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the show of strength on his part to say i am the one canceling it. >> just tweeted out the actual letter he sent to kim jong-un if you want to look at it. have aen, thou good morning, america. breaking news, the president weighs in moments ago on the nfl's big decision to fine teams for kneeling during the national anthem. >> you have to stand proudly for the national anthem. or you shouldn't be playing. you shouldn't be there. maybe you shouldn't be in the country. >> the players and teams fighting back. also breaking overnight, north korea dismantles its nuclear site and makes a new threat now saying that high-stakes meeting with president trump is at risk over comments from vice president pence. new anger this morning over that taser takedown of milwaukee bucks player sterling brown caught on body cam. >> take your hands out of your pockets now! >> the newly released video
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showing police forcing him to the ground and then tazing him. >> taser, taser, taser. >> now the police officers have been disciplined. what brown is saying and the change being called for this morning. new holiday travel alert. nearly a foot of rain causing flash floods in georgia and that tropical system brewing in the gulf. now a high chance it could become a depression taking aim at the southeast this weekend. ♪ and the mystery over the duchess' dog. is meghan markle's beagle hanging out with the queen? even making an appearance at the royal wedding reception. and good morning, america. i hope you're well this thursday morning. this controversy over the national anthem and the nfl is heating up. >> it really is heating up, george. and it's breaking news, president trump weighing in just moments ago on that new nfl rule cracking down on national anthem
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protests. commissioner roger goodell announcing if a player is on the field he must stand or face fines. abc's ryan smith is here with the latest. good morning, ryan. >> good morning, michael. you know, the nfl addressing the controversy over the national anthem protest and some players are not happy about it. >> if anyone is on the field and is disrespectful to the anthem or the flag, there would be a fine from the league against a team. >> reporter: under the new rules players may stay in the locker room during the star-spangled banner but if on the field they must stand or the team can face fines. >> we want people to be respectful to the national anthem and we want people to stand. >> reporter: vice president mike pence hailing the new policy as a victory for president trump tweeting, today's decision by the nfl is a win for the fan, a win for potus and a win or america.s, a win for potus and a win or americ, a win for potus and a win or americs, a win for potus and a win or america. the president weighing in this morning. >> i don't think people should be staying in locker rooms but i think it's good. you have to stand proudly for
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the national anthem or you shouldn't be playing, you shouldn't be there, maybe you shouldn't be in the country. you have to stand proudly for the national anthem and the nfl owners did the right thing. >> reporter: but many prominent players begging to differ. eagles defensive end chris long tweeting a statement, this is not patriotism. don't get it confused, adding our league continues to fall short on this issue. at least one owner seemingly supporting players who want to knee jets co-owner christopher johnson saying he'll pay any fines his players get. the rule change coming nearly two years after former san francisco 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick first started kneeling to protest racial inequality and police brutality. colin kaepernick staying silent so far but retweeting his lawyer's comment saying essentially about the changes, #nflcollusion. >> do they really think that will end it. >> you're silencing us by making us go to the locker room and the issue of, well, what if people
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stand and do something else demonstrative? does that call for a penalty? what will teams do? what will the league do? a lot of gray in this. some owners are saying we'll know it when we see it but that's not the way to go for the rules. >> likely to be strong reaction today to the president's comments to anyone who protests should leave the country. >> a lot of players thinking this is how we got here in the first place and a lot will say this is why we need to continue to say something so we'll see what happens around the preseason game, maybe the regular season games. i don't think this controversy is over. >> instead of defusing it, it escalates it, the president's comments. how many times does it have to be said that they're not being disrespectful to the flag? how many times must it be said? >> what's lost here, it was initially done to protest racial inequality, police brutality, people picked that up message
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and i think that sometimes that's lost in the conversation about the flag. now that it's come up again you wonder if players will say and teams will say we have to continue to support our players if they want to take action during the an hem. >> it got lost because the message was hijacked from the beginning. looking at the reaction of the jets ownership to say we're not going to do that, we're going to support our guys, i can say as a former player, if you're on another team and you're watching this, you're thinking to yourself, that's the kind of place where i want to go. i want to support an organization like that. >> it's a key part of the rule. the league tried to say let's handle it. if there's a problem and we see a violation, we'll penalize a team so let's let teams do what they want. if some say i don't like that, i'll punish them and there are other teams that feel i'll let that happen and support it, then that's what's going to happen. they'll let teams figure it out and since they voted highly in favor of the measure you think the amprobably agree with that.
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>> it's almost like the ownership said we're push it to a different level. >> a lot more to come. >> oh, absolutely. >> thanks. the latest on north korea just announced it demolished a nuclear site amid new doubts about the june meeting as a top north korean threatens again to cancel and blasts vice president mike pence. our chief foreign correspondent terry moran is tracking the story. good morning, terry. >> reporter: good morning. the north koreans did take a group of reporters to that remote state where they had testing done and they did blow it up. this may have been a photo op for north korea to get good will in advance of that summit. but the bigger news, just a little while trump sending this letter, as you can see his signature there, directly to kim jong-un, cancelling that summit. i want to read you a little bit of this because it is so
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exceptionally written, almost emotional. you can hear president trump's sorrow at having to do this. he says, i was very much looking forward to being there with you, kim jong-un. sadly, based only the tremendous anger and open hostility displayed in your most recent statement, i feel it is inappropriate at this time to have this long planned meeting. he went on to say, because the north koreans in a statement yesterday had excoriated vice president pence, calling him a political dummy and saying he was ignorant and stupid and saying we can meet you in a meeting room or have a nuclear showdown, president trump answering in kind as usual saying, you talk about your nuclear capabilities but ours are so massive and powerful that i pray to god they will never have to be used. then he says this, i felt a wonderful dialogue was building up between you and me. he goes on, some day i look very much forward to meeting with you. so the news, president trump canceling the summit. the rhetoric from north korea just getting too hot. also, north korea had never
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gotten any clarity, delivered any clear message on what they were willing to do in a prospective nuclear deal, but president trump saying, at the end of the day he hopes for the sake of the world and for the same of the north korean people they can do this summit some day. amazing developments here. in north korea, the destruction of that site and then president trump taking decisive action to cancel the summit. george. >> lots of maneuvering. terry, thanks very much. to the white house where jared kushner now has his top security clearance restored after months in limbo and a second extensive interview with robert mueller's team. our senior white house correspondent cecilia vega has all the latest. this is significant good news for kushner. >> reporter: it really is because this delay in granting kushner the security clearance raised questions that perhaps special counsel robert mueller's team maybe found some kind of evidence that made kushner a security threat but now more than a year into this administration he's got that clearance. it comes after kushner sat down
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for a second very long seven-hour interview with the mueller team. there were questions focused on kushner's time in the campaign during his time in the transition, and of course, we're told extensive questions about his foreign contacts during all those moments. but you know, george, kushner's attorney says mueller's team and other prosecutors made it clear they do not believe kushner has done anything to merritt him being charged so good news for him today. >> the big meetings also today between the heads of the fbi, justice department and top congressional officials over unfounded allegations that president trump called spygate. no evidence that the fbi infiltrated the trump campaign but the members of congress will learn about this informant who met with trump officials. >> reporter: zero evidence about this one and the president seems to have clearly made up his mind. he is no longer implying spies have infiltrated his campaign, he is insisting it happened and republicans have been demanding to see these classified documents about surveillance. the justice department said they didn't want to turn them over. they were fearful that confidential sources could be
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exposed. democrats were outraged about being shut out. now both sides today are going to get to see those documents. >> right in the middle of the day. thanks very much. robin. now the fallout over the release of that disturbing body cam video showing the arrest of milwaukee bucks player sterling brown. alex perez in is milwaukee where residents are demanding answers and action. good morning, alex. >> reporter: hey, good morning, robin. that video is about 30 minutes long and shows sterling brown as he's walking out of a drugstore and is met by police. what was supposed to be a parking violation somehow ends with him being slammed to the ground and tased. >> how are you doing? you got a driver's license? >> reporter: the milwaukee police department facing scrutiny after the release of this body cam video. >> i just told you to back up. i just told you to back up. >> reporter: capturing a confrontation between officers and milwaukee bucks player sterling brown. >> 23-90.
