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the judges hearing the case will decide her fate when arguments are over. meant ford donations sick children go to the trump family businesses instead? that is the claim and a bombshell report by ford. issident trump's son eric adamantly denying the claims and had this to say in an interview with fox news. million for the greatest hospital in the world, saint jude, and i get attacked for it. the fundraisers included 18 holes of golf and nighttime entertainment. he said most of the costs were covered because they used trump facilities. raisedmagazine questions, sing the expenses went from $59,000 in 2012 to $230,000 in 2015. jonathan: double fisted gesture outside of the white house.
teacher in the process of chaperoning students from a kansas city school on a class trip. the assistant superintendent of thedistrict involves said trip was not school sponsored and would not confirm the actions were against policy. , still reactions are mixed. >> if he is on his own personal time, he has the right to express himself. >> teachers like that should not be doing that. jonathan: the man in the picture has not yet been identified or charged with any crime. troubled metro car train series will be off the rails by the end of the month. 4000 series000 and trains will be phased out. the majority of metro breakdowns involve those railcars. the trains date back to the launch of metro in 1976. jonathan: here is something we can celebrate. did you
most popular museums in the world is in our own backyard? the national air and space museum was number two on the list, edged out by the national museum of china, but it still takes the top spot in the u.s. the national museum of natural history came in fourth, and the metropolitan museum of art in new york city came in fifth. is on display at the hirshhorn museum. swissral was done by a artist, pete wright on the museum walls. is 400 feet long and the artist painted about 40 landscapes in just 15 days. the art will be on display through october 1. alison: no matter who is in the white house come you can bet that there is a closet full of suits. president obama during his presidency will make you say, what? steve: and we had a nice break from the heat and humidity, but get ready for a heat wave t
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if you are sniffling and sneezing, could be the allergy levels. grass pollen is in the high category. the lawns are growing crazy. the temperatures right now in the mid-50's, lower 60's. 62 reagan national. 69 degrees was the hyatt the airport, well below average this time of year. things will change big-time as we move into the upcoming weekend and next week. winstime lows, 50 to 60, out of the east northeast at five to 10. the futurecast from stormwatch 7, bright and early tomorrow morning, 9:00 a.m., plenty of sunshine, grabbed your sunglasses heading out the door. clouds shenandoah valley, the blue ridge, but other than that a beautiful day w
than today. making it into the mid-70's. if you added clouds in the mid afternoon, but nothing that will stop you from enjoying the nice weather. barbecues tomorrow night, go for it, swim club looking good, or maybe golf. as we move into the hourly forecast, overnight 50's into the upper 50's, lower 60's as we move into the day tomorrow. more afternoon near 75 degrees. fairfax,, celebrate lower 80's, 87 saturday, 92 sunday. don't forget the capital pride parade saturday at dupont and logan circles. a little warm, mid-to-upper 80's. once the sun goes down, falling into the 70's. the beach forecast looks outstanding. beach, 80, rehobeth degrees saturday and sunday, drive, not very humid, and i will say this upcoming weekend will probably be the best beach
the high pressure moves off the coast, signaling the start to the heat wave sunday. the wind will be out of the southwest, cracking up the heat and humidity. how hot? by monday, near 95 degrees, tuesday 96, lower 90's wednesday. monday and tuesday could have heat index values just around 100 to 105 degrees. alison: wow! steve: hope you enjoyed today. alison: that's hard to imagine. jonathan: temperatures like that, i don't even know what a swim club is, but i want to join. the president as a taxi go. -- to wear a tuxedo.
