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good morning. breaking overnight. trump's apology. >> i said it. i was wrong and i apologize. >> the republican presidential candidate forced to say sorry for making crude comments about women more than when he did not realize he was being recorded. >> i moved on her like a [ bleep ]. >> this morning, the trump campaign is reeling. some republicans blasting the nominee and saying they will no longer support the candidate. others calling on him to drop out of the race. with a month to go until election day, how will this bombshell effect the race? and matthew's fury.
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category 2 hurricane hammering south carolina with winds of 105 miles per hour and heavy rain and dangerous storm surge. people in charleston bracing for the worst. meanwhile, folks in florida assess the damage from what matthew left behind. >> now i've got holes in the roof and it's leaking in my kitchen. >> dylan's tracking it all today, saturday, october 8th, 2016. 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> and welcome to "today" on this very busy saturday morning. i'm craig melvin alongside sheinelle jones and stephanie ruhle is here. dylan dreyer is standing by. charleston being hammered. >> let's get to it. hurricane matthew barrelling on
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leaving a path of destruction in florida. we will go live to our team of correspondents in the south. dylan is tracking the storm's path. we will get to that in a few minutes. overnight, political news with the election 31 days away. donald trump apologizing to women for what he said in 2005. this after the tape catching trump in an unguarded moment. rally today. there is so much to get to this morning. let's start with nbc's katy tur who has been following the trump campaign from the beginning and has latest from the fallout. >> good morning, sheinelle. 16 months in and donald trump has refused to apologize to the judge or the gold star family or former miss universe.
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he could grope a woman for saying he is famous. is the damage after done? >> when you start it, they let you do it. grab them by the [ bleep ]. >> after the outrageous remarks. finally contrite trump. >> i said it. i apologize. >> then the attack. >> bill clinton has abused women and hilla victims. >> reporter: the apology believed to be unprecedented came after a 2005 tape surfaced with a conversation and then access hollywood host billy bush. trump brags about groping women and laughing off the attempts to seduce nancy o'dell. >> i moved on her heavily.
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i'll show you. i moved on her like a [ bleep ]. i couldn't get there. she is married. she totally changed her look. >> reporter: the comments caught on a hot mic on a publicity tour. eight months after he married melania who was already pregnant. overnight, deluge of condemn nation. leaving trump no choice but to repent. one calling it their very own hurricane. one should described in the terms ever. and paul ryan withdrawing from a scheduled appearance today. saying he is sickened. the republican governor along with congress member jason chaffetz withdrawing support. >> i cannot do it. >> reporter: some are calling this the end and some high
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>> we will discuss this more in the coming days. see you at the debate on sunday. >> this morning, new talks to see how the republican party can go forward and whether they can take trump off the ticket. pressure to do so mounting from big dollar donors. it is a move highly unlikely because of ballot issues. early voting has started already. meanwhile, billy bush is ap when he was younger and less mature. >> what is the likelihood there are other tapes out there? >> there have been grumbling like that. we could see more of the tapes from now until election day. i have spoken to somebody who has known donald trump for a long time. they said he has said much worse. >> katy, thank you.
