‘GMA’ Hot List: This young boy is helping veterans in a special way

Pepsi gifted 8-year-old Tyler Stallings with $25,000 for raising money and organizing “hero bags” filled with supplies to help veterans in need.
0:59 | 12/05/19

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Here's your hot lip from GMA today you had raised. 70000. Dollars. Tyler started organizing hero bags filled would vital supplies to help veterans in need. Any news iron. I could experiment and I want other people who vote. I just want to encourage people with their kids and women over the Aggies who now we're gonna make you smile at that our mission. So impressed at everything you're doing that veterans we want to get this to you because no visibility. 5000 dollars I want to call tell commands alpha alone can. Public approval and that sort of thing. Thank you Tyler you are so incredibly special and that they view of a hot list from today we'll see you in the morning on human.

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