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these are not deplorable people. i can tell you. my wife and i represent non-deplorabpe things. deplore sabl not one of them. >> as donald trump tries to capitalize on his opponent's "bask of deplorables" description of his supporters, a fight breaks out in north carolina. >> hillary clinton recuperates at home. bizarre moment for ryan lochte as two women crash the stage during with the dancing
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over what some states call discriminatory law. plus, fox news removes roger aile's' fame from the newsroom. dangerous dancing like you've never seen, "early today" starts right now. right to be with you. i'm francesry ver have a. i'm ayman . less than two weeks since the first presidential debate, hillary clinton is staying off the trail recuperating from pneumonia. she explains why she kept it a secret. >> i just didn't think it was going to be that big a deal. i felt dizzy and i did lose my balance for a minute, but once i got in, once i could sit down, once i could cool off, once i had some water, i immediately started feeling better.
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if it happens to and are you a busy, active person, you keep moving forward. you know, i think it's fair to say, anderson that people know more about me than almost anyone in public life. >>:t tweeted she was feeling fine and is anxious to get back on the trail soon. this morning we are learning clinton will have a well known institute place with bill:t doing a series of fund raise, in the coming days t. former president now says his wife has experienced similar episodes several times before. >> when you look at that collapse, that video that was taken, you wonder if it's not more serious than dehydration. >> she's been, if it an, it's a mystery to me ap all of her doctor, frequently, not
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than one occasion over the last many, many years, the same sort of things has happened to her when she got severely hydrated. >> here's what the democratic presidential nominee said when asked how many times she has been side lined with an illness like this over the last few years. >> oh, i think really only twice that i can recall. you know, it is has okaurd few times over the course of my life and, you know, i'm aware of it and usually can avoid it. >> the clinton camp says they will release more extensive records a. move donald trump told cnbc he also expects to make. it isn't checkpoint's health serves as a campaign issue. her "basket of deplorables" remark is rearing its new head. first in a new ad by trump and
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mate mike pence. >> from my opponent's slammeding you as deplorable and irredeemable. i call you hard working american patriots who love your country and want a better future for allory people. our stigs vision of hope stands in stark contrast to my opponent's campaign of hate. hillary clinton has been running a hate filled and negative campaign with no policy, no solutions and no new ideas. >> watch trump heil his supporters yesterday, first by bringing them on stage, then by bashing clinton for her deplorables dent in. it didn't work out as plan as protesters punched each other in the face in that same ramally. a democratic anti-trump group is
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>> that all came as a former cia director under president clinton joined trump's campaign as a senior adviser. today on the trail, he is joined by daughter ivanka in pennsylvania. he will give a tax reduction on chime care expense, his running mate, mike pence, heads for capitol hill and meetings with gom leaders. vice presidential pick tim kaine will discussion in colorado and chelsea kane opposite a field office there and thing is are mains at her home recuperateing. two men stornld the "dancing with the stars" in protest of ryan lochte's performance. >> you have a long way to go. swiming is a, excuse me, hey, back off!
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but security took the two men down before tom bergeron threw to a commercial break. audience members noticed four people that appeared to be a part of the group were excourted off the premises. the men wearing anti-lockie tee shirts were arrested. they have moved all championship events out of south carolina due to the controversial hb 2 law. the school year will be and 2nd round nauch madness games later this year. mark emret says the board of governors took this action, because we believe in providing a safe and respectful environment at our events and are committed to providing the best experience possible for college athletes. fans and everyone taking part in our championships. assuming that is drawing intense backlash, north carolina spokesperson says the decision
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ncaa merging all men's and women's teams together as a singular, unified, unisex teams, under the ncaa's logic, colleges should make people share hotels, showers. if you are unwilling to have women's bathrooms and locker rooms, how you do have a women's team? i wish the ncaa were this concerned about the women raped at ba perhaps the ncaa should instead focus their energies on making sure our collegiate ath lets are safe both on and off the field. the nba moved it's all star game out of charlotte as well. a fragile week long cease-fire is holding while area bombardments continued in other
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were killed t. country's city has been turn to ruins as rebelers battle forces of syrian president bashar al-assad a. heart struck deal the bombing has begin a calm. here's jackie kerry sounding optimistic. >> the reports are. >> is some reduction in violence as well as a few reports of fighting here and there. though, it is far too early to >> the world witnessed the true horror seen every day in the city of aleppo after this image of a child pulled from the rubble made headlines around the worm. today, children can be seen in the streets in the most war torn country in the world t. question now what if any relief will come to those in need. a u.s. sailor and her newborn child are on dry land
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the uss divide d. eisenhower. she started complaining of abdominal pain. nine hours later, she gave birth to a perfect 7 pound baby girl a. smallpoxman says neither the nail sailor nor her command knew she was pregnant. >> you never know when people are fought familiar with their bodies or what happens, i always find it tough. you like themselves by few. >> the good news is they are both okay t. infant and the mother. more bad news for fox news roger ailes. first, skipping autumn and going straight to winter. >> ow. >> this is six inches of snow that fell on the red lodge mountain resort. it had to close early last winter for a mild winter. >> look at that, yeah, that's amazing.
