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country can't reach it's potential... unless we all do. together. a stronger country. . >> whitney: tonight law enforcement officers across the country are in mourning after one of their own was gunned down last night in prince william county. ashley guindon was shot down
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ronald hamilton shot at the officers. >> she had a passion to serve others that went beyond herself. >> whitney: guindon had previously served in the marine corps reserve. and here's what we're learning about ronald hamilton. the 32-year-old is an army sergeant that works at the pentagon. hamilton's wife called police regarding a domestic violence incident. when police arrived, mrs. hamilton was already dead. >> reporter: and we're seeing clear skies out there right now. here's a look at it on satellite and radar. you don't have to go too far to find rain. and we're looking at essentially clear skies and mild right now. we'll see a little bit more
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time first light rolls around. dry for monday afternoon. rain chances increase for the rest of the week. >> whitney: crews continued helping in appomattox following last week's tornado. saturday alone, 820 meals were served. and 19 roofs were tarred. we also have an update on debris collection. the county began pickup today and will continue throughout the week. and vdot will pick up yard and debris mix. and there are volunteers on site ready to help with disposal.
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keith harris died in the storm. but despite damage to the church, evergreen opened its doors to grieve and heal. [bells tolling] [singing] >> reporter: their community and church are damaged but their faith is far from broken. >> jesus has never left our building and jesus will never leave evergreen. >> amen. >> amen. >> reporter: members of evergreen church gathered in prayer sunday morning for the first time since the storm. >> we need healing, god's strength, god's courage. we need hope for the future. >> reporter: a future that includes several repairs to the gable roof. >> it ripped off the tin roof. and i think it pulled the
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>> reporter: though the church still stands, the church is mourning a greater loss. keith harris died in the storm. >> this is what it's about, keeping god at the center and still coming to go in the midst of tragedy. >> reporter: congregation members are saying they're stronger than when they came. >> it's important to hear that message because now we can take that home with us and try to use it with your lives together. >> whitney: the funeral for harris will be tomorrow at 11:00 a.m. at robinson funeral home.
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>> whitney: we have a sad seriously injured in crash four months ago. the family of ivy adkins confirms the teen has died. her mother posted on facebook who was in the hospital this
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bacteriaal infection and died. ivy and her cousin suffered life threatening injuries after their car crashed on lake forest. we're just two days away from super tuesday. and presidential hopeful marco rubio made a campaign stop right here in our area. in front of a packed house at roanoke college tonight, rubio told the crowd why they should vote for him on tuesday. but even more than that, he talked about why they shouldn't vote for republican frontrunner donald trump. much of rubio's mocking got big cheers from the crowd, but one comment brought shock rather than cheers. >> he's taller than me like 6'2", and his hands are small
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and you know what they say about men with small hands? you can't trust them. >> he's trying to outtrump, trump. everyone is talking about trump. at least now people are talking about him a little >> whitney: rubio isn't the only candidate stopping in this area. donald trump himself will be talked about radford university tomorrow. we'll have a crew there for that as well. interesting stuff. >> reporter: wow.
