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more local news, weather a great weekend. good morning, america. donald trump lines up another big endorsement from a former rival as republicans ditch the personal insults at last debate. >> i cannot believe how civil it's been up here. >> marco rubio and ted cruz still focused on the front-runner. >> the president can't just say anything he wants. >> we are pledging our support to you. >> trump faces new questions about growing violence at his rallies. >> when they see what's going on in this country they have anger that's unbelievable. >> states of emergency. deadly floods drown the south. the national guard rescuing more than 3,000 families. a in to save drivers as the mayor says this storm is worse than a hurricane. the woman behind sean penn
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scared to be alone with the kingpin and told us about the moment she wanted to die. the canadian prime minister comes to washington charming babies and even sasha, malia and justin fever takes over the white house. good morning, america. happy friday. a little bromance between the president and canadian prime minister. >> a romance going on with america, i think. >> yes, absolutely and justin trudeau and sasha and malia obama also attended and the president got choked up as he talked about his daughters and how much they've grown up. we'll have what he said. >> his daughters looked stunning and so grown up. really remarkable. oh, no, it happens like that but we have a lot more coming up on that state dinner. first right to the big republican debate over night. the joe remaining four candidates taking each other on ahead of the critical primary
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trump racking up another big endorsement and jon karl starts us off, good morning to you, jon. >> reporter: good morning, amy. last night may have been the last big chance to take donald trump down but for the most part they didn't even seem to try. trump kicked off the debate by touting another big endorsement from one of his formal rivals. ben carson is endorsing me tomorrow morning. >> reporter: his debate with his current rivals was remarkably tame. >> i cannot believe how civil it's been up there. >> reporter: personal insults, interrupgs and vulgarities of the last debate disappeared. donald trump tried to loan like the unifier this time. >> the republican establishment or whatever you want to call it should embrace what's happening. people join. democrats. >> reporter: one place trump was challenged his most recent muslims. >> last night you told cnn,
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did you mean all 1.6 billion muslims? >> i mean a lot of them. i mean a lot of them. >> reporter: marco rubio said talk like that is alienating america's muslim allies around the world. >> if you go to any national cemetery especially arlington you'll see crescent moons there. >> in large mosques all over the middle east you have people chanting "death to the usa." >> reporter: some of the strongest criticism came over his praise for brutal authoritarian regimes including vladimir putin of the russia and the china government that mowed down protesters in tiananmen square. >> that doesn't mean i was endorsing it. i said that is a strong, powerful government that put it down -- >> i think that the chinese government butchered those kids and when that guy stood in front, that young man stood in front of that tank we ought to build a statue of him over here when he faced down the chinese government.
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trump. >> what an incredible nation we have that the son of a bartender and the son of a mailman and dishwasher and a successful businessman can all stand on this stage competing and asking for your support. >> reporter: afterwards donald trump called the debate elegant. a reflection perhaps on the fact that it didn't appear to do anything to change his position as the overwhelming front-runner for the republican nomination. george. >> okay, jon, thanks. let's take it to senator marco beach. thanks for joining us. you're getting a lot of good reviews last night but did you do anything to slow donald trump down? >> well, i don't know if it's about tear donald trump down. i think it's like any debate an opportunity to convince people president. there are still significant number of undecideds across the country in illinois and ohio and north carolina and the other, missouri and other states in
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think it's an opportunity to do that and an opportunity to get people supporting other candidates to give you a second look and also an opportunity to reinvigorate your own supporters. that's what the debates are about. that's what it was about. felt good about the night we have, see if it pays dividends. >> anything you wish you would have said? >> well, look, i give credit to the moderators. it was a policy debate. it was very policy oriented and a lot of topics we could have talked about that we didn't get to, two-hour debate. i give them credit. substantive debate and aim good it was. i wish i would have given out my website marcorubio.com. >> according to most of the polls i've seen over the last double digits in florida. advertising. how can you make up that ground in the final four days? >> well, we're not down by
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i've always acknowledged that it was going to be a tough fight here in florida. but we're making real progress. i love all the trends that are happening and i think a couple of things are happening. number one is there is a significant number of voters that are now making up their minds and i think they'll head our way, i hope so anyway and feel strongly they will and a lot of kasich and cruz supporters that realize neither of them have any chance to win and florida and if they don't want donald trump to be our nominee voting for them in trump. >> even if you win florida on tuesday night, get every single one of the delegates by our calculations you'll need to win 78% of the remaining delegates to get that. that can't be done. your best hope is a contested convention. how do you answer donald trump's argument whoever has the most delegates going to that veng should be the nominee. >> the majority, almost two-thirds of republicans do not want donald trump to be our nominee. if you have someone your front-runner and nominee who has a significant percentage of the
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general election. i think i'm the only candidate left in the race who can unite the republican party and also grow it and so i think that is the reason why ultimately we're going to be the nominee. it's not going to be a traditional way. will take a long time most people anticipated to get there. but it's important and i feel really good about it, especially after tuesday when we win florida what it is going to mean for our campaign. >> senator rubio, thanks for joining us this morning. >> thanks, george. ballot tuesday. >> a lot at stake. one of the questions talked about last night in the debate, the physical violence seen at some of donald trump's rallies. well, now one reporter is saying she was assaulted by trump's campaign manager. abc's tom llamas has that story in palm beach for us. good morning, tom. >> reporter: amy, good morning to you. in just a couple of hours donald trump will receive dr. ben carson's endorsement here at his mar-a-lago resort this as the trump campaign is dealing with several incidents involving violence.
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defense at the republican debate grilled on this violent exchange at his rally in north carolina wednesday night. >> when they see protests in some cases, you're mentioning one case i vance seen, i heard about it which i dope like, when they see what's going on in this unbelievable. >> reporter: the ugly moment going viral. >> get out of here, out. >> reporter: as trump is speaking a demonstrator walking out gets sucker punched. police say the man who threw the elbow, 78-year-old john mcgraw. he's now charged with assault and battery. but before getting arrested, mcgraw said this to "inside edition." >> the next time we see him, we might have to kill him. >> reporter: the protester who was slugged speaking to abc affiliate wtvd. >> it feels ugly around. >> reporter: this morning another video posted by a student attending that same rally. the student attacked by another trump supporter. >> hey, hey, hey.
