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New Jersey Judge Esther Salas Says She’s Forgiven Man Who Killed Her Son In Attack On Her Home
"New Jersey U. S. Juster Judge Esther Salas speaking out about a fatal attack on her son over the summer that changed her life forever. This man Took the most important thing in my life. I can't let him take anything else. I know that I want to strive every morning to be the best person that I could be. Her 20 year old son was killed in a shooting and also left her husband injured at their home in North Brunswick in late July. She told ABC is Robin Roberts, She will still serve as a federal judge.
"robin robert" Discussed on The View
"We are back with Jane Fonda Joy. Yes. So Jane in new a couple of other people like Lizzo and John Legend an open letter in support of what they call defunding the police. Now, that's a phrase that is I believe misunderstood and used against the correct people. Can you explain what that actually means? So that people understand that defunding police doesn't mean you're going to eliminate the police force. Well. A, very good example of what it looks like as Newark New Jersey. Where they created a community. Team? To go door to door and check on people and take care of people and find out what what's wrong and if there's a problem they go in before the police do and kind of Suss it out it's it's so that the police force it's led by the community the police comes in when needed you don't totally do away with the police, but there's not the humongous amounts of money that are going to fund the police that instead should go to. To the community needs and that in itself will help reduce trouble and rising rise. OPS. Uprisings and. And it's working very very well. So that's what we mean. We're not talking about doing away with the police we're talking about reconfiguring it and having. Communities take the lead. So. Then why don't we call it reconfiguring the police instead of De Fund the police it's such a volatile phrase I think in the causes so much disruption and misunderstanding it's like the word feminist and liberal which has been taken over by the right wing of this country to make it a negative thing because they did the same thing with this. What you and I are white and I think this is a moment in history when we have to sit back. And take our cues from Movement for black lives. there. Decide they do how they do what how they name it. That but you've been part of K. I go along with that listen it's fine. You've been part of the Social Justice Movement since the Seventies. So how today's protests compared to what you've experienced over the decades chain. Yeah well, social media changes everything. You know it has its bad parts, but it's kind of wonderful when you're an organizer and you're trying to pull together demonstrations, protests uprising so that changes but also. I think the fact that a lot of the Movement for black lives are especially black lives matter is led by women. And they lead with joy I I watched joy I watched the. The national. Black Convention last week. It's the first one since nineteen, seventy two and it was fabulous and what was what's really impressed me was how joyful it was and I. I spoke Patrisse cullors since the CO founder of black lives matter and she said, that's right. We have to lead with joy and I think that that. vibe believe it or not that. Part of the Movement for black lives makes it more welcoming to people who maybe have never been part of protests and uprisings, and is what gave the the uprisings and continue to give the uprising such such diversity. Also, I think people have been inside clip kept inside because of the pandemic for so long that they they wanted to get out. So that work in the end, the uprisings favor, but also I think the Yarmuk has also show the essential workers, most of whom are people of Color, how miserably treated they. have been they're not paid enough. They have no protections and yet they are the people that make our lives work smoothly and I think there's a tremendous feeling of support for them. So I think people were people were ready to step out of their comfort zone and do something in solidarity with the with the black lives. So I think it's just been great and I think it's GonNa do more than just protests I think is going to really lead to things. I. Don't think this is not going to go away. No, it's not going anywhere. It's not going anywhere because we all see ourselves now people now see themselves as being. Also on the receiving end of a lot of things. So maybe this is what it what it takes. It always takes people to see themselves in order to make change. It's. So good to see you just always. So proud that I know you.
"robin robert" Discussed on The View
"Right back. By. Dolphins. Does Oscar winner and legendary activist Jane Fonda think the black lives matter. Movement has been effective in getting its message to the people she's live on the view next. Jane. Fonda. Is a Hollywood icon. She's known for activism as well as her acting, but her book, what can I do my path from climate to spare to action is out now and with wildfires still raging in the west coast, it could not come at a better time. Please welcome to Fabulous Jane Fonda Good Morning Jane. Fonda. Hours reading here you were arrested. One you arrested five times trying to raise awareness for the climate crisis and you say civil disobedience has to be the new norm. Now, I've always known that but how do we get other people to recognize that this is what we must do in order to make the change we want to say. Well, apparently, there are thirteen million Americans who are prepared to engage in civil disobedience and risk getting arrested, but they've never been asked. And so what I'm doing is going after the great unasked. The fire last week. The fired Ruben fraud had settled on route fifty thousand people watching to you all on the zoo. That's nothing on the soon on the view but every ethnicity. But for us, that's great. There are more and more people who are. Paying, attention and wanting to get involved an tens of thousands of them were volunteering get out the vote registering people to vote re registering people who have been purged from the polls. People are people are. Active and involved as pretty great. Well. You acknowledged in the book which is fantastic. By the way it's it's a guy to activism. That not everyone can or should engage in civil disobedience. People of Color and undocumented immigrants have much more at risk and you also write about being treated differently in jail because you're white and famous. What did you observe when you were in jail as a white and famous person? Well. Thank you for saying that I definitely, my experience is not the same as it would be if I was a person of color black, particularly a black woman. There's something about putting your body on the line aligning yourself totally with your deepest values that is very empowered even though you're having an cups and shackles put on you and you've lost all control, you still feel very empowered and joyful elaborate look around and see the other people with me. I could tell they were feeling the same thing. It's. It's stepping stepping up your game and it, and it feels good and. The scientists. Who usually are below the radar? To be you know politicized but they have come out saying. You got cut fossil emissions than half in ten years, and we need unprecedented numbers of people. Involved, and that's what we do. We have to organize mobilize millions of people to force the government to do necessary and I and I think we're going to do it. Three and a half three and a half percent of people all you need to win and that's eleven and a half million people at Macau we can do it. Okay. Okay so congratulations Jane on all your good works I had said it off camera saying it again on camera I appreciate everything you do. But let's do a little politics because you say this next election is literally do or die which I totally agree with you at one point you thought you could actually appeal to trump's vanity unbelievable to get him to address the climate crisis, but you didn't get past Ivanka what happened tell? Well. I I am. This kind of ma'am. If you get enough good lookin women there kneeling in front of them saying you can be the greatest hero. The world has ever seen. It'll be huge if you just. Do Away with fossil fuels and move us into a clean sustainable energy future and explain to do it that he would that he would want of skis sweat. So i. told him that. Nothing. Well You know the US is facing so many issues right now, the pandemic racial injustice, the climate crisis you write that they're all interconnected and that communities of color are disproportionately affected. Can you talk a little bit more about that? Yeah well, it's there's a lot of levels to it. First of all, the fossil fuel industry very deliberately puts its infrastructure it's wells it's racking bids, its refineries and incinerators in communities of color thinking that these people don't have enough power to push back and complain, and as a result, the people who live there are getting sick especially respiratory problems, which makes them extremely vulnerable to the cogan pandemic What has brought us to this point in terms of the climate crisis. Comes from the same mentality that raw that had slavery. Create the economy in this country. Treating people like they weren't human and putting them into bondage. It's the same mentality and. And so when we talk about the climate crisis, wait, we were really talking about everything and extractives xenophobic. Entitled Mindset that has to be done away with because the crisis that we're facing isn't just a a climate crisis, an empathy crisis inequality crisis so we really have to. Change a lot of. This country starting with loss so fuels and then moving to. How do we become a carrying country and taking care of ourselves and sharing resources and? You know making it so that everybody has a decent life doesn't have to live in constant anxiety about whether they can afford to. Have a roof over their head and put food on the table. I mean, this is a a moment. We're slow lucky to be alive right now to fight a fight that can determine whether we go forward as a as a country that cares about people or we Or we become like Brazil and Russia countries that are governed by strong men who don't give fluffy rat's ass about people. There you are, and when we were going to go coming back because we have to talk about with you Jane, we'll be right back. Right now at this defining moment in. America from ABC News Turning Point a groundbreaking nightline event all late nine ABC..
