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>> give him your $2. captions by: caption colorado comments@captioncolorado.com in the west. it is july 21, 2016. welcome to cbc is morning from the floor of the republic national convention in cleveland, ohio. delegates booed ted cruz offer the stage, when he doesn't endorse donald trump. he tells them to vote their conscience. >> tonight, donald trump will deliver the biggest speech of his political career. his son, eric, will john us. >> video shows an unarmed black man with his hands up, moments before police shoot him. the victim describes how he was trying to help an autistic man. >> we look at today's eye-opener, your world in 90 seconds. with this united party, i
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know we'll elect donald trump to be the 45th president of the united states of america. >> ted cruz, snubs party unity. >> vote your conscience, vote for candidates up and down the ticket who you trust to defend our freedom. >> ted cruz was booed off the stage. >> why did they let ted cruz on stage? >> that's the part that remains something of a mystery. >> it was awful. quite frankly, i think it was selfish. >> travel nightmare for southwest airlines, after a niegs wide ground stop blamed on technical issues. >> it is a nightmare. >> it is just unbearable out there. extreme heat and humidity hitting most of the country. >> thursday will be hot. friday hotter, saturday could be the hottest. >> a police shooting investigation in florida, the man shot is the caretaker of an autistic man. >> consider did you shoot me? >> police say involved in a bomb scare has been taken into custody. >> six hours, the standoff is
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over. >> oh, my goodness. look at this. >> where does it land. >> all that -- >> he can be rough with politicians on the stage, but i've seen this good man up close. >> there was an awkward air kiss, like, i don't know. went in and a little blow back there. >> and all that matters. >> this is the oval office, my husband is in there somewhere. >> he is in there now? >> he better be. that's where he stays. >> our party has the nominee. >> ted cruz was speaking in cleveland, and trucmp interruptd him with his plane. >> that was pretty well orchestrated. >> you could almost see trump doing this. this morning's eye-opener is presented by toyota. let's go places.
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welcome to "cbs this morning." we're at the republic national convention, inside quicken loans arena in cleveland. donald trump's biggest rival in the primaries, stole the show here last night. >> our god given right, even if those with whom we don't agree. >> delegates booed texas senator ted cruz, they were angry his speech did not endorse the republican nominee. >> it was one more sign that all republicans still have not yet come together behind trump. cruz reportedly said after his speech, quote, i had to speak the truth. major garrett was on the floor during the whole outcry. he is now high above us right now. major, what a night. >> reporter: good morning. ted cruz took a channels last night and it failed. the goal, come close enough to endorsing donald trump without losing touch with his supporters or cutting his own prospects in 2020 should trump fault ter.
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by night's end, it was cruz who faultered, not trump. >> in that speech last night, i did not say a single negative word about donald trump. >> reporter: texas senator ted cruz' 22 minute mentioned the nominee just once yesterday. >> i want to congratulate donald trump on winning the nomination last night. >> reporter: but cruz lost the crowd with an anti-trump message. >> vote your conscience. vote for candidates up and down the ticket who you trust to defend our freedom and to be faithful to the constitution. >> trump's supporters interpreted that as an invitation to oppose the nominee. cruz tried to move on. >> i appreciate the enthusiasm of the new york delegation.
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>> cheers grew louder, and trump made an appearance, stealing the show. >> and god bless the united states of america. >> cruz's wife, heidi, hurried out of the arena, facing a hostile crowd. moments later -- >> i think you misunderstood. >> newt gingrich tried to clean up the mess. >> ted cruz said you can vote your conscience for anyone who will uphold the constitution. in this election, there is only one candidate who will uphold the constitution. >> cruz's refusal up stage eric's speech and mike pence. delegates wanted more unity. >> i'm incredibly disappointed. i love ted cruz, he is an honorable man. >> i was hoping beyond hope that he would endorse mr. trump at the end. >> the decision came as no surprise to trump, who tweeted,
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i saw his speech two hours early, but let him speak any way. no big deal. >> trump's oldest son, don junior said it was his best colors. >> booing him off the stage, everyone else in here is the number one goal to beat hillary clinton. >> a divided texas delegation, he sent out a fundraising e-mail for his 2018 senate campaign after last night's debacle, but some said it was self-serving. >> thank you, major. outrage over the speech stole some of the spotlight from governor mike pence, the vice-presidential nominee tried to emphasize party unity to elect donald trump. josh elliott of our streaming network cbsn has a key moment from pence's speech. good morning. >> good morning to you all. mike pence did have the stage, and spoke about his family, his
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upbringing and perhaps most important to this hall, his come to reagan moment. he offered the conservative blessing and walked through his own rationalezation why donald trump the outsider is the man to bring the party together to defeat hillary clinton. >> let's resolve here and now that hillary clinton will never become president of the united states of america. >> indiana governor mike pence, made his case for republicans to fall in line. >> this is the outsider. my running mate. he turned a long shot campaign into a movement. >> turning the establishment past shunning of donald trump, into a positive. >> until now, he has had to do it all by himself, against all odds. >> in the primary, pence himself had backed senator ted cruz. >> being a ted cruz supporter is what donald trump needs from mike pence. >> kevin sheridan was a senior
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advisor for mitt romney's 2012 campaign. >> very few would take this job. pence was one of them. >> the rollout has been anything but smooth. >> trump overshadowing him during a "60 minutes" interview. during trump's announcement, trump spoke for nearly 30 minutes, before finally introducing his running mate. >> to protect our god given rights. >> and while last night's drama with cruz stole part of the thunder -- pence held the stage for over a half an hour, introducing his family and himself. >> i am a christian, conservative and republican, in that order. >> everything the trump campaign hopes can lead it to victory. >> when we elect donald trump the 45th president of the united states together, we will make america great again. >> governor pence in his speech last night said donald trump
