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everything. >> yeah, very good that company, disney. >> i want to get some colored pencils for my desk. >> that's what's making news in america this morning. >making news in america this morning, donald trump taking his plan to tighten borders even further. his idea, ban all muslims immigrating to the u.s. new reaction overnight from other gop candidates and one mayor banning trump from his city. we're live in washington. killer couple. investigators chasing leads around the world to uncover more about the san bernardino terror suspects. the picture of them arriving in the u.s. plus their target practice days before the attack. breaking overnight, a plane from california to france forceded to make an emergency landing. the breaking developments just in. and trainwreck caught on camera, two people running for their lives with speeding
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heading right towards their car. well, good tuesday morning. we begin wititdonald trump sparking outrage again across the globe with a controversial new call to stop all muslims from entering the country. >> yeah, trump's sweeping ban on muslims would apply to immigrants and visitors alike. his supporters are cheering the idea, but it's being met by widespread condemnation from both parties. from overnight. >> reporter: good morning, reena and richard. in the wake of the deadly atatcks in paris and san bernardino, the backlash against innocent muslim-americans has nearly rivaled that of with donald trump's new proposal, things could become
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a stunning proposal from republican presidential front-runner donald trump, a ban of all muslims coming into america. >> donald j. trump is calling for a total and complete shutdown of muslims entering the united states. >> reporter: trump's proposal has brought together for perhaps the first time in n is divisive campaign republicans andnd democrats in u uversal condemnation. jeb bush called him unhinged. chris christie called it ridiculous. >> this is the kind of thing that people say when they have no experience and don't know what they're talking about. >> reporter: and in a rare move, the republican chairs of three major campaign states, iowa, new hampshire and south carolina, all slammed trump's proposal. hillary clinton tweeting, "this is reprehensible, prejudiced and divisive. nald trump, you don'n'get it. thth makes us less safe." even dick cheney agreed.d. >> this whole notiti goes against everything we stand for and believe in. >> reporter: trump's campaign said the ban would apply to every muslim coming into the
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but st. petersburg's mayor turned the tables tweeting, "i am hereby barring donald trump from entering st. petersburg until we fully understand the dangerous threat posed by all trumps." and reena and richard, deseste that universal condemnation by public leaders, there is still no shortage of people who really support donald trump. when he announced this last night, i have to tell \ou, he received a standing ovation. >> fascinating. >> he certainly has his supporters, yeah. lana zak live in washington. lana, thanks for that. outrage from the muslim community reacting with harsh words. >> the council on american-islamic relations, the country's largest muslim advocacy group, called trumps remarks bigoted and unamerican. >> donald trump sounds more like a leader of a lynch mob b an a great nationonike ours. he and others are playing into the hands of isis. this is exactly what isis wants fr americans, to turn against each other.
