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so cool. okay, take the wine upstairs. get undressed. i want to make sure the door's locked. do you want the lights on or off? no lights. i bought candles. matthew, no more talking. right. sorry. sorry.
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woman to become ot presumptive nominee of a major party clinton won several primaries last night but bernie sanders is not bowing out yet. in a late night speech he promised supporters he will fight on. sanders spoke with clinton and president obama last night and he plans to meet with the president tomorrow. now that she's cemented herself in history as the first woman to lead a presidential ticket of a major party, what's next? >> her challenge now is to unify the party, of course. but the big question is, will the bernie sanders supports and even more importantly will the candidate, as well cooperate? here's abc's david wright. >> reporter: she's been waiting years for this moment. the night she the finally got to be the one making history. >> thanks to you, we've reached a milestone. the first time in our nation's history that a woman will be a major party's nominee. >> it's been a long time coming.
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as clinton told my colleague david muir, this isn't just about her. >> you have talked so often about the unfinished business not only in this country but around the world when it comes to women's rights. is having the first female american president part of that unfinished business? >> it is, david. and it is, of course, symbolic. but symbols mean something. and symbols often can spark hope and action in people particularly young people. and i think it will be a real milestone with my nomination for our country. but it will also send a signal around the world i care deeply about women's rights. i have ban outspoken advocate for them for many years. and as secretary of state, i carried that message around the world because empowering women, providing for women's rights, their full participation in
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society, politics, the economy is not only a matter of individuals being able to chart their own futures, it's good for democracy and good for peace and prosperity. >> reporter: it's getting harder to ignore the mag. as of tonight, clinton has enough delegates to secure the democratic nomination. that's not likely to change between now and the convention. true, not all of them are pledged delegates, the ones you earn winning primaries and caucuses. more than 500 of clinton's total are super delegates, party insiders who have been with her since the beginning. it would be tough for sanders to convince them to jump ship now. >> it's really going to be almost impossible for bernie sanders to woo over hillary clinton's super delegates. since day one, bernie sanders has been already against the rigged system. but what he's asking clinton super delegates to do is to overturn the will of the voters. essentially asking hem to rig the system. >> clinton supports now feel a
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sense of urgency about turning the focus to the general election. clinton is eager to get on with things so tonight she's putting primary season behind her. >> let's go out and make that case to america. thank, god bless you. and god bless america. >> reporter: whether or not bernie sanders is ready to do the same. i'm david wright for "nightline" in brooklyn. >> and hillary clinton also marked the milestone on social media changing her new twitter profile image to this. history made. >> humblebrag. >> a little bit. >> no, but it is history. >> she's earned. >> she's definitely earned. >> the sanders campaign manager is saying they should not be counting the superdelegate votes till they vote at the convention. >> we'll see how that plays out over next couple of days when the president speaks with bernie sanders. the dream wedding that was derailed by tragedy. >> how one community in mississippi cape together to make sure the couple would
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>> but the wedding for one couple in biloxi, mississippi was derailed by tragedy till the kindness of strangers kicked in. jonathan brandon has the story. >> reporter: when courtney and jeremy got engaged last july, they had a life full of hope ahead of them. then courtney's mom passed away suddenly from a massive heart attack in november. >> i explained to jeremy that this is going to be hard because i am a mama's baby. >> reporter: she knew it was going to be tough to continue her wedding plans without one of her best supporters. but she and jeremy pushed on saving and planning. then in february, courtney got a phone call. jeremy had been in a wreck. she rushed to the scene frantic for information from the police. >> he said all you need to know is he's alive. i asked them if i could ride in the ambulance and they said no, they have to work on him now. >> reporter: that's when she knew it was serious. three days in an induced coma, a fractured neck, broken rib and
