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. good morning, america. breaking a silence. >> the only emotion i felt was fear, and survival and training. officer d.a.r.e. ren wilson selling us wihat happened the dy he shot michael brown. prunging the city into chaos. this morning, his message to his parents and the american public. you are positive you would have the same reaction if you were white? >> and a massive nor'easter hitting the east coast on the busiest travel day of the year. hundreds of flights canceled. black friday banned, one saved too much money. a thousand dollar dresser for $79. revealing the secrets that could
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put money back in your pocket. carlton is the king of the ballroom. alfonso pulling out all the stops, his champion partner, witney. overnight, all the finalists flying cross-country to tango into times square. "gma's" "dancing with the stars" after part starts right now. >> good morning, america. >> here we come, new york. and we do say good morning, america. the day before thanksgiving. good to have george stephanopoulos back with us from st. louis. and your interview with officer wilson getting headlines all across country. >> we had to do it from a secret location. he was in fear. he wanted to get the story out. spent more than an hour. answered every question, no restrictions. >> we'll get to that.
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but it is the busiest travel day of the year. and a huge storm coming up the east coast, making driving and flying a little tricky today. hundreds of flights already cancelled. we have the latest. ginger will bring us up to speed. right. begin with ferguson. dozens arrested as the protests got out of control overnight again. and another police car set on fire. i sat down with officer darren wilson telling his side of the story. >> i used my door to push him back and yell at him. he stares at me. and i look back, punches start flying. >> he threw the first punch? >> yes. he threw the first one and hit me in the left side of my face. there was a barrage of swinging and grabbing and pulling for 10 seconds. he was in the car physically, he had ducked his head and come into the vehicle with me. >> where is your gun? >> i keep it on my right hip. i point it at him.
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i said get back or i'm going to shoot you. and immediately he grabbed the top of my gun and said you're too much of a [ bleep ] to shoot me. i could feel his hand trying to come over my hand and get inside the trigger guard and shoot me with my own gun. >> he got off two shots in the car. >> i started to -- >> he started to run? >> he started to run. okay, i missed, the round didn't hit him. i go to exit my car. i use my walkie, shots fired, send more cars. and i chies after michael brown. >> you describe him as a demon in the car. do you know where that word came from? what were you seeing at that moment? >> it was just such a high level of intensity and aggression and anr that it was almost unfathomable to see it. how is this happening. it was shocked. >> and you're positive that
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you'd have that exact same reaction if you were white. >> yes. >> some of the witnesses have said they thought you were out of control. that somehow you had snapped. >> that would be incorrect. there was never -- the only emotion i ever felt was fear, and then it was survival and training. >> we know from the autopsy reports that no shots went into michael brown from the back. did you fire any shots when he was running away. >> no. >> only fired to his front. >> correct. >> as you know some of the eyewitnesss said at the moment he turned around he turned around and put his hands up. >> that would be uncorrect -- incorrect. >> no way. >> no way. >> some witnesses have also said they saw you stand over him and shoot him in the top of his head. >> would be incorrect. >> he's down now. >> yes. >> you know he's dead? >> yes. they tell you afterwards, there are times you won't remember where it's fast or slow. that was the slow motion for me.
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and i saw the face he had go blank. everything was just blank and i knew immediately that he had passed. >> what did you think? >> need help. i got back on the radio and i said, send a supervisor and every car we have. >> you never shot your gun before, and now a man is dead. >> uh-huh. >> does that put you in shock? what are you feeling at that point? >> shock is a good way to describe it. to the a cop wants to use their gun today. no one wants to. no one ever wants to do that. it happened in a minute. >> the brown family came out with a statement. we are profoundly disappointed that the killer of our child will not face the consequences of his actions. what do you think when you hear that? >> i think those are grieving parents mourning the loss of their son. >> they're saying that you have to face the consequences of your actions. do you think there's anything
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you can say to them that can change their minds or hearts? >> i don't think there's anything i can say. but, again, i'm sorry that their son lost his life. it wasn't the intention of that day. it's what occurred that day. and there's no -- nothing you can say that's going to make a parent feel better. >> do you feel any remorse? >> everyone feels remorse when a life's lost. like i told you before, i never wanted to take anybody's life. you know, that's not the good part of the job. that's the bad part of the job. so, yes, there is remorse. >> george, as you know, a lot of reaction to the interview. and people not only listening closely to what he said, but he he said it. and many people are questioning his demeanor. >> yeah. you know, he's very straight forward, very clinical in describing what happened. he has been telling the same story since going back so the police station that afternoon. not a lot of emotion. he sees himself as a police officer doing his duty that day.
