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good morni good morning, america. new this morning, the trump transition. the president-elect inviting a fierce former critic mitt romney to a meeting at his golf course compound in new jersey. is trump teeing up romney for secretary of state? this as other new appointments come under fire over accusations of racism. plus, what's being called trump's stunning reversal. why he is suddenly settling those trump university fraud cases. casting callout. mike pence's broadway visit to "hamilton" overnight. the vice presi the vice president-elect's divided welcome and the message
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anxious that your new administration will not protect us. >> and we're in the room where it happens. caught on camera, the fiery crash. a plane slams into a parking lot erupting into flames. witnesses scrambling to help. what went wrong here? snowy blast. the first major blizzard of the season pounding the upper midwest. the treacherous driving, trucks and cars overturned. dangerous whiteout conditions and where it's heading now. hey, good hey, good morning, everybody. and let's get it straight out to bedminster township, new jersey. that's where donald trump has his national golf club. it's 40 miles outside of new york city. >> that's where president-elect donald trump has the family compound and where today could
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in the formation of his new administration. >> many of us would love to be a fly on the wall as he sits down with former republican presidential nominee mitt romney who has come out hard against trump in the past few months. he's called him a con man and fraud and now romney is reportedly under consideration for secretary of state. >> let's not forget that trump also said that romney was not a smart man and questioned his mormonism. i best we'll let bygones be bygones. meantime, reactions are pouring in to several new jeff sessions as attorney general and retired general mike flynn for national security adviser. both dealing with accusations of bigotry. we have team coverage this morning, and we do begin with abc's david wright who is in bedminster township for us this morning. hi, david. >> reporter: good morning, paula and dan. this place is home to 1 of 17 golf clubs that donald trump owns around the world but this weekend it is the white house in waiting and it's here in this rural setting that trump will
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a golf course under heavy guard, a private setting for this high stakes summit. the 2012 nominee and the 2016 winner haven't always been diplomatic about each other. >> donald trump is a phony, a fraud. >> he had his shot. he had his shot. he didn't like it when i said he choked like a dog. he choked like a dog. >> reporter: the idea that trump is now courting romney as a possible secretary of state is an early test for the dealmaker president. romney isn't the only candidate. there's also south carolina governor nikki haley. >> well, i won't pretend to have always been president-elect's biggest cheerleader.or i did vote for him and i was absolutely thrilled to see him win. >> reporter: and former new york mayor rudy giuliani who was trump's biggest cheerleader. but who now seems to be struggling to win the job he wants.
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attorney general and congressman mike pompeo for cia director. both jobs offered and approved pending confirmation by the senate. general mike flynn will be national security adviser. no confirmation required. this weekend retreat at what used to be automaker john de lorean's country estate would be a much needed break from fifth avenue. last night the man leading the transition team took a break from the meetings to see the hit broadway show "hamilton." there were boos and some cheers for vice president-elect pence as well as this shoutout from the cast. >> vice president-elect pence, i see you walking out but i hope you will hear us just a few more moments. we, sir, we are the diverse america who are alarmed and anxious that y anxious that your new administration will not protect us, our planet, our children, our parents or defend us and
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but we truly hope that this show has inspired you to uphold our american values and to work on behalf of all of us. >> reporter: the vice president-elect had already ducked out of the theater right after the show but he stood there in the hallway and heard the whole speech apparently. meanwhile, here in bedminster trump has a busy range of meetings today. in addition to romney he is meeting with general james mattis under consideration for secretary of de michele rea, she's the former d.c. schools chief under consideration for the department of education, paula. >> all right. but what a moment there on broadway last night. david, thank you. trump is facing fierce criticism after announcing his choices for attorney general and national security adviser, not to mention his chief strategist steve bannon who opened up in an explosive new interview about his vision for the future of america, and abc's gloria rivera is here with the backlash that team trump is already feeling. gloria, good morning. >> reporter: good morning,
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election and speculation on who will fill out president-elect trump's administration continues to run rampant. his picks for those top three posts and that magazine interview prompting new backlash. this morning president-elect trump's supporters are defending his picks for key positions. three of them under fire for a history of racially charged comments. >> jeff sessions is one of the stalwart conservatives in the senate. he's also been a loyal ally to donald trump throughout this entire campaign. jeff sessions selected for attorney general served as a federal prosecutor before his decades long career on capitol hill and was unopposed in his last election, but claims of racism have followed the conservative who was accused of calling an african-american colleague in the u.s. attorney's office "boy." a charge he denied during this 1986 testimony to the u.s. senate which rejected his confirmation to a federal judgeship. >> i am not a racist.
