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good morning, america. donald trump and hillary clinton on attack. >> the secret is he has no plan. >> putin looks at her and he laughs, okay. >> trading sharp jabs over her e-mail, his taxes and isis. a war of words even before the debate. tropical storm alert. newton slamming mexico now heading for arizona on its way to making history, as the southwest and the midwest brace for dangerous rain and flash floods. fox news fallout. former anchor gretchen carlson gets $20 million in a massive settlement after those bombshell sexual harassment allegations against ex-chief roger ailes. the secret recordings that could be behind the deal and why is another top star leaving unexpectedly. and get ready to dance from olympic champs to a former presidential candidate and the
the whole "dancing with the stars" cast here for their first live interview and our biggest party yet. >> a megasexy megahit. >> you don't want to miss it only on "gma." ? oh whoa whoa ? and good morning, america. that's not all who is here today. look at the cast of "dancing with the stars" here for our big party this morning. we have a lot of fun this >> that's right, the full cast as you can see arriving and michael, trust us, it's always a wild and crazy morning. >> yeah, george warned me. george said, michael, brace yourself. laurie hernandez, ryan lochte, the olympian, marcia brady, aka maureen mccormick, is here. vanilla ice is here and former presidential candidate rick perry. every year we say how can they outdo themselves. they've outdone themselves, a very eclectic group. >> our spies say rick perry can
>> i didn't know we had spies. >> george always has the inside on everything. and speaking of presidential candidates, just 62 days until the election and the war of words reaching a fever pitch. both candidates painting their opponent as a danger to national security. trump's campaign manager kellyanne conway is here. george is going to speak with her live in just a moment. but first, abc's jon karl is on the trail in greenville, north carolina, where trump took on hillary clinton and her e-mails overnight. good morning, jon. >> reporter: good morning, robin. trump went after clinton using that recently released fbi report on her e-mails to say that she is unfit for office which, of course, is exactly what hillary clinton says about donald trump. overnight in north carolina, donald trump offered a point-by-point indictment of hillary clinton. he zeroed in on the fbi report revealing how her staff destroyed the devices that she used as secretary of state.
phones so they couldn't be turned over and, by the way, who uses 13 different iphones? in four years? who? the only people who use that many phones are usually involved in very, very and i mean very shady activity. >> reporter: trump called it worst than watergate prompting chants of "lock her up" from his supporters. >> let's do better than that. let's win on november 8th. >> reporter: the actual debates are weeks away, but the candidates are already engaged in a virtual debate. on foreign policy. >> putin looks at her and he laughs, okay. he laughs. >> he says he has a secret plan to defeat isis. but the secret is, he has to
>> reporter: on care of veterans. >> his whole campaign has been one long insult to all those who have worn the uniform to protect our most cherished american values. >> hillary clinton said everything is working just fine. she doesn't know that people are standing on line for seven days to see a doctor and dying. >> reporter: but as trump hit clinton for lack of transparency. she fired back at him for telling abc news that nobody cares about his taxes. >> i just think he's dead wrong. clearly his tax returns tell a deserve and need to know. >> reporter: but overnight, trump said he would release his tax returns immediately if clinton releases all of her deleted e-mails. >> let her release her e-mails and i'll release my tax returns immediately. >> reporter: now, just a few seconds after making that pledge that he would be open to releasing his tax returns, george, he seemed to take it back saying that would be, of course, only after the irs audit of his taxes were complete.
trump will appear on the same stage tonight, although at different times, at a national security forum in new york. >> that's right, okay, jon karl, thanks very much. let's talk about all this now with kellyanne conway, donald trump's campaign manager, and i want to start out with national security because that's what you'll talk about
tonight. it's shown you are moving up in the polls over the last week. a clinton super pac is hitting back hard with this new ad. >> i'm really good at -- i love war in a certain way. including with nukes, yes, i know more about isis than the generals do, believe me. >> i love war, putting nuclear weapons on the table. the clinton camp says that's irresponsible. >> what's irresponsible is cherry-picking little snippets of what he said. this woman was secretary of state for four years. and i think the reason she's
in part because people aren't fond of that record and she will be held account for that record. she's actually been in control of many aspects of our national security and our troops and defense and i think that given all of her super pac, including her campaign having spent over $200 million most in paid advertising, one wonders why is she not at 50%, 60% in the polls. hillary clinton has a hillary clinton problem. >> what does he mean when he says i love war? >> i'd have to see the entire snippet there but obviously, many commanders-in-chief have made the very difficult decision to go to war. you have hillary clinton as secretary of state calling a russia reset that didn't work, she was wrong on libya, she was wrong on syria and certainly wrong on benghazi, and i think they'll both be held to account for that. but we need to -- this is why it's so important to come out of hiding and i'm glad mrs. clinton has done that because people deserve a conversation with the candidates and don't just do ads against each other. we do very few ads. mr. trump was with 88 -- he had
support him yesterday and he did a military preparedness town hall in virginia, and then he was in north carolina and got to talk to the voters directly. >> those conversations are certainly coming. mr. trump has been hitting clinton on the clinton foundation saying it's pay to play but, yet, the front page of "the new york times," says a lot of contribution that his foundation made to pam bondi, the time line is, they spoke on the phone. an investigation was announced into trump university. trump foundation accepts a $25,000 check. the investigation is called off. if that were mrs. clinton wouldn't you be calling that pay to play? >> well, i would ask her what happened, and in the case of mr. trump and attorney general bondi, they both said they never discussed the trump university lawsuit. mr. trump -- >> they did talk on the phone at that time period. >> they may have talked about anything. he has a residence in florida. >> and she asked for a contribution. >> for her re-election. he has supported many, many republican candidates. but we do know that mrs. clinton, secretary clinton used the state department as a
that's been evidenced. half the meetings by those who gave money. there's actually no comparison of a man who gives consistently to republican candidates in the re-election and had her official staff that we pay for, bartering for position and bartering for state dinners and, you know, just making contributions that are inappropriate, the state department is a very busy place. we should be getting human rights for those women and girls who are disrespected around the world and not worry about foreign governments coming in. >> roger ailes, fox news paying a $20 million settlement over that sexual harassment lawsuit. a lot reporting mr. ailes is helping with attack lines. is that appropriate in light of this settlement? >> so, i'm at trump tower every day. i'm the campaign manager. i've never seen mr. ailes there. i saw him one time for lunch recently. he was at lunch and -- >> but he is giving mr. trump advice, isn't he? >> well, mr. trump -- i don't know because mr. trump speaks to
