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we're taking a look at what we're taking a look at what people are calling a miraculous escape from a fire, in new jersey. six young girls were stuck in a dance studio. people below were scrambling to find ladders. they weren't long enough. most of the students jumped to the ground below. amazingly, no serious injuries. louisville police are trying to figure out whether a deadly shooting involving two officers was a case of self-defense. >> the department released video showing tense moments before a homeless man armed with a screwdriver was killed. >> he's got a nice or screwdriver in his hand. >> reporter: louisville police are explaining why the man holding the screwdriver would end up dying. >> drop it! drop it! >> reporter: police were
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responding to a call about someone being drunk and out of control. and when they arrived, 45 year old russell bowman was talking back and telling them to shoot. >> upon approaching mr. bowman, he became confrontational. he told the officers to shoot him. >> drop it! >> reporter: you see three officers fire their stun guns and he's still standing. this is where he starts charging toward one of the officers, and they start shooting. it's clear in one of the police body cameras, that he's running with a tool towards an officer. police aren't saying if this was suicide by cop, but they say this illustrates what they're up against and the type of split-second decisions they have to make every single day. steve osunsami, abc news. fox news host sean hannity agreed to back off from his feud with jimmy kimmel. >> it started when the kimmel mocked melania trump's accent.
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and hannity took offense. he now says everyone should accept apologies, even invited kimmel to appear on the show. >> we all can get along. >> yes. >> there it is. >> that was great. kumbaya. when we come back, is katy perry hinting at a future project? >> see what she just said on "american idol." "the skinny's" coming up next. said on "american idol." "the skinny's" coming up next. i'm never gonna be able i'll take a sick day tomorrow. on our daughter's birthday? moms don't take sick days... moms take nyquil severe. the nighttime, sniffling, sneezing, coughing, aching, fever, best sleep with a cold, medicine.
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all right, not the usual skinny theme. >> no. >> or the "american idol" theme. >> a little "game of thrones" orchestra. all right, not the usual skinny theme. >> no. >> or the "american idol" theme. >> a little "game of thrones" orchestra. >> yeah, even though we're talking about that ratings powerhouse, "american idol." >> will, you want to explain what we're listening to? >> we're listening to though because last night's episode felt a little less like "american idol" and more like "game of thrones." >> was it a red wedding? >> it was red wedding part two. >> that's so sad. >> as soon as i say who my favorites are, they get killed off. >> you're the reason. >> it's me. >> now we know.
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>> the judges had to cut five from the amazing group of performers who sang pitch perfect. you called it, remember the red wedding. alongside jennifer nettles last night. she got the ax. >> oh, no. >> another big shocker. >> i'm not sad. >> i'm more than enough sad for the two of us. judges sent home dominique who nailed this duet. >> he sounds a little off. i'm not being a hater. >> okay. >> there's a reason they voted him off. >> you just have no heart. >> while my heart was breaking for slayla, kate phoner was finding love in a hopeless place.
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the performance caused katy to literally pass out. but check out the effect he had on bishop briggs when they first met to rehearse. >> i think i missed that. >> just a smidge. >> yeah. >> so it goes -- ♪ oh, ♪ i was >> it's like one more than what you're doing. >> she's supposed to be mentoring him. >> she had to admit she was a little distracted by his beautiful hair and face. but ended up being a great duet partner. he made it into the top 14 who will end up vying for america's vote. he's a star. >> he's got a good, like you say, star power. >> along with him, katy, your favorite, who -- >> she made it? >> she's going to be in the some 14.
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>> oh. >> michael j. woodard, who is the bowling attendant who sang with pat monahan. then we have gabi and dennis. >> is that on to the big stage? >> that's on to the big stage. >> that's when we start voting? >> that's when we start voting, two weeks. i love when celebrities talk about things that they want to have happen. take a look at what happened when ryan asked katy perry who her dream celeb partner was. >> i love a lot of different artists out there. of course i've been a long time fan of madonna. but i love gaga so much, and i think she's such a beautiful, mystical, magical woman, and i'd love to share the stage with her at some time. >> lady gaga. >> i could see that. >> wouldn't that be an epic like pop -- >> i would love that. >> we like that duet. shall we move on now? before we go, really quickly. another check on another diva.
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reigning queen of new year's eve do overs, mariah carey. >> her entourage didn't bother to tell her. >> i am so sorry. i thought i booked a hotel. >> you booked me in a hostel. >> if it's any consolation, you look great. >> i need a beautifully-appointed private room in a hotel. >> we have beautifully-appointed rooms. >> they dealt with it by showing her to the bar, apparently, but they managed to have her glam up fan. and that made everything better. >> it's not that much of a glam-a-fan. >> this is a glam-a-fan. ready?
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>> john krasinski and emily blunt at the kimmel school of perfect acting. the husband and wife team clearly learned from the thespian master, jimmy kimmel. >> their training was perfect. because they don't talk very much in "a quiet place" either. their thriller just snatched the top spot at the box office. place," silence was golden. with its $50 million opening weekend. the second biggest this year. emily blunt, john krasinski thriller, directed by krasinski, with a crystal clear, family in peril. it even got the og from stephen king. would you like us to stop now? king tweeted "a quiet place" is
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an extraordinary piece of work. terrific acting, but the main thing is the silence and how it makes the camera's eye open wide in a way few movies manage. 2017 saw horror films gross an estimated $1 billion, thanks in part to "get out." using horror elements to adrenalize. proving horror is the movie genre that always climbs out of the drain. chris conley, abc news, los angeles. >> some of the comments on rotten tomatoes say you can hear every popcorn kernel. >> run, run! this is abc's "world news now." informing insomniacs for two decades. informing insomniacs for two decades. s.
