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good morning, america. and new this morning. where's the proof? the firestorm erupting over donald trump's explosive allegations, claiming president obama ordered the fbi to illegally tap his phones at trump tower. >> if it is true, it would be the biggest political scandal since watergate. >> the twitter rage that started it. and what the obama camp is saying this morning. white house turmoil. president trump reportedly going ballistic in the oval office. what set him off? cameras capturing an animated steve bannon, one of his top aides. why trump took off for florida. leaving him and chief of staff reince priebus behind. agony in mosul. residents fleeing isis' last stronghold in iraq. some, barefoot in their haste.
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the raging battle with civilians caught in the middle. >> hundreds of thousands of people besieged by isis, starving to death. >> plus, the new evidence this morning of a possible chemical weapons attack. and new patdown procedures. why your airport screen may feel a lot different than before. >> someone who is inexperienced would be very -- could be very threatened. >> the reasons behind it. and who's in line to get one? and good morning, everyone. as you can see, dan harris not here. it's so nice to have tom llamas by my side. tom, thanks for coming in this morning. >> great to be here. busy sunday morning. >> certainly is. we want to get to our top stories. there's twitter video there of president trump in florida on saturday. the first and only images we have seen of him since his tweet storm yesterday. he's back on twitter this morning tweeting again. what he wrote yesterday has the world talking. >> it all started early
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saturday. president trump taking to twitter and leveling a dangerous accusation against his predecessor, president barack obama. alleging, without any evidence, that the obama administration wiretapped trump tower during the campaign. >> the president comparing it to nixon and watergate. he called obama a quote, bad or sick guy, end quote. a spokesman for obama has denied the allegation. so where is trump getting his information? and if the allegations are true, how big could this scandal be? >> we have team coverage. martha raddatz is standing by but we start with brian ross. >> reporter: good morning, tom and paula. in its first reaction this morning the white house says trump wants an allegation about president obama. where the president got his information about the trump tower was bugged. the gloves are off this morning.
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following president trump's accusation against president obama's alleged actions and integrity. only one of these two men will be proven right. as president, donald trump has used twitter to take on meryl streep. >> i'm the new boss. >> reporter: arnold schwarzenegger. >> are you a friendly reporter? >> reporter: the news media, including abc news. and "saturday night live." >> yes, this is real life, this is really happening. >> reporter: but his early morning accusations from his palm beach club, that his phones were wire-tapped by the obama administration, were by far of much greater consequence. terrible, he wrote, just found out that obama had my wires tapped just before the victory. nothing found. that was followed by four more presidential outbursts. taking on president obama and misspelling tap. how low has president obama gone to tap my phones during the very sacred election process. this is nixon/watergate. bad, or sick, guy. for anyone but the president, it would be a crime to reveal such a secret fbi wiretap on trump tower.
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and no u.s. official contacted by abc news would confirm the allegation. >> it's an extremely serious offense. anyone who would reveal the existence of a wiretap would violate federal law. >> reporter: because the president cited no proof, it's not clear whether he based his allegations on a top secret white house briefing. or from reading an article on the conservative breitbart website. posted friday with detailed speculation from a conspiracy-loving talk show host, mark levin. >> how many of trump's people were eavesdropped on? how many had their conversations intercepted? recorded? transcribed? because this, ladies and gentlemen, is the big scandal. >> reporter: a spokesman for president obama quickly called the allegations false. one of obama's former national security aides, ben rhodes, responded to trump. no president can order a wiretap. those restrictions were put in place to protect citizens from people like you. it is true that under president obama, the fbi did open an
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investigation into whether anyone in the trump campaign was working with the russians. if there had been an fbi wiretap about russian spies, it would have been approved by a special panel of three federal judges, not the white house. this morning, he's tweeting again, at 6:32. from palm beach writing is it true the dnc would not allow the fbi access to check server or other equipment after learning it was hacked. can that be possible? former dnc chair responded no, sir we cooperated with the bureau and reached out to the rnc to warn them with what we found out. >> we want to bring in kate shaw. an associate law professor and also a former lawyer for the obama white house. kate thanks for joining us. we're talking about a fisa order which stands for federal intelligence security act. it could only be issued by a court. brian just touched on it. what does it take to get that
