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let's go! waiting 14 years. >> do we have to climb up steps to get good morning, america. president biden back home in the u.s. after his meeting with russian president vladimir putin. the president returned to the white house overnight after that high-stakes summit. >> i did what i came to do. >> both sides giving the talks positive reviews. but putin defiant on russia's role in election interference and those cyberattacks. biden warning there could be consequences. and our rachel scott confronting putin on his record. on cracking down on his political opponent and what are you so afraid of? >> the reaction this morning. mounting concern about the new delta variant, now in at least 37 states, worries it could become the dominant strain
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in the u.s. areas with lower vaccination rates seeing spikes in ib infections over the past two weeks, after royal caribbean pushes back one of its cruises. record high temperatures wreak havoc on the west as the south braces for a tropical threat. an abc news exclusive. we hear from members from a prominent south carolina family for the first time after a son and his mother were gunned down. >> it changes you. >> saying the 22-year-old had been receiving some threats. their plea for help. >> the first confirmed murder hornet of the year found in washington. why it's a concern right now. victoria secret shake-up. the lingerie company ditching its angel wings
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bringing in women like megan rapinoe and priyanka chopra jonas. rental car warning. with so many people searching for rental car vehicles. the popular new scams. and it's time to "rise & shine," america, as we say good morning from oregon. our blockbuster visit to the beaver state. from the coast to the vineyards. the bookstore looking to rewrite the story on the state as we say all aboard this morning. i would like to say we were paying attention to the cold open, but amy -- >> i know. sometimes i don't have a filter. thank goodness i do when the camera is rolling. >> good morning, america. thanks for being with us on this busy thursday morning. you're hearing so much about
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that delta variant, yes, growing concerns about it now. highly contagious strain reported in at least 37 states. the experts warning it could become the dominant covid strain in the u.s. dr. jha is standing by. but first, you're looking live at the white house. president biden waking up at home this morning after his trip to europe. this is his first trip overseas since taking office culminating in the summit with russian president vladimir putin. >> both leaders saying the meeting in geneva was a positive step forward while making it clear the u.s. and russia are still at odds on major issues like cyberattacks and human rights. mary bruce has the latest. good morning, mary. >> reporter: good morning, robin. president biden is waking up here back at home at the white house, his team is heralding this trip as a success including the summit with vladimir putin. while the leaders kept things cordial, they didn't resolve
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any of their differences. the u.s. and russia still divided. this morning, president biden touching down back in washington after his whirlwind first foreign trip and that historic summit with the russian president. >> i did what i came to do. >> reporter: the two leaders shaking hands and smiling for the world to see. cameras brought in for a chaotic photo-op. putin slouching. biden appearing relaxed. after more than 2 1/2 hours, both sides giving their talks a positive review. biden even gifting putin a pair of his signature ave yay tors. >> translator: i think there was no hostility. the talks were quite constructive. >> reporter: putin still defiant. denying all responsibility for cyberattacks in the u.s. when pushed by rachel scott on his crackdown on political opponents putin deflecting, pointing to the black lives matter in the u.s. and the january 6th attack on the
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capitol. >> what are you afraid of? >> translator: an entire movement developed called black lives matter. what we saw is disorder, destruction, violations of the law. we don't want that to happen on our territory. >> you didn't answer my question, sir. if all of your political opponents are dead, in prison, poisoned, doesn't that send a message that you don't want a fair political fight? >> translator: people came to the u.s. congress with political demands, 400 people had criminal charges placed on them. >> reporter: biden said he didn't issue threats, but says he made clear there would be consequences if he doesn't change his ways. >> bottom line, i told president putin we need to have basic rules of the road that we all abide by. >> reporter: on cybersecurity after those attacks that crippled a u.s. gas pipeline and targeted the meat industry,
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biden says critical infrastructure should be off limits, giving putin a list of 16 prohibited areas, and he's warning putin the u.s. stands ready to retaliate. >> i pointed out to him we have significant cyber capability. he knows it. he doesn't know what it is, but it's significant. i think that the last thing he wants now is a cold war. >> reporter: but biden >> reporter: but biden also bristling when pressed on why he thinks putin will change his ways. >> why are you so confident he'll change his behavior? >> i'm not confident he'll change his behavior. what i said was -- let's get it straight. what will change the behavior is if the rest of the world reacts to him. diminishes his standing in the world. i'm not confident of anything. i'm just stating the facts. >> reporter: the president did later apologize for that heated exchange. while he says he's not confident putin will change biden says
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there's a value to putting on an optimistic face. the president is taking a wait and see approach saying it could take six months to a year to see whether this dialogue had any real impact. robin? >> mary, thank you. we'll bring in rachel scott. with her exchange with vladimir putin. she joins us live from geneva. rachel, you were one of the few american journalists credentialed to ask putin a question. we heard you pressing him on the crack down of his political opponents. president biden responded to those comments, rachel? >> reporter: yeah, robin. you heard president putin there really trying to turn the tables pointing out incidents of violent in the united states. he called out the black lives matter movement. he called out the january 6th insurrection at the capitol. president biden calling it a ridiculous comparison. he said you can't equate those who are being prosecuted for breaking and entering the capitol to those being punished because they're critics of russian president putin. >> rachel, any response from the kremlin this morning?
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>> reporter: no response from the kremlin this morning. they're allowing putin's words to speak for themselves. but i can tell you, after leaving that press conference, robin, i was swarmed by a few russian reporters. they wanted to know if i was satisfied by his answer. clearly there was a lot of iterest and a lot of intrigue about the american presence in the room. >> let people know what your response was to those people, the press. >> reporter: my response is no comment. look, this is our job. our job is to ask tough questions. we have a responsibility as journalists regardless of who the leader is or what country we're in, and so no comment. that's what we'll continue to do, robin. >> that's right. we appreciate it how you told them no comment. thank you for being there again this morning for us in geneva and safe travels back home. excellent work, rachel. thank you. now.