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>> i want to remind you that later on "good morning america," talking about his controversial muslim ban. >> okay, gripping. all right. weweave to watch that. as san bernardino struggles to move forward after last week's horrific terror attacac many county employees returned to work for the first time since that shooting. >> and hundreds of people gathered for another candlelight vigil in honor of the 14 people killed. crowd that they will rise above the tragedy and come out stronger. >> we're getting chilling new details about the young couple behind the california massacre. the fbi saying both the husband and wife had been radicalized for quite some time. >> and they said that the couple prepared for the attack wiwi target practcte and enough materialaln their home to actually make 19 pipe bombs. here's abc's brian ross. >> reporter: there was no joy, no smiles as the two future killers arrived in the united states for the first time as a married couple. this picture was taken in july
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as american citizen syed farook brought home tashfeen malik, the pakistani bride he met on a matrimonial website. federal authorities are trying to determine if even then they were p pnning to go to war w wh america. >> we have learned and believe that both subjects were radicalized and have been for quite some time. >> reporter: the fbi also revealed that the couple took target practice at this gun range just days before the attack. overseas, the investigation is focusing on the wife's background and contacts in pakistan before she came to the u.s. malik's official photos show her evolution from the young woman wearing makeup and a scarf, her hair showing in a college application to a still loose veil but no makeup in a national i.d. card to this applying for a u.s. visa with traditional veil and finally her arrival at o'hare airport in a strict conservative black headdress. only a few years ago farook
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californian millennial looking for love, but he too underwent a transformation in how he presented himself after travels to pakistan and saudi arabia and then his marriage to malik. brian ross, abc newswsnew york. >> thank you, brian. >> and more from san bernardino later but first an alarming number about how quickly isis and similar groups are growing. have entered syria and iraq to fight for such groups has more than doubled in 18 months. that's according to a new report. there are now up to 31,000 foreign fighters from 86 countries who have joined armed groups. an american fugitive accused of being a top recruiter for isis is now in c ctody. the state department says that mohamed abdullahi hassan turned himself in to authorities in somalia a month ago. the former minnesota high school student had a large following on twitter before his account was shut down. he's been linked to several lone wolf attacks here in the u.s. and breaking overnight an anonymous threat that forced the
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france jet in montreal. air france flight 83 was carrying nearly 250 people from san francisco to paris. passengers were evacacted on to buses while authorities carried out inspections. breaking news out of pretoria, south africa, this morning. a judge has granted bail and use arrest to olympian oscar pistorius for his murder conviction pending his sentence. pistorius is also expected to learn today when he'll be sentenced for killing his girlfriend, reena steenkamp. the minimum sentence for murder in south africa is 15 years, but pistorius' sentence could be shorter because of the circumstances of his case. >and turning to weather, they're calling it the december deluge in the pacific northwest. the record-breaking rainfall caused roads and forced evacuations in low-lying areas. there were also landslides and a giant sinkhole opened up.
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24-hour period in december. and the heavy rain expected to continue well into thursday as you can see in this radar. one storm after another slamming into the northwest coast increasingly the likelihood is up that there could be significant flooding. well, still ahead, new concerns for chipotle as more customers report getting sick. and a train narreling down the tracks. a car stuck in its path. the driver with only seconds to escape. plus, swiped.
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stolen from a celebrity's store. kohl's. is everybody here having a good time? [ cheers and applause ] >> and that, folks, are the eagles of death metal taking the stage with u2 in paris for the first time since last month's terror attack.
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introduction as eagles lead singer jesse hughes led both bands into the song "people have the power by patti smith. the band will resume their tour next year playing paris in february. new overnight another disturbing video from chicago police as the federal government looks into department misconduct. this one shows officers using a stun gun on a man inside a jail cell then dragging him down the hallway. he later died. two years after that happened the police now admitting they could have handled it better. annvestigation into their conduct is still going on. and there will be no charges in another high-profile incident caught on camera. the fatal police shooting of ronald johnson as he ran away. it was found to be justified. a two-star admiral has been removed from his post for misconduct. rear admiral david baucom becomes the most senior officer to be disciplined this year.
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intoxicated during a conference could not stand. surveillance video later showed baucom wandering around his hotel without clothes. he blames mixing alcohol with medication. well, there's more bad news for the chipotle restaurant chain. more than two dozen boston college students have become ill after eating at a local chipotle and that includes half the men's basketball team. chipotle has been reeling since an e. coli outbreak last month in nine states. e. coli not confirmed in the boston cases. both chipotle sales and stocks and lebron james and nike dozen years, and now they have signed a lifetime deal with one the financial terms of the agreement weren't released but sources say it will easily surpass the $300 million deal that nike signed with nba star kevin durant last summer. complete line of james branded apparel. >> impressive. i wish i spent more time on the
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>> yeah, you might want to in presenting news. and when we come back, inside t t terror attack. the survivors of the san bernardino shooting talking about the terrifying ordeal. plus, state of the art and
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well, miami zoo is closed until further notice because of the heavy rain there. most of miami zoo's 3,000 animals are safe because their enclosures are elevated. the human areas are another story because some animals like the lions, they could actually escape by swimming across rain swollen moats. who knew. >> wow, i certainly didn't. horrifying new details this morning on what went on inside the conference room from some of the people lucky enough to make it out uninjured. >> but they'll likely be forever scarred by the bloody images of the rampage carried out by one of their own. with more, here's abc's cecilia vega. >> reporter: the shooting started before the attackers even walked in the room. >> it was pop, pop, pop. >> maybe a little bit more. >> doors open. >> doors fly open. >> yes. >> yeah, they were forced open hard. >> yeah. >> the shooters stepped right into the room and began firing immediately.
