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state department to potentially comment about 15,000 unseen e-mails sent to and from hillary clinton. e-mails to a federal judge ordering the department to review for potential e release. republicans calling on that to happen before election day. team trump spends the start of a a new week for a flip-flop on immigration policy. >> i want to come up with something fair. >> we gave him a lot of ideas. it means he understands how difficult this issue is to deal with. he's willing to listen to other people. >> trump's new campaign manager suggested a deportation force was, e quote, to be determined. and helping with that messaging, strategist sawn spicer will begin working inside the trump campaign headquarters and shutdown is going to be here at
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30 rock. first our reporters are covering the campaigns and we want to check in with kristen welker covering hillary clinton's campaign. she joins us from d.c. what more do we know about this 15,000 batch of o e-mails or so that the fbi found and whether or not state will release them. >> the fbi has talked about these e e-mails before. these are e e-mails that were found potentially on hillary clinton's colleague's e-mail servers or e-mails deleted that the fbi recovered in their investigation. so here's what's happening now. the state department is essentially going to review all these documents and determine whether some may be duplicated or personal and how many e-mails will be released as a part of a request. let me read you the statement from the clinton campaign quote, as we have always said hillary clinton provided the state
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department with all the work-related e-mails she had in her possession in 2014. we're not sure what additional materials the justice department may have located, but if they determine any of them to be work-related then obviously e we support those documents being released publicly as well. the state department saying they should have an update on the timing of this next month. as you pointed out, republicans pushing for these documents to be released before election day. >> so the "washington post" wrote about the clinton clash with colin powell because this is another point that has been coming up, especially since the former secretary talked to "people" magazine over the weekend. she may have turned the former secretary of state into one with her attempt to use him as shield against wrong doing in the eyes of the fbi. this is basically colin powell talking to "people" saying she's trying to use him as some kind of cover to get out of the fact that it she used a private
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server opposed to using an aol address during his time as secretary of state. does this match up apples to apples? is the clinton camp responding to powell? >> they haven't responded yet. and what happened, thomas, is over the weekend "people" did catch up with colin powell in the hamptons and told him the clinton team was trying to pin the e-mail issue because she told the fbi that powell had advised her to use her private e-mail on two separation occasions. powell say iing the memos i wro was written a full year after she started using her personal e e-mail account. so this undoubtedly complicates hillary clinton's story about her e e-mail server. bottom line, the clinton campaign trying to turn the page on all of this. they underscore the fact that james comey said she dt laws an bringing any charges. but still, the fact this is in the headlines yet again a complicated factor for hillary clinton who is out west. >> the clinton foundation in the
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headlines and bill clinton responding to growing call. what's he saying? >> that's right. we learned in recent days that the clinton foundation is no longer going to donations from foreign governments or large corporations. today, bill clinton weighing in himself writing a note to supporters and explaining this saying, quote, if she's elected we'll immediately implement the following changes. the foundation will accept contributions only from u.s. citizens, permanent residents and u.s.-based independent continue to make public on a l quarterly basis. so the clinton team feeling the pressure. they have gotten difficult head loins as it relates to the questions being raised about whether there was too much coziness between the state department. this move clearly aimed at trying to silence critics, but you have some republicans and democrats saying if she's elected the foundation should
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close its doors altogether. the clinton team not taking that step yet, although making this shift in policy. >> kristen welker, thank you so much. want to go to katy tur on the campaign trail covering donald trump in akron. that's where donald will be later today. and what are you hearing from inside the campaign. your sources about mixed messaging about trump's immigration policies. is it a mixed message or the pivot so many people have been waiting it see. >> they are saying it's not a mixed message. donald trump has always been for the humane and fair removal or plan for undocumented workers, but the reality is, thomas, if there's one thing that's been constant over thet 14 months, donald trump has been clear he wants to build a wall and e he wants to deport all 11 undocumented immigrants that are in this country. he's called those deportations humane.