i'm not there and they have known each other for 30 years pre-fox news and pre-presidential politics. >> kellyanne conway, thanks. >> thanks for having me. >> thank you, george. now to that deadly hurricane to hit mexico on the move this morning and the tropical storm could make history in the u.s. and ginger has been tracking the storm and, ginger, what do we have? >> newton is now a tropical storm in northwestern mexico about to cross the border into arizona. that's right, i said a tropical rare. so, if it does indeed stay a tropical storm and make its way right there over tucson, not only see wind and a lot of rain but it only be the sixth time in recorded history that arizona has direct impact from a tropical storm. so what does that mean for you? you can get 2 inches to 4 inches of rain falling quickly. it is so dry in the southwest as we know with a lot of drought in place, that's going to be a big issue. you can also see the moisture get trapped as far north as wisconsin so, michael, not only is this a big deal for a huge swath of the country but my
so, there is a lot of work here and, janice, i got you, all right. >> may be moving in with you. >> right. >> a little bit. >> that's right. >> thank you, ginger. we're going to get the latest now on bill cosby. he appeared in a pennsylvania court yesterday where a judge set a june trial date for his sexual assault case. abc's linsey davis has been covering it from the start, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, george. bill cosby's lead attorney says his client has been the victim of and while he contends that for the past 14 months the sexual assault allegations against cosby have played out in the court of public opinion nine months from now they will be laid out in criminal court when his client goes to trial. bill cosby will have his day in court no later than june 5th of next year. his legal team says they welcome the trial date. >> the time has come for somebody somewhere to shine a spotlight on the trampling of this man's civil rights and that time is now. >> reporter: the three counts of felony aggravated indecent assault stemmed from an alleged incident in 2004.
employee andrea constand alleges the 79-year-old entertainer drugged and molested her at his pennsylvania home. she is one of at least 50 women who have accused the comedian of sexual assault. prosecutors hope to paint cosby as a serial offender and are asking the judge to allow 13 accusers to testify at the trial. women that they say could demonstrate a pattern of behavior that's consistent with constand's allegations. >> if it wasn't important we wouldn't be seeking to introduce it. >> reporter: cosby has maintained all along that the encounter with constand was consensual and long denied the other allegations. >> women should not be objectified but not at the cost of sacrificing every person's fundamental right to be deemed innocent before proven guilty. >> reporter: cosby's lead attorney says they'll likely ask for a change of venue but the judge points out that due to the international attention this case has garnered it'll be difficult to find prospective
familiar with the details of the case. robin. >> all right, linsey, thank you. now to that big break in the case of a missing child who vanished nearly 27 years ago, a minnesota man confessing in chilling detail about abducting and killing 11-year-old jacob wetterling in 1989. abc's alex perez has all the details for us. good morning, alex. >> reporter: hey, good morning, robin. investigators say the man responsible for jacob's death had been a suspect for years but it wasn't until they nabbed him on a separate case that he finally confessed. after nearly three decades jacob wetterling's family and friends in a minnesota courtroom finally learning the horrific truth about his disappearance. >> i want to say, jacob, i'm so sorry. >> reporter: danny heinrich confessing in federal court tuesday as part of a plea deal. the 53-year-old already behind bars for child pornography charges. >> danny heinrich is no longer a person of interest but the
of jacob wetterling. >> reporter: heinrich revealed grim details of his death admitting he abducted him and sexually abused him before shooting him. >> last week, an 11-year-old boy was kidnapped from the streets of st. joseph, minnesota. >> reporter: in 1989, wetterling vanished riding his bicycle with his brother and friend. police reporting a masked gunman kidnapped the boy, leading to a massive search for any leads behind his disappearance. >> mornings are i think the worst for me. >> reporter: the case growing cold until heinrich gave the fbi a tip last week. >> he led investigators to the burial site, finally we knew, finally the wetterling family could lay their son to rest. >> for us, jacob was alive till we found him. >> reporter: over the last 27 years, jacob's parents have become national advocates for
will spend 20 years behind bars. robin. >> all right, alex, thank you. we're definitely thinking of jacob's family this morning. let's go to amy with today's other top stories, starting with a nationwide manhunt. >> that's right. this story breaking overnight, a murder suspect who escaped from police custody in las vegas has been captured after a four-day manhunt, alonso perez. he escaped from his handcuffed after he was left unattended. in a police interrogation room. and a developing story in potential terrorism plot outside notre dame cathedral. police now confirm they found a vehicle packed with gas cyli cylinders s out the cathedral o sunday. and there are new details on the $1.7 billion the u.s. paid iran this year. the obama administration now acknowledging the payment was made entirely in cash. critics claim the payment was
but the white house insists it was a settlement stemming from the 1970s and says cash was necessary because sanctions blocked iran from using the global banking system. well, a record-breaking american astronaut has returned to earth joining two russians in a soyuz capsule landing in central asia. jeff williams spent six months on the space station during four missions, he spent a record 534 days in orbit. and an unusual landing for a suspected drunk driver in connecticut. his car ended up lodged into this building eight feet off the ground. police say he fled but was caught just a short time later but what a stunning photo there. and finally, basketball superstar steph curry is on a promotional tour overseas and he decided to join a game in taiwan but watch what happened when he tried to make one of his famous three-point shots, boom, he was blocked. >> whoa. >> by a 17-year-old. everyone was shocked. curry complimented the young man
basketball camp in the u.s. but, you know, he made 402 three-pointers last season alone. just took that one 17-year-old, i don't think so. not so fast. >> every kid will try to block his shots so they get invited to his camp. >> picture his whole life. that's fantastic. >> absolutely. and another thing everybody is excited about, big apple announcement. a lot of people are anticipating this, lots of talk that an iphone 7 will be revealed later today, and abc's neal karlinsky is in san francisco outside the auditorium where the announcement is expected. good morning, neal, how are you? >> reporter: michael, good morning. big day out here. >> really big day. you remember when your iphone was this size. that's about the size of my thumb right now. but now what do you remember -- what do you expect from this new iphone 7? what can we all look forward to? >> you know what, i've got one of my old ones too.
