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rid-x helps break down waste. avoid a septic disaster with rid-x. some of the most beautiful italian works are on display in nashville. you may recognize the artists. ferrari, mazarati, lamborghini to name a few. >> reporter: a parade of italian beauties rolled into nashville recently. 19 classic automobiles. each more irresistible than the next. arrived at the frist center for visual arts. for the opening of bellissima.
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renaissance. dr. thomas mao kept ape close eye as his vehicle was unloaded. and sat behind the steering wheel as the one of a kind wedge car was pulled into the gallery. you squeeze and turn. >> a key hole. climbing in can require gymnastic skill. >> do you escort your car wherever it goes? >> well, it is a bit like attending graduations, or your daughter's wedding. you just got to be there. >> mao, a management consultant and renowned watch collector
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it unexpectedly came up for auction in 2011. he paid just over $1 million for it. >> i was driving around for a couple days afterwards in the state of euphoria, like oh my god what did i do? >> buyer's remorse. >> never buyer's remorse. but kind of, sanity check. the chrome and curves on these italian classics inspire that kind of crazy passion. >> these cars still look modern. >> they look like they haven't been built yet. they look like they will be built in the next decade. they're incredible. frist. ferrari, lamborghini. mazarati. the ultimate example, says the chief curator, cars by alfa romero, berlinetica aerodynamica
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they're really, really meant to be beautiful. >> some of the cars created in italy were aimed at america. like the creamsicle lincoln indianapolis. >> lincoln, italian design? >> yes. done this way because -- he wanted to get the lucrative business of the american market. >> legendary car guy, ken gross who curated the exhibition says the italian coach builders designed this body on a lincoln chassis in 1955. >> lincoln was working on its own two seater personal coup. the continental. when this was finished there was no market for it. >> the 37th international automobile show. >> the chrysler gilda introduced in 1955, in turin would have a more lasting impact. >> fantasy. no, car of the future.
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certainly an eye catcher. here it is from the other end. >> commissioned by chrysler, the gila gilda and fins would influence styling. which brings us back to dr. thomas mao's car, the lancia stratos, fs 0. which appeared in michael jackson film "moon walk" designed on spec by him. >> they wouldn't raise the barrier for him. he just drove right underneath it. >> ror car? >> 33 inches at the highest point. >> 33 inches. >> still hold the world record for lowest fully functional vehicle ever made. >> reporter: dr. mao has had a lifelong love affair with the car. still takes your breath away? >> still does. come into the gallery. see it.
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>> reporter: if you can dream it, you can do it. ferrari famously said. this fall, the frist center in
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the vice presidential debate is in the books and a lot are looking forward to the next presidential debate sunday. among them women voters, make up more than half the electorate and have the purr to decide the election. a cbs news poll found their and work place equality. speaking with women voters, democrats and republicans in the battleground state of north carolina. there is still the notion of the glass ceiling for sure. i think women are definitely empowered but constricted to a
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face obstacles that i don't necessarily think that every male in the same position is going to face. >> who is voting for hillary clinton? >> who is voting for donald trump. i'm republican. there is a part of me that is nervous about trump. my core values inside are very strong. and i got to pray that he surrounds himself with people that are smart, intelligent, fair. >> she was mentioning about core values. if i'm looking at trump, there is not one segment of this country that he has not -- not spoken about in a negative way. >> angela? >> i have decided not to vote this year. i can't vote for my party just because they're my party. when they have somebody -- so careless and reckless. i am not a hillary supporter. >> why? >> i think she stand for bad policies we have had in the office eight years. >> reporter: if hillary clinton
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think? >> absolutely. >> fundamentally we need some female perspective creating policy. >> she has been a women's advocate and children's advocate for her entire career. i think that could only bode well for, for we women, us women going forward. >> reporter: if donald trump were elected president, would that be good for women? >> i don't think it would hurt us. at all. he is a businessman. he has always been a businessman. this is also a new environment for him. so i think he's learning as he >> i believe the country is at a crossroads. i believe there are critical issues that have to be addressed. in a steady and sensible and intelligent way. >> we should be proud to be living here to be able to vote and, and try to get the best candidate for, for all of us. is huge. >> that's the "overnight news" for this wednesday. for some of you the news continues. for others check back later for the morning news and cbs this morning. from the broadcast center in new
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this is the cbs "overnight news." the vice presidential candidates stepped out of the shadows into the spotlight for their first and only debate of this campaign season. tim kaine off in kaine's home state. both men have a history of public service. senator kaine was virginia's governor. governor mike pence represented indiana in congress. heading into the debate a majority of registered voters said they didn't know enough about either kaine or pence to have an opinion about them. did the debate change that? you decide. >> but there is a reason why people question the trust worthiness of hillary clinton.
