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good morning, america. president trump lashes out at james comey. his first response just moments ago to that dramatic testimony. after the fbi director accused the trump administration of lying. >> those were lies, plain and simple. >> the major questions this morning. did trump obstruct justice? and are there really tapes of their private conversations? >> i've seen the tweet about tapes. lordy, i hope there are tapes. >> where does the russia investigation go next? president trump's former campaign manager here on "gma." breaking news, uk in chaos. the shocking election results just in. prime minister theresa may suffering a huge blow at the polls. now struggling to keep her job and the country together as officials demand she resign. may rushing to meet the queen, the global fallout this morning. caught on
dangers of walking while distracted. the terrifying moment this woman takes a devastating fall right through a door in the sidewalk. she didn't even see it coming on her phone tumbling eight feet below. abc news exclusive, chelsea manning speaks out. the transgender soldier convicted for the largest leak of classified information in u.s. history one-on-one for her first tv interview since a release from military prison. >> i've accepted responsibility. anything i've done it's on me. >> why she did it and her life now. >> thank you. >> first on "gma" this morning. good morning, america. hope you're well this friday morning. what a dramatic transformation for chelsea manning. >> absolutely. you know, today is a big day. we've also got our biggest
take a live look at central park. more than 2,000 people, they're already there and more are on the way for our sold out show with the chainsmokers and, george, i see you wearing your dancing shoes today. >> george is just laughing and saying nothing. we have a lot of news to get to. we'll have those stunning election results from great britain in a moment. the president just fired back. sent out a tweet saying despite so many false statements and lie, total and complete vin di cagle and, wow, comey is a leaker. a lot of questions. did the president pressure him to end the investigation. was it obstruction of justice? are there tapes? and is the special counsel now investigating president trump? let's start with our chief white house correspondent jon karl. good morning, jon. >> reporter: good morning, george. comey's dramatic testimony has set up a new line of attack from the white house, a battle
former fbi director over who is telling the truth. in his first public appearance since being fired by president trump, james comey accused the white house of lying about him and lying about the fbi. >> the administration then chose to defame me and, more importantly, the fbi by saying that the organization was in disarray, that it was poorly led, that the workforce had lost confidence in its leader. those were lie, plain and simple. >> reporter: and comey left no doubt about why he believes he was fired. >> it's my judgment that i was fired because of the russia investigation. i was fired in some way to change or the endeavor was to change the way the russia investigation was being conducted. that is a very big deal. >> reporter: comey's testimony left president trump uncharacteristically speechless. >> thank you all very much. thank you. >> mr. president, any reaction to comey's testimony? any rea
>> thank you very much. >> do you think he told the truth? the response came instead from his personal lawyer who issued a direct challenge to comey accusing comey of lying under oath. >> the president never suggested that mr. comey, quote, let flynn go, closed quote. the president likewise never pressured mr. comey. the president also never told mr. comey, quote, i need loyalty, i expect loyalty, closed quote. >> reporter: he keyed in on comey's acknowledgement he asked a friend to leak his memos to "the new york times" describing his private conversations with the president. >> my judgment was i needed to get that out into the public square and so i asked a friend of mine to share the content of the memo with a reporter. didn't do it myself for a variety of reasons but asked him to because i thought that might prompt the appointment of a special counsel. >> reporter: kasowitz suggested it could be comey in legal jeop
appropriate authorities to determine whether these leaks should be investigated along with all the others that are being investigated. >> reporter: but amidst a he said/he said one thing they agree. president trump was not under fbi investigation. >> i gather from all of in that you're willing to say now that while you were director the president of the united states was not under investigation. is that a fair statement? >> that's correct. >> so that's a fact we can rely on. >> yes, sir. >> reporter: of course, that doesn't mean he's not under investigation now. the truth about the contested conversations may come down to tapes which trump tweeted may exist. tapes comey and many others in congress now say they'd like to hear. >> i've seen the tweet about tape, lordy, i hope there are tapes. >> reporter: the white house still will not say whether or not those tapes or any recordings of the president's conversations with comey actually exist. but you can bet that the president and his team will be as
over again until there is an answer. amy. >> all right, jon karl, thanks so much. and so comey's testimony raised and left many questions unanswered. for those investigating russia and the trump campaign our senior justice correspondent pierre thomas joins us now. pierre, comey certainly seemed like a man on a mission. what happens next? >> reporter: amy, good morning. with simmering but blistering focus he laid out his deep concerns over what he felt was pressure when he came to believe was an attempt by president trump to alter the russian investigation by firing him. he never trusted him documents each encounter with the president right after they talked and said yesterday that he's given those memos to special counsel bob mueller. bottom line, he wants mr. trump investigated and those close to trump face increasing scrutiny, the source telling abc news the senate intelligence committee is planning to interview jared kushner later this month. quite a showdown unfolding, amy. >> thanks so much, pierre. george. >> okay, amy, thanks here with
campaign manager now an outside adviser to the white house and president trump. thanks for coming in this morning. you know, we saw the president's tweet. he said basically that james comey was lying yesterday, also said he had vindication. you said he is a liar all the time, james comey. the president could prove this if he releases tapes. will he? >> i don't know if there are tapes. you know how the system works. >> no, every president is different but you know president trump. >> i don't know if there is a tape inside. the president has said maybe there is, maybe there isn't. i don't know if there is or isn't. i don't work in the building. not yesterday when james comey was testifying, but when he was the director of the fbi he made repeated misstatements that he had to go back and clarify afterwards and he made the same -- ? difference between a misstatement and lie. hold on a second. first of all -- >> if you don't say the truth it's a lie. >> when you make a mistake you make a mistake. you're an adviser to the white house and spent
white house. this is a major issue of contention, does the president have tapes. if you don't know why not? >> look, i don't work for the white house. i worked for the campaign. i have no formal role in the building. i don't know what the process -- >> how do you know if the president is telling the truth. >> i don't know if there are tapes. what we know for sure what jim comey said yesterday the president has never been under investigation. it's the only thing. if you look at what marco rubio said it was the only -- >> you believe james comey when he said the president was not under investigation. you don't believe him when he says the president asked for a loyalty pledge. you don't believe james comey when he says that in a meeting in the oval office with the president the president asked had him to let the flynn investigation go. >> what i don't believe is jim comey who is the director of the fbi for the last five years says i was so afraid because the president asked me to do something, i didn't know what to do. i wasn't qualified basically he said to call the attorney general, to call the white house counsel to call the deputy attorney general. this is the director of the
