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began both political and personal. >> i know you live in your own reality. >> you're telling the enemy everything you're going to do. no wonder you've been fighting isis your entire adult life. >> i feel by the end of this evening i'm going to be black lives mattered for everything that's ever -- to be blamed for everything that's ever happened. >> why mails that have been deleted, as soon as she releases them, i will release my tax return. >> this is a man who has called women pigs, slobs and dogs. >> on job creation much of the debate focused on trade deals. both went after the other's tax policies which led clinton to coin a new term about trump's plan to cut taxes on the
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since ronald reagan. it will create tremendous numbers of new jobs, but you are going to regulate these businesses out of existence. >> as i said trumped up trickle down. trickle down did not work. it got us into the mess we were in in 2008 and '09, slashing taxes on the wealthy hasn't worked and a lot of really smart wealthy people know that. >> lester holt asked trump why he refused to returns while being audited since the irs says he can legally do so. he also brought up what he said clinton is hiding. >> i will release my tax returns against my lawyer's wishes when she releases her 33,000 e-mails that have been deleted. >> i made a mistake using a private e-mail. >> that's for sure. >> and if i had to do it over again, i would obviously do it listen by. >> that was more than a mistake. that was done purposely.
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yourself why won't he release his tax returns and i think there may be a couple of reasons. first maybe he's not as rich as he says he is. second, maybe he's not as charitable as he claims to be. >> i have a great company. i have a tremendous income and the reason i say that is not in a bragadocious way. it's about time that this country had somebody running it that has an idea about money. >> when clinton suggested said that makes him smart. during the debate trump called for widening the use for the controversial police tactic stop and frisk where officers stop and question a pedestrian and pat them down for weapons. a judge declared it unconstitutional in new york. trump defended his stance on the issue tonight. >> the argument is it's a form of racial profiling. >> the argument is that we have to take these guns away from people that shouldn't have them. when you have 4,000 people
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the beginning of the presidency of barack obama, his hometown, you have to have stop and frisk. >> fact checking is a major component of this debate. 9news political reporter brandon rittiman has been working with a team of researchers tonight. there was more than a little back and forth over whether trump supported the invasion of iraq in the george w. bush administration. >> it came up on the campaign trail, but it really got ripped open tonight. trump tried to revise his own history trump did express support for the invasion in an interview with howard stern months before the war. trump downplayed and modified what he said then. >> i did an interview with howard stern very likely first time anyone asked me that. i said very lightly i, maybe, who knows. >> that is false. trump is each racing the part of his answer -- is erasing the part of his answer where he expressed affirmative support.
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of yes. trump is right it was a soft way of answering, but he's trying to gloss over he answered firm actively. trump also said in this debate -- answered affirmatively. trump also inside this debate he argued this debate with sean hannity. it appears trump was conflicted about the invasion before it happened. another point hillary clinton tr story to paint trump as having a history of hostility toward black people. >> donald started his career back in 1973 being sued by the justice department for racial discrimination because he would not rent apartments in one of his developments to african americans. >> this charge needs context which trump provided.
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brought. what trump said is also true and important context that this lawsuit was brought against a bunch of companies. it was a nationwide suit and the trump company settled its part with no admission of wrongdoing. trump was pressed about his history with the birther movement and again tried to bolster his debunked argument that he successfully finished what hillary clinton started. he pointed to a recent interview with clinton's 2008 campaign manager patti doyle. >> you can check it out and if you look at cnn this past week, patti doyle was on wolf blitzer saying that this happened. >> not exactly. this is misleading. what patti doyle said on cnn was neither the campaign nor hillary clinton herself started the birther movement, but she did confirm that a volunteer coordinator did forward in the e-mail that promoted the
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hillary made the decision to let that person go immediately. the pivotal word here is forward. if the person forwarded this early birther conspiracy e- mail, they inherently are not the original author which does not support the case donald trump is trying to make on the stage which he doubled down on saying clinton started this and he finished it by pressuring president obama to put out his long form birth certificate. he didn't put out any explanation as to why he continued the birther theory this year you can find a lot more right now on >> thank you, brandon. our political experiments kelly mayer and ian selvari join us at 9:00 and now this debate will influence the next one and how lester holt did as tonight's moderator.