this is a surprising fact about the obama presidency. he wore the same tuxedo all eight years. michelle obama spilled the beans at the apple worldwide developers conference. years carefully planning dresses and accessories, and he wore the same tuxedo and shoes and nobody ever noticed. athelle said she poked fun him because it only took him 10 minutes to get ready. it's not fair. jonathan: you can own a piece of presidential history. a brownstone that frank and claire underwood lived in before going to the white house is on sale. the president and first lady from the series "house of cards" brownstone is located up the road in baltimore. thing, and on this it's beautiful, $500,000. look who is still awake. alison: i know. erin: i thought the cavaliers were going to do it, but the
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of the nba finals in cleveland, lebron james and the cavaliers in desperation mode. it was not an elimination game, but one the cavaliers surely needed to win. third quarter, james drives, fouled by kevin durant. still gets it to fall. cleveland up 83-82. kyrie irving had an incredible game. fouled,uarter, drives, 38 points. went cold in the final three minutes as the warriors closed out the game on an 11-0 run./ l.d. as the warriors -- 31 for k.d. as the warriors win again. >> it was a tough, resilient performance. it was not the smartest game we played all year, but it
>> can you describe kevin's demeanor? >> you can tell that he senses this is his moment. we have a group around him that can help them create space with the shooting and playmaking. i think he is having the time of his life. erin: we go now to thompson, live at the podium. >> he just had that determined look tonight. did he say give me the ball? we know in that situation to get that man the rock. he a seven foot, can shoot with almost everybody, and has amazing touch. .e had a huge three we are confident in him taking that shot every time. erin: the nationals close out the west coast trip in l.a. tied at 1-1 in the sixth. gonzales scores. the dodgers go up and
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i'm joey. >> i'm brian. >> we're bartenders at the heavy dog in cleveland, ohio. >> tonight jimmy welcomes michael keaton, anthony davis, and charlie wilson, featuring robin thicke. >> get a hot dog with froot loops, bacon, macaroni and cheese. enjoy the show! >> dicky: from hollywood it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight -- michael keaton, from the new orleans pelicans, anthony davis, soccer superstar neymar jr. and music from charlie wilson featuring robin thicke. and now, heads up! here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: ry
hi, everybody. i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thanks for coming. thanks for everything, really. i appreciate it. well, for those of you who were with us in primetime tonight, welcome back. after another evening of big-time basketball, game three of the nba finals between the golden state warriors and cleveland cavaliers, this is the third time these teams have matched up for the finals. and as we learned last year, anything can happen. a player could turn into a werewolf. we don't know. we really just don't know. by the way, one thing we know is they jack up the ticket prices this time of year. courtside seats for game three, in cleveland, went for as much as $20,000 a pop. you know, usually to be able to afford that you have to have a baby with a player. [ laughter ] that's serious money. tonight's game as i mentioned was in cleveland, where of course they have very dedicated fans. i think -- i did a lot of
research. i believe these two win the best t-shirt contest for 2017 for this. i may be indian, but i hate curry. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] that's very strong, well done. meanwhile in washington. all eyes were off the court and on congress for the main event tomorrow. former fbi director james comey will appear before the senate intelligence committee to spill the beans on president trump, which when you think about it on a human level is pretty great for james comey. can you imagine getting fired and then the next thick you know you get to trash talk your boss in front of the whole world? it's like a dream come true. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] we got a surprise preview today of what comey plans to share. the senate released his prepared statement. president trump is like, you can prepare statements? [ laughter ] but there are a few good nuggets in it. comey confirmed that trump asked him to "let go of the investigation" into ex-national
ties to russia. he said in four months he had nine one-on-one conversations with trump, three in person, six on the phone, which is very unusual. and this is what comey wrote about his dinner with trump back in january. he wrote, he had called me at lunchtime that day, invite med to dinner that night, saying he was going to invite my whole family but decided to have just me this time with the whole family coming next time. it was unclear from the conversation who else would be at the dinner. although i assumed there would be others. it turned out to be just the two of us. it's starting to read like chapter one of "fifty shades of orange." right? very sexual. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] comey wrote that at their dinner the president said, "i need loyalty, i expect loyalty." which is not an appropriate thing for a president to ask the head of the fbi. unless he's lanning to do the right thing and marry him, that is. [ laughter ] and trump told comey he had nothing to do with russia, had not been involved with hookers in russia.
