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wait, what's going on now? move the flag. good morning, america. new backlash brewing over the white house and russia. president trump feels the heat from members of his own party for not being tough enough on putin as trump's son donald jr. comes under fire for a meeting he had with a russian lawyer during the campaign who claimed to have damaging information about hillary clinton. state of emergency. at least 45 wildfires scorching the west. flames shutting down this highway trapping more than 100 people including dozens of young campers. tens of thousands of acres torched and cars completely burned out, as firefighters work around the clock to stop the blaze. hit-and-run. a cyclist crushed by an suv, sent flying off his bike as the driver speeds off. a dean at a private school arrested, now facing multiple
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on that coming up. >> a lot of people online all day long. welcome back to you both. washington, lots of people back there as well. the president in congress. there are big stories there. the president is facing questions about his first summit with vladimir putin, even republicans complaining he may not have been tough enough with the russian president. and the white house dealing with that revelation that donald trump jr. met with a russian linked to the kremlin during the campaign who was promising him damaging information on hillary clinton. jared kushner, paul manafort at that meeting, as well. and after the july 4th holiday senate focusing on that health care bill to replace the affordable care act as more republicans cast doubts on it. >> much more on that in a moment. first our chief white house correspondent jon karl starts us off with new questions about the president's meeting with vlad mire putin. good morning, jon. >> reporter: good morning, robin. the president is back in the white house after his second trip abroad. his first face-to-face meeting with vladimir putin, a meeting that is raising more questions than answers. back at the white house, there's one question president trump can't seem to shake. >> mr. president, are you satisfied with putin's answer on election meddling? >> reporter: the president did
raise the issue with putin, but he says he wants to move on. tweeting sunday, i strongly pressed president putin twice about russian meddling in our election. he vehemently denied it. i've already given my opinion. so what exactly did president trump tell putin about election meddling? his top advisers won't say. >> why would president trump broadcast exactly what he said in the meeting? strategically that makes no sense. >> reporter: putin, who unlike trump held a press conference after the meeting -- [ speaking a foreign language ] >> reporter: -- says president trump accepted his denial that russia didn't do anything to interfere with the election. no white house official denied that until this just yesterday from chief of staff reince priebus who wasn't at the meeting. >> the president absolutely did not believe the denial of president putin. >> reporter: the president insists he's acting to prevent future election hacks. tweeting that he discussed with putin, quote, forming an
impenetrable cybersecurity unit with the russians. prominent republicans think that's a terrible idea. >> it's not the dumbest idea i've ever heard but it's pretty close. when it comes to russia he's got a blind spot. >> there's been no penalty whatsoever. time to move forward. yes, it's time to move forward, but there has to be a price to pay. >> reporter: republican senator marco rubio is also slamming that idea of a joint russian/american task force on cybersecurity saying, partnering with putin on a cybersecurity unit is akin with partnering with assad on a chemical weapons unit. but it now appears that president trump is backing away from the idea. he tweeted late yesterday, the fact that president putin and i discussed a cybersecurity unit doesn't mean i think it can happen. it can't. robin. >> jon, in that conversation between the president and putin, he seemed to point to an apparent victory in syria over the cease-fire?
>> reporter: yeah, and this does appear to be an accomplishment, a cease-fire for part of southern syria that was negotiated in part with the jordanians, as well. that cease-fire, robin, started to take effect yesterday. >> all right, jon, thank you. we move now to that new revelation about the trump campaign and russia. donald trump jr. admitting he met with a russian attorney during the campaign hoping to get damaging information on hillary clinton and the democrats. both jared kushner and former campaign chair paul manafort also at that meeting. tom llamas here with new reporting. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you. let me set the scene for you. at the time those were three of the most powerful people in the trump campaign. meeting at trump tower with a russian lawyer. now, don junior says kushner and manafort didn't know the substance of the meeting but everyone showed up. this morning, the president's son, don junior, on the defensive and explaining why during the campaign he agreed to meet with the russian lawyer linked to the kremlin who he
says claimed to have damaging information about hillary clinton. >> welcome to moscow! >> reporter: don junior says the meeting was set up by someone he knew from the 2013 miss universe pageant, held that year in moscow. abc news has confirmed that person was rob goldstone, a music publicist with russian clients who was friendly with don junior. >> and of course, the big man on campus, donald trump. >> reporter: i was asked to have a meeting by an acquaintance, the president's oldest son said in a statement, who i was told might have information helpful to the campaign. abc news has learned the lawyer that don junior was meeting with was natalia veselnitskaya who has helped lobby for pro-russian policies, an advocate for them on russian television. don junior says he asked his brother-in-law and campaign adviser jared kushner and former campaign chairman paul manafort to the meeting. the meeting taking place in june of 2016 after trump had clinched his party's nomination.
don junior says he wasn't told the name of the russian lawyer in advance. and when they met, she, quote, stated that she had information that individuals connected to russia were supporting mrs. clinton. but he says her statements were vague, ambiguous and made no sense. then the meeting quickly turned to russian adoptions and policy, prompting don junior to end the meeting. for months trump and his team have criticized the investigation into russian collusion, repeatedly denying any contact between the campaign and russia. >> did you or anyone in your campaign have any contact with russia leading up to or during the campaign? nothing at all? >> no, not at all. >> of course not and i think to suggest that is to give credence to some of these bizarre rumors that have swirled around the candidacy. >> to me it's without a question reads and smells like a witch hunt because i have no other proof or evidence to show otherwise. >> reporter: but now, new
questions about why the trump team was apparently interested in help from the russians. now, both don junior and president trump's outside legal team saying the president did not attend the meeting and was not aware of it. we have reached out to natalia veselnitskaya's lawyers for comments. but they have not gotten back to us, george. >> okay, tom, thanks. let's take this now to the counselor to the president, kellyanne conway. kellyanne, thanks for joining us this morning. we just showed some of those denials from the president from the vice president, don junior about any contacts. back in december you also denied any contacts between the campaign and russians. i want to show our audience. >> absolutely not and i discussed that with the president-elect just last night. those conversations never happened. i hear people saying it like it's a fact on television that is just not only inaccurate and false but it's dangerous. >> does the president-elect. >> it does undermine our democracy. >> it did turn out to be a fact. who misled you and why did don junior, jared kushner and paul manafort allow those public denials to stand for so many months? >> so as i understand it,
george, at some of the disclosure forms have been amended since that time and to reflect other meetings including this one. i think that tom llamas, your colleague, put it best. he said that these were vague and ambiguous statements that don junior was not aware of the lawyer's name before he got there and that the conversation quickly changed to what seemed to be the entire purpose of the meeting for that woman, which was russian adoption. no information was received that was meaningful or helpful and no action was taken. >> but, kellyanne, by his own admission he sought the meeting. he agreed to the meeting because she was promising damaging information about hillary clinton. isn't that at minimum an attempt at collusion? >> no, and your colleague, cecilia vega, even said yesterday, as others responsible people have said, including members of the obama administration under oath, there's no evidence of collusion. we're talking about collusion that doesn't exist. >> kellyanne, actually i have to stop you right there. because, kellyanne, that is not what cecilia vega said. cecilia vega was asked about
that yesterday morning. that was before don junior admitted that he sought the meeting to get damaging information on hillary clinton. that was when don junior's statement was simply that this was a meeting about adoption. that changed in the previous hours when he changed his story. >> are you saying there's evidence of collusion because everybody is trying to convert wishful thinking into hard evidence and they haven't been able to do that. let me get back to what you asked me about this meeting. i don't think you had to go very far, respectfully, to find damaging information or negative information about hillary clinton. she was a gusher at all times of negative, damaging information. your own polling showed that a majority of the country doesn't -- didn't trust her at the time, that she had no honesty and integrity. i didn't have to look far as the campaign manager starting the next month to find damaging information. we would just quote her. people admit now $1.2 billion on fire. she had no message that connected to america the way donald trump did. >> kellyanne -- >> there's no evidence of collusion. >> you're changing the subject here, let's go back to the original question. >> no, i'm not.
