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find out who that person is and make him friends real quick. good morning, america. impeached again, president trump the first president in u.s. history to be impeached twice. ten republicans join the democrats charging the president with incitement of insurrection for encouraging the mob that attacked the capitol. house speaker nancy pelosi denounces the president as a clear and present danger to the nation. overnight, the president offers a condemnation of the violence. >> no true supporter of mine could ever endorse political violence. >> but democrats put the blame on his shoulders. what's next with just six days left in office? our powerhouse political team breaks it down. nation on alert. security ramping up as authorities fear the potential for more violence is rising. the battleground states they're most concerned about right now, and this morning, the fbi tracking two men allegedly planning to return to d.c. for another attack as joe biden takes office. abc news exclusive.
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jacob blake's first interview since the police shooting that sparked nationwide protests and left him partially paralyzed. going to be a lot of people who look at the video and say in the video you're walking away from the police. so why didn't he just stop and do what the police are asking had him to do? what blake says happened before he was shot -- right in front of two of his children. only on "gma" this morning. full resurgence. a new report finding covid-19 spiking in nearly all metro areas with over 500,000 people as more megamass vaccination sites gear up including yankee stadium. now the states offering the shot to people 65 and older and those with pre-existing conditions, including smoking. plus, when johnson & johnson's single dose vaccine could be authorized. ♪ pump up the jam ♪ and nothing but nets.
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>> harden with a three. >> blockbuster brooklyn deal. james harden on his way to the empire state joining kyrie irving and reuniting with kevin durant. the nba superstar starting lineup that could give lebron and the lakers a run for their money. good morning, america. great to be with you on this thursday morning, as well as it is great to be with robin and george. and i know, george, you had a very busy day yesterday. it was an unprecedented day for the country. >> we are living through a major moment in american history. there is no question about that. the events unfolding in our nation's capitol are stunning. president trump now the first american president to be impeached twice. all of the house democrats and a record ten republicans charging a sitting american president with insurrection against the u.s. government. just one week after the capitol was stormed by rioters you see right there and washington, d.c. now on the highest of alerts.
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more military troops in place to protect the capitol than are currently deployed in the war zones of iraq and afghanistan. >> let that sink in. more are there in d.c. than abroad. donald trump on track to be the first former president to stand trial in the senate because the u.s. senate is on break and return on tuesday which is the earliest that the house can send the article of impeachment for the senate to consider. we know the next day is the inauguration. that would be the first day the senate impeachment trial could begin in earnest. mary bruce starts us off with the latest on the showdown and what's next. good morning, mary. >> reporter: robin, good morning. well, this was impeachment on warp speed and now donald trump is facing one final massive political test, even as he is leaving office. we saw those ten republicans break in the house. the big question now, will the cracks in the gop be enough to convict trump? >> he must go. he is a clear and present danger to the nation that we all love. >> reporter: this morning with just six days left in the white
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house, president trump is waking up as the only president in u.s. history to ever be impeached twice. >> the resolution is adopted. >> reporter: the most bipartisan impeachment ever, ten republicans joining democrats to charge the president with incitement of insurrection for encouraging the mob that attacked the capitol and doing nothing to stop it. one week after the president's supporters stormed congress, republican dan newhouse declaring the president had no excuse for his actions. >> last week there was a domestic threat at the door of the capitol, and he did nothing to stop it. that is why with a heavy heart and clear resolve, i will vote yes on these articles of impeachment. >> reporter: the defection led by the number three republican in the house, liz cheney. she didn't speak out on the floor, but she did give her colleagues cover saying there has never been a greater betrayal by a president of the united states. most republicans were unwilling
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to defend the president's actions, arguing instead that impeachment would further divide the country. even republicans who just last week voted to overturn the election results now calling for unity. >> president trump will be leaving in seven days. this will only bring up the hate and fire more than ever before. >> reporter: democrats furious. >> a police officer was killed, and what i hear is time to heal. he's not even buried yet. >> reporter: insisting that in order to unite the country the president must be held accountable. >> is there little time left? yes. but it is never too late to do the right thing. >> reporter: over and over again democrats placing the blame for the deadly riots squarely on the president. >> who do you think sent them here? >> reporter: in his harshest rebuke yet, kevin mccarthy agreeing with democrats, saying trump is responsible.
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>> the president bears responsibility for wednesday's attack on congress by mob rioters. he should have immediately denounced the mob when he saw what was unfolding. >> reporter: but opposing impeachment arguing for censure instead. the president has still shown no remorse and taken no responsibility for the actions that led to his impeachment. >> we're going to walk down to the capitol because you'll never take back our country with weakness. >> reporter: overnight offering his strongest condemnation yet of the violence. >> no true supporter of mine could ever endorse political violence. no true supporter of mine could ever disrespect law enforcement or our great american flag. >> reporter: but he had no response to his second impeachment. a trial in the senate could now start as soon as january 20th, inauguration day and could dominate the early days of joe biden's administration. the president-elect calling for
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the senate to deal with their constitutional responsibilities on impeachment while also working on the other urgent business of this nation. so we're in a situation where the incoming president is going to be trying to get to work just as the outgoing president is being put on trial in the senate. now, as for whether they will have the votes to convict, the republican leader mitch mcconnell is going to be setting much of the tone. he is still an open question. we know he thinks trump committed an impeachable offense, but he told his members he hasn't made a final decision yet on how he will vote which means of course, that the republican leader mitch mcconnell may be open to convicting president trump. george? >> mary, thanks very much. let's bring in jon karl and cecilia vega. cecelia, let me begin with you. the president hunkered down yesterday watching television finally putting out that video where he spoke about the violence. >> reporter: yeah, he did. we heard mary say there it's among his most forceful condemnations of violence yet. he said mob violence goes against everything he believes.
