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good morni good morning, america. new overnight. donald trump calls for drug tests before the next debate. questioning hillary clinton's past performance with unfounded claims. >> she was all pumped up at the beginning. >> the candidate calling the campaign rigged. plus the new abc news poll. have the latest headlines hurt his support? >> northwest storm. heavy rains and strong winds. this crane sent spinning. trees falling on to homes and cars and power lines. cars driving deep into trouble and floating away. so is the worst over? rob is tracking this dangerous storm. deadly accident. a truck plunging 60 feet off a highway bridge, landing in the middle of a crowded park
chest. >> four people killed. others injured. what triggered this horrifying accident? and call to the scene. an officer responds to a noise complaint. >> were you all having a party? >> the unexpected answer and what happened next will surprise you. and good morning. we're going to get right to our top story even after the access hollywood tape andhe number of women who are accusing donald trump of sexual misconduct. the race for president is still close. >> according to a new abc newnews newnews news "washington post" poll, hillary clinton leads donald trump by four points, which is within the margin of error.
there are those some worrying signs in this poll for trump, we're talking about enthusiasm for his candidacy fallen by 12% among his supporters and two-thirds of registered voters reject his claim he did not make unwanted sexual advances towards women. >> trump has been making some unfounded charges raising eyebrows this morning. we're going to kick our coverage off with abc's mary bruce in our washington bureau. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. we well, donald trump is pointing fingers this morning at the media. his accusers and his opponents suggesting without evidence they're in cahoots saying the system is rigged against him and he's now making the unfounded claim that hillary clinton may be on drugs. >> i think she's actually getting pumped up. if you want to know the truth. >> reporter: with the final debate around the corner, donald trump says hillary clinton might have an unfair advantage, drugs. >> the beginning of her last debate she was all pumped up at the beginning and at the end, it was like, oh, take me down. >> reporter: trump suggesting they should face off before their big faceoff wednesday night. >> i think we should take a drug test prior to the debate.
to go, trump is crying foul, saying he is the victim of a conspiracy to deny him the election. >> the election is being rigged by corrupt media pushing false allegations and outright lies in an effort to elect hillary clinton president. >> reporter: in response, the clinton campaign saying in a statement, the electoral system is free, fair and open. and should be encouraged, not dismissed or undermined because a candidate is afraid he is going to lose. growing number of women accuse him of sexual misconduct. >> false stories all made up. lies. lies. >> reporter: trump is fiercely fighting back going directly of a his accusers, like jessica leeds who says trump groped her on a plane in the '80s. >> how about this crazy woman on the airplane? okay. i mean, can anybody believe that one?
inappropriate behavior lasted 15 minutes, but trump says his supporters wouldn't tolerate such boldness. >> 15 minutes? with the ladies in this place it would be one second and it would be smack. >> we're back with mary in washington. mary, is the trump campaign offering any evidence to back up this claim that hillary clinton was on drugs during the debate? >> reporter: no. trump is raising questions about clinton's behavior in and around the debates and comparing the two of them to athletes and before that next big computation. paula. >> thank you. hillary clinton meantime off the trail this morning. her team says she's preparing for the third and final debate coming up this wednesday. one thing she will almost certainly be asked about is the daily drip, that constant drip from wikileaks of hacked e-mails supposedly from clinton's campaign chief and the latest batch includes what appeared to be transcripts of highly paid speeches clinton gave to wall street bankers.
good morning, devon. >> reporter: good morning. well, the wikileaks and hackers behind this breach of e-mails appear out to hurt and embarrass the clinton campaign. these new documents paint a picture of a campaign highly managed and micro managed in the smallest details. it's the clinton campaign's october surprise. this morning hundreds of new e-mails claim to have been hacked and stolen from campaign chairman john podesta's account posted on loin b they haven't been independently verified by abc news, the latest batch includes transcripts of three paid speeches clinton gave to bang banking giant, goldm goldman-sachs. the speeches show clinton's tough talk about wall street. >> we can't ever let wall street wreck main street again. >> reporter: there was a lot less talk in private. paid at $225,000 speaking fee. clinton appearing to have told goldman bankers in 2013 there's nothing magic about regulations.