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good morning. i'm diane macedo. >> i'm kendis gibson with a look good morning. i'm diane macedo. >> i'm kendis gibson with a look at our top stories on "world news now." happening this morning, quick and forceful. that's how president trump is vowing to respond to the apparent chemical weapons attack in syria. he's describing the deadly assault as barbaric, as the syrian regime and russians deny the use of poisonous gas. the fbi has raided the office and home of michael cohen. agents seized documents about a payment to stormy daniels among other records. the president calls the move disgraceful and slammed the russia investigation. six young dance students had to jump from a second floor balcony to escape that raging fire in new jersey. officials credit a cop and businessman for helping catch the girls. there were no serious injuries.
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the crimson tide rolls into the white house. the football team celebrates its latest championship with a visit to meet the president. those are some of our top stories on this tuesday, april 10th. from abc news, this is "world news now." we do say good morning on this tuesday, and we're going to start this half hour with syria in the cross hairs. president trump is promising that this weekend's attack will be met forcefully. >> the president announced the suspected chemical attack that left at least 40 dead as barbaric. he met with senior military advisers saying a response is expected within the next day or two. and he warned nothing is off the table, saying those responsible will pay a price. >> it's horrible. we can't let that happen. in our world, we can't let that happen. especially when we're able to, because of the power of united states, because of the power of
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our country, we're able to stop it. >> the white house is rejecting the assertion by senator john mccain and others that he emboldened syrian president bashar al assad by saying he wanted to withdraw troops soon. >> and the president also complained that the area's closed off, making it difficult for people to get in to assess the situation. >> russian soldiers supporting the syrian regime have been on the ground right there, and they claim there is no evidence of a chemical attack. martha radatz has more on what a u.s. strike may look like a year after the president's first airstrike in that area. >> reporter: it was extraordinarily fast retaliation with the u.s. firing those 59 tomahawks at the syrian airfield where the chemical-laden plane had taken off. but the u.s. had strong evidence, radar showing the
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aircraft dropping that. if trump decides to launch missiles again, it could be a broader and larger strike. missiles launched from u.s. destroyers, submarines and possibly b-2 sub bombers in hopes that assad takes it seriously this time. it would be very tough to get access to this site and hard for anyone to get soil or tissue out, but they're looking for whatever they can find on satellites or signals intelligence, but the state department has already said those images clearly show the effects of a nerve agent. so that may be enough. and we heard that strong appeal from nikki haley, urging the international community to investigate. she vowed that either way, the u.s. will respond. president trump said that as well. and i don't think he will wait long. martha radatz, abc news, washington. >> yesterday we saw a reported missile attack in syria. there's a big debate over who may be responsible for that. abc's jim longman is in the area with that side of the story.
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>> reporter: a u.s. official confirmed israel was behind that airstrike. 24 hours after the suspected chemical attack. you can see flickers of light showing the overnight strike. russia says two israeli f-15s launched the rockets and that syria shot down several of them. some did hit the air base, killing 14 people. russia called it a dangerous development. israel has hit the base before, targeting iranian forces stationed there. it does not want iran, which is propping up syria's assad to continue building its own presence in syria. james longman, abc news, beirut. and the fbi took trump's long-time lawyer by surprise, raiding his home, office and a hotel room he's renting. they confiscated records related to his $130,000 payment to
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stormy daniels. they were obtained on a referral from robert mueller. the president blasted the raid and the russia investigation. >> it's a total witch-hunt. i've been saying it for a long time. i've wanted to keep it down. we've given, i believe, over a million pages worth of documents to the special counsel. they continue to just go forward and here we are talking about syria, we're talking about a lot of serious things and the greatest fighting force ever, and i have this witch-hunt constantly going on for over 12 months now. and actually, much more than that. you could say it was right after i won the nomination it started. and it's a disgrace. it's frankly a real disgrace. it's an attack on our country in a true sense. it's an attack on what we all stand for. so, when i saw this, and when i heard it, i heard it like you
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did. i said that is really, now, a whole new level of unfairness. >> cohen has worked for trump for more than a decade. some even call him the trump fixer. to obtain a warrant, prosecutors have to convince a job they have probable cause of criminal activity. mark zuckerberg is heading to capitol hill again today. for his first day, public grilling by lawmakers over the company's growing privacy scandal. here's abc's mary bruce. >> reporter: the tech giant arrived on capitol hill in full-on damage control mode, making his way through throngs of reporters, facebook ceo mark zuckerberg came armed with a suit and an apology. in prepared testimony, he admits facebook was used to spread fake news, hate speech and allow foreign interference in elections. it was my mistake, and i'm sorry, he says. i started facebook. i run it, and i'm responsible for what happens here. >> we didn't take a broad enough view of what our responsibility
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was. that was a huge mistake. >> reporter: facebook said it would inform 87 million user that is its data was harvested. and in all, 2.2 billion facebook users were supposed to receive this notice, with instructions on how to see what information they've shared with apps and how to limit access to their data. but so far, neither of those things have happened. mr. zuckerberg, are you doing enough to protect your users? >> reporter: the facebook founder claims he was misled by cambridge analytica. >> i believe that, but in today's world that's naïve. >> reporter: facebook is clearly trying to show that they are taking all of these concerns seriously and that they're open to making some changes. whether that will be enough to satisfy lawmakers here on the hill, we'll have to see what happens later at today's hearing. mary bruce, abc news, capitol hill.
