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a woman dead. neighbors shook up after a woman being investigated as road rage. narcan called one of the most effective weapons in the war of heroin but could it be contributing to the problem? first, a live look outside, beautiful morning in northeast ohio. hello edition of "good morning cleveland," i'm sarah phinney in for nick foley. i have janessa webb with us. it could be a good pool or beach day for part of the day. >> tracking just a few scattered thunderstorms for late afternoon but all in all you should get to the beach. that warm air is tracking into northern ohio once again. we're talking about upper 80s, lower 90s for most spots so definitely warm air in place here. you can see we're tracking just
nice green grass, get outside and enjoy it. make sure though you are staying hydrated throughout your afternoon. good morning greater cleveland, 73 degrees. upper 60s and lower 70s for stark and summit county. so we're off to definitely a warm start. all right dew points, you're going to have that ac cranking for most of the day right now we're seeing that oppressive air, upper 60s across the ar cleveland, 67. 66 for canton and akron. so we're looking at that to reach the lower 70s mark. 5 live radars not picking up moisture but i want to show you exact timing when we'll track in the raindrops. by 3:00 it will be in and out, not going to spoil your day so looking forward to more sunshine than ever. we're learning new details about a woman killed by a stranger after a crash. it happened at richmond and
newschannel 5's derekwaller is learning more about the victim. >> shocking. >> reporter: barbara's neighbor, 53-year-old deborah pearl of twinsburg shot and killed saturday morning following this traffic accident. police said they took the shooter into custody but he hasn't been identified. they said he ran a red light and flipped his car, hers was out and fired. >> i'm shocked. we heard it as a distraught piece of news. to boot here it is, one of the nice men who said hello to me is a -- first meeting of a neighbor in a new area and it's his own wife. too shocking to be -- almost real. >> accident at the corner, man walking around with an ak-47 shooting all over the place. >> reporter: that is the terrifying scene witnesses saw before 7:30. >> are you there?
walking back and forth pacing. >> reporter: that 911 caller told police the man eventually put down the weapon and he was at the scene long enough for police to quickly catch up with him. meanwhile, pearl worked at a local harley-davidson dealership and it was a passion for motorcycles and cars that we're told she and her husband shared. >> happy man, for the rest of his life will be distraught. >> solon police not publicly identifying the man until charges are filed tomorrow. we'll continue to follow this story, download our newsnet5 app for the latest judgments. a jackson township man accused of gunning down his ex and her new boyfriend has died. the stark county coroner says 29-year-old shane varner died saturday morning at the hospital. massillon police say he shot and killed tara clawsman and michael lovette as the couple
officers tracked varner down. he was taken to the hospital after trying to commit suicide. several states are scrambling to deal with heroin overdose outbreaks. there have been spikes in several areas including ohio. a overdose antidote is narcan. some people are calling this treatment an enabler. they say addicts don't take the consequences seriously because of a safety net. some saved by narcan and those working to help addicts disagree. >> does it enable someone? yes, to live another day, to hopefully get into recovery and live a happy productive life. >> members of a southern ohio heroin task force say the problem isn't narcan, it's what happens after. first responders have few options, either take the person to jail or let them go. they argue state law needs to be changed so they can bring
instead. heroin is the focus of a unique car show on the west side. proceeds go to the julie adams house, a nonprofit that helps women struggling with addiction. the rally is 3:00 to 8:00ality allied building supply on brookpark road. a fundraiser today for cops charity. a charity that helps families the job. there will be discounted hair cuts and free cuts for police officers and firefighters. that 4 is from 4:00 to 7:00 today. thank you for joining us. i'm sarah phinney. coming up -- a new study of chicago police data is revealing some pretty alarming trends in the city. plus a lesson in forgiveness from a business owner targeted by thieves. a story you don't want to miss.
