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to get by, you're not alone. while our people work longer hours for lower wages, almost all new income goes to the top 1%. my plan -- make wall street banks and the ultrarich pay their fair share of taxes, provide living wages for working people, ensure equal pay for women. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message because together, we can make a political revolution and create an economy and democracy that works for all and not just the powerful few. time for more good day new york . >> the sun is out! it's a peaceful day. >> it will be a great summer. hopefully you are excited next month is memorial day. >> i am very excited. i am already planning it.
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summertime. >> i do. i love spring.>> february is sedentary. >> we will see. you won't even know it.>> you are getting yourself all primed up. it will be a big day here. >> politics normally it's something i can't stand but right now interesting. >> to raise this time around has been so interesting. all of the candidates you could learn something from them. today we're getting to know governor casey . all five of these guys and girls are in new york city it's a major event. used to be the iowa state fair. donald trump gave helicopter rides there. new york has encountered a primary for a long time. >> it does this time! big time! we will start with what's happening on the republican side. donald trump, ted cruz and
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ballroom tonight at the hyatt hotel for the republican fundraiser. you can expect lots of people outside protesting. >> donald trump has again, the home field advantage. he is from new york but he talks about in his book it's the kind of deal that puts them on the map in new york city. it used to be the old commodore hotel. >> it was really run down and it was an eyesore. there was nothing going on there. >> the hyatt hotel can happen 42nd st. all republicans will be there and the democrats bernie sanders has to be worried about burning. >> he has had some very big rallies. he is one the last few primaries. >> i really did not give him much of a chance. >> now, what's happening here we will tell you about the democrats. have a big debate in brooklyn.
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it's always either redraw or the person you're working for. >> i really feel like it's gotten a little contentious between the two of them. bernie is really hammering hillary on some of her fundraising. she has been going right back to bernie sanders. it should be interesting. tonight , maybe the gloves will come off. >> i will be shocked . she was a senator here and she got in your ties going way back to the country being familiar with her. i hear from a lot of people i am not endorsing anyone but i think she is okay . i like her . >> they will have a debate tonight and it's up to you to decide who you are going to cast your vote for on tuesday. >> one other thing can we
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five candidates? there is growing speculation not even that there will be a broker commenced on the republican side and that will be complicated and unusual. maybe it would be someone else getting a nomination other than who's running. >> the speaker of the house says he thinks a person who should get the nomination is the person with the most delegates . >> that his opinion and it won't be paul ryan as undrafted kennedy but could it be someone else? like a general? general james maddox. he used to be a big shot in the marine corps. someone like him? a total outsider maybe military man or maybe condoleezza rice? >> i really doubt it!
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the race. it's a growing scandal with the probe into two guys who did a lot of fundraising for him. it's the 2013 campaign. how much influence they had in his administration. >> several police officers and detectives have been reassigned as part of this investigation. >> his story about the two gentlemen is changing. he said he had not seen the yesterday he said he had conversations with them over 2014 but haven't had many since the beginning of 2015. >> really haven't had many conversations with him since the beginning of 2015. >> that is a lot of wiggle room. >> he is cooperating. he has hired an attorney . >> he hasn't hired an attorney yet. >> the mayor was talking to an attorney. >> the 2013 lawyer on the
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us attorney and said we are happy to help . we have seen the stories in the newspaper what's going on? he said, thank you for the call. >> he doesn't know much more than that. that's as far as he knows about the investigation. >> will keep an eye on that . we'll talk to mike woods about the weather and get us ready to head out the door. >> the day looks great . so far, it feels like you are coming up shy in terms of temperatures. let's check out what we have for the day on average.500 is the forecast high today . the low drops down to 480. the normal high is 61 so we are a little bit below normal. the record highs 85 . so far, it's a very cool month at 30 cooler than what we typically see.
