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oh. >> so here's what that was. a keg of beer. oh. >> so here's what that was. a keg of beer. down under in australia. now australians like beer, and they love free beer, but not like this. >> no, i imagine not. >> it smashed through a car's windshield on a sydney highway there. >> the driver's daughter posted it with the comment that her father is fine. you know what the worst part was? the keg was empty.
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if you're going to smash their windshield, make sure the keg is full so they can enjoy some good beer. >> absolutely. if it was good beer, i would lick it off the highway, if it was socially acceptable. they laughed about it later over a beer. and they still don't know where the keg came from. >> but when they find out, they are coming back for that beer. across the pond, speculation is mounting this morning over who will walk meghan markle down the aisle. >> that's the great cliff-hanger. it comes as we find out more about the heart procedure her father reportedly underwent. here's james longman. >> reporter: meghan markle's mother arriving in london, getting ready for the big day, just as news breaks of her ex-husband's health. she tells tmz he's now had three stints in his blood vessels following a heart attack last week.
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he's alert and coherent, but it's unclear if he'll make it to the wedding. >> everything about him being under an incredible amount of stress is true. >> reporter: she believes his heart attack was brought on by an open letter meghan's half brother penned to prince harry, urging him to call off the wedding, calling meghan shallow and conceited. just one of the attacks launched by her half siblings. all painful for meghan and harry, but the queen is likely taking it in stride. >> the queen has more experience than anyone in the world of negative media. >> reporter: the palace revealing new details about the wedding. prince george and princess charlotte who stole the show the day they visited their baby brother will serve as pageboy and bridesmaid, reprising their roles from their aunt pippa's wedding.
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it's still not clear why meghan's father is not talking through official channels. just days to go and a lot of uncertainty. jims long man, abc news. >> james got a fresh cut. >> yeah, he's all ready for the wedding just like we are. but it really is a cliff-hanger. i can't believe we're this close to the day and we don't know who's walking meghan down the aisle. >> these are things that are planned out months and months in advance, and they don't leave anything to chance. so to have this -- >> we hope her father is feeling better from whatever is going on, and we hope she resolves this in some way she's comfortable with. >> the last time they'll marry an american. >> i don't think this reflects poorly on us, does it? when we come back, the legendary performer who's set to perform at the royal wedding. and pink's epic comeback to a twitter troll who threw a little shade her way. >> oh, no, he didn't? >> "the skinny" is next. ttle shade her way. >> oh, no he didn't? >> "the skinny" is next.
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♪ and can you feel the love tonight ♪
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♪ tonight >> all right, it is time now for "the skinny," and we are starting with big news on who's performing at the royal wedding. >> yes, so tmz is reporting that the legendary artiste is none other than the rocketman. sir elton john is set to perform during saturday's big event. >> all right, we're excited, but it's kind of an obvious choice, right? he was an extremely close friend of princess diana. >> a good source of support for harry and his brother wills after diana's death and performed that version of "candle in the wind" at her funeral. >> he originally booked shows in vegas, but they were rescheduled months ago due to a scheduling conflict. so we're figuring that was aka, i'm going to the wedding. next to an epic smackdown by pink. >> a tweeter said she looks so old, she should be named purple. >> drop the mic. to which pink responded, there are few people left in the world that choose to age naturally,
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and i've earned every blankin' minute of my 38 years. how you lookin', though? >> she went on to say, i'm of the mindset that it's a blessing to grow old. if you have lines around your mouth and eyes it means you've laughed a lot. i pray i look older in ten years because that will mean i'm alive. >> she says if she tours when she's 80 years old, she'll call it the wrinkles and rolls tour. >> i got it on my calendar, who's with me for 2060! next, the real story between the snoop dogg and mar that that stewart friendship% they opened up about how their friendship took off when he accidently got martha high as a hizzle.
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>> i'm just smokin' dope, secondhand smoke, secondhand smoke. by the time she gets up there to tell her joke. >> she's whacked out of her head. >> she's whacked out of her head, but she's still [ bleep ]. she came back and said you see what i did for you? we need to do more things together. >> he wasn't kidding. she really did steal the show last night. take a look. >> find yourself the right gal, but she'll have to be someone on your level, someone powerful and famous and rich, someone you can smoke a joint with or indulge in the occasional three-way. i'm talking about a playa in the boardroom and a freak in the bedroom. so, justin, my final piece of advice is, call me, or -- >> wow, martha stewart, i'm blushing. >> oh, man, martha! i don't think these edibles are working.
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so it was also martha to the rescue last week, and while snoop was visiting her home north of new york city as he was enjoying the property he took to instagram to show his followers something he found. >> i'm a naturistic [ bleep ]. someone tell me what this is. that's a pine cone? strictly, sticky green. >> what? is he wakin' bake too? snoop may be interested to know that there is an entire annual pine cone festival not two hours away from his home in l.a. by the way. >> has he never seen a pine cone? >> i guess he never has. >> right, he can't smoke those. >> i think he has tried. coming up, yanny or laurel. >> the official answer is in. yep, we got it. you're watching "world news now." >> stick around. now." >> stick around.
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because better coverage means better protection always ♪ ♪ that's feelin' it. >> there he is, it's yanni for an encore. and round two of yanny versus laurel. >> what kind of shampoo do you think he uses? many say the acropolis has never been the same since this performance there with yanni. this is called a nonsequiter. now the debate about yanny and laurel is being silenced by the guy who started it all. >> the "new york times" tracked down roland saba. he recorded the pronunciation for the word laurel from
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vocabulary.com. so there it is, it's settled. the answer is laurel and the rest of you people are crazy. >> now i hear yanny. i swear. but he recorded it off of his speakers, which accounts for the iffy quality and ambiguity. the confusion among all of us has to do with differences in how our brains process sound. >> but this controversy reached far and wide from media to sports athletes. check it out. >> i heard yanny before, now i'm hearing laurel. is there something wrong with me? >> i'd like to declare something so obvious. it is laurel and not yanny, all right? come on. how many laurel fans here, all right, okay. thank you. it's amazing. the craziest thing. all right. >> yanny, yanny.
