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last time at the first debate we had millions of people, fact checking. so i expect we'll have millions more fact checking. because, you know, it is -- it is just awfully good that some one with the temperament of donald trump is not in charge of the law in our country. >> because you'd be in jail. we'll have more of last night's presidential debate in just two minutes.
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welcome back to the "overnight news." round two of the clinton-trump presidential debates turned out to be a verbal slugfest. here is more of what the candidates had to say. >> wikileaks released purported excerpts of secretary clinton's paid speeches she refused to release. one line, in particular, in which you secretary clinton purportedly say, you need both a public and private position on certain issues. so, two, from virginia asks, is it okay for politicians to be two-faced? is it acceptable for a politician to have a private stance on issues?
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something i said about abraham lincoln. after having seen the wonderful steven spielberg movie called "lincoln." it was a master class watching president lincoln get the congress to approve the 13th amendment. it was principled and it was strategic. and i was making the point that it is hard sometimes to get the congress to do what you want to do. and you have to keep working at it. and yes, president lincoln was he used some arguments. convincing other people he used other arguments. that was a great -- i thought a great display of presidential leadership. but you know, let's talk about what's really going on here, martha? because, our intelligence community just came out and said in the last few days, that the
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hacking on american accounts to influence our election. and wikileaks is part of that as are other sites where the russians hack information. we don't know if it is accurate information. and then they put it out. we have never in the history of our country been in a situation where an adversary, a foreign power, is working so hard to influence the outcome of the election. believe he they're doing it to try to influence the election for donald trump. maybe because he praised put spin, he agrees with what mr. putin, maybe he wants to do business in moscow. i don't know the reasons. but we deserve answers. we should demand that donald release all of his tax returns. so that people can see what are the entanglements and financial
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of time. >> i think i should respond, so ridiculous. look, now she is blaming, she got caught in a total lie. her papers went out to all her friend at the banks, goldman sachs, everybody else, he said things, wikileaks just came out. and, she lied. now she is blaming the lie on the late great abraham lincoln. that's one that i haven't -- honest abe, never lied. that's the good thing. that's the big difference between abraham lincoln and you. >> i want to have a tax on people who are making a million dollars. called the buffet rule. yes, warren buffett is the one who has said, somebody look him should not be paying a lower tax rate than his secretary. i want to have a surcharge on incomes above $5 million. we have to make up for lost times because i want to invest in you. i want to invest in hard working families. i think it's been unfortunate,
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have all gone to the top. and we need to reverse that. people like donald who paid zero in taxes. zero for our vets. zero for our military, zero for health and education. that is wrong. >> thank you, secretary. >> we are going to make sure nobody, no corporation, no individual, can get away with without paying fair share. >> mr. trump. the chance to respond. i want to till viewers what she is referring to. taxes were the number one issue on facebook. "the new york times" published three pages of your 1995 tax return. show you claimed a $916 million loss, you could have avoided paying personal taxes for years. you pay state tax thousands, employee taxes, real estate taxes. property taxes. you have not answered a
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avoid federal income taxes? of course i do. of course i do. so do all of her donors. most of her donors. i know many of her donors. her donors took massive tax writeoffs. a lot of my writeoff was depreciation and that hillary as a senator has allowed. she will always allow it. the people who give her all this money. they want it. i understand the tax code better than any body that has ever run for president. hillary clinton, extremely complex. hillary clinton has friend that want all of these provisions including they want the carried interest provi important to wall street people. but they really want the carried interest provision. which i believe hillary is leaving. very interesting. why she is leaving carried interest. but i will tell you that number one i pay tremendous, numbers of taxes. i absolutely used it. and so did warren buffett. so did george soros. and many of the other people that hillary is getting money from. now, i won't mention their names because they're rich. but they're not famous. we won't make them famous.
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you have avoided paying personal federal income taxes? >> i pay tax. i pay federal tax too. >> the cbs "overnight news" will be right back. if you're taking prescription medications, does your mouth often feel dry? a dry mouth can cause cavities and bad breath. over 400 medications can cause a dry mouth. that's why there's biotene. biotene can provide soothing dry mouth relief. and it keeps your mouth refreshed too. remember while your medication is doing you good, a dry mouth isn't. biotene, for people who suffer from dry mouth symptoms. ? music ?
