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>> democratic nominee hillary clinton makes surprise appearance on stage at the democratic national convention as the arena goes wild, following the powerfully optimistic speech by the president. >> no major party nominee in the history of this nation has ever known less. >> joe biden's slams donald trump during his speech, why the vice president is rejecting trump's tv catch phrase you're firedment police send ton tim kaine, pitching to the voters after the party officially nominates him to running with hillary clinton. and all of this, as protests erupt outside the wells fargo arena. what commissioner richard ross is saying about the demonstration this is morning. good day, i'm litsch at the wells fargo center in south philadelphia, chris murphy, day three wrapping up. dave four coming today. and it is the final day of the dnc. >> the final day. i think a lot of people are
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exhausted. the president spoke what until 11:42, then got in air force one down to dc. we understanded he is back in d.c. what after three hours ago. my goodness, then sue, couple that with leather. it has been hot, humid. >> and more storm on the way, yes, you will feel it when you walk out today. humidity definitely inch increased, muggies are back, storms in the forecast, so we go with six out every ten today. muggy the dog is here with bus stop buddy. so happy that so many people have come to see our city. mild and mug which temperatures in the 60s, 70s right now. nothing on radar yet. but that could be a different story later on in the days. 76 degrees with 87% relative humidity, 5:56 your time of sunrise, so expecting high of 92 today. hot, humid, with storms popping up, i would say start watching for them, especially philly south and east, any time afternoon today. tonight, down to 76 degrees, with scattered thunder storm, as well, talk about what's up
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for the weekend when everybody's gone, but we're still here, bob kelly. because we will be. >> the party is over. 5:02. one more day to go, good morning, everybody, thursday morning, live look at i-95, where somebody tweeted out the southbound 95 off-ramps to broad street are closed, not true, i just talk to penndot, broad street ramps are still closed. doesn't make sense. even if it was open. because you just would be driving into secure zone anyhow. bottom line, same deal, the last couple of days, 95, the restricted 5-ton vehicles, between girard avenue, center city, and philly international. so follow the detours, get ready, the delivery trucks, again, extra volume on the vine and the schuylkill throughout the day. all eyes will be to the sky for the weather, especially with everybody, the dnc concerts, all of the delegates will go across the river, to the camden waterfront, for big concert that starts at 1:00. so, that event today will be different than what we've seen
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the last couple of days, a lot of action on the move over the bridges, back into philly, for the evening rush, and then, change up and head down to the wells fargo center, for the last event tonight. chris, back over to you. >> bob, we have live team coverage of the democratic national convention for this morning, steve keeley live at fdr park, but we begin with lauren johnson live inside the wells fargo center for us wrapping around some of the biggest moments from last night, lauren, good morning. >> reporter: yes, some of the biggers stars of the democratic party stood behind me, all campaigning for hillary clinton to become the first female president. but it was president barack obama, passing the torch to hillary clinton, that many people are talking about this morning. >> you know, nothing truly prepares you for the demands of the oval office. but hillary clinton has been in the room. she has been part of those decisions. she knows what is at steak in the decisions our government
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makes. i ask you to do for hillary clinton what you did for me. i ask you to carry her, the same way you carried me. because you're who i was talking about 12 years ago when i talked about hope. hope in the face of difficulty, hope if the face of uncertainty, the audacity of hope so this year in this election i'm asking to you join me, to reject sensism, reject fear, and to sum on what's best in us, select hillary clinton as the next president of the united states. and show the world we still believe in the promise of this great nation. >> reporter: after giving that speech, hillary clinton walked out on stage surprising everyone, the two embrace in the emotional hug as the democratic party tries to move forward. vice president joe biden used his time to go right after donald trump.
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he targeted trump's most famous catch phrase you're fired, used trump's words against him trying to show the american people who trump really is. >> how can there be pleasure in saying you're fired? he's trying to tell us he caring about the middle class. give me a break. that's a bunch of malarky. (cheers). >> the advise president shared his opinion that no major party nominee less prepared for the presidency than donald trump. another big speech coming from vice presidential nominee tim kaine, us senator from virginia appeared on stage a few house after receiving his party's official nomination. kaine has been campaigning hartford democratic ticket, in the week following his announcement as clinton's vp. he explained why he thinks democrats should get another
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term in the white house. >> senator kaine also talk about his record on gun control, education, and the economy. >> okay, all of this happening inside and outside the wells fargo center, tense moment when philadelphia police and secret service move in, when a group of protesters cross the line, seven people breaking through the barrier into a restricted area. steve keeley is live at fdr park, where demonstrations have happened, and remain pretty peaceful this week, steve. hi, good morning to you. >> reporter: a lot more protesters morning than there were yesterday morning, a lot of them sleeping after that wild night, and what you will see and here is fox news channel reporter jeff lock, before he's on the air, then after they take him on the air. >> we will get the tape and get back on as soon as possible.
