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y29kuy ysty good morning, america. this morning, 20/20 vision. president trump kicking off his re-election campaign with a planned rally in florida this morning as he pledges to pump up the economy. >> we're also here today to celebrate jobs. jobs. >> meanwhile, his new attacks calling the news media the enemy of the american people. plus, mike pence talks tough on russia in his first overseas trip as vice president. monster storm. southern california slammed by torrential rain. roads crumbling. this fire truck tumbling into a sinkhole. stranded motorists waiting for help. this interstate a muddy swamp. massive trees topled.
storm. another on the way. national murder mystery. the new twist in the assassination of the half brother of north korea's leader. the woman who claims she was tricked into taking part. >> they are deceiving us. >> as north korea refuses to accept new autopsy results. harrison ford's cockpit confusion. his conversation with the control tower the day he had a close call with a passenger jet. >> l.a. helicopter, or l.a. uh helicopter, u sorry. husky eight nine --s if. >> was he confused about what kind of aircraft he was flying. >> hey, good morning, a shot of president trump arriving in west palm beach florida at the winter white house. president trump's mar-a-lago resort where he's waking up this morning and preparing to take a big leap back
zone. >> with his young administration recently moving from crisis to crisis trump is attempting to regain his footing and reclaim the narrative by going into campaign mode. now, he held a campaign-style rally at a boeing plant in south carolina yesterday and later today in central florida he's going to hold an actual campaign rally. that's right just four weeks into his presidency we're already talking about 2020. this day is being organized by his re-election campaign, not by the white house. already in campaign mode. >> meanwhile, this morning vice president mike pence is making his first overseas trip speaking at a security conference in germany and with questions swirling about the trump team's connections to russia pence vowing that the united states will, quote, hold russia accountable. >> there is a whole lot to cover. we begin with abc's mary bruce traveling with the president in west palm beach. mary, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, well, the president has escaped washington as he tries
challenges of his first month in office back in his element talking to voters hitting that economic message that got him elected and always mentioned he's looking ahead just 30 days in and already campaigning for a second term. [ chanting "usa" ] >> reporter: president trump is back on the road. >> we're here today to celebrate american engineering and manufacturing. we're also here today to celebrate jobs, jobs. >> reporter: touring a boeing plant in south carolina touting their new plane. >> the name says it all, dreamliner. great name. >> reporter: just one month after taking office, trump's in campaign mode literally. later today holding his first campaign rally for the 2020 election. and he is setting high expectations. >> i'll be in melbourne, florida. and i heard just heard that the crowds are massive. that want to
>> reporter: a change in venue for the president this weekend but not a change in tone when it comes to the press. trump tweeting the fake news media is not my enemy. it is the enemy of the american people. it comes after he ripped into reporters earlier this week. >> quiet, quiet, quiet. >> reporter: focusing on the press over policy. >> the news is fake, it's all fake news. this is fake news. the press should be ashamed of themselves. >> reporter: meanwhile, vice president pence turns his attention to security. in his first trip overseas pence talking tough as questions mount about the administration's possible ties to russia. >> the united states will continue to hold russia accountable. even as we search for new common ground which as you know president trump believes can be found. >> reporter: hours before, senator john mccain at the same security conference in germany suggesting there's a long road ahead. >> and many respects this administration is in
do. >> reporter: the president is hoping to change the conversation with these events. this is now the third weekend in a row that he has spent here at his mar-a-lago estate, dan and paula. >> mary, thank you. let's bring in amy holmes, a conservative political analyst who works for rasmussen reports. good morning. >> good morning. >> i know you like the conversation on -- >> i did. i like the emphasis. >> you schooled me before so everybody knows. let's start with today's rally. remarkable as we said he's holding a campaign rally organized by his 2020 re-election campaign just a month in. why is he doing this. >> because we're covering it and it's his way to reach the american people through the media. he doesn't have to bring the camera. we're bringing the camera. we're going to be broadcasting it. if you turn on cable news i'm sure it will be full of donald trump delivering his message and as he said in his thursday press conference he said i'm making my case to the american people and the press get to be
seems to be this battle brewing between the press andp. i want to talk about that tweet yesterday, he called the media, quote, the enemy of the american people. do you think this is a blatant undermining of the media and freedom of the press, the first amendment md? >> those are two very separate questions. i do think that it is a tactic on the part of the president to undermine the press and blunt their impact on his administration, all of the negative stories coming out many of which i would say i think are a little half baked. a lot of insinuation, light on fact, very heavy on accusation and donald trump is saying to the american people don't believe everything you read. and you -- guess what, at rasmussen reports we found out a majority of americans say they don't trust the media and think the media is biased against donald trump. your second question, is this an attack on the first amendment and four estate?
