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here is additional forecast information from the kwwl very november-like. this afternoon we will have plenty of sunshine with temperatures reaching the middle 60s across possibility, especially in the river valleys. lows will be in lows in the 40s. a few showers chance would be by late afternoon and overnight. election day looks dry and mild. forecast, including the election day forecast, coming up in just river valleys. lows will be in lows in the 40s. a few showers chance would be by late afternoon and overnight. election day looks dry and mild. including the election day forecast, comin today we're learning more about
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sergeant tony beminio had been with the des moines police department since 2005. officer justin martin just joined the urbandale department last year. scott greene is accused of killing both officers. the shootings happened within 20 minutes of each other early yesterday morning. police said the officers had no chance to defend themselves... "from what i've been told so far there was absolutely nothing "we had high expectations of his future and it's tragically been cut very short here." police in the des moines area are familiar with greene. he's been arrested multiple times on various charges. most recently, he was removed from a high school football game in urbandale after - apparently - showing a confederate flag during the national anthem. greene posting this video online --
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also - he was charged with resisting arrest 2 years ago. two days later, he was accused of threatening to kill another man after a fight in a parking lot. the tragedy in des moines has impacted people all over eastern iowa.. cedar fall's third grade teacher kelly sullivan says when she woke up and heard the news... friend... an officer who usually works the night shift in des moines.... "and i heard back from him almost right away. i was just so sad. i was devastated." students made posters with blue lines on them to show thier support for the officers in des moines. sullivan talked to her students "they just got shot for no reason, and i don't know why he shot the police officers but it made me mad." " because it's still good to respect the policemen even if they aren't even in our city."
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the third grade teacher snapped a photo of her students standing together with their posters/ she sent it to her friend in des moines. he responded by saying he loved it and it really touched him. if you would like to support the families of the officers -- you can do that. authorities -- however -- are warning the public to watch out for fake go-fund-me pages for the two officers. police say you can police officers credit union. a kwwl follow-up. police in cedar rapids say there is dashcam video showing the traffic stop which led to an officer-involved shooting early tuesday morning. the linn county attorney's office and d-c-i will review it as part of the investigation. an officer fired his gun at jerime mitchell and he's in critical condition in the hospital. police say after the shooting -- mitchell drove off -- and
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decision 2016: both presidential campaigns reacting to the tragedy -- donald trump and hillary clinton both discussing it on the campaign trail. republican v-p nominee mike pence stopped by the des moines police department last night to drop off flowers and talk to officers. the hearts of the nation are enforcement family and for the community of des moines. pence is in centrl democratic v-p nominee tim kaine making several stops in eastern iowa yesterday. he spoke about the attacks during his rally in dubuque... all over our country people are maybe doing a little paperwork would be ambushed and it speaks to challenges we have, it speaks to violence in our communities
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people lessons and reduce violence. former president bill clinton making his second waterloo to try and push for last minute votes. president clinton's speech was similar to the one he gave in october at the cattle congress. focusing on creating jobs through infastructure including the supply of alternative energy sources. environmentally responsible transmission lines from where the energy can best be produced to the people that need it that is infastructure. all jobs made in america." higher education and supporting small business dozens of supporters say they're confident the recent announcement by the f-b-i to reopen the investigation into clinton's private emails will not hurt her campaign. republicans in iowa also getting some heavy-hitters on the trail. house speaker paul ryan joining congressman rod blum. while ryan did tweet about the tragedy in des moines yesterday -- and so did blum -- they did not mention the shootings while
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- they focused on blum's main campaign messages, like fighting poverty. chaos at a debate between candidates for u-s senate. protesters were pepper sprayed after former k-k-k leader david duke debated in louisiana. after hours of protesting, many were confronted by police after the school allowed duke on a historically black campus... "they started releasing pepper spray. they sprayed this girl spraying. they are body slamming people." no serious injures reported. today -- texas senator ted cruz will make his first official stops on behalf of the donald appear with governor mike pence in warren county today. presidential pop poll. a company is rhode island made presidential candidate bottled soda this past august... hillary's liberal limeade and donald's populist punch. so far -- trump is outselling clinton -- it's unclear whether people prefer the candidate -- or the
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the curse is broken! the chicago cubs are crowned the world series champions. it's a beautiful afternoon across eastern iowa, but how long will that last? i'll have "you're watching kwwl. we've got you covered, with ally crutcher and meteorologist kyle kiel. this is the kwwl news at noon" "now your storm track 7
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putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. when i come home and dinner's not ready i go through the roof. grab 'em by the p****". when you're a star, they let you do it. you can do anything. more accusers coming forward to say they were sexually assaulted by donald trump. i'll go backstage before a show... and everyone's getting dressed. donald trump walked into the dressing room while contestants, some as young as 15 were changing. standing there with no clothes. you see these incredible looking women. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she ate like a pig. a person who's flat-chested is very hard to be a 10. do you treat women with respect? uh... i can't say that either.