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. >> announcer: this is an abc news special report. we're coming on /* we're coh breaking news. the supreme court has rejected a challenge to the affordable care act. the court was asked if mandate was unconstitutional. the justices decided the plaintiffs had no standing to bring the case. the provision maintains insurance for millions of americans. kate shaw is here with more on this now. how did the court come to this decision? >> this idea of standing is hugely important in general and in this case. the idea is just because you disagree with the law or you don't like a law you can't go to court and bring a challenge to the court and have them resolve it. every challenge to a law has to be brought by a party with a
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concrete stake who is injured by a law. these individuals plaintiffs who complained about this mandate which no longer has a penalty just don't have that kind of standing that permits a court to decide the merits of their case at all. that's the heart of this rules. in a 7-2 opinion the supreme court said the individuals who have come to us lack the constitutional required standing and we can't decide the case at all. when you dismiss a case on standing, you leave the law in fact. obamacare lives to fight another day on the basis that the plaintiffs lack standing. >> let's bring in devin dwyer with more on that. devin, what does it mean for health care in this country? >> reporter: it means the status quo is in place. 30 million americans have
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coverage connected to obamacare. 54 americans with pre-existing conditions and receiving protections under obamacare, a huge concern. all of that is still in place. there are still challenges to the health care law in the pipeline right now. so we will keep a close eye on those. as kate shaw just said, the third challenge to the law has fallen in large part thanks to chief justice john roberts and three conservatives joining with the liberals today, diane. >> senior national correspondent terry moran, what's the political impact of this decision? >> reporter: it's a defeat for republicans and conservatives. they want the issue alive, that somehow obamacare was a tyranical act. in this country you can't bring
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a case because you don't like a law. the law has to injury you. if there's no way for the government to enforce the mandate you must buy health insurance, there's no case here. the supreme court dodging this case. it also awards a victory to those who have insurance through the affordable care act. it really puts the nail in the coffin for the republicans wanting to overturn the affordable care act. there's no penalty anymore for not buying health insurance. >> kate shaw, could this pave the way for future cheallenges? >> there may be challenges to aspects of the law, in particular the contraception mandate. it's possible there may be more. i think terry is right, the
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legislature is where future battles are likely to play out rather than the courts and the supreme court. >> devin, how do you see those playing out? >> reporter: some federal cases are under way, the most prominent dealing with the popular provisions, guaranteed provisions, no-cost care for contraception and the like. those will continue to play out. they're a big of a long shot. a huge win today for obamacare and certainly the white house is breathing a sigh of relief. >> kate, devin, terry, thank you again. the supreme court just rejected the latest challenge to the affordable care act leaving in place health care for millions of americans. we'll have additional updates on abc news live. we'll return to your regular program. >> regular program. >> ann we appreciate you having you as always. thanks so much.
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now to that new development on the high seas. a cruise ready to set sail with new covid protocols delayed after crew members tested positive. transportation correspondent gio benitez with those details. good morning, gio. >> reporter: robin, good morning. we're talking about a royal caribbean ship that was supposed to sail on july 3rd, it's now been pushed to july 31st. here's why. eight crew members tested positive on the ship. all of them were vaccinated. this is important. they tested positive before those vaccines were fully effective. this was supposed to be that ship's inaugural sailing. the cruise line also now saying it will require vaccines for all passengers boarding in the u.s. excpt from florida ports. royal caribbean saying that vaccines are strongly recommended from florida. governor ron desantis and the cdc still arguing over that. >> there's also news about
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opening up europe to americans this summer. what more can you tell us about that? >> reporter: tomorrow, the eu is expected to start formally making recommendations on easing travel. each country has to agree. some countries though in europe are already open to americans. portugal, france, spain and italy. you see some more there on your screen. each one has different rules. some require vaccines, some don't. you have to do your homework before planning that trip, robin. >> do your homework. you always do. thank you gio. amy? now to the historic heat wave in the west. forcing evacuations in some areas. ginger tracking all of that for us. >> reporter: amy, good morning to you. i can tell you i'm applying lip balm every how. it's the prolonged heat that's drying things out. las vegas was one degree short of their all-time record high.
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you can see the video of reno, nevada. they did have evacuations. they lifted them. then we go to montana, the robertson draw fire, that blew up 20,000 acres in just 24 hours. it's all because of this heat dome. it's a high pressure system keeping the heat. it sinks and sits there. it's from the midwest, des moines, kansas city could break a record, back to sacramento, where they could be up at 110. this is a widespread long duration heat wave for a lot of folks. we'll watch this and check on the tropics. we want to turn now to two words nobody wants to hear, murder hornet. a murder hornet discovered in washington state. the first confirmed report of the deadly insect in the u.s. this year. kaylee hartung has the details for us. good morning to you, kaylee. >> reporter: t.j. just as we
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thought things were looking up, in the world, we're hit with this, flashback to 2020 and the invasion of the so-called murder hornet. this new sighting, this murder hornet was already dead. bad news, dna's unrelated to the hornets found in washington late last year. researchers say that this one was likely from a previous season, just not discovered until now. the mystery is, how did it get there? they're native to asia. they can grow up to two inches long. five times larger than a honey bee. the concern is they can devastate the honeybee populations, not only that but they can live up to their lethal name. they kill up to dozens of people in japan every year. experts in washington state have spent months hunting these giant hornets. they have dozens of traps set. now they're encouraging citizen scientists to set their own traps. i'm no citizen scientist but
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good luck to any one who is. >> everybody be careful. citizen scientists. thanks, kaylee. coming up next, we have "gma" investigates. scammers posing as rental car companies and the red flags that could save hundreds of dollars. but first, let's go back to ginger. and amy, noaa is sending planes into the gulf of mexico checking out this storm to see whether it's a development or not. whether it's claudette or not. 15 for nola. we don't need rain here. unfortunately we're going to get it. let's check out the stormy cities sponsored by subaru.