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would stand with america's allies, but that seemed to contradict what the nominee had told "the new york times" just earlier in the day, when donald trump said that he wouldn't necessarily extend protections to nato allies unless they, and i quote, have fulfilled their obligations to us. end quote. >> what does that mean? >> i believe it means what it meant for donald trump in that moment, and it may mean something entirely different tomorrow. >> we'll talk about that. thank you, josh. for the third night in a row, a member of donald trump's family spoke in primetime. his son, eric, followed ted cruz on stage. he made his endorsement very clear. >> vote for the candidate who can't be bought, sold, purchased, bribed, coerced, intimidated or steered from the path that is right and just and true. quite frankly, friends, vote for
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the one candidate who does not need this job. >> eric trump is with us. welcome. >> thank you, guys. great to be here. >> we have lots to talk about. >> a big night last night. >> very big. >> how did it feel to be up there? >> incredible. incredible feeling. i put a lot of work into the speech, passion into the speech, as you can tell. >> who wrote the speech, eric. >> me. every single word was myself. listen, i love my father immensely. he is the greatest guy in the world. i'm not a politician. it was a great moment to be up there. >> you didn't give the only speech last night. there was a speech by ted cruz as well. the papers this morning are full of it, attempt at unity false short, gop party unity cracks. you have seen the speech, your father said he saw the speech two hours ago, and knew there won't be an endorsement. >> why give him the stage? >> i think the speech was -- it wasn't bad, it wasn't good. the fact was, this whole
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convention hall had, you know, we had 25,000 trump fans in here, right. when he didn't do the right thing, remember, he signed a pledge, when he didn't do the right thing, people went crazy. was in the green room, about to give my speech. i've never seen boos like that. the house, this whole auditorium was literally shaking with boos. how do you get booed out of your own convention. >> by your own delegation. >> it was unbelievable. so i think the people in this arena spoke for themselves. >> you agree? >> i thought it was classless to tell you the truth. if you're going to go to a convention, either go to support or don't go at all. so you know, i think that's just politician 101. >> here is a larger point, party unity. this has been a movement from a candidate to a movement, and you need the party, because a general election, you need structure, organization, you need money. >> if you were in this room last
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night, you know we had the party. i mean, if you were in the room and you saw the electricity when i spoke, when governor pence spoke. it was an incredible feeling. the room was going crazy. >> you should have been, there were delegates. the question is the larger republican party. >> the trump delegates are sitting on flute are and then you have another 15,000 people in the stands and everything. it is a special thing. listen, you look at reince, the whole structure, what we've done in washington, the people who have come on board, meaning the big political names. it is, you know, believe me, party unity is there. it is very much there. >> we keep hearing all the time that trump's three adult children, you, donald and ivanka are his closest advisors. what is the best advice you've given him? what role do you think you play? >> i hate the word advisor. are we advisors. >> confidants. >> we're his kids. we love him. he is an amazing guy. he has a lot of trust in us,
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whether it be bonlicoming out o business. when we have something on our mind, we say to him. if he accepts it, fine. that's family. i don't know much about politics. that's what i do in my everyday life. but we spend a lot of time with our father and we can tell him things that other people may not be able to tell him. that gives us a unique role in the process. >> we're going to hear from your father tonight. he has given an interview with the new york times that has created some waves, because he suggested we might withdraw from the nato. is that appropriate. >> no, it is different than that. the message is that the fact that every country that is part of nato should pay their own weight. right now, we subsidize the vast majority of nato. how is that fair. you have countries who don't pay anything. they pay in very little. >> that's a valid point to say everybody should pay their own way. the other, including president
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obama, has made that point. >> if you look at the amount that the u.s. pays proportionately to nato, it is like 80%. >> but the question was in fact there was an attack on a baltic country from russia or somewhere else, nato has fledged to defend them and the united states is part of nato. >> sure. >> if you don't live up to the agreement, people will worry about whether you can be depended upon. >> he absolutely believes in nato. he wants people to pay their own way. this is part of his narrative, right. why are we getting ripped off around the world. why are we being taken advantage of. why do we have to be the world's police force when no one else steps forward. you've seen this for so many years. his point is people have to pay in the system, pay their own way, it is not right for us to take the disproportionate burden. >> he did not mean to say as president, he would not support, and live up to the nato agreement. >> nato is important, right.
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by the way, he has said you have ov overhaul nato. nato was always designed for dealing with large countries, large wars, you know, ussr, so many other things. he said listen, kind of obsolete. isis, al qaeda, other groups like that. and i think he has been 100% right. it is interesting that nato just formed a group that is gieared specifically to deal with terrorism. >> have you seen your dad's speech? >> i have. >> he says he has trouble talking about personal things. will this be a personal speech. >> listen, i think it will be a deep speech. it will be an important speech. it will talk about a lot of policy that he has talked about for the last 12 months. i think policy quite frankly he has been right about over the last 12 months, all over the world with the attacks, what just happened in nice, orlando, all these places. right now, this world is in a dark place.
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but i also think there is tremendous optimism. i think you're going to see both sides of that, hear the problems, but also going to be optimistic in term was how he's the commander in chief -- >> prompter or no prompter. >> there will be a prompter. >> okay. >> it is long. >> thanks for filling your promise yesterday and coming over. >> we really appreciate it. >> thank you. >> con gr-- congratulations. new jersey governor calling ted cruz awful and selfish. trump, trusted ted and rewarded with a betrayal. >> democratic, hillary clinton par ro parroted ted cruz, vote your conscience. john heilemann, joining us at the table. also by the waco hoy, co-host o circus.
