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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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>> i humbly so many my party's nomination to be vice president of the united state. vice president nominee tim kaine making his pitch to the crowd at the dnc. why he says hillary clinton is a much bet ever choice than donald trump. >> and some tense moments outside of this wells fargo center last night, as protesters break through a security fence. look at that. how police were able to keep them from getting any further toward the wells fargo center. good day everybody, it is july the 28th, 2016. i can't believe i'm going to say this, hi, alec, you look great in green today. >> why thank you. you are looking lovely in this gray and lavender. >> i don't know, prune, is it lavender? started out with a theme of red and blue. >> down to whatever is left in the hamper for me, anyway. >> exactly. >> i'm going to casino every miss the wells fargo center, tomorrow we're back in the studio. >> are you guess to miss waking up early in. >> no, sue.
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>> you've been living my life? >> i've been living sue is her year hours. >> at least the weather is amazing. >> much cooler this morning, sue? >> yes, but we'll have weather drama, i believe, later on in the day. so that's why our number today, one down from yesterday, when we had seven. it is a six today. because it is more humid, there is muggy the dog back again with your pal bus stop buddy, temperatures in the 60s, 70s, yes, we have possibility of thunderstorms later in the day. nothing on radar now. look at the sunrise, that's so awesome looking. that's the view i believe what from the platt bridge, from the airport, 76 degrees in philadelphia, more humid than it was yesterday, temperatures in the 50's in the poconos, 76 degrees down in dover. expect some sunshine today, but also, pop up thunderstorms, start watching for them, any time afternoon today. sunset time 8:18. and we have the possibility of one more day of our heatwave, getting up to 92 degrees. so, bob kelly, the heatwave leaves just in time for the
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convention to go away. >> you got it, pack your bags, throw the heatwave in the suitcase along with you. good morning, everybody, 6:03 exactly. live look at the freeway. no problems yet coming in toward philadelphia. looking good there. live look at i95 southbound, already jammed approaching the check point. plus, disable tractor-trailer, in the congestion here, even the school buses and the tractor-trailers, pushed off on to the vine street expressway working their way back on to the schuylkill over to the platt bridge. two accidents, south on the extension, lansdale. north on 295, at route 73. something unusual for today, something we haven't had to deal with all week, the jazzy jam concert over here, all of the delegate and the dnc folks will be headed into south jersey, the camden waterfront for 1:00 concert. so yesterday, we had motorcade madness. today, all of the delegates are going to be on the move. so going to go into south jersey for the concert at 1:00. then back over the bridge, into philadelphia, a quick shower, spruce yourself up, then down to south philly for
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the closing events tonight at the wells fargo center. mass transit at the moment looking good with no delays. >> there is only one candidate in the race that believes in the future, that devoted her life to that fight your, a mother and a grandmother, who would do anything to help our children. a leader real plans to breakdown barriers, and blast through glass ceilings, and widen the circle of opportunity to every single american, the next president of the united state, hillary clinton. >> passes baton, president obama bringing his hope back to the democratic convention, this time, now using those words to help make hillary clinton the first female president. last night spoke why he thinks hillary should become the next president, and after the speech hillary made a surprise appearance. causing the crowd to go wild.
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>> wild. and that's unusual, because normally at a convention you are, if you are the nominee, you wait for the last day to come in. >> because that's your night. >> that's your night. but they wanted the optic of the two of them standing together, because that would not happen tonight. >> we didn't just stand there. look at them, talking to each other, hugging. look like it was going to get -- >> like a kiss there? >> but that's the picture they wanted the country to see, and be on every pain they are morning, it is basically his around the world matter of panel, the two of them together. so we had it last night because it wouldn't happen tonight. so outside of the wells fargo center, tests -- tense moments when philadelphia police and the secret service move in when group of protesters cross the line, broke a fence. >> seven people managed to break through the fence into a restricted area. >> and steve's over across the street again at fdr park. what are you seeing this morning? >> well, mike, i see your future. and don't get too nastolgic about missing all of the stuff
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ewing ' seeing, tomorrow even back at the station you won't miss the security checkpoints, all of the closed roads and everything else, because it is a huge rally scheduled, and the crowd scheduled to start going in at 10:00 a.m., just as our show is ending it we're not going longer, hillary clinton, bill clinton, tim kaine at independence hall for outdoor rally scheduled at noon in the rain maybe, right in the heart of old city. so philly police, they're -- their work isn't over, secret service work isn't over, of course our work not overment look at the work of jeff block, long time news channel chicago viewer report nerve town last night, tie barely loose ends, great camera work. this is during the president's speech. here what's was going on outside. >> they have 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.
