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good morning, america. a fierce historic debate. >> well, donald, i know you live in your own reality. >> she doesn't have the looks. she doesn't have the stamina. >> hillary clinton and donald trump go head to head for the first time in front of their families in what could be the largest audience ever. >> whoo, okay. >> they showed he didn't pay any federal income tax, so -- >> that makes me smart. >> the war on terror. >> at least i have a plan to fight isis. >> no wonder you've been fighting isis your entire adult life. >> and iraq. >> donald supported the invasion of iraq. >> wrong. >> that is absolutely proved over and over again. >> wrong. >> both candidates getting personal. >> i have a feeling that by the end of this evening, i'm going to be blamed for everything that has ever happened. >> why not?
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join the debate by saying more crazy things. amidst the attacks making their case to the voters. >> i prepared to be president and i think that's a good thing. [ applause ] >> i think my strongest asset, maybe by far, is my temperament. >> our powerhouse political team here this morning breaking down the crucial first showdown on a special edition of "gma." and good morning, america. what a showdown last night. you know, i've been involved in every presidential debate going back 30 years. never seen anything like this. it was fierce. it was personal. both candidates relentless. >> this race is like none we've ever seen before. >> absolutely. >> no question about that, unusual race, unforgettable debate. let's look at hillary clinton. she stopped by a watch party last night to celebrate her
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looked pretty happy right there. donald trump decided to skip his. he went straight to reporters in the spin room to declare victory. >> last night's debate expected to grab an historic audience. the debate generating nearly 7 million tweets, yes, becoming the most tweeted debate ever. and an estimated more than 100 million people watching it live. almost 20 million engaging on facebook. >> those are super bowl numbers. and that conversation was so much about those viral moments, donald trump sniffling. many people wondering if he had a cold. and a lot of talk about the -- a lot of sniffling going on. and lot of talk about the candidates's facial expressions to clinton's looks of disbelief. >> much to discuss the morning after. both candidates heading back on the trail. there's hillary clinton's plane ready to take off and both vice presidential candidates are standing by right now to weigh in. but first abc's tom llamas is at hofstra university where clinton and trump faced off last night. good morning, tom.
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what a night in front of that massive audience, hillary clinton called donald trump a racist, a sexist and said he was not releasing his taxes because he's trying to hide his tax rate. now, donald trump said hillary clinton is not healthy enough to become president and questioned what she's done in public service after being there for more than 30 years. the first presidential debate turned into a backyard brawl. >> so when you try to act holier than thou, it really doesn't work. >> i have a feeling that by the end of this evening i'm going to be blamed for everything that's ever happened. >> why not? >> why not, yeah, why not? >> reporter: early on clinton painting trump as a rich kid who turned into a ruthless businessman. >> he started his business with $14 million borrowed from his father. and he really believes that the more you help wealthy people, the better off we'll be. and that everything will work out there there. i don't buy that. >> reporter: the candidates repeatedly interrupting each other. and also interrupting the
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isis on her website. i don't think general douglas macarthur would like that too much. >> the next -- the next segment -- we're continuing the subject of -- >> well, at least i have a plan to fight isis. >> reporter: clinton putting trump on defense over not >> when he had to turn them over to state authorities when he was trying to get a casino license, and they showed he didn't pay any federal income tax. so -- >> that makes me smart. >> reporter: but trump winning over the crowd when he said this -- >> w e-mails that have been deleted, as soon as she releases them, i will release -- i will release my tax returns. >> reporter: clinton addressing her e-mail scandal. >> you know, i made a mistake using a private e-mail. >> that's for sure. >> and if i had to do it over again, i would, obviously, do it differently. but i'm not going to make any excuses. it was a mistake. and i take responsibility for that.
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turbulence. first failing to explain why he pushed the notion that president barack obama was not born in the u.s. for five years, knowing it was a lie. >> i was the one that got him to produce the birth certificate and i think i did a good job. >> i'm sorry. i just want to follow that. i will let you respond to that because there's a lot there, but we're talking about racial healing in this segment. what do you say to americans -- >> well, it was very -- i say nothing. i say nothing buzzecause i was e to get him to produce it. >> reporter: as trump struggled, clinton took advantage. >> he has really started his political activity based on this racist lie that our first black president was not an american citizen. >> reporter: the republican nominee maintaining he was against the war in iraq though no proof of that exists. >> donald supported the invasion of iraq. >> wrong. >> that is absolutely -- >> wrong. >> proved. >> i was against the war in iraq just so you put it out. >> the record shows otherwise but --
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>> the record shows that i'm right. >> reporter: but trump taking his own shots reminding voters of clinton's recent health issues. >> i've been all over the place. you decided to stay home. >> reporter: but clinton turned the tables on that attack. >> i think donald just criticized me for preparing for this debate. and, yes, i did. and you know what else i prepared for? i prepared to be president. >> reporter: trump also questioning clinton's appearance and stamina. >> she doesn't have the look. she doesn't have the stamina to be psi you need tremendous stamina. >> reporter: clinton responding with a list of accomplishments. >> as soon as he travels to 112 countries and negotiates a peace deal, a cease-fire, a release of dissidents, an opening of new opportunities in nations around the world, or even spends 11 hours testifying in front of a congressional committee, he can talk to me about stamina.
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>> he tried to switch from looks to stamina, but this is a man who has called women pigs, slobs, and dogs. >> reporter: now, i spoke with donald trump after the debate. and he told me the reason why he did not bring up bill clinton's past infidelities after hillary clinton attacked him on those comments about women. here's what he told me. mr. trump, how do you think you did tonight? >> i thought it was great. i mean, i got everything i wanted to say. i got it out other than the transgressions of bill but i thought -- and i didn't want to do it with chelsea, who i think is a very wonderful young lady. i didn't want to say what i was going to say with chelsea in the room. so maybe they're well off to bring chelsea all the time. >> reporter: after the debate, trump complaining about his microphone, saying it was defective, and wondering out loud if that was done on purpose. george? >> done on purpose. okay, tom llamas, thanks very much. let's move to hillary clinton
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trail today heading to north carolina. abc's cecilia vega in new york's westchester county airport, clinton's plane is there and the clinton team pretty buoyant this morning. >> reporter: oh, george, they're already declaring victory. you mentioned the plane here behind me. they're about to take off in a couple of hours for what her campaign is calling a bat battleground blitz. this, after she was off the trail for so long prepping for the debates. now she's off to six states in four days. i want to show you from video from last gh hillary clinton at a watch party basically celebrating there with former president bill clinton. her hands in the air. she called last night an amazing experience. she says she was on that stage. she got to get out the points that she set out to make. her campaign on the other hand using much stronger words. one source telling me donald trump was unhinged, another one telling me that he bailed, that he melted down before 100 million people. we all know that hillary clinton in these mock debates had practiced for what she said could be two donald trumps showing up. george, her team last night very much feels like a donald trump who went off message was the one that was on that stage.