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i mean the reality is when she was secretary of state, senator, come on, she, she had a clinton foundation accepting contributions from foreign governments. >> you are donald trump's apprentice. >> i think i still am on my time. >> isn't this a discussion? >> an open discussion. let me interrupt you and finish my sentence if i can. the clinton foundation accepted foreign contributions from foreign governme donors while she was secretary of state. she had a private server. >> i get to weigh in. >> senator, to keep the pay to play. >> governor pence doesn't think the world is going so well. he is going to say it is a everybody's fault. >> do you? >> donald trump is a businessman not a career politician. he actually built a business. those tax returns that were, that came out publicly this week show that he, he faced some pretty tough times, 20 years
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times," not too long ago. he used net operating loss. we have a tax code senator that is designed to to encourage entrepreneurship. >> why won't he release his tax returns? >> we are answering the question about the business thing. his tax returns, that showed, he went through a very difficult time but he used the tax code just the way it is supposed to be used and brilliantly. he created -- >> how do you tau a >> with regard to paying taxes, this whole rift about not paying taxes, people saying he didn't pay taxes for years. donald trump has created tens of thousand of jobs and he has paid payroll taxes, sales taxes, property taxes. the only question is that hillary question will raise tax thousands. >> donald trump start this campaign. if i run for president i will absolutely release is my tax ttz. >> he will.
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promise. >> second. he said he will do it. >> he stood on the stage last week. when hillary said you haven't paying taxes, he said that makes me smart. it's smart not to pay for our military. smart not to pay for veterans. smart not to pay for teachers. i guess all of us who do pay for those things i guess we are stiepd. a senator, do you take all the deducts you are entitled to. >> donald trump called ms rapists, criminals, women, slobs, pigs, dogs, disgusting i don't like saying that in front of my wife and mother. he attacked an indiana born federal judge said he was unqualified to hear a federal lawsuit because his parents were mexican. he went after john mccain, a pow said he wasn't a hero because he had been captured. he said african-americans are living in hell. he perpetrate the this outrageous and bigoted lie that president obama is not a u.s.
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where people are respected and respect laws, you can't have somebody at the top who demeans every group that he talks about. i just again, i cannot believe that governor pence will defend the insult driven campaign that donald trump has run. >> when she said that half of our supporters were a basket of deplorables. it's, that she said they were irredeemable. they were not america. it is extraordinary. then she, one after he on millions of americans who believe that we can have a stronger america at home and abroad. who believe we can get this economy moving again. who believe we can end illegal immigration once and for all. senator, this, this, this, insult-driven campaign. i mean, that's small potatoes compared to hillary clinton calling half of donald trump's supporters, a basket of deplorables. >> hillary clinton said something on the cam pran trail next. day she said she shouldn't have said. >> she said she shouldn't have
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>> governor, senator cain's two minutes. >> right. we are even. >> immigration and custom thousands enforcement, the union for immigration and enforcement, for the first time in their history endorsed donald trump to be the next president of the united states of america. >> you like the -- >> that's nonsense. >> look. what you just heard is they have a plan for open borders. amnesty. that's -- >> our plan is like ronald reagan's plan since 19 # 6. >> comprehensive immigration we all know the routine. amnesty. one of the last things he mengsed wmengs mentioned it was border security. how washington plays it. we'll do this. do that. >> and governor pence was against it. >> ra nation without borders is not a nation. donald trump is committed to restoring the borders of the governor. >> he trash talks the military. military is a disaster. john mccain is no hero. generals need to be fired. i know more than them.
