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good morning, america. this morning, he said/he said. president trump now responding to his fired fbi director james comey's testimony on capitol hill. >> no collusion. no obstruction. he's a leaker. >> trump denying he asked for loyalty and saying he's ready to tell all. >> would you be willing to speak under oath to give your version of these events? >> 100%. >> plus, when he says we'll know more about any secret tapes of their conversation. highway standoff. the harrowing scene. s.w.a.t. teams surround an 18-wheeler following a high-speed chase. a car incinerated during the chain of accidents. how the driver was finally caught and what we're learning about him this morning. caught on camera, look at this balloon accident. high winds sending this hot air balloon out of control.
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the pilot left dangling. >> he's hanging out. >> oh, my god. >> eyewitnesses stunned as the pilot falls out. one of the passengers stuck inside now speaking out to us. and cavs' comeback. >> cleveland is still alive. >> cleveland taking game four of the nba playoffs stopping a warriors sweep in a battle turning tense. >> jawing at each other. >> lebron setting a new record and pulling off this incredible alley-oop. >> pass to himself. >> the stage now set for a game five showdown. hey, good morning. and here was the scene on the court overnight. a simultaneously subdued yet highly coordinated celebration for lebron james and the cleveland cavaliers doing their customized handshakes there. >> we do something similar. >> a lot less graceful.
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>> more chest bumping. they won game four bringing it to 3-1. they know they've got a steep hill to climb if they want to overtake the warriors. much more from the arena in cleveland coming up but down 3-1 they've been in this position before. >> series goes back to california now. we start here, though, with the intensifying battle between the president of the united states and the man that he fired as head of the fbi. >> president trump speaking out for the first time since james comey testified before congress refuting some of comey's central claims about their private conversations and telling our jon karl that he is willing to testify under oath. >> the president giving cryptic answers, however, to repeated questions about whether he taped conversations in the oval office saying he will let us know soon. >> meantime, sources tell abc news the president's legal team is firing back filing a complaint with the justice department asking for an inquiry into comey for leaking details and memos of those private conversations. abc's mary bruce is in bedminster, new jersey, where the president is spending the weekend. mary, good morning to you.
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>> reporter: hi, good morning. well, the president is now on the offensive firing back at james comey saying he lied about their interactions during his sworn testimony before congress and now the president says he's willing to go under oath to prove it. this morning, it's his word -- >> those were lies, plain and simple. >> reporter: versus his word. >> some of the things that he said just weren't true. >> reporter: in his first remarks since james comey's stunning testimony, president trump declared vindication. >> no collusion, no obstruction. he's a leaker. >> reporter: the president embracing some of comey's accounts and flatly rejects others like comey's rekz election of their february meeting in the oval office where comey says the president told him to let go of the investigation into fired national security adviser michael flynn. >> i took it as a direction. >> right. >> i mean, this is the president of the united states with me alone saying i hope this -- i took it as this is what he wants me to do. now, i didn't obey that but
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that's the way i took it. >> reporter: but in a heated exchange with jonathan karl trump says it never happened. >> i didn't say that. >> so he lied about that. >> well, i didn't say that. i mean i will tell you i didn't say that. >> reporter: the president also denies asking comey for his loyalty. >> i hardly know the man. i'm not going to say i want you to pledge allegiance. who would do that? who would ask a man to pledge allegiance under oath? think of it, i hardly know the man. it doesn't make sense. no, i didn't say that and i didn't say the other. >> would you be willing to speak under oath to give your version of these events? >> 100%. >> reporter: so who really said what? the answers could be on tape. >> and you seem to be hinting that there are recordings of those conversations? >> i'm not hinting anything. i'll tell you about it over a very short period of time. >> when is that? >> okay. okay. do you have a question here? >> when will you tell us about the -- >> over a fairly short period of time. >> tomorrow? now? are there tapes, sir? >> you're going to be very disappointed when you hear the answer. don't worry. >> reporter: and this morning, we still don't know if those tapes exist.