an attack on the truth, well, that's up to us toporting it. >> let me ask you about something that's going to be interesting to watch unfold, congress is on break. members going back to their home districts and many holding town halls, a lot of left wing activists are vowing to show up and make noise. not dissimilar to the tea party. are we seeing the beginning of a tea party on the left and is likely to be powerful. >> i think we are and one of the interests reports i saw is that the progressive left is thinking about challenging democrats in primaries. remember, that's what the tea party did to republicans. fielded their own candidates to put republican feet to the fire. you know, this energy that we're seeing the post-election, post-inauguration coming from the progressive left with all the marches and rallies, at first it looked very diffuse like what is the cause. now it's starting to gain focus and if they can field these candidates to challenge democratsou
new tea party in the making. >> perhaps for many years to come. amy holmes from rasmussen, thanks. >> come back. why want to move to our big story, southern california is being slammed about i a major storm. look at this airport in santa barbara. that's an airport where flooding has completely shut down the runway. up to 9 inches of water just one of the many startling images we're seeing and rob is in pacific palisades with more. rob, good morning to you. >> good morning, what a remarkable turnaround from the drought but we've gone way too far in the other direction. one of the worst storms this area has seen in the last decade. over 8 inches falling in santa barbara county and wind gusting and this surf continues to pound the coastline. it is moving down to the south and east, some thunderstorms possible today as the larger storm lumbers onshore and flash
effect at the higher elevations some warnings in the way of snow. as it times out the core into the desert southwest but another storm is lining up sunday night into monday. this one looks potent as well and pointed at central and northern california but it'll have wind and tremendous amount of rain. also could see a half a foot of rain there where we have obviously some infrastructure structures in the oroville dam. flash flooding causing a dangerous commute even some landslides and sinkholes and we find our marci gonzalez near one of those in studio city this morning. good morning, marci. >> reporter: good morning, rob. massive sinkhole more than ten feet deep. so deep it swallowed a van and car and crews busy pulling one of those vehicles out. also, a woman told rescuers she thought she was going to die. the gigantic hole opening
finding the woman standing on her hupside down car as a river of water surrounds her and -- >> there it goes. >> i turned around and the second car fell into the sinkhole. >> reporter: that second driver able to get out of the car before it fell in. the powerful storm also eroding freeways leaving this fire truck dangling off the edge of interstate 15. the firefighters inside escaping before the roadway gave out. around los angeles, other roadways overwhelmed by the floodwaters. forcing drivers to abandon their cars. >> 14a commute from hell. >> reporter: this mountainside giving way threatening homes below. >> there goes the trees. >> oh, the whole -- >> reporter: huge interstates of interstate 138 turning into a muddy swamp. struggling to free stranded
the driver in this car unable to get out before the floodwaters rushed in. a driver in front of them had to be rescued. another man electrocuted by downed power lines. damaging winds ripping the metal off this trailer. massive trees crushing cars. this man barely escaping in time. in huntington beach this man fighting against the heavy winds and rain trying to walk along the pier. during the height of the storm 78,000 customers lost power in los angeles county alone. fortunately the power is on here and they are putting it to good use. you can see still working to pull those vehicles out. incredibly, the woman who was rescued from this hole is expected to be okay. she was taken to a hospital and was last listed in fair condition. >> harrowing. marci, thank you very much for your reporting this morning. we'll turn to the twist in the assassination of the half brother of the north korean leader kim jo
