Willard Scott, 1980, Tuesday discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
Afternoon. We're going to top out in the mid seventies in many places that see some increasing sun breaks. And tomorrow sunshine really takes over on the holiday. We're gonna go to the mid to upper seventies on Monday, Upper seventies lower eighties for Tuesday and Wednesday. And a couple of systems there in San companies. Former President Donald Trump is now sharing his first reaction to the Supreme Court's decision earlier this week not to stop the controversial abortion restrictions in Texas from becoming law. He spoke to full measure in his first one on one broadcast interview since leaving office in January following his loss in the general election last November. Both sides seem to agree that this ruling is largely your doing based on the Supreme Court picks that you made. Do you agree with the ruling? Well, I will tell you this. We do have a Supreme Court. That's a lot different than it was before it was Acting very strangely, and I think probably not in the interests of our country. I'm studying it right now. I know that, uh, the ruling was very complex and also probably temporary. I think other things will happen. And that will be the big deal in the big picture, so we'll see what would happen, But we're studying the ruling and was studying also what what they've done in Texas. But we have great confidence in the governor and the attorney general and The lieutenant governor. There's a lot of great people in Texas and we have a lot of fans and a lot of support in Texas, so will be announcing something over the next week or two weeks. Legendary today show weatherman Willard Scott has died. Scott Car reports. Network colleague Al Rocker posted the news of Willard Scott's death Saturday before joining the Today Show As a weatherman in 1980. Scott made a living clowning around later, literally as boto the clown but starting out at radio TV.