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these are not deplorable people, that i can tell you. >> my wife and i represent non-deplorable people. >> i am probably a lot of things. deplorable is not one of them. >> as donald trump tries to capitalize on his opponent's "basket of deplorables" description of his supporters, a fight breaks out at the trump rally in north carolina. >> this as hillary clinton phones in to television and fund-raisers to discuss her pneumonia. bizarre moment for ryan lochte as two men crash the stage during "dancing with the stars." >> the ncaa brings down the hammer on north carolina over
what some calls the state's discriminatory lgbt law. >> plus, fox news removes roger ailes' name from the boardroom and that's not all. >> and dangerous dancing like you have never seen. "early today" starts right now. >> great to be with you. i'm frances rivera. >> i'm achem mow huh dean. when you look at the dancers on the mountain, that's scary. >> for now, this morning, it's new. we have a brand-new snapshot of where the presidential race stands. our latest nbc news/survey monkey tracking poll shows clinton at 48% to trump's 44%. a two-point drop for clinton. where she once enjoyed a double-digit lead, it has narrowed to two points. hillary clinton is staying off the trail today while recuperating from pneumonia.
she is speaking out and explains why she kept it a secret. >> i just didn't think it was going to be that big of a deal. i felt dizzy and i did lose my balance for a minute. but once i got in, once i could sit down, once i could cool off, once i had some water, i immediately started feeling better. it's just the kind of thing that if it happens to you and you're a busy, active person, you keep moving forward. you know, i think it's fair to say, anderson, that people know more about me than almost anyone in public life. >> she tweeted she was feeling fine and is anxious to get back on the trail soon. relating the same to donors in california and supporters via text and e-mail. we're learning clinton will have a well known substitute in her place in the meantime with former president bill clinton traveling to california and nevada to hold a series
fund-razors. but the former president says his wife has experienced several episodes before. >> when you look at that collapse, that video that was taken, you wonder if it's not more serious. >> no, no. >> than dehydration. >> well, if it is, it's a mystery to me and all of her doctors, because frequently, not frequently, rarely, but on more than one occasion over the last many, many years, the same sort of thing has happened to her when she got dehydrated. >> here's what the democratic presidential nominee said when she was asked about how many times she's been sidelined with an illness like this over the last few years. >> oh, i think really only twice that i can recall. you know, it is something that has occurred a few times over the course of my life. and i'm aware of it and usually
can avoid it. >> the clinton camp now says they will release more extensive medical records, a move donald trump told cnbc he also expects to make. >> it's not just clinton's health that's serving as an issue for her. her basket of deplorables remark is also rearing it head. first in an ad from trump and now in comments from trump and mike pence. >> while my opponenters you as deplorable, as irredeemable, i call you hard working american patriots who love your country and want a better future for all our people. our vision of hope stands in stark contrast to my opponent's campaign of hate. hillary clinton has been running a hate-filled and negative campaign with no policy, no solutions, and no new ideas.
>> while trump highlighted her supporters by bringing them onstage and bashing clinton, it didn't work out as planned as a trump supporter jostled with protesters and one appeared to punch one in the face in the same rally. an anti-trump group is seeking charges against trump. that came as james woolsy joins trump's campaign as a senior adviser, and today on the trail, trump is joined by ivanka. he'll give a speech on child care expenses and swing through iowa for a rally. mike pence heads to capitol hill for meetings with senior members of the gop. tim kaine will convene roundtable discussion in colorado while chelsea clinton campaigns in north carolina before opening a field office there, and president obama will
headline a clinton event in philadelphia. the secretary remains at her home recuperatinrecuperating. >> two men stormed the dancing with the stars stage in protest of ryan lochte's participation. this happened as judge carrie ann inaba was critiquing his performance. >> hey, back off. >> though it wasn't shown in the live show, security took the time-out men down before tom bergeron threw it to a commercial break. audience members also noticed four women who appeared to be part of the group were also escorted off the premises. the men who were wearing anti-lochte t-shirts were arrested on trespassing charges and after the she, lochte spoke with e-news. >> i'm getting over it. it honestly feels like someone reached out, took out my heart and stepped on it. it was really hard, but i turned to cheryl and she said you just danced in front of millions. i was like, oh, my god. you're right. i want to move forward.
i realize i made a mistake. i'm human. and i know that i'm not going to make that same mistake twice and i'm going to keep going. >> the ncaa has announced it's moving all scheduled championship events out of north carolina due to the state's controversy anti-lgbt law. in total, 7 events will be located including some first and second round march madness games. ncaa president says the board of governors took this action because, quote, we believe in providing a safe and respectful environment at our events and are committed to providing the best experience possible for college athlete, fans, and everyone taking part in the championships. in a statement that is drawing intense baglash, cami muller said this decision is, quote, so absurd it's almost comical. i genuinely look forward to the ncaa merging all teams together as singular teams. under the ncaa's logic, colleges
should make cheerleaders and football players share bathrooms, showers, and hotel rooms. this is an assault to female athletes across the thagz. if you're unwilling to have women's bathrooms and locker rooms, how do you have a women's team? i wish the ncaa was this concerned about the women who were raped at baylor. perhaps the ncaa should stop with their political peacocking and focus their energies on making sure the nation's collegiate athletes are safe both on and off the field. the nba previously moved their all-star game next year out of charlotte. >> the cease-fire in syria is holding while bombardments continued in other areas. an astonishing 470,000 lives have been lost in the five-year-long war, with at least 90 kills in the hours before the cease-fire took effect. rebel groups battle the forces of bashar al assad.