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saying they discourage this kind of behavior and ensure the safety of any and all attendees but it follows weeks of trump suggesting to his supporters they get violent. >> we're not allowed to punch back anymore so if you see somebody getting ready to throw a tomato, knock the crap out of him, would you? seriously. i'd like to pump him in the face, i'll tell you. >> reporter: and now trump also dealing with accusations his campaign manager, corey lewandowski assaulted michelefields a conservative reporter with breitbart. >> you don't grab a female reporter the way he grabbed me. >> reporter: fields showing us the bruise where trump's campaign manager grabbed her. if you had a chance to talk to donald trump right now, what would you say to him? >> i would just ask him to just put himself in my shoes and imagine if i was his daughter. >> reporter: lewandowski flat out denying it happened but this is an audio recording of the
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>> [ bleep ]. >> yeah, he just threw you down. >> i can't believe he just did that. that was so hard. >> reporter: i asked trump about it after the debate. your campaign manager has been accused of assault. your campaign has flatly denied it. what do you say to that? >> i wasn't there. i don't know anything about it. i can say this, i was walking and we have tremendous secret service around and he was within that whole grid and the secret service people said nothing happened. >> reporter: now, ben terrace who you heard in that is a reporter for "the washington post." he says he saw the whole thing go down and says michele fields is telling the truth. george. >> okay, tom, thanks. to matthew dowd in austin, texas, you saw in the debate last night that donald trump's opponents did not lay this at his feet. but is this any kind of a danger, these incidents of violence to donald trump's campaign? >> well, it seems like a danger to a lot of people at the rallies. i don't think it's actually going to be a political danger in the course of this.
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night, listen, i discourage this. there is some accountability he and his campaign have for creating an environment around these things happen. i think going forward they have to do everything possible to stop this kind of thing from happening. sometimes it does, george, as you know, these things happen but politically it's not going to hurt donald trump right now going into tuesday. >> he praised that debate as an elegant debate, remarkably civil. his opponents mostly pulled their punches last night and i guess they're responding to the criticism of last week's debate. was it an overcorrection? >> i was fascinated. we went from some combination of "game of thrones" and a comedy central roast to "downton abbey" this week in the course of seven days we saw that i think what you'll see out of this, donald trump in the category of the bar isn't very high, this was donald trump's best debate in the course of this. he stayed restrained. he stayed disciplined, calm in
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pushed by ted cruz he stayed this way. i think it's good for donald trump going into tuesday and this, george, we don't know if there will be another debate after this. this may be the last debate. >> good you got all of amy's favorite shows in one answer. >> so true. >> way to go, matthew dowd, thanks very much. all right. we move now to some deadly flooding down south. six states under flood watches this morning. both louisiana and mississippi. in states of emergency as more water is on the way. abc's steve osunsami is in greenville, mississippi, with the very latest. good morning, steve. >> reporter: good morning, to you, amy. the forecast calls for as much as another inch of rain and if you take a look all around me you'll notice that that is an inch that families don't need. this is one of several neighbors underwater here and adding insult to injury are the storm drains which are clogged so all of this is going nowhere fast.
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waking up to a fifth day of historic floodwaters surrounding their homes. since monday five people have died. three of them drowned. the water now stretches over several states. this is new video thursday evening of what it looks like near shreveport, louisiana. subdivisions still soaking in the water. >> we got you. >> reporter: this morning the national guard is sharing these pictures of their excellent work this week. they've helped rescue more than 3,500 families at one point using black hawk helicopters to rescue drivers caught in the flood. in mississippi the governor declared a state of emergency. here is a driver that should have turned around and didn't and when she finally woke up to the floodwaters she ended up driving deeper into them nose first. in greenville he said this is worse than a hurricane. >> last time we had water this high was in 2008 when gustav hit us. >> reporter: the silver lining is that the water here was a foot higher last night.
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this one behind me are built on wooden foundations and they're ruined. amy. >> it's just a horrible situation. steve osunsami, thank you. rob is tracking the storm. not good news? more rain coming and historic event in monroe, louisiana, over 20 inches in 48 hours, 1 in 1,000-year event. hattiesburg and north of greenville 1 to 2 feet of greenville. this is a mayan express from the el nino waters filtering into this area of the gulf of mexico and in through the midsouth. more flash flood watches and warnings that extend through the middle of next week. how much more do we expect ask even parts of texas will see more rainfall today. 2 to 4 inches in jackson, mississippi. >> thank you, rob. we move on to the new headline about el chapo and the
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with sean penn. kate dell castillo is here to speak out. >> she's speaking out about sean penn too. he never told her about writing an article until they were already in front of el chapo telling "the new yorker" she thought they were making a movie. overnight kate del castillo, the mexican star who facilitated that meeting between sean penn aennd joaquin "el chapo" guzman talking about how she and penn traveled deep into the jungle to meet him. >> i want to make clear that this interview -- >> reporter: according to the article he many contacted the "weeds" actress and guzman reached out because he wanted to do a big movie and wanted moo he to star in it. i immediately said yes, the correspondence between the two continuing for months and
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dest l castillo from prison saying i hope to say hello to you in person someday. hopefully soon. >> reporter: less than a year later guzman got his wish and del castillo traveling with penn and two others to meet with him authorities. according to the article the drug lord doted on the actress even escorting her to her bedroom at the end of the night. del castillo saying she believes el chapo might assault her when they were alone. instead he said thanks for giving me one of the best days of my life and left. in january when the druglord was captured. they claim they tracked him down following actors and producers and when del castillo heard that she wanted to die. >> he said it was one of the best days of his life. how about that. the celebration of nancy reagan's life. so many lining up to honor the
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laid to rest in just a few hours. former president george w. bush and first ladies including michelle obama will be among the friends and family gathering at the ronald reagan presidential library and abc's matt gutman is in simi valley, california, with more on the story, good morning, matt. >> reporter: good morning, lara. and to celebrate her life nearly 10,000 people filed by her casket today at her funeral at the reagan library. a thousand expected to be in attendance, a former president, first lady, celebrities, even diane sawyer will be here to read from the bible and mr. t. will be on hand. who could for get those iconic images of her sitting on his lap planting that kiss on his forehead. saluted by firefighters and saluting the woman who helped create ronald reagan's legacy and this incredible devotion and love they had for each other.
