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morning america." stay tuned for that. >> what good morning, america. a blistering showdown. donald trump, hillary clinton, head to head in the nasty second debate. >> we have a divided nation because people like her, and believe me, she has tremendous hate in her heart. >> it's just awfully good that someone with the temperament of donald trump is not in charge of the leaked tape of trump making lewd remarks about women. sent his campaign into crisis. >> kissing them. >> this was locker room talk. certainly, i'm not proud of it. but this is locker room talk. >> i think it's clear to anyone who heard it that it represents exactly who he is. trump counterattacking, bringing bill clinton's accusers into the debate hall. >> bill clinton was abusive to women. hillary clinton attacked those
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>> clinton refusing to engage. >> i'm reminded of what my friend, michelle obama, told us all. when they go low, you go high. trump also going after those deleted e-mails, vowing to prosecute his opponent if he becomes president. >> you'd be in jail. >> the candidates squaring off. our powerhouse political team is here this morning. breaking down this pivotal moment of the race to the white house, on this special edition of "gma." and good morning, america. boy, it was harsh. it was personal. downright nasty. 29 days before the final votes, hillary clinton, donald trump, now done with the darkest presidential debate ever. >> it was also the most tweeted one ever. 17 million related tweets sent during the hour and half. the buildup to the debate
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tape capturing trump's lewd comments. >> look at this. nods from the candidates. no handshake. two people who did, the spouses. melania trump and bill clinton. and there was that moment early on, trump threatening clinton with jail if elected. we have never seen anything close to that before. >> and as expected, both sides claiming victory. both were celebrating once the event ended. all smiles after the showdown. our martha raddatz joins us. let's start with jon karl. >> for this campaign, last night's debate represented a new low. this was the nastiest, meanest, most personal presidential debate we have ever seen. >> reporter: even before the first words were spoken, that non-handshake made history.
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in a presidential debate. from there, it got ugly. over an 11-year-old video that rocked the trump campaign. >> you bragged that you have sexually assaulted women. do you understand that? >> no, i didn't say that at all. i don't think you understood what was said. this was locker room talk. i'm not proud of it. i apologized to my family. i apologized to the american people. certainly i'm not proud of it. >> reporter: clinton speaking out on the tape for the first time. >> he has said that the video i think it's clear to anyone who heard it that it represents exactly who he is. >> it's just words, folks. it's just words. >> reporter: and after days of buildup, trump went there. dredging up bill clinton's sex scandals. even inviting clinton's accusers to sit in the front row. >> you can say it any way you want to say it, but bill clinton was abusive to women.
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that, i'm reminded of what my friend, michelle obama, advised us all. when they go low, you go high. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: trump then turned his attack to hillary clinton's e-mails. >> if i win, i'm going to instruct my attorney general to get a special prosecutor to look into your situation. >> it's just awfully good that someone with the temperament of donald trump is not in charge of the law in our country. >> because you'd be in jail. >> reporter: a heated exchange th >> it's just not true. and so please -- >> you didn't delete them? >> allow her to respond please. >> those were personal e-mails not official -- well, we turned over 35,000. >> what about the other 15,000? >> please allow her to respond. >> i would like to get to the questions that the people have brought here tonight to talk us to about. >> and get off this question. >> okay, donald. i know you're into big diversion tonight. anything to avoid talking about your campaign and the way it's
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republicans are leaving you. but let's at least focus on some of the issues. >> let's see what happens. >> reporter: their first town hall encounter was a contrast in styles. clinton taking vigorous notes from her seat. trump pacing, glaring, sniffling. at one point, trailing clinton around. they clashed over trump's admission that he used loopholes to avoid paying taxes. >> of course i do. of course i do. she complains that donald trump well, why didn't you change it? why didn't you change the tax code when you were senator? >> i was a senator with a republican president. i will be the president that gets it done. >> if you were an effective senator, you could have done it. >> under our constitution, presidents have something called id speech by clinton.ed over a that politicians need to say one thing in public and another in private. >> as i recall, that was something i said about abraham
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after having seen the wonderful steven spielberg movie, i was making the point that it is hard sometimes to get the congress to do what you want to do. >> she lied. now she's blaming the lie on the late, great abraham lincoln. that's one that i haven't heard. okay. honest abe. honest abe never lied. that's the good thing. that's the big difference between abraham lincoln and you. >> reporter: then, a political shocker. trump disagreeing with his running mate. governor mike your running mate said. he said, provocations by russia need to be met with american strength, and if russia continues to be involved in air strikes along with the syrian government force of assad, the united states of america should be prepared to use military force to strike the military targets of the assad regime. >> okay. he and i haven't spoken and i disagree. >> reporter: the debate was defined by insults and interruptions.
