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what donald trump doesn't get. america is great, because america is good. >> and with that the conventions are over as the final sprint to the general election begins. election day just 101 days away as hillary clinton tries to break the ultimate glass ceiling. meanwhile, democrats pile on donald trump's call for russian hackers to find clinton's deleted e-mails. with some now accusing him of treason. this as we learn about another possible hacking, this time the committee responsible for getting democrats elected to the house. it is 5:30 on the east coast, 2:30 out west. this is "way too early."
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good morning it's friday, july 29th, i'm chris jansing, live from philadelphia for this extended edition of "way too early." in a country that prides itself on firsts, last night a new one. hillary clinton is the first woman in the united states to win a major party's nomination. in philadelphia, she walked out to a sea of american flags, and the embrace of her daughter chelsea, before accepting her moment in history. >> and so, my friends, it is with humility, determination, and boundless confidence in america's promise that i accept your nomination for president of the united states! tonight, tonight we've reached a milestone in our nation's march toward a more perfect union. the first time that major party has nominated a woman for president.
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i'm happy for grandmothers, and little girls, and everyone in between. i'm happy for boys and men, because when any barrier falls in america, it clears the way for everyone. after all, when there are no ceilings the sky's the limit. >> clinton worked through a litry of policy issues, gun laws, even passing an amendment to overturn citizens united. but she faced plenty of time to contrast her opponent, donald trump. >> don't let anyone tell you that our country is weak, we're not. don't let anyone tell you we don't have what it takes. we do. and most of all, don't believe anyone who says i alone can fix
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it. he's forgetting every last one of us. americans don't say i alone can fix it. we say, we'll fix it together! now donald trump, donald trump says, and this is a quote, i know more about isis than the generals do. no, donald, you don't. he this -- he thinks he knows more than our military, because he claimed our armed forces are a disaster. so just ask yourself, you really think donald trump has the temperament to commander in chief? donald trump can't even handle the rough and tumble of a presidential campaign.
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imagine him in the oval office facing a real crisis. a man you can bait with a tweet is not a man we can trust with nuclear weapons. >> and done trump apparently took the bait, tweeting heavily last night. our way of life is under threat by radical islam and hillary clinton cannot even bring herself to say the words. he askeded, hillary's wars in the middle east have unleashed destruction, terrorism and isis across the world. in her speech, clinton did not use the phrase radical islam, but she did say she'll defeat isis and work to fight radicalization of young people in the u.s., and abroad. trump continued his tweet spree saying hillary's vision is a borderless world where working people have no power, no jobs, no safety. hillary will never reform wall street. she is owned by wall street. he concluded by saying, no one has worse judgment than hillary clinton.
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corruption and devastation follows her wherever she goes. as democrats celebrated hillary clinton's historic presidential nomination last night, donald trump set his sites on her former opponent as well, bernie sanders. he released an attack ad-style video on instagram yesterday slamming sanders for supporting clinton. ♪ >> and we have got to elect hillary clinton and tim kaine. >> if you do not listen to her -- will be shut down right now. right now! >> i say these words to you tonight, i am with you. i will fight for you. and i will win for you. >> trump's attack on sanders
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didn't stop there as he continued during his rally in iowa last night. >> she's trying to get the support of bernie sanders, who's exhausted. by the way, bernie, you know where bernie is now? he's sleeping. he would have had a far greater impact and legacy had he not made a deal. really. he made a deal with the devil. he got nothing for making the deal. and he got a vice presidential candidate that was against, like most of the things that he was talking about. >> the fbi is investigating a hack into computer systems at the democratic congressional campaign committee. reuters reports that according to four people familiar with the matter, the breach of the dccc may have been intended to obtain information about donors. it's unclear what data was exposed or if any of the stolen info was used to hack in to other systems. and "the washington post" reports that according to individuals familiar with the matter, russian government hackers are responsible, and it
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appears to be the same group that carried out the hack against the dnc earlier this year. sources told reuters the hacks may have begun as recently as last month. house democratic leadership has been informed of the investigation. according to reports, the dccc declined to comment. donald trump continues to face heavy criticism for his challenge to russian hackers to locate hillary clinton's missing e-mails. a number of democratic leaders yesterday added their voices to calls of treason by trump. >> donald trump has now spoken to vladimir putin, and said that putin and the russians, hack into the dnc's e-mails -- >> well i don't know that he spoke to putin personally. >> yeah. >> but he spoke out to putin -- >> yeah, yeah. >> in a manner that, if a democrat ever did it the republicans would accuse us of treason. the fact is, what he did is a treasonous act. >> it's very clear to me that donald trump is unfit, and frankly i think he's dangerous.
