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for $199 a month. ♪ good morning, america. this morning, new images of the emergency evacuations in the flood zone. >> i have never been in an evacuation. and it feels kind of scary. >> they're calling it the biggest helicopter rescue operation since hurricane katrina. an aerial drone capturing extraordinary images of the raging waters forcing so many from their homes. >> it's unbelievable. i have never seen this much water anywhere. they're rescuing animals, too. from stranded pets to farm animals. look at this horse floated out on an inner tube. we're on the front lines with people going to amazing lengths to help creatures who cannot help themselves. also breaking overnight. a shootout in times square. [ gun fire ] >> oh, my god, go, go, go. >> cops open fire on a man and
two innocent bystanders are hit by bullets. what led to this wild scene in the crossroads of the world? ♪ and deejays in diapers. they can't walk or talk but these toddlers are learning how to spin. ♪ i'm gonna get you baby ♪ it is a very busy sunday morning. let's get straight to it. we want to take you straight to the colorado flood zone, where there was more rain overnight. the forecast is calling for another round of precip today. the scale of the rescue operation this morning is staggering. hundreds of people, many of them children, plucked from their homes by choppers. not knowing when they'll be able to return or what they'll find when they do. and abc's meteorologist ginger zee is on the ground right now. she's leading our coverage. ginger, good morning. >> good morning, guys. we have been talking about the
riverers, now risen feet above the record of historic leads. this is one of them. and the south platte river is right there. it's threatening people's home, going into homes already and this area is going to rise more today. let's take a look at the flood watches and warnings. we have rain already on the rivers. and the watches and the warnings in red. the numbers will be in 19 to 2 inch range, as far as how much more rain is going to fall. this flood, not done. colorado consumed. again. >> it's just devastating. >> reporter: drama on high as the unyielding waters force hundreds of rescues. >> i think what we have is the greatest number of americans rescued by helicopters since hurricane katrina. >> reporter: all that fresh flooding. up to four inches of rain, laden in hail, smothering aurora. at least people confirmed dead.
600 unaccounted for. >> shock. it's unbelievable. i have never seen this much water anywhere. >> reporter: at least 7,000 people evacuated from their homes. 85 students trapped by the floodwaters. finally air lifted out of the mountains safely. and in the foothills, the south platte river overflowing at an alarming rate. look at this time lapse we set up with our camera. floodwaters devouring the farmland in less than a half hour. right across the street, piles of dirt lined up to protect tiffany thompson's vulnerable home. her girls and pups making the escape just in time. >> i have never been in an evacuation. and it feels kind of scary. >> reporter: neighbors mary ann and joseph, watching in disbelief. their home, surrounded by that creeping water. a half hour ago, you were there and it was dry. >> we were walking around the house. it was dry. >> reporter: across colorado, graveyards of debris. homes piercing homes. roads obliterated.
and everywhere you look, families holding on together. and we're still in danger zone here as we go through today. the latter half of the weekend, going to be wetter than yesterday. i want to show you exactly how much rain is going to fall. locally, you could see 2 plus. in that area in purple, one two inches, the area that doesn't really need it in the front range there. we have going to dry out slightly and i want to show you exactly right. the cold front, it's going to slide a little and drier air is going to be moving in by the time you reach tuesday. tuesday is the money day here in colorado. bianna and dan? >> okay, ginger, thank you. president obama signed an emergency declaration ordering extra federal aid to colorado. including fema to help local response efforts including rescuing residents cut off by washed-out roads and swollen rivers and creeks. the intense operation now involving a massive effort by the air national guard. on the phone with us is
lieutenant mitch utterback. lieutenant, thank you so much for joining us in this pressing time for you. this is being described as the biggest air rescue since hurricane katrina. >> how is it going right now? >> well, right now, the rescue operation, concluded at about 2:00 this morning. the last troops that were out moving supplies and people around got their heads on a pillow at 2:00. it's been raining here in boulder since late last night. the helicopter pilots are just going to be waking up now. we'll have a briefing with the incident management team at 7:00. then the pilots will brief at 7:30. we'll see what is going to happen with the weather. >> these numbers are just daunting. 600 unaccounted for. 7,000 evacuated. thank you so much for joining us. and best of luck to you and your operation, lieutenant colonel. >> thank you for letting everybody know what we have going on out here. we appreciate it. >> of course. dan? >> a massive operation. and this morning, we do have a unique and dramatic perspective on this disaster.
