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good morning, america. primary as voters head to the polls in five states. gop front-runner donald trump looking to clear the field. >> you're gonna be dead in three, get out tomorrow and vote. >> sarah palin addresses violence at his rallies. >> what we don't have time for is all that ass little thuggery stuff. >> bernie sanders eyeing another hillary clinton upset. >> people come out. we're gonna win here in ohio. >> a fight to the finish in some of the tightest races yet. john kasich join us this morning. breaking overnight, severe weather alert. a tornado tears through the
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hail lead to dangerous driving the south tries to clean up from those massive floods, now, the new dangers beneath the water. the real o.j. simpson, aho calls o.j. his prison best friend speaks out about the juice's privileged life behind bars and who o.j. told him really knows the truth about those murders.hink i want to marry you bachelor ben pops the question after telling two women he loves them. >> lauren, will you marry? >> yes. >> inside his decision and the live wedding that almost happened. ben and his new fiancee lauren here live telling us all about "the bachelor's" biggest night ever. >> and good morning, america. if it's tuesday, thatother crucial day in the race for the white house.
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early there in raleigh-durham, north carolina. voters head to the polls in five big states, and two of them florida and ohio,for marco rubio and john kasich. donald trump hoping to knock both of them out of the race, ohio very, very close right now. neck and neck. he wants to put himself ono the nomination. >> as for the democrats, hillary clinton and bernie sanders also in very tight races. bernie sanders looking for big upsets in the midwest. look live at the campaigns all around the country. hard at work on this critical tuesday and supporters are out in force here in times square as in just a moment we'll hear from donald trump and governor kasich but first let's start with abc's tom llamas who is in brook park, ohio, with the latest on good morning, tom. >> reporter: robin, good morning to you. the voting here started about 30 minutes ago. here's one of the republican ballots and even thoughtes listed here,
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in the race an as you mentioned this is make or break for governor john kasich here in ohio and senator marco rubios trump hopes to close strong tonight. this is the day donald trump hopes to solidify his gop front-runner status and knock final republican rivals. >> but if you go to your doctor and he tells you it's over, it's just done, you're done, you ared in three weeks, doesn't matter. get out tomorrow and vote. >> reporter: trump also taking shots at ohio governor john kasich. >> and your governor is he goes to new hampshire. he's living in new hampshire, living. >> reporter: trump also trying to make a new point saying he's a peacemaker trying toy of the recent violence surrounding his campaign events. >> i am a peace-loving person, folks. these are love fests. sarah palin, not on the same script
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that have taken place at trump rallies. >> what we don't have time for is all that petty, punk le thuggery stuff that's been going on with these quote/unquote protesters. >> reporter: but senatorome of the blame lies on trump. rubio banking on his home state to keep his campaign alive. not ready to surrender to had a presidential candidate that has to be bleeped out. >> reporter: governor kasich campaigning with mitt romney on monday echoing a similar i watched the presidential campaign rally with people slugging one another. this is not how we fix america. >> reporter: and a trumprupting an event for senator ted cruz telling him to go back to canada. >> say, sir, one difference between this and a donald trump rally is i'm not askingch you in the face. >> reporter: yeah, now with
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voters in florida and ohio it's violence will have any effect on donald trump. those trump supporters say they are sticking with him but to win in ohio and florida he may need more than just his core base. thanks. donald trump joins us now by phone in palm beach. five big states. how many are you going to win? >> well, i'd like to say five but i would never say anything.hat happens. it's always a complicated process but i think we're going to do very well. we seem to be having great poll you lose one or two, especially ohio, the chances of a contested convention go way up are are you ready for a delegate by delegate contest in cleveland? >> well, i think i'm going to do well in ohio. i was there last night. we had an amazing stop in you know we're talking to the people and you look at what's happened and, you know, kasich supported nafta,
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going to totally destroyng to take all of the car business out of ohio and you look at what he's doing and you look at what he's done. he's in favor of common core, e in ohio and ohio, frankly, if it didn't strike oil, you know, years ago, ohio has the highest budget increase of any state -- >> but are you ready for anvention? >> well, i don't know. i mean we'll have to see how we'll do today. maybe i'll tell you tomorrow but i think for all of those reasons. i think we'll do really well in ohio. we'll see. if i am i'll be talking to you >> you said you're a peace-loving person bur you're still open to paying the legal fees of your supporter who cold cocked aring. by doing that wouldn't you be supporting -- >> i don't condone violence.
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>> so you're not going asked me for fees and i haven't even seen it so i never said i would -- >> you said you were looking into it. if you're open to that,hose fees, wouldn't that be rewarding violence? >> well, maybe so and maybe that's why i wouldn't do it. i don't condone violence at all, i looked and i watched and i'm going to make a decision but i certainly don't condone violence and maybe you're right and maybe that's why i wouldn't do it. >> and you know, said a peace-loving person but many have talked about the various things you said on the trump that seem to encourage violence, so based on what you're saying right now are you going to be toning down youric for the next phase? supply don't think i should be because i've had the biggest rallies of anybody, probably ever in terms of primaries and there's not even a contestad very, very little difficulty. we closed down one in chicago, other than that, i mean we've had very, very little difficulty.
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and even these rally, we've had very, very little difficulties. >> finally one of the super pacs going against you has put up a new ad where it has womenaying things you said about other women. i was wondering have you seen that and what did you make of it? >> well, you know, i have seen it and it was a romney deal. you know, who worst races in the history of presidential politics. he should have easily beaten the failed president obama and it's a lot of sour grapes. women, if you look at the women'seaving the booths, women i'm leading by a lot and i've done very well with women and with men and with educated and with the military i mean, we're doing well in every category but i'm leading with women and i'm very happy about it. >> mr. trump, thanks forg. >> thank you very much. >> a possible reversal on the legal fees. >> it does seem that way.
