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all these people in just a few weeks i think. >> matt katz from wnyc, thanks for the time. appreciate it. >> sure, steve. >> that's going to do it for us tonight.time. appreciate it. >> sure, steve. >> that's going to do it for us tonight. we'll see you again tomorrow. "way too early" is up next. misunderstood or out of line? >> it's very clear what donald trump was implying. >> he didn't call for hillary clinton to be assassinated. >> it's not a joke. >> you're not going to use the joke defense. >> it's fairly clear. >> i'm not confused. >> he wasn't talking about imply mentation of policy. he was talking about what were to happen if donald trump were elected. he's right. >> i'm speechless. i'm trying to follow your logic here, ka ttrina and i'm having hard time. >> who is with him and who is
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against him? >> and the plot thickens. we're following reports that the hacking of tom democratic officials was more widespread than first thought. >> a wild scene outside of trump tower yesterday after a man scaled more than 20 stories up the building saying he had a message for mr. trump. it's 5:00 a.m. on the east coast, 2:00 a.m. out west. this is "way too early." ♪ i'm on top of the world, hey ♪ i'm on top of the world, hey ♪ i've been waiting on this for a while ♪ ♪ holding it in for a while ♪ take you in if i can good morning, it's thursday august 11th. i'm louise berg dor f alongside betty win. >> a hack is wider than previously reported. potentially affecting the counts. siting officials with knowledge of the case.
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we initially learned the dnc were impacted but now it seems the hacking extended to the democratic governor's association and others. the paper sited democrats involved in the fbi investigation. the personal accounteds of clinton campaign officials and party operatives are also said to have been targeted. u.s. national security officials say they're confident russian intelligence agencies hacked the dnc. the content of some e-mails forced top dnc staffers including chair debbie wasserman schultz to resign on the eve of her party's convention. e-mails from hillary clinton's state department staff are once again putting her family's foundation in the spotlight. here is nbc's kristen welker. >> reporter: state department e-mails raising fresh questions about the relationship between the clinton family foundation and secretary clinton's state department. one, dated 2009, a clinton foundation executive e-mailed
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secretary clinton's top advisers huma abedin and cheryl mills requesting they set up a meeting between a billionaire donor and u.s. ambassador to lebanon. this is very important he said. critics have bounced on foreign donations whether that brought access to the state department. >> it's called play for play. >> reporter: last year bill clinton defending the foundation to cynthia mcfadden. >> we have never done anything knowingly inappropriate in terms of taking money to influence any kind of american government policy. >> reporter: the clinton campaign telling nbc news these new e-mails don't relate to the foundation's work and they say the donor never met with the ambassador. >> that was kristen welker reporting. hillary clinton is heading to michigan today where she'll deliver a speech laying out her economic agenda. she'll head to the detroit area where according to her complain she'll discuss good paying jobs and economy that works for everyone, not just those at the
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top. this comes on the heels of the economic policy speech donald trump made on monday. at a campaign rally in florida last night, donald trump launked an attack against hillary clinton for having the father of the orlando nightclub shooter seated behind her at a campaign event earlier this week. >> wasn't it terrible when the father of the animal that killed the wonderful people in orlando was sitting with a big smile on his face right behind hillary clinton? and by the way, including a lot of the people here, how many of you people know me? a lot of you people know me, right? when you get those seats, you sort of know the campaign. so when she said well, we didn't know. he knew. they knew. but how would you -- how did you like that picture? >> but shortly after saying those words, trump drew his own scrutiny. disgraced mark foley was sitting
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behind the republican nominee during the rally. foley was forced to resign his seat back in 2006 after he became embroiled in a scandal over suggested e-mails and internet messages to congressional pages. thomas roberts reached out to foley after the rally and asked him if he is a trump supporter and voting for him. foley replied, yes, he's been a friend of mine for 30 years and one of my biggest contributors. trump donated $8,500 to foley between 1997 and 2006. nbc news has reached out to ask whether the trump campaign knew foley was attending the rally. the campaign did not immediately respond. nbc news does know however that several of the seats in the rows behind trump did have reserve signs. >> also at his rally in florida last night, donald trump tackled the subject of foreign policy and while discussing the war in iraq, he made these claims about president obama. >> we unleashed fury all over
