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>> michael strahan's first day. check that out. >> see you good morning, america. dead heat. donald trump takes a lead in a new poll this morning as he battles clinton in a fight for ohio. both candidates in cleveland, ramping up their campaigns in the swing state. clinton suffering a coughing fit on the stump. but still trump. >> every time i think about trump i get allergic. >> his campaign immediately hitting back. >> i don't joke. she jokes. look at the deal she's made. >> david muir sits down with both candidates and their running mates right here on -- >> good morning, america. the cdc and pediatricians out with a major headline about flu vaccines and nasal sprays. dr. ashton joins us live. an abc news exclusive.
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morning about his arrest. >> i cannot wait till the truth comes to light. >> accused of threatening a former beauty queen with a gun. what happened behind the scenes at his home? new details only on "gma." serena the superstar williams does it again. >> game. >> what a serving display. >> making history at the u.s. open winning more grand slam matches than any player, man or woman ever. a new record in sight. and good morning, america. how about that, serena williams and how about that voice we just heard, welcome back, michael. >> thank you, george. thank you. >> come on now. hey, hey. >> be quiet. >> no, no, no. >> it is great to have you full
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of school around here. >> only thing i'm missing is my spider-man lunch box. >> you did have that, didn't you? >> i did and the kiss one too. >> we'll meet your mini michael coming up. politics and labor day has passed and the presidential race, 6 vote and both bearing down on the big battleground states. cleveland and exclusive interviews with david pure but let's start with cecilia vega who has all the latest from a basis labor day. >> good morning. no holiday for these candidates. traditionally the campaigns kick into high gear until after labor day but nothing about this is traditional. this is the final sprint. >> reporter: a traffic jam hitting this tarmac. hillary clinton and donald trump
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another before hitting the trail. >> welcome to our big plane. it's so exciting. >> reporter: 275 days without a press conference and broke in her new plane by answering reporters' questions and going after donald trump. >> he's temperamentally unfit to be president and commander in chief. but if you look at his behavior toward putin and russia, that is a serious indication of how unfit he is. >> reporter: but her inaugural ride on hill force one interrupted by a coughing fit. >> ki can i get some water. >> every time i think about trump, i get allergic.
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manager responding immediately tweeting, must be allergic to media. finally spent a minute with them. trump also racing to the finish line in ohio. the republican nominee now saying he will do all three debates, the only reason he wouldn't -- >> hurricanes, natural disaster. no, i expect to do all three. >> reporter: you heard it. he says he'll do all three. hillary clinton brought out her map. even bernie sanders hit the trail for the very first time on his own. we now know next week first lady michelle obama will campaign for hillary clinton for the first time in this race, clinton. she is taking no chans. >> both were in ohio and both sat down with one person, "world news tonight" anchor david muir. hillary clinton and tim kaine
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>> 63 days but you're here longer than that. all four saying yes sitting down with us. we first met up with hillary clinton and tim kaine moments after touching down on clinton's new plane dubbed hill force one. they have that new book but that new race and here's your first race. labor day is here. >> labor day is here. >> i hear you just landed in ohio and i understand you flew hill force one. >> we did. >> did you notice out the window the trump/pence plane. >> we did. >> is that a sign it's game on. >> i think it might be. >> 63 days to go until election day and you mentioned donald trump in this country, secretary clinton. and people know he wants to build a wall. tough on immigration, i'm curious, when a voter is asked what hillary clinton stands for with 63 days to go? what do you hope they'll say. >> i hope they'll say i stand for the kind of future that will help them and their families. we want to get the economy to
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those at the top. the best i can tell is donald trump is for building a big wall which we now know after his unfortunate trip to mexico, the mexicans have said they're not paying for it. >> you talk about the trip to mexicoment donald trump said they did not discuss who would pay for that walsh the mexican president said they did discuss it and mexico would not pay for it. your campaign said, quote, it turns out trump didn't just choke, he got beat in the room and lied about it. >> yeah. >> that's what it sounded like because what happened is what we call a diplomatic incident, because he came out saying one thing and the mexican president corrected him almost immediately. so, it is clear that he went down with a mission, it's been the mission of his whole campaign from the very first day to demonize immigrants, to call mexicans rapists and krills, to do everything he could to stir
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about hard-working people, and he didn't raise it so he did choke. >> on those trips, those recent trips donald trump tweeted hillary clinton didn't go to louisiana, she didn't go to mexico, she doesn't have the drive or stamina to make america great again. he goes on to say does she look presidential, fellas? give me a break. >> can i just -- does she look presidential, fellas? that's an idiotic comment. i got added to 112 days from the electric. this great public servant has been on the field for 17 or 18 months, it's hard to keep up with her. the day she tweeted she didn't come t mexico, did she have the energy? >> we do press hillary clinton on the fbi revealing their investigation into her e-mails. what she said she didn't recall and an aide breaking her blackberries and we'll get into
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polls tightening. >> she said she fully expected these polls to tighten but a lot people have looked at these weeks and said donald trump is out there a lot more than she was and spent more time with donors. i asked has she been outcampaigned by him and she said no we'll get into that. >> we're looking forward to the debates. what does she expect from trump. >> she said trump said after every one of those republican debates i won. that is not lost on her. she takes that into this preparation and takes you can tell she is already prepping. >> you had a busy day. you raced across the state and spoke with both of them. >> we didn't get a speeding ticket but it was close. we headed to the county fair where donald trump was, a huge crowd gathered and he pointed to those crowds but also pointed to the polls saying he is on the rise. what does he mean when he talks about hillary clinton's stamina, we asked and about what she said, did he choke?