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>> will: >> will: with all the pictures of damage that we've been
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week, let's end the week with a barrage of sunrises and sunsets. paula set that one in. and brooks sent that one in. and amy, with a sunset shot. 51 lynchburg. 53 danville. 52 in the roanoke valley. hot springs 46. and charlottesville 45. we're dry here on pinpoint doppler radar. in the west we start to run into showers, and some of those are heavy showers. and those are associated with a boundary. and that may trigger off a shower primarily for our western counties. and the boundary just kind of breaks apart. we'll increase the sunshine by the end of the day on monday. and we'll be watching for that cold front out here towards
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that will bring more showers in here for tuesday night into the day on wednesday. so we look for clear skies in the overnight hours tonight. and a small shower in the afternoon hours for tomorrow. this has messed up because it's gone forward in towards time. let me see if i can't fix that quickly. and let's see if we can get a better map. this is what we needed to show you. we have a 20% chance of a morning shower for monday morning. monday afternoon, looking for drying conditions. tuesday afternoon, for clouds. a chance of a shower tuesday night. and thursday afternoon, we have a little bit of rain coming in. and some of that if it is left
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fall in the form of wintry precipitation before it changes back into rain on friday. we're not talking about temperatures nearly cold enough or as cold as what we saw earlier on. however they'll be cold enough to throw in wintry precipitation. lows 44 south boston. and daytime highs 66 lynchburg. 65 amherst. roanoke valley 66. harrisburg 62. we're watching some rain coming in for later on into the day for wednesday. actually that should say tuesday. and then -- and then for the weekend, we're not as dry. but friday we have some rain. whitney? >> whitney: thank you, will. coming up, a mother desperate to help her sick child, a
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the law.
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young man that's suffered from >> whitney: how far would you go to provide a better life for your child? two years ago, i introduced you to a little boy with a big problem. intense seizures every single day. his mother says a controversial medication has really improved his quality of life, and doctors say it could help other children who are suffering.but it's illegal to buy it in virginia. so what can be done for other families who desperately want the same break-through without breaking the law? here's my special report. this is caleb thomas. to most people he looks like an average 13-year-old. but this part of his life has robbed him of that normalcy. this is just one of the many seizures that caleb has gone through every day for years. >> caleb has been through every medication on the list
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and i don't know what the future holds. it's hard to say. >> whitney: when we first met his mother, tracie, she was at the end of her rope while trying to find a treatment that worked. doctors continued to come up short, giving caleb a list of meds, some with dangerous side affects, but no definitive answers. and that's when tracey found cannabinoids. >> reporter: it's a pharmaceutical grade medication that does not get the user high and has limited side effects. >> we saw changes in the first 30 days. he's more alert, aware,
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>> whitney: dr. paul lion led the study that provided caleb with the oil. >> i had parent that were desperate. and i felt that this was the right thing to do to serve them. >> whitney: getting the study approved by the f.d.a. and d.e.a. wasn't easy, but some of the results he's seen are remarkable. >> some of the children in wheelchairs are walking. and some children are now talking. these victories move the children toward a greater level of independence. >> we were searching for something that works and that gives him a little bit of his life back. and it's amazing. >> whitney: for other parents whose children are not in a study, the laws are holding them back. last year, governor mcauliffe signed a bill for children and
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the oil in their possession. but there was no way for parent or caretakers to obtain. >> every month we're faced with the decision of where do we get the oil? and do we define federal law or ask someone else to define federal law? >> whitney: these parents and others like caleb gathered in richmond to ask for a bill to be approved in richmond to allow the oil to be crossed in state lines. the bill was passed 37-2. as the bill goes through the house, these parents are hopeful their children won't have to suffer in silence much longer. >> we need to have options. please help our children and
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>> whitney: and once it gets through the state level, they're hoping at the federal level to see medical marijuana reclassified so it could be researched. what's going on in the sports world? >> reporter: the men and
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home >> reporter: hi there, everyone. lynchburg and randolph laid it all on the line today in the o.d.a.c. tournament final, and it's a game that people will be talking about for years to come. lynchburg going for first title since '79. randolph, their first ever. corey brown gets the ball and goes downtown for three. and brown for 14. and randolph takes the lead by two. it's a 5--point game with 1:15