and he was so shell-shocked, stunned, if you will that the president asked him to, hey, let it go potentially. i hope this goes away and what he said yesterday under congressional testimony was nobody has ever been tried or convicted of hoping for something. >> he swore under oath that was the truth. he told people at the time that was the story. he wrote contemporary in his notes at the time and he was actually asked yesterday why should we believe you and not president trump? here was his answer. you have to look at the whole testimony. >> you can't cherry-pick it and say i like these things he said but on this he's a dirty rotten liar. you got to take it all together and i've tried to be open and fair and transparent and accurate. a really significant fact to me is so why did he kick everybody out of the oval office? why would you kick the attorney general, the president, the chief of staff out to talk to me if it was about something else? and so that to me is -- as an investigator is a very fact. >> that is a pretty big
why did the president kick everyone out of the office. >> jim comey is the one -- >> answer this question first. answer that -- hold on a second. don't ask me another question. >> because jim comey opened the door on january 6th for a private conversation and said he'd like to brief you directly privately in trump tower. that was the normal course of business. why wouldn't the president have a personal private conversation with jim comey after jim comey originally asked for those private meetings. >> that was a private meeting back in january about the dossier because it was a sensitive personal matter. that was a spraeparate meeting february, february 14th, the attorney general was there, the vice president was there, jared kushner was there. the president asked them all to leave. why did he ask them to leave? >> maybe he wanted to have a conversation with jim comey directly. what i do know -- >> about michael flynn. >> jim comey testified yesterday under oath that he knew that jeff sessions was going to recuse himself. how did he know that? because he testified to -- >> he didn't say he knew
he said i believe that. he believed it would be inevitable based on information he received as fbi director. >> here's what we know, on march 1th, carol lee of "the wall street journal" wrote a story published and said there was fbi hand-wringing and no formal process for the attorney general to be recused from an investigation other than public pressure. >> how do you know what the president is saying is true? >> look, how do we know it is not true? here's what we know, two people are in the room, the director of the fbi and president of the united states. what we also know is that if the director of the fbi thought a crime was committed, meaning he was asked to obstruct justice by the president of the united states under 18 u.s. code section 4 he has an obligation, not only an obligation, a duty to report that to either the white house counsel, the attorney general, or the associated attorney general of the united states. he did none of those things and if he doesn't do that and knowingly conceals information of a crime, that is a felony punishable by three years in jail. >> james comey sai
now he has turned everything over to the special counsel. >> did he turn over to the special counsel or the media. what he admitted he's the leaker. he is the deep state in washington that is everything is wrong. he admitted under oath that he gave his contemporaneous notes to a law professor. if that what he has done and continues to do this, if this is his pattern as the fbi director he absolutely should have been fired and if he is the chronic leaker he should be prosecuted. >> you think he should be prosecuted. a special counsel has been appointed. he now has the memos from those meetings with james comey so even though the president wasn't under investigation before he's very likely is under investigation now. >> he's absolutely not under investigation. james comey testified yesterday and he's only been removed from the fbi for less than two weeks, three weeks, that at that time candidate trump was never under investigation, president-elect trump was never under investigation. is it
strange scenario since he last an investigation has started. it's possible. highly unlikely. >> isn't that why the president has a personal lawyer. >> no, that's what everybody does. that's what the clintons did. they brought in lanny davis to take care of all their problems, right? you were there. you remember it. >> i actually wasn't there at that time. final question, james comey answered these questions under oath. is the president prepared to answer these questions under oath as well. >> look, the president has no obligation to answer anything. what we do know he has said time and time again to reiterate the president has never been under fbi investigation and james comey testified to that yesterday. >> corey lewandowski, thanks very much. >> my pleasure. that was recorded just moments ago. i'm here with dan abrams. our chief political analyst matthew dowd and you saw, dan, let me begin with you. corey lewandowski pretty much doubled down accusing james comey of perjury. the president used the word lies this morning as well. this is now almost certainly in the office of the special counsel. he'll be asking the questions now and big question is who will he find more credible and do the president's actions add up to obstruction of justice. >> that was a heck
interview but in the question of obstruction of justice, i think if you were to ask james comey, what do you think, he would say, that when i was directed to end part of the flynn investigation, i didn't think it was obstruction of justice at that point. even until the time i was fired, i didn't think it rose to that level. but i think if you were to ask james comey in a private moment what do you think now? i think he would say the fact that i was fired over the russia investigation in an effort, i think comey believes, to affect the russia investigation, that may then cross over into obstruction of justice according to james comey. i think that was clear from his testimony and it is clear from his testimony that he believes that mueller ought to be looking at that and i am confidence mueller will look at that. >> is it clear from these statements there are no tapes? >> i don't think there's any chance there were tapes. if there were tapes i think they could easily -- there's no ambiguity over wheth
exist. they either exist or don't exist. >> it's clear that the white house strategy will be scorched earth against james comey. >> can i just say that the president of the united states declaring that he was totally vindicated and is a winner, i think he has his results from price waterhouse cooper because the last time a mistaken winner was declared when "la la land" was declared winner of the oscars. i think right now the senate gop members are going to just keep defending the castle but one thing they're unwilling to do go out and be offensive. they're in a defensive crouch. >> thanks very much. much more sunday on "this week" right here on abc. amy. >> now to that breaking news from overseas, the results from britain's high-stakes election now in and abc's james longman is outside parliament with the latest. good morning, james. >> reporter: good morning, amy. yes, this was something of a disaster for theresa may, the british prime minister. they still have thear
party in parliament but they have not got a majority. labor party on the other hand have had a good night. they also don't have a majority. this was a very bitterly fought election and the brexit campaign was front and center because she promised she wanted a strong and stable government going forward for the brexit negotiations. she is on her way or will be on the way to the palace to talk to the queen about forming a new government. uncertain time for the united king dom. this is an important story and will be with it all day on abc. >> thank you, james. those explosive claims against reality winner, the 25-year-old government contractor accused of leaking top secret dockments. brian ross is here this morning. good morning, brian. >> reporter: well, good morning, michael. some strange twists in the case this morning and some big questions about how someone like her had and kept a top secret clearance. until her arrest on espionage charges, 25-year-old reality winner was best known as a fitnes
