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good morning, america. chaos at the convention. ted cruz defiant. refuses to endorse donald trump. >> vote your conscience, vote for candidates up and down the ticket who you trust. >> booed on stage. his wife heidi escorted out by security as trump's running mate mike pence makes his pitch. >> when donald trump becomes president of the united states of america, the change will be huge. >> now all eyes on trump. opening up in an abc news exclusive about melania's speech and how he'll make his case to the nation tonight. >> people are tired of what's going on. they're tired. they're sick and tired of what's going on. >> we're live from cleveland inside the convention hall as trump prepares for the speech of his life.
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a new shocking police shooting sparking outrage overnight. a 47-year-old therapist gunned down, his hands in the air lying on his back. his patient with autism sitting nearby. what the victim is saying this morning from his hospital bed. california to new jersey on alert this morning for what could be the hottest temperatures in years. topping 100 degrees. the president issues a warning as the life-threatening heat wave moves east. >> announcer: live from cleveland, ohio, this is a special edition of "good morning america." "your voice, your vote," the republican national convention. and good morning, america. from cleveland we know it's hot for so many of you today and, boy, was it hot in this convention hall last night. the most electric moment yet of this convention. >> yeah, let's take a look at it. former candidate ted cruz booed offstage after he refused to publicly endorse donald trump and trump watching it all from the wings. >> trump walked in in those last few seconds of the cruz speech
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after cruz said not vote for donald trump but vote for condiabetes. he knew what he was doing and trying to stare him down a little bit and it wasn't his only dramatic entrance of the day. check this out, as well. he actually buzzed a ted cruz rally with his plane right there. he knew what he was doing there, as well. it was all about the entrances this week for donald trump so far. we remember that smoke on monday night. >> yes, hard to forget. >> tonight the most important one he's got to give that speech and when i sat -- went to his suite yesterday to talk about this in our interview he seemed ready for it but knows it's a big challenge. >> what kind of mood was he in. >> pretty great. pretty mellow for donald trump. i think he's been enjoying this week but there has been a lot of controversy on this convention floor. >> there certainly has and tom llamas has been standing by for all of it there for it last night. good morning to you. >> reporter: amy, good morning to you. i was right there just steps from senator ted cruz when he entered there was an extended standing ovation.
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the crowd was loving his speech every moment of it until they realized this speech was not about donald trump. overnight, an incredible moment at the republican national convention. senator ted cruz launching a one-man mutiny not endorsing trump and getting booed offstage. >> and god bless the united states of america. >> reporter: the problem started when cruz said this -- >> stand and speak and vote your conscience, vote for candidates up and down the ticket who you trust to defend our freedom and to be faithful to the constitution. >> reporter: the new york delegation leading the charge against cruz with boos and chants of we want trump. >> we want trump, we want trump. >> i appreciate the enthusiasm of the new york delegation. >> reporter: the boos then
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spreading to other states and as cruz faced down a tidal wave of hecklers, donald trump entering the convention hall. cruz making a quick exit. this video shows cruz's wife heidi in the yellow dress forced to leave the convention floor as things started to get ugly. the headline this morning, "civil war." trump supporters like governor chris christie were sickened by the speech. >> it was an awful, selfish speech by someone who tonight through the words he said on that stage showed everybody why he has richly earned the reputation he has on capitol hill. >> reporter: cruz who we caught up with last night disagrees. >> i feel very encouraged by the very warm reception. >> reporter: cruz's day of reckoning at the convention follows a long year where he faced endless taunts from trump. >> you know i say he walks in with a bible held high, he walks in, it's lying ted, bible held
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up, puts it down and then he starts to lie. >> reporter: with all this bad blood why did the trump campaign let him take the stage? trump tweeting, wow, ted cruz got booed off the stage, didn't honor the pledge. i saw his speech two hours early but let him speak anyway. no big deal. donald trump jr. explaining his dad wasn't going to prevent a fellow republican from speaking. >> you see this room, when people like to make the story and create the dialogue about disun t. the best unity i saw was everyone booing him off the stage. >> reporter: trump's youngest eric took his turn on stage last night delivering an impassioned speech on behalf of his father despite repeated technical glitches which left him speaking in front of a dark screen. >> vote for the candidate who can't be bought, sold, purchased, bribed, coerced, intimidated or steered from the path that is right and just and true. [ cheers and applause ] and, quite frankly, friends, vote for the one candidate who
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does not need this job. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: the cruz party foul overshadowing governor mike pence's powerful and endearing speech to the convention. >> we have but one choice and that man is ready. this team is ready. our party is ready and when we elect donald trump, the 45th president of the united states, together we will make america great again. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: and the night ending on an awkward moment. watch as donald trump tries to give mike pence an air kiss. those air kisses can always be a little awkward. let's get back to that cruz moment after the convention last night hillary clinton took to twitter essentially quoting cruz's speech saying vote your conscience and early this morning ted cruz sending out a note to supporters, a
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fund-raising e-mail. amy and george. >> looking ahead. let's admit air kisses are always awkward here with our political team and get to last night and a lot more in a minute. right now to my exclusive interview with donald trump. he opened up about that firestorm over melania's speech. what he needs to do tonight and how it felt to be over the top by his kids. take us back to that moment, all your kids up there putting you over the top. >> congratulations, dad. we love you. >> reporter: more proud of them or yourself. >> maybe more proud of them. it was so beautiful to see and the arena was unbelievable, the excitement. >> how do you keep it going? what's the job you have to do. >> i'm talking about trade. i'm talking about law and order and talking about borders. i'll be talking about many different thing, our country has a lot of problems. we're weak in so many different ways and i think i'll be basically using the same message and giving the same message, george, that i've been talking about for a long time. >> we haven't heard a lot of your big applause lines at your convention so far. nothing about the ban on muslim
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immigration. >> there has to be a temporary ban. >> nothing about the border wall paid by mexico. >> we'll build a wall. we have to. we have to. >> are you going to talk about that -- >> you'll be hearing a lost things tomorrow. i vrnths spoken yet. >> speech done? >> just about, yeah, just about. >> a lot of people here think you're going to have to evolve as you go into the general election. that's what newt gingrich told me. do you buy that? >> look, i am who i am. i'm a very honest person. i think that my message is a good message. it got me here. we had almost 14 million votes. that's more votes than anybody in the history of the republican party. there's something happening, george, and people are tired of what's going on. they're tire -- sick and tired of what's going on. >> you plowed through the primary field but what's the unfinished business for the gener general? >> 60% still think you're unqualified. how do you bring that down. >> i think i'm very qualified but don't forget hillary is spending hundreds of millions on ads. you know what i spent so far?
