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coming up on "early today," head spinning politics, as the donald and bernie sanders talk about debating each other. while donald trump and hillary clinton are about to -- editorial board for clinton, it follows an inspector general's report about her use of private e-mail. total deaf sayingvastation, and plain states. plus, the tsa grapples with hundreds more travelers flooding the system. six month old record holder, "early today," starts right now. good morning. i'm gigi stone-wood.
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slug fisfest slugfest. bernie sanders and donald trump debating each other. >> will you debate him? >> yes, i am. how much will he pay me? >> you would do it for a price? >> yeah, if i debated him, we would have such high ratings, and i think should give -- take that money and give it to some worthy charity okay. >> so if it was done for charity, you would agree? >> if he paid a nice sum, i would love do that. >> just hours ago, tweeting game on, i look forward to debating trump. nothing scheduled yet, but trump admitted to kimmel that he used fake names in the past, in an effort to get better business deals. >> over the years, i've used alias, and when i'm in real estate especially when i was in brooklyn with my father and i would want to buy something,
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nobody knew who trump was at that time, so it wasn't so important. but i would never want to use my name, because you had to pay more money for the land. >> trump's sit down came with another day of protests on the campaign trail. hundreds of demonstrators took to the streets of anaheim, california during his visit. the images that came out of albuquerque, tuesday, protesters can be seen hurling objects at police and trump supporters. the officers pushed them bark and a handful arrested. that violence came after he referred to them as "thugs flying the mexican flag." his feud with the state's governor, susana martinez, reached new heights. that's after she responded to his criticisms. >> it doesn't bother moo whe wh says. it just doesn't affect me. i was a prosecutor for 25 year,
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it is not something that's going to affect me. >> his relationship with martinez continued to fray. trump did make in roads with house speaker paul ryan. they spoke by phone after reports that ryan could endorse trump as early as this week. the purpose of last night's call was to continue their conversation about unifying the party. that, on top of a campaign shake-up for trump, like wiley leaving, after just six weeks on the job. the donald told "extra" that he is ready to get in the mud with hillary clinton. >> she is tough. she is resilient over the years. she has been doing this for a long time. they're really nasty and hurt a lot of zepeople. >> i heard you have lot of info on them. >> we'll see what happens. the fact is, they're very tough. they're very nasty, they play a tough game. >> president obama told reporters today that trump's
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candidacy is having a negative effect on leaders around the world. >> they are paying very close attention to this election. i think it's fair to say that they are surprised by the republican nominee. they are not sure how seriously to take some of his pronouncements, but they're rattled by him. and for good reason. an independent government breathing new life into hillary clinton's e-mail controversy, use of a personal e-mail server for official business when she was secretary of stated. andrea mitch al has details. >> again dogged by her e-mails. an investigation from the state department, blasting clinton for using only a private home e-mail server, while secretary of state. and finding she violating the federal records act by not
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turning over all official e-mails before she left office. sending e-mails to a personal account to other employees is not an appropriate med oth. >> this was fully above board. people knew i was using it, i did it for convenience. i sent e-mails that i thought were work related to people's.gov accounts. her e-mails were not all saved for the record. the report revealing a new email exchange with huma abdine. clinton responded let's get separate address but i don't want any risk of the personal being accessible. >> the report found no evidence clinton requested or obtained permission to use a private server, and would not have been granted if asked. she refused to be interviewed. saying she wanted to talk to the
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fbi first. >> we were going to await the opportunity to answer questions from the justice department. >> but already, donald trump, firing away. >> she is as crooked as they come. inspector general's report, not good. >> president obama's state department saying she exercised bad judgment, shouldn't have done it, and that's going be a republican talking point all the way through election day. >> the report also says former secretary of state colin powell did not retain his e-mail but the rules were tightened years later. they blame the state department for security failures. an editorial board has come against clinton on the issues, saying clinton displayed an in excuse able disregard for the are rules. president obama met with leaders of the g7 summit. speaking to reporters earlier this morning, the president
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stressed the importance behind tomorrow's historic visit to hiroshima. >> i think part of the reason i'm going is because i want to once again underscore the very real risk that are out there. and the sense of urgency that we all should have. so it's not only a reminder of the terrible toll of world war ii, and the death of innocence across continents, but also to remind ourselves that the job is not done. >> the head of the tsa says the agency is adding staff to help deal with increasingly airport security lines. >> we have a challenge this summer which we are aggressively meeting head on. we're providing more overtime and 680 new officers, converting the help of congress and reprogramming front line
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officers from part-time to full-time. >> in front of the house committee, administrator peter neffenger says a combination of factors are to blame, including more flyers, less screeners and fewer travelers that have applied for the government's precheck program. meanwhile, the tsa says it has cut the lines at chicago o'hare to just 20 minutes from two hours last week. this morning, the head of the tsa appears exclusively on "today." another round of severe weather barrelled across wednesday, rolling through abilene, texas, dirt and debris. emergency managers say at least 20 homes were damaged or destroyed. check out how close storm chasers got this tornado in abilene. you can see a video in the thick of things. fortunately, no injuries reported. nbc meteorologist bill