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nato is obs sleolete and will w with israel if they pay big league the he loves dictators, a mount rushmore. vladamir putin, moammar ga daffy, saddam hussein. and last and dangerously. donald trump believes that the world will be safer if more nations have nuclear weapons. he said saudi arabia should get them. japan should get them. korea should get them. when he was confronted and told wait a minute. terrorists could get those, proliferation could lead to nuclear war, here's what donald trump said. and i quote, go ahead, folks. enjoy yourselves. i would love to hear governor pence tell me what is so enjoyable or comical about nuclear war. >> governor pence? >> did you work on that one a long time. that had a lot of really creative lines in it. >> i will see if you can defend any of it. >> i can defend. i can make very clear to the american people. after traveling millions of
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after being the architect of the foreign policy of this administration, america is less safe today than it was the day that barack obama became president of the united states. absolutely inarguable. we have weakened america's place in the world. it's been a combination of factors. mostly been a lack of leadership. it is important in this moment to remember that, hillary clinton had a private server in her home that had classified information on it about drone president of the united states of america were on there, her private server was subject to being hacked by foreign powers. we could put cybersecurity first if we just the next secretary of state. >> the investigation concluded that not one reasonable prosecutor would take any additional steps. you don't get to decide the rights and wrongs of this. we have a justice system that does that. and a republican fbi director,
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classified information the way
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one of the most powerful hurricanes in nearly a decade is battering haiti and the dominican republic and there is great concern now that it could hit the united states later in the week. hurricane matthew, category 4 is packing winds as high as miles an hour. matthew is blamed for at least 9 deaths. the eye of the storm is navigating the winward passage between haiti and cuba. the u.s. navy military prison at guantanamo bay is battered. the u.s. sent disaster teams to the region including haiti where we find mark strassmann.
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haiti's southwestern tip. punishing rains and winds of 145 miles an hour uprooted trees and swept away the coastal town of lake kai, resident george eely told us it was devastating. >> it's like a bulldozer just passed by. i can tell you it's a big disaster. >> matthew could dump three feet of rain on the rural part of haiti where many people live in shacks made of wood and concrete blocks. here blocked roads and collapsed bridge in south make it hard to know the extent of the damage so far. this storm piles another calamity on haiti. the western hemisphere's poorest country. six years ago, a devastating earthquake killed more than 200,000 people. aid worker aaron dankers. >> things were progressing, being rebuilt, but it was fragile at best. so something like this comes
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all the progress that has been made. >> reporter: eastern cuba is bracing for its share of matthew's misery. at guantanamo bay, the u.s. navy ordered evacuation of 700 spouses and children of service personnel. residents in santiago began feeling matthew's fury early this morning. last night was terrible, this young woman says, the waves were enormous. i thought they were going to enter the house. matthew has been churning at sea as a 4, 5 almost 100 hours. the longest since hurricane igor in 2010. scott, that has the people living in its potential path on high alert from cuba to the carolinas. >> mark strassmann. thanks. hurricane watch is up all along the atlantic coast of florida tonight. residents filled their gas tanks and governor rick scott told them to be ready to evacuate. in south carolina, governor nikki haley said she will order coastal residents to leave
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florida campaign stop for hillary clinton. he'll go instead to fema headquarters to make sure they're ready. eric fisher is the chief meteorologist at our cbs station wbz in boston. eric, what's coming next? >> scott, this storm was the first category 4 hurricane to make landfall in haiti in 52 years. it lost just a little bit of intensity as it interacted with some of the land. anything it is losing is expected to regain as it moves into bahamas t a tomorrow. 140-mile-per-hour wind. hurricane warnings across the bahamas. the watch along the east coast of florida with tropical storm watches that extend towards the keys. as we look at the track, a lot of certainty over the next couple days. it moves across the bahamas. still as a category 4. here comes the difficult part of the track. a dance along the coastline. though it might not make official landfall, crossing the shore, it parallels the coast right on up to north carolina.