Joe Biden, Kamala Harris First Joint Interview
"World News Tonight Anchor David Muir and Good Morning America Co anchor Robin Roberts. Joe Biden laid out the stakes in this election, blaming President Trump for the severity of the Corona virus crisis. Do you blame President Trump for lives lost? I don't blame him for the current crisis. I blame him for wrecking wave. Not dealing with solutions. He hasn't listened to the scientist. And while Trump has attacked by then for campaigning from home, Biden says Trump's push for large scale in person events is dangerous, even deadly. Look what happens. What what's happened with his his events. People die. People get together. They don't wear masks. They end up getting cove. They end up dying with his running mate by his side. Kamala Harris asked about that pivotal moment at the Democratic debate when she took bite into task for his record on race. A lot of people cannot let that go the way you challenged him. So how did you go from there to here? I want Joe Biden to be the next president of the United States. I believe in Joe Biden. I believe in his perspective, and frankly, I think that's that conversation is a distraction from what we need to accomplish right now and what we need to do. Harris was also pressed on Biden's shocking comment this spring. That left critics saying he's taking the black vote for granted. If you have a problem figuring out what your Sameer Trump You a black, so when you have a running mate Makes a comment like you ain't black and lead some people to say just doesn't get it. Have you been able to speak truth to him about that? Listen, when Joe and I talked about and have talked about, frankly, over the years, But in connection with this race about Miss State of Black America, he has a deep sense of awareness and knowledge about racial disparities, inequities and systematic racism. Pushing back against Trump's attacks. Biden promised no new taxes on the middle class, so no new taxes $400,000 down. There would be no need for any Guidon, who has come under attack for his age, also shot down any suggestion that he limit himself to just one term. You're leaving open the possibility you'll serve eight years now. Looking ahead. Biden and Harris both say they are already preparing for their debates. Biden, saying he could hardly wait to take on trumpets. ABC News correspondent Mary Bruce reporting Come on news time 8 21. It's time to get to our propel insurance. Money updates so WalMart is filing a trademark application ahead of its upcoming
"robin robert" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"But if you think about this idea that the value of anything is determined by supply and demand And if we're increasing the supply of dollars, it theoretically should make the price of dollars go down. And like I said people who trade currencies know a lot about politics and monetary policy in the countries they cover. For example, I know a guy who trades Latin American currencies at a bank. He knows everything there is to know about Mexico. He knows everything there is to know about Brazil. He knows everything there is to know about Columbia, Argentina. You have to know this stuff. Now. There are other factors, too, So right now we're also looking at a deficit so big budget deficits will also have an impact. Fiscal discipline has an impact. As well as political turmoil if you're looking in emerging market countries If you're having an emerging market country with political turmoil that also has an impact. These are all things that are happening right now. Now, I said I would get back to gold and is gold a currency? Why said it is an objective store of value. It holds its value over thousands of years. It holds its value over thousands of years. It is definitely a store value, but it is not really a medium of exchange. You can't buy a pizza. With gold you can buy these beats headphones with gold can buy this can of nicotine patches with gold. It's not good as a medium of exchange. I mean, you could. You could do that. You could do that. I mean, theoretically, I've always wondered if you could do this. If you could take $30,000 worth of gold and go to the car dealership and buy a car with gold. That would be really cool. I think that would be really interesting exercise, but I don't know that anybody is going to take him. It's also hard to pay for things with Bitcoin. Right. Bitcoin transactions are pretty slow. They can take up to 60 minutes and it's not really practical as a medium of change. It's called a crypto currency. It's theoretically a currency, but it doesn't really behave like a currency. It really behaves like an asset. But the store of value is very important. Now countries are trying to devalue their currencies. Why would you want to do that? And the answer is because if your currency is weaker, you get to export more because your goods air cheaper and your manufacturing runs hotter and people get to have jobs. This is why some People like to have weaker currencies and Trump is obsessed with having a weaker dollar. But it actually hasn't really happened in his presidency. The dollar has been somewhat strong. The problem is, is that all countries are trying to make their currencies weaker at the same time, which is good for gold gold will appreciate against all currency simultaneously. Now. Historically, we didn't always want a weak currency if you go back to when Bill Clinton was president, Robin Robert Rubin was the Treasury secretary. He always said. We want a strong dollar policy. We have a strong dollar policy. So for years we had a strong dollar policy and under a strong dollar. Businesses are very disciplined and they have to cut costs as much as they can to be competitive globally. Right now. Businesses are very flabby because they can export very easily. Again when all currencies get weak. It is good for gold and gold is doing pretty well right now. Do I have a prediction for what the dollar will do in the future? I think the dollar will get weaker. I think our monetary policy will get Mohr and more radical and we will print more and more money. There are a lot of people who predicted it will get stronger and they say something about how we have a shortage of dollars or something like that. But I just don't get it. I'm Jared. Gillian, this is Jerry going,.
"robin robert" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
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"robin robert" Discussed on 4 Things with Amy Brown
"Is Robin Roberts. I okay well super excited to have you here with us today. Robin and before we really get into things I just Wanna I tell you why I admire you so much. I mean I have for a really long time but really felt connected to you after I read your book. Everybody's got something because in two thousand and fourteen. I lost my mom to cancer. And she someone that when she was. Md Anderson diagnosed for the third time she went to the Chapel and said Lord use this cancer for good wasn't Lord he'll me? It wasn't anything selfish. The most selfless prayer that I've heard and He did use it for good and her message was joy when she was battling it and her message after his been joy. And we've been able to use that as a movement called pimp enjoy for her but it made me think when I was reading your book on my Gosh. She made her message. Which you know you talked about from your mom and so for me. It was really cool to read what you were saying. And it helps me. Keep that positive perspective and then also keep my mom's message of joy alive because it gave cancer journey meaning in. It just really helped me like a lot so just wanted to start off by saying thank you for your wisdom and your encouragement and your optimism because meant a lot to me still this and I say this to you though. The come was what you hope or prayed for with your mother. Her journey every value every bit as powerful. Every bit as my. There's no difference. I sometimes town survivor's guilt a little bit in that. I'm so eternally grateful that for whatever reason I was able to get through cancer not once but twice and when I hear stories like your mom and I just wanted to tell the people who are here carrying on for them. I don't like it when people say so. And so lost their battle. You can't as my dear Brent Stuart Scott said your mother beat cancer in the manner in which she lived at how you're hearing on her legacy so I just WanNa thank you for doing this or maybe your mother's Miss. Not only her message but your message. Well bless you back now when thank you for that shift in how I say it because words are so important words matter and I feel like I'm one of those people that has often said just without really thinking about it. She lost her battle so again. Look at you shift. In my perspective to positively of course which. That's one of the things I wanNA talk to you about because you do such a wonderful job every morning on good morning. America bringing positivity into people's homes but then also on your instagram. You've got what like motivation? Monday and Wednesday wisdom and thankful Thursday. Like send them for basically every day of the week and when the world is so crazy right now I mean we have different ups and downs in life. But it's especially heavy right now. What is your advice to people in in my listeners. That may need your type of positivity encouragement and the reminder to choose joy during all this.
"robin robert" Discussed on 4 Things with Amy Brown
"WITH AMY Brown happy. Thursday everybody This is the episode with Robin Roberts. Probably someone not even probably know legit someone. I have wanted on the podcast. Since the first day I started the podcast Which was what a how chases on here with me. How long I been doing this year and a half maybe about about a year and a half each so and she has been goals and it finally happened and you know one of the things. You're going to hear chason. I talk about later in the episode is how chase kind of made it happen and I wanted him to come and share that with you guys as encouragement to just go after something You know we've talked about that before. Like it never hurts to send someone in email and chases been had met some of Robin's people and in ABC people and Good Morning America people. But you know Kinda chased the new straight up ended up emailing Robin. So we're going to dive into that because that Gutsy to me but it worked and now. Robyn is here on the podcast. And she's the first thing and She's she's just amazing. You'll hear it. She is so wise and I just absolutely adore her even more than I did because I probably had about what fifteen twenty minutes to talk with her for the podcast chase. That's what her her publicist our. Pr Team like people like there. I mean this is Robin Roberts. There's there's rules so I set a timer. I was trying to be so respectful and we ended in the proper time frame. And then after I finish the podcast part she probably stayed on the zoom call and talked with me and my husband for like twenty more minutes and she was just as amazing and I couldn't believe it. She did not have to do that and there were so many times where I was trying to let her go but she was so thoughtful and just kind and was talking and asking and we just chase. You didn't you. I the audio of that was on Zim. Cost you probably got to hear. Isn't she's so amazing so amazing and I did watch it and I and I you know you. Yeah I think that was the coolest part is just seeing. You have that interaction After you're able to kind of take a deep breath and getting the interview done and Allison Chiming in. Y'All here in the podcast. I'm very northern nervous. Can you talk right now? But I'm you I hear my I couldn't even listen back once. I got the audio all ready to go for the PODCAST and it was sent back to me and I couldn't even click play. I did let me let me tell the truth here. I clicked play and I listened to myself. Talk for about Twenty seconds and I couldn't listen to any more so I haven't even listened back to it and I don't know if I ever will because you know it was just special and I went to remember it the way I remember it happening and I feel like if I hear it back. Start to pick things apart in maybe kick myself like you say that. Or why did you mess up? There is a part where I mess up the the first part I heard harbor many seconds I really listen to. I don't know if it's twenty. Know his thirty forty. But I'm trying to say that my mom made her mess her message and I think this is when I cut it off because I couldn't even say that I said she made her message. I left out the word mess. Did you catch that? Yeah but we got it in context of everything. Well I couldn't believe myself so I quit listening but I hope y'all enjoy it. Robin is just truly an inspiration. And again she's the first thing and then chase I will be the second thing. Kind of breaking down How the Robin Roberts interview came to be because it definitely wasn't just an overnight thing chase it and working on it for a while and then We'll I've got an email from a listener that I wanNA share. That is Robin related for the third thing. I mean the emailer wasn't talking about Robin but the advice I would give to. This person is so perfect. I feel like Robin's interview basically answers this so if I just thought it'd be good to share it in case anybody else's in this situation And then the fourth thing will be the healthcare hero. Shout out what up. So All. Right enough rambling. Let's get started here. She.
