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he's not for you. senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. announcer: now on chasing news. reporter: the naked trump statute made national headlines. it is a vision, indeed. >> where is it now? is it then trash? >> it was supposed to look like what donald trump sold. >> yes, it is better than a naked hillary, right? >> right. >> which have to know but i have to know. >> if you don't respond to the lawsuits, the court assumes, eveningsly, you cont have any objections. bill: did she wake up one day and say "where is that rain $800?" >> what does the future old? maybe the answer lies in political tar row cards. governor chris christie, secretary hillary clinton, president obama.
the past, present, the future. >> does anyone walk away saying, wow, you are a loser, you are going to die soon? does that ever happen. bill, you are chasing a story, many people say that cannot be unseen. naked trump. reporter: it is a vision, i deed. the naked trump statute made national headlines, when it was placed in union square in new york city and several cities across the country. on the city mayor, bill de blasio weighed in on the naked trump statute saying that is a frightening thought. when he is wearing clothes, i done like him. when the naked statute was placed in union square, this were huge crowds surrounding it. it got so much attention, the new york city parks department ended up confiskating it. what hap phoned the statute? so i chased this to the new york city parks department building, went inside and asked them. i am trying to track down the naked trump statute in
union square that you confiscated. is where it now? is it in the flash she gave me the number to the main press office. so i call that number from the car. i am trying to track down the naked trump statute that the parks department confiscated. i called the nypd. i asked them where is the naked trump statute. >> i am sorry. what outlet are you calling from again? >> chasing news. >> most likely in the property. >> the woman on the phone could not specify in which office it was. >> thin spoke to the artist who created this firestorm across the country. the artist. i spoke to him. i said, so are you concerned, that this statute is now in nypd custody if. >> i thought it was in a dumb now. i had no idea. its the first i heard that the nypd confiscated it. >> you need permits for everything. that was what am told. the parks department told met is promo col because
there is no permit to be placed in a space. that is why the nypd. well, i askedded ginger more the sculpture. the whole intention was for it to be dash to well, it was supposed to look like what donald trump's soul would look like if we were lacking into it. it was not fat shaming or transphobic, or anything like that. it is meant to show is a horrible person on the inside. we were taking a look inside to see what he is really liked. >> i askeded if he got any reaction from trump. we know trump loves to tweet any time he feels he has been scorned by someone? >> i would anticipate what he would do. i believe the campaign manager may have him under lock and key. >> he has gotten a lot of fan mail and hate mail. the fan mail has outweighed the hate mail. >> i have received a lot of physical threats, where they told me they were going to cut my (beep) off. they were going to erase
me once they came into power. you know, all sorts of crazy stuff like that. the crazy thing -- what is the next step for you? he said, they have molds. there could be other statutes popping up in new york across the east coast coming. i quits is better than a naked hillary, right? >> that is that. i don't know. >> i loved he is adding. high-speed chase. ashley, start us off. reporter: i love kick boxing. honestly, i think the guys and gals can give me a run for my money. check out the seniors kicking butt in a california retirement home. all the students love the class saying it has improved their life from head to toe. even symptoms of parkinson's all zi mer's andy mean. nor woman, the real benefits burning calories. >> a woman after my own heart.
♪ >> dogs and kayaks, chasing geese. what do you got? reporter: yeah, hays right, bill. it is pretty rare in nyc. they are few and far between, when you see grassy spot, covered with bird extrament, it is super disappointing, so one park around the city, here in 1996, has appointed a special team to keep their green clean. border collie. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ they are enemies. canadian geese disturbed by the presence of the dogs because they resemble the only predator. now, meet avon, herd geese away from the park along the hudson and the trainer and coworker. >> good luck throughout, boys. go get them. reporter: together, the dynamic duo chased the geese away in unconventional way, the kayak. >> we get to the kayak.