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nothing, nothing. i -- >> not till after her convention. >> i don't want to waste money this early. like a racehorse. a racehorse way back and -- i'm not looking to do anything now but we're raising a lot of money, 51 million last month and i put in a lot of money. i'm over 60 million i put in. i spent 3.8 million last month. >> are you going to spend more -- >> oh, yeah, this is an important thing for the country. >> how about this speech by melania? we learned today someone who works for you, meredith mciver, offered her resignation. why not accept it? weren't you angry? >> she's been with me a long time, a good person. she came to see me she hated to see the conflict and she made a mistake and you know, people make mistakes. you've made mistakes. we all make mistakes and i think it's terrific how she came forward and say, look, it was a mistake i made and she thought it was unfair to melania although interesting the press
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treated her well because they didn't think it was her. >> how is she handling all this? >> it's a different world. you know, it's a different world. who would ever think that to this extent no matter where you move, no matter where you breathe it's like a big deal but she handles it well. she is a strong woman. she is a good woman. i thought she made an incredible speech and i thought -- >> she had that hall. >> she had that hall. totally had that hall and now that cloud is lifted off her which is terrific because it was very unfair. i think it was very unfair although i will say the media, they did not think she had actually think she had anything to do with it. >> amazing entrance, emerged out of the smoke and the helicopter today. how do you top it? >> you're going to stay tuned and be there. you will definitely be there. i'm not looking for entrance, george. i'm looking for a good, really a good grouping of words that's going to talk about our country and the problems that we have. we have deep problems. we have really deep-seated problems so it's not about the
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entrance. it's about the words and it's about getting the words done and the only way we're going to get that taken care of is we have to in november do very well. >> i was with you the day you announced. little more than a year ago. did you ever believe on that day you'd be standing here right now as the nominee of the republican party. >> you know, george, this is beyond what i would have even assumed. but people have asked me the question and i guess the answer has to be yes or i don't think i would have done it. i mean i don't play to lose so i assume i thought somewhere deep down that i was going to do well. >> still thinks he's going to win in november as well. big night for him tonight. we will talk about that and all the drama last night as well with our political team donna brazile, matthew dowd and jon karl. and, jon, that was a few hours before ted cruz came out, didn't endorse. you saw the anger on donald trump's face when he walked in to that hall last night. he knew exactly what he was doing. but this drama is not what they wanted last night. >> look, it completely
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overshadows a very strong speech and a unifying speech by mike pence. it overshadows a very strong speech by his son eric trump. but donald trump knew this would happen. ted cruz spoke to him on monday and told him he would not be endorsing him. they had the speech at least two hours before cruz took that stage. >> so, matt, is ted cruz an outlier or is the republican party that divided? >> well, to me this was political theater at its finest. almost shakes sparian in the course of it and i think differently. it's like julius caesar but donald trump turned it around and instead of et tu, brute, it was cry havoc and let slip the dogs of war. this is his party and ted cruz walked into his party and turned over the chairs. >> unified party? >> no, george, first of all, there's a large park called freedom plaza and last night donald trump should have said, ted, why don't you go to freedom plaza and give that speech. this is a battle for the soul of the party at a time when donald
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trump needs the party behind him so he can pivot the party last night, basically is not ready. >> we saw hillary clinton taking advantage of that in her tweet of what happened last night with cruz. >> who knew that hillary clinton can tweet at the proper time? >> donald trump will get a bump from last night's events. he will get a bump -- >> we've been replaying the primary. it starts with john kasich and ends here with a fight with ted cruz. i mean, this is not a unifying convention. >> and a vanquished foe is laying on the stage. that's going to benefit donald trump. >> in the long term it may benefit donald trump but when you need the entire republican party unified to go into the general election, they're walking out of this convention -- >> 90% are behind him. >> not ready to reach -- >> actually coming into tonight, coming into the week about 82%. you're banking on -- >> yes. >> let's talk about what he needs to do tonight. so far in the convention we've heard from his kids about him, not from too many -- we haven't
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heard too much about what he's going to do as president. what are the big three things he needs to do in this speech tonight. >> the total success of a convention is going to be -- is bound by tonight. either rise or fall in a convention based on the speech of the nominee of the party tonight. the pressure is all on donald trump in the course of this. i think it's less of a series of specific issues but more question be genuine and make a turn to where people start seeing him, not republican, i think that's done and moving on as to independent voters out of there, can he begin to bring a message that i see him in the oval office. >> jon karl, can he do that and still fire up his base with those signature lines we showed that worked for him in the primary. >> donald trump knows that this is the most important speech of this convention, the most important speech of the campaign, the most important speech of his political life and the challenge here is being able to do that. he has been practicing this, george, i am told for weeks. donald trump doesn't do a lot of practicing of anything. he has been working on this practicing it. he wants america to be able to
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look up there and envision him as president of the united states. >> stop preaching to the choir because that's what the republicans like to do. start looking at the congregation. if he can get away from the t e teleprompter and tell america here's how we solve problem, otherwise i won't be seen as a problem solver but somebody who starts problems. >> does he try to appeal to independents tonight. >> he has to. he has to turn as donna said turn the choir to the pews. >> thanks, guys. you'll all be here with us. >> the democratic convention kicks off on monday and hillary clinton is expected to announce her rupps mate any day now. abc's cecilia vega has the latest on all of that in miami and, cecilia, we have heard a lot of names mentioned over the past few weeks but clinton does appear to be narrowing her list. >> reporter: well, it seems like she's narrowing the list, amy, but i'll tell you this process has been shrouded in secrecy. hillary clinton in recent days has met with a number of her top
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contenders and sources tell me recent events here at home and abroad had her shift her focus in terms of what she's looking for and now looking for someone with a significant amount of national security experience, so let's talk about many so of these names. right now among the possible picks labor secretary tom perez, agriculture secretary tom vilsack, he is a longtime clinton friend. but, amy, this morning the name that seems to be rising to the top of the pack is virginia senator tim kaine. he is on the senate armed services committee and foreign relations committee, amy, he also speaks spanish. that's a huge plus for hillary clinton in terms of that latino demographic she wants to win going into november. >> all right, cecilia, what about the timing? what can we expect to hear something from hillary on this? >> reporter: we're told she could appear with whoever her pick ends up being right here in florida at some point over the next couple of days. would be a big rally likely friday, maybe saturday, amy. right before the democratic
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convention, for sure. >> all right, cecilia vega, thank you so much. thousand to some breaking news affecting the summer olympics. a major setback for russia in the wake of a widespread doping scandal. today the highest ames court in international sports upheld a decision banning the russian track and field team from the rio games next month ruling that a collective ban is valid analysts say it increases the likelihood that the international olympic committee will ban all russian athletes from the summer games and that decision could come sunday. russian president vladimir putin has warned banning russia from the games could split the entire olympic movement. and, well, this is a turn just when you thought the pokemon go craze couldn't get bigger, it did. 9,000 players invaded san francisco for a pokemon crawl featuring food and drink specials and dance parties. the organizer had a good tip for players warning them not to run into trees and parking meters, always, always good to remember that. the game continues to raise safety concern, however, take a look at this in baltimore. video from a police body camera
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shows an suv crashing into a parked police cruiser. the driver admits he was not paying attention because he was playing pokemon go and look at this. in new jersey a woman actually got stuck up in a tree trying to catch a pokemon. we are not making this up. >> hey, you have to be making this up. >> i'm not making it up, george. >> okay. i thought it was crazy here in the convention. okay, back to ginger in new york. boy, this heat is something. >> george, amy, perhaps we can stop pokemon go with this because you're not going to want to go outdoors and catch any pokemon. the heat advisories, when it gets to dangerous levels so the heat anyone has highlighted in pinning from illinois, minnesota, iowa. it's not just the numbers in the 90s, but the dewpoint in the mid to upper 70s, that heat dome moves east we get it here by saturday afternoon. first the uv index brought to you by am zone echo. >> reporter: good morning,
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everybody, we have a good start to the day, let's go outside and show you what it looks like. looking live at the airport. feeling stick in in philadelphia, but the dewpoints are drop in the city, and it won't be too bad. today is a day of transition, starting to heat up. we're in tomorrow, chance of nighttime strong storm.