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the president there punting on any firm response. but if there are tapes, the house intelligence committee has given the white house two weeks to turn them over. dan and paula. >> everybody wants to see those tapes if they do, indeed, exist. mary bruce, thanks for your reporting this morning. we want to bring in conservative commentator, tara setmayer and kate shaw, a former obama white house lawyer. thanks so much for joining us. tara, you hear he will testify under oath. what are you thinking? >> that was probably not what was advised to him by staff or his legal counsel. you never want to put your client -- i'm not a lawyer but i've been in politics long enough and seen investigations, i lived through the clinton era, and i was a comms director on capitol hill. you never want to put your member or the principal in that situation. but we all know that donald trump is notoriously litigious and he's been through this process more than once as far as testifying and giving
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a deposition but he's also been notoriously untruthful about things and i think that puts him into some jeopardy and if we actually see him do this voluntarily, i'll be shocked. he may now though be compelled to do so because you have a special counsel and he can subpoena the president of the united states if he needs to and he just -- and the president just put himself in a situation where that may happen. >> i just want to follow up with kate because -- by saying that, did the president up the odds that he'll be asked to testify under oath, and if he does testify, what are the risks? >> well, he certainly does seem to invite some very quick requests sort of to follow on. you know, i agree his lawyers are probably going to do everything within their power to resist any request to have the president testify under oath. and i do think a whole sort of universe of new legal risks are opened up. you have the possibility not just of obstruction of justice but also perjury. remember when bill clinton was impeached by the house, of course, acquitted in the senate but the two charges for which he was impeached, obstruction of
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justice and perjury so when you go under oath you don't know what questions you'll be asked and perjury becomes a real possibility. >> talk about james comey, the president is hitting him calling him a leaker because he did leak moment mes of private conversations. did he do anything illegal? >> you know, government officials using the press to get their version of the facts out is kind of a tale as old as time and i would say it's not unlawful. so long as there's nothing classified, no defense secrets are being divulged, you can call it unethical or distasteful but unlawful i think is a real stretch now. it's possible there were fbi protocols that were violated and so, you know, the inspector general could look at that but unlawful seems like a real stretch to me. >> tara, we've got a few seconds left. nearly 40% of the country still strongly supportive of this president. despite all of these swirling controversies, as a conservative how do you think these folks are viewing all of this news? >> well, i think the president and his surrogates have done a good job of constantly throwing out fake news, fake news any
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time there's legitimate criticism so it muddies the water and people don't know what to do. president trump is playing the victim constantly, the media is out to get me. i've done nothing wrong. and he projects on to other people what he's actually doing. so right now what you're looking at is really a crisis of credibility. do you believe the 30-year impeccable record of james comey who testified under oath, or do you believe the president of the united states who we have caught more than one time not being truthful about things from the size of the crowds at his rallies to what his charitable foundation has done, so i think when that is presented in that respect, side by side, i think you're going to find that more people will probably go with the fbi director who has proof, has a record and has done so under oath. >> right. >> what conservatives choose to do and what republicans choose to do, you see them circling the wagons but becomes more difficult when the president continues to tweet and say things that he -- and behaved the way he's behaved. it makes it a little more problematic.