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wire tap? >> if you want a warrant wire tap, the fbi needs to establish there is probable cause to believe that a crime has been committed or there's an agent of a foreign government involved. if, in fact, an order was issued, it does suggest that probable cause was satisfied. >> president trump, legally did he do anything wrong talking about an investigation? >> i'm sure that there's a real interest in keeping the details of the investigation under wraps until such time as the investigators are ready to come forward with them. legally, they are normally classified proceedings. the president does have the power to declassify. there's nothing legally wrong with that if, in fact, that's what happened. we just don't know. >> senator graham was at a town hall yesterday. he said he's worried about these accusations. i want you to take a listen. >> if it is true, illegally -- [ laughter ]
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it would be the biggest political scandal since watergate. >> now, the obama white house has said neither the former president nor the white house ordered a wiretap. but they're not explicitly saying that a wiretap didn't happen. if the allegations are true, could we compare this to watergate? >> watergate took a couple of years to play out in full. so i think -- it feels like we're kind of early in this saga. so i think it's hard to know how much like watergate any of this could look at the end of the day. the former president has denied personally directing a wiretap. it would be quite a scandal if a sitting president personally ordered one of a private citizen, let alone a presidential candidate. it does not sound like there's evidence to suggest that that occurred. what's clear is there are a lot of open questions, new questions based on yesterday's development. so, if anything, i think it heightens the need for some sort of independent investigation with someone at the head who has the credibility to produce findings that everyone can feel confident in. so i think that's sort of the main takeaway from yesterday.
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>> we're talking about an independent investigation. thank you, kate. >> thank you. >> tom? now to reports of turmoil inside the white house. sources telling abc news the president had furious exchanges with senior staff inside the oval office. abc's david wright is in west palm beach with the president is spending the week end with what got president trump so fired up. >> reporter: good morning, tom. the president spent his saturday night huddled with attorney general jeff sessions and senior adviser steve bannon. the white house busily doing damage control, trying to put the russia story behind them, but clearly, struggling. on monday, the attorney general is expected to offer the senate judiciary committee a detailed explanation of his failure to tell the truth at his confirmation hearings when sessions denied having had any communications with russian officials on behalf of the trump campaign. >> in retrospect i should have slowed down, and said, but i did
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meet one russian official a couple of times. >> reporter: senior white house sources tell abc news the president was so upset when sessions announced he'll recuse himself from any campaign-related investigations that trump went ballistic. according to sources, summoning his top aides for a meeting moments before his departure for florida. and erupting at them in anger. at 10:40 friday morning, marine one, prepped and waiting, a tv camera in the rose garden captured a glimpse of the tense scene unfolding inside the oval office. that's steve bannon gesturing furiously in that meeting. bannon and chief of staff reince priebus were both scheduled to accompany the president to florida. sources say after the meeting, the two of them volunteering to stay behind. white house sources say trump made it crystal clear that a week he had hoped would be a triumph --
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>> we'll look back on tonight as when this new chapter of american greatness began. >> reporter: -- should instead end up mired in questions about the campaign's contacts with russian officials. quote, we should have had a good week. we should have had a good weekend. but once again, back to russia, that's how one senior official summed it all up. many trump supporters. still behind him. organizing the march for trump events. which met with counterdemonstrations in california and washington. as for the tense oval office meeting, bannon ended up making his own way down here to florida not on air force one. the white house cautioned us not to read too much into the fact that chief of staff reince priebus did not come down here. he always planned to spend saturday night and sunday in d.c. but the bottom line here -- the white house is struggling with its messaging. that's clearly a source of frustration. tom and paula? >> certainly is. david wright, thank you for your reporting from florida this morning.