videos online of her exploits. >> yes. >> reporter: but in court thursday in augusta, georgia, federal prosecutors said winner harbored some very dark thoughts. they said fbi agents seized a handwritten note at her home that said, i want to burn down the white house. all this from someone who has a government contractor had access to the country's most closely guarded secrets. at this facility for the nsa, the national security agency. >> contractors typically have top secret security clearance but they're not subject to continuous monitoring by the agency. >> reporter: prosecutors say winner told her mother in a phone call, mom, i screwed up. they know about the documents. but told her family she would hide her real thoughts by playing the role of a pretty white cute girl who would braid her hair and cry. and prosecutors said she claimed to have actually coached her parents in the phone calls to play the sympathy card as in this interview with our station wsb. >> she offered up
this nation. and to see her treated so violent is an insult to every person who ever wore a uniform. >> reporter: winner pleaded not guilty and remains behind bars but she's getting prominent support from fellow leaker edward snowden and comedian rosie o'donnell who gave her go fund me page $1,000 and called her a brave, young patriot. >> thank you, brian. we'll make a turn to scare are video and big scare for a woman in new jersey and here she is walking while texting. >> oh, gosh in all of a sudden she falls right through that open cellar door. several people saw her fall and rushed to call 911. firefighters were there within minutes but it took a while to get her out. the woman is in the hospital. she's in stable condition and she's expected to be okay and more than a thousand people a year get hurt like this. >> wow, that is so frightening. it's a wake-up call. s
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weekend. temperatures nearing 100 degrees. we begin this half hour with bill cosby's words heard in court for the first time in his sexual assault trial excerpts from past interviews and depositions were read to the jurors and abc's linsey davis is at the courthouse in norristown, pennsylvania, with all of those details for us, good morning, linsey. >> reporter: good morning, amy. we've heard the she said. now we're starting to hear the he said. bill qods's version of events. one thing the jurors heard yesterday when a portion of the deposition was read aloud in court yesterday was cosby saying that when andrea and her mother started questioning him about what kind of pills he gave to andrea he says he never ended up telling them because he was starting to feel attacked. for the first time jurors are hearing bill cosby's side of the story. but not from him directly. excerpts from a 2005 police interview transcript were read to them by a pennsylvania police sergeant. cosby's responses about
relationship with andrea constand drastically differ from her account of their interactions. just one day earlier she detailed being drugged and sexually assaulted by the comedian at his home back in 2004 but cosby told police in order to relax her, he gave constand 1 1/2 pills of benadryl not the three blue pills she described and the sergeant read aloud this q&a about the night of the alleged assault. did she tell you to stop? no. did she push you away, no. why did the petting stop. >> i never intended to have sexual intercourse. we were petting. i enjoyed it. we stopped and then i went up to bed. while she told jurors she considered cosby a mentor, cosby said they engaged in petting at least four types and only asked him to stop once. victoria valentino spoke outside of court. >> i'm one of his victims and i know better. he
he has a pattern of behavior that is consistent throughout all of us 60 women. >> reporter: jurors also listened intently as a detective started reading graphic excerpts from the deposition cosby baf in 2005 where he explained why he gave andrea pills. the reason i gave them to andrea is that she was talking about stress, i wanted her to be comfortable and to go to sleep after we had our necking session. with regard to the one night he says constand stopped him cosby said she doesn't say to me don't ever do that again. i think i'm a pretty good reader of people in these romantic situations. one headline that has dogged bill cosby since the start of this time is the absence of his wife of 53 years camille cosby. abc news has learned that mrs. cosby does plan to attend this trial and that she certainly supports her husband. amy. >> all right, linsey, thanks so much. veteran felony prosecutor nancy grace joins us with more. nancy, we
does it impact whether camille cosby is sitting in that courtroom or not? >> oh, it absolutely will impact the jury. i have tried felony cases both ways, with and without the victim's family or friends or supporters present in the courtroom. it means a lot the jury to turn around and look out in that courtroom and see who is or who is not supporting the defendant. it would give the impression that camille cosby does not believe her husband and that she's angry over this felony prosecution. i have always suspected that she will show up during the defense case. to make her not the center of attention as the state is unfolding a very, very difficult case for her to hear. >> let's talk about the state's case. we heard from cosby in past interviews and depositions. we know he's not going to take the stand himself but talk about what the impact was, how
prosecution did with those excerpts? >> they did really well and, of course, the defense can't, i believe, has leaked rumblings that cosby may take the stand. he's not going to take the stand. he would be sliced up like a thanksgiving turkey on a silver platter on cross-examination. i imagine if they did leak that, it would be to throw off the state so they'd have to scurry the night before to prepare a cross-examination for cosby instead of focusing and honing in on what they've got to do. now, the jury has heard his story, not by him, of course, he's not taking the stand but through prior statements about constand. but today i predict they are going to hear his 2005 deposition on his practice of giving prescriptions, of quaaludes, quaaludes and giving them to other women to then take advantage of them, have sex with them. you know,
when you don't know a horse, look at his track record. we don't know exactly what happened that night with andrea constand, but by his own admission, we know his track record, right? >> yeah, you're hearing it from the horse's mouth literally. >> yes, exactly. and there's no two ways to interpret it because he is saying it and you know another thing about prior victims, all these alleged 60 plus victims of cosby's, we're not going to hear from them but we did hear from one, kelly johnson and it brought to mind the dichotomy of rape victim, i've had them on the stand just break down sobbing, bending over where they couldn't even speak and then the other night pair for a prosecutor where they freeze up and they can't say anything and we've had kind of a mix of the two of those and the jair has seen all of this. >> well, some very dramatic testimony today in the case. we appreciate your time,
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she would argue in the fog of war, it's much more complicated than that. so many people call you a traitor. many call you a hero. >> right. >> who is chelsea manning? >> so, i'm just me. it's as simple as that. >> reporter: yet the story she's sharing this morning for the first time is far more complex. the world first heard about her as bradley manning in 2010 when the army intelligence analyst was charged with leaking the largest trove of government secrets in u.s. history. do you feel as though you owe the american public an apology. >> i've accepted responsibility. no one told me to do this. nobody directed me to do this. this is me. it's on me. >> reporter: it was images like in that manning says compelled her to go to wikileaks. american soldiers carrying out an aerial attack on what ended being unarmed civilians including children, among the dead two reuters journalists. >> oh, yeah, look at that, right through the windshield.
