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good morning, america. holiday travel alert. new storms moving in on both coasts. temperatures tumble in the midwest and northeast and powerful winds collapse that scaffolding in new york city injuring people below. new concerns about snow, ice and rain as millions hit the roads and sky. breaking news, charles manson dead. the notorious cult leader known as the most dangerous man in america responsible for that string of murders in the '60s. now this morning the emotional statements from the family of his victims. abc news exclusive. america's three youngest hostages raised in captivity held by the taliban are now free. the family tells their story on television for the first time.
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how they overcame that unimaginable ordeal. ♪ soaring at the amas, pink ruling at the night. the sky-high performance from the side of a hotel, even waving to fans on her way down. how she pulled off the incredible stunt. ♪ good morning, america. welcome to the holiday week. how about pink. can you top this performance? 34 stories up. >> she was here last month on "gma." i don't remember her doing this outside of times square. many fans marveling. something to see and can you imagine being inside the hotel. >> you see one right there. >> a lot more on that ahead. new storms brewing on both coasts. ginger is tracking it all. good morning. >> good morning to you, george. it's beginning to look a lot like a holiday travel week be
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this after the storms of yesterday in the northeast now the lake-effect snow. erie county, pennsylvania, visibility is down because of lake-effect snow and spinouts in ohio. that's going to be the issue going into monday. if you have travel plans the lake-effect snow warnings for utica, syracuse, up to 4 to 8 inches and flurries as far reaching as here in manhattan thanks to lake-effect snow bands then you skip over tuesday because not a lot happens but by wednesday when everybody is on the roads and everyone is starting to fly, i-95 may see that clip of a coastal storm that will give us rain, some inland snow for interior new england and then a wet one for parts of northern florida, south georgia and finally the pacific northwest, two storms deal with this week, our biggest issue there would end up being some of the high rain totals. 2 to 3 inches and snow? the northern rockies. guys, so far a little silver lining only 100 or so flight
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not too bad. >> but it's a long week ahead or short week i should say ahead. charles manson, the infamous cult leader who led a string of murders in the 1960s is dead. abc's linsey davis is here with the latest details. >> good morning. he was sentenced to death 46 years ago but just months after that sentence california's supreme court declared the death penalty unconstitutional prolonging the life of one of the most reviled men in american pop culture and overnight at 83 years old, charles manson died of natural causes. the wild-eyed swastika scarred madman that led a cult and began a race war inspired by the beat beatles' "helter-skelter" died at 83 in a bakersfield hospital. >> is charlie manson crazy. >> sure, he's mad as a hatter. >> reporter: charles manson, the evil mastermind
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murder spree that took the lives of seven people, the pregnant actress sharon tate the most prominent of the murder, a rising hollywood tar from the movie "valley of the dolls." also killed. wealthy supermarket owners leno and rosemary labianca. manson never said he ordered the murders. >> i never told anybody to do anything other than what they wanted to do. >> if they wanted to do murder that was okay with you. >> that was none of my business, woman. i'm a convict. i'm an outlaw. i'm a rebel. i'm not a sunday school teacher. >> reporter: manson's 1970 murder trial was a circus. >> look up here, charlie. >> reporter: he called himself jesus christ and was convicted of murder along with four of his followers. he was once called the most dangerous man in america. >> we convened the panel on charles manson. >> reporter: manson spent 46 years behind bars and was denied parole 12 times. his influence from
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less dangerous. his still adoring followers carried out crimes in his name long after his conviction including the attempted assassination of president gerald ford. five manson family members remain behind bars. he leaves behind a legacy of depraved murder. >> if you're going to do something, leave something with you. just like i would tell you, if you're going to do something, do it well. and leave something with you. leave a sign to let the world know that you were there. >> the l.a.'s d.a.'s office said the victims should be remembered. people are saying there should be kind of relief but oddly it's not. >> linsey davis, thanks very much. we move on to an investigation under way in texas after a border patrol agent killed on duty.
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th obtained by kvia. president trump weighed in overnight repeating his call to build a border wall and tom llamas here with the latest. >> reporter: we've been following it since overnight. texas leaders including governor abbott describing this as an attack. fbi are launching a full investigation for potential suspects after a border agent was killed in the line of duty. this all happened in west texas near interstate 10 in the big bend sector along the u.s./mexico border. it's a dusty stretch of highway about 100 miles east of el paso. now, officials tell us agent rogelio martinez and his partner were responding to activity and his partner said they were injured and in need of assistance. responding agents provided immediate medical care and transported both to a local hospital where martinez later died. still not clear what actually happened to the agent answer there are reports no shootings involved but we're still trying to figure out what happened. >> the president did tweet on
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border wall. right now congress shows no willingness to fund it but they are building prototypes. >> that's right. six companies that built eight different prototypes. this is one of his keystone promi promises, that border wall. these prototypes have to meet certain requirements in height and how deep they can go. some call it political theater because they don't have the funding for it. >> what's the cost of the prototype. >> $300,000 to $500,000 each, so it's a pretty penny. >> the wall, billions. now to that exclusive new reporting on the russia investigation. abc news has learned that special counsel robert mueller is reaching into the justice department asking for documents on president trump's decision to fire fbi director james comey. our senior justice correspondent pierre thomas has that story for us. good morning, pierre. >> reporter: good morning. mueller continues to investigate
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about the circumstances of comey's firing and not even the justice department are immune. special counsel robert mueller turning to the justice department as his investigators dig into whether president trump or anyone else tried to derail the ongoing probe of russian interference into last year's election. although he has not criticized mueller recently the president has not hidden his disdain for the probe. >> the entire thing has been a witch-hunt. >> reporter: mueller's team asked the justice department turn over e-mails and other documents relating to attorney general jeff sessions recusal from the russia investigation and president trump's subsequent decision to fire comey. so far he has refused to publicly discuss what he told him about axing comey. the justice department and the special counsel's office declined to comment but sessions has said he willcooperate with the special counsel. >> per, we're learning the publicist that set up the don
