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, america. breaking overnight, chaos at a trump rally. the angry clash, physical violence. supportersg off in chicago. officers hurt. the entire event canceled. >> tonight's rally will beil another day. >> his opponents now taking their own shots. >> this is a sad day. >> donald trump himself weighing in this l this mean just days before more crucial primaries? underwater. south.
floating away.tle boy wants to go home and we don't have a home right now. >> we're live in the storm zone this morning. browns cutting johnny manziel. the latest blow for this troubled quarterback after the partying and an alleged confrontation involving his ex-girlfriend. so what is the next for the guy they call johnny football.finish. the amazing buzzer beater. forcing a fourth overtime at the uconn/cincinnati t so happy i shot one in. >> his team one giant step closer this morning to the big dance. let's get straight to the breaking news. that chaos. >> it happened in chicago. brawls both in and outside therump supporters
had poured into that event. >> those protesters were out in force. you can see one here burning a trump flag. hurling themselves on to the ground creating human chains and shouting anti-trump slogans. >> the trump campaign called off the event.t want to see people hurt. his rivals are weighing in this morning. we do have team coverage on everything from the political implications to ongoing security concerns andx perez who is right there on the ground in chicago. good morning, alex. >> reporter: good morning, paula. good morning, dan. the rally here never actually e clash between trump supporters and trump protesters got very ugly, very fast. >> all: we wantorter: mayhem at this arena in chicago. thousands gathered to see presidential candidate donald trump. postponed. >> reporter: his supporters and
series of heated and violent onald trump is not welcome in chicago and we're going to make that clear today. >> reporter: protester later storming the empty podium shouting at people below forced him offstage. that same man later going head-to-head with a trump supporter. both men wrestling.onlookers tried to break up the fight. >> i don't want anybody -- a brawl here. i don't want her or him beatorter: spreading outside. this police officer struck by a flying bottle. one of two officers injured during the commotion. >> there's been a total of five at the pavilion. >> reporter: on cnn donald trump citing safety concerns and denying his past remarks played a role. >> i don't take nobody has been hurt at our rallies. i'm not a person that wants to see people hurt and that's why i put out the statement before and said go home inorter: during the republican debate thursday,
supporters. >> i'd like to pump him in the tell you. we're not allowed to punch back anymore. i love the old days, so if you see somebody getting ready to seriously. >> reporter: and at this point, no word yet if or when trump plans to reschedule his rally here in chicago.a. >> all right, alex. for more we want to bring in abc's chief white house correspondent jon karl and, jon, some startling images we just saw.ring politics for a very long time. have you seen anything like this? >> reporter: paula, this reminds me of something i did not cover but i grew up watching and that's 1968 in ts that took place around the democratic convention that actually spilled out for a time on to the this is absolutely astounding but it's also not entirely surprising. i've been to so many donald
from the podium, you know,sidential candidates say things like you just heard announced in alex's piece like he'd like to slug a protesternd in the good old days they were taken out in stretchers. i heard those aimed at me and others in the media pen whereuire reporters to stay at donald trump rallies. taunting members of the press saying these are awful people and then you hear, you yelling at reporters as we. that said, i've got to say at these trump rally, thousands of people going, i don't think the vast majority ofthing of this. don't want any violence and there are protesters every day at donald trump rallies and most of the time, you know, they dond escorted out and there's no incident but this has been building for a long time in jon, are you saying that trump actually bears some nd i guess on top of that question i'd ask, do you think he's going to face
thus far seems to have damaged him this be the thing? >> reporter: yeah, well, under first question in terms of responsibility i tell you often you feel like there ist is coming from the candidate himself. and usually the protesters in the crowd see it as part -- or the supporters in the crowd see it as kind of part of thef the show and there's no incident, but, you know, when you hear stuff like that being said by somebody who is being cheered by thousands of be frightening. in terms of damage, you know, we have a big day on tuesday. florida, ohio, illinois, big primaries, two of those winner take all. most of the votingg on for a long time. they started voting on march 5th in florida and started voting in february in ohio. i don't know this will do this may in some ways help him. you know, there's resentment when people try to prevent a political rally from taking place. i think there will be a some of these protesters.
