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i )m sam brock. ==kris/2shot and i )m kr s good thursday morning, thank you very much for joining us on this midday newscast. >> we have breaking news out of the south bay to get you straight out of campbell. this is just into our newsroom from the south bay, 23-year-old woman is under arrest in the city of campbell's first homicide in more than two years. here's what we know right now. 23-year-old in san jose is accused of killing another 23-year-old woman who police say she knew. campbell investigators found the victim on the ground near lee avenue on tuesday morning right around 7:00. witnesses say that before that, two women were in the car arguing. now charged with murder and felony hit-and-run and is at the
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elmwood jail under no bail. she's scheduled to be in court at noon tomorrow. new details right now on what set off heavy police abl activity overnight. fre mont police were in pure suit of a carjacking chief. according to the allah immediate da county sheriff's department, the man behind the carjacking nearly took his victim's 14-year-old daughter with him when he sped away. this all started about 11:00 last night on red wood road in castro valley where deputies say the suspect frank williams allegedly stole a 2017 chevy tahoe while the 14-year-old daughter was inside. the car sped off and girl reportedly jumped out of the moving suv to escape. fre mont police arrested williams at in gas station about 1:00 this morning. more breaking news this midday, this time out of l.a. you're looking at live pictures from our sister station over the
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scene of the end of a police chase in which a police officer was shot. this is in the area of el segundo near lax. the pursuit was part of an investigation involving an individual who was wanted for murder. the aerial video shows the officer being treated by medical personnel and transferred to an ambulance. that man was wanted in the pursuit and also transported in an ambulance. we'll stay on top of this one and get you answers as soon as we get them. happening today, travel ban take two. portions of the president's revised travel ban will go into effect in a matter of hours and the order okayed for now by the supreme court, limits travel to the united states for certain people from six predominantly muslim countries. >> nbc bay area's bob re-de der live, the first time the travel ban was rolled out, we can see activity behind you. you said on at which timer thtws
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were also arriving to offer their services. >> good morning to you, the asian law caucus and one justice have used the desk here in the international terminal at sfo to set up a small legal office and holding up signs in english and arabic offering free legal help for travelers stuck in limbo because of the travel ban. still earlier this morning these lawyers and their systems did approach passengers arriving on flights from abu dhabi and new delhi to make sure they had no trouble getting into the u.s. so far there have been no issues. abu dhabi and new deli possible points traveling from the six banned countries of libya, sudan, somalia and yemen. this ban will go into effect at 5:00 tonight. anyone from those six
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predominantly muslim countries and have a u.s. visa will be allowed in the country. if they are applying, they must have a family member in the states like a parent, spouse, child, sibling, son or daughter-in-law. other relations like grandparents or grandchildren won't count. >> deciding what family member is a close enough family member based on their technical relationship to a person is absurd. families don't work that way. some people are raised by all members of the family. families are very dynamic and to assume that these sorts of family members are okay because they are close enough but these aren't based on nothing more than a title does nobody a service. >> that's why -- you might recall that many people at sfo and other airports protested the initial travel ban back in january. so far there's no indication of how many people if any plan to show up here today at sfo. reporting live here at sfo bob
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redell, nbc bay area news. also happening today, a possible vote on kate's law aimed at keeping undocumented immigrants who return to the u.s. after being deported behind bars. it is named after this woman, kate steinly, shot and killed by an undocumented immigrant who had been deported five times. that happened two years ago along the embark der ro. it would defund sanctuary cities. republican lawmakers call these measures long overdo. >> for too long the federal government has looked the other way while sanctuary cities under mine public safety. the bills we're voting on today bring common sense to an issue where common sense has been in short supply for far too long. >> jeff sessions says the laws would make america safer but in debate today, california
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congresswoman said it would prevent victims of crime from reporting crimes against them for fear it could lead to their own deportation. >> with all going open in washington, d.c., president trump taking to at which timer t twitter to attack a woman's looks. >> this time it is mika bre zin xi. >> he attacked women's looks before but this time doing it as president of the united states. take a look. >> i heard poorly rated morning joe speaks badly of me, don't watch anymore. then how come low iq crazy mika along with psycho joe came to march alag go around new year's eve and insisted on joining me. she was bleeding badly from a facelift. i said no. "morning joe", a television news