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ricky johnson doing faces for more than 640 years. she has seen a lot of talent come and go. mo rocca has her story. >> first thing we do is take off our glasses. >> reporter: it is "sunday morning" on cbs. before our beloved host, charles osgood greets the millions of you out there. >> close your eyes, please. >> he spends time with this woman. makeup artist, ricki johnso chatting with before you go on air? >> yes. we are chatting about any number of things. >> reporter: for over 20 years, our beloved ricki has been making up charlie. i'm guessing your rapport relaxes you with her? >> absolutely. >> reporter: ricky's career with cbs long predates sunday morning. >> okay. all set. >> reporter: among the other titans --
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cronkite, good night. >> that pioneer of television news broadcasting. what was edward r. murrow like? >> he was very busy, smoking. working and writing and not sociable to me. >> reporter: after almost 65 years, yes, 65 years at work, ricki johnson is a master at reading the room. >> most of the time we talk. we, we talk about, what movie did you see? or, have you been to the theater? or how is the family? so we do chat. sometimes charlie will come in. i can tell from the look on his face that something is going on. and -- i don't say anything. give him a chance to work it out. >> i see. >> reporter: makeup may in fact be superficial. but its impact is deep. richard nixon's biggest mistake after watergate, probably his decision not to wear makeup in his presidential debate with
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sweaty and nervous. >> makeup shows up in history books when it comes to the 1960 election? >> yes. >> you made up richard nixon when? >> after he left office. i made him up twice. very gracious. certainly took makeup. >> this time. i am accepting makeup. >> absolutely. >> reporter: florence ricabono began working in tv around when an art school graduate. aspiring actress, ricki, got the nickname in college, got her start doing makeup on sid caesar's your show of shows. and, the milton berle show. >> ha-ha-ha. >> reporter: in a show like that watched by millions of people? >> yes, yes. >> did you think i've got to get this right. because the a third of the country is going to be watching this. >> no, i never really thought about it. it was my job.
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i never thought about the historical significance of it. it was just like something you did. >> and she liked doing it so much -- even after marrying and having seven children, she kept on working. >> mohammad ali. >> mohammad ali. >> next to marv albert. >> ricki keeps track of all the news makers she made over in a spiral notebook. >> i can just go anywhere randomly on m, and i put my finger down. right above margareted me. >> margareted me, lovely. >> mickey mantle. monkees, mcguire sisters. all of them. dudley moore. >> dudley moore was funny. >> did you use a booster seat? >> then the four guys from england. the ones who in 1964, played the ed sullivan show where ricki worked at the time. >> i heard all this din outside.
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saw all these young people. i tacked i talked to the doorman. he said some group from england if i said wow this looks serious. so i called home. and -- i said to my husband. i can get the children into a dress rehearsal. the children didn't want to come. so, of course, now they're very sorry about that. >> reporter: ricki knew what the pop upstarts needed to pop on tv. during that now, legendary broadcast. >> i used a little and -- >> why did you use eyeliner? >> was black and white television. they were a music group. want to see their eyes and mouth. that's what's important. i met paul mccartney. maybe, eight years ago. and i told him, who i was, he said, oce oh, used pancake make. and eyeliner. when we asked about the eyeliner. you said it will be fine. >> and it was.
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ricki has drawn close to more than a few of her colleagues here. friendships that mattered dearly after her husband jay passed away in 1999. >> i was devastated if i thought maybe i shouldn't go back to work. didn't know how i could. mike wallace came to the funeral hope. mike took me by the hands he looked me in the eyes and he said you are coming back to work. i said i don't know what i am doing. he said you are culling back to work. you know. >> really can't do this with my glasses on. >> no? >> it wouldn't be right to end this tribute without pointing out that ricki johnson, the woman who has made thousand of other people look good, looks pretty damn great herself. >> are you ever going to retire? >> i dent know. mo, i, i love what i do. i work with the top people in the industry.
