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from "fox 5 news", this is "good day wake up". >> liz: time to bundle up and temperatures will be more chilly. some parts of our area could see some snowflakes tomorrow. audrey has are full forecast. >> ben: david bowie has died. he died yesterday after an 18 month battle with cancer. he turned 69 this past friday, the same day he released his latest album. >> liz: the nypd has four
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gang rape at a playground. >> ben: leo dicaprio one at the golden globes. >> liz: good morning everyone. >> ben: it is january 11, monday morning at 6:00 p.m. juliet huddy is under the weather this morning. audrey is in for mike woods, my what a difference just 12 hours makes. >> audrey: yesterday it felt like spring. today feels like winter. we felt the cold, and then yesterday, temperatures are the 30s across the tri-state area this morning. read 35 in islip, 35 and bridgeport, 25 degrees in monticello.
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colder than yesterday. the wins are picking up they are coming out of that west, northwest from 15 - 20 miles per hour. combined with the with the current temperature reading it is feeling like the 20s in many locations with negative 15 degrees in many locations. everyone should see mostly sunny conditions today. we are going for numbers near the freezing mark. it is like went to warm up too much from where it is now. temperature readings will be in the 30s today, windchill factor it will feel more like the 20s for much of your monday. tomorrow we have threat of snow and rain, those will clear out by wednesday and then we have another rush of cold air coming in. high temperatures in the 20s, we'll feel like the teens in many locations by wednesday. let's see how it looks on the roads this morning with ines. >> ines: it is not looking good.
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icing buildups out there. right now icy conditions on the thorough way if you are traveling by exit eight there is icy conditions there. note problems on the bronx river parkway. 287 there is some ice in there causing spin outs. let's go to the cameras, there are delays heading toward the george washington bridge. this is 89 approaching exit 71 toward george washington bridge. express lanes are slow because of accident. all the other approaches are doing fine. the b.q.e. b.q.e. headed for the brooklyn bridge, also an ice situation there. there's a stall truck by hamilton avenue that is holding things up for the gowanus expressway.
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accident, the upper level does have delays five-ten minute. lower level looks good. lincoln are running on are close. >> ben: thank you. rockstar, david boy has died of cancer at the age of 69. logo >> ben: tresa is here now with more on his life and legacy. >> reporter: he really had an incredible career. he is the genius that really cannot be defined. it was a look, a voice so unique yet most recognizable rock 'n roll has ever seen. this morning, that is legacy of david boy who died this weekend at the age of 69. >> reporter: it was his career
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this morning fans are mourning the loss of one of rock 'n roll's biggest stars. the international rock icon, david bowie, losing an losing an 18 month battle with cancer. his death announced a facebook with this message. david boy died peacefully today surrounded by his family after a courageous 18 month battle with cancer. while many of you will share this loss, we ask that you respect the ban was privacy during their time of grief. david jones on monday and in 1947, he roads to international stardom in the 70s with hits like space oddity, let's dance, and heroes. his music is part of his success as his look and ever-changing nature. when he wasn't singing he was acting. apparently clips like the man
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movie, labyrinth. he kept a low profile and new york city emerging only to open his off roadway play in december. the rock musical. last friday come on his 69th birthday days before his death, he released his 26th and final album. black star. he is survived by his wife of more than 20 years, supermodel. his son duncan and daughter. as you can imagine the twitter reaction is pouring in all over social media. david bowie, a true interrater, may he rest in please. kanye west, david bowie was one of the most important inspirations, we are also hearing from the premise of the u.k.
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david camera set i grew up listening to david bowie, he was the master of reinventing who kept getting it right. a huge loss. his latest album was just released a few days ago a lot of people are saying this was his parting gift. there a lot of inclinations about him passing on. what genius it is. >> liz: a music video was very moving to. >> ben: thank you so much. >> liz: for teens are in custody in a horrific attack in brooklyn. >> ben: please are on the hunt for a fifth man for assaulting an 18-year-old woman at gunpoint. robert moses has the latest, his live in crown heights of brooklyn. >> reporter: good morning to you, we we believe those four suspects are here at the brooklyn special victims unit. charges are still pending in this crime. a crime that is one
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city's recent memory. this morning, police are still looking for one suspect who they say participated in a brutal gang rape thursday evening inside osborne plate ground in brownsville. he and four others were captured on surveillance video from a nearby shop. one 14-year-old to 15 euros, and a 17-year-old are already in custody. police apprehended two of those teens, the of those teens, the other two surrendered. >> this is unacceptable and will not be tolerated. remac the outrage from the public advocate at go what many in brownsville feel. please say the victim and her father were inside when the five approach. one pointed a gun at the father and demanded that he leave. he ran to get help and police the each of the five suspects raytheon woman. suspects rape the young woman. what her father returned with two officers the accused rapist
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>> these streets blocked our woman, they belong to our daughters and they should be able to walk them safely. >> the the nypd has been criticized for delaying talking about it but the nypd said they started talking to people on friday. >> reporter: the woman in this case was brought to kings county hospital area the mayor calling this crime horrific. that is the latest, live from crown heights this morning. back to you. >> ben: thank you robert. in the death of a 12 year girl shot by a stray bullet. >> liz: the 20-year-old faces murder and firearm charges.
