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captioning funded by cbs it's wednesday, october 26th, 2016. 13 days until the presidential election. this is the "cbs morning news." wikileaks e-mails continue to haunt hillary clinton this morning. the latest round highlights her staff's concerns over her instincts, while donald trump gets another reason to pounce on the president. >> this guy, he's as bad as she is. >> meanwhile, clinton's strategy to get out the early vote continues and so does her outrage over trump's refusal to accept the election results. >> i think this all started with george washington when he
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refused to become a king, right? now, donald trump probably would have called him a loser. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. well, today, hillary clinton campaigns in florida and donald trump is in north carolina. two very important states where early voting is already under way. meanwhile, the latest e-mail released from the hacked account of clinton adviser john podesta paint a stunning picture of the frustration and concern about clinton's private e-mail server. roxana is here in new york. good morning. >> good morning. >> reporter: trump was working with fresh material in florida, itting clinton on the wave of wi wikileaks e-mails and obamacare. clinton urged them not to get in recent polls. on the third day of campaigning,
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donald trump rivaled hillary clinton. >> i'm going to repeal it and replace it. she is going to expand it and it's going to get more and more speve expensive. with her, you'll end up in world war iii. she doesn't know what she is doing. >> reporter: seizing on an exchange from the batch of hacked e-mails released by wikileaks yesterday. in it, cheryl mills suggests that clinton was using her e-mail while secretary of state. >> he is caught up, folks. we have to investigate the investigation. >> reporter: other e-mails purportedly show stop aides struggling to get past clinton's e-mail scandal, including campaign chair john poe tess dah who questioned her instincts. ahead of her 69th birthday,
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clinton ignored latest wikileaks dump and focusing on trump's rhetoric. >> he is attacking campaign after another now his final target is democracy itself. >> reporter: and warning supporters not to be complacent. >> we have to turn people out. >> reporter: clinton will get a boost from khan, a gold star father, as he campaigns for her in virginia. clinton hits the trail with first lady michelle in obama. yesterday, the democratic nominee was endorsed by former secretary of state colin powell who blasted trump as unqualified. >> roxana here in new york, thank you. trump mocked vice president jo biden calling him a tough guy, quote, when he is standing behind a microphone by himself. trump was responding to biden's remarks last week as he was criticizing trump's personal behavior and remarks about women. >> they always ask me don't i wish i were debating him?
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no, i wish i was in high school and i could take him behind the gym. >> do you see where biden wants to take me? to the back of the barn. i'd love that. >> speaking in florida, trump said if he had said the same thing biden had said, he would be accused of being violent. coming up on "cbs this morning," we will talk about the campaign with donald trump's campaign manager kellyanne conway. overseas now. the battle to retake the city of mosul in iraq was spread out. holly williams reports from iraq. >> reporter: the refuges are a fraction of those still trapped under isis inside mosul. but there are fears already that isis fighters could use the exodus to escape or launch terror attacks. as this camp housing some refuges from mosul, they separate the men on arrival to interrogate them.
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these men told us they welcome it, because they fled here to be safe. but ahmad, who came from the south is accused of being an isis fighter. he admits that his father and two brothers joined the extremists, but he is adamant that he did not. why did you flee now? why not before? we heard there was an amnesty for people, even if they had family members in isis, he said, so i came to find out. he can only join the other refuges if he can prove he is innocent. a weekend to the mosul offensive, isis is outgunned and outmanned, but fighting back with its trademark guerrilla tactics. suicide attacks and car bombs, digging networks of tunnels and launching surprise assaults like this one in the town of ritber,
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two miles west of baghdad. planting its fighters among desperate refuges to wreak nor violence is a tactic that isis will find hard to resist. since this offensive began, the united nations has received uncommpled reports of massive in mosul including the killing of 50 police officers and the murder of 70 civilians in a village near the city. holly williams, cbs news, in northern iraq. now that the u.s. and others are focused on recapturing territory and cities from isis, what happens when it's all over? yesterday, here in new york, at the council on foreign relations, charlie rose put that question to national intelligence director james clapper and clapper said he is concerned. >> what form does it take after that? because it is probably not going to go away. and it will morph into something
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else or other similar extremist groups will be spawned and i believe we are going to be in the business of suppressing these extremist movements for a long time to come. >> clapper also told rose, it's possible russia could shoot down a u.s. war plane in a no fly zone were imposed over syria. speaker of the house paul ryan wants the pentagon to stop its effort to recover enlistment bonuses. california is investigating. the pentagon says 6,500 california guard soldiers have been told to repaid the 15,000 or more they were promised if they reenlisted. most served in iraq and afghanistan. the pentagon has asked them to speed up their review but as of now, the president does not support a blanket waiver. audits revealsealed the overpay as recruitments struggle to reach enlistment goals.
