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closed captioning provided by -- ld 48 weeks. my pharmacist said.. fungi-nail stops foot fungus fast before it spreads. fungi-nail. there's a certain farmer's market in russia that has some fresh peaches that are getting some attention. this leggy blond is out shopping. a lot of people in the market are paying her a lot of attention. watch this one mature woman. almost pats had her on the booty. you see the girl looking off to her left, there's a card game happening. this woman has since been identifying as victoria pandora on instagram. where there she gets lots of attention for her beauty vlogs.
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but her look not so appreciated on this day in the market. >> what's the sflobproblem? it seems people can wear what they want. >> it seems she's getting ridiculed. >> flatout letting her have it. >> as victoria turns around with her bag of apricots, she reaches in, pulls one out, and throws it at one of the other market keepers. the apricot lands and now here comes the lady who was selling eggs. >> oh, that's gross. >> yeah. victoria wasn't happy with this woman. and the egg lady attacks. >> and that's an older woman too. she is not going to play school games. >> that woman's got victoria by the scruff. a couple of guys step in to try to separate these two. and they do. but it isn't quite over.
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you see victoria speed up and walk after this woman. the old lady grabs her by the hair again. before victoria winds up leaving the market, she gets one last lick. one last little spiteful toss and she scoots off. that's where it seems to end. when you're going out minding your own business, but suddenly you catch sight of your own reflection, you're like wow, nice. >> you go, girl. >> little laila here totally gets it. she's got big old eyes. >> that permanent look of surprise. >> she goes scrolling through mom's phone. see if you can spot the moment when she spots herself. >> who is that? >> oh! wow!
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>> the first on fleek moment caught right there on video. >> it's just incredible. it's just like, mind blown! >> her response to her herself is even better. bailey, you like to talk about getting turned up. >> me? >> and sometimes all it takes is that one song. because even though this little one's fast asleep, dad's going to put on congratulations. watch how quickly he gets in the mood to dance. starts waking up. wait. i know that song! that's mine! that's my jam! hi, mom. hi, dad. this is amazing. he's like dad you play video games. and now i'm dancing like it's a club on a saturday. this is my song. >> how do you go from being knocked down cold to being up and krunk?
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>> that's the spirit of music. he's a genius. >> it's a simple life hack. as much as i love ramen, i end up with it on my clothes. instead of twirling, pulls out scissors, clips, and eats. >> does he not have front teeth? >> he does. but look how clean he is. >> he's got a white shirt and a bib. i'll give him tips. if you want to eat it and not get dirty, put knit a sandwich. >> you're so weird. >> i can picture what you're doing. doesn't make it any more right. >> hey, hey, hey. there's no judgment. >> i'm on board with him. >> me too. he did this in a restaurant and his friends were amazed. the people around him as well. >> so the secret is the chop
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chop sticks. >> the only drawback is you have to walk around with scissors. but other than that, you walk away with clean shirt, nobody know what is you had for lunch, and you're good. it's a new movie trailer -- >> for his new short film he's trying to create called "neutral." >> find out what this is all about. >> he's going to need a new car. and maila has discovered her new favorite show. >> she's watching you tell us a story. >> see what grabbed her attention. got my license! (cheering) woo! going on my first targetrun. need anything? laundry detergent! toothpaste! i'll get my purse. ok, nana. get everyday low prices on everyday essentials, targetrun and done. classic hershey's outside. with a new creamy, crunchy inside. new hershey's cookie layer crunch. classic reimagined.
