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were arrested. police do not have a motive as of yet. and are still investigating. >> singer phil collins apologizing to fans after a head injury forced him to cancel two concerts. a statement on his facebook page says he fell walking to the bathroom in the hotel room. he is 66 years old. and suffered from drop foot and lost his -- balance. collins is in the hospital after receiving stitches near his eye. he postponed concerts last night. and tonight in london. >> and happy birthday to, to barbara bush. the former first lady turning 92 yesterday. president bush turning 93 on monday. their birthdays close together. they have been married 72 years. >> the best part, the former president sent out a lovely tweet saying. happiest of birthdays to barbara pierce of new york, i am still the luckiest guy in the world. our relationship goals right there. >> totally. >> all right, coming up, a brand new museum dedicated to the world's biggest failures.
>> remember heinz green ketchup, coke black, or trump board game. yes. a guided tour straight ahead. you are watching "world news now." how do they avoid trips to the post office? stamps.com mail letters, ship packages, all the services of the post office right on your computer. get a 4 week trial, plus $100 in extras including postage and a digital scale. go to stamps.com/tv and never go to the post office again. two kids barfed in class today. it was so gross.
♪ now you're just somebody that i used to know ♪ >> random. >> random. like it. jams this morning. estimated 30,000 consumer products are launched every year with vast majority failing within the first year. >> some fail pretty spectacularly. now, a brand new museum of failure has just opened up in sweden. and this morning we are getting a tour of some things that we used to know. >> reporter: trump board game. i'm back you. are fired. lousy version of monopoly. the plastic bicycle.
eve everlasting. never rusts. wobbles while you bike. double drumstick. play on the up stroke and down stroke. my definition of failure is when things don't turn out the way you want it to. i am samuel west, curator of museum of failure. 70 failed innovations. it is not about nostalgia, not about obsolete technology. we don't have a typewriter here. typewriter was a success. i was tired of all of the success stories, they're all alike. i wanted to learn more about failures. the n-gauge, game console, phone. use it phone. sideways to your head. mocked as the taco phone. this is the facial mask. strap it on to your head. shock your face for 15, 20 minutes. turn as beautiful as you can be.
the google glass. awesome piece of technology. really cool screen. built in camera. problem google didn't appreciate the privacy issue to be such a problem. some of the items here at museum, target women. like the bic pen for her. women were insulted. the product flopped. other products target men like harley davidson cologne. problem was bikers didn't like it. seeing these great huge companies fail when they try something new, it liberates us and allows us to be more accepting of our own failures. >> oh. >> good news, we are not in the failure hall of fame yet. >> didn't get to that part of the area. >> we dropped off before that. >> coke black apparently coffee flavored beverage. lasted two years, 2006-2008. sounds like a great idea. >> sound like it. apparent leap tasly tasted terr.
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new herbal essences. let life in. time for insomniac theater. previewing two movies this weekend. >> wonder woman will likely rule again for a second weekend in a row. new competition including this one. being widely described as trump era satire. very plain selma hyak, plays an immigrant from mexico, built a career as holistic healer, challenged by a real estate tycoon at a dinner party becomes uncomfortable. >> when i first came to the united states. >> did you come legally? >> yes. >> how did that work? >> i had family here on my mother's sigh. my grandmother died.
>> they're all citizens? >> god, dad, you work for the ins? you are grilling her? >> i'm curious. a lot of people come here illegally. i was interested in how she did it. >> okay. just ignore him. >> for the most part, the critics are loving it. giving it solid 79%, rotten tomatoes. uh. but christopher gray appears to disagree saying -- >> next to something a lot less political than that. tom cruise headlines a spectacular remake of the "mummy." >> spectacular. playing a soldier of fortune.