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we'll look live at the kasich t work in columbus, ohio and we're joined now by the republican presidential candidate, john kasich. good enough to join us live this morning facing a crucial showdown in ohio.m westerville. governor, good morning to you on this very busy and important tuesday morning. we just heard from donald trump. he was very critical of your among things saying that you supported nafta. how do you respond to what he said? >> well, we're up over 400,000 jobs.e fastest growing states in america. i've cut tacks by more than any sitting governor. we're running a $2 billion surplus. our credit is rock solid. our pensions are very strong and we've left no one behind. we've helped mentally ill, drug addicted, the working poor formula i used when i was chairman of the budget committee and balanced the budget in washington and saw a tremendous growth in jobs so
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i've used the sameve come out of the very bad situation here and we're doing really, really well and the numbers speak for themselves and, look, this is the way it ise, all the time, and, you know, as arnold schwarzenegger told me years ago, john, in politics you have to learn to love the beatings and i do. just another >> and the numbers are in your favor right now. some of the polls are showing you at a slight lead -- >> we're going to win in ohio. we've got great momentum. >> is it a do you have to win ohio? >> yeah, we have to -- we're going to win ohio. don't worry about it. you'll see tonight. we're going to win ohio. we'll do better inanybody thinks and i'll be campaigning all across this country. we're getting momentum and for the first time, i've been getting attention here in the last couple of weeks and a in ohio watched me in the debates and would say how come they don't ask kasich any questions.
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time and we feel very good.e is terrific and, look, i have about a 79% approval rating among republicans in ohio, and i think they're just rewarding two things, one is a good record, the fact that i've run an unwaveringly positive campaign. i'm not going to take the low road to the white house as we've seen some do. >> sir,t been? we've seen mayhelp. we have seen violence. we have seen name-calling and you have stayed above the fray. how difficult has that it? >> well, it's not been difficult because i have an obligation to the 11.5 million people who live in ohio, and, of course, to my have two 16-year-old daughters and when i look at the things i saw at that rally and i see in rallies and the rhetoric, it's disgraceful, frankly. i mean, we're not a country that slugging each other in the aisles or where the people who want to lead the
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group that he faces. i mean, they're blastingages all over the world and i'm sure people are shaking their heads, saying, what's happening to america? so it's been very easy for me to be positive because i think you win with vision. i think you win the trumpody who has a record and accomplishs and a vision. i think today, you know, when politicians' lips move people think they're lying, and the reason i talk about mcause i want everybody to examine it. i want everybody to understand that i have done these things. these are not just promises, these are things i've accomplished and the people of the state are better off as an i was in washington, the people and the country were better off as a result so i'm very happy with what we've done. >> i know as i said very busy, important day. weu joining us this morning, governor kasich, thank you. >> all right, give my best to george. >> oh, he's right here. >> i'm right here, governor. >> we already results from the day.
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mariana island and donald trump has won all nine delegates. campaign hard at work and bernie sanders' campaign out there, as well in north carolina. and hillary hopes to win in florida and north carolina but pushing hard for upsets across the midwest and cecilia vega has the latest from good morning. you. the polls are already opene the state where hillary clinton was born, but bernie sanders is hoping for a big win here and today he needs not just to win some states, he needs to win some delegates.o the finish, bernie sanders on a whirlwind tour. on monday alone stopping in four of the five states voting today. his final stop,>> let us see this great state lead the country into a political revolution. >> repking a campaign pit stop of her own overnight in north carolina. >> you know, i had to come back
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name. this morning there is trouble on the horizon in ohio where sanders is approaching on clinton's r: people saying bernie sanders winning ohio, no way. well, guess what, we have a good vote tomorrow, people come out. we're going to win here inter: a buckeye state loss while not enough to block clinton's path to the nomination would be an embarrassing setback. >> i am asking for your be honored to receive it. i hope to be your nominee. >> reporter: and while both candidates have their hopes on pulling off a victory today, in halls overnight, their focus was all about donald trump. >> we have a major candidate for president of the united states,s literally inciting violence among his supporters. >> people remember mob violence
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sense of how these candidates are feeling about today, look no further than where they had headed tonight. hillary clinton goes to florida double-digit lead and hoping for a victory party and bernie sanders goes to arizona, george, where they vote next week. >> he's looking ahead.much. let's talk about it with jon karl, matthew dowd and, jon, let me begin with you and the democrats. i think the clinton campaign bracing for another night like last tuesday where they got beat in michigan.n ohio. in missouri, in illinois. could set up this kind of situation where she wins more delegates but also has real weaknesseseporter: that's right. that was a complete shock in michigan. one of the biggest upsets we have seen. bernie sanders is in a muchow in ohio and missouri than going into michigan so he could easily come out of today actually winning more states but, again, not necessarily winning moreause hillary clinton is poised to win very big in florida and north
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>> and, matt, on the republican side you saw donald trump. he said he'll talk about avention tomorrow. will we be talking about that tomorrow? >> well, today being march 15th i recall shakespeer and julius caesar said beware the ides of it's likely to be the establishment candidate. if donald trump sweeps there won't be a contested convention. if he loses one of the big ones and looks like it's to be ohio, the contested convention is coming our way and unbelievable time, the republicans will and us in the media in ohio in cleveland when that comes but i think tonight what's going to happen is of the establishment is probably going to lose and that's what is amazing about the race. >> we'll see what happens and i'll be here for live updates as election results come in. now today's other top amy. >> all right, george. we have breaking news out of germany where a car exploded on a street in berlin during rush hour. the driver was killed. no one else was hurt. police believe it was
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believe it was a failed attack. back here in this country for the first time the nfl is acknowledging a link between football and disorders. appearing on capitol hill nfl senior vice president jeff miller cited research on a number of retired nfl players diagnosed with the brain disease ct, quote, certainly a link, but he says many questions remain about just how common it is. and brood's hottest show visited the white house. the stars of performed songs about the nation's founding fathers and the show's creator, lin-manuel miranda even involved president obama in some freestyle rapping. take a look olding up the signs i'm not done it's the oval office i can't believe i'm there it's so much more intimidating nocks and i can't stop i'm here with the president
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>> how good is that?hink that's going viral? that's going viral. >> yep. president obama is correct. that did absolutely go viral and i love the >> i know. it's a must see. >> he is so talented. >> freestyling like that. and the president too. >> all right. >> thank you, we'll go toth severe weather we're seeing. >> right, we have to start with almost 40 severe weather reports from kentucky too south carolina including this ohio tornado that is phillipsburg.r max sustained wind, ef-1. thankfully no one hurt. threat from up to grand rapids. damaging wind. two rounds, one i
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. all right, here's a look right now at our visibility and still under the dense fog advisory. we have dously in cleveland. vavenna low; canton down to half a mile. and it's a foggy start to the morning. ravena low and the clouds will push out in the wake and we'll give it time for off. it's primary tuesday, we'll see highs around 61 degrees. mainly cloudy and some sunshine will breakthrough this evening. have a great day. going to go back to the flooding in the deep south and i covered those. hazards under the water we have to talk about. under and on top. think fire ants.