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he said there will be forces to do. it's been a a constant and what supporters like d about this campaign. it's part of what got him over the the top during the primary season. it's what they chanted at rallies "build a wall." when there was reports he seemed to, press openness to the idea of finding a path for legalization for undocumented workers that are already here a at a hispanic roundtable in new york city, that opened a lot of guys. is donald trump trying to chain course and moderate for the general election. this pivot that's long been talked about. donald trump moving away from his more extreme stances from the primaries and moving over to something that's a little more palettable to a general election electorate. that would be the case with donald trump moving away from deporting 11 million undocumented immigrants. he himself has said he's not flip-flopping. his campaign manager is not calling this a flip-flop. we have yet to see where donald
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trump stands on this issue at this moment. does he believe that they should deport all immigrants or believe there should be a path to citizenship. that at the moment is unclear from the campaign. >> we know that donald trump tried to get the focus on to his opponent. he put out a statement on facebook about the clinton foundation. is the campaign and that move something they think is better strategic messaging. also play iing into what the rn and other top tier republicans would like to see him do and move away from self-inflicted wounds. >> this is nothing new. they have been talking about the clinton foundation for some time. they have been trying to move towards an attack message ant hillary clinton on a variety of issues for awhile now. the issue that the campaign has is that their candidates stepped on his own message. he said something inflammatory at a rally or outside of the norm during a speech or during
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an interview to saying that president obama is the founder of isis. that takes away the attention from donald trump's target chrks is hillary clinton. trying to find a way to eat e into the trust with voters. so they are going to tlie to get back on message and refocus on hillary clinton. but we have to see it's only monday, whether donald trump can stick to that. >> katy tur reporting from ohio, thank you. michael steele is a former seniored a a vierz to jeb bush, rob a kos to ta is a reporter. and the one that suggested that trump could be backing away from this hard line campaign rhetoric that we have heard for over a year about the deportation strategy. here she is this morning. take a lock. >> what he's saying is immigration is a complex issue with a complex solution. it's not just about border security or just about american
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jobs. but it's also we need to be fair, but we need to be fair to all those concerned. not just to the illegal immigrants here but to those who feel like they can't find a job. >> that has not really been the candidate's message. ch they are channelling language that we have not heard from the candidate. talking about among other things building a wall, having mexico pay for that, banning folksover the muslim faith. so is this really the campaign that's saying this or is this the candidate changing his p perspective? >> i think trump's views on immigration go back decades. they are pretty clear, build a wall, deport everyone. he has no practical plan to do that because actually deporting 11 or 12 million people from america would require police powers beyond anything we can
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imagine. it would be incredibly disruptive and ta ran call. you're seeing his campaign trying to soften those rough ijs, trying to make him more appealing or presentable to some of the republicans and moderate voters he's alienating. >> that's the whole thing about the deportation force on undocumented immigrants. that was what they were talking about to be determined as the weeks unfold he will lay out the specifics of that plan to implement as the president of the united states. african-american voters overwhelm iingly said to far th trump is not the guy for them. so is this more about republicans who could be on the fence or is this about something else? and being receptive to a new tone and trying to reach out to minorities that the campaign has struggled with? >> the ideas of an underlying appeal here by trump is something that's been discussed by some trump allies and
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associates. there's a sense within his campaign and near it that in order to win over some skiddish voters in the suburbs, some of those white educated voters in pennsylvania, the group really needs to have historic margins with to do well. by doing an outreach in a more proactive way to the black community, to the hispanic community, the hope is to reassure some of those voters elsewhere, even if he doesn't have much of an end road in terms of winning over those voters. >> one new poll out that's talking about ohio specifically, we know that no republican has got on to the white house without carrying ohio, clinton at 43%, trump at 39%. but this is really interesting. 38% think more highly of the government for not endorsing trump while 17% think less highly of him. this is also while cayce sick making a trip to new hampshire as people say he's laying the groundwork for 2020.
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but what do you make of where the strategy is putting their money in pivotal states and we're seeing certain state where is they are talking about georgia as a battleground state. this is unheard of in presidential politics. >> i think bob is right. the trump campaign's outreach to minorities is more about reassuring voters you can vote for donald trump and not be a racist. he's polling worse than george wallace did at this point. and when you look at the map, these concerns are putting states in play that should be safely in the republican column. georgia, arizona, utah, et cete cetera. so he has a lot of work to do to dig out of the hole he's created for himself. >> i think you bring up an intriguing case in ohio. having the support of an incumbent governor is a critical thing if you have the gop nominee to not have kasich working hard on behalf of trump.
