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at key battleground states, they just can't keep talking about what went down last night. >> anybody see that debate last night? [ applause ] oh, yes. one down two to go. >> hillary clinton rallying supporters while on the road in north carolina. meanwhile, donald trump, also relishing last night's debate while in florida. >> we won virtually every poll. >> when asked about trump's treatment of miss usa. >> she was the winner and gained a massive amount of weight and it was a real problem. >> the clinton party armed and ready with this ad. >> the day of -- they had the office laughing on though they
were suppose to remain quiet. >> i feel like at the end of this evening i'll be blamed for everything. >> why not. >> yeah why not. >> when he had to turn them over to state authorities when he was trying to get a casino license, it showed he did not pay federal income tax. >> that makes me smart. >> i will release my tax returns against my lawyer's wishes when she releases her 33,000 emails that have been deleted, as soon as she releases them. i will release. i will release my tax returns. >> we can expect to hear plenty more fiery arguments between the two candidates as trump and clinton are set to square off two more times but it's the vice presidential candidates that are set to hit the stage next. that is in formville, virginia.
as hillary clinton made her way to north carolina. vice president joe biden, was at drexel university on her behalf. the vp had a rally to encourage people to have their voices heard. >> well, folks so that debate last night. i'll tell you what if this choice is not clear. oh my lord. >> what bothers me about this race is how palpable his cynicism is, about the american people. >> vice president biden talked about clinton's economic plans that she says includes creating more jobs and strengthening the middle class. >> so the big question today is who won the debate. it seems like the answer is social media and by a landslide. while people watched they posted
and tweeted on facebook with a record number of social interactions happening real time while the candidated went head to head. >> i will release my tax returns against my lawyers wishes when she releases her 33,000 emails that have been deleted. >> the first moment to draw a verbal reaction was also a massive moment on social media. followed by closely by this one. >> i have a winning temperament, i know how to win. it generated close to 10,000 mentions on twitter alone. whoa, okay. clinton's move creating a social media wave and the hatch tag social shimmy. that is not the fact. >> clinton with one of the biggest one liners of the night. her quota peering in 26,000 tweets and then trump's sniffles, which generated memes
and parody handles and hashtag. twitter is calling this the most tweeted debate every with the numbers in the tens of thousands. and the most is stop and frisk. >> we have to take the gun as way from these people that shouldn't have them. >> stop and frisk was found to be unconstitutional. in part because it was ineffective. >> they said that because trump made up 79% of debate chatter good and bad. and 21% of clinton mostly because of this moment. about the email breach into the democratic convention. >> could be russia or china or someone sitting on their bed that weighs 400 pounds. okay? >> if you ask the candidates who won? donald trump tweeting the number one trend on twitter is hashtag trump won. and then follows it up by, thank
you. one the top trending in philadelphia as well. and from clinton this photo on twitter, all smiles with the capps, when have you a really, really good night. hashtag -- she won. >> we leave it up to you guys to decide. >> it was an eventful night no matter how you slice it thank you. we know that young voters could play a critical vote in this election if they vote. today philadelphia city leaders are making sure they do. blondell reynolds brown talked to teens about voting, it was part of a school initiative encouraging anyone that will be 18 by election day to register to vote. in pennsylvania you have until october 11th and delaware october 15th and october 18th in the state of new jersey. we brought you the debate live on 6abc.com and can you head
there right now to watch the video of the entire debate if you missed a portion of it. and we have on going analysis and fact checking on claims made by both candidate zblds we have breaking news to get to at 4:00. chopper 6 hd is flying over strawberry mansion section, we have reports of two people shot here at is the 2300 block of north 26 and street. you can see the police and the ambulance there on the scene. this happened around 2:30, we are told that 2:30 shot a 27-year-old woman and a 22-year-old male, both of them are transported to temple hospital. of course we are not learning at this hour what led up to the shooting but again two people shot here in the strawberry mansion section. they are trying to sort it out and as we get more information we'll pass it along. the head of the philadelphia parking authority is under fire and on the verge of losing his
job after allegations of sexual harassment. john rawlins is live outside. cta headquarters with more on today's development. >> reporter: hi sharrie and on the ropes. the chairman of the authority defended the decision not to fire the deputy director despite a sexual harassment finding and he changed his mind after a report of a prior alligation emerged. he is suspended immediately and i will recommend on thursday he be terminated. an afternoon statement from joseph ashdale after losing that he was the focus of a prior sexual harass many client in 2006. hours earlier, ashdale defended keeping him even after a sexual harass many finding. he was ordered to undergo