recorded. i love that he denied being involved with hookers in russia. let me tell you, bill clinton must be laughing his ass right now. wherever the hell he is. [ cheers and applause ] so then because these were uncomfortable conversations comey told the attorney general, jeff sessions, he did not want any future direct communication with president trump. melania said the same thing by the way. [ laughter ] it didn't work out for either of them. so tomorrow will be an interesting day. today is an interesting day. i don't know if you know this, today is the vice president's birthday. mike pence. i know this because one of our writers got an e-mail yesterday from karen pence, his wife. the subject you see, hi, do you have a minute? michael's birthday. friend, it has been my true honor and greatest privilege standing by my husband's side as your second lady. it has been a remark able ride. it has been remarkable. one thing it has been is remarkable. she wrote, i wanted to make sure you knew about an
i want to give you a chance to join us in our ankle braces tomorrow, june sfenth, 2017. my husband, vice president michael pence, will turn 50 years old and i can't think of a better way to celebrate than a birthday card signed by millions of americans just like you." you can't any bed he'd like a back rub more, that would be better. she's like the annoying person at the office who brings a giant card around and forces everyone to sign it. the vice president would love to see your name and it would mean the world to our family if you added your happy birthday wish by 9:00 p.m. on june 7th, 2017. then there are two links to sign the card. this is a very sad e-mail, folks. [ laughter ] by the way, if you click on one of the links to sign the card, you get this. you can't even write a birthday message, just your name, e-mail, and zip code. for his birthday mike pence gets a list of names, e-mails and zip codes. that sounds like fun. it's not at all like
veiled attempt to get your voter information. for fund-raising purposes. poor mike pence. that's a terrible birthday. maybe after the testimony tomorrow his birthday gift will be getting to be president of the united states. [ cheers and applause ] i know this is out of left field, remember zima? like a weird -- yeah, alcoholic beverage from the early '90s? yous zima to figure out who at the bar you didn't want to talk to. it was huge, it was a huge thing. then all of a sudden it was gone. but they're breaking it back. this fourth of july weekend, zima makes a comeback. i'd almost rather zika make a comeback than zima. [ laughter ] which by the way is really good timing. you really want to wait until there's a virus that's one letter off from the name of your product before relaunching that product. but i guess these are turbulent times. and we need as many ways to get drunk as possible. so welcome back, zima.
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never forget that. >> i don't have a college degree. but i do have a yacht. guess you can eat it, education. who's the dummy now? i only paid $30 million for it. on credit. i don't even have the money. >> a great man by the name of bazooka joe once said to his father, dad, have you ever seen a machine that can tell if you're lying? well, his dad said, seen one? i married one. >> there are three rules in life. number one. never quit. >> rule number two. never trust a man in a trench coat. could be two little people stacked on top of each othe
>> and rule number three. do something bold! let a horse ride you! it feels so good. >> now you guys get out of here and go build me a real live sex robot. good luck. where do i get my gift bag? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you, everybody. congratulations. we have to take a break. when we come back, soccer star neymar jr. is going to try to kick a ball, that's him, past a goalie named guillermo who's all the way on the other side of the street. stick around, we'll be right back with that. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
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welcome back to the show. cleto and the cletones with the music of timbuk-three. michael keaton, anthony davis, and music from charlie wilson and robin thicke all on the way. if you're a soccer fan -- how many soccer fans do we have here? [ cheers and applause ] know at least 40% of you are lying but i appreciate the enthusiasm. if you are a soccer fan you are undoubtedly familiar with the super human known as neymar jr. [ cheers and applause ] he's the star players for barcelona and for the brazilian national team, he won an olympic gold medal, he's only 25 years old and he happens to be on our roof right now. hola, amigo. >> hi, jimmy. thank you. >> jimmy: neymar, first of all,