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florida right up on coastal carolina impacted by the storm. >> an american service member was killed by a roadside bomb in eastern afghanistan today. it happened during a joint u.s./afghan patrol near pakistan. the pentagon has not released the name pending notification of family. a prosecutor in north carolina said no charges will be filed against a white police officer seen on video punching a black man as he sat on his the police department said the officer violated its use of force policy and here's don dahler. >> is everything okay? >> reporter: last june, greensboro police officer, charlotte jackson and travis cole, approached the man after a report of possible burglary. he explained he was there waiting for his mom. at first the encounter was cordial. >> my mom's house?
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his id, the officer questioned him. >> do you actually live here, still? >> i am in and out. i will give my mom a call for you to let you know that i'm not lying. the call want to voice mail. after eight minutes. he urged cole to confirm the story with neighbors. started down the steps. >> sit down. sit down. >> why are you talking to me look that? >> that's when the situation quickly escalates. >> the police is over here they're harassing >> off the phone. >> you can't grab my phone like that. hey, get off of me, man. >> i was sickened by it. >> we asked the former police detective to watch the video. >> know it is tense, what happened? >> he got touched. the officer touched him. he pushed him back. and i think, i think the young man just, just had enough. as he was trying to handcuff him, officer cole allegedly punched him at least once during the struggle. >> i'm not resisting.
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the escalation came completely on the part of the officer. what are you doing? >> the officers attempted to take him to the squad car. he ended up on the ground with cole's knee on his back. >> this is ridiculous, man. >> you are damn right it is. >> the police department confirmed both officers have resigned. all charges against the man were dropped. >> don dahler, thanks. coming up next, the lions are not wild, te hunted. >> later, a court ruling allows tennis star, maria sharapova to tennis star, maria sharapova to compete again. red 97! set! red 97! did you say 97? yes. you know, that reminds me of geico's 97% customer satisfaction rating. 97%? helped by geico's fast and friendly claims service. huh... oh yeah, baby.
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it's called, a canned hunt. >> that is a lion, my boy. >> oh, god, al mighty. >> reporter: he was hired to film the hunt but was so appalled by what he witnessed he felt compelled to speak out. >> slapped on the back. you are such a hero. look at what you have done. you have got your, your, your king of the jungle. >> reporter: canned hunting is a multimillion dollar industry in south africa. and it is completely legal. but it is increasingly under scrutiny. >> eventually the poor animal is shot. dragged out of the hole. not something that anyone could really be proud of in my book. >> reporter: these lions were also destined for canned hunts but they were rescued along with 24 others by kevin richardson.
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terrifying creatures. it is the lions that are terrified in a canned hunt. richardson used to work on a lion farm where the animals were raised and developed such an unusual bond with them they seem to regard him as the part of the pride. richardson said he was horrified when he arrived at work one day and found that they had been sold for canned hunts. it was a turning point for him. and he spent four years raising several hundred thousand dollars to buy the lions back. >> need to outlaw the practice of canned hunting. make sure no one crosses that line. >> reporter: those who support canned hunts say hunting a lion raised in captivity takes the pressure of dwindling lion numbers in the world. we called close to 60 lion farms for a comment. none would agree to an interview. >> debora patta, thanks very
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substance that was legal for ten years. that a doctor recommended for me after so many different medical test thousands. and all of a sudden i am sitting mine bedroom. i get an e-mail from the itf saying i had this violation. it was, i just thought how could i have not known this? there are so many, so many, so many ways i could have known and i, i did not. >> this kind of absence if it had been two years or four years could have had an impact on your career, it could have been over. >> absolutely. my career was never going to end this way. never. from the first day i got that letter. that was when i started my comeback. >> next, the most famous debate question ever asked by a candidate. >> who am i?