Donovan Mitchell on coronavirus: 'It took me a while to cool off' at Rudy Gobert
"Place Utah Jazz guard Donovan Mitchell breaking his silence after he tested positive for Kobe in nineteen the NBA player was likely infected by his teammate Rudy Gobert who behaved in a way that he's admitted was quote reckless and quote Mitchell appearing on ABC's Good Morning America today telling host robin Roberts he was initially angry with Rudy Gobert was has had some time to cool off either him or I have had children at home you know I know hasn't seen this and children have some staff to have children at home so I'm glad that we were able to kind of contain it as much as possible the NBA suspended this season after Grover tested positive for cold at
Ozzy Osbourne breaks his silence on his battle with Parkinson's disease - GMA
"Rocker Ozzy Osborne breaking his silence on his battle with Parkinson's disease all know who receive proof I cannot walk around with animal of the Osborne opening up about a secret he's been caring for a year Osborne and his wife Sharon revealing to robin Roberts on Good Morning America that he was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease last year not a death sentence by any stretch of the imagination but it does affect certain nouns in your body this comes after a bad fall that required
"robin robert" Discussed on The View
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"robin robert" Discussed on The View
"Fifteen years you've ABC. You've been the longest co-anchor Good Morning America. You were the longest tenured anchor anchor and I first of all. I think we should applaud that. That's insane I can't imagine doing in her job for that long. And you do it with such grace here beloved by everyone on both sides but I hear you've never missed an early wake-up call is that true and you've were pirating about the anchor job when you started do the follow up. Yes I'm asking much talking about politics and it it'd be Meghan everybody. It's a pleasure to be here. I gotTa tell you. I have never missed a a wake-up call being fifteen. Ah I meditate from three thirty to four Dumai a daily devotional things streams in the desert and things like that but no. I've never I know in the beginning. Getting I had like five alarm clocks because I was so paranoid but I never thought I would be sitting in the anchor chair of Good Morning America growing up on the Gulf coast and Mississippi zippy watching Good Morning America on wwl TV. Thirteen the news for South Mississippi. I later worked as a sports reporter. I just wanted to be involved hauled in sports but this wonderful opportunity came along and then I realized like many of us. I was afraid I was afraid to venture outside of my comfort zone. And I'm so. I'm grateful that I had the encouragement from others to be able to do that. Because I could not have imagined no see beauty of getting fired because you've got you had thrown out of your comfort zone and you have to move on and you'll be take care given the choice. I'm taking this way. I don't tell you though. I was a young intern years ago for you and Diane and and you see a autism in turn and you were the kindest person from the intern to the camera crew to make up to the executive producer and that taught me something I said if I ever or do anything in this industry be kind to people. Treat me. Well no matter what they do accept. You are venturing into new territory and you are now an executive producer of your first project. It is called stolen by mother. mobely incredible edible story. It's heart wrenching. I remember the story well but remind people well first of all I D to think this incredible young woman for allowing us to share her her story and it was one that grabbed the national headlines when it first came out and to find out that all these years she thought a certain woman Gloria Williams Liam's was her mother turned out. She was her abductor that when she was eight hours old story she was eight years old. Glory Williams was in a bad relationship. She thought being pregnant having a baby could say the relationship. She had a miscarriage. She was desperate. She drove from her home in South Carolina. Down to Florida. She was dressed as a nurse because she is a nurse walked in buffet befriended. This woman should our mobile a teenage pregnant mother. Who just had this baby? Maybe I just took the baby walked out. Wow that's the worst nightmare and we haven't read Clinton two can't take the job you've series. You can't have that job maybe you can't. You can't have any job okay. Not Right now.
"robin robert" Discussed on The View
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"robin robert" Discussed on The View
"New bombshell. We'll be right back. Welcome back so salmon's reporter Manu Raju asked Arizona Arizona. Senator Martha mcsally about new evidence for the impeachment trial. It didn't go. Well Watch in your thoughts. Look honestly know senator. No Congressperson likes to be Followed in the hallways asked a question. It was a very reasonable question he was asking should there be new. Evidence considered considered by the Senate Laura Ingraham mass last night to her as well. It was a it was a very legitimate reasons. I'm just saying it's a question that shouldn't be difficult one if you're adding. I'm not a lawyer while she trial what you do. I don't know why she did it but I I can tell you I you know if you're in Arizona and if you're in the rest of the country you like what she did. Did you know what you can do. You can donate to her if you don't like what she did. You can donate to mark Kelly. Who is currently leading her by two points the Arizona member Martha Marceca Kabq? Sally lost by a little bit over two points to Thurston cinema. The first Democrat to be elected to the Senate Arizona in decades. Yeah so she's on Thin Nice. She noticed the mega from your stage. She was actually appointed. She didn't not see that's important after you. Yes she. She didn't earn it. I mean in the traditional sense with boats and she doesn't have an extremely tight race Arizona can turn blue. which will I mean like Duh? You know pigs are flying around the studio that ends up happening. I never thought I'd see the day day but it she is fundraising off of this With trump supporters. But unfortunately there's a lot of states like Utah like Arizona like Nevada chased just assume are going to be full red forever and it's not it's very independent. It's sort of fringy and I think there's a reason why it has such a long history especially in Arizona with people like Barry Goldwater base and I actually think she's playing her cards completely Lee wrong. And You do Co. one hundred percent. I think this is not the right way to do it. But do you know who's playing it completely. Right is my other senator. Kristen cinema with her fashion choices on the congressional floor. I think we have it. Look at her other center. We'll get that outfit and how I love everything she's doing she's very independent. She's a Democrat but she's like very votes on the right as as well and I think she should take more pages from Kristen's this mix. Sally took a page from Trump's book by attacking the press. It's like a dictatorship move. You know you attack attack the press. He's a good but she was going after CNN not motto thankless job being Capitalistic Wash. The enemy is the question ashamed on behalf of the people of the United States and the people of her State. Yeah so if she you know she can't answer a simple question. He's the wrong journal. Out of the kid hack maybe Sarong type of guy.
"robin robert" Discussed on The View
"In one thousand nine hundred eighty S. Well let me just yes. He's Donald Trump's father hi. How long is the country's GonNa put put up with this law of the land before he doesn't really know Giuliani yeah? The Guy was going through social media. Eighty and watching all of these different pictures left partners with trump and trump associates. And I was like I have literally seen more pictures of life partners in Donald Trump together. Then I have donald trump and some of his children yes and the last three years. Yes but he. That's what he does George. Popadopoulos was the coffee people. I M Nisha possibly maybe at seven Asia about me you believe people or at at least folks that believe him will believe that he does not know Parnis. Don't believe you're yeah. I think he was that he doesn't know the problem. Is this this people out there. Believe everything he says. There's a so many people love says President Trump says I don't listen. Live partners has said the same thing that every person who has testified already says yeah basically not even new information getting just confirms terms what we know already. The disconnect I don't understand is the country's about half and half on its support and not support for impeachments almost evenly split but love harnesses harnesses interview with Rachel Maddow got the highest ratings. I believe incapable of the entire year. If not more she got around four point five million views. So there's clearly a lot of interest in the characters and the actors in the take down of the president which again the people that I talked to that living in the middle of the country. They're not really paying that much attention to it but at the same time you're getting giant ratings just for Rachel maddow's frankly I don't know where it stands anymore. Has that changed. Its half-and-half it was seventy percent in favor of. Yes they want to impeach. There were seventy seven impeachment and remove. Maybe maybe I don't know I I. I'm not sure I view a definite view away the I don't know how many more times do we. How many more years I mentioned four more years of this lying in this Miss Nasty comments? Okay and you know he's been capable of doing all of this if if if be behaving so lawlessly nosiness when he knows. He's got an fan for reelection. Imagine what he will be like in a second term without having to stand for that employee review will help. America is. That's true but what she says. It's very serious. Commentators like Van Jones who works in the Obama Administration going on TV after the debates and saying none of these people can be trump which he did and he got a lot of heat. Heat four I think you have to listen to people saying the Democrats should be stepping it up a little bit right now because I frankly I watched the last debate as well I. I don't think these are people who like nothing like the Golden Girls Back in the game is not over yet. We don't know what's going to happen. I mean every day. Some.
