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this morning on "world news now," no love lost in the third ape final presidential debate. >> he's up fit and proves it every time he talks. >> you're the one -- >> tense moments in las vegas as trump and clinton battled it out on stage for the last time. we're going to have the straight ahead. one of the big topics of the debate, conflict in the middle east. new developments from iraq as we learn how long the fight to take back mosul is expected to take, and new details regarding russia's involvement in syria. a massive explosion in portland, oregon sends people running from the blast. thefire chief saying it's the worst destruction he's ever seen. tell you why no one was injured.
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in nearly two decades. can fans hope for the ultimate underdog showdown? we have a preview on this thursday, october 20th. frrom abc news, this is "world news now." >> it would be great, indians and cubs. >> for a world series, that would be fantastic. >> man, congratulations, cleveland having quite a year so far after the caps , and now this. well, there were firewor >> quite a bit. nothing to do with baseball, though. >> no. >> we begin with the contentious final debate, and hillary clinton and donald trump clashing on every issue. >> no love lost, you might say. battling it out over immigration, sexual salt, and there was no handshake before or after. trump referred to certain imgrants as bad hombres. >> he refused to commit to
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debate hall in las vegas, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the biggest headlines in vegas last night, the two competing to be president of the united states. it was not long before the gloves were off, and as you mentioned, trump resisting to say whether he'd accept the outcome of the election. hillary clinton and donald trump facing off in their third and final debate, foregoing a handshake greeting like the last time clinton and frump duking it occupant about immigration. >> she wants to give amnesty. >> you're right. i don't want to rip families apart. we started this campaign bashing imgrants, calling them rapists and criminals and drug dealers. >> reporter: the democratic candidate facing tough questions on wikileaks. >> the russian government has engaged in espionage against amer americans then they have given
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timely, will donald trump at mitt and condemn that the russians are doing this? >> that was a great pivot off the fact that she wants open borders. >> reporter: responding to allegations of sexual misconduct. >> i didn't know any of these women. i think they want fame or her campaign did it. >> donald thinks belittling women makes him bigger. he goes after their dignity, their self-worth. that's who donald is. >> reporter: questions on his claim the election is rigged. >> re >> do you make the same commitment, that you'll -- sir, that you'll absolutely accept the result of the election? >> i'll look at it at the time. i'm not looking at anything now. >> no. that's not the way our democracy works. and despite tension, candidates are not getting away gist yet. thursday night is a big charity dinner in new york, an an lieu event, and in line with
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scheduled to speak. >> another heated night to look forward to, but not debating directly. speaking of heated moments, lauren, a big one last night when they discussed abortion and roe v. wade. >> reporter: yeah. in the beginning of the debate, chris wallace, the moderator, got in a discussion about the supreme court, and two issues tacklinged were the second amendment and abortion, an issue that dwooids clinton and trump in this wallace pointed out, he whether or not he would overturn the decision that made a bab on abortion unconstitutional. he pushed and pushed and pushed, and trump kept reverting and repeating to the same line that if it goes to the state, and they would season, and clinton founting, using the position that she is reiterated many, many times on the trail, fully support roe versus wade, and
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to have the power over their own health care decisions and got into late term abortion with trump saying it's unacceptable, and clinton said it's the most difficult decision for families to make. >> quite a few fireworks in the bay, social media reactions, what got your attention? >> reporter: oh, more than just what i saw, kendis and diane. we got stats. some of the biggest moments included a tweet that we have. this was the most retweeted one of the night, and it has to do with donald trump and miss universe and if he would be best friends with clinton. do you think putin is going to the miss universe pageant in moscow. if so, will he be my new best friend? there was a spat in the debate dealing with everyone's relationship with putin, and at one point, they called clinton putin's puppet.
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heavily traending topic on twitter. one of the hvm searched on google, fact check topics, what is roe v. wading and another big moment on facebook, and all four topic moments on facebook had to do with trump incoming clashing with the moderator, aleppo, comments made about the emmys, and he said, we should have won, and so having to do with trump. >> yeah, that it did. that putin tweet from trump, from several years ago and the miss universe pageant in russia. a lot of people tweeting that overnight. >> lauren, thanks so much. hillary clinton was already picking up momentum ahead of the debate making the stakes high for donald trump. >> she's within striking distance of states that have not gone democrat for years.