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when the candidates were asked to name one positive thing about each other. >> i respect his children. his children are -- incredibly able. and devoted. and i think that says a lot about donald. >> she does fight hard. and she doesn't quit. and she doesn't give up. and i consider that to be a very good trait. >> reporter: those compliments finally leading to the handshake at the very end of the debate. before the debate, trump's own running mate, mike pence, harshly criticized him for what he said on that 2005 video clip. as you heard, trump bluntly disagreed with pence during the debate. when it was all over, pence tweeted his congratulations to trump saying, quote, proud to stand with you as we make america great again. >> yeah, he put the rumors to rest. a lot of talk over the weekend about whether mike pence should go to the top of the ticket. among top republicans, and when donald trump walked on that stage last night, his campaign
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crisis. dozens of gop state officials vowing not to vote for him after that leak. did trump do enough to stop that exodus? >> reporter: well, we'll know in a few weeks, george, good morning. donald trump took the debate to a whole new level last night. he decided to move forward with a top-secret plan the campaign felt would divert attention from the recording scandal. donald trump came into the a trick up his sleeve. >> these four very courageous women have asked to be here. and it was our honor to help them. >> reporter: less than two hours before the showdown, trump inviting reporters to his hotel to show off his special guests. >> actions speak louder than words. >> reporter: among them, three women who have accused former president bill clinton of sexual assault and harassment. the republican nominee's counterattack to the "access hollywood" tape that had him bragging about sexually
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>> when you're a star. they let you do it. you can do anything. >> whatever you want. grab them by the [ bleep ]. you can do anything. >> reporter: the tape leading to an exodus of republican leaders. at the debate, trump inviting the women to sit with his family in the front row of the debate hall. and pointing them out on live tv to the country. >> there's never been anybody in the history of politics in this nation that's been so abusive to women. so you can say it any way you want to say it. but bill clinton was abusive to women. hillary clinton attacked those same women. and attacked them viciously, four of them here tonight. >> reporter: clinton chose not to address the women. putting the focus on trump's own record. >> we have seen him rate women on their appearance. ranking them from 1 to 10. we have seen him embarrass women
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>> reporter: but trump, who now says he supports bill clintons' accusers, had a different view when clinton was in office. look what he said in 1998. >> i don't necessarily agree with his victims. the victims are terrible. he is -- >> careful here. >> he is really -- a victim himself. but he put himself in that position. >> reporter: two of the women telling me after the debate they did not feel like they were being used by trump. do you think donald trump used you as a pic not at all. >> you don't think you were there to scare hillary clinton? >> i don't feel -- if i felt that way, i wouldn't be here. hillary clinton is a fake feminist. a champion of women does not attack the victims of sexual assault. period. >> reporter: now both bill and hillary clinton have denied those accusations. one of the accusers told me last night after the debate, she was not paid to be there, but the travel costs were covered by the
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robin? >> thank you very much. >> and the clinton campaign is reacting to donald trump's attacks overnight. and his decision to bring up and invite women who have accused bill clinton of sexual assault. abc's cecilia vega also in st. louis, and what are you hearing from the clinton camp? >> reporter: let me list a few of the words clinton's aides are using to describe trump and what he did. desperate. a side show. an attempt to distract. hillary clinton was on the campaign plane overnight. she spoke to reporters. her husband, bill, was on the flight, as well. she was asked whether she was surprised by trump's tone, and the people in the hall. listen to what she had to say. >> nothing surprises me about him. i was surprised by the absolute avalanche of falsehoods. i -- i really -- find it almost unimaginable that someone can stand and just tell, you know, a falsehood after a falsehood. >> reporter: now, one aide told
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of the possibility that these women could be inside the hall. she was ready for that. the clinton team is chocking up trump's move as an attempt to intimidate her. >> jon karl mentioned this. a lot of discussion on twitter last night about how close donald trump seemed to get to hillary clinton on stage. what is her campaign saying about that? >> reporter: well, robin, they're not letting this one go. in fact, hillary clinton herself said she could feel the proximity of donald trump behind her. one aide called his proximity menacingly stalking her on the stage. there was no love lost on the stage last night. you know it started without a it sure did. cecilia, thank you. want to bring that to martha raddatz. she was right there last night. on the debate stage as the co-moderator. thank you for joining us. great job last night. but, you know, we're all talking about this. you were only a few feet from those two candidates last night.
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like to be that close. >> reporter: well, i think first of all, george, and you have been in these situations before. you don't really know what to expect. particularly last night, you didn't know what the candidate plans were. we knew what had happened with the clinton accusers right before the debate and that was right before we walked into the hall. it was that lack of a handshake from the beginning when they came together and didn't shake a long evening. we were -- it was very easy to see mr. trump following secretary clinton around. you could feel that in the room. the other thing that we forget is this was a town hall. there was an audience there. there were people asking questions. who were hearing these exchanges and they had to be somewhat surprised. >> i want to ask you about that, as well. you were so close to the questioners, as well. could you sense any reaction from them to any of the big moments in the debate? particularly the moment where
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being in jail? >> reporter: well, i think -- obviously, ewe were going to focus on the candidates, but when i looked around in between when the candidates were talking, people were staying very still and did not want to be on camera with any surprised looks. but i think there was a lot of surprise from the audience and what was said before that they went out there. they were nervous about who would get called on. they thought they were ready for everything. i'm not sure anybody was ready r that. >> i think you're probably right. let me bring in matthew dowd. this debate last night breaks new ground in presidential races. the big question 29 days out, what difference did it make? donald trump went in behind. did he put himself back in the race? >> that's the thing. unlike christopher columbus, there's no new world discovered in this.
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to start taking her chips back. in this debate, though donald trump did better than he did the last time, he didn't take a single chip from her stack. when you go into the debate with the lead and come out with the lead, that actually is a win for hillary clinton. >> his number one job last night may have simply been to stop the bleeding on the republican side after the dozens of defections over the weekend. >> i actually think this could be the worst case scenario for the republican party in this. republicans from leaving. but those who didn't want to be stuck with him are stuck with him for the remainder of the campaign. >> you think the defections stopped for now? >> at least 24 hours. we don't know what will come out in the next few weeks. >> matthew dowd, martha raddatz. >> there's been early voting already. does that affect one over the other? or help one candidate over the other? >> that's important to keep in mind. this is not a debate that is going to be decided on november 8th. it's being decided now.
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maintains a lead in these days, even if donald trump closes the gap in these last few days, she would win this race right now. we move on to the massive cleanup effort from hurricane matthew. the deadly storm claiming at least 900 lives in haiti. here in the u.s., at least 22 people have died. in north carolina, they are now facing devastating flooding. abc's matt gutman joins us now on the ground in wilson. good >> reporter: good morning, robin. more bad news for people living here in north carolina. the waters are still rising. it's not rained a drop here in 36 hours. i'm here with wilson fire and rescue. they say that this area hasn't flooded like in in 20 years, and that's because the ground is so saturated and these folks consider themselves the lucky ones. with its last gasp, matthew pounded the carolinas with wind, rain, even fire. the storm blew transformers in charleston, the rain was relentless.
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14 inches in fayetteville. that's three months of rain in just 24 hours. it's the worst flooding since hurricane floyd nearly 20 years ago. the water sending rivers over their banks and bursting at least two dams. >> as the sun rises in north carolina and the blue sky returns, our state is facing major destruction. and sadly, loss of life. >> back up. >> oh, my god. >> reporter: 21 lives lost. s most of them swept away in cars. forcing rescuers into the storm. more than 1,000 rescues. >> she's standing on top of her vehicle, guys. >> reporter: this woman in red perched on her car as rescuers approach. notice the bundle under her arm. that's her baby. scooped to safety by rescuers. >> it's okay. >> reporter: this man holding on to that yield sign for dear life. the national guard plowing through the waters, rescuing
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by the froserocity of this stor, streets have become fast-moving rivers here. more than 3,000 still in shelters. millions without power in the south. >> and now the water is just over. >> reporter: blake smith is among those newly homeless. we accompanied the father of two toddlers as he returned home. i'm sorry, blake. >> oh, my god. >> reporter: whoa. now we're not out of the danger zone yet. officials are monitoring additional dams across the state that are in threat of breaching. the weather is improving here. robin and george? >> thank you. we're thinking of you and we're thinking of all those impacted by matthew. we go to ginger with more on the flooding. >> thinking of all those and the emergency responders which did so much work in north carolina alone, more than 1,000 water rescues. look, fdny was there helping out. huh a lot of people from different places helping, and unfortunately, the threat not over. flood warnings from red from delaware through maryland, virginia, north carolina, south carolina, the tar river, for example, crests today.
