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good morning, america. this morning under attack. donald trump facing a firestorm of criticism. >> and it is a terrible situation. it is. >> from top republicans, his vice president presidential running mate even his own wife losing endorsement and facing lampooned on tv. >> i'm deeply -- >> are you trying to say apologized. >> no, i would never do that. >> this morning trump saying he's still in the race. >> are you staying in the race? >> 100%. >> with fans gathering to support him can he overcome this scandal comes hours before his second face-off with hillary clinton. we have team coverage ahead of tonight's second presidential
rath. record-breaking flooding in north carolina. evidence of nature's fury. >> i raised my kids here. took my heart out. done. >> the death toll climbing. >> you guys okay? >> sections of south carolina and georgia still under water. >> responding as a whole community and unified in the effort. >> and surveying the damage of parts of this storm where the big cleanup begins. we have complete coverage as we take you to the hardest hit areas. and as we say good morning on this sunday we are in the midst of what might be the wildest weekend and what has been the most unpredictable presidential race in memory. >> just hours away from the second presidential debate. there's the stage in st. louis
the gravist crisis in his brief by fiery political career. >> trump greeted supporters outside of trump tower in new york city saying he's never dropping out of the race but facing an outright revolt within his own party. they're rebuking their nominee, withdrawing endorsements and some calling on him to get out of the race. >> after the release of the 11-year-old video which trump can be heard making lewd comments about women. our covering all the angles. we're going to kick things off with tom llamas outside trump tower in new york city. good morning to you tom. >> reporter: good morning to you dan. this should have been a week of debate prep. instead trump tower turned into a war room with trump campaign trying to figure out how to deal with this political disaster and trump himself deciding to go after bill clinton. this morning with his campaign in a coma, donald trump looking
chance for survival. >> are you staying in the race? >> 100%. >> in damage control for most of the weekend, the republican nominee emerged from trump tower saturday with his fist raised, mobbed by supporters, defiant of the scandal that's rocked his campaign. that 2005 recording surfacing on friday showing trump bragging about sexually assaulting women. >> grab them by the [ bleep ]. >> trump tweeting saturday will never drop out of the race and telling the new york times i am in this until the end. friend and advisory rudy giuliani echoing that. >> there is nothing going to cause his dropping out. >> those comments 11 years ago. >> i moved on her like a [ bleep ]. >> his apology friday. >> i was wrong and i apologize. >> as well as a statement from melania trump calling the crude
access hollywood identified nancy o'dell as the married woman trump was talked about hitting on. >> she was married. >> entertainment tonight releasing a statement reading in part no female, no person should be the subject of such krass comments whether or not cameras are rolling and a series of interviews with howard stern resurfacing saturday, the conversation including stern calling trump's daughter ivanka. >> by the >> she's beautiful. >> can i say this? a piece of [ bleep ]. >> and comments on the size of her breasts. >> she looks more vo lup shous than ever. >> trump's counter offense turning to focus on hillary clinton's husband. >> bill clinton has abused women and hillary has bullied, attacked, shamed and intimidated his victims. >> trump retweeting actions speak louder than words, donald
clinton raped me. clinton denied those allegations and no criminal charges were pursued against the former president. things are very ugly in this race and they may get worse at the debate tonight. donald trump leaves this afternoon for st. louis. his team had a strategy in place for this town hall style debate. it's unclear how much practice they got in. paula. >> the playbook might look different tonight. tom, thank you. trump's comments myriad of reactions from his parties. good morning cecilia. >> reporter: good morning to you just as hillary clinton and donald trump are set to face off the republican nominee is facing the political test of a lifetime. all six female republican senators are denouncing his comments and that is just the beginning. this morning so many republicans have so much to say about their