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and gaining arizona, texas, and georgia, not democrat in a generation or longer. >> we could have a land slide on november 8th. did trump get the boost that he desperately needed? >> for a closer look, let's turn to our political director. >> reporter: donald trump needed a big moment and got it, but it campaign turn around he needs right now. a singular moment in history where he said he would not necessarily respect the election results, and the supporters are questioning that very aggressively. all in all, hillary clinton prosecuted the case against donald trump, needling him, prodding him, walking away with the clear victory than at the exchange. hillary clinton able to make that case and leave donald trump in a flustered position to
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policy positions, but overall, this seemed like a debate in ang election that's already kind of over. both candidates weary of each other, the name calling, and donald trump walking away without the game changer needed. >> rick, thank you. just before the debate was underway, trump made an unorthodox broadcast experience. >> shocking for the trump campaign and that man. it was a highly produced newscast live on facebook complete with new style analysis and when the debate was over rs there were interviews in the spin room with some of trump's top supporters including his sons and former new york mayor, and there was a graphic saying trump scored a decisive victory. the show actually got, at one point, up to 200,000 viewers at one point. >> you know when you see facebook live, you think of someone holding up the cell phones, but this was a production. ahead in this half hour, what's to come in the final two weeks of the campaign.
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america" live from the trump campaign manager, kelly anne conway. other news now, the commander of u.s. forces in the middle east warning the fight against mosul could take months. this morning, iraqi special forces joined kurdish forces to open a new front to the east and north of mosul. the overall offensive is the largest launched by iraqi forces since the u.s.-led invasion in does not have high expectations for a new syria cease fire deal with russia, ordering him to be serious with talks right now about finding ways to isolate what he calls general terrorists for moderate opposition fighters. this morning, the russian president, tuputin promised for today, could last indefinitely. if the first four-way talks in
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russia, ukraine, germany, and france greed on a road map to revive the stalled peace progress is eastern ukraine. among the items discussed, disengagement areas to separate the warring parties and ways to improve the humanitarian spimpgs. back at home, a deputy shall have ckilled in a rural area ner the oregon border. he was fatally shot wild responding to a call, and a suspect is in custody, but police are not releasing a nam conference later today. the deputy is the fourth law officer to died in line of duty in california in the past two weeks. scary moments for the pilot of a small plane when the landing gear failed. the pilot made an emergency landing at the oklahoma city airport. without a front wheel, the prompt of the plane tipped forward on the tarmac, and the pilot was the only person on board the plane at the time. he was not injured. you can see a little bit smoke
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says it's the worst destruction he's ever seen. a gas explosion blew apart this building in downtown portland. the blast happened less than an hour after a construction crew called the utility to say it hit a gas line. amazingly, no one killed, and a handful of injuries that were not life threatening. coming up, how you can own a piece of papal history. >> one of the modest fiats he cruises in. how much might it c that's later in the mix. first, our top story, last night's presidential debate, diving into each performance and where their campaigns go from here in this final stretch. and you can dive into our behind the scenes pictures on instagram at abcwnn. you're watching abc's world news now. if you're approaching 65, now's the time to get your ducks in a row. to learn about medicare, and the options you have. you see, medicare doesn't cover everything -
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i want to ask you on the stage same commitment, sir, that you'll absolutely accept the result of the election? >> i will look at it at the time. i'm not looking at anything now. she's guilty of a very, very serious crime. she should not be allowed to run, and just in that respect, i say it's rigged. >> are you saying you're not prepared now -- >> what i'm saying is that i will tell you at the suspense.
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one of the exchanges from last night's final presidential debate. donald trump saying he might not accept the outcome of the election. >> we are joined now, and how significant is that moment that we just saw? >> i think it's really significant. i mean, this is a hallmark of american democracy. the peaceful transfer of power from one administration to another. he's saying he's going to wait and see. >> they also clashed about they clash about that moment, and that's grabbing a whole lot of headlines, but clash on experience, and hillary clinton prepared for this moment. take a listen. >> i asked a simple question. she's been doing for 30 years. why didn't you do it over the last 15-20 years. the problem is you talk, but you don't get anything done, hillary. when you become president, this country is going to be in some mess, believe me.