who plunders sites. he unearths a egyptian princess entombed thousand of years who is hellbent on revenge. >> exact science this business. >> what? >> the business being -- >> evil. recognize and contain examine destroy. she is by far the most ancient we have ever encountered. >> there are some serious actors in the movie. despite $125 million budget, the critics are hating it. peter travers writes -- >> and a.o. scott, blunt. >> tom cruise, cashing a paycheck basically.
this morning on "world news now" -- the comey hangover. >> the fallout from fbi, former fbi director james comey's testimony before congress and american people. the white house now firing back and disputing almost everything comey said with one major exception. we'll fell you what that was and what's next for the russia investigation. we will also talk to a former fbi special agent live. >> comey's testimony watched by tens of millions of americans. a sort of daytime drama that would make nixon proud. the high profile hearings part of modern day culture. a look back at the nation's made for tv historic moments. >> breaking news, calls for england's prime minister to resign after stunning election
results. no longer have an overall majority. >> outrage on the streets of rhode island, one street. angered neighbors are protesting a road being built out of old clam shells. what's not to love about that? um, well, if you thought that sound fishy. that's because the it does. the investigation later. in this half-hour on friday june 9th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> like who came up with the idea? >> i don't know. trying to preserve the world. >> have a great idea. put clams there. sure it will just be all right. >> yeah. >> we'll dig into that. of course, a lot of people dissecting all that took place yesterday. with the comey hearing. james comey appearing on capitol hill for several hours. >> he delivered a blunt account of his interactions with president trump marred by deep distrust. he accused the administration of
outright lying defaming him and the fbi. >> comey said the president asked him to drop the investigation into michael flynn which he interpreted as an order. the surprising headline he admits to leaking his own memos to the press after the president fired him. let's start with justice correspondent pierre thomas. >> reporter: with the eyes of the nation upon him, former fbi director james comey emerged from seclusion to tell his story. >> director, you are now under oath. >> in his first public appearance since being fired, comey accused the white house of smearing his name. >> the administration then chose to defame me and more importantly the fbi by saying that the organization was in disarray, that it was poorly led, that the work force had lost confidence in its leader. those were lies, plain and simple. >> comey describes his growing unease with the president. starting with their first one-on-one meeting at trump tower. soon as the it was over, comey
got into his fbi vehicle parked outside, and began taking notes on his laptop. >> what was it about that meeting that led you to determine that you need to start putting down a written record? >> combination of things. i think the circumstances, the subject matter and the person i was interacting with. honestly concerned he might lie about the nature of our meeting. thought it was important to document. >> then what was the most disturbing interaction of all, february 14th meeting in the oval office with comey, the president and his top advisers. at the end, the president tells comey to stay, ordering everyone else out of the room. including attorney general jeff sessions and jared kushner. >> my impression was something big is about to happen. i need to remember every single word spoken. my sense was the attorney general knew he shouldn't be leaving, which is why he was lingering. i don't know mr. kushner well, i think he picked up on the same thing. and so i knew something was
about to happen that i needed to pay close attention to. >> reporter: when they were alone, comey claims the president asked him to back off the investigation into fired national security adviser michael flynn. saying he is a good guy and has been through a lot. i hope you can let this go. senators on both side asked about that wording, the president saying, i hope you can let this go. i took it as a direction. the president of the united states with me alone saying i hope this. i took it as this is what he wants me to do. i didn't obey that. that's the way i took it. >> why didn't you stop and say, mr. president, this is wrong. i cannot discuss this with you? >> a great question. maybe if i were stronger, i would have. i was so stunned by the conversation that i just took it in. look, i have seen the tweet about tapes. lordy, i hope there are tapes. >> three months later, comey was fired. he says he quickly wanted to get his side of the story out.
