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good morning, america. decision day. president trump set to make a major announcement. will he pull out of the landmark climate change deal? the president's inner circle deeply divided. ivanka trump against steve bannon. inside the fierce fight at the white house and what's at stake. the decision coming just hours from now. breaking news, a massive explosion rocking this wisconsin plant overnight. >> a large explosion, large fire, a lot of smoke. >> blows trapped inside as it collapsed. at least one person killed. multiple missing or injured. helicopters and emergency vehicles on the scene racing to find survivors. newly released dash cam video shows tiger woods' dui arrest. >> do you know where you are right now. >> i do not know. >> found asleep at the wheel stumbling. struggling to complete basically
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tasks. unsure where he is. >> i'm placing you under arrest for suspicion of driving under the influence, okay? >> the mystery this morning. what was he doing just before the arrest? on the eve of the nba finals lebron james targeted. police investigating a possible hate crime at his l.a. home. >> being a black man in america is very frightening. >> as the king prepares to defend his crown warriors star steph curry opening up exclusively about taking on lebron. >> we obviously run into each other from time to time and have the battles on the court. >> what he's saying about the ultimate rematch kicking off tonight. >> this did stephen curry, good morning, america. and good morning, america. all eyes on the nba finals tonight and some pretty impressive stats. it is the third time in a row the cavs are facing off against
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the warriors. >> but it's also the seventh year in a row lebron james is in the final. >> wow. >> who do you guys think will win? >> cleveland. >> you got -- you're from cleveland. you better go with cleveland. how about you, amy? >> the cavs. i don't know. >> that's cleveland too. >> i know. >> it's going to be hard. i'm going with cleveland, as well. >> oh, we're all out there right now. it is a busy thursday morning in washington. president trump just hours away from making that big announcement about the paris climate accord. this could be a dramatic break from the world community. right now only syria and nicaragua have not signed on. this morning more than 40 house democrats are calling for jared kushner to lose his security clearance over reports he failed to properly disclose secret meetings with the russians. former vice president joe biden launching a new political action committee called american possibilities and it is sparking some speculation he could run in 2020. we want to start with the president's climate deal decision. our senior white house correspondent cecilia vega is at the white house. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. white house sources tell us the
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president is likely to pull out of that paris climate deal today. the president himself not offering any hints, instead he is tapping into his days as a reality tv star teasing ahead to that big announcement this afternoon. his announcement came overnight in the form of what else, a tweet. president trump says his much anticipated decision on the paris climate accord will come today at 3:00 p.m. in the rose garden. it's a decision he's been talking up for days. yesterday at the white house -- >> any decision on the paris climate deal, mr. president? are you close? >> very soon. i'm hearing from a lot of people both ways. >> reporter: even on his big foreign trip saying he would make his final decision this week. both in and outside the white house, the lobbying is fierce. his inner circle deeply divided. chief strategist steve bannon along with 22 senate republicans pushing for withdrawal. chief economic adviser gary cohen, a democrat and daughter ivanka pushing to stay. apple's tim cook and tesla's
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elon musk making personal last-minute pleas, musk even threatening to resign from white house advisory councils if the president backs out of the deal. >> global warming, a lot of it is a hoax. it's a money making industry, okay. >> that was then candidate trump on the campaign trail. aides say the president's views on climate change are evolving. now the president seems poised to back out of that landmark climate deal dismissing the advice of even the pope. prompting responses from both sides of the aisle. bernie sanders called it a horrific mistake and former republican governor mitt romney tweeted affirmation of the paris agreement is not only about the climb, it is also about america remaining the global leader. well, polls show a majority of americans overwhelmingly oppose withdrawing from the paris deal but, george, as you say, if the u.s. does leave this accord it would leave us with two other countries standing alongside, nicaragua and syria. >> yeah, big break right there.
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meantime, hillary clinton not going anywhere. she's out in public again last night talking about the election, talking about this climate deal change, as well. >> reporter: this is basically 2016 all over again blaming her loss on the fbi director to james comey to even her own party. take a listen to that one. >> i get the nomination. so, i'm now the nominee of the democratic party. i inherit nothing from the democratic party. >> what do you mean nothing. >> i mean it was bankrupt. it was on the verge of insolvency. its data was mediocre to poor, nonexistent, wrong. i had to inject money into it. >> reporter: with that cue, the twitter war, the president tweeted right after that, a few hours after she spoke, crooked hillary clinton now blames everybody but herself, refuses to say she was a terrible candidate and, of course, hillary clinton fired back with a tweet of her own, she is making fun of the president's
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tweet from a day earlier, that incomparable word saying that people in glass houses shouldn't throw stones. she used the word that none of us can pronounce so i will spare you my attempt to pronounce it again. hers was retweeted tens of thousands times more than the president's original one. >> covfefe, covfefe. >> i'm not saying it. >> okay. thank you, cecilia. over to amy. >> all right, george, for more on the paris climate accord and what it involves and who it will impact our chief national correspondent tom llamas is here. tom, start with what's at stake. >> yeah, well, first it was the largest climate agreement in history. 195 nations sign on to cut greenhouse gas emission, nearly every country in the world, amy, except two, syria and nicaragua. now, if the u.s. pulls out it's going to join that very small and right now very infamous club so what is at stake? the u.s. pledged to cut greenhouse gas emissions by at least 26% by 2025. but every country sets the rules initially so some people don't like that. china, for instance, doesn't start really until 2030.
