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>> presidential nominees, hillary and donald trump face off tonight in their second debate. trump is resisting calls to get out of the race after lewd comments he made surface in a video. a train carrying 600 people derails in new york city. >> the eagles get back to business returning from the bye week to take on the lions in detroit. jamie apody talks to the who will have plenty of fans in the stands. >> hurricane matthew bands are moving north and east of philadelphia. a wind advisory scene of the accident along the coastline -- is in effect, along the coastline. record creates record flooding.
>> a foot of rain left towns under water. rescue crews are going home to home looking for people who might be trapped. as predicted we appeared to dodge the worst of matthew, but the roads are wet. >> chris sowers is tracking rain and the remnants of matthew. >> reporter: some of the rain is coming down at a good clip this morning. driving into work it was terrible, rain coming down so hard it was difficult to see, especially with the car in me kicking up the spray. you can see the heavy rain stretching from new england southwestward into richmond, noon. there need changes in the path and projected track of hurricane matthew, assaults, but enough to bring -- subtle enough to bring the shield into the area. it's no longer a hurricane it's a large overall system something
you would see during the winter months. instead of this storm, actually for the last several days, the storm was forecasted to do a turn back toward the south and affect florida and the bahamas, later this week. the storm said i'm going to do like. it was to make a beeline. there's been a subtle change and we're seeing banged along south jersey and the delaware river. you can see the banged the delaware river -- banding, the delaware river florence, down into delaware. the farther west you go, you're too far west to feel the effects the storm system. downingtown, exton, not feeling the effect of the storm.
as the storm pulls away it will take the cloud cover and rain with it. maximum force hurricane winds is here, these are tropical storm force winds in the orange shade and breezy conditions in the yellow shade. let's go back real quick. that storm is work out to sea and not impact the immediate philadelphia area. so forecast for today, lots of clouds this morning, periods of rain, some of it heavy at times, damp roads, brighter conditions this afternoon, turning breezy and cooler, highs today around 63 degrees. 1:00 p.m., 60. 3:00 p.m., 63. 5:00 p.m., 62. it's miserable out there, the afternoon promises to be much, much better. alicia. >> visit our website 6abc.com to monitor the path of matthew, anytime our inter active hurricane tracker can show you wind speeds and where the storm is expected to go next.
>> donald i know you live in your reality, but that is not the facts. >> but you have no plan. >> that was round one. tonight it's round two of the presidential debates with the election just a month away. >> donald trump goes into this second debate with new opposition from within his own party following those lewd comments about women that were caught on tape. the remarks have caused some top-ranking republicans to call for his removal as the gop nominee. john mccain is on the list of the republicans distancing himself from the campaign. condoleezza is a rice and carlie carlie -- kim >> hillary clinton is expanding her lead in pennsylvania. she leads trump by 9 points, 47 to 38% among likely voters, but the margin of error is plus or
minus 6 percentage points. the bottom line is pennsylvania is up for grabs, karen travers has more. >> reporter: it's the showdown in saint louis, a town hall debate that could make or break for donald trump, a lewd and graphic row according from 2005 first recorded by washington post. the billionaire caught on a hot mic with billy bush. >> i moved on her, i'll admit it. >> reporter: he bragged that his status as a celebrity gives him a free pass to grope women. >> reporter: hillary clinton tweeted this is horrific. mitt romney and members of congress and chair of the rnc
and paul ryan said he was sickened about what he heard. a planned event with ryan and trump did not happen. clinton got a solid bounce out of the first debate. she now has a five point lead over trump in one national poll. the same poll before the first debate had trump on top. is this trump's last chance to turn things around. >> do you think hillary is debate prepping for three or four days, hillary clinton is resting. >> reporter: trump's campaign insists he has the advantage he can focus on the you you haddane and not -- on the audience. one of the pitfalls, half the questions are coming from the audience. >> that was karen travers reporting. you can watch abc news live coverage. presidential debate at 9:00 p.m. of course it's followed by "action news" at 11:00 p.m. and you can get breaking alerts