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63 days to go. >> it is. very rarely will we be together like maybe once every two weeks. we like it because we like each other but the fact is it's better when mike goes someplace a and i go someplace. >> you often talked about hillary clinton's stam that and said she didn't look presidential. >> i really do believe that if what do you mean by that? >> i don't think she has a presidential look and you need a presidential look. you have to get the job. i think if she went to mexico she would have had a we had a big success. >> when you talk about her not looking presidential, are you talking about aesthetics. >> i'm talking about general -- by the way, she says things about me that are horrible. the single greatest asset i have is my temperament but she came up with this madison avenue line let's talk about his temperament. it's the single greatest asset i have is my temperament. >> reporter: trump knows his opponent is here too. hillary clinton who is also here
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the idea of mexico paying for this wall has been central to your campaign. did you choke? >> so, let me just tell you about joking. i don't joke. she jokes. she's spoven for so many bad things that happened to our country including the signing by her husband of nafta which has drained our country of its jobs. i've been given a plus including by you people but i've been a pluses for the job i did in mexico and the fact that mexico will pay for the wall. wouldn't be discussed but they know my stance and i know their stance. >> did the mexican president break his word in talking about it. >> we had ground rules and that's okay. see who winds in the end. we'll win 100% they'll pay for the wall. >> governor pence, you're making news in revealing you'll release tax returns. >> sure. pretty quick read. >> pretty quick read. >> i'm curious. do you think the american voter has the right to see the tax returns of donald trump before they vote on election day? >> you know, i'm very pleased to
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you're going to find out my family is a middle class family and that they will be pretty clear evidence we haven't profited from our 16 years in and around public life. >> but, governor, i'm asking about donald trump and every presidential candidate -- >> look, i'm re-releasing my tax returns. donald trump will release his. i'll give mine to y'all this week and he'll provide his after a routine audit is done is there as far as mine are concerned the only one that cares is the press. it's no the a big deal. voters. >> i think people don't care. >> i'm not sure about that. we've heard from a lot of voters saying they want to see his tax return and he is t only one in recent history not to release. >> we'll press him further and ask him about immigration and where he is going with undocumented immigrants and leave the door open for undocumented immigrants to stay had this country. you'll see how he answers that and the debate we asked about the debate too. anyone playing hillary, we
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traditional way. we'll think about it. not even holding mock debates. >> everything has been untraditional. >> why change now. i think you have more to say about this and you will tonight, more of your interview on "world news tonight" with this guy, david muir. >> thanks, guys. back to school here. >> i know. it is. >> back to matthew dowd. >> i brought the pencil. >> our chief political analyst and martha raddatz will join us. let's talk about the new poll from cnn shows donald trump ahead two-point lead within the margin of error. hillary clinton still leading among registered voters. >> most significant piece of data we've sign in the entire general election and demonstrates among the people most excited, most engaged donald trump has a lead and that should concern the hillary clinton campaign. the other thing that i think should concern the clinton campaign coming out of the poll is he has blown through his cap. he used to be capped at 42 or 43
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at his personal best. if hillary clinton thought she could coast in the home stretch of this thing she better tighten up her track shoes and buy a bigger box of cough drops and be prepared for a very, very close race in looks like a close race right now. and most of the candidates now are spending most of their time in about 12 of those battleground states where she does still hold a lead. >> if you take a look at the panoply of battleground states she leads almost every single one but one thing to keep in mind they're lagging indicators of where this race is as the race changes nationally then the battleground states change. i would expect in the next week many of those battleground states blue now will go to purple. >> there hasn't been recent polling and bring in martha raddatz. martha, congratulations, you'll moderate that debate on october 9th and spending time in those states talking to voters in the key state of pennsylvania. >> you know, we talked to voters who reflect what poll numbers say about unfavorability.
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are clinton supporters have serious trust issues with her. i heard that again and again. some of it is because of old controversies but a lot of people are absorbing the message trump putting out there that she's not telling the truth. as for trump the voters who are still trying to decide, especially there in pennsylvania, do worry about temperament issues despite what he told david muir. >> martha, manth, thanks very much. from an ongoing political storm to two tropical systems on the off the coast of new england as another storm, hurricane newton makes landfall in cabo this morning and, of course, ginger is tracking it all. >> good morning, yes, cabo san lucas on attack looking impressive, 90 p plus-mile-per-hour winds, cat 1 and maybes its way into the southwest. potential flash flooding but that's from nantucket where the wind is blowing and trees and
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you know it made landfall in florida and went through the southeast then this weekend people were going, ah, what about that hurricane we heard about? well, it became a post-tropical cyclone and kept going east leaving us drier. till under tropical storm warnings up in parts of southern new england along the coast. michael in thank you, ginger. now to a big headline this morning about the flu vaccine in your children. and abc's dr. jennifer ashton joins us now with details good morning, doctor. >> good morning, michael in >> for some historical perspective a few months ago the cdc evaluated the last three years of flu seasons, flu vaccines and found that the nasal flu vaccine, that nasal mist largely given to children really did not work. this morning the american academy of pediatrics came in with their recommendation, no surprise here, they echoed what the cdc said and saying the flu vaccine in the nasal mist form
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to be crystal clear here, they are recommending that every child above the age of 6 months gets the injectable flu vaccine. >> a lot would do that because they inject it and it's not comfortable for children. >> or adults. >> what do you tell patients about the importance of flu vaccine, there are a lot of people who don't take them. >> 100%. i take this seriously. i have been diagnosed with influenza twice, both times i thought i was going to die. i took care of a pregnant teenager who did die o complications of influenza. about 80% of the kids who die of flu were not vaccinated. take this seriously. talk to your child's pediatrician. >> you know what, thank you for your advice. i hope everybody heeds and accepts it. to amy for today's other top stories starting with more problems at the airport. >> unfortunately, michael. good morning, everyone. another computer outage is affecting a major airline, this time it is british airways having trouble checking in passengers just weeks after similar glitches at delta and
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british airways' flights were delayed. some canceled. things slowly returning to normal. president obama has become the first sitting u.s. president to visit laos. he announced the u.s. will double the funding available to clear unexploded bombs from the vietnam war. meanwhile, the president of the philippines expressing regret for using a vulgar term to describe president obama. the white house canceled their meeting. well, conservative activist phyllis schlafly has died of she amendment in the '70s. was an out spoken critic of abortion and she was 92. los angeles pitcher matt shoemaker is said to be resting comfortably after emergency brain surgery. he suffered a skull fracture when he was hit by a 1 105-mile-per-hour line drive. you see it there. whoo, incredibly, though, doctors expect a full recovery.
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career grand slam match. breaking roger federer's record while advancing to the u.s. open quarterfinals and now will try to break the record for the most u.s. open titles ever, and did you see who was in the audience? oh, this guy and h lovely daughters. watches the williams sisters with these little sisters. a good time had by all. >> the williams sisters may be nicer than those two are. >> oh, come >> i saw you at dinner. sweet as can be. >> when you're there. but they're great girls. >> great to have you back. i know you were out and about. you noticed something. >> i'm going to have to tell you about it later. looks like we ran out of time. got to get to your local weather
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morning with temperatures already in the 70s. breezy, hazy sun, hot and humid this afternoon with highs reaching to near 90. showers and storms dive in afteb storms tonight and tomorrow will bring downpours and heavy rain. well, ginger already gave us one tears. here's other ones. chris brown telling his side of
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home. what really happened? we'll take you behind the scenes. plus, take a look at this. 6-month-old baby waterskiing before he can walk. how did he pull it off? the other big question, is it safe all coming up on "gma." >> look at him go. if you're using this toothpaste, you're probably expecting to get visibly whiter teeth, but it only removes surface stains, and clinical tests show that it only provides about a half-shade of whitening. it contains hydrogen peroxide, a professionally recommended whitening ingredient. it goes beyond surface stains to deeply whiten. it whitens four shades, and that is a visible difference in whitening. colgate optic white high impact white toothpaste. (avo) my name is pamela and i've been making dog chow for 36 years now. my dog girlfriend is 17 years old.