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coming up on "cbs this morning," more on the story. oklahoma officials say the man wanted in a string of violent crimes had a hit list, allegedly targeting as many is eight more people. michael vance allegedly posted videos on social media during his ra rampage and last seen monday near the texas border in western oklahoma. the fbi is involved in the search. authorities say those on vance's alleged hit list are under protection. it's reported vance is seeking revenge against those who made accusations he sexually abused children. a british airways flight was diverted after the entire crew became ill. the flight with 400 passengers en route from san francisco to london when it was diverted to vancouver. all 25 members of the crew were taken to area hospitals as precautionary measures with undisclosed symptoms. they all have been released. no passengers were hospitalized.
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its unclear, though, what caused the problem. cleveland drew first blood in the world series. >> the 2-2. indians won game one. >> cleveland's ace corey kluber ace the indians for six anyone else. perez known for his defense hit two home runs. the first number nine batter to homer twice in a series game. >> just try to go out there and compete and try to get good abs. there and get on base and make something happen. it's unbelievable feeling. >> cleveland beat chicago 6-0. game two is tonight in cleveland. the indians weren't the only party in town last night in cleveland. lebron james and the cavaliers received their nba championship rings and the fans raised the roof as the title banner was raised to the rafters.
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the "los angeles times" reports that the tour bus in the crash that killed 13 people did not meet safety standard. investigators say two of its eight tires lacked sufficient tread. federal investigators say it could take up to a year to find the cause of sunday's crash. "the new york times" reports that a player who admitted abusing his wife is out of the nfl. the new york giants cut josh brown yesterday. the owner admitted it was a mistake to keep brown on the team after details of his domestic violence arrest emerged last summer. "the seattle times" reports that actor mark ruffalo is joining the contest owner the pipeli -- over the pipeline. the actor is a cofounder after group that promotes renewable energy that is called the solutions project. the arizona republic reports the filing of criminal contempt charges against the long time
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here is another look at this morning's top story. it's hillary clinton's 69th birthday. she will spend the day campaigning if florida and may face questions about the wikileaks e-mails. there are suggestions that president obama knew clinton was using private e-mail while she was secretary of state. former secretary of state colin powell said he is voting for clinton. donald trump campaigns in north carolina today. he said clinton's policy concerning syria could cause world war iii. the volatile presidential election has triggered a surge in the legal crossings at the u.s./mexico boarder.
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manuel bojorquez takes a look. >> reporter: every day, dozens of men, women and children stream through the streets of mcallen, texas, to this migrant catholic church. they have just illegally crossed into the u.s. and released by border patrol with ankle monitors, while they file asylum. this and to flee the violence. >> we are getting mass turning themselves in. >> reporter: this agent is with the local border patrol union. on sundays they have encountered a thousand immigrants along the border. >> the smugglers are telling them if hillary is elected there is a type of amnesty so they
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need to get to the united states and if trump is elected there is a magical wall popped up overnight and once that wall is up, no one will get in. >> reporter: something salvador fears. yes, he says, because if trump wins, we won't be able to come in and ask for asylum. at the church, it's time for this group to head to the bus depot. the route scribbled on the envelope show they are continuing the journey north. the numbers are not expected to simply drop after election day. experts say as long as the violence and poverty persists on the other side of the rio grande, smugglers will find another reason to tell people it's time to cross. manuel bojorquez, cbs nws, mission, texas. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," in our series "issues that
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matt matter" the challenge before the supreme court. we will speak with ted olson and david boices. and how disease is threatening the citrus industry and what the scientists are doing about it. 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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new, flames race through a home in chester county and sadly we have confirmed that someone did not make it out. next what made containing that fire especially difficult. >> this business end. >> speaking, dozens of people pack a meeting in chinatown to talk discrimination in the the lb gt community, what prompted the meeting and is what coming next. there is a chill in the air you will want to put on some layers were you walk outside today, this is a live look from boat house row we will tell you how much it will warm up. it the is wednesday october 26th happy hump day good morning i'm jim donovan. >> i'm'sel


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