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for seem people music is a great escape from every day life. steve hartman found an example of that on the road. okay. >> reporter: for more than a year, david has been mentoring 17-year-old, baset azisi, he lives 7,000 miles away in kabul, afghanistan. the kid found david on facebook and got his attention by tooting
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>> started off saying i am the best trumpet player in afghanistan because there are only two. and i was immediately taken by him. i said i have got to read the rest of what he has to say. >> reporter: what did he want? >> to get better. another reason that i wanted immediately to work with this kid. >> reporter: they worked together over the internet until baset got accepted into the prestigious interlochen, school for the arts near traverse city, michigan. the most unlikely trumpet player in america. unlikely, because in afghanistan, some hard-liners think any one playing an instrument, especially a western one should be punished. >> they don't want music, no. >> reporter: did you feel look you were risking your safety? >> in some part, yes. >> reporter: you did it anyway? >> yeah. >> reporter: you must love the instrument? >> yes, i do. >> it does really highlight the power of music in people's lives. >> reporter: today for the first time in his life, baset says he
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a liberation that he owes almost entirely to a man he never met. david not only mentored baset but helped raise $30,000 to pay for his schooling. where would your life beef without him? >> i don't know. he did a lot. >> reporter: last month. david flew in to meet baset. face to face. baset struggled for the words. but the two he finally did come up with were more than ample. lastly, as for the future. baset says he in the sure all this will lead. regardless, he says no matter what he does, he will give back. and no matter where he lives, he will not be silenced. >> that's good! >> reporter: steve hartman on the road in traverse city, michigan. that's the "overnight news" for this monday. for some of you, the news continues. for others, check back with us a little while later. for the morning news and "cbs this morning." from the broadcast center here in new york city, i'm reena
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this is the cbs "overnight news." welcome to the "overnight news," i'm reena nina, the presidential candidates returned to the campaign trail after wrapping up one of the most highly anticipated debates in mode h hillary clinton and donald trump faced revelations last week that may have doomed them in any other campaign year. for clinton release of transcripts of private speeches she gave to wall street heavy weights. clinton refuse ford months to release them herself. they show her favoring free trade and open boarders. and admitting that she says one thing behind closed doors and another to the public. but all that was drowned out by the vulgar tape of donald trump. >> hello, how are you?
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celebrity he can grope and kiss whomever he wants. a lot of republicans have called for him to drop out of the race. >> for the record though, are you saying what you said on the bus 11 years ago, you did not actually kiss women without consent or grope women without consent. >> i have great respect for women. nobody has more respect for women than i do. >> for the record you are saying -- >> i said things frankly you hear the things i said. >> have you ever done those things? >> i will tell you, no i have not. i will tell you, i am going to make our country safe. we are going to have borders in our country that we don't have now. people are pouring into our country. they're coming in from the middle east and other places. we are going to make america safe again and great again. make america safe again. we are going to make america wealthy again. if you don't do that, it just, it sounds harsh to say, but we have to build up the wealth of
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>> thank you, mr. trump. >> other nations are taking our jobs. >> thank you, mr. trump. >> secretary clinton, do you want to respond? >> well, like everyone else, i have spent a lot of time thinking over the last 48 hours. about what we heard and saw. you know, with prior republican nominees for president, i disagreed with them on politics, policies, principles but i never questioned their fitness to serve. donald trump is different. i president and commander-in-chief. and many republicans and independents have said the same thing. what we all saw and heard on friday was donald talking about women. what he things about women. what he does to women.
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but it is clear to an one who heard it, that it represents exactly who he is. >> that was locker room talk. i am not proud of it. i am a person who has great respect for people, for my family, for the people of this country. and certainly i'm not proud of it. but that was something that -- happened, if you look at bill word and his was action. his was what he has done to women. there has never been any body in the history of pom ticks in this nation that has been so abusive to women you. can say any way you want to say it. but bill clinton was abusive to women. hillary clinton attacked those same women. and, attacked them viciously. four of them are here tonight. one of the women, who is a wonderful woman, at 12 years
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her client, she represented got him off. she is seen laughing on two separate occasions laughing at girl who was raped. kathy shelton that young woman is here with us tonight. don't tell me about words. i am absolutely, i apologize for those words. but it is things that people say, but what president clinton did, he was impeached. he lost his license to practice law. he had to pay an $850,000 fine to one of the women. paula jones who is also hear tonight. and i will tell you that, when hillary brings up the point like that, and she talks about, words that i said 11 years ago. i think it's disgraceful. i think she should be ashamed of herself if you want to know the truth. >> can we please hold the applause. secretary clinton you have two
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>> well, first, let me start by saying -- that so much of what he just said is not right. but he gets to run his campaign any way he chooses. he gets to decide what he wants to talk about. instead of answering people's questions, talking about our agenda, laying out the plans that we have, that we think can make a better life and a better country, that's his choice. when i hear something liket, i am reminded of what my friend michelle obama advised us all. when they go low, you go high. and look, if this were just about one video, maybe what he is saying tonight would be understandable. but everyone can draw their own conclusions at this point about whether or not the man in the video or the man on the stage respects women.