to unify the republican party and then if he's going to be aandidate he needs to assert and unify the country. not the direction he needs to see this going bad in the longd trump. >> we always appreciate your analysis. thank you very much. we want to switch to the security angle here so let's bring in former new york city ner ray kelly. good morning, sir. >> good to be with you. >> great to have you here. in your view did law enforcement officials handle the overnight chaos ah, i think the chicago and did it well. this has been fermenting for awhile. we knew there would be hey were there in force, well equipped. if you look at the policing of the demonstration outside, relatively calm. some skirmishes called into the arenatuous activity and came in in force and quieted down. what i would say is needed more private security on the floor
university of illinois police or what, i'm not certain but of a uniform presence on the floor. if you look at the total number of injuries and arrest, it's an indication from a police per sfek tiff, the event went fairlyh it doesn't look like it on the television screen. >> no. >> you had five arrests and you had three injury, two of them se are small numbers for a large event like that. >> so, these protesters, they have a right to peacefully protest, these rallies are going to go on.ts are going to go on. how do we handle this from here on out? >> more people on the floor, obviously more security people. now, the promoters have a doors, who comes in, who doesn't come in. have to probably pay more attention to the tickets, who gets tickets, whether there are on the tickets but one of the issues i think they've just been blasting out tickets
that's caused problems. >> who comes through that door. all right, commissioner kelly, thanks soap for coming in this morning. for your perspective. high stakes primaries looming on tuesday as jond. trump's rivals in knowing these contests are coming, they are rapidly responding to the overnight chaos and for more on that angle let's turn to wright. david, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, dan. whether you're a trump lover or a trump hater, so many people are troubled by all this and some of are hoping to take advantage. trump's opponents blame him for inciting this as we've been hearing but he insists he's the victim. sad day. >> reporter: it should come as no surprise that the men running against trump lay blaming him. >> when you disrespects the voters, when you have a campaign that affirmatively encourages violence, you create an environment that only encourages
presidential candidate that has violence at their events. >> reporter: john kasich said of chicago, the seeds of division that donald trump has been le campaign finally bore fruit and it was ugly. it's one of the few issues where there's bipartisan rs spoke in illinois just a few miles away. >> stop letting donald trump or anybody else divide us n austin fund-raiser last night before the trump rally incident, president obama took some pot shots too. >> i can better than that. i can be even more uncivil. >> reporter: obama said he didn't just blame trump, he blames the republican party. but trump e's the victim. noting the protesters are violating his freedom of speech by shouting him down. >> all of the trump supporters have been un unfairly because first amendment says we have a right to speak. >> reporter: there's no question
is saying and t are eager to hear him. his critics also have a right to express their views and with emotions running so high no surprise it's gotten so ugly. >>troversy involving this complain. none of it seems to have slowed him down. see where this goes. david, thank you. >> all right, we move to the her. the gulf dealing with the kind of flooding that happens just once every 3,000 years.escues playing out as families are evacuated and abc's phillip mena is right there in new orleans for us this morning. hi, paula, good morning. it was eerily quiet in the flooded streets of louisiana. the widespread flooding has prompted evacuations and curfews here and in many parts of theuth. >> y'all need help? >> reporter: this morning, his toric flooding causing chaos down south. >> emotionally, a mess.okay. >> reporter: tennessee,
hit hard with nearly two feet of extreme rainfall in some areas.hese homes nearly under water. and this piece of a building being ripped apart and sent crashing into a bridge. nearly submerged. 3500 people forced to leave their homes. this mother from louisiana is one of hundreds of her area who are forced to evacuate their homes. >> my little boy wants to go home, and we don't have a home right now.rgency response teams working tirelessly around the clock to rescue stranded people like in shelby county, tennessee, where a water vehicleple to safety. residents here are hoping the floodwaters can reveed quickly to get back to their homes but with more rain on the way today, it's that will happen. paula. >> our hearts go out to those struggling with that this