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program on msnbc. trump used to have a very good relationship with the program they took his phone calls on air constantly, even before he was a presidential candidate. joe and mika are married and trump offered to conduct the ceremony at the white house and made the offer at the same new year's eve gathering he was just tweeting about. reporters will be asking the white house if that was an appropriate statement for one of the leaders of the free world to make or to that matter how the first lady's fighting cyber bullying is going. we're waiting on the daily press briefing and it will start any moment. sar ra huckabee sanders was on fox news this morning. she defended the president's actions and she said i don't think that the president has ever been someone who gets attacked and doesn't push back. >> speaker of the house paul ryan had a muted reaction. here he is at the news conference supposed to be at
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health care. >> i don't see that as an appropriate comment. we're trying to improve the tone earn civility of the debate and this doesn't help do that. >> doesn't help do that. other republicans were more to the point, prp congressman lynn jenkins, this is not okay as a fee fail male in politics, i'm criticized for my looks. we should work to empower women. >> it's incumbent upon all of us, to be responsible for our speech. msnbc spokesperson said it's a sad day for america when the president spends his time bullying and lying and spewing heavy personal attacks instead of doing his job. again, we should expect a compress conference at the white house which apparently will be on tv and begin any minute now. >> good to see this response live as opposed to after the fact. we're keeping a close eye on a developing situation out of
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southern california where firefighters continuing to battle a wildfire burning at camp pendleton for many hours. it started at 7:00 last night. we just checked in with our sister station in san diego, so far the fire has scorched 700 acres but it's actually does represent progress because it's 10% contained at this point. earlier this morning, it was at zero containment. a couple hundred firefighters are trying to put it out. no evacuation orders have been given since no homes have been threatened. let's get to you don't microclimate forecast. fire season in swing and eyes on those dry conditions, here's a look at the golden gate plij. >> watching those increasing temperatures heading our way, slow dry out. >> we are still seeing the low clouds and fog and drizzle in
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san francisco. and the temperature at 63 and will hold steady throughout the day but we can see everything is cleared out as we look inland in concord and the temperatures have been warming up into the upper 60s and san jose right now sunshine as well and we're going to see the temperatures going from 70 right now and it's 64 degrees in palo alto and 56 in napa and santa rosa, highs in the upper 80s there. we're going to see clouds linger along the coast and little bit of clearing in san francisco. half moon bay may not see any clearing at all today. and we'll see that sunshine making it warm up to 87 degrees in livermore and morgan hill. heading into the weekend, interior valley will continue to heat up. we're talking about the 90s here for the weekend. i'll have a look at that coming up later. >> we're going to the north bay. thank you so much. happening right now, taking a ride with a little bit of bay area history. folks in the north bay getting their first look at the
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brand-new sonoma m arin line. >> you talked with satisfied passengers so far which is a tough thing to say when you're talking mass transit. >> reporter: yeah, exactly, good morning to you, folks are getting a preview of what it's like to use the new transit line and they'll be between marin county and sonoma county and few drop-offs here and folks lined up there to take advantage of the free rides taking place all day today. we want to show you video. passengers are getting ready to head towards where we're standing right now at the civic center and this is part of a soft launch by the north bay folk us transit line. they'll eventually stretch 70 miles between sonoma and marin counties, so far the initial corridor extends to downtown san rafael but will eventually reach
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la larkspur. i had a chance to speak with passengers getting off the train here at the marin civic center plaza and they tell me the ride was smooth and beats being stuck in 101 traffic. >> it was a great ride, nice and smooth. i'm going to be using it every day to commute to work. i work at the civic center and there's a train station a quarter mile from my house, it's going to work out for me. >> it was great, really smooth. got to see parts of the county that we haven't seen because you can't see from the freeway. >> reporter: this free preview was marked throughout the day and free bee rides continue on july 1st and july 4th between the airport and marin civic center, convenient it drops you off not too far from the county fair. the plan is to roll out more of these preview rides at different locations in the coming weeks, nbc bay area news.
