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good morning, america. winter storm emergency. that powerful nor'easter et hitting right now, 16 million in the storm zone. from virginia to new york. boston to maine. the new alert for dangerous flooding and blinding snow, up to 2 feet in some areas. more than a 1,000 flights already cancelled. schools are shut down and the warning for your morning commute. our team is live tracking the storm. breaking overnight, stormy daniels sues the president. the adult film star who claims she had an affair with donald trump now taking him on over their nondisclosure agreement. as the white house deals with another departure. ♪ and the final twist. after what's been kaulgd one of
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the most the disastrous bachelor finales ever, arie proposes again. >> lauren elizabeth, burnham, will you marry me? >> definitely. >> after coming face to face to his jilted ex. >> arie and his fiancee joining us live in times square. >> good morning, america. and good morning, america. okay, another weird night on the bachelor. >> just another night. >> but this morning, arie and lauren are here live. arrived just moments ago. right here in times square. good thing they had an umbrella. >> i have a lot of questions for him. we begin with that massive storm that's moving into the northeast, second major storm in just a week and you're looking at pennsylvania, the snow is
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starting to come down heavy there right now. >> both pennsylvania and new jersey have declared states of emergency. dozens of schools are closed up and down the east coast. thousands of flights have been cancelled or delayed. our team is spread out across the region. rob is starting off. >> here we go again, nor'easter will track closer to the coastline, already brought blizzard conditions to the midwest and now the coastal low is kicking off, you can see on the radar, the precip is beginning to intensify. we got winter storm warnings that are posted from maryland to maine with a slew of weather conditions expected. let's go live to linzie janis in new rochelle in new york. >> reporter: dangle and twisted power lines and tree limbs, the
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home owners here will tell you they're lucky. take a look at why. this massive tree, while it did hit their car it narrowly avoided hitting their house. they're worried about this second nor'easter in less than a week. this morning, with temperatures falling fast, snow is piling up in the northeast. the powder mixing with sleet, creating a dangerous mourning commute for millions. the storm is strengthening as it heads up the i-95 area. coastal areas like this sea wall are already seeing giant waves, now the area is preparing to get slammed with 40 to 60 mile per hour winds as well as 10 to 15-foot waves. nearly one week after that nor'easter, thousands are still struggling to live without basic resources. more than 100,000 still remain in the dark. >> it's freezing in my house.
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it's 45 in there. >> reporter: viewers gave us a glims of what it's been like without power and hot water. >> as you can see, we have no lights and no running hot water. >> this is now our home and the office. which is the holiday inn. >> i had to throw out all my food, it's very disheartening. >> reporter: residents are praying that scenes like this will not be repeated today. utility crews are busy at work on surrounding streets. they won't stop working until the winds hit 30 miles per hour. at that point it's too dangerous for them to remain up in the buckets. right now, the temperature is still above freezing, so the snow is not sticking to the ground. >> linsey, thank you. let's take a live look at the roads in pennsylvania right now. abc's gio benitez is there in allentown.
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they're preparing to battle with the snow. good morning. >> reporter: that's right, george, good morning. that heavy snow just beginning to e fall here. take a look at this. because is this is all about that salt. the trucks will come in here, grab the salt and start putting it on those roads. in pennsylvania, they have turned garbage trucks into snowplows, they're trying to get ready for that morning commute, get ready and make it a lot easier for people. interstates and highways have already started limit traffic later today and we'll have a commercial travel ban in place for parts of pennsylvania, george. >> okay, i know my kids were excited when they got the word last night no school here up and down the east coast. >> that's right, new jersey, delaware, pennsylvania, we're talking about 550 schools that have already cancelled classes. philly, that school district alone has 130,000 students that won't be going to school today. >> thank you, gio.
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let's move up to massachusetts, where they're still recovering from last week's damaging storm. eva, you're bracing for high winds and even more coastal flooding. >> reporter: that's right, michael. it's round three for this area, which has been hit hard by these nor'easters. look at this, this flooding is still here from the last storm we're in duxbury, the nor'easter is set to slam these already-battered seawalls. you can see those angry waves crashing in, that's the major problem here, where the seawall has been breached. a temporary fix but necessary with this incoming storm. contractors, town workers, regular citizens, all pitching in to get this done. they did their best. now, they'll have to wait and see. guys, this water you see right
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here will be sitting here for a while. the earlier it will be pumped up this weekend. i spoken to some of the home ownerers. i was here for that first nor'easter. they say they still have water in their basements. on their streets there's no power for some of their neighbors. they're really hoping that with this storm, mother nature cuts them a little bit of a break. michael. >> all right, thank you. as you can imagine, thousands of flights have been cancelled or delayed because of the storms. ripple effects being felt all across the country. kayna whitworth is here at lga in new york. >> reporter: it's slow going out here at laguardia as they brace for their second nor'easter here in a week. now, we don't want a repeat of
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what happened last week, when the winds blew off the roof of that american airlines hangar. that day they were seeing wind gusts of about 60 miles per hour. today, they're expecting gusts about 40 miles per hour. but, it has just now started snowing out here in queens. they have already cancelled more than 400 flights here at laguardia and other airports around new york are being hard hit as well. our big board here behind us, a whole lot of red. nearly 2,000 flights have been cancelled nationwide. that's nearly ten times more cancellations than we saw yesterday. that's likely to have a ripple effect. we'll probably see a lot more cancellations and/or delays throughout the day today. a little good news here, most major airlines say they'll waive all of those change fees.
