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it's monday, october 19th. right now on physician first look" the battle between donald trump and jeb bush over president bush's role in the 9/11 tragedy, a political blame game. incredible images of devastation as typhoon slams into the fill peends with 150-mile-per-hour winds and the equivalent of six feet of rain. police are still searching for a shooter who opened fire, killing one and wounding five at a florida zombie festival. the mets have the cubs against the wall as they head to wrigley. deflate gate rivals battle at indy and ed ye murphy trading places with mark twain? "first look" starts right now. good monday morning to you.
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thanks for joining us today. i'm betty nguyen. 55 weeks until election day 2016 but this upcoming week could prove to be explosive. "the washington post" is reporting the inside story of trump campaign's connections to a big money superpack. the campaign strongly denies green lighting the make america great again pack and threatening a lawsuit should "the washington post" report truch has given his blessing. if true this could hurt the reputation of a candidate. on the other side of the race, bernie sappeders is reacting to larry david's portrayal of him on "snl." >> i own one pair of underwear, that's it. some of these billionaires, they have three, four pairs and i don't have a dryer. i have to put my clothes on the radiator. >> last week i bought my second pair of underwear. that's a joke. my name is larry david and
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bernie asked me to do the show. >> all eyes in the political world are fixed on thursday. why? when hillary clinton will testify before the house benghazi committee. nbc's brian moore is in washington for us. good morning. what is the latest with this? >> betty, last week hillary clinton was debating her democratic opponents and this week a showdown with the republicans here on capitol hill. >> hillary, hillary. >> democratic front-runner hillary clinton is prepping for a house hearing on benghazi she says is motivated by politics. >> i don't know that i have very much to add. this is after all the eighth investigation. >> house republicans say the hearing is not about her last name. >> we have' already talked to 50 people not named clinton. we'll talk to another couple dozen not named clinton. >> reporter: at a north texas presidential forum featuring six gop candidates clinton was an easy target. >> krnt clinton's ratihillary c
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rationale for her candidacy seems to be she's a woman. >> when god fixes a problem he doesn't just do a paint job, he ifices it from the inside. >> in public life today it is so important to be able to pray and to think about things calmly because the world has been turned asunder. >> reporter: an opportunity to upstage donald trump. >> we'll get this done, right? we have no choice. >> reporter: the front-runner who didn't attend but dominates the republican race. meanwhile, we're still waiting word on whether vice president biden will or won't jump into the race. betty in. >> we've been waiting for a little while. hopefully we'll hear soon. thncht morni this morning a brewing fire storm over republican contenders who is to blame for the 9/11 terror attack. kristen welker has our report. >> the war of words between donald trump and jeb bush is heating up using 9/11 and the
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former president george w. bush to again jab at jeb. >> i don't want jeb bush to say my brother kept us safe because september 11th was one of the worst days in the history of this country. >> my brother responded to a crisis and he did it as you would hope a president would do. he unite the country. >> reporter: the fight got started friday when trump threw the first punch. >> when you talk about george bush, say what you want, the world trade center came down during his time. >> hold on, you can't blame george bush. >> he was president. don't blame him or don't blame him but he was president. >> reporter: the front-runner argued his immigration policies would have prevented the attack. >> i believe if i were running things i doubt those families would have, i doubt those people would have been in the country. >> reporter: but bush hit back. >> it looks as though he's an actor playing the role of a candidate for president, mr. trump talks about things that as though he's still on "the apprentice." >> reporter: characteristically trump wanted the last word
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tweeting "jeb, why did your brother attack and destabilize the middle east attacking iraq when there were no weapons of mass destruction? bad info?" >> chaos at a top peculiar zombie themed street festival in florida saturday night, just before midnight a person opened fire. police cleared the area and many of the 20,000 attendees ran while some wondered if it was part of the event. 20-year-old died at the scene, four others hospitalized, but expected to recover. it's not clear if those involved were zombi con participants. in israel the latest incident in months of attacks at a bus station in bershiva sunday. he opened fire with the m-16 rifle kill the soldier and
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wounding four civilians before being shot himself. the incident was most brazen as six other palestinians were killed in attacks on civilians or police. authorities erected a concrete wall at the entrance of one arab district in jerusalem where at least three of the attackers are from. secretary of statesays he plans to meet with israeli prime minister bng benning palestinian president mahmoud abbas later this week. the the comedy turned tout celebrate eddie murphy, honored with the mark twain prize for american humor. current and former "saturday night live" cast praised the comedy legend as well as new faces. >> what i think of when i think of eddie murphy? i think of every single year or every single decade he's been a part of. he's he the pinnacle of entertainment. >> tracy morgan helped rev up the crowd during the ceremony. murphy treated the audience to