a who's who, the biggest powerful names in the gop blasting donald trump. >> step aside. step down. >> from senators and representatives to current and former governors, former presidential candidates. conservative pundits. rivals, even allies unified and denouncing trump's comments using words like l garbage, reprehensible, unacceptable. a new low, disgusting, demeaning, vile, disqualifying, inexcusable. the list goes on and on. >> there is a bit of an elephant in the room. and it is a troubling situation, i'm serious, it is. >> speaker paul ryan saying he is sickened. others rescinding their support all together like arizona senator john mccain saying he
further calling for trump to drop out, former secretary of state condoleezza rice writing enough, donald trump should not be president, he should withdraw. his own running mate ignoring questions. >> governor, should mr. trump withdraw? >> mike pence instead releasing a statement saying he was off offended by trump and i do not condone his remarks and cannot defend them. while trump's rivals pouncing vice president joe biden, such behavior is an abuse of power, it's not lewd, it's sexual assault. as "snl" gave its own take of what clinton's reaction might have been to trump's words. ? >> no official comment from hillary clinton, her campaign however, is reacting on twitter calling those comments horrific saying that quote, we cannot allow this man to become
bringing this up here tonight. >> i imagine that will be so. thank you very much. for more let's get it out to abc's chief white house correspondent. jon we have republicans calling for trump to get out. any chance you think he'll do that and what happens if he does? is there a plan in place to deal with this kind of scenario? >> reporter: well, trump has been adamant and the people around him have been and manhunt there is no way he is going to r that said, dan, i mean, anybody's guess. the fact that it's even discussed as a possibility in october that the republican nominee could be dropping out is absolutely incredible. but no indication from the campaign itself that is even under consideration with trump's inner circle. as for what would happen, dan, it would be a complete disaster because, you know, the republican party could in theory come together.
republican national committee. they can come together and choose another nominee. here's the problem. in a dozen states people have already started voting. and in many other states absentee balance lats have started going out having donald trump's name on it. there's no mechanism for dealing with how you would count those votes. here's the very interesting thing. the clinton campaign would be the first to try to block any efforts to do a switch at this point. the the republicans have waited too long. there's no option for changing. >> you're inside the debate hall. trump is signaling his strategy tonight is going to be to attack bill clinton. do you think that's likely to be successful? >> reporter: i think it's highly risky strategy and a lot of the people who are still supporting donald trump think it would be a mistake. if you look at the -- how intimate this setting is by the way, dan. there are 40 chairs there
right next to the -- this is a town hall debate. a very different dynamic. i think it would be difficult for donald trump to suddenly go intensely personal, intensely negative in an intimate setting. anybody's guess what he actually does. >> jon carl we appreciate your analysis on a huge sunday morning. pau paula. >> ana navarro is a vocal opponent of donald trump and worked on the campaign of jeb bush and i spoke with her controversy and why the access hollywood tapes are just being uncovered now. >> thanks for joining us. you have been calling on trump to step down. we have been talking all morning. there's no mechanism in place to get somebody on the ballad this late in the game particularly in trump refuses to step down. what is the solution? >> we have to figure it out as we go along. the turn of events over the last 24 hours have been down right
there, states already voting, military ballads are out there. in florida ballads are being mailed out as well. so it is very difficult. if donald trump insists on staying on this ballad there are going to be people that vote for him and folks are going to have to do a write-in campaign or look at other alternatives. >> let's talk about the debate tonight. the moment many are anticipating. will trump claim that he raped a woman four years ago and hillary clinton threatened her. is this the right strategy? >> of course not. a man is under attack right now because he's been revealed as a misogynist because his lewd remarks have been made public for the entire world to hear should not be going there. it is just lowering the discourse even much more.
