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well, with your finances that is. we had nothing to do with that tie. voya. helping you to and through retirement. good morning, america. this morning, ready to testify. the woman accusing supreme court nominee brett kavanaugh of sexual assault now agreeing to appear before the senate judiciary committee. the negotiations ongoing this morning. why this deal could still fall apart. court date. stormy daniels heading to federal court in her civil case involving donald trump. what the judge's decision could mean in her attorney's efforts to get depositions from the president and his former personal attorney. breaking overnight. wildfire exploding in size. the flames forcing mandatory evacuations. crews tackling the fire from the ground and the air.
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the efforts on all fronts this caught on camera. look at this. kids in the driver's seat. the bus driver allegedly letting them take the wheel. >> it's all good, it's all good. i'm letting her stop at michael's stop. >> the charges the driver is now facing. and ready to bite. the stars of "shark tank" joining us live to preview their 10th season, sharing their secrets for success. >> we have a deal! >> plus, the contestant now turned shark. all right. so the sharks are here. i don't want to prejudice anybody but whit has an idea for the sharks. it's not the best idea i have ever heard. >> we think he's going get made fun of. >> we'll see. we'll see if they bite. it could be an embarrassing moment on national television. >> i'm really looking forward to that. good morning, everybody. let's get straight to the news. it looks like the stage may be
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set for a history-making hearing in the u.s. senate. sources telling abc news that dr. christine blasey ford has now cut a tentative deal to testify this week. >> she's agreed to tell her story of allegedly being sexually assaulted by supreme court nominee brett kavanaugh when they were teenagers. judge kavanaugh denies the claims. >> this comes after days of intense negotiations between dr. ford's attorneys and the judiciary committee. there are still details that need to be ironed out, including who will be asking those questions. >> the white house appearing to hold steady in support of kavanaugh. overnight, vice president pence confidently predicting judge kavanaugh will be confirmed. >> we have team coverage. george is standing by but let's start with david wright in new jersey where president trump is spending the weekend. david, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, guys. this tentative deal comes after a lot of intense wrangling from both sides over how and when this hearing would proceed.
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according to sources, dr. ford has agreed testify thursday. the senate judiciary committee's me too moment. a showdown likely to dominate the news all week long. and one that threatens to polarize the country even more. committee chair chuck grassley of iowa had set a 2:30 deadline saturday for dr. christine blasey ford to commit to testify about her allegations that judge brett kavanaugh sexually assaulted her at a high school party in 1982, allegations that kavanaugh categorically denies, the latest of a series of deadlines, or else the committee would proceed to a vote. at 2:17 an e-mail arrived from her lawyers.
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dr. ford accepts the committee's request to provide her firsthand knowledge of sexual misconduct next week. they talked about the leaks and the bullying have that have tainted the process and made it clear that negotiations are not finished yet. speaking to conservative activists at the values voters summit, vice president mike pence expressed confidence kavanaugh would survive this. >> honestly, the way some democrats have conducted themselves during this process, it's a disgrace. and a disservice to the senate and the american people. >> reporter: but ford's family, and many others, are demanding justice. >> they need to know what this man did in his youth so that he's held responsible. >> reporter: not since anita hill accused judge clarence thomas of sexual harassment a generation ago has a supreme court confirmation become such a lightning rod. if the thomas confirmation is any guide, the kavanaugh
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hearings could have political fallout far beyond the senate committee room. president trump insists he's not worried. >> brett kavanaugh, fantastic man. he was born for the u.s. supreme court. he was born for it, and it's going to happen. >> reporter: there's still a couple of points of contention here. one of them, whether the committee will hear from other witnesses. dr. ford has reportedly identified a number of people she says were at the party and might be able to corroborate her story. at this point, we know of three people who have come forward to the committee to say they have no recollection. and in any case, the senate judiciary chair, chuck grassley, has said he's only interested in hearing from her and him. dan? >> david wright in new jersey, thank you. a lot on talk about. let's bring in abc news chief anchor george stephanopoulos. george. >> good morning, guys. >> good morning. you heard david talk about the remaining sticking points.