and he planned to use those detailed memos of his one-on-one conversations with trump. >> i asked a friend of mine to share the content of the memo with the reporter. didn't do it myself for variety of reasons. asked him to. i thought that might prompt the appointment of a special counsel. >> do you believe this will rise to obstruction of justice? >> i don't know. that's bob mueller's job. >> reporter: there is no question in comey's mind about one thing, why he lost his job. >> there was an explanation, i don't buy it. it is my judgment i was fired because of the russia investigation. i was fired in some way to change, or the endeavor was to change the way the russia investigation was conducted. that is, that is a very big deal. >> reporter: mueller has the the memos and is assessing them. comey clearly trying to make the case that mueller must investigate the circumstances of his encounters with the president to determine if a crime was committed. >> going to pick up where he left off.
the senate intelligence committee now plans next week to speak with the special counsel, robert mueller. >> senators want to review comey's memos and notes he turned over to mueller. they plan to question key witnesses including the president's son-in-law. sources tell abc news, jared kushner expected to be interviewed within the next several weeks. >> congress is pressing the was to release any tapes that might exist of meetings between comey and the president. >> interestingly president trump has been utterly sigh le lly si comey's testimony and tweets so far. we're told the president did watch part of the hearing and received updates from aide throughout the morning. his personal attorney did speak publicly firing back at comey disputing almost everything he said with one notable exception. >> mr. comey has now finally confirmed publicly what he repeatedly told president trump privately. that is, that the president was
not under investigation as part of any probe into russian interference. the president never suggested that mr. comey, "let flynn go." >> donald j. trump. >> toward the end of comey's testimony the president trump left the white house and headed to a friendly environment, annual gathering of christian conservatives. >> the president did not mention comey but blast his critics telling the crowd "we are all under siege." >> they will lie. they will obstruct. they will spread their hatred and their prejudice. but we will not back down from doing what is right. i want to know who are the 19%? >> the president thanked evangelical community for support and promised to safe guard freedom. >> he urged the audience to help him stop democratic obstructionism and send more republicans to congress in next
year's midterm. >> we turn to steve gomez, special agent in los angeles, thank you for joining us. first, foremost. >> good morning. >> you heard comey's testimony, former fbi director admitting to giving his notes to a friend at "the new york times." at a maximum is this legal, at a minimum is it ethical? >> well it is at the minimum, it is a problem from a couple stand points. one, as the former leader of the fbi he was a role model for all of the organization. and that isn't exactly the example you want to set for fbi agents, analysts and personnel that, if you don't like something, then you leak it to the media. that's really a problem. we have seen other issues like that from the nsa contractor and so on. that is a problem there. whether it is legal -- that's, that's a question that is debated. has been debated by legal scholars. the fact is whenever, as an fbi
investigator, you, you have an interview or any kind of encounter with anybody and you take notes there is a reason for taking the notes. he took the notes. typically you would take the notes and place those in an envelope to be held in an investigative file for down the road, recollection, so on. it should technically be part of a file. the fact it was released there will be some debate about whether that was legal or not. >> lot of questioning into that. the fbi pride itself on being independent. how unusual for a president and the head of the fbi to have nine one-on-one communications? >> that is fairly unusual. especially in light of the situation with these investigations. the fbi director is supposed to be independent objective nonpartisan. when there are investigations whether it is directly involving another government official like the president or even
tangentially involving in this case the trump campaign there should be every effort to stay away from having that kind of conversation as they did as was described in the testimony. so, the fact that that is something that came up and the, the director, the former director didn't push back, that's a big concern. because the that's what you have to do. we have seen that with louis freeh, former a.g., janet reno. >> during the clinton years indeed. steve gomez. from los angeles. thank you for joining us. >> the hearing attracted millions of viewers across the country. >> interestingly watch parties springing up across the u.s. people were riveted to screens at homes, offices, bars nationwide. this was easily the most talked about congressional hearing in recent memory. >> yeah, some say important for the theater of it alone. others are happy americans actually want to stay informed. >> it is actually really