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>> reporter: good morning, everyone, we have a nice morning for this time of the year. bright and sunny, the humidity not too bad, a little sticky in philadelphia. we'll heat things up this afternoon, high ever 90 degrees. tomorrow, hot and humid, 95 degrees for the high with a chance for a late-day strong thunderstorm. look at the weekend, saturday, hot, 98 degrees, sunday, hot and we turn up the humidity, as well. 95. monday, 99 that would be record heat. it's going to feel like 100. seven day forecast matt everyday in the 90s. >> jim gardner and sarah bloomquist will be there for the
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welcome back to "gma." we're here in cleveland for the convention. look at the scene last night. that's heidi cruz, the wife of ted cruz having to be escorted out when he got booed for refusing to endorse donald trump and all eyes on donald trump preparing to give the speech of his life. he says i'm going to be the man that i always have been. tonight i'll talk about the things that got me here. we will see him tonight a little after 10:00. life-threatening heat wave. more than 100 million preparing for dangerous temperatures. california to new jersey on alert this morning as that heat moves east and one of the most powerful men in all of media, roger ailes, appears to be on his way out at fox news. abc news has learned ailes is negotiating the terms of a possible exit amid allegations
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he sexually aha rased current and former employees. he denies those charges. here at the convention here's another moment to watch for tonight, it happens at just about every convention, the kiss, there's donald and melania right there. will they have a big kiss tonight? we've seen it before at conventions, most famously back in 2000. i thought we had a picture of al gore -- >> oh, yeah. >> the long, long kiss. see what they do. >> hopefully it's better than his air kiss with mike pence. a lot of news to get to and begin with that major outrage after a behavioral therapist was shot by an officer after he held his hands in the air lying on the ground. his patient with autism sitting nearby. gio benitez has more on this. good morning to you, gio. >> reporter: good morning to you. that new video taking social media by storm overnight. the unarmed black behavioral therapist shot by politician on the streets of miami and police say it all started when they got a call about a man threatening suicide.
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watch just moments before the shooting, you can see 47-year-old charles kinsey, his hands raised in the air, the video released overnight by his lawyer. kinsey in the yellow shirt works at an assisted living facility. and the man at his feet is a 23-year-old with autism. who ran away from the group home. listen as kinsey talks to police. >> all he has is a toy truck in his hand. a toy truck. i am a behavior therapist at a group home. >> reporter: kinsey tries to calm the young man with autism. >> renaldo, please be still, renaldo. sit down, renaldo. lay on your stomach, renaldo. >> reporter: at one point an officer shoots kinsey and speaks from his hospital bed recounting what he told that officer. >> i'm telling you again, sir, no need for firearm. i'm unarmed. he's autistic guy. he got a toy truck in his hand. when he hit me i'm like i still
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got my hands in the air. i just got shot and i'm standing there, sir, why did you shoot me? and his words to me, he said, i don't know. >> reporter: video of the actual shooting hasn't been released. but this is the moment right after. >> like please don't shoot me. >> reporter: overnight outside the hospital where he is recovering people protesting the shooting. and this morning kinsey is expected to make a full recovery. the north miami police department has placed the officer on administrative leave and the local state attorney's office is investigating, amy. >> gio, this is so hard for people to get their heads around after all that has happened. had the police there admitted that now they know this was a therapist and his patient. where does this investigation go? >> yeah, absolutely. they acknowledge he's an alf employee and the other is a young man with autism and that's why, amy, this will be a very serious investigation. a lot of people asking how could this happen? >> a lot of people, gio. all right, thank you. >> boy, that is just
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inexplicable. to the campaign money trail. here in cleveland some gop's biggest donors are holding back support from donald trump and our chief investigative correspondent brian ross with the latest. >> reporter: good morning, george. good morning to you. new figures out show so far in the general election cycle the trump campaign has not spent a single dollar on television ad time compared to the clinton campaign's $35 million. it's another sign of the uncharacteristic money problems the republicans are facing with trump as their nominee as they step up efforts to woo america's super rich donors. high above the convention floor here every night is what the republicans call club 45. fine wines, whiskey and hot hors d'oeuvres for the big money people being asked to spend millions of dollars to help make donald trump the 45th president. it's a place where reporters are not welcome. >> this is a closed private event. can you please take out the
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cameras. thank you. >> this is unfortunately the system we have. it's funded by private interests. >> reporter: of all the big republican donors to come to cleveland, none is being more highly courted than the man getting out of this black car, sheldon adelson, a billionaire casino owner from las vegas whose private security guards tried to block our cameras on a public street outside his downtown hotel. >> okay, you need to go across the street. >> reporter: the 82-year-old adelson says he may spend up to $100 million to get trump elected. if so, it will be to help get commercials like this one on the air. >> there is no way to -- >> reporter: produced by rebuilding america now, a so-called super pac political action committee. the super pac has some ten such anti-clinton tv spots ready to go but not yet enough money for a major tv time buy. >> i would love to have more money. if you want to know somebody who will give it -- >> reporter: you need that to buy the time for the ad, right?
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>> yes, sir, we need the money desperately. >> reporter: under a full moon it's been a strange week for the usually buttoned up republicans. a lot fewer donors and poorly attended after-parties. ♪ >> reporter: even when a crowd shows up, it's not always the party they wanted it to be. the band at this event, third eye blind went far off message to accuse the republicans of fearmongering drawing boos from the crowd. [ booing ] >> you can boo all you want but i'm [ bleep ] -- >> i don't get intimidated if i feel like i'm coming from a good place. >> reporter: between now and the general election more than 7 billion is expected to be raised and spent and they're hardly alone in questions to woo super rich donors as we'll see next week when we follow the money trail to the well oil the clinton fund-raising machine in philadelphia. >> we know you'll be knocking on those door, thank you very much. >> thanks, brian. coming up next in our big
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board, what stopped hundreds of southwest flights across the country. how will the heat wave affect your country. the zika alert. are we seeing the first case of local transmission in the u.s. celebrities starting to line up for next week's democratic national convention. who is in and who is out? our insiders join us in just two minutes. ...clear for take off. see ya! when you're living with diabetes. steady is exciting. oh this is living baby! only glucerna has carbsteady, to help minimize blood sugar spikes.