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>> i'm ready. >> i'm ready. out of control here. we had a group of provocators come through wearing black that were not part of the bernie, go bernie protest. they broke through the fence. the police are now forcing everyone back. the bernie protesters were trying to stay peaceful. >> seven, to use word, provocators, spending the night at the detention shahs ill tis, despite looked lot alike more people doing the fence bashing. inquirer reports 35 people taken into custody. some of the people not spending the night in prison, are now outside. this guy brought a bike by the
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way, getting morning exercise, he's from illinois. and he's biking around now. but if you look at that suv over there, now, look at the sign, see where it says no stopping any time? no philadelphia parking authority enforcement down here with these out of towners. apparently you only get a ticket or get towed if you are a south philly resident pack the taxes, people sleeping in the suv with the windows open, our friend from yesterday took the advice of the resident here but said they didn't want to park on 20th street, now sleeping on paterson avenue again with the windows shut. boy, i bet it smells nice and ripe innocent there. >> nice and ripe. you know what i notice, too, is that our philadelphia police officers, weren't in riot gear and helmets at all like that with shields, in their regular hats and regular uniforms, i guess, to keep things tamped down a little bit, not look so militaryistic. >> and maybe a little bit, did nice job. tonight the last day of the convention, theme for the final day, stronger together.
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and tonight hillary clinton of course will take the stage, to make her except spans teach. al next. >> she is expected to speak about her vision for the country and her belief that america is at it best, when we all work together to solve the country's problems. introducing her will be her daughter chelsey clinton. wondering, mike, if maybe at the end of the season all the family comes out, balloons, will chelsey bring out the new baby? >> i say the babely make a new appearance, isn't that what politics is all becomes shaking hands and kissing babe us. >> but if it is your own baby is it the same? >> i think most appropriate. dnc has brought tens of thousands of people into our area, is it paying off? >> that's the question everyone wants to know. is it really helping business? so, dave kinchen in old city, at one of the hotels where a lot of people have been staying. >> i recognize that place, the red owl that farer. >> how is business, dave. >> yes, and the monaco, of course attached right next to it, and you can tell that it really did help them out. of course we could tell earlier in the morning,
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because they closed at 4:00. taking advantage of the additional crowds, coming into town, the wells fargo center been the hub of political activities in the afternoon and evening hours, center city takes over for after hours events at place like the red owl tavern, special premise for hosting dnc related events, and again, that benefits the monaco hotel attached to it, as well. now, there are some places like the reading terminal market that have yet to see the increase in business, according to some of the vendors over there, but overall, we are seeing plenty wearing blue, while 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, to not only feed but go to after the events. you can see behind me, really, busy, casino of got free energy, ... >> so a lot of people went to
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air b and b, mike anal next. >> oh, ya. air b and b going to the parade this week for sure. prime time appearance for hillary clinton's runningmate. what tim kaine had to say about donald trump after excepting the vice presidential nomination. >> kaine wasn't along in attacking trump. why he says the donald should never make it to the white house.
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♪ >> what a perfect philly entrance to the vice president, alex. >> i wonder, you know, going to like baseball games, hear the intro music? i wonder if he picked it? i wouldn't doubt it. i mean, he lives not that far
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from philadelphia. >> this is true. >> of course, do i even have to say this, rocky theme? >> no. >> okay, then i won't. he started to talk about he personally knows hillary clinton so well after all these years, and how she is ready to take on the role of president of the united states. then he turned to attacking republican nominee donald trump. let's go. >> how can there be pleasure in saying you're fired? he's trying to tell us he cares about the middle class. give me a break. that's a bunch of malarky. >> you often hear that word, i like it, the vice president won the audience, said he feels no major party nominee has ever been less prepared for the presidency than one donald trump. >> you think everyone will be saying mal ash i snow. >> should we get some t-shirt made? malarky. another big speech coming from tim kaine last night.
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>> us senator from virginia appeared on stage few hours after receiving his party's official nomination. now, he's been campaigning hoard for the democratic ticket in the week following his announcement as clinton's pick, not only did he explain why he thinks democrat should get another term in the white house, but he also has some harsh words for donald trump. >> our nation, it is just too great to put it in the hands of a slick talking, empty promising, self-promoting, one man wrecking crew. >> senator kaine also talk about his record on gun control, education, and the economy. >> well, donald trump's latest comments making headlines around the world. why he asks another country to hack into us computers.