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the ultimate goal of the climb paris accord, here's what it is we want to make sure global temperatures don't rise above 3.6 fahrenheit. experts believe that's the point of no return. >> okay, and we heard from cecilia's reporting that there is quite the battle brewing inside the walls of the white house. so talk a little bit more about who president trump is getting advice from as he weighs his decision. >> this is huge publicly and privately. those to stay, ivanka trump, jared kushner, and rex tillerson, the secretary of state. of course, ivanka and jared, the closest advisers to president trump and rex tillerson, a former ceo of exxonmobil, they want to stay in but those opting to come out, big name, steve bannon, chief white house strategist and epa administrator scott pruitt. their argument this goes against the america first policy. it's going to hurt the 1.1 million jobs and the fossil fuel industry and remember the campaign promise that president trump said he'll come out of the accord and made the promise in west virginia, kentucky and california and, of course, if he
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does break this, this would be the biggest public split from ivanka trump so far. >> decision soon. >> hopefully 3:00. >> we'll go back over to george. >> thanks very much. joined by a friend and ally of the president, christopher ruddy, ceo of newsmax. thanks for joining us. you saw the division laid out in the white house right now by tom llamas. bottom line, it does seem to be that the president's tipping toward keeping that campaign promise. >> well, it seems that way, george, based on the press reports. i do think and you had 22 senator, i think tom mentioned this right to the president including the senate majority leader mcconnell saying we should pull out. it's very onerous. you know, people forget i lived in europe, you've been to europe many times. people don't drive as much. american cars, to reduce your carbon emission footprint on your car by 26% by the year 2025, that is going to be -- it
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will cost the auto industry here billions and billions of dollars and cost american consumers so we should look at the impact. i personally think the president should kick this over to the senate because it impacts american lives. there should be a treaty discussion on it. there should be modifications. and if, look, china is not implementing theirs until 2030 why should we be doing it by 2025. >> let's talk about the divisions inside the white house and more and more reports the president is isolated. unhappy with his staff, wants a big shake-up. in the past you've advocated that. >> well, let's go over the president's mood. i'm hearing he's in a good, positive mood, hey, you can't be underspending us by a third to two-thirds in defense spending. great meetings in israel and the arab world. i think there's always going to be divisions. i do think there's going to be a couple of major changes, two or
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three changes in the next two to three months. i don't think it will be a wholesale shake-up but that's good. i think it's also normal. this is not a politician that was elected to office. he is finding out and discovering what really works and who the key people he needs so i think the changes will be good and i think it'll be positive. >> president up and tweeting early this morning, was up early yesterday morning as well with that famous now covfefe tweet. lawyers are telling him you're going to get yourself in a lot of trouble if you keep tweeting about russia and the investigations. is there anybody there who can get a handle on this? >> well, the president has to get a handle on it. i personally think -- i predicted it would take about six months for those tweets to come under more of a discipline review process. the president is a guy that likes to speak his mind. this is how he made his whole career. i think it's his personality. he is no longer really donald trump. he's the head of state. he represents the american people.
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i do think the tweets are very good. he should keep doing tweets. there should just be a review process of two or three people that look at it. i personally don't think -- i'm not his legal counsel -- he shouldn't be talking about anything now under criminal investigation. and be very careful about that. but i think these tweets coming out at midnight are not helping his popularity and his standing with the press and the public. >> chris ruddy, thanks very much. i will be anchoring abc's live coverage of president trump's announcement at 3:00 p.m. eastern from the rose garden. amy. >> more on that russia investigation. abc news learned that fired fbi director james comey could testify in front of the senate intelligence committee as earl will i as next week. our senior justice correspondent pierre thomas has new details for us. good morning, pierre. >> reporter: comey wants to testify in open session before the senate intelligence committee and sources tell me it could possibly be happen as early as wednesday or thursday of next week. but we should caution that no
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specific date has been set and the situation remains fluid. but i'm told that comey's prepared to answer questions about his relationship with the president and whether trump sought his loyalty in the early days after the inauguration and whether he pressured comey to go easy on former national security adviser michael flynn. was forced to resign amid allegations he lied about a conversation with the russian ambassador. trump has flatly denied those accusations but we and others have reported that comey has memos that will back up his story. no word yet on whether the white house would claim executive privilege to block comey's testimony. amy. >> all right, pierre thomas, thanks so much. michael. >> now to that breaking news. an explosion rocking a plant in wisconsin overnight. emergency crews on the scene searching for survivors. abc's diane macedo has the story. >> there has been a report of a large explosion at didion milling, a large explosion, a large fire, a lot of smoke. >> reporter: this morning at least one dead, two missing and multiple people severely burned after a massive explosion and
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fire leveled this wisconsin corn milling plant. >> i called my co-worker and they were just trapped inside. >> reporter: local officials tell abc news several employees were inside the didion corn milling plant when it collapsed after a loud blast at 11:00 p.m. wednesday night. >> three or four-story building that no longer exists. multiple med flight with patients with injuries. >> reporter: it processes corn and corn by-products right across the treat from an ethanol plant that was unharmed. it was so powerful it caused part of the complex to collapse and knocked out power to the entire town and another surround community. >> the whole village is dark. >> the sheriff said 16 people were in that plant at the time. this still an active scene with agencies like the salvation army and red cross. all hands on deck. we turn to dramatic new images showing those terrifying moments inside the orlando pulse nightclub as police search for
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the shooter. this marks a year since 49 were killed in that attack and you spoke with those officers who went in first. >> reporter: these new videos come as the memories and emotions of people in orlando are still very raw. the new dramatic videos show the urgency of the hunt for the active shooter inside the nightclub. police unable to tell who was hiding in the darkness. a victim or a shooter. >> show us your hands. >> i got his hands. i got his hands. >> okay, come out. come out. >> reporter: this video comes from the body camera worn by officer graham cage. >> right when we were about to go in we were still hearing shots. >> get your hands up. >> there's the sound of the victim's cell phone ringing unanswered. >> just laying in pools of blood. knowing that somebody's loved
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one trying to get ahold of them. >> reporter: as the patrons who survive race for safety outside the shooter, 29-year-old omar mateen retreats to a back bathroom holding hostages. and spends more than an hour on the phone with a police negotiator who did trying to buy time. >> tell me what you did, please. >> no, you already know what i did. >> reporter: and then a threat of a bomb. >> i'll tell you this, it can take out a whole city block almost. >> reporter: police are advised to pull back. >> just so you know in the building you may not want to stay there. >> reporter: but not a single officer retreats. >> we're in it to win it, you know. >> reporter: you weren't going to leave? >> no. >> reporter: the final breach as police used an armored vehicle to smash holes in the building and mateen comes out, shoots an officer in the helmet. >> within an inch of losing his life and police return fire killing the suspect. >> in the end 49 innocent people
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were killed in the worst mass shooting in american history and those videos give us an idea what those brave officers were up against on that terrible night. >> they were so courageous, brian, thanks very much. michael. >> thank you, george. this morning, police are investigating a possible hate crime at the home of lebron james in los angeles. the nba star, he's speaking out about it ahead of tonight's game and matt gutman is in los angeles with the story. good morning, matt. >> reporter: hey, good morning, michael. you know how hard it is to throw lebron james off his legendary game day focus. but the racial epithets spray painted on the electronic gate to his home did just that saying that the possible hate crime is killing him inside and admitting the place he'd rather be right now is with his family. the los angeles police are investigating the vandalism at the home of nba star lebron james as a possible hate crime. >> it was a racial slur that was painted on his gate and the department takes hate crimes extremely seriously. >> reporter: overnight the three
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time champ speaking out to espn. >> if it takes for someone to spray paint my gate and use that derogatory determine, that hate on my family to shed a light on what's the real issue is in the world then so be it. >> reporter: according to investigators, the graffiti was reported about i a property manager at about 6:45 a.m. wednesday morning and immediately removed by workers. james and his family workeren't the home at the time but still turning the incident into an opportunity to speak up about race in america. >> and it hurts and it's like unfortunate and i got to sit here and i got to talk to my kids about what it means to grow up being an african-american, a black kid in america. because no matter how much money you got, no matter how famous you are, no matter how many people admire you at the end of the day, being a black man in america is very frightening. >> reporter: in oakland, california, just a few hours north from his home, the king
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and his cavs are preparing for game one of the nba finals, but he admits his focus isn't entirely on the court. >> i will be as focused as i can be on the job at hand tomorrow. this is a situation where, you know, just puts me back in place of what's actually more important and basketball is not the most important thing in my life. >> reporter: now, the lapd told us that this type of incident is very alarming but not unusual and get this, james said that he'd be willing to become a racial lightning rod saying that if these types of racial acts trigger more discussion on race in america he's not against this happening to me as long as my family is safe. michael. >> all right, thank you, matt. definitely not afraid to speak up about it. >> very courageous of him. coming up later we will have our exclusive with lebron's opponent steph curry coming up in our next half hour. first to rob with more storms across the northeast. >> this video sped up, you see the rotating wall cloud it did
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try new parodontax toothpaste. ♪ o'donnell, 7:23 a.m., thursday, first day of the month of june. we have an issue with mass transit. let's go over to matt pellman. >> reporter: we were talking this morning about delays ten minutes a bunch of different regional rails lines. now the delays are bumped up near fern rock because of signal problems, half-hour delay on warminster, lands -- lansdale, fox choice have half-hour delays. we have a broken down vehicle eastbound past 202 cleared out of the way. as did the one on i-95 north of the betsy ross bridge. southbound is biz from cottman -- busy from cottman into girard. new one in burlington to watch
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out for, jacksonville road close to 130. >> david is off, meteorologist karen rogers joins us after the break.