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can i get another squad here? >> reporter: the 22-year-old being surrounded by officers after he illegally parked his car at this walgreens lot back in january blocking two handicapped spaces. brown appears to be talking calmly when suddenly -- >> take your hands out of your pockets now! >> hold on. i got stuff in my hands. >> reporter: officers force him to the ground. >> my head, my head. >> reporter: then tase him. >> taser, taser, taser. >> reporter: the police chief now condemning that use of force. >> our department conducted an investigation into the incident which revealed members acted inappropriately. >> tased and arrested. >> reporter: hours after the incident brown back on the court. >> great pass, finds sterling brown. >> reporter: the bucks rookie asked about the marks on his face. >> are you able to confirm if the bruise and scab on the side of your face is from that incident? >> like i said, you know, it's an issue i'm dealing with right now. i mean, that's all i really want to say right now. >> reporter: the officers who in the police report indicated
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brown became very aggressive and physically resisted have been disciplined. >> as a human being i am offended by what i saw on the video. >> reporter: community leaders here demanding change. >> we shouldn't have to live on pins and needles if we can get from one side of town to the next. >> reporter: on twitter brown saying situations like mine and worse happen every day in the black community. black men shouldn't have to have their guard up and instantly be on the defensive when seeing a police officer but it's our reality. brown did get a parking ticket but criminal charges against him were never filed. he says he does plan to take legal action against the police department. robin. >> thank you, alex. we will talk to him about that because i'm sitting down with sterling brown to get his reaction to the video, the response from the police and city and more of that interview tomorrow here on "gma." michael. now that holiday travel alert. more flash flooding across the south this morning and now a high chance that tropical system will grow into a depression taking aim at the southeast and
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ginger is tracking it all. good morning, ginger. >> good morning. now we've got that 70% chance. already images like this coming out of kataula, georgia, between columbus and atlanta. and really the area that saw four inches just yesterday almost a foot, a lot of places in the southeast in the last ten days have been so saturated. now we have to watch this thing that is trying to form over the yucatan peninsula and as we go through the holiday weekend, i time it out for you. south florida, saturday afternoon it's heavy. up to mobile, gulf shores by sunday afternoon and sits around on memorial day itself right there in mississippi and alabama so we're going to watch this one for a lot of rain, robin. >> thinking of everybody down there. thank you. now to that volcano emergency in hawaii. new images this morning showing that dangerous lava spewing as some residents return home to find, well, giant cracks on their land. clayton sandell is on the big island with the latest. good morning, clayton. >> reporter: good morning, robin.
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this is still a very active eru. lava is spewing in some cases hundreds of feet into the air here i want to show you new video from overnight. we're not only seeing these large orange lava fountains but blue flames in some cases coming out of the ground. very unusual site and that is happening because of methane gas that is trapped underneath the lava. you mentioned cracks. some residents are coming home to find cracks that are ten feet wide in some cases running hundreds of feet through their yards. there are two big concerns here. the first that lava is creeping toward a highway and if it crosses that highway, a thousand people could be cut off so the national guard is coming up with a plan to use helicopters to get those people out. the second worry, toxic gases. the trade winds right now are blowing them away from us but if that changes there could be more evacuations on the way, robin. >> clayton, thank you. george. we'll take a look at a candid new documentary on the life of senator john mccain. the 81-year-old is home battling
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terminal brain cancer. he helped make the film and paula faris is here with an early look. good morning. >> good morning. we do have an advance look at this new documentary which airs memorial day. in it john mccain gets extremely personal as he comes to terms with the end of his life revealing his many triumphs and many failures. >> i've had 60 years in service to this wondrous land and i am so grateful. >> reporter: it's an intimate new look at senator john mccain as he reflects on his political and personal life while battling terminal brain cancer. >> you know, these doctors keep talking to me about people who if you tell them the truth then they just give up and die. that you really want -- i keep saying to them, just tell me. just tell me. that's all i want to know. >> reporter: the candid new documentary "john mccain: for whom the bell tolls" airs this memorial day on hbo. >> he said there's two things i want to accomplish. the first is that i want the
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american people to know i'm a human being and i'm not a maverick and i have made mistakes. the second thing that he wants to get out of this film is to bring back bipartisanship in the senate. >> let's trust each other. let's return to regular order. >> reporter: mccain has been recovering in his arizona home since his treatment and surgery for an intestinal infection last month but through this film he shares both his disdain for the divisive political climate and his own regret, like not choosing then democrat joe lieberman as his running mate in 2000. >> i should have said, look, we've got a hell of a campaign anyway. joe lieberman is my best friend, we should take him but i was persuaded by my political advisers it would be harmful and that was another mistake that i made. >> reporter: now the maverick of capitol hill has made peace with the time he has left. >> i've been tested a number of occasions. i haven't always done the right thing. but you will never talk to anyone that is as fortunate as john mccain.
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>> he is filled with so much gratitude. they started filming this just three weeks after his brain cancer diagnosis last summer. you're going to hear from several former presidents, clinton, obama, george w. bush but mccain very candid as he talks about the failures, including the failure of his first marriage and he talks extensively about his time in captivity, but filled with so much gratitude for life. >> straight talk has been his hallmark. >> thank you, paula. now to the showdown on the court. the boston celtics coming up big beating the cavaliers, 96-85 up 3-2 in the series. king james scoring 26 points last night but some said he looked like his energy wasn't quite there. when he was asked about it he said everybody at this point is tired or worn down but he also said he's going to be fine. neither team has lost at home and the cavs will take on the celtics in cleveland tomorrow night. the warriors take on the rockets tonight. >> i'll be watching. >> i know you will be.
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ginger, there's a tornado and new mexico and more severe weather as well. >> you got to see this. you can see that cone tornado in picacho, new mexico. looks like nothing in its path. now more populated areas have the potential for severe weather from kansas through nebraska and right in the northern plains. good morning. i'm abc7 news meteorologist mike nicco. much drier this morning and a little bit brighter this afternoon but still going to be cooler than average. chance of rain rolls in tonight
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through tomorrow evening and then building more to even hot next week. today as warm as we get. 70 around san negotiation 73 in ukiah, the rest of us in the 60s to even 50s at the coast. low to mid-50s tonight, then look at rain that's coming for us through tomorrow morning's commute. then it turns over to at this point we've seen those awesome images of the lava on the floor in hawaii but that's kilauea from above in the observatory, a time lapse, and you can see the glow from kilauea through the clouds there. >> my goodness. >> it's gorgeous. >> we know what's below. >> yes, we do. >> all right, ginger, thank you. gwyneth paltrow now revealing how her then boyfriend brad pitt came to her defense when she said harvey weinstein tried to sexually harass her. and a revealing interview with michael jackson striving to be perfect and why he was never pleased with his performance. you can see that special right here on "gma." "gma."