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>> good morning. 7:23. >> an armed robbery overnight near the uw milwaukee campus. >> the halal guys is a middle-eastern restaurant on oakland avenue next to jimmy john's and dominos. a robbery was reported there around 12:45 this morning about 45 minutes after the restaurant police say a suspect came up to the manager as that person was locking up. the suspect implied that he had a gun and forced the worker to go back inside and open the safe. the suspect got away with around $3,000 in cash. no one was hurt in any of this. wisn 12 news time now is 7:23. >> let's take a live look outside as we head to break. a check of your forecast and
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the only person i need is my running mate, mike pence. i love mike pence. i respect pence. i'll always have pence. >> well, actually, today, he said he can't condone your remarks and then he canceled his campaign events. >> mike pence is a loser. [ laughter ] >> just incredible stuff right there. of course, that was alec baldwin on "saturday night live" the other night. always having fun with that. also right now, the candidates back on the campaign trail after the showdown in st. louis last night. there we see donald trump right there. got so personal last night. donald trump hitting hillary clinton on honesty and even threatened her with jail.
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people continuing to clean up from hurricane matthew. severe flooding causing major devastation in north carolina. ginger has the latest. claiming at least 22 lives. she will be here shortly. amy is here. last night's debate setting records on social media. the most tweeted debate ever and the most tweeted day in the election race so far. >> there was so much to choose from on what to tweet about. one of the most talked about moments? you remember when that fly land o from her face to her hand. it definitely got a big laugh in my house. inspired its own twitter account in the process. just one of the many moments we have coming up. >> they had a lot of fun on twitter last night. >> they did. first, we have more fallout from the video that sent donald trump's campaign spiraling over the weekend. put a spotlight on his history with women.
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>> reporter: good morning, george. while donald trump is dismissing his comments on the bus as locker room talk, additional tapes continue to surface. just in morning, new zealand's tv-3 released a video from 1993 where trump was asked about his womanizing image. his response at the time is that it's fortunate he doesn't have to run for political office. it's the audio recording sending shock waves across the election. >> i'm automatically attracted to beautiful -- i just start kissing them. i don't wait. and when you're a star, they let you do it. you can do anything. grab them by the [ bleep ]. you can do anything. >> reporter: this 2005 "access hollywood" clip leaked by "access hollywood" is blowing up. the republican nominee caught on a hot mike. >> i had tried and [ bleep ]. i moved on her like a [ bleep ]. i couldn't get there. all of a sudden, i see her and she has the big, phony [ bleep ]. >> reporter: o'dell released a statement. politics aside, i'm saddened
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in our society at all. it was disappointing to hear such objectification of women. but according to a fo former "apprentice" producer, there are other tapes. at least 8 of the team that was talked to claimed the mogul repeatedly made lewd comments about a camera woman he said had a nice rear, comparing her beauty to that of his daughter, ivanka. allegations trump denies. ivanka's appearance in the past like on howard stern. >> you know who is one of the great beauties of the world, according to everybody and i helped create her? >> who? >> ivanka. my daughter, ivanka. she's six feet tall. ece of [ bleep ].ur daughter, a did your daughter get breast implants? >> why? did she look a little more fat?
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i have said if ivanka weren't my daughter, perhaps i would be dating her. >> reporter: meanwhile, hillary clinton used the debate to highlight trump's attacks on the former miss universe alicia machado's weight. >> he called this woman, miss piggy. her name is alicia machado. >> reporter: trump spoke out on fox news. >> she was the worst we ever had. the worst. the absolute worst. she gained a massive amount of weight and -- it was -- it was a real problem. >> reporter: trump's recent remarks put his most notorious sexual harassment claim back in the headlines. a 1997 lawsuit filed by his one-time business partner, jill harsh. she says he referred to women as sex objects. saying he made repeated advances. including a 1993 incident where she claims he forced her into a hotel room at his mar-a-lago
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constituted attempted rape. >> he was very aggressive with me. was always trying to grope me and touch me. i had to tell him to stop. withdrew her ed those as part of a settlement for a separate contract dispute with him. she briefly dated him when he was separated from marla maples. robin and george? >> thank you. let's bring in cokie roberts and dan abrams. dan, you spoke to jill harth before the gop convention. at >> i was amazed by that. you have a woman who filed a lawsuit back at the time against donald trump, alleging sexual assault. now, for the first time, coming out and telling her story. and no one seemed to care. i mean, i tweeted out at the time, i'm perplexed that this allegation is not getting more attention. that doesn't mean her story is true. there are problems with her account. the fact that she dated him afterwards. she wrote very nice e-mails to him after the fact. that's fine. that's a way to say maybe we
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but, this is an allegation. and to have donald trump now, bringing out all of these women, some of whom's stories are stronger than others and saying, why aren't they being heard raises an issue. >> flatly denied any sexual assault. >> absolutely. at the time, he got on the phone with my reporter and started undermining the credibility of this accuser. saying she wanted me. she was in love with me. it's all untrue. et cetera. >> there is a big differ from "access hollywood." which is all the rest of it is he said, she said. the situation with the bill clinton accusers, too. the tape was donald trump's own voice talking about the things that he does with women. and that -- >> last night, he was denying his own words. >> you can't do that, however. we have heard them. and so, you know, unless it's someone doing a really good imitation of donald trump, it
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huge deficit when it came to women voters. did he do anything last night to change that? >> no, no. quite the contrary. and really, the swing voters in this election, where we know where minorities are, they might not be as enthusiastic as they were four years ago. we know where the young people are. we know where single people are. the swing voters have been these college-educated white women who went for mitt romney by six ints.r hillary clinton by 25 they last night saw nothing to bring them to donald. >> that is a huge swing. morngs dan morning, dan. "usa today" reporting on 20 lawsuits where there are allegations of sexual harassment and -- >> donald trump has a history of suing. lawnewz has done a chronicle of the lawsuits he's been involved in. this isn't new. right? this issue isn't new. what's new is suddenly we seem to care about it.
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the bottom line is this stuff has been out there. as cokie pointed out, now there's a tape. a tape with him using these word. it changes everything. >> and it's four weeks from tomorrow. and we don't know what other tapes may come out. >> you've been doing this a long time. >> i have been doing this a long time. >> and you have never seen anything like this? >> nobody has ever seen anything like this. it's a unique campaign. an overused word. not in our debate fact check. how do the words hold up? jon karl will put them under the microscope. jon karl will put the microscope. how do the how do the
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i don't think so. contract the rainbow! taste the rainbow! we're back now with our debate fact check. both candidates accusing each other of lying multiple times. abc's jon karl is back. you were there at the debate hall. you are here. okay. do your thing. >> no shortage of things to fact-check. let's begin with the question of hillary clinton's e-mails.