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>> are you a yanny? >> i heard both. >> i heard both. >> she didn't. tell me what you heard. yanny or laurel. >> laurel. >> yanny. >> what do you mean? i hear laurel. >> yanny. >> exactly. >> people hear yanny? people crazy? >> what you hear? >> i hear laurel. >> laurel. laurel. >> laurel. laurel. >> yanny. >> what are you hearing? >> yanni. >> of course he hears yanny. my favorite response was on twitter. people who think laurel are correct. people who think it's yanny eat pizza with a fork and knife. and they didn't understand infinity war's ending. >> you just described bill de blasio here in new york. >> you thought it was yanny.
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good morning, i'm diane macedo. >> i'm kendis gibson. north korea threatening to cancel next month's summit with president trump. it says it won't attend if ending its nuclear program is a precondition. the white house says it is going ahead with plans for that meeting. president trump is confirming he reimbursed his attorney michael cohen as part of his financial disclosure report. but the ethics department says he should have disclosed it last year. a manhattan lawyer in an angry rant over the wait staff speaking spanish to each other. his law firm has received hundreds of one-star reviews on yelp. and melania trump tweets
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she's feeling great after undergoing surgery. she's still recovering from a kidney procedure at walter reed in maryland but is looking forward to going home. those are some of our top stories on this thursday, may 17th. from abc news, this is "world news now." and we begin this morning with north korea's threat to cancel next month's summit with president trump. >> the north says it will not accept the precondition that it gives up the nuclear program. south korea this morning is trying to calm things down. >> but the trump administration seems to be shrugging off the threat. jonathan karl has the story. >> reporter: if president trump is rattled by the latest threats from north korea, he's not showing it. >> we'll see what happens. we'll see. >> reporter: earlier, press secretary sarah sanders said the latest move by north korea came as no surprise. >> this is something that we fully expected. >> reporter: but the change in tone is traumatic, from the all
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smiles meetings between kim jong un and the secretary of state to an angry statement by north korea's chief negotiator, saying he is totally disappointed by the extremely unjust recent comments by u.s. officials. singled out the american demand that north korea give up all its nuclear weapons before getting anything in return. >> we want to see the denuclearization process so completely under way that it's irreversible. >> reporter: north korea now says such talk could scuttle the summit. if the u.s. is trying to drive us into a corner to force our unilateral nuclear abandonment, we will no longer be interested in such dialogue. the north koreans seem particularly upset by national security adviser john bolton, who called on them to do what libya did more than a decade ago. >> we had very much in mind the libya model from 2003-2004. >> reporter: the libya model?
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after libya gave up its nuclear program, the libyan dictator, muammar gaddafi, was overthrown and murdered on the streets. north korea once called bolton human scum, they add, quote, we do not hide our feelings of repugnance towards him. they may also be aware of the political stakes for president trump who is mused about winning a nobel prize. >> that's very nice. that's very nice. nobel. i just want to get the job done. >> reporter: despite all the back and forth, planning for the summit continues. officials are eager not to do anything that would throw it off. that's why you see this muted response to the latest from north korea. so, for now at least, it's all systems go. jonathan karl, abc news, the white house. president trump is heating up the debate while also taking some heat on immigration. taking special aim at california's sanctuary city laws. >> he's getting the most attention for this comment.
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>> we have people coming into the country, trying to come in. we're stopping a lot of them. but we're taking people out of the country. you wouldn't believe how bad these people are, these aren't people. these are animals. >> the president made those comment after a california sheriff complained about being unable to deport known gang members. california governor jerry brown fired back at the president tweeting that, quote, president trump is lying about immigration, lying about crime and lying about the laws of california. and the president's lead attorney, rudy giuliani tells cnn even if robert mueller finds evidence of wrongdoing he will not indict donald trump. he says they acknowledge they cannot indict a sitting president. but legal experts point out that's not a law, just a policy followed by the justice department. buildings and roads at hawaii's national park have been damaged.
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officials expect the quakes to be less frequent. lava is not coming out of the large cracks, but toxic gases are pouring out. in the meantime, winds are shifting and ash may drift toward the city of hilo. matt gutman with more. >> reporter: you can see that line of fissures, all of them appear to be active today, billowing that smoke, steam, ash and sulfur dioxide. you can smell it right now. the cloud that they're creating above is about 10,000, 12,000 feet high. this is very much an active scene. and the concern is that the sulfur dioxide blanket is heading toward the populated areas of hawaii right now. >> quite a scene there in hawaii. lava and rocks from kilauea have destroyed more than two dozen homes and forced 2,000 residents to evacuate.
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the tait is preparing for mass evacuations if new lava flows cut off more roads. we're learning odd new details about a massacre carried out by an american soldier in afghanistan. lawyers say medication is to blame. >> brad mielke looked into it. >> this was a tragic story. sergeant robert bales bursting into homes murdering 16 afghan civilians. he was sentenced to life without parole. but now they say he snapped because of the drug he was given for malaria. this is a drug that could be prescribed to you. i asked what happened here. they're saying this is because of a malaria drug? >> exactly. this is a drug prescribed to troops, peace corps volunteers, to tourists. and there are cases dating back over a decade about really scary side effects that have happened from this drug.