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and he's not going to give much more than those facts. >> and in fact he told you he felt he was doing his job. >> because of that, he says he has a clean conscious. >> you are going to have more coming up? >> what's coming up and what's next for him. that's coming up. and we will post the whole interview, every question and answer on our website later this morning. >> all right. it was a relatively calm night in ferguson after monday night's looting and protesting. the national guard were on the street. and alex perez is on the ground in ferguson. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, robin. take a look at this, i'm seeing right here. there are scenes of damage like this across ferguson. an entire row of cars burned her. overnight, 2200 national guardsmen patrolled the streets of ferguson. what a stark difference from monday night. the protests were still
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happening outside the police station. but they were smaller crowds and less violent. about 45 people were arrested. now across the country from coast to coast there were protests in solidarity with the brown family. in minneapolis one woman was treated for minor injuries after a car plowed into a group of protesters there. now back here in ferguson, missouri, governor jay nixon says the national guard will stay in place as long as necessary. robin, george. >> okay, thank you. move on to the other big story of the morning. thanksgiving whereveather. big storm in the east coast, snow in the midwest. turning into a nightmare for million was americans on the move. >> and as advertised, starting as rain, up through florida, south and north carolina. washington, d.c. to philadelphia. the roads are wet. we have pictures, seen video all morning. this is going to be a problem for you. even if it doesn't change to snow until later in the
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afternoon. the heavy rains will start to change over. just north and west, away from the coast, all changes over right there at noon. the pink line is sleet. a little mix. the heaviest snow totals are going to come right here, just west of the pink line. anywhere from albany through interior new england. and wraps around and late tonight starts to move off. but we will all see flakes, even though not a ton of claemgaccu n accumulation. move just away from the coast, and see the totals go up to 4 and 8 inches anywhere in the pink. through the mountains of virginia, through pennsylvania into parts of new york and eventually maine. that's a look at the snow for now. i will have your full holiday forecast, west to east. there are other places worried about this this morning, including the midwest. >> more than 40 million americans, we have been saying, will be driving this holiday weekend. rob marciano is out on the roads
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in new york city this morning for us. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, robin. it's a dicey travel day as ginger mentioned. rain coming down here in new york city on the west side highway. take a look out the front windshield, hydro planing in spots. travel i-95, probably the busiest from d.c. to boston. all wet today. not going to stick there. but a lot of traffic for sure. go further north up the interstate throughway, i-91, hit snow. and i-90 from boston to buffalo, snow-covered and a bit treacherous. not only today, but tomorrow 90% of americans that travel on thanksgiving will travel by car. so keep your distance, keep your patience and yourself and your kids in the backseat cool. happy thanksgiving. >> thank you for keep your eyes onon the road. hundreds of flights cance d canceled, hundreds of delays. this is flights early in the
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day. kerr ke david kerley is at the busiest airport. >> reporter: good morning. we are at the delta tower. and they are heading out there later today. the folks in the tower have not added cancellations. there are delays in the washington area and further north. and they are keeping a close eye on that storm. this morning some passengers are already home, refuses to chance the weather. >> the weather, i just changed my flight. >> reporter: airlines waving ticket change fees, hoping to move as many passengers as possible before the storm. it was smart, before the day started, 200 flights were canceled. >> three hours to scramble and get her. it's been fun. >> reporter: fun is not what the thousands of airline workers are expecting today. here in delta's atlanta tower, they make sure aircraft are ready to go. they know that northeast storm will reach down here on one of
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the busiest travel days of the year. >> it all comes together with the training and -- that we have. that's where it's a test of our mettle. >> reporter: it's not just the weather, it's a challenge to get the bag home. here in atlanta, they have 40 miles of conveyor belts, and today, an extra 10,000 bags. and an extra 20,000 bag on sunday, the busiest travel day of the year for delta. there is a little bit of good news. and at is they're expecting a little less snow up in the northeast. that could mean fewer cancellations. at least that's the hope. everybody here is hoping to get everybody home for thanksgiving. >> so is everyone in our family. thank you. now to amy with the other top stories. good morning, everyone. begin with new details about a daring raid by u.s. special forces in the pre-dawn hours tuesday. stormi a cave in evening yemen to rescue eight hostages held by
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al qaeda militants. a shootout, but they were evacuated. and yemen has allowed militant groups to gain ground in recent months. two men from minneapolis are charged with trying to join isis up one was stopped on a flight, the other made it to syria. about a dozen from minnesota have flown to the middle east to join isis. and the university of virginia is hiring an outside law firm to investigates the sexual assault policy. they adopted a zero tolerance policy. they say it's too early to say how it will be implemented. a suspect fleeing police took a wrong turn. driving down this dead end road. he backs up and decides to floor it, hoping to crash, whoa, through the fence at the end of the street. did not work for him. the fence stops him. it becomes a trap of sorts.
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seconds later, puts his hands up, appearing to surrender. tries to fake out the police, running toward a national guard facility where two guardsmen helped police tackle him. no one was injured perhaps except for his pride. a dramatic jewelry heist in paris. cell phone video catching the scene in the busy shopping district. police chased them across the river. they took a hostage in a beauty salon at gunpoint. they surrenders and the jewels were recovered. a terrifying experience for a woman in australia. the ground gave way and she was swallowed by a nine foot sink hole. forced to tread water for 20 minutes before rescuers arrived and pulled her out. and an extraordinary discovery in france. this is an original book of
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shakespeaikkespeare shakespeare's play. it's 400 years old. it was discovered by chance. experts say it could sell for more than $7 million. yes. that's correct. and some say it could go even higher. it's priceless. and the sky's the limit. if you're flying today, no matter how long the delay. here's something to consider. things could be worse. case in point, this flight in russia where passengers were told to get out of the plane and push because the plane's wheels were stuck to the runway. the temperature? 58 degrees below zero. apparently not unusual for this time of year in siberia. hopefully things won't get that bad in the northeast. don't think they will. take that with you. >> not sure i'm getting on the plane after i have to push it. >> do you get a discount on your ticket? >> consolation for that -- >> don't charge for the meal.
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>> exactly. thank you very much. and now a shopper who, well, he got a little too good for saving money. he was banned by kohl's for price matches. they give you the same price as a rival. can a store really shut you out? rebecca jarvis has the story. >> reporter: israel is such a super saver -- >> i've exceeded $25,000. >> reporter: he has been banned. >> i'm no longer welcome to shop kohl's online. >> reporter: and his strategy is something they encourage. price matchesing. matching a competitor's lower price. >> it's smart shopping. >> reporter: but he says the real key to savings is retailers that allow coupons on top of the price match. it's not just best buy, home depot and walmart that price match. >> even if their small, it never
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thourts and and i have had success. >> reporter: but they are not limitless. he used price matching and discounts to get this $1100 dresser at kohl's down to $79. he ordered six, three never arrived. >> she told me the reason my orders were being canceled was because i was price matching too much and they were losing money on the items. >> reporter: kohl's telling abc news it prefers not to address individual customer circumstances. but it says that it reserves the right to limit the quantity of items purchased per person. >> there ant many limitations to price matches except that a retailer can reserve the right to decline your purchases. >> reporter: but no fear. even with the fine print, there are plenty of big savings to go around. for "good morning america," rebecca jarvis, abc news, new york. >> and it all begins today. or, no, well, black friday.