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from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen for your complete weather information. here is additional forecast information from the kwwl sa our weather pattern over the next several days will not be very november-like. this eastern iowa. tonight the sky possibility, especially in the river valleys. lows will be in the lower 40s. highs will be mainly in the mid this point it looks like the best chance would be by late afternoon and overnight. election day looks dry and mild. our weather pattern over the sunshine with temperatures reaching the middle 60s across eastern iowa. tonight the sky will be mostly clear, and with river valleys. lows will be in the lower 40s.
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election day looks dry and mild. our weather pattern over the afternoon we will have plenty of sunshine with temperatures reaching the middle 60s across eastern iowa. tonight the sky possibility, especially in the river valleys. lows will be in the lower 40s. highs will be mainly in the mid chance would be by late afternoon and overnight. election day looks dry and mild. our weather pattern over the next several days will not be sunshine with temperatures reaching the middle 60s across light winds patchy fog is a possibility, especially in the river valleys. lows will be in 60s today through sunday with best chance would be by late election day looks dry and mild. our weather pattern over the afternoon we will have plenty of sunshine with temperatures reaching the middle 60s across eastern iowa. tonight the sky river valleys. lows will be in the lower 40s. highs will be mainly in the mid may track in on monday, and at this point it looks like the election day looks dry and mild. here's the storm track 7 day forecast. it will be mild over the next several days with high temperatures in the 60s and low slight chance for rain on monday, especially by monday
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reaching the middle 60s across eastern iowa. tonight the sky will be mostly clear, and with the lower 40s. highs will be may track in on monday, and at afternoon and overnight. election day looks dry and mild. our weather pattern over the next several days will not be sunshine with temperatures reaching the middle 60s across eastern iowa. tonight the sky river valleys. lows will be in the lower 40s. highs will be mainly in the mid this point it looks like the best chance would be by late afternoon and overnight. election day looks dry and mild. very november-like. this afternoon we will have plenty of sunshine with temperatures reaching thedd will be mostly clear, and with 60s today through sunday with lows in the 40s. a few showers chance would be by late afternoon and overnight. election day looks dry and mild. our weather pattern over the afternoon we will have plenty of sunshine with temperatures reaching the middle 60s across light winds patchy fog is a possibility, especially in the river valleys. lows will be in 60s today through sunday with best chance would be by late afternoon and overnight. election day looks dry and mild. our weather pattern over the afternoon we will have plenty of sunshine with temperatures reaching the middle 60s across
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river valleys. lows will be in the lower 40s. highs will be mainly in the mid chance would be by late afternoon and overnight. day forecast. it will be mild lots of sunshine is expected with a slight chance for rain on monday, especially by monday night. election day looks nice.
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celebrating their big and historic win over the cleveland
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we know what chuck grassley has done for ethanol and what ethanol has done for iowa. american cars now burn more fuel made from corn than they do from saudi arabian oil. but, that's just the start. grassley's legislation has encouraged a new fuel made from cobs, not kernels. yep, corncobs made into fuel. right here in iowa. i'm chuck grassley, and i approve this message. finally broken! the cubs take home the title of (nats final out) sound to come sound to come sound to come sound to come. a finish not even sound to come sound to come. the cubs storming to a four-run lead .. a thrilling home run tying it for the indians in the ages. then the clincher -- ben zobrist in the 10th.
