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? the birther issue rears its ugly head back into the campaign. >> when will he stop this ugliness, this bigotry? >> back on the campaign trail and hitting the everything she's got. >> new york city cops attacked by a man brandishing an 11-inch cleaver, 18 shots are fired, all during rush hour. police in ohio are investigating a shooting of a 13-year-old carried a bee-bee gun. the second lowest mark and the dangers of galaxy note 7. the new apple iphone 7 is flying
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there. a moment of how the donald reacted. "early today" starts right now. happy friday to you, aim frances rivera. >> i'm ayman mohyeldin. donald trump says he was born in the united states. >> jimmy fallon. this new issue. the birther issue comes storming back into the 2016 race with donald trump refusing to say directly be i the washington post, trump said, quote, i'll answer that question at the right time. i don't want to answer that question right now. trump's response and refusal to answer is now spread across nationalhood lines this morning. here's what the post, robert costa, said about the nominee's non-answer. >> so we're sitting there, i had a list of questions. up with of the questions i had
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manager said a week ago, trump now believes president obama was born in the occupation him i had not heard trump, himself, say that so one of the questions i asked trump as we were signature across if his plane, is kelly anne conway accurate. i asked it several times, he said i don't want to answer that question, when i said is kelly anne accurate? he said, okay. i will not talk about that. we had a linkthy exchange. what he said i published tonight. >> the nominee tried to walk back the comment with this statement in 2011, mr. trump able bring this ugly incident to its conclusion by successfully compelling president obama to release his birth certificate. mr. trump did a great thing.
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laid to rest in 2011. news reports have brought up several trump tweets that show the nominee continue to question the president as repeat as 2014. >> the clinton camp jumped on trump's answer with the brian fallon tweeted quote trump ned to say it himself, on camera, and admit he was wrong tore trying to delegitimize the first african-american president. hillary clinton took to task for the >> he was asked one more time, where was president obama born? and he still wouldn't say hawaii. he still wouldn't say america. this man wants to be our next president. when will he stop this ugliness, this bigotry?
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the trail, clinton also found herself defending her camp, a series of battle ground polls show trump leading 53 days before election day. >> i've always said that this was going to be a tight race. i've said it from the very beginning. when the polls were up, down, it didn't matter. what matters is who registers to vote and who is motivated and mobilized to turn out the vote. i will keep doing everything i can to deliver my message about what's at stake in this continue to work hard every day to turn out every voter we possibly can. >> and we now have where clinton will deploy her strongest effective candidates to the campaign trail, all barn storming swing states on clinton's be half. >> the birther issue isn't the only thing making head lean, donald, jr. made this questionable remark during a radio interview.
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one surrogate in this. without the media, that wouldn't even be a contest. but the media has built her up, they've let her slide on every indiscrepancy, on every lie, on every dnc. if the republicans were doing that, they'd be warming up the gas chamber right now. >> they posted on twitter, the never okay. we hope you understand the sensitivity of holocaust jokes. >> he said he rather use the term as an expression for corporeal punishment. >> but the billionaire nominee's son found himself in trouble with an interview with the pittsburgh tribune when he said this about his father's tax returns. >> his tax return would create
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financial auditors out of every person asking questions to distract from his main message. >> inaudible question ]. >> i don't know what he's going to do. >> that came after house speaker paul ryan said the nominee should release his tax returns. >> duping it's a good idea for donald trump to release his returns? smr i did release my returns. i will defer to drumpl i know he's got an audit. he has an opinion, i'll defer to him on that. >> reporter: do you have idea is. >> i'll leave it to him when to do it. >> trump released those citing an irs audit. he will meet with gop officials at rnc headquarters in washington, d.c. he will meet veterans in his newly opened hotel as clinton delivers remarks in washington while first lady michelle obama campaigns for clinton for the
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dealing major blow to samsung, by issuing an official recall by 1 million galaxy 7s nationwide. they have reports of phones overheating or catching fire. the lithium batteries can generate an enormous amount of heat. >> because this product presents such a serious fire hazard, i am urging all consumers, all consumers, to this recall right away. >> the federal order comes two weeks after samsung recalled 2.5 million phones world wide. they have note 7 owners to check the serial number. sam sung says it's already brought back 135 phones. investigators are looking at other fires that allegedly involve different samsung models. a man is in critical
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in ohio. he smashed an officer in the head with an 11-inch cleaver him locals called him a madman who came enraged after finding a boot on his car outside penn station. when officers approached the suspect, he ran away, an off duty officer tackled him, he slashed him with a cleaver, the so far as in serious condition at the local hospital. it's a dramatic end of the commissioner's career who retires today. now another shooting, for that i'm send it over to frances. >> ayman, thanks. authorities in columbus, ohio are pleading for calm as they try to figure out how a young teen wanted for questioning in an arm robbery, wound up fatally shot by a police officer. they say the 13-year-old tyree king pulled a bee-bee gun that looked very much like a real
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community members held a village to remember king. >> a 911 called detailed the drama. an armed robbery wednesday night. >> this man just had a gun on this white dude on the street. >> reporter: according to authorities, after a short chase, a responding officer opened fire on one of the suspects when he reached for the gun. police confirm tyree king was shot and killed and weapon authorities recovered a bb gun, similar to this one, ar weapons used by columbus police. a second suspect confirmed that king was involved with the robbery. the officer involved, who is white, was brian may son, cloord of a wrong doing shooting in 2012. tyree king's death compared to that of tamirrice, cleared by cleveland police carrying a toy gun. officials say they have reached
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for calm and patience while the investigation continues. meantime, king's family retained a law firm to conduct a separate probe. >> it's about making sure we have transparency in these investigations and that we find out the truth. >> ron mott, nbc knew, columbus. the walk post reports there have been 67 people shootings since the start of 2016. it's an eye popping massive sink hole in florida this you got to see to believe. bill karins has your week weather. >> we're all tracking this cold front. last fight the heavy rain in nebraska. the potential for flash flooding today in areas of iowa. kansas city will get early rain. we take the rain from today, then we take it to the ohio valley on saturday, areas around ohio, kentucky, memphis, then on sunday, the heavy rain shifts from pittsburgh all through the northeast. plan accordingly for your
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story. now a closer look at your day ahead. we've cleared it out behind the front a. nice day in denver and rapid city. it's on the rain, itself. we will see late storms possible from nashville to little rock to shreveport. >> that's your weekend forecast. "early today" back in two. if your heartburn medication's not doing its job... the food you eat during the day... music: loud mariachi band can also haunt you at night. so try nexium 24hr. just one pill each day... shuts down your stomach's active... acid pumps to stop the burn of frequent heartburn... all day and night. have we seen them before? ? banish the burn with nexium 24hr. quilted northern works so well people can forget their bathroom experience. but sir froggy can never forget. "what's worse", he thinks... "that my arms can never relax or my eyes can never look away?"
