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live where you live. this is abc7 news. >> outrage tonight over offensive comments from president trump. while discussing immigration with lawmakers in the oval office, he used vulgarity to describe certain countries. good evening. i'm kristen sze. >> i'm eric thomas. the comment was made after the president learned of a plan for haitians and some people from africa to come to the u.s. >> the political fauout has been swift and widespread. reporter tiffany wilson is live with local reaction. >> kristin, according to people inside the oval office, president trump didn't just criticize people from haiti, el salvador and africa, he also suggested that the u.s. should try to bring in more people from places like norway. his comments have ignited a firestorm. after hearing about an immigration plan that includes protections for people from
haiti, el salvador and some african countries trump reportedly said why are we having all of these people from expletive countries come here? the white house is not denying his profane remarks. >> the question he asked was very rhetorical. why are we taking people from countries that produce high instances of illness and violence. >> chairman of the hispanic republicans says it was just president trump showing his new york upbringing. >> would i use that terminology, no, but i'm not the president. >> the bay area action committee says there's no i couldn't have indication for his attack. >> we think it's disgusting what he said, it's a reflection of his mind-set, his racism and his white supremacy. >> congressman mark desaulnier is weighing in. >> it's loathsome. i'm not a supporter of the president. i'm not a fan. >> trump's twitter account has been silent about the subject
although many others including dianne feinstein used media to denounce his words calling the comments disgusting. some people want at apology. charlie hinton wants more. >> he should resign from office. >> not likely. tiffany wilson, abc7 news. california lieutenant governor gavin newsom is also responding tonight. he posted on facebook, you're a joke and a racist, president donald j. trump. resign. republican congresswoman mia love of utah though says the president must apologize. only republican to tweet so publicly about it, she is the daughter of haitian immigrants. hundreds of rescue workers continue to search for victims of the deadly mud slides in santa barbara county. the death toll remains at 17. there are still 43 people missing. abc news reporter marci gonzalez has the latest developments. >> reporter: from above, that incredible before and after.
>> see this area with this home and pool as we made back to what's left, absolutely nothing. >> in the thick muck swamped mess surrounding the nearly 600 homes and businesses damaged or destroyed by this week's mud slides in southern california, an urgent search. >> she's looking for remain remains. >> hundreds of first responders and volunteers also holding onto the last shreds of hope that the missing may be found. >> i've lived through fires, earthquakes. i've never seen anything like this. this is devastating. > that devastating rush of fast-moving water, mud and boulders. >> oh, my god, mom. >> that tore through communities in santa barbara county early tuesday. >> wake dad up. >> killed at least 17 people. >> i know people already personally who have died. >> reporter: the youngest. >> kaley, 3 years old. >> also among the victims sawyer cory, her sister morgan and rebecca riskin, a prominent realtor here. >> it's horrific here for
someone to survive that. >> reporter: her son returning to her mud-pummeled home. >> i hope that she knows that i was giving everything i could to find her. >> reporter: as time starts running out for these teams to find others. marci gonzalez, abc news, about your bank, california. rebecca riskin is the sister of a spokesman for the alameda district attorney. the real estate agency intends to carry out her life work with the same strength, grace and he will ghans defined her. other victims, 69-year-old josephine guar died when she opened the door to her home. she was a former nurse and a grandmother of three. >> one of the oldest victims was 84-year-old roy rohter, the founder of a ventura catholic school. his wife was injured and remains hospitalized. >> tonight, california national guard members based in moffett field returned from southern california. they rescued several survivors from the mud slides. abc7 news reporter janine de la
vega tells us about their experience new at 11:00. >> reporter: it's been a long three days for senior air man ryan garot. he and the 129th rescue wing just returned from seeing people in southern california lose everything. >> it was devastating. you could see basically the mudslide and the effects of the mudslide resulting in cars through second story windows, roofs that were ripped off of homes. >> he and his team were in this hh60 helicopter flying above the destruction. the mud was deep, thick and wet forcing them to be strategic in finding places to land so they would not get stuck. gara would sit in that seat looking out the window surveying damage and looking for survivors. they ended up rescuing three. >> tears in their eyes thanking us for trying to sort out what was going on. >> reporter: it was challenging and at times he described the
scene as mass confusion. he and his team stayed focused. >> i just think of, that could have been our family down there. it gets to you a little bit but you can't let it get to you. you're here to do a job. they're relying on you to do the mission. >> reporter: mission accomplished. janine day la vega, abc 67 news. >> new details in a story we brought you at 6:00. a car involved in a caltrain in sunnyvale was unoccupied. now we learned a man was able to pull the elderly driver from the car moments before the train made impact. the tracks have since been cleared after some delays. a man is in u.s. custody of a standoff in santa rosa. neighbors in the area of dutton and bar happ avenues were allowed to return to their homes around 8:00 tonight. police say the man in custody is believed to have been involved in an attempted armed robbery and shooting at harry's market on tuesday night.