from the campaign trail by downloading our free 6abc news app available on the apple and google play stores. >> developing overnight, the search is on for a killer who shot a young man in front of his mother. police say several suspects barged into an apartment a 20-year-old man was inside with his mother. one of the suspects shot the man several times killing him. his mother was in not injured. the motive behind the attack is unclear. hurricane matthew is blamed for ten deaths in the united states including two people in north carolina swept away in their cars by flood waters. the storm is moving out to sea as the dumped a foot of rain or north carolina. flooding homes and businesses 100 miles i understand handle. dozens of people in the state -- inland. dozens of people in the state had to be decrees rescued from
their cars. south carolina governor is warning those not to return to their homes. >> most injuries and fatalities occur after a storm because people attempt to move in too soon. do not plan on going back home today or tomorrow. >> the storm has knocked out power to more than a million people in the southeastern section of the u.s. some residents have returned to their florida homes to find them destroyed and things are much worse in haiti. the storm is being blamed for killing 470 people in just one hard-hit district of that county. >> we're following breaking news this morning, police have arrested the man they say shot and killed two police officers in palm springs, california. overnight, police saluted their twin cassetts at this procession underway -- caskets at this
procession. one of the officers killed had just returned from maternity leave. the other was a veteran of the force. >> i'm a wake in a nightmare right now, that's me, but you know what, always the police of chief i have to step forward and be focused. >> of course, that arrest coming this morning a third officer was wounded in this shooting, police say that shooter was known to them and again, today is behind bars. >> the second commuter train crash in the new york city area in ten days has injured almost a dozen of people. the eastbound long island railroad train derailed east of new hyde park new york last night. 600 people were on board the commuter train that came out of penn station. new jersey transit station
in hoboken new jersey will resume tomorrow. a new rule is going to be in place, it requires the conductor to join the engineer whenever a train pulls into the terminal. the train was traveling twice the speed limit before the hit the station. >> there's still much more to come on "action news" sunday morning. new overnight, a family scrambles to get out of their burning home in south jersey. >> celebrating philadelphia's italian pride. a peek at the parade in south philadelphia. >> reporter: moderate to heavy rain falling in areas south and east. i'll let you know when it clears. we have cooler conditions to talk about in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast coming up next.
you can see rain on the camera there. 7:13, 62 degrees, sky6 live hd looking at the commodor barry bridge. the roads are wet out there, there was an accident on the schuylkill expressway on my way in, be careful if you're heading out this morning. >> reporter: part of the problem a lot of ponding on the roads. there wasn't too many people on the roads, rain coming down heavily you have water on the roads ways. we're seeing patchy fog, the leftover rain is coming down heavily at times and patchy fog starting to develop, as well. so let's flip it over to the radars and show you the latest here. these are the outer edges of what was hurricane matthew lifting as far north as the immediate philadelphia area. it started in the form. showers and it got steadier and steadier and steadier as the day progressed. most of heavier stuff moved in overnight. here's glassboro, delaware, right here. we have flash flood warning in
effect for kent county. they picked up two inches of rain expecting another inch. you see rain from atlantic city to cape may. another band from the delaware river from trenton to wilmington. take a look at the rainfall totals. again, this is in the last 24 hours. not too bad in philadelphia. close to an inch. the city of philadelphia is reporting .4 of an inch. it's south jersey where you're picking up the heavier totals. in between elmer, 1.3. middletown in delaware, 2.6. south of dover, 4 inches of rain. fortescue gandys beach area, 2. avalon stone harbor, 2 1/2. cape may and the villas, we're seeing 3, 4, 4 1/2 inches of rain. this is within the past 24 hours, you can imagine the kind of rain the folks saw down to the south where the hurricane came onshore.
rainfall totals, we have ponding on roads take it easy this morning. skies will brighten up a bit this afternoon. we'll have a gusty breeze. the afternoon looks really, really nice believe it or not. this is matthew, the center of the storm is off the coast of cape hatteras and working due east. it will pull this moisture with it. flash flooding for southern kent county. here's riverview, harrington, watch the areas that flood during a heavy rain event. low lying areas, smaller creeks and streams. we've seen a lot of water in the last 6 to ten hours. the remnants of matthew continue to work out to sea, it's lifting farther to the north, the center of the storm is right here.