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collar broken and a spleet spinal cord break. then he woke up. >> that's when they came and told us that jeremy's paralyzed. >> reporter: life changed in an instant. now jeremy depends on courtney for everyday tacks. >> without courtney, i couldn't tell you where the situation would be. >> reporter: after all of this, their wedding plans suddenly came to a halt and any money saved had to be redirected to his care. so courtney posted a request on facebook. she was looking for a reasonably priced photographer hoping a wedding could still happen. then people started reaching out. people courtney and jeremy didn't even know. a complete stranger jennifer dupri started a facebook page and a go fund me account. this attracted the attention of hope fricky who paid for jeremy's tux and is helping with the food and serving. >> to see this happening in such a short time mississippi strong that's what it shows. that he deserve this. >> reporter: local businesses
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got involved like melissa's specialty cakes. >> i'm going to do their wedding cake. >> owner in lisa says the story touched her. that's got to be tough. it's got to be really, really tough on this young couple who is wanting to get married and met so many unfortunate circumstances. we decided to help out. >> reporter: from decor and entertainment to photography and invitations their dreep wedding starred taking shape. all thanks to the kindness of strangers. >> they're the light at the end of the tunnel and our tunnel's had some very big rocks in it, you know? >> i feel like it's a sunset after the biggest storm. >> reporter: jonathan brennan, wlox news now. >> after so many obstacles it's nice to see them having something to look forward to. the power of social media use ford good. >> what a tough start to their lives together. it's got to be all downhill from there or uphill from there. >> they say 23 services needed to put the whole wedding
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doors in the kitchen. the princess was a terrible cook. she said that herself. she couldn't cook. >>ing us about the time her royal highness and a friend attempted to make themselves dinner. >> and the spaghetti boiled over. it put the pilot lights away. in the afternoon, she came into the kitchen, she walked past the stove and could spell gas. monday morning, she came into the kitchen and said dan, you won't believe i nearly set the whole palace on fire. i called the fire brigade. i had 12 hunky firemen all to myself. >> reporter: mcgrady using kitchens at new york's institute of culinary education to whip up some of the royal family's favorite dishes. >> stuffed bell peppers is one of her favorites. >> reporter: telling us he wanted to share his experience of princess diana after prince harry recently said he was struggling to remember what his mother was like. >> eads struggling to remember but it's coming back in his
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this morning on "world news now," hillary clinton is staking her claim to the democratic nomination. >> she caps a historic night with an impassioned speech delivering message to her supporters as she pulls away from bernie sanders and focuses on donald trump who promises new attacks against both clintons. we're live with team coverage straight ahead. >> breaking news out of michigan. a pickup truck crashes into a group of cyclists and police receive a warning call from another driver just moments too late sflut twin twisters caught on camera. the huge tornadoes dancing around each other tearing up a field full of wind turbines. the frightening scene playing out as eyewitnesss share au of mother nature. >> meet the adorable bundle of joy born at 14 pounds and, of course, his brave mother who labored to bring the two for one
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sized little tyke into the world. and wait till you hear what he was supposed to be born. it's wednesday, june 8th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> i am feeling for that mother. 14 pounds? >> 14 pounds. >> lord. >> man, she pulled her back out. >> anytime that kid miss behaves, 14 pounds. do you have any idea. >> it took me three weeks in labor to get you out. >> i'm diane macedo. >> i'm kendis gibson. hillary clinton seems like she's been laboring for several years to try to get to this point but -- >> here she is. >> the daily news capturing it just simply with her. and also the "new york post" was relatively kind to her, as well with this one saying the first lady there. >> get it. >> first lady. >> first lady. >> and the twitter #i'm with her trending. > a lot of people are with her apparently this morning. >> all right.