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instruct my attorney general to get a special prosecutor to look into your situation. because there has never been so many lies, so much deception, there has never been any like it. and we are going to have a special prosecutor. when i speak, i go out and speak, the people of this country are furious. in my opinion, the people that are, long time workers at the fbi are furious. look this, e-mails you get a subpoena. after getting the subpoena, you delete 33,000 e-mails. >> everything he just said is absolutely false. >> oh really. >> the audience needs to calm down here. >> told people it would be impossible to be fact checking donald all the time. i would never get to talk about anything i want to do and how we are going to really make lives
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hillaryclinton.com, we have literally trump. you can fact check him. fact check him in real time. last time at the first debate we had millions of people, fact checking. so i expect we'll have millions more fact checking. because, you know, it is -- it is just awfully good that some one with the temperament of donald trump is not in charge of the law in our country. >> because you'd be in jail. we'll have more of last night's presidential debate in just two minutes. you are watching the cbs
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welcome back to the "overnight news." round two of the clinton-trump presidential debates turned out to be a verbal slugfest. here is more of what the candidates had to say. >> wikileaks released purported excerpts of secretary clinton's paid speeches she refused to release. one line in which you secretary clinton purportedly sa y need both a public and private position on certain issues. so, two, from virginia asks, is it okay for politicians to be two-faced? is it acceptable for a politician to have a private stance on issues. secretary clinton. your two minutes.
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something i said about abraham lincoln. after having seen the wonderful steven spielberg movie called "lincoln." it was a master class watching president lincoln get the congress to approve the 13th amendment. it was principled and it was st and i was making the point that it is hard sometimes to get the congress to do what you want to do. and you have to keep working at it. and yes, president lincoln was trying to convince some people he used some arguments. convincing other people he used other arguments. that was a great -- i thought a great display of presidential leadership. but you know, let's talk about what's really going on here,
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community just came out and said in the last few days, that the kremlin, meaning putin and the russian government, are directing the attacks, the hacking on american accounts to influence our election. and wikileaks is part of that as are other sites where the russians hack information. we don't know if it is accurate information. and then they put it out. we have never in the history of our country been in a situation where an adversary, a foreign power, is working so hard to influence the outcome of the election. believe me they're not doing it to get me elected. they're doing it to try to influence the election for donald trump. maybe because he praised put spin, he agrees with what mr. putin, maybe he wants to do business in moscow. i don't know the reasons. but we deserve answers.
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the entanglements and financial relationships. >> we are going to get to that later. secretary clinton, you are out of time. >> i think i should respond, so ridiculous. look, now she is blaming, she got caught in a total lie. her papers went out to all her friend at the banks, goldman sachs, everybody else, he said things, wikileaks just came out. and, she lied. now she is blaming the lie on the late great abraham lincoln. that's one that i haven't -- okay. honest abe, never lied. th that's the big difference between abraham lincoln and you. >> i want to have a tax on people who are making a million dollars. called the buffet rule. yes, warren buffett is the one who has said, somebody look him should not be paying a lower tax rate than his secretary. i want to have a surcharge on incomes above $5 million. we have to make up for lost times because i want to invest
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families. i think it's been unfortunate, but, it's happened, that since the great recession, the gains have all gone to the top. and we need to reverse that. people like donald who paid zero in taxes. zero for our vets. zero for our military, zero for health and education. that is wrong. >> thank you, secretary. >> we are going to make sure nobody, no corporation, no individual, can get away with without paying fair share. >> mr. trump. the chance to respond. i want to till viewers what she is rri taxes were the number one issue on facebook. "the new york times" published three pages of your 1995 tax return. show you claimed a $916 million loss, you could have avoided paying personal taxes for years. you pay state tax thousands, employee taxes, real estate taxes. property taxes. you have not answered a question. did you use the $916 million to avoid federal income taxes?
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of course i do. so do all of her donors. most of her donors. i know many of her donors. her donors took massive tax writeoffs. a lot of my writeoff was depreciation and that hillary the senator allowed. she will allow it. the people who give her all this money. they want it. i understand the tax code better than any body that has ever run for president. hillary clinton, extremely complex. hillary clinton has friend that including they want the carried interest provision which is very important to wall street people. but they really want the carried interest provision. which i believe hillary is leaving. very interesting. why she is leaving carried interest. but i will tell you that number one i pay tremendous, numbers of taxes. i absolutely used it. and so did warren buffett. so did george soros. and many of the other people
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names, buzz they're rich. but they're not famous. we won't make them famous. >> can you same how many years you have avoided paying personal federal income taxes? >> i pay tax. i pay federal tax too. >> the cbs "overnight news" will be right back. ?living well? rise above joint discomfort with move free ultra's triple action joint support for improved mobility and flexibility, and 20% better comfort from one tiny, mighty pill...
