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good morning, america. donald trump shakes things up. brand-new polls from key battleground states could spell trouble for hillary clinton as trump closes in on a running mate. >> you're going to be calling up mike pence. i don't know whether he's going to be your governor or vice president, who the hell knows. >> clinton celebrates bernie sanders' big endorsement. the former rivals team up to take down trump. >> i intend to do i can to make certain she will be the next president of the united states. today bernie joins us live. a massive manhunt after authorities uncover a new plot to kill police officers. suspects in baton rouge stealing guns, three are in custody, another is on the run as the president tries to bring the country together with a
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speech in dallas. the pokemon craze. as millions hunt for the virtue cal creatures congress now demanding answers. is the game doing enough to protect your privacy? and fireworks at the all-star game. >> this is what it's all about right here. >> the emotional moments as one of baseball's best waves good-bye. ♪ my power's turned up >> and the performance that brought the entire stadium to its feet. ♪ how much do we love, amy, rachel platten? >> that song is everything. >> uh-huh and it was last night as i said she brought that crowd that all-star crowd to its feet. >> it was very emotional last night and emotional for many reasons. the american league won the game, but one reason, it was the last time we'll see one of the greats play in an all-star game,
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>> what a year he is having. >> he's beloved. >> uh-huh. we'll start out with the race for the white house and this morning's brand-new polls, donald trump appears to make a big move in florida, he's right there with hillary clinton in pennsylvania and ohio too. building momentum in the key states at next week's convention. we have more from indiana where he auditioned governor mike pence there he is last night, good morning, tom. >> reporter: george, good morning to you. trump wakes up to those encouraging poll numbers in what many consider the most important battleground states, this as the trump vp show rolls right into indiana. >> wow. >> reporter: this morning, donald trump moving closer and closer to picking his running mate. sources say trump is likely to appear with his pick as early as friday. >> i often joke you'll be calling up mike pence. i don't know whether he's going to be your governor or your vice president. who the hell knows. >> reporter: trump teasing
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trail with those on his short list like governor chris christie and newt gingrich. >> it's a little like "the apprentice." you'll find out sooner or later who the last one standing is. >> reporter: overnight indiana governor mike pence getting his shot on stage. >> donald trump gets it. >> reporter: governor pence and trump have become fast friends even though pence reject eed so of his ideas. when he called a temporarily ban on muslims you said it was offensive. do you still feel that way. >> i'm supporting donald trump. >> reporter: how do you share that ticket if you have a disagreement on the muslim ban. >> i've been a governor for 3 1/2 years. i haven't agreed with every one of my republican or democratic colleagues on every issue. >> reporter: he beats the drum against hillary -- >> we have crooked hillary clinton as crooked as you get. >> reporter: -- he has a new fight with an 83-year-old. supreme court
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ginsburg. justice ginsburg taking on trump telling cnn "he is a faker of the he has no consistency about him. he says whatever comes into his head at the moment. he really as an ego." trump firing back calling it a disgrace. it's highly inappropriate that a united states supreme court judge gets involved in a campaign. trump getting even more critical this morning sending out this tweet here it is, he writes, justice ginsburg of the u.s. supreme court has embarrassed all by making very dumb political statements about me. her mind is shot, resign. so, robin this fight not going anywhere fast. >> doesn't seem to. all right, tom. thank you. now to the democrats. bernie sanders making it official endorsing hillary clinton after a long and bitter primary battle. the question now, whether his supporters especially his younger ones will follow suit. abc's cecilia vega is
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with much more on all this. good morning, cecilia. >> reporter: robin, good morning to you. hillary clinton will be campaigning here in this state later today at the site of a famous abraham lincoln speech and she is now armed with the support of that new ally. they are the words hillary clinton and so many democrats were waiting to hear. >> i have come here to make it as clear as possible as to why i am endorsing hillary clinton. >> reporter: more than a month after she became their party's presumptive nominee, bernie sanders finally endorsing and it even came with a hug. her thank you picked up by the pike phone. >> thank you so much, bernie. it means the world to me. >> reporter: political lie s enemies turned allies. >> i will do everything i can to make certain she is the next president of the united states. >> reporter: donald trump highlighting that past bad blood in this new video.
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qualified if you are supported virtually every disastrous trade agreement. >> reporter: trying to win over the others. >> you will always have a seat at the table when i am in the white house. >> reporter: but some on team sanders walking out in protest as clinton spoke. not yet ready to extinguish the bern. is there anything hillary clinton can say that would win you over right now? >> hillary can't win me over because i don't think i could ever trust her. >> reporter: yeah, the polls show more and more sanders supporters are shifting their allegiance to hillary clinton but they also show that about one in four still say they will not vote for her, george. >> they do, okay, cecilia, thanks very much. let's talk to senator sanders. thanks for joining us. we saw that hug of hillary clinton yesterday. but, boy, cecilia was suggesting a lot of your supporters still pretty upset. some facebook posts. you broke my heart and
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cespedeser diaz. jessica boyer, you chose her over us. what do you say to them. >> what i say is absolutely imperative for the future of this country that donald trump not be elected president of the united states. and what i say in a time when this country has enormous crises, we do not and cannot have a man with trump's temperament, with the nuclear code and running this country. >> so it's about the lesser of two evils? >> no, it's not about the lesser of two evils. if you look at issue by issue, we have hillary clinton who w t wants to significantly raise the minimum wage because we have millions working at starvation wages. donald trump wants to allow states to have the right to do away with the concept of the minimum wage. people could be working for 5 bucks an hour. hillary clinton wants to expand health care. hillary clinton wants to make public colleges and universities'
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all families in country making $125,000 or less. trump wants to end the affordable care act and throw 20 million people off of health insurance. trump does not even believe what the entire scientific community is telling us about climate change and the need to transform our energy system. >> always know not all of your supporters are convinced so what more does hillary clinton need to do and do you think it might help if you ran on the ticket with her? are you open to that? >> well, i think what secretary clinton needs to do is get around the country and make the case which candidate for president is stronger for the american middle class for working families and i think, george, when we start focusing on the real issues facing this country, the answer is going to be very clear. what trump wants to do give huge tax breaks, hundreds of billions of dollars in tax breaks to the wealthiest people in this country. that is pretty crazy. >> are you open to being her
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>> that issue has not been raised yet and i doubt that that will happen. >> pretty late in the game so -- but you would be considered if she asked. >> well, look, right now what my job is to do to make sure that hillary clinton is elected president, that we defeat trump and come up with a set of principles and an agenda that speaks to the needs of working families. and i'm very proud by the way that over the last couple of weeks, as you may know, that the democratic platform now is the most progressive platform in the history of the democratic party. and that secretary clinton, i think, is speaking about some of the very real issues that impact our people. >> what do you think is happening out there? new polls show hillary clinton behind in florida right now. donald trump basically tied or ahead in pennsylvania and ohio. >> well, i think what secretary clinton is going to have to do is get around the country and contrast her views to donald trump's. this is -- you know, the point i made yesterday, george, this is not a