look at that. a huge difference that they've come but now i think the new iphone we'll see today is not going to be as drastic a change at least in appearance from the iphone 6. >> the big thing everyone is talking about is no headphone jack. a lot of us have bought headphones, i know have. some really expensive. what is going on with the no headphone jack? is that something that's reality? >> reporter: here's what we're expecting from the new iphone 7 and it is actually one of the smallest parts right down there, yore it's that headphone jack. we think apple is taking that away. taking that real estate back. possibly for another speaker, possibly to make the phone more waterproof. possibly for a larger battery. another big change we're expecting is for the first time that home button won't be an actual physical button that you can push in. it'll be a touch sensitive area on the phone and one other big thing, it's not as sexy but it's important to a lot of people, that's possibly more storage, 32 gigs in the base model. that's a big deal for a lot of people who are constantly having
make room on their phones. but you're right, it's that headphone jack that has a lot of people buzzing. you'll likely get an adapter or have to buy an adapter so you won't have to throw out those expensive headphones and there might possibly be some wireless headphones too. >> i don't know about you, neal, but i think more storage is very sexy. very sexy to me. always use more storage. >> you're heading into dangerous territory right there. >> not going there too early. neal, thank you, and hopefully we can see that iphone 7 on the shelves soon. let's go back to ginger with snow in the rockies and heat in the east. >> yes, you know it's autumn when we're looking at this. this is montana so this is higher elevation, right. but they did get the snow and then summer not over at all. the heat and humidity building and it will feel like the 90s and 100s from the mid-atlantic through the northeast through
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? welcome back to "gma." take a look at that winning moment from season 22 of "dancing with the stars." nyle and peta crowned the champs. this morning, the brand-new cast here live coming into times square. the dancing has already begun. we got a big performance ahead. >> we can't wait for that, just moments away from that. but also right now, donald trump and hillary clinton trading attacks ahead of the first debates which are just weeks away. trump's campaign manager spoke live with george, kellyanne conway, and she questioned hillary clinton's record on national security and says she doesn't know if roger ailes is giving trump advice. and president obama is overseas this morning making history with his trip to laos. the first sitting american president to visit there touring a centuries-old buddhist temple this morning and revealing he'd
and also this morning, the boss, bruce springsteen, he's used to making millions of fans happy at his concerts rocking out for nearly four hours but this morning the very surprising revelation from the boss himself opening up in a way he's never done before about some dark days and what's behind them and we'll have all those details on our big board. >> chris connelly talking about that. >> serious revelations right there. but we begin with those bombshell announcements from fox news. they agreed to pay gretchen carlson a stagge to settle a sex yal harassment suit against roger aileshg s. amy is here with the latest and, amy, that other surprise longtime anchor greta van susteren announced she is out, as well. >> greta is out and gretchen is getting a big settlement. when she filed her lawsuit two months ago no one knew what would happen taking on one of the most powerful men in the news business, it seemed like a big risk, but now she has won a major victory and the fallout may be far from over. >> big lawsuit, big payout.
>> settled a sexual discrimination lawsuit. >> reporter: fox news making headlines of its own just two months after the bombshell lawsuit from former "fox & friends" anchor gretchen carlson against the powerful fox news chief roger ailes for sexual harassment. the network's parent company is settling for $20 million. the announcement after a scathing "new york" magazine article alleging carlson had been secretly recording conversations with him since 2014. according to the report in one recording he allegedly told her, i think you and i should have had a sexual relationship a long time ago and then you'd be good and better and i'd be good and better. >> the parent company wanted this to be over and done with. they're trying to have this be part of the past, not part of their future. >> reporter: in an unprecedented public apology to carlson 21st century fox said we sincerely regret and apologize for the fact that gretchen was not treated with the respect and dignity that she and all of our colleagues deserve.
in june responded saying, i'm ready to move on to the next chapter of my life in which i will redouble my efforts to empower women in the workplace. as roger ailes who has always denied the allegations resigned from fox news two weeks after the lawsuit was filed, his lawyers told abc news, he is not contributing to the $20 million settlement and, just minutes after that settlement made news, an abrupt statement announcing the departure of greta van when the allegations first surfaced. >> there's so much going on beyond on the record. >> reporter: fox news saying we are grateful for greta's many contributions over the years and wish her continued success. later that day, greta writing on her facebook page, fox has not felt like home to me for a few years. a source close to greta told abc news that she exercised what is called the key man clause in her contract which allowed her to leave if ailes was no longer at the helm. miss van susteren's husband said in a phone interview with "the new york times" on tuesday, there is so much chaos it's very
and as a part of ailes' severance package he received a reported $40 million payout which would be double what carlson will receive in her settlement. george. >> yeah, and he's not paying any part of the carlson settlement. let's talk to dan abrams about this right now. pretty unusual to see that apology from fox news -- i mean from 21st century fox in addition to paying the $20 million. we also have known reports of other cases being settled. will that open the door to new >> well, i think the $20 million will open the door to new cases. wow, they're willing to pay 20 million in a case like this. keep in mind, nationally, the average sexual harassment settlement is five figures, meaning 50,000 to $100,000 range. you're talking about 20 million. gretchen carlson was not one of the higher paid people at fox news. so this is a gigantic settlement number from fox and the fact that they also included a written apology is incredibly
was part of the settlement agreement. >> the demand. >> right. this was not just something fox decided to put out. it's incredibly unusual to see this kind of number and apology. >> the other unusual element she sued roger ailes personally, yet 21st century fox comes up and makes the settlement. >> look, it was always clear that it was going to come down to 21st century fox because he was working for them. you catr personally and try to make him the one accountable but when he's working in his capacity as the chairman of fox news, they're going to be the ones that have to pay for it in the end. >> so you won't be surprised to see more suits? >> there's still the statute of limitations. you can't start bringing stuff up from many, many years ago. there has to be stuff relatively recent, last few years or so for it to be a legitimate lawsuit. >> how about this greta van susteren case. her husband a prominent attorney, as well, telling "the new york times" there's more
