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a.o d ted against >> referred to my hands, if they're small, something else must be small. i guarantee you, there's no problem. i guarantee you. >> and dishing his own. >> don't worry about it, little marco. >> gentlemen. >> as mitt romney tries to rally the gop with a blier attack against trump. >> a phony. >> trump responds. >> they've run things for a long time and they've run the country into hell. >> marco rubio will join us this morning. also this morning, the dangerous morning commute. millions now facing slick roads as a snowstorm hits the east coast. eight states
explosive crash. the driver reveal right here on "gma." we do say good morning, america. happy friday. we cannot wait to reveal the "dancing with the stars" cast member. here's a clue. this person will be twisting in the ballroom. >> wait a minute. george is not here. not george. not george. >> his dancing shoes. >> george is off. david muir is here for us and we've got a lot to talk about about the presidential race. >> yeah, we've been talking about it before we even came on this morning. the fiery debate, republican candidates on that stage, marco rubio, ted cru
taking aim at donald trump and trump, of course, firing back. >> that'sriuknow, the debate we very weird place last night and a pattern of flip-flops that was shown in a video at the debate. overnight, the republican debate starting with a low blow. >> he referred to my hands, if they're small, something he must be small. i guarantee you there's no problem. i guarantee you. >> reporter: the wild night even had a moment of zen. >> that is not what you said. >> i know it's hard not to interrupt but try. breathe, breathe. >> lying
>> when they're done with the yoga can i answer the question. >> you cannot. >> reporter: when it was serious, trump's rivals focusing on his record as a businessman. >> he can start tonight by announcing all the donald trump clothing will no longer be made in china and mexico but here in the united states. >> this little guy has lied so much. >> here we go. >> they devalue their currencies and they make it impossible for clothing makers in this country to do clothing in this country. >> reporter: trump and co-moderator megyn kelly remaining civil after their epic battle in the first debate. >> mr. trump, hi. >> hello. >> how are you doing. >> nice to be with you, megyn. >> great to have you here. >> you're looking well. you're looking well. >> as are you. >> reporter: but later kelly putting trump university in the spotlight. the business now the subject of lawsuits over claims they defrauded students out of thousands of dollars promising to teach the secrets of real estate. >> the ratin f
business bureau was a "d" minus. that's the last publicly campaign. >> you change your tune on so many things and that has some people is his core? >> megyn, i have a very strong core. i have a very strong core. but i've never seen a successful person who wasn't flexible. >> reporter: the debate coming just hours after former republican presidential nominee mitt romney took on trump in a blistering speech. >> donald trump is a phony, a fraud. but you say, wait, wait, wait, isn't he a huge business success? doesn't he know what he's talking about? no, he isn't. and, no, he doesn't. >> reporter: trump responding to romney right at the top of the debate. >> he was a failed candidate. >> reporter: i asked trump if he was worried about the establishment working against him? the establishment is trying to wraesle this nomination away from yo
what are you doing to make >>hauer that doesn't happen. ep her husband. he's desperate and he's no at t that so far two-thirds of voters have voted for somebody other than trump, that a majority of the republican voters don't want trump yet. that said and all that talk about a contested convention, all four nominees yesterday said they would support -- all four candidates said they would support the eventual nominee. >> tom, thanks. republican presidential candidate marco rubio joins us now. senator rubio, thanks for being here this morning. >> good morning. >> senator, i wanted to ask you first about the tenor of this
parents watching, kids watching too. you and donald trump have trade campaign has become, absolutely, in use donald trump for the american history offending everyone running for president, ju journalists, the disabled -- >> but do you regret -- >> look, sometimes when someone is as offensive as he is repeatedly he needs to get a taste of his own medicine. nothing i have ever said comes anything close to what donald trump says regularly on a daily and routine basis. >> let me turn to some of the issues you brought up. you went after him raising concerns about trump university among other things. you said he's making promises he has no intention of keeping.