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board and more of today's top stories. our whole team of insiders standing by including matt dowd right here with me. you're back in a minute with us. first we want to get to that computer fwlich that left hundreds of southwest air mine flights and passengers grounded all across the nation. a lot took to twitter with their complaints and happened as an intense heat wave is set to grip the country. it could affect travel over the next few days. george h george hobica joins us with
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this. >> this is not rare and happened before to southwest and happened about four types in the last few years to united and american airlines. it happens a lot more than you might think. >> well, i mean how does this happen, george, in this day and age in 2016 a computer glitch or whatever, a snafu, whatever they're saying and how can it be prevented? >> amy, you'd think that the airlines would have their act together but their technology is so ole and been losing money for many years, and they haven't invested in technology enough. if you ever go to an airport you see they're clicking on -- old-fashioned keyboards and don't even have a mouse to move around. like 1960s technology. >> how much of a difference is the heat wave going to make with travel? >> believe it or not, after a certain temperature, airplanes cannot take off for aerodynamic reasons or engines don't function the same way and have to have a longer runway and may cancel flights and/or kick people off planes to make it lighter so it can take off. >> all right. now to florida wh
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health department officials are investigating what could be the first case of locally spread zika virus in the continental united states and dr. richard besser joins us now from outside the cdc and, rich, it's believed that the patient in question has not traveled anywhere outside of the united states so ruled out other factors so what does this mean for the spread of zika? >> well, you know, if the infection wasn't picked up by travel and if it wasn't picked up by having sex with someone who traveled, it could represent the first case of zika that was spread locally from a mosquito. this issing that local public health has been look for and we have the mosquito that can transmit it in many parts of the country. hopefully with aggressive action they'll prevent further spread. >> what are they doing about this, the florida department of health? >> well, you know, they're doing a lot more investigative work to determine whether or not it was spread by mosquitoes or some other way. i talked to cdc and consulting
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on that. they're taking aggressive action and taken steps to reduce mosquitoes by spraying. they're testing more mosquitoes. they're passing out zika prevention kits with condoms and repel apartment and information sheets. hopefully those step also help reduce spread if it's being spread by a local mosquito. >> how alarmed are you by this? >> this is something we expected and, you know, it's a good time, a good reminder for people, use repel apartment if you're in areas where mosquito are spreading. make sure your screens are repaired and get rid of any free standing water that could breed more. those things could help. >> what are you saying about travel now as we head into the summer both here in the united states and overseas? >> well, you know, if you're going south to brazil and the olympic games it's a low season for mosquito. if you're going to the southern united states, if you're going to the caribbean, it's high time for mosquitoes so you have to look to see where you're going and take proper precautions. there are things can you do to reduce your risk and, remember, it's all about protecting
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pregnant women. for other people, this is a very minor infection. >> okay, thank you, rich. thanks for joining us today. now as we wind down here in cleveland the republican convention a lot of celebs like lena dunham and demi lovato announcing they'll speak at the democratic national convention next week and matthew dowd is here with u. as well. always a little, you know, arms war, arms race with the celebrities at the conventions. who is wining? >> well, i think we're seeing a celebritization of our culture and politics in the course of this and fascinated by four years ago we had a politician sarah palin become a reality tv star celebrity. now this year we have a reality tv star celebrity becoming a politician and leader of the gop primary. i think it has two effects. a multiplier effect. they have celebrities and a large audience and able to spread your message wider. the second thing unlike a lot of us who are very interested in politic, there's a lot of voters out there who connect only in different ways and not necessarily through the intensity of some sub stand stiff and celebrity allows them,
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the politicians to get in the living room in a different way of passive voters. >> can it be warned? having a celebrity endorse you sometimes creates a negative effect. >> one can be that you become part of the hollywood culture and for the working class, middle class folks out there they don't want you to be part of the hollywood culture but saw an insententance in 2012 speaki an empty chair. was not well received and didn't help the convention process at all. >> completely ad-libbed that speech. nobody knew what was coming. kind of amazing. how about political star power, though. one of the things we've seen at the republican convention, the trump family were stars every single night capped off by donald trump, very different at the democratic convention next week. you'll have the president of the united states, the first lady of the united states, the vice president, former president bill clinton, they've got the political stars out there. >> oh i think it's a huge dramatic difference as you say. the democrats, it's all political leadership and people that have practiced their entire
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life in politics. for the republicans now it's a family that's never been in politics this way who have become part of the celebrity culture and presented themselves as the new leadership to take on the old traditional political style of the country. >> very different. >> yeah. >> thanks very much. >> matt, thanks. thanks to dr. besser and george, as well. coming up next, kissing at the convention. could a lip lock on stage make or break a campaign? and what will happen when donald trump and melania take the stage tonight? we'll be right back.
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>> really, robach. >> t.j. holmes is here about how a kiss or lack thereof can affect a campaign? >> i've gotten a lot of strange assignments from "gma" as y'all know but, t.j., we want you to cover is kissing at the convention. just as i was about to pucker up you realize every moment on that stage can be make or break for these campaigns and they're important but are they even orchestrated? ♪ >> reporter: of course, voters are not picking candidates based on how they kiss their spouses but candidate kisses have become some of the most watched and memorable moments at conventions and the candidates' strategies vary. mike pence went with a hug and kiss method with his wife but saved some love for mom, as well. donald trump went with an understated popular kiss on the cheek same used by president bush and president obama back in 2008. both presidents stepped it up the second time around. bush locked lips with laura in
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2004. obama went for both cheeks in 2008. vp joe biden has sidestepped a spooch and just wanted to hug it out. president clinton kept it classy with a peck on hill re's hand. these moments might not all be organic when preparing to announce his candidacy last year, ted cruz actually practiced how he'd kiss his wife. >> people are looking for presidential candidates they can relate to. for folks that have spouses, of course, there's always moments when things have gotten awkward. >> awkward? that brings us to vice president al gore. this kiss at the 20 th00 broke h tradition. we're not used to seeing candidates make out. >> we just wanted to put that in. >> still awkward by the way. >> we're here making fun of it as well we should be but that kiss right there in 2000 made a huge difference, remember, it was all coming out of the monica lewinsky scandal.