reassuring to me that people are active and interested. >> most exciting time to live in isn't it? fbi director is calling trump a liar on national television. what a hoot. >> what a hoot. >> what a hoot it is. some people needed to just a big deep breath. little sigh, little ohm. people took a zen approach to the hearings in los angeles. had chilled champagne. chilling out with yoga. >> drinking parties. waiting for presidential tweet. in which bars were going to have the entire first round. didn't happen. didn't even hear the word. >> apparently, yoga, they namaste-ed away from partisanship. >> stunning election results coming in, call for the prime minister's resignation. >> plus the very long tradition of high profile congressional hearings as america hangs on every word from former fbi director james comey. looking back at some other
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ntsb looking into the deadly crash of a church bus filled with high school students. it struck a vehicle on the way to the atlanta airport. one person was killed. the students from huntsville, alabama, were headed on a mission to africa. >> breaking overnight, political uncertainty in britain after the snap election. calls for prime minister may to resign after early results show a major set back for her party. the conservative party will no
longer have an overall majority in parliament. it is a stunning setback for may who was expecting historic landslide. may called the early election hoping to gain a wider majority. a landslide would have strengthened her hand in talks with brexit, which was the vote to leave the european union. >> we are learning details about the government contractor charged with leaking classified u.s. documents. her name reality winner appearing there in a georgia courtroom where she pleaded not guilty to charges. prosecutors released information in their case against winner, including a notebook entry which said she wanted to burn down the white house. they warned the judge she may have more stolen secrets. she was denied bail. >> this woman was apparently so distracted by her cell phone, she fell six feet down a cellar opening, in plainfield, northern new jersey. the 67-year-old woman may have been texting or playing a game when she fell.
emergency crews rescued her, rushed her to the hospital. remains in serious condition. authorities say the access doors were open because of gas line repairs. >> that is terrifying. when life gives you lemons, make lemonade. or in florida get a surfboard. >> surfboard. record rains, the past few days left streets filled with water. so much water that a couple guys in north lauderdale decided to hang ten. they attached the board to a truck. >> one guy tweeting he was finally able to accomplish one of his dreams. dream big. dream big, folks. >> that is one big dream. okay. coming up. political drama playing out in daytime. >> looking back on some of the other big moments coming up next. ♪ ♪ rient blends fueling hair 100% stronger that's instantly smoother and tangle free. because strong is beautiful.
>> called himself and said can you come over for dinner. i hung up had to call my wife and break a date with her. supposed to take her out to dinner that night. >> one of the all time great excuses in breaking a date. >> in retrospect. i love spending time with my wife. wish i had been there that night. >> one question i will not follow up with. >> valentine's day. lighter moments from the widely watched testimony of former fbi director.
>> plenty of hype turning the hearing into an event reminiscent of some of the biggest, dramatic moments in political history. tom llamas gives us a look back. >> i did not have sexual relations with that woman. >> it depend on what the meaning of the word is, is. >> president bill clinton in 1998, forced to admit on primetime television before 70 million people his relationship with white house intern monica lewinsky. >> i did have a relationship with ms. lewinsky that was not appropriate. in fact it was wrong. >> reporter: every moment gripping the nation including the impeachment hearings. >> the evidence suggests the eight months included false statements under oath, false statements -- >> reporter: earlier sexual harassment allegations against clarence thomas which he denied. the drama playing out in realtime. more than 20 million tuning in. >> he would turn the
conversation to a discussion of sexual matters. his conversations were very vivid. >> this is a circus, a national disgrace. and from my standpoint, as a black american, as far as i am concerned it is a -- >> in the 80s, oliver north brought his feisty lawyer to answer questions about iran-contra. >> letting the witness on jkt if -- letting the witness object if he wishes to. >> maybe most famous of all, the investigation into watergate. >> i'm not a crook. >> reporter: that had the most dramatic finale of all. >> i shall resign the presidency effective at noon tomorrow. >> reporter: the famous wave and unforgettable exit on live television. tom llamas, abc news, new york. >> quite a few big moment there in the history. >> at the very least gets
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so i know how important that is. it is time now for "the mix." i'm struggling with how to explain the next story. because the it just makes no sense. but let's see if you guys understand it. neighbors are furious in rhode island because there was a man who decided to build a road, driveway, out of smelly clam shells. i guess he decided they were biodegradable. >> makes sense to me. >> they were fit for a road. he did this, the problem its you imagine the stench. so neighbors have complained. and police are now investigating. spending their -- time investigating. >> maybe need to quit whining. a nice smell. >> shell of a problem. >> it gives you, just need to get used to the beautiful smell. >> ode de clams.