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but you heard mary say he took no personal responsibility for his role in the insurrection. the video came out a week after the insurrection. the insurrection that, of course, he incited. and he does not do anything to talk about the impeachment at all. so also i'm told this video came after his legal team had brought up the possibility that he could be facing some legal jeopardy for his role in that insurrection. so what's next? i'm told there have been conversations among the small group of aides and allies that remain around him right now about what he could be doing next step, his option going forward. when it comes to resignation, the president asked questions of this group about resignations but ultimately he decided this was a nonstarter and i'm told it's because he doesn't trust mike pence would actually pardon him in that. he also asked about the possibility of him showing up in person to testify in this senate hearing. aides talked him out of that and we're told also, george, that rudy giuliani has been seen around the west wing a lot and he will take the lead in that
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legal defense. >> give everybody a sense of how strange things are inside the white house now. >> reporter: oh, george, it's beyond strange. the president is furious. he watched tv yesterday. he was livid by what he saw. he feels like he's being betrayed by allies like kevin mccarthy. he's so alone and his business empire is taking a hit. aides have quit. cabinet members quit. it's so bad. he's so miserable i'm told people who are left in the west wing, george, are doing everything they can to stay away from him and the oval office, and don't want to have any face-to-face contact. >> cecelia, thanks. jon karl, cecelia just said one of the reasons he's mad that speech by kevin mccarthy, the house republican leader against impeachment but tough on the president, even more troubling for the president that position of mitch mcconnell. >> reporter: yeah, and take mccarthy first. this was a significant moment for donald trump and really a sign of his isolation. kevin mccarthy is somebody who has been incredibly close to donald trump. they speak virtually every day. that's gone. mccarthy bluntly saying that donald trump bears responsibility for that riot calling on him to publicly acknowledge that he bears
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responsibility for that riot. a very strong speech from mccarthy and then you have mcconnell coming out, not ruling out impeachment. and, george, conviction on impeachment, if mcconnell takes that step and mcconnell would actually go forward and vote to convict donald trump, i think there is a very real possibility that you would get 67 votes overall in the senate to actually convict him by that two-thirds majority. >> it will depend on what other news comes out before the trial. and jon, to reflect on donald trump and the republican party at this point, they've lost control of the house and of the senate. deep divisions right now. >> reporter: incredibly deep divisions. look at liz cheney who came out and said that donald trump's betrayal of the constitution was greater than any other president ever. liz cheney immediately started to face blowback and you saw more republicans criticize liz cheney and even call for her to be purged from republican leadership in the house than you saw vote for donald trump's
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impeachment. a real sign of how deep that division is among republicans. >> jon, thanks. let's bring in chief legal analyst dan abrams. dan, give everybody a sense of what a defense of donald trump might look like in that senate trial. seemed more than anything a due process defense. you can't have a snap impeachment this quickly. >> right. you're going to hear snap impeachment without due process. you'll hear can't convict after he's left office and you're going to hear doesn't rise to the level of incitement of insurrection as defined by federal law. of course, you'll hear democrats respond to that saying he absolutely can be tried after he leaves and you don't have to abide by the specific words of the federal law. they'll look more broadly at everything that has happened since the election day. >> and the democrats, what you heard from them yesterday clear and present danger. that's what they believe donald trump is even though he only has six days left in office and that they really had no choice given the severity of what happened last week.
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>> yeah, that's their position, and i think it is going to be very important what happens in this next six days. when you ask the question can he get convicted? will those republicans actually do it? i think in part it's going to depend on what happens. if he engages in self-pardons and tries to pardon sort of random people who didn't deserve it, et cetera, i think all of that, while not specifically relevant to the impeachment, could become relevant in the determination which is ultimately a political one. >> absolutely, dan abrams. thanks very much. michael? >> all right, thank you, george. the nation is on high alert after that siege as thousands of national guard troops patrol the capitol. our chief justice correspondent pierre thomas joins us now with more. in the battle ground state, authorities are more -- most concerned about right now, good morning, pierre. >> reporter: michael, good morning. the new intelligence assessment is blunt. last week's mob attack on the capitol appears to be inspiring
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far right radicals to plan more violence. this morning, nation on alert. with authorities fearing the potential of violence is rising, not only at the inauguration in the nation's capital but in all 50 states. >> there's a major security threat and we are working to mitigate those threats. >> reporter: along with d.c., a most concerned, statehouses in minnesota, michigan, wisconsin and pennsylvania. the fbi also warning that right wing radicals see the january 6th capitol assault as a success and now different groups are coordinating. abc news has learned that the fbi is tracking two men who were part of last week's capitol mob who are allegedly planning to come back for another attack on the nation's capital on inauguration day. one suspect from north carolina was allegedly observed loading ammunition boxes and was in possession of semiautomatic rifles, explosives, a gas mask and bulletproof equipment. 20,000 national guardsmen will be on duty for the inauguration. and security is amped up at
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d.c.'s airports and hotels. airbnb canceling reservations in d.c. for inauguration week. >> we have asked americans not to come to the washington, d.c. event. >> reporter: now new details about just how serious law enforcement officials say the ongoing threats are. cleveland meredith was arrested in d.c. last week, allegedly sent text messages threatening to execute nancy pelosi and d.c. mayor bowser. according to prosecutors meredith was found with multiple firearms and more than 2,500 rounds of ammunition. the fbi is under incredible pressure monitoring scores of suspects as we head down the stretch to the inauguration. we're going to review this morning in the time just before the election until now, there have been 18 suspects arrested and charged for allegedly plotting to kill or kidnap democratic leaders and their supporters. robin? >> 18. all right, pierre, thank you. we turn to the other major
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story, the latest on the covid-19 emergency. the u.s. reporting more than 10 million people have received their first dose of the vaccine. that's out of the 29 million doses that have been distributed so far. this as more vaccine megasites are gearing up to help. stephanie ramos has the latest. >> reporter: this morning, a stark new warning in the battle against covid-19. a white house coronavirus task force report obtained by abc news stating nearly all metro areas over 500,000 persons are in full resurgence. more people dying from the virus in the past week than who died from the flu last year. in massachusetts we got an inside look at a field hospital re-opened at a convention center to handle the surge of patients. there is an entire operation set up on this convention floor. patient rooms set up throughout to treat more than 200 covid patients. the vaccine rollout slowly ramping up. mass vaccination sites opening including yankee stadium in new
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york and disneyland in california. >> today, for many people getting vaccinated, it is truly the happiest place on earth. >> reporter: throughout the country only 10.3 million people have received the first dose of the vaccine. just 10% of the prioritized population and only 3% of the entire country. in mississippi, the department of health says it has now committed their entire vaccine supply, and they're not expected to get more until next month. new york city also running low. >> we will run out of vaccine at some point next week unless we get a major new resupply. >> reporter: california and new jersey opening up vaccinations to people 65 and over. new jersey offering the vaccine to those with pre-existing conditions including smokers. >> smoking puts you at significant risk for an adverse result from covid-19, and there are 2 million smokers in new jersey that fit into this category. >> reporter: and now a new concern. researchers at ohio state university identifying two new variants here in the u.s. that are not related to international
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travel. >> the presence of new virus mutations always raises the possibility of evading either the immunity from prior infections or immunity from vaccination. to date we have no evidence that there's any risk of failure to respond to vaccines. >> reporter: johnson & johnson is expecting results from their phase 3 trial by the end of january. if it's proven to be safe and effective, johnson & johnson's single dose vaccine could be authorized by mid-february with millions of doses ready to go. michael? >> a lot of people excited about that stephanie. thank you so much. turning now to the latest on those big jackpots sparking a lot of excitement. jumping up and down at the desk. no big winner in the powerball drawing and now saturday's drawing will be worth at least $640 million. plus tomorrow's megamillions jackpot if you can't wait till then, that is worth $750
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♪ i got life ♪ welcome back to "gma." that's a live look at the capitol right now after yesterday's historic second impeachment of president trump, the first president ever to be impeached twice. all the house democrats, a record ten republicans charged trump with insurrection against the u.s. government after the riot last week put d.c. and all 50 state capitols on the highest of alerts. >> we'll continue to have much more on that coming up. we continue with the abc news exclusive. jacob blake and his first interview since he was shot and partially paralyzed by a police officer in august. and since then, the kenosha county district attorney announced last week the officers involved will not be charged. and, michael, we know you had a chance to sit down with jacob. >> i had a chance to sit down with him on tuesday, robin.