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lady gaga. and that concert starts at 1:00. >> so sue, lay it on me, because i want to go to this thing at 1:00 over in camden. >> is that the hottest part of the day. >> but is it going to rain? is there a thunder storm over my face? >> computer models are saying there is a pretty good chance. so, and we're saying eye to the sky after 12:00 noon today, weather service already issued a flashflood watch. it is called a flashflood watch. because if you get one of the soaking thunderstorms, it will flood in a flash. look at the feature cast, after 11:00, 12:00 see isolated pop up thunderstorms it, doesn't mean one will definitely pop up over camden, but you have to be prepared for that possibility. and so maybe come more numerous, possibility, i should say, become more numerous after three, four, 5:00 in the afternoon, and again, if you get a thunderstorm, it could be a soaker. soy, keep that in mind.
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if we don't get that thunderstorm, we will get to 92 degrees. if we get one earl at this may prevent us from getting to 92. we still think this will be day seven of our heatwave. showers, thunderstorms link near friday morning. saturday, pop up showers and thunderstorms are possible, with some sunshine. and sunday scattered thunderstorm, we stay in the 80s starting friday all the way through wednesday of next week august begins monday. should be the beginning after less humid weather problem. >> the problem we have, equipment problems. thirty minute delays on the paoli thorndale and the lansdale-doylestown line right out of the game, remember, all right short cars, adjusted schedule to begin with trains running every 30 minute, about here or there, so, we're about one hour delay when you add it all up.
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here come the sun, 95 northbound, live look at the sun glare cam there, in delco, and going the opposite way south 95 jammed approaching center city, we have the police check point again, and on top of that, disable in the mix, as sue just mentioned, today will be an unusual day. yesterday we had the motorcade today have everybody here in town, for a concert, 1:00 concert, think about it, everybody will across the bridge, uber, cab, buses, dropping them off here at the camden waterfront, probably going to have to deal with some thunder boomers while the concert is on. concert over. everybody funnels out. just like we do at the end after big concert, got to get back to philly, spruce up, mike, put on some acqua velva head down to the wells fargo arena for the big closing ceremonies tonight. so yesterday we had the president and vice president on the move today. everyone here in town, is going to be on the move, for the concert then of course the
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big event down where you are in south philadelphia. back to you guys. >> i have not heard the term acqua velva in 25 years, alex, do you even know what that is? it is casino of colon own after shave. evening else vest trams report to camp. one comes down with a injury before he arrives at the nova care complex. harold eskin has the details in sports spa minute. plus, nobody won the lottery last night. was it powerball last night? probably half billion dollars, at the next drug. >> let's do it. one american park is larger than yellowstone, yosemite, grand canyon and glacier national parks combined. and that's not the only thing you can only find in new york state. ♪
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>> good morning, day three of eagles training camp little different yesterday, the veterans that this joined the rook wrist give the day off, so no sam bradford, no chase daniel on the feel, carson wentz got a lot more work. now, eagle running back, ryan matthews, hurt again. placed on the active non-football injury list, while he was working out on his own last week. that's going to cost him. right now, that might put more emphasis on rookie running back, wendell smallwood, drafted in the fifth rounds, with matthews not on the feel, more time for basilica of saints peter and paulwood and the head coach taken a hand-on interest in him. >> real surprise, just knowing how certain head coaches are, being around doug, just like
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regular coach to me. he doesn't push me to the side, treats everybody the same. gives me the things i need. >> he came back ready to go, great frame of minds. he has to put himself in a position i'm hoping to help us this season. i think he is that good. >> and the phillies lost yesterday 11 to one. that's sports in a minute. i'm howard eskin. >> eleven to one. yikes. >> not good. >> well, women's us soccer team got on an airplane yesterday. >> let's thank carli lloyd giving us inside look. she tweeted photo from the flight yesterday. >> where are they going? >> going to rio of course. then look to go make some history while down in brazil. no country has ever claimed the women's world cup and olympic gold medal back-to-back years. so the us women's national team already won the world cup last year in canada. can they do it again? >> yes, they can, sue serio. >> it is i believe that we will win. i believe that we will win.