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that publicist is set to talk to robert mueller. >> rob goldstone said he's keen to talk and put his recollection on the record so that june 2016 meeting at trump tower remains in focus and jared kushner who attended that meeting has recently been accused by senate leaders of withholding information about additional contacts with the russians. but kushner's attorney said he's cooperating fully and kushner rejected additional offers of meeting with the russians. >> it continues. thank you. let's bring new hampshire cecilia vega, also our chief political analyst matthew dowd with me. cecilia, let me begin with you and saw that reporting from pierre. mueller now reaching into the justice department also reaching pretty deep now into the white house. it is clear the president is also being investigated. >> reporter: yeah, he just a few days ago, said he himself is not under investigation. but i mean as you say, certainly his top aide, his close advisers are definitely part of this probe, in fact, in just the coming days we know one of his
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communications director will be sitting down with mueller's investigators, same for the white house counsel don mcgahn. no one can saying they're nervous. this is very much business as usual for this white house. privately we know everyone has lawyers. you can't imagine that certainly this is not and front and center in many minds. >> absolutely, matt dowd, you know 24 from experience and ran into a trump associate yesterday who said once you get to this situation inside the white house it's every man for himself. >> absolutely. they're all going to be looking for their pathway exit out but the problem is everybody in the trump organization from the president on down said there's been no contacts with the russian, had said there was no contacts with the russians. we now know there's been 30 or 40 plus contacts they figured out. either there is mass amnesia or the russians have a neuralizer from "men in black." >> let's talk about roy moore as well. pretty clear over the weekend on "this week" i had the
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mark short on there. they want this issue with roy moore, these questions about roy moore's accusers to just go away. >> reporter: they want to talk about tax reform this week. this is front and center. but you pushed mark short repeatedly during that interview as we have here at the white house to push aides to ask whether the president is comfortable with roy moore being the next sitting senator from alabama and you can't get a straight answer here. i was struck by another aide who on the sunday shows said that he doesn't know -- the president doesn't know who to believe when it comes to roy moore's or his accusers so a lot of questions still we haven't heard directly from the president. >> this is a lose/lose for the white house. >> it absolutely is. the president i think in the midst of all this, every single step he seems to make in this is like -- his tweets yesterday are a perfect example of how he only hurts himself in this. jeff flake, he attacked jeff flake whose vote he needs and go
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should leave the basketball players in china in the midst of this. no one knows why he's doing this. i have one theory. he is mad about lavar ball's shoe line, the big baller line, i think donald trump has his own shoe line, air grievances. >> you worked hard overnight. >> i thought you topped out with "men in plaque." >> don't you like air grievances. >> thank you. now to the race against time to find that submarine missing for days in stormy waters off the coast of argentina with dozens of crew members on board. overnight u.s. navy crews are rushing to join the international rescue operation. abc's linzie janis is there in argentina and has the latest for us. good morning, linzie. >> reporter: good morning, robin. what happened to that submarine is a mystery. there is concern that it is without power. but authorities don't even know if it's at the surface or if it has suck with oxygen supplies running
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the search is on. it is a race against time. this morning, rescuers battling fierce weather conditions, desperately searching for the missing submarine and its 44 crew members. argentine navy command last officially heard from the za "a.r.a. san juan" when it was 270 miles off the coast of patagonia. search crews rushing in from at least seven countries. the u.s. navy accepting some of the most cutting i have heej underwater technology to help including equipment that can search at depths of 5,000 feet for up to 30 hours and another that can bring six people to the surface at a time. if the sub that runs on both diesel and battery powered electric motors is underwater and without power, time is running out. >> the problem here is although the navy is sending its best rescue gear, if you don't know where the submarine is, you can't effect that rescue. >> reporter:
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per hour and 26-foot waves hampering search efforts. and this morning, the search area has expanded to over 186,000 square miles. that's bigger than the state of california and is four times larger than the search area for missing malaysia airliner mh370 which disappeared over the indian ocean three years ago. and it has been a roller coaster ride for the families of these sailors. on saturday the argentine navy said it detected seven missed calls from that missing submarine, missed signals from that -- they were actually failed signals. it now says it can't even confirm where those came from. robin. >> oh, my goodness. many are hoping they have enough supplies to survive, linzie. >> reporter: yeah, we are told they have enough food, oxygen and water supplies to last about two weeks, robin. >> all right, linzie, thank you. we switch gears to that big night at the
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and diana ross took home the lifetime achievement award, and you see pink stole the show scaling the jw marriott. nick there in los angeles for all of it. good morning, nick. >> reporter: good morning, george. well, what a great night. this awards show, everyone seems relaxed, maybe takes a few more risk, diana ross as you mentioned recognized 43 years after winning her first ama and pink, well, she's constantly trying to outdo herself. last night she was trying and succeeding. ♪ because everybody hurts >> reporter: pink and kelly clarkson kicked it off, a touching tribute to the nation's first responders. no anticipation of the high-flying antics to come. then selena gomez's only television performance of this year. after a kidney transplant. ♪ >> the american music award
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to -- >> reporter: yes, there were some winners, artist bruno mars, lady gaga interrupting her concert in d.c. to accept best pop slash female artist. and diana ross performing her hits. ♪ ain't no mountain high enough ain't no valley low enough ♪ >> reporter: before accepting the lifetime achievement award and then pink came back. ♪ it's like we burn so bright we burn out ♪ >> pink, i was just watching her on the side of the building. ♪ -- >> reporter: called vertical performance. singing on the side of the hotel next to the theater where these awards are happening. ♪ time to keep running ♪ i'm not messes up again >> reporter: caught rehearsing on a chopper cam in downtown l.a. this is very real. >> i feel the fear this time. this is by far the
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most insane thing i have ever attempted to do. >> reporter: and pink is famous for crazy. this year's vmas. last year billboards. the grammys in 2014. now this. ♪ time to keep coming >> how do you ever top that or does she just retire? >> nope. every time that's part of what we do, figure out how to top it. we can't tell you what that is yet. >> thank you. >> reporter: classy. a wave to some startled hotel guests. and later pink posted on instagram and she gave huge credit to bandaloop, the gang of aerial dancers. they spent five days rehearsing and as pink said in that post, yeah, we did that. >> you could see the exhilaration on her face when it was done. >> every single time. nick, thanks so much. we'll thankfully share good weather and back to ginger. coal and freeze warnings down to the southeast. >> it would not have worked in the northeast.