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the undecided voter? >> hillary clinton had a very strong night. i think that is the thing that we've got from really both sides on this, put if winning the first debate made you a president, then mitt romney would be our president now because he clearly won the first debate against obama and the polls are tightening in colorado and we have two more debates to go. >> i think the polls were tightening in colora evening. as she said, she's prepared for the debate and prepared to be president. it was clear donald trump didn't do his homework. he has no specifics. he has no plan. secretary clinton laid out her plans very specifically. she has the experience and know- how. i think she'll make a terrific commander in chief and i think donald trump showed how
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>> what should he do for debates two and three? >> i felt he rose to the bait a little too much with hillary clinton, but i do think he played out some important differences between the two of them, particularly when we're talking about economics and tax policy. i think that he really needs to articulate why tax cuts and why wealth creation is better for the people of the entire country. >> i agree with my friend kelly but for very different reasons. i think america exactly who he was tonight. >> a lot of the analysis will be regarding lester holt. >> we need to make moderating great again. it's an ultimate failure twice in a row. i saw a #todaylauerthebar because it was not a great performance by matt. candidates and the audience are running over him.
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this wasn't the republican primary deal bates with a stage of tiff -- debates with a stage of 15 people. allowing them to have a dialogue i think is important and something the american people deserve. on the converse i do wish that holt had had a stronger hand but not so much as we've seen in previous years. one of the election 2016 collectibles decades from now could be the ticket handed to students who wona attend the debate. hillary clinton's name is misspelled with one l. a hofstra university spokesman said the tickets were printed last minute as tickets for the actual tickets to the event. the police department in lawrence, kansas, had a message for its community before the debate tweeting we realize politics can make emotions run high, but being mad at a presidential candidate in a debate is no reason to call
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that message but wonder if it will show up later in a story about 1 believable reasons people call 911. the vice presidential candidates meet next at long would university in farmville, virginia, and the second debate is october 90 90 -- ocbe injured in a misshooting in texas have gone home from the hospital. the man in a black porsche began shooting at people during the morning rush near a shopping center. one person was critically hurt. doctors say they will survive. nine people were wounded. police were fired upon and they fired back killing the gunman. investigators say he was an attorney living in the neighborhood who had issues
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semiautomatic handgun. the other is a 45 >> i automatic tommy -- semiautomatic tommy gun and also at the scene was 2,600 rounds of live ammunition. >> some outlets are giving a name. the atf and fbi have taken over the case. a grassfire shut down the southbound lanes of u.s. brighton this afternoon a while. sky 9 flew over the wildfire and saw firefighters using a bit of ingenuity and resources at their disposal. they turned on the sprinklers at a nearby cemetery and pointed them at the fire. after a few hours police were able to reopen all the lanes of the highway. a moon in our solar system
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overdue and a surprise for a local veteran. >> the calendar says fall and so do the leaves. however, you may want those coffee drinks iced when you see forecast. >> and the home run that made him cry night just have the
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9news will host a debate between democratic incumbent michael bennet and his republican challenger and
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it starts at 7:00 on channel 20 in the evening and also be seen on four years ago the first presidential debate between barack obama and mitt romney took place on the campus of du. in addition to what happened inside the arena, reporters outside remember very well what happened that evening. it was a welcome to our state only colorado could provide, bright sunshine and near 80 degrees as everyone converged on campus. when front started moving in. temperatures dropped to the 50s. the wind started to howl, enough win to tear down the signs hung on the arena. when the debate ended, temperatures were in the upper 40s and by midnight it was nearly freezing, a 45-degree drop in temperatures. it's what we call forecasting fun. i'm chief meteorologist kathy sabine outside in the 9news backyard. it is lovely out here tonight,
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sometimes is it makes it easier to roll out of bed monday morning. if this isn't out your window, you don't have too far to go to see the beautiful red, orange and yellow in the trees. we were about 10 degrees warmer today, denver's high 76, 80 in southeastern colorado. we'll see that number tomorrow in denver. the average is 74. i think we're done with 90ss the winter outlook is now out and into the december and february time period it appears as though el nino won't set up. many states could experience a milder winter with above average temperatures, colorado included. stay tuned. looks like a chilly one in the northeast, 50 five degrees at
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five 55 degrees at the airplane, weekend south. we're running -- wind south. we're running about a 1/2 inch below average in precip. we're tracking a low in the midwest and a few little thundershowers popping along a frontal boundary that extends into texas. the heavy rain shield is starting to drop south. we'll see some of that moisture move into southern colorado but really in the form of cloud cover, not showers. stop welcome rain in southern california, the big weather story in the midwest with this upper level low sitting and spinning. with high pressure anchored over the great basin and storm track to the north, we have high pressure shaping up. tomorrow 82 in the city, cool air following the trough through minneapolis and chicago and the heat is starting to build to the west and south.