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also right now, the latest on the coronavirus emergency and the growing concerns about that new delta variant with the former white house adviser calling it "covid on steroids." that strain is now in at least 37 states in areas with lower vaccination rates are seeing spikes in cases. the house passed a bill that would establish june 19th as juneteenth independence day. commemorating the end of slavery in the united states. president biden is expected to sign that bill at some point this afternoon. victoria secret, the angels bye-bye. no more angels. we have details on the company's major rebranding. also there's a rental car scam out there. scammers are trying to take advantage of a car shortage that's out there. we have some warning signs before you book. robin? right now, an abc news exclusive. the south carolina son and mother who were gunned down. we'll hear from their family for
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the first time? just a moment. eva pilgrim is there in columbia, south carolina, with the story. good morning, eva. >> reporter: good morning, robin. on the day of those murders alec murdaugh had taken his dying father back to the hospital. he went to check on his mother. his family tells us when he returned to his home he made that gruesome discovery. >> she's a very caring person. she was the rock of the family. >> reporter: this morning, members of the murdaugh family speaking for the first time since alec found his son paul and wife maggie shot to death outside their south carolina home last week. >> i got a call from alec monday night. as soon as i answered the phone, i knew something was wrong. oh, man. he just told me. he said come as fast as you can.
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paul and maggie have been hurt. >> his voice, the fear, he was just distraught. >> reporter: no arrests have been made. no suspects named. the murdaughs issuing a plea for help this morning. >> the person who did this is out there. there's information, however big or however small it is. >> did they have any enemies? >> i really don't know of any enemies. you hear all this talk on social media with regard to paul, but i don't know of anybody that would truly -- that would truly be an enemy or truly want to harm them. >> reporter: paul murdaugh had been awaiting trial accused of being under the influence in 2019 while crashing a boat killing 19-year-old passenger mallory beach. he had pleaded not guilty. the murdaughs telling us
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paul had been receiving threats from strangers, people they say they didn't know. >> were they violent threats? >> i didn't think it was credible threat. if it it was, i would have notified someone. i guess maybe i made a mistake. >> reporter: the murdaughs are one of the most prominent families in south carolina. part of the legal establishment going back almost a century. three generations of murdaughs held the solicitors job for years. they also owned a prominent law firm. some in the community questioning if the family used their connections to protect paul the night of the boat crash. >> do you think anyone in your family interfered in any way? >> no. >> do you feel like some of the perception of your family has been wrong? >> yes. >> you see words like dynasty used and power. i don't know exactly how people
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use those words, but we're just regular people. we're hurting just like they would be hurting if this had happened to them. >> reporter: this morning, this tight-knit family holding on to each other. >> how's your brother doing? >> he's upright and strong, making his way and then he just breaks down. i mean, it's tough for us. >> it changes you as a family. i can't imagine the horror that's -- my brother is experiencing. >> reporter: now, our team did see state law enforcement out near a swamp near that crime scene searching that area. they have set up a dedicated tip line just for this case through crimestoppers. t.j.? >> eva, thank you.
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we do want to turn now to a new consumer alert on renting cars this summer. the federal trade commission warning that scammers are trying to cash in on the car shortage. gio benitez back with that. good morning. >> reporter: good morning again. so many people are traveling right now. they want those car. now the ftc and the better business bureau is sounding the alarm about scams. this morning, what you need to know. this may look like a legitimate car rental renting site, but it's actually fraudulent and not affiliated with any legitimate business. look closely. the word vehicle misspelled. the site no longer active. is something that you're seeing indust industrywide or just one particular car company? >> it's all over the world. >> reporter: the better business bureau warning consumers it's receiving reports of con
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artists impersonating rental car companies. >> this is happening at a time when so many people are looking for rental cars. >> it's really a perfect storm. rental car rates are highest that i've ever seen. >> so how does the scam work? >> a fraudulent person involved in the scam says to take advantage of this really low rate, buy a prepaid gift card, say a visa or an amex card, and give me the pin number over the phone. >> reporter: that's what chris robbins said happened to him. >> i got on my iphone. i looked up low cost rental cars. they told me i needed a prepaid card. >> reporter: now he says he's out nearly $400, and the phone number he says he used no longer works. >> this has been such a popular scam. it's blowing up on our help line right now. >> reporter: experts say there are telltale signs your rental is a scam. >> you want to look at the url. make sure it matches the company
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that you're trying to reach. also, if anyone asks for a prepaid gift card for prepayment, huge red flag. walk away. and finally, any legitimate company is going to take pride in their website. so, if you see poor grammar or misspelled words, do not do business with them. >> reporter: and we should tell you that at least two rental car companies have actually posted a warning on their website saying they do not accept gift cards as payment, t.j. >> you're showing some ways people can protect themselves. things to look out for. how you pay can protect you as well. >> reporter: experts say the best thing you can do is get that credit card and pay with a credit card. that way you can contact the credit card company if there's an issue and try to get your money back. >> good stuff from you always, gio. thanks so much. coming up next, a new look for victoria secret announcing they're ditching the angel wings, all about the company's new image.