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still, the chairman of the congressional black caucus calling senator sessions' civil rights record appalling. lieutenant general michael flynn tapped for national security adviser gets high praise for his intelligence work. former cia director mike hayden complimenting flynn saying he has been incredibly successful in the fight against terrorism but he's also been criticized for recent comments tweeting that fear of muslims is rational in this august 2016 speech on islam. a malignant cancer. >> reporter: but trump's most controversial pick may be his chief white house strategist steve bannon. the former head of breitbart media has been vilified as a racist and an anti-semite. charges he denies. but bannon seems to boast about being scorned by his opponents telling "the hollywood reporter" that darkness is good telling the magazine, dick cheney, darth vader, satan,
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instead he argues he is simply a nationalist or an economic nationalist. dan, paula. >> yeah, we're going to talk about steve bannon and much more as the broadcast continues. gloria, thank you. meanwhile, as trump deals with these swirling controversies over his picks for these top jobs, he's also moving to put an older controversy to rest. the president-elect has now agreed to settle several lawsuits from people who claim trump university was a fraud. the new york attorney general calling this a stunning reversal. here's abc's rebecca jarvis. >> this is actually a good one all around. >> reporter: this morning attorneys for president-elect donald trump have settled all three fraud cases against the now defunct trump university for $25 million and no admission of wrongdoing. >> everybody who was enrolled in this school and wants their money back will get over half their money back. >> reporter: new york attorney general eric sneiderman who brought one of the suits against
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trump and a major victory for the more than 6,000 victims of his, quote, fraudulent university. while campaigning, trump vowed to never settle the claims. >> i could have settled it. i just choose to, in fact, when i ran they said why didn't you settle up the case. i don't want >> reporter: his attorneys have long defended the program saying it imparted valuable knowledge and a vast majority of former students were happy with personal interest and his personal beliefs aside and focus on the issues that are facing the country. >> reporter: the allegations of fraud involving trump university were set to make headlines. the trial scheduled to begin later this month before judge gonzalo curiel who trump criticized during his campaign alleging the u.s. born judge was biased because he is the son of mexican immigrants but this morning, it appears those cases will not go to trial. for "good morning america," rebecca jarvis, abc news, new
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>> rebecca, thank you. for more on all this let's bring in bill kristol who is the editor of "the weekly standard" and is also an abc news contributor and joins us from washington. bill, good morning to you. >> good morning. >> let's start with this trump/romney meeting. there is a long history of political rivals making nice after these hard fought campaigns but romney really went pretty far, as we showed. he called trump a con man and a fraud. could he really join the cabinet after saying all of that? >> sure, sure, he could. i mean, i think he would want assurances as secretary of state i assume that's the job he would be interested in and might be offered he would be able to run his department, he would want to talk about some substantive foreign policy issues, he's not going to defend or articulate positions that he thinks are indefensible. but, you know, the media is being a little unfair here. i mean, on the one hand trump is criticized i think correctly in some cases for appointing loyalists who shouldn't perhaps be in the highest positions then he reaches out to mitt romney who is unquestionably qualified for
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critic of trump who doesn't agree with trump on everything and it shows a kind of open-mindedness on trump's part honestly and i think rising to the job perhaps if he makes the offer, same with jim mattis, who i know, retired marine, four-star general, fantastic human being. i don't know that he wants to be secretary of defense. there would have to be a waiver because he's a recent general. if he would advise him i would feel better about a president trump being advised by mitt romney and jim mattis. so, you know, it's a little -- we can all laugh about it and show the clips of romney criticizing trump and remind people that mattis was thinking about running as an independent. i have to applaud him for being more open-minded or broad-handed than i expected. >> you have nikki haley and ted cruz going from his hit list to his hot list. but i want to ask you about the five high-profile job appointments since the election. all white men. and three of them we're talking about sessions, bannon and flynn have been accused of bigotry so, if a member of a minority community, if you're a member of the minority community and you're concerned about a trump presidency, how should you feel about this administration and