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rheumatologist-prescribed biologic. wisn 12 news update. wisn 12 news time is . in a developing story out of racine. police are searching for the person who shot and seriously injured another person early this morning. it happened just before two o'clock -- at a house near 12th and villa. a supermarket and a high school are both near the scene... but police tell wisn 12 news those c in this. the victim was flown to froedtert hospital to be treated for serious injuries. the suspect is still on the run. we'll be following this story throughout the day. look for updates on the wisn 12 news mobile app. wisn 12 news time is . let's take a live look outside as we head to break. a check of your forecast and
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and a check of your morning commute, big difference from yesterday, as we take a live look from our d-o-t cameras. right now: no major incidents to report. and your current travel times are on the screen. now to weather here's meteorologist sally severson -- with a check of your forecast. a warm and muggy morning with temperatures already in the 70s. breezy, hazy sun, hot and humid this afternoon with highs reaching to near 90. showers and storms dive in after about 10pm tonight. some storms tonight and tomorrow will bring downpours
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still well into the 80s. showers linger early thursday
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not guilty. look at this. 6-month-old making a splash. he can't crawl yet but his dad says he is now the youngest water skier ever. is it too much too soon. >> mom staying close there. >> he's a strong kid for six months. >> sure is. >> but i'm worried about the safety factor. >> just had to post it. just had to post that video. >> they are proud, i guess. we start out with the latest from the singer's legal team insists it was a sup and matt has the rest. >> reporter: they provided us with the smoking gun, a text message from his accuser which they say shows the former beauty queen framed him adding that if any charges are going to be pressed it's against her for providing false testimony to police. >> i cannot wait till the truth
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>> reporter: this morning chris brown hinting that nine-hour showdown with the lapd at his mansion was a setup. >> because, you know, my character has been defaced and who i am as a person and integrity. >> reporter: seen here in this video clip provided exclusively to abc news maintaining his innocence after being arrested for assault with a deadly weapon. >> i'm glad all my real supporters know me and the truth and they'll see it. >> reporter: authorities have been trying to piece together what really happened at the $4 this call at 3:00 a.m. last tuesday morning in two females, unknown, crying and ask are to help. >> reporter: the former beauty queen in brown's heal along with a dozen other visitors and told abc news she was looking at a box of expensive diamond jewelry. >> that's when chris came in and said, i'm so sick of all of you people. took the gun out like this, put it in my face and said get the "f" out. >> reporter: the singer remained
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messages on social message. >> when you get the warrant you can walk up right in here and see nothing. you idiots. >> reporter: but abc news has now learned chris brown's defense team led by famed attorney mark geragos believed the r & b singer was set up by the accuse irherself. his defense team sharing with abc news a text message purportedly sent by bay. lee to a friend just minutes before the 911 call was made. the text message reading, this freak, chris brown, is kicking me called his friend's jewelry fake. i'm going to set him up and call the cops and say that he tried to shoot me and that will teach him a lesson. were there any guns in the house at the time? >> there was a search that was done. they went in and said that they had a description of a piece of jewelry, that jewelry was not found in the house. they went in and she said that there was a gun. as far as found in the house. they went in and she said that
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as far as i know the gun was not found in the house. >> reporter: also at the heart of the investigation the surveillance cameras on brown's property. so there's no chris brown waving a gun. >> no baylee looking at a box of jewelry. >> nothing. >> reporter: geragos a constant figure beside brown over the past decade again by his client's side while brown posted a $250,000 bail. a nearly identical scene to that standoff is expected to air in the upcoming abc drama series "notorious" based on geragos' life as a high-profile lawyer. >> listen carefully and you do exactly what i say. >> reporter: in your show "notorious" the character that plays arrives to definite diffuse the situation very much like what you experienced. >> so, yes, there is a little bit life imitating art. as i was walking through it i was thinking the same thing. >> reporter: brown who has not been charged will be arraigned in two weeks. now, baylee curran's people say
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question the authenticity of that text message and told me if she had written a text so explicitly incriminating herself why would she have given her phone to police investigators. they clearly have plenty of work left to do. guys. >> matt, thanks very much. let's talk to dan abrams about that. matt hits on the big question. if this is real, this text is real sure seems leak a smoking gun. >> if this text is real and no other context out there, this case is over. i mean, this is it. sure, maybe there's an explanation somehow. maybe there is another text. maybe there is surveillance footage or other witnesses but at that time, i don't see how prosecutors move forward. >> you say the case is over. they can't move forward against chris brown. what about her? >> it's possible. if they become convinced she filed a false police report and they have to be convinced of that, she could face charges. that's what chris brown's team is now saying is that she's the one who should be facing charges here. not him. but i think it is fair to call this a smoking gun if it's
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if he was set up chris brown could have handled it better. >> he behaved terribly. look, this may not have been a standoff, right? mark geragos is upset it was called a standoff because ger geragos' position is i told him wait there, i'll be there eventually. i'll get there. when they get a warrant, et cetera, we'll let them in, no problem in brown did say that. >> so you can argue that the media coverage of this was a little overstated in calling it a standoff but for chris brown to go on instagram and rail against the police, it wasn't the police who decided to go to his house. they got a call from this woman alleging that chris brown pointed a gun at her. that's not their fault. >> they have to respond. >> they have to respond. >> so, look, chris brown can have other beefs with the police but at that time that was not a smart move if your goal is not to get arrested and not to get prosecuted, but, again, if this text is real, i don't think there's going to be any prosecution.
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>> let's go over to michael and see what's up on the big board. >> thank you. coming up on our big board, dale earnhardt jr. putting the brakes on racing after a concussion. will he ever get behind the wheel again? a woman accused of body shaming a perfect stranger on snapchat. could she face jail time? our insiders are there looking good. robin will join me so stay right there. we'll be right back. there. we'll be right back. our invigorating ocean spray single-serve juice drinks
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you should have been with us during the commercial break. we got it all out here on the big board. it is time for our big board and team of insiders standing by live for more on the morning's top stories. sunny hostin here at the table. we're going to talk to her in just a moment. first let's start with the latest on dale earnhardt jr. fan favorite stepping away from the wheel for the season saying he's suffering from concussion complications after that accident this summer. i the fourth documented
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former nascar driver ricky craven is going to join us and talk about that. good to see you here. i know you went through this, as well and had somconcussions during your racing days. tell us your experience and what junior might be going through. >> it's uncomfortable, it's awkward, a little clumsy and may be paralyzing because you do not prepare for becoming compromised or injured. just like you don't prepare for getting into a wreck. you're dominated by winning races. and if you look at this 41 car tumbling through the air that's not something you prepare for. you react to it. so dale earnhardt jr.'s circumstance is this, he spent most of his life pushing the limits on how fast he can go in a car. what will that car give him and what will that racetrack allow him? what will his talent provide him and then when you get hurt, you have to surrender. you're depending on the people around you, the doctors, your team and that's not typical of an athlete.
