Skip to main content

tv   Good Morning America Weekend Edition  ABC  January 7, 2018 8:00am-9:00am EST

8:00 am
good morning, america. this morning, fired up. president donald trump lashing out over "fire and fury." and its unflattering portrayal of his presidency. >> i consider it a work of fiction. >> as he fields questions on the russia investigation and opens the door for talks to north korea. his wide-ranging responses incolliding the border wall and daca. as gop leaders plot a plan for the new year. happening right now. going nowhere. passengers at new york city's jfk airport stranded. the situation chaotic this morning. >> it's like "the hunger games" over here. >> a sea of bags waiting to be
8:01 am
claimed from passengers stuck on planes for hours. some inbound flights turned away. >> we have to return to frankfurt because jfk won't accept us today. >> coming up, a welcome warmup. and turbulent trip. the massive cruise ship battered by this week's ferocious storm. >> terrified. they were all crying. people had life vests on. >> pool water spilling over. staircases soaked. passengers demanding answers. what the ship's company is saying this morning. and the big college football showdown. georgia and alabama, ready to go head to head with master versus apprentice. and the young quarterbacks eyeing victory. "gma" live at the stadium this morning. good sunday morning, everyone. we hope you're inside someplace warm and safe.
8:02 am
president trump is at camp david this morning. on saturday, we saw a rare and wide-ranging exchange between him and reporters. trump defending his mental stability. standing firm on his border wall. and opening the door with the leader of north korea to talks who he has called little rocket man. >> it was extraordinary. we'll dive deeply into all the news from the president coming up. but we want to start with a developing story this morning at one of america's biggest airports. there are long lines and angry crowds at new york's kennedy airport right now. >> it's sunday morning. the airport is still struggling to catch up after the so called bomb cyclone snowstorm on thursday. jfk forced to reject some international flights. some from germany. passengers have been stranded for days. many of them furious. some sleeping on the ground. including this person sleeping on a heating vent. you have to stay warm. >> i guess. the -- infuriating images don't stop there. look at the sea of unclaimed luggage. the person who pos
8:03 am
information anywhere. let's get to erielle reshef at kennedy with much more. good morning. >> reporter: hey, paula and dan. the airport is still slammed this morning. but trying to get back to normal. over the past few days, passengers so frustrated, some have started to use the hashtag jfk chaos. this morning, a turbulent travel experience for passengers as new york's jfk airport struggles with widespread cancellations and days. >> i have been suck since friday owstorm and the brutal deep freeze blamed for a major backlog. leaving all gates occupied. >> we have to return to frankfurt because jfk won't accept us today. >> reporter: at least 12 international flights diverted or forced to turn around. on several planes, the log jam turning into several hours wait tong tarmac. >> it's hours on the plane. >> reporter: according to the passenger protections,
8:04 am
a hard time limit of three hours. except in specific cases regarding safety, security, and air traffic control-related reasons. >> the management of jfk knew they were becoming overwhelmed, why weren't the planes diverted earlier in it's dangerous to have people waiting so long. >> reporter: after two hours on the tarmac, airlines have to provide adequate food and water. the airlines could risk fines from the government for not complying. they're monitoring long tarmac delays at jfk and will make a decision on monday whether or not to take action. >> real questions need to be asked about where were the contingency plans? why did the contingency plans fail? why was jfk not able to deal with the cascading failures as the storm went on? >> reporter: inside jfk, passengers experiencing massive baggage delays. the luggage steadily piling up. >> we were on the plane for four hours. longer than the flight itself. then we had to wait another three or four hours for our actual bags to come in. >> reporter: and this close call
8:05 am
a china southern airlines plane and a kuw airks it airways flight colliding on the run way. >> it's like "the hunger games" over here. people trying to get the one last sup ofl seats. >> reporter: those disruptions hampering travel for some celebrities. actress catherine zeta-jones posting that her flight was canceled on the way to tonight opposite golden globes. the port authority saying most rrier.e, check with your get on dan? paula? >> i hope "the hunger games" vibe subsides. erielle, thank you. >> thank you. now to politics. a flurry of headlines emanating out of camp david. where to the -- where president trump spoke to reporters. >> among the major story lines, the president felt compelled to defend his mental stability. we have team coverage. we're going to begin at the white house and abc's david wright. david, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning,
8:06 am
and dan. "fire and fury." that continues to be the president's reaction to the book. not just the title. the president launched into a tweet storm. he even lambasted the author and his book at an impromptu news conference. >> thank you very much. it's great to have you at camp david. a very special lace. >> reporter: on one of the coldest days of the year, president trump was boiling mad about the new book by journalist michael wolff and its disparaging look at trump's first year in office. >> i consider it a work of fiction. i think it's a disgrace that someone is able to do something like that. the libel laws are weak in the country. if they were strong, it would be very helpful. you wouldn't have things like that happen, where you can say whatever comes to your head. >> reporter: the president took particular issue with the assertion that trump's own colleagues view him as mentally unstable. actually, throughout my life, my two greatest assets have been mental stability and being, like, really smart. trump tweete