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you think they'll pick on new for her to highlight on the stump and in ads, from that debate? >> reporter: what, are we just a few hours after this debate and we are already seeing the effects of what happened last night. the pro-clinton -- pro-hillary clinton superpac already has a new ad out. they've got a clip from donald trump on the stage last night talking about his temperament. and hillary clinton herself, her team has a new web video out where they are talking about donald trump basically his comments about miss universe ca think we're seeing this in effect, george. those two moments are big ones for them. >> it has just begun. cecilia vega, thank you very much. over to michael. >> all right, thank you, george. abc's team has fact-checked the candidates' claims overnight and joining us is jon karl with the results. good morning, jon. >> good morning. >> how are you doing, man? >> not bad. >> a lot of key statements last night. the birther question, questions about iraq. you're here to fact-check them. we heard what donald trump had to say. what do you got? >> no question there were misstatements and falsehoods throughout the debate.
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trump. and the biggest were on those two subjects. first of all, the birther movement. he once again claimed it was the hillary clinton campaign that started the birther movement. this is simply not true. this was a fringe movement until donald trump took it mainstream. that statement is simply false. when it comes to the iraq war he once again said he had been adamantly opposed to the iraq war from the start. the only definitive statement on this comes from that famous howard stern interview where he said i guess so when asked if he he points to an interview that he did in january of 2003 on fox news, but even that interview is not decisive. here's what he said there. president bush has either got to do something or not do something, perhaps, because perhaps he shouldn't be doing it yet. and perhaps we should be waiting for the united nations. not a definitive statement. simply another false claim. >> kind of toeing the line. toeing the gray line right there.
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about climate change or some comments about climate change. what about that? are those true or false? >> yeah, this was a point -- let's replay the moment from the debate. this is what hillary clinton said. >> donald thinks that climate change is a hoax perpetrated by the chinese. i think it's real. >> i did not. i did not. i do not say that. >> and i think -- >> i do not say that. >> okay, so what did he say? e he actually tweeted on this. here is the tweet. he said the concept of global warming was created by and for the chinese in ord noncompetitive. so, yes, he did say that, now, many years later he said it was a joke. but there's no question, he did say it was a hoax created by the chinese. >> all right, now let's turn to hillary clinton. were there any statements she made that you had to fact-check? true or false? >> yes, absolutely. one of the big ones was on this trans-pacific partnership. >> tpp, yes. >> the trade deal that bernie sanders so opposed. here's the moment from that debate.
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hoped it would be a good deal. >> not. >> but when it was negotiated, which i was not responsible for, i concluded it wasn't. >> well, she didn't simply say that she hoped it would be a good deal. she said emphatically this tpp sets the gold standard in trade agreements for free, transparent and fair trade. she said this over and over again she favored this deal. and eventually, when the primaries came, she opposed it. >> all right. thank you, jon karl, for our fact-checking. robin, back to you. much. we're going to talk to both vp candidates. mike pence is standing by in our studio. and just moments ago, i spoke with hillary clinton's running mate, virginia senator tim kaine about clinton's performance. i asked him what he thought was her best moment last night. >> well, i think her best moment was at the end of the debate when donald trump was challenged on really stupid comments he'd made about her looks, and he tried to change it and say, no, i was talking about her stamina. and she said, you go to 120 countries and you sit before a
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then you talk to me about stamina. that was such a strong answer and the other thing, robin, that was great about it is i was watching it on a channel that had a split screen. and in that moment, hillary was going strong and ready for another four or five hours of the debate. and donald trump was on the ropes and he was out of gas. hillary answered questions and donald avoided them. and hillary told the truth, and donald told some whoppers. and he just seemed rattled the longer the debate wore on. soy think it really showed her off as prepared to be commander in chief and president. >> as expected, trump did push clinton on a number of topics including trade. and many believe those were among his best moments. how do you respond to that? >> i will say at the beginning of the debate, he was on the attack. now, he wasn't laying out his own plans or policies. about the only policy he laid
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massive tax cut for folks at the top. he was attacking on trade, but he's got a real weakness there. if he doesn't like what we're doing with respect to trade, why is he making all his products overseas? he's part of the problem, not part of the solution. and -- but, you know, i'll give him credit. at the opening, he was attacking hard. but he wasn't answering questions when it got to his tax return. when it got to why he had perpetrated this bigoted lie that the president, president obama, was not a u.s. citizen. it was just very, very hard for him to respond. >> and secretary clinton did sh has over his comments about racism in america. do you think that will resonate with voters? >> you know, i think her pushing him, i think, was effective. but, robin, in some ways i think the more effective part of it was just watching him struggle with an answer. >> senator kaine, you step into the ring next. the vp debate is coming up. based on last night, will you change your strategy at all in
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>> no, you know, it's a debate that's, again, i think, robin, it's fundamentally about vision. our vision is we're stronger together as a country. and the plans that we have on the economy, on our safety and security, and on the kind of community we create all fit under that vision for the country. the trump ticket has a different vision. donald trump decided when he ran for president to write a book. and he put out that book and it's called, "crippled america." that's how he sees the nation we're living in right now. hillary and i see a very different nation stronger together. and that's what we're going to talk about next tuesday. >> we're looking forward to that debate. senator tim kaine, thank you very much for your time. >> all right. thanks, robin. >> take care. >> you bet. >> and george is with the man that tim kaine will be facing in the upcoming debate. george? >> that's right. donald trump's running mate, indiana governor mike pence. governor, thank you for coming in this morning. >> you bet, george.
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and out of gas, rattled, and telling whoppers. your take on the debate. >> i think donald trump had a great night. i think it was a good debate, but what you saw donald trump do was go out on that national stage against somebody that's been in politics for the last 30 years and demonstrate that kind of energy, that kind of leadership that's created all the momentum in this campaign. i mean we've seen literally, you know, crowds across the country, the likes of which i've never seen in my lifetime. and i think it's because they see in donald trump the kind of leadership a t candor that we need to really turn this country around. >> he did make the case for change last night. how did that other point that senator kaine was just making, he talked about -- the birther issue, calling it a lie. and mr. trump was asked why he continued to raise questions about the president's birthplace until a couple of weeks ago yet he didn't answer. what is the answer to that question, why did he keep on raising the questions? >> i think, frankly, the media kept on raising it in this campaign, george. donald trump has been focused -- >> he was the one that refused
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and abroad. growing the economy. and having tougher and smarter trade deals. having appointments to the supreme court that will respect our constitution. and frankly, as it continued to come up, i think he just decided that we'll just make it clear and state his position. and he did that again last night. but i think what was great, and you even hear some of his harshest critics saying at the top of the debate, he focused on this economy from the outset. and on the fact that hillary clinton, and her husband, when he was president, signed in nafta, a disastrous trade deal that's cost millions of jobs in this country. and in donald trump, you'll have someone that will fight for the kind of jobs and opportunities and trade deals that will put america first. and i gotta tell you. you know, the pundits will have all their different views on this. but i know that message resonated all across america. and particularly in places like pennsylvania and ohio and michigan that have been so hard-hit by these bad trade deals. >> he did press hard on trade.
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one of his top advisers rudy giuliani said he should get guarantees from the moderators going forward before agreeing to another debate. do you think that is necessary? was lester holt fair? and will donald trump go through with the next two debates? >> i was disappointed that lester did not get into some of the issues that have been so much in the forefront of hillary clinton's candidacy. the clinton foundation pay to play. the whole disastrous events that took place in benghazi. in libya. that never came up. we saw other issues, but, look, what impressed me the most about last night was that donald trump took command of the stage. and i think the american people saw his leadership qualities. and i think that's why you're going to continue to see momentum grow in this campaign. >> governor pence, i'm afraid we're out of time. thanks very much. to ginger.