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belmar. it seemingly clear sky with 46 at montauk and the wind is not doing much but they are coming in from the northeast at eight 13. there is a light cool breeze coming in off the ocean. the radar and satellite looks quiet with high clouds coming through the tri-state. there is a weak disturbance breaking up the tri-state. in the tri-state, we don't have much going on. take a look up to the north and east, there will be an area of low pressure developing and it will back its way towards the eastern seaboard bring us in some cloud cover as we head into saturday.it will turn up the search and send it into
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beaches might get choppy with the waves. we do not expect the area to get close enough for significant showers just some high clouds coming in an increase in the surf. it's good for surfing but it's fairly quiet with the weather picture altogether. sunny skies coming today up to 540 by noon. high temperatures go up to 58 and similar than what we had yesterday. 64 on saturday in a couple days we had 70 on 73 on monday.this is emilio. it's her first birthday and she is cute as can be. happy birthday to you . >> over to you. >> we are having over 10 years with gray's anatomy. she has thrilled millions
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guy. i think they are the number one drama for the other network. if you have been following gray's anatomy, you know that doctor ben is married to his boss. he is sleeping his way to the top . >> then doesn't always follow the rules. he is sleeping with the boss. >> he does some crazy things and even his wife might have to get rid of him! >> we will leave this character out of it . jason, welcome to good a new york. >> welcome . thank you for having me. >> into our special is going down. >> fill us in. what will happen?
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that there is a code pink at the hospital. it's a kid going missing so they lock it down to make sure the kid can disappear. all the doors are locked so wherever you are, you are trapped. >> is a real thing so they can find the kids of someone tries to take a child they could not run off. the result is that he is transporting an incredible pregnant woman. he gets trap someplace and he can't get to the other doctors. he doesn't have the utensils he needs when she has severe complications in her pregnancy. >> been has been very practical . >> didn't use a clipboard for her surgery? >> he used a clipboard. his wife wanted to strangle him. >> duct tape , clipboard get it done. >> you are glad this is fiction . >> you are lucky. >> do we have a clip? it's un action as doctor ben warren on saturday.
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>> crap she needs an emergency c-section. >> you have to understand i would have lost them. >> now, we might anyway. >> what can i do? just in their. >> have to speak with you privately. >> when the baby is stable i will find you. >> doctor warren, i am not asking! come with me, right now! >> she has no respect for you why is that? >> i am trying to save a baby! why didn't they want your help? >> i broke every possible rule that there is. i perform surgery in the middle of the hallway with anything i could find. >> you get in trouble.
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live tweeting. that jason w george. you will be somewhere else. i will try to find multiple devices so i can watch at the hillary bernie debate . >> i am a hillary supporter and i've been out there. i am leaving from here to go to new york all day today and tomorrow i will run down to philadelphia to do something for hillary. >> to volunteer, i take it? >> let me ask you this is totally nervous? >> hillary has been doing this for a minute i don't know if nervous is something she does.>> he is closing in on her here in new york. >> he is getting more delegates but i think at the end of the day she has a tremendous lead and she is running to the white house.
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>> i have mad respect but >> i have mad respect but hillary has the experience to get stuff done and his stance on healthcare wants to go back to single but i would love to have it but the problem is ted kennedy try to 50 years ago and hillary tried it back in the day and obama started when i realized that this is the only way we will get something close to universal healthcare. i don't know what he thinks he can do to fix things that have never been done before. >> did you grow up? >> virginia beach virginia. >> i am a navy brat . >> dad was in the navy . the only reason i didn't go because if you bring papers to a 12-year-old, they run so i ran !at what point did you think you wanted to act? >> i didn't start acting until i was in college at the university of virginia. i was going to be a lawyer
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with the supreme court . we'll get you into lawsuit and you can become a clerk and i took an acting class and it all went to hell. >> look at you on one of the most popular dramas there is quite it worked out okay . >> good luck tonight. i was worried about that. >> it's always a possibility and shanda land. >> shanda is the boss of the show and she created it . >> she runs thursday night on the network. >> she is a genius! >> channel 7 . >> anyway, we really respect her. you are doing a great job and i hope you survived. >> good to meet you. >> jason george thanks a lot collection we tell him who's coming up? >> donald trump and the case in a few minutes. >> this would be the greatest comedic hour.