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>> i think you should keep an open mind, honestly. t i don't know that -- i don't approve of things bannon has said. i'm not sure i would make flynn my national security adviser. i respect jeff sessions and i think he's getting a bit of a bum rap here but let's see. sessions will testify before the senate in his confirmation. flynn and bannon are in staff positions. i myself think staffers should probably not be giving interviews and speeches as much. let the president be the president and let the cabinet of the administration so i would if -- i mean, i am a trump skeptic obviously but if i were a minority trump skeptic, i would distrust but verify. be very skeptical but he is the president-elect, let's see what he does and see what his policies are and see what he says as president. and maybe some of his aides will move on from where they were a few months or years ago. >> you've paid a price for being a trump skeptic. steve bannon, the controversial
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has gone after you through breitbart quite aggressively. what do you make of the fact that bannon now appears to hold an enormous amount of sway with the incoming president? >> well, bannon thought the kind of conservatism that i had been part of for decades was old fashioned and too timid and not sort of nationalist enough. some of those are legitimate policy differences. sometimes i think he published stuff at breitbart that was unnecessarily not just personal but sort of vitriolic and so forth bu counsel to the president of the united states but, again, it's really going to be what donald trump does and says, not what steve bannon does and says. >> bill kristol, fascinating to watch you walk this line this morning. we'll check back with you throughout this administration. thank you very much. and, paula, over to you. >> thank you, dan. thanks, bill. moving to the fiery scene of a small plane crash. the plane slamming into a parking lot in northeast nevada
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that set off explosions. witnesses capturing these visuals you're seeing. all four people on board were lost. the faa is involved and our eva pilgrim is here with more. good morning, eva. >> reporter: good morning, paula. a fiery plane crash just moments after takeoff into that parking lot across from the airport. this morning we are learning this was a medical transport plane with three crew members and a patient on board. overnight the dramatic aftermath of a fiery plane crash caught on camera. >> we have an explosion at the involving an airplane, ammunition on board. >> reporter: watch as this massive fireball engulfs surrounding cars as the medical transport plane plummeted into a parking lot in nevada. the university hospital reporting a heart patient was on board. >> i heard a bang and then saw the flames. >> reporter: the inferno, setting off explosions as witnesses scramble to find a way to put out the growing flames. firefighters arriving on scene
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and the surrounding vehicles gutted by the intense fire. an faa official telling abc news that the crash is under investigation this morning saying unknown circumstances caused the plane to crash just one mile from the elko airport. american med flight which owns the plane saying it's devastated and it is cooperating with authorities. the fire chief saying there isn't much left of the plane. the ntsb is also investigating this crash. >> so tragic. thanks, eva. >> the video was harrowing. eva, thank you. let's go to the breaking weather news now and a deadly blizzard slamming the upper midwest. whiteout conditions leading to more than 400 crashes, all that weather is now moving east, the forecast from rob in a moment but first let's get it out to abc's phillip mena who is in sioux falls, south dakota, where people have been warned to stay off the roads. phillip, good morning to you. >> reporter: dan, paula, good morning. that's right. yeah, that snowstorm that is now pummeling the upper midwest is no longer here, but here's the
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ice, it is rock hard, and it is coating the roads here making them slick and extremely dangerous. overnight near whiteout conditions blanketing the upper midwest. plows working to clear the roads. on highways and interstates blizzard conditions making it nearly impossible to see. big rigs struggling to gain traction overturning on the side of the road. >> if it gets any worse than this that'll be it for me. >> reporter: drivers pelted by snow and ice. the minnesota state patrol responding to over 440 crashes with at least three deaths so far. winds gusting 50 to 70 miles per hour. on lake superior a lone surfer braving the rough waters trying to catch a perfect wave. >> surfing would be your best bet. if you're wearing the right gear it's totally comfortable. >> reporter: 10 to 18 inches falling in northern minnesota. >> the wind is really, really bad. >> reporter: residents now digging out.