this is the subject. is there collusion? yes or no. >> number one, why did the administration allow these denials to stand for so many months? >> the people involved in the meeting could answer those questions better for you but as i understand it, george, people's disclosure statements have been amended to reflect meetings such as this. and don junior came forth this weekend and gave more information about the meeting. he also made very clear -- >> after denying it. >> that no information that was meaningful and helpful was gained from this. we have many different meetings in a campaign. some of them are unhelpful and not particularly meaningful. i'm sure you can relate to that. >> but, kellyanne, that's beside the point. he was seeking the information. he was seeking the damaging information. that's why he had the meeting. how is that appropriate? >> george, he was told that there would be information that may be helpful to the campaign. there was no such information. but, again, i want to ask you a question. if we're going to keep using the word collusion, where is the evidence of collusion? what just happened last week is that you had putin and trump had
a conversation. that's meaningful. they brokered a cease-fire in part of syria. they talked about cybersecurity. the first order of business for president trump that he pressed putin on was interference in the election. meddling in the election. exactly what many in the media said would never happen, the president made it the top priority and reportedly pressed him several times so -- >> kellyanne -- >> the conversation is real. the collusion is not. >> we know from don junior's own admission that he sought the meeting with the russian because she would provide damaging information with hillary clinton. how can you say that is not at least an attempt at working with the russians to hurt the clinton campaign to help the trump campaign? >> two quick things. he did not seek the meeting. if you look at his statement he said the meeting was requested of him and he agreed to the meeting. that's different than -- >> because he was going to give damaging information about hillary clinton.
>> he didn't even know her name, george. he had no idea who this person was until she entered the room. he said that also in his statement. >> he believed that she was bringing damaging information about hillary clinton. that's why he agreed to the meeting by his own admission. >> she didn't have it. look, the only information the -- the only people who had information about russia meddling in say 20 -- summer of 2016 did not work in the trump campaign, they worked in the obama white house. they were briefed according to "the washington post" about this kind of information, and did absolutely nothing because they never thought donald trump would win. number two, no meaningful information was received, no action was taken. when i became campaign manager nobody said, oh, we have to turn over this file to you of this fabulous -- there's nothing like that. we were talking to people in michigan, not moscow, and i think it's important for people to know that. >> kellyanne, we have to go. the information was sought from the campaign and those denials were allowed to stand for many months. that's the bottom line. thanks very much for your time. >> look, i wasn't in the meeting. i wasn't in the meeting but people amended their disclosure forms and i think the big bombshell this morning is jim comey disclosing confidential
information he had in private memos. that's what americans should really focus on. >> kellyanne conway, thanks very much. michael. we turn now to devastating wildfires out west, forcing thousands to evacuate including kids at a summer camp. abc's matt gutman is in california where some 5,000 firefighters are bravely battling the flames. good morning, matt. >> reporter: hey, good morning, michael. the air here is still thick with smoke and i want to give you a sense of the urgency here for firefighters. there are dozens of camps like this in this area. this was one of them. this was a bunk house but there are thousands displaced this morning. this morning, those wildfires roaring across california forcing about 8,000 evacuations. emergency crews sending an air assault from the sky dropping flame retardant hoping to stop multiple fast-moving blazes. the alamo fire, the largest fire
currently burning in california, blowing up to nearly 24,000 acres on sunday. that's almost twice the size of manhattan. here in santa barbara, more than 3500 fleeing the whittier fire, some of them through fire clogged route 154. that blaze now blanketing over 7800 acres and is only 5% contained. this time-lapse video showing just how quickly it's tearing across the county. the fire started saturday morning shutting down both sides of a major highway temporarily trapping nearly 90 campers and 50 counselors at a nearby ranch. >> they were trapped because the road was completely enveloped in flames and there were trees falling down across the road an there's really no way to get them out of there. >> reporter: we traveled to what used to be a camp near the area, now reduced to rubble. the scene apocalyptic, cars turned into husks of metal.
>> devastating looking at all this. >> reporter: the camp director's husband driving us to her home on site but when we arrived -- >> oh. >> we've been here for 12 years and this is all that's left. >> reporter: the structure completely destroyed. the governor has declared a state of emergency and the heat that fueled the fires is sticking around for a while. the stakes remain high for firefighters. because blazes continue to threaten critical infrastructure that could threaten ek listy and maj major cities like santa barbara. michael. >> devastating images to see and thank you very much, matt and now amy is joining us with the morning's other top stories starting with some delays for the morning commute? >> that's right, a major rail shutdown in new york affecting commuters along the east coast. extensive renovations and repairs are beginning today at penn station following three derailments in recent months. about one-quarter of the station's tracks will be shut down for that work which is expected to last until september. well, a u.s. army soldier is
in custody accused of fatally shooting a new york state trooper. police say the trooper was responding to a domestic dispute at the soldier's home near the canadian border when shots were fired. the suspect's wife was also found dead. no word what led to that. and some pretty shocking video from tennessee, showing the moment, look at that, whoo, a biker was hit on the side of the road and see the driver of that black volvo taking off from the scene right there. well, the driver has now been identified as the dean at a local private school. he could now face federal charges. the biker is recovering from cuts and bruises. and i don't know if you can imagine this, but it happened to someone waking up with your head inside a bear's mouth. yeah, dylan, this camp counselor in colorado, says he was attacked at 4:00 a.m. he was in his sleeping bag when the bear clamped down on his head and then dragged him out of that sleeping bag 12 feet. but other than needing nine staples to close up those cuts dylan is remarkably okay. he's already back at work. it was his co-workers, his other
counselors who started beating back the bear and punching him. >> 12 feet. >> it was incredible. yes, they said it's very unusual for a black bear to behave like this and happened and thank goodness he is alive to tell us about it. let's go to rob with more on those wildfires and record heat. >> heat and lightning strikes setting off six additional wildfires in nevada. look at some of these numbers in l.a., 98 degrees. we still have red flag warnings posted as are gusty winds and low levels of humidity, still in the 90s. time now for your select cities brought to you by liberty mutual.