now. good morning mentor, 69 degrees. inland locations already akron and canton, warm air is tracking in here. 74 right now. we're looking at highs today back in the upper 80s, lower 90s. there is the calm winds so another beach day if you want to be by the pool. make sure you're tracking it in, bringing it back inside around the 2:00 to 3:00 hour as we track just a few storms. look at that, 88 for greater cleveland but if you sweltering heat, 92 and hot. this sounds like a movie plot. children living in a sewer system but utility workers in washington state say that really may be happening there. the workers were shocked by what they found underneath this 80-pound manhole cover. 14 feet below the street was a makeshift bed, clothes, toys and food. nearby they spotted two young boys, look to be about 12 or 13
them about the dangers of methane gas, vermin and limited air. >> no one should be down there without protective equipment on. >> neighbors say they've seen the kids running back and forth in the area and have noticed the manhole covers slightly ajar for months. workers returned to the site recently but say the food and toys are cleaned out and there's no sign of the boys. a couple stranded boaters are very lucky to be alive this morning. the pair were tryi to another when they got off track and ended up stranded on a deserted island. wednesday a ship noticed flashing lights from the island and notified the u.s. coast guard in gwam. days later a navy aircraft spotted the s.o.s. that the boaters spelled on the beach. they were rescued friday about a week after they originally went missing.
today. their bodies discovered thursday after they didn't show
up to work at a health clinic. officials say rodney earl sanders confessed but gave no reason for the crime. they were known for kindness, patience and dedication. >> it's hard to imagine that one who served the poor, untiringly, day and night, that her life would be taken violent way. >> the county where they worked is one of the poorest in the country. right now the search continues in new orleans after a small plane crashed into a lake. officials say a woman was rescued by boaters but two men are still missing. it went down near an airport. police are using divers in an effort to find the men and the wreckage. the woman was rushed to a hospital. condition unknown. we'll keep following this story. those fighting against
bathroom bill are celebrating a major victory. a federal judge is ruling that two students and employee at the university of north carolina must be allowed to use restrooms matching their gender identity. the law titled hb2 keeps transgender people from using bathrooms that don't match the gender on their birth certificate. they hope it's a sign of things to come as the larger case against the law heads to trial in november. >> it shows that hb2 is is a big thing so i think that is going to set a precedent for once it actually goes to court. >> the ruling will have little effect at unc as the university already refused to enforce hb2. elsewhere the state of north carolina is already seeing fallout from the law. the nba recently announced the all-star game is moving from charlotte to new orleans. a report shows mostly
have been shot by chicago police. the data from 2010 to 2015. a newspaper found four of five people shot by officers were black. and half the officers involved were african-american or hispanic. most had years of experience on the force. the police unit says it's not about ethnicity, it's about criminal involvement. pro basketball car dwyane wade's cousin is one of the latest victims of gun violence in chicag killed while pushing a stroller. police say she was caught in the crossfire. donald trump tweeting her death is an example of what he's been saying proclaiming african- americans will vote trump. an hour later he expressed condoleiences to the family. wade also reacted with a hashtag enoughisenough. the clinton campaign -- tim kaine says the only appropriate reaction is
outreach insincere, and says trump hasn't done enough to distance himself from supporters with ties to the kkk and he thinks his belief that president obama wasn't born in the u.s. is insensitive to african-americans. here's a case of what would you do. a thief breaks into a coffee shop and runs off with thousands of dollars. the owner's response could be a lesson for all of us. marci gonzales. >> a bit of a blow at a break- in turned into a sweet lesson of forgiveness. >> just the way my religion teaches me. >> reporter: instead of a police report a different document. in front of cocoa grinder cafe on the same door that the thief broke in through. >> i didn't check the cameras to see who you are. i would rather not know. >> reporter: owner abdul al anani with this letter to the
>> maybe you'll take a different route, of forgiveness and mercy. >> reporter: after all the thief took, al-anani says he still has more to give. if the thief comes back and apologizes what will do you? >> he needs a job, he's hired. >> reporter: abc brooklyn, new york. >> great story. sunny now, maybe a little rain moving in later. >> just a few raindrops, not a washout sunday. it's definitely a beach day. i know you're a fan. humidity in place, it's going to be a big hair day. oh, no. >> if you have a tight turtleneck -- humidity levels on the increase. our nice green grass, vegetation has been getting a good dose of water.
warnings yesterday. a few raindrops, heavy downpours in spots. today it's going to be more on the lighter side but we're just tracking in, just a few scattered thunderstorms. right now as sarah just said look at that, bubble of warm air continues to track in. kind of a nice gloss across the sky. that is the hazy conditions working its way in. temperatures are right now for greater cleveland 69 degrees but take a good te points. 68, so when you break out the muggy peter, oppressive air already taking -- muggy meter, oppressive air already taking over downtown cleveland. 60s for lake with geauga county. portage county and ravenna currently 72. out towards inland locations wayne county to richland upper 60s. so still warm air in place. we're talking about the dew points, moisture in the atmosphere.