>> ha, ha. >> getting all this information, death, destruction, mayhem and eventually you stop -- i stopped seeing just statistics and information and i started seeing people. counter insurgency warfare is not a simple thing. it's not as simple as good guys versus bad guys. it is a mess. >> reporter: she leaked over 700,000 documents in total saying she wanted to spark public debate. so you didn't think any of it was going to threaten national security? >> no. >> there are those who say you may have been motivated to get the information into the public's sphere but you might have given it to our enemy. >> right, but i have a responsibility to the public, you know, it's not just about -- we all have responsibility. >> reporter: manning was acquitted of the most serious charge of aiding the enemy. but pled guilty to others and was sentenced to the longest prison term for any american leaker, 35 years. within days she made another life-changing decision. what made you decide to come out as trans after being
>> reporter: but the military denied her request for hormones, fighting for her right to transition so daunting she says she tried to commit suicide twice which led to time in solitary confinement. >> why was it so important to you to fight for hormone treatments while you were behind bars. >> it keeps me from feeling like i'm in the wrong body and like -- i get these horrible -- used to get niece horrible feelings like i want to rip my body apart. >> reporter: the army ultimately granted her request and five months ago after seven years in prison a gift from a parting president. clemency. >> i feel very comfortable that just cyst has been served. >> reporter: you haven't spoken to president obama. what would you say to him if you could? >> thank you. for giving me a chance. that's all i wanted. >> wanted a chance. >> that's all i asked for was a chance, that's it. and this
>> reporter: even though president obama commuted manning's sentence it was not a pardon and yet the seven years she served was already longer than any other leaker in u.s. history. but her fight is not over. she is appealing her case with lawyers from the aclu and support from amnesty international who object to her months in solitary confinement saying she has more than paid. >> that's the point president obama made. you did a lot of interviews and the intelligence community is still upset. >> absolutely and the portrait that emerges is a very complex character. she is a millennial who likes fashion. she has hundreds of thousands of fans on social media but she has those detractors in the intelligence community who say the bottom line even if she was trying to expose wrongdoing she should have gone up the chain of command because there's no way of knowing the long-term impact of those leaks. >> what did she say about the seven years behind bars, what it was really like for her. >> i think she said before she got hormone treatment it was despair. she attempted
because she was fighting for hormone treatments for her right to transition, her right to exist, she said but once that happened she started getting all sorts of support. hundreds of letters every week from trans children she said often, people who would write the letter, put on the stamp and started getting flooded with social media messages and wrote an op-ed for "the guardian". >> what will she do now. >> she'll take her time. one of the wisest things, i keep pressing which issues will you be the poster child for. she said, i'm going to take a deep breath and try to figure it out. >> you can see all of it with chelsea manning. it'll air next week on a special edition of "nightline," declassify the chelsea manning story. our big board, the final countdown. steph curry and lebron james about to go face-to-face for the last time this year as they try to make nba history. will they win it all? we'll talk about it when we come back in two minutes.
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back now with amy robach, my girl, and a special nba finals edition of our big board. espn's bruce bowen is joining us and t.j. holmes is where it's all about to go down's quicken loans arena in cleveland and this series is the most watched finals since michael jordan's championship in 1998 and tonight the golden state warriors, well, they're knocking on the door of nba history, one win away from winning it all in a perfect 16-0 playoff run. never been done before and the warriors have a commanding three-game lead against the cavs after kevin durant's last-minute three-pointer wednesday night sealed the deal leaving cleveland and you see lebron james right there all cleveland fans and lebron all stunned and welcome, welcome, you guys. hey, t.j., how are you doing, man? the cavs on the brink of elimination trying to avoid -- sorry, trying to avoid the sweep. you're in there. in the
what's the mood in cleveland right now? >> well, i would say it's more so of resignation than resolve. cleveland rocks and these are some of the best sport fans you will find. they have a hole now that no one has ever dug out from and i spent a lot of time around town here talking to people the other day, just yesterday and no one here is talking about winning a championship. they are talking about winning a game and trying to keep the warriors from celebrating the championship on their floor here tonight but after watching game three they were just gutted after that effort and everything that the q was just on fire and electric but still people have to say we might not have enough talent and maybe not enough gas in the tank. lebron has had to play so many minutes and looked gassed at the end of that game so, trahan, a lot of people starting to come face-to-face with reality. >> bruce, i got to ask you. do you think the warriors will sweep it tonight? >> oh, absolutely. we talk about it. >> no question.
durant, look at what steph curry was able to do. steph wasn't playing this way in the finals last year. this has been the year of redemption, this has been a year of some getback as james brown would say ain't that right, michael but when we say these things it's because of what transpired last year. draymond green had issues. they were up 3-1. he no longer plays in the game and it all changed. right now you have three talented individuals as far as kevin durant, klay thompson and steph curry taking the selfless route so they can go to the common goal of winning a championship! >> and, t.j., i have a big question for you. a lot of rumors lebron james on the move again after the season. what's going on with that? >> yeah, here we go with this. are we really talking about this. now they're talking about him going to l.a. it's not like he's nice weather but the story is out with sources talking about rumors and
after next season which he can, leave cleveland again and go to l.a. and possibly play with the clippers or the lakers, just rumors at this point. but we have learned now this might be something to some of these rumors because we didn't think he would leave in the first place. >> bruce doesn't buy it. >> stop it. stop it. that man is not going to l.a. to play in those towns or in that city. come on. it's about what lebron james has been able to do in the great state of ohio. what did he say after that championship, michael. cleveland, this is for you! >> we got to go. stop that, bruce. top that as you told us. we got to go, man. thank you to bruce, thank you, t.j. i'm glad you two are not in the same place. this would be a fight going on. you know, everybody stay right there. we'll be right back. oh, boy. >> i love his face. coming up, "gma's" summer concert series presented by king's hawaiian. irresistible since 1950. lot on. my 30-year marriage...
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>> anchor: good morning. i'm sam sweeney. 7:55. a check of your top stories. overnight, breaking news, dc police have identified the two member inside the pickup truck that slammed into 5 people in adams morgan. brandon figures morgan is facing a number of charges including assault with intent to kill. dwyane taylor is charged with un lawful possession of a firearm , he was the passenger. in the last few minutes plea is telling us one of the officers hit is still in critical condition. doctors have said that office is stable. they had 5, 2 -- hit 5 of them, 2 police officers and a city worker. it's unclear whether the drier was impaired or an intention act let'sa
forecast. >> reporter: daytime highs getting into the low 80s. definitely where we should be for this time of year with plent y of bright sunshine. looks to be a great afternoon. coming up saturday we have the capital pride parade kicks off at 4:30. if you're attending stay well hydrated. maybe an isolated late storm, a very slim chance. heat wave comes to town for the later half of the weekend into the early half of the week, the temperatures in the mid 90s by monday. >> reporter: a couple issues between gallows, long gone. mixing bowl, 66 on the inner loop expect a slow ride into the sun. earlier crash after the legion bridge cleared to the left shoulder. 66 to get. there live camera fighting the sun glare to get to the beltway. delays from around 50 and fair oaks. else where, 270 southbound lo
spur near here at democracy boulevard. sam. >> anchor: thank you. you can get more news, weather and traffic on good morning washington on news channel 8. good morning washington. see you back here in about 25 minutes. back up ralph northam: being a pediatrician has taught me to listen carefully. i'm ralph northam,
asked me to support an assault weapons ban and close the gun show loophole, i took on the fight. i saw what those weapons can do as an army doctor during the gulf war. now, i'm listening carefully to donald trump, and i think he's a narcissistic maniac. whatever you call him, we're not letting him bring his hate into virginia.