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that includes one young girl sending out pleas for help on the internet. elizabeth palmer reports. >> good morning from aleppo. we are still alive. >> reporter: that's a small victory message from bana after a heavy night of bombing in eastern aleppo. since the 24th of september, she has been sending out microreports on twitter of a life in a city under attack. here its another one. a video an wincing as bombs explode. the family with their three children live inside opposition controlled aleppo. we managed to get in touch with bana and her mother fatimah on skype. there you are. let's see your mom. >> this is my friend hamed. here. >> reporter: turned out the internet wasn't good enough for a stable video link.
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do you stay underground? >> no. we just go to the basement, because it's not safe here in our home. >> reporter: but there is lots of proof that the basement isn't safe either. collapsed buildings like this one dot eastern aleppo. everyone, even kids knows what happens to people trapped inside. what do you tell the children? >> i tell them to be strong. there is not happen to you. our god with us. you are our heroes hand i hugging them. >> reporter: still, bana's twitter plea gets more urgent with each passing day. please, assad and putin, she
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extraordinary starts here. new k-y intense. a stimulating gel that takes her pleasure to new heights. k-y intense. police in tennessee have an expensive new weapon in their quest to crack down on distracted drivers. kris van cleave takes us along for a ride. >> reporter: this is not your average patrol car driving interstate 40 in memphis. from up here in the semicab, it's easy for ten tee highway patrol to spot texting drivers like brandy hayes. >> white pickup on my right. >> reporter: lieutenant cary hopkins radios to pull her over. >> reporter: do you text and drive?
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about it before you text next time? >> definitely. >> reporter: nationwide in 2015, 3,500 people were killed. up 9% from the year before. in tennessee distracked driving crashes could surpass last year when 116 people died and more than 6,000 injured. tennessee highway patrol captain, jimmy johnson. >> often when you see an accident now, you don't see any brake marks? >> correct. >> what does that tell you? >> that's telling us that they're manipulating that device prior to that crash and never have a chance to avoid the crash before impact. >> reporter: they weren't looking at the road? >> they weren't looking at the road. weren't paying attention to the road. >> reporter: 46 states have laws against texting. cops say it can be hard to enforce. people know they shouldn't be texting while they're driving they're sneaky about it aren't they?
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it is even more dangerous because they're taking their eyes complete leap off the road. >> reporter: that's forcing officers to get creative. >> texting. >> reporter: police in san bernardino, california pose as panhandlers with signs warning drivers they're looking for violators. many miss the message and got ticketed. in moscow, idaho they use a yellow school bus. these canadian cops can spot techers a mile away with a telescope lens. >> i saw you looking at your phone. >> reporter: in massachusetts, police saw a 360% jump in rear-end crashes. they're using cops on bikes. chief victor flarety. >> a message sent the old-fashioned way with a handwritten ticket. >> you have to pay over $100. so don't look at your phone! >> national safety council estimates cell phone use accounts for one in four of all u.s., kras. it takes three to four seconds
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for some people music is a great escape from every day life. steve hartman found an example of that on the road. ? ? >> reporter: the philadelphia orchestra boasts one of the best trumpet players in the country. though he played on stage for thousand. his most impressive performance happens here in his own basen't for an audience of one. >> okay. >> for more than a year, david has been mentoring 17-year-old basset azisi, lives 7,000 miles away in kabul, afghanistan. the kid found david on facebook. got his attention by tooting his
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>> started off saying i am the best trumpet player in afghanistan because there are only two. and i was immediately taken by him. i said i have got to read the rest of what he has to say. >> reporter: what did he want? >> to get better. another reason that i wanted immediately to work with this kid. >> reporter: they worked together over the internet until baset got accepted into near traverse city, michigan. the most unlikely trumpet player in america. unlikely, because in afghanistan, some hard-liners think any one playing an instrument, especially a western one should be punished. >> they don't want music, no. >> reporter: did you feel look you were risking your safety? >> in some part, yes. >> reporter: you did it anyway? >> yeah. >> reporter: you must love the
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>> it does really highlight the power of music in people's lives. >> reporter: today for the first time in his life, baset says he can carry his trumpet in public. a liberation that he owes almost entirely to a man he never met. david not only mentored baset but helped raise $30,000 to pay for his schooling. where would your life beef without him? >> i don't know. he did a lot. >> reporter: last month. david flew in to meet baset. face to face. baset struggled for the words. but the two he finally did come up with were more than ample. thank you. lastly, as for the future. baset says he in the sure all this will lead. regardless, he says no matter what he does, he will give back. and no matter where he lives, he will not be silenced. >> that's good! >> reporter: steve hartman on the road in traverse city, michigan. that's the "overnight news" for this monday. for some of you, the news continues. for others, check back with us a little while later. for the morning news and "cbs this morning." from the broadcast center here
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this is the cbs "overnight news." welcome to the "overnight news," i'm reena nina, the presidential candidates returned to the campaign trail after wrapping up one of the most highly anticipated debates in modern history. hillary clinton and donald trump faced revelations last week that may have doomed them in any other campaign year. for clinton release of transcripts of private speeches she gave to wall street heavy weights. clinton retoed for months to release them herself. they show her favoring free trade and open borders.
