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hillary clinton claims she's as transparent as possible when talking at the e-mail account. president obama secures the iran nuclear deal. not stopping there. why they're still chasing votes. this is 5:30 east, 2:30 way out west. this is the show that never charges the audience to watch our show. ♪ ♪ good morning. it's thursday, september 3rd. i'm louis. is donald trump ready to take the plunge and rule out the third party bid? a news conference is later today. the heating was announced shortly after rnc sent out party loyalty pledge for each of the
presidential candidates to sign. it requires them to endorse the eventual nominee and not seek a third party run. he was the only one to say he would at last debate. >> the republican party has been treating me fairly. all i ask is fairness. in terms of victory, that would be the best path to victory. we're going to make a decision soon. i think a lot of people will be very happy. >> bottom line, who would be the better president, jeb bush or hillary clinton? >> i go with a republican. >> attacks continue to fly in the primary. jeb bush is launching a false strategy of taking down trump. yesterday his campaign put out online quiz that hits trump for advocating hillary clinton negotiated a deal with iran and mocks fear of germs.
>> for his part, trump attacked bush for speaking in spanish on the campaign trail. quote, i like jeb, he's a nice happen. he should really set the example by speaking english in the united states. retired neurosurgeon ben carson is rising in recent polls and drawing attention of donald trump. donald trump says carson is a friend but would struggle running the economy. to have a doctor who wasn't creating jobs or would have a nurse or maybe two nurses. it's such a different world. i've created tens of thousands of jobs over the years. former hillary clinton staffers are expected to take questions in the crowded room today. mills and sullivan will be grilled behind closed doors. another staffer says he will plead the fifth.
he worked on her 2008 campaign and at the state department. he's identified in digital records as the person that set up her e-mail is server in 2009. he will refuse to testify. the clinton campaign said they urged him to testify. reuters reports so far they found 87 e-mail threads with e-mail information. this sort of information must be classified from the start and handled through secure channels. a new poll suggests hillary clinton's image is still on the decline. "the washington post" poll shows 53% view clinton unfavorable. that's the highest unfavorable since 2008. the poll shows four in ten respondents had an unfavorable
review. she remains widely unpopular among democrats. her favorability in her own party is 80%, ten points higher than joe biden. speaking of the vice president, he spoke at length about education and community colleges as a whole. at one point he couldn't help but crack a joke about the elephant in the room. >> let me say to all of those of you that graduated from high school and had took some time to get back. it takes a lot of courage when you've been out of school two, four, six, eight years to say you know, i'm going back. i'm going back. people who aren't willing to risk fail aing never succeed. it's amazing at the pressure
you've attracted. the community college impressed me greatly. i hope that's what they write about. >> today the vice president will speak to jewish groups in florida and georgia about the iran nuclear deal. the president question is not it obama has enough votes to keep it alive in the senate but rather by how much. the 34th lawmaker comes out in favor of the agreement. that's the magic number to uphold the veto if senate passes resolution to kill the deal. secretary of state john kerry made another forceful case to undecided law make pers. 41 votes appears in reach, enough to keep the deal blocked in the deal from passing. >> rejecting this agreement would not send signal of resolve to iran. it would be broadcasting a message so puzzling most people across the globe would find it impossible to comprehend. it is hard to conceive of
quicker or more self-destructive blow to our nation's credibility and leadership. not only respect to this one issue, but i'm telling you across the board. economically, politically, militarily, even morally. we would pay unmeasurable price for this. >> hopefuls wasted no time for the deal going in effect. >> i think american people will look back and say this was the single worst thing this president did. i cannot believe a lot of these folks would agree without them getting something else from the president. i'd like the president chronicle what back room secret deals he's made. he made secret deals with iran. they've been released to press. >> i know how this works.