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and austen arnold with the foul and the bucket. and burnette makes them both. and last chance. and we are headed to overtime. and alex graves gets the turnaround fadaway. and hornets lead it by one. burnette makes the first free throw and misses the second. the brown makes the shot. and the hornets win the o.d.a.c. 62-60 in overtime. and lynchburg moves on to the n.c.a.a.d-three tournament. >> when the buzzer went off it
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i realized we got it done. >> we had two teams that were determined to want to win and committed to figuring out whatever they've got to do to come out on top. >> we've been playing so well. credit to them. battle lynchburg, nothing better than that. they came and played great ball. and [inaudible] really happy for them. >> reporter: and the lynchburg college women are also o.d.a.c. champions. and dennis carter covered the women's game. victory over guilford. >> reporter: the celebration was quite a change from last year's loss in the final. abbey smith vowed the hornets
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and forbush helped l.c. rally. anybody's game until lynchburg took charge in the forth. and guilford closed within six and then defrancesco delivered a 3-point dagger as the shot clock expired. lynchburg wins its first ever o.d.a.c. women's title, beating guilford 62-55. >> coming in, i told the coach that i wanted my class to be the class that put numbers on that banner. and to have been able to do that has been unreal. >> i'm very proud of them and of the coach. and i'm just a very proud lynchburg fan when it comes all the way around. >> almond had double-doubles
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tournament m.v.p. honors. >> it was amazing. >> reporter: they won on the coach's birthday. >> for them to give me that gift, it was a special moment. [inaudible] >> 25 [laughter] >> it hasn't even hit me yet honestly. i'm excited for us to go on and make more history. >> reporter: the hornets find out who, when, and where they'll play on the selection show. >> reporter: other history being made on the track in atlanta. kyle busch won the pole but starts in the back after failing post qualifying inspection. the gas man -- once that gas
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the wrench on the car. and ryan newman blows the tire. johnson holds them off just crossing the line before a wreck in the back of the field. and jimmy johnson gets his 26th career cup victory. >> whitney: a lot of excitement.
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>> will: i did some tinkering with the graphics and we have the right future cast. we're back into sunshine by tomorrow afternoon. and we've got rain coming tuesday night and the first half of wednesday. more rain possible thursday-first half of friday. the rain thursday night and
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be mixed with a and now abc's "jimmy kimmel live after the oscars"! >> how do you think it went? what did you think of j-law's dress? which white people did you go
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>> chris, over here, did you to us! >> jimmy, jimmy kimmel, what are you doing out here? >> jimmy: my mom got me this camera, i figured i'd get a few shots. >> don't you have the "after the oscars" special tonight? >> jimmy: yeah, but -- did you get a gift basket? can i get some of that nourishing lotion? yo, chris. did leta rock it tonight? chris, who are you wearing? chris! i didn't find out who you're wearing! i need to know who you're wearing! >> dicky: from hollywood -- it's "jimmy kimmel live after the oscars"! tonight - ben affleck, tracy morgan, henry cavill, jesse isenberg, j.k. simmons, will arnett, nathan lane, matthew broderick, mike tyson, and less. plus we go live to the governors
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presented by samsung. with cleto and the cletones. and now -- lights, camera, action - here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you. i was not expecting it. thank you. i'm jimmy. thanks for watching. thanks for staying up. i know it's late for a sunday night but welcome to our 11th annual after the oscars special. the statues have been handed out, the speeches have been spoken, and once again i was not invited to any of the after parties so here we are together. [ cheers and applause ] making the best of it.
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it was a night of awareness. it was a night of a lot of uncomfortable famous white people trying to make sure they clapped when the cameras were on them. as you know there were no black nominees in the acting categories. tonight's oscar hopefuls were whiter than the line to buy t-shirts at a michael bolton concert. the only way a black or hispanic or asian octoberer was going to win an oscar was if they let steve harvey announce the winner and that didn't happen. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: the show went mostly as expected, there weren't a ton of surprises. the biggest surprise was learning there's actually a movie called "the 100 year old man who climbed out the window and disappeared." it was an interesting show. the sound cut out on one of the guys who won best sound design. true. i think the person -- the kid who introduced best short was short.