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it's been linked to neurological, psychiatric side effects. in 2013, the fda revised the warning label. >> the drug is called mefloquine. his legal team is appealing, saying he was ordered to take the drug. you can hear that conversation on "start here" later this morning. kendis, diane? >> our thanks to brad. investigators say the deadly southern california spa explosion appears to have been deliberate. the victim, a 40-year-old woman was the spa's owner. they believe she was the target but they're not sure why. the device was in a package delivered to the building. officials are trying to figure out exactly how it got into the spa itself. an illinois police officer is being called a hero after stopping a school shooting. dixon cop mark dallas shot and
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wounded the 19 year old suspect who allegedly fired shots at a graduation rehearsal. matthew milby is held on bond and currently in the hospital. no one else was injured. an attempt to avoid an accident outside dallas, texas led to a fiery scene. a dump truck burst into flames. it swerved to avoid a stopped car but slammed into the median and caught fire. amazingly, that truck driver was not hurt. >> incredible video there. the phrase goes no guts no glory for bartolo colon. it was a case of big gut, no injury. >> the texas ranger, known as "big sexy" is crediting his mid section for saving him from the disabled list. he took a 101-mile-per-hour line drive smack to the belly. >> wow! >> check it out. >> he calmly picks up the ball and gets the batter out. >> holy cow. so colon was laughing. he said i have a big belly, so i can handle it.
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>> it's kind of funny. he's frequently teased and made fun of for the belly, now it's an attribute for him. athletic physique. >> 100-mile-per-hour ball coming at your stomach, and you can stop that. >> i like the no guts no glory line. >> the defense department is looking at that. >> new armor, there you go. coming up, "this happened." a bear apparently just couldn't bear to be impolite. is he actually knocking on this door? we'll investigate coming up. but first, the half billion dollar settlement involving the former u.s. gymnastics doctor and the stunning words before his sentencing for sexually abusing young athletes. let's take a look, though, at today's temperatures.
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teacher protests has now hit north carolina. the national wave of teacher protests has now hit north carolina. thousands of demonstrators wore red and crashed into the state capital building in raleigh. they are demanding better pay and school funding. classes were canceled for nearly two-thirds of schools across the state. we now turn to the settlement involving larry nassar. >> michigan state university has agreed to a $500 million settlement with more than 300 of his victims, and now we're getting a first look at nassar's police interviews. here is behind zir davis. >> reporter: just as we learn about that $500,000 settlement, a first look at disturbing interviews. he calls himself a victim. >> why didn't she say something. if she was feeling violated in any shape or form, there was no communication. >> reporter: in the first interview in 2014, nassar showed officers videos of what he described as medical treatment.
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>> if you don't have patient trust, you could have [ bleep ]. especially when you're doing this on 10 year old, 12 year olds with their parents there. >> reporter: nassar repeatedly blocked the parents' view. two years later, another accuser. police questioned if he got aroused while conducting the so-called medical procedures. >> if there was arousal, it's, it's, i mean, like, it would be because of whatever. i don't know, but i'm not trying to -- >> reporter: that 2016 complaint from rachel denhollander led to more allegations and charges for nassar. >> this is what it looks like when the adults in authority do not respond properly to disclosures of sexual assauls. >> reporter: denhollander says she is deeply disappointed by the missed opportunity for meaningful reform at the
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university and disappointed that resolution was not reached with u.s. olympic committee as well as usa gymnastics. this settlement only applies to msu. lindsay davis, abc news, new york. >> so each victim right now that's out will get $1.25 million and they're setting aside $75 million in a trust for any future victims that may come forward. >> and at this point, the university is declining to say whether all of this will come from raising tuition or from a state bailout, but it's a lot of money they're paying out. coming up, the countdown to the royal wedding. >> and we're looking back at britain's most recent royal couple tying the knot. you're watching "world news now." n's most recent royal couple tying the knot. you're watching "world news now." gain botanicals laundry detergent. bring the smell of nature wherever you are.
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♪ will you marry me, bill ♪ i love you so >> i never referred to him as bill. ♪ i always will >> there you go. so we count down to prince harry's wedding to meghan markle, we also look back at the other royal wedding not too long ago. >> hard to believe it's been almost seven years since harry's brother bill tied the knot with kate middleton. >> reporter: the great bells of westminster abbey began to chime. they would do so for three hours. the new duchess of cambridge met her subjects. prince william faced his first challenge as husband helping his wife negotiate her formidable bridal train into the 100-year old carriage. >> they look good together. they fit well together. they're in each other's skin. >> reporter: this is what millions waited in the street
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for. >> they're such a natural couple and it feels very real. >> reporter: a full royal procession with five horse-drawn carriages, the newlyweds, prince harry and the wedding party, pippa middleton and the bridesmaids, the queen and prince phillip and the proud and happy middletons. according to one lip reader, william told his bride, you have to wave back, even if it's too much for you. and she did. with a gesture she will probably be making for the rest of her life. >> kate, she really did. it was so much more normal and natural. >> reporter: as the procession turned into the mall, they received a welcome wedding gift from mother nature. for a minute, they were bathed in sunlight. the coach has gone right by us. we're not just watching it on television. we're seeing it in person.