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>> and we'll have much more on how that broke out, and how those tow testers tried to break through the barriers? just a minute. first today is the last day of the convention as you know, the theme, stronger together. and tonight, hillary clinton will take the stage to make her acceptance speech. she is expected to speak speak about her vision for the country and her belief that america is at its best when we all work together to solve the country's problems. introducing her, will be her daughter, chelsey clinton. >> the dnc has brought tens of thousands to our area this week, i mean, there are 40,000 delegates, but are all of these delegates and visitors helping local businesses? our dave kinchen live in old sit way look at that. dave, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, chris, a lot like politicians it is hit or it is miss. we're, where we are right now at the red owl tavern, just closed up at 4:00 a.m., a hit with the extended hours looking to cash in on the thousand cents of people in town. now, while the wells fargo center has been the hub of all of the political action over the last few days, and of
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course, that will be the case tonight, filling the afternoon and evening hours with politics, center city takes over, after hours, at places like the red owl tavern, open until 4:00 a.m., on special permit for hosting did the nc related events. now, some places like reading terminal market have yet to see the increase in business. but bars, hotels, and other venues, hosting delegates, politicians and media members, are seeing plenty wearing blue, while they are spending a lot of green. >> i want to make sure that we open our doors to all of the delegates in town, all of the people that are in town, make sure they have somewhere, not only to be, but also somewhere to go after quality event. as you can see, it is busy, moving, free energy, great vibes for dinner. >> reporter: lawmakers pull back some some of the state liquor laws to allow various venues holding dnc event to stay open little later so that they can party with the party, if you get that reference.
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back to you. >> i know the numbers just coming in, but reporting the last couple of hours, philadelphia expect to bring in $300 million over the course of this convention, visitors are going to take up 15,000 hotels room, more than 5200 people will be stay in air b and b rooms. the cogs for air b and b for the week about 850 bucks. so places like the red owl tavern behind you, which has a hotel monaco, would you think that this is a real boom to them? >> yes, you would think so, that they would be make quite a big buck on this. >> we'll see, dave kinchen, thanks so much. time is 5:09. the next how 5-foot boa con vick sore finally nabbed in a local neighborhood. how the snake that terrorized a block was finley caught. i wouldn't allow my kids near that thing. dad, what are you thinking? lauren johnson, good morning to you. >> chris, good morning to you. night three turns into day four here at the democratic
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national convention, what this experience has meant to people both near and far. stay with us.
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whenthe state made aers, commitment to us. i knew that i wasn't going to make a fortune. but i would have a secure pension plan when i retired. each and every one of us made that contribution from every paycheck we ever earned. they've been negligent in their responsibility over the years of not funding this pension the way it should have been funded. they have made a promise, they've made a commitment, and they need to stick to it.
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>> sea isle city, see the streets covered in water, flooding at 48th and lan kiss, the -- landis, the water to up
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people's knees in some spots, sue serio. >> happens to coincide with high tide it, really does gave you a problem until it recedes. we are actually under flood shall flashflood watch later in the day until tomorrow, possibility of it happening anywhere in our area, but specially south and east of philadelphia, under slight risk, slightly lesser risk, with marginal risk in the philadelphia area. but, still, could pop up. so there is your flashflood watch. this evening, through friday evening, for the series of scattered showers, and thunderstorms. basically, going have stalled frontal system just to the south, and series of low pressure systems moving along that front. got one going on in west virginia right now, but nothing to show you as far as rain in our area at the moment. so, fox future cast has any time after 12:00 noon today, the chance of some pop up thunderstorms, there is is 4:00 and the possibility of some rain, there will be a lot going on of course with the democratic national convention in it last day today, bob mentioned, folks going across the river to camden for concert at 1:00.