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i actually call this place minnesnowta. >> reporter: well, it has been uncommonly warm this fall and it's not typical to have the first snowstorm of the season hit so close to thanksgiving, but now that it's here, it's hitting hard. dan, paula. >> stay warm, phillip. we all want to know where this storm is headed now so let's send things over to rob. hi, rob. >> hi, paula. to echo what phillip just said a full on blizzard for parts of the upper midwest and it will only strengthen as it traverses the great lakes. the back side, a lot of snow with this and especially as that cold air gets over those warm great lakes. lake-effect snow machine begins cranking today on all lakes and upstate new york especially western new york. lake-effect snow warnings posted through tomorrow and in through monday, as well. but look at the advisories all the way down into the south. big-time wind and cold. everybody is going to get a piece of this. not good for the fire situation there and here's the heavy snow across parts of upstate new
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10 to 20 inches expected. we'll get some snow in some of the higher elevations, as well but those lake-effect snow bands will be focus will be focused on certain spots. windchills, yesterday louisville, 81 degrees. tomorrow morning, it'll feel like in the 20s. that's a serious drop. a shock to the system for sure and that gets all the way do into florida. tallahassee will feel like 28 degrees monday morning. what a start to the day. temperatures are on the cool side but as we warm up through the day it will be pretty quick so i think you're going to enjoy today with a high of 80. lots of sunshine, a front approaching, doesn't move through until after sunset so we stay on the warm side today but that cooler comes in over overnight, reaching lows.
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hour in jackson, michigan, yesterday. so wind -- >> jackson. >> j-town. >> is that where you're from? >> he calls me action jackson all the time. you didn't know i was from jackson, michigan. >> there you go. >> it doesn't surprise me that it's a windy place in a good way. >> are you insinuating that i'm long-winded? >> in a good way. >> is that where it was going? >> we're going to talk about your wolverines and the rest of college football impacted for the first time by -- >> there's a calls her filibuster faris. speaking of ron over to ron. >> good morning to you and filibuster faris, robert and diane. good morning, everyone. we begin in wichita, kansas, where the fbi has now joined the search for the suspect who murdered a mother and kidnapped her newborn baby. the infant, sophia gonzalez, is barely a week old and the mother's boyfriend came home thursday afternoon and found the woman dead of a gunshot wound and the baby missing. officials say they have no idea where baby sophia is and no suspects at this time. and in georgia, a u.s.
