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making news in america this morning -- president-elect trump and his first tv interview since winning the election. what he's saying about the protests around the country, abortion, immigration, and that wall. >> trump's team taking shab. who is filling key roles in trump's administration? and the phone call last night from china. deadly earthquake. new zealand rocked by more aftershocks overnight as new video of the powerful quake comes in. and the herd now stranded after a landslide. and supermoon in it's shining glory. why we haven't seen the moon like this since 1948. and good monday morning to you.
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diane are off today. >> and i'm adrienne bankert. good to be with you. >> likewise. we begin with the donald trump white house beginning to take shape as he fills two key positions. >> but many people across the country are not taking the outcome of the election in stride. protesters hit the streets in major cities. for the fifth straight night outraged by trump's comments and policies. after deriding china throughout much of his campaign, trump has now spoken to the chinese president and says they've established a clear sense of mutual resct first tv interview since the election to clarify some of his suggest campaign promises. and address the anger on display many many cities. >> don't be afraid. we're going to bring our country back. but certainly don't be afraid. we just had an election. and -- sort of like you have to be given a little time. >> reporter: mr. trump was also
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popping up in his name or against his supporters. and reports of racial slurs and personal threats to minorities by some of his supporters. >> i'm surprised to hear that. i hate to hear that. i'm so saddened to hear that. and i say stop it. if it -- if it helps. i will say this. and i'll say it right to the camera. stop it. >> reporter: trump addressed a number of his top campaign promises during this "60 minutes" intervie building a wall along the mexican border. >> they're talking about a fence in the republican congress. would you accept a fence? >> for certain areas i would. for certain areas, a wall is more appropriate. i'm very good at this. it's called construction. >> reporter: and on his campaign pledge to deport millions of undocumented imgranlts, he said that would begin immediately. >> what we are going to do is get people that are criminal, have criminal records, fwang members, drug dealers. we have a lot of these people. we're getting them out of our
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incarcerate. >> reporter: trump restated his pledge to roll back abortion rights, pledging to appoint justices who could overturn rover us is wade. sending the issue back to the states. if a woman is seeking an abortion -- >> they'll perhaps have to go another state. >> reporter: on another controversial issue, marriage equality, he said the issue of same-sex marriage is settled. >> these cases have gone to the supreme court. they've been settled. and i'm -- i'm fine with that. >> reporter: on foreign policy, details about his plan to defeat isis. >> i don't want to tell anybody anything. >> what about the american people? >> we have great generals. we have great generals. >> you said you knew more than the generals about isis. >> uh, well -- i'll be honts with you, i probably do. because look at the job they've done. >> reporter: another priority, repealing and replacing obamacare. he said people with pre-existing conditions would be covered
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as would older children living at home. regarding his frequent use of social media, he's leaving open the option of using twitter to speak to all americans. >> i'm going to do very restrained, if i use it at all. it's a modern form of communication. >> reporter: president-elect trump telling "60 minutes" he would decline the president's $400,000 salary and will only take $1 a year. and donald trump is huddling with top aides as he staffs his new administration. he's made two key picks with starkly different backgrounds. >> trump has tapped rnc chair reince priebus as white house chief of staff. and former breitbart executive steve bannon will serve as a top adviser. abc news's janai norman has the details. >> reporter: good morning. can you believe it. we're 67 days out from the inauguration and seeing trump's first big decisions as president-elect. at the same time, we're hearing more about his big
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the future of the government is taking shape. president-elect trump announcing chairman of the republican party reince priebus will be chief of staff. >> you probably heard me say it. drain the swamp. >> reporter: on one hand, choosing a washington insider with deep ties to republican leadership and on the other, a fierce critic of the gop establishment, announcing former head of conservative breitbart news steve bannon will serve as chief strategist and senior counsellor, a move sparking a fire storm of criticism because of bannon's alleged ties to the alt-right and white nationalist movement. the president-elect was back on twitter with multiple tweets yesterday where he bashed "the new york times" and posted about the numerous congratulatory phone calls he's received since winning the election, including
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adrienne and gio? >> thank you so much, janai norman. donald trump is looking to put off the lawsuit against his now-defunct trump university until after the inauguration. a lawyer for trump has filed a motion to delay the fraud trial so the president-elect with focus on the move to the white house. the class-action lawsuit accuses trump university of failing on its promise to teach success in real estate. it's set to begin in two weeks. overseas to new zealand where strong aftershocks are still being felt after a powerful 7.8 magnitude earthquake. the quake triggering landslides and a small tsunami, cracking apart roads and homes and levering two people dead. a 5.8 aftershock hit the country overnight. take a look at this aerial view of cows stranded on an island of grass after their pasture was ripped apart by the quake. and we have more new video. this is inside a golf store. merchandise all over the store
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>> wow, incredible video there. and here in the u.s., dozens of wildfires in the southeast with no rain in sight. more than 70,000 acres in eight states have been destroyed so far. the thick smoke is now posing a health hazard in several areas. some residents have been evacuated. and highways. a section of the appalachian trail is now closed. officials believe many of the wildfires were started by arson. 21-year-old johnny mullins admitted to setting a fire in kentucky. to draw attention to his facebook page. listen to this. there is the aspiring weatherman. he would post videos about weather issues, including one taken at the scene of a wildfire. >> not a good idea. i'm glad that they caught him on video. still ahead no need to peek outside. we're going to show you some of the best photos from the supermoon happening right now. and a woman accused of killing her twin by driving off a cliff. why the sudden arrest after being initially cleared.
