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captioning funded by cbs it's wednesday, august 10th, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." if she gets to pick her judges, nothing you can do, folks. although the second amendment people, maybe there is. i don't know. >> the latest controversial comments from donald trump. trump clarifies and clinton's campaign fires back, calling his comments neither normal or acceptable. a florida woman is dead after being shot and killed by an officer in a citizens police academy demonstration. the department's chief explains
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what went wrong. it's shaping up to be another long day for delta passengers as the passengers struggle to get back on track after a massive outing grounding hundreds of flights. and michael phelps is bringing home more hardware adding another two gold medal to his already historic hall. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. well, this was supposed to be the week donald trump reset his campaign. but, this morning, trump's latest off-the-cuff remark suggesting that gun owners can stop hillary clinton have sparked a wave of outrage, some suggest trump is encouraging violence against clinton. ryan we brian webb is here with more on the fallout. >> reporter: at first, trump tried to blame what he called the dishonest media. then he tried to clear up the controversy by saying gun owners are a powerful political force,
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but the clinton campaign doesn't see it that way. donald trump is trying to suppress the latest controversy that erupted moments after he said this about the right to bear arms. >> if she gets to pick her judges, nothing you can do, folks. although the second amendment people, maybe there is. i don't know. hillary wants to take your guns away. she wants to leave you unprotected in your home. this is a tremendous political movement. there can be no other interpretation. >> reporter: the nra which has divorced trump agreed with the explanation. many democrats sided with the clinton campaign who called the remarks dangerous. gaby giffords who was shot in the head during a mass shooting tweeted we must draw a line between political speech and suggestions of violence. connecticut senator chris murphy tweeted don't treat this as a political misstep. it's an assassination threat. house speaker paul ryan, who
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easily won his state's primary tuesday spoke out. >> it sounds like a joke gone bad. you should never joke about that. >> reporter: trump has been under fire from members of his own party to stick to message. yesterday, he took aim at the media for allegedly ignoring the presence of omar mateen's father at one of clinton's rallies this week. >> if that were me, this would be a headline all over the world. >> reporter: the clinton campaign has since disavowed mateen's support and said he was is not an invited guest. clinton is scheduled to talk about jobs today in iowa before delivering what her campaign calls a major economics speech in detroit on thursday. >> brian webb here in new york, thank you so much. coming up on "cbs this morning," we will talk with dan senor, a former adviser to paul ryan and mitt romney, about donald trump's second amendment comments. investigators in florida are trying to figure out just how a woman was accidentally shot to
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death by a police officer during a class about police procedures. punta gorda is 100 miles south of tampa. the police chief calls the accident unimaginable. maelle knowlton was one of 35 attending the citizens police academy exercise. >> two people were randomly selected to put in a shoot, don't shoot scenario in which they were would make decisions on using lethal force in a live play. >> reporter: knowlton was shot with a live round. the officer has been put on administrative leave. shots were fired just after a demonstrator was struck by a car in ferguson, missouri, last night. police do not believe the driver intended to hit the man. his condition is not known.
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witnesses say protesters shot at the car. no one was wounded by the gunfire and there were no arrests. delta airlines says, this morning, that is only expects about 90 cancellations today, but delta is still battling a system-wide computer outage caused by a power surge. more than 600 flights were cancelled yesterday and more than 1,500 the day before. they are offering refunds and giving our travel vouchers to stranded or delayed passengers. in iraq 11 newborn babies were killed in a baghdad hospital. the health ministry says the materity ward fire was probably caused by a short. a maryland hospital shut down its neonatal unit. >> reporter: this is the
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pseudomonsa bacteria that was found in this maryland hospital ncu unit. the babies have been moved to another hospital. >> this is out of abundance of concern for safety. >> reporter: doctors say all three babies are asymptomatic and may not be infected. pathologists are investigating the recent death of other babies in the ncu but have yet to find a direct link. according to the centers for disease control and prevention, 51,000 people in health care settings get infected about this pseudomonas bacteria each year and 400 people die each year. >> patients in the hospital who get this particular infect are already very, very ill. >> reporter: hospitals believe the bacteria came from water pipes leading into the hospital. they stopped using that water days ago and on wednesday they
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will disinfect the plumbing. tatiana flores heard the news when they came to the hospital to visit her newbone nephew. >> it worry me a lot. adam may for cbs news, in maryland. texas reported its first zika-related bath. a baby girl with microcephaly died a few weeks ago. her mother had traveled to salvador. in phoenix a massive dust storm overran phoenix and then a fierce rainstorm. in tucson, arizona it caused widespread flooding and dozens of people were stranded by the high water. the u.s. is on a role propelled by its swimming and
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gymnastics team. the u.s. has taken a commanding lead in the medal count. so far the stars and stripes have snagged 26 medals and nine gold, eight silver and nine bronze. jamie yuccas is live in rio with a look at tuesday's golden performances. good morning, jamie. >> reporter: good morning, an anne-mar anne-marie. michael phelps and katie ledecky and u.s. gymnastics team bringing home gold. chalk up two more gold medals for michael phelps, avenging a rare olympic loss at the london games. the american swimmer won the 200 meter butterfly by 0.02 of a second. he collected his unprecedented 20th gold medal and then hit the water again to anchor a winning relay race. >> number 21 in the books! >> reporter: not to be outdone in the pool was 19-year-old katie ledecky. she captured her second rio gold
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in two tries, winning the 200-meter freestyle and she is not finished yet. ledecky is a favorite in the 8-hundred-meter freestyle event. in gymnastics usa ran away with the gold medal with strong performances in all event and it began with the vault and it ended with simone biles' spectacular floor exercise. this three-time world champion is considered the person to beat for the women's all-around gold medal. now, unfortunately, serena williams will not compete for gold. she was eliminated but we will not focus on that. we still have the men's gymnastics final and team usa volleyball takes the court. another exciting day ahead. thank you, jamie yuccas in rio. coming up on the "morning news."
