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ebefoven know you're pregnant. all right. that is our report. as always, we appreciate your time. i'm dan ashley. >> and i'm ama daetz. right now on jimmy kimmel live, greg kinnear. >> have a >> welcome to bachelor fan favorites week. today we're playing for charity with the help of some familiar faces from my other shows, "the bachelor" and "the bachelorette." will one of them be that special someone who wins a million dollars? let's find out right now on "who wants to be a millionaire." [dramatic music] ♪ hey, everybody. i'm chris harrison. welcome to the show. you guys ready to play "millionaire" today? [cheers and applause] very good. got a special day. our bachelor fan favorite today is playing in honor of someone close to her heart and is hoping to win big money
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to donate to the chris4life colon cancer foundation. from salt lake city, utah, please welcome my good friend michelle money. [cheers and applause] >> hi. >> hello, my dear. >> how are you? this is fun, huh? >> we'll see. >> fun little gig. i know, right? >> tell me in about 30 minutes if it's fun. >> i'm already stressed. >> don't be stressed already. it's just--you know it's just me. >> it's just you. >> when i'm around, does anything bad ever happen? >> uh... >> i mean, other than those three years we were together on that other show. all right. i want to talk about your very important foundation... >> yeah. >> that you work with. 'cause i've done some stuff with chris4life as well. i know it's near and dear to your heart, so let's talk about this charity. >> well, it's funny because today is actually the four-year anniversary of my dad passing away. >> right. >> and so it's perfect to be here and doing something for a charity that i'm so passionate about, which is the chris4life colon cancer foundation. my father passed away of colon cancer, and so i've just become very passionate about bringing awareness
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to--to the disease, and so i'm so honored to be here and hopefully winning good money for chris4life. >> you will. you will. yeah, i know you've done a lot for them in the salt lake city area, so i'm glad we can shine an even brighter light on this great cause. so--and i'm glad you're here. >> [sighs] >> deep breath. deep, cleansing breath. let me tell you what you're up against. >> all right. >> 14 questions, the money values growing from $500 all the way up to $1 million. [cheers and applause] every question you answer correctly takes you one step closer to that top prize. remember, at any time, you can walk away with the money you've earned up to that point. if you give me an incorrect answer, you walk away with nothing until you get to those thresholds. there's two of 'em: $5,000, then again at $50,000. you also have your three lifelines. audience can help you out on one question, "50/50," we take away two incorrect answers, and you have your plus one, who i know very well, but tell us about your plus one. >> yes; my plus one is the founder of chris4life, michael sapienza.
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he has become one of my dearest friends. actually, when we were filming "bachelor pad 2," between the time we were filming and the finale, my dad actually passed away, and so michael reached out to me from seeing--we talk about it on the finale, and that's how this relationship is formed is through "bachelor pad." so i'm so grateful to the show for... >> it all worked out. >> for connecting me to michael. yeah. >> michael, it's good to see you again, my friend. >> likewise. >> thanks for the work you do for the foundation. >> thank you. >> and you--it's good to have you here. >> thanks, harrison. >> so let's do it. let's raise some money. >> all right. >> let's play "who wants to be a millionaire." [dramatic musical flourish] ♪ all right. good luck. it starts with your $500 question right here. perhaps unlucky, but definitely not uncommon, the 13th day of a month most frequently lands on what day of the week? >> b.
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i'm just kidding. it's d. final answer. [laughs] it's gonna be that kind of game. >> it was b. you're wrong. >> whatever. >> you got it. you're right! [applause] $500. >> were you scared? did i scare you? >> of course. everybody's scared of you. >> i know. it's scary. >> everyone's been scared of you for years. >> and they should be. >> all right. here's your $1,000 question. splitting wedding tasks with the groom and giving your guests some attention are suggestions given in the "cosmo" article: "how not to be a" what? >> b. final answer. >> something we should know a lot at "the bachelor" and "bachelorette." >> absolutely. >> that's right! >> we know firsthand. [applause] >> all right. $1,000. all right. here's your $2,000 question. >> all right.
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>> what meghan trainor hit features the lyrics, "take me on a date, and don't forget the flowers every anniversary"? >> oh. it's not "uptown funk." it's not "shake it off." "dear future husband"... i've heard that song. [singing indistinctly] oh, yeah. it's b. "dear future husband." b. final answer. you want me to sing it? >> please, don't. >> okay. >> you're right. [applause] i've heard you sing before. >> it's bad. it's bad. >> "roar" is a katy perry song. >> right. >> all right. $3,000 question is up next. while it doesn't offer classes in how to make pizza rolls, which of these is an actual catholic high school named after its frozen food magnate benefactor?
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>> can you believe how long i'm taking to do this? >> no, i can't. >> yeah. [laughs] it's--it's, like, c, though. right? i feel like it's c. do you feel like it's c? >> the only question: is that your final? >> yes. >> you took enough time, and you got it right! >> totino! it's a pizza, right? >> totino pizza rolls. >> i don't know--i didn't know the name of that. i don't eat a lot of pizza rolls. >> $3,000. all right. this next one's worth $5,000, but it's also that first threshold you can get to. >> okay. >> that guarantees you're taking at least $5,000 home to chris4life. >> okay. >> okay. so here it is. $5,000 question. not only is it none of their business asking, it's actually a crime if an employer doesn't
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hire you based on your answer to what question? >> if he doesn't hire you based on your answer to this question, so if he doesn't hire you based on your answer, it's a crime, and it's none of their business... which i feel like is a. but is that a crime? what sal--i feel like it's a or c. so what salary are you seeking? that's not a crime. it's a. it's totally a. final answer. >> [laughs] >> if it's not, it needs to be. >> well, it is, so it is. >> [laughs] >> $5,000. [cheers and applause] all right, money. you're good. you're off to a good start. >> so far, so good. >> you have $5,000. you have all your lifelines. you're in great shape.
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[dramatic music] ♪ >> welcome back to "who wants to be a millionaire" bachelor fan favorites week. michelle money right here just reached that $5,000 threshold. [cheers and applause] raising money for a very special cause. >> yeah. >> chris4life is your charity. raising money for colon cancer. i know it's near and dear to you, obviously, on the-- what, fourth anniversary of your dad's passing? >> yeah. >> so this is great. so we're already at $5,000. we're definitely giving that away today. >> okay. >> but let's do--you have all your lifelines. you're in good shape. >> i'm good, right? >> i don't mean to act surprised. i knew you would do good. >> listen. it's fine. i'm surprised, too, actually. >> okay. okay. so that's fine? okay. we're gonna add to that right now. let's play "who wants to be a millionaire." [dramatic musical flourish] ♪ all right, money. >> okay. >> $7,000 question. things get scary when alex develops a serious and deadly
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obsession in what film that's one of buzzfeed's "16 worst date movies"? >> do you know how bad i am at, like, this kind of stuff? like movie trivia. >> i don't know that. >> really bad. >> okay. >> but i'm gonna work through this. things get scary when alex develops a serious and deadly obsession--oh, i know what this one is! in the film that-- the 16 worst date movies. it's "fatal attraction." right? yes. that's the worst date movie ever. you should never--yeah. it's b. final answer. >> scared every man to death, and still does. yeah. you're right! [laughs] $7,000. [cheers and applause] >> i want to get a million. i'm going for the million. >> you know what? that really wouldn't surprise me. >> i know! >> if anybody, it was michelle money.
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>> it's gonna happen. >> wouldn't shock anybody in this world. all right. $10,000. that's what's up next. here we go. [dramatic musical flourish] ♪ proven wrong just one year later, in 2006, the technology columnist for "the new york times" predicted that apple would probably never come out with a what? >> it's c. no, i mean, it's d. it's d. laptop? no. that's ridiculous. of course they would come out with a laptop. i feel like it's d. don't you think it's d? holy cow. >> i'm following you. you're the smart one. >> i feel like it's totally d. let's think about this. just one year later, so in 2007. is that when they came out with a cell phone? yes. right?
