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making news in america this morning, one-on-one with donald trump. overnight the republican candidate discussed a number of issues with abc news including paul ryan, voter fraud and his treatment of women. >> have you crossed the line in the past with women ever? >> i don't think so. >> see his answer plus melania trump talking about her husband's past remarks on that 2005 leaked video on a bus. the mosul offensive. the second day of a campaign to retake the iraqi city. a live update in the critical battle against isis. and some computer problems for a major airlines overnight. the systems crashed and it affected reservations. we have new details on what's happening. caught on camera, a man dodges death when a huge piece of glass falls from the ceiling.
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a good tuesday morning. we begin with donald trump's wife coming to his defense and dismissing his 2005 comments about grabbing women as boy talk. >> breaking her silence melania trump also rejecting the allegations of nine women who say her husband groped or kissed them against their will. and she's echoing his claim that the media is trying to derail his campaign. meantime, trump talked to abc news about the allegations and he's still telling supporters that the election is rigged. abc's stephanie ramos has the latest for us from washington. good morning, stephanie. >> reporter: kendis and diane, good morning. you've got it, melania trump sitting down for the first time to talk about donald trump's sexually aggressive comments on that bus but she's not only talking about that, she's also talking about the election agreeing with her husband that it may be rigged. melania trump hasn't said much throughout the campaign season but she's speaking out now about her husband's infamous hot mike moment.
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>> i said to my husband that, you know, the language is unappropriate. it's not acceptable. >> reporter: melania speaking to cnn about trump's so-called locker room talk on that "access hollywood" bus. >> i'm wondering when you first saw it, when you first heard it, what did you think? >> they were kind of a boy talk and he was lead on like egg on from the host to say dirty and bad stuff. >> when you're a star they let you do it. you can do anything. >> whatever you want. >> grab them by the [ bleep ]. >> reporter: in an interview set to air on "good morning america" donald trump says he's never crossed the line with women ever. >> i don't think so. i have great respect for women. i have tremendous respect for women. these people come up, maybe for a little fame or maybe for some other reason or maybe because they're a part of the clinton campaign. >> reporter: the gop nominee insisting with no proof that there's a conspiracy to rig the election. >> people are coming in to vote
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and they're not registered. people are coming in as illegal immigrants, they don't have the right to vote and coming in and voting. and you're not surprised to hear this. you see it all over the country but there's tremendous voter fraud, and we really want it stopped. it can make the difference between winning and losing in an election. >> reporter: meanwhile, hillary clinton is behind closed doors practicing for the final presidential debate. her husband and daughter stepping in for her at this glitzy star-studded fund-raiser in new york city last night. >> in 3 weeks after 240 years and 56 elections, the united states will have its first woman president. >> reporter: a new national cbs poll shows clinton with an 11-point lead over trump a day before they face off on the debate stage for one last showdown. kendis, diane. >> those polls also showing that she has a lead in colorado where donald trump has several events today. stephanie, thank you. trump has been lashing out at house speaker paul ryan since
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ryan said he'd no longer campaign for him or defend him. >> during that interview conducted in his home state he took another swipe suggesting the speaker may want him to lose. >> i think he can be more supportive to the republican nominee. we're doing well. i think we're going to win the election. >> do you think he wants you to win? >> well, maybe not because maybe he wants to run in four years. or maybe he doesn't know how to win. maybe he doesn't know how to win. i mean, who can really know? >> trump also slammed other republicans who have pulled their support or even expressed confidence that the election will not be fixed. happening right now it is day two of the battle to recapture iraq's second largest city from isis and about 30,000 iraqi government troops and kurdish fighters are out on the outskirts of mosul. >> progress is slow as they're met by rockets and in some cases suicide bombers in trucks. abc's alex marquardt joins us now from the phone from iraq. alex, how is it looking right now? >> reporter: good morning, kendis. good morning, diane. well, you're absolutely right. there is progress but it is slow. both american officials at the
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pentagon and iraqi military sources are telling us that everything is going according to plan, but that the progress is slow. this is a battle, keep in mind, that was expected to take weeks or months and so the initial push towards mosul was to liberate villages in the plains around the city of mosul where we understand there's still around 1 million people and we understand around 25 villages have now been liberated both between the kurdish forces who we have spent time with as well as the iraqi forces. the kurds now say that after the initial advance on the first day they're going to dig in. they're going to hold back and let the bulk of the forces who are iraqi make that push, so what we're hearing this morning is that a new push is under way but as you noted that can be slow, not just because of the suicide bombers that isis has sent forward, and they claim to have sent around a dozen of them to meet the incoming advance yesterday, but it's also extremely slow because there are