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bake fresh foccacia and hand-slice avocado. there's nothing "or something" about it. we're just opening up on pennsylvania avenue right next to the white house. so if i don't get there one way, i'm going to get to pennsylvania avenue another. >> another first in a debate last night, the first time a candidate has ever promoted one of his own hotels in a presidential debate. win or lose he is going to washington, d.c. >> you heard him say it. that huge showdown overnight getting major reaction as you can imagine. hillary clinton and donald trump sharing the stage for the first time going head to head. both candidates got personal. they discussed war and terror, taxes and race relations in this country. who came out on top? our political team is breaking it all down this morning. i know one team that did not come out on top, the saints, last night. monday night football, 0-3 now. not that i was watching. >> maybe not a lot of people watched. >> my team lost on sunday so
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we're both suffering, robin. after the debate came the late night laughs, as usual. comedians giving their take on last night's face-off. we'll have all the best moments. here's some right now. take a look. >> meanwhile, hillary was so prepared my new nickname for her is preparation h. >> oh. >> oh, my gosh. >> yeah, that was pretty good. pretty good. >> that was one of the lines. >> we have much more on that coming up. as we get closer to election day in november, just siwe amy is tracking the conversation and she -- you have what america is talking about. >> a lot of people were talking and tweeting and taking to social media last night. in fact, nearly 7 million tweets sent during that 90-minute showdown. that is the most tweeted debate ever. and one thing capturing everyone's attention, ane ti kn that you all saw it. all that sniffling from donald trump. you remember that? we heard it a lot throughout the night. and the reaction on social media to trump's runny nose was huge.
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the sniffling or birthism or isis but temperament. take a look at this graph from facebook. this is the moment at about 80 minutes into the debate when trump said his strongest asset is his temperament. in fact, lin-manuel miranda tweeting when i have the right temperament gets the biggest house laugh, it's not going your way. that's for sure. >> he may have a good point. i think i have the answer to this question, but i'm going to ask it any way. which candidate did everyone talk about the most? >> which one do you think, michael? >> donald trump. >> you would be correct. yes, donald trump dominated the social conversation, 62% of tweets were about him, just 38% were about hillary. even his vocabulary getting a lot of attention online. i'll have to admit i looked up the word braggadocious. i didn't think it was a word and apparently, that was a trending search after trump said it was something he was not. >> i always -- i thought that was a word. >> sounds like something out of "mary poppins." supercalifragilistic- expialidocious.
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>> it means boastful or arrogant. trump saying he was not either of those things. >> all right. what about hashtags? every time you have something big like this they're generated. >> one that was big, got a ton of play. unlikelydebateguests. and seemed to focus on secretary clinton. one tweeting unlikely debate guest, hillary's e-mails which was a big topic of the debate. >> and of course, you talked about it earlier, the sniffling. >> that happened. apparently, his runny nose was the moment that got a lot talking. even earning its own twi speaking of twitter handles. >> what is it? >> trump sniffle. and generating some pretty funny memes. there he is with a blocks of kleenex. and another showing him wearing a breathe right nasal strip so maybe he could take one home and have a better time of it next debate. >> i don't know if this was supposed to be funny but, of course, people came out with memes. >> it was highly watchable. >> it was highly watchable. and something else that's highly watchable, that's you, george and robin.
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now. late night for everybody out here and people watching at home. i was listening to you guys and i agree with your analogy, matt, what you were saying after watching the debate. it was like watching a fight. it went the distance. it was not a knockout punch but tell us the highs and lows. >> he scored in the first few rounds when he was on the economy and actually had a good message going about her -- she's represented 30 years nothing has changed. but as the debate went on, she won round after round after round. and ends up winning on points in this. i do perceptions of herself but she raised doubts among undecided voters with him. i think in the end what this will do, it won't move a lot, it'll move it by a safety. >> you bring up the undecided voters. because we wake up this morning, and her campaign is saying she won. his campaign is saying he won. it's those undecided voters. do you think it moved the needle at all? >> yeah, i think it did. i think it moved it a few points. but keep in mind, this is the first game of a three-game series and martha is about to do
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moderate the second game. >> want to trade places, anybody? >> bring kleenex. >> okay. maybe for me. yeah. >> they did say they might be seeking guarantees from the moderators next time. let's focus on some of the other substance from last night. a lot of foreign policy discussed. you traveled with hillary clinton covering the state department. real focus on iraq as we talked about before donald trump whether or not he really did oppose the invasion. and he made some points about who was responsible for pulling the troops out of iraq. >> yeah, and she immediately said, george bush was responsible fo troops out, not leaving 10,000 behind. in fact, george bush did have a plan to pull those troops out, but i think everyone in his administration at that point wanted them to actually stay. wanted to leave some sort of presence. and they did not negotiate the so-called s.o.f.a. status of forces agreement to protect the troops. so hillary clinton said, we couldn't stay. they didn't negotiate very hard that's the criticism.
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negotiate very hard to keep those troops there. >> he repeated his position what the united states should have done was take the iraqi oil. >> yeah and i don't know how you take another country's oil. you just can't do it. you just can't go in there and take the oil from a sovereign country. and even if you wanted to, how do you do that? do you put u.s. troops around protecting the oil fields? that was another moment. >> also on foreign policy he said the most important issue is nuclear armament but there was some confusion there as well. at one point he seemed to say he wouldn't use nuclear weapons first, a no first use policy which president obama hasn't done. but then he said we have to leave everything on the table. >> i think all of us at the table were saying, he said what? and then oh, no, wait. and we had no idea what he was talking about in the end whether he wanted no first use or whether he didn't want any no first use. maybe that next debate. we'll see. >> might come up. >> it's your deal. >> okay. >> keep your questions secret. >> i'll keep them secret. absolutely. >> what i was saying to martha, she came to my dressing room this morning.
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being a fight. and the latter part of it, it was like two heavyweight fighters who knew they didn't deliver the knockout punch yet. and they were just really starting to go after each other. did it help or hurt anybody? >> i love that analogy. i love that. >> i think he had the most -- most thing to gain in this and he didn't do it. i mean as i say she's going to get a safety on this because of his preparation, he got sacked in the end zone and he lost those two points. and i think that's the difference. in a race that's a three or four-point race, that little margin is a big deal. >> and which candidate coming out of the debate has more moments to go back to and expl exploit? >> and this will be the biggest one. >> okay, thank you, guys, both very much. over to michael. >> all right, george, boxing reference, football reference, a lot going on over there but we have a lot going on over here on our big board. the biggest names at last night's debate, melania trump to bill clinton. plus, we have an expert that watched the candidates' body language. how did they come across to the millions watching last night? our insiders will join us and talk about all that stuff. everybody, wave. how are you? everybody, wave. how are you? y, wave.