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so just got to keep the eye on the sky, be prepared for thunderstorms that could happen. usually when they come through like that, though, pretty fast and furious. so, let's get to the seven day forecast, get you through the weekends, 92 degrees today, the heatwave ends as the convention ends, 82 degrees tomorrow. still have showers and thunderstorms in the forecast in the morning they are possible on friday. on saturday, and sunday, it stays a bit unsettled. still, casino every humid, especially saturday, with a high of 88, scatter storm possible sunday, so we get break on monday, just in time for the month of august to begin, and it will still be warm, but, a little less humid by then, bob kelly? >> 5:14, on this thursday morning, live look at i95, giving yourself some extra time, seen the biggest unusual traffic jam, come northbound, again, in the single lane formation, which is a little
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different than what we've had the past couple of days two, lanes up to this point, and right now only one, so not sure if the cones have not been pick up and recycled here for the next rush hour. but, okay, this fellow turned around, the officers actually headlights were shining right into your forehead there, as you were headed north on 95. so, north 95, you got the lane restrictions there, approaching the airport, southbound the police check, same deal, approaching 676. no vehicles over 5 tons, so all of that extra volume pushed on to the vine, the schuylkill, between center city and university, no problems otherwise on the majors coming in from the suburbs, looking good on the schuylkill, and the blue route. unusual situation, here is the deal for today. we have concert, dnc related concert on the camden waterfront, starts at 1:00. so see a lot of unusual volume, leaving philly, going over the bridges of course, to the concert, keep eye to the
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sky for the thunder boomers, one once the concert is over, back into center city, then we head down to the wells fargo center for the final event today. a lot of foam on of move today into and out of south jersey camden waterfront and south philadelphia. lauren, back to you at the wells fargo center. >> thanks so much, bob. we're inside. but outside last night, tends moments when philadelphia police and secret service move in after different protesters cross the line, seven people breaking through that barrier into a restricted area. steve keeley live at fdr park where the demonstrations have prep much remained peaceful until this happened last night, steve? >> reporter: look, lauren there is convention may ends today, but all of the event don't end today. tomorrow may be the biggest event of all, maybe the biggest problems of all, right near the station, independence hall, bob kelly get ready to say meteor kade madness, tomorrow may be in person on site with me traffic update and old city because how are they going to deal with that?
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plus paying attention to sue, which why wouldn't you be? it could be raining. bob could you have new phrase, a not just hot mess, because hot wet mess, if these protesters try to crash that party. and why wouldn't they? watch what they did last night. here is fox news channel's jeff block before he is on the air then after they take him on the air. >> they've just broken through the barriers, guys. you need to come to us. they have just broken through the barriers. yep, i'm ready, i'm ready. i'm ready. i'm ready. it is out of control here. we had a group come through wearing black that were not party of the bernie, go bernie
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protest. they broke through the fence, the police are now forcing everyone to back, the bernie protesters were trying to stay peaceful but a group -- >> so just seven after he cents according to this secret service. jeff a better man than thee, they wouldn't be able to use me off the air without a whole bun of of bleeps. so tomorrow at 10:00 they'll start letting people into the independence the independence hall rally. bill clinton, hillary clinton, tim kaine, should be huge rally with huge crowd, probably not all-pro-clinton crowd, probably some bernie protesters there, as well, so hot wet mess in storm. -- store. and maybe another hot west courtesy of a great reporter, jeff block, great news by he and his fox camera news camera people. >> right down the street from where we are, steve, we expect to be there. several emotional moments played out on stage here last night, we heard from two surround off ores at the
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shooting last year. introduced by actress angela bassett. two of three survivors of the june 2015 shoot that killed nine other members of their prayer group. the shooter motivated by racial hatred, last night these brave women reminded us of the importance of forgiveness. >> the bible tells us that humble ourselves, pray, and turn from our wicked ways. god will for give us and heal our lands. let us heed god's word and in turn may god heal our nation. >> but the scripture says love never fails. so i choose love. in this election, i choose hillary clinton. >> those women say they believe in the power of healing but admit it requires
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unity. all right, chris murphy, that's a strong message from two very strong women who survived something so awful. >> absolutely, and we've seen that all week, great stories, lauren, 5:20. we want to turn to this, developing, delaware state police looking for leads as they investigate the death after kent county man police found 63 year old james leaguer of clayton inside his truck back in april. investigators say he had been assaulted and had one on his head and body. he was treated at kent general hospital where he died in may as a result of his injuries. authorities are asking anyone who may have talked to leaguer in the days leading up to that assault to call police. >> back here at home, teacher if montgomery county has been charged with assaulting two former middle school student, police say, 39 year old jason had sexual contact with a 14 and 15 year old girl at various locations, investigators say he met both of the teens while teaching social studies at springfield township middle school. preliminary hearing is set for august the ninth. >> members in paulsboro watch from safe distance as two men
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try to wrangle missing boa constrictor, finally found hiding in a bush, that had gotten away from its owner. here is a have i video. family saw the snake late tuesday night, as they brought their dog in from a walk. it was under their front porch. police came, but the snake then slithered away, then yesterday afternoon, neighbors on the look-out found the snake hiding in a bush, at the same home, on east jefferson street, then pulled it out. seamus mount is the owner was happy to finds his seven year old, 60 pounds snake, safe and sound. >> i made her a cage out of the closet. and he happened to escape in the middle of the night. she just went right out the window, i guess just wanted to get fresh air. >> oh, boy. police urge neighbors to keep their pets inside until that snake was found. even though it is not venamous, they say, it is legal to have a bow a constrictor as a pet in a home in paulsboro.
