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margulies. coming up on "early today." the first time in our nation's history that a woman will be a major party nominee. >> hillary clinton, acknowledges an historic achievement, while bernie sanders, says it ain't over yet. as the republican backlash over donald trump's judge comments gross, the presumptive republican nominee makes an appeal to sanders supporters, while receiving his first unendorsement. officials in rio try to ease zika fears, saying the number of cases are dropping fast. plus, stunning video of a cop tasering a teen, leaving him brain damaged. a gruesome discovery in lake land, florida. and hackers target the nfl commissioner. "early today" starts right
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now. good morning, i'm dara brown, breaking news this morning for the first time in america's 240 year history, a woman at the top of the a major party ticket. just a short while ago, nbc projected hillary clinton as the winner in california. and while senator bernie sanders refuses to back downed, the front page of the daily news says it all. secretary clinton has clinched a majority of pledged delegates to become the presumptive nominee for president. also taking new jersey, south carolina, and new mexico, along with california, clinton makes history in breaking that next glass ceiling. >> it may be hard to see tonight, but we are all standing under a glass ceiling right now. thanks to you, we have reached a milestone. first time in our nation's history that a woman will be a
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major party nominee. >> clinton also made some of her strongest points against her likely republican opponent, donald trump. >> donald trump is temperamen l temperamentally unfit to be president. he is not just trying to build a wall between america and mexico, he is trying to wall off americans from each other. when he says let's make america great again, that is code for let's take america backwards. >> meanwhile, sanders held a final california rally after he won the state of north caroliad. sanders remains on continuing his campaign refusing to give up the fight. >> next tuesday, we continue the fight in the last primary in washington, d.c. and then we take our fight for
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social, economic, racial and environmental justice to philadelphia, pennsylvania. i am pretty good in arithmetic, and i know that the fight in front of us is a very, very steep fight. but we will continue to fight for every vote, and every delegate. >> sanders will spend today in his hometown of burlington, vermont. "the new york times" reports his campaign is planning for layoffs. he is scheduled in washington, d.c. on thursday, we'll he meet with harry reid and a new statement from the white house says at sanders' request, the president and sander also meet at the white house about the significant issues at stake in this electio that matter most. president obama called both of them and congratulating them for
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their campaigns, issues like fighting economic inequality. last night, donald trump used a teleprompter to to stay on message and shake confidence. he reached out to supporters. here is what he said. >> i understand the responsibility of carrying the mantle, and i will never, ever let you down. too much work, too many people. blood, sweat and tears, never going to let you down. i will make you proud of your party. and our movement. that's what it is. it is a movement. >> it was trump's best attempt to calm the political water, after what some are calling the worst 72 hours of his campaign. but as measured as that speech was, it remains to be seen if it was enough to drown out the negative headlines following trump. yesterday, paul ryan criticized trump over the
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university case. >> claiming a person can't do the job because of their race is sort of like the textbook definition of a racist comment. that should absolutely be disavowed and absolutely unacceptable. but do i believe hillary clinton is the answer, no, i do not. >> this digital front page of the daily news takes aim the speaker ryan to back trump. mitch mcconnell also slammed trump for his comments. >> my advice to our nominee would be to start talking about the issues that the american people care about, and to start doing it now. in addition to that, it's time to quit attacking various people that you competed with, or various minority groups in the group, and get on message. >> trump also received his unendorsement from senator mark kirk. he put out a statement that says after much consideration i have conclude thad donald trump has not demonstrated the temperament necessary to assume the greatest
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office in the world. nbc's hallie jackson spoke with the senator yesterday and he encouraged his fellow republicans to follow his lead. >> i cannot support him because of what he said about the judge. that was too racist and bigoted for me. >> do you hope other memrs of your party do what you're doing now? >> i do. we should send a strong message that racism and bigotty will not be tolerate zd that came shortly before he launched a website defending his university, 98 percent approval he said his words were misconstrued, but he did not apologize for his attacks on a federal judge's mexican heritage. instead, he said i do not feel that one's heritage makes them incapable of being impartial, however, he says he feels justified in questioning whether he is getting a fair trial based