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and the woman who won best costume design showed up dressed like this. >> this is the second oscar and tenth nomination for jenny bevin. the first oscar in this category -- >> jimmy: she looked like sammy hagar in sturgis. i guess she doesn't take her work home with her. "spotlight" won best picture. brie larson won best actress. [ cheers and applause ] leonardo dicaprio won best actor. leo had been nominated six types. until tonight he never won but everyone kept saying, this is his year. and it was. but you know, the man has had sex with a different victoria's secret model every night of -- every year of his year. from 1991 on has been his year. and it was a special night whether you're a fan of movies, movie stars, or the ryan seacrest men's wear collection. we still have many great moments in store yore rou.
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>> jimmy: bad man versus superman." he's batman. yesterday was ben's 4-year-old son's birthday party and guess what costume his son made him wear to entertain the kids at the party. that's right. we'll find out how that went. it's not all glamorous, this hollywood stuff. one day you're on the red carpet, next day 15 preschoolers are beating you with pinata sticks. right now the stars are heading to the governors ball, the post-oscars party across the street. our man guillermo is there standing by live via our big cisco screen. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we'll get go to him now, guillermo, what's it like, are there any big stars around? >>. >> yes, there's a lot of the big stars around here. beautiful women too. >> jimmy: why don't you have any of them? >> oh. they at the bar right now. >> jimmy: they're at the bar, all right. see who you can russell up for us and we'll check back in later. how many drinks have you had? >> about 40 shots of tequila. >> jimmy: okay, great. perfect. so he's ready to go.
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typically has on a sunday night. thank you, guillermo. we'll check back in with you later at the governors ball. one of the most critically acclaimed movies of the year this year that was not nominated for best picture was "cred," the story of rocky balboa training the son of one of his greatals. stallone was nominated for an oscar. it would not be a movie without a sequel. the world premiere trailer for the much-anticipated followup to "creed." >> i will have a choice. this is my one shot. i was born to do this. can't nobody stop me! >> you got no business being here. >> the other fighters are fighting for their lives. look at you.
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>> it's a hoagie! >> get the hell out of my gym! >> look at this. your first fight with clubber. you got caught with a right uppercut. you're sounding like a dolphin with an itchy blow hole. hee hee! hee hee! hee hee! hee hee! hee hee hee hee hee hee hee! >> how do you know so much about that fight? >> that was my pops. >> junior. >> that's what marty povis told us. i need you to train me. >> train you to do what? >> what do you think i'm talking about, fool, to fight. >> you don't look like a fighter. >> i been fighting my whole life. the people who said i couldn't fight -- >> ha ha ha! >> fighting my demons. >> hey, baby. >> fighting that lady in the wendy's drive-through because she wouldn't give me extra
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>> quheerls my dipping sauce? >> all i asked for was extra honey mustard! aahhh! >> i'll teach you to fight, kid. let's get some shorts on you because we got work to do. come on. >> all i asked for was extra honey busmustard. >> come on! come on now! >> oohh! >> one. >> come on, chicken, come over here! >> boxing isn't just about strength and conditioning. it's about heart. brains. >> and fowls and wings! >> over, under, round and through. meet mr. bunny pull it through. you're not focusing. you've got to focus.
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harder! you've got to kill him! give it to him! what the hell are you doing? whoa, whoa, whoa! hey, hey, no! no! no! got it? you've got it. you've got it! [ cheers and applause ] >> it's the fight nobody thought would happen. >> this is a fight nobody thought should happen. this is a disgrace to the sport of boxing. but i can't wait to see it. >> this is our last round, you need this one. >> i keep thinking it's gum. >> focus, kid, you need your edge out there! >> rrrow! hey, get me some. honey mustard, you remembered! >> that's right. now go get him. >> that was clubber.