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of four lanes on the main line open. however, we are still seeing those delays, especially really in the heart of the commute now. a quick check of the bay bridge toll plaza, clearing out on the left but typical delays into the maze. >>
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marshall tuck will change that. in california, 3 million kids can't read at grade level. tuck turned around struggling schools, raising graduation rates over 60%. marshall tuck for state superintendent. marshall tuck. , we are back and we are looking at temperatures and feeling temperatures at pretty steady all week in the 50s, low to mid-50s. los gatos a little bit cooler at about 47 degrees. here's a look at emeryville, and notice it's not nearly as wet. in fact, it's dry. and most of us will be dry for the entire commute today. cool this morning but mild this afternoon for mass transit stops. and on the ferry, north of the bay bridge, it's going to be a little choppy. we've get a one on the storm impact scale coming in tonight through tomorrow with steady rain tomorrow morning, turning over to spotty showers in the afternoon and evening hours. by friday, it's gone, and by monday, it's hot in some areas,
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jessica. >> okay. mike, thanks. coming up, never-before-seen clips of michael jackson, next on "gma." and we'll have another abc7 news update in about 30 minutes. see
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brews in the gulf. high chance that could grow into a depression and president trump weighing in on the national anthem new rule. the president said if you don't stand, quote, you shouldn't be playing, maybe you shouldn't be in the country. a lot of reaction to that this morning. in other sports news, stanley cup showdown set. the washington capitals won last night, heading to their first championship series in years. >> who are they going to play? >> the las vegas golden knights made it to the cup in their first year as a team. >> you have one team that spent 20 years, the other team, first year -- >> it's a win/win. golden knights. we'll continue with gwyneth paltrow now revealing how her then-boyfriend, brad pitt, reacted when she says disgraced movie producer harvey weinstein tried to sexually harass her. eva pilgrim is here with more on that. good morning, eva. >> reporter: good morning, robin. gwyneth paltrow says she was a young relatively unknown actress when harvey weinstein asked her to give him a massage in a hotel room. she told her then-boyfriend brad
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pitt who did something that seems straight out of a movie, trying to protect her. gwyneth paltrow opening up for the first time about how former boyfriend brad pitt defended her after harvey weinstein made an unwanted sexual advance towards her early in her career. >> it was like the equivalent of throwing him against the wall. >> reporter: she told howard stern on sirius radio pitt threatened weinstein after she told him about her ordeal. >> we had one instance in a hotel room where he tried -- where he made a pass at me and then i really kind of stood up to him. i told my boyfriend at the time -- >> brad pitt. >> brad pitt who -- >> by the way, i love him for this. >> i love him for this too. >> you told him, hey, harvey just did something really weird and harvey's moves are weird. >> it was weird. >> yeah. >> it was weird. and i -- >> you were alone in a room. >> i was alone in a room with him. >> did you have any vibe leading up to that that he might be dangerous?
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>> definitely not. >> when you tell brad, brad says [ bleep ] this guy. i'm going to go over and confront him. >> so what happened is i told him right away and i was very shaken by the whole thing and i had two movies i had signed up to do two movies with him. >> were you afraid that the movies would be canceled or -- >> i was afraid. >> yeah, sure because this was a good thing. >> and brad pitt -- we were at a -- the opening of "hamlet" on broadway that ray fiennes was in. harvey was there and brad pitt -- it was like the equivalent of throwing him against the wall. you know, energetically. >> reporter: at the time, paltrow was the queen of miramax starring in films like "sliding doors" and "the talented mr. ripley." eventually winning the best actress oscar for "shakespeare in love." >> how now. who calls? >> reporter: she and pitt broke up in 1997 but she remains grateful to him to this day. >> it was so fantastic because what he did was, he leveraged
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his fame and power to protect me at a time when i didn't have fame or power yet. >> right. wow. it moves you. >> yeah. it was fantastic. >> good for him. >> yeah, he's a good person. >> reporter: paltrow says harvey was never inappropriate with her again. she said she knew he hit on everyone but she had no idea the extent of his behavior. >> very open. >> thank you, eva. switching gears to a homeowner who got a big surprise, someone showed up at his front door saying he reserved the house on airbnb. the only problem it wasn't for rent. diane macedo is here to explain. >> just a tiny problem, right, george? the bigger surprise when the homeowner looked and saw the address actually was listed. now airbnb says this wasn't a scam, it was an auto correct error. >> reporter: this is georgia, the country. >> when you come to georgia, you take a fresh start. >> reporter: this is georgia
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avenue, 6,000 miles away in crystal, minnesota. so how did airbnb in georgia the country wind up steering a man to georgia the street? >> hello. >> hi. >> are you tom? >> no. you got the wrong address. >> reporter: the trouble started on wednesday when jim belmonte's doorbell rang. >> i reserved a room through airbnb. >> the only problem? >> that's not us, man. we absolutely are not an airbnb company. >> they already charged my credit card. how does that -- >> you're going to have to call airbnb. i promise man, that's not us. >> reporter: but to belmonte's surprise, the stranger at the door actually had the right address. >> lo and behold we were on airbnb. >> reporter: the listing showed their address but a very different house. >> the airbnb ad had, you know, a house with a tower in it. there were mountains and one thing i can say about crystal, minnesota is there really are no mountains at all. >> reporter: according to airbnb their site auto corrected the address for the original listing in the country of georgia to that minnesota address on georgia avenue.
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the company took the listing down after belmonte brought the issue to its attention and says it's investigating. but belmonte worries it's not doing enough to prevent something like this from happening again. >> there really isn't a vehicle for them to be able to, you know, guarantee the person renting the house is actually able to rent a house. in my opinion that's not enough. >> reporter: airbnb says it launched an internal review and reimbursed that man who showed up at the belmonte house so he will not have to pay the rental fee. a big surprise for him twofold. one when the guy showed up and then when he looked and realized his address was on the site. >> the country of georgia and georgia avenue, like it was that big of a difference. >> that's a big auto correct, right? every now and then on your phone you're trying to type a message, this was a little bigger. >> he shouldn't have to pay that fee. >> apparently it was only $25 so he would have gotten the house for a bargain if the rental did go through. >> 25 bucks. wow. wow. diane, thank you.