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girl back in october. she she walked into the living room to hand a plate when she was killed. he is scheduled to be arraigned today. >> ben: one of the most wanted druglords in the world is ending custody this morning. joaquin guzman, or else apple was arrested. following a violent shootout that left five of his associates dead and wounded one marine. he has been on the run for months after escaping from a prison in mexico. in an unusual twist where learning that sean penn went to
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[inaudible] he said he is accused of smuggling cocaine, meth marijuana, and heroin in the united states. the secretary says he will fight the extradition. >> no he should not be extradited to the united states or any other foreign country. in mexico there are laws based on a fair constitution. in this case, nations national sovereignty must be respected. >> ben: plus a might be harder to break out of prison in the u.s. they help supply drugs to anybody in the world. interesting story. we will see what happens next. more to come this morning. >> liz: audrey is here to look >> audrey: it felt like spring yesterday, today feels like winter. temperatures are the freezing mark in central park. plenty of sunshine today but don't be window, gusty wind will make it feel like the 20s for much of the monday.
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. >> audrey: we have some high clouds out there but that is our picking up on a satellite and
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north here, that's where they will stay. where expecting sunny skies for monday here. tonight mostly sunny skies with clouds in the morning and it can up as we go in the afternoon. threat of snow showers in the afternoon and later on in the evening another round of snow may come in across the tri-state area. it it will be a quick burst of snow. no major accumulation is expected. we'll see some moisture the form of rain across portions of long island. everything moves out quickly tomorrow night it looks like we'll have plenty of sunshine. on wednesday wednesday a blast of cold air, are highs will be in the 20s. today, high readings readings in the 30s, although it will feel like the 20s today. tonight will drop into the teens north and west that will be a cold night in the suburbs.
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wednesday .. in the 30s on her stay. friday will be 40 degrees. this weekend a chance of rain, maybe some snow and temperatures will be in the low 40s. let's take a look at the roads with ines. >> ines: a couple of problems right now. to 877 southbound is closed at exit 36. icy conditions there and it has custom spin outs. crews are are out clearing away the accidents. 224 and 80 is doing fine. icy conditions on the palisades that is blocking the ramp toward exit eight. watch out for an accident south of westchester. eighty - 95 we had delays here.
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the b.q.e. there is a stall truck over by the brooklyn battery tunnel, that's why you're left with a slow delay there. so a combination of your normal stuff and delays. inbound holland tunnel there is no way. the trains are running on are close. >> ben: are we doing $4 to get into the pool are just too? >> liz: yes for. i one in this time. >> ines: the more the better. >> ben: i don't want to get kicked out like someone else >> liz: it was a night full of glitz and glam. the golden globe awards. >> ben: michael gives us the
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>> reporter: the word season is officially underway as the best of film and television were honored at the golden globe awards. ricky jervis had no hold bards last night. i have changed, changed, not as much is bruce jenner, obviously. >> kate winslet walked away with best supporting actress. >> i really am so shocked right now, honestly. i'm so shocked. >> reporter: for the film side, matt damon and jennifer lawrence to globes for best actor and best actress. sylvester stallone best
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>> that's what makes rocky viable today because he is so achieve something that is perfect and it is just not possible but he never stops trying. >> reporter: the martian was one of the best films taking top drama. for horse story hotel, her first major acting gig. actress. years. this is the best thing that could have happened to me. >> reporter: the review that her role -- it was scary but i'm the type of artist if the role doesn't scare me, i don't want it. it is it is not going to change me as a person. so, i took a risk.