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is it your sense that this is going to happen? >> let's underline tentative right now. dr. ford has agreed to thursday. senator grassley, it appears, said it could be okay. some of the sticking points that david just identified could end up block the hearing from taking place. the democrats want other witnesses to come forward. maybe they'll have the witnesses outside the hearing. that could be a compromise. there's a whole question of whether a staff attorney should question dr. ford instead of the senators. maybe they'll work out a compromise there where they both do it. there's fair amount to work through on the hearing. thursday is a long ways away. >> depending on who is doing the gauging of the length of time. for some of these people, it feels like they got to push this thing through fast. let's talk about the stakes here. here's how "the new york times" put it this morning. a judge who could well overturn row v. wade, hand-picked by a president who faces allegations of sexual misconduct now faces an accusation of sexual assault
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that has plunged the senate into chaos less than seven weeks before an election. how can we think about this? >> this is the highest stakes congressional hearing probably since the clarence thomas/anita hill hearings back in 1991. if both kavanaugh and dr. ford testify, it comes down to who do the senators believe? and in some ways, it's very hard to get to the truth. it happened so many years ago. as david pointed out, the three other people that dr. ford has identified as being at the party say they have no recollection of what happened there. i think one of the other big questions out there, will other information come forward in the coming days that could tip it in one direction or the other. this is going to be a tough call for dr. kavanaugh, for dr. ford and all those senators who are going to have to make a vote. >> it's not just who the senators believe. it's what the american people
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believe heading into the midterm, as well. >> remember, on this one, judge kavanaugh comes into the hearings already underwater with the american public. he's not a particularly popular nominee. when justice thomas had his hearing in 1991 he came in with support from the american public and more americans believed him than anita hill in 1991. will that be the case this time around? we don't know. >> times have changed. george, thank you, appreciate it. >> thank you. >> george has a big show this morning, including more on the battle over brett kavanaugh, with a top democrat, senator dick durbin, who will go one on one with nikki haley. that's coming up right here on "this week" on abc. george, thank you. >> thanks, guys. now to adult film star stormy daniels and her fight to keep her lawsuit against president trump alive. >> a hearing is set for tomorrow in the closely watched case involving the president and his former fixer, michael cohen. abc's kenneth moton is in washington with that story. good morning, kenneth. >> reporter: good morning, eva.
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the civil case has been dormant for months because of the criminal case involving michael cohen. tomorrow, the federal judge could decide the fate of this ongoing legal saga between the president and stormy daniels. attorneys representing president trump and adult film star stormy daniels back in a los angeles federal court tomorrow for what could be a significant ruling. in a stunning reversal earlier this month, both the president and his former personal attorney, michael cohen, promising not to enforce a $130,000 nondisclosure agreement daniels signed just before the 2016 election. the nda, an attempt to keep daniels, whose real name is stephanie clifford, quiet about an alleged sexual encounter between her and trump years ago. daniels and her attorney, michael avenatti who have been fighting the nda, not letting trump and cohen off the hook. >> they're very concerned that we're not going to get a chance to depose donald trump. >> reporter: the civil case was on hold while cohen dealt with the federal charges. last month, cohen pled guilty to
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some charges. cohen claiming he arranged the hush payment at the direction of then candidate donald trump. the president has denied any wrong doing. >> to be called a liar and have people not believe me for months and months and months has really taken its toll. it was just like so, yes, vindicated. i felt like all this weight came off my shoulders. >> reporter: tomorrow, the federal judge could dismiss the civil case or reject the trump and cohen motions, effectively restarting the case. that move could lead to a next step the sitting president likely doesn't want to deal with, a deposition. >> they don't want me to have an opportunity to ask donald trump questions under oath and for him to have to answer those questions and then for the world to hear those answers. >> reporter: because the judge hasn't ruled on any of the arguments or even given a structure for tomorrow's hearing, it's anyone's guess about what could happen next. whit? >> thank you, kenneth moton in washington. now to a california wildfire
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exploding in size overnight. now threatening homes. >> that fire forcing mandatory evacuations. firefighters fighting to get it under control under difficult conditions. over 100 on those front lines and rob is here with the details. rob. >> hey, good morning. a devastating wildfire season. we're now getting into the peak of it for southern california. we're not in a santa ana wind event. yesterday afternoon in southern california a fire started and it ramped up quickly. overnight, fire crews battling this fast-moving brush fire burning out of control. the raging charlie fire north of los angeles exploding overnight from three acres to over 3,000 in a matter of hours, triggering mandatory evacuations. the fire 10% contained this morning. >> there's a lot of fires out here all the time. a lot of people lose their homes. >> reporter: more than 100 firefighters deployed in the race against time. helicopters and airplanes bringing the aerial assault.