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trump and hillary clinton. this is the fact that the middle class of this country is in trouble. which candidate has more to say about education, more to say about health care, more to say about climate change, more to say about income and wealth inequality and more to say about a sensible foreign policy and the more the people hear the contrast between the two i think secretary clinton's support will grow. >> you've seen 24 war of words between justice ginsburgary donald trump right now. was it appropriate for a supreme court justice to call a presidential candidate a faker and to joke about moving to new zealand. >> well, that's -- i'll let justice ginsburg answer that herself. >> what do you think? >> well, what i think is that right now we have to focus on electing hillary clinton to be president of the united states. let me be very clear, i agree with what justice ginsburg said. i think that trump is a total opportunist. i think i would -- i
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of his mouth because i think the record is quite clear that he lies just a whole lot of the time and i think we need a president right now who is prepared to be consistent, to stand up for working families and to protect our children. >> senator sanders, thanks for joining us. >> thank you. more now from matthew dowd and, matthew, let's get to those new quinnipiac polls out this morning. probably the most surprising is that big flip in the state of florida over the last month, eight-point hillary clinton lead. now a deficit. what do you think is going on? >> well, george, i think this should be very concerning. i didn't believe that initial number in florida and i think we have to make sure we don't attribute cause and effect too greatly to this but something has moved in the country over the course of the last few weeks and it's not to hillary's benefit. i think it had a lot to do with the fbi director's press conference and hearing which wasn't a criminal indictment but certainly was a political indictment and that
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trust numbers which have been problematic. this is a huge problem for hillary clinton. it looks like she has a national lead but in the electoral states she is either tied or behind in them and so it sets up a scenario where she could win the popular vote but lose the electoral college. concerning. >> before the republican convention next week. >> yes, george, it's before the convention and before donald trump's vice presidential announcement which will give him an added bump. she'll get a bump from her convention but this should be a concerning thing to hillary clinton and her campaign in the course of this. >> okay, matt dowd, thanks very much. president obama is preparing to meet with activists, law enforcement and other leaders today bringing everyone together in the wake of the recent deadly shootings around the country. after giving an emotional speech in dallas, at a memorial service for the fallen police officers. the president saying we are not as divided as we seem. abc's jon karl is at the white house with more. good morning, jon. >> reporter: good morning, robin. this was a powerful and emotional speech from the president, first and
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tribute to those five fallen officers, to the entire dallas police and to police across the country. he said that protesters who vilify police do an injustice to their cause but struck a balance and spoke out about the killings of philando castile and alton sterling at the hands of police and he pleaded for a better understanding between police and the communities they protect. >> because with an open heart we can learn to stand in each other's shoes and look at the world through each other's eyes so that maybe the police officer sees his own son in that teenager with a hoodie who's kind of goofing off but not dangerous and the teenager, maybe the teenager will see in the police officer the same words and values and authority of his parents. >> reporter: you could hear the frustration in the president's voice. he said he has spoken at too many of these memorials and he acknowledged the
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words including his own to bring about lasting change. >> we listened to that and also quite a moment for dallas police chief david brown yesterday, as well. >> reporter: it really was. he received a standing ovation extended heartfelt, even before he spoke, more than any single person it is chief brown that has held that community together. >> yes, he's been on it from the get-go and president obama, jon, will join our town hall tomorrow night to discuss the recent tragic shootings and how we can all move forward. you can see the president and the people 8:00 p.m., 7:00 central and david muir will moderate that. the latest from baton rouge. a city on edge after authorities arrest three suspects for plotting to kill police officers, another suspect still on the loose in a city already tense from that fatal police shooting of alton sterling. abc's alex perez has the latest. >> reporter: this morning, a manhunt under way in baton rouge for a remaining suspect who authorities believe was part of a plot involving at least three other men
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officers in this louisiana city. >> we took those threats as being credible. >> reporter: police arrested two men and a 13-year-old boy after abu burglar attempt at this pawnshop and seeking ammunition to take down officers. >> was going to cause harm to police officers in the baton rouge area. >> reporter: it comes on the death of alton sterling last week. it caused a week of chaos here which saw hundreds of protesters arrested and led many to question if police were too heavy-handed. law enforcement officials say it was this threat to kill officers, why they took such aggressive tactics. >> very real and viable threats against law enforcement. look what happened in dallas. a very peaceful protest and then some crazy mad man did what he did. >> reporter: and authorities say they have recovered six of those eight stolen handguns, the searchor
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ongoing. george. >> okay, alex, thanks very much. thousand to amy for the other top stories. you have a big day on wall street yesterday. >> that's right. investors are riding high on wall street. the dow and s&p are opening at record highs today. investors turning to riskier stocks growing more confident about growth. the markets shrugged off concern about britain's exit from the european union. british prime minister david cameron is formally handing in his resignation to queen elizabeth today. his successor, theresa may, takes over in just a few hours. cameron will move into a home being loaned to him. his family's house is currently being rented because, see, he didn't expect to be moving out of downing street so soon. well, the popular pokemon smartphone game is raising serious privacy questions and a u.s. senator wants answers. al franken wrote to the game's creator to ask the company to classi clarify what user data is collected and what is being shared. the all-star game last night but the real
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singer rachel platten's surprise performance after the fifth inning. ♪ this is my fight song ♪ my power's turned on >> platten who sang the national anthem sang you hear "fight song" during a tribute. they're holding up stand up to cancer signs bearing the names of people they care about who fought or are fighting cancer and gives you chills moment. >> every time that you see that. there was a game too. >> there was a game too and the biggest hit of the all-star game was boston red sox star david ortiz retiring after this season walking off the field tipping his hat to the crowd and all the players, they came out of the dugout to celebrate him. he's having one of the best seasons of his career but he's going anyway and ortiz thought he was going to have an easy time at the plate but take
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fernandez. oh, yeah, a lifelong ortiz fan. hate to see if he wasn't. promise he would throw an easy pitch to hit. as you can see the laughing, they had a good time with it then ortiz walked off and a moment that will definitely go down in baseball history and what a great career he's had. >> man. >> deserves all the accolades. >> he is saving the best for last. we don't want to see him go. >> we're saving our best for last, ginger. >> thank you very much. severe weather and let's look at this flash flooding. when you get one to two inches of rain falling kwiblgly in roanoke, virginia, that's what it looks like rushing up against the cars. thankfully the drying out this morning but water rescues were in place. today the flash flood potential and certainly severe weather threat, 60-mile-per-hour wind gusts wichita to kansas city.
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>> reporter: yesterday we had highs in the upper 80s. today, well, much on par. upper 80s again. mixture of clouds and sunshine. at times it will seem like the clouds are winning over. scattered showers today. make sure you have thebler handy. slow moveing afternoon. high of 104 heat index tomorrow. relief the upcoming weekend but watching for a stray shower or two. >> reporter: traumaticking the wednesday morning commute, we are dealing with a crash on the beltway through oxon hill. inner loop approaching the area of i295 at the ramp where you'll see the extent activity. we're backed up as you can see all the way past st. barnabas road toward branch avenue.