the office you're running for. respect the people of america. stick to the issues. that being said, i'm not sure donald trump can restrain himself. when he's got very few other options, the man counter punches and attacks wildly, thrashes about like a shark who smells water -- blood in the water. i would not be surprised if he goes there because at this point, what does he have to lose? what is he going to talk about? and we've seen statements and his response and video statement trying to respond to this situation that developed in the last 36 hours. >> well the debate is just hours away. ana thank you for joining us. >> thank you. >> one more very important voice on this, abc news news george stephanopoulos and leading our coverage of the debate tonight on abc. let me ask you what we discussed. do you think there's a chance
and if he does, how does that go? >> how many different ways can you say we've never seen anything like this before. completely unchartered waters. everything we're hearing from donald trump is defiance. he's never going to get out 1,000%. here's what to watch for that will determine that. number one is debate performance. if he doesn't find some way to stop that bleeding the people that you're going to want to watch the response are priebus, paul ryan, mitch mcconnell. so far they have not said they would not vote for trump. they have not taken away their endorsements. if tonight is a disaster watch for them to say we're not behind trump anymore and the flood gates will open. at that point that also is going to put pressure on mike pence. a group of republicans right now trying to convince mike pence to temporarily resign from the ticket as a way to force donald trump to step aside.
some hope among republicans if they can get somebody else at the top of the ticket, they can keep their losses in the senate and house. are there more tapes out there? very likely he spent a lot of time on television from the apprentice or somewhere else. new polls as we come out as we get within 25, 30 days of the election. if they show trump down by of pressure. this is donald trump who knows what he will do? >> it might be a series of october surprises. we have seen the speaker of the house paul ryan stand by him. do you anticipate him to dump trump? >> i think they're giving him one more chance. he's gone as far as he can by saying he's not going to vote for him. but he clearly in his own words is sickened by this. i think he will move in lockstep
prieb priebus. >> george. thank you. you have a big show on "this week" and his guest today rnc chair reince priebus and dnc chair -- >> i apologize overnight reince priebus did back out. he could not come on to defend donald trump. instead mayor giuliani will come on from the trump campaign. >> that says a lot right there. >> interesting. i also want to say that george is going to be leading our live coverage of gh presidential debate which will co-moderated by martha raddatz and you can watch the coverage right here on abc starting at 9:00 eastern. sflnchts moving on to hurricane matthew downgraded to a post tropical storm but still dangerous. >> president obama declaring a major federal disaster in georgia and florida. while the carolina coast is feeling the impacts from a storm
people. meteorologist rob marciano joins us from charleston. >> reporter: the carolina coastline and virginia coastline feeling the impacts right now. this storm making land fall officially just about 40 miles northeast and doing damage here in are charleston. still a ghost town here. they may let people back later on today. still south carolina 14 bridges closed an over 300 roads closed and tomorrow schools l at this time yesterday a storm surge engulfing this part of the city. it could do a lot of damage and cause fatalities but three out of four fatalities in hurricanes come from fresh water flooding where the devastating impacts can be and that's what we saw in the last 24 hours upstate. overnight rescue crews in north carolina working round the clock responding to more than 500
141 swift water rescues. roads under water. hurricane matthew dumping over 15 inches of rain over the state triggering widespread flooding and a state of emergency. >> stay off the roads. stay in your house. bunker up. >> in fayetteville drivers trapped and rescuers pulling this woman and her baby to safety. >> c'mon sweetie. >> while others evacuated boa boats. over two million people still without power. in south carolina these strong waves ripping apart the pier in myrtle beach. even now 12 hours after the storm hit parts of this city are still swamped. downtown charleston roads turned into rivers. difficult to get around and gets deeper as you get closer to the rivers. if you're not in the highest parts of the city, you're under water. this morning the national guard
residents picking up the pieces. the effects of this once monstrous store felt days after it made landfall. strong winds bringing down trees and power lines. the hurricane bringing a record storm surge in a vannia. forcing authorities to close stretches of interstate 95. and intense rainfall falling across north carolina and in rainfall we think has fallen. many cases across multiple states over a foot and there you see the estimates where the most devastates flash flooding has been occurring and the rivers are the rise. look at the flood warnings now out of the zone where we think matthew wouldn't impact. that's north carolina getting the most devastating stuff. the rain stretching up into new
