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good morning, america. breaking overnight, chaos at a trump rally. the angry clashes, physical violence. supporters and protesters facing off in chicago. officers hurt. the entire event canceled. >> tonight's rally will be postponed until another day. >> his opponents now taking their own shots. >> this is a sad day. >> donald trump himself weighing in this morning. what will this mean just days before more crucial primaries? underwater. the thousand-year flood. nearly two feet of rain in the south. houses underwater and floating away. >> my little boy wants to go home, and we don't have a home right now.
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>> we're live in the storm zone this morning. sacked. the cleveland browns cutting johnny manziel. >> terrific job by johnny manziel. >> the latest blow for this troubled quarterback after the headlines about hard partying and an alleged confrontation involving his ex-girlfriend. so what is the next for the guy they call johnny football? fantastic finish. the amazing buzzer beater forcing a fourth overtime at the uconn/cincinnati game. >> i'm just so happy i shot one in. >> his team one giant step closer this morning to the big dance. hey, good morning, and let's get straight to the breaking news overnight. the chaos at that trump rally. >> it happened in chicago. there were brawls both in and outside the hall between trump supporters and hundreds of
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protesters who had poured into that event. >> those protesters were out in force. you can see one here burning a trump flag. others were busy hurling themselves onto the ground creating human chains and shouting anti-trump slogans. >> the trump campaign called off the event. trump saying he didn't want to see people hurt. his rivals are weighing in this morning. we do have team coverage on everything from the political implications to the ongoing security concerns and we do start with alex perez who is right there on the ground in chicago. good morning, alex. >> reporter: good morning, paula. good morning, dan. the rally here never actually started. the clash between trump supporters and trump protesters got very ugly very fast. >> all: we want trump. we want trump. >> reporter: overnight mayhem at this arena in chicago. thousands gathered to see presidential candidate donald trump. >> i don't care! >> tonight's rally will be postponed until another day. >> reporter: his supporters and protesters facing off in a series of heated and violent exchanges. >> donald trump is not welcome
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in chicago and we're going to make that clear today. >> reporter: a protester later storming the empty podium shouting at people below before security forced him offstage. that same man later going head-to-head with a trump supporter. both men wrestling. throwing punches as onlookers tried to break up the fight. hr tried to break up the fight. >> i don't want anybody -- a brawl here. i don't want her beat up or him beat up. >> reporter: the melee spreading outside. this police officer struck by a flying bottle, one of two officers injured during the commotion. >> there's been a total of five arrests that were made this evening at the pavilion. >> reporter: on cnn donald trump citing safety concerns and denying his past remarks played a role. >> i don't take responsibility. nobody has been hurt at our rallies. i'm not a person that wants to see people hurt, and that's why i put out the statement before and said go home in peace. >> reporter: during the republican debate thursday, trump grilled about encouraging unruly behavior among his supporters.