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hmm. what should we discuss here on the big board? could it be a debate edition, michael? let's do it. a team of insiders. jon karl here at the table. all eyes on the candidates last night. but there was also a lot of talk about who was in the audience. some people strategically placed there by both campaigns, from family and jon, we saw president clinton, bill clinton right there in the front row. how do you think that played? >> you know, the clinton campaign suggested that he wasn'toing to be there. they suggested he would be watching in a hotel room. i never thought that would happen. i mean, the trump family was there. of course, bill clinton was going to be there. and i think it would have been very strange if he wasn't. i think it played very well for hillary. >> we saw watching at home the two families meet each other and cross like that and so what was the atmosphere like? >> wasn't that an incredible moment? >> it was.
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>> and watching bill clinton and melania trump stop and greet each other and then go all the way down greeting all of the trump children. >> very cordial. >> incredibly cordial. >> this is somebody that donald trump has called a predator. so it was quite a moment to see this kind of, you know, friendly -- it was interesting. chelsea came in later. she wasn't part of that, you know, part of that. >> a lot made about chelsea and the relationship. >> they're close friends and they remain close friends. >> good for them. now, also jonathan, no gennifer flowers last night. but the clinton invite mark cuban. does this work, this guest gamesmanship, does it make a difference? >> this is not a boxing match. i liked your analogy earlier but mark cuban was there, we talked to him trash-talking donald trump and said he was there to trash-talk donald trump. it's notable, though, that it was the clinton campaign that played this gamesmanship at the end. he was there front and center but for all of the prime trump
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family. of course, gennifer flowers, that was a little bit of getting in their head. she didn't actually come. >> keep our eye on the next debate and see who shows up. the candidate's body language and how it could influence voters. how did hillary clinton and donald trump come across to the millions watching last night? our body language expert chris ulrich is here joining us live. we watched the debate last night, donald trump, what stood out? >> well, when we watched donald trump initially when he walks out into the room in the initial greeting as they're both walking out and meet, he's left of picture. and on top of it. that gives him a being left of picture. we see the back of the hand, pats her back. he looks dignified but then we see the different tale of trump from the powerful trump to the switch for him. we start to see micro expressions as hillary's attacks hit him. these micro expressions happen in 1/15 of a second and show contempt. a half smile of the face to one side. marking moral superiority and better than you. how -- a smugness hitting him as well as disgust.
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hillary's attacks get to him, we literally see on his face, per septem ceptually, she's affecting him. she's getting under his skin. >> the split screen so we were able to see how the candidates were reacting when the other one was talking. what did you read into that for both? >> well, for hillary one of the things she was able to do was when she spotted -- when he would attack her, a lot of times what she normally does we see her lips vanish and disappear when we don't like what we see and hear. our lips disappear. but instead, she counters it with a smile and comes across perceptually like you're not getting to me and saw joe biden do it in the vice presidential debate with paul ryan. it shows, i'm not being hit. you're not getting me with your attacks. very different. comes across more likable. on top of it she does these -- this gesture called a basketball steeple. it's a steeple. it's power, authority, control.
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and stays open here and what it allows us to take her in from a place of likability because normally she points and was able to get rid of some of those gestures that negatively impact her and undermine her message. >> what is it called? basketball steeple. >> basketball steeple, right. a steeple. we have three power zones, our neck dimple, our torso, and our naughty bits. we're in it together, part of the group and with the audience. >> i got to watch my facial expressions and my hands now. >> i know really. i'm sitting on my hands now and basketball was one sport we hadn't mentioned. one analogy we hadn't used. >> 1/15 of a second. be careful. >> thank you, chris. how about those -- how about the big laughs? you know the late night comics, they had a field day like trevor noah wasting no time taking aim at the candidates. abc's mary bruce is joining us and, okay, mary, what stood out to you? >> reporter: well, last night's debate was like christmas for late night comics. and like eager little children, they couldn't wait to unwrap it
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candidates. no one was spared. take a listen to what trevor noah had to suggest about donald trump and his little cold. >> and i'm not trying to start rumors but trump was sniffing a lot in this debate. and someone needs to look into that. >> perhaps we'll be talking about that later. hundreds of companies are doing this. our country is in deep trouble. >> just absolutely brutal. going to be hearing about that little sniffle for quite some time. >> well, you know, mary, if comedy can help shape an election, everybody looks forward to the comments afterwards and really can affect the public opinion. is there one punch line that could live on and continue to go? >> reporter: well, in addition to that sniffle i think all the badgering, all of the interrupting back and forth that certainly is going to give "saturday night live" a lot of good fodder this weekend. >> we were just thinking that, mary. "snl" is like going, yes, yes, thank you, thank you.
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george was seeing. never seen anything like this. >> they'll have so much fun with his facial expression and the sniffle. and this is a tremendous amount of material that will go on until the next debate. >> till the next debate. we're looking forward to that one, too. and thank you, mary, thank you, chris, and, of course, thank you, jon. and coming up, everything about last night's debate was big and were the super bowl size watch pears swayed? the hugely popular mommy blogger with a whole new take on parenting. come on back. take
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i was at a bar, one of the oldest in philadelphia. and what i found out last night, folks weren't there to make up their minds. they just had to be part of last night's big political party. trump tacos and hillary hoagies at mcgillin's olde ale house. in philly. trump and hillary burgers at the green iguana. >> any time hillary mentions the word e-mails or e-mails are brought up that's a dollar. >> reporter: in bars with screens that normally would have been dedicated to monday night football, they're coming to watch politics. >> we're political headquarters. >> reporter: parties popped up all over the place. the circus atmosphere occasionally drowned out the conversation. >> i males. tax returns. >> reporter: one eagle fan longing for the days of yore. >> thomas jefferson -- >> that's who you think should be president. it wasn't immediately clear how many people's minds were changed
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>> i thought donald trump absolutely crushed hillary tonight. >> obvious that hillary won that debate. >> reporter: but everybody agreed they want to do this party again. you said you watched this one in a bar. where would you like to watch the next debate? >> if it's like this, in another bar. >> it was one of those things -- like the super bowl. some don't want to watch the game but be part of the event. >> you want the atmosphere. >> did they do a drinking game on the sniffles? >> next time, next time. that's the political party i want to join. >> which one? >> the one you were at last night. >> that was just drinking. no drinking game, just drinking. not me, of course. >> no, never, t.j. coming up in our next hour much more on the debate and hear from the voters who could decide this election. will probably decide this election. and tom hanks, how about that huge wedding surprise? ah. we'll talk about that and much more.