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extraordinary accusation. >> there has never been anything like this where e-mail, and you get a subpoena, you get a subpoena, and after getting the subpoena, you delete 33,000 e-mails. >> well, we rated that mostly true. in fact, hillary clinton did or -- 33,000 of her e-mails were deleted just a week after she received a subpoena from the congressional committee investigating benghazi. it's important to point out that fbi director james comey said he did not think there was any quote, evil intent or intent to obstruct justice, which appears to be what donald trump was suggesting. and then the alleged russian hack of the dnc. here's what donald trump said about that. >> anytime anything wrong happens, they like to say the russians. she doesn't know. it might not be the russians doing the hacking. maybe there is no hacking. they always blame russia.
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community, and robin, this is the 16 intelligence agencies that make up the u.s. intelligence community came out with a finding that the u.s. intelligence community is confident that's the russian government directed the recent compromises of e-mails. we believe based on the scope and sensitivity of these efforts, that only russia's senior most officials could have authorized these activities. >> what's extraordinary is that presumably donald trump is getting these intelligence briefings every day. the one thing you could say is that wi that the intelligence community has been wrong in the past. but this is a finding without dispute. >> also the late-night tweeting came up. >> this was the case of alicia machado. >> days after the first debate you sent out a series of tweets from 3:00 a.m. to 5:00 a.m. including one telling people to check out a sex tape. is that the discipline of a good
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it wasn't to look at a sex tape. it was take a look at this person she built up to be a girl scout. she was no girl scout. >> this one is point blank false. donald trump tweeted what anderson said. did crooked hillary help disgusting check out sex tape and past alicia machado become a u.s. citizen? so i mean, he said it word for word, and he said he didn't. >> what about the khan family. >> first of all, captain khan is an american hero. and, if i were president at that time, he would be alive today. because unlike her, who voted for the war without knowing what she was doing, i would not have had our people in iraq. iraq was a disaster. so he would have been alive today. >> well, the khan family did its own fact-check on this saying in a statement just after the debate ended, quote, we know that our son, captain humayun khan is an american hero.
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war. our son served this country with honor and sacrifice. the only thing donald sacrifices is the truth. >> i'm going to bring in matt again. i can't believe i'm going to even aski you this. does it even matter? it's been known that both sides have told flat-out lies. it doesn't seem to matter. to voters. >> the truth has been sacrificed in the course of this campaign. i think the majority of merges want to understand the facts and want u but the majority of partisans, die hard partisans, don't seem to want to understand the facts, and that's a very troubling sign for our democracy to get to the common good. if we don't share a common set of facts and we have to keep yelling from the mountain tops, here's the facts, people don't want to hear it. >> that development has been growing for some time, though. >> it's been growing for the last 20, 25 years. the ability to get stuff done in
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t when you don't have a common set of facts, you can't reach consensus. that's a problem. >> i can't remember the covering campaigns where they would argue with you by your fact checks and go point by point by point, and now they don't even bother. >> when i did campaigns, everything was foot-noted with facts. they don't do that anymore. >> how did we get here? how did we get to this >> i think part of it is the average person today has 140 cable channels. they click around to get their biases confirmed. we have had a set of leaders that won't speak truth to power. they won't tell partisans you're wrong to think that. coming up in two minutes, what everyone was talking about on twitter last night.
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>> i deeply apple-gize. >> are you trying to say apologize? >> no, i would never do that. what i'm doing is apple-gizing to all the people who were offended. >> that alec baldwin. "saturday night live" taking on the leaked tape. revealing trump's comments about women. the debate last night, a lot of material, the debate going toing on the terrible. one personom cage match. we have america talking. hey, there, amy. >> this weekend had the most election-related tweets of the entire campaign. 8 million tweets before the debate began. that number jumped to 17 million sent during that town hall. making it the most tweeted about debate of all time. at one point, over 60,000 tweets were being sent per minute, which is pretty incredible. and the most retweeted tweet of the night actually coming from a
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he says, i'm a muslim. i would like to report a crazy man threatening a woman on a stage in missouri. that was retweeted more than 64,000 times. but the top moment that had folks talking, not about trump and clinton, but trump and his running mate, mike pence. when he said he disagreed with pence's stance on isis. jerry springer tweeted while i may not be able to moderate a debate, sounds like mike pence and donald trump might need to come on my show to talk this out. hash it out. no word on if that's going to happen. probably not. making its national debut last night, the clinton fly. there it is. landing on her face and on her hand. quickly earning itself its own twitter account. and it had its first tweet. ca cannot believe i was just on live television. one more just for fun. a moment where it looked like the two candidates were in the midst of an epic karaoke duel. someone tweeted --
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i don't know if either of 24e78 had the time of their life. >> i had not seen that one. >> that's funny. >> a lot of people weighing in on their thoughts. one viewer had the most retweeted tweet of the night. thanks in part to shonda rhimes retweeting him. >> you're excused. you were a little busy last night. that's why you couldn't see everything that amy just shared. coming up, the big question after last night's debate. were the undecided voters swayed? we have their reaction. and could there be a new way -- this is a segue -- to blastel under the knife? dr. jen ashton is here. come on back. knife. dr. jen ashton is here.
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? ? ? (whispers rocket) and back here on "gma." we're going check in.
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last week were trying to loop matthew around. matthew is gone. the only one we have to be concerned with now is nicole. only if you're in bermuda. wlooks by like thursday
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>> good morning, wisn 12 news time now is 7:56. >> former first daughter chelsea clinton will be in racine today. >> sl mother hillary clinton. chelsea clinton will speak at the living light community center at 1:45 this afternoon. if you want to attend, you're asked to rsvp online. >> today, more people in milwaukee can cast their ballots ahead of next month's election. the city is opening up two new early voting locations. one is at the midtown center. the other is at the forest home library. you can vote from 10:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m monday through friday. on saturdays, you can vote from noon until 5:00 p.m. >> later today, you can weigh in
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the common council is holding a public hearing on mayor barrett's budget proposal. it starts at 6:30 tonight at city hall. the budget includes more money for police. the mayor's plan would mean a $37 increase in taxes and fees for most families in milwaukee. >> taking a look at the morning drive. this is traffic watch 12. this is holy hill this morning. the sun is shining and the traffic is looking good. to the drive times though, the biggest delays on 94 eastun bypass from the hale to the zoo. on to weatherwatch 12. >> here is sally severson with a check on the forecast. sal. >> temperatures are edging up, some of the locations in the 50s, that is where we find the airport and racine. high pressure is influencing the weather. sunshine and south winds pushing the highs into the upper 60s.