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ted cruz ended up being booed off the stage what does it mean. >> an unusual thing. i haven't seen that a lot in many conventions i've covered. what does it mean. it is a huge political gamble by cruz. he is fundraising off it this morning. he thinks it went well among his supporters. he is saying look, i this trump will lose, i'm going to on the guy that stood up, i'm the principle conservative who represents all those people who weren't for trump, and when he loses in the fall, i'll be there to be the true conservative . >> pence gave a great speech and we're not talking about that. we're not talking about the way he spoke highly of mr. trump last night. his prescription for the future of the republican party. >> and not for hillary clinton. >> he was upstaged by a man that trump called lyin' ted. >> it is true. the trump campaign, he is perfectly happy with the
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outcome. they got a certain benefit. the boos, which rang out throughout the hall, did from the trump point of view, portray a unified convention hall in opposition to ted cruz. so you know, we saw paul manafort last night after it was over, seemed happy with the outcome. we knew it was in the speech. there is reporting they were whipping the boos. they wanted this picture. that doesn't help mike pence. you have to feel bad for mike pence, because he was overshadowed. if they wanted it avoid this scene, they could have put ted cruz on 7:00, 7:30, low profile, not in primetime, you know. they seem to want this. both sides kind of got what they wanted. >> the headline today is the party unified. >> the party is still not unified. >> does that matter. >> it was more than it was maybe, but it -- it matters a lot. donald trump, democrats have a huge structural advantage. if you are a republican nominee, you need all the republican
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votes and then you need more votes. but you need republican unity at the level. you've got to get 95% of republicans, so unity matters. >> and structure. >> and structure matters too. >> he has made it this far without either one. >> it is a different world. >> we'll bring you trump's acceptance speech, beginning at 7:00 p. 7:00 p.m. pacific time. american food ends up in the trash. ahead, in las vegas, where leftovers from all you can eat buffets goes to
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good morning from the traffic center. we have reports of an accident on 17 if you are commuting out of santa cruz mountains this morning. elsewhere northbound 17 northbound toward 85 a little slow northbound 101 also sluggish out of the south bay. look at this. everything in the red so a lot going on there in san jose. northbound 101, 280/680 to 237, 23 minutes. looks like guadalupe parkway not much better at least 20 minutes to 101. a couple of traffic alerts along the eastshore freeway slow towards the bay bridge where you're backed up to the maze. roberta? >> this is spectacular! it's our live weathercam are from our kpix 5 studios looking due east towards oakland and wow, we have a break in the low clouds, the fog. we have delays at sfo up to one hour on some arriving flights. we have temperatures currently in the 50s. only concord and livermore reporting clear skies at this hour. 65 pacifica to 86 degrees in fairfield, 90 brentwood.
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melania claims she wrote most of it herself. then, this morning, a trump family staff writer, a woman named meredith mciver, a woman no one can find, by the way, she is missing. nobody knows where she is. he sha she took responsibility and offered to resign. she said melania said she admired michelle obama. basically the things that mrs. obama wrote pretended she pretended to write the things that melania wrote. confusing. but here is what i would do. >> very confusing! >> follow the hands on that. a lot of people were making the fun of the fact that michelle
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obama's name is, mentioned at the gop convention as melania trump. >> and in a positive way. >> right. >> a comic said if donald trump doesn't write his books, why should melania have to write her speeches? >> okay. welcome back to "cbs this morning." from the republic national convention in cleveland, coming up in this half hour, we are going to take a closer look at the campaign shifting explanations over the plagiarism flap involving melania trump's speech. plus, new video captures a controversial florida police shooting. an unarmed man with his arms raised was shot in the leg. an officer's surprising explanation to the victim. time to show you some of the morning's headlines from around the globe. "usa today" reports the olympic ban on russia's track and field team was upheld. russia's appeal was rejected today by the court of arbitration for sports. the ban came after they found that russia helped its athletes to use performance-enhancing drugs. they will decide whether to ban
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russia completely from next month's rio games. "the dallas morning news" reports on southwest airlines working to fix a widespread computer outage. southwest said an outage forced 6,000 flights to be delayed or canceled yesterday. a ground stop for all departing southwest flights. the airline said it could take days to get back to normal. a federal appeals court struck down the texas voter i.d. law. the law required one of seven specific forms of photo i.d. to vote. the court ruled it violated a law banning discrimination on the race of ethnicity. a lower court is asked to eliminate the discriminatory effect before november. it makes it more likely the supreme court will revisit the issue. "time" reports on a meat recall. it covers hot dogs and corn dogs from bar s food. more than 370,000 pounds of the product are affected and they
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might be tainted with listeria. no illnesses are reported and you can find a full list of the recalled product at cbsthismorning.cbsnews.com. >> new video shows the moments of a black man with his hands up next to a patient. he was in the street trying to retrieve an autistic man who wandered away from a group home. the shooting victim survived. vinita nair is in our new york studio with his account of how the encounter unfolded. >> reporter: north miami police told cbs news they received a 911 call monday about an armed man who was threatening sued. but, instead, they encountered an autistic man and his caretake ircharles kinsey. kinsey was shot. lying in the middle of a north miami street, charles kinsey tried to coax an autistic man back to a mental health center.
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>> i was more worried about him than myself. >> reporter: you can hear cincy, cincy, a counselor, advicing his patient. the young man in his 20s sit cross-legged while holding a white toy truck. kinsy was unarmed and yet he kept his hand in the air. >> as long as i have my hands up they are not going to shoot me is what i was thinking. wow, was i wrong. >> reporter: kinsy said he heard two gunshots and he was hit once in his right leg. >> i stick out my hands. i said i just got shot. >> i really feels like he did everything that he could possibly do to cooperate. >> reporter: hilton napoleon is kinsy's attorney. >> no justification for shooting an unarmed person who is talking to you and telling you they don't have a gun and they are a mental health counselor. >> reporter: a second amateur video shows the aftermath as officers with long guns searched both men.