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so we want to bring in abc's chief global affairs correspondent, martha raddatz, joining us from washington where she'll host "this week" later this morning. martha, good morning to you. >> good morning. >> where do we begin? let's go back to the statement. from president obama's spokes person who said, quote -- neither president obama nor any white house official ever ordered surveillance on any u.s. citizen. now, martha, that's what the statement says. but what is it not saying? >> it's kind of what kate said to you. what it's not saying is whether or not there actually was a wiretap ordered through fisa. we don't really know that for sure. donald trump clearly thinks there was something ordered. some sort of wiretap ordered. but he has, as we have said all morning, not offered any proof. >> martha, the president gave a speech to congress on tuesday. by most accounts, a home run. how does this now slow his agenda? >> well, tom, you and i were both sitting here on this set on
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tuesday night and talking about a pivot. that president trump was very presidential in that speech. he stuck to policy questions. he outlined his agenda. but, days later, he's the one who tweeted and changed all of that. and the focus is now on what he started and what he's accusing president obama of doing. so i think that speech seems about two months behind us now. >> it was only a couple of days ago. now, if trump was trying to change this subject from russia with this tweet storm, martha, did he succeed? >> boy, he sure did not. he may have put the focus back on himself. back on the investigation. maybe a little off jeff sessions and the recusal, which we're reporting he was apparently angry that he did recuse himself. but still, everyone is going to focus on russia because that's what the president of the united states keeps talking about. >> he certainly does. it's an understatement to say
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you have a busy morning. >> we do. we're going to get the white house to talk about this. >> okay. look forward to it, martha. we'll let you get back to action. thanks, martha. as martha said, she's going to be going one on one with the trump and obama spokespeople. former obama press secretary josh earnest. republican representative sarah huckabee sanders. coming up on this week on abc with martha raddatz. >> let's turn to big travel news now. get ready for changes at airport security. the tsa is unveiling a new hands-on procedure. eva pilgrim has more on how all patdowns will be more thorough. >> reporter: this morning, a backlash. over the tsa rollout of its new plan for comprehensive patdown screenings. >> someone who is inexperienced would be very -- could be very threatened. would be traumatic. >> reporter: tsa officers used to evaluate the perceived risk associated with each passenger in question. and then choose one of five different patdown options. now there's one option.
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a full patdown. airports across the country already putting out warnings. denver international saying the patdowns will be more thorough and may involve an officer making more intimate contact than before. >> no discretion. if you're going to pat someone down, you have to do it the same way. >> reporter: the tsa saying this is not a new style of patdown. this does not involve any different areas of the body than were screened in the previous procedure. this new plan comes two years after a report on the tsa finding some officers missed guns and other weapons during screenings. >> we know we're not carrying a concealed weapon. but they don't know. and they've got to find out. >> reporter: who gets the patdown? anyone who opts out of the standard screening. those who alarm the machines or a canine. and sometimes, it's just random. this new, more comprehensive screening is not supposed to cause any security delays unless you're the one getting the patdown. in that case, the tsa warning. be prepared. it will slow you down. paula?
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>> maybe we should get to the airport earlier. eva, thank you. we want to move to the humanitarian crisis in iraq. thousands of civilians are fleeing mosul. as coalition forces battle isis for control. and some may have been exposed to chemical weapons. the united nations warning against war crimes. abc's jennifer eccleston reports from london. >> reporter: they're fleeing the terror group's last stronghold in iraq. the escape from western mosul so hasty, many residents leaving without shoes. iraqi forces and civilians facing a fierce pushback from isis, who have controlled the city for nearly three years. now evidence of a possible chemical weapons attack. a rocket landed on our house, this mother says. it exploded and sprayed us with oily material. she and her children, and seven other patients here showing signs of gas poisoning. an emergency response plan implemented by the world health
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organization is now in effect. >> some people have breathing problems like a spasm, like in an asthma attack. and the majority of the patients have developed different size of blisters. >> reporter: the battle has raged for five months. the iraqis are taking back the city. but the advance is slow. workers with preemptive love an american charity operating in mosul, paint a dire picture. >> the hardest thing that we're seeing right now across this conflict is hundreds of thousands of people besieged by isis starving to death. >> reporter: thousands more remain trapped behind isis lines, waiting for any chance to escape. jennifer eccleston, abc news, london. >> the global community wanting to know what they can do to help. humanitarian organizations are operating completely independently, autonomously from the u.n. going where the u.n. can't reach at this point. completely funded by private citizens, civilians like you and
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i. but they're the first international humanitarian organization to reach that particular area in mosul, which is isis' stronghold. isis doing everything they can to hold on. >> we can see it. these families dealing with chemical attacks. war. mother nature with the mud and rain. it's incredible. organizations are needed. >> they're doing the brave work so few of us are willing to do. so kudos to them. all right. let's turn now to weather and rob, and a lot going out there, right, rob? >> yeah, tom. especially the cold air. for many, this morning is the coldest morning of 2017. look at the wind chills. minus 8 in boston. that's the coldest morning for sure since december for you. 7 is what it feels like in new york city. 20s in the deep south. wind chill advisories almost down into the new york city area. this is dangerous stuff across northern new england and upstate new york. freeze warnings across the carolinas. we had all the warm air. a lot of the trees and plants are blooming early. so they're going to do some damage there. on the backside, big-time warmup temperatures. 60s and 70s today.