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he's been one of our favorites on "right this minute" for a long time. our friend nathan barnett has dropped a new trailer for his short film he's trying to create called "neutral." this is where nathan plays an inept bounty hunter taking a female suspect cross country when they strike up an unusual relationship. this is his latest trailer, his latest tease tore try to drum up support for his film. nathan known for his physical comedy which we love. he's got some car trouble trying to deal with it in this heat of the desert. car takes off on him. even getting dragged a bit. >> it's not his day. >> it's not his day. but the good news for nathan is it's his day on kickstarter. he put his trailer up on that funding website and started to raise money. and, man, people responded. because they love nathan, they want to see him make his movie. initially he had a goal of $10,000. blasted past that. he's raised more money than he expected so he's going to try
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for a higher goal of $30,000. he's got less than a week left and he's trying to crack into that $30,000 mark. so it looks like his short film "neutral" is going to get made. and hopefully it will get made better than he imagined. >> this is why i like the social media and crowd funding thing. it's giving an avenue for so many creators in television, film, music to bring their indications to us. >> congratulations, nathan. you earned it. at first i thought it was you, oli. but it's clearly obvious it's the cat. see that? that's maila. maila is watching you tell us a story about jack. jack's the cat that belonged to the youtuber parents and the cat's in the car and the cat is making a lot of noise. >> yeah. did not shut up for the entire hour. >> yeah. jack kept meowing and meowing in
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the car. >> yeah. well that got the attention of maila here. >> only got eyes for me there. you go right there. >> i love this. wendy is one of our viewers and she said i have to send this to you, because this cat clearly has good taste in tv. this next video is something for you, nick. >> cute little fox. >> watch what this fox does. it bounces on the ball. and then -- >> that's the last we'll see that ball i bet. mine mine mine. later suckers! >> they are amused. they were like it took it, right? they're happy. i don't think they're going to get that back. these two definitely have a sense of humor. >> the floor's lava. >> no! >> get out. >> find out the rules to this entertaining game.
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playing a game you may recognize. >> the floor's lava. >> the floor's lava! >> get out. >> these two are just playing this game. the rules are essentially if you tell one of the other people the floor is lava, they have five seconds to get off the floor. the fun part being they always do it at really inopportune moments.
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like, for example, in the middle of grocery shopping. >> kevin, the floor is lava. five, four, three, two -- >> cleanup on aisle three. >> and that's why mom hated that game. >> it doesn't matter where they are, they've got to go for it. >> the floor is lava. >> oh, my. >> oh! >> the floor a lava! that is commitment to the craft right there. >> and i think that's why these videos are getting so much attention. because their commitment is just, you've got to respect it. >> the floor is lava. >> panic. >> he always gets busted at the wrong, wrong time. >> i have to be honest, in my opinion she is by far the best at this game. and the winner for me comes at the end.
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looks like they're just in some random corner store. >> the floor is lava. the floor is lava. five, four, three, two, one. >> this is full commitment. when she figures out where to go -- >> bravo, girl. >> a lot of businesses may not want people to play this game, but please start playing this game and send us the videos. >> yeah. thanks for hanging out with us, friends. we appreciate it. we'll see you next time on "rtm."
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call now for your free information kit. don't wait, call today. ♪ forward. this had not been my practice in the past. >> five days later, trump invites the fbi director to dinner at the white house. the president said, i need loyalty. i expect loyalty. i didn't move. speak, or change my facial expression. in any way. during the awkward silence that followed.
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we simply looked at each other in silence. towards the end of the dinner, comey says the president returned to the question of loyalty. he said, i need loyalty. i replied you will always get honesty from me. he paused, and then said, that's what i want. honest, loyalty. i paused and then said, you will get that from me. the next meeting, february 14th in the oval office. along with vice president pence. attorney general sessions, jared kushner and others. trump asks everybody to leave except comey. who describes what happens next. the president began by saying i want to talk about mike flynn. flynn resigned the previous day. the president began saying, flynn hadn't done anything wrong in speak with the russians. but he had to let him go because he had misled the vice president. comey says the president told him, he is a good guy. and has been through a lot. he repeated that flynn hadn't done anything wrong on his calls
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with the russians. he then said, i hope you can see your way clear, to letting this go. to letting flynn go. he is a good guy. i hope you can let this go. i replied only, he is a good guy. comey continues saying, i did not understand the president to be talking about the broughter investigation into russia, or possible links to his campaign. i've could be wrong. regardless it was very concerning given the fbi's role as an independent investigative agency. the president has denied asking comby to drop the flynn investigation. did you at any time urge former fbi director james comey in any way, shape, form to close or back down the investigation into michael flynn? and also, as you -- >> no. no. next question. >> april 11th, one last con conversation. trump calling again, asking to his name publicly cleared. and comey says, cryptically adding this.