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globe best actor in a drama series, john hamm told us he's already looking for his next project. >> i'm reading thing, text most recently. this year golden globe winners are hoping for a repeat performance at the oscars the month. in hollywood, fox news. >> ben: more still to come this morning, former mary michael bloomberg, is he thinking about getting the race for the white house? >> liz: good day will be right
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welcome back. chris christie is leaving the campaign trail temporarily as he returns for the state address. his office says that he will propose initiatives on healthcare, drug treatment and education. christie's public support has waned in the garden state but he has gained ground in new hampshire. as the first primary comes up in february 9. >> ben: did michael bloomberg throw his hat in.
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the polls have not been released yet. an independent run may take support. mayor bloomberg was a longtime democrat before he's which. 2007. >> liz: in today's healthwatch, new study finds that even though secondhand smoke secondhand that age group. researchers at the cdc say nearly half of non-smoking kids in middle and high school encounter secondhand smoke in 2013. it indicated that the problem had declined in recent years but research suggests it is still affecting millions of kids. >> ben: gambling in new jersey city, lawmakers will vote on proposals to expand gambling in new jersey. it would allow two new casinos, one at one at the
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nine years of declining casino revenues has convinced lawmakers that it is time to locate casinos in the northern part of the state. your top stories, when we returned. >> liz: alive look in update on the markets.
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wow. the internet is crazy fast here. i know, right? it's so nice to have everyone over. hi hey. mmm. i just laid an egg. does anybody want it? joey, you want some gasoline? yes, please. mom, guess what? i married a clown and we're having tiny little clown babies. mhm. i just bought a hammer. with internet fast enough for everyone, your guests might get a bit carried away.
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from "fox 5 news", this is "good >> liz: after mild weekend temperatures will be more seasonable today. highs in the 30s. audrey has the forecast for the week ahead. >> ben: legendary musician, david bowie is dead at the age of 69. he was. he was battling cancer for the last year and a half. his first big hit was space
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many would follow of the next decade. >> liz: for of the five suspects accused of raping a young woman in brooklyn is now in custody. the attack happened thursday night at a playground. >> ben: investors helping the stock market bounce back after brutal start to 2016. it was the worst, first week of the year in its history, ever. let's hope hope it gets better today. 6:30 a.m. >> liz: i'm liz, ever juliet. it's 6:30 a.m. on monday already, starting a new week. >> ben: we are almost midway through january. you know what, audrey is not going to complain nor am i because we like to move things along this time of year. >> audrey: the faster the better. >> ben: april 1 can't come soon enough.
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enjoying the cold temperatures. yesterday we had a break with the springlike day. today back to winter. temperatures in the 30s as we start off. 33 degrees in islip, bridgeport 34 degrees, 30 degrees in belmar, 30 in sussex and monticello's ark cold spot is our cold spot on the map with 25 degrees. these numbers are running between 15 and 20 degrees below where they were at this time last yesterday. wins are coming in around 20 - 25 miles per hour. it is feeling like the teens and 20s as you head out the door. when chill is 23 degrees that i slip in bridgeport. 21 in poughkeepsie. one in poughkeepsie. feeling like 19 degrees in belmar. a cold 13 towards monticello. a few high clouds out there right now. mostly sunny for monday.
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picked up on radar but those are mainly north. plenty of sunshine today, temperatures will stay where they are right now. we have reached what will be our highs for the day. factor and gusty wind and it will file the 20s were much of your monday. tomorrow, high of 40, watch out first snow and rain showers tuesday night and into wednesday. colder on. colder on wednesday with highs in the 20s. factor in the wind and it will feel cooler. ines let's take a look at the roads. >> ines: a lot of problems this morning. slippery roads right now. icy conditions pass to 87 shutdown southbound exit 36. that has 36. that has been close for about one hour. on the palace sides the ramp northbound to exit eight is
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only the shoulders getting through. as for as the l ie, normal delays heading toward the grand central parkway. let's look at the commute to on the gowanus, traffic slow as part of your normal delays. as you head toward the brooklyn battery tunnel there was an earlier stall, now back to normal delays. always slow approaching the brooklyn bridge. the trains are running on are close to schedule. >> liz: thank you. one of the most flamboyant stars have died. >> ben: that is just one of so many familiar tunes. david bowie passed away yesterday just a few days after 69th birthday. he just released in l baum, tresa has more the loss of a
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>> reporter: it was a career that's and five decades and numerous number one hits. this morning, fans are mourning the loss of one of rock 'n roll's biggest stars, the international rock icon, david bowie. he, david bowie. he lost an 18 month battle with cancer. his death was a nonstop facebook. the boy died peacefully today surround by his family after a courageous 18 month battle with cancer. while many of you will share this loss, we ask that you respect the family's privacy during their time of grief. born david jones in london on january 8, 1947, david bowie rose to international stardom in the early 70s with hits like space oddity, let's dance, and hero. his music is much as part of his success as his look and ever-changing nature.