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bakery fresh cinnamon roll flavor in every bite, you're going to love 'em. we're back with the victoria's secret shake-up. the company announcing a major rebrand, saying good-bye to the famous angel models. and bringing in a more diverse group of brand ambassadors. erielle reshef is at a victoria's secret store right
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here in new york with all the details. good morning, erielle. >> reporter: good morning, amy. these storefronts are about to get a major makeover. victoria's secret attempting one of the biggest brand transformations in recent memory. ♪ >> reporter: victoria's secret setting aside its famous angel models and revamping its look this morning, bringing on board some of the world's biggest names in sports and entertainment. >> it's a risky move. but they need a bold move, i think it's a great one. >> reporter: while there may be fallen angels the company is signing megan rapinoe, actress priyanka chopra jonas to bring in a broader customer base. a focus on inclusivity. rapinoe reportedly saying i don't know if victoria has a secret anymore. >> despite all the wins, i'm
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still paid less than men who do the same job that i do. >> reporter: while chopra has fought for children's rights acting as a goodwill ambassador for unicef -- >> let's choose to ensure a better world for our children and their children and the generations to come. >> reporter: the new campaign a far cry from images of scantily clad runway models. hoping to turn the company around following scandals, seeing its market value plunge. now the new creative director says he was encouraged by his 15-year-old daughter to join the company and consider changing every aspect of the brand. storefronts will be different featuring mannequins of different shapes and sizes. >> 74% of americans are more likely to trust someone with an established personal brand. the data supports it. intuition supports it. and i just think it's like the cultural mood
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supports this. i think if they follow through on it and it's not just a gimmick, but they actually move in this direction, it could make a huge difference for the brand. >> reporter: victoria's secret says all but one of its new board members will be women. and as you heard there, the new creative director said he took this job after the urging of his 15-year-old daughter who said do it dad for gen-z. >> all right, erielle, thank you. we'll be curious to see how this unfolds. coming up, we have news on erika jayne, but next -- our "play of the day." husband's alleged crimes. but coming up -- >> wait! sorry, sorry. >> i had a whole thing. looking it up in an encyclopedia. remembering phone numbers. renting movies from a store. running with a cd player.
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♪ i like to move it ♪ all right, now, we're back with our "play of the day." the 1,500 meter is the longest race in pool swimming. you would think you would want to save up your energy before a race like that. not sierra schmidt. check her out. the young lady at the u.s. olympic trials, this is her pre-race routine. she's known as the dancing queen of women's swimming. she's been doing this for years. now, what is she listening to i bet you're wondering. >> what is it? >> let's show you what she's listening to. she's doing a whole dance routine based on this k-pop group.
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you see this? >> good for her. >> wow. >> she's in her whole lane there. >> now it makes sense. >> makes perfect sense. that is sierra schmidt. the 1,500 is a mile. it's a long race. she's doing her thing. you like the "play of the day"? >> i love the "play of the day." thank you for that. >> you're welcome. >> why are you looking at me i was going to say something. i was genuine. >> you've been on me this morning during the commercial breaks. more so than usual. >> come on. you're just saying it because it's true. coming up, "rise & shine" from oregon. the community has really helped the state make it through the pandemic. oh, and the wine from there. i think we'll have a little when we come back. >> wine? >> uh-huh. >> wine? >> uh-huh.
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good morning. i'm reggie aqui from abc7 mornings and meteorologist mike nicco is tracking the hottest day of the heat wave. >> look at all the areas other than san francisco in the mid coast. we'll have temperatures in the 90s to even up to 110 degrees. starting at 11:00 this morning all the way through 9:00 tomorrow evening. we have that excessive heat warning and the heat advisory. we central a spare the air, poorest air quality inland east bay and south bay and hot through at least saturday. reggie? i'll take it mike. no worries. i know we're flipped around today. hi everyone. i'm going the start off with the crash here i'm following in redwood city. a bit of a slowdown in the area before shoreline boulevard on northbound 101. no injuries reported which is good news. again the busy spot always around this time the bay bridge
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. president biden returns to the white house overnight after that high-stakes summit with vladimir putin. >> i did what i came to do. >> both sides giving the talks positive reviews. putin defiant on russia's role on election interference and those cyberattacks. biden warning there could be consequences. and our rachel scott confronting putin on his record, on cracking down on his political opponents. >> what are you so afraid of? "the housewife and the hustler." the new twist for erika jayne and her estranged husband after that drama-filled documentary. ♪ ain't no mountain high enough ♪ and with father's day around the corner, we're celebrating
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feet. we're going to share it with you this hour. looking forward to that. >> what beautiful images we're getting from oregon. also, including the owner of the world's largest independent bookstore, hoping to rewrite the national narrative about portland after a tumultuous year. we'll have that coming up. but first, we have a lot of news to get to, including president biden back home in the u.s. after his first trip overseas since taking office, including that high-stakes summit with russia president vladimir putin. mary bruce has more. welcome back, mary. >> reporter: good morning again, robin. the white house is heralding the president's trip as a success, including that summit with president putin. the two sides managed to keep it cordial. they are both giving these talks positive reviews, even though they didn't actually resolve any of their differences. overnight, president biden touching down back in washington after his whirlwind first foreign trip and that historic summit with the russian president.
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>> i did what i came to do. >> reporter: the two leaders shaking hands and smiling for the world to see. after more than two and a half hours, both sides giving their talks a positive review. >> translator: i think there was no hostility, quite the contrary. the talks were quite constructive. >> reporter: but putin still defiant, denying all responsibility for cyberattacks and interfering in our elections. when pushed by rachel scott on his crack down on his political opponents, deflecting. >> if all your political opponents are dead, in prison, poisoned, doesn't that send a message you don't want a fair political fight? >> translator: people came to the u.s. congress with political demands. 400 people, over 400 people had criminal charges placed on them. >> reporter: biden said he didn't issue threats but says he made clear to putin there will be consequences if he doesn't change his ways. >> the bottom line is i told president putin that we need to
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have some basic rules of the road we can all abide by. >> reporter: on cybersecurity, biden said critical infrastructure should be off limits, and he's warning putin the u.s. stands ready to retaliate. >> i pointed out to him we have significant cyber capability, and he knows it. he doesn't know what it is, but it's significant. i think the last thing he wants now is a cold war. >> reporter: now, when pressed president biden was adamant that he is not confident that putin will change his ways, but he says there's a value to putting on an optimistic face here. going forward, the president is in a wait and see mode. he said it will take six months to a year to determine whether this dialogue had any real impact. t.j.? >> mary, thank you so much. now to breaking news the supreme court ruling to uphold the affordable care act. want to turn to our terry moran for the latest. good morning, terry. >> reporter: good morning. this is a huge case, the supreme court for the third time preserving the affordable care
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act, obamacare, tens of millions of americans get their health care through the affordable care act and they can breathe easily. by 7-2 said that the real problem in this case was that the people who brought it, republicans in texas didn't really suffer any injury, that the court could remedy and that's a key principle of american constitutional law. people have to come to courts with a cog aniable injury. the court took note that a couple of years ago, the republicans in congress eliminated the financial penalty, the tax that you had to pay if you didn't get health insurance and so there was no enforcement of this law, the problem here for the republican
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plaintiffs is that while they complained about the law the law didn't injure them in an opinion by justice breyer, he said in a word, they haven't shown that any government action or conduct has caused the injury that they are claiming, so obamacare survives, 30 million-plus americans retain their health insurance and the republicans do have an issue, this is probably the last chance they'll have in the supreme court in this way. >> terry, thank you. coming up on "gma," the newest legal twist for erika jayne after that revealing documentary on her life. plus, it's time to "rise & shine." this morning we're going to oregon. we're there live with how that state is bouncing back from the pandemic. there's rob. let's see rob. where is rob? he's gearing up for our father's day surprise. he's somewhere in america about to knock on one amazing dad's front door.
