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good morning, america. melania trump breaks her silence standing by her husband after that lewd tape scandal. >> i accept his apology and we are moving on. >> attacking bill clinton. >> well, if they bring my past, why not? >> and donald trump opens up to abc news fighting those sexual assault allegations. >> have you crossed the line in the past with women ever? >> i don't think so. i have great respect for women. hillary clinton under fire. the democratic nominee facing new questions over the fbi, the state department, and one of her e-mails, as she looks to turn red states blue, sending her secret weapon, michelle obama, to arizona. and that dramatic moment in the playoffs.
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>> there's no way you can continue in this game. >> after just four batters. his hand bleeding on the mound, his finger injured by a drone. all while his team makes a run for the world series. and the price is so right. that had not one, not two, but three contestants jumping for joy. the epic game show stunner. we do say good morning, america. what a moment. what a moment on "the price is right." you see all those contestants so excited. >> in 45 years of seasons it has never happened before. and this reaction to this as great as it was when it aired 45 years ago. people still that excited. >> pretty great. a lot more on that. but we begin with the race for the white house. exactly three weeks until the final votes. melania trump is speaking out for the first time since the
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hollywood" tape. and overnight, donald trump doubling down on his allegations of voter fraud, and our tom llamas spoke with him. good morning, tom. >> reporter: george, good morning to you. as you're about to hear, those comments about speaker paul ryan were striking. this, as melania trump, is telling the country those women who accused her sexual assault should not be doing that unless they have evidence. >> i believe my husband. i believe my husband. this was all organized from the opposition. and with the details that they got, did they ever check the background of these women? >> reporter: trump's wife melania in front of the cameras for the first time since the convention, breaking her silence on cnn about the now infamous "access hollywood" recording. >> when you're a star they let you do it. you can do anything. >> whatever you want.
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>> reporter: melania blaming billy bush. >> there was kind of a -- a boy talk. and he was lead on, like, egg on, from the host to say dirty and bad stuff. >> you feel the host billy bush was sort of egging him on? >> yes, yes. >> reporter: but melania also saying trump's immaturity played a role. >> yeah, it's kind of two teenage boys actually they >> he was 59. >> correct, and sometimes i said i have two boys at home. i have my young son. and i have my husband. >> the behavior described to you, is that sexual assault? >> no, that's not sexual assault. he didn't say he did it. and i see many, many women coming to him and giving a phone number.
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him. or inappropriate stuff from women. and they know he's married. so -- >> you've seen that. >> oh, yes, of course, it was in front of me. >> in front of you. >> in front of me. and i said, like, why you need to give your number to my husband? i'm very strong. >> reporter: with melania describing women throwing themselves at trump, i asked him if he's taken advantage. have you crossed the line in the st i have tremendous respect for women. i have great respect for women. these people come up maybe for a little fame or maybe some other reason. >> reporter: overnight donald trump amplifying his claims the election may be stolen from him, this time adding dead voters into the mix. >> more than 1.8 million deceased individuals right now are listed as voters. oh, that's wonderful.
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well, if they're going to vote for me, we'll think about it, right? but i have a feeling they're not going to vote. >> reporter: trump citing a 2014 "washington post" story about possible voter fraud and trump suggesting undocumented immigrants helped president obama. >> it is possible that noncitizen votes were responsible for obama's 2008 victory in north carolina. >> reporter: trump telling me it's why his voters will be on the lookout on election day. >> i think we have to be very vigilant and careful with people that are voting. >> reporter: trump's rigged election rhetoric another split with speaker paul ryan, who disagrees with the notion. is paul ryan hurting you or helping you? >> i don't want to be knocking paul ryan. i think he could be more supportive to the republican nominee. we're doing well. i think we're going to win the election. >> reporter: do you think he wants you to win? >> well, maybe not because he wants to run in four years. or maybe he doesn't know how to win. maybe he doesn't know how to win.
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tells abc news it's incredibly rare and politifact is ranking donald trump's use of certain stats to show large-scale voter fraud as pants on fire false, their lowest ranking. robin? >> okay, tom, thank you. now to hillary clinton looking to gain momentum and expand into traditionally red states. her campaign dramatically wrapping up effortin arizona. but this morning, she's facing tough new questions about her e-mails. abc's cecilia vega is here with all of that. >> reporter: good morning to you, robin. and this morning, allegations of a quid pro quo. the implication here that a top state department official was trying to protect hillary clinton from the political fallout of having classified information on her private seer. the state department and the fbi say it never happened. but republicans say not so fast. the stars were out for a big hillary clinton fund-raiser overnight in new york. billy crystal, sarah jessica parker, barbra streisand, just to maim a few, all raising at
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? happy times happy times ? >> reporter: but this morning, newly released notes from fbi interviews about clinton's private server, in them, what republicans are calling this bombshell. an fbi staffer accuses a top state department official of pressuring the bureau to declassify an e-mail found on that server. the fbi staffer telling investigators that the request amounted to a quote quid pro quo. the e-mail unclassified, state would reciprocate by allowing the fbi to place more agents in countries where they are presently forbidden. the fbi and state department say the deal never happened. there was no quid pro quo and that the e-mail in question remained classified. >> there was no quid pro quo. >> this shows corruption at the highest level and we can't let it happen as american citizens. >> reporter: clinton's team still feeling confident about the election, expanding efforts in republican territory --
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and in arizona three big name surrogates, bernie sanders, chelsea clinton and the heaviest hitter of all michelle obama all headed there this week. clinton herself still off the campaign trail, behind closed doors, george, she's practicing for tomorrow's debate. >> big event tomorrow night, cecilia, thanks very much. let's talk to matthew dowd about all of this. we know the clinton campaign now going big into arizona, making some kind of a play in indiana and missouri, as well. so the question, is this smart politics or overconfidence? >> well, i think it's a little i think it's fairly smart to force your opponent -- she's now playing on her opponent's side of the field. and the clock is on her side. the clock is running out. she has a lead but it is demonstrating a little bit of overconfidence. because she's not put away oy ohio. and has not fully put away north carolina. and she has not put away florida. so she has to protect those states, because she wants to win one of those states. but i think she has a real
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>> even though she doesn't need one of those three big states she wants it for security going for the 270. tomorrow night, final presidential debate and a little of what each has to do. donald trump, we have seen what he's doing. he's going to try to provoke a mistake from clinton. >> she has almost wrapped this race up, at this pnt in time. she has a huge national lead. a lead in almost every state. he has to win but he can't just have a bare victory but a big victory. and he has to hope that for some reason, that debate, she does something that all of us are going to be talking about for the three days follong >> the danger for her would be sort of overcautiousness. >> well, i think she's going to go in and knows that running out the clock is what she needs to do. if she goes in like she did in the first debate, like she did in the second debate, and does well, she's going to win this race. >> okay, matthew dowd, thanks very much. you can see the final presidential debate tomorrow night right here on abc. i'll be anchoring our live coverage with our whole political team starting at 9:00 eastern. >> all right, george. >> i'm going to stay up late. i'm going to stay up late to watch you, george. let's turn to some weather.