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i believe that we will win. >> what are those things called. >> oh, yes. in south africa. >> after the convention is over, loss of et cetera sitement with that going on, also, we could have some weather zoo excited. flood flash watch for later in the afternoon. we'll tell you why coming up. steve? >> reporter: sue, if you are going to be sleeping under a flashflood watch, maybe if you're camping out in your car and protesting this determine cram i can national convention, maybe all four windows not down this far, because you will be waking up with a morning shower.
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>> president obama hoping to pass the baton to hillary clinton. he said she's the right women to continue his leg. >> i outside tense moment, outside the wells fargo center last night, minute before the president takes the stage, and during his speech, how police responded when they broke down a restricted area fence. >> and, encouraging hacking against the us? what led to donald trump asking the russians to keep up with the cyber attacks. >> good day everybody, it is, what is today, thursday? >> it is thursday. >> what's the date? >> july 28th. >> twenty-eighth. >> it is day four. >> it is day four, the final day here, and we will be back in the studio tomorrow.
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by the way, did you hear that hillary clinton is going to give a speech in about noon tomorrow right by our tv station in front of independence hall. >> we should go to it, i mean, it is right there. >> are you saying that i'm lazy, that i wouldn't go to it, if it was any further away? is that what you are saying? >> it is farther, i like that. >> you finally taught me. >> just easier. >> i've had trouble throughout my late with farther and further, sue. >> so think far, farther, means distance, to go far. >> and further is like something that can't be quantified, you can't say i'm going to the further over there, it is like no, you can't push me any further mentally or something. >> i can't push you any further mentally. >> but you can turn me farther. >> yes, i can push your buttons. >> yes. >> all right, sue? >> now, can you work on lay and lie? because i still don't under stands that one either. weather by the numbers today. six out of ten. we have thunderstorms in the forecast, more humidity than yesterday.
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temperatures in the 60s and 70s, muggy the dog with bus stop buddy. but nothing to show you yet on ultimate doppler radar, saving the thunderstorms for this afternoon, 76 degrees right now with 82% relative humidity, cool and comfortable in the pocono mountains, 57, temps in the 60s north and west, south and east, already muggy, especially down in dover where it is so humid and 77 degrees. pop up thunderstorms appearing, let's just say, any time after lunchtime. already in the upper 80s by then. probably have day seven of our heatwave when we get to 92 degrees, but some of those thunderstorms could be strong to severe, more about that, coming up. bob kelly? >> hey, sue, good morning, everybody, 6:31 on a thursday morning. here we go. some delays on septa's regional rails up to 30 minutes on both the paoli and the lansdale, the two big work horses of the folks, the septa system coming in from the suburbs. delays already north on i-95, this is a live look, heading into that check point,
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approaching philly international. now if you are headed to the airport today, keep in mind rains moving in this afternoon, tomorrow, for all of the delegates, they'll be leaving, rain will be blanketing our area tomorrow morning. some sun glare here down in delco, the big craziness is going to occur today with the concert over at the camden waterfront, set to start at 1:00. so all of the delegates, bus, and the ooh, and cabs, benny or walt whitman bridge for the concert at one, once the concert is over, back to philadelphia, spruce things up in the hotel and then on the move down to south philadelphia, at the wells fargo center. right now, the broad street subway market frankford line looking good. with though delays. >> tonight i ask for to you 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.