good morning, america. the president lashes out at the fbi director he fired. trump's first response to comey's dramatic testimony call him a leaker. this after the former director accused the white house of lying. the big questions this morning, did the president obstruct justice? are there really tapes of his private conversations with comey and where will the investigation go from here? amanda bynes, the former child star with a good girl image who rocketed to hollywood stardom now speaking out for the first time in four years after making so many headlines for all the wrong reasons, what she's saying about her trouble in the spotlight and is she about to return to acting? ♪ parenting alert. are your kids really putting on sunscreen correctly to shield them from those blistering sunburns that could lead to skin cancer laettner life? with s
sensors at the ready, we'll show you what they're missing and how to help them fix it. george, get ready. ali is here with us live before "nightcap" and what's the story behind the photo? and we've got something just like this, the chainsmokers live in central park and they're saying -- >> both: good morning, america. ♪ something just like this look at that crowd in central park this friday morning. the chainsmokers are coming up. good morning, america. happy friday. michael, what is the story behind that photo? >> your wife said she likes a man in uniform, george. >>:oh. >> a good comeback. >> officer and a gentleman. >> it was very -- she is the beautiful woman who is in love with you. nothing any man can do -- >> not even a uniform and white gloves can do it. >> that was like richard gere "pretty woman." trying to mess with you to be
honest with you. >> you did a good job. >> all right. and know what else we're excited for besides going to central park and hanging out with the chainsmokers. the season premiere of the "$100,000 pyramid" happens this sunday at 10:00 p.m. eastern and, michael, you are putting comedian leslie jones in the hot seat. take a look. >> not a cup but a -- >> glass. >> your mom had it when you was -- >> an umbilical cord. >> yes! yes! >> dealing with leslie, i don't know who is in the hot seat but i got to say it was a great season. >> i have a question. leslie, why does an umbilical cord look like this, what is happening that you feel like -- >> somehow they got it, it's amazing. you did great on the show. >> thank you. it's so much fun, ali was also on the show. >> how you did it. >> jesse and i get a little competitive. very fun, though. great show and we also h
this is important. every parent needs to see this before this weekend. really heating up here in the northeast. you'll want to know. >> definitely going to get into that. michael, you have to get to the park. >> yes. >> that means bye-bye. >> get out of here, michael. >> amy with the morning headlines. good morning. the big story this morning, reaction from president trump after that riveting testimony from former fbi director james comey. the president has now fired back on twitter and abc's jon karl has more from the white house. good morning, jon. >> reporter: good morning, amy. the president's legal team is both declaring vindication in comey's testimony because comey said that the president was not under investigation while he was director of the fbi and simultaneously they are accusing comey of lying. although the president himself went the entire day yesterday without saying anything personally about this although we tried to get an answer. >> mr. president, any reaction to comey's testimony? any reaction at all? >> thank you very much. >> reporter: this morning the president has broken his silence on twitter tweeting, despite s
total and complete vindication, and, wow, comey is a leaker. of course, it would be very easy to get a definitive answer about who was telling the truth if, in fact, there are recordings or tapes of the president's conversations with comey. the white house, however, still will not say whether such tapes exist. amy. >> all right, jon, thank you. the white house is refusing to say if there are tapes of the president's conversations with comey. earlier on "gma" former trump campaign manager corey lewandowski questioned comey's credibility and suggested that he broke the law. >> look, what he admitted yesterday, george is this guy is the leaker. he is the deep state in washington that is everything is wrong. he admitted under oath that he gave his contemporaneous notes to a law professor and if he is the chronic leaker he should be potentially prosecuted for leaking information. >> an interview with jared kushner later this month. a mor
in great britain. the prime minister facing calls to resign after her party suffered huge losses in yesterday's elections. but theresa may seems to be forging ahead visiting the queen just moments ago to ask to form a new government. the new unerpts is comes days before critical talks begin to take britain out of the eu. and closer to home some terrifying moments for the pilots of two hot air balloons in the air southwest of chicago when you can see what happened. a gust of wind blew them off course and collided and hit the ground near a grade school. one of the pilots was injured although not seriously. the pittsburgh penguins need one more win for back-to-back stanley cups routing nashville to take a 3-2 lead in the final, game six is sunday in nashville. finally, building a better burger, but it's going to cost you. a chef in the netherlands crafted this monstrosity made with dry aged beef, lobster infused
i have it phonetically spelled. white truffles and a dollop of caviar and then there's the bun. it's coated with 24 karat gold all for the bargain price of 2300 bucks. who buys that? come on. >> they had it under glass. >> exactly. who eats that. >> you eat the gold. >> yeah, apparently it's edible gold. >> we've seen the gold dust before and we always ask why, people, why? >> don't understand. >> no go. "pop news." >> you got it. that is a go. good morning, everybody. good morning to you. happy friday and big changes for taylor swift. overnight she has agreed to make all of her albums available on all streaming services again. swift's management team says on twitter that her decision to make her catalog available is a thank you to her fans in celebration of her album "1989" selling more than 10 million copies. this cops three years after the pop star publicly removed her work from service
stating she did not feel they fairly compensated artists for their work. this comes on the same day ironically that katy perry releases new music on spotify dropping her new album "witness." hopefully that will not stir up any bad blood between the two. >> you know people are already stirring the pot. >> i know. >> did they ever make up? >> unclear, george. we're investigating as we speak. also in "pop news" this morning, melissa mccarthy headed to the north pole. entertainment weekly confirming she will star in a holiday themed musical comedy called "margie claus." she must put together a rescue team and leave the north pole for the first time in many decades after her man disappears during his rounds on christmas eve. this will be the first time she shows off her vocal talents and produces it alongside her husband ben falcone. another winner in the making. remember i told you
what she thought was a costume ring, a diamond ring. she wore it for years. she bought in the '80s for $13. honey, it was worth a lot more than that $13 you bought. sotheby's auctioned it off thursday selling it for $847,000. that's double their presale estimate. and then we have another hidden treasure story for you. an auctioneer believes he found a painting by jackson pollock that had been tucked away in a garage for decades. josh levine says he found it at an estate sale after it is authenticated it will go for he believes 10 or $15 million at an auction on june 20th. that's what he believes. he says he has bulletproof evidence it is, in fact, real so june 20th at the j. levine auction house. i will let you know what it goes for, way too long of a story for me to tell you.