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return to the ground immediately. >> go up. go up. >> i'm going to die. welcome back to "gma," everybody. that is "spider-man: homecoming." it soared at tthe weekend openi debut. >> yeah, the superhero reboot raked in an estimated $257 million worldwide and also received rave reviews especially for tom holland who played spider-man. it's definitely on my see list. >> he's really good. >> remember when he was here. >> he's such a nice guy. he was. also right now, white house facing a lot of questions about a meeting the president's son donald trump jr. had with a russian lawyer during the campaign who he had the meeting because she said she had damaging information about hillary clinton, jared kushner
and trump's campaign manager at the time, paul manafort, were also there. and at least 45 wildfires are raging in the west scorching thousands of acres. homes and cars completely burned. thousands of people including young campers forced to evacuate. >> but we'll begin with those former penn state fraternity brothers back in court this morning facing charges in the alcohol-related death of pledge timothy piazza. abc's gio benitez is there in state college, pennsylvania, with more. good morning, gio. >> reporter: robin, good morning to you. a judge could soon decide if there's enough evidence to go to trial here. defense attorneys will argue today that this was a terrible tragedy but not a crime. this morning, 18 former penn state frat members head back to court charged in connection with the death of 19-year-old pledge tim piazza. >> we have a friend who's unconscious, he's -- hasn't moved and he's probably going to need an ambulance. >> reporter: that 911 call coming nearly 12 hours after the sophomore's headfirst flight during a flight of stairs after
an alcohol-fueled night. penn state permanently shutting down that fraternity. the key evidence against the young men, surveillance video from nearly every room in the house. it was played only in court. piazza was visibly drunk, downing at least four drinks in just minutes, falling down the stairs struggling and in pain for hours. >> i observed the defendants, men kidding, back slapping, joking and acting as though they were at a fraternity reunion. >> reporter: prosecutors say the video shows frat brothers ignoring piazza and even hitting him. piazza's parents who say they can't bear to watch the video spoke to "gma" in may. >> they set out to feed these guys lethal amounts of alcohol from the outset. >> reporter: the charges range from involuntary manslaughter to reckless endangerment, to tampering with evidence. the video shows the frat brothers getting rid of all traces of alcohol before police arrived, even putting a clean shirt on piazza's unconscious
body. defense attorneys for the former frat brothers say the video does not show intent to hurt piazza. >> i don't see how anybody could be charged with the knowledge that this was anything more than a frat brother who had too much to drink. >> reporter: still, piazza's parents say their behavior is indefensible. >> i don't know where their conscience was, where the voice in the back of their head was saying he's hurt, i got to do the right thing. >> reporter: and penn state telling abc news this morning that it is vigorously working to implement new safety measures for the fall semester calling piazza's death a terrible tragedy. robin. >> it was that. all right, gio, thank you. robin, also this morning, venus williams is back in action at wimbledon as we learn new details about that fatal car crash she was involved in last month. new surveillance video is answering some key questions showing she may not have been at fault. t.j. holmes here with that story.
good morning, t.j. >> good morning, george. you'll remember police said venus williams was at fault, their words, for this accident that ultimately led to a man's death. they are changing their tune this morning because of that new evidence. the new surveillance video, you mentioned, george, in which they say it shows that venus williams acted lawfully. this is the newly released video showing that fatal crash involving tennis superstar venus williams. police released the video friday saying it shows williams driving the suv in the upper left-hand corner, lawfully entered the intersection near her florida home last month, when another vehicle seen here cut her off causing her to stop advancing through the intersection to avoid a collision. police say when williams proceeded she was acting in accordance with florida law, even though the car carrying 78-year-old jerome barson and his wife linda had a greenlight when just seconds later they collided with her. jerome passed away two weeks after the crash. linda was injured. police are still investigating the incident but have not
charged williams with any crime. the couple's lawyer who filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the five-time wimbledon champ says the video shows their client had the right of way. >> a smile. >> reporter: williams was uninjured in the crash. she was emotional last week when asked about the accident following her opening round win at wimbledon. >> i'm completely speechless and >> reporter: she was not to blamed for the wreck. >> venus williams entered the intersection on a green light. she had the right by state law to get through the intersection. and so she was correctly entering and exiting that intersection. >> and again, venus williams has not been cited. she has not been charged. now, they have cited the police in their release. they stated this, a florida statute that says when someone is in that intersection legally, the person even you have a green light they have the right of way and you have to wait for them to get out of the way. the police are citing that statute. so this was an awful, unfortunate accident that led to a man's death but still the back and forth legalese will continue
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on board has tripled since 2010. but now experts are urging caution, deaths are even on the rise. abc's becky worley is in the water with some important tips and, becky, i have seen you in action in hawaii. you know what you're talking about here. >> we have been on the water together, robin, and it is such a fun sport. millions probably participating in it this weekend but warnings from the coast guard, a few precautions could save your life. paddleboarding, one of the fastest-growing sports in america. it seems so simple yet experts say it can suddenly turn dangerous. >> i didn't prepare enough. >> reporter: nancy says she was paddling back from the lighthouse in lewis, delaware, when a wave knocked her off her board. she wasn't wearing a life jacket or using a leash and the current swept her board away. >> i was way too far offshore for people sitting on the beach to be able to hear me. >> reporter: she says she would have drowned if a passing boat
didn't rescue her, 15 paddleboarders died in 2016, three fatal accidents in one weekend and, in many cases an unknown danger, wind played a huge part. to show you how the wind can wreak havoc i become the experiment. with the coast guard from station bodega bay in california watching over i put on my personal flotation device. beautiful day to go paddleboarding. even though it's blowing just ten miles an hour at my back, when i turn around the ferocity of the wind surprises me. getting back took three times as long as the paddle out. imagine if i had gone further. oh, man. did i have to work out there. i don't know how long i could keep that pace up. it's just scary. >> reporter: then to show how fast this can go from scary to possibly deadly, we wait for the wind to pick up. it's now howling. upwards of 18 miles an hour.