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the middle east. and it was a terrible mistake. and then obama came in and normally you want to clean up. he made a bigger mess out of it. in many respects, you know, they honor president obama. isis is honoring president obama. he is the founder of isis. he is the founder of isis. okay? he is the founder. he founded isis. and i would say the co-founder would be crooked hillary clinton. co-founder. so you hear all of, oh, what would trump do with ukraine and what does he know about foreign policy and crimea? they didn't say that crimea was taken. a long time ago. and then they say, would you get
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it back? and if you say no, they say you're weak. why was it let go? if you say yes, you start world war iii. this was started during the administration of barack hussein obama. >> last night trump railed against the media's coverage. >> what i said was absolutely everybody was there. they heard it. they thought it was fine. rudy giuliani was there. he defended it this morning and said it was absolutely fine. what we're talking about is political power. there's tremendous political power to save the second amendment, tremendous. and you look at the power they have in terms of votes. that's what i was referring to obviously that's what i was referring to. >> i would actually say that the media is almost as crooked as
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crooked eed hillary clinton. i mean that. look at the way they covered that story yesterday. was that disgusting? was that disgusting? and by the way, we have our second amendment. we need our second amendment protected. >> now, one reporter on the ground said rally goers began chanting -- lock them up -- -- referring to the press. hillary clinton campaigning in iowa yesterday she made it clear she saw fault in trump's word describing them as part of a familiar pattern. >> words can have tremendous consequences. yesterday we witnessed the late nest a long line of casual comments from donald trump that crossed the line. his casual cruelty to a gold star family, his casual
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suggestion that more countries should have nuclear weapons and now his casual inciting of violence. every single one of these incidents shows us that donald trump simply does not have the temperament to be president and commander in chief of the united states. >> millions were captivated by the spectacle that unfolded 20 stories up on trump tower in new york yesterday. i was one of the people on the streets staring up in astonishment. he was apprehend after scaling the all glass face of trump tower using suction cups. the entire ordeal lasted three hours with the man refusing to give himself up. police say when they saw the opportunity to grab him, they went for it. >> i was lowering the safety line to him to explain to him he should lock himself in.
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god forbid something should happen. if you lock this in, at least if you get tired, you will have it anyou won't fall. he refused to take the line. his thing was he wanted to go talk to trump. >> amazing job by new york's finest there. rigatta was taken to the hospital for a psychological evaluation. as you heard the officer say, rigatta claimed he wanted to deliver a message to trump who lives in the penthouse. nbc news has not independently confirmed it's rigatta, it appears to be the same person. >> hello, mr. trump. please do excuse my manner of appearance. i don't know how many people will watch this. i'm an independent researcher seeking a private audience with you to discuss an important matter. i guarantee that it is in your interest to honor this request. believe me, my purpose is not significant i would not risk my
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life pursuing it. the reason i climbed your tower was to get your attention. if i had sought this via conventional means i would be much less likely to have success because you're a busy man with many responsibilities. i'll get my contact information to your campaign so that if you are interested you can respond. >> in the video, he encouraged people to vote for trump in the election. trump posted to twitter thanking the nypd for protecting everyone and saving the climber. trump released the statement saying in part, this man performed a ridiculous and dangerous part caused unnecessary deployment of new york's finest to protect the safety and the safety of everyone in the building. he caused the shutdown of traffic on fifth avenue. i'm 100% certain the nypd had better things to do. disorderly conduct and criminal trespass are likely the charges,
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though so far none have been filed. >> thank you. authorities in canada say they foiled an alleged suicide bomb plot on a major canadian city. details are still coming in, but so far the government says it received credible information of a potential terrorist threat in southern ontario. according to the cbc, the suspect detonated one device and was planning to detonate another when police shot him and killed him. that according to information reportedly given to the suspect's family by police. authorities believe he was acting alone. the man in his early 20s was arrested last year for alleged ties to terrorist activity. he was under a court order not to associate with any extremist association. at least two dozen people are injured including several firefighters after a massive fire rocked an apartment building in maryland overnight. more than 160 firefighters were on the scene battling the three-alarm fire in silverspring. they made numerous rescues in heavy fire conditions.