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yes. this is stupid. it's totally d. huh? >> your inner monologue is fantastic. >> i'm so mad right now. >> because it's your outer monologue; that's what i love. >> i know. but it's d, though. because it's just--it's not b, and it's not a, and it's not c, so it's d. >> is that your final? >> yeah. >> apparently, that was the easiest question... >> both: ever! >> that's right! >> right? >> you're right! >> are you so proud of me? >> i am proud of you. >> i'm proud of me too. >> proud of you! >> [laughs] >> my baby girl all grows up. >> i know. i know. >> $10,000. now a chance to double that money... >> okay. >> money. >> okay. >> $20,000 question right here. [dramatic musical flourish] ♪ we may say pennsylvania dutch country, but an elizabethtown college study estimates there are actually slightly more
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amish in what adjacent state? >> do you know i'm so bad at geography? >> well, here's the answers: michigan, wiscon-- >> this is so embarrassing 'cause i'm not gonna--okay. >> ohio, or indiana. >> okay. so it's basically just asking what state is adjacent to pennsylvania. [laughs] do you know i don't know this? do you know my 10-year-old daughter would know this? >> brielle. >> yeah. she would know this. >> brielle's sitting in front of the television right now-- >> she's so mad right now. she's like, "this is my mom, and i'm so embarrassed." >> but is that the first time she's ever said that? >> no. it's not. and i don't think we need to bring that up again. >> okay. all right. >> so this, i feel like, because i don't know for sure, i feel like i should do "ask the audience." >> okay. final? >> i'm hoping the audience is smarter than me when it comes to geography. i'm sure they are. i'm trusting you. no pressure. just charity money. just trying to cure cancer. >> final? >> yeah. yeah. yeah.
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>> okay. all right, audience. michelle could use a little help here, so if you would, pick up those keypads. enter your vote now. [percussive music] ♪ all right. see if the audience can help you out here. >> oh! thank you guys so much. i feel like i trust you. i feel like that's a good percentage. i feel like you guys are probably a lot smarter than me in geography. it's ohio. fine. c. final answer. i'm trusting you. >> your trust... >> yes! >> was well-placed. that's right! >> thank you! thank you! >> $20,000. >> thank you! >> $20,000. >> [shrieking] i'm at $20,000! >> and you still have two lifelines. >> oh, my gosh. this is amazing. >> this is phenomenal. all right. we're gonna be back. we're gonna see how far this girl can go next.
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[dramatic music] ♪ ♪ >> welcome back to "who wants to be a millionaire" on bachelor fan favorites week. michelle money is now at $20,000 for her charity, chris4life, raising awareness and money for colon cancer. this is awesome. >> yeah. >> this is awesome, and you still have two lifelines, your "50/50" and your "plus one." >> yes. i'll be fine. >> you're only two away from that $50,000 threshold. >> yeah. >> so let's get there. >> okay. let's do it. >> let's play "who wants to be a millionaire." [dramatic musical flourish] ♪ all right. $30,000 question. named for a creature of greek mythology that's usually depicted as half man, half goat, the term for male hypersexuality is what? >> i mean, these are weird words, huh? gryphon--gry--gryphon--yeah.
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yeah. no, these are not words i use or have heard. i feel like i should ask michael because i feel like even if you do "50/50," i'm still gonna be guessing. my gut is saying a. i don't know why. i have no idea why. i--this is a stupid question. who comes up with these? this is really dumb. does anyone really know this? like, i don't even want to put the pressure on michael. i hate this game so bad. i was having so much fun, and now i'm not. 'cause i can't guess, 'cause then if i get it wrong, i'll be so mad at myself. so i can't guess. >> i just wish there were two lifelines you could use at this moment. >> i know, but this is the problem. this is the problem, harrison. i'm gonna use michael. >> let me tell you what the problem is right now. >> listen. let me finish. i'm gonna use michael, and he's not gonna know, and then i'm gonna do the "50/50," and then i'm gonna guess, but mi--he actually might know this. no pressure. >> there's only six ways
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to find out. >> okay. michael, come on down. >> final? >> yeah. >> all right. michael, save me. >> i'm so sorry. [cheers and applause] >> how you doing, michael? >> i'm good. how are you? >> good to have you. >> i'm so sorry. i know. like, i don't feel like-- >> [speaking indistinctly] >> by the way, congrats, and thanks for all you do for chris4life. >> i know. he's the best. >> really, i'm glad you got up here. >> thank you. >> this is the best man. >> thank you, chris. >> you're a good man. okay. >> oh, god. >> please put me out of my misery and help this girl. >> okay. so this is what i'm thinking, and i don't really know the answer either, so-- so i'm seeing hypersexuality, right? i'm seeing half man, so i'm wondering--mania? does mania have anything to do with hypersexuality or man? that's the only thing-- >> because that's the only thing that's kind of different, right? >> i don't know what satyriasis or harpyosis or whatever-- however you pronounce a. >> and by the way, you can use your last lifeline. you still have the "50/50." >> right. >> my gut tells me we should do "50/50" 'cause that will remove two, right?
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and then, depending on what's left, we either take the money, or we make a guess. >> can you believe how stupid this question is? >> yes. >> are you dying? >> yeah, i don't know what it-- i've never heard of any of these things. >> like, who even knows this? >> so what do you want to do? >> we're gonna "50/50" it. >> final? >> right? >> "50/50." >> yeah. >> okay. we're gonna help her out by taking away two incorrect answers. >> oh, my gosh. i feel like--okay. i feel like your gut was saying c. i feel like we could be onto something. i feel like that might be the right thing to do. what is satyriasis mean? [both mumbling] >> satire. satire. >> sat-uh-ria. this is stupid. >> oh, but wait. greek mythology might be satire. >> right? mino-tauro-mania. >> i don't know. if we get it wrong, does-- is that really a bad thing? >> i feel like-- >> maybe we should take a chance. if we don't get $20,000, i don't know, what-- >> i feel like it's c. >> i say we do it. if we--if we go down, we go down. >> we go down together, at least. >> yes. >> i feel like we all go down, 'cause i feel like no one knows the answer to this. >> what do you want to do?
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>> c. final answer. can you believe i just did that? >> jumped on that quick. >> i know. bad? it's wrong. >> it was actually b. it was satyriasis. it was. but $5,000. and i tell you what. we're gonna double that money for chris4life. >> awesome. >> love that organization. >> both: thank you. >> $10,000 going to the charity. >> thank you. >> you were fun to have. >> yeah. >> all right. we're coming back. we're playing more "millionaire" right after this. [dramatic music] ♪ ♪ dogs - sure can be messy. but with nexgard, their flea and tick killer doesn't have to be. nexgard, the vet's #1 choice for dogs, is a delicious, beef-flavored chew that kills both fleas and ticks. so it's easy to give, easy to take. reported side effects include vomiting, itching, diarrhea, lethargy and lack of appetite. use with caution in dogs with a history of seizures.
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>> the answer to that question was semi-nude. [cheers and applause] welcome back to "who wants to be a millionaire." we're about to make one of our audience members very happy and give them a little taste of the "who wants to be a millionaire" experience and hopefully give away $1,000. so who wants to come down here and join me and answer one question? how about jeffrey ling? jeffrey ling. [cheers and applause] hey, jeffrey. how's it going? >> how are you? >> welcome. >> thanks.