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fox news host laura ingraham has returned to her show for the first time since a boycott. >> she accused him of whining. she has apologized to him. last night she accused liberals of bullying conservatives into silence. and some people spent the weekend in florida to see how they stack up in stacking. >> about 400 people from ages 3 to 67 took part in the world stacking championships in orlando. whoa. >> so they stack specially-designed cups in a predetermined sequence as fast as possible. no prize money. everyone pays their own way into the competitions. and their reward is a medal. >> no trophy? they're all stacked? stacked.
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>> i got them all stacked. does that count? does that not. okay, we got to get it in a pyramid, right? >> wait. >> you can't do it. >> special cups. >> oh, that's what it is? look, i kind of got it. >> there we go. >> there. ta-da! and i did it super fast. >> i did it too, really quick. >> you cheated. >> get it down fast. >> coming up, we have several of these stories that we're following in the next block. we're going to get serious and talk about the sexual assault retrial under way for bill cosby, complete with a topless protester. and a key member of fleetwood mac is going his own way, just as the band is climbing back up the charts and gearing up to hit the road. you're watching "world news now." atching "world news
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terrifying moment caught on surveillance video outside boston. a suv struck a man as it plowed through the front of that 7-eleven store.
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it just narrowly missed the woman and the cashier. the man who was hit suffered a broken leg. the driver has pleaded not guilty to dui and other charges. the retrial of bill cosby has dropped a bombshell. >> they revealed the comedian paid nearly $3.5 million in a settlement years ago. >> reporter: a spectacle outside the courthouse. a topless protester, jumping in front of bill cosby, as he arrives for the first day of his retrial. the woman, identified as nicole rochelle, appeared in multiple episodes of the cosby show. with the names of his accusers painted across her back, she was one of many protesters lining the steps to the courthouse.
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>> we are sending a message to every courtroom, to every prosecutor to every police officer. we demand to be treated with respect. we demand to be believed. >> reporter: the retrial comes as cosby's last trial ended with jurors unable to reach a unanimous verdict. but he's fighting back with a new high-profile lawyer and aggressive strategy, attacking the lead accuser, andrea constand, as a greedy liar. casting other women as bandwagon accusers looking for spotlight. >> i think it's going to be challenging for jurors to put aside what they've heard about the me too movement, what they've heard about the time's up movement and all of the pre-trial publicity that bill cosby has gotten. >> reporter: the new, carefully-selected jury is already being put to the test. they tried to have juror number 11 removed, alleging that he said i just think he's guilty.
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but the judge ruled he should remain on the case. ten are white, seven are men and the other five are women. both sides expect the trial to last for at least a month. maggie rulli, abc news, new york. >> that's maggie rulli for us, thanks, mags. coming up, deja vu with fleetwood mac. >> we're going to open the vault to see how rock history is repeating itself. you're watching "world news now."
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♪ you can go your own way ♪ go your own way ♪ you can go your own way ♪ go your own way okay, so we're back with the heartbreaking news for fans of the band, fleetwood mac, just before embarking on their world tour together, lindsey buckingham is going his own way. >> the long-time band member parted ways. so far, they haven't given a reason for that.
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the news came as a footnote to a press release announcing more shows for the tour. >> mike campbell of tom petty's heartbreaker band, you know those guys, of course. >> buckingham joined the group with stevie nicks. they had arguments over the decades. some members joined, some quit, then they joined. so this may not be that big of a shock. >> he might be back. buckingham of course wrote "go your own way." there were rumors the blockbuster 1977 album. we're opening up the vault. >> let's head to 1980, when 20/20 highlighted the band at the height of their success. >> reporter: mick fleetwood, looming over his drums like a captain, leading a charge. a founding father, the manager
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and in many ways the guardian of a band of musicians who are the most popular in the world who made the most successful album ever recorded by a group. the album was "rumours." sold more than 14 million copies worldwide. this song from it has become a signature number for fleetwood mac. ♪ >> reporter: the song is called "the chain", and it has a special meaning to the group, because it's the only number written by all five members, musicians better known for differences in individual style. >> there was always a comradery. it wasn't like oh, you're new, and oh, you have to audition, ever. ♪ you can go your own way
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♪ go your own way >> reporter: five individuals, one band with a magic that was real and commercial. their first album together, "fleetwood mac", sold 4 million copies, but as they began working on "rumours" they went through changes. lindsey buckingham and stevie nicks broke up. the song "dreams" described the end of their relationship. ♪ there you go again, you say you want your freedom ♪ >> reporter: the group held together, bolstered by commercial success. "rumours" not only reached 14 million but received widespread critical acclaim and won the grammy as 1977's album of the year. after the soap opera atmosphere that has surrounded fleetwood
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mac, the band is constantly asked how long it will stay together. >> no one will let this die a long, dying death. you know. nobody will let that happen to fleetwood mac ever. so we will just gracefully go away at some point, probably. only when the magic isn't there anymore. ♪ don't stop thinking about tomorrow ♪ ♪ don't stop >> for now, it will be lindsey buckingham going his own way, replaced by neil finn and mike campbell. >> you can really get down to any of fleetwood mac's songs. >> oh, yeah. >> this video, whoa, the golden girls of alcorn state university, showing you how to get down to "dream." >> a very well-known dance hit. gets all the parties ragin'. >> clearly these ladies are in synch.