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that's something that people can go home with today. >> thank you. let's go back to rob, where is this storm heading next. >> it's going to be moving right across the coastline. we saw the impact areas, just getting around town is going to be an issue as well. here's i-80 in pennsylvania. kind of wet to slushy on the road. you do see the snow piling up on the sides of the road as we begin to intensify this snowfall and increase the snowfall rates we'll start to see the snow accumulates on the roads. here we go, the next few hours, the snows will be intensifying from baltimore, up through philadelphia and we'll look for the wind to intensify as well. this low will strengthen and this morning, the track has shifted somewhat a little bit farther to the south. that's the key to who gets rain, the snow, and that mix. the most intense snowfall,
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nastiest weather will be from 10:00 a.m. to dinner time. in the higher hills could see 2 feet of snow. very high-impact event. still in march. >> a good day to go home and take a nap, if you can. to the white house right now and another major departure, gary cohn is resigning, the sixth top official this year. our senior white house correspondent cecilia vega has the latest. this announcement is already rattling financial markets. >> reporter: it certainly is. as you say, more turnover in this white house than any other administration in recent year. president trump says he likes the conflict. he likes to watch two sides fight it out. in this case, gary cohn fought it out, lost and now he's out. this morning, another top aide
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in the trump administration out, chief economic adviser gary cohn resigning, the circle of west wing loyalists shrinking by the day. the news came just hours after president trump declared his white house chaos-free. >> i read, oh, gee, maybe people don't want to work for trump. believe me, everybody wants to work in the white house. they want a piece of that oval office the west wing. >> reporter: the president insists there is no turmoil. >> i like conflict. i like having two people with two different point of views. then i make a decision. >> reporter: in a statement, president trump called cohn a rare talent. cohn returning the niceties, saying it has been an honor to serve my country and enact pro-growth policies to benefit the american people, in particular the passage of historic tax reform.
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behind the scenes, the two men clashed. he opposed the president's plan to slap tariffs on alum number and steel imports. he nearly resigned last year. >> i think there's blame on both sides. very bad people in that group. but you had people that were very fine people on both sides. >> reporter: cohn is the sixth high profile white house aide to resign this year and the president hinted there are more departures to come. >> there will be people that change. they always change. >> reporter: now the president refused to answer when directly asked if his attorney general jeff sessions might be the next to go. gary cohn will stay on the job for another few weeks. this is job that many people want. >> he says he'll make a wise
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choice and the markets watching that as well, cecilia. >> they are. especially all eyes here at home to see how wall street plays today. cohn was viewed as a stabilizing force. names that are being kicked out to replace cohn, peter navarro, a democrat and larry kudlow, a conservative commentator and trump can campaign adviser. >> meantime, cecilia, the primary elections in texas a surge in democratic turnout, any response from the white house. >> so far, no. we might hear something that president trump, all the candidates in republican primaries he picked won their primaries to avoid a runoff. >> we have heard from the president about this the possible breakthrough in the standoff with north korea. the north is prepared to negotiate with the u.s.
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and martha raddatz is in the studio with us with the latest. >> reporter: this is breakthrough. the north koreans say they'll suspend those nuclear tests, they'll suspend those missile tests if they begin talks. and what the u.s. had said, donald trump, you have to talk about denuclearization, north korea has said. here's what donald trump said. >> the statements coming out of north korea and south korea have been very positive. that would be a great thing for the world. we'll see how it all comes about. >> reporter: and we have no idea when that will happen. but it looks like it might happen. they'll start talking about it. >> does the president deserve some credit here. >> some may call it the mad man theory, kim jong-un didn't know what donald trump would do.
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move on now to some new legal trouble for president trump stormy daniels is now filing a lawsuit against the president. arguing the nondisclosure agreement she signed before the 2016 election is not invalid. tom llamas has the story. >> reporter: with this lawsuit, the nondisclosure agreement has now been made public, using aliases it lays out the agreement between stormy daniels and donald trump. now daniels said it's null and void. which means, she's free to tell her story. this morning, president trump and his personal legal team have a new problem with an old foe. stormy daniels. the adult entertainment star field this civil lawsuit in los angeles superior court, arguing a nondisclosure agreement she signed was not binding because it was missing something essential. president trump's signature. daniels claims in their
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agreement, they used ali is ases. donald trump was referred as david dennyson and she was peggy peterson. a copy of the agreement shows a plank space where she says mr. trump would have signed. >> do you have a nondisclosure agreement? >> do i? >> you can't say whether or not you have one. if you didn't have a nondisclosure agreement you could say i don't have a nondisclosure agreement, yes? >> you're so smart, jimmy. >> reporter: she told her story back in 2011 to intouch magazine. she met the preside. >> booger: donald trump in 2006. told the magazine, then a reality star, invited her to his hotel suite where they had sex.
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in the magazine interview, daniels also claiming her affair with trump lasted about a year. when trump was a newlywed. >> he had been married to melania a little over a year. barron was born three months prior to that. >> reporter: the so-called agreement was finalized 11 days before the election. and the president's longtime personal attorney michael cohen admitted to paying $130,000 of his own money to daniels who's real name is stephanie clifford. but cohen said in a statement, neither the trump organization nor the trump campaign was a party to the transaction with mrs. clifford. neither reimbursed me for the payment, either directly or indirectly. lawyers are mixed on whether daniels has a case.
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coo hen nor the white house has commented yet on this new development. >> he doesn't deny donald trump may have told him or paid him. >> the lawsuit lines out that >> michael who gets what? here at the map along the coastline that's tricky but three to six philadelphia, eight to 12 new york city and inland there you go 12 to 24-inches especially in some of the higher hills, high impact storm. time for your snowy cities brought to you by edward jones.
