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back up. 57 jfk, coastal sections will be a little cooler. 53 islip, 47 brick, new jersey. sunshine this afternoon, low 70s we're looking at. and tomorrow a little cooler, into the 60s. 72 thursday. what a nice run. it ends on friday with a couple of showers. good looking weekend coming up. >> all right, thank you, bill. and that is the news for now. i'm ken rosato. >> i'm lori stokes. thanks for joining us on this primary day. get out and vote. have a great day, good morning, america. state of emergency. nearly 20 inches of rain drown the south. deadly floods lead to more than a thousand rescues across texas. the tv reporter who leapt into action on live tv to save this man mopes before his car went under. >> what should i do? >> swim. come here, sir. >> families escaping in anything they can find and more flood
fight to the finish. voters hitting the polls in new york right now as hillary clinton and donald trump turn their eyes to november. >> i'm hoping to wrap up the democratic nomination. >> we're going to win and we're going to beat crooked hillary so badly, that your heads will spin. >> bernie sanders looking to spoil the party for hillary. the race toward the nomination this morning. a desperate manhunt under way after this mother and fitness instructor is found dead in a church. the suspect seen on surveillance footage decked out in s.w.a.t. team gear. an all-out search for the killer right now. and an abc news exclusive, the baseball player who put family first, walking away from a multimillion dollar career after he was asked to stop bringing his son to work every day now speaking out for the first time on camera. >> i haven't lost an ounce of sleep. i mean, i have zero regrets. >> adam laroche revealing the real reason for his retirement and what his son drake thinks
only on "gma." and we do say good morning, america on this tuesday morning. big day in the race for president. the polls are open right now in new york. >> let's take a look at some of the polling places. the candidates crisscrossing the street -- the state right now. there's hillary clinton and donald trump. there's chappaqua, new york, where hillary clinton will vote today. donald trump in manhattan. that synagogue in manhattan right there. both candidates making headlines overnight. donald trump getting a little flack for a slip he made on 9/11 and hillary clinton under pressure from sanders in a new poll. >> so we have the latest on all that coming up. first we want to get to that record-breaking deadly flooding in houston. we're hearing from the reporter behind that dramatic rescue. more are under way right now. abc's rob marciano has the latest and joins us this morning from houston. good morning, rob. >> good morning, robin. the last 24 hours dramatic
this is the main bayou that runs through houston and it rose 25 feet in just a few hours, since recedeing but causing this city to be engulfed and throughout. of southeast texas, sheer chaos. >> the water is rushing by them right now. >> reporter: torrential rains terrorizing much of texas. this couple trying to escape the floodwaters, their boat overturned. >> thank god we made it. >> reporter: flash flooding leading to a massive number of first responders rescuing people trapped in floodwaters. >> please remember the easy phrase, turn around, don't drown. state out of the rising water. >> reporter: the governor declaring a state of emergency in the eight counties after 240 billion gallons of rainfall drenched the houston area. neighbors coming together at this apartment complex carrying babies to safety. some even using refrigerators as rafts. hundreds of children rescued
>> they had water up to their chest. >> reporter: tractor trailers making waves and sending this abandoned car floating, this one engulfed in rushing water. ktrk reporter covering the historic floods becoming part of the story. >> what should i do? >> swim. come here, sir. come here. >> thank you. >> reporter: moments later that car going under. >> no idea it would go so deep. >> these underpasses can be filled with water and turn into a deadly situation. >> reporter: from this drone footage the devastation can be seen for miles. more than a thousand homes flooded. cars swept off the roads. and watch this dramatic scene. a young woman hanging on to the mane of a horse trying to get him to dry ground, the horse rearing and thrashing after hitting a submerged fence but eventually making it to dry land and here is the headline from
exactly what happened and there was a flash flood watch out for this area but to one expected a foot of rain to fall across the houston area in less than 12 hours, in some areas, 17 inches of rainfall, george, those areas still dealing with high waters and more rain to come here in the next 48 hours. >> boy, no relief in sight, okay, rob, thanks very much. the race for the white house now and polls open in new york. the home state of both front-runners. on the democratic side hillary clinton favored to win. but the latest national polls show bernie sanders pulling close to even and abc's cecilia vega is here with the late of the. good morning, cecilia. >> reporter: good morning to you. clinton does hold a strong lead in the polls here in new york but the pressure is definitely on. this has been the nastiest leg of this campaign so far, a fight over who is the real new yorker, a must win for both sides and it all comes to a head today. in his final empire state pitch, pitch -- >> you all look beautiful.
and you all look like you want a political revolution. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: bernie sanders taking his revolution to the masses, thousands turning out for his last new york rally. >> i say to corporate america, get nervous if bernie sanders is elected president. >> reporter: but while sanders took his message to the streets -- >> hello. >> reporter: -- hillary clinton took her opponent to task. >> i couldn't believe it when senator sanders said the parents of the sandy hook children did not deserve their day in court. >> reporter: hitting her rival across the aisle too in this radio interview. >> does donald trump scare you. >> i think he's the donkey of the decade. >> reporter: taking a sweeter approach on the campaign trail. >> that's a victory. i was going to take it to go but it was like in front of me and i had to start eating it. >> the calorie count. >> oh, come on. >> reporter: and laughing it off
>> it's awkward eating in front of the press. >> you want to use a fork. >> always good to use a fork. >> yeah. >> you want to take off just a little bit off the top right here. then just eat as much as you want. >> reporter: she needs to avoid an embarrassing loss in her adopted home state and if this slip-up is any indication she's already hoping to move on. >> i am hoping to do really well tomorrow, i'm hoping to wrap up the democratic nomination. >> reporter: and clinton quickly added that she did not want to give the wrong impression and she is taking nothing for granted, robin, but perhaps a very telling slip-up. >> perhaps. cecilia, thank you. now to the republicans, donald trump looking to bounce back with a huge win here in new york after a recent string of losses to ted cruz. abc's tom llamas is at the polling location where trump is casting his vote today. good morning, tom. >> reporter: robin, good morning to you. sometime soon we're expecting
room, pick up a ballot and do something he's going to take great pleasure in, walk right into that booth and vote for donald trump. you know, when he announced his candidacy few thought he would make it this far and almost no one thought now he'd be a front-runner. on this election day, donald trump expects only one thing, loyalty. >> no new yorker can vote for ted cruz and no new yorker can vote for kasich. >> reporter: trump promising supporters a win in new york puts him on the path to a showdown in november against hillary clinton. >> we're going to win and we're going to beat crooked hillary so badly that your heads will spin. >> reporter: but still in the way, senator ted cruz. >> maryland is a battleground. >> reporter: he's moved on from new york where trump is expected to shut him out and slow down cruz's momentum. after the texas senator strategically rounded up delegates in states not holding primaries. i asked trump about cruz's
is he the real dealmaker right now behind the scenes. >> no, i'm leading by millions of votes and by 200 delegates. no, we're doing really well. >> reporter: part of trump's success in new york turning around cruz's attacks on new york values, trump invoking the response to 9/11 as real new york values. but overnight trump trying to make that point but mistakenly invoking a convenience store. >> and i watched our police and our firemen down at 7-eleven -- >> reporter: he later corrected himself but the 7-eleven flub going viral. all right, and now we've also understood as he's on the cusp of his biggest victory yet donald trump's campaign is hitting the reset button, new staffers are being brought in led by paul manafort and his field director has told abc news he is resigning. it's unclear if more changes are on the way. >> that could just be the beginning.