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ontario splashing onto the shore and behind that cold blast comes free warnings from hattiesburg, mississippi all the way through orangeburg, south carolina. guy, it is super cold this morning. things will moderate towards thanksgiving for a lot of folks. y thanksgiving today: mostly sunny. breezy and cool. highs: 49-53 winds: nw to sw 5-15 mph tonight: clear and cold. lows: 32-39 winds: sw 5-8 mph tuesday: partly to mostly sunny. milder and breezy. highs: 58-61 winds: sw 5-15 mph
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and if you're in place for the holiday already this is how you feel about the lake-effect snow. you lick it. you love it. just like this st. bernard. ah, in watertown, new york. >> thank you, ginger. coming up two-time emmy winner actor jeffrey tambor now at the center of a hollywood sexual harassment scandal. the youngest american hostages, the family held captive by the taliban for five years are now telling their story. to the rescue, he's done this a time or two before. how harrison ford became a real-life action hero yet again. that and so much more on this monday morning edition of "good morning america." ul
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>> the best song ever and coming up a big brooks is starring as a special co-host. >> does that mean he'll wear a suit and tie. >> no promises. >> looking forward to that. also right now a new storm is closing in on both coasts as millions prepare to travel for the thanksgiving holiday and temperatures dropping in the midwest and northeast and new concerns about snow, ice and rain and it is a special day for the royal family. queen elizabeth and prince ha y philip celebrating their anniversary. ali and i share something with them. today is our 16th anniversary. >> absolutely sweet. how do we even go from that? sharing that. just sharing that. very sweet. we are going to start with those new accusations against emmy award winner jeffrey tambor as the hollywood sexual harassment scandal grows. he is facing allegations and now says he may not return to his starring role in amazon's
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"transparent" and, amy, >> tambor has won critical claim and two emmys as a transgender woman and landmark role in a groundbreaking series but may not return as two transgender actors accuse him of misconduct. this morning, the star of the hit amazon show "transparent" saying he can't imagine returning to the set of the award-winning comedy after accusations of sexual misconduct. >> i'd like to donate my excess skin to research. >> reporter: tambor's former assistant van barnes first to accuse the star. according to deadline barnes reportedly posting privately on social media that her former boss repeatedly propositioned her, groped her and threatened to sue her if she spoke up. amazon initiating an investigation into her claims. in a statement to abc news, two-time emmy award winning actor jeffrey tambor writing, what has become clear is that this is no longer the job i signed up for four years ago.
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given the politicized set i don't see how i can return. tambor thanking barnes in his first emmy acceptance speech two years ago. >> i would like to thank my teachers, jenny boylan, van barnes. >> reporter: co-star trace lisett also accusing him of sexual misconduct. >> yes. >> yes, queen. >> reporter: posting on twitter that the star actor made many sexual advances and comments at me once backing her up against a wall and touching her inappropriately with his body. lysette asking hem to let the show go on. he says deep regret if any action of mine was ever misinterpreted. the idea that i would deliberate harass anyone is simply and utterly untrue. the landscape of the upcoming awards season likely different than years past. winners of both lead actors now out of a job.
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>> but you will have me. pardon me for all of my crimes. >> reporter: kevin spacey unceremoniously fired from netflix's "house of cards" after accusations of sexual harassment. the two-time also winner scrubbed from the upcoming drama "all the money in the world." his character replaced by christopher plummer and "variety" saying reshooting the scenes could cost producers over $10 million. kevin spacey's spokesperson had previously confirmed to abc news that the actor is taking the time necessary to seek evaluation and treatment. meanwhile, tambor joins a growing list of entertainment figures taken down by accusations of sexual misconduct in addition to kevin spacey, there's louis c.k. who was pulled -- his movie pulled from release, fx cutting ties and brett ratner, hugh hefner's film put on hold and roy price, forced to step down and many saying it is just the beginning. >> and the person who is saying that we'll bring in tv editor
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for guthrie and your reporting has been spot-on from the very beginning and you're saying stay tuned. more to come. >> more to come. household names we're hearing. it's a big problem and the disclosures are so easy now. before women accusers could be silenced in legal framework and if they took a settlement, now all of that is out the window because what company wants to appear to be going after somebody who took a legal settlement. the optics are terrible. >> tell us what the atmosphere is like with these top executives in hollywood. >> everybody is hollywood is paralyzed because nobody knows when the other shoe is going to drop. with the c.k. story, louis c.k. story that "the new york times" did they obviously reached out to everybody involved right before publishing but you never know how bad it's going to be until it's actually out there
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and a lot of people around know, that it wasn't going to be so bad and it was pretty bad. so -- and he stepped away, i'm told, voluntarily. he didn't dig in like some others are doing like brett ratner is doing and he just let everybody out and issued a non-apology/apology. >> you've got louis c.k.'s movie canceled. kevin spacey's movie being reshot with another actor. how much is all of this costing the studios? >> well, it's hard to say quantify exactly how much this is going to cost but what is happening now is all of these studios are trying to limit the representational damage, the brand damage. that's why they've all moved very quickly with kevin spacey, with -- at amazon studios and now you see jeffrey tambor quitting the show or maybe he was asked to quit.
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we don't know. >> you say projects put on hold potentially. >> sure. absolutely. >> you mentioned this in your piece, amy. award season is coming up and just the whole -- ooh. >> a bummer. >> yeah. >> jimmy kimmel at the oscars has his work cut out for him. >> they have to address it. >> some me too speeches. >> absolutely. but how do you -- this is supposed to be a night to celebrate hollywood. how do you do that? >> it'll be interesting to see. >> marisa, i know you'll cover it again. thanks so much. george. coming up our exclusive, the family final free after being held hostage by the taliban and how they tried to protect their
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littlest hostages born in captivity, held with their terrorists in afghanistan and pakistan. >> we can only ask and pray that somebody will recognize the atrocities these men carry out against us. >> reporter: now in their first television interview, the american mother katelyn boyle still wearing a hijab and canadian father joshua described how they kept their family together kidnapped five years ago and held in duncan-like conditions on dirt floors rarely allowed to go outside. >> we showed them how to use cardboard, bottle caps, what we could find to play with and tell them like these are toys. this is -- we can make a game with this. >> reporter: fearful they might be beheaded the parents even made up a game about that pretending to be british kings to prepare the children for the possibility. >> made it a game so that he wasn't afraid because there was, you know, there was nothing we could do if it came to that
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except try to make him less >> reporter: they also described the beatings and torture they and their eldest son suffered. >> some of the guards actually actively hated children and would somewhat target him and come up with reasons to hit him either with a stick or otherwise. claiming that he was making problems. he was being too loud. >> could you do anything to get between the guards and your son? >> sometimes that's how i would get beaten or hit. >> trying to protect your son. >> trying to protect them. >> reporter: the taliban made sure her injuries could not be seen. >> she had a broken cheekbone. broke her hand punching one of them and her fingers. she was proud of that. >> she fought back. >> oh, yeah. >> reporter: she would pay dearly and believe the guards put something in her food to force a miscarriage of an unborn daughter. what she and her husband call a forced abortion.
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>> a five-year hostage taking is tape what happened next when she wouldn't keep quiet about it. >> my children have seen their mother defiled. >> one day they came in to the cell and they took my husband out forcefully dragging him out and that's when the assault happened. it was with two men and then there was a third at the door and afterwards they -- the animals wouldn't even give me back my -- they won even give back clothes. >> reporter: all in front of her little boy. this family is carrying some very deep scars. joshua boyle told me he refused the taliban's offer to join up with them and speak out against the u.s. and now he's making it his mission to bring them to an international court for committing war crimes. >> those are mind-boggling stories and beheading could be a game shows just how unimaginable the environment is.