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on prior rulings. he hit back against republican critics last night. >> some of the republicans and in all fairness, some of the people that i went through war with, and i won, and there a lot of -- there a lot of anxiety there. there is a lot of, you know, there a lot of anger, i guess, anger. they just can't come back. they can't get over it. they have to get it over ideally. as to whether or not they endorse me, it's okay if they don't. they shouldn't be so angry for so long. >> let's bring in political analyst and best selling author ellis hennigan. >> what a night. >> wow. >> we did expect hillary clinton was going to win and we knew that, but senator sanders, he is not backing down. what will this do to the democratic party? >> it is rattling the hillary campaign, i'll tell you that. they want him to get going, bernie. it's been lovely knowing you, but hit the road, about you hbu. >> he is going to meet with president obama and with harry reid on thursday. >> that's right. >> and this is at sanders'
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request. what do you think they'll talk about? >> you have do believe that he is open to the idea of finding some kind of smoother exit strategy, right. he is not going to get the nomination. i mean, even he is clear about that. but so what does he do to continue this movement, to affect the platform, to make sure that the issues that he cares about actually get advanced in the years to come. >> well, can president obama or possibly senator reid, can they play peacemaker in this, and what is going to happen if bernie sanders decides to not play ball here? >> well, think of obama as the leaner in chief, right, he is leaning on bernie. you know, in the end, listen, he has a right to continue. he can fight until the convention. he can fight on. in the end, though, i believe that bernie actually, you know, has some belief in these issues he has been fighting for for decades. he sure doesn't want president trump in charge. >> no doubt bernie sanders does believe in what he is fighting for, and hasn't he kind of won
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here? hasn't he also made hillary clinton a better candidate? >> yes, he has won every way except he is not going to be were he is. >> correct. >> the impact on the party, and i have to tell you, dara, the democratic party four years or eight years from now may be closer to the progressive wing that bernie represents than the more moderate approach that we get from hillary. >> it will be interesting to see if that happens. let's turnover to trump for a bit here, because he seems to have actually taken the hint, right. he was working with a prompter last night. he stayed on target. he took measured steps here. do you think this will make an impact? >> will it last? doubtful. i mean, listen, it calmed the me memo men temporary crisis. top republicans questioning whether they could continue to support him. so he had to calm that down and i suppose he achieved that last night. but i have to tell you, i think
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donald is more the caged animal who going to be shaking it bars 12 hours from now. will he still be reading off the prompter, i got my doubts. >> you brought up a good thing that people are running away from him. senator mark kirk was the first to unendorse him. and he has urged his colleagues to do the same. how will that effect him? >> the question does it spread beyond a couple of folks. clearly, he has upset a lot of traditional republicans. you saw mitch mcconnell, right, and others saying, hey. so i think he has a problem. he has to real it in. >> real it in. >> thanks . in other news, bicyclists killed in kalamazoo, michigan. charges are expected to be filed later this week, all of the victims are adults.
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at least two of the injured are in critical condition. witnesses tell nbc station that the driver was swerving across multiple lanes before the crash. concern about the zika virus has authorities in brazil reassure half a million people attending the games this summer, that we've seen a steep decline in cases. tom costello has more. >> two months before the olympic torch finally makes its way to rio, they're trying to reassure people worried about the virus, infection rates dropping fast. from nearly 4,000 cases in march to fewer than 100 now. brazilian researchers predict 16 cases during the case. south america's winter bringing cool dry air. >> it will lower the risk for visitors, such as zika virus.
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>> but zika is linked to 1,400 cases of microcephaly in babies, and health experts continue to warn pregnant women or women who might become pregnant to avoid the country. >> are you pregnant? >> well, yeah, i am pregnant. >> the "today" show savannah will not go to rio. >> the doctors says we shouldn't because of the zika virus. >> t.j. vanguard en says he could be a concern to his wife after returning. >> tom costello reporting. bill karins is here with your forecast. good morning. >> the heat is on the move and done with tropical storm colin. minor flood threat as we go throughout the day today. flood watch for central portions of florida. this got about 4 to 6 inches of
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rain, maybe get an additional 2 to 4 inches. west, vegas, 109, salt lake city, 90, billings, back to normal, close to normal in the northwest, coastal oregon. as we go through the three-day forecast, portland, 60s, near 70 degrees, big change. redding, upper 80s, and boise, dropping from 100 to 73 on saturday. that's like a 25 degree change. salt lake city, saturday or sunday to get cooler air. even vegas, out of the triple digits we're still about five to ten degrees above normal.