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then at last, shadows on the palace curtains and the iconic moment. as kathryn said oh, wow. the world saw the face of the now much-more modern monarchy. >> we saw prince charles. we saw him picking up camilla's grandchild. that was a really tender moment that he's there holding her so she can see out. >> reporter: one pageboy told another it's good fun being with the royal family, and then it happened. but the crowd wasn't in the mood for english restraint. the people wanted more. and, as william said, one more kiss. >> it's not in our dna as british to really show any kind of public affection. so this, again, is a real step towards being possibly more human in public. and i think what was exciting to
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see the two kisses, it's fantastic. >> with the ceremony long over, the couple reemerged after sundown, dressed to party. a tux for him, a new dress for her also by designer sarah burton. the crowd got smaller and younger for the buckingham palace party that pippa and harry organized. and then in the privacy of the palace, a new married life began as william and kathryn danced their wedding day into the night. >> so now harry and meghan have to give us three kisses. >> oh, they're going straight to third base in public. >> guys, not that modern. >> but seven years ago. isn't that crazy? check them out. there's the full royal family on display. here's a fun trivia for you. they're the first future monarchs in 200 years to not have conceived in their first year of marriage. who keeps track of that?
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>> harry might take care of that as well. >> getting a little ahead of ourselves. >> yes. >> yes. a little ahead of ourselves. >> yes. test test
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oh, "this happened." and the first "this happened" happened in -- >> a whole lot of happenings. >> it was happening in boston. on the train there. take a look. spiderman, spiderman does whatever a spider can. ashley armstrong filmed this video. >> this is on a moving train. >> yeah, hanging from the overhead handrail. >> that's what you call commitment. >> it might be a stunt for the upcoming playstation game. but we'll buy it. two guys in london decided they would put on a good stunt by pretending to go swimming in
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the river thames. one took it a bit further than he initially intended. ah, ah, oh, and he's in. so that was james moss. his friend was filming, because they were going to stage like they were about to jump in. the slip was not staged, not part of the plan. he ended up going for a swim for real. >> i love the reaction of his friends. you can hear them. >> there's no sympathy there whatsoever. >> no. >> kept the camera nice and focused. he doesn't even go to help him. walks away, uncontrollable laughter. >> want to know the pub they were in before that. >> that's what inspired that stunt, indeed. strange sighting in pennsylvania at a home. the security camera here rolling on this visitor. >> oh, hey, there. >> this is tom and michelle calvin who spotted a bear around
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11:00 p.m. trying to steal a bird feeder from their yard and then standing up and knocking on the door, it seems. hey, is anybody home? >> a very polite bear. hi, guys. no? okay, i'll just be over there. >> the bear hasn't been spotted in the area again. finally, beluga whales are very sociable creatures, and not just sociable. but also clearly affection nat. this is at shanghai ocean world. the mother and baby are hanging out. the beluga as instructed gives the baby a kiss. look at the baby's reaction. >> the baby was not having it at all. >> apparently, the whale caught her by surprise. >> ah. stealing kisses from babies. that's what you get. >> that's the news for this half hour. >> we're on facebook. >> we are?
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this morning on "world news now," the white house debate over sanctuary cities. >> the words used by the president coming under fire, this time during an immigration debate referring to some people as animals, but who was he referring to? also new information about deadly storms in the northeast. experts are calling it the worst tornado outbreak ever in this part of the country. plus the vatican has a warning to some of its own. the stern message to nuns who use social media. and we are covering our plans and finalizing our plans to sneak into the royal wedding with lessons on etiquette. our expert is here to put us to the test and get us ready for royalty. we've totally got this. it's thursday, may 17th. from abc news, this is "world news now."
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>> do we really need lessons on etiquette? >> nope. the pinky, make noise when you cheers. >> see that? we'll see how we do a little later, but we're going to begin with president trump taking aim at the immigration laws calling them the dumbest in the world. >> he touted his efforts to change sanctuary city laws. what's really getting attention is his harsh words for some undocumented immigrants saying these aren't people, these are animals in his words. >> we're also learning that the trump administration is considering separating children from parents after crossing into the u.s. illegally and housing them at military bases. natalie burnell has details. >> reporter: addressing a room of california leaders who oppose sanctuary laws, president trump not mincing words about illegal immigration.
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>> we're taking people out of the country. you wouldn't believe how bad these people are. these aren't people. they're animals. >> reporter: the president also suggesting the department of justice investigate oakland mayor libby schaaf for informing communities about i.c.e. raids. >> to me, that's obstruction of justice. >> reporter: at least 35 local california jurisdictions including san diego and orange counties have come out against the state's sanctuary law which limits cooperation with federal officials. the latest city joining the list with a unanimous city council vote tuesday night. >> we have criminal organizations around the world active here. >> reporter: in a tweet wednesday, governor jerry brown responding to the round table saying, quote, @realdonaldtrump is lying about immigration, lying about crime and lying about the laws of california, flying in a dozen republican
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politicians to flatter him and praise his reckless policies changes nothing. as the sanctuary debate continues to play out, abc news has learned the trump administration is now considering separating children caught crossing illegally and possibly housing them at military bases. natalie burnell, abc news, los angeles. president trump's financial papers shows that he paid michael cohen for, quote, expenses. it makes no specific mention about the $130,000 in hush money that cohen paid to the porn actress stormy daniels. just last month, trump publicly denied knowing anything about cohen's payment to daniels. the head of the government ethics office says trump should have disclosed information last year and is referring the matter to the justice department.
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turns out donald trump jr. admitted to the meeting in trump tower in order to get dirt on hillary clinton. trump jr. said he didn't think he did anything wrong by meeting with that lawyer, and he insisted that he never told his father the meeting was taking place. the white house is brushing off north korea's threats to cancel the summit between kim jong un and president trump. a senior north korean diplomat says his country has no interest in a one-sided meeting to pressure north korea to abandon its nuclear weapons, but the trump administration says it's not surprised by the threat. >> this is something that we fully expected. the president is very used and ready for tough negotiations, and if they want to meet, we'll be ready. and if they don't, that's okay too. >> the summit is scheduled for next month in singapore. sarah sanders says if it doesn't happen, the u.s. will continue, to, quote, put maximum pressure on north korea.