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>> reporter: good morning everybody we've been tracking a batch of clouds move winning a weak disturbance to want west over philadelphia now. let's look at the day ahead. we have cloudy skies at the moment, but sunshine in the afternoon. the breeze will pick up this afternoon, 81 for the high. enjoy it. tomorrow, partly sunny skies, 80. late day isolated shower or thunderstorm. saturday, clouds and sun, 77. it's wet on sunday especially the second half of the day. 76. monday unstable with the low moving out. clouds and showers 75. cooler tuesday and wednesday, enjoy the 80s while you can, matt. >> will do, thank you karen.
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pharrell, justin bieber and a whole lot more on sunday. we begin with that new dash cam footage of tiger woods' dui arrest. the 14-time major golf champ blaming an unexpected reaction to prescription drugs for his condition. abc's gio benitez is here with the latest on the case. good morning, gio. >> reporter: michael, good morning. police just released this video and it seems to show just about every second of the long field zobrist test as you're about to see he struggles all the way through. >> you know the reason i'm out with you now? >> no. >> it's because you're stopped in the road. in the middle of the road. >> reporter: our first look at the dash cam video from tiger woods' arrest just after 2:00 a.m. on memorial day and woods' car is stopped on a main road. he's fallen asleep. the car still running. >> do you remember what happened when my partner came up behind? >> no. >> do you remember being asleep in the car? >> no. >> you don't? >> reporter: they ask him where he's coming from.
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he says california. but he's really in his hometown in florida. >> where are you coming from? >> l.a. >> from where? >> l.a. >> from l.a. okay. where you copping from right now? >> headed back down to orange county. >> reporter: you're headed down to orange county. >> yeah. >> okay. do you know where you're at right now? >> i do not know. >> you have no idea? >> reporter: he agrees to a feel zobrist test for about half an hour the golf great struggles to complete basic tasks like tying his shoes. >> it's your other shoe that's untied, man. >> he takes them off the once barefoot he tries walking on the white line but stumbles his way through. >> stepped off to the right to balance. not counting his steps. >> reporter: the two officers move in to catch him when he stumbled again. >> go ahead and bring the hand back down. >> reporter: at times a confused woods barely able to understand what the officers ask of him like here when he's asked to recite the alphabet. >> you're gonna recite the entire english alphabet in a
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slow, nonrhythmic manner meaning you're not going to sing it, okay. do you understand the instructions? >> i do. >> okay, what were the instructions? >> not to sing the national anthem backwards. >> reporter: the officer is handcuffing him arresting him on the suspicion of driving under the influence. >> i'm placing you under arrest for suspicion of driving under the influence, okay? do you understand? >> reporter: before putting him in the back of the police car. >> can you loosen on the right ones just a little bit. >> reporter: in his only statement since the arrest woods stresses alcohol was not involved and that what happened was an unexpected reaction to prescribed medications. police say he did pass two breathalyzer tests, no evidence of alcohol use. >> have you been drinking tonight? >> no. >> no? are you sure about that. >> yes. >> reporter: now new photos show two of the tires on his 2015 mercedes were flat. woods' bumper damaged. police say woods did not know where he was but was cooperative
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as much as possible. he told them he was taking several prescriptions including vicodin. all this a shocking contrast to the dominating athlete we saw win 79 pga tours and 14 majors. this camera now capturing a very different image of tiger woods. and woods has only played once this year after struggles with back pain and already had four back surgeries, a big one just over a month ago by the way. he's expected to face a judge next month. >> thank you, gio. our chief legal analyst dan abrams is joining us now and, dan, that video is kind of scary to watch and realize somebody was in a car in that condition. but he passed the breathalyzer test and admitted to taking some prescription drugs. we saw the dash cam video. how does that affect his case. >> on the plus side he was cooperative and turns out he told the truth. on the not so plus side is just about everything else on that video. you watch him on that videotape and that can be used against him to show that he was driving under the influence. people sometimes think, oh,
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well, it has to be alcohol. not true. as you know i host the show on a&e called "live pd" and watch police departments every night we see people pulled over for dui and every night the police officers have to decide, is this a case where it's alcohol or is this a case where it's drugs and, in fact, there's a different kind of test they often do when it's suspected drugs, so the bottom line is just the fact that he passed a breathalyzer doesn't get him off the hook. >> ha kind of punishment could he face. >> he could face anything from having his license suspended to up to six months behind bars. this is not a jail case. meaning if he wasn't tiger woods, we wouldn't even be talking about the possibility of jail. for a case like this, so i think what you're talking about is figuring out what sort of fine, what sort of suspension he's going to end up with as a result of this. >> as you said gio said he'll see the judge in july so where does the case go from here. >> i think you'll see a plea before then of i think what you'll see, his lawyers go for
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and say, look, let's figure this out. let's work this out. he'll take full responsibility for his actions and, remember, just because he didn't know he says that this interaction with the drugs could occur doesn't get him off the hook. he is still going to have to take responsibility for what happened enso i think you're going to end up seeing some sort of plea with a license suspension, a significant fine, maybe community service. >> all right, dan, thank you very much. appreciate that. george, back to you. >> thank you, michael. coming up, t.j. holmes sits down with steph curry for an exclusive ahead of tonight's finals. they talk about what the warriors star thinks about facing lebron james for the third year in a row and the real reason he's growing that beard. ♪ hustlers, gangsters
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about. >> we had a lot to talk about, george, of course, this is what it's all about. they're going at it again for the larry o'brien trophy. they're going at it for the right to have this moment with the trophy, right? we've all seen that, mwah, that sweet moment they have after winning a championship. well, we don't know what's going to happen in cavs/warriors three but steph curry who is the baby face of the nba right now, i guess, he certainly has at least one guarantee he can make. >> golden state with a chance to play for their second title in three years. >> reporter: it didn't matter to you necessarily who you play. you're trying to win a championship. but there's a little part of you that doesn't mind getting a chance to go back at the cavaliers. >> pretty good idea it would be cleveland and for us to get back on top, i would say it would be a good feeling to redeem ourselves from last year and knowing it's going to be against cleveland will be tough. >> cleveland is a city of champions once again. >> reporter: redemption against the cavs team that made finals history in delivering hardware
