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stronger together than we are on our own. that's what hillary clinton understands. this fighter, this stateswoman, this mother and grandmother, this public servant, this patriot, that's the america she's fighting for. and that is why i have confidence, as i leave this stage tonight, that the democratic party is in good hands. my time in this office, it hasn't fixed everything. as much as we've done, there's still so much i want to do. but for all the tough lessons
places where i've fallen short, i've told hillary, and i'll tell y you, what's picked me back up every single time, it's been you. the american people. it's the letter i keep on my wall from a survivor in ohio who twice almost lost everything to cancer but urged me to keep fighting for health care fo lost, do not quit. it's the painting i keep in my private office, a big eyed green owl with blue wings, made by a 7-year-old girl who was taken from us in newtown. given to me by her parents so i wouldn't forget. a reminder of all the parents who have turned their grief into action. it's the small business owner in
salary so he wouldn't have to lay off any of his workers in the recession. because, he said, that wouldn't have been in the spirit of america. it's the conservative in texas who said, he disagreed with me on everything but he appreciated that, like him, i try to be a good it's the courage of the young soldier from arizona who nearly died on the battlefield in afghanistan, but who has learned to speak again and walk again. and earlier this year, stepped through the door of the oval office on his own power to salute and shake my happened.
believes we can change this country for the better. so many of you who had never been involved in politics, who picked up phones and hit the streets and used the internet in amazing new ways that i didn't really understand, but made change happen. you are the best organizers on the planet, and i am so proud of all the change that you made possible. time and again, you've picked me up. and i hope sometimes i picked you up, too. and tonight, i ask you to do for hillary clinton what you did for me. i ask you to carry her, the same way you carried me. because you're who i was talking about 12 years ago, when i talked about hope.
when the odds were great, even when the road is long, hope in the face of difficulty, hope in the face of uncertainty. the audacity of hope. america, you've vindicated that hope these past eight years. and now, i'm ready to pass the baton and do my part as a private citizen, so this year, in this election, i'm asking you to join me and reject fear and to summon what is best in us to elect hillary clinton as the next president of the united states. and show the world we still believe in the promise of this great nation. thank you for this incredible journey. let's keep it going. god bless you. god bless the united states of
>> 12 years to the day he burst on the national scene, two-term president barack obama gives his political valedictory. grateful, emotional at the end. thanking the american people for picking him up when he was down. passing the baton, as he said, to hillary clinton, remarkably generous speech for a president to gi. man or woman, no one who has held the office has been more qualified to serve as president of the united states of america. he included himself, he included bill clinton in that. remarkably brutal toward donald trump. painted him as a would be dictator, but said americans don't look to be ruled. the through line, optimism, he called the audacity of hope. and matthew dowd, it's been an
passed. as she comes out, big, big hug there. this is a relationship that was not formed easily, but look how grateful she is for that speech he gave tonight. tears in her eyes, as well. say i saying he's proud of her. the most the most optimistic campaign. he called the deeply pessimistic vision we saw in cleveland. the question is, is this year different? >> well, i mean, there's so many articles of faith in this election that have been broken in a in. and what normally happens is, the outsider is coupled with the optimism. 1992, bill clinton. 2008, barack hussein obama, 1980, ronald reagan, but this year, the outsider is pessimistic and the insider is
trump again and again and again in that speech. a president has never done that. >> george, we have never seen an outgoing lame duck president give a speech anywhere near this, like this, he went at donald trump. he sees donald trump as not a political rival, but somebody who is dangerous. this is personal. this is a campaign that he is eager to be apart of and to fight. >> pierre thomas, you pointed out, we saw the contempt we talked about earlier, the president even laughing when he talked a he talked about donald trump as if, i can't believe this guy's actually in the position that he's in. the other thing that struck me is that he talked about the great collective, that this country is great because of diversity, contrasting donald trump. >> talked about a big america. martha raddatz, personal testimony to hillary clinton, saying he had a front row seat to her intelligence. where as bill clinton talked about her soft side last night, he talked about her toughness and tenacity. >> he talked about her
