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>> hi, my name is joseph and i'm calling on behalf of the trump campaign. >> reporter: making phone calls, signing up to be poll watchers, and knocking on doors trying to find unswayed voters. >> i believe that donald trump is the man who will bring change. >> reporter: eager they may be, it's a different story at the top of their ticket, donald trump on a rampage against his own party after this video where trump brags about lewd kmchbts about women. >> weak and ineffect ty people within the republican party, senators and others and paul ryan. >> reporter: this bickering has volunteers worried it could affect republicans up and down the ballot. >> that's why unity is
absolutely crucial in this election. >> reporter: but they keep chugging, walking uphill in some neighborhoods, they find an undecided voters in our county. she tells us that she's fed up with the negative race on both sides. >> it's ridiculous. i have to go with the flow and it is what it is and it will be what it will be. >> reporter: and you know volunteers from both the trump and the clinton campaign have told me in recent weeks that it's tough to get anybody to talk about politics on a cold call or a door knock, sounds like a lot of voters are fed up with both sides. but with just under a month, the get out the vote effort is well under way. pennsylvania is a swing state of course. it seems that a lot of folks took advantage of the online voter registration, nearly 88,000 applications were submitted yesterday alone. that brings the total for the
month to more than a quarter million people. those numbers don't include residents who register with paper applications. so the pennsylvania deadline officially over as of midnight this morning. the deadline to register in delaware is this saturday the 15th. if you're voting in new jersey, you have until next tuesday, the 18th. keep up with all the dates you should know this election season with the nbc 10 app. today donald trump is pushing people to get registered and he's lashing out at republican leaders who have given up on his presidential campaign. but trump insisted that a big voter turnout can overcome that drop in support and hillary clinton's lead in most polls. >> be sure to vote, donald trump told supporters today in battleal ground florida. >> if you're not registered, get the hell out of here, leave right now and go and register. >> reporter: because of hurricane matthew, the deadline has been extended a week in florida. early voting began today in ohio
with mixed feedback now in from two other battle grounds, republican turnout strong in iowa, but trailing in most swing states polls, ignoring the impact of his lewd bragging in 2005. trump slammed gop leaders bailing out on him after the debate. >> you would think they would say great going, don, let's go, let's beat this crook. >> reporter: a quarter of -- abandoned trump. but for those running to do it now is risky. >> democrats can argue that either you're a flip-flopper, or you simply are trying to save your own skin. >> reporter: hillary clinton has a lead in national polling and less than a month to go. >> let's focus on what's really important in this election and in your future and the future of our country. >> reporter: wikileaks, now confirms that clinton tailored policy positions to her political ambitions and focused
on the e-mail investigation. donald trump again today vowed today that if he wins, he'll order a new investigation into the e-mails and into the obama administration's decision not to prosecute her. new at 5:00 from montgomery county, a pair of thieves walked into a woman's house and police think the thieves returned to the plymouth neighborhood. police know who they're looking for, they just need help tra tracking them down. >> reporter: shopping at a wawa in the middle of the night is not a crime. but what police say these folks at this store didn't know, the money did not belong to these two men. on october 2, according to police the men were seen walking around a plymouth township
neighborhood. police say at one of the homes, the men found an unlocked door and are believed to be wandering around inside. >> she noticed there were some unauthorized charges on her credit card. >> that's how police were able to find the video of the men shopping with the victim's credit cards. but here's the confusing part for police. the victim says her credit cards were in her purse the morning after the burglary, leading police to think the thieves cloned the cards and left them behind so they could continue shopping. police believe all that could have been done inside the victim's house when and her kids were sleeping. one of the men was seen snacking on sour patch kids as he walked out. his alleged accomplice waving at a clerk. another concern police have the men were spotted in several towns on that september morning and they say they have traffic camera footage to back up that
claim. but it's this video that's key for police, the image is so clear for the suspects, police believe someone out there knows who they are, and if it's you, they want you to call police. and also in plymouth, a man is facing harassment and indecent exposure charges after he expose himself to unsuspecting female store clerks. police say francisco salazar hernandez showed up at plymouth meeting mall at the american eagle. he asked to try on jeans and then flashed women who work there. those close to the case at first it was a mistake, but when clerks began talking to each other, they realized it was something worse. >> they would bring in another pair, he was standing in there fully expose. >> salazar hernandez is still free on bail. he is not allowed to contact the victims or return to the american eagle store. philadelphia's mayor
declares a war on teen smoking. mayor jim kenny announced a war on businesses selling tobacco to minors. >> i don't have a lot of simple think for folks who are marketing and selling to young, poor people, things that are detrimental to their health. >> reporter: store owners say it will make it tougher to do business in the city. the money raised by increased permit fees will go towards hiring more inspectors to crack down on tobacco youth sales. potholes in philadelphia have always been a problem for drivers and the city. today police and the city talked about repair methods. fikd out how the nbc 10 vefr
investigators played a role in today's meeting. a time to -- a few people taking advantage of the weather and getting a walk in there. beautiful skies, though, we could see some areas of fog overnight. >> let's get to meteorologist sheena parveen with the first alert forecast. >> the fog is all going to be ahead of rain for part of the area tomorrow, not everybody, but some of you could see some afternoon thundershowers as we go through your thursday. temperatures right now are pretty comfortable. we have now hit 70 degrees in philadelphia, tomorrow will be more in the low 70s through more years than we're at now. 68 degrees, mt. holly, 67 in wilmington and vine land. it's still very comfortable, we are dry right now, but notice a big temp difference across the country, we have 80s down to our south. we're still going to be tapping into some of that warm air tomorrow.