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>> right now the base holding strong. tara and kate, thank you very much for your analysis on a saturday morning. we appreciate it. >> our pleasure. >> thank you. we want to turn to the nba finals and cleveland cavaliers staving off elimination winning game four sending the series back to sunny california. and abc's t.j. holmes who has been covering the finals, he consider this is a very tough assignment he has the highlights now from cleefrd. hey, t.j. >> hey, good morning, gang. look, nobody wanted to take this assignment. so, hey, somebody's got to do it but last night, did you see this, after one quarter the cavaliers were on pace to score 200 points in that game last night. they weren't just hot, they were the hottest we've ever seen in nba finals history. that's what it took to beat the warriors so we saw a lot of scoring but we also saw a little bit of pushing, a little shoving and a little jawing last night. >> cleveland is still alive. >> reporter: it ain't over yet. >> as golden state's quest for playoff perfection comes to an end tonight. >> reporter: lebron james and the cleveland cavaliers denied the golden state warriors a chance at wrapping up a
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championship and a perfect playoff record friday night. >> curry hits the three-pointer. >> reporter: between kyrie irving's 40 points and lebron james' alley-oop to himself. >> a pass to himself. he throws it down. he went up in the air and had nowhere to go. >> reporter: the cavs had plenty of highlights in what was a chippy, testy -- >> a hard foul by draymond green. >> reporter: -- in your face kind of contest. gloria a rugby scrum has broken out. >> reporter: for the cavs it was simple, win or the season is over. they came out firing, 49 points in the first quarter, 86 in the half. both nba finals records. they also set the record for three-pointers made in an nba playoff game. >> corner three. >> reporter: and lebron james set the record for the most triple-doubles in nba finals history. >> when you're down 3-0 and you're fighting and you're trying to get a win, you know, you do whatever it takes. >> reporter: the cavs and warriors got in each other's
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faces throughout the game. >> james and durant jawing at each other. >> reporter: including this chat between lebron and kevin durant which resulted in both getting technical fouls. >> durant drives. >> reporter: durant again lit up the cavaliers with 35 points. but stephen curry was a little off his game and finished with just 14 points. 1234r scoop layup. >> it was one of those nights where we just didn't have anything clicking. >> cleveland is a city of champions once again. >> reporter: with memories of last year's comeback lingering, the series is now headed back to golden state. >> one game and it's going to be even tougher in game five but we look forward to the challenge. >> reporter: so it seemed impossible, right? they were down 3-0. no team in nba playoff history has ever come back from that but now, guys, look at this bigger picture. they're down 3-1. the exact spot they were last year when they came back and won the championship and the popular refrain here even when they were down 3-0 has been cavs in seven so they were chanting that pretty loudly last night at the
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"q." >> i think t.j. would like toens witness three more games. t.j., we're pulling for you so you can cover the series a little longer. thanks. you can watch game five monday at 9:00 eastern right here on abc. we are going to turn now, though, to a terrifying scene on a highway in texas. police chasing a speeding 18-wheeler. >> the truck ramming several cars before smashing into a barrier and setting off a fire. abc's erielle reshef has the very latest. >> reporter: a harrowing scene on a texas highway at the height of the noon rush hour. police trying to stop a semi they say was swerving and speeding. >> he continued at a high rate of speed. >> reporter: the driver in the rig luis cano olivas leading police on a wild chase slamming into several vehicles before coming to a screeching halt. >> our s.w.a.t. team is trying to make contact with the people that are inside of the trailer. >> reporter: the man behind the wheel of this incinerated car
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managed to kick out his window, escaping with nonlife-threatening injuries traffic backed up for miles along i-30 in arlington. >> but this is in no way even over. >> reporter: dozens of drivers lining the highway as officers crouched with their guns drawn. after a nearly three-hour standoff, police coaxing olivas out of the cab. >> our s.w.a.t. team along with ft. worth s.w.a.t. team, we worked together and moving in and we were able to apprehend a single occupant of the semi trailer, and he is in custody right now. >> reporter: some of the lanes of that highway were closed for eight hours. the driver of the semi is out of the hospital and in jail. he is now facing charges of evading police and assault with a deadly weapon. police still don't know why he led them on that dangerous pursuit. >> wild scene, though, erielle. >> really crazy. it has been a week of intense testimony in the bill cosby sexual assault trial. on monday he's going to get his chance to present his defense.