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jacob blake is a 29-year-old black man who was shot seven times by a white officer in front of two of his children leaving him partially paralyzed, and this morning, he's telling his side of the story for the first time. you didn't resist. >> i resisted to getting beat on and what i mean by that is not falling, not letting them put their hand on my neck. that's all i was thinking honestly. >> reporter: this morning, jacob blake is speaking out for the first time, almost five months after being shot seven times by police, leaving him partially paralyzed. >> i was counting down my breath, my blinks. i was like, god, i'm coming. i guess this is it for me. >> reporter: all this unfolding as his sons watched from the backseat of his car. >> i was like, he's shooting me. i couldn't believe it so i kind of sat down in the car trying to do this, put my hands up because i didn't want him shooting in my face or head or nothing. he just kept shooting, kept shooting. >> what's going through your
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mind? >> my babies are right here, my babies. so after he stops shooting me, i said, daddy love you no matter what. i thought it was going to be the last -- i thought it was going to be the last thing i say to them. thank god it wasn't. >> reporter: the incident once again sparking protests across the country, adding fuel to a fire that had been burning all summer since the police killing of george floyd. >> i didn't want to be the next george floyd. i didn't want to die. >> reporter: it was august 23rd, and blake was at the house of the mother of three of his children. they were celebrating their son's birthday when an argument broke out between booker and a neighbor. >> i just wanted to get them -- i wanted to leave. my son is inside. tears coming out his eyes and he said, daddy, are you sure?
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it's my birthday. i was like, yeah, you know, i was like i'm going -- i'm taking them to the store again, make them forget about all this. >> reporter: as blake prepares to leave, booker calls police. >> what's your emergency? >> i need an officer. jacob blake is here and has keys to a rental that i purchased that i need to take back and he's not trying to release it. >> reporter: police respond to a, quote, family trouble. they're told there's a warrant for blake on domestic violence offenses and sexual assault. what are you doing when they show up? >> at that time i'm walking out. i hadn't done anything. so i didn't feel like they were there for me. >> reporter: blake proceeds to put one of his sons in the car, and that's when he says he felt someone grab his arm. >> took my arm away and human reaction. after i did that, i realized that it was the police and it was like, uh-oh, because when i did that, he slammed me up against the truck. >> before the cop grabbed you, did they say anything to you? >> no. not at all. >> reporter: according to the wisconsin criminal investigation
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report, officer sheskey recalled saying, quote, let's talk about this. he said, blake put his child in the car and turned to face him. sheskey said he grabbed blake's arm to put him under arrest and told blake that he had a warrant. they didn't say why they were there? >> uh-uh. they didn't say anything to me. >> did they tell you they had a warrant for your arrest? >> no. >> reporter: a struggle follows, and police believe blake is reaching for a weapon more than once. blake denies this. police deploy a taser multiple times and blake pulls the taser tongs out of his skin. we see you walk away from the officers after they try to grab you. >> i'm rattled, you know. i realize i had dropped my knife. a little pocketknife. so i picked it up after i got off of him because they tased me and i fell on top of him. >> reporter: with an open knife in hand that blake says fell out
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of his pocket, he walks around the front of the vehicle towards the driver side door. what are you thinking at that point? >> i'm not really worried. i'm walking away from them so it's not like they're going to shoot me. i shouldn't have picked it up, only considering what was going on. at that time i wasn't thinking clearly. >> you were thinking once you get the knife into the car, you were going to just -- >> throw myself to the ground and, you know, put my arms behind my back because if they did it there and killed me there, everybody would see it. >> reporter: according to the wisconsin criminal investigative report, officer sheskey says blake drove the knife down towards his body. blake denies this. he opens the car door and at that moment sheskey grabs the back of his shirt and starts shooting. you said we can look at the video and the video tells everything. going to be a lot of people who look at the video and say in the video you're walking away from the police. so why didn't he just stop and
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do what the police are asking him to do? >> i couldn't hear that. all i heard was screaming, screaming. my ears was ringing so it was all muffled. >> if the police were fighting me, if they were tasing me, i would stop walking away from them and they would have my attention. >> i had not left or tried to run at that point. that when they tased me, i had my hands up. >> reporter: officer sheskey's attorney says blake was given every opportunity to comply, but he chose not to, and insists that, quote, the officers acted according to their training. according to records released in the wisconsin criminal investigation report, in the past blake has been arrested for attempting to flee police and for resisting arrest. these charges were dropped. there are critics who say he's had run-ins with the law in the past. he doesn't deserve sympathy. >> if you're a black person in america and you are not perfect,
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then they say, oh, it was justified. it's like our children have to be angels. >> we know your kids were in the car. have you had any conversations with them about this since it all happened? >> i've explained to them, broke it down to them like daddy can die but for some reason i didn't that day. >> and jacob blake is getting ready to have his 37th surgery. he's in physical rehab four days a week. clearly it is puzzling why he walked away, but it's even more puzzling why he was shot seven times. blake's attorneys will file a civil suit against the kenosha police department. you can see more of my interview tonight on "nightline" and, everybody, we'll be right back.