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it's spreading across the country and we're enjoying some a/c inside. but ginger is outside. how long is this hot streak going to last? >> we have at least a couple of days. here we are in the middle of october in times square. it's 67 degrees at this hour. that's 3 degrees warmer than our average high should be so you know this isn't normal. check it out. it is downright steamy. look at that map. record highs as of monday. dodge city, kansas. they've never hit 100 plus in the month of october until yesterday in recorded history, st. louis, missouri, had a record high. we cou records possible from dallas, texas, through washington, d.c. and cincinnati, you could do it as well. that jet stream is buckled and it will stay that way at least for the next two to three days depending where you are and then we'll get back to reality, guys. >> thank you, ginger. i'm used to getting off the plane from california this time of the year with a jacket. i got off and i'm like, it's hot out here. >> even hotter today. >> we're not complaining at all. now overseas to the fight against isis, the u.s. is lending support to a massive
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to knock the terror group out of its last strong hold in iraq. alex marquardt has more from the front lines. he's at a refugee camp. >> reporter: progress is being made but it's slow going. isis showing they are not going away without a fight. we are here at a camp for the displaced. many that you see here lived under isis. they've been telling us their stories, as the u.n. braces for a huge, new wave of people fleeing the fighting. pushing towards mosul, iraqi forces house to take back a village. but the militants putting up fierce resistance, booby-trapping homes and sending out suicide bombers. air strikes from the u.s. led coalition have paved the way. american special forces are advising the troops. leaflets dropped telling residents to stay inside away from isis positions. here a truck careening into a line of iraqi tanks.
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suicide bombers on the first day of fighting. aid agencies are bracing for hundreds of thousands fleeing. in the coming weeks. many here have lived under the terror of isis. hussein telling us he and his brothers were due to be executed with 250 others for resisting you can't sleep without fear? >> yes, you cannot guess when will they take you at night. and kill you. >> reporter: they would just come and randomly come and take people and kill them. we will hear a lot of stories like that in the coming days. it could be some time before this fight is over. the pentagon says they're ahead of schedule, but it could be weeks or months before isis is pushed out of mosul. george? >> right, it is a critical battle. okay, alex, thanks very much. the latest on a manhunt in alaska where a gunman ambushed a police officer, shot him several types before making his getaway
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officer. abc's neal karlinsky is tracking the case. >> reporter: you're looking at fairbanks police officer allen brandt's dash cam, responding to a call of shots fired sunday morning. the first thing he sees is a man on the right walking towards him. then suddenly the same man rushes to the driver's side of the patrol car with a gun raised shooting the 11-year veteran and family man four times in the lower part of his body and once in the chest. >> sergeant brandt was wearing body armor which protected his chest area. legs and shrapnel in his left eye. he is awake, alert, and in stable condition. >> reporter: the suspect is seen one last time calmly walking away after stealing the patrol car and dumping it a few blocks later. this morning police say an urgent manhunt is on. the alleged attempt on police, one of several targeting
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in havevallejo, california, this dramatic surveillance video, officers with guns drawn chasing a man they say tried to attack them while they were having coffee sunday. >> a man with a rifle just tried to ambush us at starbucks. carrying a rifle. hey, shoot him. >> reporter: police say 41-year-old adam powell was wearing body armor and had a handgun and an assault-type rifle on him. >> came up to the glass and pointed a rifle at us. >> reporter: the gun jamming as he approached. officers chased him shooting and wounding powell who was also a person of interest in the shooting of his 2-year-old son injured earlier that day. >> we presume that this was a premeditated ambush on our officers. >> reporter: back in alaska sergeant brandt is very lucky to be alive. the number of police officers shot and killed on the job is up more than 50% in just the last year. george? >> wow, thank goodness for that body armor. neal, thanks very much. now let's go to amy with the other top stories, starting with more trouble for air travelers. >> three top airlines suffered
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online reservations or check in with southwest, jetblue or virgin america for hours. the airlines say it was a technical issue, not a hack. the system is now back up and running. well, russia has agreed to an eight-hour cease-fire in syria to allow civil dwroons flee from eastern aleppo. ten more children were killed in air strikes on monday. those air strikes have now been halted. a former vice chairman of the joint chiefs of staff faces possible prison time after fbi. retired marine general james cartwright admits making false statements during an investigation into a leak of classified information. under a plea deal, prosecutors will recommend no more than six months behind bars. cartwright is a former abc news contributor. and a man in arizona learned the hard way when you lock yourself out of your house, the chimney is not a viable option. he was stuck for four hours until fire crews pulled him out.
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they called 911. he was covered in soot. there you see him. but it didn't stop him from giving one of the firefighters a big old hug right there. i just want to say locksmiths are an option. even maybe breaking a window might be better than getting tuck in a chimney. >> just saying. >> the firefighter looked like he was actually receptive of that hug covered in soot. stay away from me, buddy. here's something you don't see every day. indians pitcher trevor bauer forced to leave his playoff game early because his finger started and kayna whitworth is here with that story. and kayna, this all started with an injury from a groan. >> reporter: michael, that is exactly right. trevor bauer sliced his finger fixing one of his drones, and it happened right before the biggest game of his life. and so his start was pushed back. but after just 21 pitches, his finger started bleeding so much, they had to pull him. >> he's got him! >> reporter: overnight the
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the indians now one game closer to the world series. but this morning, everyone is pointing fingers at indians pitcher trevor bauer who started the first inning off with a bloody mess. >> there's no way you can continue in this game with the blood gushing from your hand. >> reporter: the 25-year-old pulled from the mound in the first inning after facing just four batters. trevor's pinkie finger dripping blood. >> they were confident coming into today. >> reporter: bauer's injury not from the game, but from a drone propeller. >> one of those things that -- freak accident you can't really control and i was plugging the battery in and my finger happened to be right here. >> reporter: trevor, a huge drone enthusiast nearly severed his finger friday needing ten stitches. but just like there's no crying in baseball, there are no bandages either. major league baseball forbidding pitchers to attach anything to their hand, finger, or wrist. >> when i saw blood on the rubber, i kind of figured out it wasn't a real good sign. >> reporter: twitter having a
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some drawing comparisons to curt schilling and his bloody sock in the 2004 world series. >> we don't have another starter right now. >> reporter: one thing is for sure, the indians keeping their fingers crossed bauer will make a quick recovery. so if the indians win tonight they will clinch the alcs and head to the world series. michael, i can hear my dad saying, wrap it up, get back in the game. they can't put anything on their hands. >> pitchers don't want any illegal substances, any advantage. that would be an advantage. a lot of people saying why is he maybe it's a relaxing thing for him because he's under a lot of pressure as a pitcher. maybe it's way to -- >> not so relaxing right now. >> does that sound relaxing to you? the most annoying thing ever. >> at least i don't think -- >> did i scare you again, george? >> now we know what you really think about drones. back to ginger with wildfire concerns in the west. >> yes, we go to colorado where at least 15,000 acres are burning in southeastern
