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facing off. the stage is set for the second presidential debate. now everyone is waiting to see if trump's controversial tape will play a role. >> my mother won't vote for hillary and now she won't vote for trump. >> voters react. we asked people what they're looking for heading into tonight's debate. and heartbreak for the eagles. we have highlights from tonight's down to the wire game. >> announcer: nbc 10 news starts now. >> we are now just three hours away from the debate that could define the race for president. i'm denise nakano. donald trump and hillary clinton will go head to head for the second time. the debate is taking place at washington university in st. louis, missouri. final preparations are being
made right now. now, the big question tonight is whether a tape that surfaced of trump talking about women will be the main topic of discussion. it came to light on friday, and the controversy has not let up since. and we have team coverage tonight. andrea talked to undecided voters. we begin with lauren mayk. >> we're inside the spin room right now and it's been quiet here today. not a lot of surrogates coming through, especially on the republican side. but things are just starting to pick up now. there is a lot of anticipation about what will happen on stage tonight. neither of these candidates have answered questions publicly since this tape surfaced. tonight, the questions will come from voters. donald trump especially has a lot on the line. >> reporter: the stage set at washington university for a second presidential showdown with a new leger of suspense.
arriving in st. use, donald trump's plane spotted ahead of the debate. it comes amid republican turmoil and calls for him to quit after a tape from 2005 where he made lewd comments about women. hillary clinton is likely to address it. her campaign manager tells me. >> does this affect how hillary clinton is preparing for the debate. >> unfortunately, this wasn't a terribly surprising incident. we've seen -- although it was shocking to hear, we've seen a long pattern of behavior from donald trump. >> reporter: trump could fight back with allegations rooted against her husband, bill clinton. >> they had a tough time in their marriage and it was litigated. we don't think voters are interested in hearing more now. >> reporter: the questions will come from voters on stage and online. >> we expect to get through about 11, 12 questions. about half from the town hall participants and half from social media. >> reporter: we preached out to the trump campaign and the republican party to talk to a
surrogate but they didn't provide one. rudy giuliani was the visual representative for the campaign today, appearing on "meet the press" and addressing calls for trump to get out of the race. >> he was selected by more republican voters than anyone has ever been selected in a republican primary. he owes them the duty to run. it is true that he said something and said a group of things during that interview that are reprehensible and awful and terrible and he feels terrible about it. >> you may remember that after the first presidential debate, donald trump said that he didn't bring up bill clinton's infidelities because chelsea clinton, bill and hillary's daughter, was in the audience. both chelsea and bill are expected to be in the hall tonight. i asked clinton's campaign manager whether they're prepare frd an uncomfortable situation. he said they are. live at washington university, i'm lauren mayk, nbc 10 news. >> thank you, lauren. with the election day now less than a month away, both
presidential candidates are trying to appeal to undecided voters. will the recent trump video change minds? nbc 10's aundrae joins us with what voters have to say about this. >> reaction is mixed. pennsylvania is a must-win for the candidates if they want a shot at the white house. what voters think, especially in the suburbs, is very important to republicans. >> i did try and [ bleep ] her. she was married. >> reporter: the more than 10-year-old video showing donald trump making lewd comments about women during an "access hollywood" shoot has republicans withdrawing their support. >> we're looking for a republican or trump supporter. >> reporter: we wanted to know if it was true for every day voters, especially those the campaign is relying on in the philadelphia suburbs. >> i thought about voting for trump, but his latest -- he's so degrading to women. i don't know. i would love to talk to his ex-wife. >> reporter: meanwhile, others
sees it as another gaffe but not a fatal flaw. >> it is ridiculous to take anything serious. think about the other presidents, what they did the women in history. look at bill. look at kennedy. >> i think that's just mud rucking if you ask me. i mean, you could go do the same thing with her. >> reporter: that doesn't mean they think the decision is easy this election season. >> this one, i'm leaning a little more toward him. for that reason, i want change. >> reporter: this man is still undeci undecided. he plans to follow his gut but won't make a decision until he is in the voting booth. >> i don't think any of them should be in office right now. i just feel we're doomed. >> now, while some voters are saying it is difficult to vote for donald trump, what they say is even harder, for some impossible, it's reporting for hillary clinton. nbc 10 news. >> you can watch the whole
debate live on cozi tv. stream it on nbc 10.com. get a recap at 11:00. if you missed it the first time, catch a replay tonight on nbc 10 following "inside the eagles." the rain has finally cleared for much of our area, but it caused minor flooding in atlantic city today. now the concern is wind. this is a live look at the flag blowing in the breeze. let's go to nbc 10 first alert meteorologist erika martin, tracking it all. >> we had a rainy start to the day and now dry conditions. the big story is the wind. at the bottom of your screen, you'll see your neighborhood forecast. otherwise, the wind right now is strong. these are sustained wind speeds for philadelphia. 21-mile-per-hour sustained wind speeds.