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lows in the 30s. tonight we've got 40s on the plains. we have some warm readings in southeastern colorado, above average for the front range and eastern plains, comfortable in the high country with almost 80 for grand junction. good travel weather across the city and i-70 into the high country if that's where you're headed tomorrow. we'll look for foothill temperatures between 65 and and70 degrees. to someone. kids may need a light jacket -- 6:51. kids may need a light jacket. temperatures marginally cooler wednesday. a stronger front comes through friday with a bigger chance for showers and 70s into the weekendful cooler and unsettled with 60s in the extended period
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little interesting, but no snow in the forecast for denver yet. that could happen any time. now is the time to plan your fall foliage outing. how about a picture like this to get you inspired to go? a little orange and red and if you like to ski or snowboard, it won't be long before we are up there enjoying that wonderful high country snow. one of the most remarkable recent discoveries in our solar system is not on june itself but on one of its moons. the hubble space telescope has found mysterious mysterious fountains of water. the ocean is believed to be one of the most promising spots where life beyond earth might be found.
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the fountains because spacecraft from earth might be able to search them for life without drilling to reach uropa's surface. tonight there was recognition received long overdue. 9news reporter victoria sanchez was there. >> reporter: it was supposed to be a casual family dinner. w on? >> reporter: or at least that's what his daughter told him. family from all over the country made the trim to colorado for his special ceremony who is already getting a much deserved recognition. >> very surprised, yeah. i can't tell you how weak i am in the knees. >> reporter: he was just 17
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>> oh, my god! >> reporter: these photos are proof and a little embarrassing for the 83-year-old. >> i'm going to give you a spanking when you get home. yeah, that's me in my glory when i was wild and wicked. >> reporter: he spent his 18th birthday not celebrating but fighting in the war. >> init miles from the 38 parallel. >> reporter: something his daughter wants people to remember. >> i felt he should be known for what he did. he's always said he'd do it again. >> reporter: decades in the air force and said he's no hero, just humbled by the recognition. >> that daughter of mine is something else. i don't know if i can eat now. yeah, i'll probably sleep with that. take a look at that. i never had such a beautiful thing in my life. >> more than 100 ambassador for
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from colorado's sports leader here's drew soicher. >> hi, everybody. the peak of mount mutombo will be up in the rafters. nuggets will retire the no. 55 jersey of hall of famer
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the broncos accomplished something totally amazing without having any intention to do so. 9news broncos insider mike klis counts to three on the pages of his notebook. >> reporter: gary kubiak has pulled off a feat that hasn't been done since ditka's bears 30 years ago. kubiak's broncos have had three quarterbacks put together winning streaks of at least three games in the last two years. try a lot, you know. >> reporter: first peyton manning won seven straight to start last season. manning was 39 then and playing on his last legs. then brock osweiler comes off the bench where he had sat for 3 1/2 years and he wins his first three games and now comes trevor siemian, a seventh round draft pick who won his first three games for the broncos this year. does that say maybe we've
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>> it says we've played a lot of quarterbacks in the last year and a half is what that says. that's a credit to the team, mike. i think you have a philosophy and obviously the system you teach, but you'll do what each guy does best. you're trying to build around them and put them in the best position you possibly can. >> reporter: football fans have been gushing about bill belichick's coaching job for winning regardless of his quarterback. kubiak has done even better. he's now up there with the coaching job of ditka. how was my chicago accent, good? no? i'll work on it. mike klis, 9news. >> very natural actually. rockies had the evening off. extremely emotional night in miami where the marlins held a touching pregame ceremony in honor of all-star pitcher jose fernandez who was killed in a
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[ trumpet playing take me out to the ballgame ] >> all the marlins wore jerseys with fernandez's name and number for their game with the new york mets. goosebump moment, leadoff hitter dee gordon stood to the right side of the batter's box and impersonated jose's batting stance for one pitch before scooting over to his regular spot on the left and despite the fact gordon hadn't hit a single home run all season honor of his friend, got to be the saddest homer in baseball history. gordon cried his way around the bases and all through the dugout as teammates consoled him. marlins win 7-3 while feeling the deepest sense of loss. >> man, i told him boy, if you all don't believe in god, you might as well start. i ain't never hit a ball that far and for that to happen
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i don't have kids. so that's the best moment of my life to hit a home run for him. still of the night unfortunately comes from miami where the marlins surrounded the pitchers mound to say a prayer for their late teammate jose fernandez in the still of
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summer-like temperatures for the first full week of fall, not too shabby, heading into tuesday with above average highs in the low average, chance for showers the end of the week, kind of a small chance, but it's there. don't freak out about the showers and say oh, it's going to be rain. >> i won't be freaking out at all. >> you're calm about everything. you're mr. calm. nothing fazes you.
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freak-out, though. >> don't look too far into the future. enjoy the moment. jimmy's guests tonight samuel l. jackson and jimmy rodriguez. we'll update on 9news tomorrow
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