a local company in boulder sent up a small drone and captured the flood as we have not seen it before. check it out. the camera glides smoothly over scenes of utter chaos. roads that have become rivers. and rivers that are now so high they almost touch the bottom of bridges. you can see neighborhoods swallowed by mud. you can also see rescue and emergency teams surveying the damage. and then, the camera hovers low, right over the water itself, angry and brown, flowing violently over everything in its path. take a look at images like this. and this. you can really get a sense from these shots of the sheer destructive power of the current. indelible images of a disaster that will leave a lasting mark. it's remarkable to see that. usually we get chopper footage. that's from really high above it. this is right over the water. it's extraordinary. >> incredible. as we often see amidst tragedies like this come acts of courage
and kindness. good samaritans risking their own lives to save our four-legged friends from the flood waters. abc's clayton sandell is in greeley with incredible rescue stories. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, bianna. like so many colorado neighborhoods this morning, this one is covered in a layer of water. the floods rose so quickly here, it was nearly impossible to get your animals out. that rescue job fell to a group of modern day cowboys. when so much is lost, heroes emerge in the most unexpected places. >> come on, henry. >> reporter: across colorado, coming together, to help those who can't help themselves. >> there are eight more horses back in there. there are two people out there with them. >> reporter: in this community, in wells county, countless livestock left trapped overnight by rising floodwaters. >> we just started grabbing horses. it was like you have never seen before. >> reporter: this 2-year-old
quarter horse was stranded for 24 hours in freezing flood waters up to his haunches. the rescuers using found inner tubes to tow him to high ground. his saviors refusing to leave his side. >> i'm happy right here. >> reporter: this morning, he's alive and stable. everyone pitches in. perhaps no one more than this man. >> i went in the barn to catch the horse, and i could hear the goat. >> reporter: sheriff's deputy dan perusek began his search friday night when the floodwaters first moved in. >> the current was carrying them away. and i grabbed them. and they're safe, too. >> reporter: we were there, saturday, as he and his neighbors rescued 18 steeds. along with an assortment of llamas, donkeys, and cattle. time after time returning with more. >> i don't have kids. but i have animals. i love animals. i know i helped a family out that looked like they were going to have to leave their animals behind. >> reporter: and without so much as a cowboy's tip of the hat, he
was off again, determined to save as many as he could. >> somebody's got to give them a fighting chance, too. >> reporter: all of those horses and animals that you saw have now been taken to shelters. they are safe. but, as you can see, we just found some cats out here. there are hundreds of animals still out there waiting to be rescued. dan? >> so much more left to be done. thank you, clayton. we want to move to the jersey shore. and an abc news exclusive. governor chris christie touring the damage after that inferno destroyed parts of the boardwalk that had just been rebuilt after superstorm sandy. the governor spoke to abc's gio benitez about the plans to rebuild and the investigation into whether this fire was intentionally set. >> reporter: as investigators comb through the rubble for evidence, governor chris christie vows to get the boardwalk back to normal, starting with this surprise visit saturday afternoon to the side of the boardwalk still standing. just a few days ago, you said you wanted to throw up when you saw what was happening here. what is going through your mind right now?
>> now it's like, okay, it's time to get back to work. >> reporter: but what started is that fire at the custard shop? sources tell abc news the fire is considered suspicious. and we're told as many as 15 atf agents are on the scene, searching for clues. the fire destroyed 30 buildings. and so much of the boardwalk just rebuilt following superstorm sandy. christie tells us he doesn't know what caused the massive blaze. you obviously want to know what happened right away as soon as you can. >> whatever the cause is, we'll let law enforcement and insurance companies deal with that. i suspect i'll be one of the later people to know. >> reporter: so many people watching this across the country expressed such sadness over what happened here. watching it with you. what is your message to everyone watching this? >> first of all, to thank people from around the country and the world who have sent messages to us. in the last 48 hours. of kind of disbelief and sadness. we appreciate their support and prayers. they should be praying for these folks.