dowd right here. victory for donald trump here in new york, not in doubt but he needs close to a clean sweep. >> he's got to be careful not to be slurpee, i mean sloppy, in the course of this. no, he needs an 8 in front of his number and needs at least 80 something delegates in this state to go forward and still has as you know the possibility of clinching before july. i think really he can't get it by june 7th but he needs to start that process tonight with a large victory that as i say needs to have it be in the 80s on the number of delegates. >> jon karl, a good setup. next week in the northeast. after that the calendar gets tougher and struck by something mitt romney said yesterday repeating his call either ted cruz or john kasich has to get out of the race if you want to block trump. >> mitt romney is exactly wrong on this, by the way, because the only way to defeat trump is to keep him from getting 1,237 by the end of the process.
it's harder for trump to do that. if he gets a head-to-head match against him it will be getbigger. so trump needs kasich to get out of the race. >> on the democratic side you slowed that slip from hillary clinton. betrays a big confidence right now in the clinton camp. they want to pivot after tonight. >> you're already sort of starting to see her do that. her narrative has been trump, trump, trump but privately saying the margins will be much closer tonight than the polls show her going in so they're bracing for that. we did the math. if bernie sanders loses by ten points tonight he needs to win 80% of the remaining delegates to clinch the nomination. if he doesn't win tonight, the big question is what happens next? >> just real quickly, she doesn't need that because this is taking a toll on her overall favorability. >> when a candidate slips they are accidentally telling the truth. i think they're very frustrated, the campaign is, they thought
a victory for her to go forward. >> thank you all very much and hillary clinton joins us live thursday with our coffee with the candidates town hall to answer your questions. robin. now to that big headline overseas. rescuers in a race against time to find survivors after that devastating earthquake in ecuador killed hundreds. this drone footage showing the damage. abc's linzie janis is on the scene now for us. good morning, linzie. >> reporter: good morning, robin. we just arrived in this coastal town nearest to the quake's epi epicenter. police telling me the buildings behind me are hotels where they believe dozens of tourists are still trapped. they say it's been so difficult to get here, the search for survivors really only began a day ago. so far they found just one person alive. but they are hopeful there will be others. crews working through the night searching for survivors, very deep under the rubble of ecuador's 7.8 magnitude quake.
among them at least one american. but amid the devastation, there is hope. this dramatic footage capturing the moment emergency workers rescued three people from beneath this collapsed shopping center. one seen waving his hand from underneath the debris trapped for 32 hours. the man emerging head first out of a 28-inch hole drilled through the concrete. the husband of one of the women crying out -- "i felt she was alive." in another hard-hit area rescue crews also saving this dog. drone video revealing the extent of the destruction. buildings leaning, entire floors crushed. other structures flattened. thousands of survivors now homeless, sleeping in makeshift shelters. overnight, we found this family resting in front of their
quake's epicenter and earlier in the day katarina telling us she and her two young children were not at home when their apartment building was flattened. a worker only able to recover a few of her baby daughter's shoes. you don't even have a pair here. american teacher brian bayer was inside this apartment building when it struck. ceilings caving in and concrete crumbling. >> the entire building was jumping up and down. absolutely traumatized. >> reporter: the official death toll across ecuador is now over 400 and that number is expected to rise. there are hundreds feared dead in this town alone. the good news is international aid is making its way here and the u.s. is sending a team of disaster experts. robin >> that's good to know, all right, linzie, thank you very much. those scenes are devastating. >> they certainly are. move on now to a hunt under way in texas for this man caught on security cameras wearing tactical gear after a mother of three was murdered in a small
abc's kayna whitworth has the latest. >> reporter: overnight a desperate manhunt for the person seen in this chilling surveillance video. police believe the suspect dressed in head to toe tactical gear is responsible for the death of 45-year-old missy bevers, a beloved fitness instructor and mother of three. authorities say she was last seen around 4 a.m. monday morning carrying equipment for a boot camp class into this texas church. students from her 5 a.m. class discovering her body. >> it certainly is a strange occurrence at this time of morning. >> reporter: police releasing the surveillance video overnight, timestamped 3:58 a.m. showing the suspect roaming the halls of the church. they say the building shows signs of forced entry. but church officials have not reported anything missing. police now investigating if bevers was just in the wrong place in the wrong time. bevers leaves behind three young girls. >> my wife was a very -- she was very passionate about
physically and mentally. >> reporter: overnight her community remembering her. >> she's definitely in heaven. she was an angel. >> reporter: for "good morning america," kayna whitworth, abc news, los angeles. >> that's a tough one. to amy for today's other top stories starting with a major attack in afghanistan. >> the taliban claiming responsibility for a massive explosion in kabul. at least 28 people are dead. more than 320 others injured after a suicide car bombing near the presidential palace. this comes just days after the taliban announced their spring offensive. well, back here at home police say it appears the body of a missing priest has been found in georgia. father rene robert had not been seen for more than a week. a man with a long criminal history is already in custody expected now to face murder charges. the reverend had been trying to help him. on wall street stocks opening at their highest level in nine months beginning above 18,000.
the rally has been driven by energy and health care stocks. and beloved actress doris roberts has died. her career spanned six decades but she was best known as that meddling mother on "everybody loves raymond." roberts won five emmys, she was also an outspoken critic of age discrimination in hollywood. doris roberts was 90 years old. more than three dozen movies and among them one of my favorites "christmas vacation." >> that's a classic. >> a good one. she was wonderful. >> she'll be missed. total switch up here, okay. showdown, if you will, at a hockey game, the flyers, philadelphia, tried to do a nice thing honoring their founder ed snider who died last week by taping glow in the dark bracelets for a light show. when the team started to lose, the plan backfired. as the philadelphia flyers fell behind the washington capitals in their playoff games -- >> score. >> reporter: the philly fans decided to take matters into their own hand.
any of these players could get hurt, silly. >> reporter: those lightup bracelets placed on every seat quickly came raining down on the ice and the players. >> alex ovechkin and wayne simmons motion up to the crowd flowing debris on to the ice. >> okay, ladies and gentlemen, hold those wristbands in your hands. show some class. this is philly. >> reporter: but perhaps this fan summed it up best. >> no. >> reporter: after this flyers player checked into the boards head first. he was hit again but this time but a flying bracelet. the team at the end of their rope. >> okay, those of you that have been throwing them, you've done it, two-minute bench penalty to the flyers for delay of game. way to go. now the flyers have picked up a penalty for delay of game. thanks to their fans. >> reporter: all that and the fliers lost. >> all those philadelphia fans. okay. all right.