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tomorrow, the heat begins to move off to the east. a 40 to 50-degree swing in 48 hours here across the northeast. bear with the cold. it will get warmer monday and tuesday. good sunday morning. i am lisa argen. here's our storm impact good morning, i'm lisa argen. we have minor roadway flooding as we continue to see this system push through the bay area. another wave of energy and low snow levels to boot with temperatures today very chilly. hard pressed to meet 50 degrees. and the accuweather seven-day forecast, still some rain for your monday. and then by >> much more weather in the next half an hour including the update on the iditarod race and all the mushers participating. or as paula likes to say, mushers. >> it's like scaramouche. whatever.
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anyway. >> stay tuned. >> stay tuned, everybody. everybody needs their sunday morning ron claiborne fix and a look at the other headlines. >> thank you very much. good morning to you. paula. tom. diane, robert. good morning, everyone. we begin in new york city. police have arrested a man they say was trying to join isis in syria. 26-year-old elvis redzepagic is being held without bail after appearing in a brooklyn federal courtroom being charged with attempting to provide support to a terror group. prosecutors say he travelled to the middle east but was unable to cross the border into syria. authorities say he told them he was prepared to be a suicide bomber. and engage in jihad. in washington state, a possible hate crime. a sikh man was shot in the driveway of his home while working on his car in a seattle suburb. the man supposedly told him to go back to his own country. and opened fire in the town of kent. the victim is shot in the arm. he's expected to make a full recovery. and the german automaker mercedes is recalling about a million cars worldwide. more than 300,000 of them here
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in the u.s. this recall comes after 51 fires were reported from a defective fuse. that overheated. the models were made between 2015 and 2017 models. the company says they'll notify the affected owners. a new record at the nfl scouting combine. where aspiring former college players show off their skills. that's university of washington receiver john ross. racing 40 yards in 4.22 seconds. eclipsing the old record by chris johnson of the arizona cardinals by 0.02 seconds. ross not picked by a pro team yet. but check this out. nike snapped him up immediately. signing him to a shoe contract. >> of course they did. and finally, a florida motorist got quite the surprise after shopping at a walmart. the driver, his classic '59 vette under another car. under a blue ford. >> oh. >> oh, no. >> oh. >> the driver of the blue ford apparently hit the gas instead of the brake. >> oh.
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>> the good news, nobody was injured. the bad news, the vette is wrecked. >> the car was injured. >> yeah, badly. >> where did he go, walmart? >> the parking lot of a walmart somewhere in florida. from our florida file. >> oh, that hurts just looking at that. are you car lovers? >> that's why people that have those cars will take up two spaces. that will happen more often now. >> you have to watch out for those stopping carts, too. >> i never take up two spaces with the minivan. because i don't care what happens to it. that's the whole point. thank you, ron. >> you're welcome, paula. >> and rob, and diane, and tom. thanks, everybody. coming up on "gma" this morning, prosecutors gearing up for their third trial of dalia dippolito. a florida woman accused of hiring an undercover police officer to kill her husband. why they're trying to get her defense attorney removed from the case. you heard rob mention it. the iditarod festivities are under way. what inspired one rookie musher to attempt the extremely challenging, 1,000-mile race. >> it's musher, right? >> musher. >> no, it's musher.