what could that be about? >> it seems what happened greta tried to play hardball when interest came to negotiations and saw an opportunity, had an opportunity legally to get out of her contract if roger ailes was no longer there. she basically says to fox, i want out of my contract. and they say, well, we're not going to negotiate. it's over. we're done. so, she may have overstated her import to fox and as a result, made a bad call when it came to the negotiations but it sounds like there could be some additional legal wrangling between her and fox as well. >> okay, dan abrams, thanks very much. >> all right, very interesting. coming up on our big board, rock 'n' roll legend bruce springsteen opening up about his difficult battle with depression. what's behind it, and the latest on how he's doing. plus, the colin kaepernick debate is heating up again as team usa's hockey coach steps in threatening to bench players who protest the national anthem. is he going too far? our insiders are here. we'll discuss that in just two minutes. discuss that in just tw
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song called "this depression" but at home it was definitely a factor and credits his wife patty with being able to spot when something is wrong and this man needs a pill. it's a sobering thing from someone. he's heard the cheers across the country, a lot of them in the same stadium, michael, where you heard them back in the day. >> he heard it more than we did. more than we did. >> but when you leave the stage it's just not the same. >> a different thing. it's real life after that. when he talked to "vanity fair" this is what he said. his father suffered from depression. he was afraid he would go down the same path that his father he said you don't know the illness's parameters. can i get sick enough to where i become a lot more like my father than i thought i might, which is what? what was his father like? >> "vanity fair" telling us that he was prone to paranoia and bursts of tears and things like that. their turbulent relationship deeply chronicled in many of his most powerful songs and some of the stories he would tell
chronicling a history of mental history on his father's side. it's an example of how insidious this condition is that someone who is so familiar with the joy he brings to audiences and who gets so much joy from the people who cheer for him would face this on an ongoing basis and share it with the world. >> sharing -- how big -- no one wants to talk about it. people they look at it. pull yourself out of it. >> in locker rooms, in cubicles. pull yourself up. exactly, cheer up. he understands int what he faces and he's going forward with the full knowledge and support of his family so that's got to be a positive thing around the country. >> one of the highlights of the career of "gma" -- remember when we had the -- was it asbury park and to be there with him and he took over our entire show several years back, what a morning that was. >> he is the key popular figure for so many people. >> i think this announcement is going to help a lot of people. >> i hope so. >> we're pulling for him and everybody else. >> so much of his great music comes from that deep introspection.
now to the latest sports figure wading into the colin kaepernick debate. john tortorella, head coach of team usa, telling espn if any of my players sit on the bench for the national anthem they will sit there the rest of the game. we have espn's stephen a. smith joining us now and there he is. there is the guy right there. >> buckle up. >> what's going on? >> you look a little like a preacher with that black suit on. black tie. it's such a divisive issue. why even enter into the conversation? >> well, it beats me. he really had no business ingratiating himself into the situation. but what i really have a problem with john's position on this. it's one thing if you're representing the nfl or the nba, a private industry. but we're talking about team usa, we're talking about first amendment rights under the united states constitution, and when you consider it from that perspective, to be a
u.s. values seems a bit nonsensical to me and i think it's beyond the pale and if john tortorella doesn't change his position on that matter, i think he's somebody that should be replaced as team usa coach. there's simply no excuse for that. >> some would argue with that, stephen a., here he is talking about his son serving in the military, and when you talk about that, that really gets people going on both sides of the issue and it's interesting that we saw many reports. kaepernick's jersey reportedly >> yeah. >> right now. what do you think that says? >> well, i think it says that we're a divided nation. you have some people that are looking and highly sensitive to what colin kaepernick had to say in terms of bringing up the police violence and brutality as it pertains to the african-american community and then you have those on the other side that don't appear to be as sensitive to that particular plight. no matter what way you slice it, robin, here's what it comes down to, regardless of how divided of a nation we are, we're still one
the world and one of the reasons why is because of the rights that individual liberties come with. and if you have the freedom of speech in this country under the united states constitution's first amendment that ultimately supersedes everything. and so we can respect where tortorella is coming from and we can certainly respect where people from our military men and women are highly sensitive to this and have every right to be. what we stand for is what it comes down to and if colin kaepernick is exercising his first amendment rights, a team usa coach shouldn't say i am don't abide by what i think. you should abide by that. that's as un-american as it gets. >> a lot of passion there in if he does step down you may have to take over. >> stephen, oh, gosh. >> checking line. >> i'll go with chris connelly first. >> i don't know. >> hey, thanks, stephen a. now to a san francisco couple so upset over their
they filed a federal lawsuit against the company that shot it. it captured an awkward movement when the groom tried to remove the bride's garter. sunny you're going to weigh in on this. but i want to read something here. the company said we are very disappointed and upset by the situation and we have spent considerable time removing our video from the internet. they said our video. what do you read into that? sunny. >> they said our video because the video belongs to the co case. that's what's so interesting and it's a little-known fact. videos and photos taken by wedding photographers are owned by the company. the photographers and the videographers. under copyright law they own it and can do whatever they please with it, including disseminating it on the internet. >> uh-oh. >> okay, so, before you -- i just learned something from that. >> did you know that, chris? >> mine was so long ago my
>> but, sunny, if you have somebody videoing, is there a way you can have a contract that give you the rights that you own the pictures of yourself and your family. whatever it may be. >> absolutely, because my wedding video is in my safe at my house because of all the stuff that's on it and that's because as a lawyer i knew to negotiate. negotiate. negotiate. so the little-known fact that you can negotiate is very, very important so, you ask the videographer and you ask photographer, listen, transfer those copyrights to me and that way you have full ownership. the other thing in this case is, no judgment here, but maybe drink just a little bit less so that your wedding video doesn't necessarily go viral. i mean, wedding is one day. your video going viral is forever. >> yeah, what's that stuff on your video that you got it all squirreled away. >> it's in a safe, robin, it's in a safe.