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will allow to you do. it's really, at this point, what his body will allow him to do. he's not considering -- ricky, he said he's not thinking about retirement, he told his fans that but considering the circumstances, should he think about that? >> so we know this, he's having trouble with his vision. he's having trouble with balance. he's gotten out of a race car twice in his career because of these you can relate, michael, you don't always get to vote on this. number one, you got to become healthy again, right? that's the first hurdle you have to clear. number two, even after becoming healthy, you're 42 years old. you're about to get married. you're exposed to other things in life that are a lot of fun. do you want to take the risk of being associated with being a race car driver again? >> he has so many fans, so many fans. >> he has so many fans but then you got to weigh it and life after work.
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injuries and that, what ricky was talking about, how do you -- >> i think one of the hardest things is not racing or not playing the sport is learning when to stop. i said, hey, the risk/reward is not worth it. and my body has gone through enough. i have a long life to live after the game is over. >> and the reward, "gma." >> the reward of "gma," here every day. this is my reward for retiring, yeah. hey, ricky, thank you. thank you so much. now to possible jail time over body shaming. "playboy" model dani mathers came under fire after snapchatting this photo of a nude woman at the gym with the caption, if i can't unsee this then you can't either. the lapd has found the victim and charges against mathers could be coming, and sunny, you're here with more. she's ready. you both spent some time in locker rooms. isn't it a violation of girl code and guy code -- you're not supposed to even look at someone but take pictures. it's a violation of california
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someone in a private setting without their consent when there's this reasonable expectation of privacy. we all think that the locker room, that a gym, it's a sacred place. you're trying to become a better version and body shaming a 70-year-old who is at the gym. >> for what she posted what could she be facing? >> six months in jail and a $1,000 photos and taking them without the victim's consent. six months. >> she did post an apology. she said -- i know, i know because some people said she's apologizing for getting caught for doing what she did. how will that play possibly? >> i think the prosecutors are in the business of seeking truth and justice but also in the business of sending a message to society that says this we will not tolerate so maybe during a plea deal or maybe at sentencing the judge may look at this, you know, act of contrn but i think she's going to face charges all know i will tell you this, my 14-year-old son said it
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you think you're doing it with one person. >> you don't have that kind of caption following it. >> there was a caption. >> she said she meant to sent it to just one friend, not the group. does that make it better? >> it doesn't for me. i felt violated for the woman. >> absolutely. >> and your son still schooling you on some things. 7 >> on technology. >> now to a summer of extremes at the box office that has hollywood scratching its head. for every blockbuster hit like "finding dory" andba that was so good, there are even more super size misses. i thought "ben-hur" would do better and "the bfg." two disappointments that have studios concerned. larry hackett will weigh in. what's going on? >> sequel pileup. you had 14 sequels out this summertime. for most of us there's only ten weeks or so of the summer, so something is going to fail there. you had very little choice. the fact of the matter if sequels, comic book movie, horror movies and no romantic
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there's not a lot of choice for people. a lot stayed away because there were no offerings they wanted to see. >> "the new york times" says a lot of casual moviegoers aren't going to the movies. what do you think is keeping them away? >> think about what's happened to media, to television, magazines, newspaps. you have choice and you can stay home and binge-watch "narcos" instead of $18 in new york or los angeles to pay for a movie. you have lots of choices. unless it's something you really want to see, you'll go. the idea of turning up in on is just fading. it's too much other things to do. >> everybody here, sunny, larry, ricky, do you go to the movies less because there's such great tv out there? >> sure do. >> you still go? >> movie night is friday night my husband. we do margarita and a movie. i have seen all of them. i haven't seen a blockbuster i don't love. i love them. >> margarita and a movie. >> how about you two. >> i definitely go less. no question about it. >> ricky?
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over the labor weekend. his parents claim he is the youngest skier in the world beating out this florida kid who was 6 months, 27 days old when she skied in may. this australian kid was a day younger than auburn in his skiing video also from the weekend. but records aside, many people are ripping auburn's parents what they should care about is the safety of their child instead of some record, one writes. another says, this is straight up child endangerment and both parents should be charged. some, though, are coming to the parents' defense. i think this kid going to love the water and love his parents for teaching him to ski. in the video you see auburn's mom running alongside him the entire time. auburn's dad tells abc news they took every precaution necessary to keep him safe and would not have done this if he would not ready.
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pictures and videos the family posted on facebook. this video shows him taking a tumble during one of those practice sessions. gotcha. >> the dad there is a professional water skier, does some tricks. >> only 6 months old. >> okay, but i just talked to dr. ashton about this and about kids and that age and development. yes, he's working on motor skills but generally speaking most parents are not going to put their kids in harm's way so there's no drowning iue there, but maybe he could fall. >> something could go wrong. >> but some people defending the parents also saying, look, did we get everything right? think about what we did with our kids? barely.right. they fell down. >> george, you're not feeling it. >> i'm comfortable judging this one. >> tom hanks and a very special surprise guest for michael. all live in times square. all li. .
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. trump takes the lead in a surprising new poll as the candidates barnstorm ohio and both talk to abc news and david muir in an exclusive and take swipes at each other. >> the best i can tell, donald trump is for building a big wall. brave battle. the american sports hero facing a brain tumor while she is eight months pregnant. what they both are saying. look who is in our house, tom hanks, meg ryan back in times square live this morning. and one of my closest friends is here.
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you'll never guess who this is this morning. he's here to say -- >> all: good morning, america. ? >> and good morning, america. i like that. michael is working his way back up here. yes, sir, joining sara haines and, by the way, congratulations, you start as co-host of "the view" today. >> i do. thank you. >> very excited to have you here. are you going to bring special guests every >> a lot of calls out there. >> all right, all right. >> i'm working on it. >> still a lot ahead. an amazing story about an athlete turned real-life superhero, miesha tate, after a 6-year-old was in danger and the adorable way that little girl is now saying thank you. for all of us summer is winding down, everybody, if you didn't hear, and we'll talk about what to do with those vacation photos piling up. i know i have a lot of them. there you go, robin.