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>> two copters in the air. one doing jobs. we have a number of strike steam teams throughout the ridge watching the fire, making sure it doesn't jump. >> reporter: watch as you see the top of the ridge engulfed in flames. crews on the scene setting backfires and cutting lines to try to slow the blaze. the expanding fire creating a massive plume of smoke seen for miles. warm and dry there today. the winds will be across parts of northern california and eastern nevada, getting into wyoming as well. critical fire danger there today. it is warm and will continue to be this afternoon. temperatures in the 90s. that will continue in the next several days. we'll see temperatures back in the triple digits. much more weather coming up. back to you guys. bill cosby heads to court tomorrow for the start of his sentencing hearing. >> the comedian once known as america's dad will learn his fate after being convicted of sexual assault. erielle reshef is on the story. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you guys. as you know, all eyes are on this sentencing. it's been a dramatic fall from grace for bill cosby.
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cosby facing the possibility of years behind bars. he's the first celebrity to be convicted of sexual assault in the me too era. >> guilty. guilty. guilty! >> please, sit down, all three of you. let me tell you something. >> reporter: monday, america's former tv dad, bill cosby, due back in a pennsylvania courtroom to hear his fate. during the first day of his sentencing hearing. ♪ >> reporter: cosby, once one of hollywood's most adored stars, found guilty in april of three felony counts of aggravated indecent assault for drugging and sexually assaulting andrea constand at his pennsylvania home in 2004. >> each of the charges carries a maximum ten-year sentence. >> reporter: the former comedian's first trial ending in a hung jury. a retrial resulting in a guilty verdict. all eyes will be on constand this week as she comes face-to-face with cosby,ak th stand to deliver her victim
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impact statement. a judge denying a motion that would have allowed more accusers to address the court. prosecutors are arguing that the 81-year-old is a sexually violent predator, a scarlett letter cosby's attorneys are hoping to avoid. >> we're disappointed by the verdict. we don't think mr. cosby is guilty of anything. the fight is not over. >> reporter: from the outset, he maintained any encounters were consensual. he's widely expected to appeal. >> it's not unthinkable that the judge could sentence him to jail time and order that he be turned over immediately to correctional officers at that hearing. >> reporter: bill cosby is legally blind. his attorneys are likely to that his declining health is one of the reasons for a lesser sentence. cosby is permitted to make a statement. there's no word yet on whether he will do so. a lot of people wondering though. >> thank you very much, appreciate it. we move on the a wild story out of indiana. a bus driver accused of letting
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middle school students take the wheel. the alleged incident caught on cram. it went viral. stephanie ramos has more. >> it's all good, it's all good. i'm letting her stop at michael's stop. >> reporter: that is a child behind the wheel of a school bus. the viral video allegedly shows the actual bus driver coaching the kids with other students on board. >> first, you got put your foot on the brake. there you go. >> reporter: authorities say 27-year-old joandrea mcatee, allowed three students ages 11, 13 and 17 to drive her bus in a rural area as they dropped kids off after school. police say a parent contacted the school's resource officer and the school district then investigated. when mcatee showed up to the bus barn to pick up her check, police arrested her rgs charging her with neglect of a dependent.