but that cooler air right behind it. big difference, that's all part of a cold front. and that's what it's going to give some of the area showers tomorrow. there's the rain, it's slowly moving in our direction, but not all that rain is going to move through, the chance for showers is going to be north and west and may have been in the afternoon hours. for tonight, we still have the cooler temperatures in the forecast, we'll see clouds overnight tonight and temperatures already in the low 50s through parts of the area. tomorrow more still areas of fog. temperatures at 8:00 a.m. in the mid 40s for most areas. and another cooldown for the weekend. eagles quarterback carson wentz is already a superstar. but fans somewhere else in the nation might be even more pumped than us. nbc 10 takes you to carson country, where wentz is creating
lots of new eagles fans right now. and later a football hate crime? that's what investigators think about a case of vandalism at a south jersey football field. how the community is making sure the team can keep playing the game they love. but first altercation in the cockpit. what investigators are saying now about a plane crash that was apparently intentional.
a small plane crash in connecticut may have been suicide, not terrorism. >> a student pilot was killed when the plane crash on to a busy road yesterday. an investigator says the flight instructor described the student pilot as disgruntled, the instructor also told police there was an altercation in the cockpit during their training flight and the instructor was unable to gain control of the plane from the student pilot. >> it's a very active area, sidewalks were full, businesses were full and a heavy amount of traffic, the fact that there weren't more casualties as a result of this incident is pretty amazing, quite frankly. >> the fbi has now joined the investigation. well, looks like the chickens here on your screen, they didn't cross the road, instead they spilled on to it,
when two tractor trailers trashed in new smyrna. southbound near route 1 near exit 19, the truck driver was hurt, both truck drivers, i should say, they're doing fine, the highway was closed however for several hours. bill cosby has lost his latest efforts to have criminal sex abuse charges thrown out on appeal. prosecutors argue that andrea constand should have testified. cosby is set for trial in june on charges he drugged and molested constand back in 2004. he has pleaded not guilty. superstorm sandy victims say an ocean county couple stole hundreds of thousands of dollars from that tiffany simino and jeffrey coalmine were -- instead
of fixing the homes, prosecutors say they spent more than $1 million on gambling and luxury items for themselves. and residents in florida will have more time to register to vote. a federal judge extended the registration deadline until october 18 because of the destruction an damage from hurricane matthew. a spokesman for the governor says the state will accept the court's decision. and unfortunately, the death toll continues to rise following hurricane matthew, officials in north carolina say 19 people have been confirmed dead. >> 38 in total here in the u.s. flooding is still a major concern and forecasters say it could be well into the weekend before swollen rivers begin to reseed. scores of people are still out of their homes due to those rising floodwaters, nearly 150 people have been staying at this
one shelter in the town of goldsboro. this droen video shows the scope of destruction hurricane matthew has left in haiti. just take a look at that, hundreds of people were killed by last week's hurricane and the u.n. says 1.4 million haitians need assistance. supplies are trickling in but are having trouble reaching remote areas. >> as you can see, everything's gone. the town destroyed. >> the u.s. military is joining the relief effort. the uss iwo jima is headed to haiti with food, and watgenerat and water purifiers. >> it's pretty dry but maybe some fog moving in? >> yes, we do have nice weather
here, here is a live look out at rehoboth beach and some areas did make it to around 70 degrees. and tomorrow i think we'll have more areas getting into the 70s, more like the low 70s. 67 through monday where pennsylvania suburbs, even is lehigh valley upper 60s, temperatures mostly mid to upper 60s and if you are in newcastle county in delaware, your temperatures mid to upper 60s, holly hills, wilmington 69. but we do have some 70s, kenton coming in at 70 degrees, lincoln 70 degrees, dover 68. redding 70. if you're at rehoboth beach, you have temperatures in the mid 60s. we're seeing overcast skies for the most part and we're going to keep those clouds in the forecast as we go through tonight. so 70 degrees in the philadelphia area right now by