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this is what i came home for -- to work in the community, turning schools after hours into centers for healthcarefor our kids. i'm p.g. sittenfeld. after princeton and a marshall scholarship, i turned down a job at google to work improving education.for the senate to offer new ideas -- pass common sense gun safety laws. for ohio. . time now is 7:26. and you're looking at the board of elections where they're monitoring all of the polling centers for you have until 7:30 to cast your ballot. >> and this is what you need to know before going to the polling location, you must be a
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you will need a form of i.d., a ity bill or bank statement and if you are a registered democrat, you can still vote republican and r the ballot you would like. and today is the last stand for governor kasich. >> and ohio has 66 delegates up for grabs. es gets the whole pot like in other states. if trump loses ohio, he will not get the delegates he needs to rip the republican nomination and case sick party at 8 at baldwin wallace university. and how's the forecast for those heading to the polls? >> it's foggy and they're going to want to drive slow visibility low in spots like ravena and canton. as far as the rain goes, it's out of here. drizzle in cleveland and dry today, very, very start. sunshine will breakthrough into the day and this is on the hour- by-hour forecast. and you can see after lunchtime, wait get those.
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and power of 5 seven-day forecast, showing the rain for wednesday and snowflakes return at the end of and somara, you're talking about the fog. you can see it here on your 5 on your side traffic maps in orange. it's affecting your commute and we're seeing plenty of volume for you, 77 one of the things that is going to, affect you, 71 northbound at west 25th and we do have a disabled vehicle blocking the center lane and that is around the akron area and dealing with a foggy commute today, but no incidents or accidents to report. checking out the drivetimes and not too k showing you all of the traffic, 71 at west 25th
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we welcome you back to "gma." looking live at the campaigns as you can imagine, hard at work in this crucial day of contests. facing primary showdown, a lot of eyes on make or break states ohio and florida. >> also right now sarah palin's husband todd is recovering from ile accident. sarah was forced to lead the campaign tail and head back to alaska to be in the hospital with her husband. this morning pope francis announcing mother teresa will become a saint on the 4th. she received the nobel peace prize in 1979. >> yes, she did. also this morning, i wish i could have been in your house "the bachelor" last night. >> stayed up a little late. there was some screaming and thoughting. everybody was really invested. >> why not.
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>> no, not necessarily. >> did you see people lining up early thisyeah, bachelor nation. bombshell finale. newly engaged ben and lauren are here this morning. t.j., a lot of folks cannot get enough of this. barry white, hearing barry >> you don't want to be in my house? you didn't assume there was a party in my house. >> i didn't want to make that assumption. >> george and i didn't get together and shed a tear. you won't believe hollywood not just -- hollywood tough guys can't get enough of this stuff and some of the toughest guys you've seen on screen have been moved to tears over what's "the bachelor." >> andrew was shouting at the tv. >> was he? >> yes. >> but not moved to tears. >> no, he didn't ove on. right now the latest on hulk hogan's $100 million lawsuit against gawker for posting a sex tape. one of the former editors was on the stand monday ands at the courthouse in st. petersburg, florida, with how it played. good morning.
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first up the defense putting former editor in chiefn the stand and lawyers hammering him for posting that tape. a.j. daulerio the man behind gawker's posting of that now hulk hogan sex tape taking the stand and taking some hits. >> those are your words. >> yes. >> are you laughing there? >> yep. >> reporter: lawyers for the hulk referring to daulerio'sion in which he sarcastically answers the only celebrity sex tape he wouldn't consider newsworthy would be that involving a child. >> your testimony under oath before this jury with thats that you're laughing at that point in time. >> not out loud laffer but it's a smirk. >> it's a smirk because you don't think the first amendmento you? >> it's very serious. >> reporter: at points daulerio even seeming to contradict part of gawker's defense, that the tape was newsworthy and their
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>> the fact that mr. bollea was taped with not his wife wasn't the news -- >> not>> you put it out in the public because you believed it was true and interesting? yes. >> it didn't really matter whether or not it was a morbid andoo people's lives for its own sake. that didn't matter, did it? >> no. >> reporter: the man behind it manning to invoke another amendment, the fifth. >> i am, you in the middle of and i'm tired of it. >> reporter: the judge ruling clem who mentioned 9 case on his radio show just days ago doesn'tront of a jury citing his lack of trustworthiness but ordering him to come to court and face questions in front of her. gawker calling his testimony, >> certainly important to know whether or not hulk hogan knew if he was being taped and bubba has changed his story many times in this case, testified to h on his radio
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>> reporter: now, hogan maintains he was recorded without his knowledge. gawker founder nick king the stand monday explained to the jury the kind of gossipy journalism that gawker does, he's back up there you. going to move on to new development in that shooting rampage in michigan. an uber driver is blaming the company's mobile app for his c's gio benitez is here with more on that. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. this is bizarre. he alleged declared the app to the devil saying it and body the moment he would open that app. this as we hear new calls from that awful day. >> somebody shot the ground. >> reporter: this morning newly released 911 calls capturing the scene, the alleged kalamazoo >> one car is okay. the other one is a minivan and the passenger is not moving. >> reporter: the spree ending in this moment, police catching up
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the window. >> reporter: and police now releasing this dash cam video showing his capture. investigators say dalton, an uber driver, went on aee weeks ago killing six. just look, it's a calm arrest. he gets out of the car, is hand away. >> one detained, firearm on a person at 41 minutes. >> reporter: now new details from his police interview. after his arrest the 45-year-oldng them that uber literally took over his mind and puppet. dalton allegedly going on to describe the uber logo as a quote, it would give you an assignment and it would literally take over your whole body. it was almost like artificial intelligence that can tap into your ing, the youngest shooting victim, 14-year-old hospital. this photo from her go fund me page showing her by her sister and her
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and when the shooting first happened uber said it was horrified and heartbroken at thece. as for dalton himself he told police he remembers the shootings but nothing else about that day. >> yeah, but the headline here, abigail, the fact that she's doing as well as she ismarkable recovery that she's making. >> they thought she wouldn't make it and she squeezed her mother's hand. >> thank you. coming up the man who calls himself o.j. simpson's best bars speaking out. what he says o.j. revealed to him about those infamous murders. later an allergy alert. an intense season off to anhow you can get a jump-start on relief. dr. besser is here live. it could be ibs-d. week ibs-d treatment that helps relieve diarrhear and abdominal pain r for 6 to 24 weeks. do not use xifaxan if you have a history ofifaximin, rifamycin antibiotic agents or any components of xifaxan. tell you doctor right away if your diarrhea worsens
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ryan smith with the details.>> reporter: a corrections officer at o.j. simpson's prison is telling all saying o.j. gets star treatment behind bars and giving his take on whether theted murder. >> i'm not black. i'm o.j. >> reporter: cocky and confident, the image of o.j. simpson millions are seeing all hit show "american crime story." >> people do admire me, johnny. >> reporter: but this morning, another image of the juice, as ked up since 2008. battling weight gain and arthritis but even behind bars, still living a life of . simpson is not suffering in prison. he's eating well. he's exercising well. he's got a flat screen tv. >> reporter: retired jeffrey felix is the author of of the new tell-all book, "guarding the juice," my prison bff.