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>> all right, jeffrey. gonna make this very easy. gonna ask you one question. get it right, i'm giving you $1,000. >> sounds like a plan. >> you ready to roll? >> yeah. >> here's your $1,000 question. [dramatic musical flourish] ♪ though it might sound wrong to say it, which of the following is an actual word that means "conceivably"? >> i think i'm gonna have to go with a. final answer. >> a, supposably. supposably...right. you got it! you got it! [laughs] you got it. well done. congratulations. that's the way to end the show. congrats to michelle money taking $10,000 back to chris4life and giving away $1,000 here. thanks for joining us. for everyone who's been a part of this one, i'm chris harrison. we'll see you next time. [dramatic music] ♪ closed captioning sponsored by:
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13-year-old horse who fell over in muddy water during a horseback ride in colorado state park. a fire rescue squad came and saved the day. >> cupcake does look exhausted. so apparently they brought in a vet who hooked her up to an iv that gave her more energy. >> it took two hours to get her up and back home. she's now making a full recovery. >> cupcake. yeah. are you saying sea biscuit was not a biscuit? >> sea biscuit was not a biscuit. >> no. >> okay. >> the dutiful daughters taking the stage at two political conventions. a first daughter of politics and a first daughter of business. the message last night from chelsea clinton about why voters should put her mother in the oval office. and why there won't be any more sunny days on "sesame street" for three of the mainstay cast members. who got the boost and what the show is saying ahead in "the skinny." first, a look at the temperatures.
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a look at broad street on this friday morning as it is. a look at broad street on this friday morning as it is. call it a dutiful daughter takes the stage act two. >> one week after ivanka trump took the convention stage to support her father, former first daughter chelsea clinton made her plea on behalf of her mother. >> the similarities don't end there. apparently there are many similarities. >> good morning. yes, in the most historic
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primary season, the final night of the democratic national convention mirrors what we saw with the republican party, a proud daughter introducing her parent, making a case for why they should be the next president of the united states. >> this november i'm voting for a woman who is my role model as a mother and as an advocate. >> reporter: chelsea clinton introducing her mother and sharing childhood memories from storytime and soccer games. >> that feeling of being valued and loved, that's what my mom wants for every child. [ applause ] >> reporter: from the rnc to the dnc, the pictures of these powerful daughters look almost identical, but their tasks on the final night of the respective conventions unique. uvanka trump presented a view of her father as a man who supports
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women. >> he will fight for equal pay for equal work. and i will fight for this, too, right alongside of him. >> reporter: chelsea shining a light on a nurturing, gentler side of her mother. >> i've seen her promising to do everything she could to help. she always feels like there isn't a moment to lose. because she knows that for that mother, for that family, there isn't. >> reporter: not long ago trump and clinton would be names you would hear together. chelsea opening up about their rip on -- their relationship on "e.t." >> we talk about everything. i'm so grateful she's my friend. i think she's a great woman. >> reporter: it's uncanny that they share such a unique place in history and so many similarities. both 30-somethings work for the family business. both live in multimillion dollar apartments in new york and were pregnant at the same time. both with experiences well beyond their years.
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but over the past year, it's been about making a clear distinction. chelsea had been campaigning hard for her mom prior to the birth of her son in june. it's expected she'll continue to be involved leading up to november. >> well, not only are chelsea and ivanka friends, their husbands know each other and introduced them. how does that work out now? >> this is the thing. we don't know what goes on in the lives of close people. >> has to be complicated. >> close and rich people. >> close and very, very wealthy. >> kendis is trying to know hard to know what goes on in their lives. >> there has been talk that the campaigns asked them nicely to kind of avoid interacting with each other until november which would make sense. they have been sparring a little more on social media. chelsea clinton criticizing ivanka's statement that her father was fighting for women to have equal work, equal pay, saying your father has never mentioned this, but he has a job
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history that would reflect that, according to ivanka. >> a social mediati tiff betwee the ladies? >> i wouldn't say a tiff. they probably have a play date scheduled after the election. we'll see. >> adrienne, thank you so much. we love having you on. thank you. >> thank you. when we come back, katy perry rises and roars for hillary clinton amid a fashion deja vu. >> kind of. and guess who got fired from "sesame street". who do you think? the guy in the trash? street. who do you think? the guy in the trash?
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♪ ♪ ♪ a lot of star power to talk about this week in "the skinny" with the dnc. it was the final night of the democratic national convention. >> and a huge star. she's appeared on the super bowl and now katy perry trying to bridge a political gap to a new generation of voters. high energy opening with her new anthem called "rise" and her significant song "roar." >> she tweaked the words and implored the crowd to roar for hillary. also on the stage, a bit of fashion deja vu.
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that's ohio congresswoman joyce beatty sporting the exact same dress worn a week earlier at the republican national convention by melania donald trump during her keynote address. >> it's not known who got their dress first. you got to wonder. was this a fashion faux pas or was it something done on purpose? >> i'm thinking it was a dress plagiarism. >> a who wore it best contest? >> i think they both wore it beautifully in their respect. next, some bombshell news from the gold standard in children's television program. >> three men on "sesame street" have been let go after more than 40 years of a show. bob mcgrath who was a charter character when the show premiered in 1969 as bob the music teacher. and 72-year-old roscoe orman who joined the cast as gordon the science teacher in 1974. >> then 76-year-old emilio delgado. he was the handy neighborhood
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handyman. the producers of "sesame street" say the content of today's children is evolving and the characters have to evolve. the reports claim the show will try to appeal to more tech savvy kids. >> and props for the lower third who said f is for fire. hbo, who is set to start airing "sesame street" this year, insists they have nothing to do with the production of the show. a statement from "sesame" workshop said the three men will continue to represent the show at public events. finally, we're seeing the softer side of the rock. >> dwayne "the rock" johnson has shared this photo of himself on instagram jumping in to diaper duty for seven month old daughter, jasmine. >> it was on his private jet. quoting, "regardless of where we're at, when number two happens with my baby girl, i'm the number one man for the job." >> hash tags, working man. daddy's got you. just keep playing with your toys. mama, i will deal with back spasms later. >> that's good on the rock.
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>> absolutely. all dads need to change a few diapers. >> weekly rewind coming up next. >> weekly rewind coming up next. change a few diapers. >> weekly rewind coming up next. "weekly rewind coming up next. " coming up next.
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a little touch is all it takes. k-y touch. as we close out another busy ♪ as we close out another busy week, what's been, thankfully, i should say absent from the headlines. no shootings to talk about, coup attempts, and shark attacks. >> can you guess what did take center age? let's check out our weekly friday "rewind." >> if there are any little girls out there who stayed up late to watch, let me just say i may become the first woman president, but one of you is next. >> there has never been a man or a woman, not me, not bill, nobody more qualified than hillary clinton to serve as president of the united states
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of the united states of america. [ cheers ] >> hillary clinton will make an outstanding president, and i am proud to stand with her tonight. >> democratic party has been colluding with hillary, and they're not being democratic or fair and gave bernie a chance. >> it's with enormous pride that i cast my vote for bernie sanders. >> i wake up every morning in a house that was built by slaves. [ applause ] and i watch my daughters, two beautiful, intelligent black young women, playing with their dogs on the white house lawn. >> slaves that worked there were well fed and had decent lodgings provided by the government. >> you know who i don't trust? i wonder. >> russia, if you're listening, i hope you're able to find the 30,000 e-mails that are missing.
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>> i'm a new yorker. and i know a con when i see one. >> we are not going to be donald trump's hate-filled america. not now. not ever. >> mom, grandma would be so, so proud of you tonight. >> i accept your nomination for president of the united states. [ cheers ] ♪ what the world needs now is love sweet love ♪ ♪ it's the only thing there's just too little of ♪ >> it's been all about politics. later today the clinton/kaine team plans to start their bus tour. >> and donald trump and his running mate making the rounds. they'll both be headed to charlotte next week. >> it's national psychic week next week. next week.