coa coatsville, 16 for you. we've been seeing gusts up to 35 and 45 miles per hour at times. wind advisory in effect until 11:00 p.m. in most of the area, including cape may and cumberland county. coming up in my full forecast, we'll go over a couple other watches and warnings i amtrakinamtrak i -- am tracking. of course, your ten day in ten. back to you. hurricane matthew moved offshore but the deadly storm left behind a trail of wreckage from the caribbean to the carolinas. its last target, north carolina, is dealing with record-breaking flooding. new video shows dozens of homes damaged in the town of nags h d head. overnight, the coast guard was rescuing people from flooded homes. the storm claimed the lives of at least eight people in the state. to south carolina now, where thousands are still without power. the storm made landfall in the state yesterday about 30 miles north of charleston. more than 4,000 people still
remain in shelters. today, crews were out clearing streets and working to restore power. today, florida governor rick scott toured the hardest hit areas of the state. he met with leaders in jacksonville beach to discuss recovery efforts. the governor says the most jarring damage he's see is beach erosion and those impacted by the storm surge. turning now to the philadelphia eagles. they did not soar today in detroit. they were looking to keep their winning street alive against the lions. john clark joins us from ford field with the details. john? >> yeah, this is a tough loss because the eagles came back from being down 14-0 in the game. you know, they were the last team in the nfl to turn the ball over. didn't turn it over in the first three games. and 57 minutes of this one. then two turnovers on their last two offensive plays. take a look at this. ryan matthews, three yards away from icing it.
on the handoff, third and two, under three minutes to go, he fumbles the ball as he is hit. the refs reviewed it and r50ule it was a fumble. the eagles are down, 24-23. one last chance. first and ten. their own 25. 1:28 to go. carson wentz, first real deep shot of the game, over 50 yards in the air. it is not nelson agholor who comes down with it. it is lions cornerback, darius slay. two turnovers on their last two offensive plays. they lose 24-23. >> the biggest thing is we shot ourselves in the foot a couple too many times. some of the holding plays, some of those things, those happen. some of the delays of game and some of those mistakes that we can control ourselves, you know, we have to clean up. those are things we want to have back. lions, they played great. they came out and beat us and made more plays than us. >> an emotional reaction coming up from running back ryan matthews.
we'll have that in sports. hear what he has to say. doug pederson about carson wentz's first interception as an eagle. he said he's kind of glad to get that out of the way now. he's talking about the pressure that carson was facing, not having thrown any interceptions. we'll have more in sports. for now, i'm john clark for csn. back to you. racism now. >> protesters take over a gay pride ceremony. the reason for the confrontation coming up. plus, closing for good. iconic atlantic city casino is in its final hours. the details next.
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taj in august after losses of more than $100 million and a workers strike. more than 3,000 workers will lose their jobs from this closure. a wind advisory has been issued. we do have really strong, sustained wind speeds. coming up on the other side of the break, i'll talk more about that. we also
have a storm warning and a flood watch, as well. details coming up. i also, of course, have my ten-day. i'll see you in a bit.
protesters took over a gay pride ceremony at philadelphia city hall today. >> stop and frisk and now racism. >> the group interrupted mayor jim kenny during the city's seventh annual flag raising ceremony this morning. this comes after racism claims within philadelphia's gay community. last month, an lgbt owner was under fire for allegedly using
racial slurs. the mayor released a statement. discrimination is not something that one person or one office can be expected to solve on its own. it's on all of us, and i hope the hearing that the philadelphia commission on human relations is holding on racism in the gayborhood will start to move the ball forward. >> announcer: now, your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> good evening. i'm meteorologist erika martin with what to expect this evening and tomorrow and of course your ten day on ten. wind advisory in effect until 11:00 p.m. a flood warning issued and storm warning, as well. i'll get to that in a moment. we have the wind advisory in effect until 11:00 p.m. you'll see the local neighborhood forecast on the bottom of the screen. monday, frost for the p.m. for berkes, lehigh and northampton.