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the porter township school corporation is angered and disappointed in the actions of this driver. the fe of the uds mptely unacceptable and totally at odds with what we stand for as a company. the driver had been terminated. no one was injured during that bus trip. but guys, what a ride. >> unbelievable. stephanie ramos, thank you. we're watching the video. the fact the bus driver is standing so far back too, incredibly alarming. >> so hands-off. >> absolutely. shifting gears so to speak, tiger woods on the verge of capping his comeback with a victory today in the tour championship at atlanta. he goes into the final round with a three-stroke lead after firing a 5 under 65 on saturday, including six birdies in seven holes. this is the first time he's led going into the final round since his last victory five years ago. rob was glued to the tv. >> i was. i don't think tiger has ever lost a tournament with a
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three-stroke lead going into the final round. >> you're hopeful he'll win? >> i'm pretty confident. he's a different guy. he's got justin rose and mcilroy on his heels. >> should we listen to rob? he's weather man. >> his predictions are a little iffy. >> dan is a sports guy anyway. >> you don't know how much trouble i'm in with rob. i'm in so much trouble. i'll hear about that through the commercial break and the rest of today. >> your take on the louisiana tech game yesterday was really fabulous. i want to show you what is going on in texas just west of louisiana. they had it hard yesterday as far as rainfall goes. over a foot of rain in parts of texas. this, just north of austin. there were some evacuations yesterday. the san gabriel river rushing up and over the flood banks. we wide spans of torrential rainfall. east of i-35, the shifting is
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across parts of the tennessee river valley and up the ohio river valley as well. some flood alerts there. virginia in that, too. we have thunderstorms and rain showers firing up along that. that will continue to be the case, think, really, through the next couple of days. a little bit of a bull's eye. memphis, through paducah, up to four inches op rainfall. some of the nfl games, as dan good sunday saturday morning i'm lisa argen check out the fog. we have the sun above and we'll look for a slow burn off today. the cooling trend, got under way yesterday. it's with us over the weekend. fall arrives tonight at 6:54 and we have gusty winds as soon as tomorrow. offshore winds for a warmup monday. 78 in palo alto and fremont with mid-60s in san francisco. the look hared cooler tomorrow, warmer o
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today is the first full day of fall. and in celebration, i broke out the brown suit. >> oh. >> yes! are you going wear it all season again? >> i don't know. i don't know. i don't have ron here to defend me from the onslaught. >> there are food stains on that suit from 1975. >> no, no. dry cleaning damages your suits. >> so you haven't seen cleaned that suit? >> a little smudge there. >> spit-polish. >> i knew i smelled something this morning. michelle owe what is make splash with her new book tour. >> the former first lady is selling out arenas usual ly sol out by stars like madonna. diane macedo is here with that. >> reporter: good morning to you. you think about events that cause thousands of dollars a ticket. "hamilton." a beyonce concert. nope.
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it's michelle obama's book tour. the setting will be anything but intimate. she's the former first lady -- >> when they go low, we go high. >> reporter: known for being a devoted mother, a fashion trend-setter. and one of the most influential women in the world. and she's not afraid to have a little fun. ♪ i need no permission did i mention don't pay him any attention ♪ >> reporter: but this morning michelle obama is one of the hottest tickets in town with her new book tour in a class of its own. >> she's not the typical author. she was really popular first lady. she has an international following. it makes sense that she would have a really massive book tour. >> reporter: tickets for the ten-city arena tour are selling out so fast, floor seats can cost over $2,000 each. throw in a meet and greet package, you're look at roughly $3,000. the tour added two extra shows. still one fan writes on twitter, can confirm that getting michelle obama tickets was more difficult than getting beyonce tickets. we're not talking small venues. the tour kicks off at chicago's united center, which seats
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23,000. >> this is totally unprecedented in the book world. this tour is going to be massive. to put it into perspective, j.k. rowling, her biggest book stop was radio city. it had 6,000 seats. >> reporter: fans are not the only one excited. here's michelle obama on instagram. >> i'm proud of what i have created. it's candid, it's honest. it's honestly and utterly me. i can't wait to share it with the world. >> reporter: the book is called "becoming." it comes out on november 13th. the tour is a called a conversation with michelle obama. it promises intimate conversations and a selection of to-be-announced moderators. the show ends in brooklyn at the barclay's center and some are hoping that maybe beyonce and jay-z will be a part of that show. >> jay-z as a moderator, okay. >> just throwing that out there. >> dan this is what your book tours are like, right?