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>> well, i can't do any hefty lifting. somebody sells going to have to do it. team set for the democrats. hillary clinton and running made, tim kaine. now the official democratic party nominees. and they are bringing out some big guns in the party to get voters attention. president obama laying out why he thinks hillary clinton should become the first female president. he even asked the crowd and the people watching at home on television to believe in her the way people believed in him. >> now, vice president joe biden also had some time to speakment and he used his time to go after donald trump. hear the rocky music? new he was going to throw some punches, targeted trump's most famous catch phrase you're fired. he used trump's words against him trying to show the american people who trump really is. and while hopping on trump, biden said his reasons why americans should vote for hillary clinton. >> there is only one person in
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this race who will be there, who is always been there for you, and that's hillary clinton's life story. it is not just who she is. it is her life story. >> and hillary clinton's runningmate tim kaine, joined in bashing donald trump. >> but you might have noticed, got a way of saying the same two words every time he makes his biggest, hugest promises. believe me. it is going to be great, believe me. we're going to build a wall and make mexico bring for it, believe me. we're going to destroy isis so fast, believe me. there is nothing suspicious in my tax returns, believe me. us nominee, tim kaine has been
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campaigning hoard for the democratic ticket in the week following his announcement, as hillary clinton's vp pick, senator kaine also talk about his record on gun control, education, and the economy he's taking on the nra in virginia for years. that's for sure. >> hey cents it is 6:35. >> while this is going on outside of the wells pharaoh sent their was swift action by philadelphia police and secret service. the group of protesters crossed security lines breaking through a fence. look at this dramatic video here. >> yes, jeff block was very busy, one of our reporters for fox, so is steve keeley fdr park across the street from us right now. hi, steve. >> reporter: gauge wag it look like up until now, this is more protesters than we've seen all week, sleeping in their cars here, next to fdr park, where we are here at the police check point as the eagles come through again, for another day of training, and people might disagree with us, and specially the hillary hard core supporters, but for our money jeff block's pictures
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and reporting show that the protesters may have stolen the show from the president, because while he was speaking outside, they were making a huge statement outside here, and look at flock, before he's on the air, asking his produce tears come to him, then after they take him on the air. >> they have 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. it is out of control here. we had a group of provocators coming through wearing black that were not part of the bernie go bernie protest. they broke through the fence, the police are now forcing everyone back, the bernie
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protesters were trying to stay peaceful. >> boy, under all of that pressure, voice cracking, in the middle of the crowd, showing vocabulary going provocator on us, french word, hit it the nature right on the head, definition person who provocks trouble causes distention or like agitate or. how about that? the boss call me today. can use some french watch about you? i guess i'll solve off from south philly, auvoire. >> and get the flock out. they're not picking up trash down there, they are using it as a blocking device. >> trash trucks have many uses? >> they real dow, big, and hard to move. >> and some murals. >> that's true. we have over, well, 38, no, close to 4,000 murals painted on walls this this great city
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of philadelphia. and it even includes the trash trucks. they have murals painted on it, they're works of art. >> everything is art here in philadelphia. >> and they stink, but they're arty. >> donald trump continues hammering hillary clinton over the latest e-mail scandal. >> even went as far as urging russia to hack clinton's prove a emails in a press conference. >> listen to this. >> russia, if you are listening, i hope you're able to find the 30,000 emails that are missing. >> prior to trump's remarks, the us golf believes russia is behind, obama then criticized trump for repeatedly expressing add more agents for russian president vladmeere pout glenn called trump a genius. the dnc has brought thousands of delegates and visitors into our city. >> and with that of course comes traffic, and maybe some congestion, but also supposed
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positive bring in the monday. >> i money, money, money has it. maybe too early to tell. dave kinchen, what's your take on this? >> well, i can tell you, it certainly is coming in for a lot of hotels, and lot of bars, by the way, police here at the convention center setting up for another day of events here, but we want to show you reading term that the mark, as chris fox spins around right there. not quite open at this point. but a loft vendors there say they haven't seen a lot of the strong sales just yet. just like politics, it is all in how you s the wells fargo center has been the hub of most political action in the afternoon and evening hours, center city takes over after hours, places like the red owl tavern, staying open until 4:00 a.m. on a special permit for hosting dnc related vents, but vendors at reading terminal say they're not quite happy. sales have been average, but they say better than the papal weekend, bottom line if you are a hotel or bar you are probably doing all right. >> there is definitely a lull during dinner but all over
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great experience, a lot busier for lunch, our breakfast hours are little different. it is sometimes a little bit after who's who mix. but definitely people some delegates a lot of people from out of town that are supporting hillary, here for the dnc, super happy to have them. >> now delegates have reportedly piled into hotel rooms with rooms going to up like 600 bucks a night. then of course, air b and b, well, they are doing all right, too, to take some of the carry over, mike anal next. >> okay, dave, thank you for. that will we'll check back with you, not just hillary clinton making history here at the dnc. the big group showing up in force, and getting things done. >> and then, let's get to jen, because she is talking with some nuns who are serving lemonade. wouldn't you want lemonade on a hot day? >> what? >> ya, it is really cool. serving lemonade. and they have a big giant bus with tons of signatures. so, what are they doing? why are they here? ps, they are so adorable, so
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nice, we will talk to them. by the way they're big shot, been on all kind of national shows. i saw that. we'll come back, i'll tell you what they are doing, been doing it couple of weeks now. i'm hillary clinton and i approved this message. who do you talk to for military advice right now? well, i watch the shows. i mean i really see a lot of great - you know, when you watch your show and all of the other shows... while donald trump watched tv, as secretary of state, hillary clinton negotiated a cease fire in gaza. a reduction in nuclear weapons... took on vladimir putin... and stood up against the trafficking of human beings. a steady leader in an unsteady world.