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>> i'd like to punch him in the face, i'll tell you. we're not allowed to punch back anymore. i love the old days, so if you see somebody getting ready to throw a tomato, knock the crap out of them, would you, seriously. >> reporter: and at this point, no word yet if or when trump plans to reschedule his rally here in chicago. dan, paula. >> all right, alex. and for more on this we want to bring in abc's chief white house correspondent jon karl and, jon, some startling images we just saw. you've been covering politics for a very long time. have you seen anything like this? >> reporter: paula, this reminds me of something i did not cover but i grew up watching and that's 1968 in chicago. the riots that took place around the democratic convention that actually spilled out for a time onto the convention floor but this is absolutely astounding but i have to say, it's also not entirely surprising. i've been to so many donald trump rallies where i have heard from the podium, you know, leading presidential candidates say things like you just heard
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announced in alex perez's piece like how he'd like to slug a protester in the face and in the good old days they were taken out in stretchers. i heard those taunts aimed at, frankly, me and others in the media pen where they often require reporters to stay at donald trump rallies taunting members of the press saying these are awful people and then you hear, you know, people yelling at reporters as well. you know, that said, i've got to say at these trump rallies, thousands of people going, i don't think the vast majority of them want nothing of this. don't want any violence and there are protesters every day at donald trump rallies and most of the time, you know, they do their thing and escorted out and there's no incident but this has been building for a long time. >> so, jon, are you saying that trump actually bears some responsibility here and i guess on top of that question i'd ask, do you think he's going to face political damage here, nothing thus far seems to have damaged him politically but could this be the thing? >> reporter: yeah, well, under
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your first question in terms of responsibility, i tell you, often you feel like there is incitement that is coming from the candidate himself. and usually the protesters in the crowd see it as part of -- or the supporters in the crowd see it as kind of part of the game, part of the show, and there's no incident, but, you know, when you hear stuff like that being said by somebody who is being cheered by thousands of people, it can be frightening. in terms of damage, you know, we have a big day on tuesday. florida, ohio, illinois, big primaries, two of those winner take all. most of the voting has been going on for a long time. they started voting on march 5th in florida and they started voting in february in ohio. i don't know that this will do any damage. this may in some ways help him. you know, there's resentment when people try to prevent a political rally from taking place. i think there will be a backlash against some of these protesters. but overall, donald trump needs to unify the republican party,
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and then if he's going to be a general election candidate, he needs to assert and unify the country. this is not the direction he needs to see this going and is bad in the long term for donald trump. >> we always appreciate your analysis. thank you very much. we want to switch to the security angle here so let's bring in former new york city police commissioner and abc news consultant ray kelly. good morning, sir. >> good to be with you. >> great to have you here. in your view did law enforcement officials handle the overnight chaos correctly? >> yeah, i think the chicago police department did their job and did it well. this has been fermenting for awhile. we knew there would be demonstrations. they were there in force, well equipped. if you look at the policing of the demonstration outside, relatively calm. some skirmishes called into the arena after there was tumultuous activity and they came in in force and quieted it down. what i would say is we needed more private security on the floor there. now, whether or not that's the university of illinois police or promoters, i'm not sure, but
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clearly we needed more sort of a uniformed presence on the floor. i think if you look at the total number of injuries and arrest, it's an indication from a police perspective, the event went fairly well even though it doesn't look like it on the television screen. >> no. >> you had five arrests, and you had three injuries, two of them police officers, so these are small numbers for a large event like that. >> so, these protesters, they have a right to peacefully protest, okay, these rallies are going to go on. the protests are going to go on. so, how do we handle this from here on out? >> well, more people on the floor, obviously more security people. now, the promoters have a right to control the doors, who comes in, who doesn't come in. have to probably pay more attention to the tickets, who gets tickets, whether there are holograms or whatever on the tickets, but one of the issues i think they've just been blasting out tickets and sort of you all come type approach. that's caused problems. >> more questions who comes through that door.