7:00 p.m., 64 degrees, by 10:00, 58 degrees, so it will be getting cooler again tonight, then we'll have some patchy fog early tomorrow morning. here's a live look, satellite radar, we are nice and dry. we'll have more moving in overnight and tomorrow. there's rain heading our way, not everyone's going to see this rain, that's part of a cold front, pretty far away, so the best chance as it gets closer is going to be for the lehigh valley tomorrow afternoon. that's going to be our best chance of any rain in the forecast. this is future weather, 10:30 in the morning, we're still dry, rain, to the north and west. but you see those clouds moving in. we have some rain already moving into burks county, lehigh valley, the poconos, but it should not hold together to move through the entire area, kind of breaks apart. a lot of the commuter models are actually agreeing with that. so i don't think everyone's going to see the rain. we could have isolated showers move through, but by tomorrow afternoon, sunshine, dry air and
we get cooler too because that rain is part of a cold front. saturday looks good, here's saturday afternoon, not much changes, we're going to start the weekend nice and dry, and about the mid to upper 60s, so it's going to feel like fall going through the weekend. bethlehem with scattered showers afternoon showers, more clouds around for phoenixville, 71 degrees. west chester 68 degrees, a couple of degrees warmer today, you'll notice the increase in clouds. new jersey, if you're in haddenfield, 71 degrees for your high, and if you're along the shore, temperatures mostly around the 70s, low 70s around atlantic city. dover 72, wilmington tomorrow high 71 degrees k now we go into the weekend, i told you that rain was from a cold front that will be moving through tomorrow. look what it does to our temperatures tomorrow. drops us back into the mid 60s, but it will be sunny and nice out. by saturday, mid to upper 60s, by sunday, we're going to get closer to 70 degrees again and
that warmup continues into next week. coming up we'll talk more about that with the 10-day forecast. coming all off new at 5:00, winter is coming and that means so are the potholes. today the philadelphia city council is working to fix them faster and it's all because of the nbc 10 investigators. how we got results to make sure you drive over fewer holes. truly what i want to have is a family that cares about me. >> up next, wednesday's child who ask looking for a forever family. do you own a bank? pat toomey owned both. but it's the
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>> george? >> city councilmembers repeated one after the other that pot holes are among the quality of live problems they hear about most frequently. and with winter soon upon us, street officials acknowledge that staying ahead of this problem remains a challenge. >> reporter: in city council chambers today, philadelphia's pothole problem under a city wide spotlight. ways to better address the roadway headaches no matter where they occur. >> sometimes they themselves, the people that drive don't understand all the nuances either, they don't know the difference between a state highway or a city street, they know there's a hole there and they want it fixed. >> nbc 10's investigation on pothole repair logs. in that story, we expose sloppy
recordkeeping, which meant the city often couldn't say how long it took to repair your pothole complaints even though the city promises a three-stay response. a city leader graded the condition of city roads, many of them quite old as a c minus, but he insisted his crews should be given an aminus for day to day response. >> we're doing the best we can with what we have. >> reporter: would you say you're dissatisfied with how things are going in terms of these repairs. >> yes, i'm dissatisfied. >> reporter: he believes greater use of technology may be the answer, machines may allow crews to repair more potholes with the same amount of manpower. city department leaders say an
paving upgrade will come through too. >> we should see that within the next year, two years at the late latest. you should start to see improvements. >> now in fairness to the streets department, many of philly's most traveled roads, like roosevelt boulevard are also penn dot's responsibility to maintain not the city. hundreds of temple university students have been without water since late this morning after a water main break on campus. you can see that water pouring in the roads. that water has stopped flowing, now crews are working to repair the roads and restore service to one of the residence halls. last summer -- first draft of an audit to the state's child line.