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good morning. >> here are some good morning. >> here are some of the top headlines on this friday morning on "world news now." grand finale. hillary clinton capped off the democratic national convention with an appeal to voters to reject divisive policies. clinton called on americans to work together, and she slammed donald trump for playing on fears. meanwhile, dozens of diehard bernie sanders supporters wore glow-in-the-dark shirts to make sure they were seen. some of them also walked out during clinton's speech. others tried to interrupt her with chants, but they were drowned out by clinton delegates. florida's largest blood supplier will begin testing all blood supplies for zika virus. four cases of home-grown zika being investigated in that state. and the wildfire burning out of control near california's
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popular big sur coastal area is threatening at least 2,000 homes this morning. officials say it may not be completely extinguished until the end of august. those are just some of our top stories on this friday, july 29th. from abc news, this is "world news now." good morning to all. we begin this half hour with hillary clinton delivering what many are calling the speech of her lifetime. claiming her place in history. >> clinton promised to be a unifying force for this entire country. at a time that she referred to as a moment of reckoning. she vowed to fight for the middle class and empower all americans and she drew a sharp contrast with trump attacking him on immigration, the economy own his temperament. karen travers has more from philadelphia. karen, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. here in philadelphia the birthplace of america, hillary clinton making history. she said more important than that is the history the americans will make together in
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the coming years. her whole message last night focused on unity, making america stronger together, and she said donald trump right now is just dividing americans and peddling false promises. ♪ hillary clinton where no woman has ever been before. >> and so, my friends, it is with humility, determination, and boundless confidence in america's promise that i accept your nomination for president of the united states! [ cheers ] >> reporter: telling voters this election marks a critical point for our nation. >> we have to heal the divides in our country. >> reporter: clinton selling herself to americans as an
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experienced, steady hand, and slamming donald trump as not being fit to lead. >> imagine him in the oval office facing a real crisis. a man you can bait with a tweet is not a man we can trust with nuclear weapons. >> reporter: and she went right after his campaign slogan. >> america is great because america is good. so enough with the bigotry and the bombast. donald trump is not offering real change. >> reporter: hillary clinton and tim kaine will hit the campaign trail together. first up a rally here in philadelphia today, and then they'll start a three-day bus tour through pennsylvania and ohio. it is now game on for both tickets. it's a 102-day sprint until election day. all right. our thanks to karen there. so before hillary clinton took the stage, chelsea clinton taught us a few important details about her mom. that she used to take her to church and used to make up
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stories about triceratops. >> which chelsea said she believes is the most friendly kind of dinosaur. >> who knew? >> yes. let's go to adrienne bankert. thank you. >> a lot of people are retweeting about the dinosaur story. and "chugga, chugga, choo choo." there were a lot of personal, touching moments. chelsea clinton, one of the only people on the planet who has had the position of introducing a potential president twice. she also portrayed a warmer, softer image of her mom as a compassionate commander in chief. he's been referred to as a -- she's been referred to as a secret weapon of sorts for her mom's campaign. starting the speech off from memories from childhood which may have resonated with other working moms. later remarking on clinton's public service, calling her mom a role model and advocate who never forgets who she's fighting for. >> i'm voting for the progressive who will protect our
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planet from climate change and our communities from gun violence. she's a woman driven by compassion, faith, by a fierce sense of justice, and a heart full of love. >> reporter: and the question is will -- rather, undecided voters feel that love. even vice president joe biden said what hillary clinton needed to do was show america her heart. i was trying to count how many times the daughter chelsea clinton mentioned that word. she gave us a side of the presidential nominee we've never seen before. >> it was interesting to see how similar it was in goals, at least, to ivanka trump's speech. they both tried to make their parent seem like a human and seem like -- show their softer side and talk about parental sides. how was this speech received? >> it's funny you bring up ivanka. of course, it's similar because they have the same role. half the people i've been seeing on twitter responding saying chelsea did better. the other saying ivanka was more
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energized. chelsea has similar tendencies as her mother in terms of how serious, and some have accused her of being aloof. they were looking for more energy, more high energy like they saw with ivanka. many people said it was endearing to see chelsea speak about her mom. >> mixed reactions. adrienne, thank you. >> no problem. now it's official. the race is on. >> 101 days left to go. >> yes. >> and both parties, they partied out. two big conventions, but we need a final analysis. let's go to rick klein in philadelphia now that all the speeches are made. good morning, rick. what do you think? >> reporter: hillary clinton leaves philadelphia with a stronger coalition and a stronger message than ever. her party more united. her party more inclusive than it has been. a tightly scripted four days that were wild at times. in the end, hillary clinton able to craft a concrete and rather
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crisp message against donald trump, portraying him as unstable for the job. and for her, asking for a reintroduction, another chance for the american people. a fresh start. everything coming together in a night for the history books. hillary clinton accepting the nomination, moving on from her. >> all right. thanks to rick. it's been a busy campaign season for all our political team members. so the white house in the meantime is making it clear that it will stick with the long-standing tradition of classified information briefings with both nominees. those could begin early next week. >> that's despite questions whether hillary clinton mishandled classified information in emails when she was secretary of state. and about donald trump's call for russia to hack and release the e-mails. let's see where those lie. tom llamas reports. trump says he was joking. >> reporter: donald trump trying to retreat from his cyberbattle cry claiming he was being
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"sarcast "sarcastic" when he encouraged the russians to hack hillary clinton's e-mails. >> russia, if you're listening, i hope you're able to find the 30,000 e-mails that are missing. i think you will probably be rewarded mightily by our press. >> reporter: criticism raining down on trump for seeming to ask a hostile foreign government to meddle in an american election. but trump's message now? lighten up. his campaign again and again hitting that word, sarcasm. listen to mike pence. >> once again the national media takes what was clearly a sarcastic comment made by donald trump. a soft castic comment. -- sarcastic comment. they've taken a statement laced with sarcasm. >> reporter: trump wasn't backing away from his comments when he made them. >> do you have any qualms about asking a foreign government to hack into a system of anybody's in this country? >> that's up to the president. let the president talk to them. >> does that give you pause? >> no. gives me no pause.
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>> reporter: in fact, he applauded the idea of vladimir putin's regime hacking his democratic opponent. >> i hope they do. they probably have her 33,000 e-mails that she lost and deleted. because you'd see some beauties there. so let's see. >> reporter: from the clinton campaign, this cutting statement. "it's not sarcastic. it's never a joke. he's the republican nominee, and we should hold him accountable." tom llamas. in other headlines right now, it was an emotional gathering in baton rouge, louisiana, where that city's fallen police officers were honored right there in that room where vice president biden and the attorney general expressed support for the families of officers matthew gerald, montrell jackson and brad garafolo. they were killed by a gunman who authorities say was targeting police. the vice president said the slain officers were defined by their courage. protests in a boston suburb over a
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black lives matter banner. there was a rally. the banner has been hanging outside the city hall for a year. the mayor of the mostly white city says he won't take it down. he insists the only resolution will come from an open dialogue about race. microsoft is eliminating nearly 3,000 jobs. the layoffs will be mostly in the phone division as they restructure following the purchase of nokia. over the past two years microsoft has cut about 12,000 jobs. and anyone who has watched the show for a while knows kendis is a big fan of international sports. he supported france. we're not sure why in the european soccer championship. >> arguably the greatest soccer team out there. >> who did they lose to again, portugal? >> can't get enough of cricket. i was writing down the score for the last five days. india versus pakistan. >> because the games never end. >> uh-huh. so england and pakistan just finished up a four-day cricket match. four day. but not everyone is as excited as i was about this one. >> look at that guy.