after just a few minutes with it at my back -- i am way out here. i've been on the board for five minutes and i'm already 700 yards from shore. it's so choppy i have to get down on my knees to try to turn the board around and head back to shore. oh, boy. i am in trouble. the wind churns up the waves. oh, boy. i get back on the board but the wind knocks me off. boom. i'm in the water again. the coast guard pulls the plug for safety concerns. i'm certain i wouldn't have been able to make it back to shore. i just got my butt handed to me. if there had been no boat here, i'd be out there. the coast guard says as the sports grows there's calls for more rescues. they say to stay safe, always wear a life jacket. >> there's four people that died this year exactly as you fell off in choppy water, they fell off and they drowned. >> reporter: and depending on the water temperature, wear a wet suit. i'm putting one on now.
>> 49 degrees. >> 49 degrees. >> that's take your breath away kind of water. someone who is surprised will gasp under water there and that's when they drown. >> reporter: and in most cases wear a leash. here's wha i purposely fell in without wearing one. i go under water. it's disorienting. then trying to swim after the unleashed board, forget it. no chance. can't reach my board. lucky for me the coast guard here to help. guys, paddleboarding is my passion. i want you to try it, the coast guard telling me, though, that just a few simple precautions can keep you safe. so lifevest at all times. they make ones that are just for paddleboarding if you want. leash, keeping it -- keeping you with your board is your best chance at survival if something goes wrong. tell someone where you're going and when you'll be back and check the weather and the wind. if you get into the wind and you can't make any headway, get down on your knees, you're less of a
sail for the wind and if all else fails, put your paddle down and make like a surfer, paddle your way home. so i want to see all you guys out on the water, okay? >> yeah, that's right. becky, you're fit and you're experienced. going through this demonstration, what surprised even you? >> how cold the water was and how it affected me and my ability to, you know, just even swim simply. i underestimated how that affects you and they say cold water drownings is real, people. gasp in and then they're in big trouble. >> all right. thank you, becky. but i got to tell you it was a sight every morning when we were down in hawaii, a group of us and she would come paddleboarding up to the house. she is so experienced but i'm glad she showed everybody the dangers of paddleboarding. >> you didn't try. >> no, i was on shore but i appreciate it. >> we'll stay right here. something else we can appreciate coming up, forget black friday, how to score the best deals on tech, tvs, jewelry and more as one of the biggest shopping days
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. the new backlash over the white house and connections to russia. key republicans saying trump isn't tough enough on putin as trump's son donald jr. comes under fire overnight for a meeting he had with the russians. international tug-of-war over baby charlie. this morning, a new twist in the fight for the little boy's future. a court about to hear new evidence about the treatment his parents want. his mother saying she has the backing from doctors around the world. only on "gma," blac chyna speaks out, firing back at her ex rob kardashian saying he publicly harassed her. what she's saying this morning about revenge on the internet. why she filed a restraining order today and her message for all women. and congrats to the newlyweds, maks and peta. we're taking you inside their blockbuster dancing wedding.
her dresses, their baby and what peta said when she saw maks at the end of the aisle. all ahead this hour. and they're here to say -- >> all: good morning, america! >> good morning, america. great audience outside. you saw it. they're ready to work out. >> oh, okay, i thought we saw that. maks and peta. did you all know about this over the weekend? they got married and we're going to take you inside their fabulous wedding. >> looked like a very special day. a lot of news to get to. we'll start with those new questions about that trump campaign meeting with the russian lawyer who is promising them damaging information on hillary clinton. jon karl has the latest on that. good morning, jon. >> reporter: good morning, george. and the president's meeting with vladimir putin, putin claimed that the president accepted his denials that russia had anything to do with the russian hack. the chief of staff here at the white house, reince priebus,
says that's not true but it is that other meeting that is now drawing more questions here, the meeting with donald trump jr. and top officials at the trump campaign and a lawyer with ties to the kremlin. this morning on "gma," kellyanne conway says that that meeting where the russian lawyer was promising damaging information about hillary clinton is not evidence of collusion. >> and are you saying there's evidence of collusion? because everybody is trying to convert wishful thinking into hard evidence and they haven't been able to do that. i don't think you had to go very far respectfully to find damaging information or negative information about hillary clinton. she was a gusher at all times of negative damaging information. >> reporter: george, the explanations coming from don junior and coming from the white house about this meeting have shifted quite dramatically but now the kremlin is saying that they did not have any information, did not know this meeting was taking place. george. >> okay, jon karl, thanks very much.