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brian mulroney will be here reading from ronald reagan's love letters to nancy reagan. in fact, the romance ended till the very end. one of nancy reagan's last dying wishes, an important one for her, she be buried so physically close to ronnie they would be as if they were holding hands. >> that is beautiful. thank you so much, matt. and george will be anchoring abc's live coverage of the funeral beginning at 2 p.m. eastern. >> a lovely farewell it should be. to rob and serious heat. >> past couple of days, record-breaking, do some sunning and bikers and taxi drivers out,
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82 for a record . i'm a meteorologist bill evans. happy friday. we have sunshine starting to break out now to the west. we're 57 degrees. we're actually up a degree from last hour. 58 around laguardia. 544, white plains and the last of the showers from the morning have begun to slide east ward across long island. the sun is breaking out to the north and west. the nice sunny day, a breezy day. brand new air mass. high, 63 degrees. 15 degrees warmer than normal and a very nice weekend is ooh. glad we're cooling down. >> you're not complaining, are
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coming up on "gma," hulk hogan's $100 million lawsuit over that sex tape. a portion of it played in the court for the first time. did gawker slam the credible of a key witness. a terrifying home invasion. escaped prisoner holding a family hostage. how they masked to break free and fight back. lowe's presents how to find the perfect match. wow, they're so perfect together. it's like they were made for each other. they were, by the experts at hgtv. right.
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he took off, eventually ending up on a dead end street where he crashed into four cars. officers surrounded him and took him back into custody. developing in nassau county. two people are recovering after being shot inside a bar. this is video from the scene of the double shooting in uniondale. they rang out inside cocoa's pub on nassau road. police are searching for the gunman right now. 41 hours, that is how long until we reach the strike transit talks. they will sit down in newark in a couple of hours.
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. 7:27. we check the commute with debbie. >> thanks a lot, ken, we'll start out on the subway. seeing delays with central problems on the seven and n and r. keep that in mind if you're headed to the l, delays with police department activity. problems on the cross county west. over on 95 and connecticut it is busy northbound exit three southbound heavy with rubbernecking. george lincoln and holland 35, south exit 10 into franklin township has a collision. here is a look at the westbound belt bumper to bumper heading out toward kennedy airport. watch out for stop and go traffic as well. as you head to the lie west. once you get out to the q garden, alternate side parking rules are in effect. back over to you, ken. >> meteorologist bill evans with the accuweather forecast. >> you'll see a couple of things here.
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then we have a little band here, but then look at the blue sky right there. then there is a band of clouds there. so we'll be seeing this continuing as we go through the morning. sun is breaking out now, if front pushing south and east. 58 in la guarda. 56 jfk. 54 long island. temperatures will hang into the 50s here. showers pushing east ward.
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. you are looking at live flooding. the mayor of mississippi says this is worse than a hurricane and tracking the latest all morning long. right now the republican candidates recovering from a fairly civil debate as they prepare for crucial votes tuesday and donald trump responds to new questions about violence at his rallies. and then a alarming words from the cdc on the mosquito-borne virus zika. the director saying the risks to pregnant women are greater than previously thought and he expects cases to increase dramatically in both puerto rico and the united states. >> those warnings keep on growing. this morning some fun at the state dinner. president obama and canadian prime minister justin trudeau.
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to say bromance. >> i think so. >> joking, it's justin fever in the u.s. let's face it and then president obama also had quite an emotional speech about his beautiful daughters. we'll talk about that coming up. >> cannot wait for that. we begin with the latest in hulk hogan's $100 million legal battle. a small part of that sex tape in question was played in court for the very first time as the website gawker now grills a journalism expert arguing they had a first amendment right to post it. linzie janis has all the latest. good morning, linzie. >> reporter: good morning, amy. that's right. lawyers for gawker pointing out that at least one local tv station aired a non explicit snippet of that tape in its coverage of this lawsuit claiming that just like that station, its initial posting was newsworthy. in court, two seconds of that infamous private tape at the center of the hulk hogan trial
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>> let us take a look at a clip from an october 15, 2012 abc action news broadcast. >> reporter: this as gawker tried to body slam one of team hogan's expert witnesses. >> you were a reporter for only >> right. >> not been a reporter since 1973, correct? >> approximately correct. >> reporter: mike foley a journalist professor saying gawker's featuring the sex tape featuring terry bollea, aka hogan wasn't justified and wasn't journalism. the defense hammering his credibility suggesting the professor's views on what is newsworthy is from a bygone era. >> that's correct. >> okay, there was no youtube, right? >> that is correct. >> reporter: at points the professor even inadvertently seeming to help the other side agreeing that celebrities like kaitlyn jenner and madonna who
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sexuality deserve less privacy, also agreeing that just because something may seem unethical to some doesn't mean it is necessarily illegal. >> gossip columnists, they too are protected under our first amendment even if you don't think they're doing a good job, right? >> freedom of the press. >> reporter: but the hulk not breaking a sweat. >> so many people understand the case now that it's really, really neat that people finally understand why we're here. >> they tried pretty hard to discredit your witness. >> if you listen to the questions, everything they were asking him, nothing to do with this case. >> reporter: hogan's lawyers saying they do agree with gawker on one point, the internet is the wild west when it comes to media but all journalism outlets are bound by the same laws. amy. >> linzie, thanks so much. joining us is dan abrams, and let's talk about that journalism
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did he have any impact? >> no, it was not effective for hulk hogan's team. not only was he sort of outdated and not only did he get blasted on cross-examination. not only did they use his own words against him but keep in mind that hogan's team had previously had a really good day, right? they're coming off of a day where they have the founder of gawker and editor in cheever of gawker seeming callous about the impact of the things they do talking about the fact that they certainly would run stories about pictures of celebrities naked, et cetera. that in and of itself tells the jury what they need to know. you don't need a professor saying and that's not good ethics. you know, it speaks for itself and i think they detracted from some of the progress that they had made. >> perhaps some progress that they made, though, calling in that former senior executive at gawker to talk about whether or not the website profited from the sex tape.