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the press." chuck todd. >> good morning. >> i feel we have had the same conversation over the last year. trump doing something ridiculous and it doesn't stick to him. does this feel different to you? >> it does. i think, look, you already had a campaign that was reeling and sort of for conventional reason. now this. i think it is how do republicans down the ballot break-away from him? is it done by the leadership first? is it mcconnell? is it ryan? is it the chairman of the party? it is unrecoverable. the question is what do people -- what does the rest of the party do? >> the apology or half apology or promise to continue the conversation likely during the
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tomorrow? >> if this debate is what donald trump threatens, i don't think -- it is unchartered territory, craig. i'm trying to envision what this would look like. disaster doesn't begin to describe it if this is the road trump goes down. if this is what it turns into, i don't think he has any idea or how poorly this would play to attack a woman for the infidelities of her husband. it would be of epic proportion of a political miscalculation. >> the defects of jason chaffetz and senator mike lee saying trump should get out of this
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will we see more of that? >> i think we will. i would be stunned if we don't. so far, the first people to break are two groups of republicans. one have been mormons. obviously, this is an issue for utah republican rank and file leaders for months. you have some coming from republicans in competitive races in a month. i think today will see panic among house republicans. remember, craig, let's talk about winning and losing. this is can the republicans hold the senate. if this is mishandled. if donald trump truly goes into tomorrow as political ied, the house could be in play and suddenly the entire party could collapse on itself over the next few weeks. i think it's a total -- i think
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>> it sounds like you are saying that donald trump could very well bring down the entire gop. >> i think he could. >> come november. to be clear, 31 days out, they're stuck with him. >> they're stuck. look, i had a conversation with some high level republicans in early august, craig, during the khan episode. when he was attacking the gold star family and khan family. there was chatter. okay. if they can quit, you know, how much time would they have and when would they have to do it and when would he have to get out. it was determined they had until the first week of september. now it is too late. ballot deadlines. it is too late. maybe there is some weird electoral college thing to get all of the electors that are promised to elect trump to sign some other pledge. fundamentally, it is too late to
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>> thank you, chuck todd. we will see more tomorrow morning on "meet the press." >> hard to believe that is not all that happened in politics yesterday. at the same time the donald trump tape was public, wikileaks released more e-mails claimed to be from the clinton campaign manager e-mail account. it reveals the private wall street speeches. many want to know what is in those. nbc's kaci hunt is in st. louis at the site kaci, good morning. >> reporter: steph, good morning. so much news all at once here. we are finally getting a glimpse into the speeches that you mentioned that clinton gave to wall street and other private groups that bernie sanders demanded she released during the primaries. she never did. these are from wikileaks. we have not confirmed the authenticity of them. the campaign has not either.
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happy about being hacked by the russians. this is a hillary clinton different in private than public. she went so far as to say as much. politicians need to have one public position and one private position as they get things done in washington. and on trade which was important to sanders, she went so far as to say she would call for an open border my dream is a hemisphere common interest. and we raised doubt that the kremlin recognized wikileaks to meddle in our election. he says they will not confirm the authenticity of stolen documents from julian assange
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hillary clinton. at the same time, there are no major bombshells in the documents. it stands up to the story of donald trump and many democrats i talked to privately saying they think this race may already be over. steph. >> kasie hunt in st. louis. see you there tomorrow. we will open up the conversation. there is too much to cover. let's bring in sara flores. a deputy campaign manager for carly fiorina and we have carl edward. a political analyst. good morning to both of you. we have to start with donald trump. these comments. any other person could make them. it would torpedo their campaign. this conversation he has had over and over. he has a problem with women. 64% polled have a negative view of him. will this change votes? >> we are heading into the election where we will have the largest gender gap in history by
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won't measure this outside of the debate on sunday. what does this is in the debate he needed to win and be on offense, he is heading in on his heels at best. they have to spend all of today and tomorrow preparing for how to handle this. i don't think last night's apology video does anything to help that. so i think this will all be tied into the debate he could not lose. >> go back to the video that he put out around midnight. half apology. half threat. after bill clinton. the debate tomorrow in st. louis -- how ugly could it get? >> it is really all on him. i agree with sarah's comments. in a lot of ways, it shows what his wealth provides him. he talked about the advantage of celebrity and how you treat women. you wonder how he treats his daughter. i thought convincingly at the
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speak of. it will be large. i think republicans alike -- we will hear from more republicans about him stepping down. if you have a daughter or sister or married. it is hard to look your family in the eyes and say i'll get out and actively support and be for donald trump. not only will the debate be interesting, but the next 24 hours will be in how he handles women in his party and in general. >> thank you so much. we know this topic will come up tomorrow night during the second presidential debate of t. you can see hillary clinton and donald trump face-off on msnbc. coverage begins at 9:00 eastern/6:00 pacific. tomorrow night. i'm sure we will get a huge audience. let's turn to the other story this morning. hurricane matthew. that storm is now a weakened