good judgment. tenacity, he said, over and over again. he talked about the raid on osama bin laden. he painted her as a tough leader who would be a good commander in cheech, b chief, but he, too, mentioned her as a mother and grandmother, really, again, the first time in history we've heard those words. >> tim kaine right there, a shoutout for tim kaine, as well. and david muir, he had this crowd in the palm of his hand. >> no question, george, did he have the crowd in the palm of his hand. and that men hillary clinton emerged on that stage, you know, tim kaine is here in the audience, his family, bill clinton is here, but they chose that the two of them would walk out on that stage together and what an incredible story between these two people who were rivals eight years ago, and him coming out here tonight and passing the baton, as you said, pointing out that she is not the woman on the sidelines. she is the woman in the arena. sometimes not noticed, in his words, but he urged this audience not to boo, but to vote
george. >> terry moran, he quieted the protesters in the crowd. >> he did, george. and he also paid tribute, explicitly and implicitty to the bernie sanders people here. he created their hard work, their passion and working on the issues of income inequality and other things. he reached out to them on that issue of democracy, i think the whole convention's emotional level has been raised by the unpredictability and the passion of i'm going to ask this lady right here, can i ask, what did you think of the president's speech? >> oh, it's unbelievable. wonderful. he's -- he's a star. he's an star. we love him. all of us do. >> all right, and that is definitely the feeling. thank you very much. right throughout the hall here. he played this hall like an organ. george? >> the emotional level is raised. and cecilia vega, the bar very high for hillary clinton
near clinton and obama staffers. they were crying during this speech. i also want you to know, i am standing where i can see the teleprompter, the president was reading from it and he made that joke about the birth certificate, that was not in his prepared remarks. martha said it, this was a commander in speech test that he laid out, who can best walk into the oval office and do that job, he made the case, he said, it's hillary clinton. this is going to be his speech. >> tomorrow night, hillary clinton's night. we'll be here right here at 10:00 eastern. for now, we send you back to your regular programming. for some of you, that is your local news. and i'll see you tomorrow on "gma." this has been a presentation
>> the news at 11:00 starts right now. jc: breaking news from cape cod, where a standoff with a gunman comes to a peaceful end. the disturbing discovery made. ben: president obama at the dnc. harvey: the hot weather is not over, but the end is in sight and much-needed rainfall could be on the way. jc: death of a boy at a city run day program. ben: the boston worker off the job tonight. >> and the stock saved by a medical -- dog saved by a medical breakthrough that could help humans, as well. ben: breaking news from cape cod, where a standoff with a gunman comes to a peaceful end. the suspect in custody tonight. police say that man was armed with an assault rifle, and at one point did fire the weapon. good evening, i'm ben simmoneau. jc: i'm jc monahan. this all happening at a strip mall, shutting down a section of
our mary saladna has the breaking information from mashpee. mary ?after 7 tense hours, this -- mary? mary: the sheriff is not releasing the name of the man tonight love that he confirms that he will face -- tonight, but he confirms that he will face charges. after 7 tense hours, this 41-year-old falmouth man finally surrendered to police, and was quickly taken to falmouth hospital for a psych evaluation. noon, when police were asked to do a wellness check on the man at a local business on route 28, audio visual solutions. the man quickly barricaded himself inside, and threatened to shoot himself and police. route 28 was shutdown, nearby businesses evacuated, and crisis negotions began a long and challenging dialogue with the suspect. >> at one point in the late afternoon, the suspect fired a round from inside the business. the situation escalated and he said that he was armed with an