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mwah, mwah, mwah, mwah. love you so much. i got hair in my teeth. go get him! >> pop? >> quit your jibber jabber, fool! >> how am i doing? >> good. yeah. there will be a sequel. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we have to take a break but it will be worth it, stay there. we have many stars and many surprises on the way. it's our biggest show of the year. our 11th annual "after the oscars" special - we'll be right back after this. [ cheers and applause ]
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why can't my battery last long enough to navigate me through these scary woods? ugh. eh, probably fine though. [lightning strike] why can't my phone have enough memory to hold all a hundred and forty-five of my movies, like that one with the action and the martial arts. you seen that one? why can't my phone take high quality low light photos instead of this big, expensive camera? [police siren] why don't you come down from there sir? you got it! why doesn't my phone work after i pour this expensive champagne all over it? how am i 'sposed to show people how rich and carefree i am? why did i have to wait so long in this commercial to do a celebrity sports person cameo? [scoreboard buzzer] why don't i ever get asked to be the spokesperson in the commercial? ha, ha. good question. introducing the only water-resistant, fast, wireless-charging, best camera having, memory expandable, pay almost anywhere, samsung galaxy s7 edge. vr experience ended. man, i would have made a great spokesperson. [sigh]
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so my kids don't have to forage, got two jobs to pay a mortgage, and i've also got a brain. life's short, talk is cheap. i'll be working while you sleep. still don't think i've got a brain? you think a resume's enough? who'll step up when things get tough? don't you want that kind of brain? a degree is a degree. you're gonna want someone like me.
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>> jimmy: hello and welcome back to our 11th annual "after the oscars" special. batman is on the way. first let's check in with guillermo on the wall of america at the governors ball happening across -- look at this, guillermo, you did it! i asked you to get us a big star, you got us a big star, sacha baron cohen, hello! [ cheers and applause ] >> hello, america. >> jimmy: hey, you had a pretty quick costume change there, i guess. >> i don't know what you're talking about that wasn't me. >> jimmy: oh, that's right. i forgot. >> the academy would never let somebody like ali g. come out. i went to the toilet, it was done. >> jimmy: is it true that sacha -- you were supposed to
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up filling in as a surprise? >> that is true. that is true. i was very displayed because i was getting ready -- nature called. i went into the bathroom. next thing i knew, i had been usurped by ali g. and made a fool of. >> jimmy: ali g. presented by olivia, did she know ali g. was coming out instead of you -- [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i'm sorry -- [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i'm real sorry. >> i'm not aware. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: sacha, i apologize, there's some idiots in the back. >> yeah, there's a lot of complete pardon my french [ bleep ] walking around. >> jimmy: yeah, there are people jumping around in the back like -- >> they're just trying to get famous. a lot of people are here upset they didn't win tonight. >> jimmy: you know, this is
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much work into the show and then people just show and up they ruin it like that. >> bad losers. >> jimmy: well, you know -- sacha, you have a movie "the brothers grimsby" coming out. >> that's right, that's right. march 11th. >> jimmy: and again, i apologize for what's going on here, very unprofessional. guillermo, you're the one that should be watching for what's going on. get the guy behind you out of the shot! >> who is -- >> jimmy: thank you very much. >> dim wit. >> jimmy: i'm so sorry. >> stay away, please. >> jimmy: there's no excuse for that. i apologize again. some people are just gross. but thank you very much. >> yeah. >> jimmy: sacha baron cohen! [ cheers and applause ] >> stay away. >> jimmy: thank you so much, guillermo. >> stay away next year. >> jimmy: thank you. keep rounding people up, will you, guillermo? no -- >> hey, jimmy -- >> jimmy: thank you very much. much.
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it just really pisses me off, that's all. so back to the movies. this is the reason why we're watching television tonight. is on car night is a night to celebrate great films. if you're at all familiar with the movie "the producers" you know it is one of the best comedies ever. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: the producers" is a classic, won an oscar for mel brooks, record-breaking 12 tony awards when mel made it into a broadway musical starring nathan lane and matthew broderick. it's been almost 15 years. now they're back with a diabolical new scheme to unleash their most spectacular disaster yet. >> they were a pair of political consultants on needed a break. >> that's it! we're finished, through, kaput! >> don't say that, max. >> let's face it, bloom, we haven't had a winning campaign in years. >> max, do you realize under the right circumstances it might be possible to make more money from a losing candidate than from a winner? >> what did you say?