8:07 am
successful businessman to top tv star to president of the united states on my first try. i think that would qualify as not smart but genius. and a very stable genius at that. >> i went to the best colleges. or college. i went to a -- i had a situation where i was a very excellent student. came out and made billions and billions of dollars. >> reporter: the president insisted he never sat down for an interview with wolff and blamed his former chief strategist for allowing him into the west wing. >> i guess sloppy steve brought him in the white house quite a bit. that's one of those things, i guess that's why sloppy steve is look for a job. >> reporter: he downplayed the investigation by special counsel robert mueller. >> everything i have done has been proper. >> reporter: once again, insisting there was no collusion between his campaign and the russians. >> i guess the collusion now is dead. everyone found that after a year of study, there's been absolutely n
8:08 am
russians. >> reporter: the president went on to say that the russia investigation is bad for the country. that it makes the country look foolish. he's hoping it's going to wrap up soon. that may be wishful thinking. paula and dan? >> wide ranging topics. the president saying he's willing to negotiate with democrats on daca. there's a big caveat, right? >> reporter: that's right. he says he'll negotiate with them on daca, but that his precondition is he wants money for his border wall. they have asked for $18 billion in the first go round. the democrats have said that is a nonstarter. >> meanwhile, hundreds of thousands of young people brought here as children by their parents illegally, their fate hangs in the balance. david wright, thank you very much. another subject. the standoff with north korea. just days ago, trump taunted kim jong-un saying he, trump, has the bigger nuclear button. now the president says he's open to talks. >> he adds that kim jong-un
8:09 am
martha raddatz is in south korea with the latest. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, dan and paula. we're just miles from the north korean border. you can see those military-type bunkers behind me. the talks will take place along that border. just days from now. ♪ with just two days left until north and south korea sit down to discuss the north's participation in the olympic games, president trump giving his blessing. >> if something can happen and something can come out of those talks, that would be a great thing for all of humanity. >> reporter: a meeting, president trump, from camp david, says is a result of his tough talk. >> if i weren't involved, they wouldn't be talking about olympics right now. he knows i'm not messing around. >> reporter: despite trump's threats, taunts, and show of force, kim jong-un is close to perfecting a nuclear-tipped missile that could potentially hit the u.s.
8:10 am
american negotiators unless the north agrees to end its nuclear program. he now says, he's willing to talk to kim. >> i always believe in talking. >> reporter: and there was no one we talked to in south korea who didn't support talks. the fear of war here is constant. the artillery is easily seen from the side of the road. all guns pointing north. the barbed wire. the shelters. the barriers designed to crash on to the roadway if north korean soldiers storm south. but for the moment, says this farmer, there is hope tuesday's dialogue will lead to more. >> translator: hopefully, if the international politics gets better, we want to live in peace. >> reporter: despite optimism about the talks and what president trump is saying there remains concern about what happens next. dan and paula? >> all
8:11 am
reporting from the region. we want to bring in chief anchor george stephanopoulos. let's pick up there with north korea. good morning to you, george. the president told reporters he's open to having talks with kim jong-un. they would come with conditions. he knows kim jong-un should know that he is not messing around. >> though he didn't spell out what the conditions were. it does seem to be some what of a turnaround. they have required north korea to say they will give up their nuclear program before. we seem to be in a new phase. south korea wants to reduce tensions before the winter olympics next month. a significant decision to put off south korean-u.s. military exercises until after the ere does appear to be some kind of reduction in tensions as we head into talks between south korea and north korea. >> except on the president's twitter feed. we saw something extraordinary yesterday. the president of the united
8:12 am
defend his own sanity. in front of reporters and in front of the nation. this has now become a partisan issue with some democrats in congress introducing legislation calling for a mental fitness test for the president. at the end of the day, is anybody's mind going to change? >> you have had several psychiatrists question whether or not the president is fit as well. there's been a long-standing rule or precedent against having psychiatrists diagnose. >> the goldwater rule. >> the goldwater rule. this is extraordinary. the president saying he's a very stable genius. you have the michael wolff book, which has, several people from the president's inner circle, including his own son-in-law, questioning if he has the capacity to handle the job. that question is front and center right now. it's been revealed by this. i don't think it will go away. it's not been only partisan, either. you have bob corker, the republican senator from tennessee, w
8:13 am