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a lot of questions about the clinton white house and al gore and tipper gore took it upon themselves to prove their bond was real. that was a very real moment. i think he jumped eight points that night. >> also he was the guy at the time as we know who was stiff. they were like this guy can't be off the cuff. he's too robotic and that showed right there that he was willing to go for it. >> people want to see authenticity. that's a way to do it. can you be trusted. >> do they practice these thing, george. >> you know, until i saw that ted cruz thing i had never seen a practice before. >> wow. well, apparently they do. >> marriage folks have to practice sometimes. >> out of t.j.'s mouth. when we come back the very latest on the day's big headlines and we have some diet sabotages? could your salad have as much fat as a cheeseburger? apparently, yes. ♪ it's a tangle of multiple symptoms. ♪
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>> hi, everyone, i'm matt o'donnell, 7:56 thursday, july 21. matt pellman looking at the super highway m. >> reporter: yeah it's not so super this morning matt o'donnell in bucks county the southbound side of route 1. we had a vehicle fire 413 and an accident on i-95. fire crews on the scene and the right lane is blocked. if you're coming southbound come i-95 instead of route 1. in falls township we have a flipped over truck blocking some of the ramps connecting 13 southbound with tyburn road. on the boulevard southbound by rising sun everything reopened. wissahickon avenue blocked because of an overnight crash. we have delays on the septa regional rails, 15 minute delays on the inbound west trenton
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lines. we're leading up to some scorchers later this weekend. that's a live picture of center city philadelphia. david is off, karen rogers has accuweather. irrelevance a day of transition -- it's a day of transition today, we're heating up today. it will be hot, 90 degrees, bright sunshine today, too. tomorrow you feel it. it's not only hotter, 95, but humid, as well. chance of an isolated strong storm. saturday, hot, breezy, 98 degrees. sunday, we turn up the humidity, the heat comes down a nudge 95. monday, we're talking a heat index of 99 and heat index at 106. >> computer issues are causing long lines at the southwest airline terminals across the country. the airline is trying to fix the
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. chaos at the convention. ted cruz defiant, refuses to endorse donald trump. the former candidate loudly booed from the convention floor. as donald's son eric takes center stage to make the case for his father. >> vote for the candidate who can't be bought, sold, purchased, bribed, coerced, intimidated or steered from the path that is right and just and true. >> vp candidate mike pence makes his pitch. >> the change will be huge. >> we have the latest from the cleveland before donald and ivanka trump both take the stage tonight. brave fight. actress shannen doherty revealing the next steps in her breast cancer battle. the emotional moments when she shaved her head and how her honesty is helping others on that same journey, dr. ashton
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here with the latest. ♪ wake me up could dishes you think are healthy ruin your die yet the sides with as much fat as a burger. what to know before you pick up your lunch. ♪ also this morning, missy elliott crashes michelle obama's carpool. get ready for the ride of your life. ♪ get ur freak on >> all that and get ready to laugh. keegan-michael key here live as we say -- >> good morning, america. i'm keegan. nice to see you. and good morning, america. we are live from cleveland this morning. we know you got a heat wave all across the country but, amy, you're freezing. >> it is so cold here. i have a blanket wrapped around my legs right now? it'll heat up here tonight. >> yes, it is. >> fourth and final day here at
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the republican convention. donald trump's biggest speech. biggest of his life in we have a lot going on in new york. we know sara, jesse and ginger are in times square at our studio there and tory johnson as well with "deals & steals" for people on the go this summer starting at just $6 and over 70% off. >> and jesse is going to talk to becky worley about the salad bar. >> yes. >> not as healthy as you think sometimes and they're going to go through how you can make it healthy for you, how it may not be helping your diet if you do it wrong. first the morning rundown. >> we begin with drama in cleveland overnight. ted cruz taking the stage in front of the convention crowd and the crowd growing furious and booing him off that stage. things got so ugly cruz's wife had to be escorted off the convention floor. abc's tom llamas was there and has more on all the fallout this morning. tom, good morning. >> reporter: amy, good morning. what a night last night. senator ted cruz getting booed off the stage as donald trump was entering the convention hall. now, cruz entered to a very warm
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reception, a standing ovation, people were loving his speech. until they realized cruz was not talking about donald trump and he would not be endorsing him. the new york delegation started with chants of "we want trump" and then the boos started and cruz faced down a tidal wave of hecklers. this was the moemths when the crowd turned on cruz. >> stand and speak and vote your conscience. vote for candidates up and down the ticket. >> reporter: last night george also spoke with donald trump and he asked him how excerpts from michelle obama's speech made it into melania's speech on monday night. >> and she made a mistake and, you know, people make mistakes. you've made mistakes. we all make mistakes. i thought it was terrific how she came forward and said, look, it was a mistake i made and she thought it was very unfair to melania. >> reporter: i spoke with eric trufrm who tells me his dad has been working on this speech and it'll be a big moment.
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we'll have to see. amy. >> thanks. as trump prepares for the biggest speech of his life there are signs he may abandon a long-held foreign policy and tells "the new york times" if elected he would not automatically defend nato allies if they are attacked by russia. trump says the allies would need to fulfill their financial obligations if they want america's help. a developing story from australia, what is being called an attempted terror attack. police say a man drove a car packed with gas containers into the parking garage of a sydney police station. those containers did not explode but police say the man was burned and he is now in custody. russia could be one step closer to being banned from the sum irolympics because of that doping scandal. an appeals court today upheld a ruling that bans the russian track and field team from the rio games next month. analysts say that decision could influence the international olympic committee to ban all russian athletes. an accused killer that escaped from a courthouse in florida has now been captured.
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police say two men helped dayonte resiles escape by coughing into hi cell phone to signal the getaway driver, resiles was found overnight at a hotel about 50 miles away. and finally, the photo of a lifetime. even though it's only been a year since amateur photographer john good. rich started taking pictures of whales he managed to take the best one ever. not only did he capture a 40-to the humpback whale leaping out of the water, he also managed to catch that whale with the watchers on a boat looking in the opposite direction, missing the entire thing so, you know, they can look at his photo but it's pretty incredible. he's 52 years old and does this as a hobby and pretty much caught the photo of a lifetime. >> i don't know. >> we can't see the photo but at home can and it's really great. i saw it earlier. let's move over to "pop news" and sara has the latest. >> i'd want my money back if i missed that big moment. don't you think? time for "pop news." the ultimate royal teamup,
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prince harry and sir elton john joining forces this morning to co-host a special panel at the 2016 international aids conference in durbin, south africa drawing attention to an important conversation about the epidemic. a couple of days ago harry livestreamed himself getting tested for hiv to raise awareness. and next up, behind the scenes of gigi hadid's "vogue" cover shoot. she covered the august issue with ashton eaten swapping the runway for the sidewalk. she struts the streets in some seriously sequin couture, try to say that three times fast even stopping at my favorite in-n-out burger for some high fashion fast food. if gigi can have a cheeseburger could can everyone else. it hits newsstands july 26th. more of it on vogue.com. whenever i go to in and out, i cut the bun on the burger so i can have the milk shake. even swap. >> she said eat clean to stay fit. eat a cheeseburger to stay sane, i believe.
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>> you heard it from ging. this just in, three word, hustle and flotus. michelle obama showed off serious wrrapping skills when missny elliott surprised us on "carpool karaoke" airing late, late last night and listen up, the first lady of the united states nows all the words to get ur freak on. here's proof. ♪ oh missy putting it down on the hottest round i tell your mother what ♪ ♪ listen to me now i'm like 20 rounds and if you want it you got it come on and get me now ♪ that biggie biggie bounce ♪ ♪ i swish, swish my style >> i want to ride if that car. were they riding around the white house grounds there. >> yeah, they can't. boy, james corden is funny. >> that was great. we have a look at what's coming up next on the "gma morning menu." actress shannen doherty is sharing her fight against breast cancer. her raw and revealing pictures, dr. ashton here with the latest medical advances. then it's "deals & steals"
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provide a glimpse into her treatment and just how challenging it's been. raw, revealing and real. this morning, actress shannen doherty sharing her brave fight against breast cancer with the world with a series of emotional instagram posts. starting with this picture of her newly shaved head. then five mourdock manying the process. in some joined by her mother and a friend. the 45-year-old best known for her roles on the hit '90s teen drama "90210" and "charmed," revealed her diagnosis last year after filing an ongoing lawsuit against her former management company claiming they failed to pay a health insurance invoice delaying her diagnosis. in a statement to abc news, the company says the claim that tanner mainstain caused doherty to be uninsured prevented her from seeking medical care or somehow contributed to her cancer is patently false.