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poor man. i guess the game went on so long and he couldn't take it anymore. he fell asleep in the stands. understandable. >> they started piling stuff on his head, but when an oddly dressed fan tried to put a beanie on there, well, that's where -- >> that's it. it was like a game of jenga that went awry. believe it or not, he slept through it all, or maybe he pretended to. maybe he didn't feel like dealing with them, but we get it. >> are we sure this was cricket? the results are the same. they lose no matter what. >> england won that one. by 330 runs, as you know. >> 330 runs. >> as you know. coming up, much anticipated arrival this weekend at the box office. jason bourne drawn out of shadows once again, this time to battle against one of the most
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a retrial scheduled this fall. the prosecutors moved to drop all charges due to recent unforeseen developments that were investigated over the past week. levy's disappearance and murder in washington's rock creek park in the summer of 2001 was huge news, ending the career of a powerful california congressman. gary condit. >> did you kill her? >> i did not. >> in may they asked to present new allegations in the retrial. they claim the congressman may have killed her during a rough sex act gone wrong. >> reporter: police ruled out condit years ago, and his lawyers have called the new allegations outrageous. no comment from them or the levy family. they won't elaborate on the new evidence in the case. well, coming up, is there such a thing as too much balloons at a convention? >> we'll find out. you're watching "world news now." you're watching "world news now."
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live picture inside the wells fargo center there in south philadelphia. and they're still cleaning up those thousands of balloons. >> a lot of balloons to pop. the democratic national convention reached the historic climax last night with hillary
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clinton taking the stage and delivering what is now, we're guessing, the most important speech of her life. >> while she made the case for herself, she devoted quite a bit of the speech to her republican rival. >> donald trump says he wants to make america great again. well, he could start by actually making things in america again. in atlantic city, 60 miles from here, you will find contractors and small businesses who lost everything because donald trump refused to pay his bills. he wants to divide us from the rest of the world and from each other. he's forgetting every last one of us. americans don't say, "i alone can fix it." we say, "we'll fix it together!" [ cheers ] so just ask yourself, do you
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really think donald trump has the temperament to be commander in chief? donald trump can't even handle the rough and tumble of a presidential campaign. imagine if you dare, imagine, imagine him in the oval office facing a real crisis. a man you can bait with a tweet is not a man we can trust with nuclear weapons. so enough with the bigotry and the bombast. donald trump is not offering real change. he's offering empty promises. america's strength does not come from lashing out. it relies on smarts, judgment, cool resolve and the precise and strategic application of power, and that's the kind of commander in chief i pledge to be. >> and it was a rousing speech. there were fireworks, but more
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importantly, there was a whole, whole lot of balloons. did you see the scene? >> you're really, really into the balloon drop. >> i mean, well, totally. this was the scene right after they all came on stage. mrs. clinton, senator kaine could barely walk around the stage. they couldn't see anybody. even the bernie sanders delegates in all that highlighted outfit couldn't be noticeable. >> do you think they were upset about the balloons? at one point bill clinton was holding a balloon and looking around with his mouth open. it seemed like he was taken aback by it all. ♪ >> go to our twitter page. i'll tweet out a scene where bill clinton kicks a balloon. we spared no expenses with our graphics and the balloons all around. >> what graphics? we're going to have a lot of cleanup after the show is over. ♪ >> it's amazing. and the music. obviously it's from --
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>> the live band that's playing here in the studio. coming up, "insomniac theater." excited for insomniac . hd-5 hd-5
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you have to stop it now. >> three words. stop it now. that's what many of the critics are saying about the franchise. this movie only scored a 50% splat on rotten tomatoes. one review says, it's a by-the-numbers action film that's not nearly as strong as the damon led predecessors. and another says matt damon looks great but the series is beat up. >> lighter fare. "bad moms" is a comedy. amy is an overcommitted and overachieving mother who reaches her boiling point in trying to be that perfect mom. she then joins forces with two other stressed out moms and they start a revolt. >> we're killing ourselves trying to be perfect, and it's making us insane. >> in this way and age, it's impossible to be a good mom. >> screw it. let's be bad moms. >> oh, i'm in. >> right?
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>> oh, my gosh. okay. this is exciting. i'm in. >> yes. to bad moms. >> to bad moms. >> but the critics aren't raising any glasses to bad moms, giving it a 59% splat. roger moore says, "the laughs aren't there. throwing in a torrent of f bombs was the male co-director's solution to every dead spot." and another, "your level of enjoyment is proportional to how many drinks you've had. my advice, make it a double." now we know, hit the bar first. >> basically no choices this weekend as far as new movies opening up. >> they're not looking great for jason bourne or bad moms, unless you go to the bar. >> just stay there. "bad moms, unless you go to the bar. " unless you go to the bar.
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this morning on "world news now," 25 years in the spotlight. hillary clinton delivers the biggest speech of her life. >> and chelsea clinton shared stories of her mother's softer side, and then it was showtime. the first woman to accept the presidential nomination of a marriage party made her pitch. a full wrap-up of philadelphia ahead. and donald trump had plenty to say about clinton's speech. he's also been busy explaining what he meant when he invited russia to hack clinton's e-mails. was it really a joke? and police cameras show the dramatic moments officers pulled a suspect from a burning vehicle after he crashed during a high speed chase. how they were able to save him with seconds to spare. and he's just a little garden statue, but this gnome
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has been around the world. and it's not the first time. apparently kidnapping gnomes and chronicling the roadtrip has reached an epidemic level. we'll get to the bottom of this on friday, july 29th. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> we should sing the b52 -- ♪ gnome if you want to ♪ gnome around the world. >> then people get the line. there you have it. we'll have the breaking gnome story as soon as we get to "the mix." we begin this half hour with hillary clinton's historic moment addressing the nation as the first presidential nominee of a major party that's a female. >> she blasted trump for making >> she ripped into donald trump, calling on americans to reject mean and divisive rhetoric. >> she blasted trump for making empty promises. she was introduced by her daughter who painted a picture of a loving mom, grandmother, and lifelong advocate for women, children, and many others.
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karen travers has the latest. >> reporter: hillary clinton where no woman has ever been before. >> and so, my friends, it is with humility, determination, and boundless confidence in america's promise that i accept your nomination for president of the united states. >> reporter: telling voters, "this election marks a critical point for our nation." >> we have to heal the divides in our country. >> reporter: clinton selling herself to americans as an experienced, steady hand and slamming donald trump as not being fit to lead. >> imagine him in the oval office facing a real crisis. a man you can bait with a tweet is not a man we can trust with nuclear weapons. [ cheers ] >> reporter: and she went right after his campaign slogan. >> america is great because america is good.
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[ cheers ] so enough with the bigotry and the bombast. donald trump is not offering real change. >> reporter: clinton was introduced by her daughter who spoke of her role as mom, grandmother, and champion for women. >> that's who my mom is. she's a listener and a doer. she's a woman driven by compassion, by faith, by a fierce sense of justice, and a heart full of love. >> reporter: and hillary clinton and tim kaine will now hit the campaign trail together. diane and kendis, their first stop in philadelphia, and then a three-day bus tour through pennsylvania and ohio. it's game on now for both tickets. get this -- 101 days until election day. >> quite a bit of time there. the camera looked at bernie sanders when hillary clinton made a shout out to him.