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>> i have been very loyal to you. very loyal. we had that thing, you know. i did not reply. or ask him what he meant by that thing. that was the last time i spoke with president trump. the president issued a response to comey's prepared remark through his personal lawyer, mark kasowitz, who notes that comey says in fact he did well the president he was not under investigation. castlewitz says in the statement, the president feels completely totally vindicated. jonathan carl, abc news, the white house. >> trying to see who that was walking through the shot. lloyd, or blitzer? sure. >> going for a stroll. >> favorite drink i have seen, one of the d.c. bars serving up. moscow mules. not any different. all right. house speaker paul ryan did speak out about this. weighing in on comey's prepared testimony saying it is obviously not appropriate for the president to ask and fbi director for loyalty. >> ryan told msnbc, critical for
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fbi directors to be independent but wants to see evidence, witnesses context before making a judgment on the russia investigation or comey's firing. the nation's top intelligence officials are refusing to say what they discussed with president trump as james comey offers to provide play-by-play of his conversations. >> director of national intelligence, dan coats and national security intelligence agency officers, were grilled by the same committee comey will face. they denied or confirmed allegations that president trump asked them to intervene in the investigation into election meddling. >> i had never been directed to do anything i believe to be illegal, immoral, unethical or inappropriate. to the best of mu wreck lendtion during the same period of service i don't recall ever feeling pressured to do so. >> let me ask you specifically. did the president, the reports that are out there, sku ask you in any way, shape, form, to, to -- back off or downplay the
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russian investigation? >> i am not going to discuss the specifics of conversations with the president of the united states. i stand by the comment i made to you, sir. >> i do not feel it is appropriate for me to in the public session in which confidential conversations between the president and myself, i don't believe it is appropriate for me to -- to address that, in a public session. >> one senator demanded to know the legal basis, coats used for refusing to answer. coats said, he wasn't sure he had a legal base ills but added he is more than willing to answer questions in a cloeltszed quotation. and this reminder from us, about the comey hearing. abc news will cover it live, starting at 10:00 a.m. eastern time. >> overseas, isis is now claiming responsibility for a pair of bratz brazen attacks in. one on the country's parliament and another on the tomb of ayatollah khomeini. men armed, killed at least 12
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people. wounded 40 others. six known attackers were killed. five suspect were detained. bloodshed comes as emboemdened states, backed why president trump. harden stance against iran. tensions arising on the korean peninsula. north korea fired cruise missiles off the east coast. south korea's joint chiefs of staff says projectiles were at ape distance of 125 niles. that's how far they traveled. this comes nearly a week after the north fired a short-range ballistic missile that landed in the japan maritime economic zone. >>en this country, incredible video, of close ones of a tornado to show you. this was near haten, north dakota. 30 miles from the minnesota border. the man who shot the video was in a cornfield. he said the twister was 100 yard away. no injuries or damage reported. prift impressive. >> now tomb for sports. starting with a shocker from the
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world of college football. university of oklahoma football coach, bob stoops announced his retirement at age 56. led the sooners to ten conference finals and championship during his 1 years in kwharj. he says his health its not a factor. but he reports that he was, reports that he was ill were forced. >> really big deal there in college sports. >> meantime, to the pros now. game three of the nba finals will be remembered for one single shot. the one that put the golden state warriors ahead for good. awe off the shot was made bite kevin durant. the three pointer over cleveland's lebron james, led to golden staltd's, 118-113 victory. >> durant said he has been working on the shot his whole life. there you see it close up. the warriors win gives them commanding, 3-0 lead. they can wrap their second title in three seasons tomorrow night. in cleveland.
