of fans wanted a picture. one lady said i have to go first because i have to leave. i took a picture with her. that is so great. "glee" is my favorite show and you're my favorite character!
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>> people mistake you for brian appeared. >> my fiancee thinks i'm brian adam. i think it was fashion rock at radio city and i was the host. beyonce was there and my daughter got to come. she was younger. first time i was cool in my daughter's eyes and beyonce killed it. brian adams was on the show. i said at the end of the show let's hang in the hal halfway and the after party and see if beyonce comes out of the dressing room and can you meet her. she comes out of her dressing room and said, brian, you were great! we kept walking. my daughter said she thinks you're
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good morning, i'm jim done von. there are only two days left until the democratic national the convention starts right here in philadelphia later today the convention's host commit thee starts installing fiberglass donkeys around town, artists made 57 of them one for each delegation to the convention. all of them will be in place before this fourth of july weekend and they will stand on display until september 9th. lets turn to katie for a look at the weather. >> looking like a good forecast overall for fourth of july holiday, jim. we are expecting more sun then anything, a glitch along the way here and that comes in the form of the the passage of warm and cold front looking ahead tomorrow. for now nothing but smooth sailing, storm scan is totally quiet. we have bright blue skies across the board and temperatures really starting to rebound nicely. we were flirting with the 40's in the poconos and new back in
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the mid 60's, lower 70's at philly international and atlantic city. really nice start to the day. you will not notice a breeze either. this is stuff that is perfect summer days are basically made of. we will look ahead to tomorrow watching for showers and thunderstorms to come through in scatter fashion but some could be locally strong for second half of the day. meanwhile saturday and sunday look perfect and then heading in to monday perhaps we will see some showers monday evening, but it is still many days away so timing may change. we will keep it operate mystic for now, most of the fourth of july looks fantastic. >> we will keep it there, katie. good morning. we have one accident still out there, out of the three we have, probably 20 minutes or so ago. one still lingering is right there 95 northbound after a contacted my right lane and shoulder still block. it looks okay, we will look to backup camera not too bad, it is flowing right up through there and then start to low down. once you get past that you are okay as well. that one is lingering, boulevard is looking very slow moving in the southbound
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direction, vine is looking okay, eastbound side is still pretty heavy and when we go wide you can see eight on the schuylkill. nineteen on i-95. on the vine we are looking at 20 miles an hour. >> that is "eyewitness news", welcome america weekend for events. on "eyewitness news" at noon,
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alright guys, we've brought you to this construction trailer to talk about trucks today. which truck brand offers engines with best in class v8 towing or fuel economy? are we moving? where we going? it's the answer to the question baby! silverado. oooh that's cool. it's truck month. qualified buyers get 0% financing for 60 months. plus, find your tag and get $8,250 total value on this silverado all star. find new roads at your local chevy dealer
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