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just once the vice presidential debate got a bigger audience than the presidential bouts. it was 2008, sarah palin and joe biden. but often it is this undercard that creates the most memorable moments. chip reid remembers.
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the congress as jack kennedy did when he sought the presidency. >> senator, i served with jack kennedy. i knew jack kennedy. jack kennedy was a friend of mine. senator, you're no jack kennedy. >> reporter: that put down by senator lloyd bentson in 198 # was one of the most memorable in vice presidential debate history. but senator dan quayle got the last laugh. election. four years earlier bush was on the receiving end with congresswoman geraldine ferraro, the first woman to be vice presidential candidate. >> let me help you with the difference between iran and the embassy in lebanon. >> i almost resent, vice president bush, your patronizing attitude that you have to teach me about foreign policy. a big moment for her, but she and walter mondale lost.
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at george washington university, says a vp debate is unlikely to change the course of a campaign. and it is important for the candidates to know their place especially this year. >> tim cain skaine does not wan oversth overshadow hillary clinton and i don't think any body can overshadow donald trump. dos and don'ts. do smile and use first names. >> can i call you joe? >> do try to sound like a regular joe. >> with all due a bunch of ma larky. >> don't introduce yourself like admiral james stockdale did in 1992. >> who am i? why am i here? >> because the audience is likely thinking the same thing. chip reid, cbs news, washington. and that's the "overnight news" for this wednesday. for some of you, the news continues. for others, check back with us a little bit later for the morning news. and be sure not to miss, "cbs
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new york city. i'm scott pelley. >> announcer: this is the cbs "overnight news." welcome to the "overnight news," i'm jericka duncan. the vice presidential candidates stepped out of the shadows and into the spotlight for first and only debate of the season. tim cain and mike spence squared off in kaine's home state of virginia. both have a history of public service. senat senator kaine was virginia's governor. gu nor pence was representative in congress for indiana. heading the debate, a majority of registered voters said they didn't know enough of kaine or pence to have an opinion about them. did the debate change that. you decide. >> there is a reason why people question the trust worthiness of
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because they're paying attention. i mean the reality is when she was secretary of state, senator, come on. she, she had a clinton foundation accepting contributions from foreign governments. >> you are donald trump's apprentice. let me talk about -- >> senator, i think i am on my time. >> isn't this a discussion? >> this is open discussion. >> let me interrupt you and fin, my sentence if i can. >> finish your sentence. >> the clinton foundation accepted foreign contributions while she was secretary of state. she had a private server. >> now i get to weigh-in. >> that was discovered. >> senator, please you have an opportunity. >> out of the reach. >> governor pence doesn't think the world is going so well. he is going to say it is everybody's fault. >> do you? >> donald trump is a businessman not a career politician. he actually built a business, those tax returns that were, that came out publicly this week showed that he, he faced some pretty tough times 20 years ago.
