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barnt et barnett. take care. trump crosses the border. mending fences. >> i happen to have a tremendous feeling for mexican americans. and building walls. as to who pays for the wall we >> the governor declares an emergency in florida as tropical storm hermine battles the state. a u.s. navy landing goes terribly wrong. we'll show you what happened next. >> and the college football play of the week. making a young boy's day. >> you looked up and there he was. >> yeah. >> what did he say?
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? >> announcer: this is the "cbs overnight news." well it was not exactly on par with nixon's opening to china, but after months of harsh talk about mexico, donald trump made a surprise visit there. he met privately with the president, then stood side by side with him to address the press. trump's tone was distinctly softer but the mexican president is taking a hard line on paying for a wall. here is major garrett. >> reporter: donald trump arrived in mexico and took a helicopter to the presidential palace. that to avoid mexico city af protests. after his meeting with mexican president enrique pena nieto, the gop nominee said about this border of the two countries. >> we recognize and respect the right of either country to build a physical barrier or wall on any of its borders. >> reporter: on his promise that mexico would pay for the wall. trump punted. >> we did discuss the wall.
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wall. for a later date. this was a preliminary meeting. >> trump identified five goals for u.s./mexico relations, not included, deportation of 11 million immigrants from mexico in the u.s. a restrained, diplomatic trump. described illegal border crossings and drug trade as a bilateral concern. we will work together. we will get those problems solved. president pena nieto took pains to remind trump in terms of net migration, more mexicans are returning home than coming to the u.s. he urged respect from trump, a veiled reference to his derogatory comments about mexico. >> they're bringing drugs, they're bringing crime, they're
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>> trump tried to take the edge off his harsh rhetoric. >> mr. president, i want to thank you. it has been a tremendous honor. and i call you a friend. >> reporter: one of the overriding goals of the hastily arranged trip make trump appear presidential and capable on the diplomatic stage. trump will tackle a priority with a speech here tonight designed to clarify deportations and offer specifics on constructing and financing that wall on the southern border. >> major garrett in arizona. thank you. trump's visit to mexico was aimed at part, winning the support of latino voters. mireya villarreal got reaction in los angeles. >> reporter: this afternoon in l.a. county immigration activists loaded into a van and headed to a local registration office where they helped latino residents register to vote. for them this election is personal. >> this issue is so important to the immigrant community. organizers, whose mother was deported and later became a
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trip to mexico will work against him. do you feel like this meeting is a way to try to manipulate latino voters? >> the way we see it, becoming a political circus. i think he made it clear where he stands. he is not going to change that. >> reporter: 27 million latinos are eligible to vote in the u.s. in 20912 presidential election, 11 million latinos voted. 13 million expected to vote this year the a poll shows hillary clinton with a 55% favorable rating among latinos versus trump with8% despite a much calmer trump talking abut his meeting, former treasurer, rosario marin doubts his intentions. >> he thinks all of a sudden he is going there now, millions of mexicans are going to love him and millions here in the united states are going to love him. he is wrong. he is dead wrong. >> reporter: there is latino support for trump including
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anaheim. republican strategist, leslie sanchez. >> there are a lot of latinos who are closet trump supporters, independent conservatives. concerned about border security they feel donald trump being an outsider can get something done. >> as a whole, new voters are younger and more diverse. this particular group is hoping to register 10,000 new voters for this particular presidential election. and they're more than ape quarter of the way there. norah, those wanting to vote in the upcoming presidential election they have until end of september to register. >> mireya villarreal thank you so much. new poll out shows the 56% of americans have an unfavorable opinion of hillary clinton. her worst showing ever. any consolation to clinton, better than 63% for donald trump. while he was in mexico today. she was campaigning in cincinnati. here is nancy cordes. >> reporter: dropping in on our neighbors for a few hours and then flying home again that its not how it works. >> reporter: in a speech to the american legion, clinton condemned trump's approach to
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>> you don't build a coalition by insulting our friends, or acting like a loose cannon. you do it by putting in the slow, hard work of building relationships. getting countries, working together, was my job every day as your secretary of state. >> reporter: to drive home the contrast, her campaign compiled a list of every tweet trump has ever written about america's southern ally. mexico is not our friend. he said in one. slamming its totally corrupt government. in another. clinton met with the mexican president herself in 2014. and has not announced plans to go back. she has the got ground to make up in this country. after spending most of the past two weeks, fund-raising. her low public profile enabled trump to dominate the conversation. >> it is impossible to tell where the clinton foundation
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begins. >> reporter: one result is that clinton's favorability ratings have dropped by 9 points among women and 16 points among hispanics just since the start of the month. though she is still leading trump, norah in virtually every national poll. >> nancy cordes, thank you. the "cbs overnight news" will be
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north carolina caught a break today when a tropical system that threatened the outer banks moved out to sea. but tropical storm hermine formed in the gulf of mexico and could become the first hurricane to hit florida's mainland since wilma nearly 11 years ago. four million people are in its here is omar villafranca. pounding suffer and gusting wind the first sign of tropical storm hermine's arrival today. in gulf port -- coastal town-- the storm's first rain band submerged neighborhood streets in almost a foot of water. the water quickly surrounded this home turning the front yard into a pond. >> i'm pretty worried.