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good morning, everyone. i'm carolyn tyler. happening now, thousands of runners have just started the 39th annual napa valley marathon. this year's race is headphone-free. organizers say that allows runners to develop comradery with one another and take in all of the sights and sounds the
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race has to offer. anyone caught with headphones will be disqualified. proceeds from the marathon go to charities throughout napa county. let's get a check of the accuweather forecast. here's lisa. >> carolyn look quickly, because we do have a rain-snow mix in the oakland hiltz right now. check it out in the line from vallejo down to the peninsula. along stanford, looking at light to moderate rain, and the oakland hills, also mt. hamilton. downpours on and off throughout the day. temperatures will be cool and it will be blustery today. >> thank you, lisa. thank you for joining us. the ne
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welcome back to "gma." happening right now, where's the proof? president trump accusing former president obama of spying on him at trump tower by wire-tapping his phones and offering no evidence or even what prompted those allegations. a spokesman for obama firing back, saying neither the former president nor the obama white house ordered any such surveillance. also right now. vice president mike pence taking to twitter to demand an apology from the associated press after the news agency published his wife's private e-mail address. the address was disclosed earlier this week while reporting on the use of the vice president's aol account to conduct state business while the governor of indiana. and fashion magazine "vogue" is hitting news stands in the middle east. launching its first edition of "vogue arabia." the inaugural issue.
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it features a veiled gigi hadid. as you can see on the cover in a beaded head scarf. it will be available in two languages. english and arabic. the editor says it will be sensitive to islamic modesty. >> a very big deal. for that magazine. coming up, it's called the last great race on earth. mushers taking place in the iditarod sled dog race. how one rookie was inspired to take part by watching a movie. but first, prosecutors hoping the third time is the charm in a murder for hire case in florida. >> dalia dippolito is accused of hiring a police officer disguised as a hit man to kill her husband. ron is here with more. >> unethical and unprofessional, that's what the prosecutor is branding her lawyer and calling for the judge to remove him because he says, the defense attorney keeps talking about the case outside the courtroom. >> all day long, every day he left this courtroom, his goal was to get on tv so that i could influence this jury.
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that was his goal. >> reporter: that's prosecutor craig williams. he's accusing brian claypool, the defense attorney representing dalia dippolito in her second murder for hire trial, of trying to taint potential jurors in dippolito's upcoming third trial, with media appearances like these. >> you tell me if that's not motive. oh, good. good. tell them, we can't wait. they want to make sure that they reach the right decision in the case. >> reporter: in court documents, the prosecution accusing claypool of threatening the right to an impartial jury. indicating the press conferences and statements serve no legitimate purpose other than to improperly influence potential jurors. they want him off the case. dippolito's counsel is firing back. accusing them of trying to deprive her of the right to counsel of her own choosing. >> when you request removal of chosen counsel, that's a very weighty issue. and one i'm not going to shoot from the hip on. >> we were not conducting press
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conferences on daily basis. the media would ask us what happened during the day. >> reporter: it's the alleged murder for hire plot that went viral. reality tv cameras rolling as the police in florida staged a crime scene to deliver this news to the 34-year-old. >> is your husband michael? i'm sorry to tell you, ma'am. he's been killed. >> reporter: but michael was not dead. and investigators say her reaction was all for show. dippolito was convicted and sentenced to 20 years in prison in 2011. despite her attorneys arguing it was all just a scheme to launch the couple into reality tv stardom. >> it was a stunt. it was a hoax. >> reporter: that conviction was thrown out. and her second trial ended in a hung jury. >> did you want your husband dead? >> no. absolutely not. >> reporter: and the judge in the case says he'll consider the prosecutor's request and another request for a gag order. that would prevent either side from talking to the media until the trial is over.
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and the judge says he'll issue a ruling in the coming days. pretty extraordinary to remove a defense attorney but could happen. >> certainly is. ron, thank you for bringing us that story this morning. rob marciano back. we were talking about fires in the plains yesterday. it's still going on today? >> it is. we've been talking about the cold winds across the northeast. on the other side, it's been warm, dry winds across the central u.s. fires across oklahoma. this one just outside wichita, kansas. dealing with the grass fires. over 200,000 acres burned this year alone. we're ahead of schedule. we haven't gotten to the middle of march. we have fire alerts and wind warnings. energy coming into the west. winds could crank 30, 40, maybe 50 miles an hour in the next 24 hours. and then as this front comes on board, we may see severe weather, too. a threat more so tomorrow as this bumps into some of that warm air and some of those thunderstorms could become severe in the way of straight-line winds. maybe a couple of tornados.