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what gawker's position is there were no ads on this so we effectively didn't make any money and this guy is saying, they were celebrating the fact this tape did so many views, they gave out bonuses and it's not just the number, it's the celebratory nature. it. >> that's right for the first time. very small snippet. >> dan abrams, more to come, thank you. we move on to a terrifying home invasion for mississippi when an escaped prisoner held a family hostage in their home and turned the tables when the wife sneaked away and grabbed a gun. linsey davis has the story. >> reporter: good morning. it all started march 2nd when rafael mccloud escaped from jail after overpowering a guard with a makeshift knife. they warned residents they believed he was still in the area. no leads and now believed he may have lived in the woods for days before resurfacing yesterday. relief in mississippi this morning after police say this
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killed during a terrifying home invasion thursday. >> yeah, the hunt for rafael mccloud is now over. >> reporter: police say rafael mccloud facing rape and murder charges for the disof 69-year-old sharon wilson broke out of jail last week after holding an officer at knifepoint. >> consider him dangerous armed with a homezhang shank when he left the jail. >> reporter: it sparked an intense manhunt around 4 a.m. thursday less than a mile from the jail police say mccloud forced his way into a home. the man at the house told police he and his-5-year-old son were heading to the garage when they were approached with a man with a knife and forced them back inside the knife and tied them up, stabbed him in the shoulder and held him, his son and wife all hostage in a bathroom. >> we believe that was a struggle ensued inside the home with the homeowner. >> 30-year-old male stabbed in the back is in the bathtub. >> reporter: after being held there for hour, the wife was
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back with a gun and shot mccloud. after freeing her husband, he then fired more shots killing mccloud. the man was taken to the hospital with minor injuries. his wife and 5-year-old son were not harmed but how about that wife and i don't know if it was adrenaline or fight or flight magazining to get out, getting the gun, shooting and freeing her husband. just the courage here. >> thank you, linsey. coming up here heroin in america. david muir is on the front lines going one-on-one with children trained to combat the deadly drug. a chemical in some of your favorite foods including frefrnl fry
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>> reporter: doug griffin. >> courtney was a lot of fun and would bring a smile to every face. >> reporter: four out of five heroin users begin with prescription pain pills. >> he got hurt in a game. >> the oxycontin. >> reporter: rich, poor, the middle class, pills then heroin. >> spencer switched over to heroin. >> heroin. >> heroin. >> the police came to my door at 1:00 in the morning and said my son was gone. >> in so many communities across this country, the needles are everywhere. this man shows us the needles and tool kits they show, families discovering them. >> you have families calling saying there are needles in the park, needles on the little league field which is why chris is now teaching middle school students, 11 and 12 years old how to news farnarcan to bring someone back from a heroin overdose.
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>> i saw one just like on the sidewalk and i was like, what is that for and my mom told me and i was like, whoa. >> reporter: and some of the children reveal it's in their own homes. years old. that's where we are? >> yep. >> reporter: and just look, this young girl practicing how to administer the drug to save bear. >> wow, what a stunning image and authorities are now tracing new heroin use to prescription prils, especially among younger users. >> that incredible number you heard. four out of five new heroin users start with prescription drugs, an injury on the football field, soccer field or leftover pills in the medicine cabinet you might find from your parents so that's where they believe it begins and we track these families for more than a year and even they could not have predicted where this would turn in their own families. it's heartbreaking but we look for solutions >> eye-opening investigation that every family needs to watch. thank you, david, so much.
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back now with justin fever and not talking about the pop star but canadian prime minister justin trudeau a huge hit at the white house and the other huge stars, malia and sasha obama whose dad got a little more than choked up when he talked about his little girls. from the country that brought us justin bieber brings us justin fever. >> leave it to a canadian to get international fame with a song called "sorry." >> reporter: their bromance, a friendship on display at the state dinner overnight. >> we're actually closer than friends. we're more like siblings. >> reporter: the first lady is also making waves with michelle obama wowing in a floral jason wu. and sophie trudeau in purple and sasha and malia attending their first state dinner recommend nicing about how much they've grown.
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office, malia was 10 and sasha was just 7 and they grow up too fast. this fall malia heads 0 of to college and i'm starting to choke up. >> reporter: canadian celebrities michael j. fox, mike myers and ryan reynolds acop companyied by his wife blake lively accompanied by sara ba bareilles bareilles. >> to me, my great hair came in at a much slower rate than yours has. >> a little teasing. >> a little pressure goes with the job. >> i like that justin bieber line. >> all right. sorry, right. coming up, jessica alba and her honest brand are now under fire. new claims that one of the ingredients they say to avoid is actually in their laundry
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live claritin clear. . good morning. it is 7:56 this friday, march 11th. i'm ken rosato. topping headlines at this hour, a suspect in a deadly shooting in queens will northbound court today after police tracked him down 3,000 miles away. tyquan long was arrested in california last week. he was extradited to queens. he faces charges in the shooting death of his girlfriend and wounding a 51-year-old woman in the shooting. they caught this man in connection with a frightening subway shoving case in queens. he is 38-year-old george pout and is now accused with attempted murder. he pushed a 15-year-old girl in front of an on coming train in corona. the teen managed to squeeze
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wheels and survived. >> we'll start off on the subways over on the seven, n, and r. still seeing delays with on going central problems. 23rd at 8th avenue in town. fire department activity. buses. car. inbound george, 30, holland, 30, watch for delays near the stadium. it is emergency construction as we head out to the web cam, here is the volume on the southbound getting onto the south bronx. on going roadwork. alternate side parking rules are in effect. back over to you, ken. >> meteorologist bill evans with the accuweather forecast. >> with the warm temperatures, it will be very nice weather going into the weekend. it is 58 degrees now. up and down a degree this hour. that will be your 8:00 tomorrow. la guarda. brooklyn, 57 down on the jersey shore. these numbers are way warm. it will be a great day. showers pushed east ward.
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we go to 63. that is 15 degrees warmer than normal and nice above normal weekend coming up.
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ee good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. and jessica alba and her honest brand under fire this morning. new claims that one of the primary ingredients the brand says to avoid is in their detergent. the honest company is firing back. oprah, fit, fabulous and showing it all off. her brand-new weight loss revealed. how she's inspiring people to live their best and healthiest life. why she says she's over wanting to be thin. an important health alert before you touch that toast and coffee, even french fries, the chemical in it that could cause cancer. dr. besser breaking them down. all that and "house of cards" star neve campbell is here with us live as we say --
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good morning, america. happy friday. great to have neve campbell with us today. take a look at what we have outside. there's a bat signal made out of legos in times square. why do you ask? because we're counting down to the brand-new informant "batman v superman" all the stars joining us next week. >> are you sure they updated the theme? >> like the 1970s. >> adam west is not going to be here. >> all right, we also have a online. does your family have rules for what you share on social media? well, it turns out kids who are more concerned about their parents what's online definitely true perhaps in my house. >> not my house. doing. >> you cannot put that picture on. >> my son has a blanket no >> not cool. >> stand up. >> not allowed to post and i respect it.