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authorities say the fire was fueled by natural gas and caused significant damage. several surrounding buildings were also damaged as spokesperson for the montgomery county fire and ems says debrises indicate the cause of the fire was a possible explosion. over 90 people have been displaced and a temporary sherlt has been set up for affected residents. the man known as the grim sleeper serial killer has been sentenced to death. he was convicted on ten counts on first degree murder for killing nine women and one teenage girl between 1985 and 2007. many of the victims were prostitutes. more than 15 family members of victims spoke during the emotional sentencing while franklin has denied any role in the killings, he is suspected in other unsolved slayings. still ahead on "way too early" -- one of chris christie's former allies will go on trial in the bridge scandal. and there was an alleged coverup
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welcome back to "way too early." chris christie can't seem to shake the george washington bridge scandal. according to newly released court documents a christie aid sent a text message to the colleague while the governor was speaking at a news conference in december 2013 saying the governor quote flat out lied when she denied that senior staff and his campaign manager were involved in the scandal. christie consistently said he knew nothing about the lane closures that prosecutors say were meant to create traffic jams after the mayor declined to endorse christie's re-election bid. yesterday christie poured cold
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water on the claim. >> of course. absolutely dispute it. it's ridiculous. it's nothing new. that's it. there's nothing new to talk about. >> there's a text message saying while you were giving your press conference in 2013 you were lying. one of your own people said you lied during your press conference. >> well, and she was wrong. >> why would they say that? why would they say that if they were wrong? >> you spent 90 minutes at a press difference w-- >> governor christie rocking a mets t-shirt. >> there's a tornado in connecticut? >> even on long island. it was very weak during the afternoon hours we had the storms rolling on through. did a little bit of damage. this is an ef-0 tornado. those are the weakest type of tornados. the winds were only about 70 to maybe at most 80 miles per hour. but it did knock out power to some and knock down a few trees. that can be dangerous enough. this is down on the southern
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shore right along the water in connecticut. that was yesterday afternoon. the worst weather is moving through the dakotas and now minnesota. the big story, though, is the humidity. everybody felt it yesterday from the gulf coast north ward. we have moisture from the gulf, moisture up the east coast from the atlantic. that's why it's so humid out there. because of that, now we'll get the heat and humidity mixing. we have heated a v ed a viadvia. heat warning around philadelphia. and we have heat advisories from brownsville to kansas city and st. louis. in the middle of the country. getting worse as we go to the east coast. 100 plus in the pink here. it will feel about 108 in tulsa. 110 in dallas. san antonio 106. you get the idea, very hot conditions. i know it's been a hot summer, so it won't feel that much different than all the rest of the days you had. today could be more dangerous
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especially in oklahoma. head towards the weekend, we do cool off a little bit in memphis. cincinnati will cool off considerably by sunday. all of the heat will be heading to the east. baltimore will go through one of its hottest stretches. 105 friday heat index. 107 on saturday. 104 on sunday. you see where the worst of the conditions will be this upcoming weekend. it will be one of those weekends where you need to be near the water or ocean or lake or somewhere air-conditioned. new york city on saturday, worst day for you, 106 it will feel like. boston 101 on friday. washington, d.c. probably one of the hot indexes over the weekend, could be 108 on saturday. today's forecast dangerous heat in the southern plains especially oklahoma. straight thunderstorms. betty, this time of year, this hot and this humid, you almost welcome the afternoon rain showers. >> absolutely. >> the frizz factor is off the charts. >> there were way too many 100s on that map. that's just insane younchts look at the calendar. this could be one of the last big heat waves.