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>> anchor: good morning washington. i'm melanie hastings. a check of your top stories, a neighborhood is on edge and a family mourning the search for whoever killed 27-year old seth ridge is still on. rich, a worker for the democratic national committee was shot and called in the bloomingdale neighborhood of northwest early sunday morning. police believe it may have been a robbery attempt. there is a vigil tonight at 7:00. dc voters will be able to have their say when it comes to making the city a state. district council voted yesterday to place a early referendumem for statehood on the ballot in november. you can get more news, traffic and weather updates on good morning washingtonn
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aquafina. for happy bodies. and see ice age: collision course in theaters july 22. we welcome you back to "gma" as we take a look at a new poll that's coming out in the race for the white house. showing trump closing in on hillary clinton. the candidates at a statistical dead heat in the swing states of florida, ohio and pennsylvania as speculation heats up about who donald trump will pick as his running mate. that announcement momentarily coming up because of the convention next week. >> all eyes are on the republican convention in cleveland. security efforts ramping up there in the wake of the dallas attack and the secret service says they are prepared for any possible threat. and this morning, espys honoring the year's top athletes and john cena will host. vice president biden, justin timberlake also set to give awards. >> always a special night. >> looking forward to that.
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michael, you got to go one-on-one with dwayne "the rock" johnson not just in an interview but in his kitchen. >> the rock was cooking. i got to smell it. we had a great conversation. he opened up about making pancakes. s that a specialty and a possible run for president, as well. >> look at that. that picture, that could run up and go on a loop for women. look at that. two men in the kitchen. >> i appreciate it. dwyane really helped me out. you might be interviewing someday about being president. >> breaking news here. first in this half hour an urgent manhunt is under way to find the person or people behind a string of shootings in phoenix. authorizes now saying they believe a serial killer could be on the loose linked to eight incidents. abc's kayna whitworth is in phoenix and has the latest. good morning, kayna. >> reporter: robin, good morning. according to police, seven people have been murdered. it's been a terrifying few months for residents in phoenix and the police station t
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citywide to report anything unfamiliar in their neighborhoods. this morning, a city on edge, the hunt continues for a potential serial killer or killers after police have recently linked four incidents to a string of shootings that injured two people and killed seven in all. including a 12-year-old girl. on tuesday, officials releasing this sketch of the possible gunman. they believe he is responsible for eight seemingly random shootings since march spanning nearly 100 square miles putting thousands of residents in the crosshairs. >> the person that is doing this is wicked. there's something wrong with him. >> reporter: investigators telling abc news each of the eight shootings took place on a weekend night. the shooter or shooters opening fire on parked cars in front of homes. some victims getting out of their cars when they were shot. others never made it out. >> they walked up to the front of the car, lood
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windshield and when they saw two women, and a young girl they opened fire. >> reporter: family members of the victims too afraid to show their faces. >> say something because it's not fair that all these people are being taken. >> reporter: phoenix police adding extra patrols at night and on the weekends asking everyone to keep an eye out for anything suspicious. >> raise your level of awareness in your neighborhoods. watch out for your family. watch out for your neighbors. >> reporter: now the fbi and u.s. marshals have joined the investigation. a $30,000 reward being offered up for any information leading to an arrest, but for now they have no motive and no suspect. so police are looking at incidents as far back as january and they say in most cases he gets out of the car and shoots and then escapes in a vehicle and, robin, this morning they have no idea who it is. >> that is scary, all right, kayna, thank you. for more let's bring in former fbi special agent brad garrett. you heard what kayna said in her
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report. this is dating back to march. what's your take on this case? >> well, robin, typically when you have shootings clustered like this one appears to be in the merrydale area of west phoenix, the shooter is going to have some connection to that neighborhood. my guess is there is no direct connection between the victims, but they represent something to him. in 2005 and '06 they had a similar version of this in phoenix. those guys went after prostitutes and homeless people so there's probable some trick in it as far as why he's killing in that particular part of west phoenix. >> give us more of a profile of this shooter, brad. >> well, these type of guys whether it's one or two typically have some anger rage issue. it's, again, not directed at particular people. it may be directed at a particular neighborhood because of what it represents as far as the shooter is concerned. they have a fascination with the
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media. probably have collected newspaper articles, videos, et cetera. there may -- they may have changed their appearance recently now that there's more media profile of this case. they tend to miss work, usually the next day after a shooting. >> all things to keep in mind and we heard in kayna's report also that the reward money has been upped to $30,000. police are asking for the public's help. what people do to help catch this killer and remain safe? >> well, this is what will catch this killer, the public reporting it, it's surveillance cameras and it's license plate readers. >> all those things, hopefully that will be the case that needs to come to an end quickly for everybody in phoenix. brad garrett, thanks so much. >> scary situation there. the latest on gretchen carlson and her lawsuit against fox news chairman roger ailes. in an interview with "the new york times" the former anchor is speaking out about her claims and rebecca jarvis is here with the details.
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good morning. this is a revealing new interview after more than a dozen of her former fox news colleagues have spoken out to defend their boss, roger ailes, gretchen carlson is now sharing her side of the story. former fox news anchor gretchen carlson now speaking out for the first time since filing a sexual harassment lawsuit against her former boss, fox news chair roger ailes. >> i'm gretchen carlson. >> reporter: overnight telling "the new york times" "i just wanted to stand up for myself, first and foremost and i wanted to stand up for other women who maybe faced similar circumstances". >> thanks to roger ailes who runs this corporation. >> reporter: in a lawsuit filed last wednesday, the former fox & friends anchor claimed her contract at the network was not renewed after she complained she was harassed by ailes and refused had is sexual advances. the 50-year-old former miss america telling "the times," "everyone knew how powerful roger ailes was. i certainly felt intimidated b
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that." carlson was let go from the network in june when she was informed her contract would not be renewed. it was cold and calculating, she says, it took 30 seconds. there was no thank you for your service of 11 years. and there was absolutely no discussion of ratings. ailes, one of the most powerful men in cable news tells abc news carlson's allegations are false. this is a retaliatory suit for the network's decision not to renew her contract, which was due to the fact that her disappointingly low ratings were dragging down the afternoon lineup. fox releasing handwritten notes carlson sent to ailes last year, thanking him for opportunities and asking for more time on air. when asked by "the times" why she sent them if she felt she was being harassed she says i think it's hard when you've been a victim. you keep thinking things are going to get better. now more than a dozen fox news personalities have spoken out in support of ailes, some of them questioning the t
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motivation of carlson's suit. to that carlson says, they are still being paid by fox. and when asked who carlson complained to about sexual harassment other than ailes, attorneys responded on her behalf we are not going to try the case here, yes, she made a clap complaint and to who will come out at trial. >> stay tuned. rebecca, thank you. to michael. >> all right, thank you, george. coming up on our big board, pokemon nation. millions playing the game but new concerns for some it's board iring on obsession. we'll talk about where to draw the line. then the highs and lows of amazon's prime day. we go inside the biggest deals. plus, if you hate going to the dentist and getting your teeth drilled could hope be on the way? our insiders are back with us in two minutes, these people right here, yeah. come on...you can do it! dogs just won't quit. neither does frontline. introducing new frontline gold.