cranking all day. make sure you're staying hydrated, as they reach that 70- degree mark. 5 live radars not picking up any moisture, just a little ground clutter. any moisture we're seeing is now crossing over to erie, pennsylvania so we are off to a dry and mild start. right now we're tracking in a very weak front here. it is producing some rainy activity from champaign to fort wayne. and we're going to track that providing us with just a few raindrops this afternoon. so hour by hour, what do you have planned? if you're going to be outside, sunscreen, water definitely handy. by the 2:00 hour we're already upper 80s, near 90s for most spots. that is when we see the heat of the day and so that moisture is going to track in here providing us with just a few quick raindrops. let's break it down even more, hour by hour, you're seeing
tracking in from the west from port clinton to sandusky you start to see a few raindrops. it is well to southern locations, that's dover, new philly by 7:00 p.m. but it's in, it's out fairly quickly here so. we're just going to track in partly sunny skies with a few isolated storms. tonight we'll go with lower 70s so that muggy meter still on top notch for evening. the 7-day forecast, if you are over the heat little bit of relief, let me show you here, it starts to really fade away. looking a-ok with lots of sunshine for your monday and tuesday. my kind of weather. let's step into september. back in the 70s. 49 years colin kaepernick suddenly the center of a debate. he refuses to stand for the national anthem. he stayed on the bench, a move
pride in a country that oppresses black people. he's not the first athlete to shed light on recent police shootings. michael jordan, lebron james and carmelo anthony talked about it in the past but his decision is getting mixed reactions. >> i think it's better than anything else like violence. >> if it's personal, do it in your household. you don't do that. it's o >> kaepernick didn't say if he would continue with the protest when the regular season starts. a tough loss for the indians and browns are considering giving starters to more playing time in the preseason. hakim dermish has that and more. >> reporter: good morning. you give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. teach a man to fish, you feed him for a lifetime. here's another great saying, not as profound but true in the game of baseball.
you spleu them with a bevy of opportunities to score. case in point, last night in texas. carrasco tossed out shutout innings monday, not last night. bottom loaded, ground ball to first, santana can't handle. 1-0 rangers. another look, santana tries to play it off one side, eats him up. have to make that play. two batters player and mitch motherland makes the pay big time. 5-0 texas after the grand slam to right. jose ramirez diving stop and gets the runner at first. heck of a play. get out of the way man! ramirez trying to make a play, he does. the indians scored 12 runs friday night, couldn't get anything going last night against aj griffin. gets loni. talking football now,
because of injury but the browns head coach said yesterday he's considering having his starters play in the team's final tuneup. watch the fourth and final preseason game thursday against the bears on newschannel 5. our coverage begins at 7:00 p.m. kickoff 8:00 and immediately following the game you can see a live post-game show. join us thursday on newschannel 5. a fresh addition of the dawg pound report coming up this morning at 11:30. high school football. for place like home. they won 15 straight home games. haven't lost at home in three years. hosting pine-richland from outside of pittsburgh. blimp over the game. it was a great game. curtis celesta couldn't be contained, 77 yards, 2 touchdowns in the first half.