the president's capacity for the job in the past. senator lindsey graham. republican. now an ally of the president called him a kook. lots of questions raised and the president's own inner circle. >> it's not like we're on the verge of the cabinet invoking the 25th amendment. >> not even close. not anywhere close to that right now, no. >> the price tag of the wall is reportedly going to be $18 billion. the president says he's not going to extend daca unless democrats agree to the wall. so somewhat the luke likelihood that any of this gets done? >> and the clock is ticking. the government shutdown is approaching on january 19th. the democrats say they want daca included in any bill to keep open the government. i think the big question right now is, is a compromise possible with some kind of border security beef-up that the president can call a wall and the democrats will say is not a wall? i don't know the answer to that question right now. but i think that is what is at the heart of these negotiations. >> it's art of the deati
8:14 am
thank you, george. >> thank you. george has a big show coming up. he'll go one on one with u.s. ambassador to the u.n. nikki haley. and senators sanders and cotton. >> plus the powerhouse "roundtable" breaks down the fallout over the blockbuster book on the trump white house and the president's defense of his fitness to serve. thank you, george. let's send things to ron claiborne with a look at the news headlines. good morning to you, ron. >> good morning, paula faris. and dan harris. >> ron claiborne. breaking news from sweden. we're hearing reports of an explosion outside of a subway station. in the capital city of stockholm. police say a man has been seriously ing juried after pinging up an october from the ground that then exploded. police say the explosion was not terrorist-related. there is a winner in saturday night's powerball lottery drawing. one. a single winning ticket purchased in new hampshire. the jackpot estimated at
8:15 am
million. that's more than half a billion bucks. that winning ticket, matching all six numbers. 12, 29, 30, 33, 61, with a powerball of 26. was sold at reed's ferry market in merrimack. >> that's reed's ferry market. >> i'm not going to touch that one. >> in what sit, merrimakk? did we say that? >> several million dollar winners in connecticut, new jersey. texas. >> why are you telling me? >> maybe you bought one. >> i didn't. i should have. and in pennsylvania. a philadelphia firefighter was killed. he died in the line of duty in a house fire. 11-year veteran matt letourneau was trapped under debris for half an hour. before his fellow firefighters could get to him. the philadelphia fire commissioner issuing a statement saying, quote, our hearts are breaking. we're without words. and astronaut john young, who walk tonight -- walked on the moon and was the first
8:16 am
person to fly into space six times has died. nasa calling young the most experienced astronaut. he died from complications of pneumonia at the age of 87. and in cleveland, some diehard browns football fans, well, they celebrated the the team's perfectly imperfect 0-16 season by staging a protest parade. an estimated 3,000 people. >> they tried. they tried. >> people braving minus 7-degree weather saturday. their message? they don't like the browns management. they have not given up on the team. and their players. also, from football tennessee titans quarterback marcus mariota making nfl playoff history by throwing a touchdown pass to himself. check him out. >> impossible. >> third and goal. mariota. he races to the left. there he comes. not going to get to the end zone. throws a pass, knocked down by darrelle revis. he caught the ball himself. check it out. revis knox it back to mariota. diving into the end zone for a td. actually, that made a difference. the final score, tennessee ti
8:17 am
heck of a play. >> trade that man to the browns. come on the. >> not gonna happen. >> a universal system of justice here. >> they'll get a high draft pick. >> browns would take anybody at this point. >> they have some rebuilding to do. >> they really too. thank you. >> i love the sign in the crowd that says, they tried. >> better to try and fail than fail to try. >> charitable fan. let's check the weather, rob marciano. speaking of football. he's in atlanta where the two top teams in college football are going to face off tomorrow for the championship game. good morning, rob. >> heavy on weather the last week and half. now time to do sports and weather. as you mentioned, we're inside mercedes-benz stadium in atlanta. not to be confused with the mercedes-benz superdome in new orleans, which was restored after hurricane katrina. this building opened shortly after hurricane tom brady destroyed the hopes of the falcons last year. is
8:18 am
football championships here on monday night. espn, 8:00 p.m. more on that in a minute. first, chilly here. 24 outside. new york city, parts of the hudson river freezing over. we haven't seen temperatures like this since 2016. and before that, 2015. both sides on the sides of manhattan there seeing frosty hudson river water. temperatures, some of these are record-breaking this morning. another deep freeze. we are -- we're seeing the light at the end of the tunnel. it's zero in chicago. feels like minus 9 in detroit, we have warming coming. icing potentially. a winter weather advisory up. for the center part of the country. a weak system coming through. temperatures on the roads are freezing. it will be slick. maybe north of atlanta. here's your warmup. milder air, thankfully, coming in for the big
8:19 am
>> and aside from getting to the game here, weather is going to be a nonissue, because we're inside that monster roof covering a 2 million square foot facility where the two teams will square off. 30 stories high, that puppy is. it's a magnificent venue. this is two teams, storied franchises, going to settle their differences right here on this field. it's the matchup many have been waiting for all season long. the alabama crimson tide and the georgia bulldogs.