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with abreva. he apologized to me and i expect -- i accept his apology. and we are moving on. >> that is melania trump right there breaking her silence defending her husband donald trump after that "access hollywood" tape leaked. she's also taking on the media. we'll have a lot more on that in a moment. a is digging in on his claims that the election is rigged causing a rift with his fellow republicans. trump telling abc news he is not convinced paul ryan wants him to win. hillary clinton is facing new questions about her e-mails as she steps up her ground game in traditionally republican states and sending her secret weapon, michelle obama, to arizona, yep, just three weeks until the election. also this morning, the search is on for bob dylan, the
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nobel prize for literature but the committee is still knock, knock, knocking on his door but he's not answered. not returning their calls or e-mails and they say they're not giving up. they'll keep on trying to reach out to him and i guess that's what we're doing right now. >> he did a couple concerts, didn't say a word about it. >> but he feel confident he'll show up. >> maybe he is super humble. who knows. that was silence. did you hear that silence? wow. >> i don't think you get a prize and then keep it quiet on the down low. more from melania trump. as we said she's standing by her husband blaming the media for spreading lies about him and linsey davis has a closer look. >> reporter: good morning. the republican presidential nominee's wife is now talking candidly in her first interviews in months and she dismisses the "access hollywood" recording between the former host billy bush and her husband as simply boy talk and says bush egged trump on and what trump said does not count as sexual
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>> he apologized to me and i expect -- i accept his apology. and we are moving on. >> reporter: melania trump not only defends her husband, she goes on the attack. is it fair for the media to bring up bill clinton's past or for donald trump to bring up bill clinton's past? >> if they bring my past, why not? >> so they're asking for it. >> they're asking for it. they st known to keep a low profile is no longer shying away from entering the fray. >> oh, poor melania. don't feel sorry for me. don't feel sorry for me. i can handle everything. >> reporter: per stand by her man position is somewhat reminiscent of hillary clinton in 1998 when her husband was president and faced accusations of sexual misconduct. >> this vast right wing conspiracy that has been conspiring against my husband
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president. >> it was left wing and left wing media. >> reporter: the couple first met at a fashion week party in 1998. she told "harper's bazaar" she refused to give trump her phone number. instead she asked him for his and went on their first date soon after. in 2005 they were married and a year later melania gave birth to their son barron. she's mostly stayed off the campaign trail to raise him until her most maligned appearance at the republican convention this summer. >> the only limit to your achievements -- >> the only limit to the height of your achievements is the reach of your dreams and your willingness to work hard for them. >> and your willingness to work for them. >> reporter: since speechgate she's stayed out of the limelyght. last week her legal team demanded an apology from "people" magazine disputing reporter natasha stoynoff's claims that sometime after she says she was assaulted by donald trump she bumped into melania on
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conversation with her. >> i was never friend with her. i would not recognize her. >> reporter: so as the campaign wipeds down, mrs. trump is hoping to land some punches before the final bell. >> people won't want to go against him but my husband is real. he's raw. he tells as it is. >> reporter: according to "the new york times," trump's aides urged melania to show her support for her husband by doing a sit-down interview with trump. melania reportedly did not like in her interview with fox news she is very clear she is her own woman and no one will make her do anything she doesn't want to do. robin and george. >> okay, linsey, thanks very much. let's bring had cokie roberts to talk more about it. cokie, as linsey pointed out in the piece right there, real echoes of hillary clinton both in 1998 and 1992, question today is how effective was it? >> probably not terribly effective in the same way that hillary clinton wasn't terribly effective in those interviews. i think that it's keeping the
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another is that melania trump in some ways is not terribly recognizable to a lot of voters. during the republican convention i interviewed a number of republican female delegates who basically said that they couldn't relate to her. she was too beautiful, she was too rich and that they didn't see her as an authentic person in the same way that people see michelle obama, for instance. >> she was very much going after the accusers. it seems the strategy in having her come out and speak, cokie. >> well, in some ways i think that -- that in some ways was her most effective part because it was about her as opposed to being about her husband where they went after me so why not. but, again, that brings up her past and gives people excuses to put out nude pictures of her which is not terribly helpful to the campaign. >> i think the other part you would say to be effective is see her publicly accepting her
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did in the statement and now she's done publicly, as well but, again, i don't think that that is something that people would expect her to do anything else but accept his apology. but, you know, look, looking at voters who basically say they don't care, we've got a very partisan electorate right now, what i do think might be true is that it might have energized some of hillary clinton's voters to say we don't want this man. >> i know, because martha raddatzas what you were just saying, cokie, martha raddatz was here, she spoke to voters who basically said, it doesn't matter. it doesn't matter what he did. so as a bigger deal being made out of it than it really is? >> well, i think that -- no, i really don't think so. i think even if it doesn't matter to a lot of voters who are very firmly set in their place that it has started a national conversation, robin. >> true, true. >> that women are feeling a
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is -- this is not okay and there's a whole twitter site not okay with thousands of women on it now telling their own stories, so i think this has a life even beyond this campaign. >> yeah, the reaction has been extraordinary when you really break it down. all right, cokie, thanks so much. >> good to be with you. >> coming up on the big board? >> a lot. up next what fellow republicans are saying about donald trump's claims the election is and also what one guy did to get himself banned from the tennis court. wait till you see the caught on camera meltdown. all that coming up in just two minutes and we have mr. mcenroe to talk about that. >> patrick mcenroe. >> there he is over there. that was invigorating! you're probably wondering why i've just carved a giant wooden tiger. well, the answer is that a real one would maul me. i've crafted dr. whiskers here as a visual aid to show you that should you visit the lot,
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just talking smack here with patrick mcenroe. we're talking about the '91 u.s. open, go figure. >> thanks for the memories. >> welcome back. time for our big board. our team of insiders standing by live for more on this morning's
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we'll get to mac in just a moment. let's start with donald trump. ramping up those allegations that the presidential election is rigged. overnight at a rally in green bay, wisconsin, again hammering home the claim. >> they even want to try to rig the election at the polling booths and believe me, there's a lot going on. did you ever hear of these people. they say there's nothing going on. people that have died ten years ago are still voting. illegal immigrants are voting. smarts of some of these politicians? >> and we got jon karl joining us now from the battleground state of florida which was the e epicenter of the last presidential election controversy. and don't have to tell you, trump is not letting this one go, jon. >> oh, he is up obsessed with this everywhere he is talking about this. this morning he is still tweeting about it and this is a bedrock principle of american democracy, the peaceful
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integrity of our election systems. he is saying that they don't have integrity, so i asked one of the republican leaders he's talking about last night, i moderated a debate here in florida last night between the senate candidates and asked marco rubio about this. listen to his response. >> there's been a lot of question about the legitimacy of this election. donald trump has said this election is absolutely being rigged. >> this election is not being rigged and i'll explain to you why is not i hope he stops saying that. why he should stop saying that. we have 67 counties in this state. each of which conduct their own elections. i promise you there is not a 67-county conspiracy to rig this election. >> well, and that -- >> here's noerz thing, robin, when you talk about this, local election officials in much of the country are republicans, fact, in the two biggest battleground states, ohio and florida, the two top election officials are republicans.