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we begin with hillary clinton embracing that hick moment by staking the claim to the democratic nomination. >> so she addressed supporters in brooklyn last night as the first female presumptive nominee of a major party pulling off a resounding victory in new jersey get this, by more than 60% of the vote. >> the big prize delegate rich california clinton with a wide lead as the votes came in. last night's win are padding her delegate lead, as well pushing her well past the 2383 she needed. it's your voice, your vote. elizabeth hur has the latest from brooklyn where clinton declared victory. >> good morning, elizabeth. >> good morning to you. yes, it was here at the brooklyn neighbor yard where hillary clinton claimed victory speaking for about 30 minutes. first thanking her supporters then denouncing donald trump. calling him unfit to be president. history for hillary clinton. >> the first time in our
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nation's history that a woman will be a major party's nominee. >> reporter: this turning point in american politics comes exactly eight years after clinton had to concede the same nomination to barack obama. before her big event in brooklyn, she sat down for an exclusive one-on-one with david muir. >> do you think it's time for a pleating senator sanders? >> i look forward to talking to him personally because i think his campaign has been a really dynamic and exciting experience. >> reporter: clinton's night starred on a high note with a win in new jersey, but it's still not clear who take the night's biggest delegate prize, california. and clinton's rival bernie sanders vowing to keep his message alive. >> we're going to going intoing that convention with enormous momentum. >> reporter: as clinton pivots to the general election trying to win over sanders supporters, so is republican donald trump. >> to all of those bernie
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sanders voters who have been left out in the cold by a rigged system of super delegates, we welcome you with open arms. >> reporter: but the billionaire is also trying to contain the firestorm set off when he attacked a judge in that trump university lawsuit because of his mexican heritage. >> claiming a person can't do the job because of their race is like the textbook definition of a racist comment. >> reporter: well, in response, trump says republicans just need to get over that judge controversy and props an what he calls a major speech about the clintons on monday. hillary clinton in the meantime says she is getting back on the campaign trail hitting battleground states ohio and pennsylvania next week. kendis and diane, back to you. >> abc's elizabeth hur live in brooklyn for thus morning. thank. >> you let's take a look where both parties go from lear. deputy political director so shawna walsh is joining us right now. we know that president obama
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spoke with both bernie sanders and hillary clinton late last night. what sense are we getting from that conversation? >> yes, they both spoke but president obama congratulated hillary clinton on clinching the democratic nomination. and going forward, i think we're likely to see president obama on the campaign trail quite a lot. he's popular. and he's actually extremely popular for a second term sitting president. and you know, i mean, he seems iping to get out on the campaign trail. i think we're going to see it. >> shifting gears to the republicans, there's a lot of fallout over trump's comments about the judge. the daily news is taking it on in their cover. paul ryan isn't taking back his endorsement but pulling back from trump and con depping the comments. senator kirk rescinded his endorsement completely. so where does this take them especially with all the stress on party unity lately? >> i think that republican leaders and especially vulnerable senators are in a very tough spot. and i think that if donald trump
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continues to make outrageous and offensive comments, then you're going to see those vulnerable senators who are fighting for re-election possibly continuing to rescind that support. people like paul ryan are in a tough spot because they don't want to go back on hair endorsement but also don't want to disagree with the party's nominee every day. >> he's calling the republicans to defend him. will we see that? >> do you see that happening? >> i think if donald trump changes his tone, yes, there may be more party unity. but if he continue taz say comments that offend a broad part of the electorate, no, ryan is not going to be embracing him. >> he was on a teleprompter last night. >> that was a sign. >> more scripted. the next big step for both campaigns is the selection of a running mate. how soon could that happen? >> donald trump has said repeatedly he wants to do it at the convention. he wants the showbiz quality to the convention which is usual but he said that's when he's going to do it.
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hillary clinton i think it's likely will see around the convention next month. not too much longer to wait. >> any potentials being floated out there? >> we had newt gingrich and senator bob corker at the top of our short list but because of their recent condemnations of trump, they've moved down on our short list which is based on abc news reporting and analysis. chris christie the only republican to defend trump, we've moved him up. >> christie in the fantasy league from politics. >> the veeb steaks fantasy league. >> is when we care about the haven'tcy the most. the veepstakes. >> thank you so much for being here. it's great to talk to you as always. do stay with abc news for full political coverage throughout the morning. we're going to have more on your voice, your vote ahead on "america this morning" as well as later on on "good morning america." we want to move on now to a tragic story developing overnight from michigan. a group of cyclists fatally struck by a driver. prosecutors say a 50-year-old
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man was driving that damaged pickup truck when struck a group of nine riders from behind. at least five cyclists were killed. other four were seriously injured and are being treated at hospitals. police were seeking the truck driver after receiving reports of erratic driving moments before the incident. the driver fled the scene but is now in custody. no charges have been filed as yet. you might recall this incident from last october. a car crashing into a crowd at the oklahoma state university homecoming parade. four people were killed in that incident. an attorney for the driver says he will seek an insanity defense. she faces second degree murder, assault as well as battery charges when she goes on trial in january. and a maui woman is charged with murdering her twin sister by driving her off a cliff. prosecutors say alexandria duval intentionally veered her suv off a highway where it plunged 200 feet and killed her sister and
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stacia who was in the passenger seat. witnesses say they saw them fighting and pulling each other's hair inside the vehicle before it went off the road. alexandria appeared in a court where she was ordered held without bail. in new york, four corrections officers and their boss have been convicted of beating an inmate at rikers island, then covering up their actions. witnesses testified they had took jamaal lightfoot to at area with no surveillance cameras, then kicked him in the face with their boots so badly, both his eye socketed were fraud. they are facing up to 15 years in prison. >> parts of the southeast cleaning up after tropical storm colin. the water is slowly receding at this home park. about 30 residents were evacuated due to that flooding after the stuff dumped as many as 9 inches of rain flooding roads and causing outages. thunderstorms are in the forecast again today. and these surfers in north
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carolina took advantage of the waves that colin created in the atlantic. the storm by the way, is no longer a threat. it's now headed out to sea. they're enjoying it in the meantime. >> let's go clear across the country to ads. glendale to be specific. maybe some sand subbing. it's where the arizona cardinals stadium is and where the fee esesta bowl is held. >> this morning something different. this video is from a track camera. that is a family of ducks on the move. >> luckily for them, that trooper was on the scene. he basically guided them away from the road ultimately bringing them to safety. >> i guess you could say he was able to be able to get all those ducks in a row. >> i see where you're going with that. >> nailed it. >> boom. >> i'll be here all week. >> jack wrote that and he was so proud. >> i got you. >> clap on that. >> really slow clap.