connection. a family friend and in a garage for all those years. if it is real, it is a windfall for that family. >> incredible. >> that's "pop news" on this friday. >> thank you, lara. amanda bynes speaks out for the first time in four years. how she is doing now. and chainsmokers taking over. there they are running on the stage. they'll be performing live in just a little bit. my wife is already in the park acting like she's at home taking over, as well. no, in the control room. we'll have fun with her. >> hey, stephanopoulos, you're always late when we do the thing. what, are you too important to sing a song? flirting with that blond lara spencer. come on. i'm sweating up here. >> oh, ali. ♪
>> reporter: amy, good morning. in this new interview bynes speaks candidly about her prior drug use and life now from the new career she's embarking on to a little surprise her fans will be really happy to hear about. this is the new amanda bynes. >> i love her music. i love everything about her. >> reporter: speaking on camera for the first time in four years to fashion blogger diana madison. >> i hike. i go spinning, take spinning classes and i feed the homeless. >> reporter: the former child star from nickelodeon's "all that." >> good evening, i'm amanda. >> reporter: went on to tar in hits like "what a girl wants." >> so are the girls coming out. >> reporter: and "she's the man." but then she started making headlines for all the wrong reasons, a series of driving violations, disturbing tweets, even a hospitalization under a psychiatric hold. >> so we saw her at that time of her life and saw a reaction to her smoking marijuana and whatever, you know, hardship
that time. >> reporter: now the actress is revealing details about what was happening at that tumultuous time saying that her look then was inspired by reyalt star blac chyna. >> did blac chyna really steal your look? >> i stole her look. >> reporter: and saying she appreciates how her former "all that" castmate nick cannon tried to reach out to her. >> i know he called me family and i love that. he is definitely a family member to me too. >> reporter: the 31-year-old bynes saying she's drug-free and has enrolled in a fashion school with plans to launch her own collection. >> i've been going to school lately, fashion school, and i love it. i've learned how to sew. i make patterns and i want to start a clothing line in the future. >> reporter: but the biggest revelation, bynes who retired from acting in 2012 sharing she's ready to return to tv. >> i do miss acting and actually have something surprising to tell you. i'm going to start acting again. >> yes. >> i want to do tv. maybe a few guest notes on some shows i'm a fan of a
another tv show where i'm the star of it. >> bynes says she's been sober for almost three years now. good for her. as for all those driving violations her lawyer says she has fully complied with the conditions of her probation. interesting, she does not blame hollywood for this. a lot say young hollywood is the problem. she said this is my problem. >> took personal responsibility. nice to see her on a fresh, new path. >> can't wait to see her back on tv. >> thanks, mara. coming up next our sunscreen experiment. how well do your kids really know how to apply it. i'm guessing not so well. ♪ ♪ (vo) you can pass down a subaru forester. (dad) she's all yours. (vo) but you get to keep the memories.
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have been my life's work. i'm tom perriello, and i'm running for governor to reduce economic inequality, raise wages, eliminate the burden of student debt and protect our climate. together we really can build a virginia that works for everyone. ♪ oh, back here on "good morning america," how about this crowd? big effort of the season for sure. look at some of these great faces. we are so ready for the chainsmokers. you came all the way from kansas. >> yes, we're so happy to be here. >> for a celebration. >> for my brother's graduation we're here and just so excited. we grew up watching the show every day and we love it. we're so excited to be here. >> i'm going to keep you around. chainsmokers in just moments. we are go to all get
sunday - heat peaks monday & tuesday (record heat) - heat wave : all of next week today: mostly sunny and warm highs: 80-85 winds: west 5-10 mph overnight: mainly clear lows: 56-64 winds: south 5 mph saturday: mostly sunny, 20-30% chance evening isolated t-storm (6-10pm) highs: 83-88 winds: west 5-10 mph today: mostly sunny and warm good morning washington. toss to weather well, you know what, ginger, thank you so much for that. they are all going to be jumping up and down. time for our sunscreen alert. parent, if your kids are nearby you'll want to hear this. becky worley got a group of children together to see how well they actually apply their sunscreen and the results were eye opening. take a look.
>> reporter: you know how kids feel about sunscreen? they hate it. >> i don't want sunscreen on. i don't need it. >> i get annoyed. >> sunscreen is icky. >> it's quite annoying. >> reporter: parents know it's a must. the american academy of dermatology says even one blistering wild childhood contributes. past research shows nearly four in ten kids don't. why? well, i submit this reenactment from my daughter. >> put on sunscreen, emmy. no, i don't want to put on sunscreen. >> reporter: it's a battle. that's what i get. but holly, a former elementary schoolteacher and founder of her own sunscreen company supergoop says there is an alternative? if you're old enough to wash your hands and brush your teeth you're old enough to put
own sunscreen. >> reporter: when sunscreen goes on it shows up as black and highlights any missed spots. we start with 7 to 9-year-olds to see if their application is thorough. the kids put it on then we review what they missed. >> as each of these children apply, none of them hit the ears and the ears are actually very vulnerable to sun damage. >> reporter: another frequent miss. >> children forget to apply it right on into the hairline. >> reporter: something all the younger kids struggled with not using enough sunscreen. what do you see? >> i missed a lot of spots. >> reporter: holl lay says the younger kids are afraid of getting sunscreen in their mouth or eyes. >> mitting a few critical spots right around the eye area which is often where sun damage is first detected from an aging and a skin cancer perspective. >> reporter: a study showed kids using one-quarter of the amount listed on the bottle. 11 to 12-yr-