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right here on abc. >> what is your prediction? >> i think cleveland will pull one out. at least. >> one? >> win at least one game. in the series. very noncommitment. >> okay. fine. >> coming up in "the mix," not everyone is cut out for police work apparently, including, him, see bhie he was demote the to desk victory. >> the diet described as atkins on steroid. high in falt. protein. low in car,s. nutritionists are saying not so fast. remember you can check out our behind the scenes pictures on instagram, at abc, wnn. you are watching "world news now."
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quite a bit of fire power there. barrage of short-range rockets. fired by a rebel group that is received u.s. support in the
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syrian desert. they were launched against positions of militias backed by them. and fire has been on the rise in syria. >> witness describing a shooting in baltimore, near baltimore as the ok corral. she says a man in a great outfit, was a robbery suspect. fled the scene on commuter bus. police stopped the bus which prompted a shootout. the gunman took cover behind a van before he was killed. a police officer wounded. by stander was not as shell. >> and there was a defiant shout of not guilty from the man charged with killing two good samaritans and wounding another on ape portland oregon train. jeremy christian's attorney did not enter a plea during the court appearance. the stabbings followed christian's alleged anti-muslim rant against two teenagers. he says he is only guilty of defending him self. >> the star witness in bill cosby's sexual assault trial wrapped up seven hours of testimony over two days.
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>> legal experts consider cross-examination of crosby's central accuser key to delivering a conviction. >> bill cosby leaves the courtroom after sitting through what many experts say was the most anticipated moment of the trial. his accuser, andrea constandt taking the stand. >> either the jurors are going to believe her and prosecutors have a chance at conviction or they don't. >> reporter: recounting what he says are illicit details of the night. she claims bill cosby drugged and sexually assaulted her 13 years ago. now facing the defense. >> you can't judge how she has done on the stand before the cross-examination is over. >> cosby's lawyer, bear down on inconsistencies in her story and questions why she tind to reach out and call him after the alleged incident. those in the courtroom report that constant is con fi dechblt
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she claims any contact with cosby was purely professional. her mom also took the stand. outside the courthouse, gloria allred recaps her testimony. >> she is saying that he admitted to -- giving pills to her daughter. and that -- that, and, she suggest heed tried to make her think it was consensual. >> she is one of more than 50 women who have accused cosby of drugging and or sexual assault. cosby denies all accusations. >> the judge anticipated the trial would go two weeks. diane, kendis. with her take the stand. it could wrap up faster. >> all right, abc's correspondent for us. thank you. >> coming up in the next half-hour, whetherman beware. >> brad pitt may want your job. >> that's coming up in the skinny. >> first, the latest diet craze, keto diet with celebrities and athletes. is it right for you?
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burn out the night ♪ >> burn out the day. burn out the night. maybe try to burn some fat. >> oh. why? it feels so good. >> there is a hot new fitness craze out called the keto diet. promises to force the body to burn its own fat why you eat fat. >> interesting concept. does it work? is it safe? here is mara schiavocampo, skeptical. >> reporter: the latest weapon in the battle of the bulge. the keto diet. recently skyrocketing in popularity. from celebrities like kim kardashian and adriana lima and lebron james and tim tebow, the keto diet designed to get you into a state, ketosis, your body is so low on carbs it starts burning fat for fuel. >> this will lose weight. follow some months supervised you are getting the right
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percentages. >> reporter: how do you do it? keto dieters drastically cut carbs to about 10% of their daily diet. and some cases, just 20 grams a day. >> put all your carbs together. what does that look like? >> maybe, a slice of bread. >> that's it. >> 31-year-old samantha has been on the keto diet four weeks. >> your breakfast looks very different. >> all my meals are different. >> so far work. samantha losing 17 pounds and counting. but she says it is not just great for weight loss. she feels better overall too. >> i have more energy. with this one running around. my workouts have gotten so much better. definitely more stamina. >> the other keys to keto. getting 20% of your calories from protein. and eating lots of fat. for some, more than 70% of their diet. >> so this glass of olive oil represents the recommended intake of fat.