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good morning. it's 7:24 on this tuesday, april 19th. i'm lori stokes. looking at the latest headlines for you. new york primary is on. the polls opened at 6:00 a.m. hillary clinton ended her new york primary campaign with eight appearances aimed at turning out more votes from women and minorities. and that is a crucial element today because there's talk of momentum. clinton's rival, bernie sanders is hoping to pull off a big upset on clinton's home turf. this is a live picture right now from westchester county. hillary clinton, former president bill clinton are set to vote in their hometown of chappaqua any minute now. on the republican side, donald trump is hoping for a decisive victory in his home state. trump needs to top 50% statewide to secure a delegate sweep against rivals ted cruz and john kasich. there are 95 delegates up for grabs in new york.
en let's get a check on your morning commute with heather o'rourke. heather. >>reporter: hi, lori. we do have some issues with the 1 trains, 103rd street and signal problems, so you can expect some downtown delays. we still have this trouble. this is the l.i.e. which is still closed down on the westbound side between exits 49 and 48, or 48 and 49. you still have this closure because of this garbage spill that still needs to be cleaned up. you can still see them out there trying to get this cleaned up. delays back to at least exit 50 which a bagatell road. let's take a look now at another camera and show you how the george washington bridge is looking as you come inbound. you can see it looks much better than it was the last time we spoke.
off that lower level. it was underneath the apartments, at least one lane was closed down. and then we have our street cleaning rules in effect for today. lori, over to you. >> all right, thank you, heather. let's check in on your accuweather forecast with bill evans. >> well, lori, it's looking great outside, 64 degrees, clouds, breaks of sun. very comfortable. coastal sections are cooler. you see it's 57 at jfk as opposed to 67 at laguardia, 53 islip and brick. and you go inland, 61 in newburgh to 59 up to poughkeepsie. so inland numbers will be warmer today. it will be breaks of sun, mostly sunny this afternoon, we got these clouds this morning from a cold front pushing through. it'll be breezy today. we've got a fire danger today. be very careful with that. and we'll be around 72 by thursday and our streak of dry days ends on friday with some showers. lori. >> all right, thank you, bill. coming up the baseball star who walked away from a $13 million contract, choosing family over fortune.
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back here on "gma" and you're looking at that deadly flooding down south. millions recovering after nearly 20 inches of rain in texas,
hundreds of people rescued. more rescues are under way. also right now, new york casting its votes in the race for president. donald trump and hillary clinton heading to the polls and hillary clinton hopes to wrap up the democratic nomination today.
more to celebrate. its creator lin-manuel miranda taking home the pulitzer prize for drama. >> well deserved. >> absolutely. it was another stunner in the ballroom, everyone. everyone forced to switch up on "dancing with the stars," ginger danced with mark ballas. sizzling with a salsa and then there's maks back in the ballroom. >> he was tough. >> so tough. i really appreciate it when he's judging, though. he calls it like he sees it. there was a slip-up. everybody is talking about it including us and robin, you were trying to explain how it all happened. we'll get to that. >> we will. but first this half hour an abc news exclusive with the baseball player who sparked the firestorm retiring when his team asked him to stop bringing his son to the ballpark every day. adam laroche is now opening up about his decision speaking with our t.j. holmes. good morning, t.j. >> robin, six months, that's all he had to do was work another six months and pocket another $13 million.
he became the poster child for family first but also the poster child for absurdity. now listen to him explain that absurd decision and why it was an easy one. when the chicago white sox asked adam laroche to stop bringing his son drake to the clubhouse he told them he'd rather walk away from the sport he loves and his $13 million salary. >> i haven't lost an ounce of sleep. i mean, i have zero regrets. >> reporter: laroche took his son to work with him pretty much every day for the past five seasons, a constant companion in the clubhouse, did chores for others and had a locker next to his dad's. have you ever heard from anyone who had an issue with drake being with you as much as he was? >> no, not that i can remember. >> reporter: but in early march laroche said he was approached by the team executive vice president kenny williams who initially asked had him to dial back drake's presence in the
to bring drake around at all. >> he just said, enough is enough. i don't want to see your son around here anymore. >> reporter: after that heated conversation when did retiring start swirling around in your mind? >> probably 20 minutes later. >> reporter: a few days later laroche announced his decision to retire sparking a public debate about kids in the workplace. >> i also applaud adam laroche. >> i don't care if you're a dad and work at a bank, every day is too much. >> reporter: and the logic of leaving so much money on the table. how much was money a factor when you were sitting down and making the decision? >> not a huge one. >> reporter: but, adam, 13 million is 13 million for six months of work. >> but i learned a long time ago no matter how much we have, it's never enough. >> is it fair to say you don't need the money. >> who doesn't need 13 million? >> apparently you. >> you know what i'm saying but i mean in the world, like it's -- i get it's an absurd amount of money.