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>> water has been really bad, we have a pump inside ready to go to flow the water out here. >> reporter: the storm is expected to make landfall tomorrow. soaking portions of the florida coast with as much as 15 inches of rain. hermine has not reached hurricane strength, governor rick scott is warning floridians about the dangerous storm. >> we are going to see some water. don't drive night. we are going to see downed power lines, be careful. don't drive around them. wolfgang and karen love walked around their gulf port neighborhood to check out early flooding. the two residents say they have made preparations for the storm. >> sandbags, i have got sandbags in the back of my jeep. we are driving around seeing if anybody need any. >> there are still some people out here enjoying the beach, but they're going to have to be careful with the dangerous riptide. norah, area schools are canceled tomorrow. in anticipation of the storm. >> all right, omar, thank you so much.
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chief meteorologist at wbz, boston. tracking hermine and two hurricanes in the pacific. eric, you looked at it all. how intense is this all going to get? >> well, norah. we watched the system over two weeks now, today reaching tropical storm status. looking much more organized than it has the over the course of the last couple weeks. further strengthening is expected before landfall strong tropical storm and getting to cat i hurricane status. tropical storm warnings up from tampa, reaching into the panhandle. also storm surge is going to be a big issue. hurricane center has a new product.
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would really recommend anyone who lives in the area to check out the map. this part of the track, high confidence. coming up. making landfall late tomorrow night in florida. across southeast georgia into south carolina. what happens after that is a little less certain. we will watch the storm stall out south of long island as we head into the weekend. indications are we are going to see strong impacts around the mid-atlantic. strong winds as well as heavy ra saturday, sunday. i think that heavy rain is a big thing to focus in on, from florida right up along the east coast with that farther westward track. we could be talking about several inches of flooding rain. then we look to the pacific. two hurricanes. madeline. lester. madeline weakening. tropical storm warnings out for the big island. flash flooding will be the biggest concern. norah. >> good information. thank you so much. in the mediterranean. 100 migrants were rescued just today amid an exodus from north africa. holly williams reports thousands attempting the journey to europe despite dangers which were tragically illustrated one year ago by the plight of a 3-year-old. >> reporter: the image of the lifeless toddler who looked almost as if he was sleeping, woke up the world to the refugee crisis in the mediterranean sea. the family fled war torn syria. tried to make the crossing to europe as hundreds of thousands had before them. in inflatable raft, crammed full of desperate people hoping for a new life. and they're still coming.
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the coast of libya. many escaping war and poverty in africa. more than 3,000 people are feared drowned, so far this year. but these five day old twins made it to safety. the route that they tried to take from turkey to greece slowed to a trickle after europe made a deem with turkey to return migrants. but that hasn't solved much. 60,000 people are now stranded 27,000 of them children. while over 4 million syrian refugees live precarious lives in the middle east. many of their children without education, or any hope for the future.