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the cold air arrived in the northern rockies. it's short lived as a sign of things to come. cool air moving into the mid-west. our friends in florida are getting hit with heavy rains today. how about a supertyphoon. this is mississippi. this will be headed toward southern taiwan later today. one of the strongest storms you will see this year on our planet. that is a closer look at the say ahead. . well t from texas all the way up through the mid-atlantic the next few days. 92 in dallas. look at the cold air. billings today only 57 degrees. . and awful last fight, col inkaepernick and the nfl continued his protest. he was joined by a teammate eric reed. the two took a knee. others joined by raising a fist
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san francisco's return to los angeles, the 49ers shut out the rams 28-o. who ill the other monday night game wasn't much closer. pittsburgh dominated washington 38-16. "early today" back in two. ? when is your flu shot more than a flu shot? when it helps give a lifesaving vaccine to a child in need. ? walgreens "get a shot. give a shot." program has helped provide 15 million vaccines through the un foundation. it's that easy to make a difference. ? walgreens. at the corner of happy and healthy. a leading consumer testing publication recently tested the top laundry detergents. the winner - persil 2 in 1, didn't only beat tide... it beat every single detergent tested. boom.
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this is enough to make tourists perform a vertical dance. dancers dangled nearly 4300 feet off the ground as they carry out their moves. it's amazing. >> we're watching it from the screen, you get dizzy and woozy, it is beautiful. you got to hand it to them. >> you got to have a lot of faith in those ropes, though.
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another hit. ohio university is removing his fame president the newsroom and decided to return a $500,000 gift back to him. aimes is a graduate of the university after asked to be forced to turn down, people have a resolution to do just that. the university president said the decision was the quote most appropriate action. we are g from the pentagon an august 30th airstrike they killed isis' second in command. the pentagon says that many died in a aleppo province. the founding member was a senior strategist. it was isis' chief propaganda and ran the operation of shocking videos of beheadings and massacres around the world.
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marks finish on a high note monday as all three major indices close in the green. giant samsung lost 22 billion if value. stock fell 11% following the recall of the new galaxy note 7. >> people want to know, will it get better moving forward. good morning, nancy. >> reporter: good morning, that
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investors have been asking. in fact, we haven't been seeing a rebound in asian trading session. they were higher by about 4%. but when you talk about the steep losses over the previous two day, we're talking more than $15 billion marked off in market cap. people are wondering whether or not there is room to buy. the telco retailers are placing the g models with the 7 features. >> that will continue to be good news for the share price. as you bohnt out, it's been a troublesome few days. in fact the watchdog is warning people over using the note 7. i want to tell you about details in the electric vehicle front. chevrolet releasing details about the bolt 2017 modem.
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>> this is 7news now. >> christa: good morning, everybody. it's tuesday. we're good to go for 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: police are looking for a missing woman in braintree who is suffering from alzheimer's disease. investigators say patricia deconvenient was pick up by a airport monday afternoon and has not been seen since. >> christa: new details after a mosque in new hampshire gets targeted. this morning police are investigating after worshipers say they were hit we hate. >> sarah: lock ryan lochte's debut disrupted. the olympian's first appearance on "dancing with the stars" doesn't go exactly as choreographed. protesters rushed the stage after his performance. >> christa: and shark
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even into september. three more sharks tagged yesterday, making it a total of 17 for the season. >> sarah: another beautiful day yesterday. >> christa: it was. another cool start to the morning, chris. >> chris: it doesn't feel like beach weather outside, does it? flashes of fall in the air. a cool start yesterday morning. another cool start this morning. plenty of fall-like weather out there. upper 40s to low 50s at this hour. good morning, everyone. clear skies, calm winds once again overnight. we have a 6mph breeze in boston right now. radar composites essentially showing you a blank map. we don't have much in the way of cloud cover or precipitation across new england. different story across the midwest. and this is the front that we'll be tracking in here for tomorrow afternoon. that will likely deliver some scattered showers and storms for tomorrow afternoon as well as tomorrow evening. dew point levels jump up on wednesday as well. to it will feel muggier out there as we do enter the middle portions of the week.
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no clouds, no precipitation across new england. so sun-filled skies once again. tomorrow starting off with sunshine, ending the day partly to mostly cloudy at times with these scattered showers and storms alone. mostly after 3:00, 4:00 p.m., through term evening hours. that's best to see some of these scattered storms. and there's cold air aloft as well as some gusty winds aloft. that may aid for a couple of these storms to be on the stronger side. there's a m severe storm or two across much of new england. so we'll keep an eye on that. no issues with that today. jacket weather this morning. we warm back to shorts an t-shirt weather this afternoon. more on forecast as "today in new england" starts right now. >> christa: now at 5:00 a.m. hunting for a killer, police looking for a person of interest in the murder of a mom in methuen. >> sarah: a dangerous man
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>> meaghan: and hillary clinton talking for the first time after being diagnosed with pneumonia. why she says she chemical weapons her illness a secret. >> sarah: and tom brady playing monday morning quarterback. what he says impressed him the most in the pats' season opener. >> this is 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: good tuesday morning, everybody. thanks for joining us. i'm sarah french. >> christa: and i'm christa delcamp. i'm hearing it's going to be warm eventually. just got to wait for it. >> sarah: remember those school days when you would wear the jacket into school and >> chris: one of those days. pick out your favorite jacket this morning. if you're trying to tell mom and dad can i wear shorts today, i think you can get away with it. temperatures will jump up substantially throughout the day. it doesn't feel like shorts and t-shirt weather this morning out there. still need the heavier sweatshirt or the light jacket to go with the shorts, but by this afternoon, sunshine warming us up and warming us up quickly. in fact, many towns in the lower 80s with sun-filled skies this afternoon and low humidity.


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