thousands of ammunition. mary: friends and family assisted in the negotiations, and at 7:30 p.m. tonight police coaxed the man out of the building, he surrendered peacefully. mary: it is still not clear of the suspect was aiming for police when he fired that shot, or if he was just agitated. jc: also breaking tonight, two people are seriously injured after a rollover crash involving a pedestrian in abington. police tell us the car struck a pedestrian on green street intersection of brockton avenue and mill street. the driver of that car, 43-year-old duane seaquist, now under arrest for operating under the influence. abington police say the pedestrian was taken to tufts medical center by helicopter. seaquist was brought to a boston hospital. and also breaking, cruise on the
will bring you more when we get it. ? ben: commitment 2016 tonight, a surprise appearance by hillary clinton at the democratic national convention. she was coming out onto the stage, hugging president obama after he called on the party to rally behind her. the president making clear that hillary clinton is the person to carry on her legacy. jc: he did take shots cobbetts pond more time on praising -- donald trump, but spent more time praising hillary clinton. >> i can say with confidence, there has never been a man or woman, not me, not bill, nobody more qualified than hillary clinton to serve as president of the united states of america. [applause] jc: the speech was an emotional
delegation. ed harding has that part of the story. ed: it was an emotional night here for the delegates. he is not even a senator from massachusetts, but he did get his start in the commonwealth. they were watching barack obama tonight. >> wow. it is a different world. reporter: years ago. >> thank you. reporter: when a young senator from illinois emerged. >> it is a moment for me. reporter: tonight, he addressed them as the current president for the last time. >> mixed emotions. i have been waiting a long time. >> i felt the bittersweet part, and the victory lap. reporter: and they listened.
advocacy does it for the next president of the united eights -- states. reporter: and handing the ball to hillary clinton. bittersweet? >> no, we are all in it together. reporter: so the next chapter? >> right. not the end. reporter: one speech is left and that is from hillary clinton, which will take place tomorrow night. we will be back with senator elizabeth moran ander comments on the vice presidential nominee. ben: and also at the convention, tim kaine. he says that hillary clinton is ready for the job. >> she is ready because of her heart, she is ready to bring -- ready because of experience, and she knows that america is stronger when we are together. my fellow democrats, this week
great and proud story. ben: also speaking, the city vice presidents -- sitting vice president joe biden. talking about the next generation. >> we all understand what it will mean for our daughters and granddaughters, when hillary clinton walks into the oval office as president of the united states of america. it will change their lives. up at times, but also taking aim at donald trump, saying he is to dangerous to be president. jc: and donald trump drawing criticism from both parties. we have the new controversy. jorge: donald trump doubling down again, igniting another
conference in florida, donald trump urging russia to hack hillary clinton's emails from her time as secretary of state, and release them. >> russia, if you are listening, i hope you are able to find the 30,000 e-mails that are missing. i think he will probably be rewarded mightily by the press. jorge: the bipartisan backlash, fast and furious from the convention tonight, to washington. >> it is that any presidential candidate would be that irresponsible. jorge: and from a spokesman for house speaker paul ryan. "russia is a global menace, led by a devious thug. putin should stay out of this election." questioned by reporters, trump not giving an inch. reporter: does that not give you pause? donald trump: no, it gives me no pause. if they have them. they have them. you know, what gives me more pause? that person in our government, crooked hillary clinton. here's what gives me pause. be quiet. i know you want to, you know, save her. jorge: and despite previouisly bragging about knowing vladimir
>> i never met putin. i don't know who putin is. he said one nice thing about me. he said i am a genius. i said, thank you very much, and that was the end of it. jorge: in fact, putin actually said trump is a colorful character. and while trump refuses to back down, republicans insist the gop nominee was just joking. also dialing it back, trump's running-mate mike pence, who said if russia tried to interfere, there would be serious consequences. mary: ben: thank you. another warm night out there in boston. there was a sea breeze earlier that prevented boston from officially continuing the heat wave, but for the west of us -- but for the rest of us, we felt it big time. harvey: one more day, then a big change is coming. let me share that with you. first of all, let me show you what we got up to today.