>> san jose police and three school districts are making it clear officers who work on campuses are there for safety, not student discipline. eddie garcia says he wants to avoid scenes like this when a south carolina sheriff's deputy dragged a tuned being destructive in class. the department says officers assigned to the schools will focus on keeping students and staff safe from outside threats. >> if it's a criminal violation or they view some type of criminal action, it's okay to take enforcement. if it's an administrative violation, that's the role of the administrators. >> a departmentwide memo went out this week outlining the changes. a woman is recovering from the latest sea lion attack in aquatic park. irene chan has been released from the hospital bitten on the knee highway swimming this morning. she was able to get back to shore when good samaritans and a retired paramedic attended to her injuries.
swimmers should stay closer to shore. a 98-year-old rosie the riveter will get to stay in the hope she's lived in for decades. annie small lived in the two-story, three-bedroom unit for 45 years and under threat of eviction by the marin housing authority. it cited safety concerns because of her age. but her family says she's tired and ill and shouldn't have to relocate. >> how much longer is she going to go on? she could live another ten years. if that's god's will. in reality at her age and she's developing some inesses. >> previousious leadership at the authority promised elderly and frail residents they would never face eviction. two dozen elite surfers are standing by ready to converge on half moon bay. >> the impending storm that could mean the mavericks competition is back on for the first time in nearly would
years. >> big changes coming to facebook. why mark zuckerberg says why you'll probably spend less time could having your feed. >> the new quintuplets born in walnut creek just hours ago. look. out for the fog in the morning. the weekend is around the corner. let's say it's not going to feel like winter. i'll have the forecast coming up. first here's what's coming up on jimmy kim counsel live after the news at 11. >> thanks, eric and kristin. don't say we never did anything nice for you. i don't know if your husband mentioned this but i met him at the oscars. >> where were you when the debacle
heads up all you surfers. big swells predicted to hit the northern california coast and the potential to run the mavericks big wave surf contest monday or tuesday. abc7 news reporter cornell bernard reports from half moon bay where locals are getting ready. >> reporter: the crew at mavericks sub shop is getting ready and hope the big wave rumors are true. >> everybody you talk to knows about mavericks and the world. >> we're excited to get mavericks back on track. >> reporter: the community events manager brian says organizers are targeting this monday or tuesday to possibly run the famous surf competition. a storm in the pacific is predicted to bring big waves. >> we're hoping that the storm stays in the window and actually, we're hoping it increases and the weather is cooperates and we get a great day. >> reporter: 24 of the world's elite surfers are standing by for official word that mavericks is on. pro surfer grant washburn
competed in every challenge from the beginning. he'll sit this one out but knows how tough the contest can be. >> mother nature is pretty radical. even on a mellow day, mavericks will kill people just like the ocean. >> reporter: the last time it happened was in 2016. thousands con vojed vojed vojedd bay. last year, the former organizers went bankrupt. workers at this restaurant now bracing for a lot of hungry customers. >> we would probably need extra workers to work in the restaurant because whether he it's slammed, you need people running food, washing dishes, extra hand up front. >> reporter: the official call for mavericks will be made friday morning. cornell bernard, abc7 news. maybe a good thick if you didn't scramble your computer after news of security flaws in intel chips last week. intel has been telling some
customers the security patches supposed to fitch the flaw had their own bugs. intel says they're unrelated to security but create problems with intel's older processors. you may have noticed changes to your facebook news feed. the menlo park based social media network says it's prioritizing posts from your friends, family and groups over posts from publishers and brands. mark zuckerberg says the move aims to boost the well-being of users and he expects may now spend less time on the site. >> abc7 news was at the stanford shopping center where tesla's model 3 finally appear in a show room. many people put down a deposit for the car in 2016 but production has been slow. it will be the first opportunity for model 3 reservation holders and the public to sit in what tesla is calling the first mass market electric vehicle. a bundle of joy has arrived for a mountain house family and it's a big bundle.