sunny day on tuesday. the work week starts off dry. here's the wind advisory, in effect until 11:00 p.m. we do have breezy conditions. in fact, gusty conditions. some gusts have already topped out about 40, 45 miles per hour. sustained wind speeds for coatsville, 16 miles per hour. mount holly, 22 for you. philadelphia, currently wind speeds at 21 miles per hour. we also have a marine threat in effect. the atlantic until 2:00 a.m. we have high seas right now. seven to ten feet. flood warning in effect for the no river, as well. flood aerial warning until 1:15 a.m. for both counties through the overnight hours. again, ending at 1:15 a.m. satellite radar image picking up on some showers clearing offshore. locally, there's not much going on. it's high and dry.
your ten day on 10. we have sunnier skies tomorrow. a nice day in the forecast as far as sky conditions go. high temperatures topping in the 60s. upper 60s on tuesday. overnight lows monday to tuesday. especially higher up in elevati elevation. for lehigh valley, you'll see overnight lows to the upper 30s to 40s. this is an average. on wednesday, we're seeing 70s as well as thursday. cooling down a bit by friday. 66 degrees. 66 on saturday. tracking the potential for some showers for the end of the following week. you can follow us on social media for more updates. that's where we'll see you at nbc philadelphia. the eagles defense looked the worst it has all season, but the birds are still in position to get the best of the lions this afternoon. we're show how two costly turnovers were the difference for the birds, leaving the motor city with the undefeated record in tact.
>> announcer: this is sports desk, brought to you by xfinity. x1 will change how you experience tv. good evening. i'm danny pommells from csn. what a difference a couple weeks can make. eagles were flying high into the matchup against the lions in detroit. the birds undefeated record were put to the test in what ended as a nail biter at ford field. carson wentz looking to start his nfl career a perfect 4-0. wentz would have to wait for his opportunity. the first half belonged to the lions. matt stafford hitting marvin jones for a score. lions up, 21-10, at the half. the birds come back in the third quarter. wentz on the goal line. quick strike to josh huff. that was a four-point juncture. birds control with just over two
minutes left. ryan matthews on the toss. oh, no. he puts it on the carpet. lions smother the ball and recover it near the sidelines. this was the birds first turnover this entire season. lions kick a field goal on the ensuing possession to lead by one. wentz needs to engineer his first career-winning drive. airs it out deep down field. beautiful long ball. nelson agholor can't come away with it. darius slay gets it instead and goes to the ground. first loss this season for the birds, who fall to the lions, 24-23. for more, let's go to john clark in detroit. >> hey, danny. it's a shame because the eagles defense had a slow start, gave up the three touchdown drives and close to 200 yards if the first half, but held them to 45 yards in the second half. the only way the lions got that one field goal in the second half was off that ryan matthews turnover. as you said, the first turnover by the birds this season. under three minutes to go, you can't fumble in that situation. after the game, ryan matthews
was blunt about it. >> can you describe what happened on that last play, where you fumbled? >> i just [ bleep ]. i have to get better in situations like that. can't let my teammates down. i have to get better. >> it is an aggressive situation. go to have it situation. felt like getting the ball on the edge with guys out in front was our best possible play at that time, to get the first down. we didn't execute properly. >> the birds also had 14 penalties, their most in a game in six years. they were able to overcome all that. in the end, the two -- the interception and the fumble that led to offensive plays, that is the difference right there. i'm john clark in detroit. we'll have more on "eagle gameday final" after sunday night football. >> j.c., thanks. tom brady making his first post deflategate start.
sat out the first four games. showed no signs of rust. to martellus bennett for a touchdown. they roll over the browns. that is your look at sports. i'm danny pommells. denise, back to you. >> thank you. time now to check in with kate snow for a look at what's coming up on "nbc nightly news." kate? >> hi, denise. we have a debate tonight. tonight, the presidential candidates in their second debate amid the fire storm over donald trump's newly revealed comments about women. we have all you need to know about that. plus, the deadly aftermath of hurricane matthew in north carolina, as the state deals with major destruction and flooding. also, the police tragedy in palm sprin springs, california. two officers shot and killed by a suspect who finally surrendered after an all night ska stand off. and helping people deal with the ravages of memory lost by bringing out their artistic side. beautiful story. when we see you for "nbc nightly news." >> can't wait to see that. thank you, kate. we'll be right back. how tall are you?
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erika has a final check of the forecast. the breeze is lingering. >> because of the cold front. the past couple days, we had all the moisture creeping up. now we had dry conditions. so it's just going to be windy tonight, and then another story for tomorrow would be a windy monday afternoon. then it looks like some patchy frost developing. that's a sign it's going to be colder soon enough. we're already into fall. >> around the corner, right? >> that's right. it's breezy right now, but stay warm. that's all. >> thanks, erika. good advice. that's nbc 10 news for now. for erika, danny and all of us here, i'm denise nakano. see you after the game. "nbc nightly news" is next.
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