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♪ it's tuesday, july 19th, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." >> you work hard for what you want in life. >> you work hard for what you want in life. >> striking similarities. melania trump's speech, one of the high points for the first day of the republican national convention, until allegations surface that portions were pulled word for word from michelle obama's 2008 speech for the dnc. we're playing the speeches side by side. >> your word is your bond. >> your word is your bond.
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>> those weren't the only fireworks on day one. the thwarted attempt to dump trump and the heartbroken mom who blames hillary clinton for her son's death in benghazi. and charlie rose sits down with hillary clinton one-on-one, she trashes trump as the most dangerous person who ever ran for president. >> no self-discipline. no self-control. no sense of history. good morning. from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york. good to be with you, i'm anne-marie green. well, the republican national convention kicked off with dissent and speakers who painted a bleak picture of the united states, but this morning it was the speech by melania trump, last night's star attraction that's causing a stir. in an unusual opening night move, donald trump came on stage to introduce his wife. there were two passages in her speech that were strikingly similar to michelle obama's speech at the 2008 democratic national convention.
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>> my parents impressed in me the value that you work hard for what you want in life. that your work is your bond and you do what you say and keep your promise. that you treat people with respect. >> barack and i were raised with so many of the same values. like you work hard for what you want in life. that your word is your bond. that you do that you say what you say you're going to do. you that treat people with dignity and respect. >> we need to pass those lessons on to the many generations to follow. because -- because we want our children in this nation to know that all you need for your achievement is the strength of
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your dreams and your willingness to work for them. >> barack and i set out to build lives guided by thesevalues. and pass them on to the next generation because we want our children and all children in this nation to know that the only limit to the height of your achievement is the reach of your dreams and your willingness to work hard for them. >> in a written statement, the trump campaign addressed melania trump's speech. "in writing her beautiful speech, melania's team of writers took notes on her life's inspirations and in some instances included fragments that reflected her own thinking. melania's immigrant experience and love for america shone through her speech which made it such a success." when the convention opened, anti-trump delegates hoping to derail his nomination staged a surprise protest. they were overruled. craig boswell has more. >> reporter: trump's family will be featured throughout the week
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in a concerted effort to soften his image. the theme at the convention was security, one of the featured speakers was pat smith whose son sean was killed in the benghazi attack in 2012. >> i blame hillary clinton personally for the death of my son. personally. >> reporter: iowa senator joni ernst said trump will be the president who can keep america safe. >> he will not hesitate to destroy those who wish to harm our great nation. >> roll call vote! roll call vote! >> reporter: earlier, there was chaos on the floor. some delegates tried to force a roll call vote on the convention rule. it was rejected. craig boswell, cbs news, cleveland. cbs news contributor bob schieffer has been covering political conventions since 1968.
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here's his take on this year's gop gathering. this one is different. the republican party is vetting its future now on a candidate who has never held public office, never served in the military. is anti-trade. anti-entitlement reform that has proposed a budget critics say would add trillions of dollars to the national debt. by any conventional reasoning, he is a long shot, but this is not a typical year. republican primary voters chose him because they say he speaks his mind and they feel abandoned by their party. but his nomination has left this party deeply divided, so divided even the republican governor john kasich, the host governor, will not be here. his friends say he will not step foot in the arena because he disagrees with what trump stands for, and feels it would be hypocritical to give his stamp of approval. modern history shows that candidates outside of their party mainstream don't do well. barry goldwater wrestled a nomination from the republican establishment in '64, but lost
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to lyndon johnson. democrats kicked out party regulars in '72 and nominated george mcgovern, he won only one state. donald trump may or may not win. but in a party facing an identity crisis, the overriding question here is, is he changing the party for better or worse? or as many establishment republicans worry, destroying it altogether. >> well, weijia jiang is in cleveland. and the theme for the republican convention today, weijia, is make america work again. what is that going to work like? tell us about that theme. >> well, good morning, anne-marie. this is a chance for republicans to really talk about what donald trump boasts as one of his greatest strengths is to create jobs and boost the economy because of his history as a businessman. the official theme for the rnc also specifically mentions hillary clinton with a warning that a clinton presidency would be much more of what they call
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anemic economic growth. so, of course, we expect to hear solutions how trump would fix that, all in mind with make america work again. >> so, who are the big speakers then today? >> well, the lineup has a lot of high-profile, high ranking republicans including house speaker paul ryan. senate majority leader mitch mcconnell, new jersey governor chris christie. at one point, trump promised it was was going to be a show biz kind of convention, with celebrities and stars, but it's also shaping up to a family event also. we heard from melania trump. we'll hear from the trump children including tiffany trump, eric trump and donald trump jr. >> weijia jiang in cleveland, thank you so much. "cbs this morning"'s co-anchor charlie rose talked with hillary clinton yesterday. she said donald trump is the most dangerous man ever to run for president. >> no self-discipline. no self-control.