indra will have the kw later in the turn now to the farewell for a former first lady nancy reagan remembered for that unbreakable bond with her husband, that epic love story. with high-profile friends and mourners including other first ladies and our own diane sawyer and abc's matt gutman has the story.ter: it was part funeral for nancy reagan and part celebration of nancy and ronald reagan's love story. >> if my mother had one great it was that she knew how to love and she loved one man more than the world. >> reporter: jack baker said it was love >> when i opened the door, she wrote later, i knew he was the man i wanted to marry. >> reporter: president reagan reciprocated with famous love >> her laugh is like tinkling bells. >> reporter: attendees studded with journalists and stars from arnold schwarzenegger to a
of eight current and former white house residents. first lady michelle obama, she sat right next to george w. bush and former first lady laura bush. hillary clinton and laura bush sharing a knowing look over anecdotes of nancy defense of herronny. >> occasionally i've thought that even god might not have the guts to argue with nancy reagan. our own diane sawyer remembered that after president reagan's death she was sustained also by her curiosity. >> she was way too interested inou really were and what you really knew, all of us woven together in this life and all this week i've been thinking about watching her head down the there i can't remember exactly what it was, was it a pillow or a framed needlepoint but i know the words were clearly reagan and said something like this, if you must leave, could
>> reporter: after the ceremony, her casket was brought out rain to join her beloved, herronny. for "good morning america," matt gutman, abc news, simi valley, california.e we don't often see. >> indeed and a nice ceremony. >> we want to turn things over to the other stories we're let's send it over to ron claiborne. uncle ron as we call you. >> good morning to you paula and dan. good morning to you and good morning, everyone. we begin with this breaking newsthe manhunt for two escaped inmates into mexico, police capture z after two days on the run. he and another inmate managed to get away without anybody noticing for hours. >> how did you get out of your. >> i picked it. picked the lock. >> reporter: the second escapee,
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it's going to take time butll see that dome of high pressure start to pull out of here and the rain will shift farther to the north but either way, as we go through the weekend still going to be eats of rain, in fact two feet have fallen. plenty of flooding into the h or two. doesn't sound like as much but grounds are saturated. no room for anymore not with that threat of severe weather nday. moving everyone. we have sunshine today the 60s with the lecture community into the upper 50s -- make sure community -- make sure -- e community into the 50s. we are checking overnight rain around midnight tonight.
amazing out there. just a little piece of news it may get cold after a while. >> wait? to feel that love you were talking about earlier. >> no, we're not loving. >> keep the sign. hold it up. later. >> coming with a smile. >> i want ten more minutes for you guys to still like me. >> we love you always. >> no matter what. to the buzzer beater >> rachel is weather with an exciting game. >> uconn and cincinnati were looking to burst the 2016 ncaa tournament bubble going back andy 2 1/2 hours and did not disappoint. take a look. it was a night to remember on the hardwood. for freshman guard jalen adams as the uconnown the cincinnati bearkats in not one, not two, not three, but four overtime thriller in the american tournament. watch again as adam quickly
a second left, taking a couple before sinking this hail mary shot from 60 feet away. >> i'm just so happy i shot one in. >> reporter: most of the game getting flogged on this last-second tiebreaking layup. missing another chance to seal the win in the first overtime. in the second overtime, theg back to tie the score one more time. and then that half-court heave after breaking the internetg the tie in the fourth, yes, fourth overtime. >> see, we never give up. we got a lot of weapons.score. that gives me faith. >> unbelievable. uconn holding on for the really big win. they face off againstwith hopes of getting one close step closer to the big dance. >> ron believes that adams was >> he didn't dribble the ball. it looks like he was running for
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welcome back to "gma" on a saturday morning. we are watching the fallout from last night's chaos at the donald trump rally in chicago. violent clashesters and supporters. the event had to
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picked the heisman trophy winner dubbed johnny football at the first round but it fell flat after two seasons playing in just 14 games for the browns throwing seven touchdowns and seven interceptions at a on price tag. >> i think the entire national football league knew that drafting johnny manziel came with an inherent risk. the browns assumed that risk. they felt like when they hadon of the first round, that he would be worth it. it turned out not to be the r: overshadowing his career off the field antics. in recent weeks tmzg the young quarterback out partying. even spotting manziel leaving a hollywood nightclub early this past wednesday morning. and now the athlete under for a misdemeanor domestic violence charge filed by his ex-girlfriend colleen crowley in january.