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>> good morning, everybody. we have a winter storm warning in effect until 3 o'clock this morning a mixture of snow, sleet and rain in the area and this is really just the beginning. let's take a look at your accuweather forecast as we look on outside and some areas visibility is down as you try to travel with this snow and we're looking right now at philadelphia international airport. roads there mostly wet. let's check your conditions for you. a high of 35 with heavy snow. it's a wet snow. the most intense time period will be about 10:00 to 4:00. east coast tracking the nor'easter as it moves in. thousands of flights already cancelled or delayed. schools shut down. the bachelor arie is here live, what was he thinking? we're going to find out. (vo) do not go gentle into that good night, old age should burn and rave at close of day;
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downed wires along 73 southbound right up ahead by 130. they still have the right lane blocked but traffic is getting by which is good news and on the admiral wilson boulevard in camden high water here near baird so watch out for restrictions in both directions. matt. >> thank you, matt. david is off. karen rogers joins us with the latest track of the nor'easter after the break. >> ♪
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>> good morning, everybody. snowing mostly lightly through the region right now. the winds haven't picked up just yet. this is just the beginning of the nor'easter. it will intensify later this morning. you can see that mix of snow, light snow in the lehigh valley, just some flurries, a little heavier in the city and a mix of sleet and rain south of that. as we look at the -- what we can expect with this, it is a mix of snow sleet and rain now but the heaviest precipitation will be from 9:00 to 5:00 today.
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try metamucil, and begin to feel what lighter feels like. welcome back to "good morning america." you're looking at our abc road cam in pennsylvania. the roads there as you see is desserted as the snow starts to come down, as the nor'easter comes in. 16 million americans are in its path. >> double whammy is that technical term? take a live look at the airport in philadelphia, thousands of flights have already been cancelled or delayed. ripple effects being felt across the country. states of emergency have been declared in new jersey and pennsylvania. hundreds of schools have been closed across five states. >> including right here in new york and rob is out in times square. >> reporter: good morning, rain and snow mix here. that will change to a wet snow, that will be a problem when you talking about the winds cranking with this storm as well. what we expect as it develops
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and moves up the coastline, 55 miles per hour winds, 40 in new york city. gusts near 70 miles an hour on cape cod where they have hi high-wind warning. snow map again, along i-95, very heavy wet snow, with those winds means likely power outages. >> all right, thank you, rob. now the roller coaster finale of the bachelor. we're going to talk to arie live in a moment. amy, you got an ek explosive ending and the surprise proposal. >> were you surprised last night, michael? >> i kind of was. >> all right, i know you were watching. guess what, he did it again. arie getting down on one knee on national tv but this time he proposed to that other woman. overnight, a second proposal
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from arie luyendyk jr. >> i made some bad decisions but the best decision was running back to you. i'm ready to face this life with you and all that comes with it. good and the bad. i love you so much. and i want to do this in front of everyone, because i want to show you that i should have done this a long time ago. so -- lauren elizabeth burnham, will you marry me? >> definitely. >> reporter: a bachelor no more, proposing to lauren burnham moments after coming face to face with his jilted ex. >> i regretted proposing that day. >> why did you do? >> reporter: the formerly engaged couple seeing each other for the first time. >> you're making me really
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nervous right now. >> the more i hung out with you the more i felt like i was losing the possibility of maybe reconciling things with lauren. >> so, what? do you want to get back with her? >> i want to see if there's that possibility. >> are you [ bleep ] kidding me? >> reporter: the heart-rendering breakup in real time. >> i feel like my future was ripped away. >> reporter: this is the worst thing i have ever seen, no worries, becca is over that heartbreak. she's going to be the next bachelorette. michael, i know you have more. >> oh, i do, amy, we're joined now by arie. how are you doing, man. >> good to see you.
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>> boy, i'm watching that piece and i'm over here just going, arie, what's going on? you know, when did you -- why did you propose to one woman when you know you were still in love with another woman. >> yeah, as a bachelor, there's a time line, for me, there was a lot of pressure on me that day. being the bachelor and to propose that's what's expected in a way. and i was really conflicted. i felt in the moment that was the right decision. but it obviously wasn't. >> at what point did you question your decision? >> shortly after i got back from peru, i really started thinking about lauren more and more. it's really hard. every bachelor goes through it. they have to say a very tough good-bye on the same day they have a proposal. >> do you have to propose, though, if you're not in love or there's a conflict of your emotions, do you have to
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propose? >> no. i think i put that pressure on myself. i was at the end of this road, i tried to think logically, in hindsight, no, i shouldn't have propose zmrd a lot of backlash from a lot of people, sean lowe tweeted not only is this unfair to becca, it makes arie look bad. it was a few weeks later, why was the decision made to film this? >> yeah, i think for me, i really wanted every to know that this was on me, this was my fault. i felt like filming that would let people know that. any questions on the breakup, those would be squashed if they saw the breakup. i wanted her the opportunity -- i honestly her -- the opportunity for her to be the potential bachelorette. >> had you seen becca since the
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breakup? >> that was the first time. i hope i gave her a little bit of closure. i'm happy she'll be able to find her true love through the show. you know, this ending obviously wasn't perfect. i know it's difficult for a lot of people to swallow. but i'm happy. and it took a long, hard road to get here. but i'm really solid in my relationship and we have been together since january and it's going really well and i knew this was going to be a tough week for me. >> you're engaged, again, to lauren. congratulations, again. >> thank you. >> the reaction from the crowd was kind of mixed. are you worried about how people are going to react to your relationship with lauren? >> of course, i think that, you know, you'd love to have the support from people online, but what really matters is our
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relationship, our family, our friends and they're all on board. >> do you feel that everyone involved in this has closure now? >> i hope so. i mean, i think last night, you could see lauren and i are very happy and becca is going to be the new bachelorette, i'm very happy for her in that. i feel like, yeah yes, there's a happy ending to this story. >> don't go anywhere. we'll have more with you. not only you, we'll have your fiancee as well. >> all right, sounds good. coming up here on "good morning america" -- the russian spy mystery for you. were this father and daughter poisons? what investigators are discovering this morning. come on back. [burke] vengeful vermin.
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we're back now with tom brady, the superstar patriots qb and all-around great guy. always seem to come out on top. but this year, came up just short when his team lost in the super bowl of course to the eagles. now in an exclusive clip from his facebook watch show, tom versus time, he talked about how he turned that disappointment into a teachable moment for his children. >> i was the first time i had seen my kids really react in that way. benny was crying. they were sad for me. and sad for the patriots.