it goes in the books as a six day heat wave for boston, but like hartford, they will keep going. and it looks like 90's will be widespread. some coastal places, maybe not. the cape should be in the 80's. this front welcome to early friday and -- will come through early friday. and he moisture looking look like we are going to get into some of the heavy rain. that will be during the day on friday. here is what i want you to know about the rain. here is the idea. heavy rain is possible and it could cause street flooding. the track is uncertain, so i am not sure if all of us will be involved. more of that, in a few minutes. jc: change ordered by city hall after the death of a little boy
leave. mayor walsh promising a full accounting to the family of 7-year-old kyzr willis. our shaun chaiyabhat is live in south boston with where the investigation stands now. shaun: this community center has been closed all day long and you can see behind me flowers have , now been left at the door, mourning this little boy's death. the city and police are offering very few answers. but they are promising a thorough investigation. shaun: the final moments of ky community center tuesday. his body pulled from the water hours later, roughly 15 yards from shore off carson beach. a tragedy mayor marty walsh vows should never happen again. >> to make sure that nothing like this tragedy ever happens again in the city of boston. shaun: the city said there is no security video here, leaving the boy's family with many questions. they say willis went to change in a bathroom alone.
he was reportedly last seen around 2:15. but it was 30 minutes before police were called. an investigation is still unraveling the timeline and witness accounts. >> you can imagine we had a lot of kids telling us different things. so it was hard to sort out exactly what happened. but i know we tried our hardest. shaun: -- shaun: relatives want to know how the camp staff responded. the mayor paid respects to the boy's grieving family, but offered few answers less than 24 he said 56 kids showed up to the day camp tuesday, supervised by 28 staff. and while the mayor did not place blame, the director of the curley community center is now on paid leave. an interim director has been named as the investigation continues. shaun: and the mayor said the city is now reviewing protocol for all 36 community centers. live in south boston, shaun chaiyabhat, wcvb 5.
she is back in the news. she is the former new hampshire school teacher serving a life sentence for plotting her husband's murder. she is now suing her jailers. smart says she was wrongly put into solitary confinement. her lawsuit against new york state also says prison wardens called her names, including jason and buffy the vampire slayer. and she was allegedly allowed only 3 showers per week. we have learned tonight that one person died in a plane crash that happened two weeks ago in westwood. the ntsb says the passenger in the plane had fatal injuries. the small plane went down in the woods as it was trying to land the pilot was also seriously hurt. jc: this "black lives matter" banner flying from somerville city hall will stay there. mayor joe curtatone says it's possible to support minority residents and the police. he says city hall also features a banner supporting slain police officers in louisiana and texas. somerville's police union plans to protest the black lives banner tomorrow night.
they escaped a dangerous road rage. ben: and a medical breakthrough that helped a dog could soon be helping human patients. harvey: and rain on the way. which >> thursday modern on the eyeopener, protecting your heart in the summer heat. >> the mistakes that can put you or a loved one in danger. >> and still hot and more humid, and i am tracking the chance for needed rain on thursday,
>> you are watching newscenter 5 at 11:00. >> who is that? what are you doing? jc: new video tonight a , frightening ride for a couple in alaska and their 2-year-old child. they were rammed three times by another driver who just kept following them. the couple started recording and called 911. they eventually pulled away and the car sped off, hitting several other cars along the way. that driver is still on the loose tonight.
convention in philadelphia. tonight massachusetts senator , elizabeth warren making some surprising comments about the man chosen to be hillary clinton's running mate. ed harding joins us once again from philadelphia with what the senator is saying. ed? ed: she did. welcome back to philadelphia. they have turned off half of the lights. this has been going strong since the afternoon. but elizabeth had a high profile here, she has walked around and spoke with many people. last night, she spoke with abc's david muir. here is what she said. >> when tim kaine became the pic, was he the right pick/ ?