counseling and lost his ability to hire and fire. but the decision was not to fire him. >> however his 32 years of employment with no other disciplinary action, we were certain 6 months ago and i remain that way. >> now the revelation and settlement offer that the board was not aware of. he makes about a quarter million a year and head of the ppa and oversees, on street parking, taxis and towing. when ashdale will vigorously defended him, he asked if cabby would be able to work if he add million dollars to sexual harassment. >> you work with the ppa and you do some sexual harassment and still maintain the job and get
$230,000. >> no comment from mr. fennerty. he will ask for him to be fired on thursday. live in center city, john rawlins, channel 6 "action news." >> thank you. it's time for a check of the accuweather forecast. >> comfortable day out there, plenty of sunshine and meteorologist, adam joseph, here now with the first word from accuweather. >> a lot of change with the clouds and showers and some areas now the clouds are stubborn to break especially south and east of philadelphia, as we look at stormtracker 6 live double scan all the rain is off the coast and you can see from southern new england to the eastern part of the north carolina. we are in the clear temporarily from the rain. temperatures responded with the sun in philadelphia, 74 right now in the city, 76 in washington and 76 in pittsburgh, and fall like temperatures and seasonable temperatures today. we have the big spinning area of
clouds and showers over the great lakes. that is a stacked low pressure center from the surface to the atmosphere and slowly working from the north to the south and that will be a major player in our weather as we head towards the end of the week. tomorrow is a transition day as we go from sun to clouds and rain late in the day, very wet and windy here as we get into thursday and friday as much needed rain moves in. we'll talk about how much rain to expect and if that will spill into the upcoming weekend guys coming up in the full accuweather forecast. >> hopefully not the weekend adam. thanks very much. >> time for a check of the "action news" traffic report. lets go live to matt pellman, in the "action news" traffic center. >> reporter: it's a nice afternoon for now to sit in a traffic jam. we have one forming where the vine street expressway coming in backed up from pens landing to this point to the work zone at cotman avenue.
here is a work zone you no longer have to worry about. today they reopened the walnut lane bridge over wissahickon creek and i drove across it this afternoon nice and smooth with wide sidewalks, enjoy it yourself. the walnut bridge is now open. and lehigh valley a crash near 145 south and lane blocked just 16 miles per hour on the approach, it's not a whole lot better, just 17 miles per hour on 22 eastbound, you may be better off staying local through allentown. wrapping up an opening at the burlington bristol bridge. it's open for a southbound ship heading to the tacony palmyra bridge. and a crash blocking the ramp from 55 southbound to 53. lets grab the ipad and do the commuter report.
heading to berks count, 422 a crash in douglasville. you can see the slowing toward the scene. >> thank you matt. and still ahead on "action news" at 4:00, a growing national retailer announced his headquarters were moving but staying in philadelphia. we'll show you the new location. >> and we follow new developments of a deadly house explosion in new york, what led firefighters to this home in the first place. >> and a major donation is aimed at giving local students a brighter future. the details
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also the son of a fire chief. initially the house and surrounding buildings were evacuated following reports of a gas leak but when first responders arrived they discovered what appeared to be a drug lab. >> a couple of weeks ago we had information we received and we were in the initial stages of an investigation on that block. that will be part of the ongoing investigation as a possible drug lab and possible grow house. marijuana. >> fayhi was trying to evacuate the home when struck with falling debris. and this investigation continuing as the fdny mourns this incredible loss today. >> our thoughts with the fdny. meanwhile measures put in place to stave off high dangerous waters in iowa. the cedar river and grand rapids crested at more than 22 feet,
the second highest level in history. in order to protect thousands of homes and floodwaters, the officials put in elaborate system of temporary floodwalls and now it's being called a success and firefighters and police rescued a woman swept away monday afternoon by the river. and crews are struggling to find a wild fire in santa cruz, california. the flames are still growing, hundreds of people are evacuated and more residents may still be off ordered to leave. >> discounts retailer five below is relocating their headquarters but not far, they are staying in center city philadelphia. in front of 701 east market street where the company will relocate in 2018. they have out grown their
current space. and plan to add another floor. and good news on wall street, the dow up 133 points and change and the nasdaq on the rise 48 points and the s&p up almost 14 points on the day. lets check the forecast, we are sitting in the 70s, a nice day today. >> adam is talking about the possibility of a nice weekend. >> the end of the week into the beginning of the weekend, as we look at sky 6 hd, the rain is temporarily pushed off the coast and a lot of clouds at the shore and the sun is working northwest to the east. and where the sun is popping back out. wilmington philadelphia and trenton, it's about 74 to 75 degrees, seasonable temperatures but where the clouds are still hanging on the showers were the last to exit the coast, the temperatures there only in the upper 60s.