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>> they're our angels of the morning. >> but you all led a sing-along. >> you learned who juice newton was. >> yeah. >> you didn't participate too much. >> i know the song. >> it's a great song. feel free to listen to it all day. we're going to move on to our "gma" cover story. "real housewives" star erika jayne, her attorneys dropping her as a client in the wake of that revealing new hulu documentary, "the housewife and the hustler." kaylee hartung has the latest. good morning, kaylee. >> reporter: hey, amy. drama is what the "real housewives" franchise is built on, but what's happening on reality tv now is surreal. erika jayne flaunting her wealth claiming she never knew where it came from. now her legal troubles and her estranged husband's are catching up with her. >> there's so many layers to this divorce. it's so [ bleep ] complicated. it's very difficult to explain. i did not see it ending this way.
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>> reporter: overnight, erika jayne's real-life scandal unfolding on "the real housewives of beverly hills." now, a harsh reality setting for the bravo star as her lawyers drop her. >> when you have a client that says i had an attorney and they withdrew, there's a red flag. it alerts you to significant issues either with the client or with the case. >> reporter: erika jayne's attorneys withdrawing their representation the same day the bombshell hulu documentary was released. saying the relationship of trust and confidence that's essential to a properly functioning attorney-clint relationship has broken down and in the good faith assessment of counsel the relationship is irreparable. that documentary giving voice to people her ex-husband allegedly stole money from. >> it was as simple as me noticing i'm expected to get a payment this day and i didn't get it. >> reporter: tom giradi stands accused of embezzling a fortune
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from his clients' financial settlements. >> that's the worst thing a lawyer can do. >> every lawyer knows if you dip into the client's account, you will be disbarred. >> reporter: that money allegedly used to furnish their lavish lifestyle that erika jayne flaunted. before millions of viewers of the hit show. >> i'm an enigma wrapped in a riddle. >> reporter: after two decades of marriage, jayne filed for divorce last november. before his legal problems became public knowledge. she has not been formally accused of a crime and maintains she wasn't aware of any wrongdoing by her then husband. >> how much she knew and her influence on the actual process is something that people are keenly paying attention to, as well as investigators. >> reporter: erika jayne isn't commenting on any of this. it's unclear if she's retained new counsel. as of now, there's no indication that her future with "the housewives" franchise is in jeopardy, but as she ended last night's episode, she said to be continued.
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amy? >> all right, kaylee, thank you. you can see the whole story "the housewife and the hustler" now streaming on hulu. robin? now it's time to "rise & shine." from the next stop on our tour around this great country. oregon, incredible sense of community there helping that state bounce back. kayna whitworth joins us from there. kayna, you had a river view this morning. this is a state that you're very familiar with, right? >> reporter: absolutely, robin. so, first, this is the gorgeous columbia river gorge. i love oregon. i started my career here in bend, oregon, so it's a place near and dear to my heart. if views like this aren't enough for you, if you like coffee, wine, chocolate, beer, this state has a place for you. from the natural marvels to the man made, oregon is a sight to behold. at the heart of this state a rich sense of community. here in bend, danny davis of the
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sun river brewery says that's what kept his business afloat all last year. >> our regulars and our locals showed up in flocks. they were here to buy beer, get to go food, anything to support us. >> reporter: while you may come for the brews, you'll stay to soak in bend's beauty. once named the best place to stand up paddle board in america, people flocked to this river for over 100 miles of paddling. or step into a time machine at this '90's relic, the last blockbuster on earth. look at that tombstone. just outside of portland, good rain farmer found michelle week honors her native american ancestry by bringing indigenous foods from farm to table, which saw a 300% boost last year in members looking to invest in her two-acre farm.
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>> we're paying back our community with vegetables and sharing our stories of our native foods. and generating a more deeper understanding of place for broader community, native and non-native alike. >> reporter: known as the city of roses, portland is home to the international rose test garden where they try out about 650 different varieties before some go to market. you can see it's a popular spot, it's visited by over 700,000 people every year. but the city is still healing after a tumultuous year. emily powell, the owner of the local landmark, powell's books, the world's largest independent bookstore, is hoping to rewrite the national narrative with portland. >> coinciding with the pandemic there was also riots in the city 100-plus days. what was that like being a business owner? >> for us it was still about how can we show up every day and open our doors to portlanders who want a book to read. >> reporter: powell celebrating 50 years in business.
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while they're operating at limited capacity, the line to get in is wrapped around the building. >> i feel buoyed by this community. as long as folks keep reading books, i'm confident we can come through whatever comes our way. >> reporter: welcoming tourists with open arms, meet heidi and bruno. these st. bernards will greet you at the timberline lodge where you can ski and snowboard year round. here at rockaway beach, you'll find a local movie star, the mccloud 25 steam engine. >> it was used in the 1986 film "stand by me." it's got a lot of movie history. we're really lucky to have it. >> here we go. >> reporter: hop on board and chase the breathtaking views all along the oregon coast. >> how unique of an experience is it for someone to ride a steam train like this? >> we are the only coastal excursion on the west coast.