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>> i have had events with four people. two of them my parents. >> and one yourself. >> mm-hmm. coming up here on "gma," how one police department is using a podcast to track down a millionaire on the run. wanted for killing his wife. plus, the duchess of sussex is revealing a wedding day secret. what was hidden in her outfit. and the sharks are we have some of the stars of "shark tank" here live. whit's idea is not bad. >> really? thank you, dan. >> tech: so you think this chip is nothing to worry about? well at safelite, we know sooner or later every chip will crack. these friends were on a trip when their windshield got chipped. so they scheduled at they didn't have to change their plans or worry about a thing. i'll see you all in a little bit. and i fixed it right away with a strong repair they can trust. plus, with most insurance a safelite repair is no cost to you.
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good morning, i'm kate larsen. tonig tonight, members will hold a candle light vigil in show of up port for christine ford.
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she accused brett kavanaugh or sexual assault. they are expected to testify before the senate judiciary committee on thursday. it starts at 8:00 p.m. and elcamino and embarcadero road. lisa argen has a look at the forecast. >> you can see the fog here. a pretty picture here with sunshine. it will clear throughout the coast today. it's going to be breezy and cool there. 64 in mountainview right now and a view from emeryville right now. hazy, 40s in the north bay. upper 50s at the coast. kate? >> thanks so much. the news continues now with good morning america.
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welcome back on a sunday morning. happening right now, the battle over supreme court nominee brett kavanaugh and the talks to iron out the details of christine blasey ford's testimony before the senate judiciary committee. there's now a tentative deal in place for her to testify about her accusations that brett kavanaugh sexually assaulted her when they were in high school. sources tell abc news that under this tentative agreement, ford and kavanaugh would face the committee on thursday. we have to emphasize, it's tentative. it's going to be a busy week as they work this out. >> we'll be watching it. we start this half-hour with the new and novel efforts to catch a millionaire fugitive on the run. >> authorities in california creating their own serial podcast hoping it will lead them to a businessman accused of killing his wife.
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abc's marci gonzalez has more. >> reporter: this morning, investigators in california taking an unconventional, modern approach to tracking down an accused killer. >> the countdown to capture begins now. >> reporter: police in newport beach launching their own podcast, hoping the chilling tale of qc chadwick's murder in 2012 will spark enough interest to generate new leads as they search for her fugitive husband. >> today, i'll tell you more about peter chadwick. >> reporter: police say 54-year-old peter chadwick strangled his wife of 21 years at home. then left her body inside this dumpster. a day later police say the real estate investor called 911 claiming a handyman killed her and then kidnapped him at knife point. >> they killed her yesterday. >> reporter: the six episodes of the "countdown to capture"
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podcast going into details about the case including chadwick's arrest. >> given the blood on his hands, the scratches and bite marks on his body and the holes in his story, perhaps it should come as no surprise. >> reporter: charged with murder and pleading not guilty, he posted $1.5 million bail. his passport seized by police. then in 2015 investigators say chadwick emptied his bank accounts and vanished. >> he does have money. so he's able to do some things that other fugitives can't. >> reporter: authorities say he could be anywhere in the world, but with the podcast already leading to new tips, police are hopeful chadwick's days on the run could be numbered. >> before the podcast we were not getting calls from the public and now we are. all it takes is one good tip for us to be able to find peter chadwick. >> reporter: the father of three is on the u.s. marshal's most wanted fugitive list. there is a $100,000 reward for information leading to his arrest. the first three episodes of "countdown to capture" are out
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now. police really hoping this gets people talking the way that serial and other crime podcasts have. guys? >> mar, yo ithis wor oer departments will adopt the practice. appreciate it, marci. thank you. let's get back to rob. >> i want to crank you off with some great video out of salt lake city. check it out. that is a dust devil. a big one. that is daunting. that looks like an ef-1, ef-2. caused by a little bit of heat, a little bit of spin. there's no cloud connected to it. nobody was hurt by that. the driver pulling over or slowing down to film that. meanwhile, cooler air, first day of fall. frost advisories, freeze warnings for northern new england. temperatures starting to feel like fall across parts of the upper midwest and western great lakes, 50s, 40s, maybe 30s before it's all said and done. the rest of us have to wait. time for a look good sunday morning. waking up to sunshine east of