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trying to arrest both killed in a shoot-out. officials say a team of marshals was serving a warrant in a rural area outside of savannah, georgia, on friday when the suspect started shooting. deputy commander patrick carothers was killed. the suspect had been accused of trying to kill police officers. and soul and funk singer sharon jones has lost her battle with pan very attic cancer. she was a former prison gua guard & her band the dap-kings built a following with hits as "100 days, 100 nights" and she's profiled in the documentary "miss sharon jones." she was just 60 years of age. the zika virus is no longer a global health emergency but it still poses a serious threat. that word coming from the world health organization despite ending its emergency declaration that w.h.o. says zika is still dangerous and could return to several countries. and pope francis has appointed 17 new cardinals including three americans inducted in a ceremony
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chicago and indianapolis, 13 of the new cardinals are younger than 80 making them eligible to vote at any conclave to choose a successor to pope francis. and finally, a big sudsy mess at a california airport. take a look at this. you're going to see some mounds of foam, not snow, pouring out of a hangar at san jose's airport. creigh crews say a fire suppression system malfunctioned and caused that blob. an environmental cleanup contractor had to be called in to cle or should you say allegedly. >> i have a 2-year-old who would love that. >> love that. >> is that right? >> absolutely. >> 2-year-old? i think -- >> if you could do that around our apartment. >> wait. a moment of honesty. you said your 2-year-old, but i think all of us would love to play in that. >> who wouldn't? dan, no. >> diane is too serious. >> don't pretend to -- >> come on. >> i'm not sure. >> serious. >> they're telling me we're out of time, oddly enough. coming up on "gma" this saturday morning, the woman who's now fighting extradition to hawaii where she's facing murder charges in the death of
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revealing about the sister's relationship. and you work hard for those credit card airline miles, don't you? so what happens if they just disappear? >> i would be distraught. >> you would really? >> i spend a lot of time collecting those miles. >> have you checked to see if they still exist. >> i should. >> if not the abc news fixer is going to step in. >> now you're freaking me up. >> she's going to help you. the fixer's advice coming up. "good morning america" is brought to you by state farm. talk to an agent today at 800-state-farm. ? what if an insurance company wasn't only there when things went wrong? because for every tornado... there's a twister. for every crash... an even bigger collision. and for every tailspin... well, tailspins. state farm understands that getting the most out of life doesn't just mean being there when things go wrong. it's about being here... in all of life's moments.
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good morning. off to a cool start to the day. temperatures warming up quickly. even by 10:00 we'll be near 70.
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we'll have winds that are primarily out of the northwest today. only about 5 to 10 miles per hour so winds shouldn't be a factor. let's say if you plan on a round of golf, things are looking great. with that high of 80 and then the big cooldown behind the front, overnight tonight, check that out, tomorrow morning, temperatures in the upper 40s in tampa. it will be closer to 50 along the coast. but to the north in citrus and sumter counties we're looking at temperatures that to be in the upper 30s. this is going to be our chilliest start to the day, that we've had so far this season. topping out tomorrow at 67 with breezes. then monday morning, even
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welcome ba welcome back to "gma." happening right now president-elect donald trump set to meet with mitt romney today. romney as you may remember aimed some pretty harsh criticism at trump during the campaign. called him unfit for office, trump's team says the meeting wille romney's advice rather than offering him a job at the administration but we shall see. >> yes, we shall. also right now, president obama is in peru this morning for his final meeting of the annual asian pacific summit and is expected to speak with the member nations about global trade and what to expect from the united states when donald trump becomes president in january. and the president getting his pen ready to pardon a turkey at the white house next week. but this bird is going to be just fine without him.
