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? ? scare on the trail. at first complaining of being over heated, hillary clinton was unsteady and clearly needed support to enter her van. she'd been treated for pneumo >> yes, thank you very much. thank you everybody. >> but donald trump has been curiously quiet on the issue. after a weekend of war fare, a monday night syrian ceasefire hangs in the balance, but will all sides respect it. a moving 9/11.
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"early today" starts right now. >> happy monday to you kwm rr frances rivera. >> and it was a scary couple of hours until the clinton campaign came out explaining what was wrong with the secretary of state. >> we begin this morning with the nation beginning the horrific events from some 15 years ago which took 3,000 lives. but it was a race for the white house which cast a long shadow, after both candidates made their own planned visits to mark the occasion. and we have news this morning that hillary clinton has canceled a series of high profile events due to health concerns, after a day that may have dramatically shifted the tenure of the race after she abruptly fell ill and left during the service. and we know she's been diagnosed with pneumonia.
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she was recovering nicely, the doctor said. and look at this video. shows clinton unsteady, clearly requiring support before trying to get in her van. clinton was driven to the manhattan apartment to recooperate, however, the press was not notified for over an hour. and here she is greeting reporters and onlookers before heading to her home. >> are you feeling better? >> yes, thank you. very much. >> for more we're joined by tracie potts and good morning. what more can you tell us about clinton's illness and the significance, especially with donald trump targeting her health in the past. >> reporter: and that's the key.
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coughing spell that her doctors said was attributed to seasonal allergies. in 2012 she had a stomach virus that turned into dehydration and developed a blood clot which turned out to be her second blood clot. there have been public health issues for hillary clinton. and so this is raising more questions. the campaign for donald trump has questioned whether she has the physical stamina, not to run but to serve as president of the united states and obviously she and her campaign have denied that there's a problem there. neither candidate has released their full medical records. we have doctor's records from both of them. trump's doctor admitted his letter was rushed. but the bottom line, he is 70. she will be 69 next month. they will be the oldest and
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depending on who wins. >> tracie potts live for us in washington d.c. and while clinton faces tough questions on her health, donald trump is expected to sit down and talk to dr. oz about his own health and his regimen. the hardest hit firehouse during 9/11, there he was greeted by firefighters and commemorated the anniversary along side former mayor, rudy and attended the same world trade center tour that clinton was on hand for earlier. and national republicans grilled clinton, following this controversial remark earlier. >> you could put half of trump supporters into what i call the "basket of deplorables." the islamaphobic, you name it.
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and he has lifted them up. >> and the clinton campaign quickly reversed course, apologizing, while democrats say there was nothing to make a stink about. they say it equals mitt romney's 47% mark and it all comes as clinton holding a 5-point lead among likely voters nationally. 46% to 41% and that's in keeping with the same poll from month. 45% to 35%. and today on the trail, trump delivers remarks remarks to the national coast guard. and clinton will remain off the stump, recooperating from the health scare. as sunset falls over syria in a matter of hours, a
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and other besieged parts of the city. the carnage between syria's government forces and the u.s.-backs opposition left at least 90 dead and over 100 wounded. matt bradley is following the deal out of london. what are chances the ceasefire is going to stick? >> reporter: ahead ceasefire, scheduled to begin in a few hours. over 100 have been killed, mostly by the syrian government, which has pounded rebel held areas across syria. they have ramped up since russia and u.s. signed this deal to halt fighting. russia, has been on the offensive as well. striking rebel positions in aleppo and idlib. that doesn't look good for the ceasefire.
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firing monday night, tonight. and the agreement would allow humanitarian aid to flow into block aided areas of syria, particularly aleppo. and if all of that holds up for seven days, russia and the u.s. will share intelligence and targeting data to allow them to cooperate. syria's war has seen this kind of jockying before. they tried to get a better ti begins. >> live for us in london. thanks for the update. police are searching for the suspect or suspects in a shooting that's left one dead and five others injured. gun fire erupted in birmingham's gate city community. as many as 60 shots were fired,
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called to the scene. all victims were likely innocent bistanders. ironically, an officer-involved-shooting took place at the same intersection just three days earlier. and after the commemoration of one of the dead lesh days comes to an >> as we saw in the days and weeks that followed and what has become even clearer in the years since is that the legacy of september 11th is not one of terror or fear, but of resilience and hope. >> we remember a day 15 years guy when we were wounded but not weakened. we remember a lesson of 9/11 that evil is real and so is curage. >> their remarks came just
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football and president bush was on hand for the dallas coin toss and president obama urged all americans to accept the diverse nation we are. but are we really safer than we were 15 years ago, when terrorists simultaneously hijacked planes. >> we're safer when it comes to he we're challenged with the home-grown violent extremists. and that requires a new government response and public participation and vigilance as well, by the way. >> that was secretary jay johnson and so many lives changed after that day, but as we say, never forget. >> and the terror threat really has changed over the 15 years as well.
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in serious trouble over a shot he gave to a referee. and severe thunderstorms headed for people in nebraska and iowa today. >> yeah, this is classic fall air mass and it's colliding with the warmer air ahead of it. and this afternoon and evening from omaha up to mason city, isolated strong storms throughout minneapolis and behind the cold front, it's going to be much cooler for your day on now a closer look at your day ahead. i mentioned the chilly air, 47 degrees. that's it in billings, montana. and afternoon thunderstorms in the southeast, down to south florida. we take you now to atlantic city, new jersey, 52 lovely ladies and one coveted crown.
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5-year ban. you're done with school by then. >> it's not the kind of sportsmanship you want to see. leading the news, police are investigating the cause behind a gruesome school bus crash. just moments after the bus driver picked up members of a high school football team, he crashed into a pillar. 15 most with non-life threatening injuries. they have not identified the female driver but say her route is quote curious because it's not clear why she circled back to the airport. some of the countries most renowned football players continue to kneel at the national outcome. and upton is engaged to
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and while it was sparked by colin kaepernick, seahawks players support with interlocked arms and dolphins players took a knee and cardinals players stood together as one. and nfl commissioner, roger goodell commented during an interview with "today's" matt lauer. >> i think when our players speak out and feel passionately about soin good thing for us. president obama is set to meet with leaders that white house. he's trying to break dead locks in government spending and zika funding. the $487 million powerball jackpot winner have expected to come forward today. and "american ninja warrior." warrior."
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the movie "sully" grossing over $35 million in its opening weekend. "when the bough" breaks number two. and first, news on tesla's autopilot system made headlines this morning. jeff, good morning. >> reporter: hey, good morning to you.
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accident involving an ohio man in florida who put his model s into autopilot and the camera had problems distinguishing the sun from a truck that crossed his path. he died in the fatality, but it forced tesla to have another look at the autopilot system. elon musk saying they are now introducing radar as part of the upgrade for the autopilot syste happened, that tragic accident wouldn't have taken place. so, good news for tesla drivers. while we're on the subject of driving, the average price for a gallon of fuel now $2.21. that's 4 cents higher, but somewhat cheaper than a year ago and markets having a wobble. you mentioned that.
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someof that as to what the fed is going to do? fed president suggesting it is getting close to that time. markets not too happy about a higher cost of capital. back to you. >> thank you very much. just ahead, which 16-time nominee finally took home an emmy win? and first, some sad news, actress alexis arquette died thursday morning. she was best known for her in films like "the wedding singer." she was 47 years old. you're watching "early today." " ? for people with heart failure, tomorrow is not a given. but entresto is a medicine that helps make more tomorrows possible. ? tomorrow, tomorrow... ? ? i love ya, tomorrow ? in the largest heart failure study ever. entresto helped more people stay alive and
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