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good morning, america. donald trump delivers a knockout blow in indiana. we're going to win. we're gonna win in november. >> the bombshell overnight as ted cruz drops out of the race. >> the voters chose another path. >> trump now poised to make history being called the likely nominee by his own party. and turning his attention to november and hillary clinton. >> she will not be a great president. she will not be a good president. she be a poor president. >> clinton and trump on a collision course for an epic battle in the race for the white house. >> we will make america great again. the republican front-runner joining us this morning. also this morning, a new alert about the zika virus. health officials now warn it's, quote, very likely it will spread from mosquitoes to humans here in the u.s. dr. besser live with the new tools to protect your family. and a breaking new headline into the investigation into
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prince's death. a new report this morning that the star was seeking treatment for addiction just before he was found dead. as authorities release new details from 911 calls revealing concerns about tprince. and good morning, america. we are coming off a decisive night in the race for president. there you see donald trump and his supporters celebrating last night after his huge win in indiana forcing ted cruz out of the race. >> take a look at this. "the new york post" trump's hometown paper, as you see the numbers from last night sharing this cover, can you believe it? and calling him the nominee. an earlier headline read "hoosier daddy." >> and on the democratic side bernie sanders takes indiana, close win over hillary clinton. he says the race is not over, but her delegate lead all but insurmountable now.
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>> abc's tom llamas is in indianapolis starting us off with the republicans and the latest on this big turning point in the race for president. good morning, tom. >> reporter: good morning. it was one of the most bizarre days in american politics and started with a fight over the assassination of jfk and it ended with the chair of the rnc crowning a former reality star and billionaire the new leader of the republican party. overnight, the likely last obstacle stange between donald trump and the republican nomination, crumbled. >> tonight, i'm sorry to say -- >> all: no. >> -- it appears that path has been foreclosed. >> reporter: senator ted cruz with tears in his eyes dropping out of the race for president after a double-digit loss in indiana. >> we gave it everything we've got. but the voters chose another path. >> reporter: following that, the rnc chairman declaring the
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inevitable tweeting "donald trump will be presumptive gop nominee. we all need to unite and focus on defeating hillary clinton." >> it's been some unbelievable day and evening and year. >> reporter: a toned down trump gracious in this victory but it was a wild day. before the votes were even counted, cruz describing trump as a morally corrupt madman. >> this man is a pathological liar. he doesn't know the difference between truth and lies. >> reporter: then cruz going after trump's past sex life. >> he is a serial philanderer and he boasts about it. >> reporter: the texas senator unleashing on his one-time friend after trump cited a national enquirer story linking cruz's father to lee harvey oswald. >> what was he doing with lee harvey oswald shortly before the death? before the shooting? it's horrible. >> donald trump alleges that my dad was involved in
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assassinating jfk. now, let's be clear. this is nuts. >> reporter: but by the end of the night, a change of heart. >> just so you understand ted cruz, i don't know if he likes me or he doesn't like me but he will one hell of a competitor. he is a tough, smart guy. >> reporter: and now trump, the battle-tested candidate ready for the next fight. >> we're not going to lose. we're going to start winning again and we're going to win big, believe me. >> reporter: trump not taking a break now that he's on top already on twitter sending out this tweet "i would rather run against crooked hillary clinton than bernie sanders and that will happen because the books are cooked against bernie." now, clinton better get used to having a twitter war because donald trump used it so effective to pick apart his republican opponents. george. >> thanks, tom. we are joined by donald trump. mr. trump, thank you for joining us this morning. congratulations on that victory. you are now the leader of the
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republican party. how would you sum up what trump's republican party stands for and what specific steps are you going to take to unify the party behind you. >> well, i think more than anything else we'll have great heart. we'll take care of people and we have to -- we have people that are in desperate need of help but we'll take care of our economy and jobs and not make horrible trade deals like we've been witnessing over the years over many years george. people haven't had wage increase, some people, in 18 years to 20 years effective wage increases and we'll get that all turned around. >> let's talk about unifying the party behind you. you had kind words yesterday for ted cruz but do you owe his father an apology saying he was with lee harvey oswald before jfk's assassination. >> what i was referring to was a picture reported and in a magazine and i think they didn't deny it. i don't think anybody denied it. i don't know what it was exactly but it was a major story and a major publication and it was picked up by many other --
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>> it was "the national enchoir" and even the expert who cited it wasn't sure it was mr. cruz. >> it gave you o.j. simpson and gave you many, many things. you can't knock "the national enquirer." it's brought many things to light not all pleasant, the fact it was a cover story on "the national enquirer" picked up by many other people and magazines and periodicals and newspapers and all i did was refer to it. >> no apology? >> i'm just referring to an aarticle that appeared. it has nothing to do with me and the father was very active in the campaign and said nasty things about me in the morning and it was reported and it wasn't nice what he said about me and i just referred him to articles that were in various periodicals. >> let's talk about other steps you might take to unify the party including your choice for vice president. will your vpal choice definitely be a republican.