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no sense of history. no understanding of the limits of the kind of power that any president should impose upon himself. he has shown none of that. let's return to torture. and you know what, i will order the american military to commit war crimes. what he has laid out is the most dangerous reckless approach to being president than i think we've ever seen. well, coming up on "cbs this morning," more of rose's interview with hillary clinton, and coverage of day two of the gop convention in cleveland. baton rouge police say the former marine who ambushed police officers systematically targeted them. an autopsy is expected to be performed on gavin long's body today. don champion is in baton rouge. don, good morning. >> good morning, anne-marie, authorities offered up new disturbing details yesterday as they vowed to leave no stone unturned in the investigation. two days after the tragedy, it
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is clear the gunman used his military training to ambush the officers. >> reporter: chilling new images released by investigators offered new detail on the baton nman's deadly attack. they show gavin long armed, dressed in all black, as he carried out his shooting sunday. investigators say the former marine bypassed civilians while methodically searching for police officers. >> he was looking for locations to specifically target police officers. there's no doubt whatsoever that these officers were intentionally targeted and assassinated. >> reporter: three officers were killed in the eight-minute rampage. the gunman was eventually killed by a s.w.a.t. team with a shot fired from 100 yards away. three other officers were wounded including sheriff's deputy nicholas touay who was shot in the head and stomach as he sat in his patrol car. >> we're just praying for him
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it's in god's hands, and we'll just have to see what happens. >> reporter: president obama called the families of the fallen officers and law enforcement officials yesterday to offer his condolences. attorney general loretta lynch condemned the attack and called it counterproductive. >> these incidents occur and it seems to pull us back into a period where we're so far apart. >> reporter: while investigators say long acted alone, they're still looking into whether someone may have known about his plan. now, as part of the investigation, authorities are still trying to build a time line of where and what the suspect was doing, the gunman was doing the days before the attack. meantime, president obama has ordered the flags fly at half-staff in honor of the fallen officers. anne-marie. >> don champion in baton rouge. thank you so much, don. this morning, isis says a teenage migrant who attacked passengers on a german train was one of its fighters. he was shot and killed by
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police. the train was traveling through central germany last night when the 17-year-old used an ax and a knife to attack passengers. four people were injured three suffering serious injuries. teenager had a hand painted isis flag in his home. a french prosecutor who says the truck driver who killed 84 people in nice had expressed support for isis. yesterday, remembers threw trash on the spot where he was killed. officials say he carefully plotted the attack. and several visits to the beachfront in nice. well, coming up on the "morning news," exposing twitter trolls. "ghostbuster" star leslie jones calls out racists on social media. and writer's remorse, the man who wrote donald trump's "the art of the deal" is now expressing regret. this is the "cbs morning news." deal" is now expressing remorse. this is the "cbs morning news."
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witness history as the rnc crowns their own humanity ♪ ♪ it electrical wacky hats crazy ties worn by thousands of white guys an entire airplane hangar filled with donald trump flags ♪ ♪ we'll see members of the klan but no muslims latinos i think they've all been banned ♪ >> stephen colbert dazzled last night in his first live show of the week recapping the rnc. comedian leslie jones is takes on racists on twitter. and donald trump's ghost writer is speaking out. thos are some the headlines on the morning newsstands "the new yorker" says donald trump's ghost writer regrets helping to create the image. tony warts said the businessman he described in the "art of the
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deal" say work of fiction. what he said the title would be titled today schwartz says "the sociopath." he said if trump wins and gets the nuclear codes it may be the end of civilization. the washington post reports that a cabinet member is accused of politicking on the job. a federal panel says housing and urban secretary julian castro praised illary clinton during an interview from his government office. castro says he prefaced the omment by noting he wasn't speaking in his official capacity. and buzzfeed news reports on the racist messages sent anonymously to leslie jones on twitter. "the ghostbuster" star talks about some of the tweets she received since the movie opened. twitter said it took steps on some of the account but admits it has to do more on hate feeds. coming up, keeping your web browsing clean. two big food chains block customers from accessing pornography on their wi-fi.
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the s&p closed 5 points higher. the fifth time in the last six trading days it closed at an all-day high. nasdaq gained 26 points but the losses are mounting at yahoo!. revenue fell 19% in the third quarter, compared to last year. it could be yahoo! as an independent company, yahoo! is for sale, final bids were reportedly due yesterday. subscriber group netflix streaming added 166,000 customers from april to june. that's more than the dow and wall street expected. it comes as netflix raised prices by $2 a month. starbucks and mcdonald's agree to block pornography on wi-fi. mcdonald's says filtering technology that blocks customers from accessing porn sites has been activated in the majority of its 14,000 restaurants.
