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have a good morning. making news in america this morning, runway scare. a plane carrying vice presidential nominee mike pence skidding off the runway. the technology that stopped the plane from hitting a major highway and our abc colleague on board describing the terror. and the presidential candidates react to that accident as donald trump hints at suing nbc over the leaked "access hollywood" tape. plus, hillary clinton facing more trouble from leaked e-mails. we're live with the very latest. "flip or flop" under fire. the couple behind the hugely popular reality show accused of ripping off customers who attended their classes. this morning their first reaction to the accusations. and getting ready for game three. the world series heads to
good morning, everyone. a busy friday morning. we're going to start with that overnight breaking news. a major scare on the campaign trail. >> a plane carrying republican vice presidential nominee mike pence skids off a runway in new york. this was the scene at laguardia airport just hours ago. the ntsb is now sending a team to the site to figure out exactly what went wrong. >> now, get this, the plane was stopped by a special concret you see it there, it's something called an arrester bed. it's meant to crumble when a jet speeds over it. the concrete broke apart as it's supposed to. and that prevented the plane from sliding into a busy highway that runs past the airport there in queens, new york, just yards from that runway. >> we have an emergency in the airport. >> reporter: that emergency involving the campaign airplane of republican vice presidential nominee mike pence. the front wheels of the boeing 737 coming to a stop several
was a terrifying landing. in rough weather. abc's ines among the 48 on board. >> we felt kind of a big bump upon landing then felt the plane skid off the runway. >> reporter: the powerful storms in new york caused the plane's departure from iowa to be severely delayed and the governor tossing a football on the tarmac with his daughter and staffers. no one could imagine the rough flight ahead. passengers say the aircraft appeared to fishtail after hitting the ground at laguardia. >> we're all a little rattled right now. everybody is safe. there is no apparent damage to the plane. the governor then came back to talk to us and asked us if everybody was okay and that's when we realized something was wrong because he told us there was mud on his windows in the front. >> reporter: within a minute emergency crews were en route to the aircraft. >> tower, the aircraft is off the runway on the right side of the arrester bed. it looks like it's intact. we are on the scene. i'll keep you advised.
working as designed stopping the jet after it left the runway and preventing it from hitting a highway. moments later governor pence exiting then a short time later sending out this tweet. "so thankful everyone on our plane is safe. grateful for our first responders an the concern and prayers of so many. back on the trail tomorrow." donald trump in ohio talking about the accident. >> he was in a big accident with a plane. the plane skidded off the runway and was pretty close t grave danger, but i just spoke to mike pence, and he's fine. he got out. everybody is fine. everybody is fine. >> reporter: overnight governor pence giving reporters the thumbs up as he arrives at his manhattan hotel. and now we'd like to show you a live picture of laguardia airport at this early morning hour. you can see the plane there, it is still sitting there at the
there at laguardia. it is still stuck in that concrete but we've noticed this picture and we've seen crews around them and they plan to lift that plane up any time soon. >> presumably part of the reason they haven't so far is they want to see what happened and leave things as they are so you can piece together what happened. >> you see the tire, the back tire, rear tire of the plane in the mud where that one crew member is standing. it was described as a very, very rough landing. the plane, you know, fishtailing at one point. a lot of work ahead there at laguardia airport and we should point out that will have an impact for air travel throughout the day there. >> but thankfully no one was hurt. >> yes. >> no one was hurt because the pence family was on the plane along with a lot of press and campaign staff and thankfully no one hurt. >> the only problem it caused was a small little hiccup in pence's schedule. he did miss a fund-raiser that was scheduled to take place in manhattan last night and hillary clinton offered her
saying glad to hear pence and his staff, secret service and the crew are all safe. >> indeed. well, on the campaign trail donald trump and hillary clinton are sharpening their attacks as they hop from one rally to another. >> the first lady helped draw one of the biggest crowds of her campaign and trump is again drawing attention for his choice of words. this time under fire for his description of black neighborhoods. we get the latest right now from abc's kenneth moton joining us from washington, d.c. >> reporter: good morning, kendis and mara. this is the first full weekend of early voting and dozens of states and the campaigns will be busy. donald trump was so confident in ohio he actually said that the election should be called off and canceled and definitely called for him. donald trump and hillary clinton working to keep their campaigns on course with just 11 days to go. in ohio, trump addresses minority neighborhoods calling them ghettos. >> we're going to work on our ghettos. >> reporter: later on
vulgar comments about women on the "access hollywood" bus were leaked. >> that was a private dressing room. yeah, that was certainly -- >> are you going to take any action after the election against nbc? >> you'll see. >> reporter: bill clinton stopped by rocker jon bon jovi's love trumps hate concert in pittsburgh and the latest wikileaks release hacked e-mails not authenticated by abc news reveal how bill clinton's aide pressured companies to donate to the clinton foundation. the campaign said the state department made clear the former secretary of state never made decisions because of donations to the foundation. clinton shaking it off in north carolina. >> so, i couldn't think of a better place to come back to with another woman whose voice we need now more than ever. >> reporter: embracing first lady michelle obama on the trail. >> hillary doesn't play. she has more experience and exposure to the presidency than any candidate in our lifetime.