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all right, commissioner kelly, thanks so much for coming in this morning. for your perspective. >> thank you, sir. high stakes primaries looming on tuesday as jon mentioned. trump's rivals in knowing these contests are coming, they are rapidly responding to the overnight chaos, and for more on that angle, let's turn to abc's david wright. david, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, dan. whether you're a trump lover or a trump hater, so many people are troubled by all this and some of the haters, of course, are hoping to take advantage. trump's opponents blame him for inciting this as we've been hearing, but he insists he's the victim. >> this is a sad day. >> reporter: it should come as no surprise that the men running against trump blame him. >> when you have a campaign that disrespects the voters, when you have a campaign that affirmatively encourages violence, you create an environment that only encourages this sort of nasty discord. >> reporter: there's only one
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presidential candidate who has violence at their events. >> reporter: john kasich said of chicago, "the seeds of division that donald trump has been sowing this whole campaign finally bore fruit, and it was ugly." it's one of the few issues where there's bipartisan agreement. bernie sanders spoke in illinois just a few miles away. >> stop letting donald trump or anybody else divide us up. >> reporter: at an austin fund-raiser last night before the trump rally incident, president obama took some pot shots too. >> i can insult people even better than that. i can be even more uncivil. >> reporter: obama said he doesn't just blame trump, he blames the republican party. but trump himself says he's the victim noting the protesters are violating his freedom of speech by shouting him down. >> all of the trump supporters have been really treated unfairly because first amendment says we have a right to speak. >> reporter: there's no question trump has a right to say what he is saying and thousands of voters are eager to hear him. his critics also have a right to
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express their views, and with emotions running so high, it's kind of no surprise it's gotten so ugly. >> controversy after controversy involving this complain. none of it seems to have slowed him down. see where this goes. david, thank you. >> all right, we move to the nation's extreme weather. the gulf dealing with the kind of flooding that happens just once every thousand years. three states have declared states of emergency in several areas. dramatic rescues like the one you're looking at playing out as families are evacuated and abc's phillip mena is right there in new orleans for us this morning. hi, phillip. >> reporter: hi, paula, good morning. it was eerily quiet in the flooded streets of louisiana overnight. the widespread flooding has prompted curfews and evacuations here and in many parts of the south. >> y'all need help? >> reporter: this morning, historic flooding causing chaos down south. >> emotionally, a mess. it'll be okay. >> reporter: tennessee, mississippi and louisiana all hit hard with nearly two feet of
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extreme rainfall in some areas. look at these homes nearly under water and this piece of a building being ripped apart and sent crashing into a bridge. dozens of cars nearly submerged. 3,500 people forced to leave their homes. this mother from louisiana is one of hundreds of families in her area who are forced to evacuate their homes. >> my little boy wants to go home, and we don't have a home right now. >> reporter: emergency response teams working tirelessly around the clock to rescue stranded people like in shelby county, tennessee, where a water vehicle helps bring people to safety. residents here are hoping the floodwaters will recede quickly so they can get back into their home, but with more rain on the way today, it's unlikely when that will happen. paula. >> our hearts go out to those struggling with that this morning. phillip, thank you. indra will have the forecast
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later in the show. we turn now to the farewell for a former first lady nancy reagan. she was remembered for that unbreakable bond with her husband, that epic love story. this was an event packed with high-profile friends and mourners including other first ladies and our own diane sawyer and abc's matt gutman has the story. ♪ it was part funeral for nancy reagan and part celebration of nancy and ronald reagan's love story. >> if my mother had one great talent, i think it was that she knew how to love, and she loved one man more than the world. >> reporter: former secretary of state jim baker said it was love at first sight. >> when i opened the door, she wrote later, i knew he was the man i wanted to marry. >> reporter: president reagan reciprocated with those famous love letters. >> her laugh is like tinkling bells. >> reporter: attendees studded with journalists and stars from arnold schwarzenegger to a camouflaged mr. t. in that front row, the families of eight current and former white house residents.
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first lady michelle obama, she sat right next to president george w. bush and former first lady laura bush. hillary clinton and laura bush sharing a knowing look over anecdotes of nancy reagan's fierce defense of her ronnie. >> occasionally i've thought that even god might not have the guts to argue with nancy reagan. >> reporter: and our own diane sawyer remembered that after president reagan's death, she was sustained also by her curiosity. >> she was way too interested in people and who you really were and what you really knew, all of us woven together in this life, and all this week i've been thinking about watching her head down the hall, and right there i can't remember exactly what it was, was it a pillow or a framed needlepoint, but i know the words were clearly from president reagan, and it said something like this, "if you must leave, could you just take me with you?"