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heart attacks. how to reduce your risk even when genetics are a major
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hundreds of people have gathered in northern california to mourn the loss of a sheriff's deputy who authorities say was executed while responding to a call. dennis wallace was killed with to shots to the head. his death marks the fifth california law officer killed in the line of duty in just two months. a suspect was caught after a manhunt. and angry protesters filled the streets of cincinnati after a mistrial of a police officer
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the jury was unable to decide if the actions of university of cincinnati officer ray tensing were warranted. sam debose was killed during a traffic stop. the officer was wearing a t-shirt of a confederate flag under his uniform. he claims he fired in self-defense. a new study shows a healthy lifestyle can counter the people are minimize an inherited risk for heart attack by living right -- exercising, eating healthy, staying slim, not smoking. you know, all the stuff we're told to do in general. scientists say with even a little effort, people can cut their high genetic risk by more than half. a consumer alert for you right now. toyota is agreeing to pay up to $3.4 billion to settle claims over rust. owners of 1.5 million suvs and pickups had sued, saying their
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protection against corrosion. the model years ranged from 2005 to 2010. tributes pouring in this morning for rock 'n' roll legend leon russell. ? i'm up on the tight wire one side's ice and one is fire ? >> his classical training and oklahoma roots infused hits like "tightrope" and "a song for you." elton john is one of the many stars mourning the loss, writing that russell was a mentor and inspiration. he died in his sleep at his nashville home. he was 74 what a legend. >> yeah, seriously. when we come back, it's already being called the miracle on the big muddy. a dramatic sunday in new orleans. why one player credits ballet classes with the winning play. and notorious rbg gets a standing "o." ruth bader ginsburg takes the stage, next, right here on "america this morning." he stage, next, right here on "america this morning." start?
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los angeles. a speeding bmw hit a toyota, sheered off a fire hydrant. and downed powerlines, which in turn elect try fied all that water. >> oh, scary. now for a look at road conditions this morning. heavy rain in the northwest. 1 to 2 inches of rain likely. a few showers in the mid-atlantic. a woman who survived a car crash in hawaii that claimed the life of her twin sister has been arrested again. >> yeah, this new twist in the case charges were dropped earlier this year for insufficient evidence. witnesses say there was screaming and hair-pulling before the suv plunged off a cliff. more from abc's linsey davis. >> reporter: the lone survivor of this fatal crash in hawaii is once again in police custody accused of murder. yoga instructor alexandra duval was arrested in upstate new york over the weekend for the second time. investigators say last may,
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suv off this 200-foot cliff in hawaii with her sister, anastasia, in the passenger seat. >> she was angrily arguing with the person. and she was in a rage. >> reporter: duval said the crash was an accident. in june, a judge threw out the charges against her. ordering her release. citing no probable cause for murder. then last month, that grand jury indictment. >> it's the things that are missing from this case that actually make this case. >> reporter: linsey davis, abc news, new york. >> all right, thank you so much. new details emergi the suspected serial killer in south carolina. todd kohlhepp was arrested after a missing woman was found chained inside a storage trailer on his proper. . he then allegedly confessed to four murders. despite being a registered sex offender, he had built a successful real estate business. police working on the case -- >> she looked at me and said thank you so much for finding me. there are details the public
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and if all the details are made available, it will be shocking to the public. >> and we should tell you kohlhepp has a public defender but has not entered a plea. a police officer in michigan is suspended. after he displayed a confederate flag at a political rally while off duty. traverse city officer michael peters drove a pickup truck decorated with the confederate flag to a love trumps hate rally and parked and drank a beer. word eventually got back to the police chief who announced the ses pension while the matter is being investigated. now time for sports. a super bowl 50 rematch between the patriots and the seahawks. >> we get the highlights now from espn. good morning, america. i don't know if you recall super bowl xlix. it featured the seahawks and the patriots. they gotting to sunday night. there wasn't a lombardi trophy. fourth quarter, patriots down seven. 1:30 left. tommy, trying to drive 'em down
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we're inside the 5. goal line stand. it comes down to fourth and goal at the 2. gronk, split out wide. kam chancellor, the all pro on the all-pro tight end. brady, the fade. we've got contact. we've got a collision. we've got no flag. we've got no score. gronkowski getting into chancellor. replay, not enough contact. there is no play. doesn't matter. pete carroll is happy. his team wins. record crowd in pittsburgh to watch the cowboys and steelers. pittsburgh down, 29-24. clock winding down. looks like they're gonna clock the ball. no. ben roethlisberger gave them the okeydoke. finds antonio brown. that's a touchdown. steelers are ahead. cowboys come right back. they only need a field goal. instead, zeke elliott races off 32 yards for his thirst touchdown of the game. the cowboys take it by a final of 35-30. america, i have like 88 more minutes of sports news. i just don't have the time. you want to see those 88
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thank for watching. >> thank you, john. we'll take your word for that. we have to show you this incredible moment from the broncos-saints showdown. >> the final 90 seconds of the game, saints qb drew brees throws a 32-yard touchdown the tie the game, 23-23. saints set up for the extra point. it's blocked. >> will parks picks it up and runs for the safety. he credits ballet classes he took in the fourth grade for helping him tiptoe up the saints sideline. i thought all football players had to or was that just an old wives tail? >> i think so. i think so. up next right here in "the pulse." maybe his bike isn't born to run. bruce springsteen needing some help after breaking down. and out of this world. a selfie from space. taken 50 years ago.