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who ises trudy raymundo and corwin porter were inside the room where they held training the year before. the second they heard shots fired they dropped to the ground hiding under tables for cover. the room was packed with tables, a screen on one side for presentations, a christmas tree on the other. syed farook and tashfeen malik burst in through this door at the center of the conference room opening fire blowing out windows and striking many of the people at this table, the very table farook had been sitting at earlier. what are you thinking? what are you doing? >> there was a small break in the tablecloth, and i just kept looking down, and i just kept hoping that the gunfire would stop, that the gunfire would stop and i couldn't believe that it would stop. >> what went through your mind when you heard that name? >> a complete sense of betrayal. it amazes me every day how close this group is, how tight knit they are and it's nothing but betrayal. >> reporter: cecilia vega, abc news, san bernardino,
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a strange situation in orlando, florida, a white honda had been driven onto railroad tracks and got stuck with a freight train closing in. you can hear it. two guys who were inside got out and stepped away just moments before the train slammed into the car pushing it down and off the tracks. those guys -- here's the weirdest bit -- those guys then got back in the car and drove it away. they took their stuff eventually -- they took their stuff and eventually left the car. >> incredible. authorities here in new york are searching for three men who robbed gwyneth paltrow's new store. they say the thieves made off with about $170,000 in merchandise. that includes two pieces of jewelry and three watches. the shop opened two weeks ago near columbus circle and will be open for business until christmas eve. and former usc football coach steve sarkeesian is suing the school seeking more than
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sarkeesian claims usc discriminated against him because of his disability, namely alcoholism, when it fired him in october. usc says it's disappointed by being let go. the school also claims much of what's stated in the lawsuit is, quote, patently untrue. for those who play fantasy over and the playoffs are about to begin. >> and for those who watched monday night football, it was worth sticking around till the end. it was a good one. >> yeah. >> details from our guys at espn. >> these guys, i like these guys. >> good morning, america. that's john b., i'm john a., and you know what america loves, they love football. >> they like it a lot. we had an exciting game last night, monday night football in washington, d.c. that's desean jackson, the jack show, he's getting it. he says, give it to me, 9-9. 1:45 left. i'm going to return this to the house, and we're going to win the game. he's going to the other house, though. that's not your house, desean. that's dallas' house and then he
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dallas recovers, and it's their ball with 1:26 to go. and eventually darren mcfadden scores, but they do give the redskins some time. didn't have to. 1:15 to go and two time-outs for washington. washington would score, but then dallas got the ball back, and then they kicked a game-winning field goal by dan bailey from 54 yards. llas wins. good finish in basketball as well. more points scored. derrick rose, the bulls taking on the suns, fourth quarter, we're tied at 101. ten to go. eric bledsoe kicks it out. look at the former badger. pretty sure that was going to be down but, no, mirza teletovic, though, grabs the rebound, throws it up, off balance. look at devin booker, the rookie, very excited over that one. 0.3 left, they try the alley-oop to butler. no, the suns hold on to win it, 103-101. warriors against the pacers tonight and paul george. any hooky news we need to get in
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>> radim vrbata, hat trick, vancouver. >> that's it. john, john. america, back to you. >> i like those espn guys. >> you like them, don't you? >> yeah, a lot. up next in "the pulse," kim and kanye, the new baby name and the memes taking ove internet. >> and sorry, ladies, there is scientific proof that men have a better sense of direction. >> i don't buy it. on my long-term control medicine, i talked to my doctor and found a missing piece in my asthma treatment. once-daily breo prevents asthma symptoms. breo is for adults with asthma not well controlled on a long-term asthma control medicine, like an inhaled corticosteroid. breo won't replace a rescue inhaler for sudden breathing problems. breo opens up airways to help improve breathing for a full 24 hours. breo contains a type of medicine that increases the risk of death from asthma problems and may increase the risk of hospitalization in children and adolescents. breo is not for people whose asthma is well controlled on a long-term asthma control medicine, like an inhaled corticosteroid. once your asthma is well controlled, your doctor will decide if you can stop breo and prescribe a