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on the keto diet. five times recommended intake for daily fat. some argue this diet is not all it is cracked up to be. possibly leading to muscle loss, and depriving brain of preferred source of fuel, carbs. critics arguing it is nearly impossible to follow long term. >> the jury is kind of out on, whether or not it is safe on the long term. what most studies say you can follow a ketogenic diet for some months. really not indicated to follow for multiple months. you don't want the body to stay in ketosis long term. >> mara schiavocampo, abc news, new york. >> ha-ha. >> way to buzz kill. this its out. that donut, no. >> you enjoy the keto diet. >> look off the fat. the keto diet. the butter. >> yeah. that part works. can i leick off the butter, eating all the popcorn. that part. >> those are carbs. carbs are the enemy. jack, the donut is not on keto. >> delicious though.
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>> that means you get lots of stars. >> and that's true. more than zero stars. if you want to go to the bathroom. a three minute walk. there is an out house. >> isn't there a lake behind them? >> true. some trees. man. all right. well there you have it. zero star hotel. >> all right. time for adorableness. hopefully forgive me for ruining your punchline for this one. >> dog was too kind. >> ha-ha. >> fighting crime can be tough. or rough. >> ruff. >> especially if you are too busy laying down on the ground. for belly rubs rather than standing at attention. >> oh. >> that was the problem for gavel the dog. from australia. and he tried his hardest and police academy but they fired him basically because, rather than stand at attention like he is supposed to constantly laying on the ground asking for belly rubs. >> look at him. how cute. belly rubs. >> how heavy he is. give him a new roll. he its the governor's
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this morning on "world news now," comey in the spotlight. the former fbi director testifies before congress about his one-on-one conversations with the president. we have new reaction from a trump lawyer, plus see how people across the country are settling in for the tv spectacle. >> plus the showdown on capitol hill. senators with tough questions for the nation's top intelligence officials. all of them though, refusing to say whether or not president trump had asked them to intervene in comey's russia investigation. >> and new this half-hour, we are going courtside at nba finals. >> yes we are, game three. turning into an epic nail biter with lebron james, battling hard to keep his kingdom from crumbling. we'll have a full wrap-up including preview of the upcoming do or die game four.
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in case you are wondering if tlc is hating on scrubs, the answer is, they are. they still don't want your number. some are still trying to holler at them on twitter. take a look at how tlc is trolling scrubs hanging out on the passenger side of their best friend's ride on this thursday, june 8th. >> from abc news, this is "world news now." ♪ ♪ >> and oh, what a man to rock into a thursday morning. >> i don't want no -- >> i don't want no -- >> you know what i think in the years since "scrubs came out" we as a fellow scrub owned it. we are okay with the title. i don't mind being a scrub. >> sitting on the passenger's side of your best friend's ride trying to holler at me. >> then as the the 6 train. my friend's can't afford a car. we'll dig into that later in the
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"the skinny." >> we'll start things off with anticipation building as the country waits to hear directly from former fbi director james comey. >> comey's appearance on capitol hill its hours away. take a look at this, some bars in washington, d.c. and beyond are opening early to capitalize on testimony. like this one. offering russian vodka flavors and fbi sandwiches. yes. >> what is an fbi sandwich? >> curious what is in it. there are some on the west coast opening extra early as well. the senate intelligence committee released comey's prepared remarks. comey describes several conversations with president trump that he found to be uncomfortable. >> in one meeting, comey documented that he said the president told him, quote, i need loyalty, i expect loyalty. comey says, quote, i didn't move, speak, or change my facial expression in any way during the awkward silence that followed. we simply looked at each other in silence. toward the end of the dinner, comey says the president returned to the question of loyalty, saying i need loyalty to which comey replied, you will always get honesty from me. the president paused and said
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that's what i want, honest loyalty. comey paused and said, you'll get that from me. >> in addition to the request for loyalty, comey says the president asked him to drop any investigation into former security adviser michael flynn. and he assured the president he was not under investigation. and the president told comey the russian investigation was a cloud that impaired his ability to do his job. so, president trump's personal attorney is praise all of that testimony saying the president feels completely, completely and totally vindicated, comey confirmed the president is not under investigation. >> others pointed out conversation maze have been unusual, inappropriate, not illegal.