the other big story this morning, a major victory in the fight against isis. iraq's prime minister has declared the city of mosul now liberated following a months-long battle. our senior foreign correspondent ian pannell is there. good morning, ian. >> reporter: george, just look at this, this is the start of mosul coming back to normal. we're at one of the main junctions in the city in west mosul. this is where the fighting has been at its heaviest. yard after yard, mile after mile of mosul has been devastated by the bombing, by the fighting that's taken place here. we've seen bulldozers clearing away debris and we've even seen people reinstalling sewage pipes. this is the new normal in iraq. we've heard a couple of explosions in the background as the fighting goes on against small pockets of isis fighters still left in the city. now all guns will turn westward to raqqah in syria. there, u.s.-backed forces are leading the battle against the militants and so far with success. so the situation here in mosul is one where people are happy about what has happened and they're hugely relieved that reign of terror has been
released but people also know this doesn't mean peace in their time. george. >> okay, ian, that war has a long way to go. >> the new normal in iraq as he said. the international battle over charlie gard, an infant who suffers from a rare genetic condition. his parents are heading to court, trying to get him more treatment, and abc's james longman has more and joins us this morning from london. good morning, james. >> reporter: good morning, robin. this is the latest twist over the future of a very sick little boy. charlie gard's parents have so far lost every appeal to stop doctors from turning off his life support. something they say would enable him to die with dignity. but today a court will hear new evidence about that controversial treatment that charlie's parents want him to undergo in the united states. now we should say that treatment is just that, it's not a cure. but nonetheless it perhaps would help him with his symptoms. his mother, connie, says seven doctors from around the world
are backing her and the pope, of course, and president trump have offered their support, as well as a u.s. evangelical pastor flown in to offer his prayers. on thursday, there will be the second stage of this hearing when charlie's future will perhaps be decided. robin. >> all right, james, our heart goes out to that family. appreciate it. we bring in amy with the other headlines for the morning. >> that's right. there are more than 40 large wildfires burning across the west and california alone, look at that. flames forced nearly 8,000 people to evacuate the area. one fire near santa barbara is burning dangerously close to a highway and temporarily trapped dozens of children at a camp and then in northern california, a state of emergency has been declared. investigators trying to determine the cause of this massive fire at london's historic camden market. a building was gutted just weeks after fire destroyed a london high-rise killing 80 people but no injuries thankfully in this fire. congress gets back to work today focused on the effort to overhaul health care after facing angry constituents over the july 4th recess, some admit
their bill to replace obamacare is most likely not going to pass. ted cruz is pushing a plan to lower premiums for healthy americans. and we have an update on a story we brought you about the phenomenon of snorting chocolate and teens. chuck schumer calling on regulators to investigate the powder saying it could be harmful and is being marketed as a drug. finally, setting sail or should i say setting ale. take a look at the annual beer can regatta in australia. down under they know how to do it right there. each boat made of thousands of beer cans, the goal is to find a sunken treasure but it's ultimately to raise money for charity and for that i will raise a glass or a beer can. >> yes. >> oi oi oi. >> i imagine you have to drink all that beer. >> a lot of drinking involved, yes. >> thank you, amy. you know, coming up, we have
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welcome back to "gma." >> diane macedo. look. i looked up and diane macedo is like, yay. diane, you're one of us. >> i know but i got here early. this is very exciting. >> you got a prime seat and you know what, you add to the great group of people we have here in times square. >> whoo. >> yes. [ applause ]
>> i know, really. and also sara haines, "pop news." >> i am here, thank you. we'll start with some inspirational stuff today. michelle obama will present the arthur ashe courage award at the 25th espys to special olympics founder eunice kennedy shriver. she was a passionate champion for people with developmental challenges and using the power of sport to empower them to reach their highest potential. the former first lady saying shriver transformed the lives of countless young athletes and inspired us all. timothy shriver will accept the honor on behalf of his mother. the 25th espys airs wednesday at 8:00 p.m. eastern here on abc. >> so fitting all the way around. all the way around. >> yeah. and next up, take a listen to this. ♪ hands on your waist let's go ♪ ♪ get up ♪ get low >> you're feeling it bopping along. george, anything?
really. just bop, just a little, boppity bop. oh, we got a finger tap. by friday we'll get the whole body. that was former one direction liam payne's brand-new collaboration called "get low" already racking up nearly 4 million views on youtube. zedd will be right here on "gma" with alessia cara for our summer concert series on july 21st. that's a good combo. that girl is way wiser than her years would reveal. her lyrics. >> i know. ahead of her time. >> you should have your daughters listen. >> i will. >> i love giving him homework. finally, is it chicken or is it fish? you may remember jessica simpson's infamous question on her hit reality show "newlyweds" with nick lachey. if not take a look at this. >> is this chicken what i have or is this fish? i know it's tuna but it says
chicken by the sea. >> oh, boy. >> you know, we all laughed but this might have been profound for jessica simpson. because she was actually on to something. whole foods just announced a recall after discovering its buffalo chicken salad actually contained tuna. and simpson had no issue poking fun at herself tweeting, it happens to the best of us, whole foods. like that is a moment that you kind of -- >> oh, gosh. >> when you watch it it's painful but i kind of sat there thinking i could say something like that someday. >> it's painful but it's innocent, but the best thing is his reaction. >> like so many thought bubbles. >> i don't believe you could say something like that. >> george, you know i could. i sit here all the time and say some really ridiculous stuff, but you love me anyway which is why it's special. >> and, sara, thank you.
thank you, thank you, thank you. and we turn to reality star blac chyna, speaking out in an abc news exclusive about her ex rob kardashian sharing private images of her on social media. abc's linsey davis sat down with her and her lawyer and we're going to talk about that now. good morning, linsey. >> reporter: good morning, michael. blac chyna is a reality star, model and businesswoman and now she's adding another title, advocate for victims of cyberbullying. the 29-year-old is heading to court today asking for a domestic violence restraining order for rob kardashian to stay away from her and stop posting about her on the internet. while rob kardashian and blac chyna's relationship drama is well documented on their reality show "rob and chyna." >> why are you yelling? psycho. what's wrong with you? >> because it's aggravating. >> reporter: more than aggravating, his latest actions might be criminal. last week the 30-year-old
kardashian posted sexually explicit images of chyna, his former fiancee and mother of their daughter dream. in a twitter rant he accused her of cheating on him and using him for his money. instagram shut down his account, but now lisa bloom, an attorney for blac chyna, is filing for a temporary restraining order against kardashian. >> in california revenge porn is a crime, a civil wrong and a form of domestic abuse. >> what was your reaction when you first saw rob's posts about you? >> i was devastated, of course. i'm like, how could somebody like post these pictures of me and i'm like -- like, wow, okay. like this is a person that i trusted. i just felt. >> betrayed? >> yeah, betrayed. >> there are reports you liked some of the photos that he posted, is that true? >> no, i didn't like none of the photos. i actually have robert kardashian blocked from my instagram. >> what made you decide i'm
going to take legal action? >> well, i've talked to rob, you know, about everything. i've talked to him. the moral of the story is like he doesn't respect me so if you can't respect me you have to respect the law. >> have any of the kardashians reached out to you since these posts? >> no, ma'am. >> reporter: there is a complex backstory that just might explain what chyna says is silence from the kardashians. chyna was once close friends to kim kardashian and she once dated and has a child with rapper tyga. tyga left her to date kylie. shortly thereafter, chyna started dating rob kardashian and became pregnant with his baby. what do you say to the people who say, oh, this was just about revenge for the kardashians? >> no, that's not -- first of all, you can -- that's not even my character and i see all these things on the internet and i never address it because i'm the bigger person. robert came at me. >> rob has said that you used the kardashians, you used him for fame and fortune. your response?