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>> but what are the real chances he will take the stand? abc's linsey davis who has been at the courthouse all week has the story. >> reporter: just before prosecutors rested their sexual assault case against bill cosby, they attempted to use the comedian's own words against him. jurors heard from this 2006 deposition where cosby admitted that back in the 1970s, he was prepared to give women prescription narcotic drugs prior to sexual encounters. was it in your mind that you were going to use these quaalude force young women you wanted to have sex with, yes, he said. but in that same deposition, cosby denied giving hem to former temple employee andrea constand who claims he drugged then sexually assaulted her at his home in 2004. he says the encounter was consensual and the pills he gave her were benadryl so she could relax. >> cosby's entire defense is that he was in a romantic relationship with constand and that what happened on that night was consensual. he has to convince 12 jurors that constand, one, was not in
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any way incapacitated and that, two, she consented to the sexual activity that took place that night. >> reporter: in a deposition, cosby recounted a conversation with constand's mother who was furious. i apologized to this woman, but my apology was, my god, i'm in trouble saying he was afraid she thought of him as a dirty old man. on monday, the defense will start making its case. >> bill cosby cannot testify under any circumstances. he would be cross-examined in a way that would probably destroy his credibility. >> reporter: at some point next week cosby's wife of 53 years camille cosby is expected to show her support and show up at court. linsey davis, abc news, norristown, pennsylvania. >> our thanks to linsey for that reporting. an incredible story. we will continue to follow. a lot of other news and as always we kick it over to dr. ron claiborne. good morning, sir. >> hey. >> good morning, doctor. >> good morning. just out of surgery and here on to the set. good morning, everyone. we're going to begin in london where overnight a 28-year-old
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man was arrested in connection with the london bridge terror investigation. now we're also seeing the first images of the weapons used in those attacks. police recovering three 12-inch knives with pink blades. investigators also revealing they found multiple gas bombs in the back of the van that was used to plow into the crowd on that bridge. six other men remain in police custody in connection with that attack. in minnesota, a police officer charged in a fatal shooting during a traffic stop last summer took the stand on friday telling a court that he pulled the trigger because he thought he was going to die saying, quote, i was scared to death. officer jeronimo yanez is charged with manslaughter in the death of 32-year-old philando castile who admitted to the officer that he had a gun in his car. television host bill maher made his return to tv friday night, exactly one week after coming under fire for using a racial slur. maher saying, quote, i did a bad thing. >> it wasn't said in malice. it wasn't -- if it brought back pain to people -- >> right. >> then i -- that's why apologize freely and i reiterate
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it tonight. >> and later in the show maher's guest ice cube called what maher said a mistake, a teachable moment for all. the new york state attorney general's office says it's investigating the eric trump foundation for possible misappropriation of donations. a new report from "forbes" magazine sparked the investigation which is looking into allegations that the charity overcharged donors for use of trump properties then redonated some of that money to trump-friendly charities. take a look at this. fiery crash in southern florida. a tractor trailer carrying an airport luggage carousel was exploding on interstate 75. police saying the truck hit the guardrail causing the fuel tavpg to rupture and explode. the driver in critical condition with burns to 40% of his body. finally one atlanta braves fan found out the hard way never challenge the freeze. check this out. fans have been competing in a competition where they're given a 200-foot head start against a masked sprinter.
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you see him there. this guy almost won. >> oh, no. >> he celebrated prematurely. it cost him. looking over his shoulder there. dugout there, the players having a laugh. his team, however, look at that. >> what! >> you'll remember the old satchel paige saying, never look back because you don't know what is going to be gaining on you. this guy could have learned a lesson. >> how much of a start are they given? >> 200 feet. >> that's incredible. >> that's incredible. >> he's fast. >> you could beat him. >> oh, absolutely. >> yeah. >> you are lightning mcqueen. >> lightning quick. >> he was the freeze.check it o, this inflow has winds cooking 80 miles per hour and down the road in rugby, 100-mile an hour wind gusts. a little bit of damage with trees down there, but certainly about video. we have heat building across the plains here, thunderstorms maybe across the minnesota today, but temperatures in the 90s today
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and tomorrow and to monday we'll see record fall across the northeast. a first full-on heat wave acoming. that's a look at the national, here's the local forecast. >> reporter: good morning, even e -- everyone, i'm meteorologist chris sowers with this accuweather update. let's get you outside and show you the view as we go live on sky6 live hd looking at the commodore barry bridge, a couple of clouds this morning, light breezes, comfortable temperatures. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, warmer today, not bad, 80 and sun. monday and tuesday, the humidity pours in 95 and 96. favorite. >> you got it. just 15 minutes away. >> thanks, rob. >> looking forward to it. >> hi, adrienne. >> hi. >> you know what, okay.