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closest confident at the lo where he's serving a sentence for kidnapping and armed robbery. >> he thinks nevada is making up for california and that because convict him on the murders that they convicted him on some bs charges as o.j. would say. >> reporter: infamous for beating murder charges in the deaths of his ex-wife nicole and her friend ron goldman simpson up for parole next year argued he's been a model prisoner at a parole board hearing in not had any incidences despite the stories in the tabloids. i haven't had one incident. >> reporter: felix hasn't seen him since he retired he heard from a contact how o.j. reacted to news of a knife found at his former re now examining. >> o.j. thinks the knife thing is a complete joke and he wants to know why it was held on to for 18 years before it was
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yard, he jokingly says, if the knife is rusted, i can't be busted. >> reporter: even the man who calls o.j. his prison bff believes he's guilty of the 1994 murders. >> o.j. told me one time that only two people alive know who committed the brentwoodd al collins. when o.j. was washing his hands and looked in the mirror i said, solved the brentwood murders. you're looking at the murderer right in the mirror. and he just gave me a glare. he kind of gave me ad shrugged it off a little bit. >> reporter: now o.j. simpson's lawyer telling us according to o.j. any relationship between felix and him is wildly exaggerated and in most blatantly false denying felix even worked in simpson's unit.
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hey baby we are back now with the bachelor. lauren arriving moments ago in our studio and they are not the only ones celebrating their engage many. turns out they have somed superstars. t.j. holmes is back with that. >> yeah, robin, you seem surprised to find out i have weekly "bachelor" parties at my should because i don't.
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admit it but some don't. with a grown man crying but when that grown man is none other than donnie wahlberg known for his tough guy hollywood roles and was the bad kid on the block ande bachelor" -- >> i'm gone. i'm over it. >> reporter: wahlberg is a member of bachelor nation on a long list of celebrities obsessed with the you accept this rose. >> reporter: amy schumer, anna kendrick just admit they can't help themselves. kaley cuoco wears her obsession custom pants with roses and ben's face all over them but not just the ladies. >> no, didn't fit. >> sean penn is to jimmy kimmel why he's drawn to the show. >> i want to know the decisions and see somebody cry. >> reporter: ryan reynolds is a fan too and live treed back to weeping wahlberg who even penned an essay that explained his wife jenny
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for many. i'll watch whatever she wants me to and if i become addicted to it and have to be the butt of a few joke, whatever. probably more than just a few this. >> okay. he might just be a softy. he cried at "old yeller," the "m.a.s.h." finale. >> he didn't cry"m.a.s.h." finale. >> you love it. >> i don't watch the show. >> ah. >> are you part of bachelor nation?ing. >> i don't watch because i'm jealous. i had to go to every bar in atlanta to find my wife. he just had women brought to t, man. >> congratulation, ben. ben and lauren b. when we come
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. time now is 7:56. and the polls are open. and this is a live e cuyahoga county board of elections where they're looking at the polling centers for potential problems. you have until 7:30 tonight here are some of the things you need to know. you must be a registered voter. you're going to need a form of i.d., , utility bill or statement. ask for the ballot you would like. and into the live deserve, a cleveland school closed because of damage to the ol district telling us that marianne bethuen elementary school is closed to students and staff. the school is still open. and breaking overnight, one person is shot in a drive by
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i think i want to marry you good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. here comes the bachelor and his >> will you parry me? >> yes. >> and ben's big surprise proposing again. >> will you marry me once again? >> what's next for the happy co flying all night on the "gma" express to be here live. nobody can drag me down major health alert.g earlier than ever. what's causing it. how to jump-start your relief. dr. besser here live. are fashionng you? the successful photo bomb campaign that reached millions. why the department store behind it is now getting busted.
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speaking out about hisom jennifer garner. how they're co-parenting their three kids and what life is really like with his ek. bene and in love as we say -- >> good morning america. >> good morning, america. >> hold up. show it off. know why can't get enough of your love babe good morning, america. good morning, ben and lauren. there they are right there. the happy couple, nice kiss for theg night on "the bachelor." big morning here at "gma." >> i'm just happy to hear barry white, can't get is here, as well. you're right about that sharing pictures from their trip to times square this morning. ah, showing the bling. showing it off. very happy to show it off.