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president's critics want to know if comey was fired because he refused the president's requests. >> and a reminder, abc news has live coverage today on the hearing which gets under way at 10:00 eastern time t everybody will be watching. don't you think? >> many from the bars all across the country. >> some of the other bars, one in d.c. will have the frozen drink. >> bars in houston, san francisco. opening extra early happening on eastern time zone. >> exactly. exactly. >> i want to see coverage of the bars. >> at what point will they get bored? >> oh. >> this will probably go all day long. this hearing. >> that's what the drinks are for. keep you going. >> keep you going. day drinking all day. >> senators who face james comey grilled the nation's top intelligence chiefs. man of their questions remain
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unanswered. >> officials discussed russia's activities during the election. largely silent when asked if the president pressured them to sway the investigation. here is abc's pierre thomas. >> reporter: the standoff went on for 2 and a half hours. senators from both sides pressing the nation's top intelligence officials about whether president trump asked them to intervene in the investigation into michael flynn or the russia investigations in any way. >> let me ask you specifically, did the president, the reports that are it out there, ask you in any way, shape, form, to back off or downplay the russian investigation. >> not going to discuss specifics of conversations with president of the united states. >> are you prepared to say you have never felt or been asked by the president or the was to influence an ongoing investigation. >> i am not prepared to answer your question today. >> at issue critical conversations with the president. after president trump allegedly asked then fbi director james comey, about the investigation into michael flynn, saying i hope you can let this go. did the president then turn to director of national intelligence, dan coats to sway
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him as well. as the "the washington post" reported. >> i have never been pressured. never felt pressure to, to intervene or interfere in any way and shape, with shaping intelligence and in a political way or, or in relationship. on going investigation. >> law makers then pressing further. asking not whether they felt pressured, but simply did the president ask them to intervene? >> we have press reports of not once, but twice, that the president of the united states asked you to either downplay the russian investigation or to directly intervene with, director comey. can you set the record straight about what happened or didn't happen? >> confidential conversations between the president and myself, i don't believe it's appropriate for me to address that in a public session. >> other conversations. not about flynn, this time about possible collusion with the
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russians. did the president try to get coats and nsa director mike rogers to publicly deny there was any evidence of trump campaign officials clueding with russians. >> i have never been directed to do anything i believe to be illegal, immoral, unethical or inappropriate. >> over and over they would not reveal what if anything the president had said to them. and many senators grew frustrated. saying there was no reason not to answer the questions. >> well i think your unwillingness to answer a very basic question speaks volumes. >> why are you not answering? >> i feel it is inappropriate. >> what you feel isn't relevant. >> i stand by the comments. i am not interested in repeating myself, sir. i don't mean that in a, contentious way. >> well i do mean it in a contentious way. >> pierre thomas, abc news. >> the president pick to lead the fbi is known as experienced law enforcement attorney, christopher ray currently works at a high powered law firm. a top ranking official at justice department under george w. bush.