"robin robert" Discussed on Ledlow & Parker
"Excellence in this segment. NBA stands for no basketball allowed. which well thanks a lot of sense because Thursday is Thanksgiving and there are no? NBA Games on so there is actually no basketball allowed ear this week. Well I've been all over the world for Thanksgiving so one year I was in Russia and we had a Thanksgiving dinner where everybody came from their different cultures and brought a dish dish from where they're from all Russia Belgium France. Would you bring my mom. Did the candied sweet potatoes. I mean yes you know. You gotta do the Corn Pudding gotta do. The Turkey is. Yeah we had borsch the Russian. Wow yes yeah. We had everything so but this year. I'm staying in Los Angeles with my family. Are you cooking. I do Cook Kristen. No I know that you cook. Are you cooking yes I am. Thanks mom responsibility and my mom is doing the Turkey and all that stuff important thing the important things and doing more of the desserts and the CY okay well see. It's funny because my mom and I had a conversation conversation this week and I asked what I could bring or what could be in charge of and she put me in charge of the wine. That's like the best job ever. No I know but it's very important job. We're GonNa you put me in charge of the wine. I'm going to be in charge of the I've been doing research. I'm going to have a white wine available. Pairings I will. This is next level. Can you parker out. It's because of wide. I might get kicked right out of my own house for all this foolishness of all head on over to yours with the wine but no I'm doing being white wines red wines even dessert wines feel perhaps the day could begin with and then also end with the perfect teammate. If if you put me in charge of the wine I am going to turn to the wind of that. What's your favorite dish on Thanksgiving? How come on you've put me on the spot? I love Thanksgiving food. My mom makes this. She called it. The company potatoes potatoes because companies. Coming over I just now put that together together interesting either way. It's essentially potatoes with cheese on IT and it's delicious anything with D. and potatoes totally Thanksgiving or not that that works. I do want to know what you're thankful for. I'm thankful for a lot but like in years past. I'm just thankful for the relationships that I have the people I love Health happiness and safety. That's my thing every years I'm just so thankful to have those three things. Faith family football. I think if I had to sum it up at least when it comes to alliteration but not to be with family during the holiday to be able to celebrate something as significant as what it is that we're thankful for four. I love that one of my favorite holidays. But I'm just so thankful that you are excellent on the biggest stage at the thing that you have chosen to pursue and yet you still take the time to turn around and pull along and pull up those who are behind you you know these last couple of weeks have been a lot of fun and and with it being thanksgiving I want to say. I'm very thankful for you and just your authenticity. I think that's the one thing that has definitely shine through to me. In the first time we met right and even now and I hope to you all it comes across because it truly is genuine and authentic that. I really look at you like a teammate. But a friend as well. And that's it's one of the many things I'm thankful for for you but we're not gonNA cry because think tissue to stop crying on the podcast but thankful for you as a teammate. And we have new teammate. And he's joining Ludlow and poker next week and I have a feeling we're going to be spending a lot of time on Tuesdays together and and we're GONNA be fighting over who gets to wear number three Jersey so come back to lead loan parker next week..
"robin robert" Discussed on Ledlow & Parker
"One two three two one. Oh Aw frame tastes. You're killing iron Supposed to he's dying laughing and cannot contain and he can't even speak because so often those those guys goes off the rails but then he's somehow brings back rights. The ship gets back contract. He that time could not supposed to go to three. Not One you too could not get that thing back untracked when I think about Ernie as a personality he's very competitive and I don't know how many people know this. They obviously saw the run through the tape moment. And Ernie wanted it recalled because he said there was a false start and obviously that it contained a bit of controversy. But if we rewind it was perhaps around that same season I hosted believe we called it. The All Star Challenge Lynch where those four guys had to compete in a series of sports challenges. They threw football's they hit golf balls. They hit baseball's they kick Soccer balls it was easily one of the funniest days of my life. I mean because well. It's those guys attempting something athletic in the shape that they're in but what stood out to me was Ernie how serious he was about it and he won the whole thing on. Oh He's super competitive like beyond think about last year when you and I were in Charlotte and we did the the the race track event. Yes I remember lining up against Ernie. It was this is my first. It was our first race against each other and he didn't WanNa hit the gas. He didn't WanNa hit the pedal without making sure. Everything was do you all in check with his car and so so he's super competitive. I love it so cheers Ernie to thirty years on inside the NBA. I cannot believe you've been doing it that long. And well as you mentioned Robin Roberts has now hit the pinnacle as part of lead low and Parker were inviting you to do the same our gift to you for thirty years of.
"robin robert" Discussed on Ledlow & Parker
"You did not acknowledge all the people that have helped you and she you just you know as a as a mother could do and I was just like wow. You're so right Mama and that always stayed with me so I always make sure Because no no one gets to where they are by themselves and I have had so many people who have believed in me. And I'm so grateful for the lessons they have taught me and And I'm very grateful my mother you know. I was on adult at that time. But she boy she could have she would have you know took him taking me by the ear. Dragnet acne on that stage but I remember that and so I do make a point and it's not When I make a point I want to? I want to acknowledge because one I received that award or or the Arthur Ashe award. I know there's so many people who are as worthy if not more worthy then I to receive it and so I wanna be a symbol for them I want to be a symbol of this too shall pass for people who are going through what I've gone through But I just want to be able to share with people and say I'm I'm here for you. This isn't just for me and you do that every single morning. Waking up all of America I read though you get three fifteen. Is that true. And if so me on the phone with us right now I was this morning At Three fifteen from three thirty until four I meditate and do my prayers Then hit the shower. I'm at the studio by five o'clock. I'm there at the office until Fu early afternoon. I'll use today's example. I got home about One two o'clock block Then another meditation did. My pilates came home with a little light dinner I was a little late on the call with you all because I was on a conference offers call on the West Coast because I have a pilot for ABC prime time. That I'm working on about these five African American sisters. Who are all police officers? And so we're working on a pilot for that I'm happy to talk with both of you. I hope I'll go to bed by by nine o'clock and started all over again Dan and it's very hard because as a sports person like you guys are. I'M NOT TURTLE I watch game. You know it's very hard especially during March rich madness with all the west coast games so I can be a little bleary eyed. Some mornings at my dear friend said up but yeah I you know because I just that Charlie Gibson who I worked with four time he said as a morning anchor. You're going to be invited to everything but too tired to go to anything anything about right but no complaints whatsoever. That's awesome. How long have you been? Meditating is this something that you've done for for a long time years this last. Yeah last few years I always had by grandma Sally's the call quiet time. I always have been very you know to myself and with my thoughts thoughts on that but I actually started meditating About three years ago and it really has made a world of difference it just kind of especially first thing in the morning. We're really so middle of night but the first thing in the morning to kind of set my intentions and I know when people say meditate. Well how can you not have thoughts. It's not but you don't have thoughts. You recognize that you have you push them aside you focus on your mantra and it's something that it It's it's it's it's it's a two do I because it energizes me and relaxes me at the same time. It's the it's the oddest thing but I I highly recommend Istana. You were to give any other advice broadcasting acting advice to Kansas and to me what would it be well first of all ladies. You did your homework. I mean strong. Michael Strahan reaching out to my teammates. Bugs Ernie Johnson. I'm telling you've done your homework. I am so incredibly impressed. I thought it was going to be an you know another interview view and I have and I I try not to do too many right now but Of course I was going to say yes to both of you and I am just Elated elated and not surprised at all knowing what I do know about. Both of you That you came prepared and that's what you do you You ask what you have like a a template like you have an outline of what you want to ask but then you listen. It's Kinda like how you followed up about the meditation When you hear somebody say something? Even though what's not in your notes you follow up on it. Just show interest Be Authentic. I mean I'm about to do a masterclass series and it's not just for a teaching people how to interview and to be a broadcaster. It's how to be a communicator. And you are your athletes at heart. You know as well as I know whether it's being you know playing volleyball or basketball you had a game plan you had a coach And you approach at the same way. You have your formula for success and why do we always look at the mountains ahead of us and not the mountains. We've already climbed behind us. We're always looking at that new summit and we're like can we just for a moment just pause and turn around and go Dang. Look what I have done and I am somebody that I I'm I'm always always always grateful but never content. Can't I know there's more out there. There's more that I wanted to do. There's more than I want to share and there's nothing wrong with that but you girls you got it you gotta going on. You don't need any advice for me. I feel like I'm GonNa be working for you guys one day. I kind of remember me. Can we be invited to the master's in those that minute that you just spoke. I mean there were so many life lessons that you just touched upon. That really is the key to success in obviously in the work environment but also positive relationships in surrounding yourself with people that care and that will help help you get to where you're at and so I'm just so thankful that you share that with us because I mean that's very inspirational for us. That are trying to to be common. Even half of what you have and optimism is a muscle that gets stronger with us. Get in the habit of of being optimistic get in the habit of surrounding yourself with good people who are like minded And I think that will take you. I'm very grateful that I was taught at an early age To as I said to be optimistic not pollyanna not you know. I'm I'm a realist. I know there are a lot of things that are going on in the world but I went into On my way back and I just popped into the Bodega picked up a little something and the gentleman behind the counter was we were just talking about why I don't people smile he goes he said he he was talking about positively and we sat there for ten minutes and I was just talking to this gentleman and I walked out of there. You know on air and just just knowing that there are more people like him who are saying. That's what we have to do. And that's what we have to spread. That's what we need right now. More than ever right now as positively on the spirit of thanksgiving I know me and Kristen are super thankful for you and you taking the time with all of us to to share your insight and because you truly are a special woman and somebody that we get to watch every day and we really appreciate you joining our podcast look Kristen and Kansas. I thank you very much. You have been the highlight of my week. And I am very thankful to know that those like myself have had blazed as the path and there are talented. Young women like you. That are walking right beside us. I can't I could not be more proud nor happier for both of you and I thank you. Thank you so much I've been. I've been waiting to say this. Go on with your bad around. It's been my dream. I dream me. I said it to Robin Kevin Robert. Oh y'all do I swear you made my night. I am so proud of you. Guys the excellence really the ball. They take care can't get enough of the NBA. Va.