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but it's on, people. it's on. >> we already see that. thank you. go back to ginger. better travel weather. doesn't look like it there. >> this is florida. a flood watch. 1 to 4 inches, driving in central florida, it was not a pretty sight. it will get better. that's the good news. right into the forecast, florida alone drying out and cooling down significantly. these are high temperatures for today, by the evening, at least. down into the 60s, 62, tampa, 62, jacksonville. but drier. good for travel. and look at the winter weather advisories. there's another region looking for snow happening in some places and and southern minnesota, could see 5, 6, plus inches of snow. and in the pink there. and local areas, up to 12. lake effect snow, also a warning in the u.p. of michigan and upper wisconsin. that's west to east, but your local forecast in 30 seconds,
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first to the snowy cities brought to you by burlington. >> we are getting more reports of snow in the western areas. you have seen the snowflakes coming down and melting on contact, still just rain in d.c.. to be some pretty good downpours, expect to have visibility reductions at times.
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we are expecting a transition to the and coming up, more of my interview interview with officer darren wilson. what his life is like in hidin and what it's like for his family. plus the alarming weakness in home security systems. why your home may not be as safe as you think. and epic fail, the twitter executive who had trouble using twitter. the message he accidently shared with the world. and the huge "dancing with the stars" after part gets started. alfonso and witney taking home the mirror ball. ♪ it's a marshmallow world in the winter ♪ ♪ when the snow comes to cover the ground ♪ ♪ it's a time for play, it's a whipped cream day ♪ ♪ i wait for it all year round ♪ ♪ in winter it's a marshmallow world. ♪
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to you, it isg now 7:26 a.m. on this thanksgiving eve. how is that great traveling going? >> well, if you are traveling on the inner loop of the beltway seems that we do have a lot of travelers headed past the branch avenue here. way, just ane enormous amount of volume. do have an accident that is affecting northbound and southbound on a two-lane road, so plan ahead. 95, virginia southbound, a lot of traffic trying to get down towards the occoquan. is it going to be wet out there? snow? >> it depends on where you are. it will not be until the noon hour that we start to see that we just got a report from stephen in winchester.
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sticking in spots off to the , our transitions will continue east of the blu-ray to about 9:00. here you mightn, see that through the early afternoon hours. the heaviest snowfall, we will be seen that in the mountains but maybe an inch, if you are lucky, caught
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♪ i'm just gonna shake, shake, shake ♪ time the party bus came in the rain. >> i think so. >> that's right, george. >> winners, alfonso and witney arriving in times square. all of the finalists flying here all night long. take a look at the picture derek posted from the plane. fun. we are going to hear from them coming up. i have heard the dancing is starting in the halls. the pros are going at it upstairs. frpts the rain not dampening the spirits at all. >> hello. wow. >> yes. >> a narrow space, too. >> there's got to be a morning after here at "gma." also ahead on "gma," on the lookout. an alarming report about home security systems. why your home may not be as safe as you think.
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and for parents this morning, the importance of preschool. how long kids should really spend in class every day. >> good information. and start with more of the ex-clues i have with darren wilson. tell us what it's been like since august 9th to essentially be living in hiding? >> it's kind of hard to describe. stressful, but that's an understatement. it's -- you're always looking. you're always wondering if someone recognized you, if someone is following you. just every possibility you can think of. >> were you out doing normal things, going to the store, taking walks in the neighborhood. >> at times. sometimes i had to. normally tried to avoid it. >> you grew a beard. >> i had a beard. >> did that help? >> i think so. it was uncomfortable, but i think it helped. just take precautions. everything you do, everywhere
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you go. from where you sit in a restaurant, where you drive, everything has to go through your head, make sure no one's following you. everything. >> what's the most important thing you want the american people to know about you right now? >> we're just simple, every day, normal people. there's really nothing special or anything about us. we're just normal people. >> and when you see the parents, when you see the anger, do you think that there's something more that all police can do in your situation? >> what do you mean by that? >> what -- what do you think is at the heart of this anger that just seems to be seething throughout ferguson. seems like there's a lot of anger below the surface. >> i think there's a communication breakdown. communication has to be re-established. >> between? >> everybody.
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all parties. >> but you feel that you had that in the force. >> i enjoyed working in ferguson. >> past tense, not going to happen again? >> do you think it's possible? do you think they would accept me? be safe for me? questions not only for me, but the other officers. the attention brought to me going to hurt one of them? put them in the situation? >> you're going to resign the force? >> no decisions have been made, but these areas and thoughts we are contemplating. >> what do you want going forward? >> just live a normal life. >> is that possible? >> it will be different. a new normal. but we'll find it somehow. >> any away you can turn what you experienced, what you were a part of, into something good. >> i'd love to teach people. give people more insight on uses of force. anything i can, anything that i can get out of this career i've had thus far. and of the incident. i would love to give someone else. >> anything else you wanted to
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do? >> not really. that was the job of my life. loved it. i pictured being there on -- my only goal was to be promoted as sergeant. that's all i ever wanted. be on the road for 30 years and retire as a sergeant. >> you love being a police officer? >> i love it. >> you got married. >> we did. >> and you're about to have a baby as well. >> yes. i'm really just a simple guy. that's all i am. >> went to the courthouse and got married a few weeks ago. sometimes went to restaurants and hung out. had to be careful. grew a beard for a while. >> michael brown's family has responded. >> they're not happy about the interview. they believe what the officer is saying adds insult to injury. they don't accept his story. there's still a lot of anger out there. >> a lot of anger on both sides. some people who agree with what the officer has said. there are many people, of
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course, who said he should have been brought into a trial and brought up to charges and let a jury, not a grand jury, but a jury decide. but one thing that the police chief there in ferguson said just recently again, reaffirming that violent death, regardless of the circumstances is so tragic. >> always a tragedy. >> always. >> we're going to have the entire interview on the website on on yahoo!. >> check of the weather, heading out west. >> yes. not enough to have trouble spots from the midwest to the northeast. but seattle, under flood watch. it's been a conga line of storms. in the olympics and the cascades, there have been 1 to 5 inches already over the last week. and now so much more coming. how much can you expect? in the yellow, 4 to 6 inches through friday. much more rain. the good news is it does touch on northern california. some of those spots could see 6 plus inches. and rushes down the mountains,
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and flooding potential there too. pleasant weather. it is nice somewhere. right in midland, te >> rainy and 46 degrees in washington, d c, changing over to sell afternoon. affecting areas to the north and west, with >> all that weather brought to you by jcpenny. l.a. in the 80s today, but the fire danger. hold on, fire danger. so it's not all -- okay. >> take a look at this. if you're about to hit the road or head to the airport on the busiest travel day of the year, what you need to know before you pack up. and our alarming report on home security systems. why you might not be as safe as you think. "gma" on the lookout.