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>> yes, that's true. >> will it be an elected official. >> most likely and probably a person with political experience because i mean while i've been in the world of politics all my life, the business, i will handle so well will bring our jobs back and bring our economy back but i do want people to -- i would like to have somebody that could truly be good with respect to dealing with the senate, dealing with congress, getting legislation passed. working toward something where we're not signing executive orders every three days like president obama does. >> sounds like you have a name in mind. >> not a name in mind but i do like the thrill sphere. you have the military sphere, you have the political sphere and business. well, the twist i handle. i think i'm going to be very, very good on the military to be honest with you. i think that will be the hidden strength and i think probably i would like to go with somebody with great political experience. >> meantime, you're looking at hillary clinton as your most likely opponent in november. new poll out from cnn shows
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she's leading you 54% to 41%. you're holding your own with men but she's crushing you with women and minorities. how do you turn that around? >> well, rasmussen just came out with a poll highly respected and i'm leading her by two points, 41% to 39% so you'll have polls all over but rasmussen and other one came out where we're tied and i haven't started yet. george, there were 17 people that i had to win against and now it's going to be hillary, so we'll see what happens. i mean, it's going to be i think a very interesting race. >> she says she'll take aim at your qualifications to be commander in chief. what's your target in her. >> she has poor judgment and bernie sanders said it. i took it right out of his playbook. he said she has poor judgment. he also said she's not qualified. that'sing about a lot -- that's going a long way but more importantly she's got poor judgment. if you look at the e-mail scandals and all of the bad
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decisions she's made with lib yoo, whether it's benghazi, whether it's so many other things, you look back at what's happened during the administration. >> finally, quick question about how you'll finance the campaign. you haven't had to spend too much money so far. so what about going forward? are you going to be raising money with the republican party or self-financing or public financing. >> so far i've spent my own money. i spent i think it's listed as $44 million and taken small contributions. we will probably take small contributions. we'll take the limits, i don't want big contributions now. people can contribute to the party. there will be a unification, no question about it. but i'm really looking at small contribution, not the big ones. i don't want to have anybody have any influence over me, that i can tell you. >> will you be writing big checks. >> yes, making major contributions to the party. >> mr. trump, thanks for joining
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us. >> thank you very much. >> now to the democratic candidates. bernie sanders notching another win in indiana last night saying that the race with hillary clinton is not over. abc's cecilia vega has the latest. joins us from columbus, ohio. good morning, cecilia. >> reporter: robin, good morning to you. this win gives bernie sanders the psychological boost he needs to keep going but it was not enough to cut into hillary clinton's lead and this morning her sights are set on november. ahead of that big indiana win, bernie sanders' wife jane joining him on stage to deliver the early results. >> we're going up. we're going to win. >> reporter: he's not just vowing to fight the fight but coming out swinging. >> secretary clinton thinks that this campaign is over. i've got some bad news for her. >> reporter: sanders says he's going all the way and there's no stopping him. >> i think we can pull off one of the great political upsets in the history of the united
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states. >> reporter: but even with that hoosier state victory, the math is a different story. it will still be impossible for sanders to win enough pledge delegates to clinch the nomination. he's now planning for a contested convention. >> i do not deny it for one second that we have an uphill battle in front of us. >> reporter: hillary clinton thinks she has a path to victory too by taking on donald trump. >> we cannot allow ourselves to be divided against one another. to be set against one another. to have scapegetting and shaming and blaming and insulting. >> reporter: she took to twitter overnight calling him the presumptive gop nominee. telling her supporters, chip in now if you agree we can't let him become president. and not just that her campaign chairman overnight sent out a statement calling donald trump, quote, simply too big a risk. this is very much a sign of the general election fight to come,
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robin. >> it really is. cecilia, abc's jon karl is going to joins us now and talk about that. primary races look close to being wrapped up. both now looking toward the general election. >> absolutely. if you look on the republican side it looks like a clean sweep for donald trump. there are still 6 delegates to be allocated but so far he has 51. the others are simply locked out. that means he is closing in on the delegates he needs to clinch well on the way to doing it before the convention on the democratic side. hillary clinton got beaten by bernie sanders but, look, he only got six more delegates than she did so she is getting very close to clinching there. it looks, the bottom line, like we are headed toward a trump/clinton general election. >> how does that matchup look. >> because of demographic changes in the country we are -- the democrats begin with a significant advantage here. look at this man. this was put together by my friend at "the washington post." the states in in dark blue voted
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democrat aall of the last six presidential elections. if hillary clinton hangs on to those all she needs to do is win the state of florida. sanders has to put in place states like his home state of new york, pennsylvania and michigan, but there's no question that hillary clinton goes into this as the clear front-runner. >> all right, jon, thank you. let's bring in matthew dowd for more. you're in l.a. you were one of the first to call the power of the trump candidacy back last summer. you just saw that map that jon karl showed right now. donald trump begins this general election as an underdog in the electoral map in the polling so can lightning strike twice? >> well, that's the interesting thing. you know, we don't know and i think the fascinating thing about donald trump, george, is you and i have talked about. almost as if this is out of greek mythology, the development of donald trump where the titans of the gop establishment gave
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birth to donald trump through their actions and inactions and now the son of a titan has slain his father like z. us and rules over mt. olympus now headed to an epic battle against hillary clinton so he starts off at a series disadvantage but i don't think we can understand donald trump's ability in this sphere. >> well, matthew dowd is forcing me to pick up on his analogy, jack. the other gods on mt. owe limb pugs are not there with him yet. >> i don't know if cleveland is mt. olympus but i tell you this, george, many of the top republican leaders over the year, governors, former governors including former presidential nominees for the republicans like mitt romney will not be supporting donald trump. they probably will not even be going to the convention in cleveland. donald trump is just turned the republican party upside down. >> the question, matthew dowd, still out there a third party candidate. >> i think it's still a possibility but the republicans that are so anti-trump they don't want to support him and
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still don't want to support hillary clinton have to figure it out. the deadlines for doing that are passing very quickly so they'd have to decide now in the next week or ten days. i think it's still a possibility but it's dwindling. >> matt dowd, jon karl, thanks very much. amy has the other top stories starting with an entire city evacuated. >> more than 8,000 being urged to knee a city in canada because of a massive wildfire that's threatening to engulf entire neighborhoods. look at those pictures, ft. mcmurray in albert da province, only one road out of that city. the warm weather and dry winds fanning those flames. so far no serious injuries reported. flags are flying at half-staff to honor navy s.e.a.l. charlie keating iv. there is new concern about exploding air bags blamed for 11 deaths and regulators are
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expected to announce the takata air bag recall is more than doubling to include another 35 million vehicles. the inflater can cause them to burst open spraying metal into the car. cars and climbs with high humidity appear to be most at risk. and finally you know what, forget going on a whale watch in alaska. all you have to do is stand on the dock. yeah, imagine walking out to your dock and seeing this. boom. a humpback whale breaching the water while snacking a few feet from the marina. this guy got really close but humpback whales are considered placid and friendly. >> i'll take your word from it from a distance. thank you, amy. now to a scary series of incidents unfolding at supermarkets in michigan. a man suspected of spraying chemical toxins on food is now arrested by the fbi. >> reporter: pierre thomas with the latest. >> reporter: they raced to see
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if anyone got seriously ill from a low scale chemical attack to contaminate food, the fbi believes the man in this photograph went to at least three grocery stores in ann arbor, michigan, whole foods, meijer and plum market spraying produce with hand cleaner, water and tomcat mice poison, its key ingredient is one that prevents the blood from clotting and irritates the skin. those store targeted in the last two weeks and according to the fbi, the suspect visited several other grocery stores in the ann arbor area in the last few months and they're determining if any other stores were victimized. >> he's been in a couple of other grocery store, he admitted so we have notified them. >> reporter: while sources say the man may have mental health issues and there's no indication so far of terrorism, this is another example of how
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vulnerable we are. >> i think we have to ask ourselves does this happen anywhere else? >> what if he's been doing it for weeks or months or years and makes you think about everything you buy all the time. >> it is disturbing this con tam nation attack went on for weeks before it was deexit the. the fbi is thanking the public and media for bringing this to their attention. >> thank you, pierre. sure is scary. to rob. you have severe storms down south. >> good morning, george. south carolina, north carolina, both got it yesterday. out of fayetteville, north carolina. hail in some spots. golf ball size but in wi
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>> hi everybody. we still got a little bit of sprinkle and light shower activity fading to the north. a little more coming into cape may county and cumberland county at this hour. lots of clouds out there. and look at how low they are obscuring the tops of the buildings in center city once again and temperatures around 50 currently. and this afternoon we are going for a high under those clouds with some off and on spotty showers of just 58 degrees so bundle up if you're headed out. you might want to keep a umbrella or rain poncho happy because it is going to be occasionally wet. clothing and
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ben franklin bridge. it's still slow but westbound jammed from the mid span to eighth and vine. we'll take what we can get any little slow improvement. we have an accident here in trenton mercer county on 29 southbound approaching 129. the accident has been pushed off to the shoulder. police on the scene but seeing slowing in trenton. monroe township we've had 322 blocked all morning its an accident that brought down poles, brought town wires. we've got a lot to fix here. 322 is blocked just east of high street. stick to glassboro cross keys road as your alternate for that one matt there thanks karen. we'll check and see how that rain is doing out there wit dave murphy next.