>> i was already blac chyna before the kardashians. >> so where do you draw the line because you do expose a lot of your life. some semi-nude pictures. >> i'm going to draw the line. i am angela white. i'm blac chyna. i can do whatever i want. it's my body. >> any explicit photos that she may have chosen to post in the past, that's her choice. this is like saying a woman can't be raped if she previously chose to have sex with someone. it's her body. it's her choice. each and every time. >> why did you send rob a video of you with another man? >> you know, i've been broken up with rob since december and it's like if somebody keeps poking at you and poking at you and poking at you and keep poking at you, you're eventually going to pop and so i was just like maybe if i send this video to him, then he'll just leave me alone. >> now, is there any truth in that he thinks that you were still together at the time?
is that possible? >> no, not at all. >> you loved him? >> yes. nobody was out to make a baby out of spite. >> reporter: in 38 states, plus d.c., revenge porn is a crime. >> i'm not asking victims to change their behavior. i'm asking perpetrators not to commit crimes. it is a crime to post pictures like this and if you do it, i hope that the full impact of the law rains down upon you. >> i would like to just say something to like all the women out there, you know, you're not the only one that's probably going through something. so i feel as though if one person speaks up, maybe it -- hopefully it will be a domino effect. >> rob kardashian has not been charged with a crime at this time. chyna has also posted on social media and told me that rob was physically abusive to her in april and there's absolutely no chance of reconciliation. she was adamant about that but she says she does plan to keep joint custody. we reached out to rob and the
kardashians but did not receive a comment. much more of our interview with chyna coming up tonight on "nightline." >> thank you, linsey. outside to rob marciano. >> a beautiful day. look at this handsome crowd. atlanta, kennesaw, california, chicago, they are happy to be here and new york, it's going to be a great day, but it's been hot across the plains. look at this cool video of a smokenado. smoke whirl. a smoke devil there in oklahoma where there is a little brush fire happening. heat will continue to build and temps up over 100 degrees in some spots. that is smoking hot. hi, there. i'm abc 7 news meteorologist mike nicco. becoming sunny and seasonal today with just a few clouds along the peninsula coast. mostly clear and cool tonight, in the extended, heat returns for some. it's inlntd. temperatures like 93 in antioch. everybody else in the 80s. 70s around the bay, 60s at the coast. how about 52 to 59, our temperature spread tonight. notice the clouds at the coast. here's my accuweather seven-day forecast. cooler tomorrow.
check out this heat friday a another big weekend for dancing romance. "dancing with the stars" pros maks and peta, two of our favorites, they said i do in a magical ceremony on long island this weekend. abc's diane macedo is in front of the camera with all the details. >> yes, i'm moving around. you said magical wedding. that's right. this wedding had it all. a castle, a prince, a beautiful bride in two dresses. while you may have expected a surprise dabs routine maks had something else up his sleeve. >> this has been literally the best day of my life. >> reporter: peta and maks making it official saturday in a fairy tale wedding fit for dancing royalty. the venue -- long island, new york's, oheka castle made famous in taylor swift's "blank space" video. ♪ it's gonna be forever or it's
going down in flames ♪ >> reporter: peta chose two dresses for her special day. for the ceremony, an ivory off the shoulder ball gown with fitted bodice and multitiered full gathered skirt by karen sabag and a sheer confection covered in feather detailing for the reception. the bride was escorted down the aisle as "nutcrack suite" played softly in the background. [ cheers ] >> reporter: the duo was surrounded by their "dancing with the stars" family as they said i do. as well as their 6-month-old son shai who garnered a special prince of honor mention on the wedding program. maks' brother and fellow pro served as best man with tony dovolani as groomsmen. sharna burgess and rumer willis and robert herjavec and kym, and
candace cameron bure but maks serenading peta with a rendition of al wilson's "show and tell." ♪ tell me that you feel the same >> there were plenty of moves on display, but for their first dance as husband and wife they actually opted to for a simple slow dance which was especially sweet and maybe the most romantic part of all they wrote their own vows. >> ah. >> so sweet. >> that's an intimidating dance floor. let's go take this, george. >> i don't think so. >> everybody else just stayed -- >> looked like a great time. >> we're so happy for them. thank you, diane. you're not the only one that can move around. i'm going to get up. takes a little slower when i do it. thank you. we'll revamp your breakfast. it's our grab and go series. you know, some may call breakfast the most important meal of the day but, according to the usda, 20% of americans skip breakfast.
dietitian and nutritionist maya feller here with great recipes. you'll save us time and money. >> that's what i'm here to do. >> how dow you do that? >> you can spend $3 a day eating out $21 a week. completely adds up like a thousand dollars a year. that's a huge amount of money. however, if you make it yourself you'll see some significant savings. you want to know how much? >> how much. show me the money! >> drum roll, please. >> here we go. >> $1 a day. all right, i'm going to show you how you can do a dollar a day. >> all right, thank you very much. i need this. all right. now we also can be healthier when you make it yourself. >> absolutely. so you're going to save time, right. you're going to save money and it's going to be healthier so one of the things that research tells us is when people eat out they tend to take in more saturated fats, added sugars and salts. cooking ahead on your own is simply the healthier choice. >> all right, so, you'll give us examples here. this is all the rage. this overnight oats. >> yeah, it's fantastic.
what i've done here is i've used earl grey tea in place of water and it elevates the flavor. it gives you a little citrus lemony flavor. it's fantastic. >> i know. >> and then i've added in some chopped dates, a little bit of peaches and then nuts for flavor. >> okay, i like that earl grey. >> yeah. >> okay, all right. rice pudding? well, first of all, how long would this stay in the fridge? >> okay, so this is going to be good for about three days in your fridge. >> okay, good. all right, rice pudding. >> i know. rice pudding is called the forbidden rice. >> oh, you didn't. you just had to. >> traditional rice are full of sugar and you add a lot of salt but here there's no added sugar. what we've done is done the almond milk and pineapple for the extra sweetness. i know, fantastic, a little built of raisins and again the nuts for crunch. >> okay, all right. and now what these breakfast bars are all the rage too but
you can make it yourself. >> what i love about this breakfast bar, they're no added sugars. breakfast bars tend to be -- a nutritional disaster. this is great. so we're using quinoa, full of fiber, chia seeds for brain health, oats, high in fiber, wonderful for gut health, and then i did a little bit of applesauce. no added sugar and then you'll see the nut butter for extra creaminess. >> that's a beautiful idea. how long does it take? >> okay, this is going to take you about 30 minutes to prep ahead. however, it can last for seven days to ten days in your fridge and you're going to yield around ten bars which is absolutely fantastic. >> wow, wonderful. you saved us time and money and delicious. maya, thank you very much. all of these grab and go breakfast recipes are on our website so go check it out. you know, people are eating breakfast right now. we'll be right back.
good morning everyone. the end of a high speed chase in the east bay was caught on tape, a suspect taken into custody just after 11:00 last night, at 24th and add line streets in oakland. police say the chase started with a traffic stop. but the man drove off and the chase wound through several cities before coming to an end. let's take a look at the roads, we have a crash involving a motorcycle that's down right now. sounds like at least one lane blocked, so you're backed up into the burlingame area. you can tell no longer a holiday week. we have slight delays westbound 480. now in the red, southbound 101 san francisco to sfo.