claimed she thought she was taking part in a prank tv show. abc's jennifer eccleston is on the story from our london bureau. jennifer, good morning to you. >> reporter: dan, this morning the investigation into the death of kim jong-nam taking another interesting turn with an international he said/she said raging across several asian nations. this morning, north korea vowing thought to accept the outcome of today's second autopsy of kim jong-nam, the older half brother of dictator kim jong-un. >> they're deceiving us, they are consuming something. >> reporter: complicated by an assortment of asian nations at odds. on friday indonesian officials weighing in on the international murder mystery reporting one suspect is believed to be the victim of a deadly deception. >> the whole story doesn't really work for me. >> reporter: according to the
woman, an indonesian living in malaysia told police she thought she was part of a hidden camera tv show spraying kim jong-nam along with several others in the face for laughs. with no knowledge of the possible dangerous chemicals inside. south korea, however, is calling kim jong-nam's death an assassination by north korean agents. >> the public shouldn't assume that this is a prank. there's every indication based on north korea's history that this was a targeted kill. >> reporter: and overnight a fourth suspect carrying a north korean i.d. was arrested by malaysian police. this morning malaysian authorities are requesting a matching dna sample from family before releasing the body of kim jong-nam and that's unlikely to come from the highly secretistic dynasty. dan and paula in head scratching details for sure. jennifer eccleston, thank you. back at home in
their efforts to find a suspect responsible for murdering two teenage girls and adrienne bankert has more on the story. >> reporter: this morning sorrow turning into frustration and anger. neighbors in delphi, indiana, stunned as the tragic murders of two girls remain unsolved. >> i think it's terrible. makes me sick to my stomach thinking one of my friends died down there. >> reporter: the hunt for whoever killed 13-year-old abigail williams and 14-year-old liberty german entering its sixth day. police looking into hundreds of tips searching this farm house near the crime scene. >> we're checking the cell phones and social media place, we're looking at every possible option. >> reporter: search teams skoufring the majestic trails where the girls were dropped off to go hiking around 1:00 p.m. just after 2:00 liberty snapchats this photo of abbi walking across the bridge. at 3:00 p.m. they were scheduled to be picked up but never returned.
wooded terrain less than a mile away. >> for them to get from there to here, they had to walk. >> reporter: investigators want to speak to the man in this photo believed to have been in the area at the same time as the girls. he may be a witness. this morning only calling him a person of interest. >> we have no suspects at this point in time and we need information. >> reporter: residents in this close-knit city of just about 2,800 are on edge won forring if whoever committed the crime is someone they know. hundreds came out for the search. it's expected a large crowd will attend the girls' viewing which will be held at the delphi high school gym. a heartbreaking and cruel story. i mean, you think about these two little girls and still don't know how they died. >> no suspects yet. thanks very much. >> we are thinking about their families. adrienne, thank you very much. let's get it back to rob who is in pacific palisades cover the big weather story. hey, rob. >> good morning, again, dan. hi, paula.