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taking an inside look at the life of michael jackson with never before seen footage of the king of pop at the height of his fame and, amy, you have a lot more. >> i do indeed. "the last days of michael jackson" goes behind the scenes with the music legend sharing exclusive conversations with diane sawyer revealing insights into that perfectionism that drove him to the very top of the music industry, and may have proved to be his fatal flaw. >> reporter: nearly a decade since the world lost the incomparable, electrifying king of pop. >> i need an ambulance as soon as possible. he's not responding to anything. >> pop culture icon michael jackson has died. >> like a comet blazing across the evening sky, gone too soon. >> reporter: 60 million people tuned in to jackson's interview with our diane sawyer in 1995. ♪ >> so i'll take that and use that as the main foundation for
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the track and build all the sounds around that. >> reporter: but in exclusive moments the superstar revealing he still hadn't met his own impossibly higstrd. >>'m just never satisfied with what i do creatively, you know. i just regret the limitation of my own imagination. i just feel there's so much more. i don't think i've ever done a project where i was totally happy with it. >> reporter: the king of pop even admitting he wasn't thrilled with this iconic 1983 performance at motown's 25th anniversary special, the first time the world saw the master moonwalk. >> and then the next thing you know -- ♪ oh, my god. did you see that? >> is that as good as it gets as a performer? >> gee, if i say no, i'll sound arrogant. i don't think i'm ever pleased with my performance, never, and
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after that performance i wasn't happy either. i wanted to do the five spins and then go on the toes and freeze there and just hold it and stay there, you know, and i didn't. i was angry about that actually, real disappointed, and i didn't realize i really did well until the next day when fred astaire called my house in encino raving, you're an incredible mover and i was, oh, my god, i think maybe i did well. >> reporter: jackson's perfectionism still haunting him in the months before his death as he tried to make a comeback with the "this is it" concert series. >> this is it. this is it. >> in typical michael fashion he sets up this massively high bar for himself. he's going to do 50 shows. >> reporter: but jackson passing away in an accidental overdose before taking the stage again in what were some of his most anticipated performances, telling diane in 1995 how painstakingly he planned every
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production to perfection. >> it has to be executed properly, you know. because once it's done it's immortal. you can't go back. it's a moment that's remembered forever. >> now michael's daughter paris jackson spoke out this week pleading for privacy after she was attacked online for not being at the billboard awards when her aunt janet jackson was honored. she wrote, in part, it's no one's business but ours. i will always have love and respect for my family. but it is so -- it's sad to hear him not be able to enjoy his incredible talent and success. >> you hear that often from people of that stature, it's never enough. >> that moment was something. >> you remember? >> i was just like in that -- >> doing it, i know. >> andhecut a hole in my mom's carpet trying it myself. didn't realize youeed a slippery for. anyway, that's another story. and, everyone, you can see more of michael jackson on that
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everyone, i need you to have your eagle eyes. we'll examine some photos. >> beagle eyes. >> ah, wow. my money is on robin solving this mystery. it sounds like a disney fairytale come to life. a commoner wakes up to find herself married to a prince. as meghan has shown, anything is possible. a rescue dog from kentucky, guys, meghan's 17-pound rescue beagle she brought across the pond to live in the palace. guy making quite a splash. take a close look at guy, everyone. because one british paper is reporting it was actually guy who stole the show at the wedding making fellow partygoers howl with three. he raced all over, he ate th overs but is it possible this cute little guy has even somehow managed to become the queen's best friend we're asking? this picture of the queen heading to windsor accompanied by a guy look-alike. what do you think? it's causing a lot of buzz this morning.
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some saying it is proof that guy is clearly the queen's new bff but others saying it could be one of her new two dorgies, a cross between a corgi and dachshund. >> that looks like guy. >> is it guy? >> dachshunds have floppy ears. >> now i'm really confused. >> you should know. >> what do you think? do you think that's her dog? >> i think it's guy. >> i think it's guy. >> george, what do you think? >> fine, it's guy. >> there you have it. >> i'm glad we solved that, everybody. i'll see you later. >> mystery solved right there. hey, thank you very much. coming up, everybody, we have the unfold story behind duchess meghan's wedding dress. what the designer is now revealing. we reveal that guy was with the queen, okay. meghan's wedding dress. what the designer is now revealing. we reveal that guy was with the queen, okay.
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good morning. i'm jessica castro from "abc7 mornings." meteorologist mike nicco is promising us some sunshine in his forecast. >> yeah, the key is some, not a lot like the last couple of days. it's pretty cloudy out there, but at least dry this morning. it's going to be good at our beaches, if you like the cool weather and grayness. out and about, you'll need the sunglasses from time to time and breezy and wavy north of the bay bridge. highs from 58 half moon bay to 70 in antioch and san jose. we have a chance of wet weather steady tomorrow, showers tomorrow afternoon. it's a one on the storm impact scale. alexis? okay, we still have a sig alert, flooding southbound 280 at highway 87 in san jose. down to just one lane blocked on the main line. the connector is blocked as well. water continues to recede, but
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could be another hour and a half or so until that's fully reopened. still an hour out of tracy, no delays southbound 680 out of dublin. very heavy northbound 85 into cupertino. >> alexis, thank you. coming up, what is the fastest way to charge your iphone? next on "gma." we'll also have another abc7 news update (sound of footsteps) (sound of car door opening) (car door closes) (sound of engine starting) ♪ ♪
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. breaking this morning. the president weighs in on the nfl's big decision to penalize teams for not standing during the national anthem. >> you have to stand proudly or you shouldn't be playing. maybe you shouldn't be in the country. >> the players and teams fighting back this morning. holiday travel alert. almost a foot of rain drenching george, causing dangerous flash floods. that tropical system brewing in the gulf. now a high chance it could take aim at the southeast this weekend. ginger is tracking the latest. as mechanmorial day weekend kicks off, the best way to
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recharge revealed. the untold story of the most famous dress of the year. how duchess meghan picked the designer and how it was all kept under wraps. the show stopping choir on its way to mississippi, stopping outside our studio, now center stage this morning. and they're singing -- >> all: good morning, good morning, good morning america! >> come on now. that's a great good morning. >> best we've ever had. great to have you with us on this thursday morning. robin, i know you're very excited for their performance. >> on monday we have a nice crowd that gatherers and i looked out and they had a sign
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saying they were from mississippi. they're in a town for a show they're doing so i invited them in. on my facebook page they sang a little song and i said we're going to make dreams come true. you're going to perform live here on "gma" and they are ready to go. >> so excited this morning. >> now crowds are lining up to sing. >> oops. good point. we know what happens on thursday. deals and steels time. tory johnson here with beauty bargains. the latest on north korea. cecilia vega has all the latest. >> reporter: huge news at the white house this morning. three weeks before this historic summit between president trump and north korea's kim jong-un was supposed to take place. just a few minutes ago in a letter president trump calling off that meeting, addressing kim jong-un as his excellentsy, citing tremendous anger and open hostility in the most recent
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statement from north korea. north korea overnight i want to say had taken aim at vice president pence calling him ignorant and stupid and that did not go over well with this white house. this meeting had been on shaky grounds so in some ways it's no surprise it's called off but the president is keeping the door open to a future meeting here. >> president trump weighed in on those new nfl rules saying players will be penalized if they protest during theational let's bring back ryan smith with more. >> under those rules players may stay in the locker room during the star spangled banner but if they're on the field they must stand or the team could face fines. moments ago president trump weighed in. >> you have to stand proudly for the national anthem or you shouldn't be playing. you shouldn't be there. maybe you shouldn't be in the country. >> some players say they'll abide by the rules but others wrangled by the change.