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and ryan lochte. lochte became the second most decorated swimmer of winning gold alongside phelps in tuesday's freestyle relay finished behind phelps in the semifinal. the two athletes outswam the rest of the field by about a second and will be seeking individual glory as they go head-to-head in the final. olympic diving officials are claiming they finally figured out what's wrong with the water in rio. we're talking about the diving pool that mysteriously turned green, a fphenomenon that later spread. it's no health threat to the athletes and the discorrelatidi. beginning at noon, you can watch the rio olympic games right here on msnbc followed by our regularly scheduled programming starting at 5:00 p.m. eastern with "meet the press" daily with chuck todd. let's go back state side for the
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you think you have the best location, right? and you do in one way. but the people behind me are on television. they're going to be famous. they're going to be famous. they're going to be famous. >> turns out one of the people behind him is already famous, more like infamous. we'll tell you who showed up at a trump rally just days after he criticized clinton for having an unwanted guest. plus, new reports that the hacking of top democratic officials was more widespread than first thought. find out what other groups were targeted. the ceo of delta airlines does damage control after three-straight days of cancelled and delayed flights. it's 5:30 on the east coast,
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2:30 out west. this is "way too early." ♪ good morning, everybody. it's thursday, august 11th. betty nguyen alongside louis burgdorf. it looks like a hack of top democratic officials are wider than previously thought. potentially affecting the accounts of more than 100 party groups. siting officials with knowledge of case. we initially learned that the dnc and the party's congressional arm were impacted. the governor's association and others. the paper sites democrats involved in the fbi investigation. now the personal accounteds of clinton campaign officials are said to have been targeted. u.s. national security officials are confident that russian
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intelligence agencies hacked the dnc. the political fallout has been severe. the content of some e-mails forced top dnc staffers including chair debby wasserman shulgts to resign. hillary clinton campaigned with her tuesday in florida. meanwhile, e-mails from hillary clinton state department staff are once again putting her family's foundation in the spotlight. here is nbc's kristen welker. >> raising fresh questions about the relationship between the clinton family foundation and secretary clinton's state department. one, dated 2009, a clinton foundation executive e-mailed secretary clinton's top advisers huma abedin and cheryl mills requesting they set up a meeting between a billionaire donor and the u.s. ambassador to lebanon. this is very important he said. critics have pounced on foreign donations to the foundation, questioning whether that bought donor's access to the state department. >> it's called pay for play.
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>> reporter: last year, bill clinton defending the foundation to cynthia mcfadden. >> we have never done anything knowingly inappropriate in terms of taking money to influence any kind of american government policy. >> reporter: the clinton campaign telling nbc news these new e-mails don't relate to the foundation's work and they say the donor never met with the ambassador. >> that was kristen welker reporting there. at a campaign rally in florida last night, donald trump launched an attack for having the father of the orlando nightclub shooter seated behind her at a campaign event earlier this week. >> wasn't it terrible when the father of the animal that killed the wonderful people in orlando was sitting with a big smile on his face right behind hillary clinton? and by the way, including a lot of the people here -- how many of you people know me? a lot of you people know me,
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right? see? when you get those seats, you sort of know the campaign. so when she said well, we didn't know. he knew. they knew. but how would you -- how did you like that picture? >> but shortly after saying those words, trump drew his own scrutiny. it turns out disgraced former congressman mark foley was sitting behind the republican nominee during the rally. foley was forced to resign his seat in 2006 after he became embroiled in a scandal over suggested e-mails and internet messages to congressional pages. msnbc thomas roberts asked foley if he's a trump supporter and voting for michl foley replied, yes, he's been a friend of mine for 30 years and one of my biggest contributors. trump donated $8,500 to foley between 1997 and 2006. nbc news reached out to ask whether the trump campaign knew foally was attending the rally. the campaign did not immediately respond.