giving them their vote. he's trying tooncaerlook, i'm t successful businessman, i know how to get this done and i can do it for sign up with my brand. well, that's what he's doing except instead of money he's looking for votes. it's already clear last night he changed his position on immigration and at least on one key aspect of immigration. he has no answers on health care. we saw that last week. he had no serious response to foreign policy other than to attack me personally by name-calling. there is not a single issue he has ever given a thoughtful, serious answer on and he's asking to become the president of the united states. >> senator, you know -- >> i think that's evidence of someone -- >> you know there's been a lot of talk about this republican revolt from members of the republican establish many. mitt romney now leading the charge. romney saying if republicans choose trump as our nominee the prospects for a safe and prosperous future are greatly
do you agree with that. >> first, i would understand he is not a conservative and that could end the endn o conservative move many as we know it. the world is a dangerous place and some of the rhetoric that donald trump has and some of the policies to the extent he's even outlined a little bit are reckless and dangerous. >> but if you think he's going to make america less safe, you think he's conning the american voter, you did say last night that you would support donald trump if he's the nominee, how do you square the two? >> yeah, i mean that's the quandary we find ourselves in. that's what i'm trying to avoid. if it comes down to that which i don't believe it will then our choice is between hillary clinton which is just awful, you know, e-mail investigation that has her own fbi investigation, i think disqualified from being commander in chief because of benghazi and donald trump who is just disgust.
i wish people would have a better choice. >> you're awareol i basically b. very strong -- it'll be and i've never categorized any state as must win but we'll win florida and i'm very confident of that. >> all right, senator rubio, we can hear your voice hoarse this morning. we hope you feel better. >> thank you. >> all right, david, thank you. for more on the republican debate and the impact of mitt romney's speech we bring in abc's matthew dowd, what a night, what a week, what a year it's been. how about last night, anything to change the momentum from donald trump. >> one would have thought the behavior as we went from a stage that had the size of a nascar race to a football team to a baseball team to a basketball team and now to a
looked upho ee correspondent jo live this morning. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. it's an alarming threat and comes just a day after the u.n. a smiling tvmade a provocative saying that north korea's dear leader, kim jong-un, has given the go-ahead for the use of the country's nuclear weapons. the u.s. state department abc closely monitoring the situation, urging north korea to, quote, refrain from provocative actions and rhetoric that aggravate tensions. this comes after north korea claimed on state media to have successfully tested a hydrogen
february tests of missile technology athe quick developmew long-range rocket system which they claim has thety to hit ke u.s. and south koreanials have already met today to discuss the possibility of deploying an advance missile defense system there on the korean peninsula, but, robin, that is a move that china strongly opposes. >> all right, jon, thank you. now a health scare in wisconsin. the cdc warning residents abouten aoutbreak of something called elizabeth ckingia. abc's chief medical editor is here. you used to work at the cdc. what is going on?
you sort out what's going on an elder di and -- >> what is the symptoms. >> what you can see, shortness t on here that may have caused this outbreak. in the meantime, doctors wil on the alert so that patients will be treated with the right antibiotics. >> the cdc is on it full force. >> yeah, this one we got to pay attention to. >> all right, rich, thank you. >> thanks, robin and rich.
making its way up the east coast g. >> good morning, david. it may be march but it is clearly still winter here in this morning temperatures feel like they are in the 20s, we have fresh snow on the ground, and behind me is i-95. this could not be coming at a worse time, the morning commute. we've been watching cars slipping and sliding all over the highway this morning. and this is a story all up and down the eastern seaboard. let's take a look at some pictures outside of d.c. and delaware they've already seen 5 inches of novell this morning and that know is still falling. now, even out towards d.c. itself you're seeing actual snow on your car. what does that mean? it means you're scraping ice before you head into work this good morning even out towards jersey flurries falling. look at the map. we are talking about a massive system moving up the mid-atlantic, we're talking about eight states here affected. that means millions of peo
affected this morning commute. david, it's an ugly mess. >> all g herfit to court. million ers testified about the senate. well, an autopsy shows a man fatally shot by police in raleigh, north carolina, this week was hit by four bullets. in a new statement thursday police say akhil den kins pulled a gun from his waistband and was reaching toward the officer's gun when he was shot. a witness claims denkins was shot in the back. in southern california a man is in custody accused of