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back now at 7:40 with "gma" on the lookout. and this morning, talking about home security systems. millions of use them to keep our families safe. but it may be possible to breach that system. and paula faris is here with the story. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. a little disconcerting. it is your sense of security and peace of mind. your home alarm system. but we're finding alarming as a rule neblts in some of the biggest systems, and it doesn't
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take long, only a matter of seconds. alarm systems, designed to protect you and make you feel safe. an estimated 38 million americans turn to these systems to help secure their homes and businesses. but are you really as safe as you think you are? >> i just hit go. >> reporter: logan, a cyber researcher, says he's found some alarming weaknesses in some home security systems. all it takes is the right tools and know how. >> every system i have tested, from four different manufacturers, they have been vulnerable in the same way. >> reporter: tennesseans ryan and bonnie allowing "gma" on the lookout to visit their house and for logan to test the alarm system, provided by adt, bone o the leading companies. you want peace of mind, go to sleep knowing you're safe. >> absolutely. >> reporter: to disrupt the system, he uses a laptop
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equipped with special software, an te nay, and showing us three ways to interfere with the system. first, he sends a false alarm, causing the homeowner to receive a signal on their key pad that a closed door is open. >> i will keep doing that until i hit stop. >> reporter: homeowners may think they need to open and close the door to reset the system, potentially leaving them open to an intruder. way too easy. second demonstration is more startling. he disarms the system. >> all i have to do here is hit play. creates interference with the door sensor. >> reporter: you said it's disarmed. >> should be. >> reporter: i don't hear an alarm. for the final demonstration, when it's activated. you're learning the family's patterns. >> exactly. >> reporter: and learning the best time to strike. >> yes. >> reporter: if you're a
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perpetrator. after restoring the homeowner's system, logan says the best way to stay safe -- >> be aware this is possible. they should call their provider and and them, hey, is my system vulnerable to these source of attacks? >> reporter: adt says they are committed with providing customers, continual security and advancements and works with the suppliers to enhance the securities of our products. they invited anyone with concerns to contact them. while there is no record of the attacks, logan warns. >> may not be a huge thing today, but will be in the future. >> reporter: for them, the experiment was eye-openering. you had no idea. >> no idea. >> blew my mind. >> reporter: so what can you do? call your security company and for their solution. pressure them. our expert told us because of modern technology, this is going to get easier and easier.
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>> the miracle of modern technology, you got from tennessee to here in a second. >> we perform miracles daily on "good morning america." >> it's great advice and mast r masterful. really good advice. stay on them. and coming up, important headlines for parents about preschool. how long your kids should be spending in class there every day. we'll tell you. and the top twitter executive's epic fail. the message he accidently shared with the world on twitter. and we have the winning moment last night. alfonso and witney taking the mirror ball trophy home. all arriving this morning for the huge after party. get ready. ♪ with my android from tracfone, i can... order safety goggles. play music for seedlings. post science fair projects. schedule guinea pig feedings. video chemical reactions. take pics of mr. bones. time the next launch. calm down principal jones. i can do all that
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♪ ♪ it started with a whisper like we needed more evidence that mastering social media could be hard. so many people shared messages or pictures that they only meant for one person to see. >> not even that. >> he's right about that, george. it's known as an epic fail. but now someone who you think would know better has made that mistake. t.j. holmes, of course, in the social square with this one for us. >> robin, this is one of the top executives at twitter. and he can't even figure out how to use twitter correctly.
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get back into employee orientation before he gives away all the secrets in 140 characters. you're on twitter, one set of eyes, hit tweet, and epic fail. >> i'm announcing my resignation from congress. >> reporter: the reigning king, anthony weiner, the married former congressmen who tweeted a nude photo of himself to 43,000 followers. and there's the terrible tweeter. it's the chief financial officer, anthony noto, tweeting about acquiring another company to 8,000 followers. i still think we should buy them, we have a plan. it's unclear who he was trying to send a nemessage to, that wod be big news for a publicly-traded company. it's the first ever mergers and
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acquisitions direct message fail. remember when charlie sheen lost out to technology? instead of sending his cell phone number to his bro, justin beiber, tweeting it out to his then 5.5 million followers. or the american red cross tweeting about getting slizzard. this morning he's not commenting and deleted it. he's been on twitter for five years and hasn't sent a lot of tweets. he's not adept. cut him some slack. are there epic fails you want to tell us about? >> not that i want to share about you. >> ali tweeted out our address once. >> epic fail indeed. how about you? >> i once sent something out, and had to apologize to miley cyrus. le leave it that that the. >> that story is better. >> much better. thanks very much. have a great thanksgiving.
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still ahead on "gma." are you ready to dance? well, our pros are already heating things up.
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>> good morning, coming up at 8:00 on this thanksgiving and, how is going? and him and his him and him ridge we have had an mays.
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branch avenue and you know resume wasn't rude, we have a point on the south in loudoun county, there had been accident activity, the crash may have been cleared. the newest problem goes back to the camera. this is on the outer loop of a cap road, in ohio right lane did by south onto an, the inner loop of the beltway is in. please be careful. >> we are going to have all of that, absolutely, wet roads of the metro area, temperatures falling to the west, the rain and snow line is getting reports along interstate 81 of snowflakes mixing in. where we have a steadier snow is in western maryland, hitting and sticking. the rates are very heavy, good three inches to inches, higher
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elevations will get more than that. one or three in the western suburbs. wet roads in d.c.. >> another news update coming up for you at 8:25 a.m., the news is always on.
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. >> al upfonso and witney. >> alfonso wins, witney. the dancers flying on the "gma" express. about take over. it's the biggest after party ever. and wait until you see the surprises we have planned. and is your holiday travel about to get crazy center how to avoid the snow and get home safely. and thank you, america. wait until you meet this sanitation worker with a great big heart. how he's helping so many and inspiring us this holiday season as we say -- >> good morning, america.