at least where you stopped and thought to yourself what the hell was i thinking? >> i haven't yet but it's still fresh. >> reporter: as is often the case drake wasn't far from his dad's side even in the interview. what's the highlight going to the clubhouse every day? >> hanging out with the guys, you know. they're awesome. >> what was your role? what was your even job. >> i cleaned shoes most of the time. so i just did a little bit of everything. >> he was doing more work than i was. i had to play a game. he had to work. >> laroche calls drake his best tend and yes, he enjoyed spending time with him but a clubhouse provided better life lessons than any school could. >> the privilege of having him there, he gets to grow up and hopefully learn from me and my screwups and good decisions. >> reporter: laroche said the dispute over his son wasn't the only reason for his retirement. he spent ten days under cover in the red light districts of
with a nonprofit organization to help victims of sex trafficking. he's been haunted by what he saw. >> i think having my own kid -- having two kids of my own especially a 12-year-old daughter, it's impossible not to picture, man, what if this is my daughter. >> baseball wasn't as important after that trip. >> it wasn't at all. >> reporter: laroche said he wants to continue that work in the future. for now he's enjoying some time with his family at peace with the decision to quit baseball. >> one of the things i probably thought the longest on was making sure that if i did this, that he would never feel like this was on his shoulders. i think he knows deep down that baseball was never like my life or my world or everything to me. you know, there's a lot more to life. >> all right, and hearing that people's -- hear the whole story and hearing it from him, and, george, maybe something you jumped out at you. the first thing he asked, is it okay if my son comes --
>> he had that agreement but it was a hand shake, wasn't in some contract, right? so maybe in practice once the white sox saw it, oh, didn't know it would be like this, this really is a lot of ways didn't have to happen. just a couple of people, grown men sit down and work it out. we probably didn't have to be here. >> but, you know, the thing is he's at peace with his decision. >> completely. >> very comfortable with it so more power to him. >> the whole interview, what's wrong with you, what's wrong with you? >> i love how he said, $13 million even for him, yeah, that's a lot of money. he gets it. >> that's coming from a rich guy already so 13 million, different thank me. >> family first at the end of the day. thank you, t.j. great job. i want to switch gears to a survivor of that recent massacre in michigan when an uber driver went on a deadly shooting spree, the victim's quick thinking saved lives and she is speaking out now. abc's alex perez has her story. >> reporter: she came face-to-face with the uber driver accused of a shooting
this morning, tianna carothers is speaking out about that horrifying night in february. >> i wake up and i'm like, i'm thinking it's all a dream but when i wake up reality hits. >> reporter: the reality is that she is lucky to be alive shot four times, one bullet piercing her liver. >> it's a struggle. >> reporter: she says she saw suspect jason dalton's vehicle pull up at her apartment complex near kalamazoo within seconds bullets were flying. >> somebody shot, five shots. she's on the ground. >> reporter: as the gunman fired she yelled out to her 7-year-old daughter and other children playing nearby to get to safety. >> so many people are proud of you for being able to think in that second and tell them, get to safety. >> some just told me to tell the children to run and, you know just being up here, you just go off those instincts. >> reporter: thanks to her instinct the children all
>> i hurt. i do hurt but let's be honest do you really think a child could take four bullets or maybe even one? >> reporter: she has spent the last eight weeks in extensive rehab but is now back home. did this make you stronger in ways you didn't know? >> i didn't think that i could get any stronger but god has really been here for me. >> reporter: for gm"good morning america" america", alex perez, kalamazoo, michigan. >> glad she's back home. coming up, i've often wondered about this. the couple that says "love it or list it" made them hate it. why they are suing over a home renovation. >> in our next hour the 20-year-old who says her parents should be prosecuted after they refused to take her to doctors
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reality show facing a lawsuit. a couple claiming "love it or list it" renovations damaged their home and linsey davis has all the details. >> good morning to you, george. for those who question just how real is reality tv, well, here's a north carolina couple who is taking hgtv to court. they claim their dream home was turned into a nightmare, according to their lawsuit they say the show "love it or list it" is scripted with assigned roles and reactions and as a result, they say that they're the victims of shoddy work and thousands of dollars in damage. >> are you going to love it? >> or are you going to list it? >> reporter: the crucial question on hgtv's show "love it or list it." giving homeowners the choice to love their newly renovated home or list it and move into a new one. >> you did a pretty good job with this. >> reporter: but now this north carolina couple is claiming the show pulled the rug right out from under them when they signed up to turn their rental property into a home for foster teens.
>> reporter: deena murphy and timothy sullivan invested more than $140,000 to turn their home from this into this in a 2015 episode. now they're phiing a lawsuit claiming among other things that "love it or list it"'s production company and the contractor hired to remodel their home irreparably damaged their floors, painted some of their windows shut and used low quality and inferior products on their renovation. >> that 160 isn't going to go as far as i thought it would. >> reporter: and claimed the production company big coat misused over 65,000 of their development and the show's incentive to to make decisions that favor the television show but not the homeowners. >> i love it. it just feels like home. >> reporter: claims from unhappy homeowners that all is not what it seems behind some of the reality shows have made headlines before. >> i was excited to look at a one-story. >> reporter: in 2012 a couple featured on the hit show "house hunters" said their home
they had already bought their new home long before filming. >> this is what it's all about. >> reporter: executive for hgtv at the time acknowledged the production smoke and mirrors but told abc news in the end -- >> you're seeing real people find the real home of their dreams and that's all spelled out on the show. >> reporter: as for murphy and sullivan's complaint, both the contractor and production company say they plan to vigorously defend themselves enbig says we believe that this claim is in no way supported by any of the fans of the case. >> we decided to -- >> list it. >> reporter: it ends with the couple ready to move on but now seven months later they say they still haven't put it on the market. more work needs to be done. the couple also complains the final work was a scaled down version of the design they were initially presented. abc reached out to hgtv for comment, they have not yet responded but i think what this couple learned next time they have to go with lara spencer.
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so much talk of momentum. clinton's rival, bernie sanders, is hoping to pull off a big upset on clinton's home turf. and this is inside central synagogue in midtown where donald trump is expected to cast his vote in the coming hours. trump is hoping for a sweeping victory of his home state. he needs to top 50% statewide to secure a delegate win against rivals ted cruz and john kasich. there are 95 delegates up for grabs in new york. cruz and kasich are both campaigning in pennsylvania now today ahead of next week's primary. let's get a check on your morning commute with heather o'rourke. heather. >>reporter: lori, right behind me is the l.i.e. and you can see right over here it looks like we see some kind of movement. this is where the accident was on the l.i.e. right near route 110. that earlier spill has been cleaned up, so it looks like cars are going to start making their way onto the l.i.e. heading onto the westbound side into route 110. you can see they're already starting here. we do have some delays still
1 trains signal problems at 103rd street. expect downtown delays. street cleaning rules are in effect. lori, over to you >> thank you, heather. and your accuweather forecast. it's a nice one with bill evans. >> i look like the pace car from nascar coming down the l.i.e. here we go. 65 degrees, that's going to be your 8:00 temperature and that is warm for this hour of the day, considering our average afternoon high temperature is 63. yesterday we were at 82. it'll be cooler at the coast, warmer in the inland sections today. we're going to be looking at 72 as the high. we'll cool down a little bit tomorrow, and we warm back up on thursday. lori. >> all right. thank you, bill. coming up the whiz kids turning their passions into profit. coming up next on "good morning america," the young
you how they do it he say's we should punish women who have abortions. there has to be some form of punishment. that mexicans who come to america are rapists. they're rapists. and that we should ban muslims from coming here at all. total and complete shut down. donald trump say's we can solve americas problems by turning against each other. it's wrong and it goes against everything new york and america stand for. with so much at stake, she's the one tough enough to stop trump. hillary clinton.