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refugees, norah, the u.s. announced this week that has taken in 10,000 people. so far this year. >> holly williams in istanbul. thank you, holly. chicago's mayor is out with a new plan for civilian oversight of the police. now the goal is to restore community trust that has badly eroded even as gun violence has skyrocketed. dean reynolds is following this. >> reporter: at least 28 people were shot in chicago since monday morning. among the dead, was 16-year-old elijah simms his aunt wanda said what many said before. >> please, please stop the senseless shooting. >> reporter: the often scatter shot gang violence defied solutions and the problem compounded by the toxic relationship between the cops and the community they have sworn to protect.
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finally tonight a mother in tallahassee florida posted on line a photograph of her son and new friend. the photo went viral. and the story behind it is one of the most touching we have heard in a while. here is mark strassmann to tell it. >> reporter: monford middle
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served up something special tuesday. florida state football players were visiting and walked in for lunch. travis rudolph, the star receiver noticed one sixth grader in particular. >> i saw him by himself. yo, can i have a seat with you. eat with you. sure why not? just started off having a good conversation. >> i was sitting on this side. >> reporter: that kid was 11-yea >> reporter: you looked up, there he was, what did he say? >> he said, what's up, dude. >> some one nearby took this photo of bo and travis having lunch. everyone else in the picture is sitting far away. you see, bo has autism. and often eats lunch by himself. >> on the days he is sitting alone, i think those are the days it bothers me more than it bothers him. >> reporter: leah passkey is bo's mother, posted to facebook saying this is one day i didn't have to worry if my sweet boy
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someone who is a hero in many eyes. her post went viral. >> i'm just -- moved with emotion at his generosity and his kindness. i don't know what made him pick bo, but i am so grateful he did. >> rudolph. >> travis rudolph could score a million touchdowns this season and never come close to making one family so happy. >> i haven't gone through bullying. i have seen it. i don't like it. i don't approve of bullying. i feel like it is wrong. that is a cool person. i will hang out with him any day. >> bo. >> right here. >> it gets better. at school today all the kids wanted to have lunch with bo. >> i'm a superstar. everybody recognizes me. >> mark strassmann, cbs news, tallahassee. that's the "cbs overnight news" for this thursday. for some of you the news continues. for others check back with us later for the morning news. and that great show that is called "cbs this morning." from the broadcast center in new york city, i'm norah o'donnell.
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captioning funded by cbs it's thursday, september 1st, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." it was a b first, a trip to mexico. then his long-awaited immigration speech. >> zero tolerance for criminal aliens. zero. zero. >> what the clinton campaign is saying about trump's speech and his first foreign test. while the gulf coast braces for tropical storm hermine, overnight projections put much of the east coast in the
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it was a simple lunch, but it meant the world to one mom and her son. the heartwarming story behind this snapshot. >> i don't know what made him think bo, but i'm so grateful he did. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. well, donald trump ended any speculation that he was going soft on immigration. speaking in phoenix last night, trump promised to launch a massive deportation program and his speech followed a meeting with the president of mexico who disputed trump's claim that his country would pay for a border wall. hena daniels is in new york. good morning. >> good morning. >> reporter: trump told thousands of supporters in phoenix his immigration plan will offer no path to legal citizenship for an 11 million people living in this country illegally, saying criminals will be the first to go. his rival hillary clinton weighed in on trump's trip
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a defiant donald trump is sticking to the centerpiece of his immigration plan. >> we will build a great wall along the southern border. and mexican will pay for the wall. >> reporter: while stressing no amnesty for people living in the country illegally. >> you can't just smuggle in, hunker down and wait to be legalized. >> reporter: and calling for undocumented immigrants who commit crimes to be deported. special deportation task force focused on identifying and quickly removing the most dangerous criminal, illegal immigrants in america who have evaded justice, just like hillary clinon has evaded justice, okay? >> reporter: trump unveiled his ten-point plan hours after flying to mexico to meet with the country's president. >> we did discuss the wall. we didn't discuss payment of the wall. >> reporter: while the
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discussed, mexico's leader later tweeted he made it clear from the start, his nation would not fund the wall. speaking in cincinnati, hillary clinton panned the visit altogether. >> dropping in on our neighbors for a few hours and then flying home again, that is not how it works. >> reporter: a fox news poll out wednesday shows the race has narrowed with clinton leading trump 41% to 39%. former ku klux klan grand wizard david duke praised trump's speech saying excellent speech tonight in catch and release and enforce immigration laws and america first. >> hena daniels here in new york, thank you so much, hena. trump's stand on immigration has hurt his support among latino voters. the latino vote may be critical in some very important states. mireya villarreal reports on how trump's visit to mexico played with them.