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candidate, then we raise money like crazy and promise all the donors ambassadorships to italy or sweden or armenia. then when the public figures out what a nut case our guy is he drops out of the race -- >> and we keep all the dough! oh, darling bloom, glorious bloom! you bloody genius you! >> max, don't. >> but wait, wait. this candidate. he's got to be the worst candidate in history. a real train wreck. schmuck, puttz, gold-plated nincompoop. where would we find a buffoon like that? >> and now a message from the board room. >> people have been asking about my desk and the fact that i have so many papers on my desk. it's actually very neat. but if you look around, i mean, there's a lot of stuff. i've noticed over the years -- people have a lot going on on their desk. >> hand me the phone! the phone!
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part of me -- >> yes, yes, yes. hello, hello, operator? >> -- that's a good thing -- >> get me the board room. you know which one. innocence thens they had a foolproof plan. >> there's a new horse in the race for the white house. his name, donald j. trump. can he beat the establishment? who will support him? fiscal conservatives? the religious right? or crazy old semi-racist white people? >> they're sure he can win? >> oh, mrs. comisky, donald trump is the very definition of a winner. >> just read the pin. >> oh. >> bless you, mrs. comisky, bless you. thank you. thank you. yes. i keep the checkie, thank you. thank you, mrs. comisky. yes, good-bye, mrs. comisky. here we go. that's a girl.
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beautiful, beautiful. we're going right out the door. all right, easy now. easy, we don't have time for that. easy. all right. don't worry, it's only six flights. bye! >> bye. >> thank god for citizens united. >> 22 ambassadors to france so far. >> and 25 million bucks, bloom. i have to tell you, running trump was smart. but your idea about building a wall across the mexican border? brilliant. >> not as brilliant as your idea about making the mexicans pay for it. >> he won't last the week! >> oh, look, max, this is it. >> i will build a great, great wall on our southern border and i will have mexico pay for that wall. mark my words. we're in the money we're in the money >> announcer: but they pick the wrong fool. >> good news for donald trump. the whole world has gone stark
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two looney birds, these numb skulls, even in whack a doodle. >> you ready for someone who will let our warriors do their job and go kick isis' ass? >> he's still in the lead, max. >> how could this happen? >> well, i hear he's a proven businessman who knows how to get things done. >> yeah, he'll stand up to the mexicans. >> i can't believe this it's not possible. >> where did we go right? >> i don't know. >> wait a minute. wait a minute -- did he question john mccain's war heroism? >> yes. >> did he say we should kick out 11 million immigrants? >> yes. >> did he propose banning all 1 billion muslims from entering the u.s.? >> si! >> did he say heidi klum was no longer a 10? >> yes, yes! >> nothing is working, max, nothing. >> oh, no! no! >> announcer: just in time for
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starts off funny and then gets really, really depressing. [ cheers and applause ] we needed a chump to put on the stump a frumpy grumpy named donald j. trump he's building a wall a thousand feet tall don't worry cause the mexicans will pay for it all >> announcer: from the producers of "the producers" comes a movie again. nathan lane, matthew broderick, and cloris leachman star in -- you've been trumped >> maybe he won't be such a bad president. >> bing bing bong bong bing bing bong bong. >> whoa, what have we done? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we have a lot to come
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show never before seen footage from "batman versus superman." [ cheers and applause ] the "after oscars post show." we'll be right back with ben affleck! [ cheers and applause ] >> dicky: jimmy kimmel after the oscars is brought to you by samsung. go to to see guillermo nursed in a virtual world using a samsung v-r headset. [ panting ] i focused on being prepared. [ gasp ] i saved your life by bringing you here. i knew this day would come. [ alarm sounding ] it's not safe out there. [ scream ] [ gasp ] something's coming.


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