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>> we can't even read -- verklempt. >> when we come back, we're going to show you more of this scary scene caught on camera. twin twisters here looming ominously over a wind turbine field. the storm chase kers paralyzed in fear of the intense scene. >> an extra special and extra large delivery for one family. made a baby big enough to be his own twin. >> remember you can always find us on facebook @wnnfans.com and on twitter. in a world that's trying to turn you into someone new...
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who doesn't like twins? well, not this type. check out this video from germany as twin twisters tore through a field of wind turbines. the two large tunnels spun for several minutes before moving on. amazing pictures and thankfully, we should mention no damage reports and no one injured. back here at home, growing anger at the california judge who snntsed a convicted rapist to six months in jail. the judge would have faced voters yesterday but it was canceled because he ran unopposed. now a petition demanding he be removed gained thousands of signatures. here's stephanie ramos. >> reporter: brock turner a top tier swimmer at stanford university found guilty of sexual assault. now the attention shifting to the judge in the case, aaron% ski. the former lacrosse captain criticized for sentencing turner to only six months in jail for three counts of sexual assault.
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>> i think there was some sense of entitlement the way in which they presented their case as though the victim liked it. >> reporter: the victim writing in her statement if i had been sexually assaulted by an unathletic guy from a community college, what would his sentence be? % ski ruled that a prison sentence would have a severe impact on brock and now there's an online petition to remove the elected standford alum judge from the bench. that petition gaining nearly 400,000 signatures in a day. >> he ignored a jury and in my mind ignored her. >> the pal oh alto judge is up for re-election. he's running unfoosed but he could still lose in november if there's a write-in candidate. as for brock turner, he withdrew from stanford university and will have to register as a sex offender for life. kendis and diane, back to you. >> stephanie, and the nfl says
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it is strengthening its cybersecurity measures after its twitter account was hacked. a fake tweet claimed commission ker ronl are goodell had died. he was fine golfing with jim kelly when it took place. the league says law enforcement is investigating. okay. oh congratulations i guess we should say that to a family in kansas welcoming a bouncing baby man. moses william hilton who came into this world weighing 14 pounds 14 pounces. >> that's about twice the size of an average newborn. mom had no idea he was going to be so large till after the c-section. >> they took him out, the nurse said it's a mini sumo wrestler. i said what? they showed me and i was like, that is a sumo wrestler. >> oh, man. look how big it pressured. >> little moses was born 11 days before his due date. he has two little sisters waiting for him to get home from the hospital. you wonder how big he would have been had he gone to term.
