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rise and shine tampa bay, it is officially sunday. you're taking a live look over downtown tampa over the hillsborough river. i'm candace mccowan. thank you for joining us this sunday. we'll get to our top story in a moment. let's start by checking on the forecast with mark collins. >> we're seeing a later start to the sunrise today. now, clouds are quickly replacing the sunshine. we have this complex of rain in the gulf of mexico. it is still about 150 miles out. some of the stronger storms, but it is getting closer. as we back out, it is part of the broader band of rain and there are embedded showers and thunderstorms there. you can see the lightning here on our storm team 8 storm tracker. as we head through the afternoon, much of this rain is going to be moving in and i think it is going to be more of an afternoon type event. the nature coast can get in on some of the showers here for the midst morning hours but for most of us here in the bay area, it looks like 3:00 through the 7:00 timeframe, the best chance for
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those clouds will hold -- 40% and those clouds will hold temperatures down. been in some time. we need it, candace. >> you can track the weather at any time using the storm team 8 weather max app. download it from the app store. the bay area is mourning the loss of a law enforcement officer after hillsborough county deputy john kotfila was hit and killed by a wrong way driver early saturday morning. mary mcguire joins us live from hillsborough county sheriff's office where tributes to the deputy have grown overnight. good morning, mary. >>reporter: flags here are at half staff at the hillsborough county sheriff's office. in memoriam of the fallen deputy. deputy kotfila was returning from tampa general hospital after completing a crash
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authorities tell us 31-year-old aerik mcbeth of hudson began driving the wrong way on the brandon exit. eagle eight hd captured video of the scene west of the i-75 exit where the two cars collided. this has been an emotional loss for the department which deputies describe as one big family. >> i think it is highlighting a bigger issue between distracted driving and dui. at this time of the night, there is a lot of people that have been consuming colic beverages out on the road, but we need to pay attention to what we're doing on the. >> we're told all traffic control warning signs and signals were up and running, alerting drivers that the entrance was closed to westbound traffic. deputy kotfila comes from a law enforcement family. we're told his father and brother were both police officers up in massachusetts. that is where he was born and raised.
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deputy kotfila was on the force here in hillsborough county for just six years, candace. >> our condolences definitely going out to the hillsborough county sheriff's office this morning. wrong way crashes are a major problem plaguing bay area roadways. just take a look at this map. it shows all of the wrong way crashes in the last eight years through today. if you add them up there, are 57 markers. you can see big concentrations on the interstates and mostly the urban areas. less than a year ago, the florida department of transportation looks at how to stop it. 280 crashes from 2009 to 2013. those crashes hurt 400 people and killed 75. we asked state attorney mark ober what he thinks should be done to prevent the tragedies. >> the million dollar question is how do we prevent it and it
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have stop sticks going the wrong way. it is preventible. it is avoidable. so we have to, we have to review what we can do because it is an epidemic. >> 8 on your side is going to keep asking about the next steps as this continues to be a problem. many people are sharing their condolences with the family of deputy kotfila. you can as well. post your comment on our wfla facebook page. we'll have continuing coverage on wfla.com. you can read more about deputy kotfila and how he is being honored. new this morning, another deadly accident in hillsborough county. this accident happened just before midnight on parsons avenue south. hillsborough county deputies tell me selina was driving a jeep cherokee when cynthia mcmillion ran across parsons avenue. the driver could not see her. she stopped and is collaborating with the investigation.
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are looking for the hit-and-run driver that left a pedestrian to die. this happened just before 10 p.m. saturday at republica de cuba south of 28th avenue. the victim has not been released. the intersection at 28th avenue is now open. we'll bring you updates as they become available. police are investigating a deadly pedestrian accident in clear water. it happened along sunset point road near hercules avenue. in this case, the driver did stop and is cooperating with the investigation. the name of the man who died has not been released. six skiers died in the avalanche high in the italian alps. 70 rescue workers responded to the scene near the top o 11,000-foot peak near the australian border. a cascade of snow roared down the slope. nine other skiers are counting their blessings. they managed to escape.