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an place. >> i asked joshua. you took your wife there five, six months pregnant. why did you do that. he wouldn't answer. >> at all. >> how are the children adjusting. >> they are adjusting. the little boy during captivity got used to taking things and hiding them and told us watch out he might grab your phone, in fact, he did take two of our phones and tried to hide them. they tog him about the stars and planets but he never actually saw a star until after he was free and could look up at the night sky. >> incredible. >> so many firsts they're experiencing. thank you. coming up harrison ford playing a real-life action hero. how he came to the rescue. come on back. (hard exhalation) honey? can we do this tomorrow? (grunts of effort) can we do this tomorrow? if you have heart failure symptoms, your risk of hospitalization could increase, making tomorrow uncertain. but entresto is a medicine that was proven,
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get the app for a sneak peek at the deals. we're talking about heroes and look up and see garth brooks my hero in the studio. >> good morning. >> good morning, sir. >> we're going to talk about harrison ford to the rescue becoming a real-life here reon sunday. >> there's the rescue. you can see it from the tmz photos. not the first time he's done something like this. walk us through it. >> just incredible pictures. also just yesterday ford was driving on the highway in california when the driver in front of him lost control, crashed into an embankment and told ford rushed over to her and helped pull her out then waited for the paramedics and ultimately transported to the hospital with no -- with minor injuries. >> he's done this before. >> yeah, he's done it before. this is discuss incredible.
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we all know ford was an experienced pilot, is an when a hiker got stranded he used his helicopter to rescue her. just imagine that. then the following year in 2001 he did it again. a 13-year-old boy scout was lost for 18 years near yellowstone park and spent the night in a cave and ford used that helicopter again to find him and by the way, look at new york, he also has not been afraid to step out into new york city traffic to direct it as tmz caught him doing. >> i wanted to do that a couple of times. good for him. >> it's all good. thank you for bringing that. >> absolutely. big monday morning here. michael's one-on-one exclusive with dale earnhardt jr. as he takes his last lap around the track. garth brooks, you thought he would wear a suit and tie. look at that belt buckle. come on back. >> yeah. in every town, across america. small businesses show their love to you. with some friendly advice,
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\ >> anchor: good morning washington. the first trials begin today for the inauguration day riots in d.c. among the 200 people arrested one woman facing 60 years if convicted. just days before thanksgiving christmas is
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arriving at the white house today. the 19.5 foot tall balsam fir sunshine through out the day today. temperatures in the 30s. it is going to be cold and wind will make it feel chilly high of 51 degrees. hopefully it is a short workweek for you. wednesday down highs 50-upper 40s. high on thanksgiving day 45 showers on saturday. our traffic watch dwestboun collision on your way over to 14th street. interstate 66, 51 minutes to the beltway. no crashes on southbound 270.
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back to good morning america have a great day. good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. breaking overnight charles manson dies in prison. the infamous cult leader who led a string of murders in the 1960s known as the most dangerous man in america. this morning emotional statements from the family of his victims. ♪ ain't no mountain high enough ♪ >> ain't no mountain high snuff. on music's biggest night diana ross bringing the house down with daughter tracee hosting and pink and bts takes over the stage. michael with dale earnhardt jr. as he leaves the track. the last drive pit road every
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sile high-five him. what he says living up to the intimidator. being a dad and stepping out from behind the wheel. >> and "gma's" going garth. joining us live as a special guest co-host and wait until you hear what he's performing right here live. and my friend is here to say -- >> good morning, america! [ cheers and applause ] >> that's the way to kick things off this monday morning. garth brooks, our special co-host today. >> it's wonderful to have him here today. he will be singing as well but we'll put him to work as a co-host and as we approach thanksgiving it's one of giving as we know. here to get us in the right mind-set. another friend of mine, tony robbins, he has been somebody that has helped me through the years and he's going to put our audience and anybody watching through an exercise to help us get in that giving spirit. >> he has helped a lot of people
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fo alert as we kick off a busy week of holiday travel. real cold to the east and snow. >> this is how i can help all of you to plan. interstate 90 looking a little rough, erie county, pennsylvania, in the last 24 hours thanks to that lake-effect snow and snow bands on i-90 north and east of cleveland so you can see that right there in ohio but this morning, if you are going i-90 in western new york, that's where we're seeing the heaviest snow, 4 to 8 inches additional could fall there, mexico, new york, at my last check of the radar was picking up heavier stuff and some bands reaching to new york city. wednesday, when everybody is on the roads and starting to look at flights we could see rain along the i-95 dhoocorridor. interior new england some of the snow and in florida we have some rain showers possible and i'll tell you more about the heavy rains possible in the pacific
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northwest in moments. >> a lot of rain all over t map, ginger, thanks very much. we learned that charles manson has died. he was responsible for the 1969 murders that took the lives of seven people including actress sharon tate. and it did not stop after the conviction. a member of the manson family attempted to assassinate gerald ford. one of the victim's family members says she hopes he gets no mercy. a major recall for a popular minivan, the chrysler pacifica, that a safety group puts drivers at risk on the road. abc's david kerley has that story for us. good morning, david. >> reporter: good morning, this is a call for an investigation by the government and a recall by the company, chrysler, for one of its most popular van, the pacifica minivan, they will stall without warning. the center for auto safety
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calling for this. th which this vehicle has stalled without warning leaving the driver without acceleration or power steering on the roadways. there have been no injuries. the center is saying that chrysler should be offering rentals and recall the vehicle and chrysler is telling us it is -- most of complaints are single events of engine stall adding the customers were able to restart their vehicles and the stall did not reoccur according to chrysler so the question this morning, robin, is will the regulator, nhtsa listen and start an investigation. will chrysler recall or leave these on the road? >> people want to know because as you said extremely popular. you see a lot on the road. david, thank you. coming up, michael's exclusive with junior, dale earnhardt jr. as he takes his last lap around the track. what's next for the nascar star. garth brooks is here gearing up to guest co-host and will perform live. who do you have upstairs? >> hello, george. so i'm in the green room with kelly rowland, joe zee as you know, they are very hard at work.
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no, that's everyone's opinion. ♪ in low places ♪ whiskey -- [ applause ] back here on "gma" what a great audience we have to kick off this holiday week and you are going to be rewarded, my friends, because our superstar
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guest co-host, come on out garth brooks. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ got friends in low places [ cheers and applause ] ♪ i got friends in low places ♪ where the whiskey -- >> good to see you. >> pleasure. >> thanks. [ applause ] >> nice! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> wow. >> whoo! man. >> now i know what it's like to be you. >> i liked your little runway walk. you had it going on. that's a good way -- >> that's just me. >> how about lara and some "pop news"? you ready for that? >> oh, yeah. [ applause ] >> i'm ready. >> we encourage you to jump in whenever needed. >> i'll probably just be quiet.