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>> i like we say two little sisters because they're smaller. and there must be something in the water because just a few days ago, the biggest baby in the world was born in india, 15 pounds. baby girl. >> 15 pounds. >> yeah. >> my cousin had a 14 pound kid. you saw a 22-pounder was born in italy once. >> maybe it's the biggest this year. >> my cousin had a 14 pounder. he's adorable. he's now eight years old and the size of a 15-year-old. in the nicu, it was so easy to identify him. you showed up at the nursery when they're laying in the bass nets. he was the size of the entire bed with all the other babies this big. we expected him to walk away and realized he's only a few days old. >> he had twin beds. >> he needed them. coming up, the brazen kidnapping at a mall outside philadelphia. the kidnapper caught on surveillance video stole a 7 week old infant from under his mother's nose. how she did it and what led
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police directly to her home. >> first the mustang versus the motorcycle. see the new road ranlen in colorado springs and the images used to catch both
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♪ take it easy, take it easy, don't let the sound of your own wheels drive you crazy ♪ >> and it's an appropriate theme for our next story. not really. social media helped police do some quick work in solving a wild road rage case. >> like many incidents these days, it was caught on camera. there time the images were used to catch both drivers. here's abc's clayton sandell. >> reporter: police in colorado springs say this youtube video helped them bust two drivers
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behaving badly. a mustang versus a motorcycle, sparking as it goes down. the rider okay. as mer heats an up, police warn more drivers are taking the low road. in tampa, this car revving and rolling right over two people on a motorcycle. >> we just got run over by a car. >> reporter: the driver charged with attempted murder. and in oklahoma this pickup truck ramming two teenagers off the highway. slamming their car into a guardrail. here in colorado, road rage complaints are way up. more than 74,000 calls to state patrol just last year. that is a record, an average of more than 200 every day. in this crash, police arrest add the mustang driver for assault. the motorcycle driver for harassment. they have not entered pleas. the police have a plea of their own, to not take matters into your own hands. clayton sandell, abc, denver. >> apparently the delivery driver who shot the video said the motorcycle driver told him the car tried to run his girlfriend off the road and that
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the first one is. >> tile for "the mix." the fish. trapped inside a fish. it's like fishception. check this out. >> what is that? >> this was taken by an australian marine photographer. he was filled with amazement. that fish somehow ended up inside the jellyfish. it's not clear if he was trying to eat the fish or not. it's actually the fish inside that's propelling them both forward. >> interesting. >> kind of a fight for survival of the fittest in a way. >> have you had stuffed octopus? it's really good. i can understand it. >> jellyfish theres it's really, really good, as well. >> keeping with the theme of like seafood i guess, okay, so
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there's a video that was posted first in 2012 but suddenly you know, the internets discovered it. and it's from north carolina. skywalk down to the beach here. this guy walked down to the beach and noticed what he thought was strange activity but it turns out it was like this massive clam feeding frenzy. clam angeddon is right. at first he thought they were dead but then a full cycle came and exposed they were opening up their mouths. >> i've never seen a clam eat before. >> i've never, as well. >> i'm usually the one doing the eating of the clam. >> then the sun came out and it turned into a clack bake. >> sounds delicious. >> sounds really good. >> speaking of delicious, most people love to eat chick. >> and most normal people. >> kendis is not a fan of chick. >> and not down with the bird. >> we've seen this lately where people take farm animals and try to portray them in a different light. cows playing with toys.
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people keep pets inside the house. now a new photographer is taking on the chicken. these are his mod did hes. he says they're beautiful and eat like birds. they are a real chicken. the whole point was to portray them like glamorous models of high fashions magazines. he says they're surprisingly patient and collaborative and that doing the project gave him newfound respect for the click. >> and they were delicious. >> he dedicated the project to you, kendis. >> thank you. so how does a golfer open a bottle of champagne? this is how. this is josh kelly. and he uses the wedge for the shot. boom. look at that. >> wow. >> that's a peb way. now, that. >> i'm guessing he's done that before. >> that's definitely a good way to start a tinder date. >> show that one off at the club. you might get a free bottle out of the deal. >> his
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this morning on "world news now," a turning point in this election season. hillary clinton having a historic night grabbing more delegates overnight. and planting her feet firmly as the democratic nominee and trying her best to shake off bernie sanders and taking aim at that guy, donald trump. >> an abc news exclusive. hillary clinton sits down with abc's david muir telling us where she goes from here and how she ultimately intends to get back to the white house. complete primary coverage ahead. and new this half hour, dramatic images of alleged excessive force. >> an officer seen tasing and handcuffing a suspect at a traffic stop is under fire for allegedly dragging the teen and dropping him on his face. the dashcam video captured the confrontation. >> and the bombshell on last night's episode of the bachelorette. by the time the dust settled,
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four guys were shown the door. but just wait until you hear who was among them. we're going to have a full wrap-up as the analyst joins us in "the skinny" on this wednesday, june 8th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> it was, oh, my god, it was like two days of just you know, edge of the seat. >> overwhelmed by the bachelor yet". >> jack needed last night off just to like take it all in. >> i didn't think i was going to make it. >> they ended on yet another cliffhanger. >> i can't take the cliffhangers. i need to know now. >> they have to wait two weeks for it. we're going to have the full analysis coming up a little bit later on. but we're going to get started, of course with, history. hillary clinton going where no other woman has gone before. declaring herself the democratic party's nominee. >> clinton claimed her place in history after a bruising battle with bernie sanders. she crushed sanders in new jersey.