>> their biggest problem is all the people who are honking because it stinks. we get the stories once in a while. a guy buys a ring, years ago at a garage sale. $13. in the 1980s. brought it to an auction recently, actually worth $850,000. >> why does this never happen to me what i want to know. i need to go to garage sales. >> you're buying from the cracker jack box. >> the polka. ♪ politics and foreign wars all right weather all the scores ♪ ♪ that's the world news polka ♪ tapes that roll in way too slow stuff you saw on koppel's show ♪ ♪ that's the world news polka ♪ it's late at night you're wide awake and you're not wearing pants ♪ ♪ grab your mug and everybody dance ♪ ♪ have some fun be a pal every anchor guy and gal ♪ ♪ do the world news polka
this morning on "world news now," breaking news from the uk, voters deal a stunning set back to the prime minister there. the cause for her resignation, growing louder now. we'll bring you the latest. >> bombshell of the day in washington with former fbi director, blasting president trump and the white house over what he calls "lies." what's next in the russia investigation? we'll have the answers. >> new this half-hour, chaotic and tense moments at a grocery store. >> man turning against his co-workers killing three people. the chilling video he posted just before it happened. >> and we'll switch gears, and turn to "the skinny." if you thought they were ready to bury the hatchet, think again. the bad blood is still real. taylor swift, throwing serious
shade overnight at katy perry. on katy's big day. the big breaking news in "the skinny." on this friday, it is june 9th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> say good morning to you everybody. >> i'm in door diane macedo. >> i'm in for diane. >> i'm kendis gibson. looking at the headlines this morning. overseas in the uk. you get the sense, theresa may heading for a bad morning. the gamble that backfired. another one calling it mayhem on may. >> may's poll nightmare. she called for the election lo and behold may not have worked in her favor. >> doesn't help when your last name its may. the headline. >> may not have worked out. >> headliners have a field day with that. >> true. >> the early voting results indicate the country is heading towards a hung parliament. after conservatives and prime minister, may, failed to get an outright majority.
>> conservatives will likely remain the largest party but won't have an absolute majority. a stunning setback for the prime minister who is already facing calls for her resignation. as the we mentioned, may ordered, the elections to build her power base expecting a landslide. now the prime minister and her party weakened by the recent wave of terror attacks. >> could muddle negotiation for britain. the pound has taken a major dive overnight on the election results. may is vowing to govern and provide stability regardless of the results there. but, still a lot of the results are still coming in. there are plenty of meetings planned overseas now in london with theresa may and her cabinet members. some conservatives in her own
party calling for her to resign. tense moments ahead for one of the strongest allies. >> big story for sure. >> absolutely. move on right now. to what was a big story here at home. the russian investigation in the meddling and moving forward after james comey's explosive testimony. >> the former fbi director accused the white house of spreading lies and suggested president trump tried to derail the michael flynn probe. special prosecutor robert mueller is set to meet next week with the leaders of the senate intelligence committee who are seeking the review of comey's memos and interview witnesses. >> comey's former boss, attorney general jeff sessions will go before another senate panel next week. the white house now says it has confidence sessions after days of dodging that critical question. abc's correspondent has more on that dramatic testimony. >> reporter: in his first public appearance since being abruptly fired, james comey described growing unease with president trump. so much so he documented their conversations. >> what was it about that meeting that led you to determine that you needed to start putting down a written record? >> a combination of things. i think the circumstances, the subject matter and the person i
was interacting with. i was honestly concerned that he might lie about the nature of our meeting if i thought it really important to document. >> one of the documented conversations when comey says trump asked him to let go of the fbi criminal investigation into former national security adviser michael flynn. trump allegedly saying i hope you can see your way to letting flynn go. >> the president never in form or substance directed or suggested that mr. comey stop investigating anyone. including the president never suggested that mr. comey "let flynn go." >> comey admitting this tweet from trump that james comey better hope that there are no tapes of our conversations before he starts leaking to the press. prompted him to orchestrate the release of his memo of the flynn conversation through a friend. >> so i asked a friend of mine to share the content of the memo with a reporter.