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and because of what donald trump is saying do you think this year they're extra careful? >> reporter: oh, yes, i think there will be an eagle eye on all of the election largely because of what donald trump is saying but really this was the case before donald trump uttered the word rigged. i mean, i was down here covering the florida recount in 2000, believe me, after that process, people did a big scrub of the election process, teams of is something that has been looked at very carefully for a long time. >> good point there, jon. >> all right. well, thank you, jon. now to outrage over a 911 dispatcher accused of hanging up on more than 800 emergency calls. she's now facing two misdemeanor counts with potentially more to come legal analyst areva martin joining us now. investigators say she may have hung up on even more callers than the 800 they know about
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fatality, but have you ever heard of anything like this? >> no, michael. this is an outrageous case. this woman crenshanda williams may have hung up on thousands of callers and as you said two really serious cases, one involving an armed robbery where there was a fatal shooting and a second one involving a woman who became unconscious. her husband's calling 911 talking to miss williams trying to administer cpr and she hangs up on him. now, fortunately for this woman, she's reviv survived this ordeal. but these are very serious accusations against someone who was entrusted with a very serious job of providing emergency assistance and she just said she didn't have time for the callers. >> accusations, areva and also charges. two misdemeanor charges. what do you make of that? >> well, i think the law that's being used to prosecute miss williams wasn't really designed for someone in her situation. it wasn't designed for a
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provide assistance. but at least she is facing some jail time. possibly up to a year and her supervisors are also being disciplined. >> boy, that's the last thing you expect when you call 911. >> areva, thank you. we move on to the controversy surround a top ranked it ennis playing, australia's nick kyrgios banned the rest of the season when he seemingly just quit during a match. take a look. doesn't even try for it. so, patrick mcenroe, let's talk -- >> horrendous. >> you played at the top level. sport if thank you for saying that. >> you have. >> that's up for debate, but, okay. >> not at all. when you see something like that -- >> well, your first reaction is one of disgust and disdain, okay, but then when you take a step back i think you have to realize that this really in a
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i mean to hit a serve like this, to literally tap the serve as he did is basically telling everyone that i don't care. i don't want to be here. i want no part of competing in this match. this guy has a history of doing things like this. let's also say that he's a very talented player. he's got some swagger. he's got some personality. he could be a grand slam champion if he gets his act together so i think the atp tour did the right thing, they banned him for the rest of this year but gave him an option that if he goes to see a psychologist and gets some help which i believe he needs that he could get the ban reduced and be ready to play at the australian open start of next year. i think that was the right decision by the tour. >> maybe that will take him to the next level. >> it should. it could and i think for him he's got to look in the mirror and realize that he's got a problem. i think he realizes that and he has said in some facebook comments and some twitter comments that he realizes he made a big mistake because
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professional out there. he yelled at the people in the crowd. he yelled at the chair umpires and said get me out of here as quickly as i can. i mean, michael, can you imagine you letting a running back just go -- just right past you. >> no. >> no, i don't think so. >> not on purpose. >> that's what this guy did, did it on purpose. >> you think it's a bigger issue here. >> there's a bigger issue that he has and i think we need -- he needs to understand that there are consequences for his actions but he also understand -- we need to understand in the tennis world this guy needs some help and we should give him some help. >> hopefully he'll heed the advice and can end up being a great player you said he could be. now, thank you, pat, areva and jon, thank you all so much. coming up in just two minutes "the price is right" is making history, the moment that had these contestants jumping for joy is coming up next.
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we all know that music right there, "the price is right" and we've all seen the tape of that big three-way tie. jesse here with how it went down. >> let me set the scene. on "the price is right" we all know the final three contestants get two chants to spin that giant wheel to see who is going to move on to the final showdown and, of course, whoever spins closest to $1 without going over wins. well, wait and watch what happened on monday. >> come on ? >> reporter: it's been a daytime game show staple for over four decades. >> $1. >> $1. >> reporter: but on monday, "the price is right" made history. not once -- >> 65 for a dollar. 65 for a dollar. a dollar on the wheel. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: not two. >> 50 for a dollar. 50 for a dollar.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: but all three contestants hitting exactly $1 in the showcase showdown. >> this just might happen. 70. tie, three-way tie, three-way tie. three-way tie, three-way tie. [ cheers and applause ] yes! >> reporter: and how amazing is that? now, apparently there have been other three-way ties before but this is the first time it ever happened when everybody needed both spins to hit that dollar and, of course, first time since drew carey took over in 2007 it's happened as well. >> the first time ever with two spins to hit exactly a dollar. >> go figure. >> it is exciting, though. growing up hoping like you're watching people that get called down. it's exciting. >> there's a first for everything, george. >> yeah, exactly. >> somebody has to go home on "dancing with the stars." it was latin night, maks is going to join us in our next
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first alert that today is going to be cooler. we have aurora and denver in the low to mid 60s today. 50s in the foothills and mountainses. there's plenty of sunshine. we'll see clouds across northern colorado. our northern front range mountains could pick up snow and rain this afternoon. a few showers will crossover i-25, parts of larimer and weld counties will likely puck up a few showers, slight chance for a little rain in denver later today overnight skies will clear out. tomorrow, we're in the mid to upper 50s. it's cooler on wednesday. jason, by thursday, low 60s, 70s on friday. >> a lot of traffic on 225. the northbound side is still struggling, earlier problems cleared off the highway, but you're seeing slower than average speeds. take a look at the map and we have slow traffic on northbound and southbound 225 and e-470, got an alert on the southbound side.
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. melania trump defending her husband breaking her silence about that leaked tape and lewd comments by donald trump. >> i was surprised because that is not the man that i know. as hillary clinton faces big new questions about her e-mails, the fbi and the state department, just three weeks until the final votes are cast. ? health alert. how much exercise do you really the new magic number of minutes that could significantly cut your diabetes risk. ? dancing drama. maks and amber rose out of the ballroom after a sizzling showdown. his heartfelt message for her overnight. maks now joins us live before heading off to diaper duty with peta. ? i ain't never giving up ? get ready for one unbelievable surprise.
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cheering. wait until you see what he's about to learn live. it's going to be great. >> hey, what. what. >> you're supposed to be a professional. >> i am. >> thank you. >> get out of here. good morning, america. michael got a little schooled there. >> yeah, i i got it right, though, george. >> you finally did. let's take a look. >> as we say -- >> good morning, america. >> here you go. >> you got it right. >> yeah. >> i like the other better. oh. how could i work with this guy. >> he was so disappointed in me. i felt so bad. >> his name is jarrius robertson. he is a new orleans saints super fan. he is also a fighter.
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disease and has an amazing, amazing attitude. >> and not only is he a fan, he caught the eye of the new orleans saints, as well. >> you know how professional teams will visit children's hospitals. that's what the saints did, they met jarrius and formed this lifelong friendship and we'll hear more of his story and we've got a big surprise coming up. we know that a player and coach payton will join us. >> a double surprise. >> a double surprise. >> really good stuff. and then also this morning, we have the bad boy of the ballroom with us, maks, there he is joining us live. sorry to say but maks got the old boot last night. we all about his experience and his upcoming baby. >> looking forward to talking to him. but first let's get the morning rundown from amy. >> all right. good morning, everyone. the big story this morning, donald trump's wife coming to his defense dismissing his lewd comments as boy talk. melania trump also rejecting allegations by her husband's accusers. meanwhile, on the campaign trail trump is ramping up claims that the election is rigged. he spoke to abc's tom llamas who joins us now from colorado. tom, good morning. >> reporter: amy, good morning.