the storm center is here, it will continue to pull east later this afternoon. take a look at the peak wind gusts over the last servitudes. several days, 155 miles per hour off the eastern tip of cuba. freeport, bahamas, 120. cape can a narve -- canaveral, 107. jacksonville, picked up rain on top of that. for us that is glancing blow. we're dodging a huge bullet. showers for south jersey, the delaware bay region, dry north and west, there's the cloud line right here, the clearing line will march east during the day,
sunny for most of the viewing area, cloudy for the shorepoints. we have clouds, damp, periods of rain, lunchtime, peeks of sun. 2:00 p.m., 63. 5:00 p.m., 61. outlying suburbs, 42 and center city, 46. once we get past today, columbus day, 63 degrees, mostly sunny skies, tuesday, sunny, nice, 65. wednesday looks good, in the 60s, 67 degrees. thursday is tranquil high of 72. friday, saturday, the beat goes on, more sunshine and temperatures in the 06 -- 60s. >> maybe i should do my pumpkin picking next weekend. >> reporter: tomorrow when you have off. >> off what does that mean?
you go pumpkin picking and bring one back for us. >> the eagles have a date with detroit this afternoon, the last one, as you remember didn't end so swell. they got crushed in detroit last thanksgiving that loss started the eagles spiriling which ended with the firing of chip kelly. flash forward they have a new coach, a new quarterback. jamie apody has a report from detroit. we'll be right back. (vo) want to be happy with your next vehicle purchase?
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school in kansas, missouri it's going viral. jamie who is in charge of a program for at risk students issued a challenge to their fell teachers. she said tell an individual student they are important and appreciated. it has seen five million times. most of the time it's students telling their teachers how much they mean to them, how much they inspire them. this flipped the script telling their students how special they are. >> it's wonderful to see. we'll be right back.
everyone, 24:00 sunday morning, you're -- 7:24 sunday morning. you're looking at the remnants of hurricane matthew, that's dry air working in on the backside of the storm. the center of the storm is right there. remember the winds blow in a counter clockwise fashion around the storm always the works out to sea. eventually we'll work this dry air into the delaware and the lehigh valleys as the storm moves off the coast. that will happen this afternoon. it looks miserable this morning, but your neighborhood will look better once we get past lunchtime. there was a huge change overnight in the projected path of the storm. most of the models took the storm and wrapped it around. watch what the spaghetti plots are doing now, watch the sudden change. it's due east north of bermuda.
the sudden change got it north to new england. some locations picked up between 4 and 5 inches of rain on the delmarva. it was the 5th hurricane this season. cuba 155-mile an hour wind gusts. savannah, in just in just, 18 inches of rain. i-95 in south carolina closed in both directions. it's open now, but that's how severe the flooding was. >> sports the eagles go for 4-0 in detroit. ducis rogers and jamie apody are on the birds' beat. >> reporter: good morning, the eagles are rolling these days, they hope the bye week has not slowed them down. this afternoon, jamie apody is with the birds. >> reporter: i'm in detroit, that's canada, they play hockey there, over here it's about football. the eagles have arrived last time they were in town it was thanksgiving day they left with a 31 point loss, that left a
bitter taste in the mouths of all the eagles. >> it's a precious moment to play in your hometown against your hometown, something i dream about all the time. >> you guys coming in undefeated, feel like new team, new year. >> new team, new year, and everybody is fresh and ready to go, and we all behind wentz he make sure sure we put him in good situation. >> how many friends and family in the stands? >> i'll have hundreds of family, but not all on my dime. >> reporter: poad poad channel 6 "action -- poad jamie apody, channel 6 "action news." james franklin got a vote of confidence this week.
the lions never trail. penn state up by 10 at the break. late in the third quarter, plenty of time, 70 yards, penn state wins 38-14. the lions next dame in two weeks against number two, ohio state. the sixers preseason schedule took them to cleveland last night to face the cavaliers, no okafor, no nerlens noel. how about that! sixers needed a few more of those, they lose 108-105. sports sunday later on tonight. off
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beneficial rain. the heaviest by far will stay there, delmarva, virginia beach. that area there, that's the area that will pick up the heaviest rain. storm tracker 6 live set it in motion for you, you can see the yellows extending northward into philadelphia and south ever new york -- south of new york city. i'll make a couple of zooms. note we have two bands one from trenton into wilmington along the delaware river another band in south jersey, surf city south to wildwood and cape may. we're zoomed into the philadelphia area first. jenkintown, route 1, crossing over delaware river into riverside, you can see the heavy rain indicated by the yellows and orangeses, there's route 30 in camden and burlington county. it's a slow go lots of ponding on the roads. philadelphia, moderate rain.