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another to the public. but all that was drowned out by the vulgar tape of donald trump. >> hello, how are you? >> in it he jokes he is such a celebrity he can grope and kiss whomever he wants. a lot of republicans have called for him to drop out of the race. here's some of the debate. >> for the record though, are you saying what you said on the bus 11 years ago, you did not actually kiss women without consent or grope women without consent. >> i have great respect for women. nobody has more respect for women than i do. >> for the record you are saying -- you never did that? >> i said things frankly you hear the things i said. i was embarrassed by it. i have tremendous -- respect for women. things? >> i will tell you, no i have not. i will tell you, i am going to make our country safe. we are going to have borders in our country that we don't have now. people are pouring into our country. and they're coming in from the middle east and other places. we are going to make america safe, and great again. make america safe again. we are going to make america wealthy again. if you don't do that, it just,
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have to build up the wealth of our nation. >> thank you, mr. trump. >> other nations are taking our jobs. >> thank you, mr. trump. >> secretary clinton, do you want to respond? >> well, like everyone else, i have spent a lot of time thinking over the last 48 hours. about what we heard and saw. you know, with prior republican nominees for president, i disagreed with them on politics, policies, principles but i never questioned their fitness to serve. donald trump is different. i said starting back in june that he was not fit to be president and commander-in-chief. and many republicans and independents have said the same thing. what we all saw and heard on friday was donald talking about women. what he things about women. what he does to women.
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doesn't represent who he is. but it is clear to an one who heard it, that it represents exactly who he is. >> that was locker room talk. i am not proud of it. i am a person who has great respect for people, for my family, for the people of this country. and certainly i'm not proud of it. but that was something that -- happened, if you look at bill word and his was action. his was what he has done to women. there has never been any body in the history of pom ticks in this nation that has been so abusive to women you. can say any way you want to say it. but bill clinton was abusive to women. hillary clinton attacked those same women. and, attacked them viciously. four of them are here tonight. one of the women, who is a wonderful woman, at 12 years old, was raped at 12. her client, she represented got
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she is seen laughing on two separate occasions laughing at girl who was raped. kathy shelton that young woman is here with us tonight. don't tell me about words. i am absolutely, i apologize for those words. but it is things that people say, but what president clinton did, he was impeached. he lost his license to practice law. he had to pay an $850,000 fine to one of the women. paula jones who is also hear tonight. and i will tell you that, when hillary brings up the point like that, and she talks about, words that i said 11 years ago. i think it's disgraceful. i think she should be ashamed of herself if you want to know the truth.
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secretary clinton you have two minutes. >> well, first, let me start by saying -- that so much of what he just said is not right. but he gets to run his campaign any way he chooses. he gets to decide what he wants to talk about. instead of answering people's questions, talking about our agenda, laying out the plans that we have, that we think can make a better life and a better country, that's his choice. when i hear something like that, i am reminded of what my friend michelba when they go low, you go high. and look, if this were just about one video, maybe what he is saying tonight would be understandable. but everyone can draw their own conclusions at this point about whether or not the man in the video or the man on the stage respects women. but if i win, i am going to
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into your situation. because there has never been so many lies, so much deception, there has never been any like it. and we are going to have a special prosecutor. when i speak, i go out and speak, the people of this country are furious. in my opinion, the people that are, long time workers at the fbi are furious. there has never been anything look this, e-mails you get a subpoena. after getting the subpoena, you delete 33,000 e-mails. >> everything he just said is absolutely false. >> oh really. >> the audience needs to calm down here. >> told people it would be impossible to be fact checking donald all the time. i would never get to talk about
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literally trump. you can fact check him. fact check him in real time. last time at the first debate we had millions of people, fact checking. so i expect we'll have millions more fact checking. because, you know, it is -- it is just awfully good that some one with the temperament of donald trump is not in charge of the law in our country. >> because you'd be in jail. 'l night's presidential debate in just two minutes. you are watching the cbs
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welcome back to the "overnight news." round two of the clinton-trump presidential debates turned out to be a verbal slugfest. here is more of what the candidates had to say. >> wikileaks released purported excerpts of secretary clinton's paid speeches she refused to release. one line in which you secretary clinton purportedly say, "you need both a public and private position on certain issues." so, two, from virginia asks, "is two-faced? is it acceptable for a politician to have a private stance on issues." secretary clinton. your two minutes. >> right, as i recall, that was something i said about abraham lincoln.