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>> we should say her street. >> i agree, we should be
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saying her street. >> is that even a word. >> we can make it a word. >> it let's make a word. >> let's make history her street a word. >> being made behind us at the democratic national convene shopping, has nothing do with with a women being nominated. >> it is now been dubbed the gayest convention ever, that's what they are calling it. >> i heard a man say that yesterday, this is the gay he isest convention ever. >> including 28 transgender delegates, party leaders say defining moment for the gay and lesbian community, later today, fer a mcbride from wilmington, delaware, will become the first transgender person to speak at major political convention. >> from the first state. >> national conversation on transgender equality, are peep people, who hurt when we're mocked, hurt when we're discriminated against, just want to be treated when casino necessary, respect and fairness. >> today powerful equality forum will be giving it
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champion award to former governor ed rendell for his work on gay right and issues. >> okay, well, it is now 6:45 exactly on this thursday morning, hey, bob? >> yes, sir? i'm here. >> do you have something going on there? what's happening? >> well, we have couple of problems on mass transit. we've got the 95 mess, again, into both directions, into the police check point. eastbound schuylkill, some sun glare, 22 minute altogether, south on 95, just un half hour, already, here. and out of northeast philadelphia. up to 30 minute delays, on both the paoli and lansdale line. keep in mind, all right shore equipment, some equipment problems, this morning, so, already out of the gate with up to 30 minute delays there. if you are headed into or out of south philadelphia, the broad street subway will be your best bet specially going
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down to the closing event tonight. trains running every eight to ten minute. and then, the big scenario today, that we want to look out for, is this concert. 1:00 over at the camden waterfront. lady gaga, lenny kravitz, dj jazzy jeff, the jazzy jeff jam. everybody is going to be coming into new jersey now, coming over the ben franklin, walt whitman bridge, jersey get in on the act today hosting everybody at the camden waterfront, what's that, 28, 30,000 people. already rain in the forecast, sue will tell but that in a second. then after that concert, back into philadelphia, and then once they get spruced up, back on the move again, into south philadelphia, so, yesterday we had motorcades on the move today all of the delegates are going to be on the move. and all of the visitors. and then then that rain will move in some time today, will certainly impact the event after lunchtime, sue's up next, with all of the details, give her 152nd, she is grabbing cup of coffee.
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>> anticipating thunderstorms, remember folks the ones that we had on monday morning, the other ones came in monday afternoon with soaking rains, that's why there is flash wood watch in effect for this evening, into tomorrow evening. because of the possibility of those pop up storms, nothing has popped up yet. as we look at the fight your cast, doesn't take look by 1:00 in the afternoon seeing some of those hang, just in time for the concert in camden. then throughout the afternoon and evening, pop up thunderstorms, see the orange and yellow here on radar. around midnight everybody going home from the wells fargo center looks like we could have the possibility of some soaking rains then. then we look into the weekends, and see more rain rolling in probably saturday
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afternoon, more thunderstorms, more humidity in the air, wacking out the door, 76 degrees, in philadelphia. 60s to the north of us last day of the heatwave, then in the 80s, but thunderstorms tomorrow, stays unsettled over the weekends and we have temperatures in the zero's, best part part about monday, first day of august, is that the humidity will be lower by then. not yet but eventually. >> well, good. >> well, good. good for you, sue. >> all the cindy just got very nasty. it could be the humidity. >> sever inches beyonce has come up with this lemonade thing, you've indoctrinate dollars me, now when i think of the word lemonade i think of the word beyonce. >> do you? >> that's just not right. >> well, everyone is sipping lemon a, but there are different ways to get lemonade. >> when was the last time a nun poured you glass of lemonade.