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i will be avoiding that neighborhood, lauren johnson, for a long time to come. >> ya, me too. can you imagine if that snake got around my little 4 pounds diamond? done. yikes. okay, it is not just hill had i making history at the dnc. the big group showing up in force, and getting things done. we'll explain that, but first, you're winning lottery numbers. good luck to you. ♪ with this level of intelligence... ...it's a supercomputer. with this grade of protection... it's a fortress. and with this standard of luxury... it's an oasis. introducing the completely redesigned e-class. it's everything you need it to be... and more. see your authorized dealer for exceptional offers through mercedes-benz financial services. mercedes-benz. the best or nothing.
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donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of r wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember." he's going like "i don't remember!"
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>> lb of gbt community coming together at this convention like never before. chris o'connell explains. >> the city in what's called the most lgbt friendly city in america, more history is make. >> since our party is reaching out to different part of the constituency that they need to win. >> the lgbt caucus chair for the democratic party says this convention is a defining moment for gay, lesbian and transgender issues. >> what we're about as an american people, that's that we should be reinforcing. >> more than 11%, 600 of the delegates, are from the lgbt community. there are 28 transgender delegates, both numbers that doubled in the last four years. >> and i have read ahead of time that there will be more openly gay delegates to this
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convention than any other, it is a very friendly place. >> for delegates like kevin from north dakota it is a breath of fresh air. >> in a gay chris fan, in a red state, in a conservative state, you almost feel like you're on your own. >> and more history, when sarah mcbride from wilmington, delaware, takes the stage as the first trans gender person to address major political convention. >> national conversation on transgender equality, real people, who hurt when we're discriminated against, who hurt when we're morning, want to be treated with kindness, respect and kindness. >> some line eileen mckie from hawaii says even with the strides more work needs to be done. >> you can pick up -- that thing you hear about, really accepted by people, and sometimes you can tell that not everybody is here, yet, even in the democratic party, but we are getting there. >> chris o'connell, "fox 29
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news". later today the equality forum giving its champion awards to former governor ed rendell for his work on gay rights issues. all right, a social media salute. the first lady goes on line to share her feelings about her husband's speech to the delegates at the convention last night. we'll have that after the break.
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>> this is fox 29 morning news. cheers (. >> the crowd goes wild after an uplifting speech by president obama as the democratic nominee, hillary clinton, then joins the president on stage last night, plus, all of this, as protests erupt outside the wells fargo center, the special force brought in to give philadelphia police a helping hand. and some delegates and protesters, politician toss celebrities, the city was hoping to see a big bump financially from the dnc. we'll take a look and see if that in fact happened. it is thursday, july 28, 2016. i'm chris murphy in the fox 29 studios in old sit. lauren, good morning to you. >> good morning, everybody was hoping to get some good food,
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learn about our history here and enjoy our time. i don't think they ever expected this heat. >> no, how do you prepare for this? record heat. >> it is brutal. >> then punk ooh $8 by nice little storm tonight. sue serio, come four on, really? >> remember monday watching the flooding right outside our window on market street? some that far could happen some places, later on today, so, be forewarned, we could end the convention with just this much of a bang we started with on monday morning, mild and muggy for right now, bus stop buddy has the shades on for later. >> muggy the dog always in the pictures when it is muggy outside. beautiful sunrise, 76 degrees, current temperature in philadelphia, if we don't get the storms, we will get up to 92 degrees. now the storms could mess with the high temperature of the day, some of these storms, that pop up later on, could be strong to severe.