too little bad and the people that know the industry better than anybody are the people who work in the industry. the clinton campaign won't comment on the transcripts or e-mails but both bernie sanders and donald trump accused her of playing it both ways. >> is it okay for politicians to be two-faced? h is it acceptable for a politician to have a private stance on issues? >> yes. president lincoln was trying to convince some people. he used some arguments. other arguments. >> reporter: in another e-mail from january 2016, podesta receives a history of juanita broaddr broaddrick's sexual assault allegations. against bill clinton. the team preparing for the allegations which resurfaced. the clinton campaign calls this latest stump a quote, crime
dan and paula. >> and thousands e-mails being released every day. thank you. we want to bring in abc's martha raddatz in washington where she will be hosting "this week" later this morning. hi martha. thanks for joining us. we want to start with the new poll showing hillary clinton with the four-point lead within the margin of error and other polls give her a larger lead. we have even seen double digits. how should we interpret this new poll? >> reporter: paula, that's right. the top numbers of our new poll seem like an juoutlier, but if u look deeper, we're picking the same impressions in the electorate that enthusiasm for trump is fading while it h public increasingly views him as lacking the moral character and the right temperament to be president. these allegations have dragged him down, but the deep partisan divides clinton's own unfavorable ratings are keeping this from becoming a blowout. >> i was going to say she has got very high negatives herself. this morning, a lot of people are expressing concern about donald trump's increasingly unfounded charges that the
"the associated press" has a story out this morning that says, quote, it undercuts the essence of american democracy. how so? >> reporter: over 200 years of democracy in america peaceful, political transition between one administration and the next has been critical and has never been challenged until now. the danger of trump's repeated unsubstantiated claim about a rigged election is that it undermines the public's faith in our democracy itself, and that can have a destructive consequence. >> as a season debate moderator, we know the wikileaks continues to release these apparently hacked e-mails from clinton's campaign chief. how big of an issue is this at wednesday's debate? that's the the final presidential debate. >> reporter: there's no doubt, that if not for trump, this would be the october surprise we had all been talking about. it's a big issue, paula, and one trump will hammer home on the debate stage wednesday because even without a real smoking gun in it, it paints the picture
secretary clinton and insider politician with a public and private stance on issues. paula and dan. >> speaking of debate stage, let us just add our voices to the chorus. martha you did a great job at the debate. we're proud to know you. thank you very much. >> thank you very much, guys. >> we're proud of you. >> and i do not ever want to get on your bad side. >> i think you already are, dan. >> reporter: watch out. no chance. no chance. >> thanks again. martha will have much more later this morning on "this week." she's going one on one with tim kaine as well as former house speaker newt gingrich coming up this morning right here on abc. >> such a class act and wonderful colleague. in the meantime, there are significant storms that are bruising the northwest right now. one right after the other. we're talking downed power lines and toppled trees. rob is here with the forecast. good morning, rob. >> reporter: good morning, paula.