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karins is here. good morning. >> good morning. >> another threat of tornado as soon as. >> yeah, today may be worst than yesterday. we have one super cell that produced all those yesterday in kansas, interstate 70 there that we were concerned. luckily they survived. no fatalities, a lot of structure damage. today, 70 to 80 miles per hour wind gust, racing through wisconsin and st. louis. bigger news, what happens this afternoon and this evening, once again, we have a huge area at risk. that's why we have 28 million people, the state of texas, to minnesota. the greatest concern, though, for tornados is this area here in southern nebraska, central kansas, and then as we go to friday, get away day for the holiday weekend, houston, tle shrevepo
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shreveport, 17 million at risk, the middle of the country, you can't just get the thunderstorms without the water starting to add up. we'll see the possibility of 4 to 5 inches of rain in east texas. if we get that much rain, we will go et somee south, still feeling warm in the central california valley. we'll wait and see later today just how bad it is. hopefully we wouldn't lose any lives. >> thanks for keeping us updated. an infant in florida making waves online. one of the youngest water skiers, six month old zila, 700 feet across the lake. her parents are actually water skiing championships as you can
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imagine. they placed her on indoor skis after she learned how to stand. they noticed her very strong grip. they are confident -- i would be concerned, but she is is doing great. the best places for college grads, we're going to tell you those cities. plus, the frightening scene when a man hole cover explodes. you're watching "early today." choose to shine. revlon colorstay gel envy with diamond top coat. our toughest top coat yet features exclusive diamondflex technology
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administration told public schools must allow transgender students to use the bathroom of their choice or lose federal funding. the states, led by texas, want them to invalidate the notice. they says it violates basic privacy. two armed suspects entered a game stop, ordering customers to stand against the wall. one teiny gamer wasn't going to take it, punching one of the bad guys. the villains did make off with cash and personal property. but i'm thinking egos may be brui bruised. responding to a fire in a man hole, when suddenly -- wow. duke energy blamed transformers for that blast. they cut power when the smoke appeared. no one was injured. let's get down to business with cnbc's landon dowdy.
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>> hi there. wall street looks for wednesday's games, stocks rally for a second day as oil prices rise, the bench mark, $50 a barrel this year on data showing a drop in u.s. oil supplies and look for unemployment reports and pending home sales. meanwhile, a survey by the feds show most americans say their household finances improved last year, but nearly half say they struggled to cover a $400 expense in an emergency. they conducted it in 2013, recovering from the recession and identify potential risk. president obama and world leaders got a preview of the latest driverless car in japan today as part of the g7 summit. the white house has proposed sending $4 billion to encourage development of driveless cars. thanks, landon. better a computer than some of
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this morning on "today," as president obama's time at the white house begins to wind down, a look at the d.c. mansion the first family will reportedly call home after his presidency is over.
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time now for sports with betty nguyen. good morning. good morning, gigi, the cavaliers stomp all over the raptors, they outscored the entire game by themselves in the first half, the largest conference final history lead. they go on to win by a whopping 38 points. they are just one win away from a trip back to the nba finals. the longest home run of the season was hit yesterday by the youngest player in the league. check it out. texas ranger rookie, mazara, deep into the upper deck, the final distance, a colossal, 491 feet. they went on to win. rough night for roughriders manager, after arguing a call, he throws a helmet and gets tossed, but that was just the beginning. he slides into second base, appears to spit in an ump's face, rips the base out, and he
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kicks it back and destroys third base chalk line before he walks off. can you say anger management? then there is this. san jose sharks heading to the stanley cups finals in franchise history. this took more than 2,100 regular and post season games, over 24 seasons. congratulations to them. let the excitement begin. i'll send it back to you. >> thanks, betty. just ahead, a major hollywood couple files for divorce. college grads looking to kick start their careers may want to call to starter cities. according to researchers, pittsburgh, columbus, ohio, among the top five places for entry level jobs. big cities like san francisco, boston, washington and new york are at the bottom. you're watching "early today." stay with us. [phone rings] ah, it's my brother. keep going...
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leading the news on nbc news.com, leading antibiotics to farm animal may make worst, twice the amount of methane gas, young. methane is the second most common greenhouse gas impacting the earth's ozone layer. apple ceo tim cook saw an iphone in the nearly 350 year old painting. >> it looks like it. who is she texting. >> in a museum in amsterdam, maybe steve jobs didn't invent the iphone after all. it is by a dutch art iist, the title to a woman in a hall says it all, yeah, i'm thinking it's a letter.
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"captain american" fans were stunned. the final page indicates the american hero is now apparently a villain. >> oh, know. >> how could they do that. i double agent for the organization fought all these years. the reveal has stirred much criticism, days african ta-- afr captain american -- cars disappearing into the ground. a long side a river in france, 20 years with it. the road was resting on a broken water pipe, which is believed to have caused the collapse and luckily, no one was hurt. amazing pictures. a man was arrested in los angeles, after climbing the hollywood sign. i feel like they do this once a year. >> making it more difficult. >> this is actually believed to be a stunt for an upcoming moving. lions gait, natural born prank
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>>. >> developing news. novato high schools have to stay home as police search for three suspects in a deadly shooting considered armed and dangerous. sharks swimming into the history book eyeing the stanley cup. >> thank you for joining us, i'm sam brock. >> i'm laura garcia-cannon. did you hear that crowd? >> they woke me up in the middle of the night.

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