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but, i just said to them, i said, look, guys, this is a great lesson. you know, we don't always win, we try our best and sometimes it doesn't go the way we want. >> yeah, his kids are getting older. they have an idea of what their dad really does and the disappointment of that super bowl loss. >> he has three kids and five ring, so, he needs one more so each of them get two. >> they needed that moment. >> you only really learn when you lose. >> that's the truth. i got to say it's compelling, it's the sixth and the final episode of tom versus time. the project i was involved in, it airs on facebook watch. tom brady will be here live on monday morning with us. >> first time we have talked to him since the super bowl.
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>> yeah. >> we're looking forward to that. coming up -- we continue to be live up and down the east coast, tracking the nor'easter. and oprah is here live. what she's saying about "a wrinkle in time." and so much more. can't wait to see this film. come on back. i wondered if she could do the stuff she does for us which is kinda, a lot. and if that pain could mean something worse. joint pain could mean joint damage. enbrel helps relieve joint pain, and helps stop further damage enbrel may lower your ability to fight infections. serious, sometimes fatal events including infections, tuberculosis, lymphoma other cancers, nervous system and blood disorders and allergic reactions have occurred. tell your doctor if you've been someplace where fungal infections are common. or if you're prone to infections, have cuts or sores, have had hepatitis b, have been treated for heart failure or if you have persistent fever, bruising, bleeding or paleness.
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nature's bounty melatonin. we're all better off healthy. ♪ next chapter ♪ welcome back. we continue our coverage of the big nor'easter in the northeast. live shot of what's happening right now in asbury park, new jersey. cameras shaking. the waves are building. another aspect, the precip, as this low develops off the jersey shore, pretty much the i-95 corridor the line of rain/snow,
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where the forecast is trickiest. go farther inland the snow will be piling up in a hurry. in some cases over a foot. some road conditions, we go live to gio benitez live in allentown, pennsylvania. >> reporter: good morning. more than a foot of snow expected here in allentown. the snow is starting to fall heavy. salt trucks all morning long, salt trucks coming in here and loading up with salt because they're trying to keep these roads clear and keep people off these roads, rob. >> these are shots from yesterday and the day before. all week, really the winds have been pounding. flood warnings out again today from maryland all the way up to maine. flash flood watches posted for rhode island and eastern massachusetts, that's where the rain is going to be heaviest and where we might see rainfall and the waves 15, 20 feet here.
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coastal flooding this morning. but, obviously the waves will be pounding that area and the snow will be coming down into tomorrow morning. this segment is brought to
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>> ♪ >> good morning, i'm matt o'donnell. 7:56 on this wednesday march seventh. not a lot of people going to work and school today but for those who have to here's matt pelman with traffic. good morning, matt. >> over the river aren't and through the snowy woods it's not too bad because volume is light. at this point the road surface is just wet but it's starting to accumulate on the shoulders of the roadway so not going to be a good ride later but for now you're okay if you're coming in on 422 eastbound. the road surface is just wet but little misleading because later on it's going to be much worse. for now though we're moving okay on most of the major highways. biggest issue in south jersey this morning is high water. brooklawn circle is all flooded out again, 1:30 at 47 and in logan township 130 blocked because of flooding. right one little slow around
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mount pleasant. matt. >> let's take a trip on mobile6 on i-95 near philadelphia international airport. just getting on it right now and again, it's not really the problem now that you're going to experience trouble with the roads it's getting home later on when the storm is really kicking in. david a you have a, karen rogers is here with accuweather. karen. >> matt within the last half hour the snow is picking up in intensity. winds at the shore about 30 miles an hour. storm tracker6 live double scan showing we have snowfall that's getting pretty intense along the i-95 corridor and in parts of south jersey. south of that you're seeing a lot of rain right there. let's take a look at what you can expect with the timeline. right now it is a mix of snow, sleet and rain. but the heaviest precipitation hasn't hit us yet. after 9 o'clock, to about 5 o'clock this afternoon, and then it ends between 5 o'clock and 9 o'clock tonight matt. >> thanks karen. philadelphia police looking for the driver who hit a mother and two children on the sidewalk and rain off in
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mayfair. six bystanders worked to pull the vehicle off a three-year-old girl who is in critical condition. the all the school closures snow emergencies and mass transit changes are listed on 6abc.com. >> ♪
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good morning, america. winter storm emergency, that major nor'easter hitting right now. 16 million americans on alert for dangerous flooding. schools shut down. the warning for your morning commute. our team is live, tracking the storm this morning ♪ the new engaged bachelor couple is here live. after the finale that rocked batch nor nation, arie popping the question. >> lauren elizabeth burnham, will you marry me. >> definitely. >> now lauren and arie flying all night to join us here in times square, the couple sharing their side of the story. is it really happily ever after?