six. have a day kid. 26-yard touchdown and eagles take the lead. last chance for pine-richland. defense steps up. check out bloodworth. i n.t. and that seals it. eds wins the thriller 28-27 and won 16 straight home games. that's your morning sports. have a great day. two members of the gold a warm welcomes from their home town. a lot of people attended a rally for aly raisman outside of boston and lori hernandez took part in a motorcade. both busy since returning. they are expected to present at the mtv video music awards tonight along with some teammates. we're look ahead at decisions that will be made
we have several developing stories including a local fire department shutting down. we're looking into what will happen to all the firefighters but first a check on the weather with "power of 5" meteorologist janessa webb. good morning. >> good morning. get out and about this afternoon but make sure you're staying hydrated. as we're talking about upper 80s, lower 90s again for greater cleveland. kind of haze in the sky now. as our dew points, they are already up lower 70s. so that muggy meter on top notch this afternoon. right now good morning elyria at 68 degrees. upper 60s for wayne county. hopkins currently 73. waking up this morning, lake, also geauga county already at that 70-degree mark. 5 live radars not picking up moisture. probably noticing the high clouds but we're nice and dry for the start of your sunday. we are tracking a very weak
north here. you can see a few spotty showers from fort wayne to champaign. this will be some isolated activity as we step into about the 2:00 hour so definitely a pool day if you just want to be outside but you're going to notice the clouds, they start to really thicken up, by the 2:00 hour. if you hear rumbles of thunder or tracking the clouds we need to you bring it inside. this will be in and out fairly quickly here. you can see by 5:00 sitting under mostly cloudy for the evening hours. so looking at a nice hot steamy day, summer just continues to go strong here. we're talking about 90s just for you. >> i like it. newschannel 5 confirmed a woman was pulled from the water in the flats. it happened last night outside shooters. the coast guard says she was drinking at the bar before falling into the river. a good samaritan jumped in
on scene. the woman's condition is unknown at this time. we'll keep you updated. a 29-year-old north ridgeville man is in police custody this morning accused of shooting and killing 53-year- old deborah pearl after a crash. police don't think they knew each other and are investigating this as a possible case of road rage. they say the suspect ran a red light flipping his car and that is when he got out and started shooting. a neighbor saw the whole thing happen. shooting inside the car. then i heard her scream. at that moment when i looked back out real quick because i'm like, ok, i'm getting away from the window in case and i heard her scream and she was on the ground and he was standing over her shooting her some more. >> the suspect in this case is not being identified until he's charged tomorrow. for now he's in the solon jail. we're learning an arrest has been made in connection with a series of bb gun
police there are not releasing the suspect's name but plan to file charges tomorrow. we told you earlier this week about a number of car windows being shot out along noble road and police say some drivers reported their windows being smashed. while they were stopped at red lights. the entire fire department in summit county is closing for good. firefighters covering northfield and sagamore hills will lose their job next month. after sagamore hills decided to terminate an agreement with nortie new contract with macedonia. northfield center trustees followed suit after voters rejected issue 3 that would have continued to fund the department. the 28 staffers were given opportunities to apply for positions with macedonia. >> not easy for us because we worked so hard at giving service to our residents and we know that macedonia did the same. it's just that it's happening to us right now at this time. >> the chief says this really
ohio governor john kasich has been on the record advocating for small cities and towns to share services and save money. looking ahead -- tomorrow the teachers union and cleveland metropolitan school district will meet. their goal is to avoided a strike. the district ceo says he's confident tomorrow's meeting with the mediator will work out. he says there's too much at stake for schools, teachers, families and students. the teachers union issued a strike notice. if in contact is reached the strike will begin september 1st. >> this afternoon you may want to bring some ear plugs. thousands of motorcycles will be starting all at once. they are trying to beat a guinness world record. tickets $25 per motorcycle. walk-ins welcome as are nonriders. proceeds go to north coast community homes, they will attempt to beat the record 3:00 this afternoon. big unveiling in summit county today. akron public schools firestone litchfield community learning center officially opens. the public can walk around from 1:00 to 4:00.
2:00 and a lot to see. our "akron beacon journal" reporters report the school has a planetarium and wing dedicated to performing arts. the project cost $83 million. students start school at the end of the week. still ahead -- more big name politicians are headed our way. we'll share who will be in northeast ohio this week in democracy 2016. a music spheft value is trying to rewrite an event in cleveland history most of us would prefer pr forget. still tracking the heat across northeast ohio today. 90 degrees. i'll show you my 7-day forecast
summer holding on strong. another day of temperatures in the 90s. that is come bike with our -- combining with dew points in the lower 70s. when the two grab forces together we're looking heat index of 95 degrees. so definitely a beach or pool day but we're tracking in a few raindrops around the 2:00 hour. so when you start to see the dark clouds i want to you bring it inside. most of the day will sit under that hot sticky air with partly sunny skies. let's break it for hour by hour -- i think the brunt of the moisture moves in around 2:00 but you can just see summer just doesn't want to fade away.