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ieds, improvised explosive devices, all along the roads and in the fields, so it's very complicated and it's very slow going. >> alex, i know you're at a refugee camp right now. what's the situation like there? >> reporter: well, i'm in a refugee camp just outside of erbil where there's 30,000. many of the people who we have spoken with have come from the villages and towns under isis control. we spoke with a man named hussein who is an english teacher. he was saying he and his brothers were on a list of 250 people to kill in their village by isis because they did not support isis. now, the u.n. has warned that around a million people could flee the fighting from mosul. so far we have not seen that happening yet. keep in mind, the battle is barely 36 hours old. so in the coming weeks and possibly months there could be
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hundreds of thousands, even up to a million people who do flee that fighting. the u.n. and other aid agencies warning this could be the biggest humanitarian crisis this year. the u.n. officials who are speaking with now are certainly bracing themselves for it. we know that the emergency camps that have been set up by the u.n. and other agencies can only accommodate several hundred thousand, so there's still a great need, and there's a great fear, in fact, that that million dollar -- sorry -- that million person number could be reached. >> abc's alex marquardt joining us from iraq where isis is not giving up easily. thank you. we've got some more breaking news from that region. overnight russia announced it has stopped air strikes on the syrian city of aleppo. just yesterday moscow promised an eight-hour pause on thursday so the residents could leave the city. united nations agencies said that wasn't enough time. they wanted 48 hours. also yesterday russian and syrian air strikes killed at least three dozen people, 14 of
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them members of one single family. one of the country's top former generals will be sentenced in january after pleading guilty to making false statements to the fbi. retired marine general james cartwright is a former vice chairman of the joint chiefs of staff. he admitting to making those false statements during an investigation into a leak of classified information about a covert cyberattack on a nuclear facility. now the offense carries a sentence of up to five years in prison. but under a plea deal prosecutors will recommend cartwright spend no more than six months behind bars. cartwright is a former abc news contributor. now to the summerlike warmth from texas to new york. today's temperatures are threatening to break record highs in several cities. 86 in atlanta, 81 in new york, 83 in philadelphia, and here's a look at yesterday's record-breaking number, as well. it hit 101 in dodge city, kansas, a place that had never seen triple-digit temperatures in october.
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timing is everything when it comes to working out. a new study revealing the best time to exercise. and look out below. a man narrowly escapes a glass ceiling as it comes crashing down.
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the apartment building where the fire was. when things like this happen, i think you find a new perspective on life. hi. red cross put us in a hotel so we were able to stay together. we're strong and, if we overcame that or if we can overcome that,
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we can overcome anything, so. [ sniffle ] the stepdaughter of a man who allegedly tried to kill two california police officers says he may have been trying to commit suicide. police in vallejo in the bay area identified the suspect as adam powell. the ex-con is currently being treated for life-threatening injuries he suffered in the aftermath of the attack at a starbucks there. family members say hours before the attempted ambush, powell's 2-year-old son accidentally shot himself. the infant is expected to survive. the officers were not injured in the attack because powell's assault weapon jammed. grim statistics this morning are shedding new light on the
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crisis in chicago. according to "the chicago tribune," 3,475 people have been shot in the city this year. that's 1,000 more people shot compared to this time last year. and there have been 595 deadly shootings. that's 186 more than this time last year. a former caregiver accused of illegally occupying an elderly couple's home has been arrested and removed from the san diego house. cheryl sherrell was hired as a live-in aide but when alan breslauer died she refused to leave, even forcing out his 90-year-old widow. officials say not only did she not pay rent, she took in other tenants and charged them rent. the reservation system problems for several airlines have been resolved. southwest, virgin america, jetblue as well as other airlines are served by sabre corporation. but for several hours the system was not work at all. the exact problem depended on the airline. sabre says it was a technical error, not a hack.
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and to medical news now and when it comes to exercise, apparently timing is everything. so get this, researchers in new zealand found that diabetics who exercised after dinner brought their blood sugar levels down by 22%. they say the results are probably more pronounced at that time because dinner usually has the highest level of carbs. >> all right. go for a walk after dinner. >> after, yep. when we come back, video of a man getting arrested after he says he was just walking down the street. this morning, the officer explains the encounter. and why an nfl player wore a dinosaur costume to warm up before his game.