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he didn't look very happy. she did give him that shout out, but there were protests during her speech. tell us more. >> reporter: yeah, the bernie sanders supporters last night were all wearing yellow shirts. they actually glowed in the dark as well. even when the lights were dim, you knew where they were. there were reports there were going to be walkouts and loud protests. there were a couple of disruptions. the democratic party was prepared. there were immediate chants of usa, flags were waving. if you were listening at home, you probably didn't hear the original disturbances. >> given that dynamic in the arena, do you think she accomplished her mission, and how did her reception compare to donald trump's? >> reporter: i think this was a good speech for hillary clinton. there was a lot of criticism of her on the campaign trail, that she isn't as loose as president obama or bill clinton, but this
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was an effective speech for her. one key thing that struck me. she emphasized trust and temperament. her message was you can trust me because i can make the tough decisions and that donald trump does not have the temperament america needs in a crisis. those are critical parts of her campaign message over the next three months. >> and this morning even at this early hour, one of the top two trends of the u.s., one of the parents of a fallen muslim soldier who spoke to the crowd in a gripping way. the crowd reaction there? >> reporter: this was an incredible moment. we knew it was on the schedule but took a lot of us by surprise last night, speaking about their fallen soldier son, and then the key moment, though, calling out donald trump, asking him if he's ever read the constitution, and then pulling it out, holding up a paper small copy of the
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constitution say, "you can read mine." that's getting a lot of buzz today. >> a lot of elements getting a lot of buzz. and 101 more days to go. many more events, i'm sure. karen travers for us in philadelphia. karen, thank you so much. >> reporter: thank you. and they had barely unleashed the balloons on the floor when donald trump unleashed a series of tweets, including one accusing clinton of being owned by wall street. during a campaign stop in iowa, he blasted nearly everyone who spoke about him at the democratic national convention, taking aim at one person he refused to name. >> they're really saying bad things about me. i'm going to hit him so hard -- i was going to hit one guy in particular, a very little guy. i was going to hit this guy so hard his head would spin. he wouldn't know what the hell happened. >> the speculation is that trump was referring to michael bloomberg. the trump campaign also spent much of the day walking back his call for russia to hack and release hillary clinton's e-mails. saying he was being sarcastic. and north carolina's gop is
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apologizing to tim kaine. in a tweet the state's republican party said it was shameful for kaine to wear what it thought of a lapel pin of a flag. it's a blue star tribute. it's worn by family of blue star men and women. you might remember his son is deployed with the marines. to breaking news right now from the west coast. two san diego police officers have been shot. it's sparked a massive search for the suspect or suspects in the southeast section of the city located about a mile from a naval base there in san diego. both officers have been taken to the hospital. their conditions are not known at this time. we're going to have more as the details come in about that shooting there in san diego. the u.s. military is investigating reports that civilians were killed in a coalition air strike in northern syria. that strike was in a city that was a hub for isis. meantime, the u.s. has confirmed that between last july and this past
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april, 14 civilians died in u.s. air strikes in syria and iraq. also north korea says the u.s. has effectively declared war by putting kim jong-un on the list of sanctioned individuals. it's also warning that a showdown could erupt if the u.s. and south korea hold annual joint military exercises as planned next month. in florida, the state's largest supplier of blood is making change over fears about the zika virus. the company will beginning testing all blood collections for the virus. this comes when the fda announced it was suspending blood donations in miami-dade and broward counties. it comes after four cases of so-called home-grown cases were zika have been found in the state. american airlines took a quick action after a scare on one of the flights. passengers saw flames shooting out of an engine after takeoff from dallas-ft. worth international. the pilot turned the plane around.
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the problem was the engine was backfiring. the 130 passengers spent the night in a hotel and made it to seattle yesterday safely. american has changed out that engine. there's another traveler with many stories to tell, but i don't think we're going to get him to start talking to us. >> he won't be able to say a word about it. for a long time he sat outside bev york's house. this was in british columbia, canada. >> there he is. >> last december he disappeared. he was back with a story. it shows the gnome on his travels to mexico. >> he was dubbed leopold. he had at least one margarita and made it to the grand canyon. >> he is back in place. leaning against the sign post. maybe he's still feeling the effects of the margarita. >> and his rightful owners have no idea who took him and how he went to all these places. >> the only clue is the picture of him next to the sleeping boy. >> she said she doesn't recognize the boy. >> it's not the first time we've had these apb out for gnomes
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that have gone missing. we've had other similar stories where it's been part of a prank that's taken place throughout. >> he needed a little adventure. >> yeah. he's young. all right. we'll keep you abreast on how long he stays in d.c. coming up, we're hearing for the first time from the victim of that hands-up shooting in miami. the behavioral therapist shot by a police officer while trying to help an autism patient. what he's saying now after seeing the patient after the shooting. and history made on the final night of the democratic national convention. hillary clinton delivered the speech of her life, but was it enough to sway the crucial swing voters? tell us what you think on facebook, wnnfans.com, and on twitter, abcwnn. facebook, wnnfans.com, and on twitter, abcwnn. twitter, abcwnn.
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a [ siren ] a burglary suspect in texas is probably happy police caught up with him. officers had to rescue him from a burning car after a high speed chase. speeds reached more than 100 miles per hour before slamming into another vehicle. the suspect and two alleged accomplices are facing charges. >> a behavioral therapist shot by police got to visit the by police while trying to help an autistic patients finally got to visit that patient once again. >> the unarmed black man is speaking out for the first time
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after visiting the young man in the hospital. >> reporter: the man shot by police on a florida street as he tried to help a young man with autism speaking out for the first time since leaving the hospital. >> there was nothing else i could have done. i believe i did everything the right way. >> reporter: behavioral therapist charles kinsey seen in this video pleading with police. moments later, one officer shooting kinsey in the leg, claiming he was actually aiming for 26-year-old, the patient, thinking he had a gun. rios sent to the hospital distraught by the whole encounter. >> when i heard he was in the hospital, it saddened me. >> reporter: as for himself, he says he's healed physically but not mentally. reuniting with rios. >> when he seen me, he jumped and came right to me. i really wanted to cry. >> reporter: we've learned the attorney for rios called on the department of justice to investigate this shooting.
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abc news, new york. >> that officer is on paid administrative leave. the police union said he was aiming for the patient and thought that kinsey was in danger. >> they said it was based on the angle. the angle you saw, they couldn't tell he had his hands up at the time. that's why the officer apparently fired. well, coming up in our next half hour, three main "sesame street" cast members given pink slips after 45 years on the show. they're known as bob, gordon, louise, and why they've been drops coming up in "the skinny." first, hillary clinton's make-or-break moment. was it enough to win over the impassioned sanders' supporters? that's next. "world news now" continues after this.
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♪ pop star katy perry there belting out her newest single last night on the stage of the dnc in philadelphia. urging the crowd to roar as well for hillary clinton. >> meanwhile clinton and her historic speech was trying to appeal to the swing voters. bernie sanders' fans and others. did the right people hear her message? we're up "all nightline" with
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abc's david wright. >> reporter: hillary clinton has a wealth of experience. eight years as first lady. eight years in the senate. four years as secretary of state. the flip side, some say she's the ultimate insider. it's an impression the democrats sought to counter this week. >> she is still the best darn change-maker i have ever known. >> reporter: even her former rivals admire her endurance. >> no matter how daunting the odds. no matter how much people try to knock her down, she never, ever quits. >> reporter: the flip side of that is an amount of defensiveness. recently on "60 minutes," she insisted she's held to a different standard. >> i often feel like there's the hillary standard and then the standard for everybody else. >> what's the hillary standard? >> unfounded, mean-spirited attacks with no basis in truth, reality which take on a life of their own.