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sustained winds of 105 miles per hour. it is battering south carolina, but on friday, heavy damage and destruction left behind in parts of florida. at least four people were killed in that state. more than 1.2 million people are without power this morning through georgia and florida and the carolinas as well. we have team coverage this morning. we start with nbc's chris jansing in charleston. chris. >> reporter: this is what hurricane conditions look like, craig. this wind and rain has been steadily worsening over the last hour or so. they say it will continue for several hours more. hurricane conditions for at least another hour. take a look at the flooding. you can see how deep my boots are. this isn't the worst of it. we're pretty far away from the worst of it. having said that, the officials
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hurricane hugo. governor nicki haley is upping the number of national guard members to 35,000 people. we saw some of them out braving some of the earlier conditions and flooding yesterday. in addition to that, you have waves that are cresting at 20 feet. measured off bouys off the coast. 90,000 people without power. that is expected to rise. power crews here from as f a problem downed power lines causing burglar alarms and fire alarms to go off. that has been keeping the emergency crews busy. the one thing that officials are happy about is they told people to evacuate. 335,000 did. many of those in shelters. those who didn't heeded the warnings overnight. they had no problems and they kept off the streets. the only thing we saw at 8:00 or
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i just talked to a city official who said they did not have major problems overnight. having said that, when you look at the combination of factors, wind, rain, flooding, the third highest surge in history. they will have a mess on their hands here in what is clearly, you know, craig, because you spent so much time here in the historic and most beautiful cities in thing south. craig. >> the crown jewel. >> let's go to dylan. what's the latest on hurricane matthew's track? >> the track is still expecting to make landfall somewhere near charleston shortly. it is a category 2 hurricane. it has been weakening. winds down to 105 miles per hour. that is strong. look at the rain bands in south carolina and north carolina right now. since we are very close to
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are making it onshore. you go up to charleston and inland a bit. 37-mile-an-hour wind gusts. some strongest gusts in tybee island, georgia, 39 miles per hour. the highest storm surge they experienced. speaking of the storm surge, 5 to 7 feet from hilton head north. and cape fear to kitty hawk. that push of water increases the coastal flooding. here is the latest track. we will get an update later this morning. it is expected to weaken and move to a tropical depression before it loops around into the bahamas as we get into the end of next week. in the meantime, we are looking at heavy rain, torrential downpours and 5 to 9 feet storm surge. look at how far north it
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long island and southeastern massachusetts. not because of the storm itself, but adding extra moisture. we will see the effects across the northeast. guys. >> dylan, thank you. we will get more from you throughout the morning. we want to get back to charleston, south carolina and see how the city is doing. john techlenburg is the mayor. good morning to you. >> good morning, sheinelle. welcome to we are looking at the pictures. heartbreaking to see. what do you see as far as the damage is concerned? >> first let me say how proud i am of the emergency operations personnel both in the city and county and the state. i was riding around downtown charleston last night and despite the fact we always welcome people to our vibrant and lively city, it was
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we did a great job of getting folks evacuated and secure in the homes before the storm came. what we are concerned about today are the high winds that are about to unleash on the city as the eyewall of the storm actually hits the city of charleston. we are expecting over 100-mile-an-hour winds and the triple threat of flooding which includes the storm surge and high tide that will be here midday today and rains that we are receiving as the day goes on. >> i was just about to ask you that. let's talk about flooding for a moment. charleston is low lying. downtown floods easily. how much flooding are you expecting? >> a good bit. we already closed about 80 local streets due to flooding and some trees already coming down. the trees and power outages frankly will increase as the day
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but the flooding midday should be the worst because as that storm surge pushes water in and the high tide comes in and the rain has nowhere to go out, we're going to have continued and increased flooding throughout today. hopefully, god bless, we have no loss of life. that's the most important thing. >> amen 90,000 people without power. when can they expect that to be back on? >> well, just to let you know, our city personnel both public safety and public service are stationed throughout the city in fire stations everywhere so as soon as the storm is over, we'll begin our response and recovery. utility companies have pre-positioned crews not only their own crews, but called in
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assets ready to go for response and recovery. we hope in just a day or two we'll be happy to welcome folks back to charleston and come down and join us. >> all the best to the communities affected there. mayor, thank you for your time this morning. >> dylan is back with the quick check of the forecast. >> thank you, sheinelle. >> there is not a lot to talk about. the main focus is the cold front moving east than combining with the rain. all north carolina wit the worst of matthews weather impact in charleston and hilton head in this area, but if you look at the wider satellite view, you can see some of the moisture from matthew being siphoned north, part of a front headed our way. usually, this front wouldn't
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and that's your latest forecast. >> dylan, thank you. more of our coverage of hurricane matthew's wrath. but first this is "today" on nbc. ? ??an you s i love ? ??h love ? joe plaia: every three days, ?hsomeone in new hampshire ish ? killed with a gun. mothers, sons, friends. and yet kelly ayotte continues to play political games instead of making new hampshire safer.