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his first on stage jokes in nearly 30 years and months after declining to reprise his fameis bill cosby impression, he said bill has one of these. did you all make him give it back? he spent five minutes impersonating cosby for the audience and turned to honor itself, joking the prize involves money. the tribute airs on pbs november 23rd. now to a minnesota community still in mourning after a sheriff's deputy was shot and killed in the line of duty. 60-year-old steven sandberg was guarding a domestic violence suspect at a st. cloud hospital sunday morning. he was fatelogical a shot. security officers tased the suspect who became unresponsive and later died. steven sandberg was a 24-year veteran of the atkin county sheriff's office. minnesota's governor called his killing senseless. seven minutes past the hour. time to get down to business
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with cnbc's landy dowdy. happy monday to you. >> happy monday to you as well. futures are mixed ahead of the open and comes after the dow, s&p 500 and nasdaq posted their third week of gains in a row. the dow closing up 74 points on friday to 17,215 and the s&p is on pace for its biggest monthly gain in four years. amazon going after fake reviewers. the e-commerce giant filing a complaint in seattle court accusing more than 1,000 individuals are misleading customers selling fake product reviews. eight not the first time amazon has taken legal action against this sort of deception. the company went after a group of websites doing the same thing back in april. getting back to china, economic growth declined to 6.9% in the latest quarter, the lowest level in six years. beijing has been under pressure to cut interest rates further and take other measures to spur activity as investment goals. the bright spot, relative robust
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spending by chinese consumers. betty, back over to you. >> thank you so much. taking to you sports action, mets/cubs a frigid queens, new york, with the windchill in the low 20s. mets strike first with a david wright rbi double to center field and then red hot daniel murphy hits his fifth homer of the playoffs with the two-run blast to right field putting the mets up 3-0. monster shot, but granderson manages to rob coughlan of a home run. cespedes an rbi infield single to granderson to the delight of comedian jerry seinfeld and the mets win it 4-1 with a 2-0 lead as the teams head to chicago for game three on tuesday at wrigley
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field. now, to football and the patriots/colts. one massachusetts man set up a halloween gate which he thought was a witch hunt. gronkowski a 25-yard touchdown. the 6'3" 250 pound jamie collins leaps over the colts line in a perfectly timed snap to block the last minute field goal attempt, just incredible, pats win 34-27. miami/titans. this pick to rashad jones, he scrambles toward the end zone and a flying somersault with a twist. four touchdowns, dolphins win 38-10. the nfl has five unbeaten teams in the sixth week of play. the bs and the ps leading the way, the bengals, broncos, packers and patriots all perfect. a halloween warning that
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everyone dressing up will want to hear about. plus the latest on lamar odom's medical condition. and snow in october? is more ahead this week? you're watching "first look."
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and 70s by the end of this week. we have the freeze warnings this morning, all the way down to raleigh and charlotte, a cold air mass to be this far south it's normal to get snow this time in new england, but 33 in raleigh at the airport, 30 in nashville, and up to the north where it did snow a little bit still in the 20s this morning and if there's any breeze whatsoever, the windchill will be down there in the teens so it's definitely a winter coat, hats and gloves for the kids this morning. look at the warmup this week, d.c. to 75 by wednesday. new york city hits mid-70s by wednesday and thursday. same more raleigh and charlotte. so all of the east it's a cold morning, cold day today and a really quick warmup. middle of the country is already in the 80s today. chicago is beautiful. minneapolis at 76 degrees. if there's any big weather story this week towards the end of the week, we'll get heavy rains in texas. we've had a pretty much drought situation over the last couple of months. texas could use the rain and looks like that's going to come not until about friday into next weekend.
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until then it's a nice warmup. >> mid 80s, perfecto. i'm loving that. thank you so much. check this out, some shocking helmet cam video out of north texas shows a car slamming into a motorcycle on saturday knocking that off the road and you can see the driver of the motorcycle limping afterward. he suffered cuts from the crash while his girlfriend broke a wrist. spokesman says the car driver may face fell me charges. typhoon kopu destroyed homes, roads and bridges, two people are confirmed dead, 16,000 displaced, with hinds up to 150 miles an hour. the typhoon is equivalent to a category 4 hurricane. there are positive signs being reported about former nba star lamar odom's condition. an anonymous friend told nbc news he has been "in and out of wakefulness." he's also been able to have short conversations with others. odom, who is still though in icu, was found unconscious in a
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nevada brothel last week. with halloween coming up, new york senator chuck schumer warns that halloween makeup may be harmful to your health. >> the industry report tested products that were made in china, face paint and makeup, ten out of ten had the dangerous chemicals. >> those dangerous chemicals include lead, nickel and cobalt. schumer is calling for routine tests and full disclosure of components in halloween makeup. is paul ryan having second thoughts on running for speaker? "scrambled politics" is next.