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something to check out. >> new car smell, right? >> whatever that is. >> vatican now rocked by sexual assault charges, coming up the allegations against a cardinal who advises pope francis himself, plus a here re -- hero speaks. >> took it with my right hand and take a deep breath and charge in. >> the police officer who charged terrorists during the attack on the london bridge is describing what this experience was like in his own words. =logo!!= == who are these people?
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most part all down, the dow jones industrial average dropped dramatically, 175 points. right now that stands at 21,280. >> there are some new screening measures right now to tell you about in effect for passengers flying in the united states. the department of homeland security saying it's ultimately going to forego expanding the ban on laptops and other electronics in liu of other measures here. a new layer of screening, they include more thorough carry-on bags and more swabbing for explosives and other security steps that are all going to be phased in this summer, instead of the expansion of the ban on laptops. that will affect 2,000 flights from 105 countries around the world. >> as we mentioned, that meal kit delivery service blue apron is going public today. so far it's been luke warm at best. it is based in new york but has offices in the bay area. it priced the ipo selling shares at the lower end of a reduced
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range, analysts raised concerns about the impact that amazon's whole food deal may have on blue apron. shares were 1% higher shortly after trading started. right now they are 2% higher. >> pope francis' top financial adviser cardinal george pell is facing multiple sex crime charmg charge, he has become the highest ranking official to be charged with sex abuse. >> never before has the cardinal been charged with sexual abuse at the vatican this morning, george pell insisted he's innocent. >> i'm looking forward finally to having my day in court. the whole idea of sexual abuse is on who rent to me. >> he's been the victim of relentless character assassination, australian police have a different view. >> cardinal pell is facing multiple charges in respect to
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sexual offenses and there are multiple complainants relating to the charges. >> this morning pope francis -- and vatican said he regretted news of charges against his cardinal for decades old action. pell wasn't among the cardinals he greeted today. last year pell was accused at an australian inquiry of mishandling sexual abuse claims against priest and admitted mistakes, now he is accused directly. >> it's going to be very difficult to untangle this. it becomes, as we know, his word against their word. >> dark clouds over the vatican today. the global sexual scandal hitting the church had crested and now it's reached inside the very corridors of papal power. >> this will be a huge test for a pope who has said there must be zero tolerance for abusers in the church.
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the task force pell who is 76, begins july 18th in an australian court. >> it is a day that the british will never forget, the day the attackers wept on a rampage on the london bridge killing eight people within a few minutes. the attack happened on june 3rd. but one of the police officers who took on those attackers was stabbed in the process and now speaking out publicly. officer wayne mark was the first o other to face the three attackers had no guns only a police baton but still managed to charge in the chaos as attackers went after the first victims. one of the attackers hit him in the eye and temporarily blinded. in an interview he described confronting them and getting injured and trying to leave his last messages for family. >> officer holding my hand, called his name two or three times and comes in close.
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blood in my mouth, i remember spitting it out get my mess oj out, given my last messages to my family, partner. >> eyewitnesses say he saved lives and sight has since returned but he's not sure when he'll be back at work. the three attackers were later killed -- >> not facing driver's license anymore due to unpaid traffic fines, jerry brown says that punishment does not help the state collect unpaid fines but can send low income drivers into a cycle of job loss and poverty. opponents argued driver's license suspension is a useful tool and compel people to pay their traffic fines. >> it is going to be a beautiful fourth of july for getting out there and doing whatever you want to do with your family. in the meantime it's looking more gray than red, white and