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>> they cuffed my hand and they flipped me over and i'm saying, sir, why did you shoot me? and his words to me, he said, "i don't know." >> reporter: the north miami police department told the "miami herald" they were attempting to negotiate with the two men when one of the responding officers discharged his weapon. he has been placed on administrative leave. the investigation has been turned over to the state attorney's office. >> vinita, thank you. a long time writer for the trump organization is taking responsibility for melania trump using words lift from michelle obama. meredith mciver said melania trump read out passages from the 2008 speech and said michelle obama is something she has always liked. nancy cordes has more. >> reporter: the trump campaign now says the case is closed after a speech writer has come forward and apologized for an
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unintentional mistake. even allies said the trump campaign fed this controversy by repeatedly changing its story about the speech and by refusing for two days to acknowledge the obvious. >> i thought it was terrific the way she came forward and just said, look, it was a mistake that i made. >> reporter: trump said he won't be firing meredith mciver who co-wrote about half as dozen books with him and who explained in a statement wednesday that melania, quote, read me some passages from mrs. obama's speech over the phone. i wrote them down and later included some of the phrasing in the draft. i did not check mrs. obama's speeches. i feel terrible. >> she made a mistake and, you know, people make mistakes. we all make mistakes. >> reporter: yet two two days his campaign chairman had insisted there was no mistake that melania's trumps. >> your word is your bond. >> reporter: couldn't have been lifted from the first lady. >> that your word is your bond. >> she never would copy from another speech. >> reporter: mciver's megakulpa
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came after the speech was credited to first melania herself. >> i wrote it and with a little bit of help. >> reporter: to a team of writers. >> i feel like this campaign has jumped the shark many times. >> reporter: alex was the communications director for the rubio campaign. a lot of republicans said that this confirmed their fears that this campaign, a, wasn't ready for prime time and, b, had a very cavalier attitude about the truth. >> this is a campaign that is on a trajectory to lose in november. they can't have missed opportunities. they need to figure out ways to unite the party and show confidence and, so far, that has been lacking here in cleveland. >> reporter: and this morning, more of melania's words are questioned. on her website and in the official convention program, she is listed as having a degree in
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design and act terchitecturarch slovenia. it was checked and no one with her name graduated with a degree and no one with her name completed a thesis to graduate. we asked the trump campaign and they had no comment. >> it suggests that republican officials who printed this announcement were given bad information by the trump campaign. >> and it's on the website? >> it is. >> melania trump is saying, leave me alone. thank you very much, nancy. carter evans is in las vegas with a gamble that is paying off for owner environment. >> a new study from consumer reports suggests that 40% of the food we produce in america simply et cetera thrown away. the vegas casino behind this all you can eat buffet has created a way to make sure none of the leftovers go to waste. that story is coming up on "cbs this morning." if you're heading out the
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♪ there is a new consumer report study this morning and a staggering amount of food wasted in america. 40% of the food produced in this country end up in the trash. carter evans is at a casino resort in las vegas. a land of all you can eat buffet and they have came up with a way to recycle the food. >> reporter: it's open for lunch, breakfast and dinner. a place you can get almost anything you want. as it turns out, the land of success may be the exception when it comes to wasting food. the buffet at this restaurant is an endless amount of mouth
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watering delicacies piled high. >> people come to las vegas thinking this is the land of waste and we are very conscious about our environment. >> reporter: last year alone, this hotel had some 7 million pound of leftover food! but they didn't throw it away. >> i look at this buffet here and i see crab legs. all of this wonderful food. where does it end up? >> it ends up at the hog farm. in your tummy or at the hog farm. >> reporter: that's right. pig slop made from sushi and roast beef. most importantly, none of it goes to a landfill where it decomposes into the greenhouse gas methane. according to consumer reports food waste is the biggest component of landfill and the biggest food wasters are families. >> for every four bags of groceries that the american household buys, one of them gets tossed in the trash. >> reporter: consumer reports senior editor dan said food
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expiration labels sell by and best by and use by are confusing and causing people to throw away food that is still edible. congress is looking on legislation to standardize the labels. >> there is a lot more wiggle room than people realize. the sell by date is often a best guess from the manufacturers. >> reporter: and that inspired food activist rob greenfield to prove a point. >> perfectly good bagel. >> reporter: he crisscrossed the country dumpster diving behind grocery stores to raise awareness what he calls a food fiasco. >> beans! the idea with the food waste fiasco is give people a visual of how much perfectly good food is going to waste. >> reporter: his displays both in form and inspire. >> i've been in about 2,000 dumpsters across the united states and still, to this day, i am blown away, time after time, when i open the lid and it's just full of perfectly good food. >> reporter: on the vegas strip,
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good morning. we have reports of a brand-new accident westbound 580 right at north flynn. looks like it is blocking at least the left lane. traffic is very slow-and-go as you approach the scene. you're busy anyway as you work your way out of tracy busy ride through the altamont pass. northbound 101 slow out of san jose. your delays as far as every back as hellyer at this point with a northbound slow-and-go conditions all the way into milpitas. sunnyvale area. 237 westbound pretty slow-and- go through silicon valley. taking a look at the drive times, we're seeing a lot of delays along 280 as well as guadalupe parkway. we have to take a look at the forecast. here's roberta. good morning, everybody. our live weather camera looking out towards this time around, blue skies over coit tower. you can see we have some lingering clouds, as well. some areas still socked in. delays at sfo. we have temperatures 50s, 60s at the beaches, 70s around the bay, high 70s low 80s
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♪ good morning to our viewers in the west. it is thursday, july 21st, 2016. welcome back to "cbs this morning." yes, from the republican national convention right here in cleveland. there is more real news ahead, including ted cruz booed for not endorsing donald trump. we'll ask newt gingrich about how he tried to explain what cruz said. but first, here's today's eye opener at 8:00. >> donald trump's biggest rival in the primaries stole the show here. delegates booed texas senator ted cruz. >> ted cruz took a chance last night and, well, it failed. by night's end, it was cruz who faltered, not donald trump. >> mike pence walked through his
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own rationalization of why donald trump is the man to bring the party together. >> remember, he signed a pledge at the beginning of this process. when he didn't do the right thing, people went crazy. this whole auditorium was literally shaking with boos. how do you get booed out of your own convention? >> ted cruz ended up being booed off the stage. what does this mean? >> it's an unusual thing. it's a huge political gamble by cruz. he thinks it went well. >> the trump campaign says the case is closed after a speech writer has come forward and apologized for an unintentional mistake. >> it's a place where you can get just about anything you want. as it turns out, the land of excess may be the exception when it comes to wasting food. >> let's check out this moment from former new york mayor rudy giuliani. >> this is a man with a big heart who loves people, all people, from the top to the bottom, from the middle to the side. >> he only got one out of four directions right. he might be great on security, but he is terrible at the
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macarena. i'm charlie rose with gayle king and norah o'donnell in cleveland. donald trump will give the biggest speech of his life tonight, accepting the republican presidential nomination. last night was supposed to show off his running mate, governor mike pence, but ted cruz stole the show when he did not endorse trump in his speech. the crowd erupted into boos. the new york delegation sitting in front of cruz chanted "endorse trump." >> trump tweeted his reaction, quote, wow, ted cruz got booed off the stage, didn't honor the pledge. i saw his speech two hours earlier but let him speak anyway, no dig deal. >> cruz was asked this morning about the pledge he took to support the republican nominee. >> that pledge was ab regaited. that's the day it became personal. as i said at the time d-- and im
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not going to get into criticizing or attacking donald trump. i'll just give you this response. i'm not in the habit of supporting people who attack my wife and attack my father. >> major garrett has covered the republican race from the beginning. major, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. when this campaign began oh, so long ago, ted cruz thought he would be the better organized, well-funded, anti-establishment darling. then donald trump came along and stole his thunder. cruz stayed close to trump, never criticizing him, even as other republicans did. that strategy kept cruz close but ultimately he fell victim to the trump phenomenon, complete with a stinging nickname. >> stand and speak and vote your conscience. >> reporter: the boos that carried texas senator ted cruz off the stage wednesday night echoed one of the most bruising primary fights in modern political history. ted cruz's relationship with donald trump started out cordially. >> i like donald trump. he's bold. he's brash.