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husband saying women should not be accusing him of sexual assault unless they have evidence. now, melania trump made these statements in an interview with cnn where she also talked about that now infamous "access hollywood" recording. she admitted that her husband at times can be immature, but she blamed part of what was said on that tape on host billy bush. >> he was lead on like egg on from the host to say dirty and bad stuff. >> y bush, was sort of egging him on? >> yes, yes. >> reporter: on the political front the divide between donald trump and speaker paul ryan getting deeper. overnight donald trump telling me he has some suspicions why paul ryan isn't helping him enough. is paul ryan hurting you or helping you? >> well, i don't want to be knocking paul ryan. i think he could be more supportive to the republican nominee. we're doing well. i think we're going to win the election. >> reporter: do you think he wants you to win? >> well, maybe not because maybe he wants to run in four years.
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battleground state with two stops here and then he's headed to las vegas for the debate tomorrow. amy. >> all right, tom llamas, thank you. well, the fbi and state department are denying allegations of a quid pro quo stemming from hillary clinton's e-mail scandal. according to notes from the investigation into clinton's private server, an fbi staffer accused a state department official of pressuring the bureau to declassify an e-mail about benghazi. in exchange the state department allegedly offered to allow more fbi agents to be sent to iraq. but officials say the request to change the classification was denied and the deal never happened. well, the pentagon says iraqi troops are ahead of schedule in their fight to retake the city of mosul. the latest -- the last isis stronghold in iraq. they're being slowed by land mines and suicide bombers targeting tanks. it's expected to take days to encircle the city. the u.n. says 700,000 civilians may need help as they flee the fighting there. well, the fbi has released new images of the so-called straw hat bandit now blamed for
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pennsylvania. now, he hasn't worn a straw hat in all of the robberies but he's always worn a mask. they say he may have used everything from a pickup truck to a bmw or a volvo for hess his getaway. a possible kidnapping attempt in a grocery store. pretty scary stuff here. look at that. the man walks down the aisle and trying to pick up a 14-month-old from the shopping cart but she is buckled in, thank goodness, and then her mother sees what's happening. police are now searching for that man. and finally people keep dogs for emotional support, cats, as well but this emotional support animal surprised everyone on a flight out of charlotte. meet daniel the emotional support duck brought on board legally by his owner. he even has little red booties there you see to protect his feet. apparently he especially enjoyed the window seat so he could look down on the other birds and before anyone calls fowl, i just want to say i'm down with that.
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>> i was waiting for that. >> i was wondering what you were going to say. >> that's a good one-two bunch there. very impressive. >> double whammy. how about news that goes pop. >> indeed. good morning to you all and to you and, well, maybe it was a late night for abc's jimmy kimmel who left so much stuff on a recent transcontinental flight i wonder what he took off the flight. he outed himself writing dear virgin america, i left two books, an important notepad and my ipad on flight 366, l.a. to boston friday night. i am dumb. please help. virgin tweeting back, wow, that's a lot of things. send us a dm. we'll see what we can do. we want to write jimmy this morning, see if virgin america found it, because if they didn't, somebody probably did. i wonder what's in that notebook. that caught my eye. the important comedic matt damon spoof coming. halloween is coming.
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all of this could be in that notebook. >> i'm with you. what did he actually take off the plane? >> himself. that was it. >> it's a lot of stuff. >> late night, red-eye. >> late night, red-eye. perhaps a vodka or two. also in "pop news" this morning, something frank ocean may not be thinking about. getten an award for his sexy serenades. fans couldn't get enough of his recent album "blond" and visual album doesn't appear he's looking for any validation, not even a grammy. a source confirmed to billboard neither of ocean's albums were submitted for grammy consideration by the september 30th deadline. that's notable given that he most likely would have been a major contender. >> you see, he's like bob dylan. he's humble. >> yes, yes. >> like amy said. >> we have something for you. i don't know if you heard earlier, bob. >> music is for the people, not awards. >> no word on whether or not this was an oversight or intentional. either way does not take away
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>> absolutely. >> i think it was intentional. >> yeah, yeah, you know, maybe it doesn't really move him. >> or maybe he forgot. >> september 30th came and went. who knows. but great music if you want to check that out. then finally in "pop news" this morning, a tantalizing sneak peek at martha stewart and snoop dogg's new show. yes, robin. >> i love it. >> check out this video. i mean h. is not not a match made in heaven? martha showing off some moves. the partner collabora interpretive brownie baking dance. >> easy. >> that is what they call it in the new trailer for their cooking show. each episode will see snoop stew, that is what they now call themselves, snoop stew preparing a dinner party for a new set of celebrity guests, brownies included. "martha and snoop's potluck dinner party" will premiere on november 7th on vh-1. i think we got a hit on our hands. >> there's so much that could be
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>> you don't really need to. just smile. thank you, all. that's "pop news" this morning. >> looks like that will be a good time. >> funny. coming up, we have a new health guideline about exercise and diabetes. why when you work out matters and dr. besser is here. "dancing's" bad boy maks got booted from the ballroom. now joining us live and talking fatherhood. there he is. >> ah. >> love the hat. ? it's just a cough. if you could see your cough,
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? ? i want it all ? that tango got jana kramer a perfect score on "dancing with the stars." it was latin night. of course, one couple did have to come home and we're going to talk to maks in just a little bit. >> first, though, we've got that new health headline about diabetes and exercise and why when you work out really matters. abc's chief health and medical editor dr. richard besser joining us now with that and
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>> exactly, exactly. >> and you got nearly 10% of americans have this and one in three are sort of so-called prediabetics so that's a lot of people right there. how much exercise do people need to reduce this risk? >> so this is really interesting. they looked at 28 studies that followed thousands of people over many years to try to address that and what they found was if you do the 30 minutes five times a week, which is recommended, it greatly reduces the amount -- your risk of getting type 2 diabetes. if you do more than that, your risk goes down even further but what reay if you do less, if you do only ten minutes a day, you get some benefit compared to people who do nothing so every bit helps. you shouldn't be put off by the fact i don't have enough time. >> right, but more is more and timing was also very important in the study, correct? >> so, a separate study looked at people who had type 2 diabetes and said, okay, you've got your 30 minutes to do, do you do it as one block or do you break it up? so they had people for one period of time do it in one block of 30 minutes and the
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after eating a meal and what they found was if you do the ten minutes, just go for a ten-minute walk after you eat your meal, it greatly reduces blood sugar, 22% lower blood sugar with just a ten-minute walk. >> the science behind common sense. >> yes, exactly, exactly. >> is that just because your engines, so to speak, are working and processing food better. >> it was always like, well, walking helps you digest but it's controlled by a hormone called insulin and when you exercise, it helps our cells use the insulin and also causes our muscles to burn up that sugar so, you know, there's good reasons for why that bounces out your sugar and a great thing to do. >> in addition to exercise what else can people do? >> we talk about it all the time. if you can maintain a healthy weight or if you're overweight losing just 5% of your body weight, that's enough to dramatically reduce your risk of having type 2 diabetes. it's hard to do but it's really worth that effort. >> all of it doable too. >> it is. >> even a little bit of exercise. even a little bit of weight. >> yeah, and getting a partner
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to get started. it really helps your chances of succeeding. >> good information. >> richard besser, thanks very much. coming up we'll hear from maks. he's joining us live. he's off the ballroom getting ready for diaper duty.