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. the candidates clash. >> typical politician. all talk, no action. >> maybe he's not as rich as he says he is. >> clinton and trump tangle over taxes, trade and terror taking personal jabs. >> the only secret is that he has no plan. >> hillary has experience but 's >> but how did undecided voters see it? we have what our focus group reveals about key moments and which candidate changed minds. say good-bye to perfect parenting. stop putting yourself under so much pressure. no more tiger moms, no more helicopter dads. why one of the most popular mommy bloggers says it's time to embrace being average. ? i'm on top of the world ? surprise photobomb. tom hanks crashes this couple's wedding snapshot and a photo for the ages. how his surprise selfie was the
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? welcome to our house ? and get ready, the stars of tim burton's "peculiar" new movie here live. they're here to say -- >> good morning, america. hearty little group out there. >> hearty little dog. >> i know. you saw that. made me think of kj. good morning, america. a lot to get to. of course, everyone is talking about last night's debate. >> yeah, we told you before the debate about one in five americans who were surveyed say they might change their mind, so based on what they herd in the debate last night. so the big question is did they? >> we'll hear from one focus group of undecided voters in the key swing state of ohio and find out if they were persuaded. cokie roberts and jon karl are here to help break that down. >> now i'm conscious of our body language after the segment. >> me, too. i was like, did i hear that
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so i'm going to sit on my hands and say, we have a lot more undecided voters up in our marquee studio. the big question, who did change their mind? who is still unsure? looking at that group we will find out live. >> that's right. late night for them last night as well but now let's start out with amy and the morning rundown. >> surprise, surprise, we begin with hillary clinton and donald trump getting back on the campaign trail today after their feisty debate showdown. reaction is pouring in after the candidates clashed on everything from trade and taxes to their temperaments. let's check in with both campaigns beginning with cecilia vega and the clinton camp. cecilia, good morning. to you. you can see hillary clinton's campaign plane right here behind me. she takes off for north carolina later this morning. her campaign right now is very much celebrating her performance on that debate stage. sources using the word unhinged to describe donald trump saying he was easily provoked and unprepared. one of the moments that they are pointing to right now, donald trump on not releasing his tax returns. take a listen. >> or maybe he doesn't want the
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watching tonight, to know that he's paid nothing in federal taxes because the only years that anybody has ever seen were a couple of years when he had to turn them over to state authorities when he was trying to get a casino license. and they showed he didn't pay any federal income tax, so -- >> that makes me smart. >> reporter: but, amy, after all that time off the campaign trail preparing for this debate, again, the plane ready to take off. her campaign says she's headed for a battleground blitz, six states in four days, amy. >> all right, cecilia, thank you. and this morning donald trump criticizing debate moderator lester holt saying holt did not ask clinton about her scandals. and abc's tom llamas has more now from the trump camp. tom, good morning. >> reporter: amy, good morning. as you would expect, donald trump is declaring victory this morning. he told me after the debate yesterday he felt he was fully prepared and he was happy with his debate prep. and his campaign manager saying this morning that trump showed a lot of restraint and really good temperament while hillary
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now, one of trump's strongest moments during the debate, when he said that hillary clinton had supported trade deals that have killed jobs in this country for years and years. here's what he said. >> you called it the gold standard. >> well, i hoped -- >> you called it the gold standard of trade deals. you said it's the finest deal you've ever seen. >> no. >> and then you heard what i said about it and all of a sudden, you were against it. >> reporter: and even though after the debate donald trump said he had no complaints about the moderator, this morning he is saying the questions he got towards the end of the debate were much tougher than the questions that hillary clinton was asked. amy? have more debate analysis coming up. we'll hear from that group of undecided voters in just a few moments. breaking news here in new york, a nifr was killed in a possible gas explosion in what appeared to be a drug lab. the home destroyed. six other officers injured. in california, hundreds of homes are threatened as a wildfire burns out of control in california's santa cruz mountains. dozens of families are being evacuated. about a thousand acres have burned so far. and the miami marlins have returned to the field for the first time since their star pitcher, jose fernandez, was
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and then dee gordon led off the first inning with a home run, later describing it as the best experience of his life, crying as he rounded the bases remembering his former teammate. players tossed their hats on to the mound as a tribute. well, one week after the police shooting in charlotte, north carolina, an emotional plea for peace from a young girl. 9-year-old deanna oliphant climbed up to the podium at last night's city council meeting while many in the crowd called for the mayor and the police chief to resign, urged city leaders to stop so many parents from being killed tearfully saying, we need our fathers and mothers by our side. very powerful. and speaking of powerful, i know, robin, you were upset about the saints loss, but there was a beautiful display of unity during monday night football when those two rivals, the falcons and the saints, joined hands after the national anthem to form what they called a circle of togetherness to raise awareness about racial inequality. a coach reportedly came up with the idea. the players were quick to
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and that game marked the tenth anniversary of the saints returning to new orleans following hurricane katrina, so, robin, i would say everyone on that field was a winner. >> absolutely. i was there at that game ten years ago, amy, and it was a real moment for that whole community, and steve gleason blocked a punt, and now he is facing a.l.s. it's just so -- ah, thank you for -- thank you for that. and it was a real moment to see those two teams out there. >> we didn't talk about the debate. yay! something new. let's talk about "pop news." >> i'm not starting with the debate, this just in. i'm going to start with "dancing with the stars," because fun news, it was face-off night last night. stars pairing off taking on the same style of dance in duos and we know it takes two to tango but it also takes two for a bromance no matter unlikely that bromance might be, and that is certainly the case when it comes to vanilla ice and former texas governor rick perry. these guys love each other. dancing the paso doble, their face-off resulted in matching
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the sunset together, though. someone had to win. len decided the tiebreaker went to ice, ice, baby, but that could not rain on the love parade. >> it was awesome. so, listen, he's a good man. we're friends and probably starting a lifelong relationship going forward now. >> hey, rick, from the ice man here, just want to say, keep those cowboys boots shined on that's all you got to do, man, show up and blow up. holla. >> there's just so much there. >> so much going on. lifelong, yeah. >> rick perry is such a good sport. you know, a year ago he thought he'd be on that presidential debate stage and last night on "dancing with the stars." >> i like the jacket. >> yeah. >> yes, shine on -- what was it, shine on? >> please don't repeat. move on, move on. >> unfortunately, the bromance
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perry is in jeopardy of going home in tonight's elimination show so -- >> i don't know because he was last week too and he didn't go home, so, who knows? >> he's a survivor. >> you never know. >> persevere. so we'll keep you posted on that bromance. also in "pop news" this morning, exciting news from "modern family." the show announcing it is casting its first openly transgender child actor for the first time. 8-year-old actor jackson millarker will guest star in this week's episode as lilly's new friend tom. according to the description, cam and mitchell overhear lilly insulting her friend and have to take a quick look in the mirror before teaching her about acceptance. star jesse tyler ferguson tweeted super proud of this week's episode of modern fam. #equality. >> i want to see that one. >> they do a good job in "black-ish" also in tackling tough, controversial issues and finding the humor in it and educating us. >> and opening up a conversation with our kids, which is critical. so looking forward to that and
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children's books to the big screen. the film adaptation of beatrix potter's children's book will star rose byrne as the author alongside daisy ridley and "the great gatsby" actress elizabeth debicki. joining in unannounced voice parts. but the big news here is that peter will be voiced by james corden for the live action film which starts production in january. unclear whether we will see peter and mr. mcgregor doing car pool karaoke. but a girl can dream. >> he is very -- just has positive energy. >> all the way around. >> so, looking forward to that. and that's the happy edition of "pop news." >> we needed that. >> i had a feeling you might. i'm not going to debate you on that. >> oh. so close. so close. coming up, the candidates making their cases. nearly one in five voters saying they could change their minds. were they swayed last night? can we have the picture of our texas people here? >> texas girls take new york city.