back then it showed it's peak last year, 43% of those calls on the line were either abandoned or they were lost. today he announced the final results and what's being done to fix problems. the department of human service hired more call takers and took more calls in the month of june than in the past two years combined. >> when we're talking about the safety of pennsylvania's children, we must stay on this moving forward, in a sense for everybody. >> the child line became inundated with calls following the jerry sandusky case and new laws putting background checks in place for any adults working with children. >> surveillance video captures a robbery at a fast food pizza change in west philadelphia. two thieves walked into the little caesar's and asked for
money and took off. there was a third suspect outside. he pointed a gun at a young mother and her two children, taking her cell phone, no one was hurt. turning now to our weather, a cool start to the day across much of the region. nbc 10 in delaware county where a few people took their exercise outside. took their pets as well. #. >> it will be a little warmer tomorrow and you could have run into some showers depending on where you live. >> sheena parveen has the details. >> the dogs are loving this weather too, it's so comfortable for them in the morning. temperatures today got into the mid to upper 60s for most of the area, but philadelphia has now hit 70 degrees, but yes, we do have showers tomorrow afternoon. not very everybody, but only for part of the area. lehigh valley can expect those tomorrow, sunny, 68 degrees right now and a lot of clear skies across the year, but we will see more clouds moving in
overnight tonight. so we are nice and dry, the rain is back by chicago, that's all part of a cold front that's moving in this direction, so by tomorrow afternoon, some parts of the area will start to see the rain. increasing clouds overnight tonight, so for the philadelphia area, by 7:00 a.m. in the morning, we could see some areas of fog around for the morning commute. temperatures mid 50s by 7:00 a.m. more clouds in the afternoon. temperature also get more into the low 70s for most of the area too. pennsylvania suburbs, some areas of fog tomorrow morning, more clouds around by the afternoon. we could see a couple of showers try to move into the pennsylvania suburbs, best chance of rain tomorrow will be for the lehigh valley, mostly in the afternoon. so we'll be watching that closely. i don't think the rain is going to make it into new jersey or delaware, so you can expect some area of fog for the morning commute, temperatures in the low 50s in the morning, by the afternoon, the upper 60s, by 4:00 p.m. most spots will get up into the lower 70s. maybe dry in new jersey or
delaware. can't rule out a passing shower. coming up i'll show you a closer look on the timing of that rain expected and another cooldown before the weekend. we have a stretch of 70s coming. in the meantime, we want to turn to some breaking news out of new jersey. sky force 10's live over the scene of an accident involving a new jersey state trooper. that's what you see right there in the center of your screen. this is millville, a trooper collided with a car and that car hit a pole. we will bring you new information as soon as we get it. republican vice presidential nominee mike pence will campaign in pennsylvania tomorrow. he's expected to attend the third annual republican fest reception in lehigh county. with just 28 days left until the
election, campaigns are in overdrive keith over the area. >> what you may not know is just how invasive they can get. facebook is scooping up more than just your age, location and relationship status. the political campaigns are working with facebook to gather everything from how long you have live in the your home to how many credit lines you have. credit advocates call the face kbook program the quote zillions model. >> when you go on facebook, you're likely going to be presented with ads that are based on what your patterns have done in the past. it's not neutral. it's not supposed to be neutral. >> facebook says their ad model is standard in the industry and they have recently meet it easier to adjust your preferences by going into your settings. >> coming up next, election season and flu season collide. how one local county is mixing voting with vaccinations at the polls this year. we're taking grow from
samsung wants customers to return their galaxy note 7 phones in a safe manner. the tech giant is sending thermally insulated kits to send back their smart phone. the kit also comes with safety gloves and assembly instructions. samsung as halted production after reports its replacement devices were catching fire. the company says the special boxes are required by government regulate for regulators. if you're a vera bradley
customer, card numbers and names, expiration dates and internal verification codes may have been compromised between july 25th and september 23rd. a spokeswoman says cards used to shop on the company's website were not affected. on november 8, polling places across the country are expected to be packed. >> montgomery county hopes to take advantage of those high nibs and get more people vaccinated against the flu. on election day, members of the health department will be at trinity church to register voters and give flu shots. the health department is hoping some of them will come and get vaccinated. calcium supplements may be bad for your heart. according to researchers at johns hopkins people who took calcium pills were more likely
to develop plaque around their arteries, however eating calcium rich foods actually protects the heart. it's not clear why calcium supplements are linked to heart damage, but it my be because the body is unable to use high amounts of calcium. >> carson wentz's mon is still in shock. >> it's just surreal. my little boy. >> we take you to carson country in north dakota where fans are adopting the eagles as their new favorite team. and tomorrow, some areas will be in the 70s, a little bit warmer, but also some rain in
the forecast. i'll show you who can expect that, that's coming up next.