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welcome back to "good morning america." we want to make your terrific tuesday just a little more sparkly. so no better way to do that than with my man, maks chmerkovskiy. we'll see him and hear good morning, happy tuesday. it's 8:20. here's your first we have a cooler day in store after a weekend of 80s. yesterday, upper 70s. today, low to mid 60s. slight chance for a few showers this afternoon. but mainly we'll see that rain up further north closer forr collins and greeley. denver, 63 today. a touch let's dance.
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the stars were sizzling on "dancing's" latin night, the hottest show of the season and everyone was just wowing the crowd with their rumbas and everything else and one couple felt the heat. jesse palmer is here with that. hey there, jesse. >> hey there, robin, that's right. amber rose and her partner were booted from the ballroom. and we're going to hear from maks live in a moment, but, first, here's a look at some of the hottest moves on latin night. ? i want it all ? >> reporter: a sizzling and steamy night on "dancing with the stars." ? i can't keep my hands to myself ? >> reporter: the first time any couple has scored four 10s after one of the sexiest tangos ever on "dancing with the stars." ? yourself ? >> now, that is chemistry. >> driven by unsatiable desire. sensational. >> reporter: jana and gleb shooting to the top of the
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>> 10. ? blah blah blah ? ? cha cha cha ? >> reporter: a big cooldown for fan favorite maks and his partner amber rose. the latest couple to leave the ballroom. >> amber and maks. >> i tried my best. >> reporter: talking to our cameras overnight. >> i think a lot of people assume i'm a certain way, and i'm glad i had an opportunity for people to see me in a different light. i'm an activist. i'm a feminist. i'm a mom. i'm forever going to be a down home philly girl. >> reporter: amber confessing the past few weeks center stage have been tough. >> it's not easy. it's extremely hard. but it was a lot of fun and i'm glad that i did it. >> reporter: and overnight, maks writing this heartfelt post on instagram saying "thank you for some of the best weeks of his dancing career" and that "she made him proud." and overnight maks also telling us what surprised him the most about his partner, how shy amber was.
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a side most people may not know about her. >> you know who is equally shy, our maks. we somehow pull it out of him. welcome back. i love the hat, maks and val, yes, yes. hey, your instagram post was so beautiful talking about amber and something else that you said. you said the world has yet to see what she can really do. what did you mean by that? >> i don't think -- well, i personally didn't know who this person was. i knew of her. i knew, you know, same as people reading tabloids and stuff but, you know, one of the things about the show is you get to find out who the person really is, you know, behind all the lights and stuff and i was surprised to find out that she's just so chill and down to earth. i was expecting some sort of like internet vixen type of personality and it's far from the truth. >> that's sweet. >> but the show is also giving us a chance to know who you are and everybody here loves you, man. you're awesome. you're a good man. when i read this i was a little
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season but then when i read the reason why, i was so excited because you're going to be at home preparing to be ready for the baby but are you ready for the baby in january? >> i am ready, yeah, i think -- well, i mean i think i'm ready but everybody around us seem to think that -- you know, it's always this little smirk and like, you'll find out. and so i have a list of like ten things that i'm going to find out about but i can't wait. >> well, you know what, they don't come with directions. as you go. >> he will and peta. yeah. what did you think about last night? >> thank you so much. >> what did you think about last night? >> i loved it. i loved -- actually i went home and watched our performance but i first saw the whole thing got sneake up on us. the next thing you know, it's between us and calvin johnson and i'm like, come on. could this have been at least -- but, you know, i think everybody is doing a great job, and i was very proud of amber and us together. i think the number was great. i think everything that i asked
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i pushed a lot. she tried to push back but just naturally and, you know, i think we came out with a great season. she's going to have a couple of beautiful dances to look back and be proud of. >> what michael was just saying, having a baby doesn't come with directions, but you kind of need something, doesn't he, michael? >> you need some help so we got a little help for you so bring it on out, you guys. >> oh, my god. >> there you go. >> diaper duty. that's the diaper duty you were talking about. >> i can't wait. i can't wait, you guys, and thank you so much. this is amazing. that's one thing i keep being told is that there's not enough diapers. >> and there's never enough of you, maks. we'll see you. >> absolutely. >> we'll be back. thursday on "gma," keep calm and don't panic. okay, forget it. panic. because we've got panic at the disco performing live then friday, get this, it's michael buble live this week, keep calm and watch "gma" presented by carmax. tonight, david muir inside
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what to do with the remaining detainees. the president wants it closed. the americans who say don't bring them here. >> hell no. >> where do they go after they're released. we find them on "world news tonight" with david muir and "nightline." >> hillary has experience but it's bad experience. >> i know you live in your own reality. >> an even more stunning round two. >> it's just awfully good that somebody with the temperament of donald trump is not in charge of the law in our it's time for the final abc. face-off. >> bring it on. >> trump, clinton, the final presidential debate, tomorrow
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day 27. today our state will get another visit from presidential candidate trump. this afternoon he'll make an appearance in colorado springs and he heads to grand junction for a rally at the airport. meanwhile, trump is not the only one feeling backlash from this access hollywood video. he was just announced that billy bush negotiate ated a deal to leave nbc and the todayeashow. and bush were caught on tape making lewd comments and bush says he looks forward to what lies ahead. it hasn't been announced what that is. here's a look at your first alert forecast with lisa. >> it's pretty. wind speeds at 15 to 20 miles-per-hour. it's chilly this morning. in colorado, windier conditions and wind gust about 20 to 30. that's where we have red flag warnings in place today. higher
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trinidad. here in denver, our terms are 10 to 15 degrees cooler. we'll be in the low to mid 60s this afternoon. slight chance for a stray shower this afternoon and evening. tomorrow, 58, and then the warmup returns. by f donald trump and congressman coffman would punish women. and coffman tried to redefine rape
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ors, victims of statutory rape, would not be considered rape victims. coffman and trump are too dangerous for colorado. dccc is responsible for the content of this advertising. the earlier problems are getting cleared off including the person clufrnged out on c-470. i'm seeing sllw traffic getting better on the toll way. stop and go traffic on 225. part is from the earlier accidents, also we had construction at 17th causing some delays back up onto the highway. i-25 still delays and a new problem by colfax, northbound 25 that's why we're seeing the heavy stop and go traffic northbound and southbound across downtown. 6th avenue and i-70 are busy. 270, that north side busy and take a
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you can see ? welcome to my house ? [ applause ] welcome back to "good morning america." on this terrific tuesday, a lot ahead. >> a lot coming up. michael, get us started. >> okay, what i'm bringing to the table is really what mario batali is bringing to the table he prepared the obama's final state dinner which will honor the italian prime minister and i looked at the menu, you know, and i'm going to read the menu. agnolati, piccorino, brac ichir. basically it's a bunch of stuff i can't pronounce but it sounds delicious.