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acting. appearing in clips like the man who fell to earth, and the 1986 movie, labyrinth. in recent years he kept a low profile, emergent emergent only to open his off-broadway play in december, the rock musical, last earth. on his 699th birthday in just days before his death, bowie released his 26th and final album, called black star. he is survived by his wife of more than 20 years, supermodel e mom, his son duncan and daughter alexandria. >> ben: for the five men accused of assaulting a young woman at a >> liz: robert moses has the latest on this story from crown heights. >> reporter: good morning to
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where we believe those were suspects could be. two of them surrendered, the other two apprehended by police this morning. please are still looking for one suspect. the five were captured on surveillance video inside a bodega before this alleged heinous crime. the 18-year-old victim and her father were inside osborne playground on thursday evening when the five suspects approach. one pointed a gun at the father and demanded that he leave, he complied with that demand and ran to get help. while he was gone, cops, cap say each of the five suspects raped this young woman. her father returned to the scene with two officers. the alleged rapist then took off. community leaders are outraged by this crime. they have a message for the man who is on the loose. >> i'm just out of words. i
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of. turn yourself in, yourself a favor because they are looking for you, you are a coward. you are a coward a coward and should be ashamed of yourself. raping our young girls. shame on you. >> reporter: you can hear the outrage, and you can understand that it has echoed across the community of brownsville in brooklyn. the mayor calling this a horrific crime. the victim was the taken to kings county hospital. she was treated there and release. that is the latest, live from the brooklyn special victims unit in crown heights. back to you. >> liz: such a terrible story. switching gears, fox means business. >> ben: lauren is keeping a close eye on wall street after terrible week last week.
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was a terrible day in china today, stacks were down 10% last week but good news for you. we are not following china, at least not at this moment. points. corporate earnings coming in all earnings, they're not expected to be back good but at least they're a little bit better. oil prices continues to fall. >> ben: i like the low oil prices. i know wall street does not, it makes it easier to fill up the tank. thanks lauren. fox the business is going to hold two more primary debates, this thursday, january 14 january 14 the primetime debate at 9:00 p.m.
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earlier debate stage? that will start at six. pataki is out, gentle is out, graham is out. >> liz: there were a lot of people to start. they're still weeding them out. we should should transition to weather and get everybody out the door. audrey is going to be chilly for sure. >> audrey: bundle up, it is feeling like winter across the tri-state area. we are in the 30s and many locations. it is feeling like the teens and 20s across the tri-state area. temperatures are going to stay steady from where they are. sunshine and it will be cold with high readings in the thirties. ines what is what is going on with traffic. >> ines: icy conditions. there is a beautiful sunrise at least. 287 southbound is a traffic jam
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a lot of icy conditions. route 80 is doing fine and 280. construction is set up here two lanes will be closed on route 17 by ridgewood avenue until further notice. there's a stall on the l ie, that is blocking the lane as you are traveling westbound. george. george washington bridge driving into the city, you have your normal delays, 15 on the upper level, ten on the lower level. the holland five to ten. duke is here was bortz. >> duke: former giants head coach, todd conklin interviewing with the philadelphia eagles. plus the latest entertainment
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cancer for the last 18 months. he rose to international stardom in the early 70s with hits like space oddity, let's dance and others. >> liz: for men are in custody with an alleged gang rape. please are searching for the fifth suspect. >> ben: l chabot has been arrested following months of being on the run. he escaped from a maximum security prison last month. "rolling stone" magazine said sean penn interviewed the drug lord before his arrest. >> liz: let's check in with sports. >> duke: nfc wild-card games yesterday. seahawks, this is the game everyone is talking about with temperatures that kick up well below zero. it was a crazy ending. it was not a great kick off but how about former vikings head coach 88-year-old bud grant coming up
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vikings led 92 nothing in the fourth. he took it down they -- viking flea nine - seven. seahawks seahawks shift the ball to adrian peterson and turn the fumble into a field goal. the seahawks were up ten-nine. then i set up a 27-year-old feel goal, and he shanked it. kicked at wide left. it was a terrible hold. he has to get it out right there, regardless he wasn't very happy. seahawks one in the most unpredictable way possible. seattle plays carolina next