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coming up on 20 minutes past the hour, time for your monday edition of "scrambled politics." all right, there are reports that a big name could be hopping into a key political race. sorry. not joe biden just yet. cbs is reporting though that congressman paul ryan is "open to running for speaker" but there is reportedly a big caveat. he doesn't want to give in to the demands of the far right freedom caucus in exchange for votes. speaking of the far right, senator ted cruz sat down with chuck todd on "meet the press" to talk 2016 and somewhat surprising take on the trump campaign. >> i think donald's campaign has been immensely beneficial for our campaign, and the reason is he's framed the central issue of this republican primary as who will stand up to washington. >> you knew we'd have to do it at some point here, right?
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biden watch, the vice president will share the stage with jimmy carter tomorrow night in an event that is honoring walter mondale. carter gave us an update on his fight with cancer yesterday as he taught sunday school. >> in the middle of december they're going to do another mri scan of my brain and my body to see what the progress is being made but until then i'm just trusting in god to take care of me and i've been really appreciative of all the good wishes i've had. >> definitely we wish him well. if if you are standing you might want to find a seat at least for a second. why? well lindsay lohan says she might just run for president in 2020. part of her plan as detailed on instagram of course is to take care of all the children suffering in the world. now of all the problems with this scenario, here's perhaps the biggest one. she won't be 35, which is a requirement for president. but just for fun, buy it now, kanye/lohan 2020 stickers. here is your second helping
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of larry david's impression of bernie sanders. >> not a fan of the banks. they transform on the middle class, they control washington, and why do they chain all their pens to the desks? who's trying to steal a pen from a bank? you know what i don't understand, america? these podiums. what are you supposed to do with your elbows? rest them on top? they're too short. >> that is your morning dish of "scrambled politics." i could watch that for days. 22 minutes past the hour, joined by politico reporter lee munsel. >> good morning, betty. >> had trump been president during 9/11 his immigration policy would have prevented the attacks so says he. has he gone way too far? clearly jeb bush is fighting mad over it. >> obviously and for republicans an off limits sort of thing to
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say that president bush could be blamed for 9/11, for democrats as well, not a talking point people typically go for. donald trump doesn't shy away from different talking points and also walked it back a little pit. he said he didn't blame bush for 9/11 but was just saying it happened on his watch. obviously jeb bush is going after that comment. he's not at all kind of letting that slide, but what it does is it forces jeb bush to defend his brother's record rather than his own. in some way it's a smart political move which is what a lot of jeb bush's opponents is to get him on the record defending his brother's presidency. >> on one of the sunday political shows jeb bush was asked blaming hillary clinton for benghazi was the equivalent of blaming his brother for 9/11. an interesting question. will his answer satisfy voters? >> his answer was those are different scene nair yoes and the questions that remain about
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hillary clinton's response to requests for a more security at the embassy, they need to find out more information was what he said before you can really determine who is to blame or what the blame there is, but absolutely that was an interesting point that was brought up by jake tapper. >> quickly speaking of clinton, how important of a week is this in this benghazi investigation? >> well, it's huge. trey gowdy's panel has been looking into benghazi and looking into what happened and they're ready to kind of bring a lot of those findings to light and they're going to take the time to talk to hillary clinton about it. obviously it's not necessarily what she wants to be talking about at this point in the campaign. >> we'll see if any of clearing the air occurs here, although i have a feeling it's still a long road ahead. leigh, thanks for joining us today. we appreciate it. just ahead, details on a big change coming for drone operateors. tina fey returns to the "snl" anchor desk and gets an indecent proposal.
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now here's a look ahead. the faa and u.s. department of transportation will announce new regulations for drone operators that will require this dome register with the d.o.t., stemming from concerns over recent close calls between drones and commercial airliners. will be up "star wars" fans. they have a new poster for "the force awakens" ferevealed durin monday night football. tina fey returned to "snl" turned about arm butts and
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playboy, shattering any dream of posing for the magazine, playboy responded offering her an opportunity to show more than her arm butt in the last nude issue. no word on whether she'll take them up on that. >> i don't think so. >> i don't think so either. way too early" starts now. >> what happened before, during and after benghazi. i get there's a presidential campaign going on. i have told my own republican colleagues and krenfriends shut talking about things you don't know anything about. >> tensions flair as the benghazi panel prepares for critical testimony from hillary clinton this week. is the committee's credibility already shot? plus the feud heats up with jeb bush hitting back at donald trump's claims about his brother and 9/11. >> i don't know why he keeps bringing this up. across the spectrum of foreign policy mr. trump talks about things that as though he's still on "the apprentice."
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>> i'm not blaming george bush but i don't want jeb bush to say my brother kept us safe, because september 11th was one of the worst days in the history of this country. an more violence in israel and the west bank as secretary of stateprepares john kerry pre meet with leaders on both sides this week. it's 5:30 on the east coast, 2:30 out west, and it's "way too early." ♪ >> good morning, everybody. it's monday, october 19th, i'm amy holmes. donald trump is taking his feud with jeb bush to new heights or lows, and it began with this interview. >> i think i'm much more competent than all of


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