"robin robert" Discussed on Ledlow & Parker
"Or couldn't take place but Kansas. We've got somebody on the phone that I don't think we WANNA keep waiting for too long. It sure Mendes Quiet Debbie present. This year Sega. Strong award to the end defeated. swabbing Roberts this week is a week where a lot of people causing acknowledged and say what they're thankful for and in preparing pairing for this episode about a month ago. They asked Kristen and myself. Who are heroes are any immediately Robin Roberts came to mind? I mean she's strong determined passionate kind. She represents all the things that I want to be in all of the things. I WANNA teach my daughter to be. She's paved the way for people like Kristen myself in this field and now she says good morning to millions of people every morning so with great pleasure. I'd like to welcome in one of my heroes. Heroes Robin Roberts. Thank you so much for joining us today. Candidates and Kristen. Thank you very very much happy to do it. While in switching gears I I had to had to texts Michael Strahan because I wanted to get like kind of a low down of you. Don't WanNa do generic questions. I WANNA get the low down on who you really are so he he sent me some tidbits that Oh boy. You don't put on shoes. You wear slippers under the desk for the first hour of the show. Is this show Aroo. Wait until I see Michael Strahan. I'm on bringing down. Yes I do. But they're not just any flippers Oprah's favorite thing from last season Okay and I let let me just prep something when I worked at. ESPN for eighteen years. Here's I wore the same pair of earrings for fifteen years. No one said anything. I wore the same pair of earrings three days in a row on Good Morning America and I got mail from women going. What are are you doing so I have to wear my stilettos? I do I do when I'm on camera. You don't see my feet for the first hour so I'm GonNa have my slippers on well because I've been making. That is the argument. Yes I make it upstairs. I put on the nice shoes but well wait until. Let's see Michael. My secrets like that. You did mention your time at ESPN and you've paved the way for so many women sports broadcasting what they'll give view the inspiration the courage even to be on television talking about sports on network. TV when there were so few women even people who looked like you in that space. Oh bless your heart it you know when I was coming along I did not see anybody who looked like myself who was doing what I I wanted to do. First of all I wanted to be a pro athlete. Okay let me just get it out there. That's that was my. That was my my dream when I was a youngster growing up in Mississippi tippy bowling champion when I was twelve years old but Yeah that Kinda peaked. Too early in my in my career with bowling But I took up tennis and actually my scholarship. Scholarship at southeastern Louisiana University was for tennis though I play basketball instead for those four years and so I wanted to be a pro athlete. It wasn't it wasn't in the cards. Didn't have the WNBA waiting for me. Didn't have any professional outlets ahead an opportunity to go to Europe Out of college. But then I graduated with honors and Communications nations and receive the part time offer for five dollars and fifty cents an hour to be the weekend sports anchor in Hattiesburg Mississippi. I didn't hesitate to take that position. It was only the one that was offered to me. I was being offered positions in news. But I really wanted to do sports and to answer your question. I think people could just sense. my passion That I truly wanted to be a sports journalist. I wanted to talk to athletes. I wanted wanted to to share with people What it was I wanted to be as as a pro athlete so I think it was my authenticity When I would interview for a position shouldn't that they realize that boy this this woman she really wants to do? This and I was just so grateful that I had some great mentors and the people around me who believed in me and taught me to believe in myself and I'm so grateful that I just follow my dream. Well a lot of what you just said you. I know you establish in college and I know I spoke to one teammate. and Michael Strahan. But I'M GONNA have to take it back to another teammate. And your college teammate. Michelle she actually. Yes we did. We took it back there. We do report compared you due to an NBA great. She was.
Berman, T.J. back for NFL PrimeTime on ESPN+
"With my last word is on a reunion that's going to happen on this that work is going to call is going to be called NFL primetime coming back Chris Berman Tom Jackson the team of the co host that show for nineteen years they're going to reunite when the show returns beginning this Sunday and ESPN plus it was always a staple for me no matter where I was living no matter what kind of circumstance I was in to know that was gonna get NFL primetime with Tom Jackson Chris Berman when the lace to its got was a part of it when bill Peter was a part of it robin Roberts of the part of it when the late P. acts tells a part of it it was always must see TV the fact we're going to give those to. the gentleman those hall of fame broadcasters bring you back a little bit of my young adulthood starting this Sunday on ESPN plus this to be nothing but celebration and joyous this about that I'll be was so old shows when there was a prime time prime time prime time with Dion Sanders would be doing his thing when you play in the National Football League nineteen years it seems like it wasn't that long ago that they were doing and if all prime time from eighty seven to two thousand five it may have taken fourteen years what is a reunion that's going to be great to see it happen and watch it happening congradulations ESPN plus and Chris Berman Tom Jackson welcome back I can't wait for
'I'm fighting through it': Alex Trebek discusses cancer battle
"For what it's worth, I'm Sherry Preston. It's been a month since we've heard from jeopardy host Alex trebek's about his battle with pancreatic cancer. But he's opened up GM host Robin Roberts telling her. He's heard from fans who survived ten fifteen twenty years with it for him. It's not been that long. I am now a thirty day cancer survivor says he's encouraged by the strides made in pancreatic cancer research, and he's becoming us to the regimen of chemo somewhat. I'm used to dealing with pain. But what I'm not used to dealing with is the surges that come on suddenly of Jeep gave sadness, and it brings tears to my trebek's says he feels week after his treatments, but he's positive about the future my platelets. My blood counts are steady my weight of steady. The numbers that indicate the cancer the cancer indicators those are coming down taping for jeopardy's now on a break for the summer for jeopardy. Finol James halts sour travek. Says he has no weaknesses for what
Robin Roberts, Alex Trebek And America discussed on On The Edge With Thayrone
"Alex trebek's opens up about the effects of cancer treatment in his first live interview since revealing his stage, four pancreatic cancer diagnosis jeopardy host Alex trebek's. Updated fans on his health telling good Morning, America's Robin Roberts. He's been plagued with surges of deep deep sadness from chemotherapy treatments, chemo affects people in different ways. And people have to understand that. And there's nothing wrong with saying, hey, I'm really depressed today. And I have no idea why seventy eight year old reports is on colleges says he is doing well. Adding folks sharing advice and prayers is making a difference in his
Biden's support with working class Americans
"Joe and Jill Biden or sitting down with Robin Roberts on GM this morning day after Biden held his first presidential campaign rally in Pittsburgh. Fresh off his first campaign rally here in Pittsburgh framing himself as the best choice for the middle class. Former vice president Joe Biden was asked by ABC's, Robin Roberts. How exactly do you bring working class voters back to the Democrats when the economy is doing so well, Biden says did you get any benefit from the tax cut have your your wages, really gone up? Deserved your employers, treat, you any more respected than did before says he plans to rebuild the middle class in support labor
"robin robert" Discussed on Oprahâ€™s Master Class: The Podcast
"Last. Wow. You can have happy sorrow or sad sorrow. My Mamma taught me this after my dad died her husband of more than fifty five years. And why people like happy sorrow? What do you mean? Happy sarah. Well, I think my mom now. I think of the pleasant memories. I think of this the happy times I still hurt like everybody else when they lose someone. That's so close to them. But I choose because my mother into honor my mother as she said to have happy sorrow and not sad sorrow and to try and continue her legacy as she continued a legacy of those before her my mother for an entire year wrote a dear God letter, no one knew for an entire year. She wanted dear God letter and to read her words to know what she was thinking feeling every day for that year. Wow. It's a wonderful gift. It's a wonderful gift that you give yourself when you just chronicle your own life story, and my mother realized later in life that she didn't want to be a supporting member of her own life store. She wanted to be the leading lady. And I think that's really cool. And it's something I remember. Wow. I love that be the leading lady in your own story. Whether your story is battling cancer telling the world who you are or just holding onto a dream and working hard for it, Robin Roberts proves that. We can all define our own story. And for that, she is a master. Now, Robin was blessed to be raised by two supportive. Parents and gives them all the credit for her success. But what if you didn't come from that kind of home? Well, Robin says you two can achieve greatness in life. However it choose to define it. I'm not gonna apologize for having a great childhood. I'm very grateful. And I and I wish that everybody had one. If you didn't start the tradition in your family it has to start somewhere. So instead of hearing people who've had a wonderful childhood and very grateful for it and internalizing and saying, well, I didn't have that. And it's so difficult for me. Really? I do my heart goes out to you. Start the tradition. It's head to start. So where my family, and I'm grateful that I could continue it. But boy, what an honor it would be to start a tradition in your own family to start that tradition of love and unity, and whatever it is that you desire your. Legacy to be for those that are gonna come after you. There's this wonderful devotional streams of the desert that my family, and I have a red for generations in. It tells a story about seeing a little cocoon, and that there was a butterfly that was trying to get out of it. And somebody wanted to come along and kind of make it easier for the butterfly that Lissa. Let's let me this kind of little something in the cocoon. So being a good person. When I want to help them get their wings. They needed to beat their wings against the cocoon to get strong that sometimes we have these barriers around us that make us stronger. And I want people to understand that be a cancer MD s divorce job loss. All these things are not to make our life more difficult that we aren't the greater being doesn't do. That to keep us down. But rather so we can fly like the butterfly. And so in this wonderful cocoon don't try and help or be helped out of it know that it's there for a purpose and a reason to make a stronger to keep beating those wings until you're ready to fly. I'm Oprah Winfrey. And you've been listening to masterclass the podcast. You can follow masterclass on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook, if you haven't already go to apple podcasts and subscribe rate and review this podcast. Join me next week for another masterclass podcast all your favorite hits shows are available now with the tap of a finger. Download the watch on every week stream new episodes of the show z love, including classic owned series. Plus what you want when you want wherever you want. We have the power watch now on the wacho nap.
