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this morning on "world news now," president trump still playing the numbers game. >> the news president had a whirlwind day of meetings with congressional leaders from both sides of the aisle. he reported lid resurrected the issue of losing the popular vote claiming millions of votes were illegal. frightening moments in the minnesota capital. the governor giving the state of the state address collapsing in the middle of the speech. his speech slurring before the moment he seems to lose consciousness and hitting the ground. we'll have the latest on his health. and a gopro camera on the helmet of a motorcycle rider captures the moment he speeds up to catch a car that apparently cut him off. then we see what happens when the car hits the brakes. and -- it's the proposal that
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be too wrong to be true. the kiss cam catching at moment the engagement ring is dropped. but is there more to the story in the abc news brian ross investigative unit is poring over this video on then tuesday, january 24th to try to figure out if there are alternative facts to the truth here. >> oh. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> oh. i think there is more than meets the eye in that video. >> there quite possibly could be. i counted ten people, but atlanta hawks say there were actually a million people there. >> we have our best people on it. we'll have more on that coming up purchase purchase we gin with president trump arnl still bothered by his loss of the popular vote. >> it's been 76 days since election day. during his first white house meeting with congressional leaders, sources say the president repeated the false claim he lost the pop
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only because 3 million to 5 million undocumented immigrants voted. >> a republican aide as a his comments were made in jest. he was having a jovial exchange with nancy pelosi but a democratic aide insists that it was not a joke and says the president spent ten minutes talking about the election. hoursyer, the president took immediate action on three key issues including withdrawing from the tpp, the trade deal with 11 asian countries as the white house continues to squabble over the size of the inauguration crowd. the cabinet nominees are making progress on capitol hill. here's abc's lana zak with more. >> reporter: a late night senate session. >> confirmation of mike pompeo to the cia is confirmed. >> reporter: earlier in the day, president trump met with titans of industry and promised to cut business taxes and regulations. >> we think we can cut regulations by 75%, maybe more. >> reporter: then way stroke of the pen, president trump
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drew from the transpacific partnership or tpp. it earned praise from bernie sanders who said the president still needs to do more. >> he might want to end the production of his products in countries like china and mexico and bangladesh and turkey. >> reporter: the president also signed two other memorandum includation hiring freeze on all federal workers except in the military and he responded to a lawsuit that alleged he's violating at constitutional provision against accepting payments from foreign governments. >> without merit. >> reporter: and in his first official press briefing, new white house press secretary sean spicer doubled down on the assertion this was the most watched inauguration in history. >> 3 million watched it on television and tens of millions on line, and a device, it's unquestionable. >> reporter: those numbers however difficult to prove. and it seems that the president really is looking towards the future. in fact, he's already filed paperwork quietly for his re-election bid and
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understand he selected his slogan, keep america great trademarked with and without an exclamation point. kendis, diane. >> the president's nominee for secretary of state is expected to get an probable of the full senate after a narrowly won vote in committee. former exxonmobil ceo rex tillerson was approved 11-10 along party lines. marco rubio decided to vote in his favors. and the former first couple is on the second leg of their post white house vacation. the obamas were spotted an rirveing in the british virgin islands. here they are posing with the local police chief and immigration officers after spending the weekend in palm springs, they're reportedly hanging out an island row resort with the billionaire richard branson. >> i like the smiles and no makeup. no characterize in the world i would say. there are a lot of concerns in the midwest in morning. minnesota's governor is expected back at his office this morning
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mark dayton stumed on his way into the state house chamber ahead of his annual address to lawmakers. about 40 minutes into his speech, he took a long drink of water and then this happened. >> as of the $26,400 for policy, $1,000 deductible -- but despite that awful cost -- be. >> several people there rushing to his aid. he didn't finish his speech but he did walk out of the building under his own power. dayton's son later tweeting overnight that his father was doing great. his chief of staff says dayton will release his detailed state budget proposal this morning but he is back at the state house at the home. good to know he's doing better now. off to the weather, a powerful storm in the northeast turned deadly. a man in dlefl was killed after a sign blew off a
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him. winds had been gusting up to 50 miles hour at the time. the storm delayed hundreds of flights at airports throughout the northeast. the storm is now moving into new england where coastal storm advisories are posted. a flood watch has been issued for bostonen an heavy rain is expected throughout the morning commute. on the west coast, the rain finally tapering off after a three-day storm. at least four people were killed and several others reported missing. los angeles was hit by four inches of rain increasing concerns about mud slides. and in the san francisco bay area, crews are searching for an 18-year-old woman whose car went into water after a collision. and the death toll most of the victims were from south georgia. the coroner says they died of blunt force trauma. a bleak situation for hundreds who managed to survive people t have been separated from their families that have