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all right. ready, set, mush. the iditarod sled dog race's official kickoff is tomorrow. >> rookies and veterans are hitting the long, cold trail. ready to brave those brutal conditions. what better person to tell us about it than our resident sled dog expert. rob, is is there anything you can't do? no. >> i wouldn't call myself an expert. i can tell you this. they don't have a whole lot of snow. they're moving the start of the race this year, they've done that in the past. there's a rookie we're profiling. though i have tried my hand at mushing, the new kid on the starting block is someone who actually knows what he's doing. this weekend, anchorage, alaska, gathered to cheer on the iditarod racers as they kick off the iconic annual sled dog race. 26-year-old thomas rosenbloom making his debut in the 968-mile run from fairbanks to nome. the psychology major was inspired by the series, "toughest race on earth." >> go get 'em, guys. >> reporter: the kansas native rushed out to begin training for the grueling competition. >> i watched the first episode.
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i was absolutely hooked. i thought it was the coolest thing in the world. the dream started to develop in my mind. i'm going to run the iditarod. >> reporter: the trail, while beautiful, is no easy feat. mushers battle minus 40 degrees temperature, barren terrain. with little resources. >> it's been fun. a lot of work. there's a steep learning curve. it is not just standing on the back of the runners. >> reporter: but professionals make it look easier than it is. there you go. i got the chance to try my mushing skills on for size with chris hoffman, a former iditarod racer who shared a few key pointers about the race. >> first rule of dog mushing, don't let go. second rule of dog mushing, don't let go. >> reporter: when you're on the trail, behind the dogs, it's easy to leave behind the training. and the stress of the competition. >> the key is, you feel beat up and broken down. it's the dogs, they're the ones that want to keep going. the stars of the show. >> reporter: it's truly an incredible sensation and one
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rosenbloom says he can't wait to experience. >> we have a great route set up. i'm very excited to hit the trail with my team. >> reporter: the official start is tomorrow morning at 11:00 a.m. good luck to the other 71 mushers and the hundreds of very enthusiastic dogs that will be participating. >> so, was it difficult? i mean, how hard was it? >> the dogs know what they're doing. there's not really a command of mush. you let go of the brake. they go. they want to go. the vast majority of the dogs are well taken care of. they just want to run. they get excited about it. >> you can see their tails wagging. they love to do this. did it whet your appetite? are we going to see -- >> i would go dog-sledding again. it's a beautiful, peaceful thing. if you like dogs, especially. it's great experience. the iditarod is grueling. i would never try it. good luck to everybody. >> what did you call him -- >> our chief senior global mushing correspondent. i've promoted you. >> all right. that's not going to fit on my business card. but i like the way it sounds. >> thanks, rob. coming up on "gma," the foods you need to eat to beat
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♪ all right. time now for the best part of this show. "pop news." diane is here. >> we're starting on a serious note. i have to say. one direction singer louis tomlinson is in some trouble. >> not louis. not louis. >> yes, louis. musher and louis. he got arrested after a run-in with the paparazzi at l.a.x. according to the lapd, witnesses saw him pull a photographer to the ground, causing him to hit his head. they say tomlinson knocked down a woman as he tried to take her phone. she had apparently recorded some
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video of his girlfriend. the lawyer for tomlinson said the paparazzi provoked the altercation and the singer came to his girlfriend's defense when other people were attacking her. tomlinson is facing misdemeanor battery charges. >> oh. and disney is giving us a sneak peek, on a lighter note, of the "marry poppins" sequel. this look at emily blount in the title role. a bright blue coat. a pink hat. a little bird on it and a carpet bag, presumably with magical powers. the cast including lin-manuel miranda. as a lamp lighter. meryl streep. as mary's cousin. colin firth, as a banker. and my favorite part, dick van dyke is back. >> you're kidding. >> he's making an appearance. you remember, he starred in the original, as a chimney sweep. you may not remember this part. he also played the bank chairman. "mary poppins returns" hits theaters christmas 2018. >> awesome. >> i just need a spoonful of sugar. ♪ helps the medicine go down