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>> and yet this means the song's back up on the charts. >> yes, it's rising. coming up, expert advice for parents. coming up, expert advice for parents. anif you've got a lifee. you gotta swiffer
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♪ ♪ that is a brand-new -- >> i like it. >> i like it, too. it just hit the charts last week. calvin harris. "one kiss" is the name. and we have expert advice for new parents from nanny connie. >> a-listers have been singing her praises. and now she has a new book. a guide for the first four months of parenthood. michael strahan has more. >> reporter: new parents, ena and austin, trying to learn the ropes of taking care of their 2 month old son jordan. the couple realizing they may need some help. meet nanny connie.
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she's the highly-sought-after caretaker to some of the most famous babies in hollywood. her first tip, check in on how the baby's feeding. >> the problem i've been having is he's eating about two ounces and after two ounces he gets a little -- >> squirmy. >> he doesn't want to eat. he's not happy. >> right, so the position that you want to bring him in is give him that angle. so that his milk moves much easier. >> oh. yeah. >> that's better! >> reporter: and now it's on to the diapers. >> look at this. this is what you were using, and this is what you should be using. do you see the difference in that? >> yeah. >> keep them up one size larger, that will help you. >> reporter: and her tip for calming the baby. >> a little swallow here, like this. now, the next thing he wants, yes.
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let's do this, let's do this. >> reporter: her final tip, don't forget about yourselves. >> the first thing i always recommend is date night. >> yes. >> go on date night. and just for 30 minutes of that date night, don't talk about your children. you won't get past three, but try 30. >> no. >> love you. >> love you, too. >> take care. >> i would not be able to do this and be alive and somewhat normal without you and your guidance. >> anyone who is watching this right now, if you want to know what an angel looks like, like in human form. >> i tell you, the baby loved nanny connie, but the dog did not seem to be a fan. the whole interview, the dog was like this. she's got a bottle. >> she's got bottles coming out of everywhere. >> like a holster. >> boom, i got this. it's been handled.
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this morning on "world news now," preside this morning on "world news now," president trump goes after the special counsel probe. >> he calls it an attack on our country, after the fbi raided the offices and homes of his personal attorney. what were they looking for? our fbi expert joins us live. also the president threatens a strike on syria. he tied russia to that deadly attack as well. the lead crisis in flint, michigan over? at least according to the state. it's about to stop giving out free water. but does everyone agree with this? and -- ♪ take me out to the tundra that's how it goes, right? wrigley field looked like a winter wonderland. boys of summer left out in the cold. it's tuesday, believe it or not, april 10th.
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from abc news, this is "world news now." >> you don't often see snow interrupting a baseball game. >> not at all. did they finish a game? what wimps. >> they're playing today. they're playing today. >> if it had happened in new york, we would have gotten our -- >> oh, yeah, absolutely. we'll get to that a little later, but we want to start with the stunning developments. the president's personal lawyer, a man called trump's fixer, under vision. -- investigation. >> fbi raiding his home and hotel room sizing documents, -- seizing documents, including some relating to his $130,000 payment to stormy daniels. they obtained the warrant after receiving the referral from robert mueller. president trump took aim at mueller and several others.
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>> i just heard that they broke into the office of one of my personal attorneys. good man. and it's a disgraceful situation. it's a total witch-hunt. i have this witch-hunt constantly going on for over 12 months now, and actually much more than that. you could say it was right after i won the nomination it started. and it's a disgrace. it's frankly a real disgrace. it's an attack on our country in a true sense. it's an attack on what we all stand for. so when i saw this, and when i heard it, i heard it like you did. i said that is really now in a whole new level of unfairness. so, this has been going on.
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i saw one of the reporters who is not necessarily a fan of mine, not necessarily very good to me. he said in effect that this is ridiculous. they found no collusion whatsoever with russia. i've been president now for what seems like a lengthy period of time. we've done a fantastic job. we've beaten isis. we have just about 100% of the caliphate or the land. our economy is incredible. the stock market dropped a lot today, as soon as they heard the noise of, you know, this nonsense that's going on. it dropped a lot. it was up, way up, and then it dropped quite a bit at the end. a lot. but that we have to go through that, the other side is where there are crimes. and those crimes are obvious. lies under oath all over the place. e-mails that are knocked out, that are acid washed and deleted. nobody's ever seen, 33,000 e-mails are deleted after getting a subpoena from
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congress. and nobody bothers looking at that. >> so the president's not happy that this raid happened. cohen's attorney also said it was inappropriate, and he expressed concerns that it could result in the seizure of documents that would include attorney-client privilege. >> yeah. >> so a lot of concerns obviously on their side. it's interesting that it comes just days after the president made those comments about not knowing about the payment to stormy daniels, and not clear whether the timing is related. >> i'll tell you who was happy. the editors of "the new york post." because they put out tomorrow's front page within just a few minutes. they had this on retainer here. strip search with stormy daniels next to a pole. not sure what that one had to do with the other. >> that person got to go home early. honey, i'm coming home for dinner.