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>> crews are still searching for a 2-year-old boy whose parents reported him missing after the storm. sprint acquiring one-third of tidal but the announcement makes clear jay-z and other music artist who's coown the company will continue to run tidal. the company has struggled against other streaming services like spotify, apple and amazon. the deals gives tidal access to more cash and sprint's 45s million customers. filing your tax return early may not mean an early refund irs is holding back refunds for anyone claiming they earned incometach credit or additional child tax credit. both have been used in scams so the agency is using additional time to verify claims. the delay is likely to affect low income families the most. some crimes are so braise, now we have to show you someone
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a man stuffing a full size electric guitar into his pants. >> not a ukelele? >> no, it happened in fort worth at a music store. he just walks right out with it. >> seems a little stiff legged but apparently, none of the store clerks noticed it. the brown fender guitar is worth about $1700 and the theft has struck a sour note at the store. a sour note. that's the best we could come up with. so is that a guitar in your pocket or are you just happy to see me? i'm try too think of all the others. let's hope didn't get into a fender-bender on the way how the. >> good thing he doesn't want to play the harp. that would be more difficult. i'll take a cllo please. >>
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switch gears. interesting case of road rage to show you. a biker and a driver tangle on the freeway. the biker in hot pursuit when the driver slams on his brakes. wilunyou see what happens next. newly released video shows an ohio lawyer hypnotizing and molesting his female client. >> and remember to check out our behind the scenes pics on instagram please. abcwnn. you're watching "world news now." hey, searching for a great used yeah! you got it. just say show me millions of used cars for sale at the all new carfax.com. i don't want one that's had a big wreck just say, show me cars with no accidents reported pretty cool i like it that's the power of carfax® find the cars you want, avoid the ones you don't
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this dangerous incident on a freeway in washington state caught on camera. there's a guy here on a motorcycle who is riding. this is his helmet cam when he was passed by a guy driving a car. and you saw there the motorcycle crash in the background about the rider wound up on the trunk of the car. so the motorcycle is back there trailing and he's on the trunk of the car at that point. >> still moving. >> yes, he's hanging on for dear life. eventually the car stopped and the driver was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence. the guy on the bike was amazingly not seriously hurt but man, he might have a future as a stunt double. >> so the car cut him off and he tried to catch up with the car and the guy hit the brakes? >> not exactly sure how it
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played out. >> so eerie when you hear it's a motorcyclist's helmet cam. >> you see the video keep moving because he's holding onto the back of the car. touching now to a high profile case out of ohio and a divorce lawyer now serving a 128-year prison sentence for hypnotizing and then molesting clients. >> for the first time we're seeing the secretly recorded sting video that caught him in the act. here's mara schiavocampo. >> reporter: shocking video of a ohio divorce attorney hypnotizing a female client so cotake advantage of her. >> part of you feels like one, two, three. >> reporter: watch as 59-year-old michael fine puts the woman into a transwithout her knowledge or consent saying it's just a breathing exercise. >> let's take a deep breath. >> reporter: but fine uses his hypnosis to make the woman walk over to the couch
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>> your entire body is a vessel of pleasure. >> reporter: before awakening her and acting like nothing happened. >> so we have some papers to go over. >> reporter: that's when police bust in and nab him. >> police officers. step over here. >> yes, sir. >> reporter: the video part of a 2014 sting operation. the woman with alerting authorities after notice her clothing would be dissheveled after their appointments. >> the basic law of hypnosis is that you cannot make people do what they don't want to do. however, we can affect the things that you want. >> reporter: she wasn't the only one. >> he ruined a lot of people's lives. >> reporter: melissa says she too was hypnotized and molested by fine. >> he would like to hold your hand, right there with you, he's going to protect you and he was the one who was the predator. >> reporter: now fine is serving 12 years if prison for
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hypnotizing six female clients after pleading guilty to five counts of kidnapping and one count of attempted kidnapping all with a sexual motivation specification and now faces six civil lawsuits. >> she unfortunately met a very bad lawyer who took advantage of her who was a predator who breached her trust. >> reporter: mara schiavocampo, abc news, new york. coming up, we'll have more on president trump's first week in office. >> after a weekend of raw emotion across the country, juju chang will hit the streets to meet the resistance. you're watching "world news now." sound so good. well i think you sound greae over. easy booger man. take mucinex dm. it'll take care of your cough. fine! i'll text you in 4 hours when your cough returns. one pill lasts 12 hours, so... looks like i'm good all night! ah! david, please, listen. still not coughing. not fair you guys! waffles are my favorite! ah! some cough medicines only last 4 hours.