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♪ >> reporter: after the ceremony, her casket was brought out in the rain to join her beloved, her ronnie. for "good morning america," matt gutman, abc news, simi valley, california. >> that's a love we don't often see. >> indeed, and a nice ceremony. >> we want to turn things over to the other stories we're tracking for that. let's send it over to ron claiborne. uncle ron as we call you. >> good morning to you paula and dan. good morning to you, and good morning, everyone. we begin with this breaking news overnight. the manhunt for two escaped inmates into mexico, police capturing convicted murderer joseph cruz in america question after two days on the run. he and another inmate managed to slip out of their shackles and get away without anybody noticing for hours. >> how did you get out of your shackles? >> how did you get out of your shackles? >> i picked it. picked the lock. >> reporter: the second escapee, lionel clah, accused of shooting a police officer is still on the run. and police are looking for this man who used a hoverboard who escaped after reportedly
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shooting a driver and rolled over to the car on that hoverboard shot the man in the arm and rolled away on the hoverboard the entire tine. strange one. after spending a record-breaking year in space astronaut scott kelly says he planning on staying on planet earth. he's retiring. kelly just returned from orbit on march 1st. he spent a year in space studying the effects of space on the human body. his retirement effective april 1st. not an april fools' joke. and the battle between man and machine. a google computer came out the victor. early this morning alpha go won its third consecutive game of go, what's considered the world's most complex board against lee si do, the long reigning champ in the best of five. it was love at first sight for terry the chimp. after spending 18 years alone, at a las vegas zoo terry was transferred to a sanctuary in florida where he met jeannie. they started holding hands and
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they don't like let. they won't let go. even when one decides to change positions, the other would lie day, they'd just switch hands and make it work. nothing more romantic than obsession. right? >> kind of like us, don't ever let go. like seriously don't let go. >> we'll let go later in the commercial. >> it's beautiful but kind of sad. had they shouldn't have kept the alone for 18 years and shows how we need other people to be happy. >> or another chimp or -- >> we need love, right, and companionship. >> thank you, guys. i don't know where this is going. >> let's get it over to the forecast and indra petersons. hey, indra. >> i feel like we'll be changing subjects very quickly, yeah. look at this dome of high pressure.east coast testers wile 30 degrees above owe temperatures will be 30 degrees above normal. it's called a blocking high that's blocking the system in the middle of the county from being able to do push farther to the east. we're talking about flooding concerns that will not go away. we'll see the dome of high pressure pull out of here and
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the rain will shift to the north. as we go through the weekend we'll be talking about more threats of rain. two feet of rain has fallen in the south. another inch or two expected over the weekend. the ground is saturated there's no room for any more. especially with the threat of sphere weather making its way into sunday. that's a look at the national weather here's a look at local weather. >> reporter: good morning, everybody, i'm meteorologist chris sowers with this accuweather update. we'll see high, thin clouds overspread the skyline and showers developing tomorrow afternoon. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast another spring-like day this afternoon, 62 degrees. tomorrow is comfortable, another 62. 55 chilly on monday, we warm it up big time again next week. campers. it's been amazing out there. just a little piece of news it
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may get cold after a while. tell you about that coming up. >> wait. >> i still want to feel that love you were talking about earlier. >> no, we're not loving that. >> keep the sign. hold it up. later. >> coming up. >> she says it with a smile. >> i want ten more minutes for you guys to still like me. >> we love you always. >> no matter what. now to the buzzer beater overnight. >> and rachel is here with an exciting game. >> uconn and cincinnati were looking to burst the 2016 ncaa tournament bubble going back and forth for nearly 2 1/2 hours and they did not disappoint. take a look. it was a night to remember on the hardwood. for freshman guard jalen adams as the uconn huskies took down the cincinnati bearkats in not one, not two, not three, but a fourth overtime thriller in the american athletic conference tournament. watch again as adam quickly launches the ball with less than a second left, taking a couple dribbles before sinking this
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hail mary shot from 60 feet away. >> i'm just so happy that i shot one in. >> reporter: cincinnati dominating most of the game and getting blocked on this last-second tiebreaking layup. missing another chance to seal the win in the first overtime. in the second overtime, the huskies coming back to tie the score one more time. and then that half-court heave after breaking the internet finally breaking the tie in the fourth, yes, fourth overtime. >> see, we never give up. we keep fighting. we got a lot of weapons. everybody can score the ball so that just gives me faith in this year. >> unbelievable. uconn holding on for the really big win. today the huskies face off against temple and in the semifinals with hopes of getting one close step closer to the big dance. an a really big game for adams there. >> ron believes that adams was traveling. >> he didn't dribble the ball. it looks like he was running for daylight in a football game. >> enjoy the moment. >> i know, just enjoy the moment.
