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he sits down with jimmy fallon. >> you made the first debate. there's a giants debate and a little debate. >> giant one. perfect for me. >> how many candidates? >> i want to say it before you did. >> you have donald trump in the lead of all these polls. is this a surprise to you? >> i completely expect had the. didn't you? >> no. >> of course. everything he did you does is spectacular, amazing. >> trump is yelling and saying stuff. i thought that was going to be your name. >> new jersey republican hints at a possible strategy change that involves one word, nuclear. outsiders on the rise. ben carson and carly fiorina surge in iowa. carson locked up with donald trump. we'll dig deeper with the shift away from main stream. it's 5:30 in the east, 2:30 out west. this show prefers the outside
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only because of the view. ♪ ♪ good morning. it's tuesday, september 1st. i'm lewis. we're following several developments. we begin in the atlanta area this morning. an officer is fighting for his life and a home oener injured after police admit they went to the wrong house to investigate reports a suspicious person. officials say gunfire broke out as soon as officers entered the home. there are still many questions hah need to be answered. here's the county police chief. >> this is where they thought the potential burglary was taking place. the color of the house and texture being brick fitted the
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description. no numerical address was given. when they came to the rear of the house, unlocked screen and door. that in and of itself would probably suggest to anyone it's possible there could be intruders inside. it turned out not to be the case. we know somewhere inside, right inside the house, shots were fired. i can't tell you specifically where that shooting took place. >> the homeowner's dog was caught in the crossfire and died from injuries. three officers are f leaving on administrative leave pending the investigation. let's go to texas where a newly released video is raising questions what led deputies to shoot and kill a man last week. police opened fire on him after he resisted arrest following a domestic violence call. they tried using a non lethal weapon according to the radio station. he raised one of his hands. after he is shot, officers are
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seen flipping him over on his stomach. the entire encounter not shown. dialogue between the officers and suspect cannot be heard. the district attorney says the video is troubling but people should not rush to judgment. the sheriff department says posting online is putting lives of deputies at risk. they're placed on administrative leave pending the investigation. there's questions about the ambush of the deputy at pay gas station. it's described as an execution style killing. shannon miles shot darren goforth 15 times before leaving him for dead. janet has more. >> in handcuffs and shackles, the man charged with capital murder of texas deputy appeared in the courtroom packed with law enforcement officers. the da telling a judge how video shows miles shoot goforth in the head from behind and keep
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shooting long after the deputy lay dying on the ground. 15 shell cases were found at the scene matching the handgun in miles' garage. >> he unloaded the entire weapon into deputy goforth. when deputies recovered the pistol in the garage, it was loaded again. >> prosecutors will not have to offer investigation for why the shooting happened. >> the why of offense isn't element of the crime. prosecutors aren't obligated to prove it. >> goforth was a ten year veteran of the police department, husband and father to 5-year-old boy and 12-year-old girl who will lay him to rest friday. >> miles' attorney says the client attends to plead not guilty. he was sent to a state mental hospital this 2012 for several months. president obama is pushing police safety measures after the deputy's murder in texas. he called the widow of goforth
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to express condolences and called the killing completely unacceptable. presidential candidate ted cruz had this to say about the president's treatment of law enforcement. >> cops across this country feel the assault from the president, from the top on down, as we see whether it's ferguson or baltimore. the response of senior officials, the president, attorney general, is to ville identify law enforcement. i'm proud to stand with law enforcement, stand with police, firefighters, first responders. they're american heroes. we need a president that doesn't attack and villely identify them and doesn't seek to tear us apart to inflame racial division. we need a president to work to bring us together and unify us behind shared american values. >> let's talk more about presidential politics in the latest polls. >> these polls are great. guys like jeb bush and hillary hire pollsters.