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>> i don't think a nun has ever poured me glass of lemonade. >> there are both traveling to convention in cleveland now here in philadelphia, and jen caught up with them. hi, jen. >> reporter: they don't like that reference at all, they don't like this situation. they know all about that, mike, good morning, guys. >> good morning, great to see you. >> so for people who don't know, mike said it, avenue been at both conventions have, this big monster bus. what are you talking to people about? >> well, we are talking to people about is that we need to come together as a nation, mends the gaps. it doesn't matter what side of the political spectrum you were on, but we cannot continue to tear the fabric of our society. so our theme is mend the gaps, re we have the fabric of our society. we do it by one conversation at a time. >> so the lemonade comes in, because that's how you get people to talk to you? >> engage people, very hot out, work out, it is free, it is cold, friendly face just ask them general questions, non-partisan questions, what are your values, what are your fees. >> i told you i have seen you in a couple every tv shows.
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who is the coolest person you've met? you said bottom line one guy. >> president of the united states, president owe bamm, a done five strips, on the second trip doing immigration reform he couldn't come to our rally so he invites me down to the white house because we were in washington dc at the time and i met him in the oval office for ten minutes, we talked about how immigration is tearing up the fabric of our society. how having people have to hide, even though they're working full time engage in the supporting our communities , just wrong, we need the people need to fix it. now we can have different perspectives, at least talk about it, doing it. >> that's what you want people to do. you want people talking about it, once at the same timetable, that's when solutions can begin to form? >> absolutely, i call it holy curiosity. that's what we need. virtue for the 21st century. holy curiosity, where i find out your story, how you think about it, and i listen to you, what a radical thought in this political rem many. other piece second virtue, sacred gossip. you need to share what you
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found out. so one is listening. but the other then is sharing different perspectives. i mean, we heard at the republican convention how people were frighten, fearful. well, look, that's their reality. so we need to share it, let people know. we also hear that they had a lard time thinking what gave them hope. that will worries me. so we gave them some. we tried to give ours. but we listened to them. >> can i sign the bus? >> of course please. >> here we have t i just put my name on here, doesn't matter. >> doesn't matter where just means you are willing to talk. >> i'm willing to talk. >> what do you do tomorrow? tell me what's tomorrow? >> well, i'm going to sleep. that's for sure. tomorrow first we have a rally, and after the 9:00 a.m. rally, we're going to bed. taking a nap. we've been almost three weeks on the road. and we're dead. >> i like what you are doing. i like to hear approachable as nuns, i like that you're approachable as conversational is cents, pretty cool, and the lemonade thing genius.
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>> so much fun. like a picnic, we are all comfortable. >> thank you. and i know you're very busy, i know you had to wake up early. appreciate it. >> glad to do it. >> i love it. mike and alex, i shared with them that a guy from their team, his holiness, the pope, was here. they heard about it apparently. they new he was in town. >> oh, did they? >> it was a subtle clue. >> wonder how they found out. >> i was in all of the papers, saw it on couple of websites, thanks. >> carrier pigeon came and toll me. >> and smoke signals. >> yes. >> the reason of terror is over, folks, how boa constrictor that was loose was finally caught in a local neighborhood. man, freak me out.
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was happy to finds his 06 pounds snake safe unisonal. it is legal to have a bow a constrictor as a pet in a home in paulsboro. i know what you are thinking, why do they have that pet? it is legal, folks. >> i know what i am thinking, i am not moving to paulsboro even though it is a lovely community. optimistic president obama last night takes the stage here in philadelphia. the special moment he shared with hillary clinton. >> after calling her the most qualified person ever to run for president. >> and steve, protests continue today. >> reporter: mike, i found the one bar in philadelphia you have not visited yet in your lifetime. welcome to the bernie bar here at 20th and paterson. and mike, if you come and you pull out one of the red barstools, i'll serve you the number one drink here, unfortunately, it is purified drinking water straight up. no rocks, sadly, too hot. pea past .
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from the fox 29 studios, this is "good day philadelphia". >> there has never been a men or a woman, not me, not bill, nobody, more qualified than hillary clinton, to serve as president of the united states of america. a powerful endorsement from president obama, why he feels the former first lady is such a strong candidate. >> plus? >> i humbly except my party's
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nomination to be vice president of the united state. >> tim kaine officially become the vp nominee. hear his pick to voters. >> tonight moments, as president obama takes the stage, several protesters break into secure area, why police were able to keep everyone safer. >> final day of the dgc, hillary set to take the stage watcher she is says when she accepts the official nomination tonight? >> after all that, alex and bring at the one of the biggest parties i've seen all week, over at the after can american museum, line stretched like two blocks, and we went over to morgan's peer, great venue for another dnc party. >> the naacp, having reception book, we went to that, it was hot, muggy, but they had cooling fans i

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