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the tunnel. dense fog along the coast. we are looking at temperatures today in the upper 70s by noontime inland and low to mid-80s for the afternoon. >> this weather report is brought to you by amazon. pretty sure you can pick up a brown suit there. >> the more i look at it, the more i like it. looks good on you. >> it looks like you got stuck in a dust devil. >> and the abuse continues. >> it's not going to get better. >> i think you look great, rob. >> thanks, pal. coming up here on "gma," meghan markle's wedding day secret. what she kept hidden as she walked down the aisle. and would you pay $500 for sneakers that look like this? the debate taking over social media in "pop news." the debate taking over social media in "pop news." the debate taking over social media in "pop news."
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welc welcome back to "gma." the eyes of the world were on meghan markle when she walked down the aisle to marry prince harry. now the new duchess of sussex shares something special that was hidden in her veil. >> reporter: a look behind the scenes, a royal secret revealed. >> fantastic. >> is it as beautiful as you remember? >> my go it'sma?
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seeing her givanchy wedding dress again for the first time since getting married, shown as part of an hbo documentary film to a different type of family. >> reporter: the film explores the role of the queen, showcasing the queen's work. a rare look behind the scenes at her daily activities. >> yes, ma'am. >> reporter: meghan markle interviewed for the first time since joining the royal family. the film features the rare interview with her about her wedding day. >> there's a piece of -- did you see the piece of blue fabric that's stitched inside? >> no. >> it's my something blue. it's fabric from the dress i wore on our first date. >> reporter: until now, meghan's veil better known for the masterful craftsmanship that went into stitching unique flowers from each of the british commonwealth countries into the trim. the commonwealth close to the duchess's heart. >> we understand how important
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this is for us and the role that we play and the work that we're going to continue to do within the commonwealth countries. yeah, it was good news all around i think. i hope people -- i hope people liked it as much i liked helping to create it. >> reporter: and that world," debuts october 1st on hbo. >> literally, a peek behind the veil. little secrets hidden in there. >> it was cute. nobody knew the whole time we were watching the wedding that she had taken that dress. >> nice to have an inside secret. >> definitely. thank you, eva. coming up here on "good morning america," i'm a little bit nervous about this, the sharks are in the house. what they've got in store for "shark tank's" tenth season and the contestant who became one of them. i'm going pitch an idea. even just telling them about the pitch -- >> stay strong. stay strong. >> i'm going in hard. back in a moment on "gma." back in a moment on "gma." back in a moment on "gma." ((horn beeps)) come on. ♪
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welcome back to "gma," everybody. we have very special guests with us this morning. the hit show, "shark tank" premieres its tenth season next month and the sharks are in the building. joining thus morning, barbara corcoran, lori greiner, daymond john, and kevin o'leary. thank you so much for being with us. we truly appreciate it. barbara, let's start with you. you've got ten seasons, the 200th episode coming up. what can we expect this time around? >> this is a little bit of a different season. first off, we have two women new sharks on the season. the iq has increased about 40 points. >> of course. >> secondly, we have more aggressive sharks. everybody is trying to be mr. wonderful. now he's a pushover. that will be surprising to people. and we have entrepreneurs that will win your heart. everybody at home will love our
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entrepreneurs this year except the ones that we don't like that we don't invest in. >> what's so great about this show is it inspires ideas, entrepreneurship. kevin, there's going to be a new shark this season, right? >> yes. for the first time in a decade, the circle of life has happened on "shark tank." a entrepreneur that had nothing a few years ago, became very wealthy through success and entrepreneurship. it's jamie simonoff. he created ring. all the other sharks blew him off when he showed up at "shark tank." i was the only one who believed in him. i offered him $700,000 in debt, not equity. >> blood-sucking deal. >> he rejected it but -- >> he shot your down, right? >> he did shoot me down but i believed in him. he sold that company to amazon for $1.1 billion. now he is a shark. circle of life. that's a kumbaya moment. >> amazing. highlighting the success of the show and what it's done for people. >> we create millionaires, billionaires. that's what "shark tank" does. >> i understand there's a special sweepstakes.