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mrs. higgins' leggings. wow. >> and then we've got a live shot of them now with the roses sharing love with the audience to them about their engagement. >> hmm. also this morning another superstar couple making headlines, george and amal or a very important cause that they're both passionate about. we're going to hear from the power couple about their mission to help millions and here only on "gma." >> looking forward to that. now we'll get the morning rundown from amy. >> all right, good morning. we begin with today's presidential primaries in five win or go home for marco rubio in florida and john kasich in ohio. if donald trump wins those states his road to the nomination could be all but anwhile, bernie sanders is hoping another upset over hillary clinton will keep his chances alive. abc's tom llamas has the latest headlines from the campaignning to you, tom. >> reporter: amy, good morning. the voting is under way here in ohio and this is a make or break
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john kasich. he says if he doesn't win is over. but if he does win, this race resets and he can still take on donald trump. earlier he spoke with robin. >> i think you win with vision. i think you win the trump somebody who has a record and accomplishments and a vision. >> reporter: today is critical for marco rubio who needs to winolls show donald trump on top and now the big question, how will all that violence from over the weekend affect trump at the polls? trump supporters i'vey they are sticking with donald trump but he's going to need more than just his core supporters to win in big states like florida and ohio. amy. >> all right, thank you so much.ith abc news for live election results as they come in tonight. well, there is new concern this morning about climate change. nasa has released a map showing a record spike intemperatures last month, an increase of about 2 1/2 degrees
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one scientist calls it a true authorities have subdued an uprising at this prison in alabama. inmates set a fire and stabbed a warden.elves in a dorm for hours, critics blame overcrowding and low staffing. well, police in philadelphia are searching for a man who stole a minivan with a inside. the suspect was caught on this store's surveillance video. the baby's father had left his engine running outside when he realized the van was stolen he texted his phone which was still in the phone, thankfully the suspect texted him back and told him where he dropped the baby off on a not harmed. in business news avon is cutting 2500 jobs. the struggling cosmetics company is moving its headquarters to britain. although it will remainn new york for tax purposes. and the women's march madness tournament set for friday's tip-off.
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n, south carolina, notre dame and baylor. uconn is seeking an unprecedented fourth consecutive national title. this is the tenth year in a row that uconn has been thated but, robin, you already knew that. >> fourth and 11th overall they're going for, amy, as you know. you can see all the action on espn. but now to alert for allergy sufferers. all that unseasonably warm weather means pollen counts are on the rise across the u.s. the red shows where it is worse.s chief news editor and medical editor dr. richard besser is here to break it all down. we were just talking about it being in the middle of cold and flu season. can you tell the difference? >> it can be tricky because viruses are still here and pollen levels are starting to rise. if you're sneezing and have could be both. if you have clear runny nose that goes to yellow and body
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itchy scratchy eyes and sips go on and ikely to be allergies. >> if you haven't shown symptoms yet, anything to keep it at bay. >> a number of things. first thing i say is suck it up and shut it out so the suck it up is use a with a hepa filter to sock up the pollen around the house, floor, rugs. and shutting it out. so nice to open the window ande in, that brings in all the pollen. clean your air-conditioning filter and that will help a lot. take it off. when you come in from the outside, take a shower,s. that is a's going to get the pollen off your body off and stay on track. track pollen levels online. weather sites all have levels are high stay indoors especially the morning when they're high. >> what if you're already showing symptoms, what do you do? >> make sure your prescriptions are filled and check inur doctor if what you did last
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>> lauren, will you marry me? >> yes. >> welcome back to "gma." yes, that's the moment bachelor nation was waiting for. we have the happy couple here this morning with us. we're going to chat with them in just a moment but first let's take a look back at their from 28 women down to the one. >> you're my person. >> you're my person. >> you're my person. >> on the season finale ofben offering up a rose and the promise of a lifetime. >> will you marry me? >> yes. >> reporter: but this new beginning only possible after onecall. >> and i would like to ask you, um, for your daughter's hand in marriage. >> reporter: and a heartbreaking go with you, but i found it with somebody else more. >> reporter: seemingly torn during the final two dates.
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turning to his parents forclarity. >> i loch both of them. >> everything about both of them was so wonderful.m said they're both lovely and have wonderful qualities. ultimately he had to go with his gut. >> reporter: then making his final decision. >> my whole life. my whole r: on "after the final rose" ben's almost fiance jojo facing him and revealing she's a big way. >> our new bachelorette, jojo. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: and ben's surprising bride-to-be lauren proposing for a second you marry me once again? >> yes. [ cheers and applause ] >> and they are, ben higgins and lauren bushnell. come on out. can't get enough of you
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>> you guys aren'thing, are you? >> mo. >> because when you were live in l.a. i was in my bed like turing out the lights and here you are now so what a whirlwind.he way. >> thank you. >> you said yes twice. >> i did. >> so what are you most looking forward to other than going to sleep for a few hour. >> other than a little nap later, you know,rward to just starting a normal life. you know, we've been engaged but secretly for the last few weeks and so i'm excited to go on a >> do you have any big plans in new york tonight. >> we'll actually stick around for a couple days. i do have a surprise planned for her. i don't want to ruin it but we will have a nice dinner date. >> haven't there been enoughs, ben? >> i can't get out of the rhythm. >> thank you. >> it's been a rocky road to say the least to get 0 this moment. part? >> you know, i think just having to relive things that happened,
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happened in the past, have to go have a million different opinions about it, but i mean, he laid everything out for me the day after we gotng to hear from him but another to see it. what was watching last night's episode like because it was gut-wrenching in myeven -- we didn't have skin in the game. i can't imagine what that was like for the two of you. >> the better question is has she seen last night's episode. >> oh, did you have a blind have ee seen bits and pieces so i've taken the approach for the last few episodes i've watched mostly just our part so obviously relive but i just don't know if it's the other parts. >> that would be prettygine that to be the case. the big headline this year was women. how do you get past that, lauren. >> you know what, i kind of and i think i said it in one of the episodes that i thought that could be a possibility so i wasn't shocked
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that he did get down on one me and was just totally honest, i think interest that day we really just took -- made a commitment to move forward. >> yeah.eally help you out any when you were like help me decide. what did they make of last night? did they find out with everybody last night or did you tell them ahead of time. did your family really know what>> on like at the end? >> right. >> yeah, they did. we let them know and you know it's kind of like anything else during the show. it doesn't always relate with real life in a sense andn love with two people and try to get advice on that doesn't happen. there's no training. >> so i know that you all married last night. everybody was so disappointed. why couldn't you just have a wedding too. >> we've done this fairly odd the way it is. let's try to make things as normal as out. >> we asked viewers to send questions. this is from bailey on twitter asks what is the most surprising thing you learned about each other after the show?