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solution for everybody to get organized. >> that is all coming up. let's start with the morning rundown from amy. >> good morning, guys. the big story this morning, a new poll in the race for president showing donald trump in the lead. it finds him up by 2 points but falls within the poll's margin of error and both heading to key states after spending labor day in the battleground of ohio. each sat down with exclusive interviews with "world news" anchor david muir and trump fired back after his trip to mexico was criticized. >> what happened is wh w a diplomatic incident because he came out saying one thing and the mexican president corrected him almost immediately so he did choke. >> i don't choke. she chokes. she's responsible for so many bad things that happened to our country but i've been given "a" pluses for the job i did in mexico. >> meanwhile, trump is struggling to explain his immigration plan after saying he would make all illegal immigrants leave the country and get in line to come back in. trump now suggests he would be
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anything out. well, hurricane newton is slamming baja california this morning with winds up to 90 miles per hour and passing near cabo san lucas. in this country flood watches have been issued for parts of arizona and new mexico. ginger's forecast is coming up. president obama is in southeast asia in laos this morning where he discussed the so-called secret war that the u.s. conducted in that country during the vietnam war. the president said the united states has a moral obligation to well, new details now about that plane crash in dubai last month. investigators blame a sudden change in wind direction as the emirates jet was landing and as the pilots were trying to climb for a second landing attempt, the jet was pushed back down with the landing gear already retracted. everyone on board survived but a firefighter was killed. back here in this country in oregon, police are searching for
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park along the coast reducing the sandstone to rubble. witnesses captured it on a drone and one group says they thought the rock formation was a safety hazard so they destroyed it. finally how about good news? we have an update on bo paske, the sixth grader we showed you who was eating by himself when florida state football player travis rudolph joined him to cheer him up. well, guess what, the two got together again yesterday in quite a big way. rudolph gave bo his own seminoles jersey and tickets to last night's game against ole miss. in case you missed it, what a game it was, rudolph caught a touchdown, there he is, helping the seminoles stage the biggest comeback in school history and won 45-34 and bo was there to see it all with a big smile on his face. >> oh, how cool. >> what a comeback. >> yes. we should say, lara spencer, you know she had her hip replaced in mid-august.
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she's on the mend, and she's going to be back soon and we have sara here with the "pop news." >> i kept your seat warm. we miss you. we start out with a heavier story. the latest on shannen doherty and her fight against breast cancer. she posted this showing her bright pink wig with the caption pink hair don't care. the actress has been open about what she's the many faces of cancer as she goes through chemo. >> very brave. next up miesha tate might have a new career after ultimate fighting. she's a real-life superhero to e 6-year-old. little kai broke her arm over labor day weekend, and her parents were struggling to carry her down a trail outside las vegas. tate stepped in to do the heavy lifting and parents posting huge praise saying such an amazing and humble person to have met. our family can't thank you for all the help.
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thank you to tate. miesha saying it was one of the most rewarding days of my athletic career. >> here comes miesha tate when you're struggling. >> lucky, serendipitous moment. >> as i interrupt you, a big day. my first day being here but today is the big day for you, so excited. >> look at that smile. >> you are now co-host of "the view." >> i am. >> the 20th season. >> congratulations. >> thank you. >> how excited are you? >> i'm so excited. my mom once asked me when i was tt out of frustration and i said i don't know, god just gave me so much conversation, so now i get to share that conversation. people talking about all types of topics. >> so you're ready for whoopi and joy? >> who is ever ready for whoopi and joy? i get to sit at the table. george, politics, come on. next guest on "this week" right here. so talk about an array of things and it's just going to be so fun. >> she's going to have seven
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back now back now with american soccer star lauren holiday who is battling a brain tumor eight months pregnant, she is. jesse is going to tell us all about the family's story. >> good morning, robin. lauren retired at the height of her career to start a family with jrue holiday. now he's taking a leave of absence to take care of his wife and their baby. lauren holiday, the explosive athlete behind unforgettable goals like this. >> the u.s. attacking now. holiday, goal. >> reporter: propelling the u.s. women's soccer team to an epic victory in the 2015 world cup final. >> this is the most popular women's team on earth, and lauren was a huge part of that team. >> reporter: now off the field,
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biggest battle yet diagnosed with a benign brain tumor. after retiring from soccer last year, the 28-year-old mom-to-be is eight months pregnant with her first child with husband and nba player jrue holiday. he's announced he will sit out the start of the season with the new orleans pelicans because family comes first. >> they met at ucla. both standout athletes. the common ground for this relationship was not a classroom, it was thay married in 2013. the couple sharing a love of sports, coaching and inspiring younger generations at this camp. >> for me this would be like my dream camp when i was a kid. jrue and i are both, our passion is giving back. >> reporter: according to
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the tumor is benign, operable and not a threat to their unborn daughter. it will have to wait until after the baby is born seeking solace in their faith lauren saying thank you for your thoughts and prayers as we navigate a difficult time. jrue telling the paper the pelicans haven't pressured him to come back but agreeing he should become a husband first. >> great organization there. that's in new orleans. dr. jen is back with us. a lot of good news here about it being benign, she's pregnant. what complications and they still have to operate? >> so when you talk about a tumor like this, even if it's benign and space occupying it can grow to a point where it will compress or press on vital structures and cause symptoms. in pregnancy we do have to deal with pregnant women who have tumors, unfortunately, more often than you might think and it comes down to timing. the mother's health is always primary, and so it's a waiting game. so much of obstetrics is about the race against that clock. >> jrue was saying exactly the same thing, my wife comes first. that kind of support is crucial. >> it's vital. when talking about the support around a pregnant woman, it's her spouse or partner, it's her
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community and in this case the sports community and, in fact, the world at large. that is so important. it allows that pregnant woman to focus on her baby and let her circle focus on helping her. it's critical. >> can i give you a little shoutout? we had a minor family crisis with a baby and reached right out to dr. jen. thank you. you know what, dr. ashton will take your questions throughout the morning on twitter and facebook. really appreciate that. >> you bet. >> mic. i see how ginger feels when she's out here in the rain. when we come back, lara is joining us. we'll find out how she's doing after hip surgery and we've got creative new ways to organize your summer photos. you don't want to miss it. so stay right there. n. (riley) man, this chicken is spectacular! (jessica) i had to start hiding the bag because he would try to put his face in it all day. yeah you love it, don't you? you love it so much! i feel like when he eats beneful,
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? out on the verge of the rest of our life ? it's back-to-school time, everybody, which means it's time to figure out what to do with your vacation photos. >> hey, we all got a lot. now, i got some great ones with my kids in houston. all four of my brood there and across the pond with the little ones. and, george, look at you. i'm loving the scruff, man. your family.