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pleasant. a little cooler at times along the lake. 50s tonight. clouds returning later tonight and tomorrow. just a slight chance of a stray shower. we call for sunshine by tomorrow
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. a bitter and blistering showdown. donald trump, hillary clinton, facing off and getting personal. >> he has said that the video doesn't represent who he is. but, i think it's clear to anyone who heard it that it represents exact w >> trump fires back, and apologizes. >> this was locker room talk. i'm not proud of it. i apologized to my family. i apologize to the american people. >> how did women react to the apology? and did the candidates' attacks on each other sway those key undecided voters? cutting edge beauty. the new way to blast belly fat. no surgery, under 30 minutes. does it work? dr. ashton is here to break it down. and buckle up for one manic
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and joe jonas and rachel platten. wait until you see what got these two music sooip stars together, only here. and they're here to say -- >> good morning, america. great crowd coming up to join us. it is a holiday, right? >> yeah. >> just making sure. it's great to have joe jonas and rachel platten with us. they're revealing the nominees for the american music award great to have you, jesse. your college game got moved from saturday to sunday. >> because of hurricane matthew. yeah, we got moved in columbia, south carolina. was supposed to be played on saturday. the georgia bulldogs took on south carolina. and amy's georgia bulldogs won. so go, dogs. >> whoo. >> that kind of scared me. >> oh, i knew. as soon as he said georgia, uga, uga, uga. >> lara back as well. a lot of talk about the debate.
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>> we had a watch party at my house as well. we're going to hear how undecided voters responded to the candidates. and how women responded on the sew called locker room talk. amy has calmed down. she has the morning rundown. >> sorry, george. us georgia fans needed something to cheer about this weekend and they gave it to us. thank you for that. now, the big story this morning. the reaction to the second presidential debate. plenty of tension, name-calling, and one-liners. did it make a difference? good morning, cecilia. >> reporter: yeah, amy, good morning to you. right out of the gate, donald trump was asked about his vulgar comments in the headlines. he apologized and dismissed them as locker room talk. that was just the beginning of what some are calling the most bizarre debate in american politics ever. trump even quon tra dikt -- contradicted his own running
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he said clinton would be in jail if he became president. promised to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate her e-mails. but it was the women trump invited right there in the front row, most of them accusing the former president of sexual assault. the former president was there as the jabs flew. >> if you look at bill clinton, far worse. mine are words. his was action. >> what we all saw and heard on friday was donald talking about women. what he thinks about women. what he does to women. and he has said thhe doesn't represent who he is. but i think it's clear to anyone who heard it that it represents exactly who he is. >> reporter: yeah, the attacks did not end there. on trump's taxes, he's admitted he has not paid hundreds of millions of dollars in federal taxes. clinton was cornered on her e-mails and those hacked documents. on her speeches to big banks. amy, the bottom line is this. there was no love lost on the
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let's not forget, they refused to shake hands right from the start. >> yep, set the tone for it all. cecilia, thank you so much. we turn to a story break from overnight. a u.s. navy destroyer has come under fire off the coast of yemen. two missiles were fired from rebel-held territory and landed in the water near "the u.s.s. mason." a missile from yemen also targeted a saudi air base hours after a saudi air strike killed 140 people. police in germany have arrested a suspected terrorist th attack. he had explosive material in his apartment and has apparent links to isis. back here in this country, extreme flooding is the top concern in the aftermath of hurricane matthews. the storm kumped four months' worth of rain in parts of north carolina. 22 deaths reported from florida to the carolinas. and in haiti this morning, aid from the united nations is arriving in remote areas
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in that country at 900. well there are new reports of the samsung galaxy note 7 phone overheating and catching fire have prompted major carriers to stop selling the phone. overnight, samsung saying it is suspending production. the company hasn't provided any other details. and finally, one high stakes promotion at a steakhouse in michigan. ruth's chris offered customers a percentage discount off their dinner bills equal to michigan's margin of victory over rutgers. if michigan won by ten points, you would get 10% off. well, michigan beat rutgers 78-0. needless to say, the restaurant is now booked solid this week. lucky for them, they clarified the deal before the game and capped the discount at 50%. but that wasn't included in the initial announcement. is it fair to say that they bit off more than they could chew?
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>> oh! >> no, no? >> order that bone-in filet. medium rare. trussed mac and cheese. >> how about news that goes pop, lara? yes, ma'am. good morning, everybody. time for "pop news." plenty of goodwill. and happy fans at a table reading of "good will hunting" this weekend. john krasinski who was here at the end of the week, director of that reading, part of an e called live read new york. he would not tell us who he cast for the event. probably because it would have been a mob scene if people had known it was matt damon and ben affleck who would be reading the parts that made them famous. krasinski said he would be playing matt's role. when suddenly, damon walked out on the stage and said, not so fast. matt and ben wrote the script that earned them oscars and earned robin williams one as well. now regretting.
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i said, i'm very busy. >> you missed it? >> i had my i niece's wedding. these live reads new york. >> i love those. also in "pop news" the first annual desert trip music festival kicked off this weekend with a who's who of rock royalty, starting with the rolling stones. take a look. ? start me up ? ? yeah i never stop ? >> the guy sounds amazing. then saturday, paul mccartney played some of the beatles' biggest hits to an adoring crowd of an estimated 75,000 fans. and if that wasn't enough, sunday, roger waters of pink floyd and the who took the stage. this two-week festival being billed as coachella for the more mature set. some are calling it old-chella. i would like to say, age is a number. i would have enjoyed every act. >> timeless. >> timeless. perfectly said. >> have any of you ever seen the stones in concert?
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>> you did? >> a long time ago. >> they look so good. the energy is incredible. >> $20 million apiece? >> whoo! >> wow. and finally, tony-winning superstar lin-manuel miranda hosted "snl." >> he killed it. >> as you may have heard. opening the show with a rap about finally getting his shot at hosting. ? tonight you'll see me at my naughtiest and bawdiest and now i'm gonna walk into the audience ? >> i just got chills. that was one of the highlights. another one off camera. he's so gracious with his fans. there he is. he walks out to the fans who waited overnight in the stand-by line. you can still get stand-by tickets to "snl" sometimes. he said hello to them all. promised to bring them pizza. and he delivered. i'm sure laying out more than a few hamiltons to make sure every one of them had a slice of the good time.