"robin robert" Discussed on Oprahâ€™s Master Class: The Podcast
"Robin Roberts was living her dream when she got the devastating news. She had breast cancer. She beat that. And then another life threatening illness followed this time, she battled for months, again, not knowing what the outcome would be this chapter of her life could have very easily been the end of her story. But it wasn't she survived and is now back on the air going strong doing what she loves prior to her health crisis. It appeared that career-wise everything came relatively easy for Robin. Her big time job at ESPN led to a co hosting position alongside Diane Sawyer and Charlie Gibson at good Morning, America. But in reality her overnight success was years in the making. Everybody has a story. And there's something to be learned from every experience. Use your life as a class. This is masterclass with Robin Roberts when someone asked me, Robin. What's the secret to your success? I tell him being the daughter of Lawrence and Lucy Marion Roberts. They are the two most influential people that I will ever meet my mother and father that a time when blacks in this country had very little rights. My father would saying I'm gonna fly one day, and he went on to be part of the fame. Tuskegee airman. My mother grew up in immense poverty in Akron, Ohio. And she received a one hundred dollars scholarship went to Howard University. She was appointed by the governor to be in our state of Mississippi to do various things this woman, was brilliant. But they never stood on a on a soapbox and said, I am the first black man to do this on the first black woman that ever did. They did that it was their their share example that inspired their children. It's amazing. When I think of what my mother and father both achieved, and they are my role models. They are the true trailblazers. For me, my mom and dad, my father was in the air force and in nineteen sixty eight he was stationed in Izmir Turkey and the great thing about both my mother and father. We're gonna live abroad, why live on a military base. That's completely American. So we lived in town. We got an apartment had Turkey. Neighbors had the learn the bear itchy Durst bash alter yeti seconds don't was on. I think that's one through ten and Turkish if my memory serves me correctly, but it was wonderful. It was an adventure. The GNC was our backyard, and we would instead of going back to the US during the holidays, we would travel Europe. Remember, we were in London for the fourth of July. It's about five years old. And I didn't understand why they weren't celebrating the fourth of July in London England the innocence of that time, and I'm very grateful that my parents is exposed us to to the world. And then we moved a to Mississippi and August of nineteen sixty nine we moved to pass Christianne. It's affectionally called the pass everyone there. They could not have been more welcoming and accepting. It's really funny because when you're on national television, it's like being a military brat. Everybody takes. Ownership of you. But you really don't have a home because you're in homes all across the country. And that's why the pass is so important to me because that's my anchor. That's home. That's when people come up it's not necessarily because I'm on television. Or what it's like, you're Larry losing Marion's daughter. Oh, my. Oh, my they straight. Yeah. Sorry, mom and dad has said that but damn straight. I had just been named co-anchor would Diana and Charlie on good Morning, America. Hurricane Katrina comes along. My family is there on the Gulf Coast and Mississippi I'm sent the day of the storm that night, I blows contact with my family. I'm sent down we were able to land in Lafayette, Louisiana. And then that's as close as we could get in after the storm. And then we drove all night to the Mississippi Gulf Coast all the while. I had no idea about my family because the phone lines were down. We're driving through the night. We make it to the Gulf Coast where a had grown up. I know what's supposed to be there. And I know what's not there anymore because of the storm the funny part is that ABC thought they were sending me down there to report I was down to my mama, and my sister and my nieces we're about to go on the air. I tell my producer. I said you set up you set up for the live shot. I'm gonna go and try and fight. And my mom, and there was a police officer that was with us. So you set up if I can get back in time to go on air. I'll do it. But if not I'm sorry, we're able to find the house the neighborhood was just terrible. But the house was standing there was some roof damage police officers with me, and he has who knows big police lights we knock on the door. I hear my sister. Like who's it'll Mike? It's me. It's me. It's Robin opens the door because she has it big light. She's like, no not like like, I would send the camera, but that's my family. Like, I would send a camera that moment. Dorothy, not knowing what's going to happen. And I hear this faint voice in the back of the house Rodman. His mom, and I go running back there and she's fine. And she's just sitting there. And she goes I knew you'd find me. And I said, I'm glad you find mum and there was damage to the house and. I wanted to stay there. And my mom was like, no go and do your story. Let people know be our voice. Let people know how bad it is here. I made it back to the live shot with just like ten minutes to spare. So I think I'm okay, I'm like, you know, getting all right? Got it. All right. And I report on the destruction and everything just just the facts, ma'am, being the anchor. And then at the end of the report, Charlie Gibson on never forget this wearing my IFP a little earpiece. So I can hear back in my ear Charlie said, and I just looked in the camera and started crying. There's no crying in network television. But I'm crying because two reasons one I knew that there are a lot of people tuning in that morning who didn't know if their loved ones were okay. I knew what that felt like because that had been me just hours before not knowing about my family. So I knew what they were thinking in. There was also part of me that was like I have just gotten myself heard you do not show emotion. And my goodness. Just the opposite happen people were drawn to the fact that I could just. Be real and to to share the pain that I was feeling at that time. And it just again taught me that the type of journalists that I am and what people relate to is just being able to share my journey. I love sports. But when we moved to Mississippi only thing they let me let a little eight year old girl do with bowl. So what I bowled and loved it wanted to be a pro bowler would watch it on ABC. I went onto his state bowling champion. I can still remember the local headline petite Caglar win state title. I think it was about twelve years old. Hello pigtails. And all because that's all they would let me play. They didn't have other sports available to to little girls. And then once title nine came along it allowed me to have a college scholarship. It allowed me to play sports the way it just created that opportunity for girls a back in the nineteen seventy. That's has stayed with me. And I often say I'm the proud product of title nine, and it's not because I went on to be a sports journalist. I would have said that had gone into education law medicine. I know because I played sports growing up. I would have been the best dog on doctor lawyer you fill in the blank because of those skills for generations men have been exposed to that have helped him go on to be successful in life. It really helped me understand winning and losing. And so when I would apply for jobs, and I didn't get a job that I wanted. I didn't panic as much as someone who didn't play sports because they would think that was to be all end all that. That was the end of the end of the game. I kind of knew that you could still go on and be victorious. But it's those intangibles all those wonderful qualities that come through playing athletics. Stay with you. And it's something that I know without a shadow of a doubt has has shaped the success. That others feel that I have achieved I about five ten wasn't not so tall now. But when you're the eighth grade and five ten pretty tall. And you don't have to worry about getting the proper position you pretty much like, okay? That's that's my rebound. Just keep going a little groggy. I got this. I got this get the high school. You. I'm still tallest one of my team. And so I have to play the center position, but go on to college. No one wanted to five ten post players. So I had to learn a different position. I had to learn how to shoot from the outside. I had put myself in position for some good things to happen. If you position yourself the right way. You don't have to be the tallest fastest biggest. And I was thankfully able to translate that to the real world going. Oh, okay. I'm not the prettiest. I'm not the most this. I'm not the most that. But you know, if I keep working I keep positioning myself, some good things are going to happen. And thankfully, that was the case more of our conversation in just a moment. Support for this episode comes from Thomas English muffins. What does the perfect morning consistent for you flipping through your favorite magazine before getting out of bed setting a new personal best on your morning run? Or maybe waking up on the beach to a beautiful sunrise. More importantly, what kind of Thomas English Muffin breakfast? Would you have obviously it'd be perfectly toasted with crispy edges and a soft warm center. But would you choose the savory light multi grain option topped with butter or would you opt for a cinnamon raisin English Muffin drizzled with Honey or jam? Of course, nothing beats the original nooks and crannies English Muffin decisions decisions. Delicious decisions Thomas's. Wake up to what's possible. Okay. Let's let's be honest here. I wanted to be a professional athlete. I said I put it out there. I wanted. That's what I wanted to do. But there is something called wait a minute. I remember ability that you must have I do that. For me to be a professional athlete was to