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back now with the financial fallout for president trump as he prepares to leave office as the only american president impeached twice in the wake of last week's capitol riot. banks and other partners severing their ties with the trump organization and new york city canceled high-profile contracts and rebecca jarvis has the story. good morning, rebecca. >> reporter: good morning, george. one by one, they fall. they are stepping away, backing down like dominos here. from banks to golf organizations to online companies, they are all saying, we are no longer in business with the trump family. this morning, new york city moving to terminate all its contracts with the trump organization following last week's riot at the capitol. >> in light of this criminal
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act, the city of new york has determined that it is within our power to terminate all contracts with the trump organization. >> reporter: the city canceling contracts worth $17 million a year for two ice skating rinks in central park, a carousel, and a golf course. eric trump executive vice president of the trump organization saying the city of new york has no legal right to end our contracts and if they elect to proceed they will owe the trump organization over $30 million. it's the latest in a string of blows to the trump family's business empire. the pga announcing it has canceled plans to host an upcoming championship at trump's golf club. >> it's become clear that conducting the pga championship at trump bedminster would be detrimental to the pga brand.
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>> reporter: even the president's bank reportedly severing ties. according to bloomberg, deutsche bank has decided to stop working with him in the future. the trump organization reportedly owes the german bank $340 million on three loans which are due in 2023 and 2024. trump putting his name on casinos, vodka, steaks, a failed airline, even a board game. >> because it's not whether you win or lose. it's whether you win. >> reporter: "the apprentice" making him a household name and reportedly making him more than $400 million -- >> you're fired. >> reporter: but after he was elected president, a nation divided. his name stripped from several hotels and condominiums in manhattan. mar-a-lago losing millions in revenue dropping from $25 million in 2017 to $21 million in 2019. according to "forbes," trump is actually worth a billion dollars less than he was on inauguration day. and if the trump organization can't find a way to reinstall some banking relationships or find new ones, this is the most
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costly question. george, if they can't make good on those loans, they could begin -- the banks could begin seizing assets like the hotels and golf courses that the trump family does still own, george. >> rebecca, the trump organization has had nine lives, survived bankruptcies and lawsuits, but this time does feel different getting under threat from so many different fronts. >> reporter: yeah, that's right, george. this is the final straw for so many businesses that have frankly stood by his side through those bankruptcies. banks that even after the trump organization -- even after many of its businesses over the years have filed for bankruptcy, they have continued to come and back the president and his businesses, this appears to be the final straw, george. >> okay, rebecca jarvis, thanks very much. coming up later, we have some encouraging news for job seekers this morning. where to look for the millions of opportunities that are out there and the top jobs in demand
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♪ ♪ pump up the jam ♪ ♪ pump up the jam ♪ back with our "play of the day," t.j., and, of course, he's here breaking down that brooklyn nets deal for superstar james harden. good morning, t.j. >> all right, stra, the nba changed overnight because one man, james harden, is waking up in a different uniform. you said blockbuster deal, megadeal, stunning, jaw
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dropping, historic is how it's being described. james harden is going from the houston rockets where he's been the past eight seasons to the brooklyn nets. james harden, if you don't know, is a prolific scorer. he has led in scoring the past three seasons, considered possibly the most unguardable player in the league and arguably one of the best one-on-one players in the history of the nba. only two other guys have averaged more in a season than he has. their names are wilt chamberlain and michael jordan. that tells you how good he is. but he's been wanting to get out of houston and forced his way out. some argued he complained and whined and did some things wrong, but he got out of there. now he's forming a superteam with kevin durant also considered one of the most prolific scorers and kyrie irving in brooklyn. the nets have gone overnight to one of the top picks for the nba finals championship, only behind the lakers. only behind the lakers. >> he and durant played together in oklahoma city. >> right.
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>> kyrie is a totally different type. those are three big superstars who want to shoot. they love to have the ball in their hands. do you think this is a good trade? >> as far as i know they won't let the nets play with two basketballs, i don't think. i'll check. i'll get back to you on that but these guys historically one of the best scoring trios on paper. on paper it looks beautiful. you got to share the ball. they've got some personality issues. harden forced his way out. he actually was seen partying maskless and got in trouble with the houston rockets. kyrie irving literally is missing right now. he is missing from the team and there's videos of him out partying without a mask on. so can you make those personalities work? not just off the court, but also on the court, but it is a blockbuster deal. >> time will tell. all these great players and we can't go to a game yet. you had your brooklyn nets jersey on this morning. >> they might need me. they're down kyrie right now. >> it's not that bad.
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good morning, america, it's 8:00 a.m. impeached again. president trump the first president in the u.s. history to be impeached twice. ten republicans join the democrats charging the president with incitement of insurrection for encouraging the mob that attacked the capitol. overnight the president condemns the violence. >> no true supporter of mine could ever endorse political violence. >> the latest this morning. full resurgence. covid-19 spiking in almost all metro areas with over 500,000. this as more megamass vaccination sites gear up offering it to 65 and older and those with pre-existing conditions including smoking. unexpected. backstreet boy nick carter and his wife lauren expecting their third child after multiple
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miscarriage, lauren revealing she had no idea she was five months' pregnant. the couple speaking to "gma" this morning. work smart. where the jobs are right now. who is hiring and the ways you can make some extra cash. ♪ i said what about ♪ and it's a very cavallari morning. >> love it. >> reality star kristin cavallari joining us live as she is saying -- >> good morning, america. ♪ i said, well, that's one thing we've got ♪ good morning, america. happy friday eve, everybody. >> yes. >> it is great to have kristin cavallari here with us. she's going to join us later in the show with a little cooking. >> can't wait for that. we have a special open for business about a gym that made a pivot because of the pandemic and you know what, they have become an inspiring cross-country movement. we'll share that later. we begin with that stunning historic moment in our nation's
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capital. president trump now the first american president to be impeached twice charged with insurrection against the u.s. government one week after the capitol was sforped by rioters, on track to be the first former president to stand trial in the u.s. senate. mary bruce with the latest. >> reporter: good morning. this is one final massive political and constitutional test for president trump just as he is leaving office, a trial in the senate could now begin as soon as inauguration day. >> he must go. he is a clear and present danger to the nation that we all love. >> reporter: this morning, with just six days left in the white house, president trump is waking up as the only president in u.s. history to ever be impeached twice. >> the resolution is adopted. >> reporter: the most bipartisan impeachment ever, ten republicans joining democrats to charge the president with incitement of insurrection for encouraging the mob that attacked the capitol and doing nothing to stop it. most republicans were unwilling
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to defend the president's actions, arguing instead that impeachment would further divide the country. >> this will only bring up the hate and fire more than ever before. >> reporter: democrats furious. >> a police officer was killed and what i hear is, time to heal. he's not even buried yet. >> reporter: insisting that in order to unite the country the president must be held accountable. in his harshest rebuke yet the top house republican kevin mccarthy, a close ally of the president saying trump is responsible. >> the president bears responsibility for wednesday's attack on congress by mob rioters. he should have immediately denounced the mob when he saw what was unfolding. >> reporter: but opposing impeachment arguing for censure instead. the president has still shown no remorse and taken no responsibility for the actions that led to his impeachment. >> we're going to walk down to the capitol because you'll never take back our country with weakness. >> reporter: overnight offering