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with more on this morning's top stories and first up, millions are hooked on pokemon go and apparently we are. it's our third day talking about it. the number of players closing in on twitter users in the u.s., the national security council issuing an advisory, big news, as concerns are raised about the impact this new obsession may be having on us all. dr. michael fraser, clinical psychologist, joins us now. we have been talking about it because we see how many are doing it all around the country. what kind of impact because we hear from people they are truly obsessed with this, that they have been doing it nonstop, doctor. >> well, i think a couple of things are important to keep in mind. first of all this is the game that involves collecting things, obviously involves collecting the pokemon and in games like this what's important to understand we're finding that the brain actually transmits dopamine to the pleasure centers of the brain which makes it a pleasurable experience so when somebody finds the treasure there is a pleasurable sensation when they do
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the game developers know this and that's why they've developed games like this. get as many playing as possible but keep them coming back and to keep them playing the game and continuing to collect. one of the things that we definitely feel is that these games should be monitored carefully and when a person finds that they're playing it excessively understanding when they need to say no and turn it off. >> doctor, ho young is too young for children to play this game and as an adult at what point when you're playing do you say i need to reel myself in a little bit. i'm going overboard. >> a great question. one of the first games i've encountered where this is requiring to get people off the couch and out into the real world so if you're a parent you certainly want to make sure you're exercising common sense and helping your kids exercise common sense and monitor where they're playing but get out there and try it and play it. however, one thing i would urge and advise parents to look carefully at when your child cannot turn the game off and when they're getting into arguments or fights and having a hard time saying stop or saying no a
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one of the things to keep in mind as with any addiction if it's starting to interfere with your job or starting to interfere with your relationships and you're really starting to take a look at the role it is having this your life. >> absolutely. thank you, doctor. and next up, amazon's massive black friday sale known as prime day setting records but not without complaints, consumers taking to twitter with their technical difficulties and tory johnson is joining us this morning to talk about this. good morning, tory. >> hey there. >> and christmas in july, it is over. samson saying they had record numbers so what it your take on it? how did it go? >> i think it went well aside from early morning complaints from consumers who said they had difficulty with checkouts that seemed to be resolved pretty quickly without much fanfare and then it was smooth sailing or smooth shopping. let me give you an idea. in just the first eight hours in the united states alone, here's what people bought. 22,000 televisions including that super
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you and i loved, sold out very quickly. 196,000 pairs of shoes, 270,000 toys and it is not just the kids who scored big. all of us cleaned up big time with what amazon says is enough tide dishwashing detergent to wash your dishes for 17,000 years and kind of a fun best-seller, 23,000 roombas, which outsold last year's prime day so we'll have some clean homes. >> yeah, we are. i think it's a spot that you and michael did yesterday, that really drove sales up. you pushed it. >> yes. >> how about walmart, i mean, they made a splashy announcement saying 30 days free shipping. how did that work out? >> walmart says it's working out well. i talked to them last night. they said we are focused on low prices every single day throughout the year, not one day and not for just special customers who are members. but they did want in on the action so all this week they have offered
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shipping, no minimum order, no membership required. but on amazon's part this is not just a one and done kind of day. for amazon this is not about cleaning out the warehouse and getting us to buy unwanted goods. this is about poking customers in prime because a prime member spends more money on amazon every year than a nonprime member. and the good news for amazon is that once we try prime, we tend to stick with it and so that free shipping kind of gets us all. >> i have enough toilet paper to last until, you know, the next century. >> i'll get some when i run out at your house. next up good news in the battle against tooth decay. dentists foregoing the drill in favor of a pain-free solution for cavities but does it really work? >> dr. brian kantor a cosmetic dentist joins us now. you have our attention. does this really work? tell us more about it. >> it's an antimicrobial liquid you paint on the tooth. it will seem into the tooth
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cavities. it will kill the bacteria and harden the surrounding tooth structure. so it's great in the fact it's inexpensive, it's quick, it's easy, no drill, so it is good for certain populations. the pediatric population, there are a lot of young toddlers who get a lot of cavities and you have to treat them in a hospital setting and sedate them because they're not compliant to be treated in a dental office so this product can arrest the cavities, allow the child to get a little more mature and treat them in a dental office as they get older. great for the geriatric population, nursing home, so instead of having decay spread it will arrest the decay there and great for people who can't really afford normal dentistry, for third world country, lower income areas. it doesn't take place at having normal fillings but it's 9 next big thing, instead of having decay spread, it arrests it. >> what's the price tag. >> it is very
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it's a liquid. you paint it on but limitation, not the end all. not going to change dentistry, not going to replace the fillings. limitations you now have a hole or a void within the tooth where the cavity was so you still have to have it filled and the worst part about this product it will stain any part of 9 tooth that has decay black and as a cosmetic dentist i like to make teeth lighter, not darker. >> ah, there's the catch. we were wondering what the catch is. there's a catch. >> yes. >> thank you to dr. brian kantor, tory and dr. fraser, you, as well. >> wait a minute. okay and the big board, show of hands, pokemon, who's playing? who's playing? who's playing? >> you can admit it. >> all three? >> the guys look like they want to say they are but they can't let their kids know. >> okay. i thought i'd give it a hot. our hot shot of the day. the bear cub caught inside a car. how did he get there and the hero deputies who came to his rescue. look at that. come
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♪ i'm glad you came". a bear cub in colorado somehow finding its way into a car, sheriff's deputies were called in. take a look. >> how did he get in? i don't see a broken window? >> yeah, stay away from me, bear. his nose is right here. >> okay, thankfully the bear had no interest in those deputies and ran off to the woods but how did the bear get in? there were no windows broken. the door handles weren't the kind you lift up but somehow the bear managed to open it up, get in and close it behind him and completely trashed the interior of that vehicle. we don't know. it's a mystery. >> wow. >> it's a mystery. thank you, amy. when we come back jennifer aniston, she is blasting the tabloids for body shaming and those pregnancy rumors. we'll tell you why she decided
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>> reporter: yesterday we had highs in the upper 80s. today, well, much on par. upper 80s again. mixture of clouds and sunshine. at times it will seem like the clouds are winning over. scattered showers today. make sure you have the umbrella handy. slow moving afternoon thunderstorms. high of 104 heat index tomorrow. relief the upcoming weekend but watching for a stray shower or two. >> reporter: scanning for trouble spots a few on interstate 66 trying to get to the beltway, just cleared out a stalled car tying us up eastbound. capital beltway approaching 66 from arlington