portland trees are down. all over the place, and this house, and outside the house and over 120,000 people without power at one point. winds gusting 60 miles an hour in the valley. 80 miles an hour on the coast and over 100 in the coast range. there it is speeding up a bit as it cruised past seattle. western washington not as bad as western oregon but san francisco see a number of flights canceled with winds gusting there up to 40 that wind energy pouring down into southern california and in through colorado and wyoming and another batch of rain. another half foot of rain expected across oregon and washington. >> we find our neal ckarlinsky with more on the storm. good morning, neal. >> reporter: things were rocking and rolling for a time overnight bringing down lots of rain and trees, too. from portland to seattle a weekend of back to back rain and wind storms pummeled the pacific northwest. >> and my neighbor's tree, i
transformer blew, like, flames flew four feet out of the air, and it all fell down and the power went out. >> reporter: in portland, the sight of a crane swaying in the wind. that crane held up but the biggest problem repeated again and again, trees, trees through homes, smashing power lines and blocking roads. in seattle, a father and his 4-year-old son were injured when a tree branch broke off and fell on them. th was rushed to a hospital. across town a single tree fell across four parked cars. in oregon, flash flooding made . some scary moments saturday as several motorists drove into water they thought was no deeper than a huge puddle. that was a mistake. watch as this car bobs and floats. one man climbed out his window to get to safety and others relying on strangers for help. >> i just thought it would be shall shallower. i didn't realize it was going to
i was pretty scared when i saw how high it was. >> reporter: the storm made for a mess of a weekend out here. people were certainly bracing for the worst. fortunately it wasn't quite the historic storm that many feared. dan. >> fortunately indeed. thank you. now to a horrifying story out of san diego. a crowd in a local park for a motorcycle festival when a drunk driver launched himself through the guardrail and on to the people below. abc's eva pilgrim has more. >> reporter: chaos and panic highway bridge onto a packed motorcycle festival below killing four and injuring nine others in san diego. the truck plunging 60 feet saturday afternoon. the turn signal light still blinking afterward. authorities alleging the driver, a member of the u.s. navy was driving under the influence when he lost control. >> my heart is pounding out of my chest. my hand is just shaking. she started crying. >> reporter: police officers and
the pickup driver surviving the crash with serious injuries and authorities charging him with four counts of ve hi vehicular homicide and dui. flowers and candles lighting up the park as people pay respect to the victims. social media now saying prayers for chicano park. >> there were about 100 people at the park with live music. all such a shock. >> terrible. thank you very much. appreciate it. >> thank you very much. a major military operation is expected to begin at any moment in the middle east. iraqi forces are trying to regain control of mosul from isis, the terror group's remaining stronghold in the country. abc's alex marquardt has the latest. >> reporter: good morning, paula. overnight bombing by jets in the u.s. led coalition here in northern iraq in and around the
second biggest city which isis has been holding for more than two years before the major battle to take back mosul from isis in iraq. this is their last stand. the biggest threat they face since they came into existence. mosul is the city where the leader of isis baghdadi announced the birth of the so- called caliphate. at least 30,000 forces are expected to take part and amassing around the city as we speak. backed by hundreds of american special forces were there to advise and call in air strikes. isis has been burning oil and tires creating thick plumes of black smoke to try to provide some cover from those air strikes. the fighting will be intense and take some time and caught in the middle are the civilian population of the city. united nations and eight agencies now building emergency camps expecting upwards of a million people to come streaming out fleeing the fighting. dan, paula. >> alex, thank you. there's no way this is pretty. i've spent time in that city. it's huge. a lot of people there and families too. >> a lot of concern for the civilians there.
claiborne for the other headlines this morning. good morning dr. claiborne. >> paula, good morning to you and dan. tennessee's titan over there. >> hey, what's up. >> and rob. >> and everyone out there. good morning. we begin with u.s. military action in yemen. the u.s. navy ship uss mason launching an attack against the rebels after detecting a possible strike. against the read sea off the coast of yemen. the destroyer was fired, and led to a missile attack on radar targets used by those yemeny rebels. >> back here in the u.s. a wild scene outside a pharmacy as police arrest a gunman suspected of firing at vehicles on a interstate highway causing one car to crash into a barrier killing the passenger inside. two other people injured. after that shooting on i-15 the suspect fled to a cvs store where he allegedly assaulted a woman before being taken into
and in virginia, a high speedboat accident kills two people on the potomac river. you see it there. the men ejected from the speeding six- foot boat when it flipped over. police say the men were doing a time trial off fairview beach over the beach and lost control of the boat. not known how fast they were going but earlier they were clocked at 170 miles an hour. in another time trial. and former jet's defensiveman dennis byrd overcame a career ending spinal injury, but he was killed in a car crash. he sustained the injury back in 1992. he defied the odds by walking again within months. dennis byrd was 50 years of age. in baseball it was a big night for miguel montero for the chicago cubs, paula. >> you know it. montero blasting an eighth inning, two-out grand slam to
win in the national championship series. cubs up 1-0 in the best of seven series. cleveland indians top the toronto blue jays 2-1. they lead their series 2-0. >> cubs are going all the way by the way. all the way first time since 1908. >> i thought it was the year for the red sox. no? >> you know they have been eliminated. right? >> they're out of it. >> they are? okay. finally, a man in bayview, wisconsin show about the presidential election with halloween decorations. his front yard, a scary debate. close by, a spooky white house, some paparazzi and the secret service. happy halloween. >> pretty clever. he really had to go all out. what do you think he paid for that? how much do you think that cost? >> i have no idea. >> i knew that dialogue was not going to -- >> that was not going to end well. >> no. >> although, that was -- >> help her out.