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>> we're drying out in philadelphia but it's cloudy and chilly so bundle up. storm tracker shows some of the northern suburbs with light sprinkles and showers left over. a little bit more coming up into cape may and cumberland counties. 51 degrees with a breeze blowing in philadelphia. this afternoon more sprinkles and showers will develop again and we'll get a high of just 58 so jackets handy and maybe an umbrella later today. friday a few periods of rain and a-60. we're looking at clouds and sun on saturday sunday with highs of 68. there's a slight chance of a pop-up shower both days but much better. >> thank you david. bernie sanders says he's taking it all the way to philadelphia.
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. welcome back to "gma" and look at that. f-22 fighter jet taking off from langley air force base just moments ago. it is the nerve center of the air force surveillance operation over the middle east and jesse palmer is there with a huge crowd of servicemen, women and their families and a big surprise for them coming up. >> we have a lot of service members right outside here in times square. good to have you with us. look at the camera out there. okay, very -- they're quick up there in the control room. also right now, donald trump celebrating a big win as you know in indiana as ted cruz announces he's dropping out of the race. the republican front-runner trump saying this morning he has a running mate in mind but wouldn't say who it is. an entire city being evacuated in canada as a massive
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wildfire threatens to engulf it. no serious injuries reported. also this morning a great jetblue surprise making a lot of families smile. >> and as a parent i know how it feels when you get on a plane. you're afraid your krield will cry and interrupt everybody on board. one company got everyone to cheer every time a baby cried. >> you want to be on that plane. we start out with stunning new developments in the mystery surround prince's death. this morning a new report claims prince was seeking for addiction and abc's eva pilgrim is at paisley park with the details. good morning, eva. >> reporter: good morning, george. prince's hometown paper reporting medical help was called in for the musician before he died to help with an addiction to painkillers but when that addiction specialist arrived after an all night flight he was too late. ♪ purple rain purple rain >> reporter: the minneapolis star tribune reporting dr.
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howard cornfeld rushed his son andrew on a red-eye from san francisco to minneapolis to treat the star the night before his death. speaking to william mausey, the paper reports arrived at 9:30 a.m. but his entourage could not find him. prince's body found in an elevator a few minutes later. he said cornfeld called 911 and telling 91 we're in minneapolis, minnesota, and we are at the home of prince. the people are just disstrauss. prince pronounced dead at 10:09 and "the star tribune" said he hoped prince would go to california for long-term care under the doctor's supervision. allegations of drug problems flying this morning as authorities released this log of more than 45 911 calls about prince's paisley park complex. one from germany in 2011, a woman calling police concerned about prince's cocaine habits saying that he advised her that
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he cannot control his habit. since the woman waited a year after the comments to contact authorities and she did not indicate that the singer was in immediate danger, police didn't investigate. sorts say authorities are looking at the star's pain medication and whether he died of a drug overdose. this morning prince's friends standing up for the music icon. his former employees saying these allegations of drug use don't ring true. >> it's completely exhausting. it wasn't the person we knew. >> for the amount of time we were there we would have seen something. >> reporter: they penitentiary the last three years making sure he was well fed. he rarely even had a sip of wine. >> his verse of partying is a different from others. >> he wasn't drinking. >> we lost a friend to -- like we lost a person and so it's overwhelming. our friend is not there anymore. >> reporter: now, we reached out to the cornfelds as well as the lawyer saying he is representing
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the doctor and still waiti ing a response. >> boy, autopsy results will take some time. now to the latest in that search for a missing florida mom gone for more than a week now. surveillance images show her at a grocery store smiling just before she vanished and amy has new details in the investigation. >> this is such si strange one. trisha todd an air force veteran mother of a 2-year-old little girl and police say she disappeared without a trace. this morning authorities pleading for the public's help to find trisha todd, missing florida mother. >> we continue to ask for the public support. >> reporter: police releasing this image believed to be the last time the air force veteran was seen in public before vanishing. todd pictured spoiling at her local grocery store. >> she was smiling and engaged so we don't have anybody that we know of that wished her harm. >> reporter: police finding todd's car parked near her home
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a mile away from the store. the keys still in the ignition. her purse inside. but her phone and wallet missing. the 30-year-old nurse was supposed to pick up her daughter from her ex-husband the day after she disappeared but never showed and didn't show up for work either. >> she had always bent over backwards for the sake of her little girl. >> reporter: authorities say her ex steven williams is not a suspect and voluntarily took a polygraph test. >> no physical evidence or witness testimony links mr. williams with tricia todd's disappearance. >> reporter: they're now scouring credit card bills hoping for clues or signs of activity. >> there is no evidence that a crime occurred. this is a strong circumstantial case for an abduction except that some of the elms of what you would see in an abduction are missing. >> they are focusing on nearby bodies of water always went to
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back now with a big headline about seek skah from the cdc. health officials warning it's very likely the virus will spread from mosquitoes to humans here in the u.s. sparking new concerns as connecticut sees its first confirmed case of a pregnant women with zika. abc's gio benitez has the latest. >> reporter: this morning fears swelling around the zika virus and the mosquitoes that spread it. >> it is a very difficult mosquito to control and eliminate. >> reporter: u.s. officials now
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saying it is, quote, very likely that zika would spread from mosquitoes to humans in america. summer right around the corner, what's the best thing you and your family can do to combat the disease right here at home? last spring "consumer reports" tested 15 insect repellents typing the most effective ones. they were sawyer picaridin. natrapel 8 hour and off! deepwoods and we met up with the bug guy from the university of maryland for his tips to battle the bugs. >> mosquito repellent clothing is a very good way to prevent mosquito bites in addition, it's also been proven to actually reduce the incidence of mosquito-bornee diseases. >> what else can you do. >> other things that homeowners should consider to do around the home this time of year is get rid of those breeding sites.
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that means eliminate all sources of standing water. if you got a five-gallon pale or old paint can behind the tool shed, dump those things ow, get rid of them. if it holds water for a week or two week, you can breed mosquitoes. >> for "good morning america," gio benitez, abc news, new york. >> gio, thank you. michael is with dr. besser with more. >> great to have abc news chief health and medical editor dr. richard besser. doc, i'll get straight to it. should i freak out if i get by a mosquito? >> i think if you're focusing on what you would read in the papers, but no. it's a mild infection. the only reason we're concerned about zika is because of its connection with birth defects. the whole goal try to protect pregnant women so they don't get it and focus on guys -- the couple that's trying to have a baby because they shouldn't get infected either but for you or me getting it, it's mild.