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surprising but i've talked about it a little bit. ben is very much a morning person and i'm not so much so that was just one of those little you get engaged and, yeah. >> that's livable. >> livable. totally livable. >> lauren makes amazing breakfast sandwiches. like you don't get that on the show so it's really nice to wake up and a breakfast sandwich -- ? that's a hint that you'll be are to go make some breakfast when guys tell you you're good at something like folding clothes, don't always believe that. marital advice for you two but congratulations, good luck. >> thank you, thank you so much. finally have a normal date. we're excited. to camera, right? >> no, hopefully not. >> congratulations. >> thank you. >> now back over to g.i. joe and robin. >> congratulations to congratulations to both of you. that's great. an abc news exclusive. federal trade commission announcing the lord & taylor
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abc's rebecca jarvis leer with the details. >> reporter: ftc is taking aim at a hugely successful ad campaign, instagram posts, t appears to be a news article online. it was all to promote a new line of dresses, the problem, according to regulators, lord & taylor didn't make it clear the whole thingrtisement. it's an expertly executed ad campaign, 50 of the hottest fashion bloggers all in the same paisley dress all paid as much as $4,000 each to post these pics on the same day. rachel and rachel got the dress for free and among the trendd the ad blitz, lord & taylor. >> they reached out and said we have this dress from design lab and want to send it to 00 see how they style it and promote it. >> and had us all post at the same time between 12 p.m. and 3 p.m. and then post it tagging>> reporter: the campaign, a
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lord & taylor selling out of the dress almost immediately. the photobomb reaching more than 11 million instagram userss. but this morning, regulators are calling into question the retail giant's tactics. >> consumers are looking at posts on instagram, they havey think this person who's fashion sense i value likes this dress and they don't know that it's there because lord & taylor paid the >> reporter: the ftc settling charges saying lord & taylor violated federal law claiming the department store giant duped customers by failing to disclose it paid for the posts in exchange for do you think your followers know you get paid for these posts? >> yeah, i think now like blogging is like an understood thing as a career. i wouldn't say like every single person knows, but now. >> reporter: in a statement lord & taylor telling "good morning america" "when it came to our attention that there were potential erins we took
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clear we cooperated fully with the ftc's inquiry into this matter. there is no indication of wrongdoing whatsoever." nour, the bloggers which are not accused of any misconduct were taylor within a week after the original post went out to include #add in their photos they did include that and they did say their that follow them, they know they're authentic and true to their core and knew what they were getting. >> let's talk to tory johnson about this right now. right thing here? >> absolutely. in terms of complying with whatever the ftc has asked them to comply with, the law is the law and it's designed to help consumers to make them aware of when someone is being paid to make an endorsement or a recommendation. >> we should say you do the "deals & steals" every week. are never paid by thecans. i'm paid by abc, not by the companies we feature. it's a service we provide to 's really important that "a," we follow
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follow the law and i think there's a little gray area insumers a lot of credit. i think consumers, we decide which bloggers to follow, which instagram photos we want to see in our feed and whetheretting paid to make a recommendation at the end of the day if i don't think that dress is cute, the buck stops with me. i'm not going to open my wallet simply because a blogger, a old me it's a cute dress. >> if you don't like it, if you do, you do. >> exactly. >> the product, does that have any bearing. >> i think the product has some bearing.ess. it would be different if this was a drug and there was a blogger that was being paid to make false claim, this secret smoothie made m even though it didn't. that's an absolute violation. >> anything having to do with health really. >> absolutely. absolutely. it's a dress and with apparel, lot of paid endorsements, paid posts that are going on and i would just have a to bloggers, be careful because you've worked
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want to have a black eye because you didn't include #ad. just disclose it. >> thanks, tory. outside to ginger. do that because we've got people from everywhere. alabama, wisconsin, indiana. and we're all celebrating all roses in hand. let's go ahead and t happened yesterday, though. look at this video out of south carolina, some of the biggest hail that some parts of south carolina have seen since the mid '80s. and that is moving coastal out of new england and coastal new england and will leave more mild weather and drier weather behind is the important part. you guys, can . a break from the rain. today's the day you get the errands done. tomorrow morning, we have more rain coming into the picture. foggy conditions persisting out better as the fog burns off. the hour-by-hour forecast showing the temperatures reaching the 50s along the lakeshore and 60s farther
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we're going to see cloudy again, that sun will breakthrough this evening. and we do have a chance of rain and that will lebin -- begin in the early morning hours of wednesday. that's a look . >> sweet little faces. annie, say good morning to everybody. >> >> i love it. all right, rach. >> cute. rachel, great to have you here. you look like a caped crusader. >> i've landed. >> i love the sleeves on >> nice touch. >> all right, shall we get to "pop news"? >> let's do it. we begin with ben affleck who is opening up for the first time about hisifer garner. the "batman v superman" star responding to his ix's revealing affair with "vanity fair" saying, it's fine, she's allowed to the actress described ben as a complicated guy saying the end of their marriage hurt so much. affleck now telling "the new york times" she felt like she wanted to discuss it and get it out there and get it over could say, look, i
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i don't want to do it again." affleck also -- exactly, right. also affleck also confirmed their commitment toclose as a family and calling her a great person and planning a vacation with their three kids in europe. >> he'll be here soon on "gma."erman" flick. and finally a quote perfect guys. a queen is never late. everybody else is simply early. can you name that movie? yes, you >> "princess diaries." >> very good. >> that's my girl. >> i love some anne -- >> exactly. right. director telling "people" magazine he is indeed ready to make a "princess 3." >> ginger just gasped. >> you know i love you it. >> check this out.