>> but the right pick/ ? >> he is a good man, with a good heart. i think he will be valuable to the team. ed: you heard her. he is a good man with a good heart, but she would not say definitively that he was the right pick. when i spoke with her yesterday, she said she was not disappointed. so she we wonder what she really thinks. and clinton made an appearance at the end of the president costs speech -- president's speech tonight. she will have the full stage tomorrow. jc: thank you. all pregnant women in the u.s. should now be screened for the zika virus, whether or not they have traveled to areas where there's an outbreak. that's a big change coming from the centers for disease control tonight. zika, which is widespread in parts of south america and the carribean, has been linked to a
the cdc is also recommending a more sophisticated blood test for the virus. there are now 450 pregnant women with zika in the united states. ben: ok doctors at boston's , brigham and women's hospital who usually treat people are being credited with a medical breakthrough that saved a dog. jc: it's a new type of medical glue, and check out the very first patient. little papi had a mouth disease, which caused a painful opening to form in his mouth. that hole got infected and made him sick. three surgeries failed to fix it. his doctor at the mspca called brigham and women's for help. doctors there developed a glue that filled that hole. >> to bring him here and getting the treatment that he has gotten, it was worth it. jc: the glue gives papi's cells something on which they can grow, then it dissolves. papi's owner says the treatment worked so well, papi has the energy of a puppy again. ben: good for him. jc: very cute. ben: yes.
i used it already today. harvey: it is ok, because now it is a different day. jc: technically. harvey: after midnight. when we get to the seven day forecast, the days will make sense. the heat wave is officially over , because the airport did not reach 90 today. even though some of the other areas did. so how does it go into the books? 10th. but for the month, 2.5 degrees above average. it is warm tonight and a little bit more monday. -- muggy. we have come 60's showing up -- have some 60's showing up. it is muggy around boston and down to the south. it is summer, we expect it.
tomorrow. low to mid 90's, i mean, literally on the shore and might be a little bit better like rockport. often will likely be over 90 tomorrow. worcester county will be in the 90's. and when you go first to the south -- further to the south, there will be a light wind. highs in the 80's. it will be another good beach day if you are on vacation. the ocean water air temperature in the 80's on the cape. the southwest wind should not be too strong. the index is high and the rip current is low. and to changes are coming -- 2 changes are coming. this front from the northwest. it could spark thunderstorms tomorrow evening. the front will i go through the
system from the south coming. and the whole question is about this concentrated area of energy, that is translating into heavy rain, could it be moving in our direction? how far north will it come? this model shows a real soaking to the south. and other models lifting it into the region, so there is hope that we could have a beneficial rain out of this on ay could come down so hard that there could actually be localized street flooding developing. here is another computer model showing their very heavy rain as it goes into the region, during the day on friday. be aware that friday could be a weather impact day due to the heavy rain. of course, the gardens need water and it may come in a rush. then it will clear nicely for saturday.
rain event could be on sunday night, monday. and here is one showing about two inches of rain for the average, so it is starting to look like that. still some indicating various heavy downpours south of austin. -- boston. most of us should get in on this. there is a potential of rain on sunday night and monday morning. and toward monday night and tuesday of next week, it does not look very hot at that time. that is the story. ben: looks nice. all of those chilly dunks last summer lead it to a medical breakthrough. jc:
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ben: a major breakthrough in the fight against als. jc: and
it's thanks in-part to the ice bucket challenge. researchers have discovered a gene they say contributes to the disease. the challenge, inspired by beverly's own pete frates, raised more than $100 million for the als association. and much of that money went to the research efforts at u-mass medical center. >> if we know what pathways are being altered, what it allows us to do is think about how we can fix those pathways through therapeutic treatments and, you know, that is the goal. jc: in a tweet today, frates calling this discovery outstanding work and adding, "we ain't done yet." ben: very cool. jc: and you know pete. mike: they were very encouraged.