consistent. devin used a lot and so did gus, also an 11-year-old who seemed to get the why. >> i feel like i try to avoid it but i shouldn't because i know that having a grandpa who had skin cancer so i shouldn't get it -- try to prevent. that's a lot, isn't it? >> reporter: holly says he's doing it right. >> apply it to where you can see the on your skin and rub it in until you can't. >> reporter: the kids said they learned allot. the takeaway, kids 10 and under need a lot of coaching to get adequate protection. becky worley, abc news, oakland. [ cheers and applause ] >> we're joined by board certified dermatologist dr. whitney bowe. how do you get your kids to apply it? >> as a mom and dermatologist, you know, i know firsthand just how challenging this can be. the most important thing is for you, the parent, to model the behavior. you know, if you don't take the time to reapply your sunscreen, how c
make it a priority, right? second, you got to practice with your kids when you're at home. >> all right, and then when they do apply what are some of the areas they miss the most. >> point out those areas such at right around the eyes, the lips, the hairline and then the tops of the ears, last you got to have backup measures. augustus, show us what you're wearing. you want to be wearing sun protective clothing, a baseball cap, sunglasses, the less skin that's exposed the better. doesn't he look great. >> he looks great. >> a good look for you, augustus. >> it is. >> thanks. >> kids do model what they see every day. if the parents do it, the kids will follow. augustus, thank you very much. >> i just want to show you something. i don't know if you can see this side of my face, this side of my face, but that is what sun damage looks like. i am -- no, i'm 13 years old and people think i look 50. so stay out of the sun. >> i was going to say, i was going to say that ali wentworth is cin
passenger, 23-year old gain tal er is charged with unlawful possession of a firearm. in just the last half hour or so dc police chief telling us one of the officers hit last night in still in critical condition. the doctors said that officer is stable. figures mormon and table hit five people, 2 are dc police say ianother, a city workers. it is unclear if the drier was impaired or whether this was an intentional act. if you're headed out to the pride parade, you couldn't ask for
here is molly. >> reporter: for this friday daytime highs in the low 80s. plenty of bright sunshine. looks to be a great afternoon. coming up saturday we have the capital pride parade. kicks off at 4:30. if you're attending stay well hydrated. daytime highs, mid to upper 80s. an isolated late storm, a very slim chance. heat wave comes to town for the later half of the weekend into the early half of the week, the temperatures in the mid 90s by monday. >> reporter: temperature residents warming up and into next week. hot on the beltway through virginia. lots of brake lights from the springfield mixing bowl, clear to the american legion bridge. two crashes along the way moved to the shoulder but we're stop and go most of the way. you can see we're seeing volume on 66 to make it toward the beltway as a result. for folks hear this is where your heavy volume begins, around 267. the dulles
♪ well, welcome back to "gma," everybody. and we've got a huge crowd in central park for our summer concert series and we've got one of our extended "gma" family members here with us right now, george's lovely wife, the very talented and extremely funny actress, ali wentworth. welcome, ali. >> thank you. thank you. okay, and quiet, yes. >> we see your show "nightcap" premiered last night, season two. you play a talent booker at a successful late night show. >> questionable. >> it's not too successful and i play a very unglued neurotic talent booker. much like yours. >> the g
chance to work on the show this year. >> oh, i know. >> i know george had a cancer to be on the show last year. >> yes. >> and between you and me act like george is not there, who is more fun to worky. >> you are. you are the eye candy. >> thank you. >> he's a little stiff on camera. anyway, i'm bringing you back as a love interest. what! >> what! >> yeah, there's nudity in season three. >> wow. >> yeah. stacy gets a boyfriend. >> i just love seeing george's face when you do stuff like this. >> et cetehe won't speak the re >> they brought out all these questions. >> do you want me to go through the whole comey thing. >> yappedty yap yap. >> brooke shields. >> so good in this. >> on stage. >> don't make me drink alone. >> okay. well, here we go. >> i'm drinking wine with hollyw
>> stop, please. i'm just an ordinary girl who happens to be the granddaughteran italian princess. >> i am the grand of daughter of a pig farmer. >> shut up. i love prue shot to. >> oh, my god. this is incredible. >> this show is very funny. >> it's really fun. >> i've gotten a sneak peek of that episode. i don't think it aired yet. she is brave. >> who , me or brooke shields. >> you're always brave. >> she plays a mean drunk and we kill somebody but it's funny. funny. >> i'm going to brag about you. >> yes, please. >> ali, you created the show. you executive produced it. you write it. you direct it. >> i star in it and i make chocolate chip cookie and banana bread for my crew. i don't think you do. do you make banana bread for your crew in it would be nice if george brought some to "gma" that you made. >> that would be nice too but i'm so busy doing his laundry, i don't have time to cook for your cr
>> i don't know how you get it all done. >> especially when aim scrubbing clothes in the hudson river. >> your daughters helped you cast show. >> our two daughter, 14 and 1, they get these tapes of not the celebs that come on but of people that will play sort of smaller parts and they watch them like the meanest hollywood executives, they go, oh, no, i can't even watch him on camera. oh, no, she's funny. she's not cute. i'm like, you're everything that's wrong with hollywood. >> can we apologize to everybody who has auditioned. >> yes, we can but i'm embellishing, exaggerating, i cast everybody that came in so that works out well. >> i have a question. george mentioned one of the episodes brooke shields hasn't aired. do you watch all the episodes beforehand and do you have any opinion? >> actually last season she let us screen some. she's been very proprietary this year. >> uh-oh. i would be scared about that. >> i want them to see it fresh but, you know, julianne moore, brooke shield, m
friends. >> mark hamill from "star wars." really fun. >> and they all sort of play a version of themselves and they're very funny and naughty. >> we put them in interesting situations. >> yes. >> michael's is very funny. he plays a very different kind of strahan but like ma risch ga hargitay got swallowed by an anaconda. >> trust me, you never know what's going to happen. that's why you don't know what's going to happen. you have to watch it to see what's going to happen. it is "nightcap." it airs wednesdays on pop tv. ali wentworth, we love you. >> thank you. >> love you, ali. >> thank you. coming up, the chainsmokers.