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hillary clinton trying to lock up the nomination in a crucial battle with bernie sanders. >> i think he's the donkey of the decade. >> trump facing off against ted cruz. >> we're going to beat crooked hillary. >> voting under way, live with the latest. fighting for her life. a 20-year-old who says her parents should be prosecuted
the doctor. now she and her sister are speaking out about their fight with faith and their own family. and the dancing switchup and the biggest night yet, a sizzling salsa from ginger and mark. one heck of a comeback from jodie sweetin and val and the first 10 of the season if that was a total eclipse. it doesn't turn up often but when it does, it's fantastic. >> niles' flawless return bringing even tyra to tears and drew lachey weighs in. it's raining men >> all that and it's raining men right here in times square, johnny, alex and colin here live as we say -- >> all: good morning, america.
good morning. >> good times on "good morning america." we're excited to see these faces in times square. johnny knoxville, alex pettyfer and colin hanks all here and our crowd part of the fun. elvis shades, about the king -- hearing from them coming up. >> yeah, we are and, robin, you have lemonade and puppies. >> yes, yes. >> you were talking to very successful very young entrepreneurs. there are the puppy, both "shark tank" veterans and one of our favorite sharks, barbara corcoran will be here, as well if those are available for adoption. ryan and mikaila. wait till you meet them. >> we saw a little bit of ginger's salsa. >> great job, number one and it with the stars." ginger danced with mark ballas. she took it to another level. maks was a guest judge -- >> he took it to another level. he was tough. really, really tough.
>> i agree because they've been in those shoes, no pun intended. former dancing champ drew lachey is here breaking down all of the action. >> that is all coming up. let's start with amy and the morning rundown. houston underwater crippled by historic flooding, nearly 20 least five dead. more than a thousand people had to be rescued. nine counties have been declared disaster areas with flash flood watches still in effect and hundreds of flights have been canceled. schools are closed once again today. well, american disaster relief experts are headed to ecuador where more than 400 people have now died following that powerful earthquake. the mayor of one town near the epi epicenter says he fears hundreds more victims could be buried in all that rubble. there have been some signs of hope, however, three people rescued from a collapsed mall after being trapped beneath debris for 32 hours.
well, the taliban has claimed responsibility for a suicide bombing in afghanistan's capital today. at least 28 people have been killed. hundreds injured. most of them are civilians. well, the polls are open in new york this morning with hundreds of delegates up for grabs this today's primary. front-runners hillary clinton and donald trump are hoping to regain their footing on home structure of. abc's cecilia vega covers the democrats for us. good morning to you, cecilia. >> reporter: good morning to you. the nastiest leg of the campaign so far all comes down to tonight. hillary and bill clinton, you can see right there, just cast their votes in chappaqua. this is, of course her adopted home and the state she cannot afford to lose. she leads in the polls but brooklyn born bernie sanders has seen some of the largest crowds of his entire campaign. the big question, though, right now, will this momentum translate to votes? if sanders does not win big here his path to the nomination is especially tough and if a slipup by clinton overnight is any indication she is ready to put
take a listen. >> i am hoping to do really well tomorrow. i'm hoping to wrap up the democratic nomination. >> well, she quickly added she is not taking anything for granted but a clear sign, amy, that she is alreadying looking past sanders and looking to move on to that general election. as for the republicans the latest polls show donald trump with a 33-point lead over ted cruz in new york. but there's been another staff shake-up with trump's national field director quitting the campaign. well, in other news the search is resuming for a missing firefighter in virginia. nicole mittendorff has been missing since friday when she didn't show up to work. her car was found in a remote section of shenandoah national park. police say they have no reason at this point to suspect foul play. well, the governor of michigan is taking a new approach to show people in flint drink. rick snyder says he will drink filtered water from flint every day for a month.
criticized for his handling of the lead water crisis. and finally one newlywed has a big bill to pay. he rented his $342,000 ferrari to impress his bride on their wedding weekend. he was having so much fun you see right there, well, he spun it out and hit a wall. they were not hurt. but the car sure was. the repairs, $28,000 and he loses -- >> the repairs? >> -- his $7,000 deposit. this just in, the latest report. we are hearing that he is still married. >> but is he insured is the question. >> it says someone wrote -- just because you can afford to rent a ferrari doesn't mean "a" you know how to drive one or can afford to repair one. >> point taken. out to lara with the "morning menu." >> thank you, robin. here's what's coming up on our "gma morning menu." what a night on "dancing with the stars." ginger just wowed it with her salsa and nyle scoring the big 10.
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telling me last week about some of the moves she had to make but she just owned it. >> carrie ann said she's liquid sunshine and she is, yes. >> hey, but nyle, nyle, his tango got some of the judges tangled up. more on that mix-up ahead. >> in tears. >> yes, drew lachey is going to join us live but now we want to get to a story making a lot of headlines. a young woman who's battling for her life suffering serious health setbacks after her parents refused to get her medical treatment because of their faith and believes they should be prosecuted. deb roberts is here with that story. >> well, she was born to parents who don't believe in the power of doctors to heal. so mariah walton never even knew she was born with a birth defect until it had devastated her body leaving her disabled and now very angry. >> i would have terrible headaches to the point where i would be sobbing it hurt so bad. >> reporter: 20-year-old mariah
>> i couldn't catch my breath and my lungs are on fire. and i had this sensation like my feet felt like they were falling asleep like needles in my feet. >> reporter: it could have been repaired by surgery, she says, yet her parents did not seek treatment. >> my mom's reaction was that i needed to be prayed over, have more supments, something that would cure what i was having and she wouldn't take me to a doctor. >> reporter: her parents are practicing fundamentalist mormons who believe in faith and prayer to treat illness. >> when i tried to bring it up they said don't talk about it, sweep it under the rug. it's not even true. >> reporter: emily walton, mariah's older sister regrets not trying harder to intervene. >> i regret not taking her to the emergency room. i feel terrible about that. >> reporter: mariah grew up in idaho, 1 of 32 states that provides a religious defense
specifically against children including neglect, endangerment and abuse. >> my parents do deserve to be prosecuted. it's unfair of my parents to just throw me into this situation and my sister has had to support me. >> kids who are in need of medical care can still make a report to child protective services to other mandatory reporters in order to force parents to provide them with medical care. >> reporter: mariah and her sister were recently part of a panel discussion about the issue at the idaho state capital. both now hoping to lift the exemptions currently in place. >> i hope to accomplish getting this law repealed so people like me will not have to suffer anymore in mariah's best hope is for a heart/lung transplant, a highly complicated and risky surgery but it's her only chance for a future life. in the meantime, she gets support, emotional and financialal from her siblings. she's one of ten kids.