Jesse Waters, Gail Kane And Gayle King discussed on Markley and Van Camp
"You're not the only one that may have made a little mistake getting confused of who was interviewing bar Kelly. That was my fault, and you pointed out, by the way, you rolled right through it. Like, the pro you are, sir. Gayle king. Well, you said Robin Roberts. I'm like, no. This is Gail Kane. I know I know that sort of thing it's on me. It's a boot. Jesse waters not Jesse Jesse waters on Fox News. The it got confused as well. I agree totally redeeming herself. After the small at fiasco. That was not guilty. I
Chicago police want to speak to Jussie Smollett again
"Chicago police want to talk urgently with empire's star jussie Similan this after two brothers agreed to cooperate with police. There have been Allah Gatien's that you may have been paid to stage. The attack smell ad says allegations that he orchestrated a hoax and wasn't actually attacked are devastating to him. Then brothers now said to be cooperating with police after being confronted with evidence. They bought the rope found around smell lattes neck authorities confirming they had a previous relationship with me. I don't have any doubt in my mind that. That's there. Never did this Dr telling our Robin Roberts. He was sure men and not shadowy video were his
Jussie Smollett says he's 'pissed off' in first interview: 'It's the attackers, but it's also the attacks'
"Won't match empire. Actor jussie smollet is giving his first interview to good Morning America since his attack in Chicago last month. He sat down with Robin Roberts and shared his frustration about people doubting his story pissed off. What is it that has you? So angry. Is it the the attackers? But it's also the attacks psych, I it was a thing of like, listen, if I told the truth. Then that's it is truth. Then it became thing. How can you doubt? That like how do you? How do you not believe that? You can see more of his emotional interview. Tomorrow on
Caitlyn Jenner Wants to Play a Marvel Villain
"Every morning Country game question of Wichita with pinky and Boehner you're on with Johnny Depp used to do that show Yeah great cooking segments you can. Just have them do one interview with one person and just have everyone else use clips of that interview. Then I want to do that Wait a minute so, you try to tell me if you put, him, on with Robin Roberts on GMA that and, he, said, something. That, makes news. That every. Newscast. In the country. Isn't, gonna use a, clip of that and also say well Johnny Depp was out promoting his new movie blah blah blah yeah of course. They are okay here's an example They will do, it, but, Robin. Roberts, is now. Going to. Skew. It towards her Her agenda you can't just do one interview, it's like right now Howard Stern will. Get people on for. An hour or so Brad Pitt goes on with Robin Roberts he's got five minutes if Howard Stern he gets one hour. Is, he gonna have to, talk about other things that he probably doesn't want to yeah but for good. Forty five minutes of that hour and I've done a. Show four or five times. You. Get to talk about what you wanna talk about. You can control the dialup Johnny Depp does not wanna. Talk about punching that guy he does not, want to talk about, why he's bro so. He goes to talk about the movie. Save programs that yes and I get that and that's why people are getting divorced they don't wanna do red carpets because they. Know that they're going to get. Is. It's it's a whole Hollywood sort of ring and that's the. Way it's done EKG I'm gonna, go. Get, one of those, after the show today Caitlyn Jenner wants to. Play marvel villain oh in. This week special variety issue on? Transgender Hollywood Caitlyn Jenner, I want to name her what would you would she be It wouldn't be a villain on Like on JAMES. BOND I'm thinking of one. Away JAMES BOND had a trans JAMES BOND Barbara broccoli Bravo. And cubby. Broccoli, data trans sexy woman in one thousand nine hundred seventy four I believe yeah it was a, man, who used to be. A woman and nobody. Knew what it, was. Like oh it's a bond girl she's totally hot. Man y'all. Got duped boom so like they're, aware head of their time, nowadays. It'll be she wants to be a villain and. That's, a little okay fine? But she doesn't want to be a bond girl okay didn't? The transgender. Thing isn't she a little old to. Be. Playing a villain movie no villains I just watched deadpool. Two last night fantastic. And Josh Brolin's fifty something. And he was the villain You got how old is Caitlin Sixty-nine I think is that? Too old to play a villain That's the name the villain's name is sixty nine Electro sixty-nine yes yes yes Wrap it. Up. It's, done I think you. Can have. An older villain nobody cares. Faye Dunaway was. The, villain, supergirl remember that well listen think about the last bond that I saw Leo terell and it was the guy. Married to the hot, Spanish they're both. From Spain and he was he was he was he was ugly jacked up face and, he took his. Jaw out heavier bar them it's like fifty, is married to hot one but Caitlin always wants. To be, glam doubt though I'll. Please you're acting you gotta you gotta ugly. Yourself up for a row look at look, at Charlene's on in Halle Berry. Steve Edwards for his role here's a story that neither one of us have to worry about and, positive people are. Universally hated A study conducted you I think I am positive but go ahead showed that, highly cooperative and. Generous people can attract hatred and social placement, especially in competitive environments dear this manifestation of tall. Poppy syndrome, comes about especially when. We syndrome think about the dreaded office optimists. Are making us look bad the report concluded, study published recently in the psychological. Science magazine found that cooperative behavior attracted punishment most often in groups whose members compete with one another This was even the. Case when punishing or going after the do-gooder. Lessen the benefits for the entire group including the punisher or this is, human nature are, these psychology professor I don't care what study said always. I always try to be, positive in a situation even though something sock and sometimes you're going through a bad time, just try to be. Grateful try to be I know it sucks I, know trust me I've had two divorces I found a birth family I I can. Tell you have come on this study is one hundred and ten percent accurate k. the nicest. Person the nicest person I know and I don't know Well thank you well. We've worked together for years. I think you could say the embarrassing receptionist. At my dentist's office okay ways syrupy sweet okay that's too much I'm, not syrupy sweet, but she really genuinely a syrupy Too much for me and so they tell you look sake come. Across as a little disingenuous okay so this. Is the news that she's got a break to, you first of. All. You, got the. Root, canal and she's got a. Schedule the appointment and having her be so nice just ask insult. To. Injury how. They're. Smart. They hired somebody. Sugary sweet to tell, your cavity cavities are Jackie yeah Yeah and then she tells. You how much it cost oh so she breaks, bad news to. You And she doesn't show with? This. Cheshire cat smile on her face the goes from. Year, to year but did you like her Not, after she told me. I needed a root canal k. wanted, to slap her in the face I. Can't but generally speaking she she got a lovely she's a. Lovely person of the problem Why, do you think I was a hostess till they found out my true colors and I couldn't lie. To people, host is is, with, the most you see. People smoking not smoking joking come on Atala joke They hire the people that have a personality. That get, and I I like people I can get along, with you but you gotta at some point and, I listen I don't know who that person would be in. This joint who do you think is the happiest person here who walks around smiling, like there whistling Dixie out of. Their assets Well. This is AM radio. This is the complaint department alive listen I didn't know am radio I joined. Here I talked to people on the FM side I talked to her I love it I love. It and I remember Saint people, saying oh my God what are you doing in the. FM status, I don't know talking everybody people are nice Rhonda, Kramer is nice this is the information that she, conveys is not always as nice as her that's her peeling. Out getting away from us right now by the way that sound in the nice, when I tell you four hours So you're basically the receptionist.