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tell us about it. >> yeah, "shark tank" is having and launching a "shark tank" high school sweepstakes. it begins october 7th on our tenth season premiere. high school students can each enter by answering the question on twitter, what important business lesson did you learn from tonight's episode. after each episode, for four weeks there's a weekly prize pack. the grand prize includes a trip to the set of "shark tank." go to for official rules and details. >> fantastic. now you get some younger people involved, hopefully inspire some more ideas as well. lori, want to ask you, what has been the secret to this show's success through ten seasons? >> well, first off, i think a great thing about our show is it's very authentic. we are what -- what you see is what you get. i think also it's because it personifies what everybody wants to achieve the american dream. people like to take control of their lives, their destiny.
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and i think people from 7 years old to like 107 years old, everybody, men, women, children love it because they learn from it. and i think that they're all fascinated with how can i become successful? and i think they learn that every single friday night or sunday night with us. that's why i think people love it. >> it's also made business sexy, if i could add. really, it has. >> entrepreneurship. that's what we're founded on and entrepreneurship has become like the new cool, right? >> i'm convinced i invented the snuggie about five years before it became a thing. all these things, you're like, wait a second, why didn't i think of that and do something about it. i have always wanted to pitch an idea. i have one for you today. i gave you all little sharks on the paddles. i'm going ask you are you going bite on my idea or not. if you're going to bite, you hold up the shark. if not, keep it down or turn it
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around and give me the firm rejection. >> we'll whack you with it. >> it's a family show. but here's the pitch. you have your shark paddles out. you've heard of the roomba, right? goes around the house. it's like a robotic sensor, a volu vacuum cleaner. for pet lovers out there, anybody have a dog? >> yep. >> i have one. >> you got one? what about a roomba for the backyard that picks up your dog's waste. hear me out for a second. it goes around the yard. it's got the sensors, a docking station with biodegradable bags. it recharges, cleanses the system. it's got sensors for your special area. we could call it the poopa or the dunga. >> yeah, like that. >> i got one. are you going to bite? >> i actually will. i know what kevin is going to say. >> i'll tell you right now do not give up your day job. >> thank you very much. i'll keep reading the teleprompter. >> kevin says throw out the dog. >> i'm more on an idea guy.
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it needs more development. >> some issues. some issues. >> i like it. >> i think we can do it. so i got one. i got two. all right. 50-50's not bad. from the peanut gallery over there. >> it's pretty bad. >> it's pretty bad, all right, i'll take it. thank you so much. truly appreciate it. thank you for coming in on a sunday morning. be sure to tune in. "shark tank" season premiere on sunday, october 7th at 10:00 eastern before moving to its regular time at 9:00 on october 14th. we'll have "pop news" when we come back. i'll be back to reading the teleprompter where i belong. thank you. to most people, i look like... ...most people. but on the inside, i feel chronic, widespread pain. fibromyalgia may be invisible to others, but my pain is real. fibromyalgia is thought to be caused by overactive nerves. lyrica is believed to calm these nerves. i'm glad my doctor prescribed lyrica. for some, lyrica delivers effective relief from
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"good morning america" is sponsored by state farm, neighborhood of good. visit to volunteer in your community. time for "pop news." diane macedo is here. >> paul simon wrapping up the
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homeward bound farewell tour in the place where it all started, queens, new york, last night. ♪ be my bodyguard i will be your long lost pal ♪ >> that was "call me al." he also played all the other classics like "me and julio down by the school yard." "the sound of silence." the 76-year-old says it's the last show he will ever play. so sound of silence indeed. no more singing for paul simon. speaking of singers, rihanna is a singer, an actress, a businesswoman, and now add diplomat to the list. she's cultural ambassador for her home country of barbados. now they have named her ambassador extraordinary and plenty potentiary. now she'll promote the country's education investment efforts. she says she couldn't be more proud and will taken to responsibility. dan, i'm glad that i got to say plenty potentiary. >> i want to put that on my business card.