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>> we saw in gio's piece about the clothing that is effective to repel mosquitoes. how effective is this? >> so, this -- this clothing feels like a regular shirt. soaked in a very good mosquito repellent but this is pretty expensive. i wouldn't use it. i sometimes use it if i'm going on assignment in the jungle or the health department says there's a lot of zika going around town or you can spray your own clothes with it. but i don't think you need to go here. >> new york city is the concrete jungle. so you may want to get you some of that. as we approach summer month, sunscreen and repellent important. which one do you put on first. >> repellents work by odor so put your sunscreen on first and repellent on top. if you do it the other way around, the mosquitoes won't smell it the same way and won't be effective. when you reapply your sunscreen you need to reapply that on top.
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>> all right, well, dr. besser, thank you. i won't freak out if i get bit. you shouldn't at home. tweet him @drrichardbesser and go to "gma's" facebook page. other to you, lara? thank you, michael. coming up, the video ha has everyone talking. while all the passengers were cheering instead of getting annoyed when a little baby started crying. addicted to phones. half of american teens, even parents can't put their phones down. the new research out this morning. ...clear for take off.
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♪ baby love now to a big airline surprise and some baby love as you can hear in the background just in time for mother's day jetblue turing crying babies on the plane into a major perk creating the fly baby stunt on one special flight. a shortened version of their video. >> it is more stressful flying with a baby. i don't want to be that lady with the baby who's screaming for four hours. >> he doesn't like to sit still. >> can you sit down with me. >> i'm most nervous about her having a total meltdown and everyone around us wishing we weren't on the plane. >> ladies and gentlemen, welcome
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aboard our very special jetblue flight. this will be the very first flight where crying babies is a good thing. every time a baby on this plane cries, you'll receive 25% off your next jetblue flight. [ cheers and applause ] in other words, four cries is equivalent to a free round trip ticket. [ crying ] [ applause ] >> that did it. >> thanks to all the moms and babies on board today for making this flight so special. >> that's funny. >> pinching those babies. >> did everyone who got on the plane know what they were in for it. >> they announced it when they sat down and if you're on a flight today or you're getting on a flight and hear a crying baby that doesn't mean you'll
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get a percentage off or discount. don't pinch the baby. >> just fly with my wife. she has such baby envy she goes up and takes the baby when it starts crying. >> you feel bad. >> some people really don't. >> picks up a random baby. >> yeah. >> and brings it back to your seat. >> next four hours, right. >> ali, that is sweet. >> very sweet. speaking of crying on planes perhaps, jesse going for the ride of his life in one of those f-16 fighter jets. was he reduced to tears. >> he's crying under the mask. >> don't cry, baby. find out coming up in our next half hour part of a "captain america" superhero surprise. coming up see how local volunteers are making an impact across the country strengthening neighborhoods by empower and inspiring women to take charge. "gma's" "build it forward" brought to you by lowe's.
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>> ♪ >> good morning, i'm matt o'donnell. 7:56 on this wednesday may fourth. let's see what's jamming up the schuylkill with karen rogers. >> a new reason to be slow. remnants of an accident. this is the schuylkill expressway near the boulevard. look at that westbound traffic how jammed you are as head towards belmont. you're jammed from the the boulevard to gladwyne with that left shoulder kind of being blocked. people slowing down and checking it out. but eastbound a heavier ride a 28 minute ride. tough going on the schuylkill expressway. on the big picture you see the slow speeds on the schuylkill. couple other problems in port richmond a new accident and that's delaware avenue right near venango. also in west philadelphia that partial building collapse still out there on 60th and chancellor streets. hatboro we've got a new accident. roads are a little bit damp out that. penn street at monument avenue so watch for that one and still 322 is blocked in gloucester county matt. it's 50 east of high street.
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>> thanks karen. our dreary weather continues as clouds shroud buildings in center city. here's dave murphy. >> at least the rain is spottier now. storm tracker6 double scan shows you some of the hours off to the north clearing places like allentown, a few more coming up from the south through delaware and south jersey. 52 degrees currently under the clouds, a cool breeze blowing. and this afternoon it stays chilly. 58 degrees, a few more spotty showers through the day. jackets required today. rain gear you might want to keep it handy especially later today. tomorrow 59 and a few periods of rain possible friday into the clouds and a high of 60 but we start to see more sun over the weekend with just a spotty shower saturday night into sunday morning and then mostly sunny and warm monday and tuesday, matt. >> thanks, david. detectives are investigating two police involved shootings in the city. one left a suspect dead in overbrook. police say he wouldn't stop his car from moving towards them. a few hours earlier police say a gunman fired at them in southwest philadelphia so they
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. and donald trump with a knockout punch in indiana. >> we're not going to lose. we're going to start winning again and big league. >> ted cruz drops out of the race. >> we are suspending our campaign. >> now trump and hillary clinton on a collision course for the white house. the latest from the front lines of the campaign this morning. new medical alert. are the antibiotics you're prescribed even really needed. why almost a third of recommended prescriptions aren't even necessary. kids under 2 most at risk and you are are too. dr. besser is here to break it down live. addicted to the phone. more than half of american teens can't put them down. and neither can their parents. homework, driving and family time all under siege. the two research this morning. ♪ and vin diesel, giselle,
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what got them together overnight on the longest catwalk. a fashion for passion like you've never seen. ♪ all that and we're flying into the danger zone, jesse live with unprecedented access and a top secret mission flying into your morning with a superhero surprise as we say -- >> all: good morning, america. >> would you look at that? a wonderful wednesday here in times square and there at langley air force base in virginia. jesse, as you know is there with the american heritage band and air force servicemen and women and their families. >> all those heroes will get a "captain america" surprise. something special. the first time a tv crew has ever gone inside the national
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security nerve center behind the scenes right there on the ground and in the sky. >> and also this morning, we have our "deals & steals" on wheels. tory is rocking and rolling into cleveland home of the rock & roll hall of fame. our biggest week of bargains. what i like to call a big touchdown and this morning we have a homemade deal from a cleveland football legend and, lara, you have the dress that lit up all of the facebook and twitter. >> literally and figuratively that met up the mat ball worn by claire danes. goodness she looked beautiful and now we have that exact dress right here in the studio. you can see it lit up right there. we'll talk to the mastermind designer behind it all. zac posen is here live. >> excited about that and deserves to be as well. first amy with the morning run down. >> we all know the big story of the morning, donald trump turing his attention now to the general election. nour that ted cruz has dropped out of the race for president.