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wow, this crowd though. back on "gma" we are in search of the best block party in the country. over than this one, of course, the winner will get to throw the ultimate block party hosted by "gma" and king's hawaiian and get this, dierks bentley is going to be there to perform live. so if you haven't gotten your submission in, you got to. we've been getting so many great submissions, this one is from vince navarro in san jose, california. more than 150 people coming
law enforcement and fire officials. it's going to be tough to beat that one but to enter go to goodmorningamerica.com/block party rsaturday - suddenly summer sunday - heat peaks monday & tuesday (record heat) - heat wave : all of next week today: mostly sunny and warm highs: 80-85 winds: west 5-10 mph overnight: mainly clear lows: 56-64 winds: south 5 mph saturday: mostly sunny, 20-30% chance evening isolated t-storm (6-10pm) highs: 83-88 winds: west 5-10 mph today: mostly sunny and warm highs: 80-85 winds: west 5-10 mph ov oh, michael, i know you can't hear me but there you are, right up there. let's get to you. >> all right, thank you, ginger. aim here with one of the hottest tickets this summer, it is to see the chainsmokers, everybody. >> what's up? >> hey. >> we've got them right here in central park with us. it's great to have grammy winners drew taggert and alex pall with us. congratulations to all your success. this is big. you have the most number one songs ever on
dance electronic chart. you spent a year in the top ten on the hot 100 chart. three songs simultaneously. how does it feel to be so successful i guess is the best way to put it in oh, man, i don't even know how to answer that. we're just regular dudes. we don't think about that stuff but it's amazing. >> you are finishing up your tour in new york last two concerts. >> tonight. >> tonight. where are you performing tonight in we're at forest hills stadium tonight and tomorrow night. >> how many people already have tickets to that show, as well? [ cheers and applause ] yep. they're getting a double dose of you guys. how different is the stadium show from like a club show for you guys? >> you know what, it doesn't matter because the show -- sometimes we're ready for it. sometimes the crowd is huge. sometimes we're not ready for it. it's all about the energy. are the people ready to put on a good show. doesn't matter if you're in a club or a stadium. >> you speak about energy and being ready or not. this audience has been out here since first thing in the morning.
ready to go. >> i have one question for everybody out there, who is ready to go to paris? >> let's do it. >> all right. here they are with their platinum single off their debut album "memories: do not open," this is the chainsmokers and "paris." [ applause ] ♪ ♪ we were staying in paris to get away from your parents ♪ ♪ and i thought wow if i could take this in a shot right now ♪ ♪ i don't think that we could work this out ♪ ♪ out on the terrace i don't know if it's fair but i thought how could i let you fall by yourself ♪ ♪ while i'm wasted with someone else ♪ ♪ if we go down then we go down together they'll say you could do anything ♪ ♪ they'll say that i was clever if we go down then we goow
together ♪ ♪ we'll get away with everything let's show them we are better ♪ ♪ let's show them we are better let's show them we are show them we are show them we are let's show them we are better ♪ ♪ we were staying in paris to get away from your parents ♪ ♪ you look so proud standing there with a frown and a cigarette ♪ ♪ posting pictures of yourself on the internet ♪ ♪ out on the terrace we breathe in the air of this small town ♪ ♪ on our own cutting class for the thrill of it getting drunk on the past we were living in ♪ ♪ if we go down then we go down together they'll say you could do anything ♪ ♪ they'll say that i was clever if we go down then we go down together ♪ ♪ we'll get away with everything let's show them we are better ♪
♪ ♪ let's show them we are better show them we are show them we are show them we are ♪ ♪ show them we are let's show them we are better ♪ ♪ >> central park. let me hear you. if we go down we go down together ♪ ♪ they'll say you could do anything they'll say that i was clever ♪ ♪ if we go down then we go down together we'll get away with everything let sea show them we are better ♪ ♪ if we go down let's show them we are better ♪ ♪ if we go
let's them we are better ♪ ♪ if we go down let's show them we are better ♪ ♪ let's show them we are better ♪ ♪ we were staying in paris ♪ let's show them we are better let's show them we are better ♪ ♪ we were staying in paris ♪ let's show them we are better let's show them we are better ♪ ♪ let's show them we are better let's show them we are better ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
[ cheers and applause ] and we are back now with the chainsmokers. here is their latest single "young." [ applause ] ♪ ♪ young we were so young when we thought that we knew how to love ♪ ♪ and fought about anything everything that did is function ♪ ♪ but we just gotta own that don't let it go like this maybe we can go from this yeah ♪ ♪ we both know i go too far like when i wrecked your car ♪ ♪ and almost fought your father
when he pushed me in the yard ♪ ♪ and all those nights we snuck out late to meet up at the bar ♪ ♪ don't worry, my love, we're learning to love but it's hard when you're young ♪ ♪ ♪ yeah, it's hard when you're young ♪ >> let's go, central park. come on. ♪ caught, we were caught up in the high it was better than drugs ♪ ♪ too high to see that it would all lead to destruction ♪ ♪ at least we both know that we just gotta own that ♪ ♪ i hope that we can go from this yeah ♪ ♪ we both know i go too far like when i wrecked your car ♪ ♪ and almost fought your father when he pushed me in the yard ♪ ♪ and all those nigs
out like to meet up at the bar ♪ ♪ don't worry my love we're learning to love ♪ ♪ but it's hard when you're young ♪ ♪ yeah it's hard when you're young ♪ ♪ yeah it's hard when you're young ♪ ♪ ♪ we both know i go too far like when i wrecked your car ♪ ♪ and almost fought your father when he pushed me in the yard ♪ ♪ and all those nights we snuck out like to meet up at the bar ♪
learning to love but it's hard when you're young ♪ ♪ i'm calling you up you tell me it's over ♪ ♪ say what you want but it's hard when you're young ♪ ♪ i'm calling you up you tell me it's over ♪ ♪ you say what you want but it's hard when you're young ♪ ♪ yeah, it's hard when you're young ♪ ♪ yeah it's hard when you're young ♪ ♪ yeah, it's hard when you're young i'm calling you up you tell me it's over you say what you want but it's hard when you're young ♪ ♪ i'm calling you up you tell me it's over ♪ you say what you want
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♪ ♪ i've been drunk three times this week spent all my money on a fleeting moment ♪ ♪ i thought i i i i i can shake this off now i i i i i i can't make this stop ♪ ♪ yeah things were sweet three months ago when i was living how i wanna on my own ♪ ♪ and i thought i i i i i i i don't need that much i guess i i i i i i was out of touch ♪ ♪ i'm messed up i'm faded i'm so complicated ♪ ♪ those things that i said they
were so overrated ♪ ♪ but i i i i i i, yeah, i meant it oh, yeah, i i i i i really meant it ♪ ♪ yeah i meant it >> come on! ♪ ♪ yeah i meant it ♪ i gave up three times this week went through those feelings like i wasn't worth nothing ♪ ♪ i thought i i i i i i can shake this off no i i i i i i can't be this soft ♪ ♪ i'm messed up i'm faded i'm so complicated ♪
♪ those things that i said they were so overrated ♪ ♪ but i i i i i i, yeah, i meant it oh yeah, i i i i i i, really meant it yeah i meant it ♪ ♪ ♪ yeah i meant it ♪ i'm so messed up i'm faded i'm so complicated ♪ ♪ those things that i said they were so overrated ♪ ♪ but i i i i i i, yeah, i meant it, oh, yeah, i i i i i i, really meant it ♪
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