watch than any presidential debate. >> at least i didn't call him -- what was it? hot buns. >> yeah, i did call ron -- >> baby buns. >> baby buns. >> hot cross buns. >> correction. you never wonder what ron claiborne does when it's not golfing. this is it. cannon beach winds 60 miles an hour. the sand can be painful. not to make light of the but there are a number of storm watchers out there and not nearly as bad as it could have been across western washington. here comes indian summer. ron will be on the golf course. 85 in dallas. this is going to be pushing north and east as we go through the next several days. over 80 probably tomorrow if not on tuesday for d.c. and new york city. 73 degrees expected in chicago and 79 tomorrow actually there and fall foliage. rochester, new hampshire, we're getting in the peak across new
good morning to everyone across the valley. a great morning to go for a hike. nice, cool conditions. 67 degrees and winds have died down a bit out of the east at seven miles per hour. we could see gusts up to 15 miles per hour in the valley. up to 45 miles per hour in arizona. take a look at the most accurate forecast by the hour. 84 degrees by 11:00. in the 90s after 1:00 reaching a high today of 93 take a look more weath more weather in about 15 minutes. tee time tomorrow -- you're busy. >> i'm busy. but it takes a confident man to wear a brown suit. >> if it's anything, i am. too much confidence. >> looking good though. >> rob, if i look like baby buns over there i would wear brown. >> my goodness. >> you can get away with it. >> shall we move onto the next story, guys? >> all right. i sure will.
cut. well, a noise complaint in texas led police to a big surprise. one broom was working on for his bride, and the results were captured by the officer's body a camera. a texas police officer responded to a noise complaint expecting to shut down a rowdy party. >> were y'all having a party? >> instead, what he found a nervous groom getting ready for his big night. >> dance practice. >> >> reporter: groom, david opegbemi, and all his groomsmen in his apartment complex parking lot practicing a surprise wedding dance for his bride. >> who is getting married? >> reporter: but instead of calling it off, the officer staying to watch. >> would you like to see it? >> yeah. i could of would actually. >> he was a really good dude. we had a good time. >> reporter: the officer's body cam capturing all the smooth dance move.