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>> just enjoy four overtimes. >> it was a great shot obviously. >> whet all of our appetites for march madness. fill out your brackets next week. >> i got your back. i got your back. he's always a journalist. that's what i love about him. here's what's coming up on "gma," a different kind of sports story, the new twist in the saga of quarterback johnny manziel. the big decision made by the cleveland browns. what lies ahead for the man they call johnny football. and an airline passenger pays big bucks for extra legroom that he didn't get. why he had to turn to our abc news fixer. and from boy band to the big screen. harry styles going off into a new direction. >> is he getting his hair cut? >> ooh. "good morning america" is brought to you by walt disney world resort. come join us as "star wars" awakens. gative! stay on target. what are you guys doing? artoo, thrusters! they're closing in! i'll guard the base. for every family that lives star wars, this is the place where star wars lives.
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penns landing, a bit chillier start, but not a bad day ahead. a pleasant good morning to you, 8:27 saturday morning. i'm gray hall. let's let's get you over to meteorologist chris sowers with a look at accuweather. >> reporter: hi, gray, chilly right now, but temperatures
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rebound 62 degrees. increasing clouds. clouds around tomorrow, showers possible late in the day. 62. monday is the rain day. periods of rain, some of it steady some of it early and we are in the 70s next week. back to breaking news out of burlington county, new jersey. a flat bed truck crashed into a kitchen of a home. a woman was inside the kitchen at the time. now back to "good morning america." make it a great day. in a survey conducted for the centers for medicare and medicaid services. fewer than 6% received 5 stars. among them was cancer treatment centers of america in philadelphia. learn more at cancercenter.com slash eastern. cancer treatment centers of america. care that never quits.
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welcome back to "gma" on a saturday morning. we are watching the fallout from last night's chaos at the donald trump rally in chicago. violent clashes between protesters and supporters. the event had to be canceled. >> and gawker is gearing up to see their case in the $100 million privacy suit brought against them by hulk hogan after an explosive week of testimony. the defense starts calling its witnesses on monday. and, everyone, it's time to spring forward and move your clocks up an hour to daylight saving time starting at 2:00 tomorrow. we lose an hour and start gaining extra daylight. so if one of us doesn't show up tomorrow, it's because we missed our alarm clock. >> this is also known as the worst morning of the year for those would work in morning television. >> ding. >> true. >> yes. >> we will be extra caffeinated
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tomorrow morning. coming up on the show this morning, flying as we all know can be stressful enough. but what happens when you pay extra to be more comfortable and you're disappointed and then you want get your money back? see what happens when one of your viewers calls the abc news fixers, but we're going to start here with johnny football now looking for another team this morning. >> the cleveland browns cutting ties with johnny manziel and his bad boy behavior. the troubled quarterback making more headlines for what happened off of the field than actually on it, which is never a good sign and ron is here with more. >> paula, it was not exactly a surprise. more of a matter of when and not if because of manziel's off the field troubles, all of those off the field troubles and his on the field shortcomings. now it is official, the browns bidding him farewell after just two seasons. >> terrific job by johnny manziel. >> reporter: johnny manziel officially cut loose. the cleveland browns releasing the quarterback on friday. >> winner of the 78th heisman trophy. >> reporter: the browns had picked the heisman trophy winner dubbed johnny football at texas
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a&m in the first round but their investment it fell flat after just two seasons playing in just 14 games for the browns throwing seven touchdowns and seven interceptions at a $7.7 million price tag. >> i think the entire national football league knew that drafting johnny manziel came with an inherent risk. the browns assumed that risk. they felt like when they had reached that portion of the first round, that he would be worth it. it turned out not to be the case. >> reporter: overshadowing his brief pro career his actions off the field, he spent ten weeks in a drug and alcohol treatment facility after his rookie season. in recent weeks tmz sports showing the young quarterback out partying, even spotting manziel leaving a hollywood nightclub early this past wednesday morning. and now the athlete under investigation for a misdemeanor domestic violence charge filed by his ex-girlfriend colleen crowley in january. >> personal foul. >> reporter: and cleveland's new coach hue jackson distancing himself from manziel at the nfl combine last month.