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pasta that is. >> little pillows. >> like baby raf reallies. >> that's delicious. in any pasta is good pasta. i don't care how it's shaped >> all sounds italian but everything is used with american ingredients because it's the white house. >> wow. >> if you were going to host a party like this a state dinner who would you have prepare it and what wow ask for. >> marcus samuelsson. i get him first. i get to pick him first. >> oh, yes. >> >> if this would be a restaurant you definitely would be the guest, you should eat the food and george should sell the food. but you prepared obama's first state dinner. so what goes into this meal? >> well, you know, it's a lot of preparation and everything getting checked, the right ingredients get in and right now, you know it's such a big
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but this still would be a day that he'll always remember. for me it's one of the biggest honors i've had to cook for our president and the first lady. >> marcus, you're such a terrific chef. [ applause ] but knowing mario, having been there, will he have a case of the nerves today? >> a little bit. i mean a little bit nervous is not bad. it's a big occasion but then you have to control your staff. basically we had -- it's like four course, you have 44 minutes, not 45. 400 dishes right away and then, boom, then on to something else, right. so it's really about timing, organization and not being too nervous. >> and how much input did the first lady and president have on the menu? >> oh, michelle is the boss, you know that. what are you talking about? you know that, george. no, she -- with our dinner she just started her initiative with let's move so focused a lot on vegetables, we had a lot of vegetables and i see that mario has a lot of vegetables in this
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initiative about healthy and better food for our country is definitely coming through on this menu as well. >> but he also has tiramisu so a little injuly jensen not so bad. >> he'll be there in his orange crocs. >> and he will be in his orange cro och cros ch crocs. >> good luck. sweet, bring it in, boys. >> what. [ applause ] >> oh. >> just around the corner. everybody here like candy, raise your hand if you like a little sweet treat? i know you do. i will make sure we share. fun little story wondering if you guys know what is the favorite candy, halloween candy in your home state. >> i think it's given away by what we have in front of us. >> did you know beforehand? >> no. >> sweet tarts are my total
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>> one of my favorites too the hershey kisses, perfect. >> i was born in massachusetts, starburst, grew up in ohio, milky way but my favorite from michigan, m&ms. >> i do love candy. >> peanut m&ms. this is texas but i got to say you can have that. that's not for me. i don't like candy >> i'll eat one more. i like it because i'm very mature and like to to do this. [ applause ] >> you know, that one tooth like that would be counted me as a vampire, one long tooth in the middle. i love sour patch kids and love m&ms. my two favorites. >> you play golf in new jersey.
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>> that's the candy of new jersey. >> that's why i like new jersey. >> that's all i had. i was looking for an excuse to bring out candy to my favorite people so i'll pass out. you guys move on. >> you do that. >> here we go. >> while you guys are handing out the candy, let me tell you about something that we're bringing you this morning. jarrius robertson is one inspiring teenager who caught the eye of his favorite football team and mine. i'm talking about the new orleans saints. who d the strength, you know, he is a little guy but has the strength of someone like you a hall of famer. we'll talk to him and have some surprises for him but first jarrius' story. >> hi, brother. >> reporter: jarrius jair isn't your average new orleans saints fan. >> i'm your size. >> reporter: what you call a st. super fan. >> have wheels.
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>> touchdown. >> reporter: he attends practices and games and even shows them a little tough love. >> you're trying to do stuff thaw can't do. you're trying to be mr. showoff. >> reporter: this quality time with his favorite team keeps jarrius' spirits up as he faces a serious illness, the 14-year-old has been battling chronic liver disease his entire life which has affected his physical growth and he's currently on the waiting list for a liver transplant. >> in the hospital for days is kind of rough for a kid. >> reporter: he met the st. one year ago during one of his extended hospital stays at ochsner hospital for children. >> you two guys to hit as hard as you can. >> reporter: and he made a lasting impression. [ cheers and applause ] >> way to go. are you ready to go and his dad. >> it's game time. >> game time for jarrius
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game time. >> all right, man. >> have a seat. have a seat. oh. >> this feels good. >> does it feel good? >> la-z-boy. >> it is. nothing but the best for you, jarrius. so tell us, you know, the first time you met the st. i heard you couldn't even sleep the night before the nurses told you that they were coming to the hospital. tell us about that time. >> well, before everything started, i couldn't sleep because i wanted to coming until the nurse spilled the beans and then they told me and when they got there, i was like, i was very excited because that was my very first time meeting them in person. >> and in that piece it looked like you were giving them some good tips. were you giving them tough love. >> yeah, because you have to be tough or you're going to be soft.
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>> i'm scared of him. you should be. >> i got down in a three-point stance and said you want to go and he said, i'll hurt you. i'm good. >> i hear you do a mean drew brees imper nation. what is your -- >> on the video game he goes a little like this. >> okay. >> we're new orleans saints, we're going to do what we do play what why do. we be us, we be strong and then he says new orleans. >> yeah. >> and then -- >> okay. not only that, but -- >> wait, there's more. >> on the line he always licks his hand before he touch the ball. i don't know why but he does. he goes like this. red 90. ohio. then he do that. >> you've been paying attention. [ applause ] hey, you know -- >> but i know you have a special
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what's your otto. >> it takes lives to save lives. >> it takes lives to save lives. >> that means -- >> what does that mean. >> that means like people go out and donate anything like blood, organ, kidney or liver and it can save somebody else's life. >> yeah. >> you know -- >> amen. >> that's true. [ applause ] and you know, my sister donated her stem cells to me and that was a way of saving someone's life so going through and we're here for you and i know that your dad, jordy, you want to talk about that about how people, people can save other people's lives. >> our motto is it takes lives to save lives. something me and jarrius decided and started to reach people them, word of mouth., contacting anything to get the word out that becoming an organ donor can help save a lot of people's lives. >> that's rue. >> throughout the whole ordeal,
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inspiration, our backbone. they call and check up on him. they're our next home. >> who dat nation. >> who dat nation. who dat nation. [ applause ] >> you know, well, we have some special people joining us from that who dat nation. we have head coach sean payton, quarterback drew brees and defensive end cam jordan. >> cam jordan. >> yes. [ cheers and applause ] >> wow. okay. i don't think i've ever been you know how much i love my beloved new orleans st. and to see them all here and have jarrius here too. what was so special, cam and drew, so special about this little guy right here who is with us? >> i mean, the first time i met him he came in and just really hit me with that reel. you need to get in there and sack the quarterback. this is what you got to do. you can't fall off, cam. what are you doing, man?
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>> and for you, drew. >> jarrius has been to -- jarrius has to been to about four or five practices and every time i get some type of coaching point and sent me a selfie video there from new york telling us that we need to quit making these games so close. we need to try, you know, put in a few more points between, you know, at the end of the game so we can -- we don't make it so scary, but now love having jarrius out here. he's such an man, his strength, his attitude and he's welcome out here any time. we love him. >> you know, he gave a great impersonation of you and robin said she's excited to see you guys. i'm excited to see you because you're not in uniform and not getting beat like a drum so and sean, you coach with the giantss when i was with the giantss and i know, you know, you've had a lot of success down in new orleans and i'm so glad to see you take jarrius under your wing down there.