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trump is promising to unify the party and he'll need to because one national poll out today shows trump trailing hillary clinton by 13 points. abc's tom kwame has all the latest. tom, good morning. >> reporter: amy, this morning there is a new leader in the republican party and his name is donald trump. overnight, the chair of the rnc calling trump the presumptive nominee after senator ted cruz dropped out. now cruz told his supporters yesterday in a very emotional speech he was dropping out of the race because there was no clear path to victory. cruz had tears in his eyes. his family members and supporters were also drying, as we. now, this morning donald trump spoke with george. here's what he had to say. >> you are now the leader of the republican party. how would you sum up what trump's republican party stands for. >> we'll take care of our economy and take care of jobs so we won't make horrible trade deals like we've been witnessing over the year, many years. >> reporter: during that interview george asked if he had a vice presidential running mate in mind.
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here's what donald trump had to say. >> and it will be probably a person with political experience because i would like to have somebody that could truly be good with respect to dealing with the senate, dealing with congress, getting legislation passed. >> now, donald trump sets his sites on hillary clinton and the general election which he says he's going to win, quote, big and already on twitter calling clinton crooked hillary. amy. >> all right, tom. bernie sanders won indiana by four points but he and hillary clinton will split those delegates so the victory does very little to slow clinton's match to the nomination but sanders insisting the race is not over. president obama is visiting flint, michigan, today, promising change as that city struggles to recover from its lead tainted water supply. he is meeting with 8-year-old mari copeny who invited him to visit. michigan's governor was calling on the president to drink the water to show it is now safe. well, a developing story north of the border, look at these image, more than 8 0u 0u
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he is there on the left riding his motorcycle when a mattress comes flying off that truck and it crashes right into him. look what happen, boom, yeah, nice soft landing right there so i guess if you have to have something fly off a track and cause a wreck, of all the things you could have the mattress is probably your best bet. >> perfectly fine. >> like a really nice soft landing. >> i'm sure he wouldn't say that if interviewed. >> it could have been a lot worse. >> agreed. agreed. >> let's go over to michael. thank you, george. here's a look at what's coming up on the "gma morning menu." a big medical alert. a major new study revealing a third of antibiotics prescribed aren't needing and dr. besser is here to talk about that. we have the dress everyone is in love with from the met balance. lauren is wearing it and we have the man behind it, zac posen. he'll be here live, thanks, lauren. meet sergeant major lucky. he's very popular at langley air force base and we have a dog on
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♪ ♪ ♪ does nobody use a turn signal anymore? ♪ ♪ fighting welcome back to "good morning america." look what happens during the break. robin taking this photo with the troops in times square. we actually have an incredible crowd of those real-life heroes gathered for our superhero surprise. that is all coming up in just a bit right here on "gma." robin, over to you. >> you know i'm a proud air force brat. you know that. can't wait for that. we want to get to that medical alert about antibiotics. a shocking new study revealing around 47 million unnecessary
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prescriptions are given out each year and all that overprescribing could do more harm than good. dr. besser is back with that. i say shocking. is it really shocking? i think we've known this for some time. >> we've known it but i still find this shocking. the researchers looked at the antibiotic prescribing in 2010/2011 and found that 154 million visits, there was an antibiotic predescription, but 30% of those prescriptions were forconditions where antibiotics don't work or only work sometimes. and the main ones were sinus infections, ear infections, throat infections and bronchitis where antibiotics sometimes work but aren't the way to go. >> the major concerny. >> the big concern we're seeing this big rise in antibiotic resistant infections so when you take one when it's not giving you any benefit you risk that the next time you take that antibiotic, it's not going to work for you. plus, you're at rick for the side effects, rashes and diarrhea and for women yeast infections without any hope of benefit from that. >> what can be done, rich, to
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change this alarming and disturbing trend. >> you know, i hope doctors listen to this and hear this and say, okay, i'm going to do better. but there's something we can all do and when you go to the doctor or when people bring their children to the doctor, instead of asking for an antibiotic, say, what can i do to feel better faster? because there's studies that show if you ask for an antibiotic a doctor is more likely to give it to you even if it's not indicated. believe me, doctors will prescribe one if it's indicated but they want you to be happy. >> i'll keep that in mind. i've been fighting this cold and i'm seeing my doctor today. >> see what happens. yeah. ask whether she feels pressure to prescribe. >> i'll tell you what she says. you've already been on twitter with the other segment and addressing these, as well so you can tweet him or go to "gma's" facebook page. now over to michael and lara. to you to the most talked
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about gown at the met ball and the man behind it zac posen designed a stunning dress worn by claire danes literally lighting up the red carpet. >> totally spectacular. and zac is with us sharing the secrets behind it and the dress, as welch the dress. >> we do? right here in the studio and how it works. thanks for being with us so early. >> thanks for having me. >> still recovering. i know both of you guys were there in back in action. >> we were both there but he did not design my outfit and i would have lights in it. but it marries technology and tradition. how did you come up with this concept with a light bulb moment. >> that light bulb moment. i'm interested in that place where the past and the future meet because that's universal. >> yeah. >> and that hits a chord around the world. you know, to women and girls and men. that say, you know, just recognizing beauty. >> yeah. >> and a magic moment and fantasy and technology. >> there is -- i don't know --
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there is a fairy tale element to this dress. i mean -- >> for sure. >> it's that dress that every girl, every woman dreams of wearing and then this takes it to a technological new level and how does that work? >> i brought a sample. >> i did. >> and the battery pack and there are how many. >> 30 battery packs inside but the dress is hollow inside not like tulle. it's as light as possible. >> really. >> listen, the fabric is here. there's an -- you know, there's -- this is fiber-optic. attached to an electric source and then there's an l.e.d. light in there so i mean i can try to see a little bit. >> and so you're looking at light traveling vertically. the point is the point of the light. you know and what's great about l.e.d., it doesn't conduct heat. >> thankfully. >> thankfully. >> slightly uncomfortable. >> it doesn't conduct heat. >> so, you know, claire, she was, you know, our cinderella
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and tonight we have our snow white. >> yeah. >> absolutely. >> can i just ask a question, to get this do you have to work with a fabric house or electrical -- >> no, no, we worked with a company in france. we custom ordered the fabric and, you know, i draped the dress will four weeks ago and went into the studio, hit my boom box. draped. >> is that how it goes. >> it's like weekend creative work. >> i love that. >> old school then i find whatever form of expression and then we had to wait like three weeks for 9 fabric to come in nervously. >> not your first time. you did something like this for 2016 your zac posen collection so you're drawn to that. >> i'm an apple 2c kid. >> i speak another language. a generation or two earlier than you. >> atari girl. >> yes. >> i speak the language of corder roy. >> okay. >> this is amazing. amazing dress. every year you set the bar high
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and continue to outdo yourself year after year at the met ball. >> i like to make people deem. >> were you just thrilled. >> claire is an old friend. >> you dressed her when she was a little girl. >> yeah. >> teenager, we grew up a few blocks away from each other. she was a big star on tv. you know -- i was a kid making dresses and we met. >> both of your stars continue to grow and over to you, george. >> thank you. i like to make people dream. time for "deals & steals" on wheels. tory johnson and her team in cleveland part of our five cities in five days and live at the rock & roll hall of fame with our biggest crowd yet. hey, tory. >> hey. so, we have an amazing crowd here. unbelievable energy and best of all for me good hair day so first up i'm excited about this one because they're right here in downtown cleveland. so, this just started as kind of a romantic story. jackie and phillip were dating
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and decided at christmastime they would hand make all of the gifts for one another and loved doing that so much they said not only should we get married but start a business to make beautiful things and make gorgeous things. a lot of ah. they make beautiful, beautiful leather products including this which is my favorite. it's called the lucky penny pouch necklace. three different colors of leather, 32-inch chain and it's to put whatever little lucky charm in there to carry along with you all the time. normally $38. this is slashed in half, $19 and it's made just two minutes from here in downtown cleveland. next up, this company is called the american clothing company. started by a family that said we believe that people will buy american made basics. they will pay the prices. we can price them competitively. these basics do not have to be made overseas and so they make a variety of source a variety from
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throughout the united states of cotton basics. huge assortment of just a basic t-shirt. men and women, and an incredible deal. normally $12. they are slashed in half, 6 bucks. your choice today. another incredible story, so this company is zoya. zoya is a woman in 1979 emigrated in russia. class classically trained pianist and she and her husband, a chemist, said we can do better than what the nail industry offers and they created an exclusive line of high quality nail polish and other products now known around the country, a true american success story based here in cleveland and have a huge assortment for us including their products that was named in
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"allure" magazine breakthrough winner. big assortment from spring into summer. with these colors you can't go wrong near round you'll see all the box gift sets rank from 18 to $96 if you choose the big one. but today only, these are all slashed in half, starting at $9 and zoya has thrown in free shipping. so we off that. okay. and then another cleveland favorite, bubba's bbq. we've got the most amazing deboned ribs that you wouldn't believe. big assortment of these. these come ready to go. all you have to do is heat and eat. two different size packages to choose from starting at $95 all slashed in half starting at $47.50. you can't beat these ribs. and we've got a little special message from a shark that some of you might know. take a look.
