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this morning on "world news now," an apparent rift in the trump campaign. over a controversial issue. >> after trump tried to side step a question about president obama's birthplace, his campaign admits obama was born in the u.s. and with hillary clinton now on the trail, she wastes no time pouncing. a marine corps hazing scandal has rocked drill instructors allegedly going after muslim recruits, forcing them into hot clothing dryers and questioning them about involvement with 9/11. we have details from the new report, ahead. then, the chilling call placed to 911 dispatchers in ohio. a woman held captive, whispering into the phone as her kidnapper slept beside her and the grisly discovery that police made after they rescued her.
potential serial killer? then 11 of the world's most amazing athletes are inviefted to a training camp unlike any other. why they're being forced to face some of their worst fears. it's friday, september 16th. >> from abc news, this is "world news now." >> good friday morning, everyone. i'm kendis gibson. >> and i'm diane mecedo. >> and donald trump's campaign announcing overnight that they believe president obama was born in the united states. >> so the trump camp released the statement after an interview in which trump refused to say whether president obama was born in the united states. and hillary clinton ripped into him on her first day back on the campaign trail as she addressed hispanic leaders in washington, d.c. >> he was asked one more time, where was president obama born? and he still wouldn't say hawaii. he still wouldn't say america. this man wants to be our next
when will he stop this ugliness, this bigotry? >> the statement tr the trump campaign blamed clinton's 2008 campaign for initially raising the so-called birther issue. that is all a claim that has not been proven yet. >> the statement credited trump with successfully compelling the president to release his birth certificate. a new national poll shows clinton no hawaii. he still wouldn't say america. >> reporter: also hitting trump for calling the minister in flint, michigan, a nervous wreck. >> every time we think he's hit rock bottom, he sinks even lower. >> reporter: clinton was back on the campaign trail. ? i feel good ? >> reporter: after taking a break to recover from pneumonia. and that trump campaign statement also claimed that
for first starting those false rumors about president obama's birthplace, but fact checkers have said that that is inaccurate. diane, kendis. >> all right. we're going to get the latest on that on "gma" this morning, lana, when one of trump's sons is there. thank you. overnight samsung has revealed when it will replace those now recalled galaxy note 7s. the recall comes after dozens of reports of the phones bursting into flames due to a battery abc's lauren lyster has the details. >> reporter: after nearly 100 reports of overheating phones across the country reported by owners exploding on nightstands and in cars -- >> it sound like it bursted and then there was smoke everywhere. >> reporter: -- the u.s. government announcing an official recall. >> because this product presents such a serious fire hazard, i am urging all consumers, all consumers to take advantage of this recall right away.
phones in the u.s. are affected after 92 reports of overheating, 26 people burned and 55 pieces of property damaged. samsung now agreeing to refunds. before now the company only offering exchanges. 130,000 making the switch meaning there are more than 800,000 phones still out there and after warning flyers about them on planes -- >> samsung galaxy note 7 phones are not to be charged or powered on during this flight. >> reporter: in the wake of the recall, the federal government saying the only way one of these devices can be taken aboard is if they are shut off, disconnected from a charger. subway systems warning against them too. the president of samsung's american business saying sorry. >> we did not meet the standard of excellence that you expect and deserve. for that, we apologize. >> reporter: people with recalled phones should contact the place where they purchased their device to receive their refund or free phone. for now that's a different model but the company says new galaxy note 7s should be available no
lauren lyster, abc news, los angeles. to the east coast now and panic during the evening rush hour in new york city. police opening fire after an officer was attacked with a meat cleaver. police shot a man wielding the 11-inch knife on a crowded street. this was all near penn station in madison square garden. he was confronted by police after trying to remove that boot from his vehicle. he pulled out the knife and started running. police tried using a taser but that apparently didn't stop him. an off-duty officer tried to tackle him and ended up with a 6-inch gash in his face. that's when police opened fire. >> a pretty crazy individual, honestly, brandishing a very large meat cleaver at which point the police officers pretty directly yelled at him, drop your weapon, drop your weapon. maybe ten seconds after that you heard five or seven gunshots. >> very loud, like very loud bangs, something i've never heard before but i knew it when i heard it that it was gunshots. >> the detective is listed in serious condition. the suspect is in critical but stable condition.