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and he represented new jersey governor chris christy in the so-called bridgegate scandal. could be weeks before a senate committee considers his nomination and in cincinnati the president plugged his plans for rebuilding america's infrastructure. he promised a first-class system of roads, bridges and waterways. a white house proposal would fund improvements with $200 billion in public funds. >> former friend of the woman accused of pressuring her boy friend to commit suicide took the stand wednesday saying she admitted to being on the phone with him when he died. according to testimony. michelle carter text aid classmate saying the carbon monoxide death was her fault. adding i could have stopped him but i told him to get back in the car. she allegedly texted another classmate saying, i heard him die. the defense had said, supporting someone in a suicide does not create a homicide. >> parts of the central and southern florida can expect more rain today. those areas are waterlogged from a week of rain but could see flooding with up to 4 inches of
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rain in the forecast. all that water has allowed fish to find their way into the streets. residents say, it's the highest water they have seen in a dozen years. >> so we have video of what looks like an affront to all rules of dipping. >> this happened during last night's braves phillies game in atlanta. some how this fellow wound up with barbecue sauce. >> rather than let it go to waste. he lets a fan dip a chicken tend near the glob. and the fan eats that tender. >> so the guy with the sauce on his shirt, eventually cleaned it off in a conventional manner. >> smart, smart, you dent want to waste. >> good barbecue sauce. >> great barbecue sauce. >> shirt looks pretty clean. >> yeah. >> double dip. flip and dip. >> still sauce on the shirt dip. >> dip. >> it will catch on. warriors put the cavs away in game three. they are now just one win away from a new title. how can lebron and company get back in it? our tj holmes is there.
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>> golden state, perfect. a crushing loss to the cavs. the warriors take a 3-0 lead in the finals. >> not looking great for the cavs right now. but they're down not out. one more shot to stay in the nba finals. >> they did get the closest yet in the series to beating the warriors in their loss last night. t.j. holmes was there in cleveland, courtside for all of the acts. tj. >> reporter: all right, kendis,
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diane. now what? we now have the golden state warriors up 3-0. in the finals. and there is no team in any round of any nba playoffs. that has ever come back from 3-0 down to win a series. so, i know it is lebron james, and i know -- how, how -- quite frankly, great he its. but this is not the same warriors team that we have seen the past two years. because they added a key ingredient. and that is kevin durant. kevin durant is, is, has been one of the top two, three, four, five players, the past five plus years in the league. in fact it was kevin durant who actually sank a bucket of three pointer, late in the game, that put the warriors on top and they did not look back from that.
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so here we are. 3-0, guys. and to now think that the possibility of the cavaliers coming back from this, look, we don't think they could do it last year. a lot of people wouldn't think they could do it this year. but i think we have learned at this point to wait and see. to see what could possibly happen. but game four on friday here at the q. we will see what lebron james and his cavaliers can come up with. kendis, diane. y'all tell me what do you think. >> ha-ha. >> i am not giving up hope. just yet. >> so you are going cavs in seven. >> yes. >> ha-ha-ha. >> we'll see. >> we have seen it before. >> yeah. >> just my, my -- >> that's your positive outlook. great series so far though. >> coming up why tlc still don't want no scrubs. >> and what brad pitt is doing as a weather -- why are you looking at me, when you say that? >> just something about scrubs made me. >> yes, brad pitt as the a weatherman. "the skinny" is next. ♪ herman. "the skinny" is next.
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♪ ♪ the passenger side of the best
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friend's ride ♪ >> you are going to have it in your head all day long. you are welcome for that ear worm. "the skinny" time. and time to feel a little old. can you believe 18 years since tlc dropped the hammer on the cheap two-timing losers out there. >> ha-ha. >> two times,why limit me. >> like you, we assume the no scrubs policy still holds. but some busters are apparently looking for a pass. we won't name, names. tlc not having it. >> hoping to start a fun debate. does anyone know if tlc has relaxed its policy on scrubs? >> funny responses. all of a sudden look who swoops in with a definitive, hell no. tlc themselves, baby. >> we are not sure if it was tboz or chili manning the twitter account. who ever it was full of shade. they went looking for their next trolling victim. actor zach braff, what did he to
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to anybody. former star of scrubs. so braf saw renewed proclamation and tweeted so pissed. >> and tlc, responded, zach bratt is a guy who thinks he is fine. >> if they go after zach, the world is not safe. >> not just trolling twitter. new music out. and video from way back is the first video in 14 years. >> just love that, zach braff. >> what did zach braff do to anyone? >> came out with a show called scrubs. >> good sound. >> happy to see them back. >> yeah. >> they also look like they haven't aged at all. >> yeah. >> time machine or something. >> their skin looking good.