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that outfit. robin, there you are, you went with your team down to nevis. >> nevis. >> which is a great event, the beauty conference which looks like a lot of fun. >> and, amy, you had a lot of fun, as well. you did something, you hiked. you exercise on your trip. >> i like to do adventure vacations. this one was in montana. so it was great and my whole family, my brother and his family and mom and dad, it was great. >> looked like a big family picture. >> a lot of people on that hike. >> we need to figure out how to joining us to help us get these pictures in order is "good housekeeping" style director lori bergamotto. welcome, lori. >> thank you for having me. we have good idea, the first one all about a bang for your buck. we don't want to spend a lot of money, and scrapbooks can be expensive so searched
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so these are from artifact uprising. responsibly sourced material and it's under $20. this whole thing is $17.99. take a look. that's the "gma" summer. what's neat about this, i don't know about you, i'm not the most tech savvy in the world so putting things into a drop box and doing a layout takes time and effort. minimal effort. you can pull it off instagram. >> those are a lot more work. >> those are a lot of work. >> you don't have to go on a computer. >> you can do everything from your phone, there's no uploading, no dragging, no putting into a dropbox. 17.99. >> now you have no excuse not have to one of these. >> that's right, that's right. >> okay. creative options? there are a lot of other things you can do with the photos. >> there are. we thought about going beyond just sticking a picture in a picture frame so we did art. we did large scale from removable photo wallpaper so it's huge and put it on a wall, take it down, move it around or from minted if you want something one of a kind, a little more artsy.
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your daughters in texas which is neat. >> in the state shape. >> also things like housewares from shutterfly. and this is the stephanopoulos family, as you can see, and you can do serving trays or catch-alls if you want to pass that around. >> where did you get that? >> i'll be honest with you, i'm keeping this one for myself. >> i know. i might want to keep that and pretend that's my family. also they have candles, so there's a lot of creative inventive things. see here we have michael's family and these smell really good, ocean breeze, grapefruit. >> so nice. >> i think we have ones for all of you. >> robin with you and the dream team, the glam team. fun things you can do to commemorate your vacation on a budget. >> you know what, i was on vacation last couple of weeks, thank you very much. that was last week, right? and spent a part of that, our girl, lara spencer. now, you know that this summer she had her right hip replaced, so amy -- no, no. my girlfriend's name is amber,
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amber and i went to see lara, and she is joining us on the phone sending you love and food. we've been sending you wine. >> i sent wine. >> how are you doing, lara? >> i'm great. how are you guys? i miss you. >> we miss you. >> we miss you too. >> how are you feeling? >> i'm feeling great. robin, that day that we spent together was priceless. one of the main things if like this, number one, it's a big deal and you're very fatigued and it kind of takes -- it consumes you, so to have somebody that you love come up and take your mind off your troubles and the pain and make you laugh for two hours is worth its weight in gold. so, thank you my friend. >> the rose helped. >> yes. you know, it's not an ice pack. it's an ice cold rose. >> how about that blinged out
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instead i had a hip replacement. my friend, there she is, my friend michelle came over day one that i was home, and she bedazzled my cane to make me laugh and make me smile. and there's the finished product. very, very beautiful. it's become not only a necessary tool but also a party trick. >> how are you getting around, lara? are you walking every day? give us an idea what it's like. >> yeah, i'm up to almost a mile a day walking. >> oh, wow. >> and at fiscal therapy, i ride the bike and do loads of exercises. and, again, if you are -- if you have had the surgery or if you have to have a hip replacement or any major surgery, i implore you to please, please do the exercises because that has gotten me really where i am today and so hopeful that i'll be back with you guys before you know it.
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everything went well. >> i'm not ready to go on a hike with you yet, amy. but i'll get you there. >> you can do more leisurely stuff with me just like lay on a beach chair. >> you just take your time. you heal. you look wonderful. so proud of you, how hard you're working, lara. i know you want to get back as soon as you can. but you take care of you. >> she'll be back on the tennis court before -- >> y >> maybe i'll have a shot at her on a tennis court now. let's check in with ginger outside. >> we love hearing from lara. i'm so glad to hear she's doing well. you know, we're playing right off that vacation photo you guys were showing. i wanted to show you valerie's photo from seacrest beach.
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>> ryan moore and alexis scott. >> i was assuming that was your son.morning with temperatures already in the 70s. breezy, hazy sun, hot and humid this afternoon with highs reaching to near 90. showers and storms dive in after about 10pm tonight. some storms tonight and tomorrow will bring downpours and heavy rain. highs tomorrow still well into >> what a m >> what a morning, we've got a special guest, and we also have tom hanks and meg ryan here live in times square.
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sally severson has a look at your forecast. a warm and muggy morning with temperatures already in the 70s. breezy, hazy sun, hot and humid this afternoon with highs reaching to near 90. showers and storms dive in after about 10pm tonight. some tomorrow will bring downpours and heavy rain. highs tomorrow still well into the 80s. showers linger early thursday before cooler and
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? there he is, maks and maks is back this year "dancing with the stars," a whole cast is going to be here tomorrow. huge "dancing with the stars" party. right here tomorrow morning. >> yes, that's right. very exciting. all of the pros and celebs joining us live on "gma." i want to thank my umbrella handlers here for keeping the rain away. >> inside to michael and robin staying dry and have a very special surprise guest. >> i never have a big umbrella like that. >> if we were outside i would hold your umbrella. >> thank you, michael. >> that's who i would be for you. you know, listening to great music is my thing. what i do every morning. very important thing to me and every morning i wake up i put on
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right here. take a listen. it's called "no limit." ? no limit ? ? i see no limit ? >> okay. >> he's like, no, no, no, i don't want to dance. >> you guys -- >> she's not trying to marry you. she's trying to dance. >> right. >> great song. >> you know what's better, when you have the person that that song here live, yes, we do. come on out, usher. usher, usher. >> what's up, michael. >> what's up? >> hey. >> how are you doing? >> you look wonderful. >> so do you. >> you always look so sharp. >> he does. >> i know. >> we've been friends for a long time. it means the world to me on my first full day you made the trek
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anything in the world. >> you are on my summer play. list. saw the dance. but as an artist what's on your playlist. >> well, i mean "chain smokers" and i did a cover for but i listen to anything that has a lot of tempo, a lot of energy. you know, i normally do spin classes. whatever they're playing in the spin class in los angeles, but -- >> a way to get your morning going. >> you got to get your morning something -- >> sometimes i do old school music, james br you've known this plan for a long time. what do we not know about michael strahan? come on. >> other than that he's a big man. man, well, i say one thing, you have bragging rights. you have a ring so now i could actually go back to the circle of guys, we had like the circle where they all put their rings in were like, usher, you don't have one of these, now i have something you don't. i have something you don't have. >> your ring -- >> i haven't got my ring yet but
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one of one for me. >> you're a champion. you're like the other guys in that photo. gait he took me to a game and we had a great time at the game. something i'm excited about "hard to love." your new album drops, september 16th. comes out. but even more, tomorrow, tomorrow, this man is flying back because you're getting a star on the hollywood walk of fame. >> yeah. >> congratulations. how do you feel. coming out "hands of stone" i play sugar ray leonard. i couldn't ask for a better year, the star, the album coming out, august -- september, sorry and it's all the same but, no, just really happy about it all, man, getting that star, everything. >> an oscar could be in your future. >> thank you. >> i'm telling you. >> thank you. >> how was the transition to the big screen like -- sugar ray?