they have been through a hell of a lot in the last ten months. and so we appreciate the fact that folks care about our state. i think it's because of the people you see up here. tease are really great folks. are these are really caring, compassionate, warm people. they appreciate the help coming from around the country and the world. especially all the prayers. >> reporter: for "good morning america," gio benitez, abc news, seaside heights. >> gio benitez with an exclusive interview with governor chris christie. we have another major abc news exclusive this morning. president obama defending his policy on syria. >> critics have called his handling of this haphazard and meandering. but the president says, appearances are not what matter here. the interview will air later this morning on "this week" with george stephanopoulos. george is here with us this morning. to give us a preview. >> good morning, guys. >> he's conceding it may not look smooth all the time but it's essentially saying it's the outcome is what matters. >> and he believes that this deal that was struck yesterday by secretary of state kerry and the russian foreign minister vindicates his approach. what a perilous month this has been for the obama presidency.
ever since the chemical weapons massacre on august 21st, he has seemed to go for a strike, pulled back, gone to congress, and gets saved by the russian president, who has not been a great friend of the president so far. i present all of the challenges to the president. he fights back hard. >> you mentioned the russian president. many critics out there saying he has just been repeatedly outmaneuvered by the russian president. first, with the last-minute plan, but then two days later with the dig op-ed in "the new york times." >> it's clear that that irritates the president. no question about that. but he has to be careful right now. he needs the russians. he needs president putin to implement the deal. but on the other hand, he doesn't fully trust president putin. he's trying to walk a tight rope right there. he's confronting him, challenging. he's also heading for this big showdown in congress right now. the president very strong there as well. >> a potential government shutdown next month. >> only three weeks away. >> george, a big show for you. thanks so much for joining us. and a reminder, you can see all of george's exclusive interview with president obama later this morning on abc's "this week."
a lot of other news overnight. including the shooting in times square. let's get the latest from ron claiborne. hi there, dan and bianna. good morning, everyone. we have the breaking news from overnight. gunshots fired at one of new york city's most popular tourist destinations. abc's linzie janis is in times square this morning with the latest on what happened. good morning, linzie. >> reporter: it's back to normal this morning. last night, a crazy scene in times square. police officers swarmed and shot at a man, hitting two bystanders instead. overnight, a chaotic scene in new york's times square. at around 9:30 p.m., a man reportedly was acting wildly. onlookers called him quote deranged, as he pretended to point a gun at police in the area. cell phone video taken at the scene show new york city cops chasing the 35-year-old on the corner of 42nd street and 8th avenue. as the officers approached him, he began to run through the
intersection. that's when they were able to stop him. >> get back. everybody get back! >> reporter: police say when the suspect appeared to have a gun drawn -- [ gunshots ] >> oh, my god, go! >> reporter: -- they fired. missing him and hitting two bystanders. >> at approximately 9:35 this evening, two passer-bys were shot by police officers accidentally as the officers were attempting to subdue an emotionally disturbed person. >> reporter: police say the suspect was taken into custody after they shot him with a taser. both of the women sustained not life threatening injuries. the 54-year-old shot in the knee and a 35-year-old grazed by a bullet. the suspect is in the hospital being treated as an emotionally disturbed person. ron? >> thank you, linzie. investigators will be back on the scene of a greyhound bus crash in ohio. they'll be back on the scene today. 35 people were hurt yesterday when the bus went off of
interstate 75 in monroe, ohio, early saturday morning. none of the injuries is considered life-threatening. witnesses say the driver had some kind of medical incident and that that led to the crash. police want to talk to him about what happened. he's recovering now in the hospital this morning. and some bad news this morning. the powerball ticket you bought, it wasn't a winner. no one. not a single person won last night's jackpot which was worth 300 million bucks. the next drawing is wednesday night when it's estimated that the jackpot will go all the way up to $400 million. and disgraced celebrity cook paula deen got a warm welcome when she made her first public appearance in months. she was a headliner at a cooking show in houston, texas. deen was dropped by the food network and lost endorsement deals after she acknowledged in a court deposition that she used racist language in the past. on saturday, she was brought to tears as fans gave her standing ovation. >> i've said all along that the
one place i would want to make my first step back out was texas. [ cheers and applause ] >> a judge has dismissed the lawsuit that had been filed against her that led to this scandal. finally, college football is obviously a big deal for millions of fans. 90,000 people, a record crowd on hand when ucla played nebraska. the cornhuskers in nebraska on saturday. it seems it was too much excitement for this little guy. we'll show him here. look at this. right there in the middle of the sea of blue, apparently the cheering was a little bit too loud for him. we're learning that he was upset because he bet on nebraska. a piece of advice, double down next weekend. go with the cornhuskers. >> or that he bought a powerball ticket. >> or he thought he was going to the ballet, not a football game. >> yes, very upsetting. >> thanks, ron. >> i doubt that. thanks, ron. time for a check of the weather and back out to ginger zee in ft. morgan, colorado.