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it puts trump in a difficult position in terms of competing with organization on the ground. >> real quickly before we go. there is real material to talk about in contrast between trump and hillary clinton. dwret a lot of the folks that are surrogates for trump are spending some time talking about hillary clinton's health. are they missing opportunities to have real conversations about what makes the difference here and why they can earn people's vote if they are on the fence for donald trump. >> absolutely.
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the revelations about further e e-mails that came out this week are just another example of how there are real issues that can be used against hillary clinton. questions of her judgment around national security issues. and those issues are not being talked about the way they should be because our candidate cant get out of his own way or avoid taking the bait with the phoney issues. >> great to have you on. and we are asking you at home today in our pulse question. whether or not you think it's too late for donald trump to change his position now on immigration. so here are the results so far. 91% of you think yes. 9% say no. check it out. the pulse is live. let us know what you think. you can cast your vote there. we have more results later this hour for you. still ahead, president obama is heading to flood ravaged louisiana tomorrow. but is it a a little too late to show up for support? some people say yes. other people say to.
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fresh fallout for ryan lochte. speedo announced its decision to ends sponsorship with him. lochte said he respects that
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decision. he's grateful for the opportunities that that partnership afforded. sponsorships are not the only thing on the line for the swimmer. an olympic committee is looking a the possibility of more sanctions and additional charges. an emotional ryan lochte addressed scandal in an interview with matt lauer. >> had you saw the news coverage of gunnar and jack being taken off that plane in the airport and you knew they didn't damage anything, you're silting at home in the united states safe and sound, how did it make you feel? >> hurt. i wanted to be there -- i don't want them to think i left and left them dry because they are my teammates. i want to be there. i wanted to help out any way i could.
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so i just wanted to make sure they were home safe before i came out. the whole olympic games, everyone watching is just -- i was immature and made a stupid mistake. i'm human. i made a mistake. i definitely learned from this. >> joining me now is chris jansing. chris just returned from roio. become back. i know it was exciting to be down there for those two weeks and watch all the olympians compete and having the banner record coming out of this olympics. but ryan lochte's event took the attention away from all the achievements. >> the reason ryan lochte is famous is because he had
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success. it celebrates the best in sportsmanship and the human spirit. when you go into a public bathroom, you're drunk, you trash it and then you lie about it, trouble is going to ensue. that's exactly what's happening with him. >> sponsorship wise well, see what speedo is saying. are there other shoes that may fall out of this? >> speedo is taking $50,000 and give it to save the children. but ralfl lauren, said we only had an agreement through the olympics. we are not going to renew. this is not unusual. often these are tied to olympics or tied to the number of medals you won. ryan lochte won one medal. it was not an individual swim, but in a relay.
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he is in big trouble here in terms of the millions of dollars. most people believe he will lose millions of dollars in endorsements. >> what about career wise because he did want to return in four years. >> we saw it before with michael phelps. he had two duis, us suspended f six months, cleaned up his act, had a baby, going to get married. and very importantly he won. michael phelps had the best olympics you could possibly imagine for a a 31-year-old. ryan lochte, not so much. ryan lochte has had troubles before. so when he says i know that toif get better, in 2005, he was fined for public you aurination. so it's very hard for a lot of people who want to put money into him, the high profile businesses, especially when you have let's say a simone biles or a a katie ledecky who are as
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everything you would want in an olympian, which is hard working, incredibly smart, incredibly successful and not in trouble. mostly, not in trouble. >> redemption is not impossible. >> as i said, it happened for michael l phelps, but he needs to clean up his act and start winning. >> welcome back. i'm glad you didn't stay in rio full time. >> it's one of your favorite places. >> we can run away together. thank you so much. we have a republican slamming president obama for not visiting louisiana sooner. when the president arrives tomorrow, how will the residents receive him. a live report from the flood zone, next. when my doctor tole age-related macular degeneration, amd we came up with a plan to help reduce my risk of progression. and everywhere i look... i'm reminded to stick to my plan. including preservision areds 2.