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meanwhile, louis, trump is denying his campaign got a talking to from the u.s. secret service about his words. at issue, his comment about second amendment people stopping clinton from appointing judges, which the clinton campaign and others called a threat of violence. now yesterday cnn reported the secret service had more than one conversation with the trump campaign about his rhetoric. but trump denied a meeting has taken place. the secret service had not formally spoken with trump about the remark. secret service never spoke to me or my campaign. made up story by cnn as a hoax. totally dishonest. last night trump railed about the media's coverage of the comment. >> what i said was absolutely was there, heard it, thought it was fine. rudy giuliani was there and he defended it this morning and said it was absolutely fine. what we're talking about is political power. there's tremendous political power to save the second amendment, tremendous. you look at the power they have
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in terms of votes and that's what i was referring to, obviously that's what i was referring to. >> i would actually say that the media is almost as crooked as crooked hillary clinton. i mean that. look at the way they covered that story yesterday. was that disgusting? was that disgusting? and by the way, we have our second amendment. we need our second amendment protected. >> now, one reporter on the ground said rally goers began chanting -- lock them up -- referring to the press. rally in south florida donald trump took on the obama administration's toughness on foreign policy last night and even its knowledge. >> you know, recently they asked me a question about ukraine. and i said, well, wait a minute,
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crimea was taken during the obama -- we're talking about this tough regime, donald trump doesn't know -- i think i know more than all of them because i have common sense. i have common sense. >> so you hear all of, oh, what would trump do with ukraine and what does he know about foreign policy and crimea? they didn't say that crimea was taken a long time ago. then they say, would you get it back? and if you say no, they say you're weak. why was it let go? and if you say yes, you start world war iii, right? this was taken during the administration of barack hussein obama. okay? >> trump also took a trip to coal country yesterday. he visited appalachian, virginia, where he talked about how he connected with some mine workers after an event this past spring. >> i brought over some of the monitors and we were talking
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after the speech. i said, could i ask you -- would you ever think of leaving and going into a different industry? going into a different job. and they all said -- i understood this very well because my father was in real estate, i went into real estate and we sort of do that, they said, mr. trump, we love mining. we don't want to do anything else. we love mining. i so understood that. it was so incredible. and they all said it like at the same time. they want to be miners, but their jobs have been taken away and we're going to bring them back, folks. we're going to bring them back. if i get in, this is what it is, okay? and -- and -- >> well, the clinton campaign is stepping up efforts to expand the map to court gop voters. tim kaine campaigned in louisiana last night and in texas yesterday and tuesday and at her rally in des moines, clinton invoked republicans who have recently endorsed her. >> i am humbled and moved by the
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republicans who are willing to stand up and say that donald trump doesn't represent their values. and i will work hard for the next three months to earn the support of anyone willing to put our country first. >> clinton has also written a new op-ed for desert news a newspaper published by the church of jesus christ of latter day saints of salt lake city, utah. the op-ed is entitled "what i have in common with utah leaders, religious freedom and the constitution." in it she explains the importance of religious tolerance. writing in part -- it's easy to forget that trump showed us his true colors early on when he proposed banning all muslims to our shores. to this day, i wonder if understands the implications of his proposal. authorities in canada say they foiled an alleged bomb plot on a major canadian city.