8:20 am
college football rivals. fighting for this hunk of 24-karat gold, bronze, and steel. and the coveted chance to reign supreme in the s.e.c. alabama claiming its spot last week in a 24-6 win against clemson. >> touchdown! >> reporter: it was georgia that wowed college football fans, securing its berth with this wild double overtime win over the oklahoma sooners. but despite the burning rivalry, alabama fans seem comfortable here in georgia. roll tide. i met the fathers of two alabama players. one making a hopeful prediction. >> alabama. 28. >> reporter: 28. >> georgia, 13. >> i don't care if it's only by one point. a win is a win. right? >> reporter: and i ran into cam and payton. it's time. it's been too long. go dogs. >> go dogs. >> reporter: young georgia fans hanging around the alabama hotel. go deep! oh, intercepted. tomorrow's game is more than just football.
8:21 am
apprentice. the first time bama and the dogs will meet since the 2015 regular season. when georgia head coach, kirby smart, was still an assistant to alabama legend nick saban. then the tale of the 19-year-old quarterbacks. all eyes on georgia freshman jake fromm and alabama sophomore jalen hurts. here we go. for georgia, it's been a long, long time. they're dying for a championship. some would argue it's a home game being in georgia. it's an hour and half to athens. and tuscaloosa not far away. so both teams traveling well to this venue. and it's going the rock 'n' roll here monday night. ron, you may want to know, 24 bars and 1200 beer taps. since you asked. >> thank you for answering my question, rob. >> thanks for ratting him out there. >> rob, your form. the nerf football in the hallway of the hotel, excellent. excellent.
8:22 am
>> he did throw an interception. >> yeah, thank you, paula. >> you're welcome. i'm glad -- if we sent you out of the studio, you're at least indoors this morning. >> usually, we send him somewhere frigid. robert, we'll see you in the next half hour. coming up on "gma," this is a horrible story. the nightmare at sea. passengers caught in the ferocious winter storm. some called it the scariest moment of their lives. and what to expect at the golden globes tonight. as hollywood actors get ready to show solidarity for the me too movement. we're right back on a sunday morning. [ phone rings ] hi, tom. hey, how's the college visit? you remembered. it's good. does it make the short list? you remembered that too. yeah, i'm afraid so. knowing what's important to you... it's okay. this is what we've been planning for.
8:23 am
that's what's important to us. it's why 7 million investors work with edward jones. there's as staying at a magical disney resort hotel. so imagine... complimentary rides to and from the park... even extra time with your family in the park. and now, you can save up to 20% on rooms at select walt disney world resort hotels. so if you're not staying here, just think what you might be missing. hey, need fast try cool mint zantac. it releases a cooling sensation in your mouth and throat. zantac works in as little as 30 minutes. nexium can take 24 hours. try cool mint zantac. no pill relieves heartburn faster. ibut it doesn't always come naturally.
8:24 am
easily. benefiber® healthy shape is a 100% natural prebiotic fiber that's clinically proven to help me feel fuller longer. benefiber® healthy shape. this i can do! new puppy? new food at petsmart, we've got you covered. with a wide assortment of blue buffalo puppy food. formulated to support healthy growth and development. and now, when you spend $50 on blue buffalo puppy products, you'll save $10. petsmart, for the love of pets. subway has a fresh fit menu. with two servings of veggies and 24 grams of whole grains, subway has eight 6-inch subs with 400 calories or less. try the fresh fit menu. only at subway. the toothpaste that helps prevent bleeding gums. if you spit blood when you brush or floss you may have gum problems and could be on the journey to much worse. help stop the journey of gum disease. try parodontax toothpaste. ♪ get ready for centrum micro-workouts. the bottle curl.
8:25 am
n' turn. the stretch n' grab. the gummy squish. centrum micronutrients fuel your body from the inside out. grab a centrum and join in. repeat daily.
8:26 am
tone of the most pristine and beautiful parts -- of the world. but barbara comstock just voted to put it up for sale. why? to pay for tax cuts for billionaires and big corporations. comstock supported donald trump's tax scheme for the wealthy,
8:27 am
and leaving us with the bill. tell barbara comstock we won't stand for selling our wild lands to give billionaires a tax cut. i'm a small business, but i have... big dreams... and big plans. so how do i make the efforts of 8 employees... feel like 50? how can i share new plans virtually? how can i download an e-file? virtual tours? zip-file? really big files? in seconds, not minutes... just like that. like everything... the answer is simple. i'll do what i've always done... dream more, dream faster, and above all... now, i'll dream gig. now more businesses, in more places, can afford to dream gig. comcast, building america's largest gig-speed network. began sunday morning. it is another cold start across the d.c. area. we broke a few records this morning
8:28 am
airport. reagan national coming a bit short but it is a cold start. the five in baltimore. a good enough to need that extra heavy jacket, scarf, hat, and make that walk with the dog short this morning. a daytime high, so still below freezing. we will enjoy some sunshine. tomorrow, mostly cloudy and a spotty p.m. mix them up especially north of the metro. maybe some freezing rain and possibly some areas of sleet. a nice warm-up for the rest of the week, 60's by friday. z2offz zi0z
8:29 am
y2offy yi0y "what if" more of the came from renewable resources? "what if" the electric grid could detect, fix and even prevent power outages? "what if" our grid were less vulnerable and more secure? "what if" all these "what if"s became a reality? well, they are. at dominion energy, we're completely transforming our power grid and the way we think of energy... move from "what if" to "what's next." dominion energy.