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therapy session. also this morning, "star wars" actress daisy ridley already a role model to so many little girls, now she's setting an example with the way she's fighting body shaming. how she's using the force to stand up for all women. that's coming up. >> she is a role model for so many young girls and women right there. now to amy with the morning rundown. >> good morning, everyone. we begin with donald trump picking up a major endorsement. dr. ben carson expected to announce his support for him today. the candidates took on a friendlier tone explaining their differences on immigration and social security, even trump remained low key but stood by his statement islam hated us speaking an exchange with rubio. a woman says she was roughed up by trump's campaign manager and another one a protester was
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the historic floods in the south. two feet of rain forced thousands from their homes and another 6 inches could fall in louisiana and mississippi. so far, four deaths are blamed on those storms. well, a manhunt under way for a convicted killer and another violent felon who escaped from a prison van in new mexico. both were shackled and wearing white jumpsuits. they were later spotted on surveillance video in albuquerque wearing street clothes. and the ceo and another top executive at the wounded warrior project have been fired. they're accused of spending millions of dollars in donations on extravagant travel and staff retreats. one watchdog claims less than 60% of the charity's money actually went to veterans' programs. investigators near cleveland are looking into what sparked -- look at that -- this massive propane explosion at a construction site. they had to let it burn itself out. thankfully no one injured. two police officers in maryland will be awarded medals
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of an unconscious man from a burning car. one officer used his baton to break into the car and then his partner arrived to help drag the man out saving his life. well, a major food recall this morning. nearly 3 million boxes of digiorno pizza sashgs stover ae's la sanaa and lean cuisine meals are recalled after pieces of glass were found in them. our website has details on the boxes affected. oprah winfrey is showing off what she calls her best body in the new issue of "o" magazine. she appears in a form-fitting dress, dresses, actually, there you go. winfrey says it's not about being thin but healthy. she shares the cover with nine women who she calls regular jane, oprah says they are all on a journey to make health their priority and get rid of some of the baggage in the process. finally, a reporter in texas came upon a very unusual site. take a look.
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yep, she spotted this dog sitting perfectly on a riding lawn mower ready to cut the lawn, start cleaning up the yard. that's awesome, she said, as she saw the dog while she was on live television and we agree on this friday. it's awesomely funny. >> and hard-working dog this morning in never too soon to start cleaning up after a storm. important health alert. dr. richard besser is here. about a chemical in your favorite foods called acrylamide and could cause cancer and they're issuing guidelines on how the food industry can reduce it. here's the foods it can be contained in. >> acrylamide forms when certain foods are cooked at very high temperatures by frying, roasting and baking. a sugar that combines with an amino acid found in high lives in potatoes, breads, cereals and coffee and estimate 40% of our food has at least some level of acrylamide in it. >> if it's a danger why is the fda just putting out guidelines
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regulate it. >> in 2010, the world health organization said this chemical could be potentially risky to humans based on animal studies. until they have more data they can't set a level or threshold and feel voluntary guidance will be effective. most of the guidance is for industry so our food will have let acrylamide but for bread, instead of toasting your bread very dark brown go with a light brown, much less acrylamide. french fries french fries, this one is hard for me. they have higher levels -- follow the instructions on the frozen fries and cook them to a golden yellow, okay. coffee, light host actually has more acrylamide than -- >> oh, good. i was going to go the other way. >> main way to reduce it, if you're not eating this constantly and you're going to be fine. you know, if you think about it, diets that are rich in fruits,
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whole grains -- >> why in coffee. >> early in the roasting process you'll get some acrylamide forming but with the longer darking roasting it breaks it down so dark coffee is thankfully the way to go. >> thank you, rich. you'll take questions all morning long on twitter? >> i will. >> lara. >> here's what's coming up on our "gma morning menu." shamers. her message for real women this morning. actress jessica alba's company is in a bit of hot water after tests show it wasn't quite honest about a chemical in one of its products. a life-shattering moment for this woman. her incredible comeback story and with us today live, "house of cards" star, neve campbell outin times square. hi, neve. you look beautiful. we'll talk to her live next on "gma." here, so french.
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23-year-old daisy ridley fighting a new battle. far away. the internet responding to this body shaming meme posted online that depicts her character rey with a false thought bubble that read, i can't believe the un unrealistic expectations i'm setting for young girls. who cast me anyway? curves? the english actress reposting it to her instagram saying real women are all shapes and sizes, all ethnicities, i am a real woman like every other woman in the world. >> in the film her character is a superpowerful strong woman. that reels to daisy herself. we see her speaking out now and she's not afraid to stand up for what she believes in. >> reporter: in a follow-up post the leading lady atting, i'm a normal girl thrust into extraordinary circumstances just like rey. i will not apologize for how i look, what i say anticipate how
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important. >> it's true, all of it. >> reporter: she says she's more accustomed to positive messages depicting her and the character she portrays as powerful role models for young women as she told our robin roberts. >> you are front and center and it's wonderful to see a female character in "star wars" being one of the major story lines. what do you think that says for young girl ideas. >> it's really exciting. the way i think about it, if i had a little sister i would be so pleased for her to see the film. >> reporter: she removed the meme and is now encouraging kindness towards the creator of that original post. writing "it was not my intension for anyone to send messages to that poor person that posted the original picture so please refrain" and finished with that old saying if you don't have anything nice to say don't say
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kindness won't cure the withhold world but a good place to begin and she's rumored to in be the running for lahr kra kroft "tomb raider" series. >> i can totally see her in that. >> thank you. we move on to another star jessica alba facing tough questions this morning, a force behind the honest company and now tests commissioned by "the wall street journal" says the laundry detergent has an idea they bromsed to avoid. rebecca jarvis has the details. >> reporter: the honest company under fire again. >> honest ingredients, honest results. >> reporter: the popular household empire co-founded by jessica alba emphasizing nontoxic ingredients but according to a report in the"the wall street journal" their laundry detergent may not be so honest afterall. >> we're so transparent. >> reporter: one of the primary
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agent called sodium laurel sulfate called sls and while the label says fry of sls. two independent lab tests commissioned by "the wall street journal" found a significant amount of sodium laurel sulfate in honest's detergent. the honest company striking back. standing behind their detergent and their commission to create safe and effective products. a rep for the brand telling abc "the wall street journal" has been reckless in the preparation of this article, refused multiple requests on data on which they apparentry lee lied and has substituted junk science for it. >> reporter: a war of words continuing. "the wall street journal" telling us "the journal's report is accurate, fair and meets the journal's established and trusted high standards. we took great care in preparing this story relying on two tests with two different lanns and numerous experts." last year the company felt heat after parents claim honest
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but defended the product saying it was safe and effective. if sls is found within the product this mess may be a hard one to clean up. >> the wall street ideal is a so big, powerful organization and they wouldn't approach this casually. if it's found out that there is sls in this product the honest company is going to have some explaining to do. >> reporter: for "good morning america," rebecca jarvis. abc news, new york. >> yeah, we'll have to see what the next round of tests find. >> all right. we want to turn to that parenting alert about sharing on social media specifically a new study revealing parents may want to think twice before they post about their kids that we first saw in "the new york times" and has us talking. >> no more counting. >> reporter: qualify you post that photo be sure to ask permission. according to eye new survey that's the social media rule. kids want their parents to follow. alexksx alexis led the research.
