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tarmacs and runways, and the few jets taking off had to be de-iced more tonight, the nor'easter strikes. 4,000 flights canceled. that's why we see this dramatic the storm still slamming parts contrast. the air traffic last tuesday, versus today, looking like a hole in the sky. most airlines moved their jets of the coast. up to two feet of snow in some out of the storm's path. places. amer chain-reaction crashes. charlotte's airport look like a wind gusts up to 60 miles per parking lot for planes. hour, and tonight, tens of passengers across the country thousands are without power. hit by the disruption. now schools closed in some places again tomorrow. also developing tonight, the in detroit, austin, miami, and orlando, some passengers white house defends the plan to stranded. replace obamacare. because the flighthere all night and is asked, why the pushback >> repte on calling it trumpcare? tonight, the map re. the hardest. what some pay now, and what you three canceling would pay under the replacement. the eye-opinexample. as the nude photo scandal all flights there today. leaving some british newlyweds dreaming of their florida widens, the top marine in the honeymoon. >> now we're stuck here on our hot seat tonight. way to orlando. we can't get a flight out until the very candid answer, and you will see the the moment. tomorrow, now. and out of control >> hope florida gets here soon authorities investigating an suv for them and the honeymoon. the airlines saying they think they will be able to recover slams into a gas stiegs. quickly despite the thousands of
the explosion that follows. and the dad's children who cancellations? >> reporter: it's because they are starting to mov photobombed the tv interview. earlier than they expected back tonight, they are all invited. into position. they hope they ca getack up and sooner than they hoped. >> hopefully the flight to the good evening, and it's orlando for that couple. thanks to you tonight. great to have you with us here now to the other major on a tuesday night, and as we come on the air tonight, this headline at this hour. the white house defending the new plan to obamacare major nor'easter continues to despite the numbers from the churn, and the nor'easter and nonpartisan, congressional budget office. its strength from the two storms finding that 24 million more that combined. americans will be uninsured in 60 million americans in the ten years than would under past. and a dangerous mix of freezing obamacare. republicans and the white house rain and snow, making driving are well aware those numbers are treacherous. the high independence making it on the front pages of newspapers across the country. nearly impossible for drivers to see this image from wooster, detroit, boise, among others. what will you pay? massachusetts. and this frightening moment in a 64-year-old when mak boston. $26,000 a year, and what they spitting out on the bridge. nearly a quarter of a million would pay under the replacement. eat toniosing power, in the dark abc's cecilia vega from the white house.sidentaudi from virginia all the way up through new england, and we royalty. begin here are abc's matt gutman asked about that report cardn the republican plan to repeal and replace obamacare -- in hackettstown, new jersey >> cbo score, mr. president?
>> reporter:he president sat tonight. >> reporter: tonig major stone-faced. winter storm blasting the no comment. northeast with blizzard but his press secretary not conditions, ice and high winds. a dangerous mix of sleet and snow making roads especially treacherous. holding back, saying the ession authorities begging the 20 million americans in the budget ong before. tristate area to hunker down. >> very, very important that >> its attempts to estimate people stay in to the maximum extent possible while we ride out this storm. coverage have beenstorically faulty. >> reporter: a sloppy mix, and >> reporter: but the numbers are stark. even thundersnow, grinding new in 10 years, roughly 1 in 5 americans, 52 million people, would be uninsured. compare that to president trump's campaign promise of york to a halt. insurance for everyone. >> the storm in the new york city area is not as bad as >> i am going to take care of everybody. i don't care if it costs me anticipated. votes or not. everybody will be taken care problem is it is worse than much better than they are taken anticipated in other areas of care of the swearing the state. >> reporter: the snow dumping in. >> no one willt or end up down at 4 inches an hour in burh with anything else? >> when you say no one, i tnk new york. no one. >> repor agai you stand here today and sy those that tri to get out in poughkeepsie that the president will keep his needing a push or a tow. promis everybody? >> i think the prid insurance our adrienne bankert is in connecticut where plow drivers make insurance available to are struggling to keep up. everybat's when he intends to t. >> reporter: why not wait until the worst of this is over? justw >> reporter: the reality americ