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president trump told reporters he hadn't heard anything about canceling the summit. overnight, israel says it hit new targets in northern gaza. it says it hit buildings in what it calls terror infrastructure. they say it was response to the machine gunfire in southern israel. hamas says most of the people killed in monday's demonstrations were hamas members. new earthquakes near the kilauea volcano. one caused damage to roads and buildings in the national park and they expect them to become more frequent. in the meantime, kilauea is spewing ash into the air. this time lapse shows it coming up near a golf course in the national park. officials warn the wind is changing direction and now pushing the ash toward hilo. the main city there.
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new details in the deadly southern california day spa explosion. investigators don't think it was an accident. we've also learned the person killed was the spa's owner, a 40-year-old hungarian immigrant. the explosive was in a package delivered to the spa and investigators believe she may have been the target. her family spoke to reporters through a friend. >> this is a complete shock to family and friends. we are in full support of our public authorities to do their jobs in hopes of finding answers to many of the unanswered questions. >> authorities have so far searched three other locations, including the victim's house and home of a business associate. debris from the blast will be tested at the fbi's crime lab in virginia. the senate has approved a last-ditch attempt to save net neutrality. three republicans joined democrats in repealing next month's scheduled rollback of the web traffic rolls. gop considered that symbolic. the house is not expected to take up the measure.
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and it is not veto-proof. supports say it keeps large service providers from slowing down certain websites. the white house says the rules hurt innovation. nuns, as you know, take a vow of poverty, chastity, obedience and now perhaps twitter? >> hmm. so the vatican has handed down guidance for cloistered nuns' usage of social media. they are urging sisters to practice sobriety and discretion. there's a concern too many tweets may distract them from their calling. >> oh, okay. so the vatican directive says nuns should pay close attention to online content and the type and quantity of information that's out there. >> sobriety and discretion. we would have a lot less stuff to talk about if everybody on the internet practiced sobriety and discretion. >> i think most people do their best tweeting drunk. all right, coming up, the new york lawyer turned overnight internet celebrity. what sparked his racist rant.
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and the dos and don'ts of how to conduct yourself in the presence of royalty. we're getting a crash course on the royal wedding etiquette just in time to check out the queen. what's up? and check out our behind the scenes pics on instagram. you're watching "world news now." now." pics on instagram. you're watching "world news now." if you have medicare parts a and b and want more coverage. guess what? you could apply for a medicare supplement insurance plan whenever you want. no enrollment window. no waiting to apply. that means now may be a great time to shop for an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. medicare doesn't cover everything. and like all standardized medicare supplement insurance plans, these help cover some of what medicare doesn't pay. so don't wait. call now to request your free
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[ bleep ]. >> wow. [ bleep ]. >> wow. you think bill paxton was behind the wheel here. this wild video of a tornado in western germany. the funnel cloud seems to appear out of nowhere. at least two people were injured. the firefighter was shocked by a downed wire. the storm lasted about 15 minutes. >> incredible video. by the way, i would definitely be putting in reverse, drive over the lawn, whatever you have to do. >> i would take a ticket for a u-turn. back here at home, new yorkers were nervous as well.
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the national weather service confirmed five tornados hit tuesday night north of new york city, the largest outbreak ever recorded in the area. at least five people were killed, mostly by falling trees. they also blocked roads and took out power lines. it may be another day before everyone has power back. roofs were torn off several buildings. next, a stunning and angry rant caught on camera. >> a customer at a restaurant here in new york was caught flipping out because the people and servers around him were speaking spanish. jim dolan has the story. >> reporter: he's a lawyer, but he may not be all together clear on the law. >> you're speaking spanish. >> reporter: first, nobody at this mid-town restaurant was speaking spanish to him. he went off the rails, apparently, because others were speaking spanish near him? >> he spoke it. she's speaking it. this is america. >> reporter: he's right, it is america where people are free to speak any language they choose, but that didn't stop him from ranting and threatening to have them deported from what he called his country.
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>> i pay for them to be here. >> reporter: after the video was posted online, the lawyer's facebook page lit up. i'm in tears reading his comments one person wrote. the internet is going to have a field day. your law career in new york city is officially over. another post read, way to ruin your business, bro. was it worth it? do you feel big now? the lawyer may not like spanish, but the website claims he speaks it fluently. it also claims he's a member of the new york state bar, and if he is, it's news to them. in a tweet, the bar said he is not a current member of our voluntary association. with that video going viral, it was a bad day for the lawyer. tomorrow might be better, he may be getting visitors. it seems some new yorkers have gotten together to hire a mariachi band to go to his office and play for him.
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jim dolan, channel 7. >> can we please get a camera there? da, da, da, da, da, da. >> i'm calling i.c.e. vanilla ice? no. if you live in new york, you're surrounded by minorities and people from different countries. >> it's called the melting pot for a reason. i love that his resume says he's fluent in spanish. coming up in the next half hour, who will walk meghan markle down the aisle? we're hearing about her dad after he reportedly had a heart procedure. but first, do you know how to act in the presence of the queen? we're getting a crash cour how not to embarrass ourselves when we crash the royal wedding from how to sit, to how to not hold our teacups, that's next right here on "world news now," stay with us. cups, that's next right here on "world news now," stay with us. stay with us.
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♪ all right, two days to go till the big wedding. our e-vite to the wedding clearly got stuck in our spam folder. >> but preparations are in full effect. >> yesterday we got our hats, now we have to make sure we don't stand out. >> joining us to share etiquette tips right now is micah myer. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> now micah, i tried to tell him, we don't need etiquette tips. we got this. but kendis is paranoid. so here we are. >> a few things. i know you'll be sneaking in. i want you to blend in perfectly. when you first greet, how do you do. >> what's up! >> if you go for the fist bump, harry likes those. the rest of the crowd might give you cheek kisses.