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♪ ain't no mountain high enough ♪ plus, get ready for oprah, inspiring us with that powerful golden globes speech and speaking candidly about her health journey. now she's taking a whole new universe in "a wrinkle in time." and this morning, she's here with us live in times square and she's here to say -- >> good morning, america! ♪ ain't no mountain high enough for that woman right there. >> nobody says that quite like oprah. >> nobody does. we're excited to have oprah here. a couple of weeks ago we had that young girl and her mother and she's an aspiring astronaut. she's raising money so little
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girls can go see "a wrinkle in time." oprah asked her how much money she raised, she said $50,000 on the spot oprah matched the $50,000 that taylor has raised. >> you know what, oprah's amazing. got to love oprah. >> lot more with her ahead. and we also had the newly engaged couple ahead. we talked to arie, now lauren is going to join him. they i arrived earlier this morning. we'll find out how lauren is doing less than 4 hours arie popped the question. lot of weather to deal with this morning, 60 million americans. we want to go back to eva pilgrim, she's in massachusetts where they're bracing for more coastal flooding. >> reporter: good morning, george. they haven't had a chance to
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clean up from the last nor'easter, check out the water that's still here. this neighborhood flooded. this patch of dirt was under water just a short time ago. this fire hydrant almost covered by this water that's here and further down the street you can see that mark that's on the basement of that home there, that shows how high this water was at some point. and this is all here as they get ready for this new nor'easter that's heading their way. from this droin video, you can see the waves crashing on the coast. this this shoreline has been batted by storms this season and now they're getting ready and seawalls here nduxbury, the seawall was breached. they can keep as much of this water out. to minimize the damage, so people have a chance to get in
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and begin the cleanup, george. >> okay, eva, thanks very much. schools all over the northeast are closed and thousands of still without power from the last nor'easter that moved. our linsey davis is in westchester, new york, where they're still cleaning up as the new snow moves in. good morning, linsey. >> good morning, michael. your heart goes out to these homeowners, this particular family for example, look at the mess that remains. downed power lines, tree limbs and this massive tree that fell, crashed the front of their car, did narrowly avoid hitting their car. they have a generator going to keep the sump pump on. they haven't had a chance to get the insurance company to come out and look from the last storm's damage. however, the good news, you still have the utility crews
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tirelessly working 16-hour shifts, crews from as far as michigan say they will continue to work through the storm unless the winds get above 30 miles per hour. >> all right, thank you, linsey. >> thank goodness for those power crews, they work around the clock the storm is also leading to whiteout conditions, possible flooding. let's check back in rob. >> thankfully we won't see 2 feet of snow in new york here. light rain on the radar now. the coastal low will be intensifying as it goes through the day. the snows will intensify as well from philadelphia to new york. boston, you'll see a mix of rain and snow and windy conditions, 60-plus miles an hour along the coastline. the snowfall, tricky along i-95,
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anywhere from 3 to 12 inches depending on where you are. 12 to 24 inches, 2 feet of snow, mostly inland and mostly in the hills, that's a heavy, wet snow, on the trees could bring some power lines once again. robin, back inside to you. >> rob, it's cold outside. it's about to heat up in here. because oprah is here talking about "a wrinkle in time." and so much more with her. plus, we have the newly engaged couple arie and lauren. he popped the question last night. ♪ ♪
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back here on "gma," what a lovely audience we have with us. great to have diane macedo with "pop news." we'll start things off with jennifer garner, proving that she clearly knows how to take and make a joke. social media tried desperately to ask what was going on in jennifer's mind. >> congrats to shape of water, maybe i should date a fish. hey jimmy, kimmel, what's in your wallet? >> garner's just proving she
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likes to have fun and she's a great sport. got to love her for that. some good news here, at 59 years old and as stunning as ever, sharon stone knows a few things about beauty. now, she's finally revealing some of her secrets. telling the "the new york times" all about her must-have products and rituals. she washes her face with just water in the morning. she buys most of her stuff on amazon. she even cuts her own hair. easy enough, right? she goes on to reveal that she doesn't eat processed food or drink caffeine or alcohol or soda. i'm never going to look like sharon stone. >> she was here a few weeks ago. oh, my gosh, she just walks out so effortless. she had cut-up jeans and boots.
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>> donall right and finally, th about your favorite slice of pizza. now imagine taking your first bite, your reaction might look a little something like this. a pod caster posted this video. he writes, my daughter just tried pizza for the first time. [ applause ] >> talk about being in heaven. a friend replied, imagine if she tries bacon. >> thank you, diane. >> diane, thank you so much. [ applause ] and now, we'll go to our "good morning america" cover story the breakup, then proposal that rocked bachelor nation last night on after the final rose. we saw bachelor arie with both
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loves and ex and new love. overnight, a storybook ending. the bachelor's most controversial couple. >> do you trust this man with your heart? >> absolutely. >> reporter: before this moment -- >> lauren elizabeth, burnham, will you marry me? >> reporter: there was this. arie breaking up with lauren b. back in peru in november. >> i wanted it so much for us. something was holding me back. >> reporter: popping the question to becca. >> becca, will you marry me? >> of course. >> reporter: bust just over a month later, arie with doubts calling things off with becca. >> the more i hung out with you i more i felt like i was losing the possibility of maybe
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reconciling things with lauren. lauren arie rushing to be lauren. begging for her forgiveness. >> i came here today because i want a second chance. >> it was really difficult coming back and being heartbroken because i felt extremely alone. do you think that you're 100% over becca? >> yes, 1,000%. i felt like i made the wrong decision and i want you back. >> reporter: the two now happily engaged and here to talk about the next chapter in their story. and arie is back with us. and now lauren is going to join us as well. lauren, come on out.