coach hue jackson distance ing himself from manziel at the combine. >> our organization is going to take a stand and we'll move kind of situations. >> reporter: manziel says he is grateful for playing for the cleveland browns saying in a statement he'd "like to thank the browns for the opportunity""he will always remember the support from the organization, team p mates and especially the fans". >> if hell find a home somewhere in the nfl. >> he could be picked up by another team as soon as later today but that seems highlyhave to figure the other 31 pro football teams looking at manziel and thinking he's just too high a risk right now at - >> maybe down the line. >> as the analysis goes if he gets right personally he could get back in the game. >> unlikely this comingbut possibly the negligence season. >> i'm glad we're focusing on
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>> but there are rules and follow certain smoothie rules. there are three that i have. number one, start with a nut-based milk instead of like whole dairy it's under 50 calories, it's 60 calories, less sugar, you're saving 100 calories you don't milk, cashew milk. >> number two what you want to do is get a plant-based protein powder, so that's hemp,pea, sunflower, this is a full amino acid profile which is the building blocks of protein. >> actually i make a lot of i wasn't aware this is something i should be adding and i've been hearing a lot of celebrities doing it like gwyneth paltrow so this is a real thing. >> i became a huge proponent in together a book about it, better flavor, more fiber, less sure.
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the star of "batman v superman"ry caval telling man of the world magazine that he's not just in art but the money is fantastic and that's something i deem very important. cav ville reports he was weary of making aup isin a position to take care of his friends and family and it's making plenty of headlines right now in why are you laughing, ron? >> himself. >> himself. >> a lot of people are praising him for his honesty. >> my grandfather used to say rich or poor, it's nice to have >> twice? >> at least he's thinking outside of himself saying he likes to do nice things for his friends and family. >> that's what he said. ing up for him because he said looking or because he really can a big fan of superman. >> i'm just a good person. that's why i'm sticking up for him and he's he's got money. >> minor side note.
daughter is making her modeling debut for stella m lourdes who goes by lo lo and animal activist kenya and promoting the new fragrancepot. it's said to be about embracing self-acceptance and university of michigan and this modeling modeling campaign marks the first time she's ever consciously stepped into the lime >> interesting. >> she is stunning. stunning. >> beautiful. >> she looks a lot like her mom too. you have to do a double take there. harry styles' life just keeps getting better. "variety" reporting that he's been cast in an upcoming world war ii action drama tom hardy and mark rylance called "dunkirk."
of the french city in 1940 being directed nolan and set to begin filming in may. it's where the real-life event took place and we'll see him on screen when it opens in july of 2017. >> i think of one direction when i think of classical>> they're on hiatus. >> wants his hairdo. >> he'll have to cut his movie. >> don't back baby into a don't typecast him. he can do a lot of things. >> sticking up for stoils and cav ville al this talking about superman. >> i have got no problem -- >> i don't want the one direction fans to come after me. >> i love one ry of your life. >> the story of my life. let's clip one more head and back here tomorrow morning.
the father must go into greater cleveland and avon lake is at 34 degrees. is of you need out toward solent good morning currently at 32 degrees. take a look at ourraters we are not tracking any moisture just bright sunday throughout the afternoon. you can see a few cirrus clouds toward the south and they we head into your mid afternoon. we will go with partly to mostly sunny conditith this blocking high allowing for high pressure to build in today. but the warm air continues to surge in here and you can lue has cooler air will toward the south the yellow is creeping. hour by hour,outside and soak it up. i bid afternoon we should be
you can see from the future castll be sitting into the 60s as we go into the noon hour. you can see a slightly cooler warmer air tracking along with the rain as we head into your overnight and it becomes more widespread into your sunday afternoon. the are pretty impressive with a three- day event and 2 inches toward wayne county. 60 degrees bright sunshine. enjoy. he was there when dr. king marched on washington. unafraid to challenge the status quo to end racial profiling, take on police misconduct, em that profits from mass imprisonment. there is no president who will fight harder
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