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we'll have another abc 7 news update in 30 minutes. ♪ welcome back to "gma." you can hear our great audience here with us this morning and we have an amazing guest to bring out. an emmy winning actor. he is star of one of the summer's hottest blockbusters. "war for the planet of the apes." give it up for woody harrelson. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ welcome to my house ♪ baby take control now ♪ we can't even go out >> hello. how are you? >> how are you? >> hello.ow are you doing? >> good to see you. >> i love how you just came walking out here. you know. >> well, what was the
alternative? >> we're so happy you're here, man. >> thank you. >> and this movie is getting great reviews. i can't wait to see it. but how excited were you to be -- go into a world where the apes are running the world, taking over. >> yeah, i mine it was pretty cool. i saw -- when i saw the first one of this trilogy, i was freaking. i said this is amazing, you know. i can't wait to see the next one then i saw the second one and i was like, man, i can't wait to see the next one and then i got to be in it. [ laughter ] and it's really cool. i mean, the evolutionary state of apes, you should see they're acting now. >> they're taking jobs out there, man. >> yeah. >> they're doing so well at it we'll take a look at a clip. here we are with a clip of "war for the planet of the apes." >> my god. look at your eyes.
almost human. how did you know i was here? >> i was told you were coming. that more soldiers from the north would be joining you here. >> joining me? >> to finish us off. for good. [ cheers and applause ] >> like you say those apes have become excellent arcs. >> -- >> you're working against actors who are all wired up. how long does it take to get used to that? >> it takes a couple of days. you got -- you got all these dots on their faces and they're wearing these great suits and they got like -- yeah, there it is. you see the camera right in front of their face and it gets -- it's a little bit of getting used to and andy -- one
of the greatest actors i've ever worked with. incredible. [ applause ] >> last time we saw you, you were in london. you joined us from london. i like the hat. it was a live feature film that was shot in realtime and all these different locations. how did that all shake out for you. >> it shaked out very well. yeah, i did -- [ applause ] [ cheers and applause ] >> you guys been there the whole time? yeah, it was wild because i shot this movie -- i don't know how it all evolved but it was like it was something that actually happened to me in london. terrible experience. one of the worst nights of my life and i couldn't wait to
forget it then later i'm like, this could be funny. and then i wrote it down and then i decided to direct it and shot it in realtime. 99 minutes and simultaneously live streamed it into cinemas here in the states so it was 2:00 in the morning there and it was like the most challenging thing i ever did but it turned out great. owen wilson is phenomenal in it. just phenomenal and willie nelson is in it and a bunch of great english actors and, yeah. >> is that all improved in or do you memorize lines for that. >> no, we -- [ laughter ] we decided to memorize some lines. it's live streamed. so it's like the merging of theater and film but you wouldn't want to go out on stage with, you know, thousands of people watching and bomb. so -- >> so that would be a lot to
memorize. >> it was a lot to memorize. thank you. no one ever gave me props on the memorization. >> that was a big -- in addition to that one thing i didn't know about you, you're a man of many talents. i through that part but this talent i didn't know about. we have a throwback photo of you in your high school singing group. >> oh, my god. i don't even know about had. >> i think you're a bit of a triple threat. [ applause ] >> nice. >> you sang the kelly song on "cheers" which i didn't remember but you sing. >> oh, do i? >> you recommend mize and you sing. >> i sing, of course. >> do you want to hit it -- >> you want to hear a song? [ cheers and applause ] >> well, will you serenade robin. >> yes. [ laughter ] ♪ you never close your eyes ♪ are you lonesome tonight
♪ do you miss me tonight ♪ are you sorry we drifted apart ♪ >> that's hot. ♪ does your -- [ cheers and applause ] champion. >> that was beautiful. >> you had her at are you lonely tonight? she pushed me out of the way. i got -- >> beautiful. >> you have three daughter, man. you are part of three huge franchises "the hunger games." "star wars," now "planet of the apes." which one impresses your daughter the most. >> well, they're hard to impress these days. very, very hard to impress but they haven't seen the other two, so they've just seen "hunger games" so but we'll see how they -- >> i love it. [ cheers and applause ] >> they're great back there. >> just turn around. what.
yeah. >> i tell you what -- >> this is a fun morning already. >> just watching you with our audience i think you could do a 99-minute fee fuhr film without a script. i think you could just -- way to go. [ cheers and applause ] we want to thank you so much for coming in. >> thank you. thank you, man. okay. >> "war for the planet of the apes" hits theaters this friday. make sure you go check it out. and coming back our full body workout to help your back side.
welcome back to "gma." i was meeting these nice people from tull that, oklahoma. your name. >> sharon have our name? >> amber. >> it's a grandmother/granddaughter trip to new york city and walked 15 miles yesterday and not tired at all. great to have you with us. heat and humidity building across parts of the plains and storms will roll into ft. wayne, detroit, cleveland. strong winds and large hail. maybe a thunderstorm but this should weaken tomorrow and press off to the east, boston, new york, philly and d.c., maybe some strong winds mixed in there but it is summertime stuff in the city, just deal wit.
>> all right. this weathercast was brought to you by ford. you guys ready to work out? >> yes. >> or at least watch people work out. over to you. >> time to kick off our full body fit series. >> focusing on a part of the body inspired dozens of songs in workouts. booty. here's a quick look at the science behind toning it. megahit music videos venerate them. ♪ work >> reporter: jennifer lopez and iggy azalea rocking the best of the bottoms. and fergie doing the same with her derriere. ♪ my body >> reporter: but what's the science behind the better backside? >> everybody wants a high round butt and that really means all three of the butt muscles, the gluteus maximus, men news and to create all three will make it
work bet ever. >> reporter: in fact a scientific review of studies on the matter found this exercise, the forward step up to be the most effective way to maximize your gluteus maximus. >> when you do a forward step up you bring your foot up on a table or a block and you push up in the air. this activates all three of the butt muscles and over time you can train them to be bigger, stronger and work more effectively for you. >> and great to have celebrity trainer harley pasternak here with us this morning and show us moves we can do at home. >> you have taped some pretty high heaval level -- >> booties. >> superstars. jessica simpson, halle berry in my wife. >> your wife, exactly. okay, so what's your best advice for someone trying to transform their derriere? >> i mean number one is no matter what exercise we do today you got to still walk. you got to hit your step goal and eat properly and sleep, but on top of that these are some great butt sculptors. >> okay. you'll show us four simple moves. >> no dumbbells. very little -- no equipment needed. the first one over here is a step up.