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it is time for "the pulse," and we'll start this morning with something new for the u.s. navy. the largest destroyer ever built. >> well, check out the "uss zumwalt," 600 feet long and 15,000 tons of the latest steel technology -- stealth technology, excuse me. the ship headed out to begin its final testing yesterday. >> the "zumwalt's" stealthy design is meant to reduce its radar signature. it comes with a hefty price tag,
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all that money, and it's still incredibly ugly. it will be delivered to the navy next year. >> looks aren't everything. to a good-looking couple. kim kardashian and kanye west, their newborn has a name, and the internet is having a lot of fun. >> the baby's name is saint. saint. the memes immediate lyly started like this one saying son of yeezus showing that emoji. >> i think it's funny. here's one showing the family in a classic nativity scene. >> and then there's this one showing nfl player reggie bush and the caption "that moment when you look up and see that your ex named her new kid saint." bush, of course, was on the new orleans saints when he and kardashian dated. >> now, reena, you got lots of jokes about whether women are good at directions. well, a new scientific study, i'm afraid, out of norway has shown men are, in fact, better at navigation than women.
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*` checking our top stories, donald trump is calling for a ban on all muslims entering the united states. immigrants, tourists and even students. republican leaders and fellow candidates are blasting the idea as offensive, ridiculous and unamerican, but trump is standing his ground insisting without drastic action, the threat of attacks is going to get worse. and the couple behind the san bernardino rampage took target practice at a shooting range just days before the attack. the fbi says they both had been radicalized for quite some time. looking at today's weather, more heavy rain in the northwest and northern california. snow in the mountains as one storm after another moves off the pacific. well, a piece of entertainment history has been
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walt disney's office at walt disney studios just the way it was the day he died nearly 50 years ago. >> yeah. other top executives and producers have used it since while disney's furnishings were in storage. now they're back in place. more from reporter mayde gomez of kabc. >> reporter: after months of hard work, finally the moment many have been waiting for. >> thanks to our archives team walt's office has been restored right down to the tiniest detail. >> reporter: family pictures on the walls, the stapler on the desk, the colored pencils, scripts, everything in place as the man himself walt disney left it back in 1966. >> it brings me back to being a child and, you know, it's sad to be here and have him not here. i think we're still missing grandpa almost every day. but they did an incredible job in putting things back where
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it feels -- it feels warm. >> in putting this office back, it was extremely important for us to get it right and to research it in a painstaking fashion. and that's what was done. >> and so i was asked to come and put it together in a corporate archive, and we were the first in the industry to do that. none of the other motion picture companies had an archive at that time. >> reporter: former chief archivist for disney, dave smith, saved every item, archived every document and took many pictures. >> it's really like deja vu walking in here because almost nothing has changed. >> reporter: now everything is back in its original place, just like richard sherman remembers. >> recreated exactly the way it was. it's like walking back into your youth as i remember vividly sitting at this piano playing for walt so many times. >> reporter: walt disney's office exhibit will be added to the studio lot tours next month. mayde gomez, abc 7, eyewitness
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