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doherty also opened up about her illness on "the dr. oz show" in february. >> you worry pose about the people you love and about making sure that they're going to be okay. so i'm already going to cry. so for me that was the hardest part. >> reporter: now the actress sharing more of this difficult journey. >> shannen doherty sharing that series of photos on tuesday night really seemed to resonate with her followers. it seems like they really appreciated her being so candid about the process. >> reporter: now, that photo of doherty's fully shaved head received more than 2,000 comments supporting and encouraging her and posted a few photos of other things her friend brought to cheer up with, a cupcake tin. very important, amy. >> it sure is. dr. jen ashton our chief women's health correspondent is joining
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us now from new york with more. when you are battling cancer, you are dealing with so much and it seems like maybe a frivolous thing but your appearance is a huge part of going through cancer treatments and losing your hair is significant. i know mine started falling out after 21 days. every cancer is different. all treatments are different but what can people expect when they're going through this. >> it is incredibly emotional. you know, mostly for women but, of course, for men too who go through this. and really it depends on what keep therapeutic agent is used. it can start anywhere from two to three weeks after the first chemo. the maximum kind of baldness period, if you will, can last on average about five months and no question, this is incredibly emotional and upsetting for people. >> yeah, i mean no one wants to look like a cancer patient when you're going through it so there are a lot of remedies out there. i know i took buy continue. what can women do when they're going through this to try to make sure they look their best so they can feel their best.
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>> that's kind of the good news. more options than ever and really run the gamut. you talked about a cool cap. there is one called the digni top. topical botanicals they can apply to the scalp. oral supplements, certain shampoos, of course, very stylish scarve, hat, wigs and then a lot of people just embrace the bald and it's really about what's right for you. >> yeah, no, it's a beautiful thing and you don't want anyone to not get the treatment they need because they're upset about how they might look and people do make those decisions and it's not just the hair. there are a lot of other physical side effects to go through these treatments. >> that's the big push in cancer care, the survivorship, if you will. we've gotten good at treating the cancer. now it's about quality of life and treating the whole woman so, for example, there is a new treatment called thermiva fda cleared procedure in dermatology used off label in gynecology to help women suffering from painful intercourse if they experience a chemotherapy induced menopause, doctors and
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patients getting some good results, it's being studied right now so more options than ever. >> that is certainly good news. jen ashton, thank you, as always. we appreciate it. coming up next we're going to be talking about whether or not your salad could be ruining your diet. the sides racking up calories and fat and the portions you should actually have. that's next when we come back.
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and back now, surprise diet sabotage. this morning it's all about salads and how those sides you may think are healthy could actually be ruining your diet. abc's becky worley has the scoop. ♪ >> reporter: it's a garden of eden in the middle of your supermarket. right? hmm, maybe half right, half wrong. first question, true or false, if it's on the salad bar it's always low calorie?
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false. this salad is around 400 calories. but you put fewer vegetables more fats, a preteen from the hot bar, hello, fried chicken and you add in white dressing. >> i'm thinking it's somewhere in the calorie range of 800 calories. and i would think that it would be comparable to what's under here. so here we have a fried crispy chicken salad and a side sandwich. >> that's incredible. okay, next up in our salad bar game show. true or false a scoop or two of yummy premade salads is okay. i'm eating way less fat than if i had a sandwich or burger, right? sorry, no, we bought a few of these and sent them to a lab to be analyzed. >> premade salad, a scoop won't hurt me. >> one is 19 grams of fat and 106% of your daily value for fat. >> reporter: in case you need a visual. >> that's as much fat in a fast food cheeseburger.
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>> reporter: it's not just fat, sugar can creep in too. final question, a scoop of dried cranberry, ten of these candied nuts and a modest portion of fat-free dressing adds multiple choice here. how many grams of sugar? >> this is 25 grams of sugar. >> wow. >> these are things you would just drizzle on top of your salad thinking nothing of it. >> exactly, sneaky sugar disguise. >> wow. >> i know. we all know that we have to make good decisions at the salad bar but we trick ourselves and play games, oh, i'll eat healthy and reward myself, boom, thousand calorie salad. so one trick i want to help people with is to think of something to control portion sizes and since you're sort of a jock i went with the ball analogy. >> as soon as you put baseballs and tennis balls, all makes sense. >> the portion sizes. so your green lettuces, you know, go for baseball size. freebie, all your vegetables, look at this. just clean and eat as many as you want, just go baseball size,
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whatever, tomatoes. now into a little more portion control. half cup size. the half cup is about a tennis ball size so chickpea, maybe a little less. these add a lot of texture and protein and a lot of fiber then lean proteins with egg whites, again, keeping it in the tennis ball size. now we move on to our lean proteins. >> this is golf ball size. >> not quite. i should have put it out here. a deck of cards. i didn't want to commingle gambling and sports so -- >> turkey is good for you. >> you can put a deck of cards there. lean proteins now we go to the masters. >> fats that are good for you. >> golf ball size and marbles when you get into your vinaigrettes. >> very healthy eating. >> a 400-calorie salad. >> wow. >> you know who is also healthy ginger zee. outside with the weather now. >> i was just saying i do the old salad lie a lot. a lot of lying to myself. that's all right. hey, these ladies, i said out
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you're not going run into this this morning not here, northeastern north dakota, severe weather threat moves into wisconsin and michigan. >> reporter: people from delaware out there with ginger. storm tracker 6 live looking good, 735 currently. look at this shot, sky6 live hd it's a beauty. lots of sunshine we're heating things up. our high today, 90 degrees heating up today, tomorrow, hot and humid, 95, chance for a late day nighttime strong storm. saturday, hot and breezy, 98. the weekend is brutal, sunday, 95 and more humid. >> good morning, every, i'm
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matt o'donnell, 8:27 july 21. the schuylkill expressway well, it's never good news, right, matt pellman. >> reporter: less than shocking news, it's jammed on 76. we thought we would show you a live picture of the boulevard eastbound, 30 minute ride. looking at the solid 20 minute delay, park by the boulevard. thinks are better on route 1, the super highway in bucks county him earlier crash and vehicle fire gone. we have a flipped over truck in falls township connecting 13 southbound with tyburn road. bethlehem area watch out for a crash 78 westbound in here 412. slow with delays on the septa regional rail, west trenton line is back to its normal interim
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schedule. otherwise, delays between ten and 15 minutes. >> thank you, matt. we need to prepare for this stretch of weather coming here, david is offed, karen rogers has the details. >> reporter: you're right, matt it's a long stretch of intense heat. today is a borderline we just hit 90. 75 in philadelphia. more comfortable in allentown, 67. 73 in wilmington, 73 in millville. 78 in cape may. we're heating up today, 90 degrees, warmer than yesterday. lots of sunshine, humidity this afternoon won't be too awful. tomorrow, hot and more humid, 95 for the high, one or two spots could see a nighttime shower tomorrow that could strong. saturday, hot and breezy, 98. sunday, hot and humid, 95. it will feel like 100, monday, 99. >> authorities have called off the search for a suspected drunk
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driver who dove into the schuylkill river to evade police. full story at 6abc.com. ♪ what's with them? oh, those two? they're always fighting for attention. there's more to a legendary city than its legends. plan your legendary stay at visitphilly.com