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talking about the weather, yeah, exactly, well, this story is getting a lot of us talking. a young soccer player is getting big support from her team. they claimed that they were disqualified from a semifinals game in nebraska last weekend because 8-year-old mili hernandez looked like a boy. the tournament's director saying the team was disqualified but because of allegations of player sharing and incorrect paperwork, not because of her appearance but her teammates are showing their solidarity and they're also getting a lot of support from some top players. a soccer team taking a stand on and off the field. >> for mili. >> girl power. >> this is for mili. >> reporter: 8-year-old mili hernandez and her entire team disqualified from a tournament. >> my brother, he said, it's only because the looks, like when they look at me, they think i'm a boy but i'm really not. >> reporter: in a remarkable show of unity, mili's teammates lined thumb week to get their hair chopped off. >> everybody cut their hair for
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me. >> reporter: mili is receiving support throughout the soccer world. olympic gold medalist abby wambach sending her this message. >> you can do anything you want to do, and you can be anything you want to be. and guess what, you can look like whatever you need to look like to do it. >> reporter: some of mili's teammates cutting off more than 12 inches. >> when i woke up i was like, all this is going to be gone today. >> it's going to be weird. i used to see them when their hair was long, but it's going to be short. >> well, no matter what the reason was the team was disqualified. there's no denying the team's spirit but again, this tournament director claims it has nothing to do with the way she looked. in fact, he hadn't even seen the girl and that he has grandkids. he would not want this to happen to them but he had to abide by those rules and, again, player sharing allegations. >> great teammates, though. >> certainly hope it had nothing to do with that. appreciate it. coming up on "gma" on this saturday morning, take a look at this video of a midair collision between hot air balloons. how this happened and
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how the passenger survived even though the pilot fell out of one of the balloons. plus, proud grandparents. what george and amal clooney's mothers are saying about the family's new bundles of joy. do you think that they're good-looking babies. they've got to be, right? >> odds are high. >> odds are very high. we're right back. "good morning america" is brought to you by atlantis paradise island bahamas. visit now. petsmart charities and blue buffalo
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>> a pleasant good morning to you, 8:27 a.m., sky6 live hd in center city arc heat wave is coming, it won't start until tomorrow, summer is not here, but it will feel like really soon. i'm gray hall let's get you over to chris sowers for a look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. heat wave, criminals.
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>> reporter: chris. here it comes, 87 today. sunday it begins, 94, sunny, hot a little more humid, monday and tuesday, record heat possible 95, 96, both days a ton of humidity. very uncomfortable. wednesday, 83. thursday, nice and comfortable, 78. gray. >> thank you for the update. "action news" continues in about 30 minutes. i'm gray hall, stay tuned for more "good morning america." make it a great day.
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welcome back to "gma" on a saturday morning. happening right now firing back, president trump responding to former fbi director james comey after his fiery testimony on capitol hill. is the president gearing up for his own moment of truth? the president tells our jon karl he would be willing to speak under oath about his side in the now famous conversation between him and his former fbi director. >> that would be very interesting if he did testify. also right now health warning for you and your children. tyson foods recalling nearly 2.5 million pounds of its ready to eat breaded chicken products. the federal food safety and inspection services says the products could contain undeclared allergens. they were packaged between august 2016 and january 2017. and show me the money. powerball fever, it is back. tonight is the big drawing. 435 million bucks and counting.
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it is one of the top ten biggest drawings. your chances of winning are 1 in 292 million. >> i like those odds. >> it doesn't buy happiness, okay. it doesn't buy happiness. >> all it takes is one. >> you could get struck by lightning sooner than -- >> you could probably get struck by lightning six times. coming up on the show this morning, how george and amal clooney are settling into their new role as parents of twins. the proud grandmas spilling some secrets this morning. i'll point out that one of the babies is named alexander and as the father of an alexander, i salute them. >> fine name. >> fine name. >> strong name. >> senatorial even. but first here's some really scary moments at a festival featuring hot air balloons. >> strong winds caused midair collisions leaving one of these balloons without a pilot. abc's eva pilgrim joins us with the dramatic video. good morning. >> good morning. talk about a close call. what was supposed to be a fun ride in a hot air balloon blown off course.