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>> we'll leave it at that. our organization is going to take a stand and we're going to move on from those kind of situations. >> reporter: manziel says he is grateful for playing for the cleveland browns saying in a statement he'd "like to thank the browns for the opportunity" adding "he will always remember the support from the organization, teammates and especially the fans." >> if he gets right personally, johnny manziel could find a home somewhere in the nfl. >> in fact, manziel could be picked up by another team as soon as later today but that seems highly unlikely that's going to happen. you have to figure the other 31 pro football teams looking at manziel and thinking he's just too high a risk right now at least. >> but -- >> maybe down the line. >> as the analysis goes if he gets right personally he could get back in this game. >> he could. unlikely this coming season but possibly the next season but he has to get right. >> i'm glad we're focusing on getting right personally. it's not just about football. let's get help for him. >> well said. well said. >> let's take a look at the forecast. >> a lot of complaints in
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we are going to be warming up, but then it's going to get cold. i'm taking guys to cally. things have changed dramatically. 350-mile an hour winds riverside took down power lines up and down the coastline. even though they need the rain, the last thing they want to hear is more rain is on the way. is a -- a series of storms are coming through, mudslides continue. good news, several feet of snow, that will help the drought conditions. now for you, paula. look at the spring-like warmth. you love this we have a lot of clapping going on. it will not last too long. it will dip for a day or so, but it will be beautiful out there, the long term pattern, there you go, see the cold spot in the middle of the country that means a week away, all this is
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changing. that's a look at the big picture, here's the local weather. >> reporter: good morning, everyone, i'm meteorologist chris sowers with this accuweather update. as we go round and round, nothing on radar. we have clouds increase as the day goes on. very mild for this time of the year. high of 62. it. >> why not? why not. >> thank you. >> i won't take it. >> nope. >> not good enough. >> everyone else is fine. >> tough, that paula faris. well, here's what's coming up on "gma," some midair turbulence if you'll excuse the pun over the issue of extra legroom and the passenger who shelled out more space to stretch out and found it wasn't there. a case for the abc news fixer. keep it here.
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welcome back, everybody. march means spring break and lots of folks have flying in their travel plans, but one "gma" viewer ran into some problems when he didn't get exactly what he paid for, so he called the abc news fixer. ♪
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>> in a world fraught by fear. >> when voiceover artist ray pensil has to fly he's willing to pay extra to be able to stretch his legs. >> i'm a little bit of a bigger guy. >> reporter: so ray who is also a retired cop figured an extra hundred bucks was worth it to get exit row seats for himself and his wife on a recent trip on spirit airlines. the outbound flight was fine, but just as they were flying home, the flight attendant told him his flight had been downgraded. >> we got to our assigned seats. they weren't in an emergency exit room. >> reporter: sure enough, ray's extra legroom was gone and asked for a refund but when he got home. >> i called their customer service line, and got put into a turnstile from hell. >> reporter: then it got worse. ray got an e-mail saying although he may disagree, the matter was closed, and he had received their final response. >> i felt my head was going to explode.