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blue. >> we'll keep the fog and clouds along the coast. that doesn't look to go anywhere as we go into the next couple of days, we'll have a wide range in temperatures, just want to show you what it looks like as we show you a tour around the bay area. north bay, 66 degrees and contintwin peaks some breaks in the clouds. 64 degrees looking now at anderson reservoir and morgan hill, all bright and sunny as the temperatures have been making it a little warmer as we head closer to the noon hour. we're going up to 87 degrees in morgan hill. east san jose, looking at the high of 85 degrees and for the east bay, anywhere from 72 degrees in oakland to 91 degrees in antioch and pleasanton, 89 degrees. 64 at half moon bay. don't expect a lot of sunshine today either, palo alto 78 degrees, in san francisco, the mission district up to 68
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degrees for the day. 89 degrees and bright and sunny today in santa rosa. as we look for the holiday weekend, some temperatures in the valleys will be peaking into low 90s but then monday, it gets cooler and we keep the coastal fog. the fourth of july looks like we could be tracking more clouds for san francisco. so we do want to enjoy the times of sunshine. we'll see that on saturday at the philmore jazz festival between 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. the weather will be perfect, turning cooler as we head towards the evening. if you're making plans, this is a live look, we still have snow on the ground and our temperatures will be reaching in the low 80s, up to 83 degrees on friday. just a little bit lower on saturday. for napa valley it is going to be a very warm weekend, reaching into the upper 80s and expect a high of 84 degrees. as we look at our seven-day forecast in san francisco, the only day where we may not see
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the clouds and fog throughout most of the morning will be on saturday and we'll see those highs making it up to 71 degrees and then as we look at the inland valley, up to 93 degrees. and then 90 degrees also on sunday. so we're going to have a few days of a stretch of 90-degree temperatures and it starts to come back down just in time for the fourth of july but it looks like at least for the inland areas it does stay clear. we'll have more coming up. >> sounds good. up next, a way too close call caught on camera. >> police say what may have caused the driver of this truck to lose control. >> first happening right now, breaking news this morning, the treasury secretary announcing new sanctions aimed at shutting down north korea's mus i wi mis program. one chinese bank is a target. passing the gop health care bill could be costly for the state of
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california. state department of health releasing a report saying it could have a $114 billion impact on the budget over time. we'll be back with more news coming up in two minutes. minions, we're going back to villainy.
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[ cheering ] so, you're villains now? no! no. no. no. [ evil laugh ] ow! yes. [ gasps ] despicable me 3. rated pg. take a look at this dramatic video into our newsroom this morning... a u-haul truck caught on camera-- smashing into a take a look at dramatic video into the newsroom, u haul truck caught on camera, unexpectantly
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smashed into a brewery in philadelphia. it happened yesterday. one customer sitting there by the window popping up just in time. the man was driving in the wrong direction but he was also under the influence when he lost control of that uhaul and crashed it into the cafe. he was taken to the hospital with a leg injury and then arrested. >> i can only move that fast. >> a man claiming to be a nurse now facing criminal charges. the slip-up that may have trip him up just in time. >> a milestone being marked worldwide, how far we have come in the ten years since apple's debuted its first iphone. his nursing career - ended by a
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sting at a south bay hospital. the man, from the l-a >> nursing career ended with a sting at the south bay hospital. the man from the l.a. area arrested for impersonating a nurse. >> first day ended up being his last, nbc bay area explains, one thing helped to tip off authorities. >> investigators say jeremy daniel grifen tried to get work
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through a traveling nurse company. he was assigned a saint louise hospital, the nurse license number didn't match up. >> it's disturbing that somebody could get that far with just using somebody else's license number. >> the state consumer affairs department was contacted. they say it was stolen identity. the hospital says they help detectives when griffin came into work on his first day. >> he never went -- we started him in computer training so that the investigator from consumer could come in -- >> at the desk, thinking he was allegedly pulling it off, detectives arrested him. >> it's always a threat to consumers whether we have people in these positions and misrepresenting themselves and potentially providing care that is harmful to consumers. detectives say it's at least the second time he's tried this.