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the pilot knocked out of the basket. the two passengers left to figure it out for themselves. chaos at a central illinois festival. >> oh, no. >> reporter: a sudden gust of wind causing one balloon to lift up sending it crashing into two others. the basket tipping, one person dangling out. >> he's hanging out. oh, my god. >> no. >> oh, my god. he's hanging. please, please, please. >> reporter: eventually he's safely makes it on the ground >> i hope he's not the one who runs it. >> reporter: but that man was the pilot left inside the basket, his two passengers now alone. neither knew how to operate a balloon. >> i was kind of scared. i thought i was gone. i was kind of praying. >> reporter: you can see the wind in control. bruce sanders trapped inside that gondola drifting for a minute and a half. >> i grabbed the rope and it just came down real hard right on top of me. >> he's coming down. he's coming down. >> the balloon fell on me and i
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rolled 15 times on the ground. >> reporter: sanders knocked out during the planned landing taken to the hospital. the other passenger able to walk away despite the wild ride. this just the latest hot air balloon scare. former nfl wide receiver donte' stallworth survived a close call four years ago leaving him and a friend badly burned. >> by the time i realized that we were going to hit the power line, it was too late. >> and get this, one of the men who survived this most recent illinois incident bruce sanders says he actually may try a balloon again. just going to make sure there's no wind. >> the trick is get right back on the horse. >> i don't know that i would go back up. >> i would never get on the horse in the first place. >> but that's the horse analogy. that's not necessarily for hot air balloons. >> that's true. stop holding me accountable, paula. >> sorry. here's the debut of the beach
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forecast on this saturday, 70 and 80 will make you go to the beach. 50 for water temperatures off cape cod. that's fit for seals and sharks. give it a week or two to warm up. 60s and 70s across south beach. a little bit more inviting as as far as water temperatures go there. gusty winds in wisconsin and large hail, too. windy conditions out west, fire dangers cranking up winds gusting to 40 miles per hour at times. that's a check on what's going on nationally. here's the local forecast. >> reporter: good morning everyone, i'm meteorologist chris sowers with this accuweather update. we're clear in philadelphia area. a couple of showers in the lehigh valley and the poconos this morning. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, partly sunny today and warmer high of 87. heat wave begins tomorrow, 94.
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we're into it monday arena tuesday. abc's summer of service campaign. check this out, a truckload of 40,000 books was dropped off yesterday at a public school in brooklyn where they'll be distributed today to educators, kids and families throughout. first book, the summer of service campaign which aims to inspire us all to create the future that we imagine through volunteerism and service. this summer you can be inspired by the power of helping others too. if you need inspiration, well, just go to plus, kid, listen up to this. you can apply for a $500 grant, that's free money, two of my favorite things, to make a difference in your community. so, that money goes to help your community. a great thing that disney is doing. >> free money. >> yeah. >> thank you. >> free money. >> thank you, robert. >> get on it, guys. >> thanks for the beach ball forecast. >> we'll get the props out.
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liz is on vacation so maybe next weekend we'll get the beach balls actually in the studio. >> that's always fun. >> liz does the props. coming up on "gma," the clooneys as parents and their double bundles of joy. the two grandmas now revealing how the new family is doing. then if you think you like your fidget spinner wait till you see how obsessed this dog is that's coming up in "pop news." up in "pop news." i try hard to get a great shape. this i can do, easily. benefiber® healthy shape is a clear, taste-free, 100% natural daily fiber...
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all with a 2-year agreement. switch now at one of the world's most glamorous and famous couples now on diaper duty. >> george and amal clooney are adjusting to becoming parents of twins, and they're already getting high marks from the grandparents and abc's marci gonzalez joins us from our l.a. bureau with more. good morning to you, marci. >> reporter: hi, paula and dan. yeah, in typical grandparent fashion, they are gushing, not just about the babies but about how great george and amal are shaping up to be at this whole parenting thing. from hollywood's most eligible bachelor to doting husband and now george clooney is settling into a new role, father of twins. clooney and wife amal welcomed daughter ella and son alexander tuesday morning in the uk. amal's mother giving a first glimpse into how things are going in an interview with
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"people" magazine. >> it's as if in her words they have been parents this entire time. they are immediately taking to it and seem to be doing well. >> reporter: the couple, though, put it differently, saying in a statement soon after the births, george is sedated and should recover in a few days. a fitting joke about the 56-year-old first time dad who in a 1996 interview with "entertainment tonight" said this day may never come. >> i don't have any biological clock ticking. i don't have any interest in having children at all. >> reporter: and now celebrity friends are celebrating his change of heart. >> congratulations. he doesn't need -- he'll figure it out. he'll be a great father. >> reporter: he's going to need some sleeping pills. >> reporter: keeping their parents up all night while keeping the world in suspense, but while there are no photos yet of the twins, we are getting some hints. >> george's mother saying that she felt like the boy alexander has george's nose and his cute little profile.