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to the warriors coming back from 3-1 do you know in a series that got heated between the warriors and lebron james in particular. >> what is your personal relationship like with lebron. >> i know him well. all the way back from my college days, we obviously run into each other from time to time and we have the battles on the court. you know, when it's all said and done when our careers are over with i'm sure there will be a lot of looking back like we had some good types playing the game that we love. >> oh. >> reporter: a game with renewed focus on the player safety that some argue has gone too far. >> do you agree that maybe the league is a little soft? >> i think the way that they've cracked down on some of the just basketball plays, it makes it really tough for the refs to make the right call because they're on such high alert what's flagrant and not. >> reporter: curry has dealt with a soft label. the baby face assassin. >> i don't know how people labeled me or perceive me.
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i know what i'm about. i know, you know, how i view myself and life and how i play on the court. whether you think i'm soft or tough or look like i'm 16 or whateverda. >> talk about baby face, it's still under there, i assume. >> it's under there. >> it's under there. is there any chance that you're going to shave that beard before the nba finals. >> not a chance. >> not a chance. >> so, as the title baby face back in college i always wanted to just grow a beard just to say i could and i could never get it to connect on this side right here. i had this piece that would always. >> just this side was a problem. >> just this side, and about six months ago is it started to connect so i got a little carried away with it and made up my own reason to have a playoff beard. so this is like four months of hard work and perseverance. >> there is your guarantee. not about a win, but he's not shaving.
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guys, he's 29 years old and this just a point of personal pride. so excited. poor guy, he could finally grow a beard. all right. can you see this? we're talking about a lot of hardware with the trophy but fighting for the rings and a lot of hardware on the line. part two. the interview with curry coming up tomorrow and it's really interesting to hear how his life has changed since he first won a championship a couple of years ago. two-time mvp now and his life is so different just a trip to the grocery store can turn into a scene, so he has to work a whole lot harder to keep the focus on basketball these days, george. >> adding to that last year we saw a lot of his wife on social media. do you think we'll see a repeat this year. >> well, she is going to speak her mind for sure. i certainly asked him last year. he joked he would have to turn off wi-fi after she sent out a tweet about the finals being rigged that got a lot of attention. you'll hear his answer about what she will be doing on social media. also something else, george, you are going to hear steph curry
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rap along with his wife. this was an impromptu moment. i didn't expect it to happen but you'll love it tomorrow. >> that's coming up tomorrow, thanks, t.j. all of you can see the warriors take on the cavs in game one tonight at 9:00 eastern right here on abc, michael. i'm not going to rap about the big board but just talk bit. four face will soon become your boarding bass to get on a plane and an airline is testing it out. all the details when we come back in two minutes.
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work? >> reporter: think about it of you're not fumbling for your boarding pass out of your pocket or pulling up a boarding pass on your phone. you just walk up to a counter and your face is used to identify you. now, they've been using this technology in finland for awhile and this is what jetblue is going to start using. it basically takes a picture of your face and then that face, that data is then moved into the queries into the database of for us the customs and border protection folks to match the picture at the counter and the picture on your passport. get a match, you get to get on the plane. so it should move things a little bit further along and a little bit quicker. the problem is for jetblue it's only one flight, from boston to aruba if you want to take that trip you can try the new system. >> might be worth it. >> i'll try. >> david, though, the whole point is you still have to have your passport. the hope is this speeds up the process to get onto those plane, correct? >> reporter: you know, jetblue is using the term we want to get
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rid of friction points. yeah, that's the whole idea of this biometric stuff is to actually identify you quicker so you don't have to look for that boarding pass, don't have to pull out your phone. basically you can identify yourself quickly, get on the plane, it's all about moving as quicker onto the aircraft and getting us to where we want to go. >> i'm totally volunteering for research on this one so anyway, just letting everyone know. thank you. now to a slow start unfortunately at the summer box office. studios are hurting from poor turnout over the memorial day weekend, "baywatch" missing the mark and "alien: covenant" losing steam in its second week. a rough start to what's typically called blockbuster season. what's going on. >> block-busted. >> nice. >> $173 million may not sound like church change but in hollywood it has account apartments worried. it is down 10% from the same period last year. 20% from 2015. and it is the worst movie memorial day early summer performance since 1999, 18 years it hasn't been this bad.
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>> can they put a finger on why the numbers are dropping. >> hollywood loves culprits. a few they point out. some are huge enormous new franchises like account king arthur." $175 million down the drain, and "pirates of the caribbean," people get tired of it and feel like it's phoning it in, 30% down from last year and, of course, what'sing about going on, other option, other things you can go to do. sit home and watch all these new series on television, why go out and do things like that. >> that's true. there are some other big movies coming out so anything you think that about buoy up. >> huge pressure on "wonder woman." >> i'm excited about that. >> getting great reviews. the rotten tomatoes numbers are very good. the question remains though will young boys see a female superhero and will young women care? there's that. account despicable me 3" and sequels, "the mummy" with tom cruise coming up next weekend so this has happened before. they often get to make it up at
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good morning, america, it's 8:00 a.m. decision day. the president set to make a major announcement in just hours. is he about to pull the u.s. out of that landmark climate change deal? ivanka trump versus steve bannoning inside the fierce fight at the white house and what's at stake right now. new this morning, ariana grande's benefit concert for manchester selling out in just six minutes, fans storming the site. ♪ we're showing you the money. did you know there's $40 billion all across the country just waiting to be claimed by you? we showed people how to find it and this morning, we're showing you too. ♪ do you remember ultimate thursday throwback. one classic clash, earth, wind and fire and the doobie brothers right here live in times square. they're all here to say --
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>> all: good morning, america. [ applause ] now that, is a lineup, earth, wind and fire and the doobie brothers and what a crowd here. this thursday morning, welcome back to sara haines. nice to see you. >> good to be here. >> got your dancing shoes on. >> yes, i do. you've seen them. i can barely walk in them. a good time. >> we have tory johnson here in times square. [ applause ] "deals & steals," we can pot wait to share with you. >> they're great. everything from swimsuits to pool floats. so many bargains out there all perfect for the sun. you don't want to miss it. all start at $6.50. >> that's awesome. but even more exciting right now is it's basketball nba -- hello. the nba finals start tonight and we've got a first look at -- okay, guys, seriously, jimmy kimmel's mean tweets with the stars of the court in the hot seat.