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saying parents shouldn't be posting go them at all but wanted to have some control over their image relationship the young scientific survey say children are embarrassed and posting about them on social media. windy bradford does her best to respect her wishes. when it comes to hitting the post button. i ask my children for permission most of the tim and so aware is this going on facebook? it is a topic of conversation. >> reporter: social media and the role in the family evolving and where parents are on social media, the rules are changing. >> i think it's great that parents share pictures of their family. i don't think it's a bad thing. i think it's a changing thing and as my children have become a r a aware, they voice their opinions and i can't ignore that. >> do you think you post too
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media and 86% said no, not at all, 14%, say, we do. >> we didn't ask the kids. >> i think 100% of kids would say, please, yes, you do. join joining us ericka souter. what do you think? >> i was surprised at first. this is a complete role reversal. we as parents are trained to think we want to stop our kids from posting certain things but -- ? we do. >> and we do. but, when the roles are turned and kids are horrified or they feel it's negatively affecting their life it's like an eye-opening moment. tear whole identities are locked up oneven and can't separate between reality and what they post. they want the world to know everything is cool, fashionable and funny. picture -- >> or a throwback thursday. >> that's such a beautiful
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no, it isn't mom. these images can be horrifying and friends and enemies alike can be horrible when they've had a horrible picture online. >> how terrible for a parent if you think you caused it. >> kids always get embarrassed about their parents. >> i never knew what a dork i was until i had teenagers. the heart tv the issue, though, is really about trust. >> right, it's trust not the way we think about it because kids know their parents don't hate them or want to hurt them but don't just our treatment. we're not cool enough to help them cultivate. >> so true. >> online persona. part of the problem. what their social context is either. we're just posting pictures because it's cute naked in the bathtub. >> don't do that, mom this don't do that. we're also not fully aware of the image he want to put out to the world. >> you are when you have teenagers. they make you very --
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tweens did you really need to respect their voice? >> yes. >> you do. they want to be independent and first step in that. we'll get right outside to rob for a look at the gorgeous weather. >> check it out. hey, huge, amazing crowd out here. who's got a birthday, raise your hand? birthday? birthday? yes. all right. welcome to "gma." . thank yo very much. meteorologist bill evans. we have clouds, sun breaking through now. temperature is 58 degrees and it is going to keep warming up from
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58 to newark to laguardia to jfk. 57 on the jersey shore. today sun and clouds as the rains push east ward sh the sun will come out. winds will pick up out of the northwest. it will be refreshing with a nice breeze. the temperature is 15 degrees warmer than normal. we'll have clo we are in trouble here. i think we need batman. commissioner gordon, light it up. there it is. check it out, 75,000 legos made this 6 feet by 6 feet and waiting the new "batman v superman." david making this happen. your boy superman up there. you're a little obsessed with legos. >> superhero exhibition and let's call batman. >> i love it. everybody loves legos and superman and bat man so we love this exhibit. >> i was waving at you? >> yeah, hi, everybody. we went to see the new movie.
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>> i saw lara and she was so fee justed on the movie she didn't even see me. >> i really thought -- i'm a batman girl. i just -- no, no, henry. >> i'm a superman girl. >> it's great and we are not allowed to say anymore than that. because it's -- i got a big ending. you know what else is big. "pop news." you hear this song, some sweet as sugar news for you, "people" matt revealing adam levine and his new bride are expecting their first child. the maroon front man will marry in manxexico last year. he was joking to ryan seacrest he plans to have more than 100. good luck with that, the hottie. meanwhile, congrats on the first who will surely be genetically blessed. real congratulations to you both. who if you found out that your cat meowed in how you say eye frifrp accent.
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sweden are researching whether cats meow differently depending on where they're from. so many questions about this study starting with why, but it will go on for the next five years as scientists break down what they refer to as and this is a scientific term, as the meowsic or melodic music they make and how they vary around the word. we have three samples to interpret. perhaps from the himalayas. number two. [ oh october october] >> and number three. >> meow, meow, meow. >> please send me your thoughts on this one. >> yodeling maybe. >> that's what i think. >> sound of fluffy. >> is that a girl?
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that it could shed light on how cats in hospitals and shelters should be talked to and treated. i am not making this up. finally, may your weekend go better than this woman's photo shoot. >> oh, no. what could go wrong what could happen? >> wait for it. >> wait for it. >> oh. >> that's "pop news." i bet you'll have a better weekend than she will. >> slo-mo. >> nobody is going to give her a warning over that. >> george, did you enjoy the video or not? >> i enjoyed the video. >> well, okay. >> thank you, lara. >> you're welcome, george. coming up celebrating nancy reagan this morning with an exclusive look at the former first lady's life. and the gymnast overcoming all the odds getting back on the balance beam after a major setback.