as we look at satellite and radar, the clearing line working in northern delaware in southern parts of new jersey and rain is off the coast and a clear sky off to the west and underneath the channel 6 icon on the left side of injure screen, that is low pressure wining up and that will pivot over kentucky the next couple of days. tonight partly cloudy and feeling like fall, 40s tomorrow morning north and west of town, 53 in millville and lower 60s at the shore from cape may to atlantic city. future tracker 6 as we look at the mid-atlantic region tomorrow. it's a beautiful start to your wednesday, a lot of sunshine and the clouds are increasing as that low sinks to the south over the ohio valley. moisture starts to pull in off the atlantic here you see by 9:00 tomorrow night showers developing to the south and east. and as that low interacts with that northeastly wind going into the day on thursday. we see heavy rounds of rain west
of philadelphia, we see where the heaviest rain accesses and the trough sets up and it will be north and west of philadelphia the heaviest rain and more likely flooding rain of 3 to 6 inches will be concentrated in eastern virginia and parts of pennsylvania. we'll watch this for our western suburbs we could see 1 to 2 inches of rain through the day on friday. going thursday into friday as this system really kinds of interacts with the wind off the water. tropical satellite this area of thunderstorms a 90% chance of becoming a tropical storm matthew, the trajectory take its into the caribbean over the weekend and then it takes a sharp turn to the north over the bahamas, we'll watch that along the east coast late next week. the four day at 4:00 forecast, turning cloudy and late rain on wednesday, and 75 degrees, thursday is a raw, windy rainy
day, wind gusts could be over 30 miles per hour at 69 degrees, and periods of rain on friday and breezy and 70 and left over showers and a lot of clouds around and saturday is not a washout but a damp day around. we'll chat about the seven day in the next half hour. >> thank you. next on "action news," new jersey takes action to keep counterfeit medications off the streets. >> plus, a major company gives back to a local community, how thousands of studentses will benefit from the big donation.
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surveillance video can help with their investigation. >> new jersey leaders are trying to get a drug off the street that could be 50 times more powerful than heroin. governor chris christie announced an emergency order to ban an illegal knockoff of fentanyl, a highly addictive opioid, he was joined by former governor, jim mcgreevey and leads the reentry corporation where he advocates for former inmates of substance abuse. >> paying taxes like i'm being productive and it feels good and i have a lot of hope for the future and i never had that before. >> governor christie's administration is also expanding a recovery coach program to connect overdose survivors with treatment. >> families of local soldiers that paid the ultimate sacrifice
honored the fallen in montgomery county. county commissioners, regulartives of nonprofits and gold star mothers held a ceremony outside of the courthouse today and replaced the banners that hang there in the mere oh's honor. students in camden have a new drive for success thanks to subaru. the car company is donating 2,000 science books to city schools, the first was handed out this morning in all 17 camden schools will benefit. >> the superintendant and my goal and our team's goal is to assure our kids graduate college ready or career ready and this helps us take a step in that direction. >> with today's donation we at subaru hope to provide teachers and students with the tools they need to help inspire the next generation. >> the auto maker is making similar donations across the
country to promote science, technology, engineering and math. there is a plan in the works to ease traffic on the schuylkill expressway hear how penndot wants to add traffic lanes, and details of a possible hazmat situation at caesars. plus -- >> i'm nydia han sick of trying to buy concert tickets that already sell out. coming up in what's the deal?