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>> reporter: somewhere along the way, that tone changed. >> if i were in my car and getting ready to reverse and saw donald in the back-up camera, i'm not confident which pedal i'd push. >> reporter: trump hit the accelerator during the primary season, coining this infamous political catch phrase. >> l-y-i-n', lyin' ted, bible held high. he puts it down and then he lies. >> this man is a pathological liar. he lies practically every word that comes out of his mouth. >> reporter: the fight spilled into the debates. >> that's not what you said. >> donald, please, i know it's hard not to interrupt. breathe, breathe. >> lying ted. >> this guy will say anything. nasty guy. now i know why he doesn't have one endorsement from any of his colleagues. >> reporter: home turf wasn't off limits either. >> i think most people know exactly what new york values are. not a lot of conservatives come out of manhattan. i'm just saying. >> reporter: trump even raised
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questions about cruz's canadian birthplace. >> who the hell knows if you can even serve in office. >> reporter: and trump breathed life into a national enquirer report that suggested cruz's father was possibly linked to john f. kennedy's assassin. >> his father was with lee harvey oswald prior to oswald's being, you know, shot. >> reporter: even spouses were drawn into the mud slinging with trump retweeting an unflattering picture of heidi cruz side by side with melania trump. >> you mess with my wife, you mess with my kids, that'll do it every time. donald, you're a sniveling coward and leave heidi the hell alone. >> reporter: folks, that's why you call it memory lane. wasn't that great. the question being asked over and over again is why did trump let cruz go on stage when he knew there would be no endorsement? the better question might be, why did cruz think his thread-the-needle nonendorsement would work? >> when you go down memory lane, you think, now it's coming back to us why he didn't want to endorse. >> the argument they're making
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is it unifies the party. >> who's making that argument, cruz? >> republicans. no, trump people. >> well, it shows frosty -- ferocity of the delegates for trump. >> it sure was electric when donald trump walked in. you could feel the show -- him trying to steal the show. major, thank you so much. former house speaker newt gingrich trying to clarify cruz's comments in his own speech. >> i think you misunderstood one paragraph that ted cruz, who is a superb orator said, and i just want to point it out to you. ted cruz said you can vote your conscience for anyone who will uphold the constitution. in this election, there is only one candidate who will uphold the constitution. >> newt gingrich is with us now. mr. speaker, good morning. >> good morning. how are you doing? >> you had to do that on the fly, try and explain ted cruz's
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comments. >> well, a little bit on the fly, but i was pretty happy to do it. >> no, you had a cleanup on aisle three kind of moment. did you know that was going to be -- did you know you were going to have that job before the evening started? >> no, no. we spent as much time as i've ever spent on any speech, developing a whole section on national security, which i knew instantly would then be drowned because covering ted cruz would be more amusing. >> why did you feel the need to do that? why did you want to do that? >> if you watched the crowd out here, they were unhappy. unless you got closure, they were going to keep worrying about that for the rest of the evening. i thought, you know, what better way to explain to them what ted really meant to say if you read carefully what he said. >> do you think he was surprised by the reaction? ted cruz. >> i'm sure he was totally surprised. >> mr. speaker, we knew. we had the advanced text from ted cruz. even donald trump said he'd read the speech two hours before. why allow him to go on stage? is this one more sign of a mismanaged convention?
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>> i think having invited him -- and i think trump made the right decision. you either don't let him speak, which then becomes a huge story, all of you cover cruz, cruz is the innocent victim, or you let him speak and take his risk. he had a passionate group, including probably half the cruz people, who were here to elect the next president. and they were frankly very offended by the way -- you could tell on the floor. three of my folks were on the floor. they said it was unbelievably intense. >> turning to national security, you said you spent a lot of time on your speech on that part. >> yes. >> there's some controversy because of what donald trump told "the new york times" about nato and that he might not honor the nato agreement because they had not paid their fair share. that goes against the grain of everything that's been said and also raises the question, what is his judgment about treaties?
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is it about whether they bring us economic benefit or something else before they honor a treaty? and it also raises a question, will it cause other countries around the world to worry about america's commitment? >> well, look, the countries ought to worry about our commitment under any circumstances. every president has been saying that the nato countries do not pay their fair share, which is not just important as a financial thing. they can't do anything militarily. >> we're not doing this for the benefit of those countries. we're doing it for the benefit of america's interests in the world. >> so you have only two countries in the nato alliance other than the united states that pay 2% of the gross domestic product for defense. so you have all these people who are not doing their fair share. they can't militarily function. and they're saying -- which means they're a source of weakness, not a source of strength. >> that's fine. that's an argument to make. you know national security. >> right.
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>> but to my point, do we base our foreign policy interests on whether somebody pays their bills or do we base our foreign policy interests on what is best for america's national security? we're in korea, not because korea is paying some bills. we're in korea to contain north korea and kim jong-il. >> and if the south korean government was as shortsighted and as lacking in seriousness as about half the nato governments, we'd have to have a serious debate about whether or not we'd stay in korea. you had the right question, but you assumed the answer. the right question is, is it in america's interest to sustain a relationship where after several presidents now -- bush was doing this -- i was with rumsfeld when he was making the same case. hese guys have had 20 y fix this. they refuse to fix it. >> specifically, "the new york times" asked donald trump, if russia came over the border into estonia, latvia, lithuania, places americans may not know about, would we come to their immediate military aid? if you were president, would you come to their immediate military aid?