all the way up there. [ laughter ] your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to score the first-ever goal over hollywood boulevard from our building to the el capitan to the hollywood highland center all the way across the street. do you think you can do it? can you make it to the hollywood and highland center? >> i can. >> jimmy: beautiful. but not only is the net more than 150 feet away, it is being guarded by america's number one goalie/security guard. guillermo. [ cheers and applause ] hi, guillermo. >> guillermo: hi, jimmy! >> jimmy: you look great. >> guillermo: jimmy, i'm very excited, very happy with neymar! >> jimmy: you look like we should cut you in half and squeeze you into a drink. guillermo, if i remember correctly, you love heights, right? >> guillermo: no, i hate heights. >> jimmy: you do not like heights, yes. neymar's your favorite soccer player, correct? >> guillermo: yes, i love
neymar, you know that. >> jimmy: i know that. are you nervous right now? >> guillermo: no, not nervous, i'm happy right now with neymar. >> jimmy: you're happy, to be almost so close to him, it must be exciting. which are you more worried about right now, playing against your favorite or plummeting to your death? >> guillermo: plummeting to my death. >> jimmy: do not dive for the ball. okay? >> guillermo: okay, jimmy. i promise. >> jimmy: this is important but not that important. neymar, are you nervous right now? >> come on, man. i will try. >> jimmy: what if i told you guillermo plays for a recreational soccer team in north hollywood? and they won their first playoff game on sunday? are you nervous now? no? okay, all right. >> no. >> jimmy: all right, then. let's do this. this is a long kick. i don't know, seems kind of -- seems a little more dangerous than i care for. but let's do it. are you ready? >> ready. >> jimmy: all right, let's do it. here we go. [ cheers and applause ]
going all the way over hollywood boulevard. >> guillermo: three, two, one! >> jimmy: and here we go. it is -- oh, a little bit short! oh, this is where a guy gets hit by a bus. okay. unfortunately we only have one ball so this is going to take -- no, okay, all right. here we go again. just got to get a little more leg into it. whoa! a little bit short. wow. why is there no -- did we clear the traffic? oh. once again we brought the city to a complete halt! for no good reason at all! neymar. >> guillermo: come on neymar! neymar, neymar! >> jimmy: take your time. and here we go. it is a big kick -- oh my goodness! [ cheers and applause ]
>> jimmy: can we look at that again? can we look at it again in slow motion? let's take another look. here's the ball. he had the distance. and right in the corner of the net. past guillermo. what was the one thing i told you not to do? >> guillermo: not to dive. >> jimmy: yeah, not to dive. >> guillermo: but it's neymar, jimmy, the best player in the world. >> jimmy: you gave 110%. neymar, that was quite a shot, congratulations. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you, thank you. >> jimmy: have fun up there. we have a great show for you tonight. charlie wilson and robin thicke. anthony davis is here and we'll be right back with michael keaton. so stick around! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> dicky: portions of "jimmy kimmel live" are brought to you by the new
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mercedes-benz stage. we are back in primetime on friday night for game four of the nba finals with owen wilson, zach lavine, jamal crawford, and julius randle. and we have a new show in late night after that with mandy moore, jerrod carmichael, music from bebe rexa with lil wayne, and i take on the winner of the scripps national spelling bee. she's 12 years-old and she will soon know the meaning of d-e-f-uh -- however defeat is spelled she will know. our first guest is an oscar-nominated, golden globe-winning actor who played a fictional superhero, a fictional, superhero and now, super villain. he suits up as the menacing vulture in "spider-man: homecoming," it opens july 7th. please welcome michael keaton! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
>> jimmy: i tell you, when you just gave me a little lick and a squeeze, if i had food in my mouth -- >> popped it out. >> jimmy: it would have heimliched me. >> you know what i heimliched -- >> jimmy: you did? that's your penguins cap? yeah, you're more focused on the stanley cup finals. >> i am. >> jimmy: than the nba. >> no, but wow, anthony davis is here, that's a treat that guy is unbelievable. i heimliched a guy. >> jimmy: you did? where? >> yeah, he wasn't choking. [ laughter ] i just wanted to try it out. no, no. a good buddy of mine, this is true, a very good friend of mine, dennis stugen, at his house, everyone had gone home. we're throwing darts. which we used to do a lot. all of a sudden i looked a him, he's really red in the face. then he's kind of getting a shade of blue that was concerning. and he kind of goes, v