to northern illinois the man hunt continues for three suspects wanted in connection with the shooting death of a police officer. multiple helicopters and 50 police dogs were released yesterday at the spot the police officer's body was found. so far the search comes up empty. in fox lake, a vigil to honor the fallen officer. >> he was my best friend, hero, the love of my life for 26.5 years. he was my rock as much as i was his rock. every night he came home to me. >> such a sad story will there. meanwhile in baltimore, big win for prosecutor miss the freddie gray case. the charges dismissed against six officers that pleaded not
guilty in the 25-year-old's death in police custody. the judge ruled the officers will be tried separately given the wide range of charges. he also tried to get the attorney general remove ed from the case likening the quotes she made as a pep rally for pay back. that motion was denied. the next step is have the trial moved out of baltimore, discussed next week. county clerk from kentucky is expected in court this morning for refusal to grant licenses to same-sex marriage couples. she says it goes against her religious believes. >> there is a country clerk showing more courage, conviction and better understand happening of the constitution than virtually any elected official in america, than virtually any
candidate for president, and certainly more than many of the people who run our government in washington. i thank god for kim davis. i hope more americans stand with her. >> i don't think anybody should have to choose following their conscious, religious beliefs g giving up their job or financial sanction. it's wrong to force business owners in government. whether florists, musicians, and others. keep your job and follow your conscious. >> while i disagree with the court's decision, their actions are clear. in this particular case, this woman needs to make a decision of conscious. is she prepared to continue to work for the government, be paid for by the government in which she needs to execute the government's will or she feels so strongly she wants to sever employment with the government and seek employment elsewhere
where her religious liberties will be paramount over duties as a government employee. let's turn to business. volatility was the name of the game on wall street. stocks surged 2% in wednesday's trading after two day losing streak. jeff joins us live from london. good morning. >> hi louis. this is becoming the new normal. couple weeks of this volatility. to be honest, nobody thinks it will stop here. reasons remain the same as we've seen. dramatic declines in energy price. as far as china is concerned, we're worried how this economic slowdown is going to impact corporate profits. look at a company like gm for for example that makes a significant chunk of profit from chie ana, you have to see a the markets are trying to understand how much of impact on u.s. economy the china slow down will
have. volatility set to continue from here. back to you. >> there's a big jobs report out tomorrow. how do you think it will impact the fed rate increase? >> the irony of course is even as we have the market declines, better data coming out of north america. the jobs report wasn't far off the money. that was mine. we had a beige book on economic conditions that was good. the analysts have pencilled in 220,000 job gains in tomorrow's payrolls. if we get that number, it will be interesting to see how the market reacts. they'll figure the fed is running out of excuses not to lift off on first interest rate move in ages. so that's what the markets will be focused on when we get the jobs number tomorrow. back to you. >> thanks so much. still ahead on "way too early." >> i found the disease no one
has ever seen. >> nfl does not want to talk to you. >> you're going to war with a corporation that owns a day of the week other. >> no proof was presented. >> major drama over will smith's movie about head trauma and nfl. that story and a check on your weather when "way too early" comes right back. ♪ two streetlights. the only difference: that little blue thingy. you see it? that's a sensor.
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to new york city for u.s. open tennis. serena williams advances to third round after beating burton. it didn't come as easy as expected. serena had shaky play early, falling behind early. she headed to practice course after the match to work on her serve that led to ten double faults. we want to take you to tuesday where victoria's first round victory. she seemed to let her temper slip with disagreement when the line judge call went against her. >> he like scared me. you're kidding me? have you ever played tennis? >> yes. >> you did? you probably weren't very good. might be the donald trump of ten
mis. little fire on the court never hurt anybody. robert griffin iii had a 15 second standing ovation at redskins event yesterday accepting award for involvement with the military community. griffin's days in the washington uniform could soon come to an end. a lot of people probably upset about that. leading the phillies by a run in the second inning. >> over toward the line comes brown. got there. goes by him. brown flips over the wall. johnson racing for third. tejada out to get it. hernandez. tejada will score. inside the park home run.