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you can never find another train that is on the beach. >> reporter: oregon has more than 360 miles of coastline. here at rockaway beach they're famous for this landmark, the twin rocks. they jet out of the ocean. more than a hundred feet. don't let those clouds fool you. there's only sunny skies ahead here in oregon. now, the governor says they are inching towards a 70% vaccination rate for all adults. you guys, that means more and more people in the state of oregon will start to feel that sense of normalcy. >> good for them. boy, beautiful. so beautiful, kayna. thank you. we'll check in with you later. right now, back to ginger. ginger? robin, it's one of two states i still haven't been to, and now i need to go. thank you for showing that, kayna. i also want to show you that canada this time of year has their storm season ramping up as ours sometimes comes down a bit.
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that's a rope tornado with that circulation at the base. really picturesque. thankfully looks like nobody was hurt. it was in the middle of a field. i also want to take you to the severe weather threat today. cedar rapids, des moines, madison, wisconsin, all on alert for damaging winds. i know a wakeload ran through cedar rapids. that's the big picture. good morning. welcome to day two of the heat wave. it's our hottest day with record highs likely. we also have the potential for poor air quality. and following that, tonight's going to be our most uncomfortable night. temperatures today, not bad at the coast. 70 to 80 in downtown. some parts of san francisco will hit the mid 80s. mid 80s to mid 90s around the bay. and at least 100 most of our inland neighborhoods. tonight we're back in the upper 50s to even some low 70s. my accuweather 7 day forecast,
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♪y accuweather 7 day forecast, all right, it's time for day two of our "deals & steals" summer bonanza. tory johnson has all your summer activities covered. indoors, outdoors. point your cell phone camera at that code on the screen. let's get right to tory johnson. hello, good morning to you, tory. let's start here, beach or pool, you have something you need to cover up with. what do you have first? >> that's right, t.j. simple sarongs created by a mom frustrated with sarongs that wouldn't stay put. she created this one. the magic is in the placement of the buttons. very strategically placed to fit and flatter, worry free because it won't fall down. there are both terry cloth as well as a microfiber option. there's also matching hooded towels for kids. it's a perfect piece that you will keep for season after season. 50% off today, they start at $19. >> tory, robin immediately agreed the sarong not staying where it's supposed to is a
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thing. she's endorsing that one for sure. what's next here? hats for some extra protection. >> swim lids. these are hats that have built in sun protection. right into the fabric. they're perfect for sun and use in the water as well. they have a bucket hat that will stay put on a windy day. they are lightweight, easy to pack, quick drying. we have sizes from infants to adults and a range of beautiful patterns. this one is great for the whole family. 50% off, they start at $8.50. >> everyone in the studio is trying to get me to put one on, so let's move to the next item. shoes, we have shoes. what makes these shoes terrible, tory? >> they are both fashionable and water friendly. they are shoes for men, women and kids. they're quick drying neoprene uppers and a protective rubber sole. think, t.j., about ocean swimming, rocky beaches, city pavements.
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you'll look effortlessly chic and also will not ruin your shoes. they're made to withstand water. they start 50% off at $34. >> they float on water, but they won't allow you to walk on water. we need to put that disclaimer out there. next up here, we have sunscreen, a lot of sunscreen options. what's the deal with these? >> this is black girl sunscreen. it was created for women of color, but it is loved by everyone, all skin tones. that's because of two special things. no white residue, no sticky feeling on your skin. nobody wants either of those. they also have moisturizing ingredients in this formula, like avocado and shea butter. at 50% off, they're $5 to $9.50. >> sorry. playing catch with the sunscreen with robin. she's trying to get some of this stuff. let's go to the next thing. protection for our phones going into the water. what am i looking at here? >> yes. this is aqua vault. it allows you to protect your
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phone from water, sand, dirt you name it, because it is a triple seal design. it has reinforced corners. it fits all phone sizes. it allows you to take photos, videos, listen to music, text whatever you want to do in the water, even under water. it will protect your phone and it also floats. you don't have to worry about losing it. $15. >> okay, that's a good one there. now let's move to fun and games here. a new game, this is a new game you can play outside. what is this? >> it's really cool. it's called cross net. it's four-way volleyball. think volleyball meets four square. it's an exciting game for the beach, the park, backyard. it comes with everything. you have the net, poles, ball, even a backpack to take it around. competitive fun for all ages. the poles are -- you can adjust the height, so if you have little ones playing or big ones
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good morning everyone. we want to get straight to mike for a look at our forecast today. >> good morning. several items to talk about. first is the heat. everywhere but the coast in san francisco temperatures in the 90s to even up to in the 100s in the areas you see in red. that starts at 11:00 today. the orange is already in effect. that is a heat advisory. the excessive heat warning and heat advisory go through 9:00 tomorrow evening. plus we have the potential for poor area in the north bay. inland east bay and santa clara valley. the heat holds on through at least saturday. still a little warm inland for father's day. back to avera
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there. speeds are around 4 miles per hour at the toll plaza. >> thank you. we will have another abc 7 news ♪ if you close your eyes ♪ welcome back to "gma" on this thursday. it's time to say "rise & shine" once again. we'll head back to oregon. kayna whitworth got a taste of the wine business there. they brought us out this gorgeous wine. they knew better than to give us glasses and a cork screw. >> reporter: it's a teaser for right now, listen, the wine industry is a huge economic driver here in oregon. it provides upwards of 40,000 jobs. newcomers are here to the
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industry. they're doing something one barrel at a time. >> did you ever imagine yourself doing something like this? >> it's crazy to see how life has shifted and changed and how anything is truly possible when you open up yourself to different things. you can fall in love with it. >> reporter: c.j. mccollum is one of six black winery owners in oregon. >> i got drafted by the trailblazers and that's when i explored different regions and what wine can do here in oregon. >> reporter: a dream come true to be part of the fast growing industry that still lacks diversi diversity. less than 1% of american wine makers are black. of the more than 11,000 wineries in the united states, just 70 are black-owned win brands.