in what should be sunny california but certainly not this year. not this winter. it has been one for the record books for sure. the waves behind me, you know, this is an area where they do a lot of surfing but not the past couple of days. way too rough. out east, they may be tempted to break out their surfboards. record-breaking temperatures. mid to upper 60s, even 70s in omaha, but a lot will pour off towards the east coast, 15 to 30 degrees above average from myrtle beach all the way up through long island so you have that to look ford. the trend is for that to hang around for the next week or so. >> we are starting out in the 30's this morning, so i heavy coat definitely going to be needed, but make sure you wear short sleeves underneath. a time highs upper 60's to low 70's. average high
48, so 20 degrees above average for this time of year. that warmth is going to do with us on sunday, but incoming cloud cover coming tonight. >> that is the latest from the west coast. as this liquid sunshine continues to fall down. see you in the next half hour with more. dan, paula. >> liquid sunshine. >> got to be optimistic. >> yeah, okay. rob, get back here to new york. we miss you, man. >> rob's cup is always half full? thank you. >> just like ron claiborne. your cup is always half full. >> thanks very much. good morning to you, paula and dan, diane, we'll begin with the centers for disease control and prevention in atlanta where work is stopped at the labs to study some the world's most dangerous germs. the issue air hoses that feed into the special suits the scientists use to protect themselves from pathogens, the hoses may not have been designed for hu
safe hoses to continue critical research. new york jets cornerback darrele revis has turned himself in to face felony charges. this in pittsburgh. revis turning himself in to pittsburgh police friday evening. investigators say he and a friend got into that fight when two men refused to stop recording them on a cell phone. and some air force jets rattled residents in south florida friday night with sonic booms. security cams ra in broward county capturing that sound around 7:00 p.m. friday night. a plane was flying toward restricted airspace near the president's private club, mar-a-lago. the air force sent two fighters jets to investigate. they caused the sonic booms on the way. the wayward private plane eventually flew away from restricted airspace. in australia a man was attacked by a shark and critically injured. the 26-year-old was s
bitten on the leg by that shark. this happened saturday. friends pulled him onto their boat and applied a tourniquet. he underwent surgery. a man in pennsylvania returned an overdue library book, 75 years late. robert lockman found the book. it was called "5% happier," isn't that odd, no, it was called "val rides the oregon trail" when he was cleaning out his basement. he thinks his dad checked it out. the due date five days before the attack on pearl harbor. he thinks his dad forgot about it since the war was going on. the late fine would add up to $550 so they'll let it go. >> it was 75% overdue. >> that's a good excuse,
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welcome back to "gma" on a saturday morning. happening right now, campaign mode. president trump preparing to hold a campaign rally in florida organized by his 2020 re-election campaign. meanwhile, he's taking another shot at the press tweeting they are the enemy of the american people. also right now differing immigration policies in arizona. the maricopa county sheriff's office says it will no longer hole people as a courtesy for immigration and customs enforcement but in florida commissioners for miami date county voted to uphold the mayor's order to cooperate with immigration officials. columbia university is apologizing for a mistake that probably crushed a lot of would-be students. on wednesday night the ivy
hundreds of applicants telling them they had been accepted and then a little over an hour later what happens? the school sends another round of e-mails. >> it was a joke. >> not a joke, it was a whoops, 277 of those people telling them the first message was a mistake. >> not cool. >> not cool. >> i know. >> can you imagine? not the worst mistake. in 2009 u.c. san diego sent out 28,000, 277 or 28. >> are they supposed to honor it? >> ivy league, doesn't adhere to those. >> as we see with the spectacle that ron claiborne who is an ivy league grad himself never plays by the rules. >> i didn't know that. coming up on "gma," nba stars in new orleans for the all-star weekend, their full-court press to help regions devastated by a recent tornado coming up. b
questions over harrison ford's actions when he was at the controls of his private plane. >> he mistakenly landed on the taxiway instead of the runway and flew over a passenger jet that was getting ready to take off and diane is here with more on his transmissions to the radio tower that day. >> well, good morning to you all. we're now learning that close call with that passenger jet and landing in the wrong location weren't ford's only mix-ups that day. new audio of the moments leading up to the landing shows a number of other odd mistakes including ford calling in to the wrong tower and then mistakenly identifying his plane as a helicopter. this morning, new audio reportings reveal harrison ford's day in the air hey have been troubled from the start. hisser in brush with a jetliner began with this conversation between ford and the santa monica control tower. >> husky niner hotel uniform contact los angeles tower, good day. >> thanks for your help. >> reporter: moments later ford who also flies a helicopter