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? w e gotta get out while we're young cause tramps like us, baby we were born to run ? time to check "the pulse." starting with veterans coming to the rescue of the boss. >> the boss. bruce springsteen's motorcycle broke down by the side of the rode. american legion members stopped by to help. >> he jump toniged on the back their bike. >> they say he's down to earth. this weekend, ruth bader ginsburg got laughter and applause. she made her grand opera debut
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>> the nonsinging role and ginsburg read her lines, in english, apparently off crib sheets hidden in the props. she still stole is the show. she's an opera fan. someone else will take over the role now for the rest of the washington national opera. >> nice surprise for the people in the stands. after all, she still has her day job. a selfie like no other is making the rounds on twitter. buzz aldrin took it in orbit 50 years ago yesterday. >> yeah, planet earth. he was whizzing around every 90 minutes. aldrin best known as the second man to walk on the moon durlg apollo 11. these photos taken three years earlier. before selfie was considered, he was taking them. way to be ahead of your time, buzz aldrin. if you don't get a chance heading out the door this morning, look up at the sky tonight. the supermoon is back.
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checking out our top stories the this morning, donald trump has exchanged pleasantries with the president of china, saying they have established a clear sense of mutual respect. meanwhile, trump is vowing to deport up to 3 million undocumented immigrant who is have committed crimes. and he's filling two key positions, naming reince priebus as chief of staff and steve bannon as top adviser. president obama is certain to get questions about trump during his first news conference after the election. abc news will carry that live. this afternoon. the president then travels to greece, germany, and peru. dry and mild across the ohio and mississippi valleys. plenty of sunshine there california to colorado. >> nice and toasty everywhere. finally this morning, we
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prodigies. kid who is excel way before their peers. >> this morning, a 4-year-old who is playing college baseball. here's abc's john donvan. >> reporter: signed to play college ball and he's just 4. no wonder ari schultz is the kid with the home run smile. he loves it the. >> you've got quite an arm there. >> reporter: he's been swinging a bat since he was a toddler. he was always good in front basketball hoop, too. all this bede spite the hit to his health his whole life. he's been through open-heart surgery several times. >> we're waiting for a new heart. he really needs one. >> reporter: yet, that grin is always there. >> he'll wake up in the morning and say, mom, i'm going to play every single sport today. and he will. >> reporter: that grin was there when he met the ball players of assumption college, part of team
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with chronic medical challenges. what they did is sign him. yeah. it's kind of make believe. >> how cool is this? >> very cool. >> reporter: he's waiting for a heart transplant. the next chapter for this future ball star who has so much heart already. >> he's preeshs. >> so little. doing so much. >> and inspiring other people. we see stories like thp it makes you think, what can i do to make somebody's life sweeter it doesn't have to necessarily be something big. it has to be something thoughtful and thought-provoking. >> i'm glad you said that. >> i'm glad you're with me. that is what's making news in america this morning. >> stay with us for "good morning america."
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this is abc15 news. taking action. >> a fight at a glendale bakery gets out of hand early this morning with one guy pulling out a knife. plus, several valley neighborhoods are mad somebody went around shooting out of car windows. thousands of people taking to the streets around the country protesting donald trump become the next president, that is he changing his tune about building the wall? those stories in just a moment. we have some breaking news so we will get over to christopher sign at the live desk. >> two men are dead after a high-speed collision. authorities say it was not


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