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>> thank you. >> have a seat, lauren. nice to see you. thank you for joining us. >> thank you. >> congratulations on your engagement and the final rose. >> yes, thank you. >> did you know that was coming? >> i had an idea. i got some hints. >> so we just watched, we watched the clip, i said to arie, how does it feel to watch it. you said you guys haven't seen it. >> we haven't. >> how does it feel to see it for the first time right here? >> which part? >> any of it the breakup the proposal, him coming back to you saying, hey, will you give me another chance? >> it's definitely difficult to watch. we're together and that's what matters the most to us. >> did you think when you went to see lauren you could win her back? >> i did. we talked on the phone. the breakup was really hard for
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her. i knew that we were meant to together. >> at what moment did arie convince you? >> well, it did take some convincing, i had some reservations at first. he just wanted to see how i was doing with the breakup. he told me he thought about me every day. >> you let him off easy, too. i would have made you pay for this one, buddy. last night, we saw what becca went through and lauren, for you, i want to know, did you have any feelings toward what she had to go through on the other end? >> i felt for becca. i obviously i didn't watch the breakup. i just know how that feels and i
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wouldn't want her to hurt. >> becca is going to be the new bachelorette. so, yes, and we're going to have here on this show tomorrow. arie, do you have any advice for her? >> i don't know, i think she can handle it. she'll do a great job, for sure. she doesn't need it. >> as i said earlier when we talked, arie, lot of people, lot of backlash to, this how do you stay above the backlash and the negativity of this situation? >> we're very open with each other. if we're struggling we come to each other and make light of any kind of hate we get. joke around. >> turn it around. some things are kind of funny. we watched our dates back, lot of things were left onthe editing floor. watching those dates back, we didn't get the best edit, i'd
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say. we have faced that already, i know this is a whole different thing but, yes, as long as we have each other we'll be okay. >> you guys can finally be able to seen in public, what's your first date going to be like? >> we're going to go out to dinner back in arizona. >> you haven't? >> we're sequestered in a house. we're excited to go to dinner, you know, maybe we'll be snowed in tonight. have dinner in new york. >> you guys have a lot of catching up to do. >> yes, we do. >> you may be snowed in new york for real. we have a special message for you, jason and molly mesnick. they went through a similar thing nine years on the bachelor. they have a little message for
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you. >> arie, lauren, we got your back. don't worry about the outside world. love each other. >> mute the noise, mute the noise and just love on each other. good luck. we got your back. >> call us. >> that's awesome. >> you have a couple that's in your corner. call on them. you two don't go anywhere. we have a little something, a little game we're going to play together and tomorrow on "good morning america," we'll hear from the new bachelorette becca, her first interview since the >> all right, michael i tell you what -- [applause] nothing more romantic than getting snowed in in the city. hope that works out. nothing better when you're a kid than having a snow day, right? this is saint cloud, minnesota. these kids up until this year were homeschooled. now they're in regular school and this is their first snow day experience in their life
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and they have no idea what to do. build an igloo. how do i do that? start piling up the snow. if your kids have a snow day i'm happy for the kids. the parents, good luck to you. all right, that's a quick check of what's happening as far as the snow goes. time for a look at your local weather forecast. check it out. >> nice to see those kids having fun. storm tracker6 live double scan showing we're get something pretty good bands of snow just north of the city. that rain line moving closer to the city. let's take a look right now outside and it's a little hard to see in some spots, visibility down. snow is pretty light here as we look live on sky6 over 95. let's check the accuweather forecast for you today. we have heavy wet snow that hasn't quite developed yet. we expect that to intensify in about an hour or so until 4 o'clock. all right. they're clapping as they see who
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i'm talking to. without further ado, here to talk about her new blockbuster, "a wrinkle in time" please give it up for oprah! [ cheers and applause ] >> you know the last time i was here, the last time i was here, i was wearing froggy slippers on your behalf and i was sitting in for you. i did that. that was before there was this. i mean, y'all have moved on up. this is incredible. >> we have. >> it reminds me, the thing i miss -- i don't miss doing this every day but i miss the audience. i miss hanging out with the audience every day. >> the connection and how you feed off their energy. >> there were days i would say,
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i never missed a day in 25 years. when you're sick, tired, there would be days, like, y'all, help me out. the audience would go, we'll help you, oprah and you feel off the energy. >> it's true. you've always been, one of the many things that people that resonates with people about you and the fact that you are always about empowerment, representation, a wrinkle in time, why is that so important to film right now. >> it's really a wonderful film for young girls especially. and it's a film for people who want to understand that light can overcome the darkness. and i think that, when madeline engel wrote it, there was
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another kind of darkness, the cold war. what i know for sure, you'll never run out of darkness. that's what the planet is made out of it. when there are challenging times and times that even in your own personal life, it's calling for the light inside you to rise. and so, that's the way i look at it. >> yeah, because you -- my friend, you're a carrier of light. >> i believe that. >> you really are. i had to bring up the golden globes speech again because it was a moment that people really, really needed. can i play a little bit more? >> sure, you can play it. let's look at it. >> i interviewed and portrayed people who have portrayed the ugliest things they can throw at you. but they shared the ability to maintain hope for a brighter morning. even during our darkest nights.
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so, i want all the girls watching here and now to know that a new day is on the horizon! [ cheers and applause ] >> did you have any idea when you finished that speech the reaction? >> one of my former producers said to me, should i keep my daughters up to watch? and i said, i think you really should. i was thinking about myself being, you know, a young girl the first time i saw sidney portier and i was honestly just trying to do a speech that would land in the room, that would resonate. because i hadn't said anything about the me too movement. where are you, oprah? on twitter and social media. which isn't the place to really try to air opinions that you think are -- that you want to establish in the world. so, i think you should speak
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when you know you should be heard. i thought that was a space where i could be heard and i wanted to connect gender, race and class. there were lots of women before us who had to endure and keep silent about it. i was speaking for them and then i was looking for a way in to the speech and taylor died and i woke up and i saw that on my news feed that's the way to say what i wanted to say. >> you said it so beautifully and i loved you're selective about the projects. when we come back, we'll talk about that. >> thank you.
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>> good morning everyone, 8:27. it is wednesday and the nor'easter is here. mobile6 is out on the roads not too many other people are out there. that's i-95 heading northbound. matt pelman is here to take a look at what the other situational traffic things are doing right now. >> matt there's snow way this is going to end very well later on today but for now it's not so bad. wet here along the schuylkill expressway but the snow does continue to fall so there's a little slush in spots especially on the ramps but the main travel lanes of 76 at this point are looking okay. really coming down here in delco along 95 close to highland avenue. just up ahead the ramp from 320 to the southbound lanes of 95 are blocked because of a disabled truck but in the main lanes once you get there it's moving okay. just watch out for the slush and therefore some
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slipperiness. delaware crashes on one northbound and 301. stay on the local roads like cedar lane roads. mass transit, septa regional rails running on saturday schedules today. matt. >> david is off, meteorologist karen rogers joins us with the latest track of the storm. karen. >> hey, matt. about 20 minutes ago we were under a pretty heavy band of snow right here but look at storm tracker6 live double scan, it has lifted north of philadelphia since then. you see that highlighted area of pink west of trenton. that rain line is forcing closer to the city. this will change to snow later this morning. it impact scale at 7:00 a.m. it wasn't too bad but 10, 11, 12 o'clock, through 4 o'clock that's the high impact area where you want to stay off the road and then the storm system ends later this evening. matt i'm going to do facebook live live in a question minutes. if anybody has questions join me then. >> how to safely shovel a wet heavy snowfall to minimize
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back here on "gma" and oprah. >> well, see, when i first started in chicago, there wasn't an audience, i accepted the job and i didn't ask the question, is there an audience? the first day, there was no audience. i was like, whoa, i need an audience. so, the that week we went out literally on the streets of chicago, we put 12 chairs and said, come on in, y'all, we got coffee, it's warm in here, cold out there. if you just watch the show we'll give you free coffee. >> it was so pure.