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david. after seven days of testimony, later today, a wi for a naked video of erin andrews that went viral on thee contributor in's deposition testifying about andrews' demeanor after the incident. he was her espn colleague at the time saying, andrews was quiet and more reserved after the video came out. >> i remember thinking with amazement really at the performance she was giving. >> reporter: suing her stalker michael barrett as well as the owners and managers of that marriott for $75 million claiming the hotel made it easy for barrett to shoot the nude video. >> this could have been stopped. the
have just called me. >> reporter: michael barrett says he was having money turned off. pulled the plug out and waited for the opportunity. >> reporter: barrett pled guilty 30 monthe hotel claims barrett criminal who tricked them into gaining access. attorneys for the marriott hotel arguing that the nude recordings have not had a negative impact on her career. >> you also got an endorsement forte andrews maintaining this incident has caused lasting emotional scars. >> i instantly cover the peephole. and then i do a check of the room. i look everywhere. >> reporter: the video which is still online today has been seen nearly 17 million times. at court her family by her side, her f
years later his daughter still h us with same. more. take us into the jury room. we heard that grueling cross-examinatio jas turorhe fi liability. meaning who is responsible for this and are they responsible? there's no question that barrett is responsible. he's admitted that he did this, that he altered the peephole. he's going to be found responsible then the question is should the hotel and the management group be found responsible meaning were they negligent? assuming the ans those questions is, yes, then it's damages. how much should this be worth to erin andrews. >> we've heard the figure 75
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a look at i66, accident activity in the eastboundgw parkway and m streets. authorities are on the scene. ,ccident cleanup for folks 295 split. >> anchor: happening today, a former prince georges county school volunteer is due in federal court to face a slew of child pornography charges. the the 22-year old is accused of several chirp. faces state and several charges. civil suits have been filed against the prince georges county school system. tomorrow, th
front-runner. ted cruz and marco rubio take aim at donald interrupt. it's not complicated. >> he doesn't have answers. >> trump not backing down. >> this little guy has lied so much. >> the republicans rally to stop trump's momentum. ♪ also this morning, guess who's storming the dance floor? the new didn't cast member we really can't wait to reveal. the huge surprise, it's all happening live. ♪ time to get the chains out major mom makeover. model ashley graham and our glam squad working their magic on "gma" viewers. the "sports illustrated" cover girl sharing her secrets to looking flawless. how you can dress like a star too.
square.square this morning. any well, i'll tell you, to be danng >> we can pretty much guess that. >> we may have beaten that one. >> yeah, we will. confirmation right here. we want to get right to the debate last night for president and fiery republican debate. marco rubio, ted cruz both going after the front-runner, donald trump, fighting back. the question, though, is it too late to stop him? let's go to abc's tom llamas in detroit with much more. hey, tom. >> reporter: david, good morning. there were some heated exchanges last night and there was a moment like nothing we have seen yet so far, some people are
some as ridiculous and otherspr. donald trump fending off a hit below the belt. >> he referred to my hands, if they're small, something else must be small. i guarantee you there's no problem. i guarantee you. >> reporter: the wild night even had a moment of zen. >> that is not what you said in -- >> donald, i know it's hard not to interrupt. breathe. breathe. >> lying ted. >> when they're done with the yoga can i answer a question. >> you cannot. i really hope that we don't see yoga on the stage. >> he's very flexible so you never know. >> reporter: the front-runner defending his record as a businessman. >> he can start tonight by announcing that all the donald trump clothing will no longer be made in china and in mexico but will be made here in the united states. >> this little guy has lied so much. >> here we go. >> reporter: and his involvement with trump university. >> the rating from the better business bureau was a "d" minu
available rating in 2010 and it was the result ofo been publicl released. >> reporter: this morning, senator rubio still hitting trump hard. >> the front-runner now in the republican primary apparently has turned this thing into a spectacle. he's turned it into a freak show. >> reporter: but the showdown that didn't happen, trump and co-moderator megyn kelly remaining civil after their epic battle at the first debate. >> mr. turn, hi. >> how are you doing? >> nice to be with you megyn. >> great to have you here. >> you're looking well. >> as are you. >> reporter: now tomorrow there are four primary contests, kansas, kentucky, louisiana and maine. not a huge amount of delegates but important to any of the candidates who are trying to stop trump. david and robin. >> tom llamas, the last man standing outside that debate hall. thanks so much, tom. we'll see you tonight on "world news tonight." in the meantime, to amy and the morning rundown. >> we begin on wall street where investors are get
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breaking right now, a pedestrian hase police say the woman is being transported in critical condition. we have a crewene more information soon. tomorrow is the last day you can use paper fare cards on metro. starting sunday, metro rail fare gates will only except smart cars. they stopped dispensing paper cards in december. 2 music fans, sowdd o'shea is sitting down with