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you start on the right side. >> you don't want to be the awkward -- >> although that's my game. >> that's one thing. >> so mmwaa and mmwaa. >> always starting on the right. >> when you get in the chapel, you have to sit correctly. diane, how would you sit? in the uk you want to keep your knees and ankles together at all times. you do the duchess slant, which is a slant of the leg or if you cross, we call it the cambridge cross. heels touch the floor and posture and gentlemen can -- >> can he man spread like this? >> i have a wide stance. >> and if you cross, you cross at the knee so the bottom of your shoe faces downward.
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then you have two ceremonies after the wedding. one for dining, the informal breakfast. the other at frogmore house. i'm sure you're going to get your invites shortly. how do you eat correctly? i want to show you so you blend in how to hold your cutlery correctly. if you take the fork on the left and put it in your left hand. that's very close. almost there. almost there. index wrapped and -- >> wrapped. >> and twist. >> and twist. same for this one? >> exactly. and you cut away on the outside and tines they call them in the uk down and into the mouth. this is break and finish. in america it's this. meghan markle will have to adjust, because now it's 12:00 to 6:00. and finally, afternoon tea.
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>> oh, i got that one, like this. pinky up. >> pinky never up! you can spot an american from a mile away. pinkies in. >> that's only for tequila shots. >> exactly, exactly. go ahead and pour. >> thank you very much. >> thank you very much. >> yes, yes, yes. >> remember, it's afternoon tea, not high tea. when we're holding our teacups, it is, you pinch and then you support with your middle finger. pinch and support. pinch and support. elbow in, elbow in, diane. >> oh, elbow in. >> elbow in. >> pinkies in, elbows in and cups up? >> this isn't very comfortable. >> then you can use your two fingers. >> and down. >> and you only hold the saucer if you're standing. >> this is awesome. so we are set.
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>> so when you stir, how would you stir? what do you think, clockwise, counterclockwise? >> oh, i saw this movie. the mom was just there, and she goes -- >> we're trying to get in, not get out. >> six, 12, six. >> up and down. >> 12, 6, 12, 6. >> elbow in. >> we are all ready for the royal wedding. >> and the windsor wave. >> thank you all. >> bye, all. >> again, for more on these etiquette tips, you can find courses offered on your national tour, we at the meantime will be busy at the royal wedding. >> we will be at the motel 6. that's our tour. that's our tour. meantime will be
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♪ ♪ it is time now for the mix. and we're going to start things off with an interesting survey. it turns out long legs are more attractive to women. >> oh, okay. >> so we're going to test this theory out. this came from cambridge university. they tested the attractiveness of different limb proportions. >> okay. >> keep it clean. they asked 341 american women to give computer generated figures marks. and those who were most attractive were those with longer legs. >> interesting. why? >> because size does matter after all. >> you tell me. who is that? >> it suggests good health.
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so i guess the free the knee campaign might have been up to something. if you've got'em, flaunt them, gents. >> as you know, i have really, really long legs. >> yeah, everyone always -- >> that's what they say when they meet me in person. that's why i show them off so often. how many running pictures have i taken? >> apparently, if your legs are too short or too long for that matter -- you don't want them too long because that's associated with poorer health. >> i don't want long legs to overcompensate for anything. >> you don't want to talk about it. flavored ice cream. would you eat pickled ice cream? >> i'd probably try it at least. i really like pickles. >> yeah, and ice cream? so there was a company here that has -- it's a popup. >> oh, pickles on the ice cream, too. >> yeah, they do. soft serve pickle ice cream. most people who try it think it should exist.
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so they're doing that as a popup. but also in ireland there was a gelati, see if you can tell what flavor that is. that's a heinz catsup inspired gelati. it was created for ed sheeran. he is a big fan of heinz, has it tattooed on his biceps. >> i like catsup, but not that much. >> it was such a challenge because of the sugar and salt. usually we talk about hoarding cats being something difficult. that's not the problem for lorraine. she managed to get all her cats lined up for this photo. the cats are between six months and 10 years old. >> pretty impressive for anyone who owns a cat. that would be tough to do.
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isth> nior m newly-released documents reveal the president cutting a huge check to his lawyer after he denied knowing about hush money paid to stormy daniels. and former secretary of state rex tillerson is in one of his first public speeches since being fired appears to make a subtle rebuke of his former boss and warning of a crisis of e w th>>and >> especially in an emergency. what about on an airplane. what are the odds of running into this doctor on board. here's something you don't want to mess with, the shady
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comment about pink that earned a skinny-worthy clap back. it's thursday, may 17. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> i guess we hadn't seen that video. >> mtv doesn't show music videos anymore. >> and who knows where to find mtv on the dial these days. we're going to start this half hour with a new revelation from president trump for the first time confirming that he reimbursed his attorney michael cohen as much as $250,000. >> kyra phillips has details. >> reporter: just last month, president trump claimed he knew nothing about his lawyer michael cohen's hush payment to stormy daniels. but the president officially acknowledged paying back cohen himself, last year.
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it's buried in a footnote on page 45 of his mandatory personal financial disclosure report. in 2016, expenses were incurred by one of donald j. trump's attorneys, mr. cohen. mr. trump fully reimbursed mr. cohen in 2017, between $100,000 and $250,000. it was the president's new lawyer, rudy giuliani, who first broke the news trump repaid cohen for the money. >> the president repaid it. >> oh, i didn't know he did. >> reporter: the president says he formally disclosed the payment in the interest of transparency, insisting he is not required to do so. but the office of government ethics disagrees, writing in its own footnote, the information related to the payment made by mr. cohen is required to be reported.