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there wasn't anything -- >> it just started exactly like that. no audience? i need some people to talk to and look at. >> you were talking a to a young woman earlier back in our green room taylor. >> taylor richardson. >> she was on program a few weeks ago, she's an aspiring astronaut. to meet her backstage, she's been raising money for girls like her to go and see a wrinkle in time. let's take a listen. >> how much money have you raised. >> $50,000. >> that's amazing. i'm going to match your $50,000. >> thank you. >> now you have $100,000. >> thank you. thank you. >> you brought the girl to tears. can i ask some things first. >> hi, taylor, so proud of you, girl.
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>> let's talk about a wrinkle in time. ava duvernay, the director, was here yesterday. she said -- she gave you the script. >> well what had happened, robin, i wanted to hang out with her and have fun like hang out with girlfriends and i said i'm going to come to new zealand because everyone should go there if you can in your lifetime. and she said, well, are you serious about that? if you're serious about that, i want you to read for this part. i don't know. i think you should play this part. i said, let me read the book first. i wanted to see what madeleine. i said, yeah, i'll play a part. it turned out to be one of the most fun times i have ever had. just hanging out with ava and with reese and mindy and the
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crew every day. you can feel the love on the screen. i think you can see it. we had a good time. >> do you want to see a clip, a wrinkle in time? >> if we don't about soon, darkness will fall across the universe. we -- we're in search of warriors who can fight the it. who can bring hope back. your father. >> my father. >> yes. >> that young girl, she was 13 at the time. now she's 14. her name is storm reed. she's a marvel. as great a young actress she is, she's also a great human being. her parents have done an
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incredible job of raising her. she's grounded. i mean, as you know the movie opens this friday. her life is about to explode. i think she'll be able to handle it. >> the way you described it. another girls who's been raised so well, taylor. >> i have a question for you, what made you decide to do this for this particular movie? >> in my opinion, representation does really matter. to see someone who looks like me and presented like this i just feel like it's important for girls to see that movie. >> you've been raised well, too. yes, yes. >> i wanted to ask, what's some advice you would give girls who look like me who want to make or be the change in the world? >> the advice, the highest honor on earth that you'll ever have the honor of being yourself.
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and your only job in the world is to figure out -- people think your job is to get up and go and raise money and take care of your families. that's anable obligation you have. to discover why you are here and and every one of us has an internal guidance, gps, intuition, a heart song that speaks to us. our only job is to listen and discern when it's speaking. and if you follow that you'll be led to the highest good for you. always. that's why all the voices of the world mean nothing if your voice is in alignment with all the voices in the world. that's true. >> i'm telling you.
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>> no matter what you look like. >> hearing that -- >> it's the truth. >> you ought to have your own show. you'd be good at this. >> i'm holding her because i was looking, the mrs. which character i think they did an incredible job. isn't this a great duplication? >> because, growing up didn't you see you had a corn -- >> i'm old enough to have been raised in an environment in mississippi which was like a apartheid when i was raised. i had a corn cob doll. it means, you know, your go in the corn field, the golden hair, the silk of the corn and that's what we played with. to get a real doll when i was a girl it's like oh, my god. to have now, it started with a
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corn cob doll and then to have a full circle that there's a doll made in your image and the image of the character is pretty incredible actually. >> yeah. >> my whole life we couldn't afford a barbie you couldn't afford a barbie. >> just two girls from mississippi sitting here. >> it worked out. >> it worked out. what can people learn from your story. >> from my story, this is the thing that i love about my story is that i know it isn't specific to me. i think that exactly what i was saying to you, taylor the reason why, it's not that i'm just successful i'm also delightfully happy. you know, i'm also content. i'm also at peace with the work i've done and everybody can achieve that if you do what i
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just said. you have your own internal gps, guidance system, guidance system, the voice of god, whatever you choose to call it, and people get in trouble because you're following everybody else's. and so if you just lean into becoming more of who you are, who you're meant to be, that's why you're here. >> i think about it as an athlete and i would run track and you would get in trouble when you looked to your left and to your right. if you didn't win, if you can find glory in the victory of others -- >> yes. >> that's something -- >> i can't believe you just said that. i used to say that to my team every day. put all your energy into where you're headed, not what the other people are doing. it makes a huge difference. >> while the other shows are looking at you. [ applause ]
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>> you know what, bless your heart. it's been some years, but to have this woman sit in my chair when i was ill that's true friend. someone who was there in your froggy slippers. >> we were wore our robin bracelets until they fell off. >> we're all sisterhood. i can't wait to see the screening tonight with everyone. >> thank you, thank you, thank you. >> march 9th, friday, take your children. i think it would be too loud for her. you need to be at least 8 years old. >> oprah, ladies and gentlemen. >> thank you all for letting me do this. thank you, thank you. >> thank you for being a carier of the light and a wrinkle in time is in theaters this friday. we'll be right back.