>> see, mine was nothing like that. >> reporter: all that parking lot practice paying off on the big day. ? what can make me feel this way ? ? my girl, my girl, my girl ? >> can't get enough. so sharp guys. in the videos of david and his groomsmen's smooth moves, the police sharing the footage with the caption we see a lot of bad but we see a lot of good, too. thank you for sharing the good. >> after so many really unfortunate incidents in the community. it's really cool to see that. >> refreshing. >> so glad you could highlight that. >> i know, right? quick news, guys. >> you guys have good moves too but -- >> not great. >> not great. coming up on "gma" this sunday, the father accused of leaving his baby in a hot car to die. the former escort taking the
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and we want to welcome you and we want to welcome you back to "gma" on this sunday morning. and happening right now, rigged election? well, that's the unfounded claim by donald trump telling supporters that the media is pushing lies to help elect hillary clinton. the clinton campaign, meantime and dealing with leaked e-mails as a new abc poll showing the race is still in a dead heat. >> chinese space mission, two astronauts preparing for the longest space mission expecting to spend 33 days conducting experiments in the space lab. and batman's worship. that's what the navy is calling the newest member of its fleet. the uss zumwalt. the warship is the largest in
commission. price tag, $4.4 billion. >> if that man were to have a ship it would look like that but it was named after an admiral from world war ii when he advocated for minorities and women. >> nice. >> how about that, a big ship. coming up, office politics taking on a whole new meaning. we were talking about this weeks ago before the election. why it has never been more important to be mindful of what to say and what not to say. >> we're going to meet one guy who has had a little trouble around the office coming up. the fhe death of his young son left inside a hot car. he calls it a tragic accident. >> but prosecutors say justin ross harris intentionally killed 22-month-old cooper. in a case, death, deception and a double life. they called an escort to the stand to strengthen their claim. marci gonzalez has more. good morning. >> reporter: prosecutors hope that former escort helped paint
was trying to escape his life as a husband and father. with day six of the trial focusing on a motive for what the defense insist was an accident. a former escort took the stand on friday at the murder trial of justin ross harris. prosecutors allege harris intentionally killed his 22-month-old son cooper harris. the escort testifying she had sex with the defendant just weeks before he left his son to die in a hot car. >> the way i was able to describe him was just -- he didn't have any presence about himself like he just didn't care. >> reporter: the boy died on a hot summer day being left by his father in the backseat of this silver suv for several hours. harris, fighting a murder charge is pleading not guilty. saying he forgot to drop the boy off at day care on his way to work. harris seen crying on the first day of testimony as he relived the day. >> he was devastated by the loss of his son. >> reporter: the escort testified she was approached by police with a picture of roth saying the phone number she used was found in
>> did you actually engage in sexual acts with him back in may? >> yes. on three different occasions. >> reporter: prosecutors pointing to harriss' cell phone records as well as computer searches as proof harris didn't want to be a father anymore. >> i entered the term child and found five accesses to reddit with the term child. >> reporter: defense highlighthighlig highlighting what was missing and harris and his ex alleged searches related to in-car deaths. >> you found no evidence on the iphone or the macbook to corroborate that allegation? >> i found nothing that made statements to that effect, correct. >> reporter: and this really is just the beginning. the trial is expected to continue for at least several more weeks and if convicted, harris faces life in prison. >> a wrenching story. thank you. appreciate it. let's check the weather once again and get it back over to
hey, man. >> want to take you back out west dealing with wildfires. we showed you this yesterday, zero containment. the little valley fire. this is a tower camera from reno shooting south at the fire. a time lapse as those winds whipped over nevada. thankfully, the fire did not grow much, even though it was windy, so the firefighters getting a handle on that. and another fire with higher containment near lake tahoe. critical fire danger. the wind energy from the storms in the pacific getting into the oklahoma, texas panhandle and through pi parts of dakotas and nebraska. windy dry conditions expected. look at the winds from portland, seattle all the way down to san francisco getting into reno. vegas as well. last night, i don't know if you had a clear sky last night you had a great view at the full hunter's moon, supermoon. that meaning this just happens that it happens to be pretty close to us. you got another crack at it tonight if you have clear skies.