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business including "the new york times" not too long ago, he used net operating loss. we have a tax code, senator, that actually is designed to encourage entrepreneurship. >> why won't he release his tax returns? >> we're answering the question about the business thing. >> i do want to come back on this. >> his tax returns showed he went through a very difficult time. but he used the tax code the way it is supposed to be used and did it brilliantly. he created a -- because he billions of dollar tuesday. and with regard to paying taxes, this whole rift about not paying taxes, and people, saying he didn't pay taxes for years. donald trump has created tens of thousand of jobs and he has paid payroll taxes, sales taxes, property taxes. and the question is, hillary clinton is going to raise taxes. and donald trump and i are going to cut them. >> trim started the campaign in
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absolutely release my taxes. he has broken his first promise. >> he hasn't broken his promise. >> he stood on the stage when hillary said you haven't been paying taxes. he said that makes me smart. it is smart not to pay for our military. it's smart not to pay for veterans. it's smart not to pay for teach ter teachers, all of those that do pay, are stupid. >> senator, do you take all the deductions you are entitled to? i do. >> donald trump calledex rapists, criminals, called women, slobs, pigs, dogs, disgusting if i don't like saying that in front of my wife and mother. he attacked an indiana born federal judge and said he was unqualified to hear a federal lawsuit because his parents were mexican. he went after john mccain, a pow said he wasn't a hero because he had been captured. he said african-americans are living in hell. he perpetrate the this, outrageous and bigoted lie that
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where people are respected and respect laws, you can't have somebody at the top t. who demeans every group that he talks about. i just again i cannot believe that governor pence will defend the insult driven kachl pain donald trump has run. >> when she said that half of our supporters were a basket of deplorables. it's, that she said they were irredeemable. they were not america. it is and then, one after another ism on millions of americans who believe we can have a stronger america at home and abroad, believe we can get economy moving again, who believe we can end illegal immigration once and for all. so senator, this, this insult driven campaign, i mean, that's small potatoes compared to hillary clinton calling half of donald trump's supporters a basket of deplorables. >> hillary clinton said something on the campaign trail. next day she said you know what i shouldn't hatch said that.
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said half. >> governor, senator kaine's two minutes. >> we are even. >> we have deportation force, immigration and customs enforcement, the immigration and customs enforcement, first time, endorgsed donald trump to be the next president of the united states. >> you like the 16 million. >> senator, that's nonsense. look, what you just heard is they have a plan for open borders. amnesty. >> our plan is like ronald reagan's plan from 1986. immigration reform on capitol hill. we know the routine. it is amnesty. one of the last things was border security. that's how washington always plays it. we're going to do this. we're going to do that. >> four years ago, governor pence was against it. >> a nation without borders is not a nation. donald trump is committed to restoring the borders of this nation. he trash talks the military. the military is a disaster. john mccain is no hero. the generals need to be fired.
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nato is obsolete. will only work together with israel if they pay big league. third he loves dictators. he has kind of a personal mount rushmore, vladamir putin, kim jung-un, moammar gadhafi and saddam hussein. and last and dangerously. donald trump believes, donald trump believes that the world will be safer if more nations have nuclear weapons. he said, saudi arabia should get them. japan should get them. koou this, and told wait a minute. terrorists could get those. proliferation could lead to nuclear war, what donald trump said, i quote. go ahead, folks. enjoy yourselves. i would love to hear governor pence tell me what is so enjoyable or comical about nuclear war? >> governor pence? >> did you work on that one a long time. that had a lot of really creative lines in it. >> i will see if you can defend any of it. >> i can defend, i can make very
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miles as our secretary of state. after being the architect of the foreign policy of this administration, america is less safe today. that in was the day that barack obama became president of the united states. it is absolutely inarguable. we weakened america's place in the world. it's a combination of factors. mostly a lack of leadership. to remember, hillary clinton had a private server in her home that had classified information. on it about drone stke e-mails from the president of the united states of america were on there. her private server was subject to being hacked by foreign and, we could make. >> a full investigation concluded that not one reasonable prosecutor would take any additional step. you don't get to decide the rights and wrongs of this. we have a justice system that does that. and a republican fbi director did an investigation and concluded.