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hathaway and is on board to play queen oting it in manhattan and is pregnant right now so it will a have to wait until her little prince or princess. >> you can be an extra on that pare time. >> i'll wave in the back youpdz. >> so much free time. >> ginger, you can do it. >> she can do it all. >> rachel, thanks for bringing that to us. > coming up, george and amal clooney are teaming up, a new mission to help millions. and kristin cavallari is here opening up about mother her best fashion
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od morning. time now is 8:27. the polls are open. we understand it's busy at the cuyahoga county board of elections. they're monitoring all of the polling places oblems. you have until 7:30 to vote. >> and here are the things you need to know. you must be a registered voter. you're going to need a form of , utility bill or bank statement. if you're a registered democrat or republican, you can vote and vice-versa and also, get the and today is the last day for governor kasich. >> ohio has 66 delegates up for grabs. whoever wins the prizes gets the whole pot rather than in if trump loses ohio, he will not get the delegates he needs to win the republican nomination and kasich is
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and how's the forecast looking for voters today? >> the fog is clearing up but a few troubled spots left behind. ravena is one the rain is out of here and we're dry through northeast ohio. just cloudy. the clouds are looking forward to sunshine and highs reaching the upper 50s along the wer 60s farther south and into akron and canton and mansfield. the power of five seven-day forecast, this is how we're breaking it down. the next three days, rain picture. wednesday, thunderstorms in there as we head into early wednesday morning and thursday, saint patrick's day, and that is going to be a little showery and we'll see -- we'll see showers. friday and sunday, the temperatures drop overnight and we'll stand a chance to see a few flakes out there as travelling sevual areas and a right-hand shoulder is blocked because of an accident. and another one is impacting
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at 185th and let's go that check on 71 and west 25th. a big improvement, terrence and jackie. >> and surprised when you grab it. never know when it's going to be cars hey look great regardless. >> we'll see you in 25. cutting cost-of-living adjustments for social security. we said, "it will be over our dead bodiesl security." as president, i will do everything i can to extend the solvency of social security anwho desperately need them. i'm bernie sanders,
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yeah, it is a lot of people in times square this tuesday morning and coming up, the "batman v superman," jesse eisenberg is here live. cannot wait for that. >> we're also looking forward to chatting with kristin cavallari. the designer, author, mom is here. fashion advice from her very own closet. we'll have that coming up. >> that's coming up. but we'll begin with george amal clooney. they are now using their starne a light on the global refugee crisis. rachel is here with more on that. >> that's right, george. we're used to seeing the debonair duo dropping jaws on s morning we've got an exclusive first
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you've never seen them before. >> geoare look at superstar george clooney and his wife amal. >> you forget that these aren't just people who have just left their country for no reason at all. these are people who left redible tragedy. we always look around at the end of these tragedies and say if we knew we would have done something and the reality is, of course, we actor/humanitarian and human rights attorney teaming up with the international rescue committee for the fifth anniversary of the syrian civil s shocking to me is not that it happened but it continues to happen and it's been happening for five years. >> reporter: the syrian crisis left 60 million refugees ghout the world. >> it's actually easy to dismiss giant numbers. but it's velarde to dismiss a young child sitting on the er mother said if i die we want to die by a bullet because it would be quicker. >> reporter: sitting down with
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hear>> arrested for 21 months in political prison and last time i got tortured it was electricity, hitting, stuff reporter: and tell their own. >> my own family is from lebanon and they also ran away from a war and were lucky enough to be accepted by a european82 when the violence there was really bad. >> reporter: amal known, of course, for her accomplished reputation for conquering courtrooms and fighting for human rights visibly touchedy. >> i hope that as you say you will be able to go back to a safe and free syria. >> reporter: sin the power couple married in 2014 -- he ring. >> reporter: -- they shared a love of activism to share and champion causes and now together with the irc they hope ton to the global refugee crisis and raise emergency funds to help rescue millions. >> being here and talking with
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always been, which is you. >> wow, what a couple, right? >> see them using their celebrity for a cause and to create a dialogue. you know. >> really is, rachel. >> overrun right now.anks for bringing that. see more from their trip on our website, on yahoo! now outside to ginger. >> wow, and what a crowd we haverning. and what a day in the plains, you know, it's pretty pleasant here but it is windy and hot in parts of the plains. high wind watch extends all the way into the that you could see severe e weather this afternoon, you saw that stop at 3:00 there and overnight so after the midnight hour, chicago, that's you, the cold front comes through but quincy to in there, south bend all included in the severe weather risk today. i wanted to leave you the look from west to east across the nation.
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>> all that weather brought to ooh. we got american girls. we got to talk american girls. got stuff to do. >> we have kristin cavallari with us too. superstar designer. you know her from "laguna beach" and "the hills." mom of three making waves in the up about "balancing in heels: my journey to health, happiness, and making it all work." you, kristen. i know you have so much that has been going on in your life and we want to extend our sincere ng of your brother recently. >> thanks. it's been tough, you know. it has but i had my daughter sailor about the same t passed away so i found a lot of strength in my children and when you lose someone that
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realize how precious life is and so i've just been thankful for my family and everyone in my your family as you said continues to grow. sailor and you said -- i mean, 3 thousand. >> 3, i know. >> she's different. she's good. >> she's awesome. she's my best baby. lucky and fun, we have a girl now and just the energy in our house definitely has shifted and it's really, really nice. it's been great. >> good to have another girl. >> iy team, you know. >> and you do. your new book, you have -- you're talking -- you're in a happy place. the happiness that you have and making the transition from the fashion world. >> yeah. >> how did that come about? >> gosh, i've always been a shoe girl. i always dreamed of having my own shoe line and when i was 18 i made anh the hopes one day i would be able to use it and luckily chinese laundry four years ago made my dream come true and here i am and a ton of pun. >> and >> that was the next natural
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having a ton of fun doing accessories so, yeah. >> okay, well, we kind of tried to re-create your closet. over here. this is pretty much your closet at home. >> it looks very similar. yes, you guys did a great job. >> way to go, props. you said the whiteke a must have and you can do so many different things with it. >> i love the white blazer because it's versatile and can be worn with literally anything. in my book i show different wear it. with a romper or a dress, a sweet feminine look. you can do it with distressed jeans to dress up any jean t with the jeans. >> or i think for a great nighttime, sort of a sexy look throw it on with leather pants. >> okay. >> three different looks like that with one blazer., there's some go-tos in every woman's closet. what are yours. >> absolutely. i love a great pair of nude heels because when worn with a dress or a skirt they really your legs. i'm only 5'3". >> you seem taller.
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i'm cheating with my heels on. no, i'm very short. >> a nude heel. >> nude heel. i love a white pet shirt because it's a great layering piece and throw it on with another shirt, sweater or layer it with a dress and have the collar stick out. >> and? >> i also love -- >> put it on. put it on. >> no, you put it on. i've seen you with it. >> i wear these all the time. hats are throw it on with the simplest outfit and feel very chic. >> i said i wasn't going to do it. >> it looks good on you. work it. >> looks great. >> oh, wow. so that -- hats. >> any simple outfit with a good pair of booty, tank top, jean, need. >> what do you want people picking up your book "balancing in heels" to get out of it. >> oh, gosh, it's how i live my life.
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what i eat, what i don't, if you get any great tips out of there, i'll be pleasure to have you here. give our best to jay, as well. >> i will. >> "balancing in heels" is in book stores right now and ot to see this. this is so good and jesse eisenberg, we've got -- he's coming up and an exclusive sneak peek at tim burton's new fantasyller "miss peregrine" ." take a little look here. >> come with me. there's a place ialone. there's a new world
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there's a new world comings coming to an end >> how -- how did you -- >> it's my peculiarity. if i showe to promise not to run away. there's a brand-new morning nice and clear and sweet and free >> right on peregrine, delighted to meet you. >> he's invisible. >> of course. >> we're known >> why is she eating?