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her owner calls her a therapy turkey and says that her calm demeanor makes her a great companion for the center's residents. some people need meditation. some people just need a therapy turkey, dan. >> if that thing walked into my room, i would freak out. >> i'm not surprised. coming up the man who discovered -- that would freak me out -- discovered his airline miles, the ones he earned were being sent straight into some black hole and couldn't get back 94,000 of them. what happened when he called in the abc news fixer. plus, how to protect your own miles. but first here the woman prosecutors say killed her own twin sister by driving their suv off a cliff. she's now charged with murder. >> alexandria duval faced a judge in a courtroom in new york where she is fighting extradition. back to hawaii and abc's marci gonzalez has the details for us this morning. hi, marci. >> reporter: police say it took two weeks to track her down and that when they found her in upstate new york, she tried to run. now she is denying that and the
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this morning, yoga instructor alexandria duval is back behind bars in new york. >> ms. duval, you're here today with mr. kimlin charged as a fugitive from justice. >> reporter: now fighting extradition to hawaii where she is again charged with second degree murder in the death of her identical twin. >> i also have the indictment that charges you with murder in the second degree. >> reporter: standing before a judge in a bright yellow jumpsuit friday for what her attorney describes as her darkest day. >> her sister was her soul mate. they were as close as two human beings can possibly be. >> they were great business partners that loved each other. they were very dedicated in what they were doing. >> so warrior two and warrior one are very similar. >> reporter: the business partner sisters were driving along a windy road in mawae in may. duval behind the wheel when their suv plunged off a 200-foot cliff killing her sister anastasia in the passenger seat. duval insisted it was a tragic
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called it intentional saying they found evidence the ford explorer accelerated in the final seconds. >> that speed gradually increased over the five-second period. >> reporter: and witnesses describe seeing a scuffle in the vehicle just before the crash leaving friends in disbelief. >> they were as sweet as pie to each other. it just doesn't make sense. >> reporter: duval returned to new york after a maui judge found no probable cause to charge her back in june but in october a grand jury indicted he l week in albany. >> she wasn't attempting to evade detection or anything. she had no idea she had been indicted. >> reporter: and she's being held on $3 million bail and is due back in court for an extradition hearing next month. her attorney said she left hawaii so she could grieve and that's something she's still doing. >> quite a story. we will continue to follow it. marci, thank you. let's get back to the forecast yet again with rob who is over at the weather wall. hey, rob. >> hi, dan.
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fire or the fires i should say across the southeast. raleigh, north raleigh, north carolina, this is the smoke yesterday. take a look. the party rock fire which last 24 hours grown another thousand acres. you can see how it expanded and very, very and very, very dry air here and winds have been gusty and only worse with the next front. fire weather watches up. critical fire danger and red flag warnings for high winds over 30 miles an hour at times so that's not going to help the situation. we did get a tenth of an inch of rain this birmingham, alabama. thank goodness. that breaks a 61-day streak of no rain at all. the drought still devastating in that part of the country. meanwhile, we do have rain and a pretty substantial storm getting into the west coast. this will bring rain for everybody, i think, from washington all the way down into southern california. they certainly will take it, as well. not a whole lot of wind with this and some snow in the mountains so garden variety type of storm that they'll benefit from. college football tonight, oklahoma taking on the mountaineers in morgantown, 32,
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kicking game may be impacted by that sunshine across parts of texas and the oklahoma panhandle. what a gorgeous start to the day. temperatures on the cool side but as we make our way to noon we're going to be warming up significantly. topping out at 80, nice and dry today and much cooler for tomorrow. this weather report is brought to you by ashley home store. spartans are playing today. there's going to be some snow showers there, as well. i believe the wolverines will be playing in the big house. this is the first time all season both college football and the nfl will be impacted by weather. it will be interesting to watch. >> going to be stressful. better send in that therapy turkey. coming up here on "gma," the case of the missing airline miles. 94,000 of them. how the abc news fixer navigated this one and how to make sure
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i am as i've already admitted mildly obsessed with racking up frequent flier miles on my credit card. >> how many do you have? >> a lot. i've been hoarding them. >> what happens if they just disappear into thin air? well, it happened to one man and when he ran into turbulence trying to get them back, he turned to the abc news fixer. ? don sincell sa don sincell says he has the be newspaper in tiny oakland, maryland. to pay the bills he uses a business credit card from barclay card that earns miles allowing don and his wife susie to take some pretty cool trips. >> and all made possible by those cards and those points. >> reporter: a great perk until it all got tripped up. >> something was definitely wrong. >> reporter: don was still spending but his american
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>> i talked to barclay card month after month after month. >> reporter: finally someone at barclay card corrected the glitch that had been sending don's points into a black hole. but 94,000 miles were still missing, more than enough for three cross country round trip flights, and while the customer service reps could see them in the system, no one could put them back. >> it was the epitome of exasperation. you feel totally helpless and you sense they're never going to fix this. >> reporter: so he called in the abc news fixer. our fixer stephanie zimmermann swung into action. >> i wanted to talk to you about what happened. >> reporter: stephanie contacted an executive at barclay card and within days they restored his missing points and promised him 20,000 more just for his trouble. trouble. but what exactly happened? barclay card said the card originally was issued through another bank and when they took over a data error occurred.