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>> this morning on "today," hoda kotb sits down with miley cyrus about her time on "the voice" and why she'll catwalk again. pure glee for apple fans, in the red overseas, hadley gamble joins us from london. good morning. >> reporter: there have been 2 trillion in the equity markets. european markets are seeing a lot of red. asian stocks ahead of the u.s. market open later today. of course, yesterday, for a second day, the u.s. mark was
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we are hearing from fiat chrysler they want to recall some 1.4 million cars linked to three deaths and five injuries. they are adding that up to a flawed computer system keeping airbags from deploying in a crash him the apple iphone is finally on sale across the world the biggest launch in the company's history of these phones. you won't be able get that iphone 7 plus because they have him you will have to take a bit of a wait on that one, guys. >> i will see when you get it to see how it works. >> you will be waiting a few more yearsments ahead, snowden, zac blair witch, decisions for you. plus, donald trump gets a bit of a makeover on the "tonight show." you are watching "early today." is that ice-t? lemonade. ice-t?
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>> can i mess your hair people in new hampshire where i will be in about an hour from now, i hope they're going to understand. >> did you say yes? >> go ahead. >> yes. donald trump, everybody. >> i love the look on jimmy fallon's face, when he's reaching. there is a moment of pause. >> i think he did pretty much
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to get in there and mess it up. >> if you watched the national convention last year, you may have noticed president clinton's fun with balloons. they decided to check it out. >> i did notice there is one thing that made you smile. so i wanted to give you the gift of balloons. so thank you so >> the simple joy of balloons. >> who would have every thought? in theaters, edward snowden decides to leak classified information from the nsa. "bridget jones'" baby starring renee zellweger the third installment. and "zac blair witch" is the follow-up to the 1999 movie "the zac blair witch project." i remember when that first came out. that was extremely scary.
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at the ending. how, what? so maybe this time around. >> it was a genius idea back then. i think it caught everyone by surprise, i will be serious what will be different. is it a remake or are they rehashing it? >> i don't know how different it will be. i already seen "bridget jones' baby." 15 years later they are getting towing. i saw the first one, i was able to watch a screening, a preview. it's out after all this time. celebrating birthdays, screamer nick jonas and wrapper flo rida and david kov copperfield turns 60. >> we don't know, he can magically give himself some my fuss numbers there him. >> all right. you are watching "early today." ? when is your flu shot more than a flu shot?
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>> they are bundling up. lines forming already overnight as customers wait to get their hands on the brand new iphone
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important information about trying to get one today. >> is that good luck basically? is that the word of advice? >> exactly. >> wait a while? >> i don't know, chris. pretty popular. >> good luck waiting or grab a sweatshirt if you are going to hold down the fort with the rest of the crew. the story is the cool air. 39 at north. 38? in the vineyard right now. 45 in the day with clear skies and light winds if not dead calm winds outside. so we have a lot of sunshine through the day today. the rain across the midwest, we will hold off that until sunday and the slow moving front sunday, sunday night into monday, will allow for a good potential of a soaking rain for a few of us here coming in as we end the weekend and go into early next week. i know you don't want to hear about the rain coming in on a sunday but you know the ongoing
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all we can get. none of that talk through saturday. dry today, dry tomorrow, few more clouds by tomorrow afternoon. it will be on sunday scattered showers. i think the most widespread rain would be late sunday, sunday night and through the day monday. so, kids, no worries about getting outdoor recess today. a lot of sunshine. it's a cool start. many of the suburbs down into the 40s in fact. the low 40s for many towns this morning. showers and storms are starting to get scattered about on sunday. little more rain. we will talk more about that as today new england starts right now. breaking overnight, the orange line shut down for a short time for a police investigation. passengers forced off the train and into the darkness. >> a hot topic. u.s. regulators officially recall samsung's galaxy note 7 phones because of batteries that can catch fire and explode. >> and back on the campaign trail, donald trump's campaign
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candidate's position. plus, the red sox rally ramirez's ninth inning home run powers a huge comeback win over the yankees. >> a lot of people stayed up to watch that one. what a game it was. 5:00, though, on this friday morning, a lot to celebrate today. >> we can celebrate a nice looking forecast although it's a little chilly out >> time to bring out the sweaters. >> you guys walk out in 39? weather. it gets cold fast without the sleeves. right? 38 down into the vineyard. this is one of the cooler starts we have had since mid june. so even the suburbs which typically get cool, we had some cool weather earlier in the week, you are beating those numbers by a couple of degrees. a lot of sunshine throughout the day. i do expect a nice recovery, even a couple of degrees warmer than yesterday afternoon.


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