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i believe that there's a chance he violated the law with what he said, inviting a cyber attack of russia. a dictator who has violated all of our principles of liberty and freedom in russia. the nation he would invite a foreign nation to conduct an attack against our country, it's just beyond the pale, and i believe it violates the logan act and i think he should be investigated for that. i don't think it was a joke at all. >> i had a number of people come to me yesterday about the logan act. and he may have done that. he may have violated the law. he -- but, you know, this is not the first time, as you know, look at his business record. he's skirted the law long, long time. but what he said yesterday, and i'll repeat it here, you know, he's entitled, now he's the nominee, for briefings, cia briefings. and what i've suggested to the
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cia and i'll suggest it here, i would hope they would give him fake intelligence briefings. because they shouldn't give him anything that means anything, because you can't trust him. >> the logan act that senators mccaskill and reid mentioned is a centuries old law aimed at keeping private citizens from conducting foreign affairs without permission of the government. well, former republican nominee mitt romney was conspicuously absent from the republican convention, but that does not mean he's staying out of politics. speaking yesterday, libertarian presidential candidate gary johnson said that romney is considering endorsing him. >> have you spoken to mitt romney since he made those widely publicized remarks? >> yes, we have. >> how did that conversation go? >> well i think he's -- i think he's considering the possibility of doing this, and look -- >> considering the possibility of doing what? >> actually endorsing the two of us. >> really? >> yeah. >> you know him a lot better, you were governor of massachusetts. >> he's thinking about it, wolf and i don't want to press the
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point unless and until we get to 15% because then i think the case for it is overwhelming. you know, a couple of the bushes have already come out in support of us. we're very hopeful that governor jeb bush might see his way clear to supporting the ticket. but whether or not they do, we're creeping up on that figure that will get us in the debates, and i can almost guarantee you if we get to 15% you're going to get to 20%. >> coming up on "way too early," we'll tell you about the new gig vice president biden has lined up. plus the democrats and their balloons. lots and lots of balloons. that even stopped the secret service in their tracks. that and more next on "way too early."
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>> everybody's fuelled up on coffee and breakfast. i want to thank this historic institution, mcgillin's olde ale house. can we give this place a round of applause? all right, chris. vice president joe biden might be leaving office soon but he has already booked his next job. the vice president will be in new york city today to film an upcoming episode of law and order suv. this marks a reunion for biden and the show's lead actress mariska hargitay who have spoken out about domestic violence against women the two were just together last month at the white house for the united state of women summit in the episode he will play himself at a press conference where he will commend the special victims unit for their working including the rape kit backlog in new york city. now law and order svu returns on september 21st. no word on when that upcoming episode will air. all right will smith was jimmy fallon's very first guess on "the tonight show" and last
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night he felt like he really needed to make an entrance with his return smith was there to promote his new summer block buster "suicide squad" and he wanted to do it big. and i think the third time was definitely the charm. >> please welcome the one, the only, will smith! ♪ just committed suicide >> that was that was that was good. that was like that's a really, really good introduction. but i just like -- seem -- i think i can do it better. >> will smith! ♪ >> i think they deserve a little more than that.
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>> i think i got it this time. one more. >> one more. ♪ >> i think joe, mika and willie are going to ride in on a stallion this morning no just kidding. finally this morning the balloon drop the punctuation of the night that is traditional sea of balloons which buried thousands in the audience and clinton and her family onstage bill clinton even walked offstage with one. here for you is 30 seconds of balloons.