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♪ they have arrived in times square. the four finalist s to this season's "dancing with the stars." making their way into times square. they have adoring fans waiting for them there. >> some big smiles as well. everyone flew all night long to be here. let's a look at a picture from the plane. and what do they have in the plate? there they are at the twitter mirror having fun moments ago. >> so happy to see them. fill us in. and we're going to giveo you th chance to choose the dance moves. here are the choices, the sprinkler. do we have a -- there we go. or how about the robot? your final choice, ready, guys?
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the running man. >> oh, here we go. >> i kind of like the running man. >> you go right now, america, vote for your choice at our website, on yahoo!. >> they make them look good. we look like idiots. >> they look good. >> looks like a legit dance move. >> you know who does the robot? >> don't go there. >> right there. >> i was going to talk about your running man, not about the robot. let's talk about amy's news. >> all right. good morning, everyone. and we begin with a potential travel nightmare for millions of people who are trying to get home for thanksgiving. as ginger has been telling us, a nor'easter roaring up the east coast, washington to boston in its cross hairs. expecting heavy rain and snow. more than 200 flights canceled. thousands delayed. and not much better if you're on the road where we find abc's rob marciano this morning. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. it's coming down on the west
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side highway. mostly wet today across i-95. probably the busiest interstate from d.c. to boston pop hydro planing is an issue. slow it down just a little bit. but go north on i-91, the new york state freeway and get to i-90 from buffalo to boston, snow-covered at times. that's a little bit dicey. traffic today and tomorrow, i mean, thanksgiving, 90% of americans that travel on thanksgiving travel via car. no school tomorrow, by the way. everybody have a happy thanksgiving. amy, back to you. >> thanks so much. and we will have the complete holiday forecast in just a couple of minutes. in ferguson, missouri, rioters trying to ignite a second night of mayhem were stopped by a beefed up security force. they torched a squad car, but they dispersed the crowd with tear gas. there were triple the number of national guard troops compared
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to monday. and they protested in major cities from new york to boston and l.a. and oakland. many of them blocking the streets, setting fires, but the protests were mostly peaceful. and no regrets from the police officer who shot michael brown. in an exclusive interview with george, he said he grabbed for the gun and charged at him and feared for his life and would not have done it differently. >> some of the witnesses said they thought you were out of control. that you had snapped. >> would be inkrebt correct. there was never -- the only emotion i ever felt was fear, and then it was survival and training. >> tell us a little bit more about what it's been like since august 9th to essentially be living in hiding. >> it's actually kind of hard to describe. i use the word stressful, but that's an understatement. you're always looking, you're always wondering if someone recognized you, someone following you.
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just every possibility you can think. >> you can watch the interview on the website on on yahoo!. important news for parents trying to make decisions about day care. a new study finds full-day preschool prepares children better for elementary school than half day. they improve attendance. most only attend part-time preschool, and half of children entering kinder gar ten are not ready for classroom instruction. and this intersection in china, watch this pedestrian, a truck collides with a car, barely misses him. the vehicles careened in opposite directions, literally missing him by a matter of inches. and finally, this travel headache. how about gooey goodness to get through the travel weekend. cinnabon, a feature in airports, that smell.
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released an eye-opening estimate. estimating it will sell 8300 cinnamon buns every hour at malls and travel plazas. that means that americans will pack on 7,300 million calories an hour. calories don't count during holidays, right? >> no. >> sure. >> nothing like it. >> the smell. gets you every time. >> icing makes everything better. >> there's something in there. >> lara's in the social square. yes, i am, george. and here's what's coming up o the "gma morning menu." first in "pop news," movie over, barbie, find out the most popular girl's toy. and thank you, robin roberts, thank you, america. celebrating ordinary people doing extraordinary things for their community. and come back to me. we're going to see this. it is an epic "dancing with the stars" after party. the dancers are fired up.
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and we can't wait for this one to talk to the finalists. but first, what's popping, lara. >> and we begin with poor barbie. she's going to need to let it go, everybody. for the first time in a decade, she's not the most popular girl's toy this holiday season. this year, it goes to the stars of disney's blockbuster movie, "frozen." one in five parents plan on buying something elsa and anna-related for their little girl this holiday season. the praised for the strong female leads. >> we first saw it last thanksgiving. and never seen it 27 times since then. >> every time my daughters put it on, i think, not again. but i get sucked into it because i love it so much. >> sorry, barbie. the royal residence has been selected for prince william and prison kes kate in new york. staying at the swanky hotel,
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where princess diana stayed when she came to visit. in addition to the $100,000 a table charity at the museum of art, not guaranteed to meet them for the large sum. they will be taking in a brooklyn nets game during their stay. will they see a win. it's unclear considering they're playing king james and the cleveland cavaliers. >> i can't wait to see them courtside. >> kiss cam. >> jay z. and then finally, if you need some inspiration tomorrow to push back from the thanksgiving table and take a walk, we'd like you to think about this -- >> what is that? >> that is munchkin. it's a shih tzu in a teddy bear suit. >> that's a real dog? >> that's a dog wearing a teddy
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bear constitu bear suit. i think it looks like an ewok. this one doesn't talk as many dogs do. he just works out. >> the treadmill. >> he does it daily. this doesn't count as taking your dog for a walk. get inspired and think of munchkin and happy thanksgiving. >> and tomorrow night, everyone can gather and watch a special you have been working on far long time. this is a labor of love. you titled it, robin your "thank you, america." >> we say good morning, america, and this is thank you, america. my mother taught me, can't put a limit on gratitude. thanking every day people for the things they're doing making a tremendous difference. >> you light up every time you talk about it. >> show you a clip of the neil family, they have fostered 92
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children. >> wow. >> stepping into the gap, as they said, to provide love when a child really needs it. they're in the process of adopting another child, their sixth child. they have two older chin. i went to st. cloud, minnesota, knocking on the door to the neil family. oh. hi. how are you? >> oh, my gosh. oh, my gosh. oh my, i want to kiss you. >> hi, jessica, how are you? how are you? >> welcome to our house. >> you're probably wondering why we're here. >> yes. >> we wanted to say thank you. we wanted to say thank you. you inspire us, you're so selfless and you just think of others. and we are not the only ones who want to say thank you to the neil family. >> and i know i shared with you guys, there is a very, very special guest who shows up at