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sunset time, 8:18. we have your forecast coming up. >> good morning, you mentioned, sunset there at 8:18. 5:32 this thursday morning, here is a live look at the police checkpoints. this is the vine expressway, eastbound, preventing anyone from going south, down toward the stadium area. over 5 tons again, south 95, check point, at 676. so give yourself extra time up and down the northeast corridor, all day today. we'll have some unusual things happen through the day. going to cause extra delays have the rain of course that's on the way, lunchtime, on, we have the jazzy jeff jam over here in south jersey, camden waterfront, so dnc concert, 1:00 start time, so think about this. everybody that's in town. going to come over the bridges, okay, the benny or the whitman, go to the camden waterfront for concert.
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, probably get wet, and get changed at the hotels, just a lot of movement, something that we haven't seen, yet, this week. yesterday, we had the motorcade madness movement. today, the delegates and the visitors will be on the move. so just keep that in mind, with your travel plans into and out of the city today. mass transit looking good. >> president obama led parade of al stars through the convention last night gig one of the final speeches to a crowd that far size. >> sure, weaver real anxiety, about paying the bills, protecting our kids, caring for sick parent. we get frustrated with political gridlock, and worry about racial division. we are challenged to do better , to be better. but as i travel this country, through all 50 states, as i
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rejoice with you, mourn with you, what i have also seen more than anything is what is right with america. i see people working hard, starting businesses i see people working hard and serving our country, i see engineers, not just coming one new cures, i see a younger generation full of energy, and new ideas, that can explain by what is ready to receive what ought to be. >> after giving that speech, hillary clinton made a surprise appearance on stage next to the president. the two embracing in a emotional hug, as the democratic party tries to move forward. while this is happening inside, philadelphia police and secret service were outside, immediately on the move in a group of protesters, broke through barriers. steve keeley live at fdr park where demonstrations have
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received peaceful until this yesterday, hello, steve. >> yes, the shot of week when it comes to protests, let's get right to courtesy of fox news channel jeff block who you will hear and see and his great crew on the scene last night, during the president's speech. >> they've just broken through the barriers, guys, you need to come to us. they've just broken through the barriers. >> i'm ready. i'm ready. it's out of control here. we had a group of provocators coming through, not part of the go bernie protest, they broke through the fence, the police are now sourcing everyone back, the bernie
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protesters were trying to stay peaceful. >> and chris murphy, seven arrests, did you notice, provocator on us right there, very under utilized word in reporting, as we go back to our classic rock days by for nerve, in 1984, i want to know what love is. i think flock may be sing that song today a lot. >> steve, i not only want to know what love; i want you to show me. never mind. thank you, sir, dnc has brought thousand us of delegate of courts and visitors into the city this week, local business owners were hoping for big boost. dave kinchen in old city looking into that for us. so you're in front of the red owl tavern one of my favorite spots. it has been packed with tourists, because, you're right there, and near the liberty bell, independence hall, all of that. >> that's right. by the way that's great albumn by for nerve. kudos to steve keeley for that one. it was packed earlier. you can see they are cleaning the window here at the red owl
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tavern, closed up at 4:00. extends their house, look to go cash in on thousands of people in town, the wells fargo center has been the public of all of the action at center city taking over after hours places like the tavern here open until 4:00 a.m. on special permit for hosting dnc related events, and some other businesses, have struggled like reading terminal market, though, not everyone seeing the cash coming in, but plenty of people in blue spending a lot of green. >> there is definitely little bit of a lull, i would say, during dinner, but overall it has begin great experience, a lot busier for lunch, our breakfast hours little different. it is sometimes a little bit after mix, definately people from delegates, a lot of people from out of town that are supporting hillary, here for the dnc, so we're super happy to have them. >> raking in the green as well, in fact, some people have gone air b and b because the hotels so expensive,
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chris? >> all right, dave kinchen, thank you. time now 5:37. donald trump under fire this morning for calling on russia to find and publish hillary clinton's missing emails, 33,000 of them. us investigators suspect the russian government is behind the recent hack of dnc emails, some democrats speculate it was a deliberate attempt to help trump. yesterday, donald trump called the idea farfetched. but, urged russia to actually hack hillary clinton's private emails. russia, if you are listening, i hope you're able to find the 30,000 emails that are missing >> critics say trump officially urged foreign add vaux carry to commit cyber espy on age. the clinton campaign responded by saying this, this has gone from being a matter of curiosity and a matter of politics to being a national security issue. >> time now coming up on 5:39.