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"action news" continues with meteorologi meteorologist, adam joseph, sharrie williams and brian taff. >> it is 4:30 and "action news" continues with history being made in delaware. and a robbery in the port richmond section caught on camera. >> and we'll explain why a sheriff's department is forced to issue an apology because of a confrontation with a nursing mother. and stay with me, the schuylkill expressway today penndot announced a multifacetted solution to reduce congestion between philadelphia and king of prussia. sara bloomquist is live on the schuylkill expressway with the details, all of us are eagerly awaiting. >> reporter: yes, look at the
schuylkill expressway it's right now bumper to bumper. today penndot in conjunction with septa announced this long range plan to ease the congestion, they want to make it easier to travel to and from center city and king of prussia. any motorist knows with the schuylkill expressway i-76 can look like almost any time of the day, bumper to bumper, stop and go. >> it's too crowded we don't use it, they need more lanes. >> now penndot and septa announced a long range plan. >> we believe this combination of real time traffic management and more frequent transit service and the improvement of signal systems on adjacent roads will make this corridor a smoother one for everybody to travel on. >> penndot plans to add new electronic signage to allow them
to remotely change the speed limit and penndot will move to allow traffic to use the outside shoulders as part-time travel lanes for the blue route and i-76 west between route 1 and belmont avenue. septa plans top replace and improve the conshohocken rail station and add a new parking garage and signage will let motorists know about train departures and parking and septa is adding more trains. >> this equipment will arrive over the next few years. >> new bicycle storage facilities will be added along with improvements to the schuylkill river trail. annest that most motorists that use this can appreciate. >> absolutely if it helps, but it's so busy i wonder how much it will really help. >> we'll see. penndot wants to take over and
control the traffic signals on streets surrounding i-76 and considering the ramp meters and controlling the flow of traffic on to the highway. work on some of these improvements will begin next year. the total price tag comes in at $125 million. live on the schuylkill expressway i'm sara bloomquist, channel 6 "action news." >> all right sara thank you. >> police in philadelphia just released this surveillance video showing a shooting that happened sunday morning in the city's port richmond section you see the suspect follow the victim and pulls a gun and demands money from the victim and the victim took off running and the victim then shot, and police found him in the 2600 block of elkhart street he was shot in the leg. the all clear is given after a suspicious package was found at caesars casino in atlantic city, firefighters in the
hazardous unit responded around 2:00 this afternoon but after less than two hours, they deemed the package safe. the casino remained open during the investigation. >> all clear in the weather department this afternoon. a nice day out there. >> we see the transition from the morning clouds and showers to sunshine, it's all about location as we take a look live to the north and west of pagoda and reading. >> bright blue out there, wall-to-wall sunshine and warm temperatures of 74 degrees, very comfy out there with the southwesterly winter at 9 miles per hour and a crystal clear sky now in the city here of center city. 74 degrees, philadelphia the dew point and winds southwest at 7 and the pressure 29.90 and the last place to clear here is the shore. still littered with clouds and much cooler temperatures, 68 degrees and up a little bit and calm wind and the ocean still warm at 72 degrees.
the sunshine we are finally grasping here this afternoon will fade and kind of just flow out of our hands as we get into the rest of the week. we'll talk about the big changes and the rain. >> we need the rain and this is a good thing to chat about in the seven-day forecast. there was plenty of sunshine today as they broke ground on a new place to enjoy it. mayor jim kenney was on hand as community leaders kicked off at pen treaty park, they add a new area to the part. kids got to see pictures of what their new playground will one day look like. history has been played in wilmington, delaware. today dr. laverne harmon was named the university's president, the first african-american woman to be named president of any university in the state of delaware. she began working in 1989 and held nummous positions and of
course now is its president. >> congrats to her. a new study of concussion cases among teenagers spiking and doctors are calling this a positive increase. monica malpass is live in the newsroom with more. >> contrary to what you may think it's not necessarily a bad thing, at least the rate reported is going up. it means that parents and coaches are becoming more aware of how dangerous the head injuries can be. ali gorman breaks down the numbers in health check. >> and trouble for those that rushed ryan lochte live on "dancing with the stars" if you recall. we'll have those stories coming up at 5:00. >> thank you monica. a glen mills retirement community just celebrated an impressive charitable milestone, after eight years of giving, the blanket circle donated their