develop into the kind of quarterback he's become. he's basically a rock star out there. carson wentz is north dakota's treasure. at the homecoming parade, you see trucks and tractors. life is a lot simpleler out here, the people of north dakota are hard working and very polite. carson embodies the best qualities of these people. >> and honestly it's just surreal, you know, my little boy. >> reporter: carson wentz is a rock star in fargo. he's everywhere. he's up on billboards, and when we were there, they shut down streets to film a commercial with him for a truck company. they will trick out your truck like a wentz wagon. >> i'm just excited to be long for the ride and trying to keep up with the demand of the eagles ordering and the merchandise and all that good stuff.
>> shields has a whole section of carson wear. >> how come you bought the eagles hat? >> i'm a carson wentz fan i guess. >> at a mortgage company they wanted to sign more deals. they say out here, carson is like currency. >> it's definitely exceeded our expectations, and been very, very popular. >> rock ridge bank even have game day fridays, all the employees wear carson's eagles jersey. out here, they're mostly vikings fans, but they are adopting the eagles. they watch carson's games every sunday at places like this. herd and horn. >> you hear the stories about him as early as 5:30 in the morning. those aren't stories, it's the truth. it's the same thing here. it's nothing new to the people
around here, they knew all that stuff about im. >> and that's just a taste of what's to come in our special from wentz he came. this friday night at 7:00 on nbc 10. the story of carson's high school and college rise to fame. again, friday night, 7:00, you won't want to miss it right here on nbc 10. well, a nice fall day for a stroll in princeton. nbc 10 was on nassau street today where plenty of people were enjoying the fantastic weather. you can have a light jacket on or short sleeves this afternoon. depends on what neighborhood you're in, because some did get up to 70 degrees. pennsylvania suburbs right around the mid to upper 60s, many of our south jersey neighborhoods are still in the upper 60s, some spots in the 70s. very heres, 70 degrees, audobon
69. lumberton hit 72 today. but in princeton right now, it's still in the 60s. right now we have areas of fog forming, but some areas will see some patchy follow developing, just keep that in mind before you head out tomorrow morning. tomorrow afternoon, i think we'll have more neighborhoods than today that will be warming. >> the low 70s, so the 70s do return tomorrow. 70s towards the end of the week after our best chance of rain tomorrow afternoon. not everyone is going to see that rain tomorrow. take a look at what our temperatures are going to do. normal high this time of year, so far today we have hit 70s in phil. then that cold front moves through, we drop into the mid 60s, then we slowly start to warm it back up by sunday, right around 70 degrees. and in fact we do have a stretch of 70s in the forecast.
nice and dry right now, we have some passing clouds, but most of the area still seeing sunny skies. there's the rain back to our west. it's a cold front, the rain is moving through chicago. it will be here tomorrow afternoon, but again, not for everybody, here's future weather, there comes the rain, as we go through the morning, but it's not here yet, 10:00 a.m. it's just to our north and west. you will notice the clouds increasing tomorrow. lehigh valley, maybe the pennsylvania suburbs, with the best chance of rain, wouldn't be surprised if a stray shower moved into the philadelphia area, but it won't last for long. and it will be very slim for newark and delaware. temperatures drop again to the mid 60s, actually looks really good for your saturday, sunny skies again. tomorrow afternoon, 73, fairmount for the high temperature. allentown 69 with some afternoon showers around. if you're in robbinsville 9 degrees, newark and delaware
coming in at 69 degrees. friday we drop down into the mid 60s, monday we're more around 70 degrees. so it's going to warm up slowly as we go through the weekend. then there's that stretch of 70s, 73 by next monday. then we're at 77, so that's going to be one of the warmest days as we go through next week, into the 70s even as we go into next thursday, that's a nice stretch of weather you can enjoy. more details on your neighborhood weather coming up at 6:00. lester holt joins us now from the nbc studios in new york. >> good evening, lester. >> hi, keith and denise, we'll have details on the missile attack on the u.s. naval ship. we'll talk about what the u.s. options are, why the upcoming holiday season could be an exceptionally good one. and four legged passengers are becoming a common sight in the area, but is there a crackdown coming on the so-called comfort
animals in the skies. we'll tell you about that as well. when we see you just ahead on nbc "nightly news.news." >> lester, thank you, we'll see you at 6:30. a camden football field vandalized. >> police think it may have been a hate crime, but it didn't keep the team from practicing today. katie v/o: she works hard. she stays late. but she gets paid 21% less than her male coworkers. pat toomey has voted
time after time against equal pay for women, against pay that helps hard working families get ahead. katie o/c: for my daughters and yours, i'll fight for equal pay for women. families need it; you've earned it.