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so far the government says it received credible information of a potential terrorist threat in southern ontario. according to the cbc, the suspect detonated one device and was planning to detonate another when the police shot and killed him. that's according to information reportedly given to the suspect's family by police. authorities believe he was acting alone. the associated press reports the man was in his early 20s and was arrested last year for alleged ties to terrorist activity. he was under a court order not to associate with any extremist organization. delta airline ceo is taking full responsibility for the computer system failure that forced his company to cancel more than 2,000 flights over the last three days. speaking yesterday ed bastien said the incident was a one-time event and not reflective of his company. >> my message is that we're sorry that this happened and that we are known to be a high quality, highly reliable airline with great people that get
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people to their destination in the safest and most effective and efficient means possible. we'll continue to provide that high caliber of service that we've become known for. again, the technology outage was an incident. it's not who we are. and we'll recover. >> let's get more on that and the morning's other business stories. want to go to cnbc who joins us now live from london. good morning. >> good morning to you. listen, we're still following up from this delta saga with all the outages that we experienced here over the last couple days. in fact, more than 2,000 flights having been cancelled as of yesterday. so, it's a very, very big portion of flights that are cancelled from what we're looking at. the delta ceo was asked in an interview with a.p. about his thoughts on the situation. he was asked about whether or not there was some false expectations from passengers given that he and other people in management have been talking so much about the airline's
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record days without cancellations. he says it doesn't reflect the quality of delta services they provide. he was asked about short-term impact on bookings. look, it's simply been too short a time frame to determine what the impact is going to be. when he was asked about the longer term impact he went on to say that he's sure that there are customers who in the short term they're going to start booking away from us, but he doesn't know the numbers yet. now, today also we're looking at a story with regards to campa n champagne growering. 2016 has not been good for the people growing the champagne grapes. it's been the lowest since 1980s. it's due to severe frost, rot and mildew as well. apparently there's mildew epidemic taking place sweeping a lot of these champagne areas in europe. some producers have been taking in something like 70% less of their would be harvest due to
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these three factors. a lot of the wine producers out there are having to take from their reserves. think about that when you're popping the cork to celebrate the birth of hip hop today 1973 in the bronx. did you realize? >> oh my goodness and then maybe our me moe sa will cost a little bit more with this shortage. oh goodness, say it isn't so? >> you never know. >> live from london. thank you so much. still ahead on she show -- the u.s. men's basketball dream team barely survived a big upset and goes on to play another day. that and other big highlights from last night's olympic games next.
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>> lot of house calls. we are watching -- yesterday we had a bad storm that went through areas of new york city and connecticut. lot of people are still amazed it didn't do more damage it was a lower end scale of the tornados, ef-0. that's just below hurricane status. whatever it hit it did do a little bit of damage and this was started -- two separate storms, one affected suffolk county along island and the southern shore of connecticut. knocked down a couple trees. no one was injured thankfully. as far as the bad weather goes this morning, you either need the umbrella today or need the air-conditioning. not many any in betweens. lot of the bad weather this morning. areas into iowa and southern minnesota. lot of thunderstorms, flash flooding possibilities. the radar is clear right now. just a few showers across pennsylvania just north of new york city showers will roll on through. the last couple days the flooding potential in the northern gulf, little area of pressure spinning here. most has been along the coast or off the coastline.
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we've avoided a lot of flood problems but we are expecting this to get worse in the days ahead. rainfall forecast, five inches for the nuew orleans area. this flooding will be down here in areas of louisiana. it's either hot or it's a little too wet. take your pick. it's that time of year. >> i don't know if we like either of them. >> let's turn now to rio for another day of olympic competition. team usa swimming continued its dominance in the pool yesterday. katie ledecky, third gold medal, four trip to the podium in the women's 4 x 200 meter freestyle relay. the u.s. women have won gold here every year since the event was introduced in 1996, excluding one third place finish in 2008. 2016 edition of team usa
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dream team survived a scare. for the first time since 2004 the americans trailed at the end of a quarter and were down 54-49 against australia when the second quarter buzzer sounded. team usa fought back relying on big efforts in the fourth quarter from carmelo anthony and kyrie irving, eventually eking out a victory. anthony surpassed lebron james points leader. the usa is 83-1 and have won 71 games in a row. pretty impressive there. >> the u.s. women were also triumphant on the basketball court yesterday. diana broke the single game u.s. olympic three-point record sinking six threes and leading all scorers with 25 points in yesterday's 110-84 win over serbia. the victory marks the first time a women's team has scored 100 or more points in three-straight olympic games. let's go back state side now for some major league baseball.