hey, ginger. >> hey, there. all this mess behind me here in colorado is certainly our headline. we do need to check in on hurricane ingrid. that's right, hurricane which will make landfall tomorrow, monday n mexico. i want to show you pictures already from mexico. really inundated in south mexico. you are getting the moisture. some places could see two foot of rain. i will go to category 2 and forecast to drop off as it hits. is it going affect the u.s.? that is what you noo today do. corpus christi, down to brownsville. really, it's the tidal flooding and the rough surf you have to look frout. and green bay to chicago, and rain showers to katz too. and behind it, much cooler, much more fall like. you see the numbers in the 60s there. you want to have a nice day, you go to atlanta, charleston,
washington, pleasant. boston, below 70. a little below of rage in place bus overall, really >> you know, so many of these great people in colorado started seeing it rain and some places, heavily again yesterday. they look up, they get very upset. that is going to happen all day here. widespread fran here to mexico. i have a detail the forecast later.
dan and bianna? >> so terrible to hear that the rain is not ending for them. ginger, thank you. we'll see you later on in the show. now to the most famous beauty pageant on the planet. it's back home in atlantic city. after being held for half a dozen years in las vegas. a brand-new miss america will be crowned tonight right here on abc. a new breed of contestants is emerging. our marci gonzalez is here with this story. interesting contestants this year, marci. >> 'oh, absolutely. now, the pageant is in its 93rd year. while it's steeped in tradition, this time around, it promises a more modern twist. >> that's miss america 1945. >> reporter: this isn't your mother's miss america pageant. with contestants like the bow-slinging, camo-wearing, tattoo-touting miss kansas shaking things up. >> the serenity prayer. it's my personal mission statement. and the army dental caduceus. this is 2013. women have tattoos. and they can win. >> reporter: theresa vail is a new kind of beauty queen.
the first to openly sport ink and the army national guard sergeant is only the second active duty member of the military to ever compete. >> i break stereotypes every day. being a soldier and a beauty queen. >> reporter: she'll take the stage tonight as the miss america pageant returns to atlantic city for the first time since leaving for las vegas in 2006. facing off against contestants considered more traditional like miss florida. ♪ but even miranda jones is breaking through barriers, showing just how tough a beauty queen can be. >> that really hurt. >> reporter: the baton-twirling 20-year-old painfully tore her acl on thursday in a preliminary talent routine. jones was rolled out in a stretcher. in a moment that will be revealed tonight in a "20/20" special, jones makes an incredible return to the stage the same day.
just two unique stories among the 53 contestants bringing the crowning glory of miss america back home to new jersey with a spectacular new spin and perhaps a bit more drama. and jones actually went on to win the preliminary talent contest. and vail actually taught herself to sing opera when she learned archery wasn't allowed in the competition. >> that doesn't seem like a natural segue. >> yeah, not so much. it will be interesting to watch those two and the rest of the ladies tonight. >> that is a lot of ink she has. we wish them all the best. thanks, marci. don't miss a special edition of "20/20," the road to miss america, with "gma's" lara spencer tonight at 8:00 eastern followed by miss america 2013 at 9:00, held in our backyard in new jersey. also coming up on "good morning america" on this football sunday, you never know who might be sitting next to you in the stands. the undercover sting designed to stop fan on fan violence. and straight out of the hipster hot zone in brooklyn,
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for $199 a month. ♪ ♪ nice, now put that one up. >> well, it turns out you're never too young to deejay. the class for babies that turned them into spinmeisters. what parents and experts are saying about the kids' new talent. i may sign jake up for this one. >> sara haines went over there to check it out. was there a no twerking rule put in place? >> no twerking. you have to stay upright. >> twerking in diapers just doesn't look right. >> you don't want whatever is up to come down. >> that's true. good morning, america. i'm bianna golodryga. >> and i'm dan harris. this is sunday, september 15th. we have breaking news in the world of viral pet videos. this video involves two big dogs and a trick involving a cheerio. one of them gets the trick. the other one, not so much. we'll have that in "pop news" as well.