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let's show this short footage, in rhode island where we first got a glimpse of them. just two weeks after her breakup with calvin harris. she went over to the uk to meet his family. he came over to nashville to meet hers. now it's over. >> wore the t-shirt. >> yes. >> that's your new james bond. i love t.s. that does not -- >> come on. >> okay, now, let's move on. they are actually saying this could have cost him the role of james bond because -- >> maybe it's the other way around. >> well -- >> because they broke up or were together. >> because they were together. because it's a tough sell -- are swift's boyfriend take down a terrorist conglomerate? maybe not. it says maybe it could have cost him. the internet did what it does on this. they lost their mind. hiddleswift was trending. hiddelsplit was trending. but it's over three months. just a summer romance. >> he's not bond, who will be bond now. >> daniel craig. >> he is going to get paid. >> oh, yes. >> you really own that. >> thank you, george. >> i like it. >> i tried. "dancing with the stars" party
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. on the attack, trump and clinton going after each other. >> the only people who use that many phones are usually involved in shady activity. >> clearly his tax returns tell a story that the american people deserve and need to know. >> both hitting hard over security, taxes, immigration. the latest right now. ? why i got you on my mind ? patrick dempsey opens up about reconciling with his wife. the lessons he says he learned after they separated. what brought them back together and why their marriage is now healthier and happier. ? and we're kicking off our biggest dance party ever. live in times square with ryan lochte, laurie hernandez.
tango'ing into new york city with the all-star pros here live for their first cast interview >> 10. >> 10. >> 10. >> only on "gma." and get excited, everybody, our dance party, it starts right now from -- derek, what do you say? >> good morning, america. >> all right, derek, take it away. >> i'm back. ? summer ? no no no no no no ? ? endless tears bring them here ? ? baby no no no no no ? ? i'm going to make it right you're gonna love me right hold me and don't let go oh ? ? just want to make you feel good feel good ?
reason to burn this is what i do and i wish to make you feel good ? ? just wanna make you feel good ? ? [ cheers and applause ] >> now, how many was that? i love it. and i love all the dancing and we got more of that coming up. we're going to go inside to robin and george. ? >> what a performance. i'm telling you, george, every year i wonder how they're going to top themselves and every single time they are here, they do it. >> you know, not to know what's going to happen when you walk into work in the morning because then you get blown away at 8 :0 a.m. that was just incredible. more surprises coming up including one big surprise for one of our dancers. a famous friend and teammate
all coming up this hour on "gma." but first we got to get the morning rundown from amy. >> good morning, guys. the big story this morning the presidential race now focusing on national security as donald trump and hillary clinton step up their attacks. trump will speak this morning about increasing military spending and then tonight trump and clinton will appear separately at a national security forum in new york. we will get the latest on all of that now from abc's jonathan karl. good morning, jon. >> reporter: good morning, amy. donald trump is now for the first time giving some details on how he would approach the battle against isis sort of. he is saying that upon taking office he would give his generals 30 days to come up with a specific plan to defeat the terrorist organization. this after hillary clinton has said he has no clue what he's talking about when it comes to the military. clinton is also blasting trump for making a contribution to florida's attorney general pam bondi just as bondi decided not to join a lawsuit against trump university. this morning on "gma," trump
conway said the contribution is not an example of pay to play. >> i think there's actually no comparison between a man who gives consistently to republican candidates in the re-election, george, and a woman who is secretary of state had her -- had her official staff that we pay for bartering for position and bartering for state dinners and, you know, just making contributions that are inappropriate. >> reporter: hillary clinton is hitting trump for not releasing his tax returns. amy. >> all right, jon, tha police in paris have launched a terrorism investigation now after a car packed with gas cylinders was found outside notre dame cathedral. police have not confirmed reports yet that the driver was on a terror watch list. and there are new concerns about airport security. a government watchdog has found the undercover testing of tsa screeners is, quote, unreliable. the watchdog found screeners often know the people who are doing the secret tests but still had a 95% failure rate detecting weapons during one of those recent tests.
battle against the zika virus. congress has once again failed to pass funding to stop the spread of that virus and democrats objected to a republican measure on planned parenthood that was added to the bill. and thousands of college students are now scrambling after itt technical institute announced it was shutting down. the education department recently banned the school from enrolling students from using federal financial aid. pretty wild video from colorado. a woman looked outside and saw this, a her deck. the bear was able to grab the railing and pull itself up and eventually wandered off. that's incredible video, but you got to look at this amazing photo. in fact, it could be the best summer vacation photo ever. this guy, yep, take a look, went snorkeling and snapped a selfie with a humpback whale. this is the south pacific. we obviously do not recommend trying this at home but said he played and splashed around with the whales for 30 minutes and claimed that the whale even picked him up out of the water with his tail.
>> he doesn't have a picture of that one. >> honestly thought, amy, you were going to say that was one whale of a time. >> i saved that one for you, mike sfll thank you, thank you. >> sara. we appreciate that. sara, it was so cute looking at you avoiding the dancers. >> that was so amazing. >> you're like moving around -- >> derek slid across the desk. i tried that four times. it never ended well. amazing. >> your eyes when you were watching it all. >> i didn't know how you were keeping a straight face in it there. >> that was great, yeah. >> crazy in here. >> how about "pop news." >> i promise not to dance. time for "pop news." patrick dempsey opening up about reconciling with his wife jillian fink. they sought guidance through couples therapy and came out stronger than ever and he shared what he learned explaining it's hugely important you've got to communicate and stay open and not get lazy and lots of snuggles, that's not what he said, but you know what i mean. and dempsey's cover hits newsstands september 9th.
reconciliation. >> absolutely. >> we're revealing more emmy presenters right here for tv's biggest night. the ceremony sure to be a bit scandalous when kerry washington takes the stage. also presenting, tracee ellis ross of "black-ish" and funny man chris rock. we're so excited for our friend jimmy kimmel to host the show airing september 18th, 7:00 p.m. eastern right here on abc. >> nice poster. >> i can't get enough of jimmy kimmel. >> so funny. >> that guy could do anything. i need to have dinner with him once. i need to see if he's as funny be. >> makes good pizza. >> i wasn't going to ask him to cook for me but, jimmy, let's do this. and finally, it's back-to-school time for so many this week. proud parents are sending their young ones back to the classroom. madonna striking a pose with her boys. i wonder if they're like, mom. i mean, your mom's madonna. elton john's sons are dressed to the nines with matching briefcases.
ones, faith hill shared this video of her singing along to taylor swift as she dropped her daughter maggie off at college. take a look. ? oh, it's so sad it's a good time you and i ? ? because you know we got bad blood ? >> i mean when you go back to school with your mom as faith hill you got to sing, right? >> her daughter is more like laughing like i can't believe -- >> how cool is that? >> so cute. >> how was back to school for you, george. i mean for the girls. >> for me it was great. harper just left about 30 minutes ago. she was a little nervous. >> yeah. >> first day of sixth grade. start to switch classes, that whole thing. >> my girls first time switching classes, they love it. they have a locker now but can't put a lock on it. they don't give the locks where they go to school. >> i can never remember mine, to the right, to the left. >> i like that.