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president trump started his first full week in office getting straight down to business. he signed orders overturning portions of president obama's economic agenda. >> after a bump start over the weekend and in the wake of millions of americans taking their anger to the streets. marching against his agenda. we're "up all nightline" with abc's juju chang. >> reporter: on the mall, famous faces standing in solidarity. >> in the face of this current political climate, it is vital that we all make it our mission to get really really personal. >> reporter: the demonstration a med live issues. workers rights, abortion rights. gay rights. immigrant rights. for
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demonstrating. voices united. collectively trying to get the attention of the new president. the marchers disrupting the president's first full day in office. >> welcome to your first day. we will not go away. >> reporter: those voices of dissent a call to arms for the resistance. hanging in the balance because under a trump administration, this sliver of young professionals runs the risk of losing their temporary deportation relief. granted under president obama. under an executive order called daca or deferred action for childhood arrivals. >> being here is now symbolic for me fighting back for what i think is unjust. >> reporter: in the crowd stood sarah mora. >> i'm a daca holder that right now is helping a lot of college
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dangers of having it removed? >> pretty much my life would crumble because everything we have is what's holding us together, license, work authorization. it would mean for a lot of people going back to the country or fighting back. that's what we're doing right now. >> reporter: a crisis after a campaign season where undocumented immigrants were often the target of trump's scorn. >> they're bringing drugs, they're bringing crime. they're rapists. >> reporter: at one point telling "meet the press." >> they have to go. >> what if they have no place to go. >> they have to go. >> reporter: today press secretary sean spicer addressing the looming issue. >> the president has been very clear that we need toe direct agencies to focus on those in this country illegally and have a criminal record or pose a threat to the american people. >> reporter: but the veritable buffet of issues being championed confused some. >> i don't think half these people really know why they're here. like all these girls are walking by w
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i was like okay, cool. we can come together. >> reporter: many marchers say they saw their diversity as a plus. have you panned the group here? we're not all the same. we're different. how wonderful. we're the melting pot that america was supposed dob. >> reporter: one of the organizers of the women's march says that was exactly her goal. >> i think people are finally awake. a lot of communities of color have been experiencing oppression at the hands of government at the same time. our white counterparts woke up. i'm glad they're here. >> the women's march on washington created an infrastructure. we have over 400 organizers around the united states of america. we're not going to drop that because we had one great march. we already made history. >> reporter: for "nightline," i'm juju chang in washington. coming up, making the best of southern california's flooded streets.
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gone wrong. the would be groom drops the ring but is this the case of would be acting? >> oh. ugh, it's only lunchtime and my cold medicines' wearing off. i'm dragging. yeah, that stuff only lasts a few hours. or, take mucinex.lé one pill fights congestion for 12 hours. no thank you very much, she's gonna stick with the short-term stuff. 12 hours? guess i won't be seeing you for a while. is that a bisque? i just lost my appetite. why take medicines that only last 4 hours, when just one mucinex lasts 12 hours? start the relief. ditch the misery. let's end this. you won't see these folks they have businesses to run. they have passions to pursue. how do they avoid trips to the post office?
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time now for "the mix." we'll start things off with a man who clearly figured out how to make the best of a bad situation. this is mark gomez. and mark is a professional jet ski rider who decided to take advantage of the fact that his town was flooded in fullerton, california. he's a jet ski rider and a stuntman. this is him riding down yeah street. you can see just a normal little suburban town but looks like it was just made for water sports. yeah, he says it took just two takes to attempt all of this. >> and it shows how flooded his street is there in southern california. >> normally when we're showing this, it's about devastation. in this case, he decided to have a good time. >> good
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you lems on you go jet skiing. so in dee dupont circle, in washington, d.c. there's a popular sub shop called bub and pop's they've been getting a lot of calls since presidential inauguration. the reason for this apparently their phone number see the owners are cute, a nice couple, their phone number is one digit off from the white house phone number. >> oh. >> so the white house phone number is 202-456-1111. >> guess they've been getting a lot of calls. >> tlars 457. one of the owns are say i literally answer the line and say this isn't the white house. by the time i hang up there's another phone call with someone with grievances or praise calling thinking it's the white house. and off to another unfortunate circumstance. this was a fan trying to propose to his girlfriend at the atlanta hawks game during the kiss cam.
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but things went a little wrong when he gets bumped by fellow fan trying to congratulate him. question is, watch the girlfriend here? that looks a little overaced. >> like a lot of overacting. > let's dissect this again. so you have them look at her immediate reaction after the ring is dropped. wouldn't you be looking for the ring. >> no. her immediate reaction is to get into a fight. >> to try to sock the guy. >> exactly. >> and then this beyonce move here. i don't know. >> i am causing fake on that one. that's just my own interpretation. >> let's go to a wonderful moment. this is beautiful. this guy is going to go off on a scooter here off the pier and oh. >> stuntman fail. >> whoa. this is why we can't have good things, andy. >> should have consulted the stuntman on the jet ski. >> where
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this morning on "world news now," severe storms are taking their toll across the country. overnight a deadly storm system is moving its way through the northeast as more rain and snow slam western states. we'll take a look at the forecast just ahead. and take two, the new white house spokesperson smoothing over his rough start with a marathon q & a session as our own jonathan karl there asked him for a pledge of honesty. this while president trump brings up an already debunked conspiracy theory. the latest headlines just ahead. >> and new this half hour, snore wars are drawing battle lines straight through america's bedroom. >> yes, they are. an estimate the 90 bhilon actually do it causing sleepless nights for spouses and partners. what snoring may be doing to your health and your relationship. and down on the farm,

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