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speaking of singing, by the way, we'll have more to come. the grammys are gone now. it's all about the iheartradio awards. surprisingly, i'm not receiving one. drake leads the pack with 12 nominations, including song of the year for "one dance." the chainsmokers have 11. including one for "closer." katy perry and bruno mars are supposed to make live appearances. ryan seacrest is hosting for the first time. artists not in the live telecast. they hit up snapchat to give their acceptance speeches. like green day, for example. check it out. >> thank you so much, i heart radio for rock song of the year. "bang bang." >> no man can eat 50 eggs. >> kind of a fun way to include them though they didn't get to be part of the television broadcast. finally, daniel craig is showing off his softer side. the "james bond" actor appears in a new video with some adorable furry friends. all part of his partnership with
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online giving site omaze. which is raising money to help reduce the threat of land mines and other explosives around the world. donors have an opportunity to win a grand prize, including a day with daniel craig. he uses puppies to help us understand just how much that's really worth. >> following your check-in, perhaps some room service, we'll arrange for a driver to deliver you and your guest to a location i have arranged just for this occasion. six puppies, you say. not a bad guess. >> he sweetens the deal. and increase the number of puppies he estimates the whole prize is worth. the winner gets their very on daniel craig customized aston martin. >> that's incredible. >> that's cool. >> boom. >> the dogs are great. you said aston martin, you had the guys -- their jaws dropped. >> don't take to it the walmart parking lot. >> excellent advice. >> great to have you. thanks for stepping in. >> so much fun. tune in to "this week" with martha raddatz.
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she's got a big show. thanks for joining us this weekend keep it here for "gma" during the week. we'll see you. >> see you guys later. week. we'll see you. >> see you guys later. good morning. i'm carolyn tyler. the golden gate ferry is expanding its service for the first time in 40 years. starting tomorrow, commuters can take the ferry to and from tiburon. the manager says ridership has been growing over the last couple years and service helps reduce traffic congestion on the golden gate bridge. one-way tickets for adults cost
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$11.50. if you have a clipper card, it would cost $7. the first ferry leaves tiburon at 5:30 tomorrow morning. today, the warriors are back in action, only on abc7. golden state faces the knicks at madison square garden. coverage begins at noon. tip-off is at 12:30. let's get a check now of the accuweather forecast. here's lisa argen. >> hey, carolyn. good morning to you. some cold air and moisture, and we've got some hail and snow in the higher elevations. let's take you into the east bay hills where around san ramon and dublin, you can see the pink and purple there all the way down through the san bruno mountains. and scattered showers still offshore, so it's going to be one of those days with some sunshine, some downpours, the possibility of a thunderstorm. we have breezy winds from napa to half moon bay. numbers are chilly in the 40s. and as we go through the rest of the afternoon, notice 10:00, we still have some downpours mixed in with some sunshine, and this
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is 3:00 in the afternoon. it does last until your monday, and we're still looking at anywhere from a tenth of an inch to upwards of half of an inch through the next two days. so, low snow levels anywhere around 2,000 feet. and the accuweather seven-day forecast, it's a one on our storm impact scale. showers, chilly today. same deal to but mainly for the first half of the day. then dry for the second half. increasing sunshine and warmth as we go through the middle of the week, but looks like rain returns by next weekend. (vo)have to happen?idn't i didn't see it. (vo) what if we could go back? what if our car... could stop itself? in iihs front-end crash prevention testing, nobody beats the subaru impreza. not toyota. not honda. not ford.
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starting right now on a special edition of "this week" with george stephanopoulos. the russian connection. the explosive allegation from president trump, claiming the trump campaign was wiretapped by president obama. trump offering no proof to back up his claim. obama denying any white house involvement. the bombshell allegation. pitting the president against the former president. the big questions. was there a wiretap at trump tower? if there was, what did it find? if there wasn't, why is trump leveling this charge? all this, as another member of team trump is clouded by possible ties to russia. >> i have recused myself in that matter. the matters that deal with the trump campaign.


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