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once successful in the l.a. area, arrested for stealing from doctors. this time the motive is unknown and people with family at the hospital glad he was caught. >> good. crazy to do that, what else can he do? >> ian cole, nbc bay area news. >> griffin right now is facing four felony charges that include identity theft, false impersonation of another person. >> new video out of michigan showing the scene after an explosion that killed two people last night. this happened in o ryan township. the explosion killed a man and his wife, their 29-year-old was able to make it outside of the home safely but the flames at one point rose as high as 50 feet in the air. investigators are not sure what caused the house to explode. >> new this morning, grandparents attacked outside their northern california home and police say the suspects are a group of teenagers that were crashing a party at the neighbor's house. it happened early sunday morning
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as the couple was pulling into their gated community in granite bay north of sacramento. dozens of teenagers were outside the home, some fighting when the couple showed up and ended up being attacked by five men outside. >> there was tugging and pulling and bruises all over. the final blow was the hit in the face, that took me down. >> police believe the attacker were uninvited guests who learned of the party through social media. police were able to make one arrest after that. >> happening today, affordable housing development in palo alto. it's on elle camino at the corner. city leaders will be on hand for the ribbon cutting ceremony coming up at 4:00 this afternoon. >> going to church has taken on and entirely different meaning. a unanimous vote will allow
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churches to house year round and how will it impact the neighborhood. >> life went bad for me for quite a while. i was really looking for some kind of comfort or some -- just a hand. >> two monthsal linda received the helping hand as part of the village house initiative that supports homeless women in san jose. she became homeless last year after her husband died and couldn't care for her children. a sad reality she had to face on her own. >> i always had my own home and been responsible and everything and then just things go bad. >> linda is one of 15 women who are benefitting from a shelter home run year round. >> we interrupt that report to go to the white house press briefing where sarah huckabee sanders is now addressing the president's tweets this morning,
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regardi regarding mika brzezinski. >> by members of that program and he's been very clear when he gets attacked, he's going to hit back. the american people elected somebody who is tough and smart and a fighter. that's donald trump. i don't think it's a surprise to anybody that he fights fire with fire. the things that this show has called him, not just him but numerous members of his staff, including myself and many others are very deeply personal. so to then turn and pretend like you know, this approach is -- i guess it's kind of like we're living in the twilight zone, they do this day after day after day and then the president responds and defends himself and everybody is appalled and blown away. frankly, if this had happened in the previous administration, the type of attack launched on this
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program, the things they say, utterly stupid personality disorder, mentally ill, constant perm attacks calling multiple members liars, liars to their faces while they are sitting on their -- guys, no way, hold on. but nobody does that but the president he's not going to step back and he's showed that and that's exactly what he did. >> if i can follow on that. a couple of the criticisms from supporters of the president have been this particular tweet was bee neej the dignity of the office, where does the president draw that line on the dignity of the office? >> look, i think that he shows that every day in the decisions that he's making that focus on the priorities he laid out in his agenda but he's not going to sit back and be attacked by the liberal media, hollywood elites, when they hit him, he's going to hit back. >> i have a health care question, one other aspect of it, someone suggested in their
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tweet respond public announcement today that the president misconstrued one of the messages that should have been gathered from shooting that involved steve scalise and others, the hostility of the verbal environment can create atmosphere of violence. i'm not saying that but members of congress have said that about this particular tweet. i know that episode affected the president and those here at the white house personally very importantly and deeply. do you have any reaction to that sentiment that conversations like this create an atmosphere that is either dangerous or one we need to avoid. >> the president in no way form or fashion has ever promoted or encouraged violence of anything. quite the contrary and he was simply pushing back and defending himself. >> sarah -- >> i have a health care question, you talked about the president's overall priorities. last night late last night, as
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part of the amendment and evolution of the draft, $25 billion put on the table for opioid treatment and health savings accounts can be used to pay premiums. why does he believe they make the bill better and opioid allocation will be sufficient? many people do not. >> i'm not going to negotiate the details dk bash and forth in public but i can tell you the president has obviously made fighting the opioid crisis a priority for him. i would imagine he would be supportive of pushing resources towards that. >> how about a health saving s account? >> we're always looking for ways for additional flexibility and things to be considered. >> i want to go back to this shooting and remember what president trump said then, he said our country will perhaps become closer, more unified, so
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important. did his tweet this morning, series of tweets help unify the country? >> again, kristen, i think i've asked and this has been asked and i answered it several times. >> help unify the country to do what he wanted to see happen in the wake of the shooting? >> i think the president is pushing back against people who attack him day after day after day. where's the outrage on that? you guys are constantly coming and asking, is this okay? this is day after day after day. it's not just the president. the only person that i see a war on is this president and everybody that works for him. >> two questions to follow-up on that. i understand your point that he is the president of the united states, they are cable news anchors, he has to stand to a higher -- you talk about criticism, he said former president obama wasn't born in this country, right? he clearly was a part of the
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criticizing, the past president who was not immune to criticism himself. i wonder how you make that argument. >> again, i'm -- i think i've been pretty clear when the president gets hit, he's going to hit back harder which is what he did here today. >> doesn't he have to meet a higher standard than cable news? >> i don't think you can expect someone to be personally attacked day after day minute by minute and sit back. the american people elected a fighter. they didn't elect somebody to sit back and do nothing. they knew what they were getting when they voted for donald trump and he won overwhelmingly. >> what about the impact of the statement like -- 58% of registered voters said the president's tweets are reckless and distracting, only 22% say they are effective and informative and republicans are split down the middle. half of republicans say they are reckless and distracting.