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. >> they come dressed. they can even move in some of these dresses. >> the costume ball/gala is the biggest night in fashion. >> i don't fully understand it . are you very important or very famous or very beautiful? and the is very selective with the list. >> the head of vogue. >> is like a year just to get this down. it's called the metropolitan museum of art. it's at the museum.if it's a mystery to you we are in luck. it's the first monday in may. it had its debut at the tribeca film festival tonight. let's meet andrew rossi. it's always been a mystery. you are always here to spell it out works it's called the first one in may. at every year.
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>> i think we got a really good amount of access to the fresh fortune of anna. it's someone like an institution in the culture. what we wanted to do was look at her in this personal role that she has as a trustee of the museum. it's supporting interval to as a curator of the costume institute. >> that's where i get confused. costumes mean dressing up as something else. >> sometimes they wear edgy clothes. >> the costume is this catchall for lots of different dresses and gowns and other forms of art that are usually one on the body. >> some of these are
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>> andrew, let me ask you. when you asked if i could come to your place and see the process of how to put it together did you promise or it would be positive? >> no . we talked about the possibility of doing it . she saw what i did about the new york times and i think she liked it. what makes a portion of institutes and interesting is that it's critical as looking for the institution. >> we will take a look at the movie. all we have seen our people going in. what happens when they are inside? is it dignified? >> what's it like in there? >> it's really fun . it's sort of like a reunion. you have probably looked at different projects. we saw madonna and kanye west talking about the recording in the studio.
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to scott scratch. let's see the first monday in may. >> it's supposed to represent the needs of society. >> it's a little bit boring. they say they are the artist. it's about what should be in the gallery. >> chanel never said she was an artist. she was a dressmaker.
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>> if you want to see the film if you're into fashion , who is allowed to come ? >> first monday in may hits theaters tomorrow. >> it's coming soon. at around the same time. >> andrew nice to meet you. >> john kasich is the governor of ohio. he has been running for president and the daily news thinks he is viable. it's front page. he earned the endorsement is one other thing about him is that there is a lot to talk about he hosted a talk show right here at the fox news channel. we will have an image of it. he was terrific on that show. welcome to good day new york.
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good to be with you! >> governor, i know there are polls out there that show that if you are facing hillary clinton, you could beat her but mathematically, your chances of winning the republican primary are pretty slim . are you staying in the race? yesterday there was talk that your wife sent out an email saying that she wanted to deny trump the nomination. >> no one will have enough. you know that? do understand how it works? >> she has a right to do that.
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stirred up. she sent an email saying that she doesn't want him as the nominee. >> i don't think it's good first of all. if either trump or cruzan will get killed in the pool.i think that the process of picking the nominee to represent the republican party is normally being picked so we could win at the white house. >> maybe it's not the year we care about it but i'm here to remind people that it's really important. if i'm the only person who can beat hillary why would i not continue to run so i could win the white house. >> governor, it's a fair point to bring up and so far i believe the only one one contest. >> ohio. we had something like two dozen of these contest so far. you say you could win them.
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>> you see the numbers. they did elect oral college yesterday and they did the electoral college. they'll lose and i went. first of all, i have appeal to people who are crossovers . that's why! sometimes maybe they don't perceive me as conservative as a like. beyond that, no one had a clue who i was. >> think of it this way go to the store and there is coke , pepsi and now all of a sudden there is coke pepsi and john kasich is the brand people find out about but they still need to know more. it's going the right way i have to win more delegates! >> the cruise campaign is spending a half $1 million against me in your . why?
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he doesn't spend money and someone who doesn't get votes so we are not worried about it. >> maybe he is trying to spoil it for donald trump ? >> how was he spoiling it for donald trump by having ads ran against me.you want to spoil it for trump you would add run ads against him. >> i'm following your argument that you would suggest to be a strong nominee but somehow you are in third place and only one state there. a lot of people will do good in the november but they did not do in the primary. you are running but you are in last place. >> listened you serve there is a lot of people but who are they? they are not around .