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tison's corner. heavy, slow oxon hill. crash on the local lanes moved to the side of the roadway. northbound 395, jam up from the capital beltway. errors of a crash near edsell road. keep in mind on the beltway, i95 in maryland we are looking at major grid loc, errors of a crash on the outer loop. >> anchor: presidential candidate donald trump is taking aim at supreme court justice ruth baderer givens burg. he tweeted he has inbareroused all, making dumb political statements about me. her mind is shot, resign. the supreme court feud started earlier this week after ginsburg called trump a fakeer, and said she couldn't imagine the country with him as president. today president obama is hosting a meeting about community policing an clinical justice at the white house. law enforcement officials,
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. donald trump shaking things up. the new poll numbers that could spell trouble for hillary clinton as bernie sanders endorses his formal rival. the two of them now teaming up to take down trump. fed up. jennifer aniston going after the tabloids ripping into them in a deeply perpendicularal op-ed striking down all that pregnancy speculation. why she's speaking out so candidly now. ♪ and get ready to get fit in a brand-new way. no rules, no calculations and no guilt. how to stop punishing yourself and finally tart getting in shape. ♪ i'm burning up and are you ready to rock? >> "good morning america" is my jam. >> we're at home with america's favorite superstar. why he says being a father has
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is he really running for president and what's his secret to perfect pancakes all ahead as we say -- >> both: good morning, america. >> the rock just made me breakfast. ♪ over my head out of my mind we do say good morning, america. everybody is out there. we can't wait to get out there and join them. great crowd in times square and our good friend, style goo relori bergamotto is helping us reinvent the classics, a new twist on those plain white teesome. can't wait to see what she cops up with. mara schiavocampo, we'll see her right now going to be working out this morning. it's all about rational fitness and the idea here is to take the shame like those burpees, robin. >> no. >> they're hard. but she's going to talk about keeping health were and happy and guilt-free while you exercise. looking forward to that and
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>> you said rational fitness. those burpees aren't rationale. the rock an incredible actor and chef i found out but he is an amazing dad. >> oh, wow. >> future candidate. >> oh, yes, that's what you were telling us. >> jesse ventura did it, arnold schwarzenegger, why not the rock. >> that's a good tease. >> just saying. >> let's get news from amy. >> we'll stay with the political theme there. the big story donald trump embroiled in ray bitter feud with supreme court justice ruth bader ginsburg. trump now calling on the 83-year-old justice to resign saying, quote, her mind is shot. he's firing back after ginsburg unleashed a series of scathing remarks calling trump a faker who says whatever comes to his mind and she slammed trump for not releasing his taxes. meanwhile, as trump prepares to unvial his running mate he was joined by mike pence last
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audition for the vp job. a poll out this morning shows trump gaining on hillary clinton. they are now in a dead heat in the swing states of florida, ohio and pennsylvania. clinton is welcoming a long awaited endorsement from bernie sanders. earlier on "gma" sanders explained why his supporters should now back clinton. >> we do not and cannot have a man with trump's temperament with the nuclear code. hillary clinton wants to expand health care, hillary clinton wants to make public colleges and universities tuition-free for all families in this country making $125,000 or less. trump wants to end the affordable carage and throw 20 million people off of health insurance. >> when asked about the possibility of becoming clinton's running mate sanders says he doubts that will happen. police in baton rouge foiled a plot to attack police officers there and say they uncoved
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in which certainly handguns were stolen. three suspects including a 13-year-old are under arrest. a fourth suspect is still on the run. baton rouge police have faced heavy criticism following the killing of alton sterling outside a convenience store last week. a wild chase in alabama as police pursued suspects in this stolen suv at 100 miles an hour. the driver loses control, crashing and flipping over. the passenger being thrown into the air, both survived the crash and now face serious charges. take a look. new details about a shocking attack caught on camera. an eagle swooping in, look at that, and appeared to be getting ready to carry away this boy happening during a wildlife show and the eagle's talons gripping that boy. the eagle was not looking for a meal, experts say but was likely agitated by the noise. the boy was making when he kept pulling the zipper of his sweatshirt up and down. the boy did suffer a gash to his face but otherwise is
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the beer industry. the four largest american brewers have now agreed to list calories, carbs, fat and the alcohol content on their labels. the brewers will also list those ingredients online. and finally, luke bryan sing, plays the guitar and now rescues trucks that get stuck in the sand wearing a red shirt in this photo was spending time in florida when he saw a sheriff frustrating to move his vehicle on the beach so bryan pitched in, got a wooden board to stop the truck from sinking in the sand and got it moving. the man 0 snapped the picture said it's not every day you pull a sheriff's truck on the beach with luke bryan, #goodtypes. we didn't need another reason to love him but there's one for you. >> that's so true. good to see you, sara haines. >> i'll give a pop teaser that involves pink. an anniversary today is all i'm telling you for now. i ask my scripts be done in pink in honor of this so time now for a little
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as everyone gears up for tomorrow's emmy award nominations announcement we have some big emmy news of our own this morning. jimmy kimmel is returning to host the 68th primetime emmy awards. he recently got the seal of approval from a very serious focus group. >> who do you think should host the emmys this year. >> me. >> you? why you? >> i shine. >> you shine. >> i think you should be hosting. >> oh, thank you. why do you say that? >> because you're famous. >> what about how handsome i am? [ laughter ] >> enough said. and the emmys officer live in l.a. september 17th right here on abc at 7:00 p.m. i think a focus group is how i got the job. >> it's working for you. tell us what you think. >> so far so good. don't throw me under the bus. jimmy's or shall nemesis might be gearing up for a superhero role. matt damon is considering trading in
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force a super suit. ben affleck needs to be the director. he said if ben was directing it i'd jump on it in a new york minute. every time he directs movies he gives himself the best role. i don't think they'll be in batman and robin any time soon. >> that's how you treat your friends. >> says a lot about me. maybe you, michael and ben affleck. finally, grab something pink to wear. here it is. today is the 15th anniversary of "legally blond." i told you it was important. and reese witherspoon wants to celebrate with you. >> you guys, tomorrow is the 15-year anniversary of "legally blond." make sure you share pictures of wearing pink, a picture of your pet, your law degree, #legallyblond15. i might even show you how to do the bend and snap.
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little bit. >> i was secretly doing it. now you called me out. >> have fun with it. >> i remember her being here and teaching diane sawyer the bend and snap. they did it. it was classic. i remember that. >> no, no, no, i remember diane doing it. >> we'll find george doing it. >> we'll find the tape. fans are clearly thinking pink. 15 years on and i'm getting a law degree because of elle woods or molly who tweeted this photo of herself. like elle feels comfortable using legal jargon in everyday life and our favorite melissa who said, thanks, reese witherspoon for the movie that inspired 12-year-old me to be a lawyer. i owe you. the beauty of that, how it's campy and funny it was empowering in its own way. >> all right there. >> inspired moo he to get a c chihuah chihuahua. some people went to law school. same thing. >> what are you drinking today? >> you guys there was a lot of coffee. i should have gone with a small. >> some in that cup. how about that.