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>> that is not very nice. >> i know. i was on george's lap. this is so weird. i'm just visiting. >> now i'm going to get this trouble too. okay. how about some news, amy. >> how about it. george. the big story, president trump now just hours away from announcing whether he will withdraw from the paris climate change agreement signed back -- by 192 nations many seen your white house correspondent cecilia vega has the very latest. good morning to you, cecilia. >> reporter: amy, good morning to you. sources tell us that the president is expected to withdraw from that landmark climate agreement, but the president they caution is known to change his mind. there are deep divisions inside this white house, especially in the president's own inner circle. his chief strategist, steve bannon is pushing for withdrawal. his daughter ivanka is pushing to stay in. there has been fierce lobbying behind the scenes, apple's tim cook and tesla's elon musk making last-minute pleas and musk threatening to resign from
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advisory councils if the president backs out of this deal. if the u.s. does back out, it would join just two other countries not part of the paris climate accord, nicaragua and syria. amy, the president is expected to make this announcement at 3:00 this afternoon right here in the rose garden. >> all right, cecilia, and abc news will bring you live coverage of that announcement this afternoon. former fbi director james comey has been cleared to testify on capitol hill as early as next week. the senate committee investigating russia's interference in the election wants to know if comey was pressured by president trump to go easy on former national security adviser michael flynn. at least one person has been killed. more than a dozen others injured after an explosion ignited a massive fire at a corn milling plant. it happened in central wisconsin. part of that plant collapsed and hundreds of nearby homes lost power. well, a privacy breach at a plastic surgery clinic in beverly hills has compromised the personal information of up to 15,000 patients including a lot of celebrities.
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police say images of patients during surgery were posted on social media. a disgruntled employee is being blamed. well, five drugmakers are being sued in connection with the opioid crisis. ohio's attorney general accuses them of downplaying risks associated with the drugs to boost profits. one company calls it unfounded. and in oklahoma city a murder suspect led police on this wild chase driving on the wrong side of the road before he eventually lost control and hit a power pole. you see right there flipping over. eventually popped out of the door with his hands in the air and was arrested. ariana grande's benefit concert for victims of the manchester bombing is already a sellout. she tweeted this concert poster overnight. tickets sold out in six minute, katy perry, coldplay, miley cyrus and justin bieber will join her to raise upon for the victims of that attack. finally a breakfast cereal from the '90s is staging a
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comeback. oreos serial returning to stores in the u.s. this month. the announcement is bringing joy to fans of the sugary cereal everywhere. boxes at one point were selling for up to $200 in asia. there was such a demand. >> what? >> apparently there was a petition to change dotorg where thousands signed. >> a petition? >> i don't remember that cereal. i remember cookie crunch. i remember crunching oreos and pouring milk but that wasn't legitimately a serial. >> i don't remember those either but for $200 a box maybe there's a reason why. >> 7:00 a.m. cereal. >> that's what i told my mom. >> how about "pop news." >> time for "pop news." we all know serena williams is expected to give birth this fall and there's been speculation that her sister venus has revealed it's a girl. during a chat with eurosport about serena's child venus said she's going to call me favorite aunt. the tennis champ explaining their other sisters are hoping
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the baby will be named after them but serena clarified just moments ago saying she's keeping the gender a surprise and she has fun toying with her sisters by calling their names. did venus give away the secret? we'll have to wait and see. that's common. in my family they're always boys so i always referred to the unknown baby as he. >> i don't know. i think she gave away the secret. >> stop it. you guys. clearly i'm the naive one here. next up our own robin roberts is lending her voice to a character on disney jr.'s doc mcstuffins for a special episode premiering on national cancer survivors day. watch this. >> i dropped hanna. >> hanna got gum in her hair. it could be full of icky germs and georges might make you even sicker. >> but having hanna always helps me feel brave. >> robin plays the mother of 4-year-old audrey, a little girl
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going through chemotherapy. creator of the award-winning series says robin is exactly the person you want cheerleading kids through tough types. we couldn't agree more. the episode airs sunday, june 4th at 8:00 a.m. on disney channel. >> it is such a good show. >> i love that. >> very cool. >> good job, robin. finally, jimmy kimmel is celebrating the nba finals by dishing out a basketball edition of mean tweets. and as always, each insult is a slam dunk. take a look. >> i bet deandre jordan is so bad at free throws because his eyes are so close together. these people are mean. >> shaq is not shakil o'neil anymore. lol. he's ole and fat. if he lost weight he'd be better but i can't say much. i'm addicted to eating too. >> fat boys got to stick together. >> jimmy kimmel live game night starts at 8:00 p.m. tonight and
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airs every night of the finals. mean tweets is the best thing. talk about taking the edge off anger. >> it does. if you can laugh about it, it's okay. >> we've all seen those. >> oh, yes, we have. >> i love the fat tweets. >> eat a burrito to entertain the folks. >> it is fun. you got to have a kid read them. that makes it even better or that could hurt that kid in the future. >> probably not a good influence. >> thank you, sara. >> thank you. coming up, "gma's" "show me the money." estimated $40 billion in unclaimed cash out there. we'll tell you how you can get some of it. tory johnson is here and she's got great summer "steals & deals" and you can use some of that money if you can find it. they start at just $6.50. [ cheers and applause ] when frankie popped the alligator floaty. plus, snacks and drinks are gone, people. and one of us used up all the sunscreen. i wonder who. we're going to need some reinforcements... (on walkie-talkie) ...quick. copy that.
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♪ back now with "gma's" "show me the money." kicking off two great days of helping you find unclaimed cash.