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one with some injuries. the other eight were not hurt. secretary of state general kerry met with saudi arabiaa's king and government ministers saturday while in saudi arabia, kerry said the un sponsored peace talks on syria should go on monday as planned. syria's main western backed dwroups say they should a -- groups say they should attend the talks in geneva. how healthy are those so called ultra processed foods some some have more calories the surprising findings of the new
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. we're back with startling new research with the amount of food americans eat with ingredients that you can't pronounce. these make up more than half of the calories in american diets and that has dieticians worried. nbc's ann thompson tells us why. >>reporter: they're tempting and tasty, ultra processed foods like frozen pizzas, soft drinks, chips and packaged cookies. a new study reports the foods provide 60% of all of the calories in the american diet. dietician rumsy. >> i tell them try 3 or 4 times a week sglafrn they have salts,
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fats and a slew of ad yetives and -- additives and preserveives. they contribute 90% of all added sugars in the u.s. diet. excess sugar is linked to weight gain, diabetes and increased risk of heart disease. >> when i was younger it was about the calories and now i focus on what is actually in the foods. >> sometimes the foods can masquerade as healthy alternatives. >> this only has 90 calories but has a laundry list of ingredients. >> you're getting so many added sugars and ingredients your body doesn't necessarily need and this 90 capital raechlz won't keep you as full as eating something as, say 90 calories of fruit or nuts or the real food. >> real food is what anna chooses to give her 22-month old son alec a healthy foundation. >> i try to identify things that i can see the ingredients and know what it is like bat na nas. if i can't pronounce the ingredients, i shouldn't buy the product.
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>> what you want is balance. >> you just want to try to make sure that you're getting more whole foods and less processed foods in your diet. >> making these temptations a cheat, rather than a staple of the american pantry. ann thompson, nbc news, new york. >> coming up, we'll have your full sunday forecast before you
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. later today a group of women will take to the stage for a fashion show unlike any other. they're domestic violence survivors the victoria fashion show theme i don't look like what i've been through. i'm joined by the fashion show creator valerie miller. thank you for joining us. you're a domestic violence survivor yourself. tell us about that. >> in the 1980's i'm a survivor of physical, emotional and sexual abuse from my ex-husband for seven years. >> that is the reason why you >> yes. >> tell us how you got involved. >> we worked together at the state attorney's office. in hillsborough community college and val started telling her story. it was the first time she was story on domestic violence. i thought it was important to share her story with everyone
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said, the emotional abuse, the sexual abuse, the physical violence. there is another component which is the economic abuse people go through. you take someone's cell phone, smashing it to pieces, throwing someone's laptop into the pool. you're destroying their livelihood and their ability to succeed. i'm happy to do it. >> there are eight women involved in the fashion show today. what is it like to work with these women. >> it is great. it is wonderful. they're all victims and survivors some type of abuse whether it be physical, emotional or sexually. i have prostitution, i have drug and alcohol abuse, and i also, i am also doing modelling that she has been a victim of a tragic accident. she lost all three of her daughters in a tragic accident this year. >> and felix, you're an attorney. what is it like to have this one-on-one interaction with these women? >> it is wonderful.
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i've worked with val and her friend, michelle who was not only a domestic violence survivor but a prostitute. a drug addict. she had a horrible, horrible life and to see them come from such a pit of despair and turn their lives around, become successful women, career minded women and extraordinary things they've gone through, a lot of that deals with their faith and their family. and really, the support structure that they find after they survive the abuse they've been through. it has been a fantastic experience. it opened my eyes as a prosecutor and also, i think it opened a lot of people's eyes working with val over the past couple of years and months on this project. >> absolutely. are you hoping they walk away with this with hope? >> yes. definitely. >> and the event today, give us the details. >> the embassy suites. kickoff with the run way shows. we hope to see you there. >> absolutely. i will be. there thank you for joining us. >> thank you.
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good morning, everyone, i'm meteorologist mark collins. those clouds quickly filling in across the bay area, you see it here over sun city centers. actually, you can kind of see the clouds moving in a pretty good clip. we have some steering which will push rain into the area, down at the surface, the winds will pick up as well. 72 there but in tampa right now it is 70 degrees and that number there, the dew point is why it feels so balmy outside. the air is quite humid, the air is going to be producing these showers and storms. here you see it back over the gulf of mexico, especially arn the big bend through the nature coast, this area here from about pasco county north ward into cedar key, this is the area that will first get the rain as it moves off towards the east. most of us, though, will have to wait until the afternoon hours for this band of rain to come in. i've put this trough line in because be thiend is drier weather and we'll -- behind it is drier weather and we'll see the drier weather return tomorrow.