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>> we have a lot more coming up, everybody. here's what's coming up on the "gma morning menu." jennifer aniston is taking on the tabloids and those pregnancy rumors saying it's time to stop body shaming. we brought people in to bring some love here. we're reinventing the classics. lori bergamotto is here with ways to transform the white tee like you've never seen before. don't miss that. plus we're breaking down the new rational fitness workout. here it is, rational fitness, get it in. let me join that. all that coming up live on "gma" here in times square. "gma's morning menu" brought to you by new nexium, 24-hour tablets. ♪ i think i finally found
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okay, ready? one -- i won't even look. >> yeah, welcome back to "gma." that's dwayne "the rock" johnson and michael going one-on-one in the kitchen. the rock dishing on his pancakes and his potential future political plans coming up. but first jennifer aniston is out with a very powerful message this morning. she is taking on the tabloids and abc's lynn say davis is here with more. good morning, linsey. >> reporter: good morning, amy. a quick google search of jennifer aniston and tabloidses and you'll see a rash of headlines about her love life and her body. from, yes, i'm having a baby to pregnant at 40 to pregnant and alone. she's not just calling them out but society to stop buying into the notion that it's okay for young women and girls to be objectified. at first blush the front covers of gossip magazines lead many to think jennifer aniston is pregnant
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but spoiler alert, jennifer aniston is speaking her own truth in the huffing post writing for the record i am not pregnant. what i am is fed up. in a deeply personal op-ed the 47-year-old actress rips into tabloidses for spending time and money obsessing her over stomach and body shaming her saying the reality is the stalking and objectification i've experienced firsthand going on decades now reflects the warped way we calculate a woman's worth. >> since she was married to brad pitt it's always been about is she happy. will she have a baby. >> reporter: the normally private star opens up about what she calls a painful awkwardness when her friends congratulate her over her fake pregnancy. >> now i'm mummy in this play? >> reporter: the "friends" sweetheart told abc's amy robach back in 2013 the constant speculation is frustrating. >> it was in the grocery store and i was laughing. you're literally on the cover. you're pregnant again.
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focus of so many rumors? >> i'm not a fan of it. it's not anything i can get comfortable with. >> reporter: after more than 20 years in the spotlight, all the speculation finally has her speaking up. >> she has simply had enough of this and she has been enlightened to some degree of the idea how women and celebrity are meshed in the tabloids world and wants to call it out. >> reporter: aniston says it's time to change the narrative to empower young women, not objectify them writing we are complete with or without a mate, with or without a child. we get to decide for ourselves what is beautiful when it comes to our bodies. and she goes on to write we get to determine our own happily ever after for ourselves and says she needs to tell herselves the tabloids are like comic books but now she realizes the harm in it. so amen, sister. really powerful. >> i'm all about. words do have an impact so i'm flat she's speaking out. >> especially for young women. >>
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out ♪ and one, and two. back now with a new way to get in shape where it's about focusing on how you feel, not how many calories you burn. promising to take the guilt out of working out. mara, you are here to explain. you've been working out hard. >> can i talk and workout? no pain, no gain. i need to catch my breath. there's a new fitness craze. the new rules. there are no rules, focus on what makes you feel good and what makes you happy. ♪ >> reporter: working off that doughnut on the treadmill. paying for that pizza on the elliptical. we've all done it, working out just to work off what we've eaten. but now a viral post by refinery29 writer kelsey miller says, stop using exercise as a punishment and start using rational fitness. what is rational fitness. >> it's basically the common sense way to exercise. so we're
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out of the ee quake and not punishing ourselves. not counting calories instead focusing on activities that we enjoy doing, that we have fun doing. ♪ >> reporter: that's right. no rules and no calculations, just focusing on health and feeling good. >> it's about focusing on the wonderful things that exercise does for you, so it makes you healthier, it helps you sleep. it gives you less pain and a better mood and makes you live longer. ♪ >> reporter: rational fitness rule number one, there are no rules. any way you move your body counts whether it's throwing a frisbee, a quick stretch tricep dips, push-ups throwing a ball around. or anything else that makes you feel good. >> but if you are a freak like me who loves burpees, you can do those all day building strength, a way to enjoy movement instead of feeling like it's something you have to do. >> yes. >> and a better mood. y
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>> rational fitness is really about the mental, the emotional aspects of fitness just as much as the physical. the idea being we really need to prioritize those things too. they are important. >> they are very important. i'm so happy for you. i see the glow and you have -- this has been a journey for you. i read your book. >> yes. >> "thinprired." i didn't discover fitness until late in life. this is a gift. >> some people say it's not for me. >> first something is better than nothing. don't think you'll go out and run a marathon. just get started with whatever you can do. of course, you should check with your doctor, second, know yourself. don't fight your personality. go with what works with you. >> let's check with kristi molinaro. how are you? >> good. >> some wonderful exercises. how do you find what's best for you, what makes you happy. >> i think the most important thing is trying out a lot of different things. there's no one right activity for everybody. you have to find something you like. if you don't like it you won't tick with
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start moving and then when you find the thing that's right you'll stick with it. >> when you are moving you feel better, whatever the small -- >> the endorphin, everything, it's amazing. >> what is it? you really like -- you guys like the burpee too. >> i love something that everybody hates which is the burpee. they are hard but they're so good for. you don't need to do that many. >> do you want to show us how it's done. >> we'll show you can go all the way to the floor. today we'll go to a push-up and come down to the floor then we'll step or jump back, do a push-up then step and jump back. >> combines so many. >> gets your heart rate up. works your core, arm, legs, everything. >> and one and two and three, go. there you go. >> ready? >> wonderful. try it. you mastered it. like you say you don't have to do that many because they're so good for you. >> you mentioned the endorphins,
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makes me so good. you get that endorphin high you can conquer the world. >> economy sister dorothy said i've been on the machine for 30 minutes and i feel great. that's what she said. i feel great. she feels blessed. >> such a gift. thank you very much. >> ginger, do you still do squats as you brush your teeth. >> not only my four but i added now when i use a q-tip. it got weird, i know but the point is i do them whenever i can. you work out when you can. >> they're still working out. >> yeah, they are. those are hard. let's say good morning to our crowd. hey, guys. how is everybody? so nice to see everybody here this morning but you want to showcase those waterspouts anywhere from close to new orleans to close to parts of florida ft. lauderdale. we got some lauderdales by the sea. there's the severe weather threat and highways are on there in case you're taking your thun today - tomorrow & friday hottest days of the week - typical july weekend with isolated storm ch
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>> anchor: is hot and going to get hotter as the week goes on. >> reporter: yesterday we had highs in the upper 80s. today, well, much on par. upper 80s again. mixture of clouds and sunshine. at times it will seem like the clouds are winning over. scattered showers today. make sure you have the umbrella handy. slow moving afternoon thunderstorms. chances til 7pm high of 104 heat index tomorrow. relief the upcoming weekend but watching for a stray shower or two. >> reporter: nothing out of the ordinary for your commute, we are looking at congestion on the capital beltway, cleared a crash we had in oxon hill on the inner loop, now dealing with a
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pennsylvania avenue. for folks on the mongomery county side, volume delays like the ones here near ritchie marshal broke road. interstate 66. police activity, 395, peter. even though we have a crash reported northbound approaching glebe. we have congestion across the 14th street bridge. melanie. >> anchor: thank you. a vigil will be held for the democratic national committee worker killed over the weekend. he was walking in the bloomingdale neighborhood when he was shot. it may have been a robbery attempt. they're looking for suspects. tonight's vigil begins at 7:00 p.m. at flagler and w streets in northwest. university of maryland police are investigating a spree of armed robberies on campus late last night. the first happened near the hall, then near the queenna's dorm.