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thanked the fixer for bringing it to their attention so how can you stop something like this from happening to you? >> keep good track of your points. there's lots of online tools to track everything you'rering. set a goal so you know what you're saving for and when you'll get it. >> all: it's fixed. thanks, abc news fixer. >> great advice right there and if you have a consumer problem for the abc news fixer, you can find stephanie at she's already recovered $1.8 million for frustrated consumers. maybe she' right here on "gma" -- has to be a consumer problem, dan. >> i got a lot of things i could share with her. >> not personal problems. not your therapy turkey. coming up here on "gma," great advice on how to have a -- speaking of this -- a stress-free holiday and what to do if you feel your temperature rising. expert tips. a new way to feed your chocolate and cookie cravings. ron, do you know where we're going with this? >> there's a hint right there. >> yeah, the delicious details
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diane has delicious details. >> oreo. >> always bring sweets. >> oreo. eo. >> always bring sweets. i'm val, the orange money retirement squirrel from voya. val from voya? yeah, val from voya. quick question, what are voya retirement squirrels doing in my house? we're putting away acorns. you know, to show the importance of saving for the future. so you're sort of like a spokes person? no, i'm more like a metaphor. okay, a spokes-metaphor. no, i'm... you're a spokes-metaphor. yeah. ok. see how voya can help you get organized at it's holiday time, and no fruit is as versatile as our ocean spray cranberries, which is why we're declaring it "the unofficial official fruit of the holidays." the fig's gonna be so bummed. [ chuckles ]
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? ? all right, time for "weekend download. we're coming up on the holidays, the source of joy and sometimes stress over family, travel and expenses so here with quick and ab techniques we've got, empfa seppala, ph.d. author of "the happiness track." thanks for coming in. >> you're welcome. >> so, what is the most basic thing we can do to calm down? >> the very most basic thing you can do is label your emotion. just by acknowledging how you feel either by telling someone or writing it down, you're immediately going to start to calm down. >> yeah, but if we're in an acute situation like we're having an argument with
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>> breathe. breathing deeper and slowing down your exhales will slow your heart rate and blood pressure in minutes. >> you say on a general level one of the sources of relationship conflict is stress. >> that's right because stress makes us self-focused. when we're anxioused we feel focused on me, myself and i. so what you want to do in those moments is focus on the other person. find out how they're doing. what their perspective is. you'll calm down and the relationship will definitely benefit. >> you say finally one often overlooked way to reduce our stress in this time with thanksgiving >> that's right. when we're stressed we tend to focus on the negative but research shows that three times more positive things happen to us every day than negative. so just remembering the things you're thankfu you're thankful for can really make a difference in lowering your stress levels. >> i'm thankful for you. emma seppala author of "the happiness track." if you want to hear more of my interview with emma, check out the 10% happier podcast on or apple
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? ? ? "good morning america" is brought to you by macy's. time for "pop news." the one, the only diane macedo here. >> good morning, everyone. >> sglrng. >> sglrng. "game of thrones" fans out there and i think just everybody is a "game of thrones" fan, well, emilia clarke is going from the seven kingdoms to a galaxy far, far away. "game of thrones" actress best known for her role as khaleesi the mother of dragons is joining the cast of the han donald glover who will play a young lando calrissian and alden ehrenreich who will play han solo. it takes place years before he joins the rebel alliancement. it doesn't have a title but look for a release in spring of 2018. >> it will be a huge hit. >> we'll get the back story on how han solo became han solo. and chewy, of course. have to have chewy. >> always curious about chewy. >> in the market for that. >> everybody is. >> your thirst will be --