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this is a quick, one shot deal. it will last through the early evening hours, so, as we head through the afternoon, watch for the weather to start to deteriorate some what. we'll see pop up showers and thunderstorms with the heating over land but here is the more solid band of rain that will come through as we head into the late afternoon and early evening hours, this is why i'm not thinking it will be a very good sunset or beach day by the time you get out there unless you're out there now, later today we'll be dealing with that rain. the drier weather quickly comes in. this is the moisture in the atmosphere showing up as green, the whole depth of the capitol yum of air dfshgs column of air. that is replaced by drier weather for the week. as we end the week friday into the up coming weekend, we'll see more moisture back and that gets us into an unsettled pattern. today we're seeing temperatures marving out in the 80s -- maxing out in the 80s. as we head into the evening,
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the mid to upper 60s and for boaters today, winds will be fresh out of the south at around 15 knots and we're coming up on the low tide with the high tide this evening. you see the rain chances for tomorrow, primarily in the morning hours, those low rain chances and then back to dry weather. the highs in the 80s through saint patty's day ending the week with a stalled front to the north. it looks like by the weekend, that may actually come a little bit further into the bay area so i don't think next weekend, this far out looks all that great. it looks like rain around for friday and saturday. >> take your raincoats as you head to the grand prix. players get spring training haircuts for a good cause. highlights are next in sports. . >> sheer what you'll see tomorrow at 6:00 a.m.. >> a new coffee shop recently opened up in ybor city that offers a lot more than just coffee. >> plus, weather and traffic on
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. deskin on the outside. -- destin on the outside. on the destin on the outside. further back, star hill, third. brody's cause off the board.
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javier castellano and destin set a new track record. now the 3-year-old colt sets his sights on the kentucky derby less than two months away april as a jockey might attest, sometimes slow and steady wins the race. such is jordan spieth. he got off to an awful start shooting five over par. hateful trolls he had to respond. jordan spieth 68 on friday and better round three. check out the eagle putt on 14 from 53 feet. the world's number one golfer shot a four under 67 to get the two under overall within striking distance of reader bill haas.
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haas is eight under through 54 holes. his second shot on the par 514 runs a club's length away. that is a tap in for eagle. the low round came courtesy of the local kid, lee mccoy who grew up in a subdivision. that is not each fair! he carted a five under # six. he is at two under for the tournament. haas and delaet will compromise of the final pairing. charley hoffman and ryan moore at five under poor. three others are at four under par. the cut for the val sefk par came on friday. the cut at the charlotte sports park came friday. they cut their hair for the cut for the cure raising $15,000 for the national pediatric cancer foundation. >> great support by the coaching staff, the players and you see these kids out here putting a smile on their face.
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9-year-olds get to say they cut evan longoria's hair. perhaps the ray's frefrp new do's helps them out -- fresh new do's helped them out. it was scoreless in the 5th. cory dickerson hit by a pitch. he would leave the game with a forearm bruise. he is all right. at sacrifice not in vain. bases loaded for johnny field. here is johnny! a two rbi double drops into left center. that is all the rays would need. they beat the yankees 2-16789 the rays play a pair of split squad games today against the rod sox in fort charlotte. enjoy your sunday, folks. >> paul, thank you. looking for a fun vacation? how about 10 airlines, nine countries, eight days, all on low cost airlines around the world. richard quest is embarking on this epic adventure to show how far they can go on the low budget airlines. and you're invited to join him. he arrived at the london airport
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. good morning, i'm candace mccowan. thank you for joining us for your vote counts 2016. we're following the biggest headlines in politics days away from florida's primary. let's see where the republican presidential candidates stand. a poll from florida atlantic university shows drip has 44%. marco rubio and ted cruz tied at 21% with juror gone kasich at 9%. look at this. according to a recent poll from the florida times union. trump has 43%. rubio with 24%. cruz with 21%. kasich has a mere 10%. after a difficult week, senator marco rubio has another primary success. the senator won the caucuses in washington dc. gop candidate john kasich was behind rubio with 50 votes. none of the other candidates won
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any delegates. in wyoming. he won nine out of the 12 delegates. republicans in the state are not done voting for the party nominee. another 14 delegates will be awarded at the state convention on april 16th. in the democratic primary, hillary clinton has won the democratic caucuses in the northern mariana islands. this gives clinton four from the u.s. territory and sanders added two. this is his 14th victory compared to nine wins for sanders. rubio was in the tampa area hoping to keep his campaign alive. he made several stops in the bay area on saturday. this trip came after his win in the dc caucus but now his focus is on florida. winning his home state would be a turning point for his campaign. >> florida awarded 99 delegates all at once to the winner of the state. we've spent a lot of time and energy here.