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that is the "q" here in cleveland. here for the republican national convention, final day, big night tonight for donald trump and this has been a long journey to this point for the candidates, of course, but also for the reporters covering their campaigns. >> that's right and we have t.j. holmes back. 'taking us behind the scenes with our young abc team embedded with the candidates 24/7. >> all due respect to tom llamas and cecilia vega, they do great covering the campaign, they ain't got nothing on these kids. they're young, motivated and they are exhausted because they accepted air job that the only job description was, go everywhere donald trump goes. the long road leading to the republican national convention paved with sleepless nights. >> sleeping is impossible covering this campaign. >> reporter: countless events. >> i'm actually here at a town
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hall for carly fiorina. >> reporter: and thousands of miles traveled. >> i will cover donald trump for about 400 days. >> reporter: and behind every white house hopeful is a dedicated abc news reporter following their every move. >> being out on the road as a campaign embed means you have to be prepared for any mishaps that can happen. >> reporter: getting a rare glimpse behind the curtain. >> today my campaign is suspended. >> reporter: and as the other candidates have fallen by the wayside. >> i suspend my campaign today. >> reporter: one remains, donald trump. so we turn to our reporters that know him better than anyone else to learn the behind-the-scenes secrets to trump's success. >> before trump gets onstage he'll wait for certain songs to get into the playlist. ♪ we are the champions he's very good at knowing how to build that momentum. >> so by now we all know about donald trump's tweeting habits. during the day he dictates them to a secretary. a spokeswoman or social media director but at night donald
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trump takes control back and puts them out himself. that's when he's prone to get into the most trouble. when he's greeting fans on the rope line he has a few hand expressions he does. often he'll point to someone like he knows them, give a thumbs up and wave to the crowd like a foreign dignitary and the people who are there at the rallies love it. they often cheer and will chant his name to no end. >> he's the workhorse and he's the oldest person on that gigantic trump force one traveling the country. he's up the latest, up the earliest working the hardest. you have staffers on his plane who have often said we try to sleep a little but he's still going. >> i find every day exciting. every day has been different covering this race. ♪ >> and look at them here now. both in -- mid to late 20s but next birthday they'll both be 43. >> gray hair to go with it. >> here they are. >> welcome. you've been doing a great job all year long, we were there
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together june 167th i think it was. >> day one. >> day one at trump tower. that crazy crowd there. i'll be the first to admit the day i interviewed donald trump that day i thought there was no chance he would be the republican nominee. you saw him say, somewhere in his mind he must have believed it was possible. but when did it hit you? >> september of the we had a big rally down in dallas. he took over the stadium down there, basketball arena. and as soon as you walked in there, you know, you saw the trump signs up on center court and you see the crowd going at him and i just remember looking around and saying, wow, this is -- this is real. this could be a thing and you talk to people and you see their energy and their enthusiasm when they're out. they're with him and look where we are. i mean we would never have thought this. this is the first debate we're sitting in right now in cleveland and here we are at the convention. he's the nominee. >> candace, you actually started out with the jeb bush campaign, switched over to donald trump, was there a bit of a culture shock for you. >> oh, my gosh.
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i remember my very first event that i covered with donald trump in radford, virginia, and this is when the protests were still hot and heavy and people were getting taken out and people were shouting at other people and i remember this young woman was protesting and trump looked at her and he asked her if she's mexican. i remember sitting there like, oh, this is a very different world that i've crossed into. very different from jeb bush. >> and in some ways your experience is the opposite of john's. you signed in with jeb bush. has $200 million. everybody thinks he's going to be -- >> i thought this was going to be the jeb bush convention, for sure. i thought i was going all the way. >> when did it hit you it wasn't happening? >> probably not until january, honestly, i think maybe until after iowa when you realize sort of how far he was down and in napolitano, he was so excited just to have eked out marco rubio and the fact that that was what you were getting excited about doesn't bode well for your campaign and by september, there were even moments you thought there might be a resurgence. we would go and he would have 500 people which for jeb bush was a huge crowd, nothing
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compared to trump but for us we're like, wow, he's really coming back and his brother w. came out on the trail and there was a time we thought maybe he could pull this off but after south carolina we saw the returns, we all knew and obviously he did too because that very night, that was the end. >> i want to ask you guys personally. i mean i know -- i understand you're actually getting married. >> i am. >> you still have a fiancee after this. >> you know, i don't know how. i mean, we've had fun together. when we were traveling around the country, george knows this sending little gifts along the way, postcards, i had to improve the writing for our invites. maria is doing most of the work. >> let that go. >> he's losing -- >> three times already. >> -- addresses. >> she's there. when you do this job, you know, you give your life to the campaign. candace and i are a great team. but, you know to, have people supporting us, cheering us on and the great support of abc, we
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couldn't do this job -- >> you guys have both done a fantastic job. thanks for coming on today. you guys will be part of our convention coverage again tonight. of course, we'll be there again tonight, "world news," special edition of "world news" and "nightline" plus our network special 10:00 p.m. eastern and you get the latest news any time at abcnews.com. livestreaming it as well but now let's go back to new york and ginger. >> george, i love seeing candace and john at that dangerous heat moving to the east, heat advisories and warnings in the center of the nation. that's the big picture, let's get a check at home. >> reporter: forget about cooking cookies, go for the ice cream. let's check the forecast.
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today is a transition say, -- day, we hit a high the 90. tomorrow we start to heat up. short on saturday. guys. the very talented and very busy idris elba stopped by our studio recently to go one-on-one with michael opening up about that james bond speculation and playing "star trek: beyond's" villain. take a look. >> why did you do that? >> he would have done the same. and if he made off with that ship he will come for us. >> i hope so too, lieutenant uhura. >> welcome, idris. how are you doing, man. >> i'm very good. i can't complain. >> how was it to play a bad guy in the film and what drew you to
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this role. >> you know what really drew me was, "a," being in a "star trek" film. it's a big franchise. when i was a kid i was watching "star trek" 11 years old before i was an arc or wanted to act so to be asked to be in a "star trek" film and be a villain was like an honor and then i wanted to do the prosthetic thing. >> you can't tell it's you. >> it's an improvement. >> no, i doubt that because a lot of the producers here said, why would you cover such a beautiful face? but how is it acting with prostheticsy is it different. >> yeah, definitely. i mean, you know, you obviously are moving your face but your face on the exterior isn't moving the way you think it is. >> what do you do, get in the mirror and -- >> yeah. >> see how it works. it takes a little while to get used to b. you know and the head is big, huge, it took me four hours to put that thing on every day. >> all these rumors you playing james bond. any news. >> no, man, i mean it is the
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wildest rumor in the world. >> it's a good rumor, though. >> it's -- i keep saying if it were to happen it would be the will of a nation because there's not been no talks with me and the studios about any of that but everywhere i go people want that to happen so -- but if i'm really honest, man, i think i'm too old for that, man. i can't be running around in cars and ladies and martinis. who wants to do that? sounds terrible. >> if you don't want it, i'll take it. i'll take it. i don't have an accent. i'm horrible at accents. you and i have a lot in common. we're both handsome. [ laughter ] why is everybody laughing including you? i don't get it. we have an excellent sense of style and we both have clothing lines. >> oh. >> yeah. >> and you are working with super dry. what made you get into the fashion business? >> i had an opportunity basically. i like super dry and it just cool, comfortable clothes and they were like, look, do you want to influence some fashion?