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chris languaong tweeting, this t patriotism. at least one owner supporting the players, jets co-owner christopher johnson saying he'll pay any fines his players get. colin kaepernick is staying silent but retweeted his lawyer's comments saying, #collusion. a lot of guys speaking out and saying they don't like this change. >> keep our eye on that. >> and the reason kap did that, think about that with this next story. the fallout from that disturbing body cam video showing police tazing milwaukee bucks player sterling brown. >> reporter: robin, that video shows sterling brown when he's met by police and somehow ends with him being tased. the 30-minute long video released by the milwaukee police department shows the milwaukee bucks rookie walking out of a
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drugstore. he had left his car illegally parked, blocking two hand cape spaces. when he exits the store, he's confronted by an officer. at one point when brown appears to be standing there calmly talking, officers slam him to the ground and tase him. in the police report officers say he was being aggressive and resisting but the police chief has now apologized saying the use of force was wrong and the officers involved have been disciplined. now, brown was never criminally charged but he says he does intend to file legal action against the police department here. robin. >> thank you. we're going to talk to him directly because i'll be sitting down with sterling brown to get his reaction and you can see that interview tomorrow on "gma." coming up, the designer of the duchess' wedding dress. plus, who did prince harry have a surprise dance-off with at their reception. also how to super charge
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♪ down by the riverside [ cheers and applause ] >> makes you feel good. [ applause ]
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that is the cast of "selma the we discovered the choir outside our studio earlier this week. this morning they are going to perform live for all of you and everybody at home and we are so grateful to have you here. that's what we need. [ applause ] i've always heard get ready for your suddenly. get ready for your suddenly. and they are ror their suddenly. and we are r for some "p news" with sara haines. >> yes. [ applause ] first up, chris hemsworth coming in like a wrecking ball this morning trading in his hammer for his dancing shoes. he showed off his amazing moves with his kids and dog on instagram. let's take a look. ♪ ♪ i came in like a wrecking ball i never hit so hard in love
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♪ all i wanted was to break your walls ♪ >> wait, the dog like takes him down. look at this. >> ah. >> that dog is -- >> started as a groundbreaking musical video ended in a savage attack by a cowardly canine. never work with kids or animals. how adorable is that, though. >> precious. >> that dog is brave. he went right for him. >> he did but this was supposed to be a musical performance. >> father/daughter moment turned into a canine moment. >> i want to know as dads did you guys ever do music videos with your kids? i could totally see you doing this. >> i did actually. >> little madonna. >> katy perry. >> really. >> still shocking. katy perry. >> hey, george, is that tape available? >> you'll never see the video. >> you guys, we know where ali is. i'm sure she'll turn on him like a little turncoat. we got it. next stereotypes about being lost. okay, listen up, guys.
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men always know where they're going. >> yes, we do. >> no, no, no. [ applause ] while women prefer brilliantly to pull over and ask for directions -- >> waste of time. >> okay. okay, peanut gallery. a new study conducted seems to support these scenarios and analyzed the navigation styles of men and women and researchers concluded -- clearly this was a man by the way -- that men are more efficient at getting to their destination. [ cheers ] because they're more likely to look for shortcuts. the study found women usually want to stay on the beaten path. i feel like that was leading. >> true. >> ali always gets mad when i use the waze. it's not my own navigation but it gives you little short-cuts. she gets very angry and wants to keep going -- >> the beaten path. >> the beaten path. >> it says -- i deep dove investigating this and says men are looking to problem solve by
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figuring it out on their own. i think -- save those skills to build a dresser for me and when we're on vacation or going to dinner, you get directions. >> hey. >> this is me shutting the door. >> i used waze. >> not a man in here clapped and i'm proud of you, fellas. i'm proud of you. [ applause ] stick to your own path, guys. don't let them change us. >> the waze is a good indicator but that can sometimes take you to a cliff. you can't listen. you have to use your brain. >> you have to look and know if you're going over a cliff and stop. >> they have said -- see, see, yeah, we'll end with robin and i on this one. [ laughter ] and we're done. there's for pod coming. and finally who let the ducks out? take a look at this 10-year-old yellow lab named fred, of course. he is a stay at home dad to a broad of ducklings. taking nine of these fluffy friends under his paw after their mother didn't return home. the ducklings apparently love their new dad and ride on his back, even his head. fred's owner says this isn't the
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first time he's lent a helping paw. he recently looked after an injured squirrel. cross-species parenting is so cute. again, i deep dove on this and said within a couple of hours any baby of any species will connect or imprint on what is presented as the parent. >> oh, wow. >> so i thought imprinting was something different. i watched "twilight"ut this is the scientific explanation. >> i love these "pop news" investigations. >> "pop news" science. >> this is a new show, people. i'm going to show up. [ applause ] >> wow. that was a lot. >> that was a lot. thank you. we'll move on to our "gma" cover story. some behind-the-scenes details about duchess meghan's wedding gown. for the first time the designer is sharing the storing behind the dress. amy, you got that. >> maybe sara has it. i don't know. did you deep dive on that? clare waight keller is the artistic director of givenchy and now she is opening up to
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"harper's bazaar" about top secret meetings with meghan markle as she designed the dress the world was waiting to see. ♪ >> reporter: the world watched as clare waight keller, artistic director of givenchy, met meghan at the steps of st. george's finally revealing the biggest kept secret for months, who would design the royal wedding gown. >> the wedding dress was a real labor of love for clare and meghan and took five fittings to get it just right. >> reporter: the saga starts back in december when a phone call from meghan's friend jessica mulroney urged her to pick a designer asap and she made her choice. >> their relationship started in january where they quickly became friends texting ideas back and forth to each other, of course, they had to keep it top secret. so the designer couldn't even tell her husband. they had to meet secretly at kensington palace or clare's private studio in west london.
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>> reporter: in february, two teams signed nondisclosure agreements and got to work in secret. one at the house of givenchy's paris headquarters and the other at an undisclosed london warehouse. the finished gown was transported to windsor castle for a final fitting in may. >> for its final weeks the dress was secretly stored away at windsor castle but, of course, meghan spent her final night as a single woman at cliveden house which is ten miles away so they had to secretly transport the dress over there in the middle of the night with no one watching to get it ready in time for meghan to get ready for the morning. >> she was just glowing and you just saw the love in their eyes during the ceremony, and i was so proud to be part of it. it was a wonderful moment for both of them and i'm really proud. he just came up to me and said, oh, my gosh, she looks incredible. >> reporter: another surprising detail. the close friendship between the couple and amal and george clooney. they were among just a handful of very close friends seated in the quire alongside harry's royal friends.
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>> prince harry has been friends with george and amal for some time. they had a shared interest in humanitarian work. and so when meghan came on the scene the four became fast friends going on double dates for dinners at george and amal's place in the english countryside and also drinks out in london. >> reporter: celebrating at frogmore house that evening, clooney poured drinks for fellow guests. it's also reported that while on the dance floor, harry challenged the world's best tennis player to a dance-off. meghan made her first official outing as the duchess of sussex tuesday at the garden party thrown by the queen during harry's speech a rogue bumblebee interrupted the event leaving his new bride with the giggles. she and her mother-in-law camilla were snapped holding hands during the event and camilla spoke to 5 news in london wednesday describing the nuptials as uplifting. and we are also hearing from the photographer behind the official portraits from the wedding and he revealed how he managed to wrangle together the ten young bridesmaids and page boys for
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this amazing photo. probably not shocking to any parent out there, he bribed them with candy. >> of course he did. it works. >> every time. >> over to robin. to our new series connected for life. becky worley is back to show us how to charge your phones and charge them fast. it's a story we first saw in "the wall street journal" and becky has the secrets. ♪ >> reporter: the dreaded dead battery. when cell phones hold our entire lives, schedules directions, phone number, a dead battery makes you dead in the water. but when you feed to recharge fast, hurry up, phonemakers are trying to help. android phones have offered fast charging since 2013 and now the iphone 8, 8 plus and iphone x offer similar options. but -- >> fast charging isn't included in the box. >> reporter: we purchase a 29-watt charger and special cable from apple for $74 and then with two brand-new iphone 8s, completely dead and out of juice and two chargers, you've got --
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>> i have the 5 watt charger included in the box with every iphone. >> reporter: that's the free one. >> i've got the fast charging gear that we bought so let's plug them in and see what happens. sure enough, all right. we are at -- >> moment of truth. >> 30 minutes and -- >> oh. >> fast charger, 52% charged. standard charger, 32%. >> 32. >> wow. >> it takes the standard charger another 25 minutes to hit 50%. but 74 bucks to charge 20 minutes faster? do you have to buy apple's gear? >> no, definitely not. that doesn't mean i think you should go out and buy the random charger on the street or from the drugstore, bullt you shouldo your homework and look at trusted brands. >> reporter: we drained them dead and try this $11 charger from apple and uses the standard apple cord and do it alongside apple's high speed charging gear.