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his strongest condemnation yet of the violence. >> no true supporter of mine could ever endorse political violence. >> reporter: but he had no response to his second impeachment. so we are about to see a situation where the incoming president is trying to get to work just as the outgoing president is being put on trial in the senate. joe biden is now urging the senate and congress to try and do both, focus on a senate trial while also working on his agenda, george. >> especially the pandemic. of course, all happening in the wake of history there as well. mary bruce, thanks very much. michael. we turn to the other major story, the latest on the covid-19 emergency. the u.s. reporting more than 10 million people have received their first dose of the vaccine so far and this is more vaccine me megasites gearing up to help including yankee stadium. back to stephanie ramos who is there with the latest. good morning, again, stephanie. >> reporter: michael, good morning. yankee stadium in the bronx will seige be turned into a 24/7
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massive covid vaccination site authorized to get as many people as possible vaccinated. the vaccine will allow -- is slowing ramping up throughout the country, 10.3 million people have received the first dose of the vaccine. that's about 10% of the prioritized population, only 3% of the entire country but this morning there is an increase in eligible populations. in new jersey, for instance, vaccination lines are opening up to those 16 and older with a medical condition that could be complicated by covid and also opening up to smokers and in california those who are 65 and older now have access to the vaccine and more supply may be on the way, johnson & johnson says they are expecting results from their phase 3 trial by the end of january. if it proves to be safe and effective, johnson & johnson's single dose vaccine could be authorized by february with millions of doses ready to go, robin. >> thank you. a single dose and more people
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postponed until may and this morning, the honorees are being shared including garth brooks, folk singer joan baez, actor dick van dyke honored at 95 years young, dancer, choreographer and actress debbie allen and musician midori. this is the first time the event will not take place at the kennedy center opera house. instead several smaller events that take place around the campus from may 17th to may 22nd. congratulations to all the honorees. also in "pop news" this morning, mariah carey is sharing a silver lining. the singer says that being forced to cancel performances and not work has helped her voice so much and preserve, she says, those world famous high notes that made her famous. she explained this personal bright side on questlove's supreme podcast.
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listen to this. >> not have to sing for my supper and travel around and not get the right amount of sleep or just be put on this thing where there's a certain amount of stress for me that takes away a lot of stuff, taking off work has helped my voice, i think in a lot of ways. oh, you got to get back in the studio, you got to get back to singing and i'm like, i know. >> and she is. yep, mariah carey wants to do a different approach. no word yet on when she will share new music. a trick she uses, milk. yeah, mariah says drinking milk before performing really helps the quality of her singing. you can hear more from her when part two of her interview drops tomorrow. >> that's interesting. i'm sorry. drinking milk, because you would think that would -- who knew?
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she knows. >> i used to drink a lot of milk growing up and i can't sing a lick. >> yeah. you never know. there's a lot more apparently coming on that mariah podcast. guy, this one is for michael. it's from your hometown, my friend. so what happens when taking the right way actually might be the wrong way? check out this neighborhood in houston, texas, whose street signs might have you ask kwhog is on first and the delivery driver who had enough and had to share his frustration. take a look at this. >> delivering packages and i'm like, bro, what kind of neighborhood is this? which way, right way. like that way, this way andive sane way. imagine living here trying to give directions. take a left on my way and then make sure you turn on right way and before you get to any way, turn off straight way.
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>> i love that. the video racking up almost a million views online. one person writing it looks like you got lost in a dr. seuss book. >> i think that's great. >> at the end of the day, could have went this way, could have went that way. our cover story, big surprise for backstreet nick carter and his wife lauren. they were shocked to discover they were expecting baby number three five months into the pregnancy and erielle reshef spoke to them about the surprise. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. after suffering several miscarriages lauren and nick say they had made peace with being parents of two but they got the shock of their lives when a trip to the doctor's office around thanksgiving revealed that lauren was not only pregnant but due in april. ♪ tell me why ♪ >> reporter: backstreet boy nick carter and his wife lauren revealing the news they never expected. they're expecting their third child. >> so first of all, lauren, this
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was a big surprise for you. >> yes. it was a shock, not a surprise. >> reporter: a complete shock to lauren who didididtven realize she was pregnant until she was already well into her second trimester. you didn't find out that you were pregnant until you were about 5 1/2 months along. >> true. >> did you not experience any symptoms. >> i was on a diet, walking, working out, had energy. didn't think it was possible to have another child. it was a 1 in 500 at my age, even less than that for my medical conditions and my medical history. i was shocked to find out that i was 5 1/2 months pregnant. >> reporter: after suffering three miscarriages, lauren didn't think she could get pregnant again. what was your first inclination something was going on? >> i couldn't sleep and i just knew something was wrong and so i woke up the next morning and i
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came out and i said to nick, there's something wrong with me, i think -- i think i might be pregnant. >> reporter: they went to the doctor and sure enough -- >> i didn't believe him. i'm like, how -- i mean i'm not showing. there's no way. i said in the doctor's office when i was laying there, i'm dreaming. this is a dream. i need to wake up. >> reporter: nick posting this ultrasound video on instagram with the caption, sometimes life blesses you with little surprises. the parents of 4-year-old odin and 15-month-old saoirse semp sempering that with caution. >> she was high risk before and now with everything else, you know, the stresses of the outside world, we're just trying to make sure we keep a nice healthy and peaceful household. i'm not a backstreet boy anymore. i am -- i'm just dad. ♪ backstreet's back all right ♪ >> reporter: off tour for the first time in more than a decade and spent quarantine together in las vegas.
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>> i look at like, you know, 2020 has had a lot of ups and downs for a lot of people in the world. and for 2021 coming into the new year, you know, just a glimmer of hope, you know, and so for us it's just a blessing. >> reporter: i think all of us need a little glimmer of hope and the couple says they did find out the gender of their baby but they're not revealing it to the public just yet. lauren says she is happy, energetic and hopeful and nick says he is living his dream. >> such a beautiful family. erielle, thank you so much. >> i know. >> i know, right? we turn to the millions of americans facing financial hardships through the pandemicment some encouraging news for job seekers. there are so many opportunities out there, it helps if you know where to look. rebecca jarvis is back, has some answers for us, good morning, again, rebecca. >> reporter: yes, nice to see you again, robin. that is the good news. there are some job openings out there. do you have to know where to look and you also have to know
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how to tell your story in this environment. this morning, while a new year brings a fresh start many are still feeling the economic effects of the pandemic. with more than 19 million americans still filing unemployment claims each week, but for job seekers, there's a bright spot. >> despite having a really tough situation right now in the labor market, we do see opportunities. >> reporter: linkedin currently has more than 14 million job listings available right now. the top five roles most in demand, salesperson, registered nurse, software engineer, javascript developer and food delivery driver and for those looking to make their own schedule, companies like taskrabbit and instacart are continuously hiring with instacart increasing its corporate roles by 50% in the first six months of the year. >> a lot don't realize they have quite transferable skills.