to pile up? >> no, because you cant move it. it's compact and you literally moving 18 inches of snow. >> reporter: that system, now spike in their premiums, from $1,700 a year under obamacare, churning northwards. a motorist on zakim bridge in to nearly $15,000 under the gop. boston capturing this tractor tring. watch it swing across the traffic lanes. no one was hurt. a nearly $13,000 a year tragically, one teen losg her incrse. coleman thompson of nashville, fe tennessee, is nervous about what on a snow-covered new hampshire road. it's not just snow, but winds gusts of nearly 80 miles per hour whipping the massachusetts coastline. to come. even with tax this wind turbine snapped in $3 month.ing experience for my half. a driver rescued on this flooded wife and i. god forbid another catastrophic siatman we'll be street in connecticut. bankrupt. heavy and strong tides, >> reporter: the president also promised not to touch medicaid. inundating all along the jersey shore. beaches eroding. but the republican plan with his extending into pennsylvania name on it could make where some towns are now covered with more than a foot of snow, $880 billion in cuts to the program. and it was through that, that a democrats sounding the alarm. >> trumpcare would be a 23-month-old toddler was raced nightmare for the american for a heart transplant. people, causing tens of millions with the snowplow clearing the way, and a by the to lose coverage. national guard. >> that was just incredible to >> reporter: trumpcare? the white house says, not so see today. fast. >> the obama administration
matt gutman with us live, and now the freezing rain, and a didn't label it obamacare. night of plunging temperatures with thousands without power. they labeled it the aca, this is the american health care act, the president is proud of it. >> reporter: that's right. >> cecilia vega with us from the power outeniages from virginia new england. the snow, 18 inches deep here, white house. they are not willing to call it trumpcare. not yet. we did see sean spicer during and as our drone pulls out, the press briefing today refer we'll show you what the problee questions back to the s, and that wetness will ha paul ryan. make it be hard frozen tonight >> reporter: they are making it clear he is the architect of as temperatures plunge. this plan, and a single-digit windchill attempts, positive spin on the report that and authorities are urging people across the east to stay the white house spend the day u off the roads tonight, and tomorrow morning as well, david, costs for young people, and he calls it encouraging. that winter i't over. >> thanks, cecilia. next, this eeping, a matt gutman leading us off. significant change in how the the snow still pounding the u.s. targets coast in new england, and gio president trump authority to c benitez is outside boston from the south shore tonight. >> reporter: here in massachusetts, we have been strikes, reversing an obama getting slammed by this storm policy. the cia using its new strike all day long, and it's not over authority in syria last month to just yet. kill a son-in-law in osama bin we have seen wind gusts of about laden who was believed to be al
60 miles per hour. look at the waves behind me. qaeda's number two official. the snow and sleet now turning the cia would locate terrorists, into freezing rain. now officials here in massachusetts are urging people but turn to the military to launch air strikes. to provide transparency, and to stay off the roads and they say, accountability. boston, the city of boston, has next tonight, the marine's announced that schools will be top commander on capitol hill closed again tomorrow. facing tough questions about the so no doubt, david, this is nude photo scandal now widening. still a very dangerous storm. >> all right. commandant, robert neller gio benitez. offering responsibility and our thanks to you. candid answers among a grilling chief meteorologist, ginger zee erol hill. you will see the moment, and in new york square. here's abc's chief global affairs correspondent, martha you told us snow totals will raddatz. >> reporay, mmdant depend on the freezing rain general robert neller on capitol hill facscandal rocking the mar line, and it will make for treacherous driving yet again. >> reporter: exactly, david. we straddled that line here in corps head on. >> we all have to itcomm to get rid of this perversion to our culture. enough is enough. new york city. >> reporter: the outrage growing after the discovery of hundreds other coastal kmucommunities in marines, originally linked to a sloppy mess, and my taxi got stuck getting out of here. facebook page called "marines we have warnings. united." but even as some of those women on tonight still, coastal new hampshire and maine, and the are speaking out, the photos are blizzard warnings, and that means the wind combined with the precipitation. popping up on other pages. you can see it right there. snow, the mixing line in pink, >> do you agree with me this is and the green where it's one of the darkest moments and