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you go to the convention and the delegates figure out who can win and who can be president. i don't understand where you are driving at . >> let me tell you there is 10 republican congested in the convention and seven times the person take went to the convention trailing. only three times did the person who was ahead get picked . when you go to a convention , you will have people there that will say who could win in the fall . >> if trump and cruz can't when, why would you think they would be picked ? >> they have won some of the primaries. >> so what ! they can't beat hillary! what is that mean? >> it's a pole and you think the polls come and go. let's ask you about a particular issue that support two women. i know you are pro-life but
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united states, how far would you go in overturning roe versus wade? >> i would like to overturn it and have exceptions for rape , incest . >> we have gotten the weeds about delegates. make your case. the primary is on tuesday. >> i am enjoying it . >> that's fine . >> thing most people are worried about is because they're worried about number one, their jobs, number two, minimum wages and number three , the kids future. i was in washington where we balance the budget and when the debt goes up, the the debt goes down, the possibility goes up . balance the budget and we
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we reformed welfare and i was on the committee for 18 years. i have formed affairs experience and in ohio we took a state that was down 350,000 jobs and over 400,000 was 8 million the whole. the mentally ill and the drug addicted. i want to take the philosophy and cut the taxes so we don't these are the things i've done. they think the politicians lips are moving that they must be lying but if you can look at what someone has already done something they have already achieved , it's likely they can do it again. the other guys basically operate in the dark but i operate in the light. these are things we can do
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to people together and they know how to fix it. >> you have eaten your way across the boroughs . there was a little bit of controversy. as a italian-american, i did not even know about this but apparently went to the bronx and you had italian bread at mike's deli and you put it upside down . >> i have just made one mistake after another! i put a piece of scalding hot piece of pizza they put a foregone . cardinal sin! i went to the bronx and i put the bread upside down . i cannot believe it .i have atone for those sins! quality and quantity of the food that i've eaten and i can't believe how great it is. i have to tell you one of the things about new york i love new york! it's so much fun !
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>> you handled it well . that guy is in your right on top of you telling you how to eat bread. i thought it was ludicrous. i am sure he's a nice guy space. we have never heard that about the bread , ever. >> you live and learn ! you come to ohio, i will teach you a couple things. >> senator we appreciate you being on good day new york. >> i just want you to know one other thing before we cut that is this. we have two paths we can take. we can feed anxiety and turn people against one another or we can take a path where we can support people. there is importance that there is a voice in the race that is a good example to young people about how to fix things in a positive way and bring people together. i believe that the voice needs to be heard. if people did not think it could be heard
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be in this race because i couldn't raise the money to stay in it but we keep chugging along. it's an uphill climb! i deny that. we are the lintel little engine that can . i am one of three still standing and just buckle your seat belt! governor, do you remember me? fox news channel i was just on the hall. >> of course not! you left a lasting impression. >> i never had an office. i was trying to figure it out . it was a rotating desk at the newsroom whenever i was there. >> i did o'reilly for nine years.
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millions in campaign contributions and speaking fees. our economy works for wall street because it's riggedt by wall street. and that's the problem. as long as washington is bought and paid for, we can't build an economy that works for people. sanders: i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. time for the good day book club. it's the story of spies, bravery and the war. twist and turns. it's based on true events that happened >> it's called the last at night. it's a world war ii story of espionage and betrayal. howard bloom , welcome back. >> what intrigues you to
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woman ? >> always wanted to write a book about a woman so i began looking for the story. the books i do are true and they haven't been sure and suspends .i started to reading about betty and she was a woman in "time magazine" and she is the bedroom the way he used his beretta. >> i looked at the pictures and i said i guess she could be a bond girl but this complex woman i was able to get her diary and letters. we were able to find out what made her take and how she was able to be such a perfect spy.to tie that into the events for world war ii they were tremendously consequential. it helped the allies win the war. >> it probably makes a better spike like she is able to lie and not feel any moral ambiguities. she is able to be sincere
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to in the next moment do something different. >> she was on our side. >> the book just came out and i'm reading on page 6 that there are people interested in making this a movie. >> libya tristar has bought the movie rights. >> they are talking to jennifer lawrence. >> this is very good for me . >> is very good to put my kids through college. [laughter] did this by have a family or the family still around? >> the relatives are still around but family is basically dead at this point. >> the relatives are they okay with you going through her stuff? they gave this stuff for cambridge university. it's a treasure trove of what made her take . >> are you pro ?>> she was the woman that she wanted to be . she was the spy that america needed.