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welcome back to "gma." welcome back to "gma." a little more there of hillary clinton and donald trump going head to head last night. of course, the two are locked in a dead heat. that was before the debate last night. we'll see if it made a difference. >> nearly 20% surveyed said they could change their vote based on the debate. amy upstairs with a group of undecided voters and we also checked in with a focus group in ohio. amy? >> that's right. with exactly six weeks to go until election day, undecided voters have two debates left to pick their candidate. and it looks like last night didn't do much to convince that group which way to vote. >> typical politician, all talk, no action. sounds good, doesn't work. >> so a man who can be provoked by a tweet should not have his fingers anywhere near the nuclear codes. >> reporter: the candidates set out to win people over, especially the almost one in
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for grabs. but at a focus group of undecided voters in ohio, neither candidate came out on top. half the group calling it a draw. >> how many say neither? >> reporter: in this swing state nearly 500 miles away from the first presidential debate, these undecided voters rated the contenders in realtime. here you can see their instant feedback on what the candidates were saying. donald trump starting strong, especially among men, when touting his business background. >> you have to stop these countries from stealing our companies and our jobs. >> reporter: and hillary clinton's strongest moment talking about safety according to the women in the group. >> if you're too dangerous to fly, you are too dangerous to buy a gun. so there are things we can do, and we ought to do it in a bipartisan way. >> reporter: another key moment for trump, when he talked about repairing the country's aging infrastructure. >> and we have a country that needs new roads, new tunnels, new bridges, new airports, new schools, new hospitals and we don't have the money. >> reporter: and for clinton when she spoke about women and the economy.
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national minimum wage and also guarantee finally equal pay for women's work. >> reporter: but across the board voters saying that the trump-clinton face-off didn't change their minds. almost all the voters leaving exactly as they arrived. >> how many saying they still basically came in the way that -- they're leaving the way they came in? undecided? slightly leaning or slightly leaning left or slightly leaning right? >> reporter: so what was missing? trust. >> we have our group of undecided voters here behind me. let's see a show of hands. how many of you made up your minds who you'll vote for based on last night's debate? one. two. that's it. i have to ask. what's it going to take to decide? >> less celebrity, less kardashian out of trump and less bernie, less liberalism out of hillary. >> all right. there you go, guys. back to you, robin and george. >> might be waiting a long time. >> yeah. >> let's bring in cokie roberts and jon karl and, cokie, i want
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they had that exchange over stamina, looks, women. and donald trump is doubling down on that again this morning. that woman who hillary said he called miss piggy, the former miss universe, alicia machado, he said this morning, not apologetic on "fox & friends" hey, she won. and then she gained a massive amount of weight. it was a real problem. >> yeah, i don't think that works terribly well with women and, you know, actually i think more than undecided voters with these candidates needed to do last night was to get their own voters very excited. now trump's voters are already there, and i think he probably got them more excited, but hillary clinton's voters were not there. and i think she probably did achieve some of that. particularly among women. i mean we're looking at our abc poll that shows him having 73% of noncollege-educated white men. she has 57% of college-educated white women, which is great but not anywhere near as big as his. when she starts talking about trump's relationships to beauty
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oh, do we really want that in the white house? maybe i better get more energized and out there. >> and, jon, this morning you're also hearing from donald trump complaining about the mike saying maybe it was fixed. not happy about lester holt. you heard that from mike pence, as well. how hard do you think they'll push this idea going into future debates getting guarantees from moderators? >> well, look, when you have won the game, you about the refs. and they were complaining incessantly about lester holt and as you mentioned about the mike. everything else. clearly that's a sign they think they did not do well. rudy giuliani as you pointed out in your interview with mike pence suggested trump might not do the next interviews unless he is guaranteed better treatment from the moderators. i think it's very much an open question. >> cokie, going back to you -- sorry, did you want to respond to that, cokie? >> well, i think that we did see a lot of thin skin on donald trump last night. and he had done well earlier in the debate.
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he got very upset and really kind of went off, and he kept it up afterwards about her ads. i mean, he's a candidate for president. you expect negative ads when you're a candidate for president. >> all right, cokie, thank you. jon, thank you. >> a lot to talk about last night. a lot more coming up. coming up, that popular mommy blogger who is saying good-bye to the pressure to be perfect. ? i ain't never letting go ?
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all right. everybody, there's a lot of advice out there for how to be a better parent. and ilana wiles is sharing her best tips in her new book, "the mommy shorts guide to remarkably average parenting." say that fast three times, everybody. we'll talk to her in a moment. first here's a look at her approach. >> i'm ilana, this is matthew and harlow. >> reporter: she's a former ad exec turned wildly popular mom-preneur. and talking about raising kids on her blog mommy shorts. now putting back the curtain. in her new book, "the mommy shorts guide to remarkably average parenting" advocating a laid back approach to parenting is one of the greatest gifts you can give yourself. wiles calling out attachment, free-range, and helicopter parents. saying put labels aside, we all have the same issues.
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to hand over the ipad so you can get dressed in the morning or if your bathroom sink looks like a scene from "the bachelor" or if your toddler's dinner is mostly ketchup. ilana wiles, thank you for joining me. and, you know, i love this book. i wish you would have written it a long time ago when my girls were really small. you talk about helicopter parents, tiger parents, free-range parents, you say let it all go, embrace being average. what exactly does that mean to you? >> i think there's so mu today that a lot of moms actually feel like bad parents. so i think embracing remarkably average is actually aspirational. i think if you can -- you know, you see all these perfect pictures of parenting on instagram and things like that and, you know, those people are just good photographers and they're good art directors. they're not necessarily having a different experience than anybody else. >> you take 20 pictures just to get that one right that looks like your kids are behaving. >> i do it.
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>> i do it, too. but it almost seems counterintuitive to what you're saying. you're saying, have no expectations. you know, have selective memory and what do you mean by that? >> well, by selective memory, i mean i took my kids to an amusement park and we had a fabulous time the whole day. and then at the end, my oldest daughter flipped out because we were leaving. she had a total meltdown. i can choose to remember that day as the meltdown at the end or i can remember her beautiful smile when we were on the roller coaster for the first time and she -- and everything was great, so it's kind of like up to me what i take away from that day. >> so, in other words, you just look to take the positive out of it. >> yeah. >> which i love that. and, you know, ilana's new book is available and out right now. make sure you get that and i
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good morning, they are moving forward with turning pecos road into south mountain freeway. tribal members from the river will hold a peace run, it will be going desert vista high school. that meeting is set to begin at 6:00. we are continuing to follow a developing story, deputies have guns drawn at a pawn shop. it was a burglary. we are told that they were being careful because they were
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inside. >> swree a traffic alert, 19th avenue, a serious crash involving a motorcycle. i recommend using 35th avenue. before that we have a lot of delays on the freeways. i 17 south, this crash is blocking the two center lanes, another crash in the east valley. the right lane 16. >> some light showers south of the valley. this is pointed towards maricopa. and sprinkles falling. a few thunderstorms east of tucson. light showers over florence staying south of the valley. it could track into spots like chandler. we have chances for rain and thunderstorms up to 20% by this
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? [ cheers and applause ] welcome. our great audience as you can hear. [ cheers and applause ] let's not waste -- i did like their dance moves during the commercial break. >> yeah. i was told during the commercial break that i had a perfect dance partner here so we tried our moves out over there. you're actually -- you are excellent. i can't keep up with you, ma'am. too much for me. [ applause ] >> so adorable. >> and, you know, i'm going to talk about what i'm bringing to the table this morning. we talk about how loud the audience is and kind of plays into this because i have twins,
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george, you have kids and there's this mother who has these twin kids. when they fall asleep, she dresses them and puts them in these poses, and she posts all these pictures on instagram. i don't know how she gets her kids to stay asleep. look at some of these poses. >> they're really amazing photographs. >> and they're asleep. >> totally sound asleep. >> she has over 13,000 instagram followers. >> that happened to me once in college with a marker. >> actually that was a "friends" episode. >> usually when you're in college and you're sleeping that deep is because of another reason. not because you're tired. >> slept like a baby. >> but i just know my kids would never -- i don't think i could get them to stay asleep and put them in all that. >> not like that. not anymore. >> those pictures are so cute. and speaking of cute -- >> ah. >> how old are your girls now? >> the girls will be 12 next month. >> they are so tall and
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time flies. >> so you want to try to put them into -- >> too late now. it's too late now. they're all over the place. they don't sleep in one place anyway. i put them in a pose, they'd kick me in the face. >> they're still in the same room, right? >> no, they are not in the same room. they don't want to share -- they haven't wanted to share the same room since age 3. >> a lot of twins feel very comfortable being in the same space and go to the same schools and same college. >> they don't want to dress alike. they don't want to -- they want separate bedrooms. >> they're their own girls. >> they're in separate classes, and they like it. they have any friends. they are like we're twins but i'm not like her. >> but you all are very, very blessed. you have children. i have nieces and nephews now having children of their own. in fact, this is the latest addition to our family. >> oh. >> that -- named after my daddy, lawrence, little lawrence, he came about a month early but he's home now and he's healthy so -- >> cute. >> he's cute.