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they wanted to do something a little more subtle. i like subtle and so what i'm wearing now we decided to do some stuff that's really nice fabrics, affordable, looks good. >> you were so kind to help us out here at "gma" because we have a lot of crew here. you were kind enough to dress them and here they are before. look at that. that's the guys and now here they are with the "absolutely famous" they've been idrised up, everybody. >> boom. >> hold on. look at the swagger you gave them. they got swagger now. >> they look good. i think -- i mean the tweed jacket looks amazing there and, you know, the bombers, well done, fellas. i'm proud. i'm proud of you. >> you have to give those clothes back. they're not yours. make sure that happens but, hey, thank you so much, man. >> thank you, mike. >> good luck with everything. "star trek: beyond" opens nationwide friday. make sure you check that out. >> we've been idris elba'd and our crew has never looked
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better. >> brad and his looks at the camera was something else. >> tory here, summer "deals & steals" and they're all 20 bucks or less. i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue
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and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember." he's going like "i don't remember!"
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♪ all right, our weekly "deals & steals" with tory johnson is here. everything that you need to travel this time, tory. >> travel and even if that means you're traveling to the grocery store we have you covered on the go. >> loose interpretation of travel? exactly. >> we want to say hello to our watch party. nashua, napolitano, kevin, emma, caleb and, of course, we've got mom. >> mom jacki. >> they look fabulous. >> looks like caleb is holding our first deal, water bottles. it's the one button flip and there it is. so, again, one-handed, super easy. fabulous. every one has some kind of special feature, no spill, no drip or that little -- >> keeps it clean which is what i like. >> keeps it clean. >> i spill things like this, oh, don't worry about it. >> there you go. >> fabulous deal on these. big assortment. eight different style, normally they range from $13 to $20, today only they're slashed by
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more than half so $6 to $10. [ cheers and applause ] >> so our crew, i like to be tory. >> here you go. >> these are really fabulous. first you're seeing super soft. super long. very versatile. that's what i love about all these scarves. you can wear them so many different ways. you look great in everything. including that. there you go. >> such a fabulous deal on these. a huge assortment. this i think is the biggest assortment we've have from east cloud. normally they start at $28, today only all of the scarves are slashed by at least 67% so every single thing in the assortment is $8 to $12. nothing more than $1. >> on the airplane when you don't get the blanket. >> from new a company, i love these bracelets. so you get, it's five bracelets in a stack. wear them individually or all together. tassels are a really big trend. i've got to give these to my new friends from new jersey.
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my new -- >> oh. >> going on. >> i'm giving mine away. >> came into the city to go shopping. >> our friends came into the city to shop so we have them covered here. five bracelets, a variety of different color patterns. i love this set, normally $5, today slashed in half, $12.50 for your set of five. >> i know folks watching have the bracelets on. >> they do. jacki has her wrist covered there. this is really fun from rumy. a little travel bag for jewelry and accessory, zippered compartmentsen 0 all sides plus one in the center. if you're traveling this is a must. normally $22, these are slashed by 55%. $10 and free shipping. you can't beat that. last but not list, i love this from bandy. you are the girl on the go always. goes around your waist and then inside you can put your iphone, keys, credit card. >> i love that. >> any kind of those musts goes right in here.
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low slung, whether you're going to the grocery store, to take a walk in the park, the gym, anywhere, exactly if you're traveling, these are fabulous too. you don't even notice your phone is there. normally depending on the assortment. $28. everything from bandy slashed in half so $14 to $15. two online bonuses. >> thank you, tory, so much. let's say good-bye to our watch party, thank you and these companies for providing the great deals. get the codes and links at goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! coming up comedian keegan-michael key is here live.
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and we're back with keegan-michael key, the comedian from "key and peel" taking on the big screen in the movie "don't think twice" a member of an improv group where everyone is vying for stardom. only one makes it big.
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for this he's preparing for an important audition. >> hello, hello, my name is liam neeson. if it's money that you're looking for, i've got none. i've used all of it, the last six times my daughter was taken. i mean, didn't you find it very easy to kidnap her. if one hair on her head is harmed, she's dead, to be honest there's quite a bit of relief there. >> there at's a very good liam neeson. first great having you. >> thank you, jesse. >> i learned you wanted to take six months off work unless you found a script. you got your hands on "don't think twice" and -- >> the tears came down. the rule was i couldn't just be moved, i couldn't just be verklempt. like i had to cry? full on cry. >> i was at the end of the script. there goes my six-month vacation. i have to make this movie. and it's very autobiographical too so i felt like this is a subject matter i know.
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the director knows it. i feel like i'm going to have a blast. something magical about it. we had to make it. >> very emotional and before you made it big time you were doing improv at second city. >> detroit and chicago in were you able to draw on that for this movie? >> absolutely because it felt exactly like it did. the camaraderie with the group we built felt like it did when we were at second city. the performances with the audience, electricity felt like it did when i was in chicago. it was really drawing if personal experience more than anything. >> your impressions are legendary. we saw that in the clip. who is your favorite person impersona impersonate. >> i'd have to say the president of the united states. he's a good one. i like doing him. [ cheers and applause ] we have a really good time. have a really good time. >> and luther, anger interpreter for obama. you got to play it with the president at the white house correspondents dinner? >> it went pretty well. no, we had a great time and the
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president, fantastic timing. fantastic sense of humor. i thought he was amazing to work with and broke up when we were doing our rehearsal so he said, now, key, you got to keep it together. got to make sure -- you know, we got to keep a straight face. we did two lines and he broke. but, hey, he's money. on camera he's money. >> we'll play a quick game called on or off key basically like playing two truths and a lie and try to guess the lie. you got something for me. hit me if two truths and a lie, one is that i was a hurdler in high school, okay, one is that i used to be a dog groomer. >> okay. >> and the other one is that i used to work in a cemetery. >> i'm going to say you weren't a dog groomer. >> you're going to say i wasn't a dog drooler. that's the lie. >> come on. >> come on, america. you can't mess with me. hey, man, so great to have you.
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congratulations on your success. great movie, check it out. we'll be right back. >> thank you. [ a
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"good morning america" is brought to you by the all new three-row mazda cx-9. >> mention real quick, select theaters july 22nd. george and amy are in cleveland waving good-bye. there they are right there. we want to thank you all for watching us. have a great thursday, america.
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>> good morning, 8:56 thursday, july 21. it's been tough to blaze a trail on the super highway, matt
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pellman. >> reporter: we have a problem on the ramp i-95 to the northbound side of route 1 super highway. accident fire crews and police on the scene. traffic is getting by, but slowly. we have we had an accident that had wissahickon avenue shut down. use fox or germantown avenue to get around that. a crash lancaster avenue at route 30 and church road emergency crews on the scene there. there's an accident blocking the ramp from the northeast extension southbound to quakertown. i would use the ramp at the lehigh valley or landsdale, instead. there's a crash in upper moreland along karen, lane. hopefully karen rogers has nothing to do with the, matt o'donnell. >> reporter: i had nothing to do with the accident, i have everything to do with the weather. it's beautiful out here, lots of sunshine, a little sticky, but that will change, 78 degrees are
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the new numbers in the city. 72 in allentown. 78 in millville. here's the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, today is the beginning of the warming up that we're seeing. heating up today, high of 90. off to the races from there. this afternoon won't be terribly uncomfortable with the humidity. tomorrow is the change, 95 hot and humid. 98 on saturday, 95 on sunday, 99 on monday. that's seven days in the 90s. the headaches continue for southwest airline passengers across county. we'll show you the impact the computer issues are having at philadelphia international airport on "action news" at noon. "live with kelly" is next, i'm that matt o'donnell have a great thursday!
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