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robert mueller did have to consult with senior justice department officials before passing the information along. >> let's get more insight. we turn to fbi former special agent steve gomez. long time agent, lead on many cases. you've executed some search warrants yourself. a lot goes into this, right? >> caller: absolutely. and this is a situation where they were going to access documents that were under attorney privilege. so they had to get special permission from doj. this wasn't just a normal search warrant that they were going to execute and then gather documents. they had to get special permission and have justification to tell why they needed to gather and seize documents that were attorney-client privilege. so there had to be something in the probable cause that was included in the affidavit that allowed them to seize those documents. >> knowing that, does that tell
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you anything about what the agents may have been looking for? >> caller: first of all, with regards to the scope of this search warrant, there was the discussion about the referral from the mueller team, and i view it as the scope of the mueller team is russian collusion and the election. and those issues. so the referral probably came from mueller through doj over to the southern district of new york because of the fact that it was not in the scope of the mueller team. so they had to send it over to where that could be adequately addressed, which is southern district of new york. so now they get the, this referral. they realize okay, there's been an admission by cohen about the $130,000 that was paid to stormy daniels, so they're probably looking for evidence of the money, where did the money come from? if he did pay the $130,000, what was the source of the funds? supposedly, there was talk about a loan, a refinancing and so on. they'll be looking at those documents to see that. >> steve, take us into the room, take us into the hotel room for example.
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you're an fbi agent. you guys go in there, what are you looking for? the fine linen? whether it's 1,000-count egyptian cotton? >> nailed it. >> what are you looking, what do you literally look for when you go into that room? >> caller: okay, you're looking for all paper documents. you're looking for all electronic devices that may have records of bank transactions, if there was some type of refinancing, you know, where are the documents, whether paper or electronic. you want to see any type of money transfers, not only between cohen-stormy daniels, but also that preceded that payment. where did the money come from? did it come from a bank? what was the documentation that led to that transfer. they also, apparently, they went back three years worth of bank statements. they're also going to look to see were there any payments from clients that why higher than normal.
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and was that money sent to cohen, presumably, he's a fixer, he needed cash to make the payment, maybe the $130,000. it's something they will look at to see if his services were adequately paid or were they padded much higher. >> they're looking for the paper trail there. >> show me the money. >> it's the loews hotel, they're looking for 1,000-count egyptian sheets. the military meeting was about discussing syria. the president is vowing to respond forcefully to the chemical weapons attack. >> he said he'll be making major decision over the next 24-48 hours. here's jennae norman. >> the monster who is responsible for these attacks has no conscience.
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not even to be shocked by pictures of dead children. >> reporter: the u.s. requesting an independent inquiry at an emergency u.n. security council meeting following these chilling images of young children, even infants after a suspected chemical weapons attack. at least 40 people killed near douma. near the syrian capital of damascus. less than a week before, president trump said he wanted to pull u.s. troops out of syria. bashar al assad denies using chemical weapons. claiming videos are fabricated. activists took video of russian specialists visiting the site of the attack. after a survey, russia's foreign minister says there were no traces of chlorine or other chemical substance used against civilians. >> russia could stop this senseless slaughter if it wanted. but it stands with the assad
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regime in support without hesitation. >> does putin bear responsibility for this? >> he may, he may. >> reporter: president trump warning anyone involved will pay a big price. >> we are making a decision with respect to what we do with the horrible attack that was made near damascus. and it will be met, and it will be met forcefully. >> reporter: and the military response isn't off the table. jennae norman, abc news, washington. closer to home, states are sending 1600 national guard troops to the mexican border to fight illegal immigration. they're coming from arizona, new mexico and texas. the only border state not responding so far is california. the democratic governor has clashed previously with the president on immigration. president trump has asked for up to 4,000 guard members at the border. facebook ceo mark zuckerberg faces an intense public grilling by lawmakers. he is in washington making visits to several lawmakers,
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motorcyclist who then pulls alongside. then that happens. he was trying to get the driver to pull over. the motorcyclist reportedly suffeedr an injured knee and ribs. police are now looking for the driver of that vehicle there. that's rage. the coroner's office in saskatchewan county are reviewing their procedures after telling the wrong family their son was killed in that hockey bus crash. >> all the players had dyed their hair blond for the playoffs. 15 members of the humboldt broncos died. the cause of the crash is under vision. -- investigation. police in long island are looking into whether a gps device mistakenly led the driver of a bus onto a parkway where he slammed into an overpass. dozens were injured when the roof was ripped off that bus. charges have not been filed against the driver who had no
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traces of alcohol in his blood and did not appear to be speeding. a woman in houston is sounding the alarm about an age-old scam. >> it's a letter that arrived in the mail that was addressed to her husband. it alleged it would cough up secrets if she didn't cough up bitcoin. >> i know about the secret you're keeping from your wife and everyone else. more importantly, i have evidence of what you've been hiding. i won't go into the specifics here in case your wife intercepts this. my husband called me in right away and said you have to raid -- read this letter. >> they could have had my entire bank account. police say it's not blackmail, it's just a scam. they're urging anyone getting a letter like this to alert the police and fbi. >> there are expensive skeletons in your closet.
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the forecast for the northeast and midwest, looking wintry yet again, but there is light at the end of the tunnel. >> first up, temperatures will start the day below normal with wind chill readings in the teens in some parts, sorry, green bay. >> and now i get to deliver the good news. the same region will have high temperatures in the 40s and 50s, and a surge of late spring warmth arrives for real on thursday. >> good deal there. >> got to stick with it a little longer, but that warmth's going to be welcome for chicago. the game between the cubs and pittsburgh was wiped out by the snow. they took selfies and had a snowball fight. the organist got into the mood serenading them with "jingle
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bells." the cubs and pirates will try again today, the temperature will be in the low 40s. >> the white sox were able to play just fine in the same city. >> ooh. coming up, marathon for two. >> a runner keeps a promise to her partner. that's coming up next on "world news now." coming up, marathon for two. >> a runner keeps a promise to her partner. that's coming up next on "world news now." you get ultimate protection on your heaviest days and smooth removal for your lightest. tampax pearl and pearl active. for up-to 100% leak-free work outs.