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>> cars ops winds got a lot more work on the field, ryan matthews, hurt again, placed on the active non-football injury list, that's because he was working out on his own last week when he got hurt. now the gang's all here. the vets are in. it is a new year. but many of the same players are back. but the approach is different this year. chip kelly kept the team out of pads, many of the practices, dug pederson will have a different approach. >> going to change coming in, whatnot, you got to set the tone. and, you know, obviously a lot of new pieces, coaches and players, so, you know, physical at this can separate the men from the boys. >> obviously, going to be a fall off, the word like building, or anything, i don't think that's a rebuilding should be anywhere close to the team. we got a solid defense, we got defense you can go out and win games, so now offense go out annex cute. >> and the phillies lost yesterday, 11-one, that's sports in a minute. i'm howard eskin.
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>> all right, lauren johnson, let's head back to you, inside the wells pharaoh center. >> reporter: okay, chris murphy, how about this? a social media salute. the first lady goes on line, to share her feelings about her husband's speech to the delegates at the convention last night. we'll tell you exactly what she said after the break. at the the lincoln summer init's time to relax.t, from the moment you take your foot off the brake, the brake stays engaged and you stay put. taking the legwork out of stop and go traffic. and even hills. that's the more human side of engineering. this is the lincoln summer invitation, hurry in now to your dealer for limited time offers. lease a lincoln mkx for $349 a month
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>> group the television broad was stars coming together last night to sing what the worlds needs now is love. the audience, many head hands, they sang song and broke out that chant of love trump hate. well, of course, with so many people speaking on that stage, and performing and singing, so many pike checks were required to make sure all is well. one of those rehearsals happening right during good day yesterday. check this out. >> ♪ love sweet love ♪ >> where's the next song? >> obviously does not take much to distract those two, with huey there on the set with them, it was clearly a welcome moment. and they sang and danced right along to it, sue, we watched this all unfold at the studios. guess what? i was just on twitter.
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i see huey just tweeted he walked over 24,000 steps yesterday in his attempt to track down the stars. >> oh, fitness counter on, yep, one of those, yes. wow, it was just crazy. and what our world doesn't need now, thunderstorms, but guess what? they're in the forecast, why has it been so hot? we've had 14 days in the month of july that have been in the 90s, and it's been very dry, except for the occasional thunderstorms, that kind of feeds the heat. it makes it easier for the ground to warm up. and our days are still pretty long. more 90 degrees days are in our weather feature. we're not finished and in the immediate future, marginal risk to slight risk of severe thunderstorms, marginal risk south of philadelphia, and even further south, better chance of some pop up showers and thunderstorms, that could be severe. flashflood watch for many of us, in fact, i would say, most of us, with, if you get a thunderstorm it, could be a soaking thunderstorm, so, you see them on radar, the
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thunderstorms, that is, but nothing near us. so we will keep it that way for awhile. any time after 12 noon when we have to start looking for the pop up showers, thunderstorms, there is couple possible around 11:00. but by 1:00 in the afternoon see few with dark red here, not going to be exact that they'll show up there between say one, two, 3:00 in the afternoon, but if you get one again, soaking rains, thunder and lightning, heavy downpours, high winds, you know the drill by now, we it all happen monday morning, then again in the afternoon monday, see the lasting into tomorrow morning, even into the early hours, of fox 29 morning news when we're together at 4:00 a.m. and they don't move out completely, because we could have left over showers in the afternoon, on friday, more possible on saturday, so you get the idea of unsettled last weekend of july? that's what we have in store. but 90 degrees heat should end today, so the 80s through the middle of next week, and it looks like we'll grit break in
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humidity by monday of next week. and we could use it. bob kelly, for sure. >> give me a break ♪ kit cat bar ♪ >> here go, 5:49. singing the jingles and checking the jam cam. live look at the freeway coming in toward philly, headlight are on, roads dry for now, a lot of unusual things happening. right now, couple of two quick accidents, south on the extension, south of lansdale. accident north of 295 right at route 73 there, in mt. laurel. now, a loft folks will be on the move, the rain moves in today, you are headed to or from the airport tomorrow, as we say farewell to all of the delegates, and most of the folks that are in town, rain will be here, with us, for the morning rush hour. soap, keep that in mind for those here in fill. going to be traveling out of town, tomorrow, today the big concert. this is unusual. this is something new today. that we haven't had to deal with yet this week. all of the folks that are in town, the delegates, dnc