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information of more than 15,000 e-mails of hillary clinton's that have been discovered and whether or not they will be made public. those are e-mails the fbi was aware of. take a a listen. >> it's been confirmed that the fbi material that was handed over to us includes approximately 14 ,900 documents reflecting both nonrecord, which is bureaucratic way to say personal and record materials, which is bureaucratic way to say work-related, that will, as you noted, have to be appraised now by our folks here at the state department. what i can say is there will be a status conference with the court on september 23rd that will discuss the production schedule. as i think i noted last week, we have committed voluntarily to
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produce judicial watch any e-mails sent or received by hillary clinton, that includes within the material that was turned over by the fbi and which we're not already processed. >> hearing from the state department there. now the clinton spokesperson had put out a statement earlier before this saying, as we always said, hillary clinton provided the state department with the work-related e e-mails in her possession in 2014. . we are not sure what additional materials the justice department may located, but if they are work-related, we support those documents being released publicly as well. so it's 14,900 e-mails, a combination of non-record and record e-mails, which means personal and work-related. there's going to be a status conference in september where they are going to come up with a
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states. national spokesman shawn spicer. whose idea? >> this isn't a new concept. key components of the rnlz and erbe with the campaign we have been doing it for months already. the fundraising operation, and as we head into the final 78 day, the idea was the messaging and strategy and what we want those key themes to be. talking about a more regular basis so going back and forth. this is pretty normal for the final stretch of a presidential campaign. >> so ground game wise, let's talk about what's coming out of ohio. donald trump is in ohio in akron. he just landed there. the new polling has clinton at 43%, trump at 39%. 38% of people polled think more highly of john kasich for not endorsing donald trump. what's the ground game in ohio and the unique purpose of the
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rnc working with trump on that? >> we have had folks in the field for the last years. we have had people on the ground making voter contact, finding out what those key button issues are that people are persuaded by, the likely to vote, do they come out often and vote early. that four-year investment is going to pay off in a place like ohio or florida where at the end of it in a close race, a few points. >> is this team literally parachuting in to certain swing states whether it's florida or ohio. and leaving the heavy lifting to what's already been established by the rnc. >> looking at hillary clinton, we have had more bat people in battleground states than pair
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shooting people in at this point. what obama did well in the last was kept a lot of people in those states. they were there to organize over a four-year period, continue to make voter contact and persuasion. we were a able to replicate that as a party. so it defendants not just the top of the ticket, but up and down the ticket. they are all going to benefit from those four-year investments and make in both the ground and data. as we communicate, we can append the file with all sorts of things in terms of what are the issues that are important. do they use a landline. what are the key people and influencers in their lives. all those things can be appended to a voter file. >> so one thing that's getting a lot of head looibs, especially not the just change the changes but the language over the weekend. is this a flip-flop or mixed messaging coming from the campaign? >> dtonald trump talked about te fact that the position remains
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the same. it was to say he's going to be addressing this with policy issues in detail. so she was not trying to get ahead of the boss and say i'm going to tell you what positions are. he's planning to lay out on immigration and national security. a plan to make sure we understand how to fix a a broken problem. we need a fair, firm and humane program to deal with the folks in this kocountry legally. >> when it comes to the immigration policy, duh does he have one for the minimum wage and the muslim ban he proposed. folks with the fiance e visa? >> he's going to address immigration in a comprehensive way and talk about what's immediate needed for our economy and families. how do we address the problems we have now but how do we fix it so it's not a problem we have to fix in 20 years. >> should we have the standard
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barer of the gop? >> i think this has been an unconventional election. but the voters are going to be fully informed. if you look at the last week, four detailed speeches about four specific subjects and problems with the country. he's going to continue to do that. what's happening is we have a a lot of people, pundits and this is the timetable we expect. he's doing it on his own timetable. to make sure they understand the contrasts that exists. >> folks tuning in now that may have gotten a headline from trump's most recent speech about the black community in america does that satisfy the rnc and that type of language, especially after the autopsy you guys produced in 2013? >> one thing we recognize is