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their door. and you'll see it tomorrow night. >> can't wait. >> and the reaction from the family. >> we know you spent time with an old friend of yours, one you featured on a feel good friday segment. >> the sanitation worker, they cashed in their 401k to help the homeless. around harvey. it was great. people come here to see us work, i went to go see him work. and to find out why he does what he does. >> here we go. >> all right. >> yeah. you know how many people see the homeless and step right over them? >> yes, ma'am. >> what was it about the situation and about you that said i'm not going to luook the other way? >> it was that one time when i saw the first kid on the street with their parents. it just did something to my heart. >> cashed in his 401k. >> yes, he did. he and his wife did that. >> what a perfect thing to watch
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and think about on thanksgiving. and jimmy kimmel, helped you out. >> he helped out. there was a school teacher out in california we wanted to surprise. he was in the audience, thinking he was there for something else. i did a mock interview with jimmy, and we were like, come on down, mr. v. he's a drumline teacher. i just really feel it's the right time for this program. and on thanksgiving. and just reminding us all we all have something to be thankful for. i hope you'll have that third or fourth turkey sandwich and join us at 8:00/7:00 central on thanksgiving. >> that's great. let's go to ginger for a check of the weather. i came out here, where are you guys from? they're seriously every state has come here. and we are in new york city. it's raining. but that's going to change north and west. look what we're seeing, parts of
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maryland, pennsylvania, and north carolina, in the mountains especially, the snow has started. that's going to creep farther and farther east and mix in with the rain at the coast. and then the wind. the wind advisory for boston. you stay rain, for the most part, gusting to some 30, 35 miles per hour. winter storm warnings mostly inland. some of the totals are 4 to 8 inches in pink. the highest away from the coast i things are going downhill in the western areas along interstate 80 west, 36 degrees, it is not sickening of the road sisi a. to inches touch as four inches or our, stacking up. -- just a few inches off the
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west i thought these signs were so funny. sadie and mark, you have some big fans here. and now you're ducks and turkeys. robin, george. ♪ >> got some big fans out there. this is our big after party. all eight finalists are here now to share with them -- you see the fans, you have touched them. once again, you have done this. you have touched america. you have made us feel good. and the fact you traveled all night long to be here. congratulations to you all. appreciate you making time to be here at the little old after party. can we start with you, alfonso? you have that mirror ball trophy right there. alfonso. you wanted to be on the program for ten years? >> ah, right from the very beginning. i watched the first season when john oh hurley did it, and loved
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it right from the beginning. thought it was great. every season i kept telling the producers, hey, i'd love to do the show, love to be on it. i know i said it the last seven years. >> you had to wait until witney was old enough. >> yeah. they had her then -- wait until she's at least 20. >> not only the youngest pro last night one against the three guys. >> i know, it's pretty intimidating. >> a lot of pressure. >> a lot of pressure. but i'm so grateful to be here. this is an amazing experience. alfonso's so great. and i just had so much fun, really. i didn't feel a lot of pressure. just enjoyed every second of it. it's awesome. >> looked like you were having fun. alfonso, so much support from your "fresh prince of bel-air" family. >> yes. >> and we have a special message. >> i love you so much. you mean the world to me. and i'm so glad that everybody
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gets to see you shine. >> aw! alf? >> yes. >> we learn more and more about you. well, you -- >> i have a lot of nicknames. >> you had great fan support. sadie, your family was out there in force as well. and as the judges said, you're cinderella, no dance experience, 17 years old, didn't dance at the prom. >> no, we don't have a prom at our school. we have a banquet. we just eat dinner. we don't dance. a whole new experience. >> are you bringing dance back? >> hopefully i can bring dance back. >> and mark, tell us more about the super mario freestyle. that was out of this world. >> thank you, man. it's -- it's something i've wanted to do for a long time. and, you know, it's really hard to get nintendo to clear it. the first time in history. and they thought that sadie and i were suitable for it. it was a huge honor to bring
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super mario to life. it's one of my favorite moments ever. >> you said it was something we have never seen before. you were right about that. >> try to do it every time. appreciate that. >> did you say you make up little songs or something to help you all remember the dance moves? >> oh, yeah. so i can never get on the right time. and so marc would make up a song, sing it in my head and do a step. and in the quick step, spray, spray, throw, tap, tap, turn and shake your butt. >> it worked. it worked. it really did work there. >> i'm probably going to pay for this, but the judges talked so much about the chemistry between you and val. >> you're going there? >> they're making me go there. that's how i have to earn my money today. >> was that a question? >> only get half pay.
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the future. >> a great season. i think she has a lot to be proud of. i'm very proud of the things we accomplished this season. and i'm glad that i got a chance to -- to perform with this incredible individual. >> and you showed so much emotion. we saw the tears. >> i'm a sensitive soul. what can i say? it was an amazing experience from the beginning to the end. i wouldn't change anything about it. >> beautiful. >> bethany, you're going back to work on youtube. are you going to recruit derek to join you on youtube? >> i want to. get him into some youtube videos. >> i'll be there. i can make little nicks and knacks. >> diys. >> diys. nicks and knacks. >> but it was great to have -- your motivators, as you call them. out in force.
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so proud of you and supportive. >> they are amazing. they support me in e everything do. to see how excited they were about me being on the show was just incredible. and also a lot of them said that i inspired them to do things that scared them. because being on the show was a huge step for me. being on a live tv show, putting myself out there. and i went for it. >> it's not scary when you have that man beside you right there. once again, you brought the freestyle. and the fact that the fans wanted twant ed to see that again. the encore. >> also picking the right thing to do for your partner. she did the fierce amazing. did an amazing job. couldn't be more proud of her. this whole show and season was fresh, it felt new. it felt like a new show. it was a fantastic season. >> but it is such a really good feeling this year. >> i love you on "nashville." >> yeah. >> you on "nashville," how do you find time to do that and everything else? >> it was cool. awesome experience working with
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hayden and the whole cast. i went to nashville today for thanksgiving. love me some nashville. >> a lot more with all of you in just a little bit. and now a little bit more dancing. ♪ tonight's gonna be --
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good wednesday morning to you, the time right now is a 20 7 a.m., let's get a check on the this morning. jack taylor has got an eye on the roads for us. or the parking lot, as we like to call it. >> sometimes. the complication was the crash on the outer loop near river road. the accident still blocked the left side of the roadway with two right lanes getting by.