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gio benitez is back and he hit it out of the park with some folks at a recent baseball game. isn't that right, gio? >> reporter: i like that. best job in the world giving away money. paycheck, life insurance payout, believe it or not, sometimes these go missing and estimated billions of dollars in so-called unclaimed money just waiting to be claimed so we help reunite baseball fans with some of that cold, hard cash in chicago. ♪ we're in chicago, illinois, spending an afternoon with the famed chicago white sox. >> this is it, you guys. this is it. >> gio benitez. >> reporter: throwing out the ceremonial first pitch. >> there you go, man. thank you. >> no problem. thanks for coming out. >> reporter: but also connect local fans with cash they never few existed. we got the first pitch. now free money. you see, cash that sits unclaimed for an average of three years gets turned over to state offices across the nation
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totaling somewhere in the ballpark of $40 billion, all just waiting to be reclaimed from its citizens from sources like paychecks never cashed, rebates that were perhaps lost in the mail, even old long forgotten bank accounts. so outside the stadium we're putting it to the test setting up our "gma" show me the money table manned by members of the illinois state treasurer's office simply typing in names to its website to see which local fans have unclaimed cash. >> free money. right that way. you want to see if you have any lost money. >> yes. >> would you care for a chicken wing? >> thank you very much. no, but would you care for some free money? >> reporter: it was a slow start. >> no unclaimed money. >> i came broke and going back broke. >> reporter: it was discuss a matter of time. this woman snatching 30 bucks from a bed, bath & beyond rebate. lucky fans owed money we're told the exact dollar amount by e-mail. >> $524.39. >> whoa. >> 524 -- look at that you are
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happy. you are happy. all right, hugs. >> $861.26. >> whoa! look at that. some money. this is hysterical. our photographer has some lost money. >> it's pretty cool. >> reporter: even the white sox making some green. >> how much is it? >> it's $900. >> whoa! >> reporter: that money from an overpayment never delivered. its mascot accepting a check on the team's behalf. and what we found next. >> a thousand dollar. >> what? >> yeah. it's a thousand bucks and then some, andrew discovering more than $1100 sitting in a mutual fund started by his grandma. >> you had no idea this money was sitting there. >> no, i did not. >> for his brother. >> another 1100. >> yeah. >> 1,000. >> that is one big check. >> the tall gentleman signing all the checks, illinois treasurer michael frerics. >> one in four finds something that belongs to them and the average amount is a thousand
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dollars. the biggest amount i gave back was a million dollars. >> feel a bit like oprah. you get a check. in total our event reconnecting folks with more than $9,000. talk about a home run. did you hear that? fans who stop by our table at the game found more than $9,000 total but when word started spreading on social media and other folks started searching, that number jumped to $90,000. >> oh, my goodness. >> that was just one day in illinois. >> i tell you right now everybody in here is excited. >> oh, yes. >> but everyone at home has to be excited too. >> what do you viewers do. >> we searched illinois state treasury website. go to your own state and type in your name and family's name and also look for states that you've lived in because sometimes that money is hiding out in the past. >> hey, george. >> i was doing it just now. >> oh, really? we're on the air. 9:00. hey, gio, thank you very much. a lot of people will be happy.
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welcome back to "gma." gets into the waterfall and pops out of the rapids and goes around and around and great day to cool off, day one of meteorologic summer. time for the local forecast. >> reporter: great first day of june. we have blue skies and at the airport cloudy skies, pushing to the east, and nothing but sunshine for the rest of the day. 81 is the high, 66 right now. mostly sunny, it will be breezy
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>> i love that. >> these are the cutest. so, this is -- when you take alex to the beach this is what you can put on him, the beach, the pool. swim lids in the fabric is sun protection built in and these hats fit like a swim cap so you can go underwater and they're not going to come off. >> the kids can't pull them off easily. >> they fly off. >> infant to adult. really adorable. variety of colors. >> i mean, seriously. >> adorable. >> 13 to 20. 6.50 to $10. mission has all of these products that are engineered for athletes but made available for you and me. so when you go walking -- >> feel this. >> cooling towels. >> when you go walking you get it wet. wring it out. there it is. it is cool. >> nothing else. >> that was the first thing that came to my mind. you wring it out and then it's -- it will lower your body temperature by 30 degrees so
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after something like boxing, yoga, just a hot day at the beach, whatever it is that you're super hot mission is going to take care of it. you wet it first. there's a variety of pattern, serena williams, dwyane wade gave it the big thumb's up. normally 15 to $30 depending what you choose, all slashed in half, $7.50 to $15. >> i have seen these before. >> these were on "shark tank." no more bulky blankets when you go to the beach or pool, camping, anyplace you need a clean fast in this tiny little pouch. anywhere. in this pouch you pull out this big blanket. it has weighted corners so it's not going to fly away. this center area to clip on any of your sort of key, stuff you need. a variety of colors, sizes, pattern, even the quilted one which i love the quilted one normally 20 to $30 slashed in half, 10, 15 bucks. >> oh, i love those. >> so smart.
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>> look at these. how cool they are. solar powered collapsible waterproof. so you leave it out in the sun for seven to eight hours age get a full charge so if this was dark times square we would light up times square with these. >> luminaries for your yard, for your pool. >> for the pool and what's fabulous about -- what i happen to love about these, tent, pool, patio, you can take them camping and collapse into this tiny little size so storing them or traveling with them is really easy. >> it's solar powered. >> you don't have to worry about batteries. >> normally 15 to $45, these are all slashed in half, $7.50 to $22.50. really fun. last but not least, so we've got everything here. look at this crazy range. we've got the big blankets and towels and the noodles and floats. taco thursday for us here. taco thursday. the tiki bar, swim up tiki bar. >> i love the swim up tiki bar.
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>> all of these are towels and blankets. these big things up here are big towels and blankets. that's this in this little pouch right here. >> coolest person on the beach. >> you could be a mermaid. >> these are great. unbelievable price on these too. normally $20 to $36. >> this is so cool. >> now i just need a pool. >> all slashed in half, 8 pi$8.o $18. >> the bar is hilarious. you are all going home with a mission towel. and -- partnered with all of these great companies and you can get all the details on our websites. >> hey everyone, 8:27 a.m.,
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there thursday, june 1. we're watching traffic with matt pellman. >> reporter: 295 is locked up from 47 to black horse pike the culprit a fern bender taking out the -- fender bender taking out the left lane. we have a crash at 40 harding highway at buck road. bucks county, i-95 northbound side there's a crash north of street road taking out the left lane. coming north of the woodhaven stay to the right. we expect delays on the septa regional rails because of signal issues near fern rock.