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he got his first win of the night in north dakota but a lot of people focusing overnight on california. as soon as results started coming in clinton held a commanding lead in the golden state where 475 pledged dels were at stake. >> these wins pushing her well past the number of delegates that are needed to clij the nomination. abc's elizabeth hur has the latest. she's in brooklyn. good morning, elizabeth. >> reporter: good morning to you. and right off the bat, i have to tell you, hillary clinton addressed and thanked her supporters who i have to tell you, so many of them waited hours first outside then again inside the brooklyn navy yard here all to witness history. now, as far as clinton's victory speech is concerned, we should note here, it came exactly eight years to the day she conceded the race to then senator barack obama. now, fast forward to today. her current democratic challenger senator bernie sanders just made it clear in california that he is still in the race and clinton tonight took the time to commend and congratulate him.
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>> i want to congratulate senator sanders for the extraordinary campaign he has run. and the vigorous debate that we've had about how to raise incomes, reduce inequality, increase upward mobility have been very good for the democratic party and for america. >> reporter: and senator sanders is right now in santa monica, california, addressing his supporters. thanking them for being part of the political revolution and again, we understand he just made it clear he is not conceding tonight. reminding his supporters that there's another primary one more in d.c. next week. and he's asking them and he is vowing to fight till the end. kendis and diane. >> elizabeth, there's been a lot of talk about the president's endorsement. we know he spoke to both candidates last night. how does he fit into all of this? >> reporter: yeah, according to white house officials, we should
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actually note here, the president is scheduled to be in new york city later today. we understand there are two fund-raisers scheduled he will be attending. we are told this has been scheduled for a long while and at this time, the president, officials say, does not expect to see, meet or appear with hillary clinton when he is in town. that said, as you mentioned, of course, the very next obvious natural question was what about an endorsement now that we have hillary clinton who has claimed victory in this race here. well, as of yesterday afternoon, white house officials said that endorsement not happening just yet but we do understand president clinton did call both hillary clinton and senator sanders yesterday i should say laut yesterday to congratulate clinton and then to thank senator sanders and we understand sanders will be in d.c. on thursday to meet with the president. >> yeah. >> president obama making that late phone call to both of those candidates tonight.
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thank you, elizabeth. well, just before clinton took the stage last night she sat down for an exclusive interview with abc's david muir. >> she called her nomination a real milestone for our country and talked about a singular moment in history debating donald trump. abc's liz kreutz covers can the clinton campaign and has more on the exclusive interview. >> good morning, diane and kendis. it was a historic night at the brooklyn navy yard here in new york. hillary clinton officially celebrating becoming the first woman to clinch the nomination of any major presidential party. last night she reflected on what that means to her in an exclusive interview with our david muir. she said it's a milestone and will send a signal around the world. >> you have talks so often about the unfinished business not only in this country but around the word when it comes to women's rights. is having the first female american president part of that unfinished business? >> it is, david. and it is of course, symbolic. but symbols mean something.
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and symbols often can spark hope and action in people, particularly young people. and i think it will be a real milestone with my nomination for our country. but it will also send a signal around the world. >> reporter: clinton told david she is now focused on unite willing the democratic party. she said her campaign has already been in talks with the sanders campaign but she hopes to have a personal conversation with sanders soon. she also talks a lot about donald trump. said she's looking forward to debating him and that will be a "singular moment in american history." >> are you ready for that debate is taken against donald trump? >> i am so looking forward to it. i'll have a chance to make clear why i believe he is not qualified and temperamentally unfit to be president. >> reporter: in this interview is, clinton also declined to call trump a racist. she said she doesn't know what's in his heart. a big night here in brooklyn and it's really just the beginning.