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southbound on the baltimore-washington parkway, delays southbound to 32, the 95 getaway in virginia southbound, trying to get across the occoquan. a new crashes causing delays there as well. the forecast seems somewhat mixed at this point. >> it depends on where you are at. warnings and advisories remain in tact all morning long. interstate 81 is the key corridor or right now with lots of reports of snow. 34 degrees as the temperature drops in winchester. we have got over half of one inch in stroudsburg and it continues to come down heavily there. potential for a changeover late this morning or early this we areon, otherwise looking for wet roads and a quieter thanksgiving day.
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>> thank you for joining us.
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♪ ♪ it's not unusual to be loved by anyone ♪ we can't forget this. this was the moment everybody was waiting for on "dancing with the stars" this season. alfonso and witney doing the iconic carlton. >> we loved that so much. and right here in times square with us right now. [ cheers and applause ] so what do you say we hear that music again. ♪ >> just makes you want to move, doesn't it, george. come on. ♪ it's not unusual to be loved by anyone ♪ ♪ it's not unusual to have fun with anyone ♪ [ cheering ] ♪ it's not unusual to see me
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cry ♪ >> oh, yeah. ♪ it's not unusual to have -- [ cheering ] >> yeah! ♪ it's not unusual to ♪ not what you say >> there you go. [ cheers and applause ] >> something funny about that -- they learned it the way i learned michael jackson. they did me as a mirror. so they were actually doing it the opposite way. that's why i kept going wrong. i would do michael jackson mo e
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moves, the wrong foot because i used the tv screen as the mir r mirror. that's what they did. that's why i was so bad at the carlton. that's why i sucked. >> i know. >> the audience, great job. and stacey lawrence, flash mob america, thank you so much for teaching everybody. >> yeah! [ cheers and applause ] >> this is what i love about "good morning america," just what you think you've seen it all. i know your wife and daughter were there in the audience. they were cheering you on. and you're expect another little one. when i was in the commercial break, we have a little surprise for you to bring out. go ahead and give it right to alfonso. >> to me? >> yeah, open it up. go ahead, just see what -- yeah, go ahead. >> oh. [ cheers and applause ] >> baby needs a new shaker.
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>> the mirror ball. >> baby needs a mirror ball shaker. >> that's how we roll, that's how we do it. >> they were working so hard. a little injury check. janele, your ribs? >> sore still, it's going to take a little while. >> and mark, the toe we learned for the first time. >> i did it in the contemporary a few weeks ago. broke it two times before, broke it again. just pop it back in. >> it is like a contact sport. you work so hard. >> you were showing me all the braces. >> i have the leg brace on, the back brace on. it was funny, when i hurt my back the first time. he came around the corner, yeah, i just broke my toe. okay, i'm a punk, it's cool. i'm going to set up. >> you win. >> i want to and you, mark, this is from one of our viewers, what is the one thing you and sadie will miss most about each other. and say it in each other's
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accents. >> how i miss her in her accent. well, i think i would miss about her is just how she keeps smile on my face when i'm most stressed about it. >> your turn. >> well, okay, i have to explain it first, mark changes from a normal accent to a british accent really fast. so he would be like what i'm going to miss most about you, mark, is just the love that you have for everybody. >> good job, good job. and sadie, we have a very special message for you from none other than luke bryant. take a look. >> hey, sadie, it's luke. congratulations on how far you have made it. you are amazing to watch. and i know your mama and your daddy and your family are proud. and i'm very proud of you too.
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[ applause ] >> thank you. >> the support you all feel had to be so incredible to feel all that love coming right back at you. >> it was incredible. from my family, friends, all the fans. the support you have on the show, everybody can say it, just overwhelm. >> and you get it from your family, your big brother, max, showing up at the rehearsals and helping out, val? >> yeah. that happened. yeah, no, it was -- it was great. i mean, i'm very proud of everybody. i'm proud of being part of this incredible show. congratulations to alfonso and witney. i thought they are deserving torch carriers of the "dancing with the stars." and i feel very, you know, privileged to be part of this group. i think, you know, last night's show, like derek said, the greatest dance show on the planet. and i'm excited for next season. i'm excited for a tour. i'm excited to keep performing
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with janele and these guys. it's been beautiful. >> we have a commitment you're going to be back next year? >> i have to speak to my people first. >> oh, come on, val. >> got work it out. >> we hope to see you all back there. all the pros. we often say this. we give great credit to the celebrities. you're stepping out of your comfort zone, but the professional dancers, what you do -- >> every single season. >> every single season. >> yep. [ applause ] >> not to be taken lightly. >> can we also just give a shoutout to derek, how good are you on "nashville," dude. huge fan. >> thank you. thank you. >> are you guys ready to do some dancing? >> let's do. >> all right. let's get some weather first. you guys are looking like you are having so much fun. can't leaf all the great crowd out here in the rain. what's your name?
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>> cooper. >> he's from kentucky, he said i don't care if it's raining, i love being here this morning. happy thanksgiving eve, cooper. let's check the forecast, but before we do that, get into the exciting morning we're having. sorry, forget about this one, the "dancing with the stars" after party is still going on. you only have minutes left to vote on which dance moves you want the couples to do live. vote at on yahoo!. and more excitement this spring. "dancing with the stars" celebrating its tenth anniversary. can you believe that? we want to be the first to wish them an amazing tenth. all right. let's go ahead and do that forecast. this is the nicest part of the day, all. it's raining along the east coast. the nor'easter changes to snow, and pockets in the midwest and x 43 degrees with rain and including, d.c.,
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>> and all that weather brought twrou by, oh, goodness, someone is pushing my umbrella. while the weather may not make travel less stressful, there is something that will. tell you about a connection day. that's what verizon is calling their gift to you. tons of digital giveaways, even if you're not a customer. everything from music to audio books s ts to apps to make thel time speed by. it's a bad day, maybe check that out. go to verizon's website, get the first gifts of the season. we're not done. coming up, a countdown to thanksgiving. a super fan is showing us how
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we are counting down to thanksgiving. and what holiday feast would be complete without pie? so we got a nice as pie letter from a viewer in pennsylvania who takes and makes pies very personally and says she drew inspiration from all of us. ♪ meet the amature baker who says "gma" is the apple to her pie. >> "gma" is on the tv when i'm making breakfast, often some
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kind of dessert. and "gma" is on in the background. >> reporter: so when kristen abbott wanted to pump up thanksgiving pies, she looked to us. >> i draw inspiration from the friends and family in my life. when i needed pie recipes and inprags, i thought why not use the "gma" anchors as the inspiration. >> reporter: a take on the robert's family favorite, george, a greek treat, lara, inspired by a cause near and dear to her heart. ginger is a salty and sweet combo she says she loves, and mine, straight from my hometown. >> they have open with the audience. it was easy and fun to do. hey, "gma," i'm coming to the big apple. i hoff you like pie. >> that's affirmative. we're all stuffing you are a faces. go down one by one and reveal the amazing pies for all of us. start with robin.