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shores and she stole the colors that made it happen. >> when did she die? 1963.the book begins where she is married to a french cow living in a castle and she decides to leave her husband and go off with someone she served . she goes off to ireland and she flashes back as she's looking at her life with different operations that she did . >> sheila the french count but she came back to him. >> she liked many men.she had adventures, not so much romances. the last person to who you say good night is the most dangerous. >> last person to say good night to is the most dangerous person. >> pillow talk and get you into trouble. >> as a single man take
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>> back to the pillow! it's out now. the last good night. it's a world war ii story of espionage, adventure and betrayal. >> howard bloom see what the movie premiere. >> congratulations! coming up the guy when you want itchy, watery eyes and sneezes
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trent harmon! he lost it! check this out. it's a never-ending hug . they had to be pried away . trent and the porsche. >> becoming the newest and last american idol! american idol is over starting for trent.>> thank you and it's nice to have you here. >> what was going through your mind? >> in the moment i told porsche i don't care what name they call out yours or mine, we are going to hug until they quit hugging and she said yes, let's do it . >> it's like they had to pry you two away. >> i got weird. >> it's because we were
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trent, what are you doing. we talked about this last week will be doing a year ago right now?>> i had just moved out of my house with my mom and dad and i said , i'm going to do music and they said cool, we'll see what a few months when you ran out of money and a year ago i won the title. >> what are some of the highlights? i got to sing at the manny pack yell fight . in vegas! >> anyone i did not forget the words. >> did you play some blackjack? if they did not. i watch the fight and we were out . i am glad i took pictures. >> what do you want to accomplish as a musician? what is your goal? >> i want to be able to hand people a piece of music or a body of work that i have completed that his original and now i get to do it
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>> simple goal that's it. >> we are happy that you are here and you one. what were you saying? falling my new single. it's in most of my bios and my socials. >> trent , the newest american idol take away.
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>> wow! that is such a sexy song! i like it! you are in the big city. it's a far cry from mississippi. >> i am from 30 minutes of of elvis country. >> a suburb. now we are talking really small. >> we should take him out for a good time! please! i don't know that that's
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what is it about the hamburger that fascinates you? >> it's not just the hamburger it's a great american story. it's incredible! >> let me ask you something do you like a burger has different meat? >> you like it strictly beef. >> just beef! no brisket
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>> brisket is beef the different blends ? >> what about fast food burgers? can any of them make it into the inside? if it's fresh ground beef? >> i will do it. >> anyone . >> steak and shake . >> smash burger it's a fast casual restaurant with great fresh burgers. >> your weight is decent. >> you look good, george! >> i don't eat garbage! >> what are we making today? >> is the onion fried burger.>> the book is all about method. >> are you ready? >> never user hand.>> it's as simple as that.
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>> the return of the centuries in the 30s. it's the original american hamburger. >> some of the snobby things don't like to make anything well done. juicy. screen. there it is. burger. kids? i see mac and ruby here. mommy juicy. >> this is dedicated to her.
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>> here is the connection. they grew up in the same block of garden city. your mom is a great cook. >> she taught me everything i know. she taught me all about having confidence. >> will take a quick break. caring for someone with alzheimer's means i am a lot of things. i am her best friend. i am her ally.
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