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more than half an hour there and 40 minutes on the fox chase line. >> karen rogers is outside in for david murphy. >> reporter: i wonder if i could pull my desk outside and work outside for the rest of the day. we have a batch of clouds shift running through settling into south jersey and clearing out in philadelphia. we can see nothing but sunshine to the west. we'll enjoy a nice day ahead. the current temperature, 66 heading up to 81. we have not seen a lot of above average temperatures, but we are today. tomorrow, partly sunny skies, 80 degrees for the high. isolated thunderstorm at the end of the day. saturday looks dry, sunday looks wet. >> the office of city councilman david oh is in recovery after a successful surgery overnight. he was stabbed during an attempted robbery outside his home in southwest philadelphia. he is expected to make a full recovery. police are looking for the person who attacked oh and
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believe the would-be robber did not know he was a councilman. those with tips call 911.
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welcome back to "gma" live from times square. welcome back to "gma." everybody. we've got a great audience with us this morning. yes. very excited. a lot of earth, wind and fire and doobie brothers fans right here with their gear on. but before we get to that i want to talk to you about something. about secrets. how many of you think you're good at keeping a secret? raise your hand. >> amy, keep your hand down. >> hold up. you two are really good friends so obviously you know something that we don't know. >> amy, well, possibly. amy found out like five days into me knowing i was pregnant that i was pregnant and she told me don't tell anyone. >> please don't tell anyone. it's super early. you and my family know. >> so i said nothing but as the
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weeks went along -- >> not many weeks passed. >> one or two. >> and some of our -- >> our friends noticed that maybe sara could possibly be pregnant and so they were like, is sara pregnant and i went -- >> ho how do you keep the secret. >> i said no comment. >> oh. >> so i get a really guilty phone call. i'm an awful friend. i just needed to come forward and tell you this and tells me this story differently and our friends were like she giggled and goes, no comment. >> it didn't seem like i had a straight face but i didn't. sara hasn't trusted me with another secret and i've been good -- >> you owe me one. >> she gave me a second chance it was a fun secret. it's so hard. [ applause ] >> i know. i'm going to ask a lot of questions and see your response. >> if she says no comment -- >> that means yes. >> it comes with a smile. >> exactly. >> they say that -- >> can you keep secrets.
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>> if somebody tell meese a secret i literally forget. i don't know if that's good or bad. >> that goes to show how important your secret is to george. doesn't matter to me. i forgot. they say that the average person keeps around 13 secrets. >> would. >> yeah. >> how do they quantify that? >> they did a whole study. >> of all those secrets people told them. >> let me tell you how they did it. they examined 13,000 real life secrets recorded across ten previous studies, like if you recorded the secrets they're not secrets anymore. but they found that 60% involved a lie or a financial impropriety. >> oh. >> 33% involved a theft, a hidden relationship or discontent at work. >> this is getting very lifetime. >> unwanted pregnancy. >> where are the fun secrets? >> hey, if you want to share one, go ahead. >> i'll let amy.
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>> but it's all i got, okay. speaking of keeping secrets, people -- >> i have another question for the panel. how important is punctuality? if you set up a time to meet how important is it your friend shows up on time. do you give them a five to ten-minute grace period. >> yes, because i need it. >> five minute isn't a big deal if there was a woman who went online and she said that she was upset her friends get irritated if she's like 10, 15 minutes late and said they called her rude, entitled and really got upset about it and people online agreed and they said there's no excuse. you know, it's about saying your time is more important than other people's. so it created this huge debate. i think -- >> i'm forgiving of other people but i'm hard on myself. i want to be puntual. >> there's a difference between 5 and 15 minutes. >> in new york sometimes it's hard to gauge, i will say. >> you have to give a little leeway. it's out of your hands.
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>> does she give her friend a break. >> no, she's saying -- >> i get those friends -- i bet she's 45. >> if someone -- one thing if they're latestry now and then, if they're consistently latestry time you know it's their time that is different. >> you do have to factor it in. you know it's going to take longer. >> i know my friends. if i know the friend is always late i just show up late with them. [ applause ] >> that's true. that's true. i will say this is really interesting though and on a positive note according to various studies those always late more optimistic and more enthusiastic and typically more successful on life. >> putting it on everybody else. >> great people apparently. >> so late people is good. >> yep. >> hey, it's working for me. i'm going to stay late. you know what, u.s. not late, what's right on time one of the most buzzed about superhero movies, "wonder woman." i had the chance to sit down with chris pine himself who
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opened up about being the token male in a movie full of warrior women and why he uses a flip phone. very interesting. >> stand back. stand back. >> you are co-starring in the first female action movie. how is that? >> so to be on the beach with all these women doing their incredible fight sequence, i look over a rock. i think i tackle someone and see the men roll up with the strollers with the babies to watch the women work and not even work but just like kick ass was, it was quite something. >> this is different than what we're used to seeing, these powerful, strong women, kicking butt. so what is the message of this movie. >> the real theme of it is parity and equality is that women can do whatever they want to do. >> how hard did you have to train to get yourself in shape for this role.
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>> i trained an hour a day and was kind of fun for me because the novelty of it i get to be looked at like an object. she's standing there like a man just eating me up. >> what is your mission? >> i'm -- i am a spy. >> if i had a shield of truth, what is one truth nobody knows. are you on facebook. >> no. >> there's fans out there called the pine nuts. >> i love them to death. i'm prone to anxiety and i found my phone made me incredibly anxious so i just decided to kind of sever the cord. now with this flip phone i don't have wi-fi. >> and i do have other friends with flip phones. they're just if their 70s. >> there you go. >> i'm not in "guardians of the galaxy." that is chris pratt. i am chris pine. >> you joked on "snl" they can't tell you apart. is that really true. >> i call it the resume game. like someone will say my friend says you're somebody i should snow.
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what have you been in? i'm ryan pratt and i was in "the green thor." i knew it. it's always nice that fans come up and say i liked you in such and such. that's great but, you know, if i can rock in for a little bit longer i'm a happy clam. >> you're going to be out there, chris pratt, great to see you. >> good to see you. good to see you, man. [ applause ] >> that was chris pine, everybody. and "wonder woman," it hits theaters tomorrow. make sure check it out. we have the ultimate throwback thursday concert. we've been waiting for this all week. they are the doobie brothers, earth, wind and fire. i'm a concrete mason.