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>> congratulations and the boneless ribs are my favorite investment. not only because they taste so good but because you're selling a lot of ribs. >> wow. >> so look at that. so not only -- ? surprised. >> does only does daymond think you're amazing we think you are. you guys together, father/daughter team. we know you guys together and george, they are one of the cleveland's favorites. >> definitely. >> small business owners and we think you should be the ones that get to teach other aspiring small business owners from college kids pursuing entrepreneurships to boomers reinventing themselves. you are the ones who should be hosting barbecue celebration, right? teaching small business owners what to do so guess what, george, we got something really special. drum roll, please. drum roll. [ drum roll]
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>> our sponsor vistaprint thinks you should host barbecues for entrepreneurs and they'll pay for it. here is a check for bubba's barbecue for $10,000. [ drum roll ] >> thanks, tory. >> what do you think about that. >> most people didn't know me know that rarely am i lost for words but i'm lost for words today. wow. >> that's okay because, george, george is never at a loss for words. he'll take it away. >> we have the ribs right here. they're fantastic, congratulation, guys. another great day in cleveland. get all the links and codes for these at goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! plus a special deal you can only find on "gma's" twitter account and tomorrow tory heads to detroit to find >> all right. u.s. air force down here. this is. lit up. much of florida going to see
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storms. kind of unsettled across much of the east coast. another system rolling into the carolinas through friday. check out your local forecast. >> rob, that was cool lightning video. we don't have any lightning around here. most of our morning showers have pushed off to the north but there are a couple of sprinkles down along the shore and a few more bits and pieces of rain around. cloudy skies on sky6. low clouds again, too. maybe some drizzle popping up. and this afternoon we expect some more spotty shower activity. we're in the 50's right now. low 50's. and your exclusive accuweather 7-day shows the upper 50's for highs today so below average, more spotty showers this afternoon and still overcast thursday and friday. fight, they. no better motto than that. >> "pop news" and come on in. music. start me up. major news for rock 'n' roll fans. six of the biggest acts in rock 'n' roll history are
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joining forces for a mega-concert this fall. the rolling stone, paul mccartney, bob dylan, the who, neil young and pink floyd's roger water. >> together? all taking the stage together. this october. a three-day event will take place in california at the same site as coachella leeing to the cheeky nickname oldchella. i want to go. first time all six have shared the same bill. it is history in the making and the tickets will not be easy so look now. it's early october coming your way. you heard it here first. from the met balance you saw zac posen with us. now to a catwalk in cuba. we have a passion for fashion. chanel staging a show in cuba last night. their models strutted their stuff on a colonial boulevard in havana marking the first fashion show in the country since castro took power in 1959. celebrities and fashionistas
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from around the globe celebrated the launch of chanel's collection. gisele bun chen and vin diesel and tilda swinton. he was inspired by the cultural richness and opening up of cuba, he said. so much change happening in that country. our first look inside. and then finally, not all mysteries are hard to solve like this one. guess who got into the skittles? one guess, everybody. one guess. yes. that is "pop news" with little rascal. >> he didn't just get into them. rolling in them. >> he didn't like them. >> they're all still there. >> not a hard one to solve. >> thank you, lara. coming up our huge "captain america" superhero surprise with some very deserving real-life heroes. live at langley air force bead.
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>> it's 8:27 on this wednesday may fourth. may the fourth be with you. >> i just spoke to a facebook viewer with my light sabre. an accident with a tractor-trailer and another vehicle here. this is route one northbound at hulmeville road as you head towards 213ly you're dealing with the right lane being blocked. police are on the scene so traffic is kind of squeezing by. it's already jammed at this point from past the turnpike to hulmeville road. also an accident on stenton avenue at paper mill road in springfield township. we've had a handful of accidents. this one in swedesboro gloucester avenue at east avenue at park avenue is reportedly involving a school bus. we don't have any other details just yet but watch for restrictions in that area in gloucester county. gloucester county has been busy today. we've had four different accidents.
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this one in gloucester county on 322 still has it blocked at high street here and that's because of an accident that brought town poles and wires, matt. >> thanks karen. still some spotty shower activity out there. david. >> this is a better picture than 4:30 this morning as we had rain across half of the region. now it is just very spotty stuff left over. the big story is how cloudy and cool and breezy it is. 52 degrees. grab that jacket on the way out the tore and this afternoo -- door and keep theum. cool with a high of 58. 59 clouds a bit of rain tomorrow 60 with a few periods of rain possible on friday we start to transition to clouds and sun saturday and sunday with highs in the upper 60's. a shower saturday afternoon into sunday morning is possible. >> thanks, david. the "action news" troubleshooters investigates the $15,000 medical bill. how they reduced it to zero on 6abc.com. >> ♪
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>> reporter: welcome to the historic langley air force base. "good morning america," the first tv crews inside this national security nerve center, the air force surveillance operations. >> he can collusive company you're walking in. >> where men and women keep watch over extensive drone surveillance of the middle east every day. >> we're looking at 560 hours of video, pieces of intelligence information to go to the war fighter, the president. >> reporter: after witnessing the critical work being done on the ground, it was time to see what the air force can do in the sky. but first off to training. gearing up. >> almost exactly 8 1/2 inches. >> extra large helmet. >> a lot of knowledge in there. >> okay. it's not easy to breathe it that down here. i hope it's much better up there. >> finally getting down to
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business. "top gun" style with captain michael giggawatts. check it out, outlaw palmer. so cool. ♪ >> this is the real thing now. the heart is starting to race. ♪ i went to the danger zone just like that liftoff. >> oh, my god. >> there you go. >> that is awesome. ♪ i went to the danger zone >> we did three of those iconic 360-degree aleron rolls. >> that's one, dos, tres. ♪ our top speed, 7.7 gs. that is like being on the craziest roller koes tcoaster. >> mwah. we made it.