to recover from their injuries. the suspect may have been living, however, in that car. the navy says pilot error is to blame for a fatal blue angels crash in tennessee. the navy's report on the june incident says the pilot lost control because he was flying too low and too fast and too close to the ground for the maneuver that he was performing. pilot fatigue and cloudy weather are also mentioned as contributing factors in that crash. and u.s. soccer star megan rapinoe may be disciplined for her latest national anthem protest. rapinoe knelt during the anthem before thursday's friendly against thailand. that's the first time she's shown support for the nfl's colin kaepernick stance against racial injustice at an international match. afterward the u.s. soccer star issued a statement, soccer, rather, issued a statement saying, "as part of the privilege to represent your country, we have an expectation that our players and coaches will stand and honor our flag while the national anthem is played." developing overnight, julia regained strength back into a
poses a threat to land. but severe weather is rolling through the midwest right now. looking at the radar, you can see the line of storms stretching from kansas to the canadian border. there are reports of hail and damaging wind from these storms and the system is bringing heavy rain. here's what it left behind in sioux falls, south dakota, 6 inches of rain flooding streets there. still ahead, we'll tell you where gas prices could soon spike 15 cents a gallon. and a rough landing. it was all caught on camera. a pilot struggles to put his plane down. we'll tell you how this one ended. plus, a great white breaches
a school bus driver with an apparent case of road rage, the bus was seen trying to pass a fedex truck in new jersey. the fedex driver swerved forcing the bus into the opposing lane. luckily, there were no cars coming, and there were no kids on board that bus. the bus driver in this incident has reportedly been fired. fedex says its driver's actions are also being reviewed. authorities in columbus, ohio, are urging calm as they investigate the fatal shooting of a black teenager by a white police officer. people gathered on thursday night for a vigil for 13-year-old tyre king. police were pursuing three suspects in an armed robbery when king allegedly pulled a gun. police later discovered that he was carrying a bb gun that looked like a real one. the officer's on administrative leave. fiat chrysler is recalling nearly 2 million vehicles over air bag defects. a computer glitch could keep the air bags from deploying or seat belts from tightening in a frontal crash. the automaker says three deaths and five injuries may be tied to
the recall involves certain chrysler, dodge and jeep vehicles from 2010 to 2014. see full details at atmfans.com. and drivers in the eastern u.s. can expect to start paying a little more at the pump. a main gasoline pipeline from the gulf coast to new jersey has been out of service for a week now. one estimate says the disruption in gas deliveries could cause spikes of 15 cents a gallon. so, the new apple iphone goes on sale today around the world, and these guys right here, well, they were among the iphone 7 models this morning. this is in sydney, australia. customers might be disappointed because some of the models of the phone sold out during the preorder period. long lines have formed outside apple stores across this country waiting for sales to get started. and there's a great island for sale, but the mortgage might stretch your budget just a little bit. this is darien, connecticut's great island. the 63-acre estate is going on the market for the first time in more than a century.
main house and 20-stall granite stable. oh, that's what we all need. the asking price, $175 million, a record for a residential property. but you have your own island. >> maybe we just all pull together. >> yes. >> we could buy like a tree on there. >> that's about it. all right, when we come back, a day in the life of o.j. simpson. we get a look at his day-to-day in prison and the surprising item he keeps in his cell. plus, delay of game. wait until you hear what held up last night's red sox game. every day my challenge is to be in sync with my body, with myself, with my life. it all starts with a healthy routine. that's why i'm taking the activia two week probiotic challenge by enjoying activia yogurt with billions of probiotics every day. because when my routine is in sync, i can face any challenge.