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so how can you argue that this is something the president must do? >> i answered this question yesterday in regards to the poll. i think any time the president has a chance to speak directly to the american people it's a good thing. >> how do you feel about the president attacking another woman specifically for her looks and what does that show as an example how men should treat women? >> everybody wants to make this an attack on a woman. what about the constant attacks that he receives or rest of it. i'm a woman and been attacked by the show multiple times but i don't cry foul because of it. i think you want to create this false narrative one hand like let's treat everybody equally. on the other hand they attack and attack an he responds and apparently that's wrong. i've answered this question -- >> this gets to the point to me.
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>> i'm not sure why we're continuing with the question. >> i want to put it in -- can you talk about being personally affected by all of this as well, and nothing is wrong with the president fighting with fire with fire is the argument you're making. i would ask on a personal level you have talked about your family from this podium. are you going to tell your kids this behavior is okay? >> i've been asked before when it comes to role models as a person of faith and i think we all have one role model. when i'm asked that question, i point to god and my faith and that's where i tell my kids to look. none of us are perfect and there's only one that is and that's where -- point that direction. >> the follow-up question on policy points for the g-20. >> that would be a change in tone, policy. >> with that -- >> you've been listing to sarah huckabee sanders addressing what was initially a decision about immigration policy, revised
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travel baen and health care going on in washington, d.c. and trading barbs back and forth with the media there at the white house press briefing over this, these tweets that came out this morning from the president's twitter account. single out two cable news anchors as they were described mika brzezinski and joe scar borough and the advice ral attack and you heard the questions on whether or not that is not just appropriate but bee neej the dignity of the office, a criticism that has come from republican leader and democratic leaders this morning. her response essentially was he's defending himself. >> and that the american people knew what they would get when they elected him and he won the office fair and square. this is going to continue throughout the day. you can continue to follow this, we'll monitor it for you. if there's anything else we need to share with you, we'll bring it to you live or on our social media platform. >> more news after this. for many of us, life without a
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smartphone is hard to imagine. but life started to change ten years ago today for a lot of us life without a smart phone is hard to imagine but life started to change ten years ago today. >> it's hard to believe it's been a decade. everything really has changed when first iphone went on sale. mark barger reports a massive i am paktd on our culture, even for folks who never owned one. >> today apple will reinvent the phone. >> steve jobs made that promise and ten years ago today apple started making good on it. >> going to change the way we communicate. >> more than a billion iphone
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sales later it has. although by today's standards that first iphone was modest. only four gigabytes of storage and camera that only took stills and not any apps. the initial touch screen dazzled c net. >> you were able to pinch to zoom or using maps that was the magic thing you would show off to people. >> more than 3 million sold that first year, almost four times that many in 2008 when apps came around. >> that is affected not just smart phones but also affected the way that business models have been created. >> another tipping point came when an hd video camera and facetime were added in 2010. >> that opened the doorway in the camera device where people started to pick up those phones as camera replacement. >> the most recent iphones have not been pioneers when it comes to the newest features. >> that have been a lot of catch-up moves apple has made where they polished them and introduced them down the road. >> stein says that might change
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this fall when iphone 8 -- >> it's a lot of pressure, you always expect that apple will do something big. >> just like it did. >> this is how you turn it on. >> ten years ago. mark barger, nbc news. >> look how tiny the first one is. now they are like mini ipads. >> you were talking about the fact the business impact of having the iphone but how you raise your kids and how their personalities change with a phone occupy yourself and be a little bored -- >> let's download the nbc bay area app. we always push that. maybe you'll want to put it down this weekend and enjoy time with family. great pool weather we see all of the sunshine, 63 degrees, you'll want to put the screens down and play in that. looking live in pleasanton, still cloudy and cool along the