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texas rangers slugger prince fielder tearfully announced yesterday he can no longer play baseball after a second spinal fusion surgery in the last three years. fielder flanked by his father and sons was emotional at a press conference yesterday. >> doctors told me since two spinal fusions, you know, i got to -- can't play major league baseball anymore. so i just want to thank my teammat teammates, all the coaches, staff. i'm really going to miss being around those guys because, you know, they're a lot of fun. i've just been in the big league clubhouse since i was their age,
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so to not be able to play is going to be tough. >> really tough to watch with his boys sitting right next to him. 32-year-old designated hitter retires with 319 home runs leaves him tied for 116th on the all-time career list with his father a legendary baseball family. let's end with some action in the grand stands on a lighter note here in pittsburgh, one fan juggling a plate of nachos got a face full while trying to snag a foul ball hit into the stands during last night's padre's/pirates game. somebody get that guy a towel. when we come back a story that will have you shaking your head. we'll explain when "way too early" returns. ce life insurance automobile insurance i spent 20 years active duty they still refer to me as "gunnery sergeant" when i call being a usaa member because of my service in the military to pass that on to my kids something that makes me happy
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♪ listen to this story. a florida woman was shot and killed as she took part in a citizen police training drill. it was called an unimaginable accident. real bullets were somehow used during a demonstration. authorities are asking just what went wrong. nbc's kerry sanders reports. >> reporter: 73-year-old mary nolton married 55 years to her husband gary, retired librarian. just moments after these photos were taken at a police community event they attended on tuesday, gary witnessed in disbelief as this florida police officer dressed as a criminal during a role-playing exercise shot gary's wife first in the shoulder and then a second fatal
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shot to her chest. mary's son steve describes what his father saw. >> it was surreal. he said at first we just thought she fell down and then they turned her over and that's when they saw the bullet holes. total pandemonium trying to do cpr and keep her alive. >> reporter: by all accounts it was a tragic accident. the police revolver was not supposed to have live ammunition. 35 residents had gathered at the public safety complex for a citizen's academy class much like this. demonstrating a shoot/don't shoot scenario. chaos ensued after the real officer playing the bad guy aimed a loaded revolver at her and fired. >> i know when she hit the ground, i looked over at the police chief and saw the anxiety and panic and horror in his face and that's when i knew this was serious. >> a two-year veteran of the force is on paid administrative
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leave. earlier this year, controversy surrounded officer cole after a man sued the city and the police department claiming cole and his canine seen in this video went too far during a traffic stop arrest. mary's son says his mother attended partly to show her support for the local police, like officer cole. >> we forgive you. i know my mom forgives you and nobody means for this to happen. nobody. >> traking there. that was kerry sanders reporting. when we come back, remembering a giant of broadcasting. isaac hou has mastered gravity defying moves to amaze his audience. great show. here you go. now he's added a new routine. making depositing a check seem so effortless. easy to use chase technology, for whatever you're trying to master. isaac, are you ready? yeah. chase. so you can.
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welcome back to "way too early." some sad news to report. >> john sanders, long-time espn broadcaster has passed away. an emotional hannah storm delivered the news on "sportscenter" yesterday. >> i have some shocking and sad news to report to you. our generous and talented and beloved colleague john saunders has died. john is one of the most familiar on air faces at espn. you know him. he has been at espn for nearly 30 years covering college
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football, basketball, the nhl in addition to of course hosting this center "sportscenter" and most recently a fixture on the sports reporters. >> saunders a native of canada had been with espn for nearly 30 years and was a founding member of the jimmy v. foundation board. he leaves behind a wife and two daughters. there's no word yet on the cause of death. john saunders was 61 years old and he will be missed. that will do it for "way too early." "morning joe" started right now. trump was implying. >> it's not a joke. >> you're not going to use the joke defense. >> he wasn't talking about implementation of policy. he was talking what would happen if hillary clinton would be elected and he was absolutely right. >> i'm speechless because i'm trying to follow

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