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checking the morning road conditions, things will be clear and dry across most of the west, but there will be wet roads in the middle of the country from texas to the upper midwest. wet also in the carolinas. if you're flying, you can expect airport delays in kansas city and chicago. new details are surfacing this morning about an ohio man accused of a horrific crime spree. >> a candlelight vigil was held in ashland, ohio, last night for three women who were found dead. the suspected serial killer is now behind bars thanks to the bravery of a fourth woman who was being held captive when she managed to sneak a phone call. more now from abc's ryan smith. >> reporter: stunning new details, investigators are piecing together painting a portrait of a possible serial killer. >> we are in the process again of processing the crime scene. >> reporter: police say he is 40-year-old shawn m. grate arrested wednesday after this harrowing 911 call from a woman saying she was tied up inside
out of the building? >> i don't know without waking him, and i'm scared. >> reporter: the suspected serial killer allegedly living a double life. his facebook page portraying the simple life of a carpenter, but his criminal history telling a different story. over a 20-year span reportedly convicted of burglary and pleading guilty to abduction, domestic violence and drug abuse serving more than four years in prison. ryan smith, abc news, ashland, ohio. a pilot and his passenger walk away from quite a rough landing. netherlands. a light aircraft overshot the runway at an airport near rotterdam and then sent up a cloud of dust as it hit a potato field. both people on board are said to be okay. a police officer shot in the line of duty receives a warm sendoff as he makes his way home. dozens of people applauded as josh vadell was wheeled out of a new jersey hospital. the atlantic city officer was shot in the head on
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but before wrapping up the interview, fallon gave him a little bit of a makeover. >> go ahead, with my hair spray. >> yes! donald trump, everybody. i'll do it, as well. donald trump, everybody. >> trump proving that he's not only a good sport but that it's not a toupee after all. there were some people who thought maybe it might have be >> it's amazing how much of it still stayed in place. a lot of hair spray. >> there was a lot of hair spray, gel and then some. >> a good sport about it. today we're learning some new details about o.j. simpson's life behind bars. >> the pro football hall of famer is serving time in a nevada prison for armed robbery and kidnapping. >> according to "the los angeles times," simpson eats an early breakfast before working in the gym. the 69-year-old coaches some sports teams. he's also the prison softball
>> according to a former guard, simpson keeps a picture of himself and his ex-wife, nicole brown simpson, in his cell. he could be paroled next year. switching gears and to new york city and the guggenheim museum, which is offering visitors, you might say, a golden opportunity. >> it's a chance to go on a golden throne, and i mean go. this fully functioning 18 karat gold toilet is now installed in one of the museum's single person unisex rest rooms. according to a reporter who used it, the seat is very heavy and the toilet is almost too bright to look at, especially when you're flushing. >> let's hope the reporter didn't provide any photos. >> apparently they just installed it where another toilet used to be on the fourth floor and said, carry on. finally it's a big day in one of belgium's most historic cities, and that's because one brewery in bruges is no longer using a truck to move its beer from the brewery to a bottling plant. >> so, today they're opening a beer pipeline, which stretches more than two miles between
it will move nearly 900 gallons of beer an hour. it was partially paid for through crowd funding, and people who contributed are being paid back in beer. >> a little go fund me action for a beer pipeline. >> it's a great idea, and those streets of bruges, you can see cobblestones. you don't want a truck of beer going over that. >> maybe we should start one for new york city. >> no, let's just go to bruges. >> more news after this. we'll go to bruges. turn out to be a great athlete or whatever but, you need to make sure you get your college degree. sometimes i call the house, just to hear her voice. (phone ringing) answering machine: hi, leave a message after the beep. (beep) y mom, this is larry. i just want to let you know that uh, i fulfilled the promise that you held me to. love you.
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checking our top stories, checking our top stories, donald trump's campaign announced that he now believes president obama was born in the united states, but the statement praised trump crediting him with compelling the president to release his birth certificate. hillary clinton was back on the campaign trail slamming donald trump's reluctance to accept the president's birthplace as ugliness and bigotry. both candidates are on the road today attending events in washington, d.c. the federal government has ordered a recall of all samsung galaxy note 7s in the united states. dozens have caught fire due to faulty batteries. new phones are expected in stores by wednesday. it's going to be beautiful on the west coast. mostly clear and warm across the west. some strong storms moving in the nation's middle. rain in florida up into the carolinas. sunny skies in the northeast. finally from us, another week of missteps on the campaign trail gave the late night comics a lot of material.
here now your "friday funnies." >> it has been a rough week for hillary clinton. she has been dropping in the polls, and over the weekend even her immune system turned against her. no surprise, all the white blood cells are voting for trump. >> hillary tweeted to her supporters that like anyone who's ever been home sick from work, she's just anxious to get back out there, then those people said, no, we're pretty happy just staying home and watching netflix. >> is this diagnosis going to schedule? >> not a bit, stephen. i'm going to be out there every day listening to the voices of -- [ coughing ] sorry, stephen, that's just my allergies. [ coughing ] >> when you first started running, you were very high voiced. your voice was very high. china. you say china. very high, and then you talk --
where you were just yelling, you were yelling into the microphone, and now you're more of like a smoky, silky donald trump/alec baldwin impression type of voice. >> you could put half of trump's supporters into what i call the basket of deplorables. >> even if polls show that 76% of trump supporters want to ban all muslim immigrants and 40% say blacks are lazier than whites, you can't just go around calling half of trump's supporters a basket of deplorables. the correct term is a duffel of that's what you were looking for there. >> trump made a big deal out of this and decided to bring some of his supporters up on stage to show the world just how undeplorable they are. >> do i look deplorable? >> no. >> what? >> all: no. >> when i'm up here, he gave me a hat. >> well, sometimes that's all it takes. >> i think donald trump enjoyed jimmy fallon's version of donald trump. >> do you think he's been practicing it for a little bit?
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