10,000th blanket. they make them for local head start programs, the club is able to buy the materials for the blafrk ets by making and selling jewelry. the philadelphia zoo made an exciting announcement about one of the newest members, it's a girl. that is the big news about this baby gorilla born back on august 26th. to determine the gender but now we know. you can help vote and figure out what the gorilla's name should be while helping a good cause. online voters are asked to select a name from a list and make a dollar donation for a sanctuary for gorillas, and voting closes thursday. controversy on the soccer field, two high school teams are refusing to play against a team that has girls. plus, a victim describes what happened when a victim shot randomly at a strip mall in
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we are learning new details about the shooting at a strip mall in houston, texas. he identified the gunman at nathan desai. according to the police the gunman had
more than 2500 rounds of live ammunition and was shooting people at random. police say he was a disgruntled lawyer. two victims are still in the hospital and seven others are recovering at home. >> there seems to be no rhyme or reason -- that is the scariest part. police were able to shoot and kill the suspect. >> a man who said he survived a
boating accidents and a week at sea is being questioned at a survivors debriefing by the coast guard. 22-year-old nathan carmen returned to boston after a cargo strip found him drifting on an inflatable life raft and that his boat sank on a boating trip with his mother linda. he wants to be present while his client is interviewed. we start in charlotte, north carolina, where out of a tense, city council meeting came tender wise words from a young girl. more than 50 people of all ages came to sound off against the police killing of keith scott and demand change in that city. that included deanna there, she says she is afraid to step out of her home for the first time in her young life. >> our fathers and mothers are killed and we can't see them
anymore. it's a shame we have to go to their graveyard and bury them. and we tears and we shouldn't have tears. we need our fathers and mothers. to be by our side. big show of support from the crowd there, and deanna becoming a young spokesperson for her peers and everyone in her city shaken by violence. now to a story out of georgia, where a police department is offering an apology to a mother who asked her to cover up while breast feeding. >> a sheriff's deputy asked her to cover up saying some might find it offensive.
she reminded him of the law that allows her to nurse in public. >> well, ma'am i see your areola and if he unlatched and shows nipple that is considered indecent exposure and he didn't want me to have to be arrested. >> the sheriff's office posted this on facebook saying, they do not condone the actions of that sheriff. she accepted the apology but filed an official complaints with the police department hope that other mothers do not have the same experience. >> and finally, this team in arizona may have lost the game but many say they won a moral victory made up of 20 or so kids, mostly boys but there are two girls on the team. but other local teams do not see it this way. a few refused to play them with the girls on the field.
so for the first game the girls sat out. >> we didn't want it to affect the boys on our team and felt they should just play and then the team took a stance aing hey if the girls don't play, we don't play either. the girls were blown away by the support and their team is stronger than ever and it's just soccer right. feelings are more important. at least that from the mouths of the kids involved. >> what is wrong with coed soccer? they have it down pat. >> it's time for a check of the roads tonight. >> lets see what is right or wrong on the roads. hi matt. >> i'm not sure we are winning on the roads and for those kicking on the schuylkill expressway we have delays and maybe someone day down the road we can drive down here westbound on city avenue but for now though, have you to stay in the three lanes that go down to two lanes just up ahead and we are
parked again headed westbound and travel times are about double what they would be with no delays. but that is an infrequent occurrence on the schuylkill expressway. and in doylestown we are watching an accident at onlies road and speeds in the mid-50s but on 422 westbound coming out of pottstown there is a crash and some slowing at the moment, and a crash in west brandywine chester county at 82, that is manor road and fire and police are helping you around that. a motorcycle accident blocking the eastbound lanes of 273, by route 4, if you want to stay on 4 things look pretty good now. we are set for the tacony palmyra bridge opening, head for
the betsy ross bridge. in cinnaminsocinnaminson, a cras automotive center and a nasty crash involving an overturned vehicle, a medical chopper was on the scene, you will want to stay away from the scene. we'll check it again in the 5:00 hour. >> very good thank you. as you know popular concert tickets tend to sell out in minutes sometimes seconds. we have tips to get your hands on them. >> a view here from sky 6 hd looking at center city from temple university camera, adam joseph coming up with the exclusive accuweather forecast next.