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>> but i don't know if we'll pose something like that. i have to talk to my niece about this. >> aunt robin. that's got to be pretty cool. >> he's going to learn someday that's a very cool thing. >> you have something about ageism. >> since we're talking about age, would you like to tell people your age? well, the governor -- i know. this woman is like no. the governor in california, jerry brown, signed a law that requires the industry website imdb -- do you know what that stands for? >> i don't know what it stands for. >> i know what the industry -- >> movie database. okay, they ask them if you say, take down my age from that database, i don't want my age on there. not just actors but anything -- anybody involved in a film. can you take your age down, would you do that? do you mind if people know your age? >> i think it's too late. i feel like if it's not imdb, it's wikipedia or it's something else. it's out there, so own it, love it. >> absolutely. >> i'm going to get in trouble for this.
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>> people should have the right. people should have the right. >> yeah, you should have the right. >> because you do see ageism around the world and in hollywood too and so people feel that if you don't have your age out there, it could possibly help. >> i was going to say i'm going to get in trouble for this, so i know ali is sleeping right now and won't hear this. >> look at me right now. whenever you have to preface it with that, it means don't say it but you do as you want to do. >> so whose advice do i take? >> ours. >> do it, do it, do it. >> it's a simple thing. when we got married she tried to -- thought about adjusting her age because she knew it would be written about. >> you know what -- >> but she did not. >> i have a spare bedroom. you come join me, man. >> yeah, i'm with you on that. i can't believe you went there. i can't believe -- you better hope she's sleeping because you're going to hear from her if she's not. she will call and let you know. i don't mind telling my age, i'm 4. i am.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> i own it. >> we just celebrated your 4th birthday. >> thank you very much. >> you look amazing. >> i know. not bad for 4, huh. >> kind of mature for 4? >> a show of hands, publicly would you want to reveal your age? a show of hands. yeah, see there. >> what are you going to do? the alternative -- >> that's right. >> i love it, though. i'll do it but if push came to shove, i was just joking. >> see it, she was like, i'm not giving it up. >> a lady never tells her age. >> a lady never tells her age. beautiful. >> i say age is just a number. >> i say the same thing. >> touche. [ applause ] >> and, lara, what do you have? >> i have a really cute story. that tom hanks is at it again. you know, he lives locally in new york and must hang out in central park a lot.
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about him returning a young lady's college i.d. >> right. >> he found it while he was jogging in the park and got -- was able to contact her through social media and now this couple getting married. they're a beautiful young couple taking pictures in between the wedding and the reception taking some shots in beautiful central park, and it was the ultimate photobomb. take a look. >> hey. >> oh, my god. >> hey. >> you are very beautiful. >> can we get a picture? >> by all means. i'll do that right here. what's your name? >> elizabeth. >> elizabeth, my daughter's name. [ applause ] >> he posed. [ cheers and applause ] they like it. he's just a great guy. so nice. he spoke with them. you saw there was a video. there was a videographer for the wedding. there was a photographer so it is all captured and we tried to talk to the couple. they're on their honeymoon. >> good for them. >> but it's such a special memory.
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nicer. >> i wish you all were here when tom hanks was here a few weeks ago for the movie "sully." he was hilarious. >> which is fantastic. >> in the studio with us. >> he's a nice man. >> down to earth. down to earth. >> so if you happen to stroll through central park, eyes open, people. >> you never know. it's new york city. [ applause ] hey, coming up, we're -- we have a denim lab? a denim lab. who knew that. >> we also have a "pop news" lab. we're so scientific here at "gma." >> we'll try out the hottest trends. >> yes. >> this fall when it comes to denim. yeah, we are.
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welcome back to "good morning america." what a crowd we have out here from all over. england, buffalo, new york. and australia, devo, the dog, has been to how many countries? >> 25. >> more well traveled than most speaking of travel have any of you ever been to new hampshire? i want to show you this picture. this is amazing, the rime from the first shot of cold air there at mt. washington. isn't that beautiful? the ice blowing with the wind there.
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>> that weather brought to you by carmax and devo, of course, lara. >> ginger, you know a dog shot gets me every time. thank you. welcome to our denim lab, scientific lab of denim here on "good morning america." we're checking out the hottest new technology in fashion with "good housekeeping" magazine's style director, lori bergamotto. welcome, lori. >> thank you. so good to see you. you look fabulous. thank you for having me. >> let's talk denim starting last i checked we are or not allowed to wear white after labor day? >> i'm so glad you asked, lara. >> please just -- >> yes, let's debunk that myth right now. you can absolutely wear it through the fall and into the winter and we're going to show you why it's so key with these new denim innovations. here on tatiana, she's in a regular pair of white jean, we're going to pour a little dark soda on her. i know, sorry, sorry. >> all in the name of science. >> all in the name of science.
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leaves and i'm sure it's happened to us all. it's like a style soul crusher, right? now, this is why old navy, genius innovation, these jeans are their stay white jeans and you can see, i'll pour it on sam. see how it beads up. isn't that so cool then you would just take a paper towel and would blot this. >> it beads right off. >> it beads right off. we tested these in our "good housekeeping" textiles lab and this -- >> you have a lab too? >> we're known for our lab, lara spencer, but this also will continue after you wash them which is great because sometimes that wears off on these old navy one, and it will not. >> white in the winter, you don't want to get the slush or the fall kind of dirt. >> that's right so it's brilliant and under 50 bucks. >> i love it. thank you, lori bergamotto. [ applause ] what about this? there's something about pockets and where the placement is. >> yes, so now that i'm a mom, i understand what happens to your behind after a little age, a little gravity gets involved, right? i know. >> i know not of what you speak.