after a hard fought deal struck by the united states and russia, the bombing has begun to calm. here's john kerry sounding cautiously optimistic. >> the earlier reports are that there's some reduction in violence. as well as a few reports of fighting here and there. though it is far too early to draw any definitive conclusions. >> well, the world witnessed the true horror seen every day in the city of aleppo after the image of this child pulled from the rubble made headlines around the world. >> today, look at the kids seen playing in the streets in what has become one of the most war-stricken countries in the world. what if any relief will come to those in need. >> now, to every parent's nightmare. a school bus up in flames. dashcam video captured this frightening seen out of maryland. it was transporting 20 elementaelement ary school children home when one of the rear wheels erupted in flames. all kids were evacuated without
injury thanks to this woman. the bus driver not only helped pull each child out, but she even climbed bag into the burning bus again to make sure everyone was out. an absolute hero to all those children and families. >> just remarkable when you see that video of that charred bus. >> could have been a lot worse. >> just ahead, more bad news for former fox news boss roger ailes. >> parts of montana are like, all right, forget autumn. let's skip straight to winter. that's about six inches of snow that fell on the red lodge mountain resort. it had to close early last season due to a warm winter. >> this is officially our first snow video of the season. the cold air is coming in. even snowing this morning in areas of montana behind the cold front. the other big weather story of the day is out in the central portions of the pacific, now heading towards taiwan.
185-mile-per-hour winds. one of the strongest storms we'll probably have on the planet all year long. it's going to clip taiwan later tonight. how impressive is that typhoon?e bit in the desert southwest. 80s and 90s for most. now an update on sports where and colin kaepernick continued his protest on monday night football. he was joined by eric reed as the two took a knee during the national anthem. other players joined in the protest by raising a fist, by standing during the anthem. >> to the action in san francisco. didn't play nice with football's return for the rams. the 49ers shut out the rams 28-0. while the other monday night game wasn't much closer. pittsburgh dominated washington
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if you're afraid of heights, you may want to close your eyes. this is enough to make almost anyone dizzy. a u.s. dance troupe wows tourists as they performed a dance on a side of a mountain in china. they dangled nearly 4300 feet off the ground as their carried out their dance moves. there's only one way to describe that, simply amazing. >> note you said safety ropes. no mention of safety nets. there is none. >> you have to have a lot of faith in the ropes. >> a little bit. just a little bit. >> leading the news, roger ailes' legacy takes another hit. ohio university announces it is removing the former fox chief's name fromilities newsroom and has decided to return a $500,000 gift from ailes and give it back to him. he's a graduate of the
university, but after he was forced to step down from fox news over sexual harassment allegations. students at the university demanded the removal of his name. a resolution to do just that was approved last week. the university's president said the decision was the, quote, most appropriate action. >> we're getting confirmation from the pentagon that an august 30th air strike by the united states killed isis's second in command. the pentagon said he died in a precision air strike in the aleppo province. a founding member of isis also served as the terrorist group's spokesman and a a senior strategist. according to the "new york times," he was isis' chief of propaganda. his death is considered a major victory against the terror group. >> fast forwarding today, they'll consider when the government can ban selfies in the voting booth.
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your early today travel forecast has great conditions continuing really for much of the west. travel trouble spots down here in the southeast from new orleans to tampa and miami, could have airport delays, and even tomorrow, we're looking very nice in many areas of california. >> orlando police at this hour are on the hunt for a suspect involved in setting a florida mosque ablaze. it's the same mosque where omar mateen once worshipped. security footage shows the man arriving at the mosque on a motorcycle and running away from the scene just a moment before a flash ignites. it took emergency crews nearly five hours to extinguish the fire. the islamic center has faced numerous threats since omar mateen killed 49 people in the
worst shooting in u.s. history. >> it's unacceptable to think because of the actions of one criminal individual that others would have to be somehow be held accountable for it. that's un-american. >> police are kaedetermining whether to charge the crime as a hate crime. >> one of the world's most active volcanos erupted for a second time on sunday. it's known as peak of the furnace. look at the surprising sight for some of the tourists. it happened in an unhabited part posing no threat. but authorities shut down the area. imagine what it looks like because it really isn't a sight to see. >> stay with us. yolo moves murica, those are a few words entered into the new oxford dictionary. there's a special section added by rahal dahl with entries like
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