i asked him to because i thought that might prompt the appointment of a special counsel. >> testifying if there are tapes, he looks forward to their release. >> look, i have seen the tweet about tapes, lordy i hope there are tapes. >> the lawyer focused on comey's admission he leaked information about the flynn conversation, suggesting he should be investigated for other leaks. ariel, kendis. >> james comey made it clear he believes he was fired because of the russia investigation. saying president trump wanted to change the way it was being conducted. >> the president has called the investigation into the meddling by russian officials interference. a views and witch-hunt. under oath, comey said there was no question russia was involved. >> the russians interfered in our election during 2016 cycle. they did it with purpose, sophistication, did it with overwhelming technical efforts, and it was an active measures campaign driven from the top of the government. about as unfact as you can possibly get. it is very, very serious. it is so refreshing to see a bipartisan focus on that.
>> comey said the president was irritated because the investigation was putting pressure on him, but he decleaned to say if the president's action, constituted obstruction of justice. >> so, near the end of that hearing, there was a moment when senator john mccain caused some confusion. it was a little strange. there was also concern over his questions to comey during the hearing. the senator was pressing comey on his investigation into hillary clinton's use of, private server, while secretary of state. now despite comey's confusion, mccain continued to ask about the clinton investigation. at one point he referred to, president comey, several times, in fact, and suggested there was a double standard. listen. >> you are going to have to help me out here. in other word we are completing the investigation of anything that former secretary clinton
had to do with the campaign is over we don't have to worry about it any more. >> with respect i'm a little confused. with respect to secretary clinton, we investigated criminal investigation and connection with her use of a personal e-mail server. >> i understand. >> we were all confused bite as we were watching it. the 80-year-old senator blames bizarre line of questioning on lack of sleep. he says in a statement here, quoting, maybe going forward i shouldn't stay up late watching the diamondbacks night games. what i was trying to get at was whether mr. comey believes that any of his interactions with the president rise to the level of obstruction of justice? >> i think all of us can understand how lack of sleep can affect us. >> yep. >> president trump's son-in-law, white house adviser, jared kushner may be in the hot seat. committee staff are planning to interview, jared kushner behind closed doors. federal officials have been looking at multiple angles related to kushner. most notably efforts to establish a back channel line of communication with russian president vladamir putin. >> meantime, the republican-led house has taken a major step in
rolling back one of president obama's signature post recession legislative achievements. lawmakers cleared the financial choice act, which dismantles much of the dodd frank wall street reform and consumer protection act. a lot of acts here. the bill now faces a stiff fight in the senate. republicans argue rules designed to prevent a banking meltdown are making it harder for community banks to operate. >> critical vote yesterday. while everybody was distracted by the comey hearing, a major move that took place in washington. back to the uk election. where the conservative party failed to regain majority of seats in parliament. >> a lot of drama. election day in britain tending to bring out plenty of laughs with its fringe candidates shall we say who all get to be on the stage in their districts while results are announced. the prime minister's district -- those fringe candidates were right there with mrs. may. they included sesame street's elmo, picked up three votes.