the kempal family has welcomed quinntuplets. >> i call that a big bundle. three boys and two girls born at kaiser walnut creek to chad and amy. our parents at the bay area news group report the babies are tiny and some intubated to help them breathe. they could go home in the next nine weeks or so. >> let's check in on the weather right now. some changes. noticeably more sun today. >> yeah, but is the fog coming back? >> yeah, it's here. eric and kristin, we'll show you fog in a moment. i want to show you something that will brighten your night. the sunset at 5:11:00 p.m. from our south beach camera. we had fog in the picture there but also high thin wispy clouds gave us this colorful sunset tonight. some of you had a chance to take a look at it. some sent pictures. thank you. i showed those earlier on the 9:00 newscast. keep them coming. you'll be seeing more fog
tomorrow morning for the commute but eventually that fog will disappear and take a look at what will appear. 70 degree weather for san jose. average high is 59 degrees. you will notice the uptick in temperatures particularly over the weekend from 66 saturday to 70 on sunday. still pretty mild on holiday monday. then the temperatures will begin to drop. some changes definitely in store as we hit the weekend. right now, i want to show you live doppler 7. we're dealing with quite a bit of fog. visibility down to a quarter of a mile in petaluma. dense fog there. it's heavy in napa, half a mile, 3/4 mile visibility in santa rosa. even fog in places like oakland, livermore which is why they're reporting visibility anywhere from 5 to 7 miles right now. be careful in the morning. temperatures right now in the 40s, the 50s. here's a live picture. it's a real fuzzy view from our kgo roof camera. you can't see the bay because the fog is so heavy. here's a look at your forecast.
foggy for morning commute. sunny and milder through the weekend. wet weather returns early next week. when you look at your 1-hour planner for friday, you'll see you can expect fog and mist at 7:00 a.m. fog dissipating by noon. it's going to be a bright day. upper 50s to low 60s. hour by hour we go, 5:00 a.m., the fog will be heavy almost like pea soup as you head into the morning commute. be careful, allow extra time for the commute. 8:00 a.m., the fog is around the bay, san francisco, around the delta. then the fog peels away. a bright sunny friday afternoon, a nice way to end the week. fog first thing in the morning. definitely bundle up. upper 30s to low 50s. afternoon, temperatures ranging from the upper 50s to the mid 60s. close to with your should be this time of year. a few degrees higher in some areas. afternoon highs on saturday will be coming up pretty nice mild weather for your saturday plans. above average for sunday. you see the 70 in san jose.
a few upper 60s around santa rosa. redwood city. it's def not going to feel like what you expect to see in january. cooler on monday. temperatures will be coming down for most areas. then monday night, you will notice hour-by-hour forecast, 9:00, rain in mendocino county. spreading south and east by 11:00 p.m. tuesday morning wet. wednesday a break before thursday's system comes in. heavier rain expected in the north bay for the rest of you light to moderate. snow levels coming down thursday night and showers ling near friday. download the accuweather ap. seven-day forecast, foggy morning, sunny afternoon. brightening it up for the weekend and warming it up. temperatures in the 70s around the bay. mid 60s. level one summoned night, tuesday, as well. light system on our storm impact scale and another one for your thursday. get ready. >> we sure are.
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