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we think it is the best use of the resources the winner of the florida primary is going to be the republican nominee. >> if rubio takes the 99 delegates here in florida -- riots at donald trump rallies question are they promoting violence and are people who attend safe. violence broke out at the university of illinois forcing hundreds of police officers to break up. they postponed the event when law enforcement determined it wouldn't be safe for those attending. at one point a protester got up stage and ripped up a campaign sign until security finally pulled him away. trump defended his decision to cancel the rally. >> i felt and after meeting with law enforcement, we met with them for about a half hour today, chris, i felt like it was safer, i don't want to see anybody get hurt. >> several protesters and supporters went home with injuries, at least one chicago officer got hurt during the fight.
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ted cruz is reacting to the outbreak of violence calling it a sad day. >> political discourse should occur in this country without a threat of violence, without anger and rage and hatred directed at each other. >> senator cruz does blame the violence on the protesters but says in any chain, the responsibility starts at the -- in any campaign, the responsibility starts at p top. chris christie is standing behind crump. >> i've been to a number of the rallies and have not sdefshed deserved the things people have talked about. i've seen enthusiastic people passionate about a candidate and who express that passion. >> the governor also went on to say those who attend the rallies are responsible for their own behavior. presidential candidate marco rubio condemned the escalating violence at trump rallies.
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this weekend crisscrossing the sunshine state in the fight for his political. >> senator marco rubio! >>reporter: a small but enthusiastic crowd waved signs and shouted as marco rubio's campaign bus pulled into the parking lot. moments before i had the chance to speak with the candidates about his chances of pulling off a florida win. >> i believe whoever wins in florida has the inside track to be the nominee. and if the nominee is someone like donald trump, i can tell you, images like what you saw in chicago will be common place for the next six months. >> images like this when protesters inside and outside a planned donald trump rally got into a fight. police arrested five people and skirmishes injured two officers. >> tonight's rally will be postponed until another day. >> this is a frightening, grotesque and disturbing development in american applicable s. scenes like this are sad fore a
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country proud to change leaders at the ballot box. >> he told supporters to basically beat up the people in the crowd and he will pay the legal fees. somebody who encoloneled people in the audience to rough up someone who says something he doesn't like. he was asked if he will support the gop nominee, whoever it is. >> the fact that you're asking me that question, i still, at this point, continue to intend to support the republican nominee, but it is getting harder every day. >> after this rally, senator rubio had at least one convert. >> he just touched my heart when he said all of the things about history and how far we've come >> peter bernard. news chan. the candidates racing for the republican nomination have state. donald trump calls florida his campaigning here this week. florida senator marco rubio admitting winning florida on tuesday is crucial to him
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continuing in the race for the white house. governor john kasich is hoping to win ohio and senator ted cruz made some of his first appearances in florida this week. on the democratic side, hillary clinton is expected a win big here in florida but senator bernie sanders is hoping to pull off the upset. it was a big week for endorsements, trump picked up the endorsement of dr. ben carson, cruz endorsed by another former candidate. former presidential can't carly fiorina endorsed the texas senator. she talked with a cnn reporter defending her previous tackia tacks. >> you would talk how he would flip. >> ted and i had disagreed on tactics. when the democrats were a majority in the senate, i didn't think we were going to succeed in repealing "obamacare." we never disappeared on goals.