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the boston marathon is now less than a week away, but the first runner has already completed the course. >> it wasn't an official time but more of a loving promise she wanted to keep. here's david muir. >> reporter: caitlyn kylie and matt wetherbee. one night their lives changed forever. while playing basketball, he fell head first into a wall. he was paralyzed. they were determined to adapt to a new life together. a first floor apartment, physical therapy five days a week.
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caitlyn deciding to test both of them. she would run the length of the boston marathon while pushing him in a wheelchair. they made their way to the starting line. >> scary. i've never pushed him before this long. so i'm excited. >> we're showing everybody that nothing can stop us. >> reporter: friends and family cheering. crossing the finish line together. and afterward caitlyn and matt checking in with us. >> we just finished the marathon. >> just crossed the finish line, five hours and 28 minutes. >> reporter: how do they feel? >> i feel good. i was sitting the whole time. not too bad. >> reporter: the couple saying the race like life is a marathon, not a sprint. >> and their sponsors donated
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okay, time for "the mix." apparently, clothes really do make the man, or not just clothes. how you go about yourself. according to a study in the journal of experimental socialology. if you are dressed in a suit around the house it gives you a different cognitive sense of who you are. >> what kind of cognitive sense do you have right now? >> that's my steel blue look. that says authority. when you look at that suit,
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doesn't it? >> it says you know you're getting your picture taken and you're trying to look serious. >> so the mind creates powerful things. a doctor donning a white lab coat. look at that. that's authority in that suit. >> totally, yeah. >> doctor donning a white coat can raise esteem. now that suit. >> you look confident, you look very confident in that suit. >> that, i don't know what that suit invokes except wanting you to throw up. over to kansas now where a soccer player is getting a lot of attention for her skills, but they have nothing to do with how she kicks the ball, check it out. ashton laken is very good at throw-ins, this particular one? >> woo! >> would win a gold. she has this cool technique where she flips over the ball and tosses it. it went so far it went to a teammate who was able to score.
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they won that game 2-1. >> after the goal, they don't care who had the amazing in-bound pass. they're just going after the scorer. hey, the scorer. >> always, never the assist. >> cute, cute, cute kitten alert right now from michigan. the small town has found its new member of the police department. >> ah. >> yeah. so they did this rigorous search right now in the town of troy, for the police department, which is near detroit by the way, and auditioned some five kittens from the humane society to become part of their force, and voila, they found this little kitten that's going to be used for therapeutic purposes and make public appearances for the troy police department. >> let's put the animal theme to a border collie. the person he was trying to play with, did not throw the ball. probably not going to be a detective.
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it's a disgraceful situation. a total witch hunt. it's a disgraceful situation. a total witch hunt. >> president trump lashing out at the special counsel, robert mueller and his probe after fbi agents raided the offices of his attorney in new york. he said the raids marked a whole new level of unfairness, leaving open the possibility he may fire the special counsel. plus, the military options in syria. an attack may be imminent. the u.s. and its allies right now weighing options. plus the new video just in. children jumping from a balcony as fast-moving flames rip through a dance studio and adults below scramble to help. and an important milestone for illinois's senator. tammy duckworth. >> she's a new mom. this makes her the first u.s. senator to give birth while in office. and mariah, just roughing
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it, promoting the wonderful glamour of hostels. glamour weapon in "the skinny," on this tuesday, april 10th. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> good morning to you all. we begin this half hour with the president's personal attorney under investigation. >> so the fbi raided michael cohen's office, his home and hotel room that he was renting and carted away a slew of documents. following an apparent referral from robert mueller's team. you see the president there, he just unleashed a blistering attack. here's maggie rulli. >> reporter: fbi agents in new york city raided the offices and home of the president's personal attorney michael cohen. cohen's attorney steven ryan calls the raid, quite, complete ly inappropriate and unnecessary, adding it resulted in the unnecessary seizure of protected attorney/client communications between a lawyer
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and his client. he went on to say it was the result of a referral by the special counsel's office. sources familiar with the investigation tell abc news, the fbi raids were not about russia but they took a lot of documents, some related to the payment to stormy daniels. in the days leading up to the 2016 election. speaking moments after news of the raids broke -- >> i just heard that they broke into the office of one of my personal attorneys, good man. and it's a disgraceful situation. >> reporter: president trump again called the investigation a witch-hunt against him. >> it's a disgrace. it's frankly a real disgrace. it's an attack on our country in a true sense. an attack on what we all stand for. so when i saw this and when i
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did i said that is really, now, an all new level of unfairness. why don't i just fire mueller? well, i think it's a disgrace what's going on. we'll see what happens, but i think it's really a sad situation when you look at what happened. and many people have said, you should fire him. again, they found nothing. and in finding nothing, that's a big statement. >> reporter: just days ago, president trump spoke publicly about daniels for the first time. then cohen has said he entered into the agreement with stormy daniels out of loyalty to his friendship with trump. the white house denies allegations that she had an affair with trump in 2006. maggie rulli, abc news, new york. >> and that's not all. the special counsel's office is reportedly investigating a $150,000 payment from a ukrainian billionaire to the trump foundation.