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tune in to "gma." i'm here with the rock. we got breakfast. >> there they are, michael and the rock on snapchat. you guys were in the kitchen too. we cannot wait for that on this wednesday morning. >> i can't wait for it either. i mean that was a silly moment we had when i interviewed him but that was awesome. >> we also have style goo relori bergamotto. she's here to teach us how to transform fashion staples into fashion statements starting with that classic white tee. you know, we all have and just going to dress it up. >> we danced around it long enough. dwayne johnson took time out of his busy schedule to talk about pancakes, his passions and whether or not he'd run for president. i got a chance to go one-on-one with him in his kitchen and nothing wa
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i walk in my kitchen then i walk -- how i usually do. >> there you go. >> ladies and gentlemen, i have smelled what the rock is cooking. >> i'm starting to buy into this thing that you know what you're doing. >> his signature dish, pancakes with one special ingredient but more on that later. >> i need you to clock me. >> when chef dwayne "the rock" johnson isn't flipping flapjacks he's flexing his muscles on "ballers." >> you play a former dolphins player who retired, superstar and have to transition to life after football. >> never played a character that is so close to my heart. i live that life. i know what it's like and also know what it's like to transition out of football at a time much like my character in "ballers" where i wasn't ready to give it up. >> being around these players, does it make you miss football? >> oh, yes. >> i can make some calls and hook up. >> tell me the team. >> it's the giants. >> got to be the giants. that's the only one i know. i
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some things that i'm looking at going, hmm, that looks familiar. have you ever had players go, this is hitting a little too close to home. >> cleompletely. always tell me off to the side -- i always tell them let's make "you're so vain" microphone is off, click it off. thank you. >> he's not just a baller in front of the camera with almost 60 million followers he's also the king of social media. you shared on one of your posts about being president. how real was that? >> ah, yeah, well, it's very real. the idea of me being president one day has become a legit thing to some people. as time goes on we take the temperature of the american people and if it is an overwhelming positive strong, we want you to run for president, and if i felt that i can step up to the plate and become a tremendous leader and make a realif
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i would do it. >> i tell you right now, that sounded so presidential i'm like, get the ballot out there but with all these things going on, man, the one thing i love most about you is you really value family. >> sure. >> and you have two daughters. >> yeah. >> you have a teenager and then you have a newborn. >> becoming a father inspired me and motivated me beyond words that i can possibly explain. >> but they have you wrapped around their finger. >> completely wrapped. just a houseful of women. it's all women in the house. only one other man which is my dog hubs. just two dudes. >> two dudes, come on, hobbs. i need another man to hang out with. >> you're still buff. >> it's the lights. >> two things you're passionate about, food and fitness. >> sure. >> so i want to know what is one thing i need in my diet. i need some help. >> the number one thing
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people for whatever reason become adverse to, carbs are your friend. >> i like the way you think. >> come on. carbs are good carbs. >> well you say that, i got something for you. we're going to go in the kitchen and we'll see what the rock is cooking. >> okay. >> let's go. >> on today's menu, pancakes with milk chocolate and bananas. >> is there anything secret -- you don't have to tell us. >> i'm happy to tell you and share it with "good morning america." what's in this is love. >> oh. >> but see here's the thing, you can't just say it like hey, it's love, it's got to be it's love. >> love. >> the world famous rock pancakes. >> oh. >> come on. >> that's good. >> that's really good. so if you can ever corner him in the kitchen make him cook you breakfast. >> i'll be happy to cook for you. >> with love. >> no, i won't.
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are really good because everybody is out here eating them. only put out enough for five. they forgot about me. you know what i love, dwyane is so funny. he called himself rock jemima in the kitchen. a box of mix prepared as directed, a handful of chocolate chips and, of course, dice organic bananas, and the main ingredient, love. >> love. >> as he said. >> that was not a no. >> that was not a no about the presidential run. he's really serious about it. >> all right. >> that's awesome. >> that's awesome. it'll be interesting to keep watching for the future and see how it goes. everybody, make sure you do watch "ballers" season two premieres this sunday night on hbo and, ginger, you stopped eating pancakeses, over to you. >> how about we talk about the eat. the heat advisories and record heat possible in parts of texas especially in the panhandle. look at the numbers. heat
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so many but going into tomorrow, philadelphia will feel like 104 in the afternoon. washington, d.c. even right here in new york city. we're in the heart of it. thunde today - tomorrow & friday hottest days of the week - typical july weekend with isolated storm chances - no big weather changes in sight today: humid. scattered thunderstorms, especially this afternoon and evening. highs: 86-91 feels: 95-99 winds: s 5 mph tonight: warm and very humid. stray shower possible. patchy fog. lows: 71-75 this brought to you by aleve. now sara and i have something exciting to tell you about that's going to change the way you watch abc. it is all happening today on the new version of the abc app. >> in addition to streaming your favorite shows like "gma," of course, "scandal" and "once upon a time" on your phone or abc website we are digging into the abc studio's vault to bring back some classic shows that put their stars on the map like "felicity" and "ellen" to name a few. >> some are exclusive to that
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after a week of pain, anger, fear, heartache, can we heal? now tomorrow night on abc, americans will come together and be heard with the president, a landmark town hall "the president and the people: a national conversation" moderated by david muir and simulcast on espn, freeform and live streaming. what divides us wilt not be solved in a day or an hour but the time to start healing is now, abc tomorrow at 8:00 central. [ cheers and applause ] it is time for a brand-new fashion series reinventing classics. we're showing you how to trons form fashion staples into statements and it's about the classic white tee this morning. here is help us from "good housekeeping" style director lori bergamotto. you're a
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>> oh. >> how? a lot of us go to take it to the gym and how did we make it chic. >> people sleep in it but it gets typecast poorly. you can reinvent it. a lot of women actually have this article in their closet. if you don't we found a affordable one, $20 and like that it has a u neck instead of a v neck or crew neck. i'm excited to show you the look. >> with our three beautiful models, come on out here right now. so we can see it in different ways. the classic white tee. >> oh, my gosh. >> they look great, right. >> for the business. >> this is a very polished look. what you want to remember here, it is the summertime. it's a good alternative to a silk or satin blouse. you lighten up. focus on polished extras like gold buttons like a bag, a point toe shoe and balance the