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that's how frustrated i was, and then my wife decided, why don't you call the fixer. >> reporter: our fixer stephanie zimmermann, took on ray's case. her team went straight to the airline and showed them ray had paid for something he never received. within one day, spirit airlines apologized and said ray should have been given a full refund for the $52, which they issued right away to the most interesting man in the world. >> i don't always have trouble when i fly, but if i do, i'll call the fixer. thank you, abc news. >> everybody loves the fixer and, remember, if you have a consumer problem for the abc news fixer, stephanie, you can find her at abcnews.com/fixer. legroom, so important. >> i want that guy to voice everything i do. >> i know, it's amazing. >> whoa. >> in a world -- coming up here on this world, "gma," how do you help here in just 30 seconds. we're talking about smoothies with dave zinczenko after this quick break. keep it here. coming back t on my long-term control medicine, i talked to my doctor and found a missing piece
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♪ looking to improve your health in as few as 30 seconds? sounds too good to be true but it's probably not. here with us this morning abc news nutrition and wellness editor dave zinczenko also the author of "the zero belly diet" and he's here to talk about smoothies. this is actually one of the few things i can cook, smoothies like that and toast although you would probably tell me too much gluten. are smoothies really the answer to all of our health woes? >> hey, dan, they can. i just saw a study that shooter economies can be more effective than exercise at losing weight and keep it off. i don't know about you but i'd rather eat my way lean than exercise my way lean. >> absolutely. >> but there are rules and you got to follow certain smoothie rules. >> okay, what are the rules?
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>> well, there are three that i have. number one, start with a nut-based milk instead of like whole dairy milk. if it's under 50 calories, it's 60 calories, it's less sugar, you're saving 100 calories you don't need. and you're avoiding lactose. >> so like almond milk, cashew milk. >> yep. number two, what you want to do is get a plant-based protein powder, so that's hemp, rice, pea, sunflower. this has a full amino acid profile which is the building blocks of protein. >> actually i make a lot of smoothies. i wasn't aware this is something i should be adding and i've been hearing a lot of celebrities doing it like gwyneth paltrow so this is a real thing. >> yeah, i became a huge proponent of it in putting together an e-book "zero belly smooth thinks" because you've got better flavor, more fiber, less sugar. it's a healthier fat profile so what you want to do is get the almond milk or cashew milk and
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get the protein-based plant based protein powder then load it up with fruits and vegetables. i like spinach because you don't taste it in there and a potassium packed banana. the two are great at muscle recovery. so if you do want to work out you'll hate it less. >> what about adding muscle where there is none like all of me? >> yeah. the smoothies, the smoothie diet is going to do it for you. >> all right. awesome. you see these pythons, huge. i think he's laughing at me. >> anacondas that just ate a pig. >> that's right. exactly. thank you. appreciate it. dave zinczenko, always great to have you. appreciate it. and coming up here on "gm,", the model hoping to make a name for her outside of the shadow of her famous mom. "pop news" after this quick break. this is tecfidera. tecfidera is not an injection. it's a pill for relapsing ms that has the power to cut relapses in half.