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>> i would think about it a great deal for this reason. >> before you would do it. >> estonia is in the suburbs of st. petersburg. the russians aren't going to necessarily come across the border militarily. the russians are going to do what they did in ukraine. 40% of estonia is russian. they're going to have a militia. i'm not sure i would risk nuclear war over some place which is the suburbs of st. petersburg. you have to think about, what does this stuff mean? >> our treaties don't matter. >> our treaties have to be thought about carefully. treaties which go all the way back to the 1940s. >> what kind of message -- >> it's a huge message if the united states is saying or you're saying that if there's a trump administration, you're not going to honor your obligation and that it's -- >> i think he would honor his obligation. he's also saying he might rethink the obligation. >> one of the arguments you have made is when assad crossed a red
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line, that it was a terrible thing for the united states. >> sure. >> because we did not do what we said we're going to do. that america's word is important. >> right. >> and there you're saying america's word is not important. that's what you just said. >> what i'm saying is if trump went into office and said we have one year to fix this, which you would have. you can't terminate nato overnight. but there are provision for terminating nato. he said, we have one year to fix this. unless you agree to do your fair share and you're responsible -- >> so you're saying trump thinks we should terminate the agreement with nato? >> i'm saying i think trump thinks we need a very serious conversation about us being the people who defend people who won't defend themselves. >> all right. thank you, speaker. we're going to have to leave it there. for sure to be continued. thank you very much. >> good to be with y'all. >> a college student is hoping thousands to avoid paying parking tickets. ahead, how his own parking fines inspired him to put his computer skills to use and save drivers millions of bucks.
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college student came up with a simple, but effective way to get parking tickets dismissed and already saved drivers an estimated $4 million to $5 million. the teenager josh browder has gained the interest of mark cuban. john blackstone talked to the student in palo alto, california. >> reporter: on crowded city streets, few things are more hated than parking tickets and that has made 19-year-old josh browder a bit after hero to thousands of drivers. >> almost overnight, it went from 40 people, which i was very proud of, to a few thousand and then it just built up from there. >> reporter: he is talking about his website do not pay, which uses artificial intelligence to beat parking tickets. in his case, necessity was the
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mother of invention. you got a driver's license. you also start to at any time parking tickets. >> after about the fourth ticket, my parents said you're on your own, we are not going to help you out any more. and i didn't have the money to pay for these tickets. >> reporter: what he did have was computer programming skills. he began learning when he was just a kid, skills he used to create a robot lawyer also known as abot. >> if you say hello to the abot, he says hello back. >> reporter: this is ar fistifi intelligence? >> the bot asks a few questions about your ticket. were the signs easy to understand and once it finds out the issues from those responses, it takes down a few details and places all of these details into a challenge letter which is tenth sent to the local authorities. >> reporter: josh who just finished his first year at stanford wanted do not pay last september in england. he says more than 60% of users
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there have gotten tickets disissed and now he has come to the aid of u.s. drivers starting with new york city where he says even a minor mistake on a ticket can get it tossed. >> for example, they say the car is red instead of green. that's very clear-cut and that will get the ticket dismissed. >> reporter: he sees it as a public service and says bots can do a lot of good, especially with people with limited resources. >> one of my project is syrian refuges in the uk and the way that produces it has to now english and answer the questions back in arabic. >> reporter: josh has no plans to sell any of his products and has no plans to do advertising. >> the thing i'm doing even if it's free and helps a lot of people is really gratifying for me. if there are paths to make other money then i'm not against that. >> reporter: he has already turned down some big money offers and instead focusing on
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expanding do not pay to other cities. >> i think if anyone puts their mind to it, they can do it. >> reporter: for "cbs this morning," john blackstone, palo alto, california. >> a lot of people will appreciate you, josh, for your public service. thank you very much, sir. >> can you work on speeding tickets too? >> mo rocca went to the outside of cleveland convention center. that is coming up on "cbs this morning." blue diamond almonds. proud sponsor of the us swim team the fastest food truck min brooklyn. meet mylanta® tonight. it's also fast, but unlike godawgs, it makes heartburn after dinner, history. new mylanta® tonight. faster than heartburn. (we got a new family member and she got a nutritious meal of purina cat chow complete with the four cornerstones of nutrition including
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decision to give ted cruz a prime time role. we are back to the downtown san francisco for the good morning, it's 8:25. i'm michelle griego. "pokemon go" users packed the streets of downtown san francisco for the "pokemon go" crawl last night. police had to issue a warning to players and residents to stay aware of their surroundings. comic-con kicked off last night. storm troopers, superheros and zombies marked the san diego convention center. last night was preview night. the convention runs through sunday. roberta? >> it's crazy, too! i have been in san diego when that has taken place. people go all out for that! if you are heading out the door this morning, this is what you can expect. we have thin overcast skies everywhere except concord and in livermore reporting clear skies. but visibility not an issue.
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we can see actually right now alcatraz and angel island. numbers are uniform in the 50s. it is a breezy start to your day. winds blowing out of the southwest 10 to 20 with our daytime high topping off in the 60s at the seashore, 70s, 80s peninsula, nearly 90 degrees in morgan hill and in gilroy. it will be 90 in brentwood, discovery bay. 70s 60s and 80s in the north bay up to 88 degrees in cloverdale, 86 in saint helena. the extended forecast, additional warming takes place on friday as low kicks out and high builds in. saturday additional warming, again, and then 100 degrees away from the bay on sunday. we are going to hang on to that summery weather pattern through wednesday. gianna franco in the house with traffic up next.
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good morning, from the traffic center, we have an accident southbound 101 at vermont a commute out of san francisco this morning. it's blocking lanes with injuries reported. busy both directions of 101 in and out of the city. you're going to need extra time there. use bart as an alternate. traffic is light for bart and all trains are on time systemwide. trouble spot westbound 24, caldecott tunnel blocking lanes as well as backups through there. slow out of walnut creek anyway connecting off 24. and heading toward the bay bridge, pretty sluggish, metering lights remain on with delays off the eastshore freeway. and westbound 580.