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after 30 minutes -- oh, wow, 57% for the anker charger and 53% for the apple fast charger. so you may not have to spend big to charge fast. now, one note. even though we used a cheaper charger from anker, all of the cables we used were from apple and you do have to be careful with third party cables. they can hurt your phone. >> how does the fast charging affect the battery life? >> now the software in the phone is so smart that it takes care of the battery life and health. you don't have to worry about it. only goes up to 50% on the fast charging. >> thanks so much. appreciate it. get all of becky's tips on our website, over to ginger now. >> let's do your "gma" moment this morning, shall we? get a little fun. anybody who has had a 2-year-old or has them now will understand that when you have twins, it can be double the trouble. >> i made a mess. >> what did you do?
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oh, my. >> that would be baby powder. 2-year-olds cameron and darren from orlando, florida, had a lot of explaining to do. and to their mom and dad. i love this video because you know when they get quiet and then you open the door and that's what you see. we feel for you, parents of darren and cameron. thank you for sending that. please send good morning. i'm abc7 news meteorologist mike nicco. much drier this morning and a little bit brighter this afternoon but still going to be cooler than average. chance of rain rolls in tonight through tomorrow evening and then building more to even hot next week. today as warm as we get. 70 around san negotiation 73 in ukiah, the rest of us in the 60s to even 50s at the coast. low to mid-50s tonight, then look at rain that's coming for us through tomorrow morning's commute. then it turns over to [ applause ]s over to
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time for our "deals & steals" beauty bonanza, tory johnson here with luxury products to make you look and feel great starting at just $4 and we're going to start with something we all need, a good night's sleep. >> that i think is the best sort of beauty routine, right? good night's sleep. that is what dream pad is about. they were on "shark tank" remoting how to get a better night's sleep. this particular pillow, there's four of them here, each with a different level of firmness, has built-in sound. they call it intrasound technology that's embedded in here and sort of plain english what that means when your head is on this pillow through bone conduction meaning just through your bones you hear thsounds so let's hear one -- a sample of what you might here. ♪ >> so that one is -- >> like the ocean. the ocean. >> the ocean, exactly. >> i'd be waking up four times a night with that one but i like it. >> there's other options and you
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can play your own music too. >> you can play your own music. >> or you can use the ones from their app. so normally, depending on the firmness that you choose 149 to $179 all slashed at least in half so 69 to $89. >> i'm on that, tory. i'm on that. need some good sleep. >> laura geller beauty. she's known for all of these luxurious formulas, rich colors, just lots of fan favorites here, everything for eyes, lips, cheeks, kind of covered it all, you can see, massive assortment. what i love most the range of shades, something for every skin tone. 17 to $70 regularly, everything from laura geller is slashed in half, $8.50 to $35. >> $8.50 to $35, whoo. >> dr. brandt's skin care. a variety of some of their best-sellers all targeting specific areas. so fine lines, wrinkles, that one is brand-new, one of my favorites from their biotic
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collection. it's their overnight sleeping mask. you apply and then beddy by. you've got this silkier, softer skin. minimizes redness. just delightful and it's not sticky in any way so it's not going to mess up the bed. just a very light formula that just works wonders. so dr. brandt, $29 to $152 everything is slashed more than half. 14.50 to $76 and free shipping. >> free shipping. >> from dr. brandt. >> you get that and the pillow you're out. >> there you go. >> nugg beauty. what i love about this, everything is portion control. individual serving sizes if you will. >> i like that. >> all face masks so great for travel, easy, quick, convenient targeting different skin concerns so from hydration to exfoliation but sometimes it's just like i just need a ten-minute break. that's why i use a face mask. these range from $9 to $36, all slashed in half, $4.50 to $18.
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and good morning. it's 8:27. i'm reggie aqui from "abc7 mornings." today, b.a.r.t.'s board will consider several plans to expand out to livermore. they're trying to reach commuters from the central valley who have to cross the altamont pass into the bay area, and that is such a pain. b.a.r.t. is planning to consider two proposals. the first would be to extend the dublin-pleasanton line. that would cost $1.6 billion. the other idea would be a bus extension, but it would be on a dedicated line, and that would be a whole lot cheaper. we'll be watching that. so will alexis. yeah, that is one area i can always count on to be slow out of tracy there, reggie. the area we've been focusing on this morning is a sig alert we found due to flooding. we had a pump issue once again southbound 200 at state route
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87. southbound 280. they are saying that all lanes are opening right now and that sig alert is over, so, the water has receded enough, they can open these lanes back up. quick check of the bay bridge toll plaza, a crash reported just before the to california schoolsd, need big change. marshall tuck is the only candidate for state superintendent who's done it before. less bureaucracy, more classroom funding. marshall tuck for state superintendent. marshall tuck.
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hey, good morning! temperatures now in the low to upper 50s, except for los gatos at 48. you can see it's much drier for your commute, but still going to
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be breezy north of the bay bridge this afternoon. my accuweather seven-day see is a chance of rain ing to tomorrow. reggie? >> then it gets hot. mike, ank you. see you again in 30 minutes. welcome back to "gma." and you can hear we have an incredible audience with us this morning. yes, we do. [ cheers and applause ] and you've got something special to tell everybody. >> i sure do. new episode of my digital series "dressing room reveal" is going to drop tomorrow where i get to introduce you to some undiscovered musicians. you are going to love durand jones and the indications. listen a little bit. ♪ come on try to be ♪ just for a while
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♪ do not harm my pride and fade on my smile smile ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> you can see the entire video tomorrow on our website and love this group and that young man, another southeastern louisiana university grad. that's where i was from. i didn't know that. >> you didn't know that. >> and lion up right there. lion up. some people here with us. >> what is this? >> because we're the lion, mighty lions so this is the lion. the lion. >> this is a lion. >> yeah.u growl with it? ro. we roar. >> okay. i like that. we need something. come on, texas southern, step it up. well, we can't wait to see that reveal, robin, and i'm glad you do that. really, really shining light on some great talented people. now we've got a very talented comedian and actress we're going to bring to the
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table. you know her from seven seasons on "snl" and now she's starring in a new comedy, "ibiza," please welcome vanessa bayer. [ applause ] >> good to see you. >> oh, my gosh. >> hey. [ applause ] >> welcome. >> thank you for loving me. >> your jennifer aniston kills. oh, my gosh. gets me every time. >> thank you very much. >> we did a little tease earlier and know you were born and raised in ohio and teased earlier that you and george have something in common. what is that? >> we went to the same high school. orange high school. >> yeah, not even close to the same time. [ laughter ] >> but, you know, i did look through some old yearbooks and think i might have found -- >> who put you up to this? [ applause ]
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>> we did not show that long enough. put that back up. >> put it back up. >> that was awesome. >> put it back up. we need to see that shot again. >> oh, my goodness. i love that. >> i may have gotten a little bit of help. >> you have not aged one bit. >> not a bit, no. >> weren't even born then. >> well. >> love the swoop and love this movie. i'm telling you about it, vanessa, it's about three women on a business -- on -- going on a trip. one is there for business? >> yes, yes. >> the other ones, well, it turns into a big old party? >> it sure does. >> are you a clubber? do you go out -- >> this might be very surprising to everyone. i'm not a big clubber. i'm more of like a person who loves to stay home and watch tv. but, yeah. >> but we do heayou do have -- you can bust a move and -- >> oh, yeah. >> from your dad. >> yes, my dad -- [ applause ]
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i've got a great -- >> she's going to bust her dad too. >> i've got a great dance move i learned from my dad. i can actually do it for you if i can get some music. >> yeah, okay. >> can i do it right here? so it's just you basically just march to the beat so it's just like this. it just works. ♪ so anyways, it's easy. [ cheers and applause ] >> it kills in "ibiza." >> it kills in "ibiza," so, yeah, anyway you might be surprised but, yes, yeah, so i'm very -- i guess i'm very cool. [ laughter ] >> need a lot of room on the dance floor for that one too.