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♪ we are back now with the ultimate throwback thursday concert. two classic bands, earth, wind and fire and the doobie brothers, they're here and give us a sneak preview of their giant concert event called the classic east and the classic west. thank you, guys, for coming in on this thursday. we really appreciate it. >> so nice to be here. >> now, it's an amazing lineup but i'm curious. you both perform on two different days. are you going to watch each other perform? >> most definitely. wouldn't miss it. >> you have a favorite song of each other's? >> wow. >> they've good too many good songs. >> i remember where i was when i was doing just listening to these guys' music and i can't wait to mix it up. >> and for you guys, you guys
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are on the eagles steely dan moraling with you on both weekends. now, you have some news to share about the eagles, i understand. >> there's some breaking news. >> what's the breaking news? >> vince gill and deacon fryer are going to perform with the eagles. >> all right. that's breaking news. that's great news and, philip, you are performing with fleet wood pack and journey. what kind of audience are you expecting. >> crazy. energetic crazy, absolutely like full of energetic, crazy and both bands are good, all the bands are good, every word. these songs are just iconic. >> hanging on every word. we're hanging on every word you're saying but hanging on every word you guys are going to sing when you perform in a few minutes. you no he what you can do single day tickets for both the classic west and east they'll be available starting monday, june 5th at 10:00 a.m. so make sure you pick yours up. just ahead, both bands, they're
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going to perform live for our lucky audience here and for you at home. but first, we'll go to rob. new york we have a fog a shot of the brooklyn bridge. ground stop at the jfk airport. that's a check what's going on nationally. here's the local forecast. >> reporter: we have another day with temperatures hitting 80 degrees. right now a few clouds out and about. let's check the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, after morning clouds sun have skies, breezy, 81. tomorrow partly sunny, 80. abou that brings you back. >> i love the friendliness of the country and i love your accents. >> we love your accents. have a safe trip back.
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amy, back inside to you. >> thanks so much. and, hey, who is here ready for some doobie brothers? [ cheers and applause ] i think everybody is. here they are with one of their big hits, "china grove." [ applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ when the sun comes up on a sleepy little town down around san antone ♪ ♪ and the folks are rising for another day round about their homes ♪ ♪ the people of the town are
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strange and they're proud of where they came ♪ ♪ well you're talking about china grove oh china grove ♪ ♪ baby oh china grove ♪ they are the talk of the town ♪ ♪ when the gossip gets to flying and they ain't lying ♪ ♪ when the sun goes fallen on the ground ♪ ♪ they say that the father's insane and dear missus perkin's a game ♪ ♪ we're talking about the china grove oh china grove ♪ ♪ and baby love china grove ♪ every day there's a new thing coming the ways of an oriental view ♪
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♪ the sheriff and his buddies with their samurai swords ♪ ♪ you can even hear the music at night ♪ ♪ and though it's a part of the lone star state people don't seem to care ♪ ♪ they just keep on looking to the east ♪ ♪ one, two, three ♪
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♪ ♪ talking about the china grove and baby love china grove ♪ ♪ tell me darling [ cheers and applause ] there's nothing like trying something new. especially when it comes to snacking. that's why we're introducing cheese dippers. the creamy cheese and crunchy breadsticks that go wherever you do. cheese dippers by the laughing cow. reinvent snacking.
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♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ yeah hey when you wish upon a star ♪ ♪ your dreams will take you very
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far yeah ♪ ♪ but when you wish upon a dream life ain't always what it seems oh yeah ♪ ♪ what did you see on a night so clear in the sky so very dear ♪ ♪ you're a shining star no matter who you are ♪ ♪ shining bright to see what you could truly be ♪ ♪ you're a shining star no matter who you are shaping bright to see what you can truly be ♪ ♪ shining star for you to see what your life can truly be ♪ ♪ shining star for you to see what your life can truly be ♪ ♪ hey hey hey ♪ hey hey hey >> there's a party over there. ♪ hey hey hey
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♪ do you remember the 21st night of september ♪ ♪ love was changing the minds of pretenders while chasing the clouds away ♪ ♪ our hearts were ringing in the key that our souls were singing ♪ ♪ as we danced in the night remember how the stars stole the night away ♪ >> y'all sing with me. ♪ ba de ya say do you remember ♪ ba de ya dancing in september ♪ ♪ ba de ya never was a cloudy day ♪ >> everybody, come on. ♪ ba duda, ba duda ba duda badu ♪ ♪ ba duda badu ba duda badu
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♪ ba duda badu ba duda ♪ the bell was ringing aha our souls were singing ♪ ♪ do you remember never a cloudy day ♪ ♪ ba de ya de ya de ya ♪ ba de ya de ya de ya ♪ ba de ya de ya de ya de ya [ cheers and applause ]
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donald tmeet phil murphy,by former goldman sachs bankers. another wall street banker running for governor, whose firm helped trigger the financial meltdown that put millions out of work and out of their homes. murphy's trying to buy the election, paying off new jersey bosses. my name's john wisniewski, and i'm running for governor of new jersey. john wisniewski, the son of a millwright, who uncovered the bridgegate scandal and exposed chris christie's corruption. the choice -- insider wall street politics
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or main street, new jersey, values.
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tomorrow, we're working it with -- >> all: fifth harmony. >> announcer: "gma" live in central park. >> it's a party in the park. >> announcer: tomorrow only on -- ♪ good morning, america >> presented by king's hawaiian. ♪ "good morning america" is brought to you by ford. going further so you can. [ cheers and applause ] >> we got to say thank you to earth, wind and fire and the doobie brothers. they had us all dancing in the studio. i even saw george do a two-step. >> that's incredible. we have a special announcement teaming up with fifth harmony
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for a surprise this morning. so watch live on our twitter, facebook and instagram before they perform on "gma" tomorrow. >> have a great day, everyone. >> good morning it is 8:56 thursday, june 1. let's see what's cooking in traffic with matt pellman.
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>> reporter: it doesn't taste good, that's for sure. there's a truck pulling away as we watch. it was sitting in the left lane on the westbound schuylkill expressway jammed from this point to the curve. travel time is an hour because of that earlier disabled truck. in center city, vine street expressway there's a crash right here behind the overpass by broad street eastbound taking out the center lane jammed coming off the schuylkill expressway out to broad. a second accident in camden county 295 northbound of 42. ronald -- regional rails, half-hour to 40 minute delays because of signal problems. >> karen rogers in for david murphy with a great accuweather forecast. >> reporter: about an hour ago we had cloudy skies, not the case now. nothing but sunshine and blue skies. 70 degrees in philadelphia. and trenton and allentown and wilmington. it's 66 in brigantine and cape
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may. we have a few more clouds that are pushing to the east down there. but we'll warm up nicely down there today. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast high of 81 a little bit above average, mostly sunny skies, breezy this afternoon, tomorrow partly sunny skies 80s. isolated thunderstorm at the end of the day or at night. saturday dry, sunday wet. an update as we monitor the condition of philadelphia city councilman david oh recovering from a stabbing outside his home. we'll have a live report plus the search for his attacker. "live with kelly and ryan" is next. i'm matt o'donnell, have a great thursday and enjoy being outside!
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