the 26th time for 2016. >> i like it. national dog day was earlier this week but dog owners know there's no wrong time to celebrate a man or woman's best friend. you can do some celebrating with your pup at peta palooza, dogs taking over the pool area in hinckley township. in addition to swimming there will be pet related vendors, animal safety demonstrations and on site adoptions, from 11:00 to 3:00 tarnished cleveland's reputation for years. the cuyahoga river on fire. last night there was a special celebration to show just how far our city has come. tracy carloss reports. >> reporter: on the banks of cuyahoga river, music, food and drink. the 15th annual burning river festival at the historic coast guard station on whiskey
it's celebrating the transformation of cleveland and the water surrounding it. it was 1969 when the river caught fire. that was then and this is now. >> cleveland has come a long way from where the flats were, i remember from the 1990s so when they ever shut down. to popular restaurants and breweries. the convention brought national attention to the city. >> reporter: for those invested in a clean waterfront say there's still more work to do. >> it used to be a period of time where everyone said you have to choose between the environmental protection or economic prosperity which we've always said is a false choice because every sim time you have environmental prosperity you get economic development. nothing is more manifesting that concept than the banks of cuyahoga river.
to summit county this week. that is where our john kosich talked with him. john has that and more in this morning's "democracy 2016". >> reporter: good sunday morning northeast ohio. as you wrap up august this week the race for the white house is in full swing. it started with donald trump in akron. ended with a discussion on race and the words were strong. >> donald trump has built his campaign on prejudice and paranoia. he is mainstream. and helping a radical fringe take over the republican party. >> when democratic policies fail they are left with only this one tired argument -- you're racist, you're racist, you're racist. they keep saying it. uris racist. it's a tired, disgusting argument. >> one of donald trump's strongest arguments in the
stance on immigration, in support of the idea of deporting 11 million people in the u.s. illegally. this week market what might be a pivot for trump or maybe not. to win the election he needs more than 60 million votes. the primary he won 14 million. on monday i asked him at what point do you stop playing to the 14 million and start going after the 60 plus million you need in november? >> i don't want to just cater to anybody. i just want to do what is right. >> reporter: wednesday night though if he >> do we tell these people to get out number one or -- can we work with them and let them stay? >> reporter: trump backing off the plan to automatically deport 11 million undocumented immigrants. >> you're going to have a deportation, of course, we're rounding them up in a very humane way. >> in favor of -- >> they have to pay taxes. there's no amnesty as such. there's no amnesty. >> reporter: if it sounds
back taxes, a fine. and never get on the path to citizenship but get legalization. >> reporter: trump saying monday he had to be true to himself. >> i have to stay with what i feel. >> reporter: but what he felt on immigration what is drew many of his supporters to him. >> if you ask any trump voter -- the only issue that links him together is his immigration stance. no other issue. the other thing he has to be careful of, he's supposed to be the tell it like it is politician, the one willing say whatever it takes to done if he makes this major shift out of this issue it's problematic. >> reporter: when donald trump took the stage in akron this weekend and youngstown the week before he was introduced by former new york city mayor rudy giuliani. absent from the stage? ohio's republican leaders. romney campaigned in 2012 by his side usually portman and sometimes governor john kasich. this year for trump neither present. kasich made it clear an
coming. >> it's hard to merge with him. >> reporter: have you reached to kasich or will you to resolve whatever differences you have? >> no, i have not. >> reporter: as for the absence of rob portman locked in his own re-election race with former governor ted strickland. have you asked him? >> no, i have a good relationship with him though. >> reporter: what impact do you have you'll have on the race? >> well, we're doing well in ohio and florida and we're doing very well in a co i have to focus on my race and i want to do well and i think it's going to be helping rob. rob has been very nice. >> reporter: rob portman shows to be outpolling donald trump while donald trump trails hillary clinton by 4 points in his. but here's where donald trump could help rob portman. check out the cnn map. the results of the march presidential primary.
a large part of this was ted strickland's old congressional district. these are the voters with whom donald trump's message is resonating with. and the ones he's saying to follow me. >> i think one of the very bad things, the miners will be out of business. the steel workers will be out of business. our manufacturing is going to continue to leave. i'm going to bring it all back. >> reporter: if you have a sense this campaign is a -- has a fall feel and we're already at the end of august you conventions were early this year. this may be technically the longest general election period in 56 years but not really. since early voting will be underway in five states by the end of september. so while campaigns in the past waited until after labor day to get started they are doing what they couldn't do four years ago
when campaigns look to reach you. hillary clinton looked to pull the ads off the air. in two states where she's leading but also two states that essentially don't have early voting. ohio's early voting starts october 12th if you're registered, don't worry, it's a day you don't need to remember. >> i'll send every single voter in this state an absentee ballot request, if they fill it out and turn it in they have a month to vote leaving home. >> it reduces chances of election day lines and impact of problems at the polls. something different this year? >> if you vote absentee by mail you can track your ballot on line through myohiovote.com or your local board of elections to make sure it was received and counted. >> reporter: roughly 3/4 of all states offer some form of early voting. with democracy 2016, i'm john kosich. it's a beautiful day outside.
