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tried suth governmen counterclaim for $15 milli that famed event ly did settle theca donald tru ha p advertisements in the pape saying beavi africa propertiesrenters to coe t ou showyothathestil upset that the government su him for racibi >> dickerson: what kind winner is donald trump he's beeobviously ve successful, promising that hi personal success going t translate in presidensh succes i talk reinc pries ho that iworkinou is h o constantsuccess person who win tn lose wins a loses,balanc things are going great b it' a bit of ride betwee hwhol life iseri o ve dramatic hil avalley he's had gre successe built casino itlantiit did he well fo awhi then the didn't so he went throu seri and it interesting, t pattern thwhen suee it's a abotrump, t brand
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he lot opeopha abo wagebeinstan innocen instead of directin theiange towardsomebo wh supe wealthwhich is habe able to channel th an so, doelike t t josite one thing he loves to buil there's no question he does li to spetime whethe han out al nightthatdoubtf but quti th doedo a haha >> dickerson: thanks so much. the book i "truevealed thank yo they will talk about thbo cbs this morning, su tune in to that tune in to that we'l righbawi ou political panel. same time tomorrow, fellas dr. scholl's massaging gel work insoles absor a hard day on your fe for comfort that keeps you feeling more energized. dude's got skills
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non-drowsy 24 hour relief. for fewer interruptions from the amazing things you d every day. >> dickerson: amy walter from the "cook political report bedomenech nnif ja so is founder ovoco could klei ben, stt with you changes in the trummp third head of thcampaign now thir arnd we'll see if this is is the this was a interesting week f th trum mpaiyo strong speeches delivered by dona trump, some of t strongest he's given on the trail tothis point yet that was kind stompe withthpoliti cla because of tinternal mov and re see thaperhap th campai wpoin where fe tha t ne perhaps out desperation
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trump trouble in the heartland. a new cbs poll shows hillary clinton pulling ahead in a crucial midwest state. voters tell us what it might take for trump to rebound. >> also tonight, back to school in what's being done to protect students? >> we're in louisiana where historic floods damaged 60,000 homes. we're in turkey where a teenage terror bomber is suspected of wiping out dozens at a wedding. >> can i get a high-five? >> we will meet an american paralympian inspiring the next generation. >> when i saw him i was motivated to do more than i can
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that have disability like she has. >> announcer: this is the "cbs overnight news." welcome to the "cbs overnight news," i'm any elaine quijano. with the election nearly 11 weeks away, a cbs news battleground tracker poll shows hillary clinton now 6 points ahead of donald trump in ohio, a crucial state for his campaign. in battleground iowa, our new poll shows clinton and trump are tied. the only sta where clinton does not have an outright lead. for more on this, we turn to elections director, anthony salvanto in washington. >> reporter: in ohio one keys clinton continues to dupe better with democrats than donald trump does with republicans. so he has yet to shore up his base. in the bigger picture, ohio is indeed critical to donald trump's fortunes this year when you add it to an electoral map and look at all of the states donald trump need to win to get the presidency.
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so, to change states. he need to change minds. we asked people, what would donald trump have to do to make you reconsider him? one of the top answers, convince them he its ready to be commander-in-chief. he has the had trouble on the measure. and, apologize off to people that he has offended which we saw him start to do this week. but for all of the talk about trump it is not all good news for hillary clinton here despite the leads. voters in ohio as elsewhere continue to feel clinton is connected to foreign donors, and she telling the truth. so, elaine, even as she has raised doubts about trump for the moment there are important measures of her own where voters say it still leaves them with questions. >> anthony salvanto, thank you. following his campaign shake-up last week, donald trump is trying to gain ground on hillary clinton by reaching out to minority voters. here is errol barnett. >> reporter: this pitch from donald trump to african-americans made in front of a mostly white audience was
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>> you are living in poverty, your schools are no good. you have no jobs. 58% of your youth is unemployed. what the hell do you have to lose the? >> critics said it was a bleak picture of black life in america. today his new campaign manager explained the remarks. >> he is trying to tell americans we can do better. that maybe hillary clinton looks at you as voters takes you for granted. i look at you as people. polls is triggering a new minority outreach. on saturday, his campaign convened hispanic leaders in new york to serve as advisory council. but there is no visible change in policy. trump's pledge to build a wall and have mexico pay for it is still prominently placed on his website. clinton raised money today in massachusetts, after a judge ruled she must submit written testimony to questions about her e-mail controversy. also, today, clinton's campaign
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to the clinton foundation got special access. >> we have republicans in congress and right-wing groups doing everything they can to try to make something out of nothing here. >> as the race heads into the final months, campaign cash is crucial. last month. clinton hauled in $52 million. trump, $37 million. elaine, both candidates have a busy week of fundraisers and campaign events ahead. >> errol barnett in washington. errol, thank you. monday is the f school across miami where there are growing concerns about the zika virus. health officials are monitoring two so-called zika zones. in miami beach at least five people have apparently been infected by local mosquitoes. the original zika zone is just across biscayne bay. so far at least 36 people in the area have been infected. the virus can cause severe birth defects. david begnaud has the the latest. >> this afternoon the florida
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beach senior high. students from here and one other school in the new zika zone were encouraged to spray themselves before class tomorrow. melanie fishman is principal of south point elementary. >> we don't want it done at the school site. there are kids that have asthma. >> the miami-dade school district handed out protective clothing long sleeves and pants for students that needed it. pro active efforts taken by the school district impressed carp whose son adam is entering high school. >> i commend their efforts. i think it's fantastic. it is when out woo e should do to protect our children and to protect our whole community. >> nearly 3300 kids will be attending school in the 1 zwr 5 million area. where local zika transmission has been confirmed on miami beach. ashy beauregard is six months pregnant, canceled her baby

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