here's a look at the accurate seven-day forecast. 94 degrees and sunny conditions. enjoy the 60s while they last. you see the forecast is getting toasty today. in the low 90s this weather report is this weather report is brought to you by petsmart. takes a confident man in a brown suit to howl at the moon. i'm riddled with insecurities. >> or something. >> did you really just howl for us? >> it was horrible. >> he did. >> that was a howl? >> peter brady. >> that was his werewolf of london howl. [ howling ] >> was perfect. >> there are dogs all over manhattan. howling in response. thank you, baby buns. coming up here on "gma," careful what you say, how your politics can cause problems in the workplace and what you can do about it. and good grief. the big birthday for the great pumpkin straight ahead in "pop
suppressed at their jobs because of political discussions there. >> we really can't avoid it. but you may have gone there, revealing your opinions at the workplace. but is it a good idea? our rebecca jarvis takes a look. >> reporter: it's the presidential race unlike any other. chances are you're watching it, reading it about or tweeting about it, but the political conversation is spilling into the workplace. and in some cases making for some very awkward discussions. >> i wouldn't say it's express your political views in the workplace, but i would say that it's inadvising. >> reporter: but what happens when your voice for the white house is making you feel isolated at work? >> i felt disrespected, insulted. >> reporter: john o'brien says he felt targeted after he posted a trump postcard in his work space. >> three managers told me i had
i refused and kept it up. >> reporter: soon after, he came to work and found the postcard vandalized. >> it felt like an attack. prior to putting it up, i was treated well. once i put up the make america great everything changed. >> reporter: o'brien decided to leave his job. his company not wishing to comment to abc news. if you find the political conversation unavoidable in your office, here's some dos and don'ts on how to best approach this touchy subject. keep an open mind. >> don't think of it as an opportunity to change the other person's mind. >> reporter: be respect avoid blaming language. >> talk more in "i feel" statements. >> reporter: keep the conversation short. don't let it distract you from doing your job. >> let's agree to disagree and get back to what we're here to do which is our jobs. >> reporter: for "good morning america," rebecca jarvis, abc new, new york. >> there's a shrink who has coined the term election stress disorder. >> esd? esd. exactly. here's some revealing stats.
election is very or somewhat is a very or somewhat significant source of stress in their lives. another poll finds half of registered voters say the prospect of a clinton presidency makes them anxious and 70% say so for trump. one way to cope according to a lot of doctors seeing patients coming in with this stuff is meditation. i'm a big proponent of meditation. we just have an emergency edition of the 10% happier podcast where we'll talk about how to use the practice to deal with election stress and you can download it on abcnews.com, on apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. >> is your infomercial over? >> yes. >> medication? >> medication, yeah. >> also -- >> that's an entirely different discussion. we talked to dr. ron claiborne about medication. >> i'm still worked up over doing truman. that was bothering me. >> if you're looking for a third party candidate who do you suggest we write in? >> rob marciano. >> baby buns. >> that would be one vote.
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home. of course, it is easier said than done, but it is possible. i spoke to our abc news consumer correspondent becky worley who offered some great advice. >> it's all about balance and sometimes you just want to have a kill switch for those devices. >> it would be great if you could just zap and turn the kids' devices off. a couple of apps i could recommend. for android, dinnertime turns off all of the texting and calling, and you can put time limits on it. so they go to bed. for iphones and ios devices, one called our pact. it's a little bit more complicated. the point is putting the time in up front as parents to control them will make life so much simpler down the road. >> the parents have to be vested and in control of a situation. but what about multiple devices? you have phones, you have laptops. what do you do? >> so long as your kids only have access to wi-fi, not cellular. phones are tougher to control. but if they are just wi-fi driven, you have a couple of options. you have routers, and you can
controls on them. some people don't like to mess with the routers. they choose a third-party called circle. from disney, our parent company. it's called "circle." a very simple way to shut the internet off limiting apps on devices for kids. >> good to know. i've been happy with youtube kids. but, you know, opening up the internet, you're opening up pando pandora's box. how do you make the internet as safe as possible? >> you wish there was software that would black list all the bad stuff and white list all the good stuff. it's not that simple. not anymore. it's like asking your kid to cross a six-lane road. you either hold their hand and supervise them or you teach them the right things to do, and cross your fingers. >> you empower them. for those situations, just pray they don't step into traffic. becky, thank you very much.