mistakenly identifies his aircraft. >> l.a. helicopter, or la, uh helicopter. sorry, husky eight nine hotel uniform is -- >> husky niner hotel uniform still with the santa monica tower l.a. tower on 119.8. >> reporter: preparing to land in orange county calls out the runway but lines up to a taxiway and flies over a 737 with more than 100 passengers on board. >> the fact that we have mistakes in the beginning of the flight and we have a very serious mistake at the end of the flight which did put some people in jeopardy, the faa will want to know what was really going on here? >> kid, i've flown from one side of this galaxy to the other. >> reporter: it ended with a safe landing but now the faa is investigating the "star wars" and "indiana jones" star. >> i didn't know you could fly a plane. >> fly, yes. land, no. >> reporter: in 2015 the veteran
he crash landed a vintage world war ii plane on a don't monica golf course. >> 53-178 engine failure. immediate return. >> hope he's going to make it. >> reporter: he shattered his pelvis and ankle in the crash. luckily no one was injured in this latest landing but our aviation expert steve ganyard calling it concerning and says the faa will have to determine was there a bad day or something more serious going on hery a lot of questions obviously still left unanswered. >> he's not commenting. >> he has not commented yet. people are speculating, of course, and he does -- he operates not only a helicopter but several other aircraft so it could just be a mistake he sort of lost his bearings there for a second but obviously when you have something like this happen, the faa is going to be looking into it to see if there isn't something more serious to be concerned about. >> thank you, appreciate it. let's head back to california where rob marciano is this morning with a look at the national weather.
>> hey, good morning again, paula. the rain coming down lightly.af coming down so heavily and so much sideway, i haven't seen rain like that since i was in a hurricane. tremendous rates coming at rush hour and tearing apart roads. we'll improve things today but we're not quite out of it. it's stretched out all the way down to mexico and up to can did and the heaviest rain will get into arizona. we have flash flood watches posted for phoenix and do see problems mr. doesn't take much to get some issues going and then another couple of storms lined up starting sunday night into monday and these look potent too especially during the day on monday, slamming san francisco, specifically sacramento, oroville, oroville lake, the dam there could see over 5 inches in some spots. this colder so a tremendous amount of snow as well as that pack continues to pile up for skiers up there. maybe seeing avalanche issue, a
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slew of events to catch during this all-star weekend. i suspect ron will be watching. >> ron is covering. the players aren't only focusing on the court. you're here with more on that. >> hello again. >> nine years ago the last time that the nba all-star game was in new orleans. the league started its day of service. players taking off time to meet, greet and help people in the host city. so, once again, some of the top nba stars were out chipping in. this weekend, the nba is showing there's more to all-star weekend than just the game. it's also about community. something local heroes like new orleans pelicans forward anthony davis knows well. heading to one of the neighborhoods devastated by a powerful tornado. >> we had a big old tree that went through the back of our house and like it tore down everything that we had. >> reporter: davis and other nba players out in the rain friday. >> we wanted to be more than ju
we want to be people that people can look up to. >> reporter: working side by side with kids clearing out debris from homes and posing for photos, even dishing out tickets to friday night's celebrity game. the band of celebrity misfits was led by espn's jemele hill and michael smith. >> one, two, three. >> reporter: milwaukee bucks owner showing off old-time moves and mark cuban donning number 46, a possible nod to a presidential run for the "shark tank" star. >> jayson williams off glass. oh. count it. >> yep. >> reporter: halftime both teams taking a break from the competition to have a little fun. >> oh, the mannequin challenge. >> no. >> reporter: from the mannequin challenge to armstrong giving us his best impersonation of superstar james harden. >> hey, hey, hey. >> what is that? hey, what is that? >> reporter: to a surprise fourth quarter appearance by me
football fan jarious robertson showing us he can shake and bake with the best of them. >> oh, my, yes. >> oh, my god, i'm out of here. >> in addition to working on tornado damaged homes players also throwing a basketball clinic for a thousand kids and helped build a playground. players taking a break from the fun and festivities to give back to the people of new orleans and you can catch the all-star game tomorrow at 8:00 p.m. eastern time on tnt. that's awesome. >> one of the great cities in america. they can definitely still use the help. >> absolutely. >> rob is one of the best basketball players in america. you need to be participating in -- >> i'm not rob, by the way. >> i said rob. ron. rob is a good basketball player too but ron claiborne, we want to see you -- >> got you. >> let me say you here, paula faris. >> resting my eyes. >> hey, diane, coming up on "gma," break down all of the best deals of this holiday
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time for weekend download and we'll talk about saving you some money. >> becky worley is here to run down the best presidents' day deals. >> you can expect a bipartisan love of the deal, paula. i'm going to tell you all you need to know in 60 seconds. electronics. some deals not amazing deals. laptops. we see delhomme offering $200 off alienware and dell machines. tvs, last we're models continue their price drop.