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visitors, the into the camden waterfront for concert that starts at one: we got to go across the ferry, across the benny or walt whitman to get to the concert, when that concert is over, everybody will come back into philadelphia, i call it the quick no shower happy hour. get cleaned up, spruced up, throw on some acqua develop have a and we'll head down to south philly at the wells fargo center for the big event tonight. so all of that today, is going to put folks on the move. yesterday, it was the motorcades on the move. today, all of the delegates and visitors will be on the move for the concert, back, quick change, and then down to south philadelphia. regional rails, still the same deal, crowded trains, give yourself extra time, the best bet if you are headed down to south philadelphia, for the closing ceremonies tonight, the broad street subway trains are running every eight-ten minute, back to lawyer never south philly. would be kelly, thank you so much. hillary clinton receiving praise from one new york billionaire, former mayor michael bloomberg spoke at the democratic national convention
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last night. he called on undecided vote ers to blast clinton, also blasted donald trump, calling risky, dis honeys, and a con artist? during his career donald trump has left behind well documented record of bankrupcies and thousands of lawsuit, and angry stockholders, and contractors who feel cheated and dis illusion dollars customers who feel they've been ripped off. trump says he wants to run the nation like he's running his business? god help us. (applause). >> sim ' a -- i'm a new yorker, and and i know a con whn i see one. >> he told the crowd he was not thereto endorse the party platform, but he wanted to encourage the country to unite behind clinton to defeat a dangerous man. >> one day before hillary
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clinton is set to address the nation, the president makes a strong speech. >> as this takes has been tested by war, and tested by recession, and all matter of challenges, i stand before you again tonight, after almost two terms as your president, to tell you i am more optimistic about the future of america, than ever before. >> the first lady was not here last night but she was on twitter, watched the speech from her mother's home in chicago. here what's she tweeted. that's my man. your truth, dignity and grace reminds us what real leadership looks like. i am always proud of our potus, you might remember the president tweeted during her speech or after her speech, incredible speech by incredible woman, couldn't be be more proud. i love you michelle. he hasn't tweeted since then.
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>> well, what else can you tweet, that's the ultimate. lauren, thanks. 5:53. and the daily show made it way to philadelphia, and long lines didn't keep people from seeing some of the favorite correspondent, check out these instagram pictures, we continue with the social media theme. sent us to, people posted pictures of them waiting in line and then later getting their ticket. preparing for several shows, the daily show will broadcast live after hillary clinton makes her spend stance speech tonight. it is then run end zero extra show tomorrow night. all centered around of course the democratic national convention, for delegates to protest her, politicians to the big stars, the city hoping to see my financial bump in this week's convention. which local businesses say it is just not happening. (vo) we went to hollywood to ask
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>> dny brought tens of thousands, i mean, there were 40,000 delegates. are all every these delegates and all of these visitors spending money here? we talked to business owners across the city of brotherly love. some told us the sit did i better job with this event than with the pope last september. but, whether they'll see any increased business that's the question it, all depends on whom you ask. >> tourist that want to come to the town, can't get hotel space. so they stay away. those are people that spend
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money. >> i probably talk to friends in my area, we're really happy. >> well, none. us is happen which this weather, right? 92 degrees and thunder storms, and record heat earlier in the week. and business owners tell us that all of that heat in this heatwave probably not helping things any at all. the arena goes wild, following a powerfully optimistic speech by president barack obama last night, as democratic nominee hillary clinton then joined him on stage at the dnc. plus, all of this, as protests erupt outside the wells fargo center, the special force brought in to help philadelphia with a helping hands. >> ♪ for a vehicle that can drive itself? an autonomous-thinking automobile that protects those inside and outside.
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>> they have has never been a men or a woman, not bill, not me, more qualified to serve as president of the united states of america. nobody. president obama closes out the thirds night of the dnc right here in philadelphia with a ringing endorsement of hillary clinton. the surprising moment, after a speech that drew a standing o from the crowd right here at the wells fargo center. surprise

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