siblings because she had needs a life line. >> if she would have had that procedure -- sdmrrs she's estranged from her parents and very angry because she feels like that she was basically sacrificed because of their religious beliefs which is why she wants it overturned so parents can be held accountable. we reached out to the waltons for comment and we did not hear back. >> to hear from her older sister to feel she could have done more but she was a child herself and now she's in essence taking care of her. >> exactly. you know, when you know better you do better and that's what her sister feels. >> i hope she can get that transplant. thank you, deborah. we switch gears, switchup night on "dancing with the stars." we saw our first 10 of the season but not every new pairing was perfect and even the judges had trouble keeping their scores straight. abbie boudreau has all the details. >> reporter: drama on the dance floor as they shared tearful
don't worry, no one went home last night. the stars shaking things up with new partners in the switchup challenge. >> switchup kind of sucks in my opinion. >> this is some bs. >> reporter: stepping out on their partners meant slipping down the leaderboard for some. wanya's waltz with witney didn't live up to the expectations of a guest judge. >> we felt it was falling apart. >> reporter: maks wasn't the only one making a comeback. jodie sweetin's surprising judges with a passionate paso doble. >> tonight it's champagne. >> her new partner taking her to the top after confessing he was once sweet on sweetin. >> it's going to be hard to not look at you like the girl i fell in love with before i spoke english. >> reporter: ginger sizzled in a samba with mark. >> i learned some things and i
you'll be proud when i come back. >> i think you look a lot better with me. >> agreed. >> reporter: it was nyle who stole the show nailing it with his nearly perfect waltz and getting the first 10 of the season. >> wow. you take my breath away. >> reporter: and then some as judges maks and bruno tried last minute to change their scores for the model. >> the only one that scored a 10 was len. >> reporter: nyle still landing on the top of the leaderboard. for gm gm"good morning america," abbie boudreau, abc news, los angeles. >> let's talk about it with drew with the stars" season 2. he joins us now from cincinnati. thanks for coming in this morning. can you explain what happened with those scores? the 10s? >> yeah, when you're a judge or guest judge on the show they tell you as soon as you're dune watching the performance white down your score and send it down to the end to a producer.
score that is registered. it doesn't matter what -- you could hold up a 1, 10, 50 it doesn't matter. >> so they thought they could change it but apparently they couldn't. did you have a favorite dance of the night, drew? >> yeah, i mean as much as i hate to admit it i agree with the judges, i think nyle's waltz was beautiful. i mean his lines were great. his footwork was great and the emotion that came through that dance and when you put on top of that the fact that he can't hear it just makes it that much more unbelievable. >> it's interesting to see many so of them thought it was almost an advantage he couldn't hear, felt everything with his body but how about ginger? >> i mean, honestly, i've been a fan of ginger's for awhile now but last night when she switched partners and mark is a very creative choreographer and fantastic dancer, to switch up and still come out with that charisma that dance was very fast, the footwork very complicated. she did a lift which i don't
i don't know. but, you know, i thought she did a fantastic job and the fact she has val as her regular partner, i see her going a long way in the competition. >> oh, we do, too and the judges were very kind. and applauding ginger last night, however, len and maks not so much with a lot of the other contestants. they were really tough last night. >> they were and it's funny because maks and len have always had this kind of -- this tension between the two of tem to see them agreeing so much was actually a little surreal. but, you know, i like to compare it to like a negativity sandwich. you got carrie ann and bruno on the ends and this negativity cream filling. >> sour filling. >> how do you handicap it going forward? >> well, i think wanya will rebound from this week. i think he'll be in the finals. i think nyle will make it to the finals and i think ginger will be in the finals, as well.
knows what's going to happen but i see those three making it there. >> all right, you won season two then came back to dance in the all-star season. what's your advice to the contest tabtss going forward? >> if i could lend any advice, it's to tune out everything else. just focus on what you can do on the dance floor and have fun. very easy to get caught up into winning or what the judges expect and just have fun because that comes through. i mean ginger's performance was a perfect example. she was spying, she was beaming the whole time and that makes you just love the performance that much more so to the contestants enjoy yourself, have a good time. don't pay attention to all the other nonsense. >> forget those judges. >> drew, you should become a dance whisperer. >> they don't matter anyway. it's america that matter. >> thank you so much. >> thank you, drew. that was great, of course, "dancing with the stars" monday night 8:00 eastern, 7:00 central right here on abc. now to robin.
just as good as she is, at some point, lara, i want to see ginger dancing in waders. that's going to happen and she's going to crush it. >> i do like that idea. weather-themed dance. if anybody can do it, that's our ginger. "pop news" time and we begin with a supersized "pop news" exclusive. thank you, michael keaton. we're serving you up your first look at "the founder" starring michael as ray kroc who turned mcdonald's into a multibillion dollar business. take a look. >> i know what you're thinking.
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>> see you soon. good morning. it's 8:27 this tuesday, april 19th. i'm ken rosato. topping headlines at this hour, we have some new video just in from chappaqua in westchester county. hillary clinton and former president bill clinton cast their ballots just minutes ago in the new york primary. turnout is a crucial element
that's because there's talk of momentum. clinton's rival, bernie sanders hopes to score a big upset on clinton's home turf with a late surge. on the republican side, donald trump is hoping for a decisive victory in his home state. trump needs to top 50% statewide to secure a delegate sweep against rivals ted cruz and john kasich. he also needs to have more than 50% in each county statewide to do that. there are 95 delegates up for grabs in new york. cruz an kasich are both campaigning in pennsylvania today ahead of next week's primary. we have a live look inside central synagogue in midtown where donald trump is expected to cast his vote this morning.
when we come back, it is time now to check the commute. here's heather. >>reporter: much different picture than earlier this morning. this is the l.i.e. right near route 110, that earlier accident cleared. all lanes are open on the l.i.e. and we're also taking a look here. this is route 18 right near the new jersey turnpike. it always looks like this because of this ongoing construction project. but route 1 northbound right near the garden state parkway in woodbridge, we do have an accident that is in the process of being cleared away. we're also going to take a look at what's happening here. this is the sag to coast parkway as you get up into the northern state parkway, accident cleared. street cleaning rules are in effect. mass transit doing okay. ken, over to you. >> thank you very much, heather. now meteorologist bill evans with the accuweather forecast >> well, look how beautiful, the sun coming through a cloudy sky. we got a front that's working its way through.
the northwest, the humidities very low, temperature 65 degrees. big fire threat today with the low humidities and that wind out of the west 12 to 25 miles per hour. so be kaifer. it's going to be a great day, a lot of sunshine, particularly, you know, after lunchtime today. the temperature gets to voovment tomorrow it's a little cooler at 67. we warm right back up thursday, and then nine days of sunny, dry weather ends on friday with a much needed shower. maybe even a thunderstorm. and then a nice spring weekend is coming up. ken. >> thank you, sir. that is the news for now, "live can kelly and michael" coming up at 9:00 a.m. take a look at these images right there. there he is, prince william, brother harry traveling to a galaxy far, far away actually in a meeting with the "star wars" cast secret set, sneak peek and got a tour from daisy ridley. some privileges of being a
>> i think there is, george and we've also got a look at "vogue's" questions for taylor swift. >> any preshow rituals. >> yeah, i stretch, i warm up my voice and then my band and dancers and i get in a huddle and it's just good vibes. >> what's the most difficult song to perform on stage and why? >> there's a song i wrote called "the best day" that is about my mom and it's just hard to sing because it makes me really emotional. >> and the superstar opening up about her music and giving us a tour of her home. she is on the cover of the new issue of "vogue" hitting stands april 26th. >> check that out. also this morning we're going behind the scenes. jesse palmer is live for us making new friends. so are we giving us a sneak peek at the hottest new attraction this summer including a nighttime safari. that's cool. >> and make sense why you're holding this little one. up for adoption.