look at him and go -- we had a few beers at that point. i go -- oh [ bleep ]. and i remembered. reading or seeing somewhere. someone explained what the heimlich maneuver was. i got behind him and i thought, man, i hope this works. and i did it really hard. because you're supposed to. this thing just shot across the room. and here's what's really amazing about it. nobody said anything till like the next day about 11:30. he calls me. he goes, hey, man. do you remember last night? and i go yeah, good party. he's like, do you remember heimliching me? i go, yeah. none of us said anything. shoom! the thing goes, we kept playing darts, then i went home. it's like, i saved a guy's life last night. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: there's a swedish meatball right in the bull's-eye! that could be a fun game. heimlich dartboard. >> that's a really good idea. >> jimmy: s
meatball with the toot pick in it and fire away. >> i am really -- that's a very good idea. >> jimmy: forget hockey. >> yeah, yeah. how are you doing? >> jimmy: i'm doing well, thank you. congratulations on your penguins. you root for the penguins, you love the penguins. >> all things pittsburgh. >> jimmy: even though you're batman, you root for penguin. >> i never thought that. yes, i do, because i'm open-minded. >> jimmy: do you have an nba team? >> i inherited them when i moved to l.a., i used to make sean, my little guy, carry him to the forum, saw all the great, great, great teams. that's because pittsburgh never had an nba team. they had an aba team which was a great team. >> jimmy: what was the name of that team? >> the wrens for a while. >> jimmy: bad name. >> bad name, yeah, little birds. yeah. >> jimmy: pelicans is no good either. we're going to get into that with anthony, yeah. >> true. it's not menacing enough. yeah, so there was never a team. i'm a laker fan. >> jimmy: that's good. >> i suffer. >> jimmy: you mentioned your son sean, taking him to laker games. i think
people don't -- i know some people know about this. >> he's a center for the lakers? small forward? >> jimmy: no, your son, almost as impressive, not quite, but almost as impressive, has written, cowritten, produced, some of the biggest hits in music. >> yeah, man, he's hot. he's killing it. >> jimmy: who are some of the artists he's worked with? >> nominated for a grammy for the country tune "die a happy man." [ cheers and applause ] yeah. and he won. they won. record of the year or song of the year at the acms? you know, there's so many country awards. country's a thing that came to him later. he rote hip-hop and pop music for demi lovato -- >> jimmy: jason derulo. >> yeah, david ghetto. >> jimmy: do you listen to any of this kind of music? >> yeah, i do. you honestly. and i don't know if you -- when you see your own movie for the first time or you start out and you -- i went to the theater, i wanted to go
"night shift" and sit in the theater. >> jimmy: one of the greatest movies of all-time. [ cheers and applause ] you think i'm joking. really. in my top ten all-time favorite movies. >> really? >> jimmy: yes. >> you want to see it and have the full experience, and the other thing was when -- i think "heart attack" or -- i think it was "heart attack." i hadn't heard on it the radio. that's an old-fashion kind of thing. you right around the car, i imagine that's what all those people are talking about. >> jimmy: yeah, right, hearing on the radio. >> you hear a tune on the radio. so i would never hear it. so like valet drivers, you know, they look at me and i'd pull in and my station tuned into something every 15-year-old girl listens to. they're like, dude's into the really weirdest. i'd be playing it, come on, man, i want to hear it. one day i heard it while i was driving around. oh, man. >> jimmy: what did you do? >> i flipped out. i meld went home. i just heard your tune on the radio! such an
the radio. it had been on the internet for months. >> that's right. but it's different because it pops up. it's not something that you seek out. and press "play." and there's something -- >> exactly. >> jimmy: magical about that. >> yeah. >> jimmy: was your son equally excited? >> yeah, very much. very much. you know him, you met him. >> jimmy: you know. >> you were at the house. >> jimmy: lionel ritchie was at your house which was kind of amazing also. does he live at the house? >> he does. >> jimmy: lionel's working for you? you don't have to pipe in music? >> he goes on tour. the house is a mess! then i go, what's going on? he goes, i'm on tour, dude. no. >> jimmy: he's your friend. >> he's a pal. you were there are. ronnie howard was there. a lot of people are did. i'm the most boring person. truly. >> jimmy: yeah. actually, we all saying that. [ laughter ] at the party. >> i have very few -- i don't really have a lot of parties. but i wanted you to come. >> jimmy: it was christmas time, and there was lionel richie. we're going to take a break. when question come back, w
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