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tv   Good Morning Washington 430am  ABC  January 12, 2018 4:30am-5:00am EST

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president trump-- lashing out on immigration. and his comments shocking many on capitol hill, and beyond. we have the latest on the growing firestorm. good morning washington. - feeling like spring today (60s); back to winter tomorrow (30s) - have the umbrella today; gusty thunderstorm possible tonight with the front - temperatures crash overnight - cold & dry for the mlk jr. weekend today: unseasonably warm. rain likely. highs: 64-67 winds: s 5-15 mph tonight: rain likely. gusty thunderstorm possible. tumbling temperatures. lows: 30-37 winds: nw 10-15 g 30 mph saturday: decreasing clouds. drastically colder. blustery. highs: 34-37 winds: nw 10-15 g 30 mph
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this morning
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president trump's expletive comments about immigrants from certain countries are sending shockwaves from washington to other corners of the globe...democrats and some republicans are expressing their outrage and dissapointment. all of this as lawmakers are trying to find a way forward with their immigration deal for dreamers... abc's lana zak has more also breaking overnight-- president trump announcing that he is canceling his trip to london, over a real-estate deal.
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announcing that he is canceling his trip to london, over a real-estate deal. the president tweeting last night that the obama-era deal sold the u-s embassy for peanuts. in reality, the embassy deal happened during the bush administration. his comments came shortly after the guardian reported the visit had been called off over the possibility of widespread protests. seven on your side now with a scary incident that happened at a school in burke. a kindergarten student served chocolate milk at lunch-- but when he took a sip, he knew something was very wrong. 6 year old parker tootill alerted the 6 year old parker tootill alerted the
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staff at nativity catholic school, and they pulled all the milk from their lunches. it turns out the school had recieved milk accidentally tainted with a chemical used to clean processing equipment. several children drank that milk and one fell ill. parker's mother eventually called the manufactuer, lehigh valley, who offered to compensate her. the company says operator error lead to the tainted milk shipment and it is retraining its staff. the school is no longer doing business with lehigh valley. we checked and according to ecolab, a world leader in food safety, when that liquid is diluted it shouldn't hurt anyone if ingested. the search for answers continues -- after a patient was abandoned outside a baltimore hospital. we first showed you this yesterday morning. a bystander shot the video -- showing the woman wearing only a hospital gown and socks. she was apparently left there by four
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pushing an empty wheelchair back into the university of maryland medical center. the hospital says it is investigating -- and issued an apology. the hospital hasn't ruled out disciplinary action -- including firing the person responsible. developing now, a college park man - facing charges after admitting to stealing hundreds of items from the national archives. french historian antonin de-hays pleaded guilty yesterday to stealing over 300-dog tags and more from archives in college park. the items were all taken bewteen 2012-and-2017. the thefts were discovered after de-hays gifted a virginia beach museum a dog tag belonging to a former tuskegee airman. de hays now faces a maximum ten years prison sentence.
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still ahead-- a local man found murdered. why his family says a popular app set him up on a date with death.
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- feeling like spring today (60s); back to winter tomorrow (30s) - have the umbrella today; gusty thunderstorm possible tonight with the front - temperatures crash overnight - cold & dry for the mlk jr. weekend today: unseasonably warm. rain likely. highs: 64-67 winds: s 5-15 mph tonight: rain likely. gusty thunderstorm possible. tumbling temperatures. lows: 30-37 winds: nw 10-15 g 30 mph saturday: decreasing clouds. drastically colder. blustery. highs: 34-37 winds: nw 10-15 g 30 mph
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this bubbly brook
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place to visit. but neighbors are not happy, and now federal investigators are getting involved. we'll explain all the hubbub.. coming up.
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aw, you bet i am! the egg white grill. so you can bring on the day.
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came home. police have
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parkway in october as 22-year old marty william mcmillan junior of southeast. he was last seen in april, leaving for a date with a woman he met on the app "plenty of fish." according to a medical examiner, mcmillan was shot and killed inside an apartment in southeast before his body was dumped in prince george's county. a 25-thousand dollar reward is offered in this case. more than a dozen accused members of the ms-13 gang -- indicted in connection with seven murders. several of those victims were high school students on long island. two teenage girls were beated to death when gang members went looking for rival gang members to kill. those indicted also face drug and racketeering charges. the investigation spanned to maryland, virginia,
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an idaho school district - cancelling all activities until monday following recent rise in flu-related absences. the decision coming after 300-students and teachers were out sick this week. now efforts are underway to sanitize every single school in the district. officials saying they are monitoring the situation into the weekend. for now they are asking parents be vigilant. classes are expected to resume as normal on monday. seven's on your side with a bizarre question. would you skip the doctor's visit... in favor of a do-it-yourself pap smear?? the f-d-a is weighing the possibility... as part of an effort to make sure every woman is getting the screening she needs. it's a kit, that would probably cost less than 100 dollars-- but it still needs f-d-a approval.
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test at home, you send your culture to a lab for testing. the f-d-a held a workshop today to discuss the possibility of approving the tests.. but so far, no word if, or when, that could happen. driverless cars are becoming more common. and one car maker is making a bold style decision-- to give passengers more room inside. check this out. general motors is launching a self-driving car without any manual controls. the car doesn't have a steering wheel or gas and brake pedals. it's not clear yet where or when the new vehicles will eventually be deployed. before they can officially be on the market...g-m has to pass safety tests and get approval from the federal government. at xx time for weather. toss to eileen
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- feeling like spring today (60s); back to winter tomorrow (30s) - have the umbrella today; gusty thunderstorm possible tonight with the front - temperatures crash overnight - cold & dry for the mlk jr. weekend today: unseasonably warm. rain likely. highs: 64-67 winds: s 5-15 mph tonight: rain likely. gusty thunderstorm possible. tumbling
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lows: 30-37 winds: nw 10-15 g 30 mph saturday: decreasing clouds. drastically colder. blustery. highs: 34-37 winds: nw 10-15 g 30 mph coming up-- new details about a
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decision to pay one actor millions, while his female co-star made just a few bucks a day. why the studio says-- it's hands were tied.
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demanding answers after a local creek begins overflowing-- with what appears to be soap bubbles. investigators say the creek was clean a few days ago. now there are bubbles everywhere. the epa believes the suds came from a local plant which used to be home to the "dial" company. people say they just want the water tested and cleaned, before it does irreparable damage to the ecosystem. new details about a real-life hollywood story that is making headlines. a movie studio admitting this week that it paid mark wahlberg millions to do reshoots on the film "all the money in the world". meanwhile his co-star, michelle williams, made just 80-bucks a day. now the studio says-- it had to pay wahlberg, or it couldn't replace kevin spacey. according to "usa today" wahlberg's contract gave him veto power over his co-stars. and when the studio decided to edit out kevin spacey, amid sexual misconduct allegations, wahlberg refused to sign off on the move
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neither wahlberg or williams has commented on the story. new developments in the debate over confederate monuments. virginia's house minority leader wants to give cities the authority to remove or alter those memorials. current law bans governments from removing, or changing war memorials. this bill would give cities full rights over what to do with those statues. there is much more coming up on good morning washington. suzanne kennedy.. what are you working on for 5 0-clock.
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comment president trump using a vulgar term to describe immigrants. the new fallout from the remark and what the white house is saying this morning. a d-c man vanishes after arranging an online date. and now months later - devastating news, as his body is found. the new developments in a mysterious case. and bring on the he

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