>> now here sportscenter 5. mike: bill belichick came right out of the shoot today clarifying his quarterback situation, mentioning tom brady and jimmy garrapolo and what their roles will be with his team from tonight and going forward. >> we have finally some definition with tom's situation, so our priority now is to get jimmy ready for the start of the season, for the arizona game.
back. i never dealt with it. until the decision was made, it was some version of litigation, appeal, appeal depending on litigation. it has been in the same place for 1.5 years, basically. so, there is definition to based on the decision. mike: and the jets have reached a deal with fitzpatrick, they finally gave him a one-year, $12 million deal. and the sox and tigers this afternoon at fenway. they had a 1-0 lead in the first inning. and then in the seventh, they were down.
this one going past the glove in center field and it goes all the way to the wall. that is more than enough to make it to third. and in the top of the ninth inning, two outs, taking into right field. the cousin of the tough angle of the sun, it bounces off the wall and that is the ballgame. the sox get tigers. and miami, going up against -- that is a hot dog catch. a great-looking catch for a slugger. and now two daughters stadium -- dodgers stadium. tampa bay's first base man, he has it, right into the first row of the seats. that is concentration. [laughter]
i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thanks for coming. thanks for joining us. another big night of politics in the united states tonight. from philadelphia, where liberty was born and the fresh prince was raised, the democratic national convention, night three of the dnc, featuring president obama and vice president biden. that's right, now that we got all the boring speeches out of the way, here comes uncle joe bidenn shorts and the no shirt on, firing everybody up. but of all the many luminaries who spoke today, i believe my opinion the most powerful speech of the night came from the reverend jesse jackson. >> i wail hear their prayers, forgive their sins, heal the land, it's healing time, it's hope time, it's hillary time, it's healing time, it's hope time, it's hillary time, it's healing time, it's hope time,
time, it's hope time, it's healing -- louder, it's healing time, it's hope time -- >> jimmy: he forgot hammer time, i think. healing time. that was impressive. i've never seen anybody remix himself before. hillary clinton's choice for vp, senator tim kaine, also spoke tonight which is exciting. if hillary wins she'll be the first-ever female president. kaine would also make history as the first vice president named i think that's what we call progress. bill clinton gave a long speech last night. our former president told the story about his 45-year-long relationship with hillary. is it just me or did it seem like he skipped over a part of that story? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: there was an omission, right? he started the speech by saying, in the spring of 1971 i met a girl.
of relief when the girl turned out to be hillary. [ laughter ] it was a good speech. very well received. but did anyone else note the mild sexual undertones? >> in the spring of 1971, a girl. [ sexy music playing ] >> she had big blond hair. i got close back but i couldn't do it. somehow i knew this would not be just another tap on the shoulder. couple days later i saw her again. i remember she was wearing a long, white, flowery skirt. i actually drove her home to park ridge, illinois. she smiled and looked at me like, what is this boy up to? here i was in a trance just staring out the window, trying not to cry. and there was hillary on her hands and knees. [ laughter ]
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: the rest of the story he tells with a saxophone. while we're on the subject of horyn democrats, former congressman anthony weiner is at the dnc. yesterday he weighed in on the rumor donald trump's son donald jr. might run for mayor of new york come out of retirement is if anyone named trump ran, to beat him like a rented mule and turn the keys back over to de blasio. >> jimmy: okay, drop your pants. i like his come out of retirement. as if the reason he decided to go away was to play golf. donald trump's campaign manager today now says trump has no plan to release his tax returns, which is a long-standing custom for presidential nominees. the reason they give is trump is in the middle of an audit rather
bombshell." which i don't know, trump's whole campaign has been a giant bombshell, is anybody going to care he deducts melania as a business expense? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you think a line item of hair is going to change anyone's mind? ordinarily i'd say we shouldn't assume there's something damaging in someone's tax returns because the person hasn't released them but this is donald trump. do you think if those income from legitimate businesses and millions of dollars in charitable donations he wouldn't show them to sinus he'd have them blown up and posted on the sides of aircraft carriers. he'd have them -- they would be skywritten over the olympics. you'd be reading donald trump's tax returns on the little screens above the gas pump when you fill up. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i would like to see those. trump was in top form today.
