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. it was a real shock when all of a sudden his hands were all over me. he started encroaching on my space. >> talk about your october a handful of women, all claiming dona trump touched them inappropriately t. trump campaign comes out firing denying all allegations. we have late breaking details on the u.s. military strike in yemen. developing overnight, two boston cops shot, both in critical condition. we have new information from the police chief.
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right now. >> good thursday morning. i'm ayman mohyeldin. >> i'm frances rivera. sometimes you wake up, donald trump finds himself in a fire storms at least four women have come forward with allegations against the millionaire candidate, accusing him of advances, groping and more him it comes after the presidential nominee insisted he had never engaged in such behavior. two women as they discussed public encounters in which trump grabbed or groped them inappropriately. here's jessica lee's account. >> it was a real shock when all of a sudden his hand were all over me. he started encroaching on my space and i hesitate to use this expression but i'm going to and that is, he was like an octopus, it was like he had six articles.
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part of the body, i might fought have gotten -- i might not have gotten that upset. it's when he started putting his hands up my skirt and that was it. >> a trump camp ve hemally fought back against the "times" article, demanding a retraction with this letter. >> that wasn't the only accusation brought against trump him the palm beach post claims he groped her 13 years ago a staff writer wrote of her experience, while interviewing trump at his resort, he quote shut the door behind us and within second he was pushing me against the wall and forcing his tongue down my throat. a former miss america says one involved trump walking into her dressing room at will. >> our first introduction was
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rehearsal, half naked changing into our bikinis. to have the owner waltzing in when we're make the or half naked in a physically vulnerable position and then to have the pressure of you know the people work for him telling us to go fond all over him, walk up to him, talk to him. >> that is behaior that trump, himself,ing a knowledged in an interview with howard stern. >> and nbc news spoke exclusively to a former miss utah. she says when she met donald trump, he kiss her. she stressed it did not feel
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her off guard. >> i remember him walking over, my dad was really confident. he admired donald trump. he introduced himself first him then he introduced me. it was at that time where he turned to me, embraced me and gave mae kiss on the lips. i remember being shocked and because i would have just thought to shake somebody's hand. but that was his first response with me and i remember i you know i was very young and feeling kind of almost turn and bite my mouth, what just happen. >> meanwhile, four former contestants in the miss teen panel exhibit, he routinely walked in the rooms where contestants were faked in 1991 when he owned the pageant. nbc news has not confirmed any of these allegations, this morning, the trump campaign is firing back saying they are drafting a big lawsuit
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allegations and the woman interviewed by nbc. in a statement, trump said -- zblmpl . and now, hillary clinton is hitting trump for the new onslaught of allegations. >> we now know, we've we heard for months what he thinks about people, how he treats people. you know, this latest incident about you know how women. well, he doubled down. i think he has shown us who he is. now the question for all of us is who we are. >> and she's attacking him for his current scorched earth strategy. one the "wall street journal" says is a ploy to depres voter turn out. >> it's important to me to stay positive and stay confident and stay optimistic, because that's
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now, look, up know donald trump has taken a very different toevenl we've we heard it in both debates and his campaign has said today that he's going to and i quote run a scorched earth strategy, whatever that means. that's how desperate they have. >> and clinton's remarks come as her campaign also find itself with its own distraction, facing the latest batch of hacked e-mails released by wikileaks. in all, were released on top of the thousands already made public. and the u.s. deposit says russia is behind the attacks. he agree, also floating a possible trump tie clinging to gop operative roger stone. >> mr. stone had advanced warning in the trump company of what assange was going to do. >> reporter: stone tells nbc,
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knew specifics and neff met with wikileaks founder julian assange. he did admit he had prior indications with wikileaks. >> i have a back channel communications with wikileaks. they don't clear or tell me in advance what they're going to do. >> a clinton spokesperson says the e-mail hack istant is what did donald trump know and when did he know it. breaking i don't have night, two police officers are in critical condition after being shot late last night. authorities say they were investigating a call involving a man with a gun who was having a dispute with his roommate when police arrived, the man allegedly fired on the officers with an assault rifle. >> at that time they were able to neutralize the subject, who was armed with some sort of
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ballistics vest at that time. >> officers say the officers are in correct cal condition. they claim the shooter has not been arrested. >> it was a roommate type disturbance. again, domestic calls as you know are probably the most volatile. you never really know what you are walking into. right now we see the dangers of overnight, the united states strikes back. the navy launching multiple tomahawk cruise missile strikes against yemen. top officials telling nbc news this is in response to a rebel controlled area of yemen.
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>> they are leaking the aid in the sea. this was fired in the u.s. warship off the coast of yemen by the houthi s against woman saudi arabia backed by the u.s. had beenible whating a war since 2015 t. saudi campaign has been extremely cfl him they claim to little strikes to military targets. there have been documents of civilian casualti an airstrike this saturday at a packed funeral home. i spoke to a family who lost loved one, human watch described as an apparent war crime with nearly 140 civilians killed. i can tell you that washington is seen as being police it in these deaths because of the support for saudi arabia. that's simply the perception by some on the ground. this may have prompted the uthi
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>> all right. thank you. >> still the come here him find out what americans are most afraid of. first the death toll from matthew is rising. they confirm 20 deaths as the flooding disaster continues to worsen. tens of thousands remain without power. matthew is being blamed for at least 39 deaths in the occupation aown. bermuda is bracing for a direct hit from hurricane nicole. this is what it the international space station. >> good morning. nicole has exploded in intensity, a category 4 with wind of 130 miles an hour, to the southwest of bermuda. the track takes it directly over the i'll. deb stating storm surge, flooding rains and winds.
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temperatures warm and muggy, near 90 degrees. ayman, frances, back to you. >> thank you very much, rafael. just ahead, the latest fallout from the walls as far go scandal. in connecticut, why investigators say it was te you are watching "early today." you don't just learn how to drive... or solve the world's problems... be a dad... "or something" and we don't just make sandwiches "or something" we hand-slice avocado, pull smoked chicken, bake fresh foccacia and craft every sandwich clean from top to bottom... there's nothing "or something" about it. panera. food as it should be.
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>> the man accused of planting bombs in new york and new jersey that kill 31 people is set to be arraigned in a new jersey courthouse. he was recovering from gunshot wounds with a shootout with hospital bed via video conference. performers tonight include stevie wonder, shaka khan and a crime wave hitting mainly women across the country. thieves stealing wallets from cars while the owners are pushing gas. i want to bring you rafael miranda with severe weather in
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hurricane nicole we are watching. >> now a category 4 storm, making a direct line. these winds could be zefb devastating for the island. we should see conditions deteriorate. we may see a major threat for bermuda and the pacific washington state around 80 miles per hour. very heavy rain for the northwest as well. we don't normally see storms. a couple showers, mild in the northeast. back to you. justahead, lawmakers describe republican donald trump. this is "early today."
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good morning. i''s what's coming up on "live at daybreak"... officers under fire. the shootout that landed the shootout that landed two cops in the hospital... and how the hospital... and how the suspect was able to outgun them.also... coming forward. new allegations from women... claiming donald trump did... exactly what he said he did on that now infamous leaked
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good morning. i'm susan kim. i'm vince vitrano.let's start off with a check on the weather... with storm team 4 meteorologist brian gotter. yesterday was a crazy weather day with highs near 70 around the noon hour with rain


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