wilmington, same thing moderate to heavy rain is falling there's route 30 and 206. the steadiest is from 206 westward into city of philadelphia. the next zoom going farther to the south, jersey shore surf city through atlantic city and sea isle city and wildwood and cape may, moderate to occasionally heavy rain falling along 89 garden state parkway. slow go, route 47, delsea drive, cape may, ponding on roads, fortescue moderate to heavy rain. those areas have seen 2 to 4 inches of rain in the last 122018 hours or so. forecast for today. morning rain, lots of clouds expected, patchy fog, a miserable morning around the delaware and the lehigh valleys. we'll see skies brighten this afternoon turning windy and cooler, highs in the 60s. nydia.
>> thank you. the second presidential debate is tonight in saint louis. donald trump vowing not to quit the race, on twitter he will quote never drop out of the race and never let my supporters down. trump has remained in trump power in new york city since the release of 2005 video. in the video, trump makes lewd remarks about women. >> i move on her like -- i couldn't get there, she was married, all of a sudden i see her she has the big phoney -- >> several big names in the republican party say what he has done so far is not enough. if either renounce their support for him, or called on him to do much more. one republican who continues to support trump though, is former new york city mayor rudy giuliani. >> there's nothing that's going to cause his dropping out.
that's wishful thinking of the clinton campaign and those people who have opposed him for a long time. >> trump's own running mate mike pence said he could neither condone or defend the remarks by trump. >> now we turn to a challenge facing the clinton campaign, bernie sanders said his support for hillary clinton remains strong despite the release of newly released and leaked clinton campaign e-mails. on friday, wikileaks published a number of hacked e-mails from the clinton campaign revealing comments he made in private wall street speeches. she receive $600,000 for the three speeches. in one of them she said there's a need to have quote a public and private position on certain issues when dealing in back room discussions. you can watch abc news live coverage of the presidential debate at 9:00 p.m. tonight it is followed by "action news" at 11:00. for more on the race for the
white house and this second presidential debate tune into this week with george stephanopoulos that begins at 10:30 after "action news." >> when it comes to the november gentlemen of the jury election, just a re-- november general election a reminds 9 time to register is tuesday. military aid to haiti is planned. hundreds of people died. bob brooks has more on what's being done locally. >> reporter: entire towns are wiped out. the roads, bridges they have been washed away. the power is out, not expected to be restored anytime soon. >> a lot of people are not able to contact anyone because there is no electricity in these areas. >> reporter: a local haitian leader with the saint joseph foundation, she and others are
planning a rescue effort. some of the stories he had heard from a friend are heartbreaking. >> he heard a story of a parent who was holding the hand of a five-year-old, the wind came and took the child away, they don't know when they will find the body. >> she expects the estimated death toll to rise. she said many people had no means to prepare. >> you talk about people who had very few items and felt that those things were important tore them to protect, thinking maybe it's a just a simple rainstorm that was going to pass through. >> u.s. navy iwo jima and five hundred marines are on the way with supplies. food is expected to be a future. matthew ruined the major agricultural hub in the region. >> we imagine that prices for food have gone up in the entire
nation because we're talking about the effect of sea water on the farmlands. >> reporter: where i am right now, the ebenezer baptist church, local leaders are meeting next saturday to arrange help if you want help, be here at that time. >> a fire in south jersey has badly damaged a home and sent a firefighter to the hospital. the action cam was at the scene 1,000 block of oak wood avenue in gloucester township, camden county. the fire broke out after 3:00 a.m., when firefighters arrived flames were shooting through the second floor, all of the residents managed to get out safely. it took 30 minutes to get the fire under control. investigators are now looking for the cause. the firefighter who was injured is being treated for heat exhaustion and said to be in good condition. >> there's still much more to come on "action news" sunday. an award winning country music
singer and song writer will take the stage in philadelphia. 6abc loves the arts has a preview. >> and sky6 live hd taking live look for you in wilmington, delaware, rainy and dreary sunday morning. it is 7:38. meteorologist chris sowers said the day is going to improve. he'll have all the details in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. katie v/o: she works hard. she stays late. but she gets paid 21% less than her male coworkers. pat