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well, and it's official. justin bieber has now joined the list of performers for the american music awards. the singer will hit the stage from his purpose tour in zurich, switzerland. this marks his sixth time performing for the awards show and he's no stranger to the ama podium either. he's already won eight american music awards and is nominated this year for five more. so don't forget to tune in to abc sunday night at 8:00 p.m. jay pharoah is co-hosting with supermodel gigi hadid and t o >> love that. can't go wrong. >> i still remember his super bowl halftime performance. that guy is amazing. >> he is fantastic. so talented. britney spears is not performing but she's got some other exciting things going on. she just debuted her new music video for "slumber party." let's take a look. ? i i i ain't gonna sleep tonight ? ? we got some candles hanging from the ceiling ? ? we use our bodies to make our
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video is that the two of them take over this swanky mansion party mansion party in this steamy video where they're having some sort of a slumber party, hence the name of the song. >> with bubbles, i believe. >> bubbles. >> they were going for realism. >> yeah, so she was clearly excited to premiere the video and she told fans to stay up for its 3:00 a.m. release on twitter. fans are now excited too and have been raving about it on social media and already has more than 4 million views but little too steamy, so to speak. >> not safe for the kids? >> i had a lot of slumber parties but i don't remember any of them being like that. >> a little more elaborate than a pillow fight. >> of course, we love sweets here on "pop news." i had to bring you something. >> oreos. >> a cookie and chocolate bar mash-up. the new bars come in two sizes, smaller one has cream filling with pieces of oreo in it.
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go for it. >> if i have that that early in the morning, i will need a therapist. >> dan, people want to see you eat. >> no, they don't. >> you're getting a sneak preview. they're expected to hit stores next year. so now are you more enticed? >> these actually are really good, diane. >> the bigger ones are good. >> the bigger ones? >> the filling. >> all the same. >> well, it's double stuf. i'm a double stuf guy. >> which one? >> this one. >> all right, i'm going to move on to the puppies while you continue sampling the chocolate. because i want to mission pawsible. the adopt-a-thon has been shining a light on our pups that need a home. time to reveal how many dogs we have helped la have helped land for forever families. popular drum roll, please. we have found homes for 3,710 dogs. >> wow. >> now the mission continues till november 22nd so still time but always a good time even after the mission to extend your home to a rescue pup. >> and we're moving on to
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>> adopt a turkey? >> need therapy. >> therapy chocolate. >> therapy chocolate. >> it's all about therapy. >> i think better than a turkey for me anyway. >> i'm trying to avoid an early morning chain spiral. thank you very much for watching "gma" this morning. we'll see you tomorrow morning. here you go. bye. go go good morning, america. the coach here with you. friday night, a busy night in the nba. out west, it's not the warriors, but the clippers that have the best record. and they were on the road. a place they haven't lost, sacramento, deandre jordan, sweet, from cp3.
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they would build a 26-point lead in this game, but sacramento comes back. ty lawson, demarcus cousins, cousins had 38, by the way, lawson hits a three. it's a three-point game, but here up four, turnover, clippers hit free throws and win by six. speaking of the golden state warriors in boston to take on the celtics. kevin durant, first time in boston since they tried to game. perfect on contested shots. he had 23 on the night. and apparently took about eight steps there, no travel called and he's like, yeah, whatever. they don't call it, it's all good. 17-point lead. it would get worse. steph, by the way, just 16, klay thompson led the way with 28. that'll do it for now. a busy day of college football.
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and you know what time it is. i. and you know what time it is. hey! is this enough? a little more... grandma! there you go... there's no more room. oh look who's here!
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w's it looking? 20 more minutes... 8, 9... we need 1 more yes... let's enjoy. we need more rolls there was a little girl, and she became friends with every animal she met. it's getting late, grandma should go. one more? in the end, all we really need more of, is each other.
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hillsborough. we have a popular park that is closed this and deputies believe there is a bodies buried under sand want we will take you there live for the search. >> a punels pinellasdate off the job and -- deputy off the job. and $6 for a turky. that is a steel. we well till you where you can pick one up for a few dollars.


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