now, you can use a picnic bench. you can use a flight of stairs. look how sim headline is. they're driving up through their heel. they have one foot up there. simple to watch and as you become stronger, use a higher step. >> how many of those do you do. >> about 20,000. no, i would start off at sets of 10, build up repwise and height and you can hold dumbbells eventually. simple movement. >> can you do like three sets of ten? >> start off one set of ten. if you have no injury, build it up to two set, tee sets. when you get to five sets it's time to up your reps. >> all right. >> then behind us. >> this is a hip thrust. this is -- here's a simple baseball one lying on the floor and notice she has fists on her hips with her thumbs up and when she looks up her thumb and her knee should be lined up that's how you know how high you're going and right over here we have a bridge or a hip thrust elevated hip thrust. >> is that harder? >> this one is a little more when your upper body is elevated doing a great job of driving up
through her heels. chin tucked in. looking forward. great, great butt mover. >> you can use the couch for that. >> i knew it would come in handy. >> couch, bed, dining room table, reverse lunges. knew we would do some whether it be a walk lunge down broadway, a reverse lunge, a skater lunge, curtsy lunge, all great simple movements stepping back and notice i'm having them actually grab the leg they're using, their hand is grabbing the butt underneath so they know which side to drive up from and they're putting all their weight on their front heel. >> great movement good job. >> what about the superman. >> looks like a superwoman hybrid. i call this the dolphin extension, lying on a bench, grab -- something solid underneath and she's just contracting her lower back and butt because they work together, great for posture and sculpts and tones the half of the butt. >> how many times a week should you be doing these exercises. >> two to three times a week in
combination with training the rest of your body, so making sure there's balance with your hamstring, quad, core, all the other muscles in your body but great movements to sprinkle it. i would pick two of them maybe each time you do it two to three times a week, two to three sets. >> you suggest cardio because that's a big part. >> i don't even talk about cardio anymore. i think about step, right. i think you've got to be doing at least 150,000 steps a day. i get my clients at least 14,000 steps a day. you got to get enough sleep, eat well and you got to have a really great workout outfit. that's so important. >> oh, my gosh. >> i'm a shopper for that stuff so it's good. thank you very much. harley, for being here and coming up we've got ryan
not knowing that it has dark powers. take a look. >> i got you a little something, buddy. it's up on your bed. >> dad, we talked about this already. you have your space and then there's my space. >> i found it at this fancy place with chinese writing. i figure since you're taking chinese, just consider it an early birthday present. >> early birthday present, indeed. welcome, man. good to see you. good to to see you again. this is a fun horror movie like "healthers" meets "scream." >> shades of "mean girls" and "the craft." the cool thing about it it's not -- it's scary but it's not gory. it's not like, you know, "saw" or something. it's a little more fun than that. >> it'll get your blood pumping. in the movie you may a father to a 17-year-old daughter. you have a 17-year-old daughter. >> i do. >> which is hard to believe because you look 17 yourself. >> thanks. >> so did that help you relate to the character? >> it absolutely did. it was -- it made it so easy for
joey and i to connect and she's absolutely wonderful. this girl has got a massive career ahead of her and such a sweetheart and so grounded for having been a child actor. she's like cool people. >> and for your kids, i'm curious, is it weird to see them -- for you -- to have them watch you may a father to someone else. >> i got to imagine it is to some degree. thankfully or most of what i've done has been r rated. they haven't seen yet but "wish upon" is one that they can see and i actually can't wait for them to see it. >> are you a scary movie fan? >> you know, it's not my favorite genre. growing up i loved like "poltergeist." i remember that scared the heck out of me and "exorcist" but i don't go in for "human centipede" or anything like that. i'm good on that. >> you know, you're not a stranger to a scary movie because i know what you did last summer, you were in that. >> uh-huh. >> 20 years ago. >> oh, god. >> 20 years ago.
[ applause ] so what do you remember about shooting that movie? >> i remember it was a really exciting time because sarah michelle gellar and fred si prinz and jennifer love hewitt and i were starting our careers out and felt like our first big studio movie. one anecdotal thing i remember from the shooting of it i took my rental car on the beach in north carolina with sarah michelle and got it tuck in a sand dune and had to get it towed out before production realized. but you do a lot of dumb tough when you're young. >> that's what you remember from the movie, getting tuck in a sand dune. >> that's how you do it. >> but that was 20 years ago. >> yeah. >> now you're on the cover of "men's fitness." >> uh-huh. >> like i said you look like you don't age, man. so what is the secret. 90 minute workouts five days a week or -- >> yeah, listen, you know as well as i do a lot goes into it but like instead of boring you with the details i have an app released today called the become app that will i have give you the road map of taking care of
yourself stays healthy. what supplements you should take and what you should be eating and download that and find out everything. >> we're looking at the pictures. i got to be honest with you, even the guys are like, whoo. becoming -- become, so if i did the app and i do everything on it i become like that? >> absolutely. yeah, that's what -- yeah, that's it. >> deal. >> like you need the help. like you need the help. >> i want to become ryan. that's what's going to happen. tell you what, man, always great to see you and you've been a good guy and good friend for a long time and the movie "wish upon" opens nationwide on friday. make sure you check it owl and we'll be right back. [ applause ]
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good morning, everyone. i'm skarl carolyn tyler. let's check weather. >> thank you very much, it looks pretty inviting from our exploratorium cam. we'll have sunny spots at the beaches. extreme sunshine, lie burn factor today, if yew going to be out playing on the water, know through 10:00 this evening, small craft advisory. look how warm it gets friday and saturday. we have a new sig alert in south san jose, taking you down there on our traffic maps. multicar crash. three lanes are blocked right now. a 10 minute bart delay in all directions, that's due to a medical emergency. >> thank you, time now for "live with kelly & ryan." we'll be back for the midday
news. our reporting continues now on ou >> announcer: it's a "live with kelly and ryan"! today from thriller "wish upon," ryan phillippe. and jill kargman. your comments and questions when the hosts open up the inbox. all next on "live"! [cheers and applause] ♪ [cheers and applause] >> announcer: and now, here are kelly revell and ryan seacrest! [cheers and applause] ♪ [cheers and appus