>> babies and dog, we visit all. we begin this half hour with fans heading out to football games on this sunday. they know the harsh reality. sometimes the tackling is not just down on the field. >> fighting in the stands is getting out of control. increasingly, it's captured on youtube. so now, police in seattle are going undercover the try to stop this. abc's neal karlinsky has more. >> reporter: it's sunday. it's september. and that can only mean one thing. >> it's game time. >> reporter: football. but at too many games, that's also meant this. >> get back, now! get back! >> reporter: violence. fan versus fan. all over youtube. often brutal. and often just because someone is cheering for the wrong team. >> everybody likes to root for their team. everybody wants to be part of that fanfare. but we're just tired of the violence. >> reporter: the nfl is tired of it, too. and wants people to know it's doing something about it. today in seattle, while the game is in motion, the seahawks have
arranged for undercover police to be in the stands, working a sting as creative as it is unusual. officers will be dressed in the visiting team's colors, acting as bait for would-be hooligans and acting as a deterrent. >> plain clothes officers wearing opposition jerseys. people don't know where the police are. and what we found is, when people don't know where the police are, they are more likely to be on their best behavior. >> reporter: you don't even have to break the law. fans being considered disruptive or obscene can be kicked out and forced to take a four-hour online course before being allowed to buy a ticket and returning to a game. adding to the steep price of a ticket, that course will cost $75. fans fed up with the violence welcomed the fresh idea. >> there are knuckleheads out there. and they're going to make sure the knuckleheads pay for what they do. >> reporter: other teams are doing their own stings hoping to keep fans safe from each other. for "good morning america," neal
karlinsky, abc news, seattle. >> cracking down on knuckle heads. we're going to get a little bit of a different take now and get out to colorado and check the weather once again with ginger zee, in the middle of the flood zone in ft. morgan. good morning once again. >> i really wanted to get to down on the ground level here to show you. we have seen the water recede, come up, recede again and you can see how it's eaten away at some of the ground. it's happening here in colorado and ols in new mexico. in albuquerque, you can see the picture, almost an inch and a quarter. and record rainfall yesterday. we are also seeing the new pictures. ip was glued to my radar. aurora, colorado, and hail on top of it that started to rise up enter in places, started to accumulate to 2 inches or so. and just south of denver, they two inches. we have done so much of the bad
news. and i wanted to bring in a nice picture. this is a couple puppies rescued and reunited with their loved ones. and tuesday, i think we really start to get in drier air. boulder, colorado spring, saying no more rain, you gept it eventually. seattle teed, 73, portland, 80 and the northeast, a fall like pattern. minneapolis n the mid 60s today. new york city, a nice day at 71. you slip sbuf the 60s ea we head to the work week. are a look
>> this weather report brought to you by neutrogena. the rain coming down heavier now. we are going to keep covering it throughout the day today and tomorrow, as long as it takes. dan and bianna? >> ginger, thanks to you. now we're going to get another check of the headlines with ron claiborne. hey, ron. >> hi, again, bianna and dan. good morning, everyone. in the news, president obama defends his handling of the syria crisis. he made the comments in an exclusive interview coming up on "this week" with george stephanopoulos. the president saying that while events have been tumultuous, he's pleased with how things are working out with syria agreeing to give up its chemical weapons. up. and new jersey governor chris christie promising help, financial help for the people who were victims of the boardwalk fire. the governor, who toured the area on saturday, saying there are $15 million that will be made vailible to affected businesses to rehope on the board walk.
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of course, where else would this be taking place but brooklyn. sara haynes went there to check it out. did you wear a fedora for the story? >> i did. my hipster jeans. i live in brooklyn. it's not just that. >> you come by it honestly. >> when you think of terrible 2s, and 3s as well, we don't think of disco house and hip-hop. now we can. courtesy of baby deejay school. ♪ what do you get when you take this -- ♪ and add this? ♪ the next david guetta? not so fast. meet the baby deejays. ♪ this eight-week program gets toddlers up singing and dancing. ♪ but it's the deejay equipment that amps up this high-wattage class. >> nice, now put that one up. my friend's son ryder was really interested when i showed him me deejaying. i was like, oh, i have my equipment with me.