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stops and use excessive force. the investigation was prompted by the death of freddie gray in police custody last year. "the washington post" reports an increased reward in the murder of a democratic national committee staffer last month. wikileaks adding $20,000 to help find the killer of seth rich. that prompted speculation that rich has leaked damaging dnc e-mails to wikileaks. the site never revealed its sources. "the san francisco chronicle" says a widely criticized california judge is due to rule on another sex crime. judge aaron persky is deciding whether to lower a man's child pornography charl to a dismeaner. the detroit free press says muslim -- a muslim flight attendant is suing the airline that suspended her for refusing to serve alcohol. stanley says express jet didn't
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spacex released high-speed video and new camera angles from its missions dating back to late last year. pretty cool. tim tebow hopes changing sports will help get him back into the pros again. the frustrated quarterback says he'll try to break into big league baseball. tebow's agent says tht not a stu -- this is not a stunt. former major leaguers who have watched tebow work out say he has a chance. a barber's business is called pull up your pants barber shop. tyson burns says the reason is simple. >> your character is how you display yourself and your pants are down, i might look at you quite differently. >> he also collects money to provide belts to prevent trouser droop in his oakland neighborhood. oh, boy. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," merril streep and hugh grant. i'm anne-marie green. this is the "cbs morning news."
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here is another look at this morning's top stories. there is a firestorm over donald trump's latest provocative remarks. trump suggested that gun owners could stop hillary clinton. now some say his comments encourage violence against clinton. the clinton campaign calls the comments dangerous. trump says his remarks are being misinterpreted and that he was calling for political action. and at the olympics, michael phelps won two more gold medals. one in the 200-meter butterfly and part of the 4x400 relay. he has a total now of 21 gold medals. katie ledecky won the 200-meter freestyle for her second gold medal this olympics. and the women's gymnastics won
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the team gold medal. some residents in the poverty-stricken communities around rio say they are being left out. jamie yuccas reports. >> reporter: this is the largest favela in rio de janeiro. houses are jammed nearly on top of each other and motor taxi drivers help people navigate the slopes and narrow alley ways. marcos has lived here for 34 years and never imagined himself anywhere else. >> translator: i love this place. i love the people of this place. >> reporter: but he says the olympics are forcing him out of the neighborhood. the wealthy areas nearby received infrastructure upgrade but nothing changed in the favela but his rent which skyrocketed this year. >> translator: unfortunately, it's a reality here in rio de janeiro and that reflect also of the olympics. for example, they will watch the games. we won't.
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we fight to have more equality. >> reporter: even with a million dollar view, americans would consider this neighborhood in extreme poverty but the people who live here all they say is a tight-knit community. leandro is a hero here. he carried the olympic torch through the neighborhood but he cannot afford to see any of the games. >> translator: for me, it's really important to carry the torch and represent the country. the kid will see that and in the future, maybe they can carry it too. >> reporter: he hopes children here can have a future is brighter than the what olympic promised, but didn't deliver. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," new concerns about a cyberattack on the presidential election. we will look what is being done to prevent fraud. plus something new on the grapevine. we will show you grapes that taste like cotton candy. and oscar winner merle streep
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and hugh grant join us in the studio. that is the "cbs morning news" for this wednesday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day.
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an innocent child was shot, while playing in her front yard, we will tell you what police say happened moments before and how she's doing right now. the wildwoods are warning bay danger at the beach, risk he thinks people are doing that they say has led to multiple rescues in the the last few days. and we have a little explosive science for you at the franklin institute, we will tell what you this is a all about and, show what you makes this display different from what you usually see at the museum. good morning, today is wednesday august 10th i'm joe holden in for jim donovan. i'm brooke thomas. we have a lot to tell but this in


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