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ahead. when i was one year old, i was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer on my spinal chord. but i spent my whole life fighting back. so you can imagine what i thought when i saw donald trump say... "i don't know what i said, ah, i don't remember!" "that reporter he is talking about suffers from a chronic condition that impairs movement of his arms." i don't want a president who makes fun of me.
>> the destruction of a camden youth football field is now being investigated as a hate crime. >> someone vandalized the field by doing doughnuts in a struck. >> nbc 10 south jersey reporter sydney long is live. the kids are resuming practice there tonight. >> reporter: these players are hurt but they're not down and out. they're back on their field again tonight, they're playing and praying for an immediate arrest. heartless and deproperable. that's how the camden raiders football coach talks about the vandals that dug the holes in their home field sunday. >> i'm clueless, who would
actually come out here in this community and put something up like that. >> it follows what some are calling a hate crime after someone spray painted an anti-semitic slogan on to the field house. >> we're still looking at it, we're still retrieving tape from last night. >> reporter: surveillance cameras are in perfect position. police aren't sharing the video but they say the suspects will be caught and prosecuted. >> we have the ability to take a look at the make and model of the vehicle. >> reporter: it's the very first year for the camden raiders as far as competition. it's an all volunteer league with no funding. it's one reason why a man drove all the way from delaware donating his time. >> i have been playing football my whole life. they need a field to play on.
so i'm giving it back to them. or hopefully. >> reporter: players are feeling the love from the community and trying to shake off not just one but two acts of intimidating vandalism. >> police are calling it a hate crime, coach kelly says it's doing nothing but generating love and support in this community. he called it a minor set back for a major come back. and just a few minutes ago the american lee legion post surprised is team with a $1,000 donation. >> got to love that. the community coming together in a big way right there for those kids. >> nbc 10 news at 6:00 is next. a growing fight to preserve philadelphia's historic jeweler's row, why part of the community could be torn down and the reason the mayor says there is nothing he can do. also pushing back, donald trump goes on the attack against
leaders of his own party. what he had to say to those who are not supporting him. and some neighborhoods will be seeing some showers tomorrow. coming up, i'll show you who can expect them, plus how many warmer temperatures are going to get before they cool down again, that's next on nbc 10 news at 6:00.
. develop gop leaders are dropping their support for donald trump. >> smoking fee, who the city is charging in order to stop teenaged smoking. the republican nominee has a massive disadvantage. and especially when you have the leaders not putting the weight behind the people. >> fighting words from donald trump as he continues to wage war with fellow republicans. tonight the republican nominee continues to push back with just 27 days left before the election. i'm jacqueline london. many of donald trump's endorsement have disappeared over the last week. today he held a large rally in the battle ground state of florida and to criticize his own party for the lack of support.
randy gyllenhaal spoke to supporters about how they feel about the battle within the party. he joins us live from a campaign office. >> reporter: well, with just weeks to go, this is usually the time when the party and the candidate come together, they pool their resources to get out the vote. but this week it feels more like the gop is attacking itself as campaign volunteers here stuck in the middle just keep working hard to get their ground game moving. >> hi, my name is joseph, and i'm calling on behalf of the trump cam pain. >> reporter: amid deep turmoil in the gop ranks, trump volunteers keep their heads above the fray, ignoring all the noise as they enter neighborhoods looking for undecided voters. daniel mills is a volunteer and first time voter, but he worries this week that his party is tearing at the seams at the