now to our new series "the passion," celebrating young entrepreneurs who are turning their interest into world changing enterprises and meeting two young moguls who didn't let their ages stop them from realizing their big, big dreams. >> hello, sharks, my name is mikaila ulmer. my product is lemonade. not just any honeybee sweet lemonade. >> i'll give you an offer. >> mikaila ulmer securing a deal with daymond john. >> it's a deal. >> yay. >> all right. >> this is barkley, my best friend that inspired me to start my company. >> and ryan kelly. >> i'd like to make you a full price offer. >> finding an investor and mentor in barbara corcoran. >> we have a deal. >> although ryan now 14 and 11-year-old mikaila are kids. >> are we rolling? >> we are rolling. >> okay.
successful ceos. >> here's your drink. me and the bee's lemonade, i started it when i was 4. >> reporter: her idea sparked by an unfortunate encounter. >> i got stung by two bees in one week. i was so afraid of the bees my parents encouraged me to do research on them and found out they're dying so i decided to create a product to help save the bees. >> reporter: mikaila gives her great granny helen's flaxseed lemonade recipe a twist with honey and bottled up and sold in over 60 whole food stores and growing keeping mikaila busy as a bee. and for ryan, his dog barkley is to thank for his invention. >> me and my brother would fight about giving him a treat because the nasty smell would stay on your hands. i thought make my own for him. >> reporter: making them by hand, he and his family sold the treats at local events. >> we had our treats packaged in
sticker on them and we dropped a business card in. >> word pretty quickly then "shark tank" came calling immediately barking up sales. and stores like wegmans and petsmart kept taking a big bite. two kids tasting sweet success. >> would you like a cup? hey and mikaila ulmer and ryan kelly are here along with the star of "shark tank's" "beyond the tank", real estate mogul barbara corcoran. come on in. >> get closer, get closer. come on. >> there's little barkley. >> mikaila, let me start with you. you didn't hold anything against the bees. you're really trying to help them out in the end and even changed the name of your company because of it. tell us about it. >> well, when i started my company was named -- we just changed it because by doing so we are helping save even more
who picks up a bought of my lemonade is the me in the bees and some other ways i help save the bees, i donate a portion of the proceeds i make to organizations that are fighting hard to save the honeybees and i also teach a workshop about the bees too. >> you know, i wish she would come out of her shell more, right, barbaray barkley, i well. i say barkley, i mean ryan. he inspired you to be very philanthropic for giving back. he is a shelter dog and we have shelter dogs over there from the new york humane society. >> i believe giving back to shelters is one of the best things i could do because barkley came from a shelter and he is one of my favorite things. i always wake up to his cute face, waking me up in the morning. so i always believe that giving back to shellers is great. i'm always trying to get dogs, as many dogs out of it as i can and always a shelter gave me my first start in the business so without them i probably wouldn't be here now. >> wonderful. barkley is taken but you are able to adopt these two over
of new york -- >> oh, don't look right now. okay. okay. >> how are you doing? >> barbara, tell us what is so special about these two, of course, they were on "shark tank." talk about ryan first. i know you've worked with him. >> ryan, of course, was cute as a button, a marketer's dream and i knew he would side. what they both have in common is they were smart enough to hire their families to work for free which gave them a great start to the business. >> their families are here and we love seeing them as well. there's really something about, you know, being -- you know, cute and being able to work with them and having his mother and all that but there was also something about the treat that made you think it would work. >> i knew it would work because of ryan. his dog was overweight and i knew he was eating those biscuits all the time. a man has a good woman behind him and i met his mother on the set and between the two of them
whole new corporation. >> hi, mom. there's a corporation over there. >> hardest working woman. >> nour family has been helpful as well. what was it about her? >> she was smart enough to take advantage of her great story. she has a great story and people want to hear it. next rather than just hiring a distributor she hired many distributors including the largest one that supplies whole foods and that explains why she's in 50 whole food stores. this little girl, don't be fooled. she is a manipulator. >> you do it in school and everything. how do you get it all done? >> well, it's definitely a lot of hard work. but what makes it worth is that i to that i'm sharing my story and i love traveling around the country and then what also makes it worth it is that i get to solve a problem that not only helps the bees but also us. >> that's true. i had a lemonade stand but it wasn't anything like that and wasn't bringing in the moolah you're bringing in andennd helping
if a young person wants to do what you're doing what are your suggests. >> never give up. there were so many people that told me i couldn't do it and now i just said find me in ten years and then -- but also i think that there's no barrier to any age that you could start a business at. >> let's find some. thank you for that. daniela, what is your question for these two young entrepreneurs. >> both ryan and mikaila are young but successful entrepreneurs. what would you say are your keys to success? >> big question. >> what is your key to success? your one big key. >> my one big key, don't be discouraged by life's little stings but get back up and spread your wings. having a company you can be let down but don't let that stop you. >> yours? your, ryan? >> i have a few words. one is give back to the people who gave you a start. have fun and also be a kid while you're running your business. >> that's what you wanted to say
>> you have to be a kid. these kids have busy live, their plates are full but they have the passion and the energy and youthfulness on how to make it happen. >> passion into profit. so cute. you can see barbara and "beyond the tank" tonight. that's tonight at 10:00, 9:00 central here on abc and those puppies, maurice, oh, those two puppies are available for adoption from the humane society of new york. okay. get away from them because they're going to do it again so back now to rob in houston. they're very friendly. >> love bugs.
one thing, a nice by-product, it >> sung is trying to poke out here in houston but there's going to be more thunderstorms developing later on today. robin, back up to you. >> thank you very much. you said it's a family affair. these are the families of ryan and mikaila. thank you, what an example. coming up, jess is on a huge adventure at disney, he's running into some menacing stormtroopers taking us behind the scenes. thank you, junior achievement of new york too.