>> any barnacle could have made that an in the park home run. i know you're happy. >> brown goes tumbling over the side wall sprinting to make that play. allowing time for tejada to make it around the bases for two run inside the park home run. mets win it. chris davis at the plate for the o's. >> high fly ball. there it goes. way, way back. it's another walk-off for davis. >> that's called walk-off. that's what i do everyday at 6:00 after the show. that's all i do. >> every good anchor and comedian has a good writer. >> that walk-off ends up in the center field bleachers and also takes the o's out of six game
losing streak. now a check on weather with meteorologist bill karins. >> feels like friday doesn't it? >> i need it to be friday. i've got a cast of characters here. >> joe and mika haven't walked in. good look. >> i know it. let's get to the labor day weekend. only bad weather passing michigan. northern michigan, bad weather. that's it. hot temperatures continue. it should hit 100 today in bismark, north dakota. near record heat. 95 dallas, 95 st. louis. this will be the hottest in the four to five day heat wave. we get areas of relief. philadelphia north ward, areas of relief. the hes rest of the nation stays warm to the start of labor day weekend. louis as far as the beach forecast, couldn't ask for better weather.
saturday and sunday is, all beaches look great. >> i need the salt water and tan. sometimes it depends. if i go to beach with barnacle, i rock a speedo. if he's not with me, you know -- >> you have matching speedo's? >> we do. this is going way off the rails. still ahead on "way too early" jeb bush is set to appear on stephen colbert's first late night show next week. has he already worn out his welcome? we'll have that when we come back. ♪ ♪
i found a disease no one has ever seen. >> repetitive head trauma chokes the brain. >> nfl does not want to talk to you. you gave their biggest boogy man a name. >> you're going to war r with a corporation that owns a day of the week. >> no proof was presented today. >> they want you to say you made it all up. men continue to die. >> who are you? >> tell the truth. tell the truth. >> that was a look at trailer for will smith's new movie about the doctor that discovered the effects of head trauma in professional football. sony is hitting back at claims
it softened the script to avoid protest from the nfl. according to new york times, e-mails from the sony hack show the studio executives discuss altering the film to portray it as a quote whistle blower. sony said quote anyone who sees the movie will know it never compromises the integrity and power of the real story. it's reported jeb bush is set to be one of the guest on stephen colbert hosting of the late night show. bush's campaign is using the appearance as a fund-raiser asking supporters to donate $3 to win a raffle to win a trip to see it in person. >> the contest is a great thing, but here'ses the thing. no one from the wam pain asked me if it was okay with me to raise money off my first show. where's my cut of that sweet 3
bucks gov? i'm sorry i'm yelling. again, you're the one that put an exclamation mark attend of your name. two can play this contest, sir. >> i'm launching my own jeb bush on the stephen colbert late show raffle. the lucky winner will be invited to the premiere of lake show and get one non obscene question i'll ask governor bush on their behalf. one question might be, don't you wish you consulted stephen before launching your contest? >> just too good. bush's raffle is $3 to enter. the gop candidate who's probably glad to be sparring with someone besides donald trump responded with this twitter video last night. >> hey stephen. i thought the host was amy schumer. i totally blew it. since it's you, we're lowering
the fee to $1. i'll enter yours to the yellow ribbon fund. >> nice to see. president obama met with native fishermen and women. he spoke to fisher woman about the trade the fish was suddenly spawning on him. you can see him drop the fish there. take a listen to what's going on there now. >> something got on my shoes. it was spawning a little bit which generally you don't want fish spawning on your feet. he said he was happy to see me. >> the president also sampled the salmon jerky announcing it outstanding and joined local kids performing a native dance.
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jeb bush and donald trump are going at it. they're exchanging insults on twitter, posting negative fvides about each other. earlier today we went on the street and we asked people, is president obama a muslim? >> is president obama a muslim? >> i don't know. shoot. >> he probably, is right? >> i said i don't know. >> is president obama a muslim? >> christian muslim. >> what does that mean? >> he's a muslim but he's a christian