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world series champions again for the first time since 1908. (nats pregame ?) i've been ac ubs fan as long as if i wasn't here for at least a outside wrigley field overnight .. just as sweet as the bubbly bath players soaked in after beating the indians in a dramatic game 7. (mos fan) sound to come sound to come sound to come sound to come sound to come sound to come sound to come. anchored by pitcher (nats dexter fowler leadoff homer) sound to come sound to come sound to come. leadoff hitter dexter sound to come. leadoff t fowler opening the game with a home run .. the cubs adding a pair of dingers in the fourth and sixth innings to hang on for the victory .. despite the spirited charge by the indians. (nats) sound to come sound to come sound to come. bye-bye to the billy goat .. and his curse .. so long steve bartman .. no harm .. no foul .. all is forgiven .. now that history's been re- written.
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sound to come sound to come sound to come sound to come sound to come. the late legendary cubs broadcaster harry caray ... once famously said .. someday the cubs are going to be now .. the clock resets .... right side of it..." celebration nats.... a party indeed -- players and fans party. (nats wrigleyville) .... right side of it..." celebration nats.... a party indeed -- players and fans were seen celebrating after the big win. players spraying champagne all over the locker room in celebration. fans celebrating as well -- and into
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we haven't heard of any major problems in chicago, but in iowa city a man enjoying the cubs win early this morning -- climbed a hospital -- we don't know how he's doing. and we are taking a live look right now at wrigley field in chicago. many people are still celebrating after the cubs' historic win. we've just learned that the parade will be tomorrow in chicago -- the exact route is stin
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vernon: they're like a lot of iowans -- they get up early, get the kids to school, and get to work. but too often, washington stacks the deck against us. we need to build an economy that works for the middle class. instead of giving breaks to big business, we need to cut taxes for the middle class
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talk back and answers futuristic. the future -- however -- is (nats) "alexa, turn on couch lights." "turn on breeze." "turn off kitchen" "set the nest to 76. okay." it's a smart home controller in a black tube. amazon echo, and its baby brother, the "dot" are becoming mainstream. i use mine to turn lights on and off, adjust my nest thermostat, get news headlines, play music, answer trivia and much more. (nats) "alexa, turn kitchen lights off" i thought i had a cool
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smart home. and all started as something to do for fun. (sot: can actually save money on energy" he's got 4-thousand dollars invested. (sot: sami terho, smart (sot: sami terho, smart home owner) "i started to realize that you dollars invested. nats "alexa, movie night on" but you can start for less. (sot: sami terho, smart home owner :46-49) "you spend, say you spend 5- hundred dollars, you're up and running." connected gadgets, called "internet of things" or "i-o-t" is exploding, with 4 million electronic gizmos out there now, that's p tech data is "all in." (sot: michelle curtis, tech data iot strategy 1:05-1:15) "now, you don't need to be an aficionado of iot and connected things. you can go to best buy or home depot and aficionado of iot and connected things. you can go to best buy or home depot and you'll find a plethora of things." its not just for geeks. (sot: michelle curtis, tech data iot strategy 1:18-1:21) "the more things that are connected in your home are going to make your life simple." and safer, like this
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anywhere. or locks you can activate with your phone. some things are still in the future. (nats) "alexa empty the dishwasher!" (bong) coming up on kwwl, the mister food test kitchen.... today is national sandwich day! howey is sharing the recipe for an all-time favorite sandwich. but first, a look at your latest did you know that today is
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember."
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italian bread in half and removing the insides, and toasting it. now we slather on a mixture we made by combining some mustard with a bit of brown sugar. on amount of sliced ham, turkey, tomatoes, and some chopped red onion. and get this.we top it with a healthy amount of coleslaw, some crushed pineapple (that we've drained),
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the cheese gets melty. and whether you serve this as a fun change-of-pace appetizer or a fill you up sandwich, one bite is all it'll take and you'll know exactly why it's one of our favorites. so in honor of national sandwich day why don't you go online and get the recipe for our, "all-american kitchen sink." you see we call it that, since we practically put everything in it . except for the kitchen sink. i'm howard in the mr. food test kitchen, where
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two iowa officers who were shot and killed while sitting in their patrol cars. and... the latest on the battle to take back a city in iraq. plus... protesters now have new ways to fight back against the dakota access pipeline. oo noon.. i'm ally crutcher let's go to storm track seven
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information from the kwwl for your complete weather information. weather pattern over the next with temperatures reaching the highs will be mainly in the mid including the election day forecast, coming up in just a in just a few minutes. many across the state are devastated, after two iowa police officers were shot and killed in their patrol cars.