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you don't want to miss it. . good morning. it is 8:27 on this friday, march march 11thths. i'm shirleen allicot. a suspect on long island is accused of stealing a police suv and crashing into several parked cars. it started late last night in free port. investigators say some how the suspect got from the back of the vehicle to the driver's seat while the suv was running. he took off, eventually ending up on a dead end street where police say he crashed into four-cars officers surrounded him and took him back into custody. >> 41 hours. that is how long until we reach the strike deadline in the jersey transit rail talks. both sides sit down again in newark. management notified the unions
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benefits would be suspended during the strike. they called the move counter productive. new jersey transit s . commute with debbie. >> let's go to the subways on the seven, n, and r. still seeing delays with on
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we'll go to q gardens, an there. deagan southbound, a big pothole. emergency construction there. busy 95 southbound for the car fire that just cleared away. george, 30, lincoln 45, holland 40 and 46 east and elm wood park. a collision. alternate side in effect. back over to you. bill evans with the accuweather forecast. >> we have sunshine through the move on. temperature 58 degrees. normally we would be at about 35 this hour of the day, so it is way warm out. there not as warm as yesterday but we'll have sunshine today and the clouds keep sliding east and south. high pressure builds in today. lots of sun. 63 with a northwest wind at 25 miles an hour. nice, refreshing breeze. we have lots of sunshine coming in today. sunshine tomorrow, 63, temperatures 15 degrees warmer than normal this weekend. get out there and have fun. back to you. >> sounds good. thank you, bill.
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live with kelly and welcome back to "gma" and look at those lovely pictures of ronald and nancy reagan all ahead of mrs. reagan's funeral later today and roger sandler is sharing photos from his archives and reflected on these intimate images so take a look. >> there were two sides to mrs. reagan. first of all, she's have, very sharp. very aware of public events. mrs. reagan had this uncanny ability to look down the road, to have a perspective that if president reagan had this kind of speech or pushed that kind of would be. she was glamorous. she had great taste. it was something that she told me that you couldn't help but
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heyday of old hollywood. it was a tremendous love affair. they were very touchy, feely, unabashedly so. mrs. reagan in my viewpoint accommodate the her husband. he loved the ranch but the ranch was an oasis for them even more so than camp david where he could kick back, relax, do work. she most preferred traveling with him and he felt more at home if you will on the road when his wife was with him. i mean, here's a loving wife whose whole life was devoted to her husband and her husband's well-being. i don't know how this woman existed once he was in the throws of alzheimer's. it naturally took a great toll on her and how she was able to
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i don't think anyone knows. >> what a touching look back and i will be anchoring live coverage of it starting at 2:00 p.m. eastern. back to rob. friday. georgia bulldogs for amy. from all over and somebody -- gorgeous weekend for a lot. cooler across the northeast.
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this weather report is brought to you by purina and also "star wars" fans the force, the highly anticipated release of "star wars: the force awakens." some never before seen footage happening in april, the for the first time the entire cast got together. we have the scoop. >> this would be the first gathering of this original cast, new cast, this core group of people making this movie and wanted to document but the most important thing was to hear it. just as a fan of "star wars" to see them all together was an incredible thrill. >> a long time ago when a galaxy far, far away. >> all right, who's feeling the force? [ cheers and applause ] we all are. lara, juju, over to you. >> thank you, rob. we turn to an incredible story of a young gymnast who has beaten the odds in a major way
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after a battle with cancer. "nightline" anchor juju chang is here with the incredible comeback story. any time any of us will say you can't do that, that is impossible, all we need to do is think about kate foster. she didn't just triumph over adversity but crushed it and single handedly or single leggedly defines what it means to be a champion. if you watch based on these images that kate is a talented gymnast, you'd be right. that's not the whole picture. the illinois teeven is not only extraordinary but able to stick picture perfect dismounts with a prosthetic leg. >> she loved it right from the beginning. that extra practices, the extra time at the gym. >> i never found anything i
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kate was diagnosed with leukemia and infection that ravagedary wleg and was forced to choose between life or a limb. >>. you're not taking off my leg, i said. i need it for gymnast ticks. they said this bone marrow transplant won't work. it's your leg or life. >> she thought her life as a gymnast was over but her coach had other ideas. >> my coach said something to me that really changed my mind-set. she said that she had never coached a one-legged gymnast before but she was willing to try if i was. >> reporter: so they set off on an uncharted course. she competes with her team traveling throughout the nation and sanctioned gymnastic competitions, every single one of her chet tors last two legs, standard sflths what she's
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thing. there are not any one-legged gymnasts out there. >> they don't change the rules for her and they don't say you tent have to do this 0 part or that part. a recent video her father posted of her competing on beam garnered 5 million views in ray matter of days. kate says she wants to beery doctor and somehow industry involved in gymnastics, the world that's always inspired her and enabling her to inspire others? people tell me i'm an inspiration but i'm just kind of me. >> she is beyond inspiring. what insporehires her. her dad created a motto. he said you're modified. you're not broken and always reminding her you can stilt do whatever you have on your mind. you just have to do it differently and now kate and her family are role models to others facing amputation.
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half of her kes to kate's encourage encouragement. >> next time you think you're having a bad day, look at kate. we'll head into real. thank you for that. we'll tauj about "zootopia." it is breaking box office records with its action-parked animation and big stars like shakira and jason bateman who plays a very smart and sometimes sneaky fox. he talked about it all with rachel smith. >> i'm here to ask you some questions about a case? then they should have gotten a real cop to solve it. >> it's jason bateman like you've never seen or heard him before. >> i may have sole him a very expensive wool rug that was made from the fur of a skunk. >> what made you so mad? >> but. >> starting as the sly but lovable fox, the quietest disney's zoo.
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movies because i have two little girls, 9 and 4 and wanted to work in one. >> what did they think. >> the 9-year-old is impressed. the 4-year-old didn't see hit. i'll get her notes when she gets into a -- >> flash shall flash, 100-yard dash, buddy, it's nice to see you. >> nice to see you. >> hmm. >> too. >> at its heart "zootopia" is a film about differences between the two. >> this ends up being extremely timely with these messages of indelusion renn not being a fearmonger and letting people co-habitat without carrying that they're going to infripgs on your freeman do. >> do you feel like you have the cynicism of nick your character. >> how about you forget you saw me? >> that's a no? i'm a very sort of positive optimistic person. >> good. i feel like there's a but in
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>> but i cover with a lot of snark. i've got a hard candy shell. inside there's a soft chewy center. >> you got to slick through me. you are not going to cut back -- >> that will be in. >> that will be the tease. >> oh. >> of course, this being disney, you know know who will show up. >> good to see you this morning. hello. >> hi, minnie. great to see you, darling. you look great. >> i love you, baby. >> for "good morning america," rachel smith, orlando. coming up next "house of cards" star neve campbell is here live. stay with us. we'll be right back. governor andrew cuomo: there is an unhealthy income inequality gap that is only growing. if you work full-time you shouldn't have to choose between paying the rent and buying food. i say lift up the working families of this state
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we fight until this nation fulfills its promise of opportunity for all and that's what this fight for $15 is all about. is that coffee? yea, it's nespresso. i want in. you're ready. get ready to experience a cup above. is that coffee? nespresso. what else? hey, have you heard? heard what? before school starts in september, all kids going into 7th and 12th grade have to get the meningococcal vaccine. it protects against diseases like meningitis. that can be serious, even deadly.