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>> so that was definitely the ride of a lifetime. however, there is somebody else that has ridden on an f-16 fighting falcon. he is our special guest for you all today. are you guys ready? put your hands together for the man that plays falcon in "captain america: civil war," mr. anthony mackie. [ cheers and applause ] >> yes. yes. yes! yes! yeah. yeah. hey, ladies. [ cheers and applause ] >> oh, air men and women, yes! [ cheers and applause ] >> that ride for me, my legs are
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still shaking. what was your experience? >> the scariest experience of my life. i didn't fly on the f-22 which is by far the more superior plane. >> ooh. >> yep, yep. >> i almost -- >> i'm sure. i'm sure. >> how did you do? >> no, i pulled 10 gs. >> whoa. >> yes, it is, yes, it is i broke the sound barrier. >> did you pass out. >> no, no, of course not. i'm a man. of course not, of course not. i'm the falcon. i fly every day. no doubt. i like that. i like that. >> speaking of the new movie, "captain america: civil war," what are you most excited about for all these fans to see in the new film. >> well, you know, playing a character that's an airman i think it's great for meme to see the camaraderie, the brother of the u.s. missile. i think there's something that when you have a common understanding and experience and things like that, you appreciate each other. >> you're, of course, fighting on keep cap.
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>> team cap all day, all day. >> why are you signing with "captain america" and what is it like fighting against your friends from team ironman. >> what are you benching, me? >> it's this medium. i look better in small clothing. >> my jacket is too big. i want to be like that. no, it's funny because the great thing ma marvel does, you can trace a character's background through all the movies so if you look at "captain america: winter soldier" and because hydra infill separatedd s.h.i.e.l, d. and i sided with civil liberties because we don't know what their hidden agenda it. >> and your character falcon -- >> i'm just hanging out. i'm just hanging out. i'm just a guy hanging out. >> this is how we do it. >> just hanging out, dude.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> pretty interesting. we have a big surprise obviously for all these people here. >> we do have a big surprise. >> i want you to share with all our men and women here at langley. want to share with them what that might be? >> well, being a fellow airmen, you guys are more brave than i am because you're airmen and women for real but we have a screening for you guys of "captain america: civil war" and -- [ cheers and applause ] i'm excited so you guys get to see it. >> and that screening, we got that. that screening is going to be happening in a couple of hours and all getting on some buses and heading out with falcon to go watch that screening in a matter of hours. let's give it up for falcon. that's fantastic. making people happy here. that's what happens. back to you. >> we'll have what anthony is having. >> exactly. >> i love that energy and
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meeting with the families and everyone going to have a good time and the movie isn't out yet but they're going to see it. thank you. "captain america: civil war" hits theaters nationwide on friday but they don't have to wait and we have much more ahead. jeremy renner who plays hawkeye is here live and we have another surprise, as well. we just have so many surprises this morning. rob is always a surprise. >> we got some jeremy renner fans. brave men and women are joining us live as well. we want to talk about this system coming through the midwest right now going drop some rain east of chicago but colder air tonight. temperatures in the 30's some spots tomorrow, frost potentially but look at the pattern change. a big warmu warmup 50 from 50 t. showers coming into the west coast. that's a quick check of the national outlook. >> rob, most of our showers
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are gone. temperatures around 50. we are heading for a high of just 58 with more spotty showers later this afternoon. gray and cool thursday, friday improving on saturday. great next week. brougreport is brought to you by the honest company. >> thank you so much, rob. happy to introduce you to joe wicks, a wrote an article about him. fascinated. 15-second videos of his daily meals. huge hit online and more than a million instagram followers now bringing his international best-seller called "lean in 15" stateside. so simple and makes me feel like anybody can do it. not only with food but exercise. all started because you were a personal trainer but started posted instagram videos which are only 15 seconds long of your meals and really took off. >> yeah, i just had an idea for ideas because i love knew trig
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and posted this, never in a million years did i think i would have a book deal and be on "gma" and it's crazy. >> do you think it's because you've broken it down and simplified it. >> it's about speed and made meme understand you don't have to starve yourself. well, everyone is on these low calorie diets so i give meme more food and carbohydrates and fats at the right time. what to eat and when and you said about the weight on the scale, i call it a sad step. people juptsz obsess but progress pictures. >> i was sharing my personal story. >> you stand -- i'm up ten pound, depressing, get it out of your life. >> let's start with some of your recipes very, very easy, again, all 15 minutes. this issing we can do for breakfast. tell us about this. >> this is called minute and mango smoothie. >> may i? >> have a little go. >> high in sugar and you have energy high and low. this has got almond milk, almond butter. lots of healthy fat. >> a little fruit and mango and
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the rest of it is in the book. another recipe again that looks delicious but also tastes really good. i tried this before. tell us about it. >> so this is one of those really popular ones, everybody goes crazy for it, turkey meatballs with feta cheese. high in protein and saturated fat -- >> not the devil. that is key to know. >> in moderation, low fat low calories. >> a little sneak peek. we have social media questions but avocado with an egg inside. to die for. but really quickly, let's talk about social media. a lot of online fans and monica tweets of all the dishes posted online do any stand out as the biggest response. >> turkey meatballs in it is a winner, trust me. tanesha is joining us via skype. what is your question, tanisha? >> that is your signature dish.
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>> baked egg and avocado. scoop it out and put it in the microwave and loads of energy for breakfast. >> and so delish. not only about food but workout. get to it. we have 15 seconds so just finish up. >> so let's do these on the spot. really quick and get our heart rate as high as we can and yeah. >> in my head i'm doing it. not just in these. your workout, 15 minutes aall you need to get a complete workout. >> may sought seem like enough but if you train with intensity, yes. >> check him out. how do we find you on instagram? >> at the the body coach and the book, guy, it is green, "lean in 15." i'm so happy i found you. available now. get our recipes we just showed you on goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! you can stop. you can stop. i'm getting tired. coming up "captain america" star jeremy renner is here and we have another big surprise, "gma"
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just keeps on coming. stay with us.