David Spade Recalls Kate Spade's Beautiful Spirit One Month After Her Death
"Pain morphine and codeine in a system along with heroin and alcohol. And of course, his mother, says I still can't pick up, the pieces my world totally stopped and I'm a different person than I was before yeah as. Any, parent who's lost a child can attest absolutely and I I the thing I will I the thing I want to honor. About her talking about this, is I think to Bradley's point it is an important piece of information that. People need to have totally is, both you know, people who have struggled with. Addiction but also people who are working closely and and prescribing to people. Who have struggled with addiction yeah that needs to be an open dialogue should be asking questions Absolutely everybody ruined yeah How do you? Feel about using this is this something you're comfortable with, and then following along if if and when they do decide to, take to, take, it you know, again for all people, this is not a it's it's nothing to be taken lately is the bottom line thankful to her for talking openly and honestly about that because I, think it's going to I think adding voice to that is. Going to be helpful David Spade was on, good Morning America today and he did he's. Doing a press tour he's talking about his new net flicks movie father of the. Year and his book and he was asked at the end of his interview by Robin Roberts how his family is coping with the tragedy of losing. His sister-in-law Cates, base and he said it's very sweet that everyone came out of the woodwork saying that she. Really made an impact and then he talked about so many of the women that he's, dated over the, years loved and admired Kate Spade said that they would always buy new wardrobe. Before. They met. Kate Oh my God There was just so much adoration. For Kate Spade he told that story very briefly and then got, very, emotional saying essentially he, will start bawling Sweat is. Awfully sad yeah sweet sweet you're right, but can you imagine I mean if gates but, if you're like dating Kate Spade she's in the? Family of course they're going to be like I. Can't just carry around and then you decide should I wear Kate, Spade, or should I not Is that. Like singing artists thong auditioning for, them on, the voice or something happening awkward duchess, Meghan is excited to. Show Prince Harry everything she loves during, a USO tour so they are planning to come, to the United States isn't that exciting tripping victims No they won't be but Megan will be introducing. Harry to everything he she loves about, the US I think that will be good for her. She's going to do some summer traveling here to see friends and family on her own and then be able to do an official Royal tour in the spring you gotta stay connected to your roots just think, about how different her life as it's crazy and the other story from people magazine is that she's trying to navigate that role and she's learning the ups and. Downs sources saying she has quickly adopted too many of the minutia of Royal do's. And don'ts but, she is found certain rules in the Royal household difficult, to understand like the fact that the Queen prefers women in dresses or. Skirts rather than. Trouser suits and she's often asking Harry why things have. To be done in a certain way they source saying. I. Think. She, finds it, a, little frustrating at times but. This is her new life and she has to deal with it that's fair enough? We find things about Royal protocol to be very confusing. We're not part of the Royal, family were just America exactly exactly well Elizabeth Ries yes. You.
Commentary: Can President Donald Trump pardon himself? Yes
"The all the reporters laughing bill maher show when ann ann coulter said it was going to be trump and they all laughed at her and they were hysterical there's one on good morning america to stephanopoulos and robin roberts all dr drew donald trump president how crazy who's laughing now george and i wonder i mean you know again the the distraction does your can the president pardon himself if somehow robert muller comes up with something about trump's business dealings i don't know russia hotel and rudy giuliani the president's lead lawyer right now in this matter was asked that very clearly do you in the presence tourneys believe the president has the power to pardon himself he he's not but he probably does he has no intention of pardoning himself but he probably doesn't say you can't i mean that is another issue really interesting constitutional law can the president pardoned himself run the pardon attorney would be an open question i think it would probably get answered by gosh that's what the constitution says and if you want to change it changes but yeah all right let's go i'll ask you as we kick things off for a.
Milwaukee Bucks' Sterling Brown says he felt 'defenseless' during arrest
"At noon i'm darrell moody milwaukee bucks player sterling brown speaking out after police released video showing him being shocked with tasers arrested back in january the confrontation began after an officer question brown about parking and a handicapped zone at a walgreens he spoke with abc's robin roberts in an exclusive interview we can do is just keep fighting know keep bringing attention came you know putting pressure on the police departments and offices in the mayor's and everybody to charter may maintain round says he plans to take legal action the national memorial day concert honors korean war veterans and marks the fiftieth anniversary of the battle of chisun in vietnam army sergeant first class leah and hester the first woman in us history to get a silver star for valor in combat will participate in with along with well known entertainers several great actors and actresses i'll be joined by joe montana gary sinise general colin powell to name a few the concert airs at eight o'clock sunday night on pbs one of the nation's largest pop culture events is in full swing at the orange county convention center today is the second day of mega com which is expected to draw one hundred thousand people to the orlando area over the weekend started yesterday and continues through sunday features celebrity guests include jeff goldblum billy dee williams and this legendary sarasota resident whenever anyone says the word peewee herman himself paul reubens ray computer news ninety six point five wdbo he where have you been twelve forty nine here at news ninety six point five wdbo five day forecast here's our meteorologist brian shields we're tracking sub tropical storm alburto now is subtropical because the winfield's a little bit larger the winds aren't totally concentrated at the center slightly different structure either way this is going to head through the northern gulf and to make landfall most likely early monday with winds around sixty five miles per hour close to alabama the florida panhandle our forecast is right on track this is what we expect it so again we've been tracking the scattered showers and storms today tomorrow about a fifty percent chance of rain but a much higher chance on sunday and monday sunday in particular ninety percent chance of rain downpour several inches of rain and localized flooding will be a threat we'll keep you posted from channel nine eyewitness news i'm meteorologist brian shields right now we are looking at eighty five degrees in qasimi it is eightyfive and sunny at orlando's severe weather station reno grant is back safetouch security triple team traffic okay scott accidentfree on our expressways i for eastbound busiest for michigan up.
Lin-Manuel Miranda speaks out for Hurricane relief for Puerto Rico
"Spoke with linmanuel miranda about his help with recovery efforts eight months after hurricane maria a category four hurricane that left millions of citizens in despair but number of people still without power remain in the thousands and with hurricane season just days away many believe the island is tragically unprepared for any new storm related threats it's up to us to keep puerto rico in the conversation lin manuel miranda known as the force behind the broadway smash sensation hamilton has been taking matters into his own hands the award winning composer dedicating his voice and his time to his family homeland puerto rico miranda pinning almost like praying his own tribute to the islet i called every famous latino person i know and many i don't we got twenty one artists to sing on the song which has raised a lot of money for the hispanic federation and through the hispanic ration he helped raise over thirty five million dollars to aid puerto rico's recovery from the mississippi gulf coast and went through hurricanes like katrina and there's a lot of outpouring right after something happens like that but then people kind of forget about it and you want to make sure it stays at the forefront you are bringing hamilton to puerto rico i'm getting the goal with that is to is basically to raise we're trying to raise millions we'll have we'll have hundreds of ten dollar tickets available for puerto ricans on the island but we're also having super expensive tickets and with those super expensive tickets were hoping to restore arts funding to puerto rico for the next two years but if that'd be wonderful to see you back on that role alexander hamilton yeah you have to remember my lines and it's my own i'm looking forward to doing it and i'm i'm i'm really i'm hopeful that that will be ready and and hopefully hoping to raise a lot of money for puerto rico abc's robin roberts speaking with lin manuel miranda jury selection is expected to start next week in a trial involving a lawsuit accusing new york giants quarterback eli manning a memorabilia fraud sports collectors allege they pay thousands of dollars for
Lin-Manuel Miranda Speaks Out For Puerto Rico Hurricane Relief
"The start of a new hurricane season is right around the corner and so many people are still dealing with the aftermath of last year's devastating storms in places like texas florida and the virgin islands and of course puerto rico abc's robin roberts spoke with linmanuel miranda about his help with recovery efforts eight months after hurricane maria a category four hurricane that left millions of citizens in despair but number of people still without power remain in the thousands and with hurricane season just days away many believe the island is tragically unprepared for any new storm related threats it's up to us to keep puerto rico in the conversation lin manuel miranda known as the force behind the broadway smash sensation hamilton has been taking matters into his own hands the award winning composer dedicating his voice and his time to his family homeland puerto rico miranda pinning almost like praying his own tribute to the islet i called every famous latino person i know and many i don't we got twenty one artists to sing on the song which has raised a lot of money for the hispanic federation and through the hispanic ration he helped raise over thirty five million dollars to aid puerto rico's recovery from the mississippi gulf coast and went through hurricanes like katrina and there's a lot of outpouring right after something happens like that but then people kind of forget about it and you want to make sure it stays at the forefront you are bringing hamilton to puerto rico i'm getting the goal with that is to is basically to raise we're trying to.