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if you're adept at working in a restaurant you can use that experience you've had face-to-face with people and transfer that into a customer service specialist. >> reporter: those fundamental skills, strong communication, attention to detail, resoshsfulness, problem solver. these are the kind of skills that no manager wants to turn down. they are in need no matter what the job is. >> all right, so, rebecca, let's say you want to go for one of these jobs but it's not in a field that you're in prior to the pandemic. what's your advice? >> well, my advice is to look at all of the free courses that are online right now. they are free and they will help you build those technical skills, the courses, there's tutorials by microsoft, a number of companies are even offering like google, for example, an ibm certificate so you don't need a college degree in order to get jobs in some of these tech companies because of the explosion of e-commerce and the
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pandemic. >> such great suggestions. thanks so much, rebecca. and now ginger, how did you celebrate your birthday, ginger? >> oh, so much love here in the house, we had too many cakes, it was wonderful. thank you so much again for all that. thank you for all the well wishes too from everybody. i want to share a great celebration they had in michigan now because this dog, it's been such awe mild winter in the great lakes, was out there needed to be rescued and they got him out safely. look at him getting that help. oh, thank goodness for these people that do all that horde work. grand rapids, michigan have not had this little snow in 100 years. you'll get a touch of welcome to thursday morning. i'm meteorologist mike nicco. you can see some fog spreading out of the north bay into the bay itself. and that will continue through
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9:00 and we'll have mostly sunny conditions today and through the holiday weekend. dry and gusty conditions return monday. heightened fire danger but not critical. temperatures mid-60s to near 70 this afternoon. tonight we'll be back in the 40s. my accuweather seven-day now to our first "deals & steals" of the new year, tory johnson is kicking off 2021 with incredible products to help you achieve your fitness and wellness goals all from small businesses. just point your cell phone camera at that qr screen to link straight to them. we start it off, tory, good morning. great to see you. first time in the new year. >> good morning. good to see you. >> we are excited. you'll kick it off with leggings from love and fit. what we got? >> so this is a cool company, michael. post childbirth or post
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pregnancy at chidebirth one california mom could not find the right leggings, everything was frustrating, nothing fit perfectly and created her own specifically with hidden silicone grip top. a high waist so that everything stays in place. the leggings don't roll down, don't slipknot no matter what they are activity, they fit, fabulous fabric. great with compression in the right places for support. also moisture wicking. just kind of delightful that have done well for her. a beautiful assortment all 50% off, $34. >> $34. great deal and now these items are from spibelt. perfect if you're on the go. >> yes, so while jogging one texas mom had keys that were stuffed in her bra and she said there's got to be a better way and so she created that better way with this exact belt. it's an elastic belt with a very
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discreet easy pocket on it. a zippered pocket so you can put whatever those essential items are that you need to have with you when you are on the go. what's great about these, an assortment of colors and easy fit. even a great little companion bottle that you can get as well to go with it. everything is 50% off. $5 to $15. >> 5 to 15 bucks and compression socks and sleeves from os1. st. what sets these apart? >> it is based in north carolina and what's great about these is the way that they are made. they use a top shelf knitting machine and they put compression in all of the right places. so everything is designed to deliver very targeted results, very targeted compression. their sock, for example, are designed. ones to prevent and relieve everything from bunions to blisters so when you go online you'll see really specific kind of problem areas and then you
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choose the product that's right for you. that's how these were designed. today is the day because they're 50% off. everything ranges from 6 to $15. >> now, tell us about carpe. >> made in america. i got to get a first shoutout to that. all of these products are sweat prevention. no matter where, why or how you sweat, they have a specific product for you. again, these are all targeted to specific body parts from face to feet. these are products that the company says has been tested and loved by the most severe sweaters, severe sweater approved. today is a good day. 50% off starting at $7.50. >> i'll give this one to our stage manager eddie. he needs that. there we go. here we have a deals favorite, tory. what we got? >> peepers. what's great about this selection from peepers is that we're focusing on blue light blockers and they help if you
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are staring at screens all day. i wear contacts so i buy their blue blockers that have no strength but buy them in readers as well. huge assortment. slashed in half, $12.50 and from ghostbed. only the best for your precious face, 100% certified mulberry silk pillowcase, double stitched. extremely luxurious and what's great about these, they have a hidden zipper co-won't slide out. pillows are fabulous too. huge assortment online all slashed in half and free shiping. >> tory, thank you for bringing our first "deals & steals" of 2021. as always you were fantastic. get them by heading to our website. coming up, kristin cavallari will join us live.
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>> announcer: building a better bay area for a safe and secure future. this is abc7 news. good morning, i'm reggie aqui from "abc7 mornings." phone lines are open for californians to start booking their vaccine appointments. starting today, sutter health says patient 75 and up will be able to book vaccine appointments over the phone. they're opening a dedicated phone line for this. state health officials are allowing anyone 65 and up to receive their shot to speed up the rollout, but some bay area counties say that change might not happen right away. we'll be right back after this. no, first mike. >> that's okay. i'll take it over. we've got fog up in the north bay, sliding down into parts of the bay. it has made it as far as the san
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mateo bridge. make sure you take breaks outside. spring-like warmth, near record high temperatures. mid-60s to low 70s. we'll pull back a little bit tomorrow and surge
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hey, bay area, "live with kelly and ryan" is coming up. >> we're chatting with jennifer lopez and katy mixon from "american housewife." >> that's at 9:00 on abc7.
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and we'll have another update in 30 minutes. you can catch us on our abc news ♪ lately i've been thinking i want you to be happener in ♪ times square is waking up again. people are walking the streets. good morning, everybody. great to have you with us on this thursday morning. so great to have our friend kristin cavallari with us. she is the best-selling cookbook author of "true comfort" and this morning teaching us how to make a nutrition cozy freezer meal. kristin, good morning to you. how are you doing? >> good morning. i'm good. how are you guys? >> we are great. we've happy you're joining us. before we start cooking i want to ask you about something. you're a mom of three. you're in the spotlight and recently you received some criticism or comments on your parenting. so i'm just curious how do you deal with that and how does your family deal with that?