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steven spielberg movie called "lincoln." it was a master class watching president lincoln get the congress to approve the 13th amendment. it was principled and it was strategic. and i was making the point that it is hard sometimes to get the congress to do what you want to do. and you have to keep working at it. and yes, president lincoln was yi he used some arguments. convincing other people he used other arguments. that was a great -- i thought a great display of presidential leadership. but you know, let's talk about what's really going on here, martha? because, our intelligence community just came out and said in the last few days, that the kremlin, meaning putin and the
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directing the attacks, the hacking on american accounts to influence our election. and wikileaks is part of that as are other sites where the russians hack information. we don't know if it is accurate information. and then they put it out. we have never in the history of our country been in a situation where an adversary, a foreign power, is working so hard to influence the outcome of the election. believe me they're not doing it to get me elected. they're doing it to try to influence the election for donald trump. maybe because he praised put spin, he agrees with what mr. putin, maybe he wants to do business in moscow. i don't know the reasons. but we deserve answers. we should demand that donald release all of his tax returns. so that people can see what are the entanglements and financial relationships. >> we are going to get to that
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of time. >> i think i should respond, so ridiculous. look, now she is blaming, she got caught in a total lie. her papers went out to all her friend at the banks, goldman sachs, everybody else, he said things, wikileaks just came out. and, she lied. now she is blaming the lie on the late great abraham lincoln. that's one that i haven't -- okay. honest abe, never lied. that's the good thing. that's the big difference between abraham lincoln and you. >> i want to have a tax on people who are making a million dollars. called the buffet rule. yes, warren buffett is the one who has said, somebody look him should not be paying a lower tax rate than his secretary. i want to have a surcharge on incomes above $5 million. we have to make up for lost
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in you. i want to invest in hard working families. i think it's been unfortunate, but, it's happened, that since the great recession, the gains have all gone to the top. and we need to reverse that. people like donald who paid zero in taxes. zero for our military, zero for health and education. that is wrong. >> thank you, secretary. >> we are going to make sure nobody, no corporation, no individual, can get away with without paying fair share. >> mr. trump. the chance to respond. i want to till viewers what she is referring to. in the last month. taxes were the number one issue on facebook. "the new york times" published three pages of your 1995 tax return. show you claimed a $916 million loss, you could have avoided paying personal taxes for years. you pay state tax thousands, employee taxes, real estate taxes.
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question. did you use the $916 million to avoid federal income taxes? of course i do. of course i do. so do all of her donors. most of her donors. i know many of her donors. her donors took massive tax writeoffs. a lot of my writeoff was depreciation and that hillary the senator allowed. she will allow it. the people who give her all this money. they want it. i understand the tax code better than any body that has ever run for president. complex. hillary clinton has friend that want all of these provisions including they want the carried interest provision which is very important to wall street people. but they really want the carried interest provision. which i believe hillary is leaving. very interesting. why she is leaving carried interest. but i will tell you that number one i pay tremendous, numbers of taxes. i absolutely used it. and so did warren buffett. so did george soros. and many of the other people that hillary is getting money
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artist hasn't changed. ricki johnson doing faces for more than 60 years. it's cbs morning on cbs. before charles osgood greets millions out there, he spends time with this woman. makeup st i'm guessing your rapport relaxes you? >> among the other titans she touched up.
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i'm walter cronkite. good night. and that pioneer of television news broadcasting. what was edward r. murrow like? >> some times, he'll come in. i could tell from the look on his face that something is going on. and -- i don't say anything. give him a chance to work it out. >> i see. >> makeup may impact the superficial.
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richard nixon's biggest mistake after watergate, probably his decision not to wear makeup in his presidential debate with john f. kennedy. a decision which made him look sweaty and nervous. >> makeup shows up in history books when it comes to the 1960 election? >> yes. >> you made up richard nixon when? >> after he left office. i made him up twice. very gracious. certainly took makeup. >> this time. i am accepting makeup. >> absolutely. >> reporter: florence ricabono began working in tv around when tv began. an art school graduate. nickname in college, got her start doing makeup on sid caesar's your show of shows. and, the milton berle show. >> ha-ha-ha. >> reporter: in a show like that watched by millions of people? >> yes, yes. >> did you think i've got to get this right. because the a third of the country is going to be watching this. >> no, i never really thought about it. it was my job. i did the best i knew how to do.
