Tony Danza on the devastation in Texas: 'We're all watching in horror'

ABC News' Adrienne Bankert talks with the TV star about why he decided to participate in Disney's Day of Giving.
2:08 | 08/31/17

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Transcript for Tony Danza on the devastation in Texas: 'We're all watching in horror'
I didn't want to interact and conferences so happy you're here. And comedians that they are being here our day of giving. Why was it important for you to comment today I know that you know we really gathered a lot of people quickly did you. He well immediately you know you're you're sitting there watching these horrible images and I have friends in Houston as well in. And then you'd think these looks and I'm doing and somebody called said well it's good oval within two it would cancel its fifth. You know I mean I think rural. Watching this and are so think about them did to me well a friend of mine who was a little bit. Less than sensitive said you'll you live in a flood plain as that of flood plain he noted would be like if we get fifty inches of rain in New York City. In and so you do feel for people and that's why. You gotta be here now and you've been obviously you're a veteran when it comes to the business have a lot of fans all over the world. And and and I'm 32 degrees you said that friends there in Houston what are they telling you on the ground having occurred their experience maybe they escaped let. You know it worries me is when in my judgment very influenced who Lou wealthy guy. Vince cook who rose of the review mind you used to play Sinatra routes as a very. And you know he's worth his house with its loss. There bulldozers. So you don't lose any you know you see local people he figured. But it's everybody uses it stretches because everybody is so devastating and immediately it's. It really is like nothing we've ever seen before a minute. Catastrophe has no prejudice if it doesn't picking Stephen it's it's affecting rich poor young adult. We've seen them at these terrible stories played on television and on social media can't help but see on your feet but what it what is your message to those who are in the Houston area. An energy sitting in that water it isn't gonna receive. You know life at a wannabes who lived in and limit be cliche. I really you know it's not my place. Acknowledges it's good to know that that in a lot of people care about them. Perfect via. Again thank you so much of it.

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