doral, florida, talking about the recent e-mail hack of the dnc. when he made what might be his trumpiest statement yet. >> i will tell you this. russia, if you're listening, i hope you're able to find the 30,000 e-mails that are missing. i think you will probably be rewarded mightily by our press. >> jimmy: that's right, donald trump is asking russia to hack our former secretary of state. become a weird early '90s action movie you'd see on usa network in the middle of the day. even his own running mate distanced himself from those comments. minutes after the press conference, mike pence released a statement saying, if it is russia and they are interfering in our elections, i can assure you both favorites in u.s. government will ensure there are serious consequences in spite what was my nutty running mate just encouraged them to do. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ]
whole ride. no refund. as a result of all this russia stuff, tax stuff, there's been speculation now as to whether or not trump had some kind of financial relationship with the russians. this is what donald had to say about that. >> can you say unequivocally russia has no business in you, that you don't have any -- >> no, i have nothing to do with russia. john, how many times do i have to say? are you a smart man? i have nothing to do with russia. >> jimmy: he has nothing to do with russia. he [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: for those who might still have doubts about some potential trump connection to russia, his campaign manager paul manafort put those doubts to rest quite unequivocally. >> to be clear, mr. trump has no financial relationships with any russian oel oligarch? >> that's what he said, that's
positions -- >> >> jimmy: well, i'm convinced. must be a hell of a poker player. while on the subject of hacking, do you watch mr. robot on usa? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i love the show. it's now in its second season. tonight they unveiled a new character who i believe will win the emmy in 2017, watch. >> this is our biggest hack yet. i'm in this now. we're in this together. we got access, let's run the vpn. thankfully we have a new member. web cipher. everyone on the boards i see are talking about this guy. pulling the key logger. running a decryption. >> googling how to run through decryption now. decryption with a "y"?
>> usually i let my nephew handle this kind of stuff, honestly. let me get him on the phone. >> no, no -- cipher, no one from the outside, man. >> oh, actually, i can't even call him because my phone needs to update. can you show me how to do that? >> we don't have time for that, man. >> we don't? >> no. how's it coming with the vpn? >> i think good. >> is that a blingy? >> isn't that what you asked for? hey, you know what, while i have you here, i have not been able to sync my contacts to the cloud. and i don't want to lose any of my facebook friends. what? >> you've never done this before, have you, web side ciph?
of emojis? >> did you really just say owe my knowledge g emojis? >> monkeys and pizzas. >> we really stepped in it this time, didn't we. >> who are you talking to? hi. >> no one. >> hey, i have a question, could i have a hug? >> no. gotta go. >> just a little one? >> no. >> all right. could i come with you? >> i don't think so, man. >> oh. >> you should probably just hang out with your nephew. >> oh. hello, carson? >> what? >> hey, man, it's your uncle, you want to hang out? [ phone hangs up ] [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: never did get to sync my contacts. thanks to ronnie malik and my new friends.
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italics >> jimmy: welcome back to the show. andy garcia, jack huston and music from the go-goes is coming up. night three of the dnc has come to an end. these conventions are c-span's time to shine. this was on c-span. a guy called to give his take on bill clinton's speech and to share his personal experience while taking it in. >> pete is up next, bay village, ohio, an independent.
themselves and their candidate? >> caller: well, i was listening to bill clinton tell his story tonight. and my mom came into my room to bring me a plate of chicken nuggets. i literally screamed at her and hit the plate of chicken nuggets out of her hand -- >> all right, pete. pete, we're going to move on. >> jimmy: what happened to the chicken nuggets? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: was he able to save them? well done, pete. as we've s passionate when speaking about the other side, we decided to conduct an examination of this. we went to the rnc last week and the dnc this week to ask republicans for their thoughts on democrats and democrats for their thoughts on republicans. and this is what they shared. >> describe democrats. >> gun control. handouts. debt.