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might have a better deal. >> he sure does down at disney world. animal kingdom, the new attraction coming to parks this summer. hey, jesse. >> george, lara, good morning, guys. i can't complain at all. we are having a blast here at disney's animal kingdom and making a lot of new friend as long the way, as well including the karibu sisters. this is just one of the many new amazing experiences that fans will have interacting at all four disney parks as they get set to awaken summer. the happiest place on earth gets even happier this summer with brand-new spectacles and all new adventures. >> oh, my god! the sun may be shying brightly but the dark side isn't far, far away. >> let me see your identification. the captain will hear of. >> all i want to do is it get on the ride. i think i may have made a mistake. new "star wars" experiences over at hollywood studios including a
you dare. >> the dark side calls you. don't fight it. >> making me uncomfortable and getting in my personal space. the summer heat turns downwrite frozen over at epcot. olaf, where is anna and elsa? okay, thanks. so i couldn't find them. but pretty soon you can climb on board the new frozen ever after attraction and meet elsa and anna and it will be open at night for the first time. groups like my new friends, the soccer meerkats start the party. >> hakuna matata. >> reporter: and the whole park comes to life with new shows like the brand-new rivers of light. what are people going to see when this whole thing is put together. >> so much more excitement in this show. i mean there are floats. there are animal lanterns. there are moving barges. there are fountains. there's all kinds of special effects that are really going to
much bigger way. >> hippo. >> reporter: the kilimanjaro safari which by day lets you experience the african savannah takes on a new life after dark. >> hippo and lions. >> that's lions. >> wow. >> those are hyenas. african painted dogs or african wild dogs. critically endangered species. the coolest thing about the safari at night new ways the animals behave and also get to see the reserve in a whole new way. >> reporter: here at animal kingdom during the day the tree of life behind me captures everyone's attention. but at night, the fireflies come out and it is an entirely new spectacle. the tree of life really is an iconic centerpiece but you've taken it to an entirely new level. >> no one has gotten to see it by night and i think it's pretty magical. all these animals that are
literally come alive and share their stories with us. >> reporter: their stories become our stories. as all these attractions open in the coming months. and, of course, the best thing about disney's animal kingdom it's all the live animals you get to see, patrick, mindy, the animal keepers, mindy, you brought friends with you. who do you have. >> our american alligator you can find in florida and patrick has our black throated monitor from africa. >> i can't believe how little it is. patrick, where could people come to see animals like this. >> you can find it at rafiki's planet watch where's celebrating our 20th anniversary. >> remind again, difference between crocodiles and alligators. >> if you look at this guy, his top teeth are pointing down. on a crocodile you'll see top and bottom teeth. >> hopefully never too close. >> correct. >> obviously. >> use your binoculars. >> the monitor lizard is always
>> tasting the air around him. that's how he gets to know his environment and food. >> i love learning about animals and love being here. mickey, what do you think about your new friends? we got two thumbs up, lara. tons of smiles. still truly the happiest place on earth. let's go back to you in new york city. >> thanks so much. coming up here on "good morning america," hollywood's hottest stars are with us live so don't go anywhere.
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new film about one of the most talked about meetings in history between elvis presley and president nixon, the photograph taken that day is the most requested image from the national archives and now it's inspired a movie. take a look.
he's from a different era. >> what about a coffee. >> the president will be at camp david all weekend with his
wife and daughters. >> his daughters. hmm. yeah. >> gentlemen, i think we have a solution. >> oh, i love the 1970s music and the looks. that was probably fun to get dressed up in era 1970, yes? >> oh, yeah, the big chops and the hair and the polyester, not very breathable, though. >> good to know. good to know. you were all too young to actually remember this event. what did you know about it going into the movie, anything? >> we knew the photo. >> yeah. >> but we didn't know the complete story behind the photo and it's so bizarre. the more you know about it, the crazier it gets. >> what surprised you the most? >> about the photo? >> about the story. >> i didn't actually think that the photo was real when i first saw it and then to hear this crazy story play out and hear that it was true was insane. >> yeah, i mean in this day and
planned out months in advance and he just walked up straight up to the gate and within a few hours was meeting the president, pretty ridiculous when you think about it. >> carrying fireairports and another firearm for the president. >> as elvis does. >> and i love in this story elvis wants to be a secret agent so, johnny, you're a tennessee security. what was that like. >> his head of security, security sonny west was also a tennessee boy so very difficult. >> alex, you play elvis' friend jerry shilling who hand picked you to play this role over -- did i hear it correctly -- justin timberlake. >> wow, i was just lucky he gave me the opportunity because to work with kevin spacey and these guys is -- >> had to be fun. >> johnny knoxville. >> thank you. >> was incredible. >> colin, you play the nixon staffer who helped make this meeting actually happen. what was his motivation.
>> because he wanted a little extra juice behind the president. it was all served at the honor of the president and wanted to try to make the president seem cooler than he was. >> always about re-election, isn't it? always about re-election. >> i want to play a quick game. i'll read a quote. you tell me who said it, elvis or nixon. there are too many people that depend on me. i'm too obligated i'm in too far to get out. >> i got it. spiro agnew. >> wow, that was elvis. all right. the finest deal has to go through the hottest fire. >> that's got to be nixon. >> correct. >> to judge a man by his weakest link or deed is judging the power of the ocean by one wave. >> that's got to be nixon. >> elvis. tricking you here. if you want to make beautiful music you must play the black and white notes together. >> kissinger. >> yeah. >> all right. it's nixon. all right, thank you guys for playing. we appreciate it. the movie is fantastic. "elvis & nixon" is in theaters
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>> bye. good morning. it's 8:56 this tuesday, april 19th. i'm ken. and topping headlines at this hour, and the new york primary hillary clinton and former president bill clinton have cast their ballots in chappaqua in westchester county. turnout is a crucial element race. that's because there is talk of momentum. clinton's rival, bernie sanders hopes to score a big upset on clinton's home turf with a late surge. on the republican side, this is a live look inside central synagogue in midtown where donald trump is expect to cast his vote this morning. the frontrunner is hoping for a sweeping victory in his home state. trump needs to top 50% statewide and to get a majority of votes in each congressional
john kasich. cruz and kasich, by the way, are both campaigning in pennsylvania today, ahead of next week's primary. it is 8:57. we check the commute with heather o'rourke. rrt all right, ken. here is a look at your ramp from route 280 getting onto the garden state parkway. we do have an accident if you are going on 280 eastbound right near the garden state parkway. we're also finding some delays as you head onto the l.i.e. going into the queens midtown tunnel. and then the george washington bridge upper level disabled vehicle cleared away. you still have some pretty heavy delays, however. and we have our street cleaning rules in effect for today. ken, back to you. >> heather, thank you. meteorologist bill evans with the accuweather forecast. >> sunshine today and now your temperature 66 degrees at 9:00. it'll be a great daivment 68 teterboro, 69 newark. we're looking at about 72, but west of the area might have to pick the temperature up even higher in our forecast. should be about 72 this afternoon, 10 degrees cooler than yesterday, but still well above our normal average high temperature of 63. tomorrow a little cooler at 67,
wall street banks shower washington politicians with campaign contributions and speaking fees. and what do they get for it? a rigged economy. tax breaks and bailouts. all held in place by a corrupt campaign finance system. and while washington politicians are paid over $200,000 an hour for speeches they oppose raising the living wage to fifteen dollars an hour. two hundred thousand dollars an hour for them. but not even fifteen bucks an hour for all americans. enough is enough.