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>> this is the robin roberts pie. i love your relationship with your family. this pie celebrates that, this is based on your mom's christmas punch, the ginger, lime and strawber strawberries. >> it tastes just like it. it does. it's so good. but it tastes just like my mama's -- >> i'm glad you like it. >> i love it. >> thank you so much. i'm glad you enjoy it. the george stephanopoulos pie. this is based on your greek heritage. the greeks are now my people, my sister married one. this is an adaptation of backlava, and the filling is the white house apple pie recipe that i adapted to salute your political -- >> she's hitting it all. pass it back down this way. >> lara, you love cupcakes, so this has cupcakes and frosting. and a lemon layer which salutes
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your work on the lemonade stand. and the coconut from charleston. and ginger, you are a michigan girl, as am i. it has a layer of peanut butter fudge similar to mack gnaw wild, and sweet and salty. and amy, warm butterscotch. and incorporates corn flakes. again, michigan to highlight -- >> these are all wonderful. >> beautiful. >> wow. >> appreciate it. and you included michael strahan. it's about his favorite dessert. brownies and chocolate chip cookies. to get these recipes, "good morning america" on yahoo. staywith us. >> glad you liked them. >> what is this? >> that's amy's pie. >> really good. >> thank you so much.
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♪ all right, now, the final dance is. we start with bethany mota and derek hough doing the jive. ♪ ♪ i stay out too late ♪ got nothing in my break ♪ that's what people say ♪ that's what people say ♪ i go on too many dates ♪ i try to make them stay ♪ at least that's what people say ♪ ♪ that's what people say ♪ but i keep cruising can't stop won't stop moving ♪ ♪ it's like i got this music ♪ in my mind saying it's gonna
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be all right ♪ ♪ cause the players gonna play, play, play, and the haters gonna hate, hate, hate, i'm just gonna shake, shake, shake ♪ ♪ shake it off ♪ shake it off ♪ break, break break, and the fakers gonna fake, fake, fake ♪ eat i'm gonna shake it off ♪ ♪ shake it off shake it off ♪ shake it off shake it off- ♪ shake it off, shake it off ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> you feel it. beautiful. wow. wow. we'll have what they're having. next, with the samba, janel and her partner, val. ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> come on. talk about high degree of difficulty. my goodness, that was amazing. we have another samba right now. sadie robertson and mark. ♪ ♪ and i want you ♪ give it to me, give it to me ♪ if you know how to get it you got to want it ♪ ♪ i know this is coming through ♪ ♪ and baby your love is come
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through ♪ ♪ your love is coming for you ♪ cool enough but ain't got nothing on it ♪ ♪ this tree is like camouflage ♪ i'm a hunter ♪ well who loves what's going on ♪ ♪ don't you want enough ♪ what you doing when you're gone ♪ ♪ you say i'm gonna keep holding on ♪ ♪ what you mean i keep holding on ♪ ♪ never saw this before some say it's time to go ♪ ♪ love it coming for you ♪ our love is coming for you ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> and now the mirror ball winners, alfonso and witney will dance the jive.
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♪ ♪ ladies and gentlemen makes you feel all right ♪ ♪ you've got the beat to move your feet but i know that's what you like ♪ ♪ hotter than a temple one-two step ♪ ♪ but baby that is a shame ♪ i've got to get it moving got to keep it grooving because i'm up the chain ♪ ♪ hanky panky and turn around ♪ do, let me lay you down ♪ by the time i do this is what you'll say ♪ ♪ the drank wine and go along the line ♪ ♪ the line broke the monkey got choked they all went to heaven in a literal boat ♪
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♪ players in the building let me see you ♪ ♪ let me see you ♪ can we get it started let me see you, let me see you ♪ ♪ let me see you drive ♪ the monkey drank wine ♪ the mo ♪ the mon
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"dancing with the stars" live will be coming to a town near you. many of the dancers that you see here are going to be coming to your town. look out for that. >> it starts on december 27th. don't miss it. you voted, the sprinkler, the robot or the running man. the running man, that's the winner. >> the running man. ♪
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>> good morning, the time right now is 8:57 a.m., let's get to jack taylor in the wtop traffic center. cleared the crash on the outer loop, but the damage has been done. you are unfortunately's low off outer 270 spur on the loop. on the baltimore-washington parkway, south mountain it for ,97, rubbernecking northbound 32, virginia, 95, complicating the getaway near the boulevard, accident activity getting by in a single file to the left. sideways, slick roadways, please be careful. crash, 70 east, 32, only the left lane is getting by. the forecast, good or not good? >> going downhill.
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i would not travel along interstate 81 as the snow is collecting and feeling slushy on the road would spin outs in the area. also, 68, those areas are getting covered in snow with reports of sleet here and there. be aware of that. mainly just wet roadways in the metro area. that transition will be taking place over the next three hours and afternoon it will be more likely to get a burst of snow in d.c. very much.u safe travels to those hitting the road, we will see you back here for the news at noon.
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announcer: it's "live! with kelly & michael." today, superstar recording artist taylor swift. and get ready for "live"'s "pumpkin pie palooza" on today's "superstar thanksgiving secrets revealed." ll next on "live." now, here are kelly ripa and michael strahan! [cheers and applause] ♪


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