yeah. three votes. >> wow. >> caped crusader, lord buckethead, got 249 votes. >> lord buckethead. i, i, i -- >> i vote for elmo. >> i like lord buckethead. stands for things. >> carry a tune in a buckethead. >> that cringe worthy moment when jerry seinfeld turned keisha away three times from giving him a hug on the red carpet. now speaking out telling us why he did that. >> the t-swift/k-perry feud heating up. what perry said in an interview. and why swift is apparently not ready to shake it off. first, a look at today's forecast. ♪ ♪ shake it off i shake it off ♪ ♪ i, i shake it off >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by fisher investments.
himself. authorities say the gunman, randy staird, detailed plans in a chilling video posted online. police say, he blocked store exits before the deadly shootings. a fourth co-worker escaped and called the cops. the store was closed at the time of the early morning shootings. >> nebraska state soccer association is now apologizing to an 8-year-old girl for disqualifying her team from a girls' youth soccer tournament because they thought she was a boy. the parents of millie hernandez say that even after they proved her gender, it still wasn't enough. the soccer association says it was a clerical, clerical error that had listed millie as a boy. and now, soccer association officials say that, disqualification of her entire team does not represent the association's core values of team work and inclusion. >> home cooking apparently the
theme in this year's stanley cup finals. pittsburgh and nashville split the first four games with the road team coming up empty. game five was more of the same, back in steel town, the penguins scored early. and often. on the predators there. pittsburgh won, 6-0. the pens are now a game away from their second consecutive cup. game six sunday in nashville. see the theme there. nashville might pull out. >> moving back to soccer. united states/trinidad. who wasn't watching this in world cup qualifier in colorado. actually a lot of folks there. in the 52nd minute of the scoreless match, the cross find a sliding christian felicic, made it 1-0. u.s., 18-year-old takes the bass. buries the second of the night. u.s. wins 2-0. next up, mexico sunday night. that kid is actually regarded to be pretty good in u.s. soccer. like the future of u.s. soccer here in the u.s., right?
yes. jack. >> peanut gallery sleeping. >> still supporting france? >> still supporting france. hoping trinidad and tobago force in soccer worldwide. huge. huge they would have come up. >> you're still supporting france. >> viva le france. >> let's move it back to our country, shall we, tonight's fourth game of the nba finals about sweeping for the cleveland cavaliers and survival. >> cavs hope to extend the series and season one more game. game three was their best showing. but they still ended the night, down 0-3. lebron james says the guys are trying. the warriors are just really, really good. >> it has been times throughout my career, where i played teams that just in the midst of something that can last, for a long time. and -- obviously this team is built, you know, to be able to do that with the talent that they have. you know, so -- we see what
happens. obviously never know what is going to happen. but as it stand right now they look pretty good as far as the future. >> the cavs won their crown by becoming the first team to win the finals after being down 3-1. >> to repeat they would have to become the first nba team to ever come back from 0-3. >> there is a chance. watch it right here. game four tonight on abc. 9:00 p.m. eastern time. >> coming up -- renewed beef between taylor swift and katy perry. >> and playing with our emotions in "the skinny." >> why must you play with our emotions? >> why are you doing this? >> and playing with our emotions in "the skinny." >> why must you play with our emotions? >> why are you doing this? and is absorbed by your body three times better. so one megared has more omega-3 power than three standard fish oil pills. new megared advanced triple absorption.
yeah, it's from a familiar story line. superstars, taylor swift and katy perry still not friends. help us decide. >> katy's album "witness" is out today. busy promoting with colorful music videos look this one for bon appetit and doing press, one-on-one questions, she is getting. no one can avoid, what's the beef with her and t swift? >> in an interview, perry said, honestly like she started it. and it's time for her to just finish it. it looks like taylor is trying to finish katy that is. >> in a surprise move, overnight, taylor released her catalog of music across all streaming services platforms. something she had originally fought against. swift's team announcing the move in honor of swift's 1989 selling 10 million albums worldwide. but -- >> the album included "bad blood" which many believe a diss on katy. do we think taylor did this on
purpose to hurt katy on her big day? >> specifically on her big day. >> i think so. taylor is like, here, hold my beer. >> ha-ha. mike drop. >> boom. >> next, a follow-up to this week's highly controversial hug-gate. >> if you haven't seen it. >> here it is. again. jerry seinfeld giving an interview on the red carpet when singer keisha comes up for a hug. denied. everyone was wondering is there some sort of beef between the two? why? can't keep track. >> extremely awkward. jerry is now speaking out telling "extra" no beef, he just, he wasn't feeling it.