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♪ tonight, in his prime time speech, ted cruz did not endorse donald trump. i can't impress you how crazy this is. he was the prime time speaker and he did not endorse the candidate. that is like being the best man at a wedding and toasting the groom by saying, hey, buddy, you'll find a good one eventually. yeah, yeah. >> that is good! that is part of stooeveephen colbert's live recap of the convention last night. we have reliable sources that tonight's late show cannot be missed and it's must-see tv and see how a promise that colbert made promise earlier this week and it's all coming up tonight on cbs at 10:00 eastern.
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ed it's going to be big. i said how big is big? he goes, i can't tell you. and it won't disappoint. a big old tease. coming up, donald trump will formally accept his party's nomination tonight. bob schieffer is us is whether the lack of unity will affect the ticket in november. ivanka trump will introduce her father tonight and we will examine behind the scenes power of ivanka trump and her husband in this campaign. time to show you some of the morning's headlines from around the globe. the "new york post" reports on allegations the wolf of wall street movie about financial fraud was financed with stolen money. the justice department wants to seize future profits from the 2013 movie. officials say more than $100 million from a money launderi
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scandal in malaysia was used to produce the money. home sharing company yesterday air bnb announced it hired former u.s. attorney general eric holder. he will craft a policy. airbnb has remained numerous complaints. >> "wall street journal" reports on donald trump's plane upstaging a ted cruz rally. >> our party now has a nominee. and i don't know -- that was pretty well orchestrated! >> cruz made light of the timing as the crowd booed the plane bearing trump's name as it flew past. the moment foreshadowed the political fireworks later in the day. three of donald trump's children already addressed the convention. ivanka trump gets her turn tonight. she will introduce her father as he accepts the nomination.
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julianna goldman shows us the family's influence behind the scenes. >> reporter: good morning. donald trump's children sit alongside their father in the board room and help him negotiate deals and they decide on building projects and now they are bringing that team into the political arena with ivanka and her husband jared kushner playing the most prominent role. in donald trump's inner circle, it's his children who are the brain trust. >> i love my family. >> reporter: they wield influence rarely seen in a sp s presidential campaign and urged trump to fire corey lewandowski in june and gave him the praise of choosing mike pence as his running mate. >> they have been a major factor in creating stability around a candidate that didn't really have much of a campaign staff. >> reporter: but it's 34-year-old ivanka who has stepped forward as chief surrogate for her father. >> she's got the toughest job
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potentially at this convention. her job is to bridge the gap with women. >> jared is a very successful developer and he just loves politics now. >> reporter: ivanka's husband jared kushner is also a major player. like his father-in-law, he is a wealthy real estate developer. he also owns the new york observer. >> the first thing he did he helped set up the digital operation for the campaign. then he started setting up the policy shop. before you knew it, jared kushner became a senior adviser to donald trump. >> reporter: recently, kushner, who is an other drthodoxed jew a fire storm of criticism for retweeting anti-semitic photography. he helped in the apac conference in march. he has tried to smooth the jagged edges but it hasn't always worked. he hired the speech writers for
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melania trump's speech this week which she rejected. >> you want hard fpolitical new making their mark on the presidential race. >> ivanka has a sizeable role. even perhaps more than jared, even though jared has become very hands-on as one campaign adviser told me when ivanka speaks, everyone listens. >> reporter: ivanka trump is playing a role we normally see from a candidate's spouse and, charlie, remember, she was also a registered independent so in addition to helping with women, she could help her father reach out to independent voters in building next phase of the campaign. >> nice to see you up there in the rafters! >> we see you way up there! >> really interesting. >> cbs news contributor bob schieffer is with us and our
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former washington correspondent and "face the nation" moderator. >> people say why didn't you stay retire and why did you decide to come back? you can't stay away from this. >> you think maybe a junkie? what about ted cruz and what about the party? what does it do to party unity or not? >> did he step in it or on it? what happened? what happened? a big miscalculation? >> you may have summed it up in a way i could never do. >> i'm just asking. >> a private joke. >> think about what happened here last night. the trump people knew what ted cruz was going to say. they knew he was not going to endorse. they made a calculated decision to let it happen. you might say -- i'm not saying it -- but when a conspiratorial mind could say they let him walk into an ambush and this was the
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final getting even for what happened during the primary -- >> they knew the booing would come and believe it would bring enthusiasm or unity? >> or they figured it would finish him off forever and if he was setting himself up to run next time that this would be a very serious blow. >> some notion they expected he might have an endorsement. >> i'm not sure i believe that. i don't know what happened. but we saw what happened. and let's think about it here for a minute what we now have. the old order is what newt gingrich would call him. i call him the moderate wing in the republican party. they are not here. john kasich is not here. the bush's are not here. >> romney not here. >> none of them are here so that is the moderate ring of the party. now we have ted cruz who was a favorite of the right wing of the party. we see what happened there last night. so, basically, what has happened, we now have kind of three republican parties.
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the old order, you know, the moderates, the right wing and now right in the middle is the trump wing. can the trump wing do it alone? because, obviously, it looks like they are not going to get much help from either of the other wings. >> answer your own question. >> well, they believe that all this convention is about is building up hillary clinton's negatives. they think that is all that matters. they want to make the election about her and they say if it's about her, then she loses. it kinds up being about him, they think they lose. >> there is hardly any mention of president obama. it's all about hillary. >> yes. basically, we have two clinton conventions this year, this one and the one you're going to have next week. >> we were all here together last night, bob. this convention hall, probably the people at home have been waiting for the speech that mike pence, the governor of indiana delivered last night.
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it was a stem winder. he hit all of the right notes. the crowd was on their feet and nobody is talking about it. this is a future star of the party, someone that donald trump says would be the coo of a trump presidency. >> and once again, have you a different headline than what was expected to come out. we had the melania headlines for two days. i guess someone would say, well, at least they got melania out of the headlines and we got on to another story. but, again, this is not the story line i think in the beginning. >> how well are they manage to get this to come out? >> i don't think is there any management. it's my understanding they are not vetting these speeches. now we did see, norah, i got a copy of the speech before he went on. i knew that was in there. they knew this was in there. you could make the argument that -- although you're getting even with a guy that nobody likes very much and that goes not just beyond the trump folks.