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>> reporter: that may explain but not excuse why she broke state department rules and set up a private e-mail server for her government business. the fact that clinton is a woman should be a plus in a country where more than half the voters are women, many of whom rightly believe it's time for the united states to follow the trend of other nations, many trusting the job -- the top job to a woman. nearly half of american women view hillary clinton unfavorably. 48%. >> there is a hesitancy around women candidates. it's still there. part of it is that you have to put yourself forward. and women find that somewhat hard to take. we were all raised that you're not supposed to toot your own horn. >> reporter: there's no question she's been subjected to a different level of scrutiny than most male politicians. her every hairstyle, every pantsuit dissected for 25 years. back in 2008,
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she played down her femininity, emphasizing her toughness. this time around, she highlighted her role as a mother and grandmother. hillary clinton is hoping to make history. tonight she did. >> when there are no ceilings, the sky's the limit. [ cheers ] >> reporter: there's still one more crack she's hoping to make in that glass ceiling. david wright for "nightline," new york. >> one more crack, and one more crack and also trying to pop all those balloons in the meantime. thousands of them. big ones. >> apparently when she was young, hillary clinton -- hillary rodham at the time, wasn't interested in politics. she dreamed of becoming a journalist, and an astronaut and a baseball player. we need to get her out there to throw a first pitch. see where these baseball dreams came from. >> i don't know. take a look at her with the balloons. i don't know that she has much of a pitch. >> have you ever tried to throw or kick a balloon?
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it's very hard to look cool. >> look. it ricochetted. that first pitch might be tough.
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they both underwent the operation on wednesday and are both doing fine. >> generous friend. >> it is. in wisconsin, they decided to have fun with mom. he changed all the family photo faces, each day, changed a new photo to steve bush cemi's face. he said dad noticed on day two. mom didn't notice until the fifth day when she looked at the brother's graduation photo and noted there was something off. the prank has gone viral. ♪ >> from subculture arts underground in new york city, the western swing club of cowtown. ♪ that's the world news polka around the world and up your street the skinny is our gotham street ♪ that's the world news polka note
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this morning on "world news now," hillary clinton makes history, officially accepting the nomination for president. the well-known candidate reintroduced herself to america and of course took hits at donald trump. we're live in philadelphia with the latest reactions from the final night of the dnc. dutiful daughters you might call them. first ivanka, then chelsea in the spotlight. one week apart making the most important speeches of their lives. their roles in the bruising campaign to come. new this half hour, colorado firefighters make an attempted rescue, captivating social media. it had nothing to do with fire. >> it was a horse. the dramatic moments playing out with the hashtag #savecupcake trending worldwide. and three cast members
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kicked off "sesame street" after more than 40 years on the show. hear who and why on "the skinny" ahead on this friday, july 29th. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> i know you watch "sesame street" every day. are you upset? >> a tough things. i didn't know it was still on air. we'll get to that a little bit later. good morning, i'm diane macedo. >> i'm kendis gibson. this morning, hillary clinton begins the day as the first woman to be a major party presidential candidate. >> already very well known in the political arena, clinton aimed to show who she is beyond her resume and why she belongs in the white house and donald trump doesn't. we get the latest from byron pitts. >> reporter: the speech of a lifetime. hillary rodham clinton on stage alone, savoring her moment. [ chanting "hillary!" ] making her case to become commander in chief. the first woman to get the nomination of a marriage party.
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>> and so my friends, it is with humility, determination, and boundless confidence in america's promise that i accept your nomination for president of the united states! [ cheers ] >> reporter: emotions were high in the arena. >> standing here as my mother's daughter and my daughter's mother, i'm so happy this day has come. when there are no ceilings, the sky's the limit. [ cheers ] >> reporter: she attempted to answer that burning question, who is hillary clinton in her heart. >> i get it. that some people just don't know what to make of me. so let me tell you. >> reporter: she spoke fondly of her family. while the 42nd president watched on visibly moved. addressing her husband and their past, she went there. >> and bill, that conversation
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we started in the law library 45 years ago, it is still going strong. you know that conversation has lasted through good times that filled us with joy and hard times that tested us. [ chants ] if you believe the minimum wage should be a living wage and no one working full-time should have to raise their children in poverty, join us. if you believe that every man, woman, and child in america has the right to affordable health care, join us. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: her speech full of conviction, emphasizing unity as the key to america's strength. but also focusing on the issues in a speech that lasted nearly an hour. >> we have to heal the divides in our country.
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not just on guns but on race, immigration, and more. >> reporter: the balloons fall. spirits soar. this is the hopeful side of history. the hard and likely ugly home stretch begins in the morning. ♪ and like donald trump, clinton was introduced by her daughter. >> but it looks like that's pretty much where the similarities ended. for more on clinton's big night, we'll turn to karen travers in philadelphia. karen, good morning. we've now seen both hillary clinton and donald trump do their big speeches, and many of the pundits are weighing in on the key differences between the two of them this morning. >> reporter: i think the one big thing is specifics. last night you heard hillary clinton start citing everyday americans that she has met over her career who inspired her, who moved her in some way, and she then acted because of them. very detailed. giving their names.
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giving their story. all part of building her resume and showing her experience. republicans last week say donald trump didn't offer anything like that. if he talked about jobs, he didn't say who he created one for. if he talked about businesses, he didn't say who he helped. republican consultants and voters, that's what we were hearing. they wanted to hear more from donald trump. i think the clinton campaign, who we know were writing the speech up until last night, tweaking things, perhaps taking that to hart and offering as many specifics as possible. karen, the goal was unity, but there was a moment during general allen's speech where it sounded like there were dueling chants coming from the floor. what happened there? >> reporter: that was pretty incredible. general allen, who was the commander of u.s. forces in afghanistan, giving a very strong endorsement for hillary clinton and her national security credentia credentials. and while he was speaking, some of the bernie sanders supporters, mostly focused in the california section, chanting
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"no more wars" or "end the wars." and quickly the crowd around them drowning those protesters out with chants of usa. general allen even getting in on that. just a striking scene to see at a democratic event like that. it's certainly we've seen more over the years at republican events with anti-war protesters. >> and, karen, as they are popping many of the remaining balloons behind you, obviously somebody visited party city before the convention. what's next for the campaign? i know clinton and tim kaine, are they planning on going out together or what are they doing? >> reporter: they didn't have to stick around and pop the probably billion balloons on the convention floor right now. they're going to hit the campaign trail today in philadelphia, holding a rally, and then it's off on a three-day bus tour. they'll make stops in pennsylvania in the next day and a half and then into ohio. there is nothing more official of kicking off the general election season than a good old bus tour through ohio and pennsylvania.
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it's not going to be the last time the candidates make the stops. this just basically signals this is it. this is time. it's game on. 101 days until election day. we've got a lot of campaigning to go. >> yeah. it's the longest general election season since 1960. karen travers live in philadelphia this morning. thank you. and they'll be popping the balloons until election day, probably in philadelphia. okay. so donald trump didn't waste much time tweeting no one has worse judgment than hillary clinton. it comes after a day of questioning about his judgment for calling an russia to hack and publish hillary clinton's private e-mails. he insists he was being sarcastic. he says it's unsafe for hillary clinton to get national security briefings. democrats argue he's the one who shouldn't have access to classified information. the white house is ending that debate, now saying both candidates will receive those briefings which could begin as early as next week.
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>> turning now to the out of control wildfire raging in northern california, the fire near big sur has already destroyed about three dozen homes and threatens 2,000 more. officials estimate it will take until the end of august to extinguish the blaze which has already burned 42 squire miles. this new jersey teenager got the shock of a lifetime. quite literally. lightning knocked the 16-year-old right off his feet. he was recording the storm over bradley beach on the jersey shore when the bolt hit the ground right next to him. he had to go to the er. he escaped without a scratch. so anyone who saw the hash tag that was trending yesterday, #savecupca #savecupcake, don't worry. georgetown cupcake will be open later. >> that's not what it was about. everyone need to know cupcake is fine. cupcake, this one, a
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13-year-old horse who fell over in muddy water during a horseback ride in colorado state park. a fire rescue squad came and saved the day. >> cupcake does look exhausted. so apparently they brought in a vet who hooked her up to an iv that gave her more energy. >> it took two hours to get her up and back home. she's now making a full recovery. >> cupcake. yeah. are you saying sea biscuit was not a biscuit? >> sea biscuit was not a biscuit. >> no. >> okay. >> the dutiful daughters taking the stage at two political conventions. a first daughter of politics and a first daughter of business. the message last night from chelsea clinton about why voters should put her mother in the oval office. and why there won't be any more sunny days on "sesame street" for three of the mainstay cast members. who got the boost and what the show is saying ahead in "the skinny." first, a look at the temperatures.