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>> yes, i do. >> for some of us gravity takes hold, so what we love about michele here is that she's so graciously volunteered as an audience member today. i think we have a before shot of her in the jeans that she came with this morning. now, miss michele, if you will please turn around so we can see the booty this morning. these are the nydj jeans. >> oh, my gosh. you got a free butt lift. >> so actually, michele, if you turn around one more type, i just w the uplift has this optic pocket strategically placed. >> you have a great booty, girl. >> doesn't she and makes everything look more rounded and move lifted so you can do 300 squats a day or buy these jeans and also has compression in here so everything else gets nice and sucked in. >> but turn around, first of all. we won't show your fannie anymore. you have a great shape. sometimes we love the spandex in our jeans but they kind of loosen up and then no matter how great a shape you have, they get a little -- >> they get a little saggy.
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>> no, that pocket is so high. it's like -- >> exactly. and the darts, where the darts are, also another thing that will prevent that from happening. >> how do you feel? >> i feel good, really good. >> you get to take those home. enjoy. >> thank you. [ applause ] >> so, lara, i'm so glad you were talking about the feel of jeans and what they feel like because a lot of women don't like to wear jeans because they feel like they're binding into them or cutting into them. that's the brilliance of these lee dream jeans, so foal them open. our model kylie is wearing a pair, so do you want to tell lara hugh they feel? >> oh, my gosh. >> this is that stretch thing but i just like it so comfy but then i don't want -- >> you're going to love this even more because on the inside, it's lined with yoga pants so feels like yoga pants but feel how soft. >> that is fantastic. >> online reviews, people are going bonkers for these because they are so comfortable.
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ago. >> yes. >> this looks like denim. >> remember jeggings. that was an unfortunate moment too. >> it feels like a yoga pant. >> can i see? wow, they feel comfortable? >> absolutely. >> and, again, under $50. okay, so this is really awesome and another innovation. this is like a glove and i know she's not wearing jeans but bear with me. these are smart leggings. you know sometimes there's vanity sizing. you don't to what size you are, so, lillian, if you'll press that button, this is connected to a free app on your smartphone. smart leggings. >> what? >> they're starting to compress her body and you can see that it's measuring all of her contours, all of her sizes. >> where do we find these? >> on and then what happens is they will recommend what size you are in a catalog of brands. >> that's unbelievable. >> so you don't have to remember am i zero in this, am i 6 in this one, a 10? there's too many numbers and this figures it out for you. >> lori bergamotto has her ph.d. in denim. amazing stuff. thank you.
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>> we have a little present. everybody in the audience, yes, you too is getting one pair of jeans, so enjoy. thank you, thank you. >> thank you. >> professor, professor. >> thank you. coming up on "good morning america," the stars of the new tim burton movie are with us. don't go anywhere.
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butterfield, eva green and ella purness from tim burton's new movie "miss peregrine's home for peculiar children." it's getting peculiar in here because we have a bed of nails, but first a clip from the movie so take a look. >> peculiars have been persecuted through the ages. hence, we live in places like this. i'm a type of peculiar called an ymbrynes. >> yeah, you turn into a bird.
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ymbrynes' main skill is the manipulation of time. we choose a safe place, a safe day and create a loop. >> what do you mean? >> well, a loop reserves the last 24 hours, reset the loop and the day is yours to live in again. [ applause ] >> eva, you're so good, and i love the description of tim burton. tim burton calls your character scary poppins, but i wonder, did you get a maternal feeling with all the young co-stars running around? >> yeah, of course. i mean, she can be quite tough. she's very strict. she has lots of rules, but she has a big heart, you know, and those -- my character has to look after those gorgeous children who had those weird abilities and, yeah, she's very maternal. >> very maternal and, ella, i know you have a really cool superpower. >> uh-huh. >> you don't weigh anything. >> huh-uh. >> you can control air but you have to wear these boots and it looks so -- they're heavy. they're uncomfortable. >> yeah, i'm glad i look that
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they weren't that bad in real life. you get used to them i guess after six months. they were slightly weighted, but i guess the hardest part was the floating, yeah, and the underwater stuff. >> speaking of underwater, you did your own stunts. >> yes. >> and you were champs to do this, but underwater -- how hard is it to be underwater with no contacts? >> tricky. we're in this tank basically and they paint all the walls of the tank green so you have no sense of depth anyway. you're in this big, green space and you can kind of make out where the other person is just vaguely through the blurry water. >> you have to keep your eyes open the entire time? >> you have to keep your eyes open. >> what kind of training do you do for that? >> no, i couldn't swim before i did this movie. >> i think that's a little dangerous. >> no, i learned -- i can swim. i just sort of drown and so i had to practice swimming but we did a couple of days of diving
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tanks and the masks. one day of diving. >> you had asa there. he would have been the hero in "stepped up." >> oh, yeah. >> we have a question from a young fan and here's the question. >> both: what's your peculiar talent? >> their peculiar talent is to be really cute and do a spin, so, eva, what is your peculiar talent? >> well, i can make myself invisible. >> really? >> y i'm not going to do it right away but i can. >> you're so good. you did it and came back. we didn't even see it. and, ella, what your talent? >> take your pick. i have many peculiar things. i can do weird things with my eyes. sorry if that freaked anyone out. >> you can't swim but can you do that? >> uh-huh. >> that's a good one and asa, what about you? >> i got various kind of useless peculiar talents.
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seconds, in fact. >> really? >> you have to take my word for it. >> we want to get this in. we have some time. we have this bed of nails and i got to say, i think you're going to do something with this. >> you're the man. >> and these are real, people. did i tell you those are real? >> i guess. this is what we do, right? >> and i need to help you. >> i'm in your hands this time. don't drop me. >> this is like -- okay, you have a friendship thing here. >> all right. i guess we just kind of -- we go down like this. >> okay. >> whoo. not too bad. holy -- whoo. that's not too bad. not too bad. >> that's not too bad. >> hey. >> they have peculiar talents, everybody. "miss peregrine's home for peculiar children" hits theaters this friday. make sure you go check it all out and everybody stay right there. we'll be right back. you let me know. come on. here we go.
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everybody. bye. bye. good morning. the time is 8:56. i'm christopher sign. you saw it first on abc15. and police officers have
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shootout with officers in maricopa is a border patrol agent. jeremy russo was armed with what appeared to be an ar-15 and was firing at neighbors and houses down the street. other members of the family made it out safely. dozens of shots were exchanged. it's not known if russo was shot by police officers or took his his body was found in a closet by a robot. the dark gloomy skies making it to the phoenix metro as we look live with our valley cam. this is pointed to the southeast where i'm seeing showers in sun lakes and chandler. and south of there moving up to queen creek getting the light rainfall. light rain here, and you might have to use the windshield
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on the loop 202 and the southern portions of the 10. chances for rain continue and we could see storms this afternoon. a high of 91 later. we have a lot of delays on the freeways. and i want to head to the east valley where you could see some of the showers and a 14-minute desert drive time. this is i-10 westbound. the crash on the 60 is now clear. and i want to give you a look at a crash on i-17. southbound at 19th it's off to the right now but a lot of slowing in the area. join us next on sonoran living, one way to combat cancer is by keeping your weight under control.
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