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>> want to see more of vanessa in action. let's take a look. >> am i going to get sun poisoning? >> the spanish sun is so strong. but no worries, it will fade by this evening and you will still look beautiful. >> oh. >> just get yourself some washcloths in milk dripping in on your supple body. >> thank you. >> viego. >> i am nikki. >> nice to meet you, nikki-a. >> nice to meet you too-a. [ applause ] >> vanessa, i hear your friends have a unique way of getting you to do things outside of your comfort zone. >> yes, my -- my best friends from growing up, they all, you know, they're into like hiking and outdoorsy stuff and i'm not as good as that stuff, so sometimes when we're on hikes or something, they'll have me lead
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them in singing songs from when we were -- like from choir and stuff and i get so bossy like telling them, go in rounds, you go and you go down, i'm bossing them around so much i forget about how scared i am of hiking. a trick for any of your theater art friends to get them to do outdoor things. >> we heard about jen aniston. who is your favorite character? >> i love to do the bar mitzvah boy, jacob. [ applause ] >> why do you love that? >> well, you know, a lot of people who know my brother think it's kind of based on him because of the mannerisms and stuff. it's just -- it's also just -- it's so similar to who i am, it really at the core is just me so i just -- it's very fun for me to do it. yeah. >> this movie looks so much fun. >> oh. >> there's a photo from my brother's bar mitzvah.
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>> you're just throwing all these photos out there. >> i've done a lot of research. [ laughter ] >> you're not out of your comfort zone making us laugh because you're extremely talented. [ applause ] i can't wait to see the film. it's "ibiza," and it premieres tomorrow on netflix. make sure you go check out vanessa bayer, everybody. and coming up, the cast of "13 reasons why" here live. we'll be right back. [ applause ] we'll be right back. [ applause ] john chiang's father came it'here with little money,on. but big dreams for a better future. now john has a chance to make history. a champion of the underdog, john took on wells fargo when it ripped off working families.
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we're here now with the cast of one of the most talked about shows making headlines all week long, "13 reasons why." please welcome ross butler, christian navarro, katherine langford, alisha boe and devin druid and we're going to talk about the highly anticipated season two in just a moment but first let's take a look at a clip. >> if you go to the police we can back you up. >> you can't. you weren't there. hannah is gone and she was sweet and sensitive and white. look at what they're doing to her. don't you get it? i'm not the right kind of victim to go against bryce walker, not when it's his word against mine. [ cheers and applause ] >> very, very powerful scene and i want to thank you all for joining us this morning.
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really appreciate it. alisha, we saw your character there and coming off the me too movement, your character jessica is recovering as a sexual assault survivor. moments, what were your thoughts when you read about this story line. >> i was incredibly excited to start. i knew it was such a relevant topic and when i booked season one i didn't know how to have the dialogue. i didn't have the language to express that i was 19, and after filming season one, i was able to have an open dialogue with my mom, my family members and my girlfriends so i learned a lot. >> i'm sure this show has had so many people talking at the dinner table and, katherine, i want to ask about it. it sparked a lot of conversations. what has been your reaction to these headlines? some have been good and some have not. >> well, i think, you know, the
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show always had the intention of never being a psa but always just having the intention if it can to promote discussion or instigate discussion and dialogue an issues really important and on topic and for me playing hannah obviously like i was aware of the difference of opinion and always maintained i think that was important to promote the discussion but also for me, it's just been so beautiful to kind of hear from people who resonated with the show and who resonated with hannah in particular. >> and this show resonates -- i mean i have 13-year-old twin girls and this is a show within the realm of what they would watch and touches on a lot of issues, bullying, sexual assault, gun violence. why do you think it's important for viewers to watch your character and what he's going through that made him bring a gun to school? >> right. firstly, you know, i think we all want to give our condolences to the victims and the families involved in sante fe and, unfortunately, the incredible amount of tragedies that are happening lately. i think now more than ever young
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people's voices are being heard and they're incredibly powerful messages and doing such an incredible job of not letting the conversation die down and holding people's feet to the fire so i think we really wanted to be a part of that discussion. we wanted to be able to, you know, take our platform. even though no one wants to hear from actors about what we need to be doing, i think because of the show and because of the widespread kind of audience that it has, it's given us the platform to be able to stand behind those people and raise their voices and their messages louder than ever so we can continue to spread this dialogue and conversation. >> yeah, well said. [ applause ] very well said. and ross, you and katherine get to show some of the lighter sides of the show, so how do you guys bond away from shooting these scenes? >> right, yeah, well, when we're not shooting the heavy scenes we need to decompress so go see a
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lot of movies together, not just me and katherine, we all do. yeah, exclusively -- we exclude everybody else. it's thought me and katherine, no, we have game nights and group chat with all 20 of us in it so it's sometimes we get off set and have 100 text messages from everybody so we're just a big family, yeah. >> i know, christian, you share some heartfelt scenes with kate walsh and she said it was exhausting but exhilarating at the same time. how was that for you? >> it's a master class for me. i grew up watching kate on tv doing her thing every week and to be able to stand on a set and go toe-to-toe with her was exciting and exhausting as she said. i mean, it was exhilarating but also the material that we're dealing with is really complex and compounded so we had a lot of fun but i was just so grateful she just was willing to teach me and sort of carry me along on this journey so i love her. i love kate walsh wherever you are. [ applause ] >> i want to say thank you guys,
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and i'm grateful you all came here this morning. thank you for sharing your story and words with us and season two of "13 reasons why" is out now on netflix. ginger. [ applause ] >> thank you, michael. what a great crew we have out here and time for "gma's" pollen report sponsored by claritin so let's go ahead. trees to the north, grass in the south and we're all -- gwen from chicago doesn't even have a voice. that's how bad it is. ven have a voic good morning. i'm abc7 news meteorologist mike nicco. just mainly gray through 9:00, a little more sunshine than the last couple ys, which doesn't mean it' going to be a lot. here's what'soing on. so we're having a block party. we'll be right back. stay with us. party. we'll be right back. stay with us. >> "gma's" pollen report sponsored by nondrowsy 24-hour claritin. live claritin clear.