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las vegas. >> i almost said something i regretted. >> any time. >> very close. woo. >> i'm glad we don't have cameras rolling during the commercials. anyway, "pop news." >> yes. >> the lovely rachel smith. what's going on? >> a lot's going on. check it out. reese witherspoon teaming up to develop a television series on the real power brokers in the white house. the first ladies. she is working on an adaptation on "the new yo t seller, "first women." the grace and power of america's modern first ladies which is an intimate look at first ladies from jackie kennedy to michelle obama. robin wright who plays clair underwood on netflix "house of cards" is set to direct. and executive produce the project. going to be so good. >> when is that show coming back? i loved that show. >> doesn't come back often enough. i feel like it takes an entire year after we binge watch. this gives us something else to look forward to and from the lovely reese as well. i can't believe this.
lil linus first set out to find the great pumpkin. all i could say is good grief. >> just think sally, when the great pumpkin rises out of the pumpkin patch we'll be here to see him. >> it's "the great pumpkin, charlie brown" debuted in 1966. and the concept for the classic cartoon created by charles m. schultz in just a few hours. crazy. the animated feature airs on abc october 19th at 8:00 p.m. always something that's often watched by so many families. >> i'm going to get my son to watch that. >> my daughter loves that. it transcends generations. the classic goes on. >> for sure. >> feels just like yesterday, ron. >> i don't know. >> all right. check this out. there's nothing wrong with a little healthy marital competition, right? >> yes. >> oh, split right here. little marital competition right here. tv marital competition. >> i'll tell you i lose every time.
>> well, check this out. jessica biel can attest to marital competition. the actress took to instagram to share a milestone, scrabble victory against husband justin timberlake saying i played sardine and got the bonus points and no longer undefeated. #scrabblebrag. they're celebrating their anniversary on the 19th. so congrats, you two. any game you guys? >> twister. >> twister? >> kidding. >> our game is aui what's next in the netflix cue. queue. >> i can understand that one as well. i have got something to share. with you. you can eat maybe the avocados. wait for it. check this out, guys. an artist is giving new meaning to playing with his food. forget water colors.
in chile, and eats less and says one day he wondered if he could draw with them. he did it. the hardest part is the will power to avoid eating the paint while painting with it and he said to us. a product -- dan, there you are right there. >> i'm dan harris. >> paula. amazing. right? >> nice. >> paula and dan. >> why don't you guys give it a shot. see how difficult it is. >> bye, everybody, have a great sunday. >> happy sunday. time now 7:56. i'm nohelani graf. on top of breaking news this morning. a home destroyed, three others damaged. maryellen resendez has been on scene all morning. the big important question, was anybody hurt? >>reporter: well, the owner of
firefighters are not sure whether the woman that escaped is a resident at the duplex here. firefighters had cleared the scene for a short time. they skrus arrived back to look for hot spots. it appears they found a few because they did pull out a hose and hosed down parts ft inside. inspecting now to make sure the hot spots are out. this all started very early this morning according to firefighters the homeowner was at home in bed when she heard a loud pop. all the sudden fire. she escaped with one of her pets. there was a dog and three cats still inside that she fears she have lost. we did speak with phoenix fire and they never found the three pets so they're presumed a loss now. we had the three other duplexes affected by smoke. one with heavy smoke damage. live in phoenix, maryellen
thanks. 7:57 now. a live look outside at the mountains in the background. great day to go outside and enjoy the morning. warming up at phoenix sky harbor, winds out of the east at nine miles per hour. winds going up to 15 miles per hour gusts in the valley up to 45 miles per hour in the high country. taking a look at currents. a lot of us in the 60s and 40s this morning. here's the accurate forecast by the hour.
starting right now on "this week" with george stephanopoulos. trump unshackled. >> the process is rigged. this whole election is being rigged. >> attacking his opponent and his accusers. >> they will lie. it's a total setup. >> team clinton calling trump out. >> the belief that you can do anything you want to a woman, it is cruel. it's frightening. >> will clinton capitalize and put the race away? in this campaign of surprises, what will we see next? we talked to both sides, clinton running mate tim kaine and trump supporter newt gingrich and with just three weeks to go, our brand new poll. how much did the turbulence on the trail shake up the race?