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that's dry in the west, and still pretty warm. >> a reprieve on the way. thank you for that. straight ahead, a bizarre story with an alligator with something suspicious in its mouth. the biggest professional sports league in america, hacked. details up next. if you have allergy congestion, muddling through your morning is nothing new. ...your nose is the only thing on your mind... ...and to get relief, anything is fair game. introducing rhinocort® allergy spray from the makers of zyrtec®. powerful relief from your most frustrating nasal allergy symptom* ,all day and all night. hasn't your nose been through enough already? try new rhinocort® allergy spray. muddle no more® every ingredient is the main ingredient. the strawberry poppyseed... romaine, mandarin, pineapple, blueberry, strawberry, strawberry... strawberry... salad with chicken. at panera. food as it should be.
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welcome back. police in florida got a scary call tuesday afternoon. senior home reported seeing an alligator swimming with a human body in its mouth. the lake land police department was able to retrieve the body of an unknown male, but not freshly killed. the area is known to have an aggressive gator, there are no missing persons reported, and they're working to trap the represent tile. shocking dashcam video by a u.s. district tern with a frightening traffic stop. independence, missouri, september, 2014, during the stop, the teen was ordered to
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get out of the car. the officer it is aed him in the face, and chest when the young man did not comply, he then threw the teen to the ground, face first. he suffered a severe brain injury. the now former officer was sentenced to four years in prison. shocking reports of roger gadall's death, the league's pr department quickly responded and reassured the league's millions of followers that the commissioner was not harmed in any way. just ahead, epic drama at the college softball championship. next on "early today." ndsome, i., and my sweethearts gone sayonara. this scarf, all that's left to remember. what! she washed this like a month ago! how's a guy supposed to move on!
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where you stand politically, 240 years later, it's about time. elizabeth banks posted very emotional, historic moment. stephen colbert, on the late show. >> this actual tape of clinton's actual speech is all over the internet right now. take a listen. >> we feel that for too long, our leaders have viewed politics as the art of the possible. and the challenge now is to practice politics as t art of making what appears to be impossible possible. >> and now, she has done it. she has made the impossible possible. she is a woman who has clinched the presidential nomination. that is something you could only see in a sci-fi novel, or any other country in the world. we can't contain it any long... oh!
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leading the news from the bbc, clinton held milestone for women. britain has been following the race, and shares the same milestone when margaret thacher was nominated in 1979. hillary clinton claims democratic nomination, bernie says fight will continue. india led the way when it elected a prime minister half a century ago. here in the u.s., l.a. times puts it bluntly. face the facts, hillary clinton has won. the time has arrived, but are the times right for her. as for clinton, this was her personal message to young girls across the nation. to every little girl who dreams big, yes, you can be anything you want, even president. tonight is for you. >> nbc reheme ellis checks in.
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>> secretary of state or former secretary of state. >> someone who has worked really hard their whole career. >> she is now poised to do something no woman has done before. >> finally, fathers will be able to say to their daughters, you too can grow up to be president. >> but not long, these brooklyn students. >> do you think a female president would be different from a male president. >> maybe a little different, but i think they kind of would be the same and still do the same things. >> depending on their personality and characteristics, they might be different than someone else, but not the fact that they are female. >> maybe it's because i am a girl and bias, i'm thinking equally as strong or more strong. >> for the majority of these kids' lives, they've had an
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african-american president. so a female doesn't seem too farfetched. >> that's such a big thing. >> margaret chase smith, a senator from maine, lost her bid for the gop nomination in 1964. less than a decade later, shirley chisolm got there in 1972. >> everybody can do the same thing. >> history is not limited to reading words in a textbook, but also about witnessing it on a national stage. what's amazing now is we hit this milestone, right, but what's next? >> i don't know. >> the election. >> whoever wins, either one of them, there is going to be nothing to compare them to previously. >> exactly, decade has been remarkable. >> fascinating just to watch how it plays out. it has been. >> we'll be here and hoping everybody will be watching with us. keep it right here for more news, weather and sports. i'm dara brown, along with bill
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new jersey--- hillary clinton celebrated history in brooklyn. . claiming victory after a decisive win in california and new jersey. hillary clinton celebrating history if brooklyn. now she find herself on a collision course with donald trump. plus, two democrats appear on the november ballot in the senate race for the first time since voters approved new rules six years ago. they emerge from a crowded field. and the disaster averted. towering claims erupt overnight getting heart stoppingly close to nearby gas pumps. today in the bay starts right now. >> a very good dnesday, i had to


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