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diane and kendis? >> liz kreutz, thanks for that. donald trump took a victory lap last night vowing to be america's champion. he won all five gop races taking his delegate count well beyond the required magic number of 1237. speaking from his new york golf club and using a teleprompter he attacked hillary clinton. he urged sanders supporters to back his campaign instead and tried to reassure republicans after a contentious week. >> you've given me the honor to lead the republican party to victory this fall. i understand the responsibility of carrying the mantle and i will never ever let you down. >> earlier trump released a statement saying his remarks about a judge's mexican heritage were misconstrued and said he did not feel a person's heritage makes them incapable of being impartial. house speaker paul ryan had blast trump calling his initial remarks a textbook definition of a racist comment. ryan did not pull his endorsement but republican senator mark kirk said he can no
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longer support trump. we continue to bring you the latest on the race for the white house. >> let's turn to other headlines right now and a developing story from michigan where a group of cyclists has been fatally you can have by a driver. prosecutors say a 50-year-old man was driving that truck you see there when it struck a group of nine riders from behind. at least five cyclists were killed, the other four seriously injured. police were seeking the truck after receiving reports of erratic driving moments before the incident. the driver is in custody. charges haven't been filed as of yet. >> the young man charged with killing nine penalty at a church will face trial in november. the ruling came as dylann roof appeared in court for the first time in months but he did not speak during the hearing. the federal trial will come roughly two months. before south carolina begins its own trial against him, as well. >> a south carolina surfer is minus his board thanks to a hangry shark. jack o'neal says he was padding out to a wave when he stopped
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short as they he had hit a rock. >> it turns out the shark was actually chomping down on his board. he says he was knocked into the water and quickly swam to shore. the pieces of his broken board washed up on the beach after that. some veteran surfers are now questioning o'neal saying his story smells fishy. but witnesses say they saw the whole thing go down. >> i'd say that his board provides a little bit of proof. >> maybe a little bit. coming up on the "skinny," the bombshell that dropped last night on the bachelorette". four guys eliminated. wait till you hear who was among them. our analyst is here with exclusive insight. >> what's with the blood. >> first here's a look at today's forecast. >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by vistaprint.
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>> told you. hands behind your back. >> this is newly released dashcam video showing a former missouri police officer dropping a teen driver on his face after he had already tased and handcuffed him during a traffic stop two years ago. doctors say the boy suffered cards yak arrest and some facial injuries and that he survived only because he was treated quickly. the officer has been sentenced to four years in federal prison for violating the teen's civil rights. turning to a kidnapping inside a busy mall outside philadelphia. the suspect stole a 7 week old infant right in front of the baby's mother. >> but that video released immediately after the child was taken led police to the suspect. abc's linzcy janice has the story. >> reporter: surveillance video shows exactly how this woman managed to steal a newborn baby. the suspect, 32-year-old cherie amoore, seen striking up a
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conversation with malika hunter, a mother with her toddler and 7-week-old baby boy at this philadelphia area mall. the two strangers walk through the mall talking. they sit down at the food court. after a while, amoore picks up the crying infant while the mother tends to her other child. with the baby still in her arms, amoore grabs her purse, throws away some trash. then she takes off out of sight in roughly ten seconds. other cameras catch her as she hurries up the stairs, two at a time, and into the parking lot. just hours later, the baby found safe at amoore's home. the suspect's own family calling police after seeing her in a security camera image. >> it's opened and closed as to what happened. what is not closed is why it happened. >> reporter: police say amoore told them she had recently given birth to a baby that died and she was overcome with emotion. she has pleaded not guilty to kidnapping charges. linzie janis, abc news, new
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york. >> sad story. police say the moment she answered the door she immediately said i took the baby and i'm sorry. >> she said she can't explain why she did it. she just did it. >> she said she never went to the mall with the intention of stealing a baby. >> they did put the mall on lockdown. there was an amber alert issued immediately afterwards. >> bail's been set at half a million dollars for cheries a moore. >> and why axl rose is taking on google. >> it was huge, right? >> announcer: "world news now" cont s
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♪ skinny, so skinny it is "skinny" time. time to finally get some details on what happened on "the bachelorette." >> so he wasn't with us this guy, monday night. so you're here now with the analysis. >> i hardly -- i didn't think i was going to make it to be honest. >> really. >> four hours of "the bachelorette" on monday and tuesday night. >> very subtle. >> terrible towel edition here. see why momentarily. let's just reset where we were. >> please. >> 17 guys started the episode last night. there was a rose ceremony pretty much straightaway.