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>> you guys too. good morning to everybody and begin with this. [ applause ] thanksgiving as we all know, just around the corner and this morning we have our very first look at two very lucky turkeys. there they are, the white house instagramed these pictures of fellows that they have named bow and tie. the two lucky duck, you know what i mean, will be pardoned by the president tomorrow and seem to be living it up until then. they're sharing a full size room at the willard hotel. rooms go for $300. these two are -- i mean, if they've gotten into that mini bar -- [ laughter ] -- it's just down the treat from the white house. their stay is being covered by the national turkey federation and this is the 70th year in the federation has presented a president with the turkey but the first bird a little trivia for you the first bird pardoned was done by george h.w. bush. >> that was the first one. >> that was the first actual pardon. the tradition has been going on for 70 years.
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>> >> no, no. no, they give the bird to the president and then the president gets to release them into the wild but now they do -- they make official and pardon. george h.w. started that tradition. another bit of trivia if you feel like questioning, from the white house these birds will go down and live out their days on the campus of virginia tech at a sanctuary that's been created there called gobbler's rest. [ applause ] >> well done. >> enjoy the room service, fellas. also in "pop news" if you ever wanted to get into the fashion business, and we know garth does, we've got a taker here. this is the time, garth. perfect timing. talk about get annan education, none other than marc jacobs is teaching a 15-part online course in fashion available to any of you. it's a fantastic opportunity. jacobs says it will be no holds barred and discuss his
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inspiration, case studies, the seek behind some of his most outrageous runway productions and says he'll be teaching the stuff he wishes that he had known when he was starting out. this master class costs just $90, anybody can do it on masterclass.com. well worth the investment. >> a lot of people are going to get foo fashion? my daughter is going to want that. [ applause ] >> ever since i did the master class, i did the serena master class, you should she my backhand. >> oh, really? >> no, don't buy it. >> you should look into it. i'm sure they would love to have one on country music, on writing songs. they're always done by, you know, politics, on how to thrift shop, i could do -- they take experts in every field and open up -- >> your own time? supply really did buy it and it really didn't do anything for my game but i got some great
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stories. there's nothing mixing this asking. a big holiday change for a huge tradition in new york. once upon a time 23 you wanted to visit santa at macy's flagship manhattan store all you had to do was go and get in line like they did here in the 1994 version of "miracle on 4th street". >> classic. >> classic. that's not the original but the scene was like the best to give an example of what we're talking about. that was then and this is now. now you'll have to have your people call his people. [ laughter ] basically if you want to sit on santa's thee and tell him your christmas dreams you just need to see if there is ang open time slot on macy's website. you cannot just show up there anymore. however, you can do it just 30 minutes before you want to go or up to five days in advance. macy's says there is a good reason. >> good idea. >> the new arrangement is to avoid long line answer the inevitable meltdowns that we have all experienced as parents that go with them. not everyone, however, is loving the plan. one twitter response says, quote, too bad for the tourists
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visiting macy's herald square in santa unless you make a reservation. earth to macy's, stay away from holidays. you ruin everything. >> that's too harsh. >> some are laughing. >> so if you're not a fan of this, less spontaneous there is good news, admission still free from black friday to christmas eve. >> there you go. >> macy's says you can cancel, you can book it. you can cancel it and make a new reservation any time. really flexible. all just intend to make it easy to mingle with kringle. >> great save. >> you liked it when she said it was free. >> free is me. it tastes better, fits better. i love it. >> tastes better. >> no calories. >> that's -- amen. >> hey, the cmas were fantastic. [ cheers and applause ] [ applause ]
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i mean, it's all about the music. and then last night the american music awards packed a powerhouse performance as well and celebrated so many incredible women like diana ross so let's go back to nick watt and, nick, the stars were raving about miss diana backstage, weren't they? in they were. you know, robin, backstage, everyone, the young and the slightly older crediting diana ross with inspiring, empowering and entertaining but, you know, as i was walking to the theater in the afternoon, hours before the show, i could hear massive cheering and it wasn't for diana ross, it was for a band called bts. ♪ you know >> reporter: the loudest, the highest creams of the night for k pop sensation bts. their very first american tv performance. ♪ dna >> reporter: i caught them on their way in. nervous. >> yes.
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>> reporter: they nailed it. ♪ take it take it >> reporter: but this became a night celebrating exceptional women. christina aguilera whitney/"bodyguard" medley ♪ and i will always love you >> reporter: marking the movie's 25th anniversary. we also had kelly clarkson on stage. ♪ what is this feeling taking over ♪ >> reporter: and pink singing while hanging off the side of a hotel. >> she is literally superwoman. ♪ time to keep coming. >> we found a company called bandidos and they are aerial dancers and this is what they do. dance at high heights all over the world so we found them on instagram and sent them to pink and said we need to do this and she said yeah, we do. >> reporter: also some stellar performances from alessia cara. skylar grey. >> this is all about us just, you know, enjoying each other as
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singers and so everybody it's okay there's room for everyone. >> reporter: and -- >> i'm coming? >> my seat is right in front of where she's performing. relationship the queen of motown. diana ross. ♪ i'm coming out ♪ i want the world to know >> reporter: here to accept a lifetime achievement award. daughter tracee singing along. she hosted the show. >> my entire family is here! [ applause ] they are not here for me. but they are here. >> reporter: yes, they are i heard a rumor you discovered diana ross. >> i sure did. i noticed her when she was 8 years old. >> i was sound checking before last night and i came to say hi and i got so nervous i couldn't do it. >> reporter: and she brought the entire family. >> mom wanted all the kids there, all the grandchildren. ♪ wide enough to keep me from you ain't no mountain high enough rants no valley low
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enough ain't no river wide en >> reporter: 73 years old and still going strong, strong enough to make nick jonas blush, i love that and one direction news, niall horan told me he won for best new artist. he told me if he gets the call he will get back together with one direction. niall, you better not be lying to me. >> so excited. >> how much fun did you have last night, nick? >> reporter: i had a lot of fun last night. you know that awards show is the best. people are chill. people are relaxed. it is super, super fun night. >> oh, gosh and then to have -- miss diana ross out there on stage like that. her grandchildren were really having a great time. [ applause ] >> yeah. let's go back to ginger. ginger. >> such a memory for those kids too to be up on stage like that how about we do your "gma" moment, shall we? the moment where you can smile or laugh. how about this time we do it with blue, the dog.