8:30 am
we want to welcome you back to "gma" on a very cold sunday morning. happening right now on the offensive. president donald trump fired up as he meets with reporters. the president defending his mental stability. also standing firm on his border wall. and even opening the door to talks with the leader of north korea who he has derided as quote, little rocket man. also happening right now, the largest automotive recall in american history has just gotten larger. japanese air bag maker takata adding more than 3 million more air bags to the list of recalled items.
8:31 am
it's affected 19 car companies and 42 million vehicles. and celebrating jerry van dyke. the comic actor and younger brother of dick van dyke has died at the age of 86. jerry van dyke found fame later in life in his emmy-nominated role in the long-running '90s sitcom "coach." >> uncanny how much the two of them look-a-like. >> i remember "coach." >> you do? >> yeah, i'm old. >> you're not. we start with the cruise ship nightmare for thousands of passengers. >> for many people, it's an infuriating and extraordinary story. they were heading home to new york after a vacation in the bahamas when they sailed right into the fierce winter storm. the so-called "bomb cyclone." eva pilgrim is speaking to some passengers who were not sure they would escape. >> reporter: it was supposed to be a winter escape. a seven-night cruise to the bahama. on the way back,
8:32 am
storm. many passengers on board say they didn't think they would make it back alive. as a powerful bomb cyclone slammed the east coast with snow and whipping winds, a cruise ship sailed right into its path. >> i just sat there, holding my children, like, i can't believe i brought my kids here. and thinking that i don't think we're going to make it back. >> reporter: the norwegian breakaway cruise left the bahamas on tuesday with 4,000 people on board. by wednesday this is what the passengers were facing. hurricane-force winds and huge waves rocking the ship. all that water, flooding in. pouring down the staircase. >> you never want to be on a cruise ship and the water is coming on to the boat. >> reporter: even the water from the pool churning. spilling out. towels at the doors. a downpour outside. black tape put across pictures on the wall, holding them in place. anything not held down, tossed around. some guests not feeling safe in their rooms, moving to the ship's atrium. >> terrified. they were all crng
8:33 am
people had life vests on. >> i knew, if we had to get the life jackets on and evacuate the ship, there was probably no way we were going to make it. >> reporter: finally, friday, hours late for arrival, the ship made it to new york. this morning, many of the passengers want answers. >> i will never understand the fact that they made a choice to take over 4,000 people through a storm. >> reporter: norweigian apologizing to guests saying the ship encountered stronger than forecasted weather conditions. safety of the guests and crew is always our top priority. the ship's captain adjusted the ship's speed and itinerary accordingly to maintain the safest possible route, delaying the ship's arrival. that ship is back out at sea. it was scheduled to leave on friday. that was delayed. it took off yesterday. >> you have to wonder if the explanation/apology is going to
8:34 am
that ship. >> some of those people are talking about trying to get their money back. >> makes no sense that the captain would try to plow the ship right through the storm. >> that's what they're all asking. >> maybe they were not listening to ginger and rob. speaking of rob. it's time for the weather. let's go back to rob in atlanta. hi, rob. >> good morning, again, guys. it's chilly in inside the dome. colder outside. a strong storm there in california. look at this. the water vapor imagery. you see the swirl many the atlanta tick. or pacific. that is where the moisture is coming from. it will roll in quickly. potentially a dangerous situation where the big fires have been. those burn scars. we could see debris flows and flash flooding with all sorts of wind alerts. and watches up with the storms coming in. three, four, maybe five inches of rain. much-needed snow. we're worried about what could happen. across parts of california.
8:35 am
>> this weather report is brought to you by carmax. i'm sure you can get a mercedes-benz. i don't see one inside the stadium. there will be players here, for sure. we'll have an expert. i'm just a weather guy who loves sports. i don't know a whole lot about it. we're going to get maria taylor. she's over there doing a hit for espn. she's going to be here to give us a rundown. of what we can expect from the big game. >> you're not just a weather guy for us. you're a titan. >> not a tennessee titan. just in case you were going to confuse the situation. >> he's objective. >> very objective. >> robert, we'll talk to you more coming up. coming up next here on "gma," why this year's golden globes awards will be quite different. the celebrities literally making a fashion statement. and another kind of fashion statement. would you put your dog in a onesie? >> absolutely. >> dan,
8:36 am
the reason some people are doing it. >> that looks like a swimming outfit. >> like a scuba. >> your dog not your cat or yourself. >> i would put all three in. simultaneously. >> in one. simultaneously. >> in one. take guinea pigs. they're not pigs at all, nor are they from guinea. or take this haircut. i may look all business, but look out... . but there's a party going on back here. kinda misleading, isn't it? well, at carmax, you don't have to worry about being misled. the price online is the same price in the store, which is the same for everyone. even guinea pigs. it's only fair mr. biscuits. only fair. ♪ carmax music sting looking for a hotel that fits... whoooo. ...your budget? tripadvisor now searches over... ...200 sites to find you the... ...hotel you want at the lowest price. grazi, gino! find a price that fits. tripadvisor.