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♪ welcome back and you know, not to be outdone by jesse, we
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have members of the air force in times square as well so thank you for your service and thank you for being here. look who else we have here, jeremy renner is back as hawkeye in "captain america: civil war." take a look. >> i guess i should have knocked. >> oh, my god. what are you doing here. >> disappointing my kids. supposed to go waterskiing. they need our help. come on. [ cheers and applause ] >> so, jeremy, this is very exciting for "captain america" fans and hawkeye is back out of retirement, so to speak. >> yes. >> disappointing his kids. why did he come back? >> well, you know, he owed a debt to scarlet witch because her brother staaved my life.
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retirement didn't suit him. he tried golf and hole in one and it got kind of boring. >> so the cool thing about your character if people don't know you're not a superhero. you don't have a suit that gives you superpowers. you're just a guy with a bow and arrow. >> i can't miss though, momma. >> so how do you survive among all these people who have superpowers? >> i don't know. i don't write the scripts. i guess i don't die. >> well, i'm sure fans are very happy about that. this is a civil war and everyone had to choose sides. was it ever an issue for hawkeye? what side he was going to be on iron pane and captain america. >> cap is the first one to call ultimately but also even if he had a choice he would probably choose team cap because of that brotherhood. >> yeah, so i was curious like as a fan, as the folks watching the movie do you think they'll struggle at all with which side to be on? >> no, man, i think they're happy to see everybody fight.
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just awesome. >> even friends? i mean, why can't everyone just get along. >> doesn't it make it more fun? look, i haven't seen the movie. >> you haven't seen the movie. >> no, i haven't seen it yet. >> i have but you haven't. >> you showed a clip. that's about all i have and seen. >> are you going to sigh the movie. >> of course, i'm going to see the movie. >> we heard, did you see, from your co-star anthony mackie, he's very excited this morning out at langley with our jesse palmer and all those superfans at langley air base. >> and the neon shoes he was wearing. >> you couldn't miss them, could you? we'll go back out there to langley and, jesse, anthony, how is everyone doing out there? >> oh, you better believe it. >> amazingly well. >> because we're about to go see a private screening of "captain america." [ cheers and applause ] >> we've got the buses right now. the movie, as well. >> you're not invited. it's just us airmen and women. you have to hang out here and we'll pick you up on the way
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back >> that's awesome. let me know how it goes. it's not just good news in langley because i mean, anthony, he has good news for the people back in new york city, as well. >> deltfinitely. all the air men and women we have an imax screening for you guys, as well. so enjoy it. >> we're going to the movies. to the movies. >> that's right. he's the bearer of good news. let's go back to somebody who is also flown on an f-16 before, amy robach. >> that's right. hey, jesse, did you do your -- the little thing i told you to do when you were pulling gs. did you do it? ♪ >> k, k, k. >> that's how you don't faint. hey do you think we could get you a ticket to the imax screening. >> i'd like to see the movie. maybe i could go with y'all. save me a seat please.
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>> jeremy renner, thanks so much for being with us. everyone is happy hawkeye is back and "captain america: civil war" hits theaters on friday. coming up we are building it forward teaming up and helping deserving families get new homes. don't go anywhere.
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back now with our series "build it forward" and abc's abbie boudreau teamed up to build hopes for deserving families in ten cities. >> hey, guy, come on in. >> reporter: for brittany anthony owning her home is a dream that will soon become a reality. >> we are at the lot of our future home so i'm so excited about it. >> reporter: a single mom of four boys sharing three bedrooms in her cramped indianapolis apartment. a new home will give them much-kneed space. >> five bedrooms. like like they have kids too. >> for us to have a place of our own and have a yard for them to play in.
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i just filled with so much joy. >> reporter: brittany is just 1 of 1,000 habitat for humanity families that will receive a house this year. a hat and, of course, our hammer. it is time to build. >> reporter: i teamed up with more than 100 ladies in san diego to kick off a ten-city girls night out event jump-starting habitat and lowe's national build a week. >> a special night because you have women empowered to build. >> reporter: for this night we traded martinis for hammers and cosmos for lumber and started a frame for the first story of a two-story home for a local veteran and their family and i got a crash course in construction 101. buy a hammer that fits comfortably in your hand. when it comes to sawing and getting the perfect cut -- >> don't eyeball it. don't think you've got it. measure twice, cut once. >> reporter: while i was learning the dos and don'ts of
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design, 2,000 miles away brittany had her own girls night out. in just over four hours with 16 volunteers her house frame was complete and her home finally taking shape. >> thank you. from the bottom of my heart. it just means the world to me and my boys, it's a dream of pine. >> reporter: for "good morning america," abbie boudreau, abc news, san diego. >> what a great project. we'll be right back. ♪ "gma's" "build it forward" brought
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♪ shut up and dance with me >> watching jesse. anthony mackie from "captain america," as well. having a lot of fun with those air force servicemen and women and the heritage of america band. great time this morning at langley. have a great wednesday, everyone. ♪ >> ♪ >> hi, everyone, it's 8:56 on this wednesday may fourth. karen rogers takes a look at traffic. >> big accident matt in chester county. looking at all the police
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emergency workers, fire truck ambulance on the scene blocking the two right lanes. look at the traffic here so jammed. looks like we have more emergency workers trying to get through the jam to come to the scene. this is 202 northbound just past valley road. this accident blocking two right lanes. looks like the police are almost entering that other lane. stick to lancaster avenue instead of this because you're jammed chesterbrook past valley. boulevard northbound past f street police on the scene with this accident. an accident in mount laurel burlington county police are here on church road near rowland avenue. swedesboro still hearing that this accident is involving a school bus out here on east avenue at park avenue and 322 still shut town in gloucester county. it's been a mess of a morning, matt. >> really has karen. all due to that rain or most of it. let's go to meteorologist, david murphy for an update on that. david. >> fortunately the rain is departing at this point matt at least for now. you can see that there's almost a blank slate on radar, a couple showers popping to
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the north, the northern and western suburbs and another one skirting the coast. biggest issue is that it's cloudy and cool, 52 degrees, a little breezy beneath the clouds and feeling chilly. this afternoon staying in the 50. we'll see a high of 58 and another round of spotty showers is possible during the afternoon hours. then clouds, bits of rain tomorrow, 59. a few periods of rain again on friday, matt, but drying for the most part over the weekend. >> thanks, david. donald trump is now the presumptive republican nominee and a new poll shows how he stacks up against hillary clinton. the details on that coming up today on "action news" at noon. plus we're following the investigation into why a philadelphia police officer shot and killed a man overnight. er? me renner the actor is on live with kelly and... jeremy renner the actor is liflive
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>> it's "live! with kelly & michael." today, from the new film "captain america: civil war," jeremy renner. and "dancing with the stars" judge carrie ann inaba. plus, don't forget to log on to livekellyandmichaelnow.com to vote, play, and be part of today's show. all next on "live." [captioning made possible by isney-abc domestic television] >> and now, here are emmy award-winning co-hosts kelly ripa and michael strahan.

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