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who blue, they attached ball to the zip line and then he pulls it back so it works for everybody. isn't that great. everybody is happy. he gets to -- - dry & chilly thanksgiving today: mostly sunny. breezy and cool. highs: 49-53 winds: nw to sw 5-15 mph tonight: clear and cold. lows: 32-39 winds: sw 5-8 mph tuesday: partly to mostly sunny. milder and breezy. highs: 58-61 winds: sw 5-15 mph all right. so we're going to get to the hottest looks at the amas and have two people who know style
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best, celebrity stylist joe z superstar kelly rowland in the house. [ cheers and applause ] absolutely spectacular in yellow this morning. >> thank you. >> you were a presenter at the show. how was ha. >> it was awesome. it was absolutely awesome. >> so fun and i want to get right to it, guys. would was everybody talking about on the red carpet? >> i mean i was talking about my girl ciara. i was talking about demi lovato and jenna -- >> everybody was talking about diana ross. was a night that blocked to her and closed the show this in such a great way with her family. she is just about over the top fashion. look at that. talking earlier about how she did a slow shoe because she's like i can't deal with heels. good for you. you earned a low shoe after all those years. >> she looked spectacular. >> serious couture. >> hailee steinfeld. she looked young. >> who is your favorite look. night. haley. >> i have to say i loved hailee. she looked young and fresh and
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heidi klum too. really great show. >> that was my favorite too. very rock 'n' roll. how about you, kell. >> my girl ciara really nailed it. i thought she looked fantastic. the choice she made with her hair, the wet look so cool. >> i noticed both are rock 'n' roll in the black. you also wore black. >> i think it was like the thing of the night. i don't know why. >> oh, it was totally. >> for sure. >> lbd. >> everybody loves a little black dress. >> besides black being a trend what would you say were the other -- >> kelly wore both of the big trends, black and she wore sparkles so i would say the other sort of color option was about sparkles so you saw it on everybody from rachel platten to beebe rex have and heidi klum in versace. it's so sexy and dynamic. when you want stage presence on a music show -- >> we got to talk quickly about the host. tracee ellis ross, my goodness. >> oh, my god.
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>> i think there were ten looks. >> i >> 12 including her red carpet is there she looked fantastic but the moment to me that just took everything was when she came out in her mom's original shirt she wore with michael. i got this from the garage. i was like can i go in your garage. >> yard sale. >> and the gold. and the gold too. >> i love the gold. i loved the sequin jumpsuit -- >> i loved it all. >> i love you guys. you two come back. the award show season so let's do it. meanwhile, they're calling and i got to get to george? we'll talk -- go now to the end of an era for a nascar star dale earnhardt eddie. one of the sport's most beloved drivers and michael spoke with him as he prepared to take his final lap around the track. >> 18 years. >> you got to celebrate. love you man. >> reporter: 26 victories. >> it's earnhardt. >> as he crossed that checkered line sunday night dale earnhardt jr. closed the book on one
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legendary racing career. i got a chance to catch up with >> we're here at homestead miami speedway. you've been here plenty of times. we're hearing the cars in the background revving their engines. how are you? >> i still got a little in the tank and want to get it all out. >> you've been voted the most popular driver 14 types. how does that love from the fans feel? >> it's overwhelming. i know that when i started my career as an earnhardt my dad was a seven-time champion. he had this whole mystique and fans wanted that. they wanted 20 more years of dale earnhardt, the intimidator and i couldn't be that. that's not who i was. i didn't want to be that. i didn't want to emulate him and try to fit into that mold, so i just went ahead right from the start and just was myself, maybe even more outspoken than i was comfortable with, just so people could get to know me. >> i want to be a race car driver someday. it's a great sport. i love it.
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>> you've been living -- you've been breathing were born. and you're retiring from full time racing but you're not going away. this is what i love. we'll see more of you. >> i'm really excited to be able to be a part of the sport. i'm going to get a chance to go into the booth next year. our season is split in half. but between two networks. and so i'll get to be at half of the races to help broadcast the sport through the booth. that's going to be a lot of fun with me. >> i'm here with dale earnhardt. >> he's been honing sports reporting skills for quite some time. interviewing his dad in dale the movie. >> we did exactly what you told us and wanted to race. >> are you going to give me some money when you get home. >> i doubt it. >> i think that what we'll probably serve me the best to continue to be authentic. speak what i feel is true. not be afraid to admit when you're wrong. >> you're going to have off time. got married. anniversary is coming up next month. >> yes. >> and on top of that, you have a baby on the way.
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>> i know. i've got my hands full and got to be excited about. amy has changed me as a person. made every day of my life better. i became a better person, a better husband. a better friend. and, you know, i have no idea how this little girl is going to change my life. y getting all kinds of advice from everybody but that is going to be an experience that i couldn't imagine how to describe it. >> well, i'm going to give you advice about the baby. you're going to hold on tighter than you ever held on to any steering wheel in your life. white knuckles the entire man, that's what it's all about. [ applause ] >> michael is right about that. coming up, garth brooks, denzel washington both here live. your "gma" moment brought to you by the frame from samsung.
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the most beautiful tv you've never seen. >> anchor: good morning washington. here is a check of your top stories. singer demi lovado walking the red carpet with rome. rome has put up with so much bullying. rome is the first openly transgener official in virginia history. police expected to clear the
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area where a homicide was the aclu of maryland is questioning the heavy police presence. we have full sunshine but chilly temperatures. sunshine is expected throughout the day today we'll have temperatures starting out in the 30s. it is going to be cold and the wind will make it feel chilled with the high of 51 degrees. temperatures go up tomorrow close to 60 degrees wednesday down highs 50 to upper 40s. high on thanksgiving day 45 few showers on saturday. >> anchor: on our traffic watch monday morning commute we have lingering delays interstate 66 east boupd.
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southbound on the george washington parkway expect delays where we have had accident activity.
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southbound lanes of i-270 no ac ♪ 'cause i got friends in low places where the whiskey drowns and the beer chases ♪ >> welcome back to "gma." so happy to have you with us this monday morning. got a great audience here, of course. [ cheers and applause ] and some great co-hosts too. thanks for being my co-hosts. >> we've become your co-hosts. i love that. gosh, i think he does have it. >> i love this gig. >> the past isn't too bad either. your six cma entertainer of the year awards. including the one you won most recently the last two in a row. [ applause ] other than having them here where do you keep them at home? >> around my neck, just wear it right here.