8:37 am
new power... fight back theraflu's powerful new formula to defeat 7 cold and flu symptoms... fast. so you can play on. theraflu expressmax. new power. not all fish oil supplements provide the same omega-3 power. megared advanced triple absorption is absorbed three times better. so one softgel has more omega-3 power than three standard fish oil pills. megared advanced triple absorption. but on the inside, i feel chronic, widespread most people. fibromyalgia may be invisible to others, but my pain is real. fibromyalgia is thought to be caused by overactive nerves. lyrica is believed to calm these nerves.
8:38 am
for some, lyrica delivers effective relief for moderate to even severe fibromyalgia pain. and improves function. lyrica may cause serious allergic reactions, suicidal thoughts or actions. tell your doctor right away if you have these, new or worse depression, unusual changes in mood or behavior, swelling, trouble breathing, rash, hives, blisters, muscle pain with fever, tired feeling, or blurry vision. common side effects: dizziness, sleepiness, weight gain, swelling of hands, legs and feet. don't drink alcohol while taking lyrica. don't drive or use machinery until you know how lyrica affects you. those who've had a drug or alcohol problem may be more likely to misuse lyrica. with less pain, i can do more with my family. talk to your doctor today. see if lyrica can help. before we start, i just want to say
8:39 am
fios, please stay out of the way so your lag doesn't get us all killed, ben. what's so good about fios anyway? uh. what's so great about a 100% fiber-optic network that makes your gaming system actually work awesomely? hey. did you take out the trash? haha, garbage boy! dad, i already took out ben. it's not funny. gaming is best on a 100% fiber-optic network. so get fios. now, just $79.99 per month with a 2-year price guarantee with a 2-year agreement.
8:40 am
welcome back. it's going to be a big night in hollywood tonight. some of its biggest names are preparing to make a very powerful, bold statement. >> the first awards show since the explosion of the me too movement. many celebrities will show solidarity by wearing black. chris connelly is in los angeles with more on what to expect. they're calling this the black carpet this year. >> reporter: that's right, dan. good morning. it was mao zedong who said the revolution is not a dinner party. tonight, the golden globes will attempt to put on both simultaneously. an open bar awards show. and an open rebellion against hollywood's old way of doing business. the 75th golden globes be not be just another awards show. not now. the power and significance of the me too movement in hollywood in full force. >> i think there is a power there that can be reached no other way.
8:41 am
except for when people, you know, fly in formation. >> reporter: women nominees likely to be wearing black. >> it's not about standing out. black levels the playing field. and this is about equality. that's the best way to show it. >> reporter: the intent? to reject the purely decorative and provide a solemn display of solidarity. >> i'm definitely going to be wearing black for the golden globes and standing with the women that are standing up for other women. >> it's a total message of solidarity. support. community within our industry. >> i will be in a black dress and be proud to be standing there with the other actresses. >> reporter: men dressing in black to show their support at the globes. >> it's an honor to be a part of the new wave and new generation of show business. >> reporter: women may be speaking their minds in support of the victims of alleged sexual misconduct by the powerful. >> i think it's a cultural change. >> reporter: women on the film side who may get a say
8:42 am
best actress contenders sally hawkins for "the shape of water." and frances mcdormand for "three billboards outside ebbing, missouri." meryl streep is in the running for her work in "the post." best actress comedy or musical figures to show saoirse ronan. for "lady bird" with greta gerwig many the running for best screen play. best supporting actor may become a major talking point. should it got to "all the money in the world's" christopher plummer, a last-minute substitution by director ridley scott for the now-shamed kevin spacey. and the movie categories, "the shape of water" and "the post" are favorites for drama. while in comedy/musical, it might be "lady bird" or "get out." whether we'll talk about the movies when this is over is unclear. >> an important cultural moment. thank you for quoting mao zedong. doesn't happen often. on "gma." >> we really appreciated that. >> the leastky do. >> all right, chris. enjoy the show tonight. coming up on "good morning america." >> more
8:43 am
morning. >> really? >> i'll be quoting drake. >> we're going back to rob in atlanta. >> i'm going to be quoting drake. >> rob is coming up with a big preview of the college championship game with maria taylor. keep it here. >> right here. when i was too busy with the kids to get a repair estimate. liberty did what? yeah, with liberty mutual all i needed to do to get an estimate was snap a photo of the damage and voila! voila! i wish my insurance company had that... wait! hold it... hold it boys... there's supposed to be three of you... where's your brother? where's your brother? hey, where's charlie? charlie?! you can leave worry behind when liberty stands with you. liberty stands with you™ liberty mutual insurance. with advil's fast relief, you'll ask, "what pulled muscle?" "what headache?" nothing works faster to make pain a distant memory. advil liqui-gels and advil liqui-gels minis. what pain?