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>> and george's dad says that the babies are stunning and absolutely beautiful. shocking. right, guys? >> yes. >> i was so surprised to hear that, marci. >> good dna. 56-year-old first-time dad good for him. hope that sedation wears off soon. >> younger than mick jagger. >> mick jagger? what age did he have kids? >> that wasn't his first. >> what are you doing on this side of the table? >> ron. >> i came to say hi. >> hi. >> all right. >> thank you. >> this is how it goes on a saturday morning. coming up on "gma," stop the scrambling, we have some great gift ideas for father's day. when is father's day? >> next sunday. >> next sunday. your body was made for better things than rheumatoid arthritis. before you and your rheumatologist move to another treatment, ask if xeljanz is right for you. xeljanz is a small pill for adults with moderate to severe ra for whom methotrexate did not work well. xeljanz can reduce joint pain and swelling in as little as
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father's day is sneaking up on us, everybody. it's next weekend. if you're scrambling for a gift don't sweat it. abc news lifestyle editor genevieve shaw brown is here with three ideas for all different dads. i'm intoxicated by these smells. what about a dad with a way to his heart through his stomach? >> all you have to do is go to gold bely, online one-stop shop from the best restaurants all over the country. so we've got bagels and lox from new york. doughnuts from doughnut planet. key lime pie from key west. you get the idea. order by friday for weekend delivery. >> ron has already put dibs on this, this bagel right here so i won't touch it. what about the dad who is so busy but he never takes time for himself. >> so, if dad lost his mojo we're going to help him get it back this father's day. go to shortcut. it's available in new york, l.a. and miami. you download the app. a barber will come to dad no matter where it is 8:00 a.m. through midnight on the ball fields, at the office or at home. >> that's incredible.
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so what about for the fashion conscious dad? there's lots of those out there. >> there sure is and when you think of matching outfits, you think of moms and daughters. why should we have all the fun. so lots of companies doing matching swimsuits more dads and boys. in time for summer. my favorite is tom & teddy. adorable from toddlers to the most massive of men. free shipping if you order by monday. >> genevieve shaw brown helping all of us. here you go. you can have it. >> thank you. >> coming up in "pop news," you've got the muscle. man crates ahead with adrienne in "pop news." can i eat a doughnut? >> definitely. i'm going to eat one too. we are survivors. we are survivors. and now we take brilinta. for people who've been hospitalized for a heart attack. we take brilinta with a baby aspirin. no more than one hundred milligrams... it affects how well brilinta works. brilinta helps keep platelets from sticking together and forming a clot. in a clinical study brilinta worked better than plavix®. brilinta reduced the chance of another heart attack.
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♪ "good morning america" is brought to you by state farm. here to help life go right. >> time for "pop news." just quickly we should say you were right about mick jagger. >> thank you. 73 years old, eight kids, the youngest is like a yr u're a da.
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that's what the lesson is. and that's what we're celebrating today. father's day just eight days away and we're putting dan, rob and ron to the man crate test. how it went last year. it's noisy. >> took them forever. >> rob and ron have been doing we're going to see if they can open it faster than they did last year, so, guys, are you ready? >> we're starting? >> get set, crack. >> paula is going to do mine. >> yeah. they're sealed really tight. a crowbar is offered for you and a hammer but no other instructions besides, quote, try harder. and so far no dice. >> there's an open one here, guys. >> come on. >> yeah, they have grooming products here in one of them. >> i've got it. >> you got it. >> yeah. >> they've got some bar accessories. paula is closer than the guys. again, guys, do not let this happen to you.