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coast. we're seeing the view at half moon bay -- ocean beach we see low clouds there and half moon bay too. we're looking at the seven-day forecast in the bottom of the screen. right now our temperatures are mostly in the 60s, starting to get a few low 70s right now. as we head through the day the temperatures continue to climb for the valleys and concord up to 90 degrees and 87 degrees and very warm in morgan hill. oakland will be at the nice comfortable 72 degrees and palo alto, 78 degrees and san francisco mid-60s there. if you're making plans to head to the beach and santa cruz today looks to be very nice, our temperatures reaching into the low 70s, right there along the immediate coastline it will be cool at times especially later on this evening. as we look ahead to the holiday weekend, if you're looking for fireworks shows, you might want to head to russian river where we'll see the fireworks show happening and a lot of events going on around that and
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temperatures throughout the day will be quite warm, reaching into the mid-80s, but just in time for the fireworks will be in the low to mid-70s and mostly clear skies. if you're going to be making a road trip over to yosemite, weather there is going to be perfect, high temperatures in the mid to upper 70s and a lot of sunshine. for passo robls, looking hot, up to 100 degrees. 94 degrees on saturday and then on sunday, those temperatures continue to come back down, napa valley this weekend and for the start of the weekend, sunday starts to feel more comfortable. you can see the trend we're heading in as we go into the next several days. not much of a change for san francisco although we will have the lack of clouds and fog on saturday but it does come back in time for the fourth of july. that may obstruct your view from the fireworks in san francisco but interior areas and valleys look to be all clear for the
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fourth of july with our high temperatures in the mid-80s, it's going to be warming up over the next couple of days. we'll be turning back on those air conditioning but not looking at triple digit temperatures here which is an improvement. >> yes, it is. >> we'll take that. >> let's go to the east bay, shooting threes to hitting off tees the major golf competition of steph curry is going to be competing in right here in the bay area. =daytime lineup omni!!=
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warriors star steph curry has from driving down -- to driving down the fairway curry accepted an invite to play at the ellie may classic. you may remember it as the nike tour, not called that anymore. he tweeted out, it's always been his dream to play with the pros and he's known as a near scratch
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golfer which sam tells me is pretty darn good. july 31st in hayward. >> my handicap is 25. his day job, plays a little hoops too. the warriors trophy is starting the tour of the bay area. that will be at the dunk contest location in san mateo, you'll want to see this in firsthand. friday, to the oracle arena and saturday walnut xreek and sunday the westfield shopping center in san francisco. go, check it out. you'll want to take a selfie, put is that on social media and get all of those likes. >> tag this girl, i want to see it. >> also happening today the three baby falcons making their home and this mess on the 33rd floor of the pg&e building are getting tagged today so they can keep track of them.
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these are falcon cam pictures, they are researchers from uc santa cruz started the effort to tag them around 10:30 after their breakfast which i'm sure they did not complain about. >> i think that little box they are living in there, looks like they just had breakfast -- this is video of the babies from early this morning. 33rd floor home for years but we've been tracking them and their babies for a long time. uc santa cruz researchers are getting all of the information on the falcons and they are live at city hall too. >> all right, we'll be right back. angeles-- and you can catch some
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) >> there's a new way to travel from san francisco to los angeles and catch zs on the way. it's called cabin, it's a little mover luxurious. they offer overnight rides between l.a. and san francisco, bunk beds in the back of a truck but now you get your own private cabin, $115 each way. >> called cabin. >> cabin. >> is that glam ping then? >> i don't know, i'm waiting on the hyper loop to get there as quick as possible. >> right. >> we're looking at temperatures here along the san francisco and the coast and staying in the 60s over the next few days. >> all eyes right now on the holiday weekend, we're excited about that. hope you are too.
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look who's back, everyone. back from vacation. oh, my god. we missed you my dear. we missed you, so good to have you back, it looks like you had such a great time, i was checking out all your photos on social media. where were you? >> people think it's obnoxious to post photos. but i have to say, my dad is 84 years old it was a special trip. my dad wakss up so early. i love the music. i love my dad so much, and show the


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