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since 2005. officer justin martin just joined the urbandale department last year. outside both departments -- tributes to the officers. officers are being hugged-- prayers are being said and there are many tears. two men -- whose job -- was to protect and serve us all... liz lee/ urbandale "saddened and shocked just hard to believe that urbandale iowa, that this happened, really senseless." where officer martin was killed wear capes. and this is causing people to react all across the country. attorney general loretta lynch spoke about the ambush while at an event for veterans... "we are determined to hold to account anyone who targets police officers, simply because they have the courage and the selflessness to wear that badge
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she says the justice department is offering to help iowa investigators in this case -- if they need it. the tragedy in des moines has impacted people all over eastern iowa.. cedar fall's third grade teacher kelly sullivan says when she woke up and heard the news... she was devastated... she immediately texted her friend... an officer who usually works the night shift in des moines.... another big story today -- the prime minister of iraq says the battle to retake mosul from isis is going "more quick t and again this is iraq's second largest city and this is really the super bowl of battles when it comes to islamic state being fought here in iraq. but we do know that this battle is going a pace.
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before and they're likely to be probably take some christian villages to the north the city itself. but the iraqi security forces have added a new element to the battle states and they're prepared to into mosul self and bringing the fight to the heart of isis in concern that islamic state are gonna be using them as human shields. matt bradley, nbc news, erbil."
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stationed at a refugee camp today. people trying to escape the fighting in the area -- as the government - and it's allies - try to rout isis from their last stronghold in mosul. continuing coverage: a three year old has died after a hayride accident. police say the little boy was riding on a trailer with no guard rails. he slipped off, and under the tires. it happened in maryland. pipeline protesters appear to be building a bridge. these pictures were taken by the department in north dakota. a bridge would allow protesters to go from the standing rock camp onto the cannonball ranch. the sheriff's department says if they cross over the bridge -- it would be criminal trespass.. we're also learning more about what energy transfer partners has found while building the dakota access pipeline. last month - crews found sites that are significant to native american culture. the company did not notify a commission for ten days...
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when it happened," the companys says it has since rerouted the pipeline to preserve the sites. opening arguments are scheduled to begin today -- as a former police officer faces murder charges. michael slager was an officer in north charleston last year when he shot and killed an unarmed black man after a traffic stop. slager faces 30 years to life in prison if convicted. a luxiourius living space -- now sinking. a legale expected today regarding the millennium tower in san francisco. the high-rise building selling condos for millions of dollars. people who live there are now suing because the building is sinking well this is something everyone is talking about today -- a moment in american sports history. the cubs win the world series. and as you can see -- the team taking the world series trophy back to chicago. while cub fans were excited -- some indian fans reacted to their loss of the championship...
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claw, never give up. always there, never give in. i'm proud of our indians, i'm proud." "cleveland needs to stay classy. kodos to the cubs, they ended their drought. we'll be back." time the cubs won the world series -- those who were -- don't remember it. meet hazel. she grew up within walking distance of wrigley field. she was born in august 1908 -- she's 108 years old -- and was just an infant when the cubs last won it all. she's waited her entire life for it to happen again... "exciting. awesome." she may be the oldest cubs fan in the world.
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corner. a famous ship is being replicated just in time for the holiday. vernon: i'm monica vernon, and i approve this message. congressman blum's smear campaign -- n donated every pay raise to charity and cut taxes for us. but multi-millionaire blum broke his word, keeping nearly $200,000 in taxpayer-funded paychecks. blum wasted even more of your tax dollars on himself. worse, he tried to cut medicare and raise the retirement age.