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too close. >> a lot of great critique about your work. >> the album has been a labor of love for the last two years. a lot of stops and starts but now it's done, "hard ii love" out the 16th and happy to not only talk about it but celebrate you, man. you're amazing. you're one of my best friends and happy to support you. >> i appreciate it. can you do me a little favor, though, when i listen to the album i try to sing like you but you can teach me a vocal exercise that might help. >> i wish i could. you no he what i do. i do have this one thing but i need some water in order to get it done. unfortunately, we don't have any right now. >> water, stat. >> stevie wonder taught me. it's a little thing. check this out. it's pretty funny, right. you take a little water in your mouth for vocalists, take a "little men" bit. >> ooh. ? aaahhh ? >> i don't have the water. i'm going to see if i can do a
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>> let me see. ? going nowhere ? ? we can climb that ? >> and it's early. it's early. >> it's early. >> that's pretty good before 9:00. >> that was really good. ? because you're mine and i still love you would you mind if things don't last ? ? would you mind if -- >> which is on my new album, by the way. >> september 16th. >> "hard ii to love." >> you're not a hard guy to love. i love you, man. you're unbelievable. >> thank you, thank you, thank you. >> you got to check it out. this is usher, usher, usher. now we'll go outside to ginger. >> ginger, gigger, ginger. >> i like that. hey, it's amber's birthday. give me a big high-five. maybe we can do usher moves later.
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"dancing with the stars" cast premiere party tomorrow. i'm such a part of it. i wanted to share with you a couple of things we found online leading up to it. >> derek hough and his partner marilu. they're to "hamilton." >> also the partners having great fun but just meeting would be witney and rob. vanilla ice, they just met. i can't imagine how he'll learn them so quickly. took me three weeks for that first dance. she fed him his favorite meal. a little tease of all the folks to come. they'll all be here morning with temperatures already in the 70s. breezy, hazy sun, hot and humid this afternoon with highs reaching to near 90. showers and storms dive in after about 10pm tonight. some storms tonight and tomorrow will bring downpours and heavy rain. >> this weather report brought
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every time i see kids, i say are you skipping already. >> no in of course not. >> let's get back in. here now one of hollywood's brightest and most beloved stars of all time, tom hanks. his new movie, "sully." captain sullenberger, the real-life pilot. >> can i just say this is like doing an interview in baggage claim. there are so many people here. everybody is hustling and screaming and trying to -- moving furniture around. >> we call it controlled chaos. >> i got to go taxicab to get to my next interview. oh, lord. >> you were able to pilot that miracle landing on the hudson. >> you know, we did a fake version of that and it was -- it just nearly as spectacular as the real hinge. >> let's take a look. >> here we go. >> 30 seconds and master 1 and 2 confirm off. >> off. >> too low. too low.
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>> this is the captain. brace for impact. >> yeah, my plane. >> hard not to call the movie "brace for impact" but you think terrorists are involved so we didn't do it. >> "sully" is the right name for it. >> he's the man. >> you embody everything about this man. why now? this happened in january of 2009. why do you think the timing is now for the movie to come out, tom. >> i think -- for larger philosophical reasons i thit contract we have with our institutions. you know, there is a thing that is supposed to happen when you go to the airport and you have a ticket and you get on a plane and you fly from laguardia to charleston, south carolina. the worst thing that is supposed to happen is they lose your suitcase or you spill coffee on your lap. you're supposed to be able to have faith in a guy and a crew, men and women who come on and say, sit back and we'll get you
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got in, in one form or another and i think that's always a -- always a good american lesson somehow that you can have faith in our institutions. >> sully, he was so concerned about the 155 souls on board. do you know this, i saw it from my apartment. i was the second caller to 911 that morning. i think we have it. >> really? >> into the hudson river. a u.s. air -- oh, my gosh. only mistake i made that wasn't a crash landing. it was an emergency landing. >> forced water landing, robin. it's a very, very distinctive thing but here's the thing so you saw a commercial airline plane flying low over the skyline of america. >> i thought 9/11. >> there you go. >> look what happened instead. i think the amazing thing about the movie and what sully did was what was avoided. new york city in america did not need to see another wrecked plane. >> and new york city needed a
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>> it was good timing. >> it was great timing. >> can i just -- the mustache in that scary thing in that mustache you wore. how did rita, your wonderful wife -- >> my wife is so sick of the mustache era of my career that it's like the first question she asks again, honey, i'm going to start a job in about six weeks. she says, does this mean you'll have to grow facial hair again and i say first of all, calm down, secondly, the good news it will be painted white every day so there's advantages to thi it looked great. >> thanks. >> i follow you on social media. you are like this lost and found -- if i lose anything i want you -- >> gloves and i.d. all -- >> yes, yes. >> what is up with that. >> you will tie -- >> i don't know if it's up here but i took a picture of a spatula in times and i just thought who loses a spatula in times square. there is a story behind that
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i have to get to it. >> you got to get to the bottom of it. >> you know who we have coming up here. >> you have meg ryan. >> you came this close to having america's sweethearts reunited on the set of "good morning america." >> there's meg right there. i love you, sweetie. i'll find you. i'll wait for you. >> whatever. >> meet you in the park. let's have hot dogs at that thing by the place with the deal and we'll get to know each other look at her, fantastic. >> if you need a spatula you know -- >> i'll meet you at the spatula in times square. >> that's where -- >> ki just point out something. this is so surreal. you see that bubba gump shrimp company right there. wait, wait, that used to be my bank where i cashed unemployment checks. if you had told me in 1977 where i'm trying to cash $47 in a check from somebody who doesn't want to give me the cash i wish
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restaurant based on my movie. >> that's right, baby. for crying out loud. come on, everybody. let's go free appetizers on me. i'll meet you over there. >> he is like a box of chocolates. i'm telling you. a surprise, a surprise. a surprise. our love to rita. >> i will extend it. >> thank you very much. >> can we put him on the payroll and have i'm here? >> get rid of the guy with the gap in his teeth and i'll come in every day. oh, sorry. sorry. >> can somebody not tell me that he's here for crying -- >> i'm here. >> that's it. i'm taking over the pyramid. we'll be right back after this. >> america's sweethearts, one of tom hanks' favorite co-stars. >> you're not working enough, my friend.