avon gets end with me. we paddle after them. then, i get in the come man, he jumps out and swims after them. i go one way. he goes the other. >> you are the herder as well. u a tag team. >> he does most of the work. reporter: the idea came billion to get the geese out in a humane way. >> i am sure many people wonder what a collie is doing out on a kayak. and it really does, as you can see, it just, the collie was just out here. and the geese were gone for now. >> yeah. >> that is mat lynn wills. she hired the company new jersey based because she makes as many meas and tweets as she can to make han tain that they receive. >> well, it pis innovative, kind way of dealing with situation that can be a little bit, um, abrasive to certain people, who want to also use the lawn be seeds the geese. they started doing this back in 2012 and saw
result, so this year, when the birds showed up, once again in the ving. theyle ad upon their favorite team to go into action. >> now the company em pros two dozen border collies, most of whom live with the company's owners or trainers, but to her, of aob is so much more than that. what is the favorite part of the zoo i get to work with my best friend all day, everyday. >> reporter: to see the guys get after the geese, head up the peer at 96 at 55th street ap the hudson river. break out at 6:00 a.m. and again around sunset. the guess like to squat and hang out. so the geese, each one, poops a pound a day. so they are driving them somewhere. where will are they going? reporter: they are driving them back to the water that they will cross back over. bill: all right. to jersey? why are they not just poisoning the geese?
for the safety, environmental quality, drinking water, honestly? we could use few less geese, no? reporter: we are friendly here in nyc. we're no long are the rudest stin america. we want to be kind. bill: it is environmentally friendly. actual i, it is potentially dangerous, probably ridiculous. i think there is a simpler way to do this. i don't know. poop? i don't know. >> dinner. it is simple. bill: well, i don't think the canada geese are god eat. a little poison to thin the herd or the flock. thanks. >> reporter: you got it. bill: you are chasing governor christie. there was development in the legislature, the democrats in the new
jersey legislature wanted to make the already toughest right to carry laws in the nation even tougher, but they were met with governor christie veto. what do you got? reporter: that is right. that is the question. issued a per note it car raise gun, or issued a permit to carry, if you have basic requirements and a threat. it is a national topic. one that took center stage in trenton on wednesday. what is the impact? i do ok? i dime the source. gun force hire in woodland park to find out. i am ready. >> good for them but not for me. [gunfire] >> right next to mine. reporter: i am natural, you know? >> i am natural. >> i am so happy. reporter: christies' veto
of a justifiable need to carry permit comes at time that the ap says more americans are for are gun control laws. >> well, political grandstanding because pe is on the trump train. he has eight years to do this. he is doing it now because he doesn't want the nra and the gun foam crash down on him. it helps. the second amendment people. will take it. >> supporters of the veto point to statistics like this showing that murder rates have actually dropped in areas where right to carry permits are on the rise. >> the crime rate is not nearly as high as new jersey's prime rate. part of the rinse because more people are allowed to carry guns. reporter: christie streed another measure on wednesday. this time, requiring retail tors stock up on mart guns, guns that are designed to only fire with the authorized users. i refer to them as not so smart guns. i don't trust anything that has battery that could be hacked? everything in this world
could be hacked today. right? i had to add rain in. sorry. bill: let me ask you a personal question. with would you be comfortable jim the right to carry? a are ry in floor dan the 1990's, crimes against women. murders started troping precipitously because it was young women who had pushed for the change in legislation. what about you? reporter: well, i am thinking the day's en event where you have girls going out on the street and then turning up missing. i think it is not. i soon have to ex rose from somebody what kind of threat. the realities, i am a target. bill: all right. thanks, diana. >> thanks. bill: good job. >> no. can? >> if you don'tp respond to the solutes, the court assumes, eventually, you don't have any objection.
spotted racktition outside of home in new mexico. >> hey. that is good. bill: he has some great skills pat he wered after harrison ford in the indiana jones movies. there were no charges against the kid for rolling a bullet around in front of the neighbors or the creep mo who decided to get the child. >> reporter: there means we have a new bartender of the month for metropolis knights magazine. this month, the oktoberfest bartender of the month. >> hi, chasing news. i am the bartender in jersey city new jersey. reporter: she works at zeppelin hall in jersey city, new jersey, which is a beer garden. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ bill: chasing news studios, trenton, new jersey, back p back porch weather. overnight, august 25, 2016. philadelphia, cool, clear weather is over.