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starbucks says it's still working on implementing the filter system. and google is implementing gender equality with a new set of emojis. career women. sunday was emoji day. google added 11 different emojis in both sexes in both skin colors. google also added male and female versions of existing emojis. anne-marie. >> i've asked this before and i'll ask it again, where is the newscaster emoji? >> it's time. i'm ready. i think so. might have to tweet something out. >> jill wagner at the new york stock exchange. thank you so much, jill. still ahead, unleashing your pokemon go. we will tell you how a dog shelter is using its popular game to get its animals a little more exercise. ise. nutella adds a smile to any morning. nutella - spread the happy! (we got a new family member and she got a nutritious meal of purina cat chow complete
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join us for kpix 5 news this morning... beginning at 4:30. good morning. it's tuesday, july 19th. ,,,, ,$8drw good morning. it's tuesday, july 19th. here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country.
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well, count justin bieber among those suffering from pokemon fever. the pop star was spotted yesterday chasing monsters in new york's central park. some of the fans he had in tow said they were playing justin bieber go. and some homeless dogs in indiana are getting more exercise thanks to pokemon go. volunteers flocked to a shelter where they're invited to play the game while walking the dogs. but humane society activists warn that people shouldn't keep their focus away from the animals. indeed. not the pokemon animals, but the real ones. some of the nba's biggest stars are back at work, this time to win olympic gold. the usa men's team opened camp yesterday in las vegas to get ready for the rio games. kevin durant and carmelo anthony are back from the team that won it all four years ago in london. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," chairman of the trump campaign, paul manafort. i'm anne-marie green. this is the "cbs morning news." campaign,
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49 years ago, 44 american soldiers survived an enemy ambush in vietnam because one pilot refused to leave them behind on the battlefield. on monday, president obama awarded that pilot the highest military award the medal of honor. david martin spoke with him. >> reporter: the pilots in chuck kettles' helicopter bet italian called it chump valley because only a chump would fly into a landing zone so exposed to enemy fire. zone so exposed to enemy fire. >> we had eight helicopters in this operation, all of them got hit. >> reporter: kettles was trying to rescue american soldiers trapped by a north vietnamese
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ambush. his helo was hit by 39 rounds. >> you could see the fuel gauge went down. >> reporter: kettles switched helos and led another mission back into chump valley. it was a mystery of contempt and disbelief. >> they questioned the help to go extract the last 44 men. i guess i volunteered. i mean, that's what the war was about. >> reporter: don was one of the 44. what were your chances of getting out of there? >> none at all, probably. >> reporter: all he could do is hide from the enemy and pray for the sound of helos. it was a deafening quiet. what broke the silence? >> men coming back. your blood flows and you say they're coming back. >> reporter: on his way out of chump valley for what he thought was the last time, kettles received a radio call from headquarters. >> there were eight troops who had not gotten out of the riverbed, that were still there. i simply assured them that i
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would go back in and try to get them out of there. >> reporter: this time, he went by himself. the target of all the enemy fire. with eight more loaded onboard, his shotup helo was dangerously overweight. in all he flew in four times. so that makes you a pretty big chump. >> i guess so. i guessed i've been called worse. >> reporter: today, nearly 50 years later he can be called what he deserves to be called. recipient of the nation's highest honor. david martin, cbs news, the pentagon. here's another look at this morning's top story, donald trump's wife melania was the star attraction at yesterday's opening of the republican national convention. she praised and as tough but fair, but this morning there are allegations that portions of her speech are strikingly similar to michelle obama's speech at the democratic
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national convention. coming up on "cbs this morning," continuing coverage from the republican national convention. mo rocca talks with some of the youngest candidates for their candid views on trump. plus, the olympic drug scandal and allegations of state-run doping by russia. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. ,,,, ,$8drw
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it is time to wake up and start your day, a live look in san jose. people are already hitting the roads. good morning.
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it's tuesday, july 19. i'm kenny choi. >> and i'm michelle griego. 4:29 and people are already up and on the roads. >> 4:29? you missed your shot. time to start your engines. >> get your motors running. >> just playing with you here. okay. i'm in a fog, and speaking of fog, we have areas of fog. hi, everybody. good morning. rise and shine with areas of low fog inland, 50 miles to the east and 40 miles to the north and 60 miles to the south in san jose, overcast and 58 degrees. but we do have breezy wind warnings, westerly at 13 at sfo and slight winds in the trivalley and 15 in the concord area, 17 now. and today will be a repeat performance from yesterday, 60s coast side, 60s bay, 70s peninsula, low 80s away from the bay. fu


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