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>> yes, it is. this is great up here. got a nice live audience up here, everybody. but we have four of the women who will be burning up the ballroom floor. we can't wait for that. we have marilu henner, maureen mccormick, terra jole and laurie hernandez. welcome, ladies. marilu, we've seen you dance in "tax question." >> yes. >> and you're partnered up with derek. you're the one everybody says could be the favorite. >> excuse me. that was shot way before derek was born and my last dancing lesson ever was way before laurie was born so -- >> lowering the expectations there a little bit. >> ballroom is so different. >> the one thing about you have an autobiographical memory. you still have it. you can never forget it.
help you? dances change so fast. >> you know, things keep changing and i keep -- we did it a couple days ago and we did it differently. oh, no, i changed it. okay, i have to get something to extract it from my memory now so could be a curse too. i finally found a place where my memory might be a curse. >> terra, what made you decide to do the show? >> honestly i am honored to be the very first little person to ever be a part of "dancing with the stars." [ applause ] >> yes. >> and i think besides the fact that i had a child a month ago, i think that the biggest hurdle is really figuring out how this is going to work for me, and i feel like if i can do this with my partner sasha and i can dance and really be taken seriously, then i can accomplish anything. >> you better get some notes from ginger on the baby thing. she did the same thing. >> yes, we were just discuss ing >> we were just discussing
that with ginger, not me. i have no idea. maureen, your tv mom florence henderson, she did season 11. did she have to twist your arm? did she have to talk you into it? have you reached out to her for any advice? >> it's so funny because i recently saw florence at a tv academy event and she was like, her daughter barbara said, you've got to do "dancing with the stars" and i was l no, no, no, no. you did it. you were amazing, florence, but i don't dance, and it's my biggest fear in life, so -- >> not at all? >> no. >> well, you do now. you do now. you have no choice. >> i have no choice. >> now, laurie, we knew you took dance classes when you were a little girl, but your parents had to bribe you, cookies. what's val giving you? >> how about a chance at the mirror ball. >> you know, we don't have any cookies. i was like, let's get her cookies. we couldn't come up with any cookies but we did bring you something -- somebody should bring that out for us. >> ooh. >> we have a little something
[ cheers and applause ] >> hi. >> oh, my gosh. >> how are you? >> how are you? >> look, you guys. >> hello, simone. >> sit. >> i love you two are sharing a seat. always teammates. once a teammate, always a teammate. >> oh, yeah. >> and, simone, you brought something else for your teammate, didn't you? the shoes? i thought we had some food here, some pizza or something like that. >> wait, what? >> you like pizza? >> yeah, i like pizza. >> pizza is only after the meet. >> that's only after. >> now, zip, we're hearing some rumors about you too. you're going to watch laurie and come on "dancing" yourself someday? >> i would love to do "dancing with the stars" but right now laurie is going to do it for us. she'll represent and we're so excited to watch her. >> so are you going to get a
her dance? >> yes, we're planning on it. and it's really weird because i've known her for so long but every time i see a commercial i fan girl. it's so weird. laurie is on tv. >> you guys are great. we want to talk to you more but we have to go to robin. >> absolutely. >> you should have seen tom and i. we greeted each other the same way. >> was i not supposed to eat that pizza? is that the -- >> you're going to have to go out and get another pizza. >> i will do that. >> okay, because we've got the first live interview with the wholeas from simone biles coming up next. would you please? >> i'm on it. i'm on it. >> all right.
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back now with olympic superstar simone biles fresh off winning five medals at the rio games. capturing our hearts. give them that smile. give them that smile. look at that. oh, getting ready to turn the page and start an exciting new chapter. it's great to have you here. >> thank you. >> we were looking forward to it. we were watching you from afar. but to have you in the studio with us. have you been able to really just enjoy the moment and all the things that are coming your way? >> yes, it's definitely exciting and i'm always gone from home. but it's very exciting, and it's an honor. >> and you said you're going to take the year before it's
i know you're going to tour with your other teammates but to take the year off because it's very hard. because when you train, you want to be 100% there. >> exactly. >> it's hard to do that with everything going on. isn't it? >> yes, exactly so to travel and train, there's just like no way i can do 100% so a break is needed. >> yeah, a break is needed. and you mentioned home. boy, had a little homecoming for you in "h" town. what was that like for you? >> it was so crazy, but for some reason i thought i was going to come home like a couple houston came and it was just crazy, but i love them. >> that was the escort. that's how they got you home, right? >> no, that's my mom's car in my neighborhood. >> just like us. just like us. oh, that's wonderful but then you get to meet beyonce. the selfie with kim kardashian. >> it was crazy. >> all those things. do you want to pinch yourself sometimes? is it like a dream? >> yes, it is, because you dream of these things for so long and then it happens and you're like, wow, like what else do i want
but you worked really hard. you worked really hard, and so that's wonderful that you're able to enjoy it like you are and it's so great that you're going to own your own story and write your own story in a book that's coming out in november, "courage to soar." can you tell us a little about that? >> it's an autobiography and it comes out in november, so i'm super excited and it's on preorder now, so i hope everyone goes to get it but it's about my life so they hear it from me. >> yeah, andha important to you because you know as much as you love social media and things like that, things can be said but i love how you're taking ownership and have a wonderful story with your parents and family and you're going to say it in your words. >> yes. >> that's the way it should be. we know a little something and michael gave it away a little bit upstairs. when you talked to amy robach,
let's take a look at what you told amy. >> after every meet i have pizza. >> we know you love pizza, we'll have a big pizza party right here in times square for you. well, we live up to our promises. we are going -- i think tom bergeron went out. we have a pizza party and look at -- oh, michael is bringing out the pizza. laurie. >> i just love you. thank you. >> we were upstairs. i saw food and i love to eat. yes. >> go ahead. >> all right. >> oh, wow, look at there. >> you guys are so cute. >> you have to have a slice before we can have a slice. and i'm really hungry. that's why i brought it. >> right now? >> right now. >> it's okay. >> you can take yours up so i can have a slice. >> ah. >> now it's a party. let's get out to ginger, the party is on. ginger. >> yeah, the party is on. we have a little salsa party going on. just in case you noticed, my shoes still fit. i totally put them back on and