transferred over especially at it needs to fix? the cape. as it pulls off to the north and >> yes, senator. east, heavy snow bands wrap >> reporter: today the nation's top marine is vowing to prosecute those responsible. but that promise falling short for some senators demanding around, and new england might see 6 to 12 inches of snow. very windy and cold behind . nts.t acti accountabily h it stretch to gainesville >> who is being held accountable and even jacksonville. for doing nothing since 2013? who? >> another 6 to 12 inch, you which commander? said. ginger, thank you. while we were on the air i am very concerned that this is here last night it was chicago part of a culture that is in the cross hairs of a wind resulting in the high levels of sexual assault. >> reporter: senator that formed. kirsten gillibrand pointing to the problem of sexual assault of now second night, and female marines, the highest rate lake-effect churn overnight. of any branch in the military. damaging 35 cars, sending 7 >> this is a problem with our people to the hospital. culture. i don't have a good answer for today, that second round, winds you. i'm not going to sit here and duck around this thing. i'm not. causing whiteout conditions, and that's a lame answer, but ma'am, creating problems for commuters. that's all -- that's the best i not just the roads, but air can tell you right now. we've got to change, and that's travel, too. on me. some 6,000 flights canceled today, most in the east, but >> and martha raddatz with us triggering disruptions from coast to coast tonight. in fact, take a look at this. liverom washington, and you
this is the air traffic in the are saying this is far from over, and dozens of female northeast, and the early hours marines call into a hot line? >> reporter: that's right, that of last tuesday. now the same view this morning, tip line getting calls from a much em teer sky, and abc's marines and others sharing information that might help in david kerley on how long it could take to get the system and idme of the abusers. general neller some passengers back up and running again. 500 members accessed those photos. >>r: an unusual sight there have been a few victims today -- coming forward, which the marine a jetliner landing on a snowy runway, in the northeast.oston, airports looking like ghy gates corpss is urging them to do. >> martha, our thanks to you. there is much more ahead on "world news tonight" this tuesday. the american working for the u.n. abducted overseas. the effort to get him back tonight. also, authorities investigating how this happened. the suv driver out of control here. slamming into this gas station. you saw the explosion. investigators believe a series of events led to that moment. also, the new headline tonight about the creator of a popular children's tv series. what he has now revealed. and back. the dad who became an internet sensation. the kids who photobombed his big tv interview.
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else's babies. the comment embraced by former kkk grand wizard david duke, tweeting "god bless steve king." but from some republicans, disbelief. congressman justin amash saying "i'm an american no less than you are. am i 'somebody else's' baby because my parents are immigrants?" king is being pressed to explain himself. >> i meant exactly what i said. >> can eget agreement on that? >> if you are going to down the road a few generations or maybe centuries with the inner marriage, i would like to see an america that is just so ho among nis, we look a lot the same from that perspective. >> reporter: he is taking it further. talking about the time white wills become the minority. >> iill brikt that hispanics. >> reporter: tweeting, make western civilization great again. >> let's get to mary bruce live on capitol hill, and house democrats say he should be punished for his statements? >> reporter: david, democratic leader, nancy pelosi, and demanding, trip him of his
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finally tonight here, no need to photobomb their dad. they were invited this time. here's abc's steve osunsami. >> reporter: there's not a parent tonight in the modern world who couldn't sympathize with professor robert e. kelley, >> i would argue this is a trial of democracy. >> reporter: you root for the guy when he tries to keep it together when his kid steals the show. he is broadcasting life by skype from his home office in south korea to the studios in london talking about korean politics, and the children want to have a parade. >> reporter: there's mom trying to rush them away from the camera. >> my apologies. >> reporter: the family was live
on the bbc again today. >> this is my daughter. >> reporter: sharing that it wasn't so fun at the time. >> we were worried. a little bit more. >> we were worried the bbc would never call us again, that was our first response actually. >> reporter: fans are cheering him on. he has nothing to worry about. >> that's what got them invited back. thanks to steve osunsami for that family and the entertainment. i'm david mu
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