8:44 am
ialmost everything. you know, ke 1 i n 10 houses could get hit by an expensive septic disaster. but for only $7 a month, rid-x helps break down waste. avoid a septic disaster with rid-x. when heartburn hits... fight back fast with tums smoothies. it starts dissolving the instant it touches your tongue... and neutralizes stomach acid at the source. ♪ tum tum tum tum... smoothies... only from tums
8:45 am
o tripadvisor compares prices from over 200 booking sites to find the right hotel for you at the lowest price. refreshing, isn't it?. tripadvisor.
8:46 am
let's see who delivers more. comcast business offers fast gig-speeds across our network. verizon doesn't. we offer more complete reliability with up to 8 hours of 4g wireless network backup. verizon, no way. we offer 35 voice features and solutions that grow with your business. verizon, not so much. get internet on our gig-speed network and add voice and tv for $34.90 more per month. call 1-800-501-6000. ♪ welcome back to "gma." inside mercedes-benz stadium. as promised, maria taylor is here. from espn. good morning. >> good morning. it's an early start every single day here. >> it is. the it's going to be a late game tomorrow might where they'll battle it out on the field. i should mention, we're both dressed impartial.
8:47 am
bulldog and you went to georgia. >> i did. >> a tough game for clemson, wasn't it? >> as soon as the clock ticked off, and the kickoff happened, you could see that alabama wasn't playing games. they only allowed 64 rushing yards. something alabama is good at. alabama didn't play in a title game. they had extra time to prepare. >> that's true. you give nick saban time to prepare, he's going to do it. and certainly, they want redemption after last year. your bulldogs won an epic game against the oklahoma sooners. sorry, katie, who is a sooner herself. what was the key there? fromm? >> the biggest key was the true freshman jake fromm holding poise in a time that was very, very, very, very, very exciting. he just kind of stepped up and made play after play. it was the first overtime game in rose bowl history. it stretched on and on. georgia had an endurance. a physicality that wore down oklahoma. >> something about the rose bowl that is great to watch there. but here we go. kirby smart, who left alabama to coach georgia. there's never been a pupil of nick saban to beat him.
8:48 am
is that going to change here monday night? >> i can't say for sure. the numbers don't really lie. nick saban is 11-0 against former assistants. kirby smart spent eight years under saban. he's won four titles with that man. a lot of the reason georgia is here in his second year as head coach is because of what he learned from saban. i wouldn't be surprised. but i don't bet against saban. >> this is a global game for sure. so much attention focused on the quarterbacks. this year, it's the way it should be. >> absolutely. jalen hurts is a sophomore. for alabama. and he was basically one play away -- the defense was one play away from winning a national championship a season ago. against clemson. this year, it's jake fromm the freshman from georgia, leading his team to a national championship. it's like they flip-flopped. we have seen this happen before. >> a theme is good coaches. with a young quarterback. >> boom, there you go. >> thank you, maria.
8:49 am
exciting times here in the atl. great to have you with us. coverage monday night, tomorrow night, 8:00. eastern time. and the big game will happen right here on the field. hang around. we have "pop news" coming up. you ready for that? >> yes. >> "gma" returns in just a minute. "pop news" is next. "gma" returns in just a minute. ♪ music >> tech: ...every minute counts. and you don't have time for a cracked windshield. that's why at safelite, we'll show you exactly when we'll be there. with a replacement you can trust. all done sir. >> grandpa: looks great! >> tech: thanks for choosing safelite. >> grandpa: thank you! >> child: bye! >> tech: bye! saving you time... so you can keep saving the world. >> kids: ♪ safelite repair, safelite replace ♪ achoosnap achoo! snap achoo! achoo! snap snap achoo! achoo! feel a cold coming on? zicam cold remedy nasal swabs shorten colds with a snap, and reduce symptom severity by 45%. shorten your cold with a snap, with zicam.
8:50 am
subway has a fresh fit menu. with two servings of veggies and 24 grams of whole grains, subway has eight 6-inch subs with 400 calories or less. try the fresh fit menu. only at subway. if you spit blood you may have gum problems,s and could be on the journey to much worse. try parodontax toothpaste. it's clinically proven to remove plaque, the main cause of bleeding gums. for healthy gums and strong teeth. leave bleeding gums behind with parodontax toothpaste. one hero was on a mission to save snack time. watch babybel in e great snack rescue. you want a piece of me? good, i'm delicious. creamy, delicious, 100% real cheese. mini babybel. snack a little bigger. fortified.tored. replenished. emerge everyday with emergen-c packed with b vitamins, antioxidants, electrolytes plus more vitamin c than 10 oranges. why not feel this good everyday? emerge and see.