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>> yeah, i mean, to be honest, i don't read comments on instagram so i don't catch wind of those comments unless my best friend justin decides to go on and read my comments and respond to people or whatever it is. but, you know, i got to tell you, my oldest son is 8 1/2 and the second i became a mom people have always loved to criticize some of my decisions. i the one area of my life i'm so confident in, i know what a good mom i am and know i'm doing the best for me and my family so it's just noise to be honest. i don't let that stuff affect me. >> >> i know, george. that's a healthy way to look at it. good for you. >> thank you. >> you know what, you also could get it done in the kitchen. you when white chicken chili you'll make for us. this is great for the freezer, you say. >> yes, so this makes a huge batch and it is spicy so this is one meal that my kids will not eat so i do find i'm freezing a lot of it but so it's great.
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it is a white bean chili. it has a nice kick. i had avocado oil in my pan and sauteed buy chicken so i'll take poe plan know and hall pain yo peppers since i love spicy and i'll take onions and saute all of this up and i like avocado oil if you're using high heat and good oil for you. so you're going to saute them up until everything is nice and soft which i've already done for you guys. >> thank you. >> the magic of tv which we love so much. so what you'll do is add a bunch of chopped garlic, all of your spices, a little pink himalayan salt and i like pink himalayan salt because it's topped with vitamins and minerals so i don't use anything white, no white flour, sugar or salt. it's been stripped of all its nutrients so what everything
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nutrient dense and packed with flavor and i'll add my chilies, my beans and mix this all up in here. you get this going and then you'll take your chicken stock and a little lime juice and squeeze that in there. >> kristin, kristin, do you see -- i'm sorry. i'm eating. it's delicious, by the way. do you recommend -- >> are you eating the chili? >> absolutely. not putting all the spices -- >> i can't see you. >> not to put all the spices in at the same time to kind of layer it. >> i like to build the flavor. i had a chef years and years ago who really taught me everything i know about cooking but he was the one who told me you want to build your flavors so you want to throw everything in at one time. so that's kind of the trick there and then a little citrus at the end to cut it. kind of balance everything out and find it gives it a slight
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tangy flavor. you would cook it until it thickens up then i have mine over here so let's see. hopefully you can see all of this. then i like to garnish with chopped avocado and cashew crema. cashew crema i love, it's dairy free but resembles sour cream, it thickens it up and gives it that creamy added texture. a dollop. >> a dollop will do you. >> a dollop. >> this is really good. >> yeah, so you can definitely, you know, you can take a little container, fill up whatever you don't eat, put it in the freezer for four to six months. it makes life so much easier if you have kids or running around. so, yeah, this is a great meal. >> sounds like one of those dishes that gets real good
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overnight too. >> exactly. that's what i love about chili, yes, as the flavors all combiepdz. >> kristin, thank you. i'm eating now too and am supposed to talk. >> you cleaned your bowl. >> it's delicious. i'm hungry, it's 8:35. she made great food. kristin, thank you so much. we really appreciate you, as always. >> always good to see you. >> being a great friend of the show. get this recipe on our website @ goodmorningamerica.com. coming up, patrick dempsey with his passion project. plus hunter hayes joins us live. ♪
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♪ we are back now with our open for business series. for nearly a year we've been highlighting small businesses who are making it work. they are making it work during these challenging times. this morning, we are introducing you to industrialfit. a hip-hop inspired fitness studio who made the shift to online workouts which are luge right now and are not missing a beat. ♪ >> trillfit in boston prides itself on being an all inclusive
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come as you are space. >> i love the music, the vibes, the energy. >> trillfit is the only gym i've been to where i could come as myself. >> people of all age, race, shapes, sizes, sexual orientations. >> reporter: but in march of 2020 trillfit founder heather white closed her studio before any mandated covid-19 shutdown and refused to put her vulnerable clientele at risk. >> we you knew covid would impact black and brown people. for us public health and wellness are one in the same. >> reporter: the fitness industry took a huge hit last year, according to the international health racket and sports club association, the industry lost nearly $14 billion in revenue since the pandemic began and an estimated 1/4 of the country's 40,000 fitness facilities could permanently close without financial relief
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but heather and her team got to work on turning it into a digital experience. >> are you ready to dance? >> reporter: quickly reaching 42 different cities, 22 different states and several countries. and for the first six months of the pandemic all classes were free of charge. heather was committed to keeping tri triiifitters together. >> for over six months during a pandemic when your business is closed is risky but we're lucky the community stayed behind us. it was their place. they will not let us fail. >> and now it is time to meet the woman behind trillfit, a gym that has become a movement. founder and ceo, you saw her, heather white, joining us now. welcome, heather. good to have you live on "good morning america." >> thank you so much, robin. it feels so good to be here. >> oh, my goodness. i'll tell you guys were having
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the year. it was your best year and then the pandemic hits and even before it was the mandate you closed the gym even before you were told to do so. how difficult of a decision was that and to keep the business going? how did you do it? how did you do it? >> it was so hard, robin, to just tell you honestly, we were on 50 straight days of sold out class and felt better than i ever had and our team felt incredible but given the people we serve predominantly black and brown people, we knew their health was way more important so with that said we had to make the decision to close as challenging as it was. we didn't know how serious coronavirus would become. but now looking back on it we absolutely made the right decision and the community is still standing behind us every single day today and so happy and proud to be here and to still be in business, quite frankly. >> you know, you got michael strahan's attention. he is a businessman in addition to everything and when he heard you say free, free and then -- i
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mean, that was risky. good for you. >> first of all, michael, any time you want to come to boston, you come to a class, my pleasure to host you. >> all right. if i can keep up, i'll try it. >> heather is a smart woman. and so is melissa. we'll meet another member of the family. melissa's director of product and the gym's lead instructor. and hi there. oh, looking good. i like what you're wearing there. so you -- >> hi, robin. >> hi, good morning. >> good morning. >> to go from in person when you can see who you're working with to online, how did you make that adjustment to keep people motivated. >> definitely, robin. trillfit is more than a workout, a community and everybody belongs whether online or in person we greet everybody by their names and get in their business and build relationships and set out together and always set intentions just to bring up that positive energy. our clients know that we are all a team and a community and we
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support them and have their backs throughout the entire class from start to finish so we're in this together and keeping this emmotivated and inspired. >> they've got your back and you've got their back. such a team and family, heather and melissa, let me tell you, are you going to do a demo? we have some of the family members. when they went online and saw each other they were so excited to see one another. this will be one of your signature hip-hop classes, so take it away. let us see what you got. >> all right. let's do it, team. all right, y'all, let's start by taking one deep breath and inhaling all the positive energy, release any negativity on four. three, two, one. walk it up. this is our groove. bring it back, take it forward. bring it back. high knees, one, two, three, four. chest pump, two, three, four. lift one, two, three four. chest pump, two, three, four.