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a look at broad street on this friday morning as it is. a look at broad street on this friday morning as it is. call it a dutiful daughter takes the stage act two. >> one week after ivanka trump took the convention stage to support her father, former first daughter chelsea clinton made her plea on behalf of her mother. >> the similarities don't end there. apparently there are many similarities. >> good morning. yes, in the most historic
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primary season, the final night of the democratic national convention mirrors what we saw with the republican party, a proud daughter introducing her parent, making a case for why they should be the next president of the united states. >> this november i'm voting for a woman who is my role model as a mother and as an advocate. >> reporter: chelsea clinton introducing her mother and sharing childhood memories from storytime and soccer games. >> that feeling of being valued and loved, that's what my mom wants for every child. [ applause ] >> reporter: from the rnc to the dnc, the pictures of these powerful daughters look almost identical, but their tasks on the final night of the respective conventions unique. uvanka trump presented a view of her father as a man who supports
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women. >> he will fight for equal pay for equal work. and i will fight for this, too, right alongside of him. >> reporter: chelsea shining a light on a nurturing, gentler side of her mother. >> i've seen her promising to do everything she could to help. she always feels like there isn't a moment to lose. because she knows that for that mother, for that family, there isn't. >> reporter: not long ago trump and clinton would be names you would hear together. chelsea opening up about their rip on -- their relationship on "e.t." >> we talk about everything. i'm so grateful she's my friend. i think she's a great woman. >> reporter: it's uncanny that they share such a unique place in history and so many similarities. both 30-somethings work for the family business. both live in multimillion dollar apartments in new york and were pregnant at the same time. both with experiences well beyond their years.
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but over the past year, it's been about making a clear distinction. chelsea had been campaigning hard for her mom prior to the birth of her son in june. it's expected she'll continue to be involved leading up to november. >> well, not only are chelsea and ivanka friends, their husbands know each other and introduced them. how does that work out now? >> this is the thing. we don't know what goes on in the lives of close people. >> has to be complicated. >> close and rich people. >> close and very, very wealthy. >> kendis is trying to know hard to know what goes on in their lives. >> there has been talk that the campaigns asked them nicely to kind of avoid interacting with each other until november which would make sense. they have been sparring a little more on social media. chelsea clinton criticizing ivanka's statement that her father was fighting for women to have equal work, equal pay, saying your father has never mentioned this, but he has a job
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history that would reflect that, according to ivanka. >> a social mediati tiff betwee the ladies? >> i wouldn't say a tiff. they probably have a play date scheduled after the election. we'll see. >> adrienne, thank you so much. we love having you on. thank you. >> thank you. when we come back, katy perry rises and roars for hillary clinton amid a fashion deja vu. >> kind of. and guess who got fired from "sesame street". who do you think? the guy in the trash? street. who do you think? the guy in the trash?
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♪ ♪ ♪ a lot of star power to talk about this week in "the skinny" with the dnc. it was the final night of the democratic national convention. >> and a huge star. she's appeared on the super bowl and now katy perry trying to bridge a political gap to a new generation of voters. high energy opening with her new anthem called "rise" and her significant song "roar." >> she tweaked the words and implored the crowd to roar for hillary. also on the stage, a bit of fashion deja vu.
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that's ohio congresswoman joyce beatty sporting the exact same dress worn a week earlier at the republican national convention by melania donald trump during her keynote address. >> it's not known who got their dress first. you got to wonder. was this a fashion faux pas or was it something done on purpose? >> i'm thinking it was a dress plagiarism. >> a who wore it best contest? >> i think they both wore it beautifully in their respect. next, some bombshell news from the gold standard in children's television program. >> three men on "sesame street" have been let go after more than 40 years of a show. bob mcgrath who was a charter character when the show premiered in 1969 as bob the music teacher. and 72-year-old roscoe orman who joined the cast as gordon the science teacher in 1974. >> then 76-year-old emilio delgado. he was the handy neighborhood
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handyman. the producers of "sesame street" say the content of today's children is evolving and the characters have to evolve. the reports claim the show will try to appeal to more tech savvy kids. >> and props for the lower third who said f is for fire. hbo, who is set to start airing "sesame street" this year, insists they have nothing to do with the production of the show. a statement from "sesame" workshop said the three men will continue to represent the show at public events. finally, we're seeing the softer side of the rock. >> dwayne "the rock" johnson has shared this photo of himself on instagram jumping in to diaper duty for seven month old daughter, jasmine. >> it was on his private jet. quoting, "regardless of where we're at, when number two happens with my baby girl, i'm the number one man for the job." >> hash tags, working man. daddy's got you. just keep playing with your toys. mama, i will deal with back spasms later. >> that's good on the rock.
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>> absolutely. all dads need to change a few diapers. >> weekly rewind coming up next. >> weekly rewind coming up next. change a few diapers. >> weekly rewind coming up next. "weekly rewind coming up next. " coming up next.
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a little touch is all it takes. k-y touch. as we close out another busy ♪ as we close out another busy week, what's been, thankfully, i should say absent from the headlines. no shootings to talk about, coup attempts, and shark attacks. >> can you guess what did take center age? let's check out our weekly friday "rewind." >> if there are any little girls out there who stayed up late to watch, let me just say i may become the first woman president, but one of you is next. >> there has never been a man or a woman, not me, not bill, nobody more qualified than hillary clinton to serve as president of the united states
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of the united states of america. [ cheers ] >> hillary clinton will make an outstanding president, and i am proud to stand with her tonight. >> democratic party has been colluding with hillary, and they're not being democratic or fair and gave bernie a chance. >> it's with enormous pride that i cast my vote for bernie sanders. >> i wake up every morning in a house that was built by slaves. [ applause ] and i watch my daughters, two beautiful, intelligent black young women, playing with their dogs on the white house lawn. >> slaves that worked there were well fed and had decent lodgings provided by the government. >> you know who i don't trust? i wonder. >> russia, if you're listening, i hope you're able to find the 30,000 e-mails that are missing.
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>> i'm a new yorker. and i know a con when i see one. >> we are not going to be donald trump's hate-filled america. not now. not ever. >> mom, grandma would be so, so proud of you tonight. >> i accept your nomination for president of the united states. [ cheers ] ♪ what the world needs now is love sweet love ♪ ♪ it's the only thing there's just too little of ♪ >> it's been all about politics. later today the clinton/kaine team plans to start their bus tour. >> and donald trump and his running mate making the rounds. they'll both be headed to charlotte next week. >> it's national psychic week next week. next week.
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weekend. making news in america this morning, history made. hillary clinton accepts her party's nomination outlining her vision for america and taking shots at her republican opponent. >> he spoke for 70 odd minutes and i do mean odd. no wonder he doesn't like talking about his plans. >> clinton's big night in the spotlight. bernie sanders supporters not going down without a fight. we're live in philadelphia. and donald trump voices his frustrations as well taking shots at several speakers at the dnc but especially focusing on one. >> i was going to hit one guy in particular, a very little guy. >> so, who is that guy he wants to hit? >> who is that little guy and breaking right now two police officers shot overnight. a major update on this massive manhunt for suspects just in.

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