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♪ i met you in the summer >> back here on "gma" i promised
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you a block party and we have it and chef scott conant right here with us bringing us tips for the perfect cookout. good morning. let's talk grilling. >> good morning. first of all, do you smell this? it smells so good. >> i can't handle i'm so hungry. >> do you guys smell this? doesn't it smell great? a few things i like to do. it's important to grillo and slow. i keep half the grill on a higher temperature, the other half much lower temperature. >> so sear it first. >> then cook covered and what i like to do also take wood chips, put them either on the grill or underneath the grill and when it's closed it really -- it smolders and just makes the food taste great. smoke really permeates. >> i love a good smolder. >> and i like to grill directly on cedar planks. >> i've done that with fish.
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all right. >> so we got some pork shoulder that's in a few different phases. we start it in a cast iron pot just like this and then after half-an-hour we add some vegetables to it, right? we add a little bit of broth as well. let it cook for a few minutes. once it starts to cook then we glaze it like this with this beautiful king's hawaiian barbecue sauce, right? after it's done after about two hours we let it rest and we break it up just with two forks we make this beautiful -- we can add more sauce if we want. some more of the king's hawaiian barbecue sauce. >> everything is better on this bread. >> it's iconic. a little bit of coleslaw and end up with a pulled pork sandwich with coleslaw, delicious. >> so excited for summer. sausage and peppers on a hot dog bun. >> that's right. so we take these vegetables and cook them directly on the cedar plank and it permeates full of flavor. the sausage, we can either cut the sausage up or -- >> or throw it all together. >> i want to make sure, scott, to say thank you. we have to get this in. this is an important part of
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this. king's hawaiian and "gma" are making the ultimate block party. people all across america having them and this labor day weekend will be the biggest. you could win $25,000 for your ultimate block party. 25 grand, guys. >> 25 grand. >> go to our website for more. robin, we're going to eat here. i've been waiting this whole time. >> philly cheesesteak perhaps. delicious. >> yeah. [ applause ] come on. but i digress. we love making dreams come true here on "gma." on monday i was greeting our audience as i do outside and i met a wonderful group from my beloved home state of mississippi and they were here in new york for the premiere of their show. i asked if they could do an impromptu song for us and they did. they did this after we went off the air and they are back live to perform live for all of you this morning. i can't believe i'm sitting here next to the writer, producer and director. please give a warm welcome to the cast of "selma the musical: the untold stories." [ applause ]
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>> good morning, america. ♪ we led the march the march for our lives ♪ ♪ we walked, walked prayed that our freedom would not die we led the march together hand in hand ♪ ♪ freedom every girl boy and man freedom every girl boy and man ♪ ♪ freedom, freedom, every girl boy and man ♪ >> come on. >> good morning, america. >> yes. good morning, america. whoo! ♪ selma where it all began we're marching to the promised land ♪ ♪ selma where it all began we're
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marching to the promised land ♪ ♪ glory hallelujah ♪ glory hallelujah ♪ glory hallelujah ♪ glory hallelujah ♪ we're marching to the promised land ♪ ♪ we're marching to the promised land ♪ ♪ we're marching to the promised land ♪ ♪ we're marching to the promised land ♪ ♪ to the promised land to the promised land ♪ ♪ marching marching marching to the promised land ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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>> good morning, y'all. >> you did it. well, i could do this every day. performing on national tv. i'm so happy to have janna haines, the author of "selma." tell us what this story is all about, what this musical is about. >> it's the story of a bridge, a family, in a town who absolutely refused to quit. i was so grateful for the opportunity to be able to write this production and it ia timeless tale, soul stirring performance. check it out because these guys are phenomenal. >> you are phenomenal. we'll be right back. thank you. at tphenomenal. we'll be right back. "gma's" summer concert series sponsored by king's hawaiian foods. irresistible since 1950. by king's hawaiian foods. make ross your destination for savings. if you're looking for an incredible selection of the brands you love, this season's newest trends for a fraction of what you'd pay at department stores,
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♪ you gotta go to ross >> announcer: this is an abc news special report. good afternoon. i'm tom llamas at abc news
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we're coming on the air with breaking news. president trump is at a bill signing at the white house but the big news, his bombshell announcement earlier today that the june 12th summit in singapore with korea's kim jong-un is off. let's listen in. >> i have decided to termite the planned summit in singapore on je 12th. while many things can happen and a great opportunity lies ahead potentially, i believe that this is a tremendous setback for north korea and indeed a setback for the world. i've spoken to general mattis and the joint chiefs of staff and our military which is by far the most powerful anywhere in the world, and has been greatly enhanced recently as you all know, is ready if necessary. likewise i have spoken to south
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korea and japan, and they are not only ready should foolish or reckless acts be taken by north korea, but they are willing to shoulder much of the cost of any financial burden, any of the costs associated by the united states in operations if such an unfortunate situation is forced upon us. hopefully positive things will be taking place with respect to the future of north korea. but if they don't, we are more ready than we have ever been before. north korea has the opportunity to end decades of poverty and oppression by following the path of denuclearization and joining the community of nations, and i
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hope that kim jong-un will ultimately do what is right not only for himself but perhaps most importantly what's right for his people who are suffering greatly and needlessly. all of the korean people, north and south, deserve to be able to live together in harmony, prosperity and peace. that bright and beautiful future can only happen when the threat of nuclear weapons is removed. no way it can happen otherwise. if and when kim jong-un chooses to engage in constructive dialogue and actions, i am waiting. in the meantime, our very strong
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sanctions, by far the strongest sanctions ever imposed, and maximum pressure campaign will continue as it has been continuing. but no matter what happens and what we do, we will never ever compromise the safety and security of the united states of america. i wanted to make that statement. i feel very, very strongly about it. our military, as you know, has been greatly enhanced. we'll soon be at a level that it's never been before. our approval of $700 billion this year and $716 billion next year largely due to the help of a lot of the people with me today and standing right here,
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we appreciate. but we had to do that for our military and we've done it and hopefully everything is going to work out well with north korea. a lot of things can happen, including the fact that perhaps that it's possible that the existing summit could take place or a summit at some later date. nobody should be anxious. we have to get it right. okay. with that being said, we have something else which i have to tell you all of you chairmen, mike and everybody, it ways big deal until this came up. i don't know, where's mike crapo? where are you? congratulations, you did a great job but it doesn't seem so important now. but it is important. >> you've just been listening to president trump at the white house today announcing why he decided to call off his summit, the june 12th summit in singapore with north korea's kim
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jong-un. also talking tough as well, telling kim jong-un that the military is ready, the united states military is ready, that a great opportunity possibly lies ahead potentially but then also saying we are more ready than we have ever been talking about the military. he tweeted sadly, based on the tremendous anger and open hostility i feel it is inappropriate to have this summit. the meeting was still on and what happened? >> reporter: in some ways, tom, this was no surprise. they have been on shaky ground about this meeting for a couple of weeks now, and the president in the last few days as you just laid out, has been back and forth on whether or not this meet w


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