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hair looking good. >> maybe the next song will be about. >> midsection looking good there. >> not dealing with scrubs in your life will do for you. >> make you young. >> is that what it is. >> next little country music, grim forecast from television's newest weatherman. brad pitt. >> yeah, premiere of comedian jim jeffrey's show on come decentral. jeffreys promised a special guest to talk about the president's withdrawal from the paris climate accord. pitt's been fairly outspoken on the issue pretty blunt in the forecast. >> so things are going to be getting warmer in this area here. and this area here. >> thank you, weatherman do you have any future forecast for us? >> there is no future. >> that's an accurate predict
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forcing weatherman. >> there you go. >> by the way who is his taylor. that suit is quite something. >> quite like it. >> found a new look for you. tomorrow's "world news now." >> forget the romper. going with that look. >> the facial expression. not global warming. wondering what in the world are you wearing. newsmen, the prestigious award. >> local news anchors across the country were judged to see who had the best coif, from which state. pick out standouts. from abc of course. you have ryan kiaverini from powerhouse chicago station. windy city live. looking good. >> representing texas, seth kovar, news 25 in wacco. >> in neighboring oklahoma, paul folger honored for a year, solid do, that is like perfect anchorman hair. >> really its. like a lego sit. clicks right on to his head? >> lastly. we have to give an honorable
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mention for our kendis gibson of course. he might not have hair, but if he did. there you go. just want to show the people. how that would be.
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>> blessings, blessings, blessings. look at my life, man. >> reporter: you grabbed your shot. how did you start? >> somebody called me. yo, like one of my friend. kanye is down at the station. go down there rap for him. probably like you, sign you. sounded stupid, silly. got down there when he was leaving. >> reporter: what did you stay? >> asked if i could rap for him. he was like, man, we kind of running late. i was like, oh, damn, you are like my hero. he was like, all right, rap walking out of the station, you know what i am saying. i started rapping. the chance that gave me the moment to kick in the door. >> reporter: that thing happen to you now? >> that is it. >> reporter: all the time. see people looking now. >> all the time. >> all the time. it's like, we listen to it as much as we can too. >> people give you tapes you. listen to it? >> yeah, for sure. every time. >> reporter: for sean, giving back is a driving force.
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launching a program in his hometown called mogul prep. >> i have never heard of anything like this before. >> reporter: workshops which aim to teach kids from low income background the ins and outs of the music business. >> those people who have jobs, long lasting careers. those last longer than a lot of artists careers. that's something that never was explained or taught to us in high school that we didn't know. >> you can always bounce back. >> reporter: his work earned his detroit's key off to the city. what does detroit mean to you? >> detroit has gone through the ups and downs as a city. you know as a whole. gives you the spirit of a champion. you know what i mean? it gives you like, the forever, yearning to just want to boss that more and more. >> thanks to sunny there. >> fascinating how he got his start. >> you going to try the same route? >> no, no, not at all. i'll take the l, that's it. >> good for him. give back too. don't miss updates on facebook at >> announcer: this is abc's "world news now," informing insomniacs for two decades. >> announcer: this is abc's "world news now," informing insomniacs for two decades.
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making news in america this morning, we are hours away from the highly anticipated testimony from former fbi director james comey. this morning we have new reaction from president trump after comey's opening statements were released. hear why trump feels already vindicated. plus the other showdown at the capitol. lawmakers grilling intelligence officials about the russia investigation, the exchanges getting heated. >> why are you not answering? >> i feel it is inappropriate, senator. >> what you feel isn't relevant, admiral. >> the flurry of questions not getting answered. new this morning, a rapper attacked while performing on stage. we have the dramatic video just in. and the warriors one win away from an nba championship and a perfect playoff. can the cavs pull off another epic comeback?


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