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be here live on "good morning america" this thursday. >> he is the real deal. in so many ways. >> brilliantly smart. so kind. >> those comedic chops we saw. >> he can bring pizza here, too, if he wants. that also works. >> you're really hungry this morning. >> it was a late flight. i missed dinner. >> got you. coming up, a lot more on last night's debate. did donald trump's apology for that leaked video swing any undecided voters? st could a new noninvasive procedure help reduce belly fat? dr. jen ashton is here to discuss. discuss. clean better than a manual... he said sure, but don't just get any one. get one inspired by dentists, with a round brush head! go pro with oral-b. oral-b's rounded brush head cups your teeth to break up plaque and rotates to sweep it away. and oral-b crossaction delivers a clinically proven superior clean vs. sonicare diamondclean.
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? it started with a whisper ? you're looking at one of our debate watch parties last night. this morning, we're talking about the last holdouts. those undecided voters in these final days of the election. could they swing the election? amy, what were they saying at these parties last night? >> well, guys, i mean, it's
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election. some voters have still not made up their minds about who will get their vote. big questions about how women will respond to trump's apology. with time running out, these debates are taking on even more significance. here's what voters had to say. the candidates missing their mark to win over some undecided voters. the debate ending with this undecided voter trying to break up the fighting. >> regardless of the current rhetoric, would either of you name one positivin >> reporter: undecided voters considered the most coveted voting bloc. this year, roughly 1 in 9 americans haven't made up their minds. >> i think it was probably a draw. hillary was very strong in terms of being prepared. unfortunately, i thought she was very robotic. donald was very appealing. man of action. real.
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change agent. >> reporter: at watch parties we visited in d.c., new york, and st. louis, many voters on the fence say the debate did little to convince them. >> it's like tit for tat, like who can hit lower. >> reporter: even after a weekend of revelations about trump's lewd comments caught on tape. >> when you're star, they let you do it the. they let you do anything. >> reporter: some women backing him for now. >> i don't know if this debate pushed me one way or the other. i think i am still for trump, despite the apologies that apologetic. >> reporter: other women disagree. >> he's a jerk. >> he is who he is. he can't help it. he just is. what comes out of his mouth is -- him. >> reporter: trump and clinton are the two most unpopular presidential candidates in polling history. some voters say they just can't stomach the choice. choice. some of those undecideds will hold on until the bitter end. about 5% of voters make up their
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back to you. >> amy, thank you very much. cokie and matt are back. let me begin with you. the last holdouts are the hard -- hardest ones to reach. they're paying the least attention to the race. they generally care the least about it. like the candidates the least. how do the candidates reach them? you don't -- haven't decided at this point, in this election, when will you decide? it's possible, as you heard in those sound bites from the voters, some of them are leaning one way or the other. the other direction by the trump tape. if other things come out. and actually, at the very end, when we saw that undecided voter on the stage saying, say something nice, trump said about hillary clinton, she's a fighter. she's real fighter. that will be in ads everywhere starting today. >> he had questioned her stamina before. >> that's exactly right. >> only 29 days to go. you feel some of the undecideds may not end up voting.
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not vote at all. which campaign would be hurt most by that? >> donald trump's. when you're behind, you need everything to break in your way in the final 29 days. the problem for undecided voters today as we have got on the this point. 80% to 85% of them don't like and don't trust either candidate. and they're fixes to make a decision based on that. the likelihood is that they won't vote or they'll vote for a third party. i expect most undecideds to stay home or break for one of the other parties. the two campaigns are concentrating on their supporters. they want to motivate and make their supporters as enthusiastic as possible. >> this is an underappreciated fact. especially on the democratic side. they actually know where every single voter is and where they're leaning right now. >> and when we have watched these -- >> and they're going to go get them. >> we have watched the campaigns. it's called microtargeting. you know the person.
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neighborhood. and you know if they're leaning heavy toward your or slightly heavy toward you. they're going to concentrate on that. hillary clinton has more offices, more staff, more ability to do that. as i said, anything can break on the enthusiasm level. >> the other people it hurts is republicans in congress. if these voters don't show up to vote and they're primarily republican voters, that's a problem for the downballot. >> that is something to keep in mind. both of you, thank you very much. get ready for this. coming up, the latest procedure that may blast belly fat. >> yay in under 30 minutes. >> can we stay? can we stay? >> yes, you can.
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so, the new madea, "boo, she's gone for halloween." how does madea scare somebody? >> she's a big woman. she's like, 6'6".morning with m spots in the 40s. south winds and sunshine combine to push highs well into the 60s today. clouds return later tonight with a disturbance. lows hold in the 50s tonight and there is just a slight chance for a
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with highs again in the 60s. it's time now for our new series, "cutting edge beauty." we're kicking it off with the latest procedure that may help you blast belly fat. mara schiavocampo is taking a closer look. >> reporter: it's the latest weapon in the battle of the bulge. sculp-sure. a brand-new, nonsurgical procedure that melts away stubborn fat. >> this is something you can do on your lunch break. it takes literally 25 minutes. >> reporter: unlike other procedures, this is is the first ever to use lasers and is supposed to be less painful than other alternatives. here's how it works.
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to the patient. >> so far, so good. >> reporter: next, a laser penetrates the skin, heating up fat cells and destroying them. so they can be eliminated by the body. >> once you remove that most outer part of the fatty layer and you wait about six weeks or so, you can go back in the same area and repeat the procedure. >> reporter: 34-year-old jordana says her tummy has always been a trouble spot and sculp-sure to held inspect that area. >> i did to it jump-start my diet. i wanted to see results right away. >> reporter: she said the treatment didn't hurt at all. so she decided to go back again. what have the results been? >> one or two inches. i fit nicer in my jeans. >> reporter: she's even recommended it to friends. doctors say it takes about two weeks to heal. and is for people who have a healthy lifestyle but can't seem to get rid of fat.
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in some patients, it's an amazing way of removing some localized area of fat that is bothering them for awhile. >> reporter: for "good morning america," mara schiavocampo, abc news, new york. >> thank you, mara. and joining us now is is senior medical contributor dr. jen ashton. so, too good to be true? >> let me take you through it. envision the yellow as fat cells. there's also fat in the form of this ice. think of it this way. this uses laser energy to destroy the fat cells via heat. so as that laser penetrates the skin, you'll sigh about -- according to the data, about 25 fat. we should mention, some studies on surgical liposuction say you take fat from one part of the body, down the road, your body wants to reacclimate. and that fat can reappear in other places. >> does that happen with this one too? >> we don't know.