8:51 am
trust #1 doctor recommended dulcolax. use dulcolax tablets for gentle dependable relief. suppositories for relief in minutes. and dulcoease for comfortable relief of hard stools. dulcolax. designed for dependable relief.
8:52 am
8:53 am
♪ so, it's been a great show this morning. but there's one thing that i feel has been missing. we haven't heard enough -- >> adrienne. >> yes. >> some people need more cow bell. we just need more adrienne. >> okay. all right. let me deliver for you, then. family date night for j. lo and a-rod. alex rodriguez. now a "gma" contributor, by the way. they were spotted in prime seats at the staples center in los angeles, where they took their kids to the lakers game. by kids, i mean his ki
8:54 am
together. this is a share on instagram. his daughters, natasha and ella and j. lo's twins, em and max. the group looks to have great time here meeting magic johnson. at one point, it may have been a little much for max. he fell asleep. he was more interested in sleep than the game. very cute. steph curry with the pot. or with the pitcher. the basketball phenomenon has a new commercial for the brita water pitcher company. playing the voice of reason for a guy played by youtube comedian rudy mancuso who has new year's resolutions to change. ♪ first name stephen last name curry he came into my life and everything is less blurry ♪ ♪ steph curry steph curry curry steph steph heppi ihelping me o turning me into the best ♪ >> it's the cheesiest commercial i might have ever seen. it's gotten the attention of a whole new generation. of brita water filters users. curry has a
8:55 am
company. this one caught my attention. betty white is catching attention. because she turns 96 years young this month. >> amazing. >> she reveals her surprising secrets to longevity and happiness. including drink lots of vodka and eat hot dogs. probably in that order. yeah. >> good for her. >> the american heart association recommends that, too. >> don't put the hot dogs in the vodka. >> betty white, she's been around for a minute. still going strong. we're going to listen to her. a poll a few years back named her the most popular and most trusted celebrity among americans, beating out tom hanks. >> if she says eat hot dogs and drink vodka to live a long life, i'm in, betty white. i'm in. >> i'm in. with extra yellow mustard. finally, a lot of us love doggies. we hate the fur they leave behind. check out the shed defender. a lot of folks are against it. looks like they're wearing wet suits. >> yeah. >> i love it.
8:56 am
>> looks like it's painted on. >> it's a stretchy little suit. it's so cute. it has a calming effect on anxious dogs, some say. >> it's like a swaddle. >> if cow can't handle dogs' hair or fur, then don't get a dog. >> or get a hypoallergenic dog. that doesn't shed. or get a cat. >> we could go within with this. but we're out of time. thanks for watching, everybody. good sunday morning. certainly up to a cold start. we broke some record this morning at dulles and bwi airport.
8:57 am
reagan national coming up a bit short but still cold. feel like temperatures a bit higher compared to yesterday. still feels like the teens, so we need an extra layer. today should be the last day for this harsh, harsh cold. southerly wind will become the key component to the forecast as we go forward into the rest of the week. as we start on the monday forecast, the monday drive looking ok, 22 degrees with dry pavement. will be moving through in the afternoon, a spotty northwest mix north of d.c.. i think this will be very low impact because we have a lot of salt on the major roadways. take a look at futurecast, 3:00 in the afternoon, already above the freezing mark. gaithersburg, hagerstown, that is where we could see some
8:58 am
at the onset but should change over to plain old rain. tuesday morning, watch or a few slick spots. morning temperatures around the freezing mark. tuesday's daytime high in the 40's. warmer conditions moving into the area. sunshine as well tuesday afternoon. through the later half of the week, no, this is not a mistake, possibly 60 degrees on friday. with the warmth, we will pay the price for some rain. beneficial rainfall in the area as a moderate drought continues. too many people will be complaining as long a as a moderate drought continues. before we start, i just want to sayl be complaining as long a if anyone still doesn't have fios, please stay out of the way so your lag doesn't get us all killed, ben. what's so good about fios anyway? uh. what's so great about a 100% fiber-optic network that makes your gaming system actually work awesomely? hey. did you take out the trash? haha, garbage boy! dad, i already took out ben. it's not funny.
8:59 am
is best on a 100% fiber-optic network. so get fios. now, just $79.99 per month with a 2-year price guarantee with a 2-year agreement. iand i like these award-winning cheddar puffs. first place. both events? booyah! we're an awards family.
9:00 am
award-winning organic cheddar puffs from aldi. simply smarter shopping. "this week" with george stephanopoulos starts right now. >> fire and fury. >> a never interviewed with him in the white house at all. he was never in the oval office. >> president trump and his team fire back at the explosive new book. >> it's complete fantasy and full of tabloid gossip. >> it's a damning portrait of chaos the white house. michael wolff is also facing fallout. and -- >> everything i have done is 100% properly. that's how i do things. properly. >> how strong is the case? di


info Stream Only

Uploaded by TV Archive on