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jump jack, shake, shake, shake. jump, jump. ♪ aiming at your head ♪ >> wow, robin. >> jump, jump. nice job, team. give me a squat. footwork and one, two, three, four and hit. ♪ where the love go ♪ >> and hit. here we go. take it low. knees to elbows, take it low. >> thank you. thank you. thank you all. >> i got out of my chair? we appreciate the movement you have going on and how you are open for business and doing your thing. >> i love they got the kids involved. >> you saw that, fantastic. >> ginger, what do you have for us? >> you know i'm over here ju jump-jumping. i was watching all that so i have to wow you with some weather or nature. look at this freezing fog turned winter wonderland in minnesota. that's big lake. oh, how gorgeous, that looks like a painting and then another
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beauty. always in norway, just more and more images of those good morning. i'm abc7 news meteorologist mike nicco. fog will continue spreading throughout the bay through about 9:00 and then mostly sunny, near record high temperatures. mid-60s to near 70 ♪ hey ♪ to near 70 turning now to "grey's anatomy" star patrick dempsey and his passion project to make clean water available in a sustainable way. this segment sponsored by poland spring origin which is making it happen. >> beautiful day to save lives. >> he stole our hears as mcdreamy, dr. derek shepherd on "grey's anatomy" returning to the show earlier this season to fans' delight. >> meredith. ♪ feel something ♪ >> derek. >> reporter: striking fear in the blockbuster "transformers". >> you're the one.
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>> reporter: reminding us why we like fairy tales like "enchanted". >> he knows the song too? >> amy adams is so amazing in that film. it was a fun project to be part of. >> reporter: and sharing news on the much anticipated sequel. >> i just got the script for the second movie and then i'm starting to go through and get notes together. there's talk that we'll start shooting that in the spring which is exciting. >> any last words before i dispatch you? >> reporter: outside of acting another love for dempsey, his home state of maine. >> hey. >> hey. >> reporter: representing bowden college in "grey's anatomy" episodes. >> bowden is special in maine and i said, it would be good if we could honor the school in some way. >> reporter: now dempsey is heading back to maine again as a spokesperson teaming up with poland spring origin featured in a new campaign shining a light
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on sustainability. poland spring origin highlighting their new 100% recycled bottles filled with water sourced naturally from maine. >> all this water is coming from this 10,000-year-old aqueduct. it's pure and filtered. that's really quite special. you taste it. it's clean and it's crisp and refreshing. >> for dempsey sustainability should be the main focus for all. >> what we have to do with it, it's quite clear what's happening, we are seeing storms because of the human impact on our planet and have to take more steps. ♪ >> indeed we do and thanks to poland spring origin and for you "grey's" fans patrick dempsey confirmed we will see more from dr. shepherd this season. coming up on "gma," hunter hayes joins us live. don't go a
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back now with hunter hayes who is bringing us the exclusive debut of his latest single in just a moment but, hunter, good morning. we'll have a little chat about your upcoming album. how are you doing? your upcoming album called "red sky: part 2" what can we expect. >> it's about moving on. it was an album that was always meant to be about like self-discovery and growth and change and it's a very adventurous album for me. >> now you'll perform your brand-new single "the one that got away." so real quick, who is the one that got away. >> it's about freedom. i wanted to slip the phrase so honestly i hope anyone who hears it think it's about them and their own freedom, a new start, kind of a reset. >> hunter hayes, here you go, "the one that got away." ♪ i'm not a criminal, oh, no,
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oh, no ♪ ♪ but i felt like a prisoner for so long, so long ♪ ♪ and all i ever wanted was to love and to be loved ♪ ♪ so what did i do to you so wrong so wrong ♪ ♪ 'cause you broke so much more than just a promise when you made me believe i wasn't wanted ♪ ♪ i could miss you like you want but if i'm honest i feel like the one that got away ♪ ♪ don't know how i escaped breathing better 'cause i'm better now ♪ ♪ in the middle of the night made it to the other side ♪ ♪ you can run but you can't catch me now i'm the one that got away, yeah ♪ ♪ i'm the one that got away, yeah ♪
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♪ turns out you're not a god all the faith that i gave to you ♪ ♪ silence is all i got and i hate that i prayed to you ♪ ♪ all the chains that i couldn't break the games that i couldn't play ♪ ♪ 'cause you'd always win them anyway never thought there would come a day ♪ ♪ where i'd be safe and safe enough to say ♪ ♪ that i'm the one that got away don't know how i escaped ♪ ♪ breathing better 'cause i'm better now in the middle of the night ♪ ♪ made it to the other side you can run but you can't catch me now ♪ ♪ i'm the one that got away, yeah, i'm the one that got away, yeah ♪ ♪ i'm the one that got away ♪ ♪ don't know how i escaped breathing better because i'm better now ♪ ♪ in the middle of the night made it to the other side ♪
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>> announcer: building a better bay area for a safe and secure future. this is abc7 news. good morning. i'm reggie aqui from "abc7 mornings." the covid-19 bus test express continues its rollout across the bay area today. this free testing site on wheels opened this morning. it will be open through saturday and then again next thursday and friday. bus test express hopes to expand to contra costa and other counties. let's check in now with mike. >> thank you. we'll take a look outside. you can see the low clouds out there, but they're going to fade and so will the high clouds and that means near record warmth. take many breaks outside today. today we're in the mid-60s to near 70 degrees. we'll pull back just a little bit tomorrow and then surge even warmer for the holiday weekend. enjoy. >> thanks. time for "live with kelly and
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ryan." we'll see you again at 11:00 a.m. for "midday live" and you can find us on our abc7 news you can find us on our abc7 news announcer: it's live with kelly and ryan. today superstar recording artist jennifer lopez and star of the hit comedy american housewife, katy mixon, plus what to do, what not to do for your next abs workout as we continue our januready fitness week, all next on live. ♪ let it go... ♪ and now here are kelly ripa and ryan seacrest. ♪ feed the flame, 'cause we can't let go... ♪ i caught you. [laughs] good morning. - [laughs] hi, guys. how are you? [laughs] it is thursday, january 14, 2021. he caught me. - i caught you staring at you. no, i wasn't staring at me at all. you were waiting for your cue. no, i was-- [laughs] i was standing here, um, feeling-- - dazed? - no, 'cause my-- you know, we've been working out here every day, so i'm sore... - for three minutes. so i was like-- yeah, but when you don't work out--

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