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the packers and redskins. aaron rodgers hits adams for a ten year touchdown pass. that puts green bay a 17-11 at the half. then it was all green bay, packers run for touchdown pass, pass, they ran the bell well in the second half. ben is happy. >> ben: and the redskins are terrible organization. >> duke: reports also stating they mass permission to speak with the bengals offense of court nader hugh jackson. former giants head coach tom coughlin will interview with the
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>> ben: is he legit here? there is mention about the eagles trying to do that, he wants go to has his heart open to the players. i think you be a perfect fit. >> ben: say what you will about organization similar to the eagles. not a lot of drama. >> duke: there's a lot of drama. >> ben: over that head coach. >> duke: clemson and alabama, in the nba the next are getting ready to take on one of the best teams in basketball. it will be the first after owner cleaned house. he fired the head coach and
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they had a record of 4871. the general manager position will remain open the rest of the season. they will meet the media later this evening and address the future of the organization. a lot lot of people think they may go after tell kari. he coached the mets in 96. a one-handed slam, six rebounds and five blocks for the knights. one hundred-88, 24 points and eight assists. on the ice, no score in the
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the gold, the 15th of the year and devils went two-one. >> ben: that was a lot of sports. >> duke: i think tom auckland is an excellent coach. still a change of scenery sometimes good. he's 69, he could a few more years. >> ben: do, thank you. let's check the forecast. it's cold outside. >> audrey: colder than yesterday. that is going to add to everything. the wind chills are going to make it feel like the teens and 20s as you head out the door this morning. current readings are in the 30s, mostly near the freezing mark. it is 33 in islip, 34 in islip,
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temperatures are running 15 degrees colder then yesterday. were experiencing call temperatures across the northeast. if you think it's cold here check out to the west where the readings are to the teens and 20s. eighteen in buffalo, fortuna pittsburgh, detroit 11 degrees. mostly sunny skies across the tri-state area. a few clouds rolling in, coming ahead of a system with rain and snow showers tomorrow night. we'll have plenty of sunshine for the middle part of the week, another blast of cold air will come into the pitcher by them. sunny skies, windy and windy and cold with high in the 30s. tomorrow, 40 with a chance of snow and rain in the afternoon and evening an no way. savor an egg mcmuffin any time you like. a fresh cracked egg, canadian
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expect delays today. that cuts allow the spin outs, the pala side there is some icy conditions not bound by exit eight. that's cleared away, the sawmill there's an accident there are over exit 18. construction back to new jersey until further notice on route 17 by bridgewood avenue. as far as the trains, metro-north, they are all doing good. street cleaning rules are in effect. >> ben: thank you. anna gilligan in his back. >> anna: it was a fun show last night. ricky surveys was back to host the golden globes. he acknowledged that his past jokes about mel gibson made a very awkward to introduce them. take a look. >> now if i myself in the awkward position of introducing him again. listen, i think it's
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i blame nbc for this terrible situation. mel blames, we know who mel blames. >> anna: the jokes were edgier about that. he went on for long time. when mel came out he was fully prepared, not at all shy about giving it right back to ricky. >> i seeing ricky once every three years because it reminds me to get a colonoscopy. >> anna: it was a very entertaining moment there. mel is not alone in taking heat from ricky, here are some other one-liner showing that no one was safe. >> all-female remakes of ghostbusters, a female remake of
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brilliant to the studios because they get guaranteed box office results and they don't have to spend too much money on the cast. also, the only person that ben affleck hasn't been on grateful to, there also to people who your future president donald trump cannot support. >> anna: he was very good at the jokes. >> liz: i have to watch it on the dvr when i get home. >> anna: is like matt damon did not how to react to that. >> ben: everyone thought he was a little too harsh. >> anna: people always think he's too harsh. i find it funny.
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to them. >> ben: that's it for us on this monday morning. bundle up. >> liz: have a great day everyone, thanks for watching. pone of the cool perks of this place pis you can eat as much cereal as you want. it' s like i' m going to work to get some. alrighty. we just like cereal. we make it, eat it, love it, live it. (laughing) [text message alert] [texting] [crashing]
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rosanna: all right. here we are again. monday. january 11.
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