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>> sources tell the "new york times" that payment was made in 2015 in exchange for a talk by then candidate trump. they said it was set up by trump's attorney cohen. and it came from a steel magnate. victor pincher. he's the son-in-law of the former president of ukraine and is known for giving millions to the clinton foundation. trump made the appearance by video link. >> i know many people who live in the ukraine. they're friends of mine, fantastic people. victor is an example. victor is a very, very special man, a special entrepreneur. and when he was up seeing me, i said i think i can learn more from you than you can learn from me. >> so once again, that was a videoconference phone call there that was 20 minutes long, and the foundation received $150,000 for it. now sources say the investigation into the payment is part of a larger inquiry of
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trump's business dealings with foreign nationals and may be viewed as an effort to buy influence. former attorney general influencing the investigation into hillary clinton's e-mails. she told nbc that she and bill clinton only discussed innocuous things when they ran into each other late in the presidential campaign in phoenix. hillary clinton was not mentioned, just grandchildren and brexit, she said. a few days later, then fbi that hillary clinton would not be charged. the president says nothing is off the table as he decides how to respond to the suspected chemical weapons attack in syria. he huddled with top military leaders and promised a quick, forceful response. to the attack he labeled as heinous. and he complained that the area is surrounded, making it hard to get people in to assess the situation. but officers on the ground said there is no evidence that poison gas has been used.
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abc's jonathan karl with more. >> reporter: president trump called the attack barbaric and says he has little doubt who's behind it. >> it was an atrocious attack. it was horrible. this is about humanity. we're talking about humanity. and it can't be allowed to happen. >> reporter: the horrific images of what looks like a chemical weapons attack came in over the weekend. at least 40 civilians killed. survivors sprayed with water to wash away the chemicals. a little boy wiping his burning eyes. another child given an inhaler to help breathe. all of it in an area just outside damascus that is controlled by rebels opposed to syrian dictator bashar al assad. just hours later, the president's first responses. for the first time, the president directly criticized russia's president putin. president putin, russia and iran are responsible for backing animal assad. big price to pay.
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we asked the president about that. does putin bear responsibility for this? >> he may, he may. and if he does, it's going to be very tough, very tough. >> reporter: he'll pay a price? >> everybody's going to pay a price. he will, everybody will. >> reporter: the president said he would be making a quote, major decision over the next 24-48 hours. >> we cannot allow atrocities like that. >> reporter: just last week, the president said he wanted to pull american troops out of syria soon. >> i want to get out, i want to bring our troops back home. >> reporter: senator john mccain said the president had signaled to the world that the united states would prematurely withdraw from syria, saying assad was emboldened by american inaction. didn't the president by saying that he wants to get out of syria essentially give a green light to assad to do this as john mccain suggested? >> look, we're still there. and i think it's outrageous to say that the president of the united states green lit something as atrocious as the
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actions that have taken place over the last several days. >> reporter: meeting with his national security team monday evening, the president said that the chemical attack will quote, be met forcefully. he did not say when. he said he didn't want to talk about timing, but there will be a response. jonathan karl, abc news, the white house. wells fargo is reportedly facing a record fine for abuses in auto insurance and mortgage lending. they are looking at a fine of up to $1 billion. the bank is accused of forcing customers into unnecessary insurance policies. cosby paid nearly $3.5 million to the woman he was accused of assaulting. the payment was part of a civil settlement in 2006. prosecutors say it shows what he was willing to pay for andrea constand's silence. his attorneys are expected to argue that constand is motivated by greed. cosby has pleaded not guilty, saying any sexual encounters were consensual.
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a new study suggests exercise could lower your rate of heart disease, even if it runs in your family. scientists found that high fitness levels were linked to a 49% lower risk for coronary heart disease and 60% lower risk for arrhythmia. however, the study's lead author says it's best to discuss any physical activity plans with a physician first. >> so you're saying i should go to the gym. >> basically. there's a new delivery on capitol hill. illinois senator tammy duckworth has given birth to her second daughter, miley pearl was born just after 7:00 a.m. on monday. >> she makes her the first senator to give birth while in office. not literally in office. >> she was in the hospital. but she was in office. >> she'll take most of the next 12 weeks off, but she'll be available for close votes if needed. >> so she won't be in the
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office, but she'll be available, because she's still in office. got it? >> got it. history. her story. sean hannity appears to bury the hatchet with jimmy kimmel. and later in the "skinny", "american idol" contestants start to get the ax. you're watching "world news now." and later in the "skinny", "american idol" contestants. idol" contest tantss. a shift without a disaster. to get through
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we're taking a look at what we're taking a look at what people are calling a miraculous escape from a fire, in new jersey. six young girls were stuck in a dance studio. people below were scrambling to find ladders. they weren't long enough. most of the students jumped to the ground louisville police are trying to figure out whether a deadly shooting involving two officers was a case of self-defense. >> department has released video showing the moments before a homeless man armed with a screwdriver was killed. >> he's got a knife or screwdriver in his hand. >> reporter: louisville police are explaining why the man holding the screwdriver would end up dying. >> drop it!
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drop it! >> reporter: police were responding to a call about someone being drunk and out of control. and when they arrived, 35 year old russell bowman was talking back and telling them to shoot. >> upon approaching mr. bowman, he became confrontational. he told the officers to shoot him. >> drop it! >> reporter: you see three officers fire their stun guns and he's still standing. >> just drop it, we're not trying to hurt you. >> reporter: this is where he starts charging toward one of the officers, and they start shooting. it's clear in one of the police body cameras, that he's running with a tool towards an officer. police aren't saying if this was suicide by cop, but they say this illustrates what they're up against and the type of split-second decisions they have to make every single day. steve osunsami, abc news. fox news host sean hannity agreed to back off from his feud with jimmy kimmel. >> kimmel offered to bury the hatchet in a statement over the weekend. it started when kimmel mocked melania trump's accent and hannity took offense.