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>> there you go. dan loves big words. and we have all had the pair of sneakers that we wear them to death. the ones that are ripped, taped together. your mother is telling you you look like a bum. what if you could get sneakers just like that straight out of the box? the high end label, golden goose is getting attention on social media for these $530 beauties. they come complete with what looks like tape on the outside, laces that are intentionally worn. check out the box they come in. it's golden. very appropriate. >> better, for that price. >> big debate on whether the used look has been in for years or whether this is something that needs to go. would you pay 500 bucks for a pair of taped-up sneakers? >> no. strong no. >> as long as they're comfortable. cliff clavin once said happiness is a comfortable pair of shoes. >> my feet are swollen. they barely fit in my heels. i might pay $500 for a pair of sneakers at this moment. >> no. if i was a shark, i would be spanking whit with my paddle right now. a lot of people are buying those sneakers. >> really? >> yes.
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>> there's hope for the poopa or the dunga. >> i think we're going with the dunga. >> we've settled on it. >> we have created a mascot for it too. >> don't show anybody that. thanks for watching abc. bye, guys. we'll see george soon. bye, guys. we'll see george soon. bye, guys. see george soon. welcome back. good morning, i'm kate larsen. there's a great chance to get out and be active in san jose today. the department of parks and recreation will close seven miles of city streets.
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you can walk, bike and play in the most iconic neighborhoods. electric scooters are banned from the event. it starts at 10:00 on monterey road. in san francisco, residents and visitors can enjoy a free block party in tenderloin. the church is joining the group, sunday streets to host a variety of activities and celebrate the 89th birthday of the reverend williams. "this week with gorge stephanopoulos" is next. first, we go to lisa with weather. >> it's cool out there. temperatures in the 40s. you can see the view here where the fog is compressed. it is going to clear. it is going to get breezy. cloudy at the coast and in petaluma. pretty picture here from the tower camera. 47 in santa rosa. 59 in vacaville.
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if you are headed to the coast, clear, but only in the upper 50s. the on shore flow keeps us cool today, cooler than average. 69 in oakland. 85 in concord. 73 palo alto. the accuweather seven day forecast featuring a warm up in store tomorrow. the winds go offshore. we are going to get warm here with high fire danger through thursday, then we cool off by the end of the week. >> thanks so much. we'll be back at 9:00 a.m. ♪ when you have doctors working as a team for your health, you get the care you need to help you thrive. ♪ visit to learn more.
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life. to the fullest. "this week" with george stephanopoulos, starts right now. supreme court showdown. >> brett kavanaugh. fantastic man. fantastic. >> i believe her. because she's telling the truth. >> dr. christine blasey ford wants to testify on thursday. judge kavanaugh's nomination hangs in the balance. >> somebody's mixed up. >> i think she's mistaken. >> don't get rattled by all of this. we'll plow right through it. >> there are plenty of reasons to disbelieve judge kavanaugh. >> i just want to say to the men of this country, just shut up and step up. >> will the hearing take place? under what conditions. the most consequential yet for the me too movement.
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the supreme court, the senate, the trump presidency all at stake. and -- >> there's a lingering stench and we're going to get rid of that, too.


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