>> would you hug her now? >> in the middle of an interview. it was off. just a little off. >> not the first moment of two humans. i've never did that. i, i, i am 63, i don't know every pop star. i don't know everyone. >> jerry is 63. looks good for his age. other thing is, kendis loves -- loves, loves a good hug. >> first, he is right. on first reference, not a, not a hug. like a -- like a handshake. and, and shoulder. >> but then. yeah. >> anyway. next, jay-z, speculation over potential album. >> been four years, you know since his last album. all of a sudden people have been noticing ads all over the place, reading, 4:44. lot of folks thinking viral campaign for potential new album. or maybe just illuminati number. any way, we have what 4:44 is? >> new film starring lupita nyong'o, and mahershala ali, we don't know all that much about what it is going to be. other than a boxing film, rated nc-17. my 2-year-old will not be watching it. >> all it is? not a new album. >> no, that's it. all you get.
♪ ♪ ♪ loyalty loyalty loyalty >> you don't know the song? of course, "loyalty." >> where do we find these? >> in the mad brain of brian the producer. >> in the vault. >> loyalty a theme in comey's hearing as well. also a theme running through many of the other headlines this week. >> here now is our weekly "friday rewind." >> stronger than i've been before, ariana grande returning to manchester, 50,000 fans and millions watching around the world. >> love you guys so much.
i think the kind of love and unity that is here, this is the medicine that the world really needs right now. >> less than 24 hours before she took the stage, a terrorist attack. >> isis claim responsibility for the brutal assault on london bridge. where three men ran over tourists with a van, jumped out stabbing and slashing victims. >> this bloodshed must end. this bloodshed will end. >> surveillance cameras trained on the crowded plaza in front of notre dame capture the moment an attacker lunges at three police officers. striking one of them with a hammer. shouting "this is for syria." >> andrea constandt, composed and confident during seven hours of testimony, spanning two days the 44-year-old appeared unflustered recounting what she says happened in 2004 at cosby's pennsylvania home where she says the now 79-year-old, drugged and assaulted her. >> the united states of america versus reality lee winner. winner accused of leaking this top secret national security agency document, providing the most detailed account yet of
russian efforts to hack the november election. we are talking about a foreign government, that using technical intrusion, lots of methods. tried to shape the way we think, we vote, we act. that is a big deal. >> how are you supposed to really fold the fitted sheets. do the hokey-pokey and turn yourself around. >> you have a better way? >> completely. >> let's see. >> any day now. >> oh, thank you. that's it. i get it laundered. >> james taken away by curry! >> the golden state warriors have taken a 3-0 lead on the nba finals. >> a dramatic situation to be in. but it is what it is. we have got to get ready for game four. >> big week ahead. so the game tonight. >> yeah, that -- i went be watching that. >> okay. >> she is still bitter over the okc thing. >> i will watch it. >> belmont stakes tomorrow. gay pride marches.
making news in america this morning, the fallout from james comey's powerful accusations against the president. the former fbi director calling donald trump a liar and admitting he leaked his own memo after he was fired. >> the partisan reaction after comey's testimony, lawmakers mostly sticking to party lines. today we could hear from the president himself. we're live in washington. breaking overnight, shocking results from the general election in britain. america's strongest ally in political turmoil. the calls for the prime minister to resign growing. caught on camera, texting trouble for a woman walking down the sidewalk. this one no laughing matter. good friday morning,