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the sidewalk was closed for construction but the officer says he was impeding the roadway and there's a lot more that happened before the video starts. a controversial encounter sparking outrage. >> you can't just put your hands on me like that. >> reporter: that's a plainclothes police officer stopping larnie thomas, a black man, for walking on the shoulder of a road in an upscale minneapolis suburb as the nearby sidewalk is closed for construction. you can see the officer lieutenant t. olson holding on to his jacket as he keeps walking. >> you're going to take me to jail for this. >> reporter: in the seven-minute-long video, thomas quickly grows agitated. >> can you put your hands off me. >> reporter: the officer says thomas was impeding the roadway but janet rowes, the woman recording the video, says he was hugging the right side of construction. the officer who appears to remain calm refuses to let go of him. >> he's scared, sir. >> you get your hand on me. >> reporter: thomas then removes his jacket and later his shirt before another officer arrives handcuffing him and citing him for disorderly conduct. >> no, he never said that. >> there should have been more communication. more de-escalation and that
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just wasn't taking place. >> the town's mayor says the officer involved was following established protocol which he says is now being reviewed. we'll have much more in a live report on "good morning america." a young man in argentina is calling it a miracle after he narrowly escaped a terrible accident. the university student was chatting with the security guard when the guard suddenly runs away. now, the student follows suit and that's what happens next just in the nick of time. dodged the glass that comes crashing down from the ceiling. an arizona man is both lucky and perhaps a little embarrassed this morning after he had to be rescued from his chimney. so the 26-year-old tucson man forgot his keys in the house so he decided to enter through the chimney but got stuck. you see the result. neighbors heard him screaming and called 911. >> probably figuring out where to put his spare keys somewhere outside the house.
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now to sports, the national league championship series resumes in los angeles and the dodgers and cubs are tied at one game apiece. >> we get the highlights from espn. good morning, america. cameron and matt from istanbul are in the studio audience. let's play baseball. terry francona right there, and those are probably just some sunflower seeds, in toronto, best of seven and cleveland is already up -- they're partying in napolese. mike napoli, marcus strohman, cleveland up 2-1. jason kipnis, and he'll hit anything. hits that solo. cleveland up, 3-2. bottom nine, andrew miller, darwin barney, beaver nation. that's a nice play by kipnis. cleveland 4-2, up 3-0 in the series. monday night football as seen on espn, david johnson went to northern iowa. so did kurt warner. kurt warner used to be the
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quarterback for this team, the arizona cardinals. kurt warner once bagged groceries. david johnson bags the jets' defense. 58 yards right there. look at this. walk in the park. great blocking. two offensive guards got the gruden grinder. ryan fitzpatrick has a great beard. that's not helping him there. d.j. swearinger the pick. fitzpatrick got replaced by geno smith late. the cardinals win 28-3. arizona with seattle next sunday night. we're already getting ready for that one. >> i'm sure the folks from istanbul are excited about it. thank you. and it was a curious scene on the field in arizona before the football game last night. inside that dinosaur suit is cardinals defensive back patrick peterson. >> so he warmed up for the game against the jets in that outfit. apparently it was peterson's pushment for losing a bet against some teammates. i got to keep that in mind when we make a wager.
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>> good morning, north bay. this is abc7 morning. >> good morning on tuesday october 18. i am natasha zouves. >> i am reggie aqui with jess yes and meteorologist mike nicco and tracks tracks. we get warmer each day. >> yes. the key this morning is the fog. and how thick it will be. good morning, everyone. the morning commute is much easier than it has been the last couple of days because of the lack of rain. you can see fog developing around petaluma and we had three-quarters mile visibility early in santa rosa so the fog is moving. starting in the 40s and 50s on the way to low-to-mid 60s with total sunshine and mostly sunny this afternoon, and nearly 70s for the rest of us. >> alexis? >> great for tuesday, better than yesterday. looking at san mateo bridge, eastbound 92 before the toll plaza, we had a crash clear in
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the last few minutes. that was on the lighter side, and did not cause a delay. westbound 205 to 580 through the altamont pass we have crimestoppers volumes but nothing compared to yesterday. we will look at drive times next. >> we have breaking news in marin county, the c.h.p. is on the scene of this bad crash in western marin, three people have been killed after midnight on sir francis drake boulevard east of highway one. this is not far from point reyes. you can see the car is ripped in two. both parts are against the trees. a bad crash. sir francis drake is closed in both directions. we have a news crew headed that way. can you follow us on twitter@abc7newsbayarea. terrible video. >> man is in custody accused of intentionally running down and killing a warehouse worker in the east by. police have identified the
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driver as 27-yearld kadeem edwards. he hit the warehouse worker at true world foods a warehouse distribution center. police say the worker was trying to stop him from stealing pallets and was run over. >> he paid the tragic price of doing the right thing. our hearts go out to the victim and all the remain employees in true world foods and the family of the victim and his friends. very, very tragic. >> oakland people spotted the truck a few hours later. the victim's identity is not released. >> people outraged over the brock town other sex assault case are turning to another student athlete, this athlete cut a deal with the same judge as brock turner, and his punishment was too lenient. matt keller in palo alto. >> matt? >> good morning, another athlete, another case of violence against women, and the same judge

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