you want to see me do it? he was really into it. ♪ i'm gonna get you baby >> reporter: and so, baby deejay school was born. >> i thought it was creative and fun. >> a baby deejay class, who would have thought we would be going to that? >> he enjoyed the fact that he was able to actually touch it. it was interactive for the kids. >> reporter: with all the music classes to choose from, what does baby deejaying bring to the mixing board? >> motor development and social interaction with parents. which is very valuable. >> now you talk to people about deejaying, there's this concept of being hip. this is about saying deejaying is something little kids do. it's something you do with your family. >> reporter: but some little ones were not so hip to the beat. >> piano! >> she didn't take to it. unfortunately. she loves music. but i think when it's a little loud and a lot of people around, you get this reaction. >> kids are very good at finding activities appropriate for where they are in terms of their
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♪ ♪ all right, time for "pop news." and back with the buzz, sara haines. >> yeah, i got some good ones today. how do you make more than $41 million in just one night? well, it's easy if you're floyd mayweather jr. he beat canela alvarez in a major decision at the mgm grand last night. how did he do it? maybe justin bieber was his secret weapon. he escorted mayweather into the ring last night. hours earlier, bieber shared a pic of those two hanging out together. who is buying the drinks in that company? >> that looked photo shopped. >> i think he's underage, isn't he? >> the only person tweeting a picture that was not photo-shopped was him. it's a wedding fit for a king. lebron james married high school sweetheart savannah brinson in san diego last night. the couple said their i dos at the ritzy grand del mar hotel. chris bosh and his wife tweeted this photo before the event.
>> his head is hitting the ceiling. >> a problem you may not have had. oh, my gosh, it just went south. >> wow, wow. >> i'm sorry, dan. >> ouch, ouch. >> she's not wrong. but still. >> well, dwyane wade showed off his look with girlfriend gabrielle union. trying to segue right away. >> i can't hear anything you're saying at this point. >> he's laughing on the outside and crying on the inside. >> wait for it, this gets better. in a huge surprise for the guests, beyonce and jay-z performed their hit, "crazy in love." it was an elaborate three-day affair that last not over yet. guests apparently treated to a fare well brunch this morning. i love you, dan. >> yeah. if you want to live like a rock star, jon bon jovi just made it more affordable. slightly more affordable. he's ready to make a deal. he just cut the asking price of his duplex in the trendy soho neighborhood. it was $42 million. now it's gone down to $39.9 million.
>> ron's writing a check. >> along with my chocolate budget. >> you get panoramic views. five bedrooms, including a master suite. i don't think this is going to happen for me. that's not my next place. >> 39 million is a little steep? >> only slightly. can you imagine these places exist, by the way? >> it's nice we're talking about average, everyday americans. >> i cannot afford -- >> "pop news" for the 1%. >> i wonder what he paid for that? and i think it's totally okay for me to introduce this video as a blonde myself. a golden retriever in dumb blond territory. i've been there, sweetie. this video is a year old but it's buzzing again because people can't get enough of sophie and max. they're engaged in a friendly game of catch the cheerio. or try very hard. as you can see, max brought his "a" game. sophie, each cheerio seems to come as a complete and utter surprise. well, at one point, the owner, by the way, says, come on,
you've got this. this one's yours. >> and? >> every time. ooh! that one was almost a get. dan, you were supposed to bring the cheerios for me to try this trick. i guess you didn't get the memo. >> no, no, no. i played the game with ron before. never goes well. never goes well. >> chocolate. >> i'm too short to actually get the cheerio up to -- >> oh, i'm so sorry, dan. >> it's okay. i'll recover. we'll be right back with more "gma." keep it here. >> you're tall. >> i know. >> you're such a big boy. >> keep it here.
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and that's going to do it for "gma" on this sunday morning. anybody else? anybody? >> does something look odd? >> the lesson here is don't drink coffee as a child. >> thanks for watching "gma." we're always online at goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo!. we'll have much more later this morning. here we go. i like this better. on "this week" with george
good morning. welcome to a special edition of "this week." one on one with the commander in chief. at this defining moment of the obama presidency. >> this is not a world we should accept. this is what's at stake. >> with a crisis overseas. new showdowns with congress here at home, we go inside the white house, challenging a president trying to save his second term and stop a war. one on one with president obama. you have done in the past. >> no, no, no, no. george -- >> an abc news exclusive. plus, live analysis from our powerhouse "roundtable." it's all right here this sunday morning. it has been a perilous month for president obama.