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hannity said everyone should accept apologies and even invited kimmel to appear on his show. >> we all can get along. >> yes. >> there it is. >> that was great. kumbaya. when we come back, is katy perry hinting at a future project? >> see what she just said on "american idol." "the skinny's" coming up next. "the skinny's" coming up next. said on "american idol." "the skinny's" coming up next. i'm never gonna be able i'll take a sick day tomorrow. on our daughter's birthday? moms don't take sick days... moms take nyquil severe. the nighttime, sniffling, sneezing, coughing, aching, fever, best sleep with a cold, medicine.
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all right, not the usual skinny theme. >> no. >> or the "american idol" theme. >> a lit all right, not the usual skinny theme. >> no. >> or the "american idol" theme. >> a little "game of thrones" orchestra. >> yeah, even though we're talking about that ratings powerhouse, "american idol." >> will, you want to explain what we're listening to? >> we're listening to though because last night's episode felt a little less like "american idol" and more like "game of thrones." >> was it a red wedding? >> it was red wedding part two. >> that's so sad. >> as soon as i say who my favorites are, they get killed off. >> you're the reason. >> it's me.
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>> now we know. >> the judges had to cut five from the amazing group of performers who sang pitch perfect duets last night. you called it, remember the red wedding. remember my girl slayla. alongside jennifer nettles last night. she got the ax. >> oh, no. >> another big shocker. >> i'm not sad. >> i'm more than enough sad for the two of us. judges sent home dominique who nailed this duet. >> he sounds a little off. i'm not being a hater. >> okay. >> there's a reason they voted him off. >> you just have no heart. >> while my heart was breaking for slayla, kate phoner was finding love in a hopeless place. the performance caused katy to
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literally pass out. but check out the effect he had on bishop briggs when they first met to rehearse. >> i think i missed that. >> just a smidge. >> yeah. >> so it goes -- ♪ oh, ♪ i was >> it's like one more than what you're doing. >> she's supposed to be mentoring him. >> she had to admit she was a little distracted by his beautiful hair and face. but ended up being a great duet partner. he made it into the top 14 who will end up vying for america's vote. he's a star. >> he's got a good, like you say, star power. >> along with him, katy, your favorite, who -- >> she made it? >> she's going to be in the some 14. -- top 14. >> oh. >> michelle from venezuela. michael j. woodard, who is the
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bowling attendant who sang with pat monahan. then we have gabi and dennis. and johnny all making it to the top. >> is that on to the big stage? >> that's on to the big stage. >> that's when we start voting? >> that's when we start voting, two weeks. one interesting moment. i love when celebrities talk about things that they want to have happen. take a look at what happened when ryan asked katy perry who her dream celeb duet partner was. >> i love a lot of different artists out there. of course i've been a long time fan of madonna. but i love gaga so much, and i think she's such a beautiful, mystical, magical woman, and i'd love to share the stage with her at some time. >> lady gaga. >> i could see that. >> wouldn't that be an epic like pop -- >> i would love that. >> we like that duet. shall we move on now? before we go, really quickly. another check on another diva.
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reigning queen of new year's eve do overs, mariah carey. >> so she stars in a new ad for hostel world, but her entourage didn't bother to tell her that, apparently. >> i am so sorry. i thought i booked a hotel. >> you booked me in a hostel. >> if it's any consolation, you look great. >> i need a beautifully-appointed private room in a hotel. >> we have beautifully-appointed rooms. >> fine, you guys, deal with it. okay? >> they dealt with it by showing her to the bar, apparently, but they managed to have her glam up fan. and that made everything better. as it does, you know. >> it's not that much of a glam-a-fan. >> this is a glam-a-fan.
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>> john krasinski and emily blunt at the kimmel school of perfect acting. the husband and wife team clearly learned from the thespian master, jimmy kimmel. >> their training was perfect. because they don't talk very much in a quiet place either. their thriller just snatched the top spot at the box office. >> reporter: for a quiet place, silence was golden. with its $50 million opening weekend. the second biggest this year. emily blunt, john krasinski thriller, directed by krasinski, with a crystal clear family in peril concept. it even got big ups on twitter from horror og stephen king whose "it" used that balloon and that clown to uh, you like us to
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stop now? king tweeted "a quiet place" is an extraordinary piece of work. terrific acting, but the main thing is the silence and how it makes the camera's eye open wide in a way few movies manage. 2017 saw horror films gross an estimated $1 billion, thanks in part to "get out." using horror elements to adrenalize. proving horror is the movie genre that always climbs out of the drain. chris conley, abc news, los angeles. >> some of the comments on rotten tomatoes say you can hear every popcorn kernel. >> durk during that movie? not at the magic johnson one, get out of there girl, run, run! this is abc's "world news now." informing insomniacs for two decades. informing insomniacs for two decades. informing insomniacs for two decades. s.
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making news in america this morning, president trump erupts after the fbi raids his attorney's home and office. >> an attack on our country in a true sense. >> federal agents seized bank records and computers. the new report about what the president's attorney could be under investigation for and what the raids have to do with adult film star stormy daniels. showdown with syria. the white house laying the groundwork for a possible military strike in the war-torn country. why a retaliation from the u.s. military will likely be much bigger than last year's. a dramatic escape overnight. young dance students forced to jump for their lives as flames shoot from a building. how a man's quick thinking saved the day. plus, how to cut your risk

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