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morning, take i go a live look -- taking a live look, sky6 live hd the ben franklin bridge you have to look closely, it's gray and damp and it is raining, but things are going to improve. >> reporter: it's a beautiful morning. [laughter]. you know it's funny just a couple of weeks ago we were talking about how desperately we needed rain, we don't need he it any more. >> good day to sleep in. >> reporter: it's a good day to take it easy and have an extra cup of coffee and sit on the couch and relax. things will improve later this afternoon. we'll see the return of sunshine, the morning hours will be damp and a little wet with periods of rain. there's double scan live. let's zoom into the philadelphia area. we've got a couple of bands that are taking shape. these are the outer edges of hurricane matthew. one band running from trenton to wilmington and south of baltimore and washington, d.c. there's this band here from surf city all the way down into
atlantic city, wildwood and cape may. both bands are producing moderate to heavy rain at this point. look what's going on north and west, really the line set up yesterday afternoon they have not seen much of anything out here, the far western suburbs, whereas south jersey and delaware have seen more. not much rain here, you get into the green shade you're talking at least an inch of rain in philadelphia. smyrna, 2.6. let's drop this farther to the south. you get into kent and sussex county in delaware. milford and dover, 4.2. 6 inches southwest of milford. you get into villas in the cape may area, they picked up over 4 inches of rain with the outer bands. we dodged a bullet overall, but you can see how heavy some of the rain was with hurricane
matthew. we missed out on all the heavy rain that caused all the flooding in the carolinas and southern portions of virginia. a lot of this is working out to sea now. there's the heaviest we have a little bit left over across areas east of baltimore and washington, d.c., the bulk of this is working out to sea. as the storm hits the coast and pushes east, the winds will pick up. right now they are out northeast they will switch out of the northwest this afternoon that dries everything out. we could see gusts as high as 45 miles per hour in all the counties you see highlighted there. the wind advisory is up to 6:00. the flash flood warning is in effect for kent county. 47 in the poconos, millville, 58. cape may, 59. satellite and radar showing the remnants of matthew, the center of the storm is just about there, east of cape hatteras, north carolina.
we're not dealing with storm surge or tornados. for the most part this is a shield of heavy rain working out to sea. drier conditions northwest. you can see how this will move over the next 24, 36 hours. the sustained shield is right there. over the next 24 hours, it's so far out to sea it's farther east than the island of bermuda this afternoon. 10:00 a.m., leftover showers for south jersey, clouds brightening across the western suburbs. philadelphia, cloudy, all areas south and east. 4:00 p.m., 5:00 p.m., part of the viewing area picks up the sunshine. it's at that point that the temperatures take a nose dive. tomorrow morning, 39 in reading, 4 had in philadelphia. -- 44 in philadelphia. 48 in wildwood. it will be one of the coldest mornings we've seen so far this season. morning rain, afternoon sun, turning breezy and much, much
cooler. you can see how things will clear out by afternoon. raining in the morning, sun, 63. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 63 tomorrow. breezy and pleasant, lots of sunshine columbus day. tuesday is nice, 65. wednesday, looks good, sun and clouds, 67. nice and tranquil thursday, a nice day, warmer, high of 72. friday and saturday it's just a perfect fall week here, lots of sunshine and comfortable. >> it will be okay for the columbus day parade. >> damp, but no rain. >> thank you chris. it may not have been ideal conditions for a wedding, but a couple from illinois had their wedding in wilmington, north carolina. they planned to say i do on bald head island. they said i do in nearby
wilmington. they went outside into the flooded streets they see the storm as an obstacle the couple has tackle successfully. >> beautiful and unique wedding photos. a teacher from philadelphia has earned a coveted honor, known as the oscars of teaching. it's an award ceremony that played out like hollywood's biggest night. the only difference, 9 educator about to win doesn't know she was nominated. and that teacher isa pal >> i am so shocked. >> reporter: she is a 5th grade science and math teacher
at andrew jackson, her students not surprised she was the winner. >> she's nice. >> reporter: her prejudice milk and educator award comes not only with honor and bragging rights, a check, too. >> the esip yant of this -- the recipient of this award will receive a financial prize of this. up, 25 thousand dollars. it may come as no surprise how they plans to spend it on education. she started her advance degree at holy family college but was put on hold when funds got tight. she is the first in her family to graduate high school and college and her speech was similar to one we might here on oscar night. >> i'm honored to be able to stand up here in front of you and tell you that take your
education seriously, when you get older, things like this can happen to you. >> is she amazing. >> she is the first from her family to graduate from high school and college. and to get the award. >> her mom is going back to school inspired by her daughter. >> great story. >> we'll be back in a moment. it's not a weekend hobby.ance? you have to live and breathe it for 50 years. it's the sound... and the fury.