look at virginia beach, gusting 70 miles an hour. high winds posted. matthew still creating problems >> the far northern reaches of matthew extending their way into the granite state and stalling out the front. expecting to come through today. that leaves us with clouds and light rain in the southeastern section. it should wind down. temperature aren't going toe flow and the clouds and the occasional rain showers that we have out there. temperatures holding in the 50's and then clearing skies later tonight as matthew hurricane matthew no longer a hurricane but lasted 9.5 days more than all hurricane this is season combine and even though it is not officially a
across north carolina where matt gutman is live for us this morning in nags head. good morning. >> i'm going to put these goggles on. now the wind has been booming here for the past probably seven hours and as you noted these are the drags of hurricane matthew but still pounding this part of north carolina. now, power is out for 600,000 people here in north carolina and in the outer banks. our hotel lost power about now, this is my third hurricane in this spot in five years and have never seen the water pile up this high this fast. i want you to take a look down this street. it is a river as far as the eye can see and that is what is so dangerous here. the only vehicles we have seen this morning are rescue vehicles plowing up and down here. still a very dangerous situation. one of the things that's made it so problematic is that north
of weeks and in 20 inches on top of that plus the storm surge over the past 24 hours makes for a very fatal situation, that's why we have had five fatalities and flash floods here. rob. >> we're going to pick it up from here. matt stay safe. still ahead on "gma," tragedy in the california desert, three officers shot, two we have breaking details. >> plus the second presidential debate. what can donald trump do to right the ship with the scan dan rocking his campaign? we have pros coming up with their analysis. keep it here on "gma" on a busy, busy sunday morning. we'll be right back. i'll call you back. is this my car? state farm knows that for every one of those moments...
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morning. >> yeah, we have got much more ahead this morning. the latest controversy involving donald trump and his comments to "access hollywood kwlt 11 years ago specifically how it could impact tonight's presidential debate. we want to go back to hurricane and leaving behind extensive damage in the south. >> days if not weeks before areas will have power. the hardest hit regions is northeast florida where matthew hit a category 3 while it marched up the coastline. abc's eva pilgrim rode out the storm. >> reporter: the destruction here is just heartbreaking. these waves coming up, crashing over this house, wiping it out.
fireplace. everything inside gone. mangled water damaged homes and businesses now littered the northeast florida coastline. >> took my heart out. i raised my kids here. took my heart out. it's done. >> reporter: once beach front homes now resting on stilts. the storm scooping the land beneath them and propping this boat up on a destroyed dock. further inland house. this restaurant a complete loss. >> i've had kids working for me and they're all out of jobs. >> reporter: those anxious for a chance to see their homes. traffic backed up as far as the eye can see for the bridges. the first look inside bringing relief for some. >> it's not bad, right? >> not bad at all. >> reporter: but for others, complete devastation.
matthew's powerful winds. the roof of this apartment peeled off exposing beams and water-logged insulation. all this debris you see behind me, this was the road, the only road to these houses. dan and paula. >> thank you. we want to go back to rob who is in charleston. rob, if this storm landed just a few miles to the west, would we be talking about entire cities wiped out? >> reporter: no question. i mean, you know, we talked about the track when it goes parallel to the coastline how par his it could be. a left turn would have hit florida so hard. for those who say this storm was over, i say look at haiti, look at florida and all of philadelphmillions of people without power. now what's going on in north carolina you think that was overhyped. i question your passion for your fellow man. let's show you the track of this thing. we have been watching for two
the craribbean and exploded in category 5 and made a right turn into haiti. 25 miles off the coastline. it was 25 miles farther to the left, we would be talking about a whole kevin: clouds and scattered showers out there. temperatures with a light rain holding in the 50's. skies start to clear later this afoo >> reporter: this weather report is brought to you by mazda. the latest from charleston, south carolina where the sun is coming up as this city picks up the pieces. back to you guys in new york. >> rob, thank you very much. we appreciate it. a lot of err news. ron claiborne. >> good morning dan and paula.