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into a van and headed to a local registration office where they helped latino residents register to vote. for them, this election is personal. >> this issue is so important to the immigrant community. >> reporter: this organizer whose mother was deported back in the '70s and later became a u.s. citizen, believes donald trump's trip to mexico will work against him. kou feel like this meeting is a way to manipulate latino voters? the way we see it, it's becoming a political clear where he stand and he is not going to change that. >> reporter: 27 million latinos are eligible to vote in the u.s. in the 2012 election, 11 million latinos voted. at least 13 million are expected to vote this year. a new poll shows hillary clinton with a 55% favorable rating among latinos versus trump with 18%. despite a much calmer trump talking about his meeting with
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has doubts about his intentions. >> if he thinks everybody is going there now, millions of mexicans are going to love him and millions here in the united states are going to love him? he is wrong. he is dead wrong! >> reporter: but there is some latino support for trump, including these people at a recent rally in anaheim. republican strategist leslie sanchez. >> they are independent independents. they are concerned about border security and feel donald trump, being an outsider, can get something done. >> reporter: mireya villarreal, cbs news, l.a. county. coming up on "cbs this morning," we will talk to vice presidential candidate tim kaine about trump's immigration plan and what hillary clinton would do differently. tropical storm hermine is expected to make landfall on florida's gulf coast sometime tonight as a hurricane. this morning, hermine is slowly winds of 60 miles per hour but gaining strength.
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miles west/southwest of tampa. rain from the storm has already reached coastal areas. 5 to 10 inches is expected in parts of northwest florida. flooding has already forced some evacuations. >> they got it up so i'm here to get clothes and ride it out and go back tomorrow and whenever it goes down. >> life-threatening storm surges are a possibility. some area schools have closed for the day. in the pacific, hurricane madeline has been downgraded to a tropical storm. it missed a direct hit on hawaii, veering past the big island, but madeline remains a strong storm producing high surf, strong winds, and heavy rain. hurricane lester is a expected to lose strength as it moves west. it was a 45-minute flight that ended a decades long ban.
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flight from the u.s. to cuba landed yesterday and our kris van cleave was on board for this very historic journey. >> reporter: water cannons saluted jetblue flight 387 on its historical ride in cuba. passengers took flags as they set soil on cuba some for the first time. regular flights were cut off during the cold war and only expensive charters were available unti >> you tell your grandkids about i was on the first flight to cuba. >> reporter: this is a big trip for maria and her family. she is celebrating her birthday, getting married thursday, and bringing her two daughters to meet their ailing great grandmother. >> for her to say that you like to meet olivia meant everything to me. i really want to make this happen.
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has been so hard for americans to go to for decades, it doesn't take very long to get there. it's only about a 45-minute flight. jetblue is the first u.s. airline to resume regularly scheduled service. soon, as many as 110 daily flights from ten airlines will depart the u.s. for the island nation. some lawmakers have concerns that cuban security is not adequate, but the tsa says it is confident in the protocols at the eight cuban airports it has checked out. kris van cleave, cbs news, santa clara, cuba. coming up on the "morning news." disturbing clown sighting. people in a south carolina town are spooked by reports of clowns living in a wooded area. canada's prime minister stars in a comic book. this is the "cbs morning news." of your allergy season. claritin provides powerful, non-drowsy 24 hour relief... for fewer interruptions from the amazing things you do every day. live claritin clear. see me. see me. don't stare at me. see me. see me. see me to know that psoriasis
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dropbox reset all of the passwords that had remained unchanged since then. the kimpton hotel chain says it's investigating reports of a possible payment card data breach. kimpton operates boutique properties across the united states. the hotel chain says it has been made aware of unauthorized charges on credit cards. that was used to pay bills. instagram has a feature that lets users to zoom in on photos and photos, instagram views started yesterday for some users. pinch the scream to zoom and should be able on android in a couple of weeks. toys "r" us will start selling american girl. last year, american girl sales dropped 8%. a texas judge says it's okay to leave a bad yelp review.