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? talk to me baby ? ? going crazy ? welcome back to our "dancing with the stars" extravaganza. we cannot wait to meet the cast. >> by the way, i got to he will you i love what you've done with the place here what you don't know at home they actually serve cocktails. that's lovely. no. >> that's not true in they're hammered. most of the audience hammered right now. >> i thought you were talking about us, not the audience. >> well, that's obviously but not them. >> you know, let's get this started. all right, pros, go get your partners. >> okay. >> hit it. ? ? message of the night will you
come, we are in store for it again this season. >> yes, we are. i have a question for rob. aka vanilla ice. are we going to see some of those "ice ice baby" moves that will freeze up the dance floor. >> i might just clean the rust off them. see if i still got it. challenge for myself. >> you never lost it. what do you mean? >> hey, this is some fancy footwork. i'm out of my elm. i have to unlearn what i knew and learn what she knows. >> by the move, how are you doing? >> ah. >> i'm doing amazing, thank you, thank you. >> that's why i took this job. to get out of the house. >> it's better that way. >> so romantic. >> peta must love that one. >> great to have maks back. it's great to have derek hough back, as well this season. [ cheers and applause ] >> oh, now, now, we saw some of those workouts, you know, you posted there. can we expect a little of that?
>> huh? >> sure. why not. >> give the people what they want. that's what she's trying to say. >> i know. i know. >> oh. >> oh, my dancing, oh, yeah. >> that's what -- what did you think i was talking about? >> that's my new hobby is dancing off time. >> workout video did you think i was thinking of. >> i don't know -- >> looks like you are auditioning for "robocop". >> he just happened to have the sht >> that happens a lot of the shirt. >> you know what i mean. >> guy that i know extremely well i used to play against him and he was a terror on the football field, i mean, calvin over here, now, i'm curious, you touchdown but you would never celebrate. you never dance but you sign up to do this show. what's going on? >> two things, i didn't dance because i'm too tired by the time i get to the end zone. second of all i got an older sister to prove wrong.
because your older sister said you couldn't dance a lick. >> she sure did. >> he can't dance at all. >> you got to prove her wrong. >> that's why you're here. >> you were being nice. you weren't going to bring that up. >> well, i didn't want to make him mad. >> amber, oh, my goodness. such good things are coming your way. you seem so fearless. anything that is a little intimidating about this competition? >> intimidating, no, nothing. actually really good teacher, so he makes it easy to learn. but it is very difficult. it is. >> de make you rehearse saying that? >> yeah, we just -- >> no. >> we just started a couple of days so she'll get it. >> the way she was looking at him already. going -- >> then we have kenneth "babyface" edmonds, winner of 11 grammys. what i hear your wife is a dancer in the family so you
in the competition. >> it's going to help me. the main thing that is going to help me is my daughter who is going to kill me if i don't come back with the trophy. she's like 8 years old and ready for this so i got to be right. >> all your family and friends are watching this. and where's my man, val. where did he go? there you are. how could i miss you there? now, i hear that this woman here has some mineirao bought moves. laurie. are you going to incorporate that into any of the routines. robot moves yet. >> can you show us? >> oh. ? >> for the camera. for the camera. >> there you go. >> oh, yes. >> hey. hey, hey, hey. don't give it away. don't give it away. sit down. >> she's got a weapon. >> you don't want her to show
exactly. pace yourself. >> i tell you this, we have to see that i want to see more. that's all i'm saying. we talked about the guys being back and cheryl, you're back as well and so happy. we missed you also and we've got much more of "dancing with the stars" cast party. that's just ahead. but first let's go to ginger. >> michael, it would have taken val probably two months to teach me to do that. look at that. that's what everybody asks. how hard are these tricks. i've got alan and brittany. you see these faces. they were in my dances last season and now a stephanie about "dancing with the stars." >> hi, how long does it take to get ready with the hair, makeup and costume? >> you know, we start getting ready at 7:00 in the morning. >>:00 a.m. >> when the sun rises.
that weather brought to you by ashley home store. i'll do that coming up next. george. >> thank you, ginger. i'm here now with aaron eckhart starring with tom hanks in "sully." the story of that incredible landing on the hudson river. he plays sully's co-pilot. they're facing a pretty tough investigation behind closed doors. let's take a look. >> look, i just finished training on the a320. the only reason the plane aircraft could land anywhere is because captain sullenberger turned on the auxiliary power unit. >> following the qrh. >> no, he wasn't following proper procedure at all because i had that in my hands. if he had followed the damn rules, we'd all be dead. >> you lost the mustache. >> it's in the smithsonian. i put it on tape and sent it
>> it was -- well, i mean, you know, actually the mustache got a lot of attention. people would come up and say, nice, 'stache or the women would say they liked it. the real jeff skiles has a mustache. >> i don't think many know the story that you all tell in the movie. really tough investigation. >> everybody remembers the plane landing on the hudson, 155 lives saved. sully was a hero. what they don't understand or know about the story is that national transportation safety board has an inquiry afterwards to make sure they crossed all the ts and dotted the is and followed procedure and it's quite a harrowing procedure. the consequence if they're found at fault could be they lose their jobs and their pensions and lose their reputations. and so over the course of a period of time, they didn't know whether they were ever going to fly again. >> just incredible. i hear you and tom had some harrowing moments inside the flight simulator. >> oh, yeah, well, we went to
francisco and clint was there and sully was there which was great and but, you know, flying those planes is difficult. you know, tom and i barely got it off the runway let alone in the air but we had the exact flight plan that they followed up there getting it up, getting to 3,000 feet, the birds hitting, double engine failure and jeff skiles said, the thing that he noticed the most was, you know, you're always -- when you're in a plane you hear that constant whine of the engine and when that sound went out, said it was complete silence and that's the thing that he noticed the most and then they were able to get the plane down in three minutes which is incredible. >> split-second decision. you don't buy this idea they could have gotten back. >> no, they were at 3,000 feet. they had nowhere to lapd on both sides. it was the best route. and they were very confident. i mean, water landings are very difficult. but sully and jeff, you know, that was the option that they had so they took it. >> can't wait to see the movie.