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foec from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen for your complete weather information. here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: our weather pattern over the next several days will not be reaching the middle 60s across eastern iowa. tonight the sky will be mostly clear, and with light winds patchy fog is a possibility, especially in the river valleys. lows will be in
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may track in on monday, and at this point it looks like the best chance would be by late afternoon and overnight. election day looks dry and mild. our weather pattern over the next several days will not be very november-like. this afternoon we will have plenty of sunshine with temperatures reaching the middle 60s across eastern iowa. tonight the sky will be mostly clear, and with light winds patchy fog is a the lower 40s. highs will be mainly in the mid 60s today through sunday with lows in the 40s. a few showers may track in on monday, and at this point it looks like the afternoon and overnight. election day looks dry and mild. our weather pattern over the afternoon we will have plenty of sunshine with temperatures reaching the middle 60s across eastern iowa. tonight the sky will be mostly clear, and with light winds patchy fog is a possibility, especially in the river valleys. lows will be in the lower 40s. highs will be mainly in the mid 60s today through sunday with
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may track in on monday, and at this point it looks like the best chance would be by late afternoon and overnight. election day looks dry and mild. our weather pattern over the next several days wil afternoon we will have plenty of sunshine with temperatures reaching the middle 60s across eastern iowa. tonight the sky will be mostly clear, and with light winds patchy fog is a possibility, especially in the
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highs will be mainly in the mid 60s today through sunday with lows in the 40s. a few showers may track in on monday, and at this point it looks like the best chance would be by late afternoon and overnight. election day looks dry and mild. highs will be mainly in the mid afternoon and overnight. election day looks dry and mild. here's the storm track 7 day forecast. it will be mild low temperatures in the 40s. lots of sunshine is expected with a slight chance for rain on monday, especially by monday night. election day looks nice.
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turkey. thanksgiving is three weeks from today - so in honor of that - a it was a gift from england and is an exact model of the ship that brought the first pilgrims
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the raider jazz band and show choir. cost of admission is $5. there will be two shows at 3:00pm and 7:00pm. proceeds from the show will go to pay for competition entry fees for the dunkerton bands and choirs. we'll be right back. the dunkerton high school music department will present
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school gymnasium. this event features skits, solos, and the raider jazz band and show choir. cost of admission is $5. there will be two shows at 3:00pm and 7:00pm. proceeds from the show will go to pay for
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music department will present its annual swing show on saturday, november 5 in the high school gymnasium. this event features skits, solos, and the raider jazz band and show there will be two shows at 3:00pm and 7:00pm. proceeds from the show will go to pay for competition entry fees for the
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vernon: they're like a lot of iowans -- they get up early, get the kids to school, and get to work. but too often, washington stacks the deck against us. we need to build an economy d of giving breaks to big business, we need to cut taxes for the middle class and small business. i'm monica vernon, and i approve this message
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a connection between two t-v series. david daniel explains in our hollywood minute. "try to have a con documentary "before the flood" is drawing oscar buzz... and it's set to be honored this weekend. dicaprio and director fisher stevens are set to receive the hollywood
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awards in beverly hills. (singing) "and i remember this won't surprise singer- songwriter made 170- million dollars over the past million dollars came mostly from album sales... and madonna's 'breaking bad' was about more than walter white starting as a bumbling chemistry teacher and turning himself into a full-fledged monster?" netflix has revived a favorite fan theory linking two popular t-v series: was "breaking bad," the emmy-winning drug drama, actually the predecessor of "the that walter white's "blue sky" meth in "breaking bad" actually caused the zombie outbreak in "walking dead," and notes a distinctive red and black car and two characters that may have existed on both shows. farfetched, but fun. in hollywood, i'm david daniel. and stormtrack seven
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seven day forecast when we return... and when you see news - or if you have pictures or video to share... you can do that by going to our page on facebook. you can also "like" our page to here's the storm track 7 day forecast. it will be mild
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temperatures in the 60s and low slight chance for rain on monday, especially by monday night. election day looks nice. that will do it for us here at
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>> jennifer: adrienne. oh, you're back so soon. i thought that-- oh. the negotiation didn't go as well as we thought? i'm so sorry. come on in. oh, adrienne, listen, look. look, we had a dream. we wanted to buy "the spectator" and revive it and make it great again, and-- and it just didn't't pan out. that's all. it's okay. >> adrienne: do you know what he did right off the bat? >> jennifer: did he insult you? why do they always have to start a negotiation with an insult? why? >> adrienne: it was stunning. i mean, first he rattled off ten reasons why newspapers were dying, why the only thing an investor should do is run the other way... >> jennifer: right, yeah. >> adrienne: [sighs] and then he sold it to us for a song. we are the owners of "the spectator"! >> jennifer: what?

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