of california after a standoff with police, the man suspected of killing two palm springs police officers and injuring another surrendered and is in police custody. 26-year-old john felix. officer jose, 35 year veteran set to retire in december and officer leslie zerebne were gunned down by responding to a family disturbance call at the a third officer was injured in that -- wounded in that incident. a commuter train with 600 passengers derailed on long island in new york injuring 29 people and shutting down the rail line. long island railroad officials. 11 people were treated in local hospitals. none were life-threatening. white house is condemning a
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? i'll do it all tonight, take a swing, give me the ball tonight ? ? i got an emmy and a grammy ? ? i want to be a cameo ? >> reworking the boards to his musical song "my shot," also getting praise for his skits with the netflix show "stranger things." way to go. >> incredible. he's a though. he got a haircut. >> looking good. awesome job. a hot concert in the southern california desert. the first annual desert trip music festival with bob dillon and the rolling stones. for the slightly older set leading some with the hole ce
roger waters, and the who tonight. >> i think it was the who who said i hope i die before i get old. >> that's right. >> how did that go for you? >> i mean -- >> old cell low is the new cello. >> great to be a part of. old cello, what-evs. always nice to have a friend or two u >> john found that out when he hosted good will hunting in new york city. ben affleck and matt damon showed up and won an oscar for writing the screen play back in the day and the characters they brought to the big screen and his wife came to be a part as well. >> i like them apples.
>> all right. >> big debate tonight right here on abc. we'll see you soon. announcer: now from wmur news 9. amy: good morning it's 9:56. here's a quick look at our local headlines. five people are dead after an early morning crash in vermont on interstate 89. investigators say 36-year-old steven burgoin was traveling northbound in the southbound lane in williston, vermont when he collided with another car
scene, he allegedly stole the police cruiser and sped off. he then collided with 7 other cars. the stolen police cruiser burst into flames. multiple people were hospitalized in the subsequent crash with non-life threatening injuries. police say burgoin is now in custody. also in vermont state police are , searching for a missing teen. 17-year-old autumn sanville was last seen in weathersfield, vermont on october 6. her car was un springfield boat launch. autumn was last seen wearing a black and white plaid shirt, black jacket, jeans, and brown boots. if you know where she is, you're asked to contact vermont state police. look at the camera lens, kevin skarupa. kevin: we do not expect huge amounts, but this is the northern fringe of what is left to matthew. the front coming through has enough of a push north to keep it at bay. we will be locked in with clouds
that is most focused and southeastern areas, then further north and west. temperatures hold in the 50's through the day today and will be completely different tomorrow. we expect skies to clear overnight with cooler air to rush in. the chilly is -- the chilliest morning looks like tuesday. amy: certainly plenty to watch on television
this sunday. see you this evening. es, protected education... created jobs. in washington, what's kelly ayotte done? voted to cut college grants, cut medicare. but kelly ayotte voted to protect tax breaks for millionaires and big oil. that's what the koch brothers and big corporate interests wanted. they're spending millions supporting ayotte. kelly ayotte's not working for us.
this message. nothing matters more than our security. that's why i hired more state troopers... and strengthened plans for school safety. support aggressive action to destroy isis... and put our security before my party-- opposing president obama's plan to close guantanamo. narrator: all while kelly ayotte supports reckless and dangerous donald trump. and ayotte skipped nearly half her homeland security committee hearings on border security and drug trafficking.
? josh: this sunday, congressman frank guinta won his primary faces off against democrat carol shea-porter. which way will voters go this year, and was the top of get benefit or hurt either? or will voters embrace the independent option with shawn o'connor and how he would be a different voice in washington. he is also our guest. i am josh mcelveen. many wrote off conversation frank guinta last year, but he said voters did not care about that. turns out he was right. he won the primary against rich ashooh. he is my first guest peek at to see you.