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i mean, he has had one of the most unpopular members of the senate. he always used that as a badge of pride. he said i didn't come to washington just to make friends. i came here to try to change things. >> they have been calling it an unconventional convention. do you think it's been a success? since nothing has seemed to have gone according to plan. >> by their measurement, it is a success, but they think all that matters is driving up hillary clinton's negatives. others might argue, look, you're going to need more than just the people that were before you in the primaries and not broadening the appeal of the party. >> bob schieffer, always good to see you. >> mo rocca cannot be contained within these convention walls. >> i don't want to embarrass you but i think there is a typo in there. >> you i think it's worth even
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long showing you what is happening inside the republic national convention in convention but we want to give you a look outside of the quicken loans arena and on the street. mo rocca is beyond the security zone and on the street outside. >> reporter: good morning, gayle. not even the most dedicated delegates can spend all day in the arena listening to speeches and out here visitors come to spend time and hopefully money. >> all sizes, guys! >> reporter: this is the party outside the convention. euclid avenue runs right through the heart of it and you can feel the energy. sorry. this is our big opening. could you play something with a little bit more energy? >> sure. you got it, mo. ♪ >> reporter: as i said, you could feel the energy. this part of town is positively percolating with capitalism. but bumper stickers, bobble
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heads and t-shirt we can show you and t-shirts we can't show you! honduras. printed in america. you know what i think you should make? a pence dispenser with little candies, with his head on the top of it. >> i'm sure someone will come up with. >> now they will. >> reporter: the first republic national convention in cleveland was in 1924 and here is leftover maryland. how are you going to keep them down on the farm after they have been to cleveland? this is a real show of pizzazz. >> yes. well, it's a new one. >> reporter: impro don't want t embarrass you but i think a typo is there. christie is misspelled. >> you're right. >> i think it's worth a little bit more? >> i have the worst keyboard on the planet. >> trump 2016 will make us rich and fat as pigs.
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who knew? >> reporter: i love more. this one is go trump, beat crooked hillary. is this for kids? >> no, it's for adults. >> reporter: but kid could probably enjoy it. it has a lot of color. >> trump is honest, successful, and strong but crooked hillary leaves a trail of scandals miles long. >> reporter: thanks, ed. >> you're welcome. >> reporter: what is happening is in the elephant is doing what? >> tell me what you see. >> reporter: the elephant is beating up the donkey. that is very aggressive? >> i think you're aggressive for asking me questions but i'm not offended by it. >> that is a big seller down here. >> reporter: really? why? >> we have a little bit on everything. i don't know why. we just do it! ♪ >> reporter: but just steps away from euclid, it's pretty quiet with so many areas fenced off for security, a lot of businesses shut down for the week and the businesses that are open? >> manicure, pedicure.
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massage. >> i'd like that. >> i bet! take it easy. >> reporter: if donald were to come in here, what would you do? >> oh, my god. what wouldn't i do? i have so many ideas for that combover, first of all. i want to get rid of that combover and cut it off. >> reporter: you're going to lob that thing off? >> i am. >> reporter: you'll have to wrestle it. >> it's going to take me a while but i would do it. i would give him the greatest haircut ever. >> reporter: when you heard that the republic national convention was coming to cleveland, did you think this is going to be big business? >> i absolutely did. >> reporter: and? >> i'm absolutely waiting. >> reporter: who knows. things could look up soon. >> i think so. i'm hoping so. ♪ >> reporter: sometimes, harry, you just need a break, right? >> yeah. being on your feet all day. >> reporter: i know. listen. i know how you feel. those dogs must be tired. >> thanks for the treatment, mo. >> reporter: any time. >> welcome to cleveland. all right.
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>> reporter: the vendor are here all weekend. there are a lot of these caps left over. not a big seller. everyone should come to cleveland. the art museum is great and the symphony orchestra is one of the best in the country. oh, you live here. all right. >> mo, thank you so much. great, great piece. >> a lot of bargains out there. >> probably the cruz buttons going 10 for a dollar. >> if you're wondering why my colleagues are wearing blankets here it is very cold in this arena as they get ready for the hot things coming. >> we are freezing our butts off all week. thanks, ryan! >> back! >> back! >> thanks for the blanke,,,,,,
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millbrae. it's on lincoln circle, at a city communit good morning. it's 8:55. crews are on the scene of a four-alarm fire in millbrae at a city community center and park and rec building. the san mateo county fire department said it got word of the blaze around 4 a.m. as of now no word of injuries or potential cause. russia lost its appeal today of a ban on 68 of its athletes from competing the in olympics after allegations of state sponsored doping and coverups. bay area travelers expect delays and long lines today if they are flying southwest. the airline has been racing to fix a technical glitch that forced it to cancel nearly 700 flights yesterday. here's roberta. okay. good morning, everybody.
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we have delays at sfo on some arriving flights up to one hour. not because of a computer glitch but because of low clouds and fog. temperatures in the 50s from the seashore to our inland areas. numbers today from the 60s at the beaches with some clearing. 70s, 80s around the peninsula. 88 degrees morgan hill and gilroy. good morning san jose at 80. east of the bay the numbers all mid- to high 80s topping off at 90 in brentwood and in byron. 67 degrees stinson beach and breezy southwest winds to 20. 70s around san rafael to 80 degrees in sonoma. mid-80s in cloverdale. the extended forecast triple digits by sunday. gianna with traffic next.
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southbound 101 an accident cleared to the shoulder some activity there busy as you work your way south 101 out of marin county. lots of stop-and-go conditions through san rafael. 37 to 580, 13 minutes to make that trek there. golden gate bridge no delays traffic quiet at least onto the span as you head into san francisco right now. we have an accident westbound 92 at clawiter approaching the san mateo bridge. it is over to the shoulder. busy anyway through there. once you get across the span a wreck on 101 southbound at 92. looks like northbound busy, as well. 92 to the 80 split is 33 minutes. slow across the san mateo bridge. for more news and information, be sure to tune in right now to "good day" on our sister station, kbcw 44/cable 12.
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