will hit the trail again today for clinton in orlando. in fact, in the final week before the election president obama will actually be on the campaign trail nearly every single day, kendis and mara. >> all right, kenneth moton live in washington. kenneth, thanks so much for that. so, here's a look at where everyone is going to be. hillary clinton is targeting early voters today at two rallies in iowa. tim kaine will be in florida joined by former congresswoman gabby giffords and her husband e astronaut mark kelly and donald trump is hitting three states today campaigning in new hampshire, maine and iowa. and mike pence, he's going to be back out on the campaign trail at a rally in pennsylvania before heading to north carolina. even before the election is decided, word this morning the clinton camp is already working on its cabinet. vice president joe biden is reportedly at the top of hillary clinton's short list for secretary of state. a source telling politico the clinton camp is trying to figure out how to persuade biden to accept that position should she win.
extreme weather from coast to coast. first up in california where worries are growing about the potential from flooding and mudslides. damage from wildfires and drought has left dry conditions throughout the state. any heavy rains could lead to floods and some areas of southern california could see 3 inches of rain today. a half million acres of land have been burned throughout california in just this year alone, and on the east coast, the storm that brought the first snowfall of the season is moving out. there are still some areas of rain and snow n some parts of massachusetts received 6 inches of snow. glad to see that snow is going away. way too early. keep it moving. well, still ahead, a late night decision from a jury. this is a very serious story. they're awarding a woman $70 million saying that a product found in most medicine cabinets called her cancer. and bullets fly between a suspect and a police officer. new video of the shoot-out caught on camera. plus, police and protesters
gunfire. gunfire. gunfire. gunfire. you're looking and listening to a dramatic shoot-out captured on camera in tucson, arizona. it started when police tried to pull over a man on a motorized bike. he crashed the bike trying to get away and then opened fire. an officer fell to the ground when he was grazed in the head. the suspect continued to pull the trigger until he was shot and wounded. the officer is expected to be okay. >> wow, powerful video there. well, turning now to north dakota and the ongoing protest at a controversial pipeline that has taken a violent turn. more than 140 people have been
fires and throwing objects. there were at least two incidents of shots being fired. protesters will likely move to another spot nearby. they say the pipeline will endanger drinking water and disturb sacred native american burial sites. now to a couple who gained famed on hgtv by making big money flipping houses. well, now under fire. they're accused of misleading customers looking to achieve the same success, but they insist they did nothing wrong. abc's kayna whitworth on the controversy. >> reporter: hgtv house flippers tarek and christina el moussa under fire with complaints about their house flipping workshops. doug stevens says he attended one of their seminars. >> you think you're getting tarek and christina, you are not going to get them. you're going to get some sales pitch the entire time. >> reporter: the el moussa's program, success path education is run by zurixx.
on any of our marketing does it state that the el moussas will be live and in person at any event. >> this year we'll do over 100 houses. >> reporter: we caught up with christina at this workshop in long beach thursday. >> i stand by our product. it's our tools. it's our system. i've only heard very minimal complaints. if i really felt that a lot of people felt that way, then we would make a change. >> reporter: i'm kayna whitworth, abc news, los angeles. >> well, when we come back, a surprising find about cranberry juice. scientists are now debunking a popular belief about its health benefits. plus, a driver hits a police car, but it's what she was doing during the accident that's getting all the attention. you don't want to miss this one. ? really? yes, really! don't sound so surprised. let's see it! -oh you're ready. alright, here we go. let's hear the crowd. ahhhh! i go to the right. i go to the left. fake 'em out. mama go up, up, up! she did it. -again? you can't avoid gravity. but unitedhealthcare can help you avoid financial surprises by helping you
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checking our top stories an ntsb team is set to look into mike pence's airplane mishap. the jet carrying the vice presidential candidate slid off the runway during a hard landing. none of the 48 people on board was hurt. hillary clinton and donald trump step up their campaigning, trump is now considering suing nbc over that "access hollywood" tape. he says the mike was not illegal to record his vulgar comments. president obama has commuted the sentences for an additional 98 federal inmates. all imprisoned for drug crimes. 9 president has granted early releases to 688 inmates only this year. looking now at today's weather, heavy rain, where it's much needed in california up into the northwest and the rockies. dry across most of the nation. and it'll be clear but blustery along the east coast. well, just 11 days to go
so, of course, the late night comics are savoring every minute. >> kind of my favorite part of the election season. here now are your "friday funnies." hillary's voters are now more excited to vote for hillary than trump voters are to vote for trump which is crazy because getting excited about hillary is like getting excited about your car -- taking your car in for an oil change. it's not fun but the alternative is your car bursting into flames. bill clinton is trying to title would be if his wife becomes president. hillary has said she likes the term first gentleman. she hasn't been able to say it without laughing but she likes the term. bill suggested first volunteer, first dude and first laddie. which if i had a vote i would go with the first lady's man, right. of course, president obama is still in office and this weekend he proposed new rules to improve air travel including refunds if your bag doesn't show
when asked why he decided to announce no the proposals now obama said because in two months i'm back to flying commercial. to say that donald trump is a racist is outrageous and to call anybody a racist is outrageous. >> exactly. to call anyone racist, racists don't exist. they're like unicorns or giuliani's sense of shame. just you can't find it anywhere. >> there is good news for donald trump. he has recei only endorsement from a major newspaper, "the las vegas review-journal" said trump does not represent the danger his critics claim. which is not exactly a ringing endorsement. that's like a restaurant review that says this place probably won't even give you food poisoning. >> i love it. i'm always in bed by like 9:00. >> this is the evenly time you get to see it.
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