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informality with jazzier extras. >> i'm like you right now. >> i'm wearing a white tee today so you can see. >> that's one look. jade, you're bringing it. >> how much do we like this? >> yes. >> this look is -- if you tucked it in you could wear it to work but we're saying make it a little edgier for the nighttime and the key to remember with the white t-shirt. don't be afraid to play with the shape. we shape shifted the t-shirt and stirred up the style. we gave her some cuffs here, we knotted it in the front and, robin, one of the best kept fashion secrets like chic women and you are one of them. >> bless you. >> dress monochromatically. doesn't that look instantly chic. >> all the different shades. >> with metallic makes it pop and gives it depth and texture. >> sure does. looking good. pam, now we'll dress it up. >> now we're taking it from the edgy look to something way more elegant. so what we did here is we added a
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do is balance sort of the very diaphanous delicate nature of the t-shirt with something that's a little more gravity and structure. the other thing is we tucked it in, added a choker and any kind of metallic to really elevate it and make it elegant. >> make it elegant. can we hear it for our three models? our young employees here. [cheers and applause] . our young staffers with so much makeup i haven't seen it before. a question from viewers that ask about the white tee. here it is. >> hi, i'm katie from portland, i have three kids and they have lots of white t-shirts, they spill things on them and i will like to know how to get the stains out without the stains turning yellow or purple. >> that's a really good question. >> that is an excellent question. katie, i have two kids and know white tees get stained easily so i asked our experts. three
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to use bleach, a bleach alternative or blueing agent. just google blueing agents if you want to know where to find them. the second one, do not overfill your washtub. i am guilty of this, add a little space so cleanser can work and the clothes can circulate and number three is use the exact amount of detergent. i know it sounds obvious but you know, i'm guilty, you get a little excited, oh, we don't have enough, exact amount makes a difference. >> we economy more is better. >> no, no, it has to be exact amount so check your bottle to see. >> you have our seal of approval. >> ah. i love "good housekeeping." august issue of "good housekeeping" is on newsstances right now, lori, thank you very much. and tomorrow, lori is going to be back to help you upgrade your classic jean jacket but i like what you're doing with your jacket right here. the jean jacket. >> the jean jacket. a staple, tomorrow. >> coming up, oh, my goodness,
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here now with dylan lauren. they call her the candy queen for a good reason the founder of dylan's candy bar in new york and now going everywhere and brought something special. this is the magic candy factory. what is that. >> this is so cool. it's the first 3d gummy printer we are launching at dylan's candy bar and the first in america to have it. it prints candy that's vegan, kosher and dairy-free and prints in five minutes your logo which is "good morning america." personalize it. >> you can personalize, a huge thing especially in candy, everything we do at dylan's candy buy, customers go to our personalized shop and want to design their own invitation or their own party favor, so magic candy factor
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great items that allows to you send in your portrait and go on dylanscandybar.com and see it in vegan candy and send it as a gift. >> you're looking good, george. >> your face in candy. so, you know, personalize something a big thing and so on dyla dylanscandybar.com, people love it and love candy. >> so cool. we love this. got a lot of big treats starting with marbleized popsicles. >> a healthy summer alternative. we're going to make some of them. they are basically you take yogurt ben put honey in it if you want to try. >> the honey first. >> honey and cream. and then you mix it. >> do it really fast. just a little bit of cream and first you mix -- >> i think i used too much cream. >> you know what, i like more honey in mine so it's sweeter and then what you want to do once you're done with that is --
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you will layer in a little bit of the yogurt part in a cup and then what you want to do is layer in any fresh fruit, there's a cup of blueberries we have and a cup of raspberries so just a little -- >> okay. >> just a little bit of that and add another layer of yogurt mixture. >> okay. >> so what you want to do is striped like an american flag. i it tend to like -- >> mix it up. >> mix it up again. and then it ends up looking like this once you stick the popsicle in and you have to obviously have to refrigerate it. >> ridge it from or freeze. >> you'll freeze it and it ends up looking like that. voila. so the next one -- >> you came over to me. what are we making. >> i know you're the candy man. >> i come to your store all the time with my girls. they have the
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everything from your store. >> i appreciate that so this we're making truffle, white chocolate truffles with lemon zest. take butter and white chocolate and you pour some of the heavy cream and corn syrup into the mixture. this is -- then you refrigerate it and then -- and then so this has been done because it's hot out here so it ends up looking like this after an hour refrigeration, you stick your ice cream scooper in, you take a little ball, plop it in sugar and roll it around and forms these beautiful truffles that end up looking like this. they could be white chocolate or lemon zest. >> wow. >> and then it's delicious. they could eat it. >> i agree. it's very delicious. >> look at that. easy to make. >> all so easy. >> i love sweets so it's fruit and sweets, it's healthy and good. >> incredible. now we have fresh watermelon. >> watermelon is big in the
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summer. making watermelon fruit roll-ups. sugar and put it eight cubes of watermelon. don't forget to cover it then you blend it. you want to puree it so that it forms -- it forms a soft puree, ends up looking like this. you want to strain it so all the watermelon seeds come out and puree and juice is left and then this is obviously faster, you take the extra puree and put it on a cheese puff and parchment paper and lay it down one-eighth inch thick and cut it which we could cut it here or in this thing, you roll it on and it's a fruit rollup. do you want to try it? >> cool. >> simple stuff. >> that's incredible. >> all these things are from the magic candy factory are all healthy and sweet. obviously i love candy. >> tastes really good.
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congratulations. >> thank you. have a sweet summer. [ cheers and applause ]
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"good morning america" is brought to you by the u.s. postal service. we make more e-commerce deliveries to home than anyone else in the country. a wonderful sugar high, thanks to this beautiful woman right here, dylan. and we don't want to you forget the espys tonight on abc 8:00,:00 central. mm-mm. >> candy. cloud very humid, here is the forecast >> reporter: yesterday we had
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upper 80s again. mixture of clouds and sunshine. at times it will seem like the clouds are winning over. scattered showers today. make sure you have the umbrella handy. slow moving afternoon thunderstorms. chances til 7pm high of 104 heat index tomorrow. relief the upcoming weekend but watching for a stray shower or two. >> reporter: we're getting better in terms of delays, northbound 39ra # crash reported at glebe, once you get to the 14th street bridge, running into bottlenecking as people merge from the george washington parkway. southbound i270, slow traffic for you, headed into german town. no accidents to report and also the north side of the beltway, heavy, slow, through college park in toward silver spring. back to you. >> anchor: thank you. now some top stories. a road in northeast dc finally back open after flames
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