hosts the annual columbus day parade. this afternoon the parade begins at broad and morris streets and end at marconi plaza with a festival that goes on until 6:00 p.m. they have food and entertainment. everyone from the community comes down. our coverage of the columbus day parade begins at 12:30 p.m. i'll lead our coverage next to the other than of chickee and pete's. >> alicia, the hardest worker in television.
an award winning singer and song writer takes center stage at the kimmel center. karen rogers has 6abc loves the arts. >> reporter: four time grammy award winning singer and song writer roseanne cash has put out an album that spans four decades. philadelphia is the next stop. she comes from annual iconic country music family. that's when she started her career in the late 1970s. >> she was known for performing in nashville. a huge success there. >> reporter: growing up in california she said her influences were less nashville and more a americana. >> she is on tour performing tracks from her three time grammy grammy award winning album. the river and the thread. >> it's a story about everything that's gone on.
>> reporter: fans can expect to hear classic hits the long way home and the feather is not a bird. >> it's not your standard pop song. >> reporter: she will perform with a full band playing backup and husband and song writing partner. >> a lot of time we don't get to see her perform with a guitars andpliment. >> it's a great evening of fantastic american music performed live on stage. roseanne cash performs at the merion theater. go to arts in philly.org or visit lack/loves the arts for other area events. for 6abc loves the arts i'm karen rogers. as promised, to install fios and set up the wi-fi that
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be subject to that sort of penalty. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising. matthew moving out, right? >> reporter: you have to love the way the tropical systems move. remember yesterday, the forecast models said the storm will make a right hand turn and move back toward florida. all the models were wrong it's farther to the north an working out to sea. it's adjusted farther to the north and we're seeing the heavy rain field here in philadelphia, south jersey and delaware picked up as much as 4 inches of rain mainly in kent and sussex counties in delaware. even in south jersey, we've picked up one to three inches. rain. by afternoon, the storm is pulling away, clouds break for sunshine, it turns breezy and cooler highs in the low 60s. miserable this morning and much, much better this afternoon.
>> all right, chris. 75:00 we're just a few minutes away from saying good morning to "good morning america." >> here's a look ahead. >> reporter: nydia and alicia good morning, donald trump under siege top republicans breaking ranks rebuking nominee withdrawing endorsement after a leaked 11-year-old video tape. what the trump campaign is saying to its critic also hours before he is supposed to face off with hillary clinton. our power house political team covering all the angles. north carolina feeling matthew's wrath the deadly storm hammering the tarheel state dumping record breaking rain 15 inches in 24 hours. we'll be tracking the latest on matthew from the storm zone i felt coming up on "g.m.a." on a busy sunday morning him we'll see you soon. >> "good morning america" weekend is next on channel 6.
"action news" continues later this morning. >> police in delaware county search for the gunman who shot and killed a man in front of his own mother overnight. we're live with details. >> delaware's spc location is reopening its doors. >> plus chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. for gray hall, alicia vitarelli, chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, i'm nydia han. we'll see you back here at 9:00 a.m.
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good morning, america. this morning under attack. donald trump facing a firestorm of criticism. >> and it is a terrible situation. i'm serious. it is. >> from top republicans, his vice president presidential running mate even his own wife the gop nominee losing endorsement and facing calls to step assign, also 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 coming hours before his second face-off with hillary clinton. we have team coverage ahead of tonight's second presidential debate.