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special for him so i'll let you take it away. >> it's simple now as a coach, you love it when you see someone with his energy. he is on everyone's butt. trust me. so we're going to sign jarrius today to a contract to become a new orleans saint. today, right here, right there in new york. >> right here. there you go. [ plause ] >> there you go. sign it. >> you don't have to tell me twice. >> head coach, tell him what his first assignment is going to be, coach. >> hey, he's got an assignment. it's significant. you, jarrius, you and your father are coming with us, the st., this weekend to kansas city and you are going to be our social media correspondent, heck, we're going to put you in charge of all the media. you're just going to be in
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>> big job, jarrius. [ cheers and applause ] >> oh, man. >> well, hey, we know you guys can't see his reaction but he just did some dance, i don't think i've ever seen. how about that? >> oh, guys, thank you so much. >> michael, michael, you have to watch it. >> absolutely. you know what, thank you, guys, so much and this is a great -- it's very hard not to be a fan of the who but i tell you that? thank you. thank you. >> it really is but i got to say, you guys, you guys are a great example of sports and doing things the right way and really using your platform to help other people and, jarrius, congratulations, you're now an official member of the new orleans saints, baby. >> thank you all very much. [ applause ] wow. we'll be right back.
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this is the colorado none of us want to lose. i'm gail schwartz, and i'm running for congress to stop the sale of our public lands. coloradans should have the freedom to use this land for ranching, hunting and fishing, not watch it sold off to the highest bidder. scott tipton wants to cut off our access to these lands for generations to come, killing thousands of jobs. i approved this message because i won't let that happen.
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result of hate. my son matt was murdered in laramie, wyoming, in 1998. he was befriended by two men in a bar who pretended to be gay. they offered him a ride home, and when he was in their car, they robbed him and beat him. they drove matt out to the prairie and tied him to a split-rail fence, then beat him some more and left him for dead. in the aftermath of matt's death, my family saw the best of america in the love and support we were shown. so when i see the hate that donald trump has brought to his campaign for president, it terrifies me. i'd like to punch him in the face, i'll tell ya. ahh, i don't know what i said, uhh, i don't remember. he's a mexican. i could stand in the middle of fifth avenue and shoot somebody, and i wouldn't... words have an influence. violence causes pain. hate can rip us apart. i know what can happen as the result of hate, and donald trump should never be our president. priorities usa action
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? now you guys remember these, that's right. rubik's cubes are sparking major competitions around the world and we have journalist and appearing cuber ian scheffler here. you wrote the book called "cracking the cube." welcome. i'm going to hand these to you because apparently you can answer the questions and talk while you solve. >> yes, i can. so, 11 years ago i went to a very unusual summer camp that
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went to when they were children and sat next to the greatest solver on the plan in et and taught me how to do it. >> whoa. >> and you got wrapped up -- you were just going to do a story. >> there you go. that's one. >> then you got wrapped up into speaking. >> i fell into it because i learned there's so much more to it than just solving rubik's cube. there's design, art, history but it's a sport. it's a competitive endeavor and i started doing it myself that's what the book is about. >> ian, thank yo good morning, happy tuesday. it is really pretty outside. we have blue skies..3 state wide, it's a nice start to the day. we'll see a few rain and snow showers across northern this weather brought to you by project crossovers. i think all of us will be here for the next 24 hours trying this.
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samuelsson. got a new book called "red rooster" cookbook, thetory of food and culture in harlem. you've been part of it. >> absolutely. harlem is an amazing community and the book is filled with great recipes. as you can see michael is already eating. >> what do we have? >> we'll make pork chop with peanut and bacon sauce. there wasn't even enough pork without adding bacon to it. >> mustard seeds. garlic ginger, red wine vinegar, boom. let that simmer. george, you're a good cook, i can tellyou. >> i try. >> and i'll put the pork chop in here but i'll put jerk spice, a little bit jerk spice on it, all right? >> okay, which is? >> which is real jerk spice comes from jamaica. the whole community of harlem has a big jamaican community. >> yeah, man. >> right, right, right. you see. >> this has a real tang to it.
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so, we got in the jerk you have a little bit of cinnamon, chili, all spice, maple syrup and thyme and now we'll cough, how is the pork chop. >> excellent. >> did robin get any? >> robin is tearing it up. >> and then i tell you it's good. >> great tasting. >> really nice sweet greens and -- >> a kick to the kick is in the spice. >> can you pronounce that. >> bayberry. >> good. you went from italian words, absolutely. >> you got a playlist that goes with every chapter. >> yes, absolutely. our restaurant wouldn't be the same without music so me one of my favorite migs of all time is mr. james brown.
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>> so pork chop is almost done. we'll flip it. flip this one. ? living in america ? >> i'll glaze it with some jerk. put a little peanuts. ? living in america ? >> need some right there. >> i'll put some sauce on it. right? "living in america." there you go. >> i thank you right there. >> making america taste great again. hey. no politics. no politics, brother. >> don't go away.
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from a rancher's perspective, we feel that often washington is removed from what we need. senator bennet is different. michael bennet has been at the ready and always willing to listen. when the federal government wanted to increase grazing fees,
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and that means a lot to a guy like me. i'm a republican, but i know that michael bennet trusts us and we trust him. i'm michael bennet and i approve this message. ? we're back now with our friend, marcus samuelsson. let them eat cake. so tell us because people think it's a southern tradition but
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>> right here in new york city. cake for everybody. everybody get cake. >> thank you. >> can you believe that, michael was up 4:00 in the morning making this cake? >> i was up all night. >> can you believe that? >> is it hard to make from scratch, though? >> no, it's not hard. it's super delicious to make. it's worth it and it can actually last for a couple of days. >> mm-mm. >> it's more than worth it. >> if you want recipes, the "red rooster" cookbook is available right now. >> today.
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donald trump and congressman coffman would punish women. and coffman tried to redefine rape to mean only forcible rape. in coffman's bill, victims who were drugged, even minors, victims of statutory rape, would not be considered rape victims. coffman and trump are too dangerous for colorado. dccc is responsible for the content of this advertising. about a year ago, 30 ethiopians were killed by isis. reporter: mass execution of ethiopian christians... mike coffman was the only one that reached out to our community. he went to every ethiopian church. he was there, and he was sharing the sadness that we were actually experiencing at the time. he says what he means, and he does what he says. that means a lot to us and to me. i'm mike coffman,
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600 people. it's 0% contained. whitmore under a pre-evacuationt has lived in that area her entire life and this is the second time she's had to pack up. >> we've gone through papers and gotten, you know, birth certificates, death certificates, insurance papers, licenses, that's all that kind of stuff. >> the cause of the fire is unknown. water drops were not possible yesterday because of those high winds we had. they had wind gust at let's check the first alert forecast with lisa. >> not as windy today, but wind speeds at 20 to 30 miles-per-hour across southern colorado. fire danger isn't as high across the state. i'll show you where we have flag warnings. we could get showers today. it's closer fort collins and further north. it will stay cooler through thursday. now, we've got denver right now with wind speeds at 10 to 20 miles-per-hour. a little
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springs. fire danger again higher down south near trinidad through the afternoon. this relative humidity drops below 15%. low 60s in denver today. thingg off nicely across the state. feels like fall. tomorrow, some upper 50s. looke weekend, jason, it warms back up. 70 have and sunday. you can see the latest problems. we have double problem on i-70 near 270. they're partially blocking the right lane and there's anoth crash near colorado bouleeard coming on the westbound side. double trouble there. you can see the heavy stop and go traffic on i-70 to the 270 crash
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