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this party needs to grow. we have lost basically four presidential elections in a row if you look at the popular vote. we need to grow as a party and going places where we haven't. the hispanic community. we need to go out there and talk about why we as a party are better for the american people and offer better solutions. that being said, what you have seen over the last week and continue to see is donald trump talk about why he wants to earn the vote of all americans, particularly those minority grouphouse mentioned. >> so when it comes to numbers, polling wise, they are in single digits in certain places. how much of a concern for the rnc? >> they have been in single digits and romney got 6% of the black vote. 3% of the female vote. we have to do better. no question about it. >> doing the same thing over and over again e gets results. if you recognize that from 2012, why would you allow that not be
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an action? >> it wasn't in a the lot of these areas and was a competitive primary. now that we shifted, we have to recognize they didn't get the attention they deserve in the primary process. over the last 48 hours talking to these groups and how e wants to earn their vote and lift them up and move them forward. >> over the weekend he would prefer the rnc put its resources financially behind down ballot candidates. the conservative independent candidate for president circ circumcirculated a memo talking about the collapse of donald trump and thinks that the rnc may look to him as a candidate potentially if donald trump were to step aside for any reason. does he concern you and would you consider him? >> no. donald trump got more votes than any republican in previous history. he's our nominee. that being said, there's no way to decouple the top of the
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ticket from the bottom. it's all one ticket. in order for the down ballot candidates to do well, you need a strong, healthy, top of the ticket. it doesn't work any oh way. when you look at the resource we have when we talk about the voter contact, it's all linked together. you can't separate it. it's all one team and we're all going to succeed and maintain those majorities in the house and senate this november. >> welcome to new york. i'm sure we're going to be seeing you. we're going to take a look to the pulse question of the day. your reactions about whether it could be too late for donald trump to change his position on immigration. so far, 92% of you feel yes. 8% say no. the pulse is live. check it out at we're back after this. from leaving me at a higher risk of stroke. that'd be devastating. i took warfarin for over 15 years until i learned more about once-daily xarelto...
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being held up at gunpoint. this is looking like an expensive mistake that lost a sponsorship with speedo. joining me now is andrew brant, the sports business analyst, director for sports at university. in terms of lochte's loss of earnings of the potential of that, how much are we talking about here? multiples of millions? we're talking about the end of the sieg thal ended no matter what happened in rio. sometimes sponsors act like they are making a a moral statement, but in business terms it's not costing them a lot if lochte
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would be out of the news. >> this is kind of a pr nightmare for somebody that's looking to capitalize on winning gold and having other medals and high profile from rio. certainly somebody that has name recognition. he's lost this sponsorship with speedo. he respects that decision and had to give the sit-down interview with matt lauer show ing emotions. it all of that too little, too late. >> there is that argument that fame is important no matter how you get it. he's certainly more well known, let's put it in those terms, than he was nationally or internationally a week ago. there will be opportunities for him should they pursue him. they won't be necessarily with sponsors that are attached with integrity and things like that. maybe on "the bachelor" or "dancing with the stars." these are the kinds of things i see with ryan lochte. we're a star-driven society. this would not be a story if it
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happened to an athlete we haven't heard of. >> it's such a contrast to think someone on the come up would get an opportunity like that and someone considered on the come down would get the equal opportunity because of such poor behavior at the same event. >> i mean, again, i think it probably lends itself to more -- i don't know what the word is, maybe that does include "the bachelor." we'll probably not the last of ryan lochte. again, it's not going to be companies as we saw the dropping by sponsors today. it's not companies so aligned with you can name family values or integrity. there will be opportunities for him. the star-driven nature we capitalize on here, he will capitalize. >> we love a redemption story. we'll see how it cracks out.