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we are back now with neve campbell, the actress famous for "party of five" now taking on the white house in "house of cards." take a look. >> i am not going to put myself in the cross fire between the president and first lady. >> well, i'll handle francis. >> you said he was on board.
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>> the point you misled me, miss underwood. >> what is it, you want, money. or do you want pore to make a real mark? >> i don't have to choose. i can have both. >> i love it. your character is so powerful. it's incredible and i am halfway through so i can't wait to see what comes next. my favorite season so far probably. have you watched it? >> i just finished it last night. >> what did you think? >> i'm happy. i'm very happy. i'm excited to be a part of it. >> leann, tell me about your character. >> she's a very strong, successful, intelligent, powerful political adviser and campaign manager and she's invited by the underwoods to come and help them with their campaign. >> when you were shooting this and we have a lot of political theater going on, was some of that still going on and finding yourself invested more in the character. >> absolutely. it's a bit of a circus this year. it feels like.
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anything and slightly scary. but certainly we were definitely watching what was going on and beau willimom is aware of what's going on in the political areason ma. >> i love seeing you back on something full time. big fan of "party of five." you went away and had a few parts here and there. what's it like being back in full swing and what went into that decision for you? >> well, you know, i took time out and lived in england for nine years and a had a son and wanted to be present for my son and knew i wanted to be careful about the decisions i made and did "mad men" and "manhattan" and good quality roles and shows but choosing a regular role on a show, i didn't want to be doing an entire ten months a year but in a good ensemble and here was the show fantastic, fan of it, great cast, great writing. >> great choice.
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what would your character leann, what advice do you think she would have for any of the kurptsdz presidential candidates? >> oh, my goodness. that's a long conversation. i would imagine she would suggest to trump he apologize for some of the racist stuff going on instead of telling them this they should go back to their mother. he might apologize for some of the actions of the people who are following him. >> there's a lot of advice that koko go around for a lot of the candidates out there. >> absolutely. so for your longtime scream fans who do you think is scarier, face. >> frank because he's un predict unpredictable unpredictable. he has a knife and running around. underwood. you don't know his intentions. >> underhanded and speaking of "scream," 20th anniversary when you start adding it up.
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you're coal we're old. did you know at the time this was going to be so human, such a cult favorite? >> we had no idea. we knew it was a good script and new wes craven was amazing but when we started we were shooting in santa rosen and none of us were famous except for drew barrymore anymore and we joked about do you think it would be a halloween costume but had no idea there would be. >> and still are. it's crazy. >> "house of cards" is excellent. love your character and love watching you back in full swing. neve campbell, season four of "house of cards" is streaming live on netflix. coming up, 3 doors down
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album "us and the night" and making their bay but performance with their new single "in the dark." whenever the lights go down that's when she comes alive ooh ooh maybe it's just something that you can only see in the light a pretty little vixen dancing out on the scene but the lights are shining so she's keeping it clean don't get too close boy don't touch her skin or you'll never feel the same way again
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you're believing then she'll be holding your heart and by the time the sun goes down you won't know who you are she likes to do it in the dark she likes to do it in the dark oh whenever the darkness comes she'll have you right where she wants ooh ooh just when you think it's all over it's where it all starts it sounds like an angel is calling my name it might be the devil but they all sound the same
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you get away she's gonna make you mind come with you if everything you see is what you're believing then she'll be holding your heart and by the time the sun goes down you won't know who you are she likes to do it in the dark she likes to do it in the dark oh she likes to do it in the dark oh oh oh oh ooh ooh ooh
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you're believing then she'll be holding your heart and by the time the sun goes down you won't know what you are she is gonna make you think you were leading but she had you from the start and by the time the sun goes down you won't know who you are she likes to do it in the dark she likes to do it in the dark she likes to do it in the dark oh oh she likes to do it in the dark [ cheers and applause ] "many patients and their doctors unfortunately are not aware of the options available to
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we're following breaking news in brooklyn where a bus crashed into several cars. john del giorno is live in news copter seven offer the scene with what we know right now. >> you can see it was a school bus involved in this accident. unclear how many children were on board the bus. it is on the brooklyn bridge headed into brooklyn. this is where the bridge comes to an end. you can see damage on the front end of the mini school bus. eight people were deserved for injuries here. seven of those people refused any treatment. one person has been taken to bellevue hospital. those injuries described as minor. two other vehicles involved in this accident as well. police are still on the scene. look for big delays headed back into manhattan for those headed across the bridge into dow brooklyn. john del giorno, channel seven, eyewitness news. >> school bus is never a comfortable sights to see let's get over to debbie with the traffic. >> thank you so much. we'll tell you about the subways as well. subways on or close to schedule.
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there let's go to the grand central. a stalled car on the south island, a crash going out to the web cam. let's look at the staten island expressway bumper to bumper on the verrazno. thank you. send it over to you, bill. >> we have sunshine, a beautiful morning, temperature now, 9:00, it is going to be 58 degrees. really pretty day. and even though it is not going to be 79, 80 degrees it is going to be way warmer than normal. 61 down on the jersey shore. the showers we've had pushed off. we have sunny clouds for the afternoon. temperatures warm to 63, 15 degrees warmer than normal and we have a beautiful weekend coming up.
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>> it's "live with kelly and michael." today abc world news tonight david mature and from the drama "house of cards" inventive campbell and recording superstar enya. also, we're looking back at some of our favorite people on today's flashback friday all next on "live." [captioning made possible by disney-abc domestic television] [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] >> and now, here are your emmy award-winning co-hosts, kelly

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