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one of the big issues this election season, who is best equipped to be commander-in-chief and lead the battle against the islamic state. the military response to that conflict is handled by the generals at u.s. central command or centcom based in centcom is under investigation for allegedly doctoring intelligence reports about what was really going on in iraq and syria. jim axel rod reports. >> on a rainy day in september, 2014, president obama paid a visit to u.s. central command at mcdill air force base in tampa for a briefing from general lloyd austin. >> throw the grenade in the bunker. >> among the topics, training
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the cost of the program, $1.2 billion. >> i just received a briefing from general austin and met with your commanders. met with representatives from 40 nations. it is a true team effort here at mcdill. >> but at the time, centcom intelligence operation was anything but unified. altered by top intelligence brass. word like slow. stalled changed to deliberate. flee, retreat, changed to repositioned and relocated. which had effect of rosier picture in final reports delivered to general austin and staff. it didn't stop there. in one instance, centcom's director of intelligence. blocked a negative assessment of iraq's military from the
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summary, viewed only by the president and his closest advisers. the pentagon defense intelligence agency concluded iraqi security forces wouldn't be ready to retake mosul. iraq's second largest city. before the end of the year. in tampa, centcom's iraq analysts agreed. but according to sources, general grove ordered the assessment kept out president's brief, until after his boss general austin testified to congress about the iraqi's progress. isil is losing the fight. making a case for $16 billion for the program. to stall negative assessment from getting to the president, centcom senior staff asked for revisions. >> we are where we said we would be in the execution of our military campaign plan.
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the train and equip strategy was working and that isis was on the run. >> the fact is that he can no longer do what he did at the outset. which is to seize and to hold new territory. he has assumed a defensive crouch in iraq. >> last fall, after the poigs began its investigation into allegations of intelligence manipulation. >> i don't want intelligence shaded by politics. >> the president laid out his expectation that intelligence >> we can't make good policy unless we have got good accurate, hard-headed, clear-eyed intelligence. >> reporter: cbs news learned that after the dod inspktor general's office began its investigation. three months worth of the original unedited assessments, went missing from centcom's server. general austin retired earlier this year as centcom commander. in a statement, said he never directed any one at centcom to
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would have tolerated actions. his director of intelligence, general grove decleaned to comme declined to comment. he was rotated out this past may. i'm jim axelrod, new york. >> whether or not you believe in climate change. sea levels are rising. all the salt water is destroying crops and millions of acres of farmland. in his series, mark phillips, visits an experimental farm in the is not the enemy. >> climate change science is asking a new question, could the response to rising sea levels and more frequent storms be this? the humble potato. not just any garden variety. but a potato that will thrive where most won't. in an increasingly salty world.
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they had given up trying to grow crops. the solution to the problem is being sought on this experimental farm in the netherlands. by a man they call -- the potato whisperer. >> how are you finding out what works? >> simply by letting the plants tell us. the plants speak he says, he can hear them. i think there is more knowledge in the plants than scientists. that may have found at least part of the solution. nobody knows more about dealing with the encroaching waters than the dutch. where more and more salty water has been seeping through the dikes on to farmland.
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with increasingly salty water to see if any survive. some between 5% and 10% do. but there would be no point unless those survivors are also edible. so they run a taste test against normal freshwater potatoes. >> try the brown one first. >> first. yeah. >> tastes like a good potato. >> yeah. >> the other one tastes like? a good potato but different. i'm betting this is the salty one. >> you are absolutely right, mark. >> reporter: so far, so interesting. but there are real current applications for this discovery.
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even with water you can use half seawater salinity. >> half sea watter? >> yeah, we have carrots that grow on half seawater salinity. they should be dead already. these carrots can feed many worldwide. and the potato whisperer is ed >> we can make onions, carrots, and potatoes for the people in bangladesh and -- and pakistan. then hey have a meal. >> little curry spice you are talking. >> yeah.