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? this is my heartbeat song ? welcome back. we have with us the one and meg ryan, everybody. give it up for meg ryan. she's going in front of and behind the camera in her if you film "ithaca" taking a turn as director and star and plays a widowed mother of three boys and see two of them talking bo the eldest going off to war. take a look. >> don't go. don't go. >> i'm not going now. i'm just going to school.
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back. marcus went. don't you go too. homer. >> it's going to be a long time before i go. >> oh, wow, you know what, first of all, congratulations on your directorial debut. >> thank you very much. i those two kids so adorable. >> i was watching the way you were looking -- i heard the little one stole your heart. >> he -- it was insane, i loved him so much and i was just thinking, i remember him trying to sou time of the it was first time doing a movie and realized i like to do two or three takes so would start doing them, homer's going to work. homer's going to work. homer's going to work. like three takes in one. he was so cute. so cute. >> and your real-life son plays your eldest son so i'm curious when you're directing your son is it like telling him to do chores when you're at home. >> in a way, yeah, but he's --
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did his 10,000 hours of directing and writing and acting by the time he was like 10. >> wow. >> so the kids were always around the house making movies and things. by the time he got to my set he had been to martin scorsese's set and now on steven soderbergh's set. >> he has experience. >> not a rookie to this. >> no. >> a lot of it has been made about this because it is -- you and tom hanks are reunited. tom was just here talking to robin. >> i know. the craziest favor ever. he came for a day. he's but so adorable that he gathered the crew around after the ten hours that he worked and said i'm so happy we got to know each other so well in these last ten hours but thank you for being here for my friend meg. >> you had a nice session on set as well. looked at your twitter. you have your tag line which is, i'll have what she's having. >> i have a twitter?
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>> she had what i was having. >> somebody got you on my twitter. >> somebody tweeting for me. good to know. i'm sure i have one. >> that's a funny play on your life -- from that film but what is it like for you now? always in front of the camera. you were america's sweetheart. i had the biggest crush on you. i must say that. i'm sweating under this suit right now. so what is it like for you now to be behind -- >> it was really fun. it's so fun -- the best part of everything is that there's so many different kinds of on a moved set. all kinds and to be in and whispering around with people like sam sheppard in the movie, tom, you know, their process as arc, amazing, d.p. we had this incredible -- just to understand what actually everyone is finally doing after 30 something movies it was probably about time. let's just say it that way. >> you got to know everything going on. have done "sleepless in seattle." "you've got mail," rom cops and
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they're tricky and hard to make. >> well, they're probably not hard is -- not terribly hard but a certain of kind of -- they're not exactly funny and they're not exactly dramatic. fine line in between. it's a fine line to walk when you're doing a romantic comedy. >> one thing that you're good at, good if front of the camera, behind the camera. we can't wait to see your movie "ithaca" which opens theaters available on demand this friday so we're very excited for you. your son is in it. that little kid is so cute, meg ryan, everybody. coming up, we'll be right back.
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this summer we had fun getting ready for michael to join us and we made this fall
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we all fell in love with a little boy featured in it. ito everybody barrett, 7 years old from jersey but started calling him mini michael around the office and he's with us today. come on out here, ethan. ? >> look at that walk. >> look at that strut. ? >> we have to do a little side by side. okay. here you go. >> oh, my goodness. >> so cute. >> he's even got the shoes going on. >> he's got everything. >> and if i had to give advice to my younger self, stay in school. work hard. and the thing is, you -- really doesn't have a space in his teeth. he doesn't have any teeth. they're growing in right now. but you're rocking the gap very well. >> that look, that's it. >> what did you hear from your friends after you did that
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going back to school tomorrow so i'll know when i get back there. >> what, second grade? well, yes. >> are you excited about school? >> yes. >> yes. well, we got a little something for you. >> we got a little surprise. we heard you like pokemon and got you a nice little backpack. there you go. mikey likes it. russ feingold: so, what do you girls want to be when you grow up? girl 2: i want be a doctor! russ feingold: you think you should be paid the same boys? yogirl 1:d definitely.d girl 2: yep! russ feingold: well, i raised my two girls right here, and they agreed: wewith you -ed and so do i. unfortunately, in wisconsin, a lot of women make less than men doing the same job. i'll work for equal pay for women, and for paid leave so parents can care for a sick family member. discrimination against any women is flat out wrong. what you think of that? girls: good call! feingold: i'm russ feingold
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okay, the cast has been revealed and it may be the most epic cast ever but they've never all been together live. now tomorrow for the first time, the new "dancing" stars are all live. >> you don't want to miss it. >> only on abc. >> good morning, america. ? "good morning america" is brought to you by cat & jack. imaginative kids' clothing only at target. >> ethan, how do you lik backpack. >> all right. >> say good-bye to everybody. >> bye! wisn 12 named station of the year by the wisconsin broadcasters association for the second consecutative year. we are honored to share the stories of
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day. wisn 12. leading the way with important local coverage. now a wisn 12 news update. wisn 12 news time is . right now -- we're following breaking news from jefferson county. emergency crews are at the scene of a business fire. it was reported around 7-30 this morning... at the "frontier f-s co-op". that's near marietta avenue and american street. this is video of the scene from news chopper 12. several local fire departments responded to the incident. our newsroom is working to learn more about wh whether anyone was hurt. look for updates on the wisn 12 news mobile app. new from overnight. at least one person is behind bars -- after an early-morning police chase. it started in glendale and ended near hubbard and meinecke in milwaukee. our wisn 12 news crew saw one person being taken into custody after the chase. glendale police have not yet released any information about what happened. turning now to weather watch 12. let's get a check of
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sally severson. a warm and muggy morning with temperatures already in the 70s. breezy, hazy sun, hot and humid this afternoon with highs reaching to near 90. showers and storms dive in after about 10pm tonight. some storms tonight and tomorrow will bring downpours and heavy rain. still well into the 80s. showers linger early thursday before cooler and
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