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>> cruz is the only republican candidate who has a chance at defeating trump. more big news for the texas senator, he picked up his first senate endorsement this week. >> i've decided to endorse ted for a number of reasons but all of them boil down to one basic thing. we've reached a point when we need to you knowite behind a sing -- unite behind a single candidate. i believe we have a rare opportunity right now. i believe unity is more possible now in this race. we need to unit behind ted cruz. >> we asked senator lee if he met with rubio and told him. he said he did but would not elaborate. he encouraged rubio to back cruz. donald trump like we said picked up the endorsement of dr. ben carson. he made the announcement at a trump press conference in west palm beach. in a final debate before the
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they took on a civil approach in issues. listen to how frontrunner donald trump described the face-off. >> we're all in this together. we'll come up with solutions, we'll find the answers to things and so far, i cannot believe how civil it has been up here. >> hillary clinton and senator bernie sanders focussed on immigration and the all important latino vote. they squared off on the issue of immigration and things got heated during the last scheduled democratic debate. >> the undocumented people living in our country, i do not want to see them deported. i want to see them on a path to citizenship. >> i will not deport children from the united states of america. >> can you promise not to deport immigrants who don't have a criminal record. >> i can make that promise. >> okay. >> now to break down the political topics of the week,
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barry edwards, chris cano from the hillsborough county democrats and john torres. let's talk about the trump violence that we've seen over the past few days. we'll start with you. rubio, you know, seemed sxas operated with wanting to -- exasperated with wanting to back trump if he is the republican nominee. >> i think people are starting to realize that the type of language and the type of environment that the trump campaign has postured to this point is not healthy or productive. i don't think it is somebody they want to see as a president and so i think rubio is second guessing to what extent he will support donald trump but i have confidence in him winning on tuesday. >> you talked about what rubio needs to do. he has not many hours left until the primary here on tuesday. what can he do and is he doing the right things? >> he doing the right things but too little too late. if the polls are accurate which they have been, he was down
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about 20 points for the first 25% of the early votes. he has to win by seven points on election day and, he has to gain 20 plus seven. i don't think that is possible. >> all right. chris, donald trump blaming the violence at these rallies on bernie sanders supporters. what was your take on that. >> absolutely falsehood. you know, in the end, the violence and just discourse we've seen at trump rallies in general, you know, folks in chicago had enough you've seen over the weeks of protesters and people with dissenting voices pushed around, spit on. the folks in chicago came out and said enough, and in the end it has nothing to do necessarily with bernie sanders supporters but with people joining together. we saw latinos, african-americans, lgbt. other people not so much.
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call them names, threaten to back. >> the black lives matter took over the mikes at a sanders rally and hillary clinton rally virus. accountable too. it is not nonviolent protester to leave. >> we've heard of many endorsements. we heard from senator mike lee. carly fiorina, ben carson. does that matter? >> i think the carson endorsing trump is going to be a bit confusing for carson supporters. i don't see a lot of carson's base turning over to trump. i see rubio and cruz probably splitting a lot of that support despite the endorsement. senator mike lee, i know he is well liked but i think at this stage in the game, especially here in florida. most people made up their mind already and i don't see it having a big effect on what happens on tuesday. >> you're wearing your marco rubio pin. do you have hope for him to tuesday?
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i think all of the exit polls from previous states that previously voted show trump under performing what he was polling at. sometimes even in double digits so marco will come out ahead on tuesday because we have a really strong feeling about what will happen in miami for marco. you know, trump said this is his second home. this is marco's first home and we're excited about only what we're hearing in miami but the amount of time he is focussing here and the i ever corridor will be big for him. >> chris, any chance for bernie sanders here in florida. >> florida on the democratic side is not win or take up he just needs to remain competitive and serv minority voters, there is not adequate internet access and because of mainstream media black outs you see states with more adequate internet access,
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florida is just not one of those states. >> thank you so much for your perspective. i'm glad we can have all three of your perspectives here this morning, thank you . well, former alaska governor sarah palin will be in florida campaigning for donald trump and will be making a stop in the tampa bay area. palin will appear at the florida strawberry festival at 4:00 and will stump for trump in arcadia at noon. florida governor rick scott made national news this week, coming up, the question governor national television.