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ali, christian and nick b., forget them. they're gone. we didn't know them anyway. 14 were left. they were off to the wilds of pennsylvania. roll that beautiful bachelorette footage. starts off a one-on-one date with jojo and luke. that was a sled dog ride. it looked like fun in the snow. but the real fun was had in a hot tub in the middle of the woods. where else would it be, of course. there was champagne, there were strawberries. you get the idea. this is a really good date. you get the idea that luke is going to be around for a while. he gets the rose. excuse me. the group date was why we had the terrible towel here because they were in heinz field in pittsburgh. we're going to play some football. you see big ben roethlisberger there. these guys worked out a little bit. no one was all that good at it to be quite honest. >> not even aaron rodgers' little brother? >> well, you know, he did okay. that's james taylor right there. he wound up cutting his head. so he got into it.
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he should have had a purple heart or something. >> he went back out onto the field though. >> he did. they wrapped him up and off he went. finally they played a game. it was a relatively closely contested or something. wound up being decided by an interception return for a touch down. speaking of jordan rodgers, he actually got the rose. >> he did? >> he's still very much in the thick of things. >> little brother is on to something. >> put it that way. >> bet he did. >> this whole episode was about the two-on-one date. alex versus chad, our guy ochocinco. >> chad. >> they went on a two-on-one date. of course, there's only one rose involved. so somebody's going home. alex and ochocinco didn't like each other through the whole season. the date was beak painted as a good verse the evil villain type of thing. came down to jojo's decision which of these two dudes was going to stick around. >> sounds like a tough one. >> jojo had a lot of time to
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think about the whole thing. she wound up at thing chad she doesn't think he's the person that he really says he is. >> oh. >> i don't think that the way that you behave and resort to violence is something that's acceptable. i don't want somebody that threatens other people who can't get along with other people and who thinks physical violence is the way to solve things. so with that said, alex, will you accept this rose? >> please, thank you. >> well, so much for ochocinco. >> bye, chad. >> he didn't take that too well. meanwhile back at where the guys were hanging out, these guys were -- there were great skeechbz celebration. these guys were partying like england just won the european championship. >> subtle. >> right? >> bring out the bubbly, the whole nine yards. everybody's like the game's on now. no doubt we'll have some of that. anyway, that's how the episode ended in essence.
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>> and then. >> chad comes back. >> there was. there was a little bit of cliff hanging there. you had some creepiness from ochocinco. >> hanging chad. >> knocking on the door. uh-oh. maybe it's going to get messy or maybe it won't. we'll see. bring the security guards in from l.a. 13 guys remain. there's no episode next week. so we're back. the next episode is monday, the 20th. on that note, i think the analyst is out. >> all right. >> thank you. >> thank you very much, sir. is this for us? >> yeah. it's a real rose, too. >> it's lovely. next taking political theater to a new level. >> meryl streep has more award nominations than any actor or actress in history. this may have been her toughest role yet. >> whoa, that's her? >> the three-time oscar winner donned a fat suit, toupee, and a face full of fake tan to transform herself into donald trump. >> it does appear she kind of nailed it right to donald's pursed lips and his braggadocio inflecked voice. >> it's all part after the
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of millions upon millions of those altered memes. >> now google has declined to comment on the case. i just did a google image search. it's number three. he's still there. >> all right. next in other heavy metal news, a rare peek inside ed force 1. >> forget about a fewer bus. for years this has been iron maiden's tour bus. boeing 747 named after the band's mascot eddie. as you can see, it is pimped inside and out with everything iron maiden right down to customized seat covers. >> but it gets better. >> the band's lead singer bruce dickinson is a licensed commercial pilot who flies the group around for their world tour. they've gone to 35 countries. >> amazing. and by the way, and the band doesn't actually own the $350 million plane. they lease it. and fans follow it all over. >> i wonder if when they return it, the company will continue to keep iron maiden's skull on the tail.
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making news in america this morning, declaring victory. hillary clinton claiming her place in history. acknowledging for the first time overnight that she's the presumptive nominee for president. >> thanks to you we reached a milestone. [ cheers and applause ] >> the former first lady triumphantly take the stage on an important primary note as bernie sanders vows to fight on. more tough talk from donald trump. the other presumptive nominee taking aim at his gop critics. >> they have to get over it. they shouldn't be so angry for so long. >> hello. >> his message to the republican party as he prepares for a big speech all about the clintons. breaking overnight, deadly hit-and-run involving a group of bicyclists. new details just coming in. caught on camera. a man accused of trying to

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