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♪ >> i don't know how i'm going to pray in this chaos. >> even the secret service could only look on in that situation, but every party must come to an end. msnbc posted this video of this very lucky guy. i guess he must have the worst job in the world last night. about 3 million balloons there, chris. >> i think osha requires ear plugs for that job. >> even if he had two of those sharp things that might make it a little quicker. >> can i just say i wouldn't be impressed if joe and mika rode
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in on stallions. if it was a donkey and an elephant then you've got my attention. i'm going to watch at the top of the hour. >> i'll try and make that happen. >> let's get a check of your weather now with nbc meteorologist bill karins. beware oversized balloons. >> those are youtube videos with the little dogs that run around popping all the balloons really fast that would work, too. this morning heavy rain around new york city. give yourself a little extra time the airport's going to have some significant delays plus flood watch still in effect. it will be dropped as we go throughout the morning as the rain begins to taper off a little bit. here's the latest radar. heaviest rains were right over downtown new york. now they're shifting up to the north. right along i-95. that's never a fun drive in the morning anyways. you add in the heavy rain in southern connecticut, that's not going to be fun. one batch of heavy rain, coming out of baltimore heading over the peninsula and move into delaware and southern new jersey this afternoon. so here's the timing on everything for today. scattered storms this morning with the heavy downpours. then by the time we get to your lunch hour we're just about done with it. even the sun should come out in
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some spots so it's really not going to ruin your whole day. bring the umbrellas this morning and then carry them home later on. this afternoon, widely scattered showers out there. you would be unlucky to get hit by any of those. the weekend all of the heat continues in the west, they continue to bake. we've already talked about the fires out there in california this week, and you know there's no end in sight to the heat and the dry weather. by the time we get in to saturday this is not going to be an all-day rain event for the mid-atlantic, we will see scattered afternoon storms and by the time sunday arrives all the heat moves into the middle of the country and we should have a decent day. i know it looks like it's going to be bad but even saturday and sunday hit and miss showers and storms many areas of the east coast. >> i'm watching the rain come down where i am, bill. thank you so much. >> you have about an hour of that. that's about it. then you're done. >> okay. up next, we'll check on the morning's big business headlines and we've got much more from the democratic national convention, "way too early" live from philadelphia, back in a moment.
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let's turn to business now with amazon has posted a record profit for the third straight quarter, surpassing analyst estimates. cnbc's julia chatterley joins us live from london. julia, good morning. so what does this mean for the future of this e-commerce giant? >> well, these are some great numbers, chris, good morning, as you said investors like what they're hearing, taking the stock up more than 2% in after-hours. sales rose at the fastest face in four years. and it was all about the north american consumers being the big spenders here. but to look to the future, cloud
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services is where they really showed strength, and yes, this is a challenging environment. lots of competition. but these guys are proving that they've got edge in this space. that's the area to watch. also a big beat from alphabet, google of course is 99% of their revenues here. there have been some concern about their strength in advertising, whether they could continue to do it, well they showed that they can. all about video with youtube, all about monetizing mobile. it's been a really great week for some of these tech sector earnings, and that's the place to watch today. back to you, chris. >> julia chatterley, live from london. thank you very much. when we come back, well, as former governor jennifer granholm to the list of democrats doing an impression of donald trump. we'll see if hearse is any better than tim kaine's. "way too early" in just a moment.
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wells fargo center and around the country to rise above partisan fights. >> we are being called like our foremothers and fathers to be the moral stipulators of your time. we -- we must -- we must shock this nation with the power of love. we must shock this nation with the power of mercy. we must shock this nation, and fight for justice for all. we can't give up on the heart of our democracy, not now, not ever! >> former michigan governor jennifer granholm also took the stage last night in an energized speech she mocked done trump and
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channeled singer carly simon. >> last week we heard about trump's hopeless vision of our country. and then he said, i alone can fix it. so, imagine donald trump's version of the constitution. i, the person, in order to form a more perfect union. or centuries later, i shall overcome. or, ask not -- ask not what i can do for my country, ask what my country can do for me. donald, donald, you're so vain. you probably think this speech is about you. don't you now?
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>> of course this wasn't the first time jennifer granholm was given a fiery speech at the dnc. let's take a look back at her 2012 appearance. >> and mitt romney did say let detroit go bankrupt. who took the wheel? barack obama! when america was losing 750,000 jobs per month, who gave us a lift? barack obama! when american markets broke down, who jump-started our engine? barack obama! and when america needed it most, who got us rolling again on the road to recovery? barack obama. america, we need to rev up our engines in your car, and on your ballot, the "d" for drive forward, the "r" for reverse. in this election, we are driving forward, not back.
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let's re-elect our great president, barack obama! >> the inimitable jennifer granholm. that's going to do it for me and "way t way too early. morning joe starts right now. donald trump, you ask americans to trust you with their future. let me ask you, have you even read the united states constitution? i will gladly lend you my copy. in this document look for


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