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they pay them hundreds thousands of dollars. what do you have to do that for? every week they come out with a new poll. >> a new poll has donald trump tied in iowa with dr. ben carson at 23%. it's the first time trump has not held the lead in an early state poll in over a month. yet another political outsider carly fiorina comes in at third followed by antiestablishment first term senator ted cruz. as for why the outsiders are doing so well, this data point shows 23% of iowa republicans want someone with government experience. two-thirds want someone outside the government. it's not just in iowa. new national poll finds 69% of republicans disapprove of the way their party is handling congress. the race in iowa is far from over with exactly five months to go before february caucuses. 12% say they're completely decided in their vote. now while ben carson might be his biggest threat in iowa,
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donald trump continues to hammer jeb bush on immigration. he took comments made in 2014 about undocumented immigrants that come to provide for their families and tie them to hose arrested for brutal crimes. >> yes, they broke the law but it's not a felony. it's kind of -- it's a -- it's an act of love. >> now bush came back on the offensive hitting trump for being soft on crime highlighting 1990 support for legalizing drugs and campaign donations to soft on crime liberals like harry reid and hillary clinton. he tweeted this quote to man say pelosi when trump called her quote the greatest. chris christie who's having a hard time breaking through hinted a possible change in
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tactic. in the interview with fallon, he expressed his opinion about not getting time in the last debate. >> i was waiting for you to talk. >> me too. >> september 16th, may be changing tactics. if i get to like 15 question miss a row, count them at home. they're going to go he's going nuclear now. >> new this morning, state department released a giant collection of e-mails from hillary clinton's private server, 7,000 pages worth to be attack. confidential material has been found in 150 e-mails. according to the spokesperson, none were marked classified at the time they were sent. now the confidential e-mails are the lowest level of classification. none are quote top secret. let's look at a few. with exchange with george mitchell about meetings, clinton asked him to use her personal e-mail address.
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sections the state department later determined were classified were redacted. in another e-mail, clinton writs it's a public statement exclamation point. until this is diverted to unclassified system, there's no physical way for me to e-mail it. i can't access is it. there's questions about clinton's e-mails. in one, she asked a top aid to help her learn to use the so called h pad. and someone tried to e-mail her on her personal address, and it bounced back. she called the state department for help assuming clinton had state e-mail. they had no idea it was just you. just some random after dress they e-mailed. let's turn to alaska where obama kicked off a meeting yesterday. in a speech last night in
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anchorage he called on world leaders to act. >> the time to plead ignorance is truly past. those who want to ignore the science, they are increasingly alone. they're on their own shrinking island. if we abandoned our course of action, stopped trying to build a clean energy economy and reduce carbon pollution. if we do nothing to keep glaciers from melting, oceans from rising, forests from burning faster and storms growing stronger, we condemn our children on a planet beyond their capacity to repair. any leader willing to take a gamble on a future like that. any so called lead their doesn't take this seriously or treats it like a joke is not fit to lead. >> meanwhile, president obama's arrival in alaska came the similar day his decision shell oil to resume drilling there took effect. it left some environmentalists
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calling him a hypocrite on the issue of climate change. he faces controversy on another front, renaming of m.t. mckinley to denali. this leaves some saying renaming the mountain is a mistake. >> look, just ought it should stay that. i don't know what they're doing on this. in ohio we felt it was appropriate. a guy saw that mountain, when he was one of the first up there, named it after the president. no reason to change it. >> trump is speaking out calling the president es decision to rename the mountain great insult to ohio adding quote, i will change it back. wall street wrapped up the worst month in three years, even lower. investors worry the federal reserve are raise ago interest rate this is month. we have jeff cut more joins us
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live. it was rocky for stocks this past month. hope september is better. what do you think is causing the anxiety? >> we've got a number of issues. traders would be happy to see the back of kind of volatility we had in august coming into the month of september. there were a number of issues wash aing around. one was oil price and rapid decline in barrel of oil. in the last few trading sessions, we rally over the concerns inflation is maybe headed back after vice chair stanley fisher fed suggested inflation maybe isn't that far away for the u.s. economy. it's hard to see real evidence of that in what's going on in the economy at the moment. the oil price slipping again. we also had a lot of concerns
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expressed about china. i'm sorry china is the topic that will take up much of trader's activities today. we had weak manufacturing numbers out of that economy today. we weaken the european session is. the outlook for your open is also weak at this point. we'll see what the big jobs number at the end of the week tells us. that will set direction and tone for fed meeting later in the movement. back to you. >> let's hope we have a better september. thanks. stay ahead on "way too early." rgiii goes from starting quarterback to second string. hear what the coach says about his future with the team. and the artist with the court sketch that didn't come close gives it another try. we'll see if she was able to get it right the second time around. brace yourself.
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>> surviving washington, isn't it hard enough? president obama is ready to run wild with bear grylls. we'll have that and the show pushing the president beyond his limits. we'll have that and a check on weather when "way too early" comes right back. ♪ ♪ it took serena williams years to master the two handed backhand.
