Michelle Obama, Oprah Winfrey Challenge Men to 'Be Better'

Jesse Palmer reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
3:06 | 06/15/16

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It's time for "Pop news," guys. Start getting excited. The us women, the white house hosting a day-long summit on women's issues yesterday and the highlight of the day was U.S. First lady Michelle Obama sitting down with Oprah Winfrey to issue a challenge to men in the workplace who surround themselves with men. It's just you and a bunch of men around a table on a golf course, making deals and you allow that to happen and you're okay with that. Be better. Be better. Be better. Be better. Be better, man? Yesterday's summit. Sounds like something she said to her husband once. I have no idea what it's like to be surrounded by men at a table, just saying. Pretty unusual here, right? It is. Seriously. Fantastic summit. It featured speeches from president Barack Obama, comedian Amy Poehler and tennis legend builtly Jean king and I think her challenge to men was be a better father to your children, really try to show an example. Ow to be a good father, how to be a good man. Not good enough to come home and baby-sit. Inclusion too. Include everybody. It's good advice from Michelle Obama. We go from the United States women to a couple of high-profile dads now getting together for Facebook's first ever q&a on Facebook live and, of course, we're talking about Facebook CEO mark Zuckerberg and a surprise guest, comedian jerry seinfeld got with him as well but things got a little awkward when seinfeld seemed bored about talking about Facebook's features so he decided to turn the conversation to a more personal detail about Zuckerberg himself. Somebody told me that you're going to run 365 -- Yeah. -- Days or hours. Run 365 miles so an average of one mile a day and then the other one is to build -- That is not a challenge if yeah, I know. A mile a day. I know. Good point. By the way Zuckerberg confirmed to seinfeld the first thing he really does when he gets up in the morning obviously is check Facebook. Yeah. Good for business. By the way apparently that "Q" and "A" a got 5.1 million views so something maybe Zuckerberg might want to put in the rotation. Michael Strahan Numbers. What are you talking about? I was one of the viewers. Added to those Numbers. All right, guys, America, get set. My favorite video of the week. Finally if you got it, you've got to flaunt it. Like this well dressed driver right here. Check this out. Got a little kid in a toy car and then. This little stylish dog is a pug named pan and has 30,000 instagram viewers. It rolled up in a raiders shirt and Mercedes. I actually didn't know what I was looking at. I like how she never looks, just leave her in the dust. The kid is going he got the real car? I hope that's a remote control carment a lot of people with money out there. Amy and Lara think their dog can talk. Now he think they can drive too. There's nothing dogs can't do. That is your "Pop news." Thank you, Jesse. All right, thank you, Jesse.

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