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>> we have a view e question. this is paulina from philadelphia. she works out four to five times a week. she has issues with her legs. will this work on that? >> everyone has a problem zone. right now, this is fda approved for flank, love handles, or abdominal fat. we have to remember the alternatives here. healthy diet and exercise are better for you. on the outside and in inside. surgical liposuction can be done in other places. more expensive. downtime and anesthesia. then, there's the novel concept. accept yourself as you are. >> aah. that sounds so lovely. >> it's an interesting new idea. >> we've heard about cool sculpt. coming up, tyler perry with
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>> good morning to you. 8:27. we are on traffic and weather watch. this is a look from the d.o.t. cameras at 94 and 121st street going eastbound.
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now to the current drive times as well. there is a big delay on 894 northbound from the hale to the zoo. 25 minutes. >> plenty of sunshine on the d.o.t. cameras. fair and cool this morning. right now the airport at 53 degrees. hardly a cloud in the sky. high pressure is influencing the weather today and tonight. we look at the highs today up 68. tonight in the low 50s. a slight chance for a sprinkle later tonight and early tomorrow morning. later in the day tomorrow sunshine and the highs into the upper 60s.
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[ cheers and applause ] welcome back to "gma." we have the empty seat here. you know somebody's coming out here. we have a very special guest that is joining us. give it up for producer, director, tyler perry. [ cheers and applause ] >> hey. how y'all doing? >> hi. >> good to see you. >> good to see you. >> whoo! >> that's a nice "good morning
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i'm up. >> how do you like this new format? >> very intimate. you like it, right? [ cheers and applause ] >> they're going to like the new movie. first, jesse, what do we have here? national pet peeve. >> something trending on, singles in america, they did a survey. can you guess what the number one pet peeve is on a first date. what would you say? >> not showing up. >> it's actually -- >> texting with another person. >> being distracted. >> it's using your moeshl device. zblon the first date. wow. no second date in that case, no. >> i can totally get that. and i feel like that happens more and more because everybody lives on these things. >> jesse speaks from experience. >> what do you -- do you have any pet peeves in general? >> for me, i don't know why they serve popcorn in movie theaters?
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>> i know. >> and you're trying to -- it's so rude. it's so rude. very good, jesse. my pet peeve. >> really? >> then you get mad at yourself for getting mad at the person for eating the popcorn. >> right, right. >> in the survey -- >> oh, really, jaesz receive. >> as i'm choking on popcorn. >> another pet peeve, people talking with their mouth full on television. >> on a first date. >> it all comes together. [ applause ] >> women -- women actually said that one of their biggest pet peeves were men that try to impress them too much. on the first date, which, for me, i'm usually four minutes in doing a hand stand. >> you do love to talk french. >> no, no, no. i have popcorn in my mouth. you think english sounds bad, french sounds worse with popcorn in your mouth. >> first dates are so awkward almost every time.
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necessary, george. a necessary evil. >> but you've been out of it for awhile. >> i have. thank goodness for that. >> topic two. you to mind? i want to ask you guys, do you feel like you know when you're kids are lying to you? do you feel like you're on to it? >> definitely. >> you do? do they have a certain move that they do? do you look at the eyes? >> it's usually the evidence is right there. >> that's the great thing. um -- so, good news for ki and not necessariy ily for us. there's a new study. "new york magazine" is featuring it that parents are not as good at catching lies. they could only catch 47%. >> that's like guessing. >> no, back in if -- that's newer parents. back in the day, our parents new. my parents -- my mother knew. she said get out this house with that bull and come back in here
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i know you're lying. that's exactly it. >> back in the day, they just assumed you were lying. go with that and then -- >> right, right, right. >> it's just a safer bet. >> back in the day, we had the fear of lying. oh, if you lied to your parents back in the day. >> oh, if i heard my middle name, the jig was up. lar ray christine. >> they didn't care why you were offense. that's a nonne gauche shl. there are others. don't lie to me. you'll be in much less trouble. >> if you lie about little things, you'll lie about big things too. >> do you ever find out if your kids are lying. >> i just go silent and look right at them. and they -- >> you know he interviews for a living. i know you're lying. i am your dad. i know when you're lying.
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i have preinterviewed. >> i have producer, buddy. you are lying to me right now. >> a lot of years of therapy. >> but, you know what is not a lie. we are thrilled to have madea back on the big screen. >> yes. >> we need that. >> you're right. >> we need her. >> just a little bit of laughter. >> how did you come up. it's halloween. how did you come up with this? >> it wasn't my idea. movie, "boo, a madea halloween." and lines gate was like, you have to do that movie. i was like, are you serious? this concept was so funny. i got great people in it. it's the funniest thing i have done. >> you want to see a clip? [ cheers and applause ] here's a clip. let's take a look. >> i know that clown did not
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ah! [ cheers and applause ] >> i'm in. >> i know where you're going. i know where you're going. i got nothing to do with the clown sightings. nothing. i shot this movie long before these clowns started popping up everywhere. i got nothing to do with it. nothing. >> now you're a hero to every kid in america. that's all they're worried about. >> exactly, man. ex so terrible. so terrible. >> now we know no one's creeping up on tyler perry. >> that's what you do when a clown shows up. >> you have been playing this wonderful character for so many years. >> 18 years. >> i can tell you love doing this. >> you can tell that. >> you can tell. >> see your 47% is off, baby. i do not love it. >> what? >> i love what it does for the people. i love to see them laughing.
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as long as people want to see it, she'll be around. george is cracking up over here. >> it's true, because knowing you as well, he is a shy kind of introverted guy. you have the character, madea. >> loud. obnoxia. >> hallelujah. >> it's banot as long as people want to see it, she'll be around. every time think i'm going to let it go, then the box office goes through the roof. i'm like, boo, a madea halloween. >> can i ask you a question? you said the premise is funny. can you share a little bit? >> she -- she's babysitting her great niece and she sneaks out and goes to a frat party.
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frat house. >> oh, i thought madea did. >> madea finds herself in a frat house tieing to find her niece. where they decide to play one heck of game on her. it's really funny. >> i saw one of the dance scenes where madea is dropping it like it's hot. >> she's twerking. every time she hearse that music, her bottom half drops. [ cheers and applause ] so great. so great. >> did you see madea. did you see this man, jimmy fallon, your bit with him was hysterical. hysterical. did you see it? >> i didn't. >> fallen place trump calling her, calling madea traying to get her to vote for trump. >> donald trump calls madea to vote for trump.