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documents also reveal business is booming at the president's washington hotel. more than $40 million last year. also doing well? mar-a-lago. $25 million in 2017. >> many of the world's great leaders request to come to mar-a-lago. >> reporter: as for how it affects the president's bottom mrtrp umreon't know. extension. ethics officials want to make sure the department of justice has all these documents. it's unclear whether they're going to pursue an investigation, but there are questions to whether the president was required to disclose this payment last year. kyra phillips, abc news, the white house. the president's lead attorney rudy giuliani claims that even if special counsel robert mueller finds evidence of wrongdoing he will not indict president trump. they cannot in
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president, however, legal experts point out that is not a law but a long-standing policy ironically enough, this is the anniversary of the naming of that special counsel robert mueller. >> i'm sure he has a registry for all the gifts he's expecting. and north korea's apparently angry over cs ntby john me he said the north should follow the exampl lofe aib nuclear weapons program without conditions. north korea is now threatening to cancel the summit next month saying it won't accept pre-conditions for the meeting. the trump administration had little comment beyond saying it still expects the summit to be held. and former secretary of state rex tillerson takes a not so subtle shot at his former boss warning that american democracy is threatened by a growing crisis of ethics.
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his comments came at a graduation address. he cautioned graduates that even small lies and exaggerions put the country's principles at >>sk. people, go wobbly on the truth, even what may be the most when we become accepting of alternative realities no longer grounded ifas,e arone adent tr twitter this past march. mike pompeo held his first staff meeting on wednesday promising to bring back the agency's swagger. and in illinois, a former high school student is being ld ohen $2 mliilon allegedly opened fire during a graduation rehearsal.
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he was shot and wounded by an officer at the school. alex perez has more. >> reporter: horrified students hugging in relief outside this illinois high school after a tragedy is averted by a quick-thinking school resource officer now being called a hero. >> shots fired at the high school. shots fired at dixon high school. >> reporter: police say it began just after 8:00 a.m. when a 19-year-old student showed up with a gun and opened fire, shooting near a gym packed with seniors rehearsing for graduation. >> all i heard was something that sounded like firecrackers, saw some smoke. scared everybody. >> reporter: school resource officer mark dallas immediately jumping into action chasing the gunman out of the school. >> he charged toward the suspect and confronted him head on. >> reporter: the suspect met him and dallas returned fire shooting him. the alleged shooter's mother says she's grateful the officer did not take her son's life as authorities begin their investigation.
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>> there's no justification for what he's done. >> reporter: the sheriff tells me the officer involved has been in law enforcement for about two decades. he made a split decio ton it absolutely saved lives. alex perez, abc news, dixon, illinois. michigan state university has announced a settlement connected to the larry nassar sex abuse case.scol has agreed half a billion dollars to settle claims involving more than 300 women and girls. he claimed he was the victim and abuse was not his fault. >> if it was arousal, it's, i wankeguli, so bmeoutimes t geu re ean >> michigan state released a statement apologizing to the
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victims and their families. three lawsuits are still pending, including one against the olympic committee. we're going to move on to this strange sighting on a flight. you never know who you might run into when you're looking for a doctor. >> the crew of a delta flight from ft. lauderdale to jackson, mississippi needed help for an unconscious passenger. so you know, the usual, is tre a doctor on board call goes out. guess who was on board, the nation's top public health official. >> there he is. the surgeon general. he determined the plane should head back to the gate and the patient to the hospital. he sent out a smiling selfie with the message that the patient was doing okay. >> what are the odds of that? >> i always found that to be one of those humblebrags that i'm okay with. is there a doctor on board? yes, i'm a doctor. thank you. dr. adams by the way is an anesthesiologist. coming up, what snoop just
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revealed about how he and martha stewart forged their friendship. and the person who's to perform for prince harry? he was allegedly close to princess diana. weather is looking good for london on saturday. 69 and sunny. back here at home, here is how it is looking for today. "world news now" weather, sponsored by quell. sponsored by quell.
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oh. >> so here's what that was. a keg of beer. down under in australia. now australians like beer, and they love free beer, but not like this. >> no, i imagine not. >> it smashed through a car's windshield on a sydney highway there. >> the driver's daughter posted it with the comment that her father is fine. you know what the worst part was?
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the keg was empty. if you're going to smash their windshield, make sure the keg is full so they can enjoy some good beer. >> absolutely. if it was good beer, i would lick it off the highway, if it was socially acceptable. they laughed about it later over a beer. and they still don't know where the keg came from. >> but when they find out, they are coming back for that beer. across the pond, speculation is mounting this morning over who will walk meghan markle down the aisle. >> that's the great cliff-hanger. it comes as we find out more about the heart procedure her father reportedly underwent. here's james longman. >> reporter: meghan markle's mother arriving in london, getting ready for the big day, just as news breaks of her ex-husband's health. she tells tmz he's now had three stints in his blood vessels following a heart attack last
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week. he's alert and coherent, but it's unclear if he'll make it to the wedding. >> everything about him being under an incredible amount of stress is true. >> reporter: she believes his heart attack was brought on by an open letter meghan's half brother penned to prince harry, urging him to call off the wedding, calling meghan shallow and conceited. just one of the attacks launched by her half siblings. all painful for meghan and harry, but the queen is likely taking it in stride. >> the queen has more experience than anyone in the world of negative media. >> reporter: the palace revealing new details about the wedding. prince george and princess charlotte who stole the show the day they visited their baby brother will serve as pageboy and bridesmaid, reprising their roles from their aunt pippa's wedding. it's still not clear why
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meghan's father is not talking through official channels. just days to go and a lot of uncertainty. james longman, abc news. >> james got a fresh cut. >> yeah, he's all ready for the wedding just like we are. but it really is a cliff-hanger. i can't believe we're this close to the day and we don't know who's walking meghan down the aisle. >> these are things that are planned out months and months in advance, and they don't leave anything to chance. so to have this -- >> we hope her father is feeling better from whatever is going on, and we hope she resolves this in some way she's comfortable with. >> the last time they'll marry an american. >> i don't think this reflects poorly on us, does it? when we come back, the legendary performer who's set to perform at the royal wedding. and pink's epic comeback to a twitter troll who threw a little shade her way. >> "the skinny" is next. ttle shade her way. >> oh, no he didn't? >> "the skinny" is next.