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still to come here, we are live in south carolina as folks there wake up to damage from hurricane matthew. this is a live look at the beach. and one month to go until election day.
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good morning to you. just before 7:30 on a gorgeous saturday morning. it certainly feels like fall out there, rob? >> yes, and some patchy fog as you might've noticed, quiet. it feels fall like, but 53 in boston with temperatures on the way to the upper 50s ?or upper 60s, rather. there is matthew with some which are being drawn further, late tonight into tomorrow, especially eastern massachusetts. so nancy, today is the peak of the weekend. and thank you very much. now to the top stories, a car
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we are back on this saturday morning. october 8th, 2016. a great crowd on the plaza this morning. we will head out in a few to say hello. >> here is what else is making headline overnight for vile comments he made about women in 2005 when he did not realize he was recorded. it was from a taped conversation he was having with access hollywood host billy bush. in a video released on friday night, trump said he was sorry. >> i've said and done things i regret. the words released today are more than a decade old video are
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i said it. i was wrong. and i apologize. >> trump was supposed to appear at a campaign event in wisconsin today. he was disinvited. with many fellow republicans slamming his comments. and moscow is responding to the obama administration's accusation that it ordered hackers to try to interfere with the presidential race. the secretary from the state of homeland security charged that senior russian officials were the only o attacks on the u.s. political groups. the kremlin dismissed it as nonsense. and the u.s. military is moving in and sending a ship full of aid and supplies to haiti after the destruction. hundreds of people have died and hundreds of thousands have been displaced. some relief supplies have poured into that country in great need. let's go back to the coverage of hurricane matthew now. the storm leaving its mark on
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nbc's rehema ellis is in savannah for us. rehema, what's the scene now? >> reporter: craig, i can tell you so many are waking up to massive power outages. according to georgia power, 200,000 people in the county. here in chatham county, 600,000 are without power. you see street lights on. that is aoo you don't see anyone. in this particular county, according to officials, about 75% of the residents did heed the order to evacuate. that's something like 200,000 people. the good news is that while the wind is still surging at gusting at 46 miles per hour now, the storm we got that hit the area overnight did not force the wind and rain, i should say, up into
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pretty dry. but there are power outages and downed trees and down power lines. on the island, a lot to deal with. tybee island got the record storm surge of 12 1/2 feet overnight. to assess the damage, they will wait for all of the wind to calm down before authorities send in emergency crews and their assessment crews out to figure out exactly how much de been done to this area. craig. >> rehema ellis in savannah. stay safe. >> be careful. dylan, what is the latest on matthew? >> savannah was hit hard and tybee island. because of the fact because we saw the high tide occur right when the strongest storm surge occurred. i want to show you exactly what a storm surge is. it's basically a rise of water in addition to the regular high tide.
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if you add water on top of that, it is a huge push of water that comes onshore. obviously this is a bit exaggerated. on tybee island, 12 feet above normal high tide. to put that in perspective for you. i'm 5'3". if you take your average high tide level and you add perhaps up to 4 to 6 feet on top of that, this is a wall of water coming it continues to push inland. although savannah is a little bit farther inland, it is still close enough that the water floods savannah. we will see the same situation in charleston as well. it is not just the coastal flooding because of the storm surge, but also the rain itself. you can see all of this is pushing onshore as the system wraps around. we are looking at flash flooding which is a concern.
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inches of rain possible in what we will see today. it is the combination of the storm surge pushing water onshore causing coastal flooding and inland flooding and flash flooding from another foot of rain. some areas picked up the worst of matthews weather impact in charleston and hilton head in this area, but if you satellite view, you can see some of the moisture from matthew being siphoned north, part of a front headed our way. usually, this front wouldn't have much of an impact on our weather, but without moisture for matthew we have a good and that's your latest forecast. >> thank you, dylan. still to come, following in her father's footsteps.
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over. the vice president candidates held their debate and kim kardashian was robbed in a paris hotel. those are a few of the stories. >> hurricane matthew leaving a trail of destruction slamming into the caribbean. >> packing winds of 140 miles an hour after slamming into haiti. the poorest country recovering now another disaster. and douglas mcarthur mccain and mike pence faced off in the first vice presidential debate. >> trying to keep up with the insult-driven campaign. >> i'm just saying facts about your running mate. >> i'm happy to defend him. >> tim kaine pushed pence.