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historical significance of it. it was just like something you did. >> and she liked doing it so much -- even after marrying and having seven children, she kept on working. >> mohammad ali. >> mohammad ali. >> next to marv albert. >> ricki keeps track of all the news makers she made over in a spiral notebook. >> i can just go anywhere randomly on m, and i put my finger down. and there is john mcenroe. >> margaret mead. she was lovely. >> mickey mantle. monkees, mcguire sisters. all of them. dudley moore. >> dudley moore was funny. >> did you use a booster seat? >> then the four guys from england. the ones who in 1964, played the ed sullivan show where ricki worked at the time. >> i heard all this din outside. and i looked out the window and saw all these young people.
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he said some group from england if i said wow this looks serious. so i called home. and -- i said to my husband. i can get the children into a dress rehearsal. the children didn't want to come. so, of course, now they're very sorry about that. >> reporter: ricki knew what the pop upstarts needed to pop on tv. during that now, legendary broadcast. >> i used a little eyeliner. and -- >> why did you use eyeliner? >> was black and white television. they were a music group. want to see their eyes and mouth. that's what's important. i met paul mccartney. maybe, eight years ago. and i told him, who i was, he said oh, used pancake makeup. and eyeliner. when we asked about the eyeliner. you said it will be fine. >> and it was.
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>> reporter: over the decades. ricki has drawn close to more than a few of her colleagues here. friendships that mattered dearly after her husband jay passed away in 1999. >> i was devastated if i thought maybe i shouldn't go back to work. didn't know how i could. mike wallace came to the funeral hope. mike took me by the hands he looked me in the eyes and he said you are coming back to work. i said i don't know what i am doing. he said you are coming back and so he gave me courage. you know. >> really can't do this with my glasses on. >> no? >> it wouldn't be right to end this tribute without pointing out that ricki johnson, the woman who has made thousand of other people look good, looks pretty damn great herself. >> are you ever going to retire? >> i don't know. mo, i, i love what i do. i work with the top people in
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for seem people music is a great escape from every day life. steve hartman found an example of that on the road. okay. the philadelphia orchestra boasts one of the best trumpet players. but his best performance happens here in his basement for an audience of one. >> reporter: for more than a year, david has been mentoring 17-year-old, baset azisi, he lives 7,000 miles away in kabul, afghanistan. the kid found david on facebook and got his attention by tooting
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>> started off saying i am the best trumpet player in afghanistan because there are only two. and i was immediately taken by him. i said i have got to read the rest of what he has to say. >> reporter: what did he want? >> to get better. another reason that i wanted immediately to work with this kid. >> reporter: they worked together over the internet until baset got accepted into the prestigious interlochen, school for the arts near traverse city, michigan. the most unlikely trumpet player in america. unlikely, because in afghanistan, some hard-liners think any one playing an instrument, especially a western one should be punished. >> they don't want music, no. >> reporter: did you feel look you were risking your safety? >> in some part, yes. >> reporter: you did it anyway? >> yeah. >> reporter: you must love the instrument?
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power of music in people's lives. >> reporter: today for the first time in his life, baset says he can carry his trumpet in public. a liberation that he owes almost entirely to a man he never met. david not only mentored baset but helped raise $30,000 to pay for his schooling. where would your life beef without him? >> i don't know. he did a lot. >> reporter: last month. david flew in to meet baset. face to face. baset struggled for the words. but the two he finally did come up with were more than ample. thank you. lastly, as for the future. baset says he in the sure all this will lead. regardless, he says no mte and no matter where he lives, he will not be silenced. >> that's good! >> reporter: steve hartman on the road in traverse city, michigan. that's the "overnight news" for this monday. for some of you, the news continues. for others, check back with us a little while later. for the morning news and "cbs this morning." from the broadcast center here
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captioning funded by cbs it's monday, october 10th, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." >> when you're a star, the you do it. you can do whatever you want. >> do whatever you want. >> grab them by the [ bleep ]. you can do anything. >> after a weekend dominated by a weekend of donald trump joking about sexually assaulting women. his vulgar remarks dominated last night's second presidential debate. >> just for the record, though, are you saying a that what u.s. on that bus 11 years ago that you did not actually kiss women without consent or grope women without consent? >> i have great respect for

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