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it's so funny, man, so funny. so funny. >> sit hard to keep -- be straight when you're in character and you have someone like jimmy fallen doing his trump? >> we had some moments there. yeah, yeah. we had some crazy outtakes. >> he cracks up all the time, too. >> that makes it more funny. i'm sitting there with this costume on. it was great. >> always a pressure to have you here. >> thank you so much. i love coming here. i love it. i love this >> "madea a boo halloween." hits theaters -- >> friday. coming up, one or your favorite bachelors and his soon-to-be bride. ben and lauren are here. okay. plus, we've got a -- ama nominations live right here on "good morning america." we'll be right back after these
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hey, look who's here. the bachelor's ben higgins and his fiance, lauren bushnell. they have a brand-new spin-off series. it's called "ben and lauren, happily ever after." you just got back from vegas. life on the cameras again? what are we going to see and why? >> i think, we did get back to vegas.
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we realized that our life was going to be in the public no matter what. that we couldn't necessarily just get back to normal. we had a new normal. since that was the case, we might as well invite people in again to answer all the questions they ask us in our life. so -- it will be fun to watch. >> was it surprising? can you give us a tidbit? spg crazy that happens? >> um, we go camping with some familiar faces. chad is one of them. >> tha immediately. >> a little drama there. >> i think the twins camping might be the best part, though. >> they don't like bugs or being outdoors. it was fun. >> you're -- the show is coming up. you're mostly in denver. you'll travel on the show, too. >> a little bit. >> we're in las vegas this last week end. we're in los angeles a little bit. in denver. we have some things that we just kind of travel around. the cameras follow us. it highlights our life.
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craziness we do. >> you go to counselling. you're not afraid to say it. >> so one of the coolest parts of having this platform, we can stand up for things we believe are right. i thing counseling was taboo for most people. we wanted to go counseling before we had the issues. to really be able to talk out and communicate the things we have. >> i'm tearing up. not because of -- >> i wondered. i saw ben and lauren, happily ever aftersunshine combine to push highs well into the 60s today. clouds return later tonight with a disturbance. lows hold in the 50s tonight and there is just a slight chance for a sprinkle tomorrow morning. sunny by >> this weather report brought
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let's go inside to robin. thank you, guys. >> it is time now for the moment we've been waiting for. joe jonas and rachel platten. they're here to reveal the nominees for the american music awards. the biggest fan-voted awards show. are you right? he's not giving you hard time is he? >> he's making it really hard. >> just millions of people watching. >> i'm going kill this, joe. all right. it's go time. >> go >> in the favorite album pop rock category, the nominees are, adele, 25. justin bieber, purpose. and drake "views." and -- and those are the nominees in the favorite album pop rock category. [ cheers and applause ] whoo. >> in the favorite female artist
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and rihanna. and those are the nominees for favorite female artist pop rock category. yeah. >> in the favorite male artist pop rock category, the nominees are, justin bieber. drake. and the weeknd. and those are the nominees in e rock category. >> all right. in the favorite artist adult contemporary category the nominees are, adele. you might know this girl, rachel blatt platten. >> really? >> and meghan trainor. >> let's hug. >> congrats. >> oh, thanks. thanks, joe.
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that was exciting. >> it's a biggie. >> really freaking out. okay in the favorite duo of group pop rock category, the nominees are, the chainspomoker. i don't really love this band but, dnce. fine. >> now where's my hug? that's awesome. >> congratulations. and twenty-one pilots. those are the nominees favorite duo or group pop rock category. congratulations. >> thank you. for the big one. the artist of the year category, the nominees are, adele. beyonce. justin bieber. drake. selena gomez.
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rihanna. twenty-one pilots. carrie underwood. and the weeknd. >> yeah. >> and those are the nominees for the artist of the year category. [ cheers and applause ] >> yeah. >> whoo! >> nice. well done. >> i mean, i know. >> great news for you both. congratulations. we'll chat with you about that. we'll have more with joe and rachel. they're nominated for year's amas. come on back. that was a big deal. >> i know. i was really excited.
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you just discovered you're going receive a nomination. you have received a nomination for the american music awards. did you guys know before hand. >> i knew she was. >> i knew he was. >> this is so overwhelming. thank you. >> your first one. >> i wsh i had played it cooler. i didn't at all. i was like, oh, my gosh. >> it's a big deal. loved it when you all performed on you did have a blast. and how does a group come together. you have only been together a short amount of time. this happens. >> it's been about a year. we have all been good friend farce long time. to get out there and share what we've been working on, it's great. >> and rachel, the fight song. amy and i, our anthem to difficult time. you won an emmy for your performance here on "good morning america." >> i know. thank you.
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thing to walk back through that hallway where i had walked the first time and see those science like, it was so incredible. i kind of felt all those feelings again. it was really special. >> it was a special moment. it's a song many people have rallied around. what's special about the awards are it's about the fans. they selected the nominations. [ cheers and applause ] how is that to know, they like you, they you. >> it's incredible. you make music because it's what's from your heart. you want to get out and perform for the audience and the fans that vote and show up to shows and wait outside in the freezing cold to say hi. it's why we do it. >> hey, hey. >> thank you. >> you, too, rachel. >> i didn't know it was fan-nominated, actually. that means more to me. i make music to bring people together and help people and spread love.
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she is a newbie. she didn't know that -- i love that about you. thank you all. you did a fantastic job. the american music awars will be broadcast live from l.a. on november 20th right here on abc. right after "gma," joe and rachel will be announcing other nominees on our live stream. we're going work you guys. >> yeah. we're not leaving.
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we congratulate rachel and joe once again.
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>> good morning, wisn 12 news time now is 8:57. >> we expect to learn more today about an overnight robbery near the uw milwaukee campus. the halal guys is a middle-eastern restaurant on oakland avenue next to jimmy john's and dominos. a robbery was reported there around 12:45 this morning about 45 minutes after the restaurant closed for the day. police say a suspect came up to the manager as that person was the suspect implied that he had a gun and forced the worker to go back inside and open the safe. the suspect got away with around $3,000 in cash. no one was hurt in any of this. >> as people in the south recover from hurricane matthew, they're getting some help from right here in wisconsin. red cross wisconsin has sent 55 people to help with storm recovery. one of the emergency response vehicles left town this morning heading to north carolina.
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people in need. >> now, let's check own the forecast with sally. >> nice october weather on tap. the temperatures now into the 50s for most of us. this is looking at the hone bridge. high pressure is influencing the weather. a little energy south and west and between the two in clouds tonight. lots of dry hours. today is filled with sunshine and 68 degrees, south breezes. tonight the clouds return and a slight chance after sprinkle. wet weather returning on
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