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♪ "good morning america" is brought to you by prudential. it's "pop news." rachel, what's popping? >> oh, lots popping this morning. so first up we begin with very
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big congratulations going out to ciara and russell wilson who are engaged. the nfl star broke the big news on instagram sharing this adorable message presumably just moments after he popped the question. take a listen. >> she said yes. >> oh. >> yeah. >> whoa. >> i mean -- >> did you miss that? >> i just lost sight in my eye. blinded. >> i need sunglasses. >> weird. >> seriously, i mean that's amazing but the star couple have been vacationing in a tropical paradise. pretty much the perfect setting to celebrate their big news. i do believe. wow, that's a good catch. >> why do they need to be in these paradise with the sun? she's got that ring. >> 2,000-carat ring or something like that. >> 2,001 politically correct. >> another leading man. the star of "batman v superman" henry cavill, so he just revealed he has another superpower of sorts. keeping it real
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telling "man of the world" magazine, how appropriate, that he's not just in showbiz for the art but the money is fantastic and that's something i deem very important. cavill reports he was wary of making that statement but in a position to take care of his friends and family and it's making plenty of headlines right now, and why are you laughing, ron? >> himself. >> yeah. >> funding himself. >> a lot of people are praising him for his honesty. >> my grandfather used to say rich or poor, it's nice to have money. >> twice? >> at least he's thinking outside of himself in come context saying he likes to do nice things for his friends and family. >> they'll take him up on that. >> that's what he said. >> are you sticking up for him because he said looking or because you're really a big fan of superman. >> i'm just a good person. that's why i'm sticking up for him and he's hot. >> and he's got money. >> minor side note. madonna's 19-year-old
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daughter lourdes is making her modeling debut for stella mccartney. lourdes who goes by lolo and appears alongside animal activist kenya and promoting the new fragrance called pot. the campaign is said to be about embrace iing self-acceptance and being true to herself she's studying at the university of michigan and this modeling campaign, right. this modeling campaign marks the first time she's ever consciously stepped into the limelight on her own. >> interesting. >> right? she is stunning. stunning. >> beautiful. >> she looks a lot like her mom too. you have to kind of do a double take there. wow. finally the story of harry styles' life just keeps getting better. "variety" is reporting that 9 one direction star has been cast in an upcoming world war ii action drama alongside tom hardy and recent oscar winner mark rylance called "dunkirk." the british military evacuation of the french city in 1940 being directed by christopher nolan and set to begin filming in may.
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at many locations where the r l real-life events took place and many fans can see styles on the big screen when "dunkirk" opens in july of 2017. >> i think of classical historic movies, i think of one direction. >> they're on hiatus. >> jealous. he wants the hairdo. >> he'll have to cut his movie for a world war ii movie. >> don't back baby into a corner. don't typecast him. >> fair enough. >> there you go. >> he can do a lot of things. >> sticking up for styles and cavill this morning. >> you are talking about superman, dan. >> i have got no problem -- with either one of those fine gentlemen. >> i don't want the one direction fans to come after me. >> i love one direction. >> a big group. >> the story of your life. right? >> the story of my life. let's clip one more head and we'll be back here tomorrow morning. we hope to see you then. hope you have a great day.
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i'm gray hall, coming up next on "action news" saturday monk at 9:00 a.m. breaking news, a woman is thankful to be alive after a truck slammed into her home in south jersey. chaos in chicago, fights break out at a donald trump rally injuring a police officer. those stories, plus the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast and more all on "action news" saturday morning. roundhog
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congress voted to label genetically engineered salmon; why not other foods? gmo crops are doused with heavy doses of herbicides the world health organization says probably cause cancer. isn't that reason enough to label? 64 other countries label gmos. why don't american shoppers have the same information? instead, congress might permanently block our right to know. we deserve clear, on-package labeling. tell senators carper and coons to stop the dark act.
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you, saturday, march 12, i'm gray hall. here's a look at the stories we're following for you on "action news." breaking news, a truck slams into a south jersey home knocking it off its foundation, barely missing a woman inside.
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donald trump is reacting after another one of his rallies turn into violence. we'll explain. strike averted, new jersey transit and and its rail workers avoid a walkoff. we have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast with meteorologist chris sowers, can we dance today? >> reporter: we can dance today and tomorrow. but not only monday. we've been dancing all week, temperatures got up into the 80s. live on sky 6, beautiful shot of penns landing. the normal this time of the year is 51 degrees, we're close to that mark now it's only 9:00 a.m. it's going to be a mild day. 43 in allentown. 41 for the poconos. even the poconos setting record highs. 50 in cape may. atlantic city, 51 degrees that's the official number at the airport. satellite and radar, whatever sunshine you're seeing right now it's

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