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>> don't be. a new world coming >> because our abilities don't fit in the outside world. we live in places like this. there's a new world coming can find us. >> jake, come and play. i knew you were one of us when you were born. it's time for you to learn what you can do. >> i'm >> no, you're not. you were born to protect us. >> promise me one thing. look after them, jake. >> i promise.
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black and blue, fight night, the greatest gladiator match in the history of the world. god versus. son of krypton versus bat of gotham. >> ooh. so e to ask you taking on the iconic villain lex luthor was that intimidating at all for you? >> it was both intimidating and kind of athe role is really wonderful and it provided kind of a great challenge as an actor and, you know, with the character like that and then this clip it's kind of hard to see he real emotional core and that he has his own feelings about things but that's the challenge of it is to kind of provide this evil character with a real center. >> there are so many layers you brought to lex luthor which was so fascinating to watch on the screen. isn't it fun to play someone evil?fun, isn't it. >> you get to do all these things that in person you'd be
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know, yelling at bigger people. stealing. >> peeking to that you're goingperman and batman. what was that like in real terms on the set with henry cavill and ben affleck. >> i got to take out all these h school being around the football team and notscreaming at them and forcing them to wear cape, my two dreams and i got to accomplish both of >> theres with a lot of improvising. >> the script is written by this guy named chris terrio. brilliant writer, didn't want to change a lot of his stuff but ng of like to make it our own and make these characters feel kind of fresh and original. secret. i mean, any of us who have seen it had to sign and so secret you actually had to be in disguise when walking to the set? >> yes. >> we have some picture, i think.r inner laura ingalls. >> that wasn't disguise. that's just how i go outside.
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kind of the south and, yes, that's my no, no, yeah, because i had this wig on and lex luthor is notoriously bald so didn't want to reveal my character has hair so i had to wear that for great it is to feel you're playing this cool role it's incredibly emasculating walking to your work in a kind of hold very funny so that is a wig. it's not -- that was my next question. was that your hair you grew out. >> i signed as many es agreements, i signed more and can't reveal but there are great like my character changes personalities and visual looks and so thes a redundant thing so i can't say anything. >> fair enough, fair enough. so what do you do after playing lex luthor. what are you working on now? >> oh, i wrote like a on a book tour for the last several months and, you know --
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>> i did a woody allen movie too and it's the did it a year and a half ago and then you work on other things and then coming back to it now is really fun but also you feel a bit disconnected to it and an unusual amount of down time so try to occupy myself. >> you told me even despite the down time you have not watched yourself in this film yet. >> yeah. >> are you going to? >> no, i -- you know, i try it because it's like -- you know, it's like hearing yourself on your answering machine. maybe that doesn't exist anymore. no one has -- >> i know what you're talking ever hears like what you -- >> when you play it back. it's like that times a million. because not only criticizing your stupid face but your voice sounds weird andyou so i'm critical. everybody is critical. >> i'll tell you, you're fantastic in this film and i understand you were actually slated originally to play another role? >> well, they asked me, yeah, role and i didn't think i could do it and i think maybe i was rude to the director
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he was like, wow, he's rude enough to be lex out perfectly. >> yeah. >> thank you so much, jesse eisenberg to stopping by anddawn of justice" opens nationwide march 25th. see it, unlike jesse. coming you, the best moments by the south by southwest festival all next. doing everything right but find it harder and harder to get by, you're not alone. while our people work longer hours for lower wages, almost all new income goes to the top 1%.wall street banks and the ultrarich pay their fair share of taxes, provide living wages for working people, ensure equal pay for i approve this message because together, we can make a political revolution and create an economy and democracy that works for all
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back now with the hottest tech festival in the country. one of my favorite city, austin, texas, one lucky "gma" viewer won a ticket to this annual megaevent and abc's taking us along on the winner's trip of a lifetime. >> it's the hottest festival in town, south by southwest featuring music, film and ts. angelika winning the experience of a lifetime. her excellent adventure started
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lucky fan was given a brand-newgalaxy s7 edge with pretty cool features. >> so cool. >> all right. let's go play with it. water resistant, you can submerge the phone in five feet of water for up to 30 to take a selfie. angelika and i hoped into this photo booth to mug for the camera and the fun was just >> awesome. >> president obama came to austin for the opening keynote conversation. >> hi, mr. president. >> it's good to see you and hello,use ] >> reporter: and hanging with high-fiving robots can work up an appetite. >> ready to eat now? i'm certainly ready to eat. >> cheers. >>orter: after lunch angelika got a quick lesson on samsung pay by simply using her phone then on to the vr lounge. vr as in virtual >> it's cool. >> reporter: in this case, a roller coaster. >> oh, my god. >> reporter: light pass.
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>> and there are some things to keep in mind before you vote. you must before we go to the polls and you're going to need a form of i.d. that can be a driver's license, utility bill or bank statement. if you're a registered ublican and vice-versa. just ask for the ballot that you would like. the polls will be open until 7:30 tonight. corrina. and from the live desk, we want to let you know school is closed because of damage to the building. the school district telling us that marianne bethuen elementary school is closed to students and staff ation at the school is still open. and also breaking overnight, one person shot in a drive-by shooting at a house party in ed before 1:30 this morning at the corner ofern ifwood and wildwood. someone drove by and opened fire. eight shell casings found near farther down the road. and checking in with somara theodore. >> and dry conditions outside of the door and it's t there.
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this afternoon, giving way to sunshine and checking out the hour-by-hour forecast. and this is the thing. along the lakeshore, the le to move out and that means highs will reach the mid- to upper 50s and farther south, that canton, you should reach the low 50s today. and a high of 60 degrees and the rain returns tomorrow. you can hear some rolls of thunder again. and then, we have a chance of some flakes nday. and i will be out of town once the flakes dry. and we're checking out accidents on 480 and 77 and l. the right-hand shoulder is -- shoulder is blocked because of the accident and dealing with the crash on 90 westbound at eddy road and no major backups. and let's look at 71 and west traffic is certainly improving.
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