riverfront -- not the riverfront, the waterfront. >> they were fishing. >> make sure you have your water bottles, sunscreen, sunglasses, it's going to be another steamy one across northeast ohio. for my hot weather fans the summer just doesn't want to let up. >> we're going to be talking about fall soon. september happening this week but just a lovely day acro the sky. that's that hazy weather due to dew points being off the charts this morning. so your weekend factoid, we're going to hit another 90-degree day. if we hit 90 today it will be the 26th time for 2016. so that arm air definitely tracking in. downtown cleveland right now, 73 degrees. lower 70s for euclid and hopkins mid-70s now.
point, port clinton, lower 70s now but we're looking upper 80s for daytime highs. madison, ashtabula, 71. so warm air definitely tracking in. earlier this morning, waking up to a slightly cooler conditions for richland to wayne county. lower 60s but definitely warming up here fairly quickly. talk about dew points, it's the moisture in the air, already at an oppressive state when we by the noon hour most spots going to be in the lower 70s. so big hair today. going to need to stay hydrated as the heat definitely attracts in a southerly flow. 5 live radars, not picking up moisture, just high cirrhus clouds you can see from stark to summit county, a little high pressure here trying to build in. allowing for the sunshine. it does retreat just a tad bit
and lift to the north. that is we're seeing the spotty showers from chicago to champaign now. this will move in from west-to- east, providing us with just a few raindrops and yesterday afternoon we had those gully washers, severe thunderstorm warnings for two of our counties. today it's going to be on the lighter side but you're going to notice the cloud coverage starts to thicken here by the 2:00 hour. it should be in and out quickly. if you have evening plans tonight by the 7:00 hour we should be on the dry side, temperatures still in the 80s. there's that front. it will continue to track to the north. let's show you exact timing. if you have outdoor plans or just headed to the pool this afternoon. i want to you bring it inside when you start to the clouds thickening up. this is noon, most spots 80s nearing 90s tore summit county.
that warm air in place. lake. this is 4:00. you can see isolated raindrops, the darker greens, yellows, oranges could see a few rumbles of thunder when you see the peak of daytime highs. this is around 7:00. still out to the west and moves out fairly quickly, we're talking about overnight lows, that oppressive air still in the lower 70s for your evening hours. so ac going to be cranking pretty high this af partly sunny skies for the brunt of the day. you're going to notice the hazy conditions, tonight should be a good night to be out and about. mostly cloudy and the 7-day forecast, gets even better, we're tracking a lot more sunshine but definitely some cooler air here, we're stepping into september, folks. look at this 78. so today temperatures about 10
with college students. we found they recommended lectures more when it was given by professors they found attractive. the lead author of the study says it all boils down to mother nature. >> i'm not sure about that study. >> i think there's a little truth to it. >> i'm not sure i agree. we have a hot forecast. >> a hot forecast today. across northeast ohio. putting you back in the pool. do want to mention when we talk about 90-degree temperatures and the kiddos out at the pool the degrees hotter so if we're in the 90s we're talking near 100 degree temperatures on the ground so. make sure you wear flip flops and shoes to be protected. it's definitely a pool day, beach day, whatever you want to do outside but make sure you are protecting yourself and being hydrated. we cool off a tad for monday and tuesday. still back in the 80s, lots of sunshine to kick off your week.
wednesday and then it's -- we're talking about september. this is near fall, hard to believe. >> near fall and we're talking about 78 degrees by thursday afternoon. next weekend looking a-ok, lots of sunshine, back in the lower 80s by saturday. definitely is steamy, that bubble of warm air continues to be out and about. >> grab the sunscreen. >> water. >> water and
starting right now on "this week" with george stephanopoulos. war of words. >> hillary clinton is a bigot. >> a man with a long history of racial discrimination should never run out government. >> both candidates trading the toughest jabs yet. as donald trump >> what the hell do you have to lose? give me a chance. >> after a big flip on immigration. >> there certainly can be a softening. >> where does trump really stand? and can clinton answer new questions about donors to her foundation? this morning, key supporters on each side. new jersey governor chris christie. and dnc chair donna brazile,