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>> paula's got it. >> do not give it to paula today. keep going. keep going. come on. >> it's a bacon crate. >> ron might have won. we got to do that story. >> redemption. >> okay, ron wins. >> what is this? >> i hammered my hand. >> i'm sorry, adrienne, go ahead. >> all that for sunflower seeds. >> i just want to point out i did no work and i'm already eating so -- >> they did warn me this was going to be a noisy segment. >> carry on. >> don't take my stuff. >> the "black panther" -- let's talk about the movies -- is making its big debut. marvel releasing the trailer for their newest superhero franchise during the nba finals starring chadwick bos role. he first played the character in "captain america: civil war" as he battles a powerful old enemy. also featured in the movie, michael b. jordan, lupita nyong'o, angela bassett and forest whitaker in the movie. it goes into theaters next february. >> i just happened to see
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"creed" the other night on a plane, michael b. jordan is great. >> are you playing with a puppet? >> no, this is for your driver. >> it's golf. >> one of us is paying attention to your "pop news." i'm with you. >> sorry. >> and enjoying the snacks so, thanks, man crate. "wonder woman" director patty jenkins has confirmed a sequel is already in the works saying she'd love to come back and helm the blockbuster second installment and she's so excited about part two she's got ideas in the pipeline. it will move from england to the united states and jenkins saying she's got to come to america. it earned over $103 million in its opening weekend. >> i'm looking forward to it. >> adrienne has seen it twice. >> i've seen it twice. >> wow. >> my crazy friends like the movies and i'm like, okay. >> whatever, blame it on your friends. >> i got popcorn twice and an icee. and finally
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fidget spinners aren't just for kids. meet quinn the french bulldog who can't get enough of his. whoever invented the spinner is a rich person. the dog appears to be mesmerized lying on its side occasionally reaching out to give the item a twirl. really. i mean it's almost like the dog is like relaxed by this thing. >> very therapeutic. >> somebody just fed that dog a full stake dinner and now he's in a coma. >> i wish i would have invented the fidget spinner. >> they're in high demand. kids will brawl on the playground for those things. >> pass the jerky. >> here, pass it. >> i just want to say i got a chance to emcee -- i went to boston this week and emceed for eli's fund, they provide crucial support for breast cancer patients. that's me and tom brady. >> look at you. >> i'm really in love with him. we raised over $200,000. i got to say back to your hometown, you are a rock star, dan harris. the pickup line, almost everybody said are you 10%
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happier. >> oh, wow. smooth. >> you say pickup line. were they hitting on you? >> no, that's their pickup line at the bar. they use use that as a pickup line at the bar. >> i love my hometown of boston. boston strong. thank you, everybody, for watching this morning. we'll see you tomorrow. >> ki keep this? >> i'm gray hall coming up next only "action news" saturday morning at 9:00 a.m. two suspects stabbed three people during a violent robbery. we have an update. topless in ocean city maryland, before you take off the shirt, we'll tell you what you need to know about vowrkd a popular tourist beach. those stories and more next on "action news" saturday morning.
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>> a pleasant good morning to you, saturday, june 1, i'm gray hall. here's a look at the stories we're following on "action news." three men were stabbed during an overnight robbery we have an update on the investigation. president trump stands his ground about what he said actually happened in a meeting with former fbi director james comey. plus, we'll tell you what investigators are looking at to determine if a deadly police-involved shooting in hunting park was justified. those stories and more, bus
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first we turn our attention to the the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, meteorologist, chris sowers says the heat wave is coming. >> reporter: are you ready? i'm ready, it's knocking on the door already. today is a warmer day, tomorrow it begins. let's go live on sky6 live hd show you the views over the commodor barry bridge. we're waking up to a little bit of cloud cover that's in part to a disturbance pushing by to the north. everybody else looking at sunny skies. reading, 72. showers off to the west. trenton, 71. millville, 75. cape may checking in at 72. satellite and radar, sof it rig, racing on by from west to


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