savvy shoppers may find a deal on tvs. next mattresses. get this, there are three months of the year when mattresses go on sale, february, may and september. so you can expect 20 to 40% off on mattresses this presidents' day but here's the pro tip. haggle hard to get free items like pillows and sheets. finally, this is the start of what retailers call a shoulder season means winter and summer items are discounted so look for sales on jackets, sweaters, boots, for example, ugg has a big sale going on and then looking forward to summer, yes, i am looking forward to summer. outdoor items like barbecues or lawn furniture. if you see them in tock they'll probably be discounted so there you go. go forth and shop this presidents' day weekend. >> go forth and shop and go forth and think about summer and barbecues. "pop news" is next with d
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♪ "good morning america" is brought to you by pfizer. >> that's rob. >> time for "pop news." diane. >> we are kicking off -- >> i mean, come on. >> mistaken identity. >> we are kicking off "pop news" with some investigative journalism. pay close attention. we may have a new clue to the plot of the newest "star wars" installment. ever since they announced "the last jedi" fans have been figuring out does that mean last jedi singular or plural? does it refer to luke skywalker or rey or both of them. however, it turns out the title is not so vague when translated to other languages and the movie's official italian facebook page indicates it's plural. >> ooh. >> same goes for the french and spanish
also indicates plural. >> an "s" on that. >> still unsure exactly who they're referring to. >> you can't say jedis. >> no, its upjedi or two jedis. >> like moose. >> like deer. >> we went over this geese, goose, moose aren't meese though. >> the movie comes out december 15. >> great job. also some major news this morning on "the lion king" remake. jon favreau heading up the new live action adaptation is revealing the names two of cast members. he tweeted out this picture of donald glover who will play the role of simba. >> he is amazing. >> and check this one out, moments later he tweeted looking forward to working with this legend, #mufasa. >> james earl jones will be back in the iconic role and really who else could possibly
mufasa after we've gotten so used to hearing him do that. >> he was great at that and james glover "atlanta," fabulous. >> he did "the jungle book" and "beauty and the beast" and this is the new live action one to look forward to. fifth graders at harry russell elementary school got a huge surprise. their science teacher jason seifert not only confessed his love for their teacher but popped the question. >> i am completely in love with her. i was wondering if miss barker would like to become mrs mrs. seifert. >> the class goes wild. >> understatement. and the crowd goes wild, right? jason said that he thought class was the best place to propose because it's where they first met and fell in love. how sw
>> they're basking in it all. >> he could have written on the board, a squared plus b squared equals we squared. >> he was never good at math. see you back here tomorrow morning. >> this saturday morning we are off to a little bit of a chilly start in the area, so a heavy coat is still needed. but definitely where short sleeves underneath your upper six is too low 70's today for some, especially south of the metro. increasing clouds coming later
morning. 50's. eck out tomorrow's daytime highs, looking at the 60's, once sunshine in the afternoon. schedule in those outdoor activities. 's day,ead into president it's going to be cooler, about a 10 degree difference. take a look at our extended forecast. -- overnightight lows coming up. it will be filling -- feeling warmer in the morning. there's a chance for wet weather as another front pushes through thursday to friday. temperatures in the mid 50's. we are not looking at extreme cold next week.
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