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channi channing frye using his platform to get others involved. joining fry kevin love and together they have set out to change the wine game. >> kevin, you grew up in oregon. what's it like for you to see this valley and oregon's wine gain in popularity? >> it's incredible. wine is a major part of the culture. there's so many new people getting into the space. that will ten continue to grow. >> reporter: the number of vineyards in oregon has doubled since 2005. realizing the lack of diversity, they created the one barrel challenge. seven wineries donating an entire barrel of wine. that's 300 bottles, all to be sold with 100% of the proceeds providing educational opportunities for marginalized
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opportunities. >> it's some of the most important work of our life i think. it's important for other wineries to step up. >> reporter: this year's funds will benefit the marius lucas foundation. >> we have a responsibility to kind of make the world a better place, leave it better than you found it. >> reporter: just like in the nba there's competition in wine. >> have you had the 18 mccollum? >> oh, that's vintage. >> reporter: all three aiming to make the wine industry more inclusive. >> i think great wines will come out of this and beproduced. it's about making it approachable for all people. it's a beautiful thing.
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>> reporter: this has been an incredibly popular event. today only all of the wineries participating will donate 5% of their sales to this cause. when you look at that wine in the studio, the chardonnay with the blue label there, that is c.j. mccollum's chardonnay. that bottle sold out in three minutes. you are holding a true piece of history right there. >> i think it's going home with him, kayna. first, tell people you are not on a movie set. that is a gorgeous shot behind you. >> reporter: i know. i'm not. that's the thing about oregon. everywhere you look you see something beautiful. >> thank you for sharing. stay with us on "gma." we have antonio banderas talking about his new movie.
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back now with an incredibly talented about or, antonio banderas. he has been in more than 200 movies. the latest is the hitman's wife's bodyguard. take a look. >> can you put the hood back
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>> did he say cha-cha chambers? >> no. >> perhaps you'll learn a great man doesn't have to stoop to vulgarity vulgarity to express themselves? >> good morning, antonio. how would you describe this movie? >> well, i think an easy way to describe the movie would be that it's an action comedy. that is very easy to describe. comedies in our times are in a way necessary. we've been just going through the whole entire pandemic all around the world. people need to relax a little bit and laugh. >> i love that. you're on the edge of your seat
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and laughing at the same time. you play the villain. you said initially it was going to be more of a comedic role. then it took a turn. tell us how that evolved. >> it evolved on the set as we were just playing the character. we thought that actually you have to establish a contrast between the good guys and comedy side. you have to present a guy that is threatening to the good guys. we created a guy that actually was a sociopath, liar, ego-driven, cruel, ruthless and deeply eccentric which doesn't make him my favorite guy. >> let's talk about the fashion. he plays -- you play this villain. your look is very unusual, yet distinctive. can you describe it for us? >> no. it's impossible. you have to see the movie.
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i knew it was going to be worse. it's colorful jackets, kind of tacky shoes, wig, stuff like that that i had in the beginning. it's quite eccentric which makes him more hateful. >> what was it like preparing for the role? you said you weren't as comedic in terms of acting, yet your look was. you're playing off of some incredible actors who are delivering funny lines. what was it like preparing for it and being a part of this cast pulling this movie off? >> you try not to overdo the entire thing. with villains you have a tendency to overdo them. just do a little more than necessary. i tried to play him as, you know, we have this look. all the exterior part of the
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character. i tried to play him very sly, very calm and just go step by step. almost i just tried to imitate -- i want you to understand this correctly. some politicians, they are very well mannered and suddenly they can be very damaging too. i'm not referring to anybody in particular. there are people in the world that are threatening in our day. i tried to play as a politician, very sly, very cool. >> it was and is something that everyone is going to want to watch. it's an amazing film. antonio banderas, thank you for being with us today. you played him well. >> thank you very much. >> the hitman's wife's bodyguard is in theaters now. robin? now to the finale of our
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"deals & steals" summer bonanza. just point your cell phone camera at the code on the screen to go right to the deals. let's get right to it. didn't we see this on "shark tank"? >> yes, good memory, robin. this is bug bite thing. it's designed to eliminate the problem of bug bites. it's a suction that extracts the insect's venom. it will suck it out and it is chemical free, reusable, safe for all ages. just easy to use as well. you'll get three of them today at $12.50. >> i got to say, these cushions look so comfy, tory. >> they are. they are from cushion lab. they're shaped by ergonomics.
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they'll transform any home chair with a thick cushion that delivers a pressure relieving support. there's a back relief pillow you can use, a neck relief pillow. we have more online. all 50% off today. they start at $36. >> once again we have another "deals & steals" favorite right here, tory. >> yes, from and satin pillowcases. there's an option for personalization i love. beautiful colors. all 50% off or more. the prices start at $30 and free shipping from night. >> you hooked up amy robach. you're all set here. tell us about this last deal. i think it's great. it gets girls involved in s.t.e.m.
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>> goldie blox. creative thinking, spatial skills, problem solving. they're easy fun kits for every day. friendship bracelets, mini purses. they start at $7.50. >> you've done it again. thank you, tory. we want to let everyone know you partnered with companies on these deals. get them by going to our website. ginger, miss you. just want to say that. miss you. miss you. >> reporter: i miss you. hugging you through the camera, robin. too long almost. so the last couple days samantha and i drove from top to bottom of utah and saw a lot of hazy skies. there is a wildfire. look at that beautiful time lapse of the stars. the milky way passing by. even in the
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good morning. i'm abc7 news meteorologist mike nicco. high risk of heat illness with record highs possible today from the mid 80s to possibly i kicked the table. father's day, three days away. >> yes. >> i know you'll get the hook-up. there are so many great dads like t.j. and father figures who go above and beyond for their loved ones. we're honoring one special dad. rob is outside his door right now. how's it going, rob? >> reporter: we're excited, robin. we're outside the door of eric faulkner. we're going to honor all he's done by his community. this segment sponsored by ihop. let's knock on his door. come on.