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>> back now on "gma" everybody's happy to be inside because it is a mess out there right now with this big storm. here's a live shot in new haven up 95. still wet and slushy on the roads but that will likely change especially north and west. poconos i80 a little bit dies tea. we are just getting going with this storm. coastal low picking up and
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that radar will thicken and expand throughout the day and whites will get a little bit whiter and winds a little bit stronger as well. pretty much all day long especially in the afternoon is when the nasty stuff is going to be eventually drying out tomorrow but some areas will get 2 feet. here in the city much less than that but still a snow day for a lot of kids. that's a check on the big nor'easter. time for a look at your local forecast. >> thanks rob. as we look at storm tracker6 live double scan, we see that we've got snow through much of the that area an icy mix south of the city, rain beyond that. your accuweather forecast showing this staying on track. heavy wet snow especially from 10:00 to 4:00 today. hank you ve much. hank you ve i'm here with tomi adeyemi. if you don't know her name yet, you will now. she just signed the biggest box deal ever. the first book children of blood
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and bone just came out. please welcome tomi. 24 years old, i love the reaction you posted when you got your first book and even stephen king reached out to you. >> he actually made me -- when i saw that i was so excited. my body started overreacting. an hour later i was feeling sick. i needed to sit down or i'm going to go into a coma. i was so excited. this isn't real. i can't get sick right now. i had to, okay, okay, stephen king knows your name. stephen king watched you cry. >> tell people about this, this really celebrates your heritage and it's taking place in a fictional world. >> the book is called children of blood and bone. it's basically black panther with magic. yeah. >> wakanda forever. >> it follows a girl named zelie, she's in a fight to bring
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magic back to her people. the city are named after nigerian cities. you know, riding giant lions through the jungle. it's this epic adventure. we have, like lord of the rings and harry potter and stories we love, usually in the same setting. this time we'll get to see, like the aim adventures that we love but in completely different settings and new characters. i'm excited. it's fun having something in your head for so long and having the world view it. the first time someone said my character's name out loud, i was like, where did you find out? with my first book, rightfully shouldn't have come out. i didn't get to publishers. i couldn't get an agent with
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that one. but a lot of really great people said yes to this one and now we're on "good morning america," which is crazy. >> you got a lot of good people around you. your mother, your father, your brother's here. she signed a seven-figure deal for the book and also already -- it's going to be made into a franchise of movies. your brother believed in you >> he did. >> what was about your sister that you knew? >> she never lost that magic that i think that we're all born with but as we get older we tend to lose that imagination, that things we can think, anything's possible. anything can happen. but the world is so real and it gets to us we start to lose it. she never lost it, she always had it. i'm so proud of her for bringing it to the world. >> and mom and dad, you're just
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beaming with pride. you read the book a dozen times? >> 16 times. i confess, 16 times. >> mom, what are your emotions? >> just so excited for my baby. it's been a long journey. went through some struggles with everything going on in the world. she said i'm going to do something about it. i'm going to write a book that's going to change the world and i'm so excited for what she's about to embark on. >> so, is it everything that you thought this moment would be? >> all of it has been beyond my wildest imagination -- times where i was like, okay, if you worry really hard like in ten years something like this could happen. after five years, maybe a movie. i never thought it would be like this. the book came out yesterday, on twitter this morning, people are like, how could you? you read 540 pages on a school
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day. how did you get through it that fast? so it's been this really wild ride but it's -- i still haven't processed all of it. i go hour to hour. it will hit me at once. >> enjoy. enjoy this wonderful moment the journey, we can't wait to see what continues to come your way. thank you so much for sharing. >> thank you so much. >> i love the title "children of blood and bone" is out now. coming up next, de.
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you win $50,000 and you have a challenge to be able to travel all around the u.s. and experience as many of these unique experiences as you can and i mean, i'd do it. >> i love it. >> you can live in a cave, a light hougt. >> give it up for priyanka chopra. season three of "quantico" are happening on april 26th. we'll be right back.
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oh. and we think ba-blam's gonna kill the stomach flu? i'm scared to use the facilities. i don't blame you. if you want clean, your cleaner needs bleach in it. clorox means clean. [ cheers and applause ] are you giving tom a hard time? >> can we see tom kelly's shoes? >> oh, no, too late. >> ♪ >> good morning, everyone. 8:56 on this wednesday, the nor'easter is upon us but it has not shown us its wrath just yet. we're taking a look on mobile6. that's city avenue looking
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pretty clear right now. now, let's turn to matt pelman for a look at the rest of the traffic. hi, matt. >> about 10 minutes ago we were starting to see glimpse of its wrath. tree 091 of those heavy bands of snow came roaring through. a it was almost a whiteout for a little bit. snow is really coming down and as you can see it did coat the roadway. 309 here by english village. you can get by. you can see the lane but there's definitely a lot of slush and snow on them by now which is going to change because all morning long we've seen mainly wet conditions and that's still the case here on 95 although we're not sure how long it's going to be the case in northeast philadelphia. snow still coming down. traffic on 95 is moving okay. here on the schuylkill expressway seeing our first accident on 76 of the morning. it's the westbound side by gulf mills. sticking out into the right lane there but at least the lanes are passible at this point. a vehicle ran off the road in salem county off the southbound side of the turnpike so you have to take it easy because it is definitely slippery in spots, matt.
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>> okay, matt, thanks. david is off. meteorologist karen rogers with the accuweather forecast. karen. >> we have a wintry mix falling right now where i'm standing matt. i want to show you storm tracker6 live double scan a mix of rain to the south an icy mix on i-95 and snow north and west. we are noticing that brighter bands again. do you see that purple? that's where it's coming down pretty good right now as you can see near malvern, near media on the blue route, be careful as you're traveling there and up near norristown. here's what you can expect today. we're still looking at six to 10-inches of snow near philadelphia f-lansdowne, allentown, pottstown and reading doylestown areas north matt. >> thank you, karen. updates throughout the day on this winter storm. "live with kelly and ryan" is next. i'm matt o'donnell.
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