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raid that brought bin laden to justice, he was hosting the celebrity aparen dis. >> so that lot attention, and, obviously, he just set that up. how effective was her response in that back and forth? >> i think it was very efgsive. see, this is a point that what seems strong for donald trump, what supporters love him for, that he doesn't have traditional experience, outside the box, outside of washington, but she tushed it on on its head so much so that i think we're going to see that celebrity apprentice line again and again over the next just over two weeks. >> yeah. just over two weeks, not a lot of time left. let's talk about strategy. clip ton seems to be changing hers up at last minute, and where do they go from here? >> that's right. it's extror their, we're so good to november 8th, and the clinton
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states like arizona, utah, georgia, and even texas. they are spendsing money there and sending big name surrogates including bernie sanders, michelle obama, and chelsea clinton. >> back to the debate, a lot of moments got traction from social media, and one that -- a number of men and women tweeted about mentioning nasty woman. your reaction to that? >> well, my reaction is that donald trump has a you see that in polling. that remark, he just spit it out, is not going to help close that large gender gap. >> all right, our political director, always great to have you on. >> thank you. >> almost at the finish line. >> almost there. >> two and a half weeks. >> how many weeks have we been together? >> i know. >> we'll be right back.
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we're back with sports now. raiders owner, mark davis, told nfl owners that he's planning to file papers in january to move his team to las vegas. this is according to espn. davis says that he has not completely closed staying in oakland, but he says the city is dragging feet oncoming up with a viable plan to keep his team. >> it's unfair for people to keep bringing up, what if oakland does this or that. vegas is already done what they are supposed to do, and we just have to present it to the national football league and get the approval to move in las vegas. >> nevada lawmakers approved the deal to increase hotel taxes in
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$400 million to expand and upgrate the convention center. let's talk baseball. the national league championship series is now a best of three between dodgers and cubs. that's because chicago's battings finally woke up from their slumber last night in l.a. the cubs broke the game open in the fourth scoring four runs include a two-run home run from the sport stop, addison russell. >> chicago adding five more the sixths inning, too much for dodgers to handle. they are tied at two games a piece. >> cleveland with runs on their on on the way to eliminating the blue jays, a homer in the third, and cocoa did the same in the next inning, and see if cleveland wins the game, 3-0, they took the series four games to one. the indians go to the world series for the first time since 1997.
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we're back and keeping with the political theme sort of right now with the mix, and keep of merge it to the with the times we have right now. everyone is doing pumpkin carvings, but this artist in brooklyn eats the cake. look at this time carving that he's putting together. can you guess? >> oh, wow. >> what it is? based on the other one you see there. you get a sense of what he's doing. it took three hours to carve out trump, a carving of donald trump, and he did the hillary clinton one as well. it's called a hallowery clinton pum pumpkin. >> he's been carving candidates since 1976, and this year, these
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>> i can't believe he does it free hand. unbelievable. >> yeah. takes three hours. politics to religion, shall we? remember the end pope came? this is just -- i don't think anyone is disappointed by this story. remember when the pope came to visit? traveled around in this fiat. there were six of them. two in each city. turns out philadelphia has one for sale. they already sold the cars to the archdiocese of philadelphia. one went for $82,000. >> that's not bad. >> selling the suggest privately hoping for more cash. the fiat goes for $18,000 typically, but when it's the pope's ride, you get more value out of that. >> holy ride. >> you could own the pope's vehicle. >> pope francis was here. >> maybe he initialled it, carved into the back seattle.
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a heavenly finding in florida for a couple, there trying to rep renovate their house, and look at the ceiling there. that's a lot of cold hard cash. >> oh. >> so $23,000 was hidden in the walls of their home in a suitcase. now, based on a newspaper that was found in that suitcase, they believe it was placed there in 1951. all the bills, though, interesting, date back between 1928 and 1934. that's fascinating. they just plan to play off their mortgage. >> wonder if the bills are worth more money? >> you'd think because of the date. >> put those on auction with the pope mobile. now to picture day on your sunday best and go out, get dolled up for the picture, well, this is another approach. an outfit to wear, and this is
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this morning on "world news now," the final push to election day gets underway. last night's debate seeing donald trump and hillary clinton hoping the third time would be the charm, and this time, neither had charming words to say about each other. we'll be live at the debate hall. extreme weather battering asia. a monster typhoon bringing heavy in vehicles as rapids brought by flash floods threaten to sweep people away. the woman who gave birth to the third child 27 years after her first. >> this 62-year-old welcomed her third child at the age of 62. the message of hope she has this morning for women around the world who think they are too old to have children. setting the odds in last night's debate. wild wagers that book kis took


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