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time for the accuweather forecast on a tuesday afternoon, we are talking about clouds moving in. >> i was saying yesterday wherever you see the sun get out and enjoy it, and soak it in we won't see much of it. tomorrow later more rain. >> they can turn up the tv and watch from the window. as we look at double scan live radar no precipitation all the showers from this morning, long off the eastern seaboard, the clouds braking apart especially north and west of vineland at the present time. where we see the sun return temperatures responded into the middle 70s, a nice late afternoon and earthy evening, trenton and allentown and reading and clouds at the shore, you see a little sun before the sunsets before the clouds push off to the east. as we look at satellite and radar, they are pretty thick
along the shore southern parts of delaware and parts of philadelphia and gloucester county and brightening to the sky and once the clouds move on the sky is pretty clear but the next weather maker is spinning here. you can see this large area of low pressure with clouds and showers, that is slowly working down to the south and it is not going to move very quickly, once it moves in, it's painful to try to kick it back out. feeling like fall, temperatures drop back into the 40s in the suburbs, 57 for center city. we start beautiful on wednesday morning, a lot of sunshine in control, high clouds start to filter in during the afternoon hours of 5:00 and still again dry across the majority of the area and by 9:00 or so tomorrow night the clouds take over and drizzle and light showers pushing off the atlantic and
wrapping into the low that sink into the ohio valley wednesday evening right through the day on friday. a wet pattern setting up high pressure to the north and low pressure over cincinnati, and you get the moisture off the atlantic, around this high directing towards the low and a range in rainfall, if you are north and east of philadelphia about a half inch over the period of wednesday evening through friday, philadelphia around an inch and south and west of the city near lancaster county, could be up to 4 inches of rain, winds gusting 35 miles per hour and at the shore 45 miles per hour so it's not only cloudy and wet and windy thursday and friday. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast it clouds up tomorrow afternoon, rain late in the evening of 75, raw, rainy, windy on thursday and thursday afternoon winds gusting to near 30 and philadelphia greater than that in reading and we stay on
the dreary side friday with periods of rain and 70 degrees and still left over showers with a lot of clouds on saturday, but the system starts to fall apart at 73 with breaks of sun and a better second half of the weekend and looking nice monand tuesday and sun and clouds and seasonable in the low 70s. with wet day as head and we need the rain and the heaviest of it will be gone by the upcoming weekend. >> have you to water the lawn. >> good stuff. >> very to water the lawn. >> what's the deal is coming up when we come right back. >> remember "action news" is about interaction with you. follow us on social media for the latest headlines and accuweather and breaking news and to communicate with us, on facebook, we are facebook.com/6abcactionnews and twitter at 6 abc. join us.
consumer reports tracks prices for a los angeles dodgers fan game like seat geek and found more than a $50 difference to the box office price on the day of the event for a single day ticket it went down almost $80 to $23, forget going to a concert in a group. buying fewer tickets ups your chances for success. as for sharrie she learned from her high prices mistake and
changes the way she buys ticket from now on. >> i felt foolish, absolutely ridiculous for spending that much money. >> the crack down from use bots. started and it's illegal to sell bot software or tickets sold through bots. the measure is now pending in the senate. i'm nydia han, channel 6 "action news." >> now for this sharrie, sharrie williams, adam joseph and alicia vitarelli i'm brian taff. join me and tonight and every night for a full hour of "action news" at 10:00 on phl 17. now here are rick williams and monica malpass with a look ahead at 5:00. coming up next at 5:00, the fallout continues tonight after last night's face-off at hofstra university. what hillary clinton and donald trump are saying less than 24 hours after barbs and jabs flew
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"action news" delaware valley's leading news program. with jaime apody, meteorologist, cecily tynan, rick williams and monica malpass. did anybody see that debate last night? [ applause ] >> oh, yes. one down and two to go. >> we won almost every single poll, cbs and slade and drudge and "time" magazine and all of them. we won all of them. >> both presidential candidates are claiming victory after last night's debate after hofstra university. after jabs and sarcasm. the big story is the fallout of the first presidential debate.
>> an estimated 81.4 million people tuned in to make it the most watched presidential debate in history. hillary clinton is already looking forward to the next debate last month and was happy to lay out her plans for the middle class and foreign policy and attacked trump for his demeanor during the debate. >> i think his demeanor, his temperament, his behavior on the stage could be seen by everybody and people can draw their own conclusions. >> clinton got help from another big name in politics, vice president joe biden, stumped today here in the city and had choice words for donald trump. >> meantime, republican presidential candidate, donald trump claimed his own victory speaking at a college in miami citing several polls putting him on ton of clinton. still trump is putting