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it's time. lower your blood sugar with invokana®. imagine loving your numbers. there's only one invokana®. ask your doctor about it by name. time now for sports. robert griffin iii will not start for washington. cousins will lead the team at quarterback. >> after film we've gone through, off season activity, training camp footage, we feel at this time can curt cousins gives us the best chance to win. that's where we're going. i have nothing against robert. i like robert as a quarterback, no doubt about it. his future is with the washington redskins, is what it is. there's no discussions about
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letting him go or any of that stuff. >> there's something powerful about being believed in and knowing where you stand. i feel jay has done that today. we'll go from there. >> he says he has not decided rgiii will be the second string quarterback ahead of colt mccoy. let's go to buffalo bills. the job goes to taylor. now to u.s. open tennis. top seeded serena williams is closer to grand slam advancing in the second round after the boen opponent withdrew to injury. the russian withdrew 27 minutes into the match. on the men's side, big upset for fourth seeded who eliminated five sets by the 41st rank.
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curry was finalist in last year's u.s. open. orioles machado launches to center field. looks like it's heading out. not so fast. >> that's like barnical in softball. >> look at that. he robs manny of the home run. rays go on to win it 6-3. what a grab. >> like that extension? >> i do. what a grab. now looking at oakland angels. victorino chasing down a fly ball. deep left field, makes the catch dislodging one of the panels. game is delayed by ten minutes as the falling piece was fixed in the stadium. that stadium was just transformed back to a baseball diamond after the sunday nfl
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preseason match-up. that looked dangerous there. finally in sports, tom brady and nfl commissioner roger goodell back in court yesterday. no settlement reached on appeal of brady's suspension. the judge will release the ruling as early as today. once again, a courtroom sketch dominated the headlines of all things. the artist got a shot at redemption after her depiction of brady went viral last month. yesterday's version was a big improvement yesterday i think the cheekbones are fuller. >> he's very accurate with this stuff. what's the brady ruling going to be? >> the ruling is going to be whether the commission has the power to make his decision. it's not going to be lowering suspension or anything like weather. >> brady is not playing game one then? >> more likely than not he will not play one.
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the point is, this has gone on longer than the nfl season. >> probably. what do we got for weather? looks hot, hot, hot. >> september is ridiculously warm. starting this morning 78 new york city. average high should be 79 this time of year. why are we so warm? it's like a july pattern, won't break. usually you get the cold seeping down from canada once a week. month signs of that. it's hot and humid. 80s and 90s. entire map is orange. exception is the west. if you have labor day plans in the eastern half of the country, expect a warm holiday weekend. doesn't break until the middle of next week. >> my wedding september 19 t. give me an extended forecast? >> when? >> september 19th. >> is that when the monsoon starts? >> don't even say that. still ahead, only a matter
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of time. see who's apparently taking kanye west plans seriously. we'll see what happens there. ♪ ♪ isn't it beautiful when things just come together? build a beautiful website with squarespace. no student's ever been the king of the campus on day one. but you're armed with a roomy new jansport backpack, a powerful new dell 2-in-1 laptop, and durable new stellar notebooks, so you're walking the halls with varsity level swagger. that's what we call that new gear feeling. you left this on the bus... get it at the place with the experts to get you the right gear. office depot officemax. gear up for school. gear up for great.
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people think kanye gray a long speech when he got his award. be fair, he talked about a lot of stuff for 12 minutes or something. i didn't really -- one thing
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explained why. >> y'all might be thinking right now, i wonder did he smoke some before he came out here? the answer is yes. i rolled up a little something, knocked the edge off. >> who gets angry after they smoke pot? yeah, i did. it was great. i took a couple hits of it. >> he announced he's running for president after smoking a bunch of weed. then obama was like been there. >> jimmy fallon giving can way a hard time about his speech. he announced he's running for president in 2020. bloomberg announced the committee called ready for kanye submitted paperwork with the election economy. candidates have to declare 15 days of spending $5,000 or more with a campaign and file financial disclosures 30 days
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after that. bet he's not going to want to do that. future president to a current one. president obama becomes the first sitting president to star in a reality tv show when he appears on a special episode of nbc's "running wild with bear grylls." this is part of the effort to highlight the impact of climate change. josh earnest called the show, quote admittedly unorthodox but interesting way for the president to reach the audience that obviously cares about this conversation. spongebob square pants is coming to broadway. nickelodeon says next summer the spongebob musical in the midst of cast aing will move to run w. many stars have reportedly
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signed on. seems like that will be an incredible show. harp arer lee's safe deposi box have been restored in a safety deposit box. the news may come as relief considering the controversy around go set of watchman that intensified after lee's lawyer gave conflicting accounts of how the manuscript was discovered. that's it for me on "way too other early" this morning. "morning joe" is moments away. ♪
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