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. ? a standing ovation at the
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for the roof! sprinkles started falling during play, so tournament officials put the new roof over arthur ashe stadium to the test. in less than seven minutes, the 150 million dollar structure slid into place and play resumed. rafael nadal won the first point under the cover and eventually the match. for years, players have been plagued by rain delays at the u.s. open. u.s. athletes headed tth their push to win gold. they celebrated on social media yesterday as they caught flights for brazil. athletes with disabilities from 176 countries will start cmpeting next wednesday in rio. russia, banned from the games due to doping, said it will hold its own event. well, there is no place to hide for unpopular kids in the school cafeteria where they usually sit alone and isolated. but a college football star changed all of that for a florida boy when they sat down
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>> reporter: montford's middle cafeteria served up something special on tuesday. a handful of florida state football players were visiting and walked in for lunch. one of them, travis rudolph, the team's star wide receiver, noticed one sixth grader in particular. >> i saw him by himself. i said, can i have a seat and eat with you? he said, sure, why not. we started off having a good conversation. >> i was sitting on that side. >> reporter: that kid was 11-year-old bo paske. you looked up and there he was? >> yeah. >> reporter: what did he say? >> he said, what is up, dude? >> reporter: someone nearby took this photo of bo and travis having lunch. notice, everyone in the picture is sitting far away. you see, bo has autism and often eats lunch by himself. >> on the days that he is sitting alone, i think the days it bothers me more than it bothers me.
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saying this is one day i didn't have to worry if my sweet boy ate lunch alone, because he sat across from someone who is a hero in many eyes. her post went viral. >> i'm just moved with emotion at his generosity and his kindness. i don't know what made him think bo, but i'm so grateful he did. >> rudolph! >> reporter: travis rudolph could score a million touchdowns this season and never come close to making one family so happy. >> i haven't gone through bullying, but i don't like it. i don't approve bullying. i think it's wrong. bo is a cool person. i'd sit with him any day. >> reporter: it gets better. at school, all of the kids wanted to have lunch with bo. >> i'm a super star. everybody recognizes me! >> reporter: mark strassmann, cbs news, tallahassee. >> i think bo was probably a superstar even before. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning,"
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navy pilots are speaking out about a close call on a u.s. aircraft carrier that was caught on video. david martin has the story. >> reporter: watch what happened last march when a navy radar plane landed on the carrier "eisenhower." the resting wire snapped. instead of lurching to a halt, the 45,000-pound turboprop went off the front of the ship and completely disappearing from sight from what seems like a very long time. have you ever had a close call like that? >> we have had some close calls, but that was the really, really close call there, sir. >> reporter: lieutenant matt hollowell was the pilot of a plane, unlike most carrier aircraft, have no ejection seats.
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overhead escape hatch after they hit the water. would you really have been able to get out? >> kind of rolling the dice at that point. >> reporter: big roll of the dice. >> yes, sir. >> reporter: three lives. >> a sight that i hope we never see again. >> reporter: lieutenant general kellen smith spoke to us from the persian gulf spoke to us as their plane went off the plane disappeared for four full seconds, but it was the actions the crew took in the first second that saved them. smith pushed the plane's flaps down to give it more lift. hollowell pushed the throttles to full power and retracted the landing gear to decrease drag. were you saying anything, like, come on? >> it was pretty quiet, actually, which is probably for the best since we were able to focus on what he needed to do. >> reporter: watching on slow motion, you can see the resting wire after it actually snapped whipping across the flight deck.
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broken bones. an investigation blamed faulty maintenance, but credited the flight crew with phenomenal airmenship. two days later, hollowell and smith flew back to the carrier again. david martin, cbs news, norfolk, virginia. here is a look at this morning's top story. donald trump delivered a hard line speech on illegal immigration last night phoenix. he said anyone who has entered the united states illegally is subject to deportation. his speech followed a meeting with the mexican president. enrique pena nieto told him mexico would not pay for the border wall which is an essential promise of the trump campaign. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," virtual reality for the senior set. we will show you how older americans are using it to discover new places. plus, we speak with the new ceo of the wounded warrior
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investigation of the veterans charity. and we will meet the twin brothers behind the netflix horror series, "stranger things." that is the "cbs morning news" for this thursday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green.
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