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thank you, sir. appreciate it. coming up next, jacob soboroff goes along for the ride with a key group of supporters who are racing for donald trump. before i had the shooting, burning, pins-and-needles of diabetic nerve pain, these feet played shortstop in high school, learned the horn from my dad and played gigs from new york to miami. but i couldn't bear my diabetic nerve pain any longer. so i talked to my doctor and he prescribed lyrica. nerve damage from diabetes causes diabetic nerve pain. lyrica is fda approved to treat this pain, from moderate to even severe
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five states are tossups between hillary clinton and donald trump in the race to 270 electoral votes in the presidency. while the numbers currently favor clinton, 77 days is an eternity in politics and anything can happen. that's why wean now and november 8th the odds are in any given day. jacob soboroff is out there for his series "up for grabs" traveling to the swingiest parts of the swingiest states to meet the voters who will decide this election. today jacob is in tampa swinging along in hillsborough county kicking off a strip according to
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the most recent polling, clinton is right now leading trump in florida 44% to 39% and tampa bay area 46% to 35%. is it baked in which way the crowd is going to vote? >> that's why i'm here out of hillary clinton's campaign office in this neighborhood. hillsborough county in 2004 went for president bush. and this is how tight it is. hillary clinton's office is right here. down the street here, i met up with a group of bikers for donald trump and asked them why they are so much on the trump train. it was uncomfortable at times, but this is what they had to
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say. >> you cool with taking me for a ride? >> normally i wouldn't take a guy for a ride. >> i could tell you a thousand people right now that all feel the same thing. i'm a single dad. a lot of these guys have kids. the supreme court justices for the next election are going to be our children's lives. >> you said i'm well armed and donald trump is playing the second amendment. does that speak to you? >> absolutely. that's one of the things i do for a living. i teach classes. florida in particular is one of the most saturated states in the kocountry for concealed weapon permits. >> who has a carry permit? >> you're the safest you've ever been in your life. >> this is my safe space.
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i know you're anti-hillary, but what issues are donald trump speaking to that you like? >> jobs. >> who said border patrol? do you trust him that he's going to get it done though? >> yeah. not only is he going to get it down, but he's going to surround himself with a lot of people that can. >> donald trump country. >> apparently so. that's what they say. >> what's the best part about a swing state? >> getting to decide who our next president is going to be. >> fair enough. >> fair enough. >> thomas, i think it's safe to say that i'm not sure i will be doing that again any time soon. especially without a helmet. i'm in big trouble at home.
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both km pains have been here since their conventions and donald trump will be back again on wednesday. >> that was a super reluctant bromance. >> i was into it. >> jacob, thanks. jacob is going to remain on the road in this series "up for grabs" in the states between now and election day. and jacob wants you to visit if you live in a swing state, let jacob know. he might pay you a visit. we'll see him tomorrow from daytona beach, his next stop in florida. back with more, after this. whether it's connecting one of the world's most innovative campuses. or bringing wifi to 65,000 fans. businesses count on communication, and communication counts on centurylink. be the you who doesn't cover your moderate to severe plaque psoriasis. be the you who shows up in that dress. who hugs a friend.
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neighborhood where cases started appearing several weeks ago. the cdc is saying pregnant women to avoid all areas of miami-dade county. keri sanders is joining us from miami beach with more for us. >> the real challenge is the first day of school begins, kids are being told to go to school and wear long sleeves and pants. it's 93 degrees. it's got a feels like temperature of 104 standing here in the sun. i'm sweating just wait iing to this live report with you. some of the kids have just left school. they were wearing long sleeve sleeves. the air-conditioning was running well, but it's when they are outside of the school. the concern is as they are waiting for buss in the morning or going home even in the middle of the day they will be bitten by mosquitos carrying the zika virus and then they transfer it inside the koor doors of their home. they get inside the home, a
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mosquito bites them and their mother wo could be getting pregnant or is pregnant and that's the real concern. >> a really big concern. we'll continue to monitor this. this is the first day of school for so many people returning down there in florida. keri sanders, appreciate it. thank you at home. that's going do wrto wrap up ou coverage this hour. kate snow picks things up right now. >> back from vacation. you know that feeling, it's a little hard. it will be gone fast. we have a lot going on today. thank you so much. good afternoon, i'm kate snow. it's a busy monday for both presidential campaigns. new developments in the ongoing clinton e-mail saga. 15 now, e-mails now being reviewed by the state department. we're finding out how soon we may see them. plus new questions about the relationship between the clinton foundation and the state department. new language hint iing at a poly
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shift for immigration and deportations. >> we have to be strong. we have a lot of people that want o to come in through the legal process. it's not fair them. we want to come up with a fair and firm answer. >> a short time ago, brand new numbers out of ohio. in that pivotal swing state hillary clint hillary clinton, we are covering every angle. i want to play something trump said about immigrio


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