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>> it's nice for book ends. >> thank you very much. it's been a wonderful ride. spanning from the 25th cmas to the 50th. >> wow. >> pretty cool. >> fantastic. >> i had so much fun with you and great to see trish. saw you backstage this year's and you were real to me -- you were shocked you won entertainer of the year again this year and heading directly to taco bell. >> taco bell. we've got -- i'm telling you --s if [ applause ] >> i like your style. i like your style. >> taco bell has been fantastic to us. we've got more taco bell that you can imagine. next year if i'm lucky enough we'll get a rolls-royce or something. took the whole crew out to taco bell. >> nothing so too good for them. >> run for the border. >> it was great. >> i love it. >> thanksgiving coming up. now i heard, is this true, last year you did friendsgiving. >> misfit thanksgiving. people in our industry that are in that town for one reason and
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they either don't have a they're working with us and don't get to go home so we just open up the house and you are a lucky person if you sit at her table at thanksgiving. she's fantastic. >> what's the best thing she cooks. >> everything but she's got -- i was raised on, what is it? stuffing. i thought that's what it was. she's got this thing called dressing. whoo. >> that debate. >> i don't know -- whoo. that's some great stuff right there. >> there is a debate, dressing and stuffing. >> i was just thinking about it. >> it's not the same. >> we call it stuffing. >> you're going to get smacked if you say that. >> she can burn in the kitchen. love that show. the anthology part one, garth brooks. this is -- [ cheers and applause ] >> beautiful. >> friends in low places. i was just telling you i returned from the virgin islands and puerto rico and checking out of the hotel in the virgin islands. they were playing "friends in
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low places" and we were all dancing in the >> and almost didn't come about. >> three. friends in low places, thunder road and the rest was fine. it was fun. just another artist cut it and that artist was sweet enough to give us the first shot at the single because the writer kind of got scared because we put friends in low places in hold on the first record and did the first record and then it was another year before fences came out and panicked, pitched it. cut it and sweet enough to let us have the first shot at it and i can't imagine my career without it. >> an anthem. >> that other thing about the book, you guys, so many great pictures. >> yeah. >> it's like the story of your life. >> it's fun. man, there's a picture that -- first alan reynolds' house. >> you missed garth in his football outfit. >> he's a heck of an athlete. >> there's the shot. that one right there, got me. it's 40 people on the front steps. i'm going where did this shot come from. >> whoa. >> is that you?
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>> w of course, that's me. that was me just -- >> hold on. >> a year ago. of course, that's me. >> that haircut. >> yes. >> we all had that haircut at some point. >> you didn't pay for a barber. you sat there with your other five brother, sat there. either got a crew cut or bowl cut. that was it and your dad was the one giving it so there it is right there. [ applause ] >> it's a good look. and it's coming back. >> you're going to bring it back. i got to tell you how are we going to top this? we've had garth. we had kelly rowland here. so joe zee. we got tony robbins and a man who needs no introduction. two-time oscar winner, starring in the new movie "roman j. israel, esq." denzel. [ cheers and applause ]
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>> good to see you again. [ applause ] >> oh. >> love you, brother. [ applause ] >> welcome back. >> an embarrassment of riches, i tell you. an embarrassment of riches. >> what a day. >> the crew on production call, is it true that your mom -- it's really denzel, not denzel. >> denzel. >> denzel. >> denzel. >> d-e-n -- sometimed spelled i'm denzel washington jr. so she started calling me denzel. we say denzel and we both show up. you're denzel. >> we say denzel. >> that's the way it is now. >> beautiful film. >> oh, thank you. >> you've got to see this. it's so -- so incredibly
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powerful and that -- but before some throwback pictures of mr. brooks here -- >> yes, thank you. >> i think we got -- yes, here we go. >> oh. that, that, that. now, how old do you think i'm there? >> 14. >> oh, that was good. i was 15. i was in daytona, florida. [ cheers ] . you know mainland senior high school. i went to mainland in daytona. >> wow. [ laughter ] >> and that's it. thank you. [ applause ] >> wow! >> love you went to high school. >> i did go to high school. >> but you were here actually 11 years ago to the day and we asked you the same question. you already talked about it with thanksgiving dinner. you said mac and cheese was your favorite thanksgiving dish. is that still the same? >> can't have it without it. [ applause ] cranberries. got to have --
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>> cranberries with the >> got to be fresh. got to be fresh and get me in trouble. i feel trouble coming. whatever my wife makes is what it is. >> there's the answer right there. >> it is. [ applause ] >> let's show a little bit of the film. [ applause ] >> if the guards in this courtroom detained you and would not allow you to use the bathroom you would all by definition -- >> i'll hold you this contempt if you continue. >> with all due respect you're ask me to obey an erroneous court decision. >> okay. find you in contempt. is there anything else you'd like to add before i set the fine? [ applause ] >> wow. >> tell us about roman. >> roman, roman israel tries hard. he tries hard and doesn't always succeed but he tries very hard. >> yeah, he does.
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>> yeah, he does. character almost as much as any i've ever done. it's just an interesting guy. >> yeah. you said you had a chance to see it. >> i loved it. >> yeah. >> so much of him in all of us. >> oh, that's beautiful. >> no, it's perfect. and i want to thank you. the conversation my wife and i had after, i hope everyone has that same conversation. >> about? >> can you share with us? >> the judicial system. >> just us believing that we understand each other when the truth is we don't have a clue. i don't have a clue what goes on in your life. you don't have a clue what goes on in my but make arguments based on the fact that we do and that tolerance it speaks of, that forgiveness that second to think about it before you strike back is everything for me in the movie. >> denzel, he's hired. >> what are you doing the rest of the day?
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[ laughter and applause ] >> thank you. >> you'll be hearing that the rest of the day. i'm telling you, it's true though. >> the thing we'll use in the house forever. drowning in the shallow end. god, what a beautiful line. i'd watch this movie five times a day. we all need to. >> i got to see it. >> drowning in the shallow end. >> drowning in the shallow end. >> true co-host. he watched the movie. [ cheers and applause ] >> i'm just a true fan. love everything you've done, man. >> thank you. >> i love that your son worked with you on it too. >> yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. all my kids are in the business now. a couple of actors, a producer and a director. >> yeah. >> wow! >> way to go. [ applause ] >> would you ever consider doing that where you had the producer, the director, the other actor all -- >> all in -- we didn't plan it. in fact my wife just closed her show doing a show in brooklyn last night. she just closed. >> whoo.
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>> working. "roman j. israel, esq." hits sheeters wednesdays. tony robbins when we come back. [ cheers and applause ] before we start, i just want to say if anyone still doesn't have fios, please stay out of the way so your lag doesn't get us all killed, ben. what's so good about fios anyway? uh. what's so great about a 100% fiber-optic network that makes your gaming system actually work awesomely? hey. did you take out the trash? haha, garbage boy! dad, i already took out ben. it's not funny. gaming is best on a 100% fiber-optic network. so get fios.