"sully" opens nationwide this friday. over to michael. coming up, more of our "dancing" party, everybody. but first a "gma" sneak peek at the trailer for "collateral beauty" starring will smith and kate winslet, all-star cast and it's about a father trying to cope with loss directed by david frankel opens december 16th take a look. >> we're here to connect. love, now, these three things connect every single human being on earth. we long for love. we wish we had more time. and we fear death. >> did you lose a child, howard? >> howard is a brilliant, creative charismatic guy. he used to love life. right now he hates it. >> i try to talk to him.
there. i miss him. >> he writes letters. >> who are they to. >> howard doesn't write letters to people. he writes to things. time. love. death. >> kids right letters to santa claus. it doesn't mean they're crazy. >> no, this is therapeutic. >> who did you write the letter to? >> i wrote the letter to death. >> nice to meet you. charmed, i'm sure. >> nope. >> universe all the time. most don't get a personal response. but you are. i don't want this. >> i'm time. i'm a gift. and you're wasting it. >> you're going to think i'm crazy but, i'm having conversations. >> i am love. >> don't try to live without me, howard. >> i saw you in her eyes when she called me daddy and you betrayed me. >> i'm the reason for everything.
danny tarkanian's carrying a lot of baggage. as a real-estate developer, tarkanian was penalized for failing to pay thousands in property taxes. tarkanian was ordered by a judge to repay $17 million in a failed development scheme. tarkanian refused to pay the money back, forcing taxpayers to bail him out, leaving us holding the bag.
our giant "dancing with the stars" party. more about the cast of season 23 and we're begin with james. i understand you're pretty serious about this competition. you even have a campaign ad. >> it's true. i was actually about to show the governor the campaign ad but it's pretty serious business what we're doing. i'm a very competitive person. >> tell me about the ad. >> well, the ad, it's got a lot of this which i think is a key point of any campaign video. >> using your fingers. >> this look right here, right.
ha, ha, ha. some corny music and at the end, i approve that message. >> oh, that's good to know, all right. you own it. and let's talk about politics with governor perry here, as well now. do you approve of his message. >> no. vote for rick and emma. if you really want to win this thing. >> now, the governor told me backstage you're just starting to have fun now. is that right? >> that might be a little stretch. >> all right. i'm sorry? no, no, no like i'm the guy. i won the lottery with emma. she's so patient. she's smart. she's the greatest teacher. >> he is a politician. >> i like totally won that deal but i'm a lump of coal and she's shying on that thing to make a diamond out of it. >> we can't wait to see that diamond shine. >> someone else who knows a little about how great emma is, sasha, obviously, right? speaking of, i know you probably
vanessa marcotte there's so many challenges for everyone but height challenge for you guys. how are you going to get around it? >> it's definitely going to be a challenge and, you know, terra is the first little person on the show and we're both really excited and within minutes she's inspired me so much so we're both excited to do this. >> now you got it out there official. very nice. >> i want to bring in jana. country music star, so are you going to be singing at all in addition to dancing. >> no, there's no way i could do both at the same time. >> all right. and what are we going to see from you on the dance floor? you got some moves in mind? >> you know, thank goodness i have gleb because he's definitely helping me with my confidence because it's tough. it's definitely -- i have no idea what i'm doing but he's a great teacher. >> i want to bring in jake because your former tv sister from "wizards of waverly place," the most followed on instagram, selena gomez, are you going to be trying to get some of those supporters calling in? >> i would love that support.
i mean, we would love to have that support if she were to come on, that would be great but i think have iiing an amazing dan partner -- >> you think selena could have brought in pizza or shoes like simone did. >> mr. lochte, i know grandma loved you at the olympics. how pumped is she for "dancing with the stars"? >> she's cuban so i'm supposed to have this cuban blood going through me and cuban dancing but i haven't really seen that come out in me. >> adorable. >> she's a cutie. she's a cutie. >> working on your cuban hips and -- you'll get there. you'll get there, lochte. >> cha-cha. >> one step at a time. >> a lot to look forward to. when we come back, these stars are going head-to-head in an epic dance-off next. we'll see what you guys got in
whoo. all right, everybody, it is time to put this cast's dance moves to the test with our dancing through the decades game. it's boys versus girls. >> here we go. now, how this works, we're going to show two people the name of a dance from the 1970s. all the way up to the 2000s then you dance until your team guesses the move. >> okay. so you bet ever be good. >> first up is dek li marilu. >> come on, baby. >> okay. >> do you know -- >> one, two, three, four, five. >> all right, all right. >> emma hit the buzzer first. >> what? >> hustle. >> yes. >> whoo! >> okay, girl. >> wow. that was impressive. >> you know what's really impressive -- >> what was impressive, those buzzers work evennot connected .
all right. here we go. >> is there a two-step in there? >> i can't tell you what it is. >> oh, man, that's the only one i knowment for the '80s, laurie and val, come on in here. here is -- there's the move. >> hit it. let's go. ? you're so fine you blow my mind hey mickey ? ? hey mickey ? >> the governor got it. >> what is it. >> still have to get the >> oh, the sprinkler. >> that's it. they got it. >> wow. >> okay. '90s. rob, come on in. ready. >> come here. >> here we go. >> okay, you've got this. >> you guys don't get this, you go home. ? >> running man. >> running man.
>> well, hey, the guys are going to win by default because we ran out of time, 2-1. all right, everybody, we'll be right back. >> they gave them more money. they gave them more cash. ? ice ice i pledge allegiance, to the flag [continues in background] you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes...
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