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thing again. >> pence hitting hillary clinton's e-mail and answered questions about his running mate's $1 billion loss. >> he used the tax code the way it is supposed to be used. yahoo! after a data breach. now accused of snooping on customers' e-mails. >> three years ago, edward snowden's leaks revealed that the nsa tapped into the e-mail traffic so computers could search potential terrorists. last year, yahoo! encrypted e-mails. reuters says yahoo! was doing the searching last year in real-time on millions of messages looking for a term supplied by the government. creeping clowns are popping up coast to coast. some are hoaxes and some criminal. >> michigan police reveal that a boy was scratched by a clown
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which was a teenager holding a bb gun. >> a big scare for kim kardashian. >> a source close to the investigation tells nbc news that monday at 2:30 a.m., five masked robbers dressed in police clothing burst in. they the kardashian suite and they bound and gagged her. the thieves stole over $10 million in jewelry. all of it left out in the room. amazing half-court shot and a celebration for the fans at university of kansas basketball team. went in to shoot on behalf of a student winning her $10,000. she knew what to do with the money almost immediately.
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we are back on a saturday morning with "today's take away." important information for everyone planning to vote on election day. with one month to go, if you have not registered, the deadline is approaching. a battle is racing in florida for the deadline. we have jesse moore with the rock the vote. >> good morning. >> let's talk about registering to votend >> the first thing is you are not too late, but you are getting close. it is time to register to vote right now. if you are in mississippi, for instance, today is your deadline. >> i was about to ask. how many states have deadlines this week? >> 28 this week. >> 28? >> yes. better safe than sorry. you can go to figure out if you are coming up on the deadline.
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>> reerquirements, you want to a u.s. citizen and 18 years old. check your status is important. a lot of people move. you have to update your status when you move. it's best not to assume. go online and make sure you are registered at the right place. >> come on down with me. once you are registered, let's talk about what you need to know. especially if you want to vote early. >> i will tell you this, vote early. the president he is busy. that's what busy people do. we have jobs. we have kids. we have things to worry about. it gives you weekend options and night options and several days. >> i don't think a lot of people considered this. unless they are out of town. >> early voting is the way to do it. >> that's the way to do it. >> absentee ballots. if you are traveling. i know we heard from the
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to vote absentee because they are on the road. military and overseas, check with your chain of command and go to voter tools. this is important. too much technology not to take advantage of it these days. we have bells and whistles on our phones telling us what to do. sign up with rockthevote and sign up for the bells and whistles. >> there is so much out with twitter and facebook and it is hard to separate fact from fiction. if you want to do the prep work, you have to know what you are doing. >> i will say twitter is one of our partners at rock the vote. believe what you hear. they will turn you out. vivo is doing a lot of work to push messaging up to voting day. >> we are registered. here is what we need to know prior to election day. come on down with me here. let's talk about the big day. one month away.
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identification? >> whether you are voting early or on election day, make a plan. that's what most people forget or what people don't think of. >> what do you mean? >> you are breaking your routine. you get up and have cheerios. you have to have a plan. add it to the calendar. who are you car pooling with? do something to make you remember this is the day. so, knowing your polling plac spot. you can't just vote anywhere. that is part of signing up for the reminders. identification. you will want to have a government issued photo i.d. for almost all states. >> that's a hot button issue. >> you want to look online to see what is needed. >> i want to jump down here. beating the rush. i used to vote in the middle of the day at 2:00 or frankly noon.
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rush? >> early vote. if you don't early vote to beat the rush, shoot the gaps. a lot of people vote in the morning. a lot of people vote in the evening. some late morning. early afternoon. i will say on accessibility, if you do have special needs and need hearing impaired or mobility, check with your polling place in advance. >> we got a lot in. high five. jesse, thank you. we have a lot of ior we have it for you on today doichbl .com. coming up, the rolling joe plaia: every three days, someone in new hampshire is killed with a gun. mothers, sons, friends. and yet kelly ayotte continues to play political games instead of making new hampshire safer. when she has the chance to strengthen background checks, she voted no, backing the washington gun lobby instead.
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