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now, just $79.99 per month with a 2-year price guarantee, with a 2-year agreement. back here on "good morning america" we have more garth brooks, tony robbins coming up, so much to get to thattemps thi - dry & chilly thanksgiving today: mostly sunny. breezy and cool. highs: 49-53 winds: nw to sw 5-15 mph tonight: clear and cold. lows: 32-39 winds: sw 5-8 mph tuesday: partly to mostly sunny. milder
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and breezy. highs: 58-61 winds: sw and that report brought to you by sunel. can't wait to see what tony robbins has to say. >> garth, denzel and my dear friend, one of the most inspiring people you'll ever know, tony robbins. [ applause ] come on. >> thank you. >> helping us get into the giving spirit as we get ready for thanksgiving. you had me at awaken the giant within. you did back in the '90s, you awoke this giant within me. 'tis the season. it's thanksgiving week. you know, there are a lot of people that are trying to get into that -- into that spirit. how can you help us do it. >> the fastest way is to get outside yourself. all the stress people have at home because we have a 2 million dollar brian that is designed to look what is wrong. if you let it run the show instead of your heart you'll be in trouble. they start react. we used to worry about sabre tooth tigers. nothing like that. so people think of us, how will
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my mom respond to my date argue with my brother so i tell people the fastest way to get out of it is to trade expectations at how things are supposed to for appreciation of what you have. i work with feeding america. when i was 11 we had no food for thanksgiving. and we were fed so when i was 17 i fed two families, four, eight, got to a million, 2 million, 4 million people and interviewing for my new book these 50 brilliant people, warren buffett and cut food stamps by $7 billion. that means every family that gets help has to give up food for a whole week every month if we don't step in. i thought what if i fed 50 million people a year so i'm feeding a billion people over seven years in partnership and we've already said -- we've already fed 300 million. 100 million every year, 80 million this year and reaching out, anyone watching, if you want to get in the spirit, all the research shows if you do things for yourself, you feel okay.
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but en them give away their toy or give away their goodies they're more excited and test your chemistry to show. i'll match any amount you give to feedingamerica.org, forward splash tony robbins. we want to do another 20 million meals before the end of the year. [ applause ] >> wonderful. also i want to put this down. whenever you're here you always give us a little something to walk away with and to help us to get into that because we want to pay it forward just like how you are doing so help us with an exercise. >> one thing to do realize focus equals feeling. when people think about the holidays they think about all the time, the time crunch. you don't have a pressure cooker for the turkey but for the feeling too. ask better questions. if i said to all of you, just try it. something simple and said what are you grateful for in your life? that's what thanksgiving is about. think of something or someone you're grateful for for a
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moment. who can think of something experience. close your eyes and for a moment, think about that moment and step in like you're there like you're seeing as it was happening and breathing how you're grateful. what's the look on your face when you're overwhelmed with gratitude or joy. raise your hand if you can feel that feeling now. try another one. think of something you could feel really proud of and i don't mean eagle proud. but proud of your children or proud of yourself because you've really done something. how do you breathe when you're proud. if you're a little kid and proud what shows up on your face. you don't hide it. when you can feel that proud. and then do one more real quick. try excitement. if you really want to be excited about something, how many can think of something you could be excited about. so just focus on it. focus, where focus goes energy flows. focus equals feeling. if you want to be prepared for thanksgiving think of your family in advance and oh, my god, what is going to happen. what do i love about them.
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what made us laugh our or made us feel so close. you've primed your brain to react in a different way than the stress way. >> we can do this. [ applause ] we're excited. garth is holding the book and everybody, provide those to meals in need of feedamerica.org and everybody is getting a copy of tony's book. all proceeds from the book go to feeding america.org and garth
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brooks coming up. [ ♪ so excited to have our special guest co-host garth brooks with us. he has a brand-new anthology that reveals the story behind the songs and right now here is "the dance."
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[ applause ] ♪ looks back on the memory of the dance we shared neath the stars above ♪ ♪ for a moment all the world was right ♪ ♪ how could i have known that you'd ever say good-bye ♪ ♪ and now i'm glad i didn't know yeah ♪ ♪ the way it all would end the way it all would go ♪ ♪ our lives are better left to chance i could have missed the pain but
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i'd have had to miss the dance ♪ ♪ and holding you everything for a moment wasn't i a king ♪ ♪ but if i'd only known how the king would fall ♪ ♪ hey who's to say you know i might have changed it all ♪ ♪ and now i'm glad i didn't know the way it all would end ♪ ♪ the way it all would go our lives are better left to chance ♪ ♪ i could have missed the pain
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"good morning america" is brought to you prudential. >> beautiful, beautiful, beautiful. >> i like this gig. >> yeah? are there any downsides to the gig? >> if i'm going to do this gig i would like to move it to a later time. can we do that? ? that would be good. just set it up right there for you and you knocked out out of the park. what a beautiful way to end this day, this morning. and just what that song means to you. >> oh, the song and hearing the voices sing it to you. best gig on the planet. thank you, god, for my life. this is good. this is good. [ applause ] >> a lot to be grateful for this morning. >> we really do have and like i said an embarrassment of -- not an embarrassment grateful for the riches we have today with you and denzel and tony and everybody that was here. one of my oldest friends in the whole wild world, julia lennon sitting right up front. [ applause ] [ applause ] >> momma is going to love that
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back in >> anchor: good morning washington. the first trials begin today for the inauguration day riots in d.c. among the 200 people arrested one woman facing 60 years in prison if convicted. trying all the defendants could stretch into next year. crews are breaking ground on new lanes on i-66. those lanes will charge solo drivers a toll beginning december the 4th. here is veronica johnson.
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sunshine expected throughout the day today cold and wind will make it feel chilled high of 51 degrees. hopefully it is a short workweek for you. tomorrow 60 degrees wednesday down highs 50-upper 40s with sunshines around florida. high on thanksgiving day 45 showers on saturday. >> anchor: with all that sunshine you can imagine we have sun glare delays on eastbound interstate 66. continuing to be a 50 minute ride in jammed traffic. and on our traffic line cameras looking live 14th street bridge merging into the southeast freeway.
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>> anchor: hope you have a great day. ♪ think of your fellow man, ♪ lend him a helping hand, ♪ put a little love in your heart.♪ ♪ you'll see it's getting late, oh please don't hesitate...♪ ♪ put a little love in your heart.♪ ♪ in your heart... ♪ in your heart... ♪ in your heart... ♪ in your heart.
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(vo) going on now, our subaru share the love event >> announcer: it's "live with kelly and ryan!" today, two time academy award winner denzel washington! and hidden talent, we announce the winner of "live"'s "bow wow wow contest." all next on "live"! ♪ [cheers and applause] and now, here are kelly ripa and ryan seacrest! [cheers and applause] ♪

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