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♪ and can you feel the love tonight ♪ ♪ and can you feel the love tonight ♪ ♪ tonight
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>> all right, it is time now for "the skinny," and we are starting with big news on who's performing at the royal wedding. >> yes, so tmz is reporting that the legendary artiste is none other than the rocketman. sir elton john is set to perform during saturday's big event. >> all right, we're excited, but it's kind of an obvious choice, right? he was an extremely close friend of princess diana. >> a good source of support for harry and his brother wills after diana's death and performed that version of "candle in the wind" at her funeral. >> he originally booked shows in vegas, but they were rescheduled months ago due to a scheduling conflict. so we're figuring that was aka, i'm going to the wedding. next to an epic smackdown by pink. >> a tweeter said she looks so old, she should be named purple. >> drop the mic. to which pink responded, there
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are few people left in the world that choose to age naturally, and i've earned every blankin' minute of my 38 years. how you lookin', though? >> she went on to say, i'm of the mindset that it's a blessing to grow old. if you have lines around your mouth and eyes it means you've laughed a lot. i pray i look older in ten years because that will mean i'm alive. >> she says if she tours when she's 80 years old, she'll call it the wrinkles and rolls tour. >> i got it on my calendar, who's with me for 2060! next, the real story between the snoop dogg and martha stewart friendship. they opened up about how their friendship took off when he accidently got martha high as a hizzle. >> i'm just smokin' dope, secondhand smoke, secondhand smoke.
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by the time she gets up there to tell her joke -- >> she's whacked out of her head. >> she's whacked out of her head, but she's still [ bleep ]. she came back and said you see what i did for you? we need to do more things together. >> he wasn't kidding. she really did steal the show last night. take a look. >> find yourself the right gal, but she'll have to be someone on your level, someone powerful and famous and rich, someone you can smoke a joint with or indulge in the occasional three-way. i'm talking about a playa in the boardroom and a freak in the bedroom. so, just in, my final piece of advice is, call me, or -- >> wow, martha stewart, i'm blushing. >> oh, man, martha! i don't think these edibles are
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working. so it was also martha to the rescue last week, and while snoop was visiting her home north of new york city as he was enjoying the property he took to instagram to show his followers something he found. >> i'm a naturistic [ bleep ]. someone tell me what this is. that's a pine cone? strictly, sticky green. >> what? is he wakin' bake too? snoop may be interested to know that there is an entire annual pine cone festival not two hour. >> has he never seen a pine cone? >> i guess he never has. >> right, he can't smoke those. >> i think he has tried. coming up, yanny or laurel. >> the official answer is in. yep, we got it. you're watching "world news now." >> stick around. around.
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because better coverage means better protection always ♪ ♪ that's feelin' it. >> there he is, it's yanni for an encore. and round two of yanny versus laurel. >> what kind of shampoo do you think he uses? many say the acropolis has never been the same since this performance there with yanni. this is called a nonsequiter. now the debate about yanny and laurel is being silenced by the guy who started it all. >> the "new york times" tracked down roland saba. he recorded the pronunciation for the word laurel from vocabulary.com. so there it is, it's settled. the answer is laurel and the rest of you people are crazy.
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>> now i hear yanny. i swear. but he recorded it off of his speakers, which accounts for the iffy quality and ambiguity. the confusion among all of us has to do with differences in how our brains process sound. >> but this controversy reached far and wide from media to far and wide from media to sports athletes. >>eck it out. teahe h ire somrdething wrong me? >> i'd like to declare something so obvious. it is laurel and not yanny, all right? come on. how many laurel fans here, all right, okay. thank you. it's amazing. the craziest thing. all right. >> yanny, yanny.
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>> are you a yanny? >> i heard both. >> i heard both. >> she didn't. tell me what you heard. yanny or laurel. >> laurel. >> yanny. >> what do you mean? i hear laurel. >> yanny. >> exactly. >> people hear yanny? people crazy? >> what you hear? >> i hear laurel. >> laurel. laurel. >> laurel. laurel. >> yanny. >> what are you hearing? >> yanni. >> of course he hears yanny. my favorite response was on twitter. people who think laurel are correct. people who think it's yanny eat pizza with a fork and knife. and they didn't understand infinity war's ending. >> you just described bill de blasio here in new york. >> you thought it was yanny. >> yanni flies in a private jet?
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america this morning. this morning. morning, the president's lawyer speaks out overnight. rudy giuliani says president trump will not be indicted even if special counsel robert mueller finds wrongdoing. this after a new financial disclosure reveals the president reimbursed michael cohen after that stormy daniels payment raising new legal questions. >>a > poibssle massacre foiled as a police officer chases down the suspect during a wild shootout. overnight police identify the teenaged suspect as his mother reveals what may have sparked the violence. the racist rant caught on camera. a customer at a busy restaurant lashes out when he hears the employees speaking spanish. >> i pay for their well pair. i pay for their ability to be here.

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