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. florida governor rick scott is getting bad press after an awkward interview on msnbc. when asked whether he agrees with the views on trump with islam hating america. sheer what he said. >> you're a friend of donald trump. would you tell him to walk back his statement that islam hates america? that islam hates us? do you think muslims in the state of florida hate am? >> well, as you know, in florida, we're the best melting pot in the world. we love everybody coming to our state after the paris bombings, i did ask the federal government to not allow any more syrian refugees to come to florida until we vetted them. i'm still concerned that the federal government is not vetting them. >> that could be a reasonable
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debate that and we can debate that issue. i'm asking generally, do you think that muslims hate that islam hates america? as donald trump said last night? >> well, i can tell you what is going on in fl. >> no, no, no. i don't want to know what is going on in florida. i want to know what is going on in your head, governor, we're friends. i want you to answer the question. do you personally think that islam is a religion that hates am? >> so, what i can tell you in our state is we have a lot of muslims that live in our state. we have a lot of latin americans in our state. we get alone. we love people moving no. to our state and coming here as tourists. we're a great melting spot. donald trump. he can talk about the things he
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marco rubio, ted cruz, john kasich. >> n. >> that is not answering any questions. rick, rick, rick, rick, i know you and joe are friends and this is kind of awkward, but can you answer the question or should we ? >> i can tell you that, you know, i'm glad everybody is in florida, we're doing well here, debate will be fun tonight. i hope they talk about jobs. it is the most important . >> definitely awkward moments. hours later, keith cate asked the governor about the interaction while in miami. >> do you want to change your comments or clarify what you're going to say. >> i enjoy being on with joe. we have a great program, great show. they love politics, there are people that love our country, there are people that don't love the country. it is not a surprise that radical muslims don't love our muslims but our state it is a melting pot.
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our state has 200 languages spoken here. >> all right. clearing that up. politics is heating up social media this week, coming up, the claim frontrunner donald trump is making about florida's republican party and their response. stay with us. i do everything on the internet. but it's kind of slow. my friends say i should get fios because it's the fastest. i just downloaded 600 photos in 60 seconds. that's seriously better. we're out of 2% i wonder what else could be better around here? i heard that. now get our best offer ever. super fast 100 meg internet, tv & phone for just $69.99 a month online with no annual contract.
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. it is the place presidential candidates are heading to attack opponents. take a look at the tweets lighting up the web. we have this tweet here, if you look at bottom one, it says from donald trump, word is early voting in florida is very dishonest, little marco, his state chairman and the minions are working overtime trying to rig the vote. state party chairman had to respond saying i, as well as the republican party of florida are neutral on the race. good luck to all on 3:15. looking forward to beating -- 3/15. looking forward to beating all
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in early november. it is sanders and clinton people who disrupted my rally in chicago and then they say i must talk to my people, phoney politicians! . another trump tweet. we are asking law enforcement to check for dishonest early voting in florida on behalf of little marco rubio. coming up after some beautiful days, we're expecting rain later today. meteorologist mark collins has your sunday forecast right after the break. (donkey sound) (elephant sound) there's a big difference between making noise, (tapping sound) and making sense. (elephant sound) when it comes to social security, we need more than lip service. our next president needs a real plan to keep social security strong. (elephant noise) hey candidates. enough talk.
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let's get a final look at our forecast from mark colin s. we started out dry but it will end wet. plan a coordinatingly. the rain in the gulf of -- plan accordingly. the rain in the gulf of mexico. you're already seeing. that for the lunch time hour, you'll probably see that around citrus and hernando county. the main line will come through late this afternoon. right now it is 74 degrees. we'll see building clouds. it won't be as hot today as yesterday. but what we're looking at here is temperatures to only climb to 80 and a 40% chance of rain. the rain cha that comes in will last -- the rain that comes in morning hours. now is the time to do it. i think the best time for rain from around three through about chance of rain. a few thunderstorms are possible. especially in the inland areas but then tomorrow, although it is going to be cloudy, most of the rain will move south of us
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