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good morning, eric. >> good morning. >> i'm rob marciano with "good morning america." you're on live television. i know you think you're going to the school. we have something bigger in store for you. it's a big father's day surprise. if you would, come down. >> oh, wow. >> we're going to take a walk down the street. robin, t.j., amy, do not move. in about two minutes we're going to have the big reveal. come on, guys. this is going to be awesome. stay right there. ♪ i want something just like
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♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ it doesn't take a superhero to help save the planet. small decisions make a world of difference. ikea. oh, i've traveled all over the country. talking about saving with geico. but that's the important bit, innit? showing up, saying “hello! fancy a nice chat?” then we talk like two old friends about sticky buns and all the savings you could get by bundling your home and car insurance.
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but here's the real secret. eye contact. you feel that? we just had a moment. [chuckles] who would've thought it? geico. save even more when you bundle home and car insurance. >> reporter: we are back with eric and his family. >> eric, i know you're shocked. your wife graceann, freddie,
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christina have been in on this surprise. they told me what an amazing dad you are and what a leader you are in this community. we want to celebrate you right now. have a look at this video. for eric faulkner his kids always come first. >> we're going to sight see in the parking lot. >> if i call him, no matter how busy his day is and something is going on with the kids, he'll drop everything. >> reporter: to his kids he's their loudest cheerleader. he and his 11-year-old son freddie are best friends. >> he's really funny. he taught me how to hold the door open for everyone. >> reporter: his daughter christina has down's syndrome and they're inseparable. >> he teaches her to swim. he dances with her. he loves her. you love your daddy. >> yeah. >> is daddy your favorite?
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>> daddy is my favorite. >> reporter: he even plays dress up, all to make his kids jump for joy. >> last year during the pandemic kids weren't allowed to see the easter bunny. he came out of the house and went across the street with his costume on. >> reporter: when that big heart isn't loving his kids, it's taking care of those in the community. he organized a lunch for the staff at his kid's school to show his appreciation for their hard work. >> he felt they were first responders. they were there for us during that time. they were there for our children. >> reporter: along with his family and friends, ihop wants to honor this incredible dad. >> that's the best there is. >> he made me be a better father to my own children. that's something i'll never forget.
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>> happy father's day. >> say love you daddy. >> love you daddy. >> oh, my gosh. i love you guys. >> oh, my goodness, eric. you're a man i aspire to be. tell me what you're feeling right now. >> i'm overwhelmed. i'm so thankful. i'm so blessed to be given this wonderful family. you truly get one family in this world. i just appreciate it. i appreciate all of them. my wife is amazing. she's the strength of the family. these kids are just the best thing that ever happened to me. >> you have a beautiful family. >> thank you. >> graceann, what does it mean to have eric in your life snc? >> he's wonderful. he's incredible. he's a man of god. he's funny. he's genuine. we're blessed. he makes life beautiful. >> there's a lot of people that
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love him. we wanted to share this moment with as many as we possibly could. turn around, eric. look at the sign. guys, can you move the sign for me? [ cheers and applause ] >> come on. i think you recognize some of these people. come on in. we've got friends. we've got family. we've got co-workers. come on over here. they're all here to celebrate you with a pop-up pancake party. when it comes to amazing dads, you stack up with the best of them. i'm so honored to meet all of you. it's an amazing community. when it comes to pancakes, you stack up with the best of them.
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ihop wanting to celebrate you with their delicious pancakes. they wanted to give you a year's worth of pancakes. a trophy, a gift basket. because you're so generous, they're giving you $5,000 worth of gift cards to give away to everybody in your community because everybody needs some pancakes. robert holeman, you have a proclamation. >> thank you, eric. we honor you with a city hall proclamation. happy father's day. "gma's" pop of the block is over the years, mercedes-benz has patented thousands of safety innovation. crash-tested so many cars we've stopped counting. and built our most punishing test facility yet, in our effort to build the world's safest cars.
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we've created crumple zones and autonomous braking. active lane keeping assist and blind spot assist. we've introduced airbags, side curtain airbags, and now the first-ever rear-mounted front-impact airbags. all in the hope that you never need any of it. ♪ ♪
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good morning everyone. metrologist mike tracking our heat wave right now. hi mike. >> hi. hi everybody. it is day two and going to be the most life-threatening day with our hottest temperatures. look at all these record highs. well over 100 in concord, livermore, antioch. 80 to 85 in san francisco to near 90. starting at 11:00 today all the way through 9:00 that is when the excessive heat warning goes into effect. be careful. all right. we are taking a look at traffic here starting with the bay bridge toll plaza. metering lights are still on. they came on at 6:22. it is our busiest spot and next in second place for the busiest spot in the area. speeds are very low if you are traveling westbound. all right. now it is time for a live look
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kelly and ryan. we will be back at 11:00. we will be back at 11:00. we hope tou: it's live with kelly and ryan! today, film actor and host of the late late show, james corden. and exclusively for our amazing viewers, bargains to make your summer fun. plus, we'll show you how to freshen up your home with spray paint-- all next on live. and now here are kelly ripa and ryan seacrest. ♪ i thought that was your wallet. thought that was your wallet. it's not. it's my pack. hey, guys, good morning! hello. hey! hi, deja. morning! hi, deja. happy thursday, june 17th, here in new york city. on thursdays, we dress like we're doing the charlie's angels remake. what? yes, this is my angel's wear. no, i thought that was a glasses case or a wallet. no, it's a little leather patch.


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