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wishing you love, sleep and play. pampers. some of the most beautiful italian works are on display in nashville. you may recognize the artists. ferrari, maz arati, lamborghini to name a few. >> reporter: a parade of italian beauties rolled into nashville recently. 19 classic automobiles. each more irresistible than the next. arrived at the frist center for visual arts. for the opening of bellissima. an exhibition celebrating
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renaissance. dr. thomas mao kept ape close eye as his vehicle was unloaded. and sat behind the steering wheel as the one of a kind wedge car was pulled into the gallery. you squeeze and turn. >> a key hole. climbing in can require gymnastic skill. wherever it goes? >> well, it is a bit like attending graduations, or your daughter's wedding. you just got to be there. >> mao, a management consultant and renowned watch collector couldn't resist the stratos when it unexpectedly came up for auction in 2011. he paid just over $1 million for it. >> i was driving around for a couple days afterwards in the state of euphoria, like oh my
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>> buyer's remorse. >> never buyer's remorse. but kind of, sanity check. the chrome and curves on these italian classics inspire that kind of crazy passion. >> these cars still look modern. >> they look like they haven't been built yet. they look like they will be built in the next decade. they're incredible. >> familiar names are at the frist. ferrari, lamborghini. mazarati. the ultimate example, says the chief curator, cars by alfa romero, berlinetica technica. they're really, really meant to be beautiful. >> some of the cars created in
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like the creamsicle lincoln indianapolis. >> lincoln, italian design? >> yes. done this way because -- he wanted to get the lucrative business of the american market. >> legendary car guy, ken gross who curated the exhibition says the italian coach builders designed this body on a lincoln chassis in 1955. >> lincoln was working on its own two seater personal the continental. when this was finished there was no market for it. >> the 37th international automobile show. >> the chrysler gilda introduced in 1955, in turin would have a more lasting impact. >> fantasy. no, car of the future. by fiat. whichever way you look ate. certainly an eye catcher. here it is from the other end. >> commissioned by chrysler, the
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influence styling. which brings us back to dr. thomas mao's car, the lancia stratos, fs 0. which appeared in michael jackson film "moon walk" designed on spec by him. >> they wouldn't raise the barrier for him. he just drove right underneath it. >> reporter: how high is this car? >> 33 point. >> 33 inches. >> still hold the world record for lowest fully functional vehicle ever made. >> reporter: dr. mao has had a lifelong love affair with the car. still takes your breath away? >> still does. come into the gallery. see it. head over heels in love again. >> reporter: if you can dream it, you can do it. ferrari famously said. this fall, the frist center in
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just one question, how do we get out of this thing?
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the vice presidential debate is in the books and a lot are looking forward to the next presidential debate sunday. among them women voters, make up more than half the electorate and have the purr to decide the election. a cbs news poll found their and work place equality. speaking with women voters, democrats and republicans in the battleground state of north carolina. there is still the notion of the glass ceiling for sure. i think women are definitely empowered but constricted to a box. >> even as a working woman we face obstacles that i don't necessarily think that every male in the same position is going to face. >> who is voting for hillary clinton? >> who is voting for donald
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i'm republican. there is a part of me that is nervous about trump. my core values inside are very strong. and i got to pray that he surrounds himself with people that are smart, intelligent, fair. >> she was mentioning about core values. if i'm looking at trump, there is not one segment of this country that he has not -- not spoken about in >> angela? >> i have decided not to vote this year. i can't vote for my party just because they're my party. when they have somebody -- so careless and reckless. i am not a hillary supporter. >> why? >> i think she stand for bad policies we have had in the office eight years. >> reporter: if hillary clinton were elected do you think it
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>> absolutely. >> fundamentally we need some female perspective creating policy. >> she has been a women's advocate, children's add ve cat her career. i think that could only bode well for, for we women, us women going forward. >> reporter: if donald trump were elected president, would that be good for women? >> i don't think it would hurt us. at all. he is a businessman. he has always been a businessman. this is also a new environment for him. is going. >> i believe the country is at a crossroads. i believe there are critical issues that have to be addressed. in a steady and sensible and intelligent way. >> we should be proud to be living here to be able to vote and, and try to get the best candidate for, for all of us. is huge. that's the "overnight news"
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continues. for others check back later for the morning news and cbs n captioning funded by cbs captioning funded by cbs it's wednesday, october 5th, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." matthew makes landfall. the deadly storm pummeled haiti and is now drenching cuba. the u.s. could be the hurricane's next target, prompting mass evacuations. pence versus kaine. the vice presidential nominees take the stage to defend their running mates on everything from immigration to policing. but who won? a group of undecided voters weigh in on the debate. a wildcard walkoff, as the blue jays secure their spot in

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