stop your gold bricking. scattered showers overnight possible with a 20% chance of thunderstorms friday afternoon. don't like it? cry me a river. central jersey, friday day, no party. highs in the low 90's. hero. the chance of thunderstorms in the afternoon. you will be laying ob the beach this weekend with susy and sally. next week, the rain, all hell breaks lose tuesday. new york, new york, big city. big time. big time. big deal. you get the same weather everybody else does. a chance of thunderstorms friday afternoon. temperature, highs in the low 90's. you have been briefed. you are now accountable nor information. out. ♪ bill: i was trying to find out more about the $851 the midland funding llc, a company, had garnished in the bank account of a hard-working home health aide whose story i had brought on wednesday.
mary didn't remember having a citibanking card which was listed as the source of the debt. >> you are telling me, i don't owe any citibank money if. >> the tin, they purchased debt, they pay pennies on the dorr dolle lar for them, then, they sue people. they get very little documentation with the accounts they purchased. they file suits in huge volumes. >> so i went to middlesex county to get the full court docket on the case. in ed cry, it lists just the amount that was current as of december 20th, 2009 when the account went into default but nowhere it did in kate credit card statements. thand debt and show you to start the case. this is from the court. this race the court. this was filed as part of the case at midland funding made in 2011. you can see this
december 20, 200. you don't have a credit card statement. you don't have the time, place, want the actual charges first start. according to john, of mesa, arizona, lawyer who rep sense a lot of people playing companies which is not uncommon in the industry. >> well, you know, i will not say they don't have legitimate accounts, but i can tell you, the is as that i see, i do on a dally pass sis. they are severely lacking. actually pursue a case in the court. >> well, the companies like mid lan pay as little as four cents on the dollar to get the right to co look credit cards medical be a the insurance companies had give opinion up on. they get to keep the full amount if the collection is successful. so they have to show, not only who the original was. they v to show how they calculated it. they have to show the payment history, all of that. and they also have to show how it is that they actually got it. >> the problem with people like mary run into. they either don't know that this case has been filed against them or they
ig no are the warnings that come through the mail. meaning the default judgment can issued from the court and you have no defense be a awards the does that creditor anyway. reporter: the problem fis don't respond to the solute, the court assumes that eventually, you don't have have anyob jones what its they are allege out this there. i went back to mary. she decide she would hire a lawyer to put in what is called a motions to vacateout try to go through the process of to find out if she was targeted correctly. >> i don't mind paying the money. right. >> but i have to know exlay what the money is. >> absolutely. >> right. >> right. >> and i mean, i cannot just throw $1,000 away. >> did she wake up one day ap say where is that rain $800? she went though pank. >> she went to the bank. >> that is unbelievable. that you wouldn't at least get a phone dral the bank saying this has happened. a yeah. main. bill, you how did she not notice before when you have money $800 may not
feel like a big thing but when you feel broke, you feel every single cent. >> anybody should notice $800. >> i would notice $8 from may account. the question is: how did she not know any of this inlike these are certified letters he when they get returned. the bank would with give think courtesy call that this happened. that is, that is why people are fighting for more consume protection laws. not this. how do people not get noticed. all right. keep us posted. all right. ok. >> the past, present and the future. >> what does the future hold? >> haib the answer lies fin political tarot cards. governor chris christie, president obama. >> who is though death card? >> guess who is back? ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ harlem is on the rise ♪ ♪ new york city ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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the option of using a nuclear weapon against our western european allies. max boot: this is not somebody who should be handed the nuclear codes. charles krauthammer: you have to ask yourself, do i want a person of that temperament controlling the nuclear codes? and as of now, i'd have to say no. [bill o'reilly sighs] ♪ >> this video made me want to go
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>> hands down. welcome back video i have ever seen. the future lies within the political card. >> what does the futured? >> well, that is question on aloft pem's minds. the election coming up. you may be feeling a lot of uncertainty. maybe the answer lies in political tarro cards ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> yes. political cards. like in union square to get a read aring for myself. i met with a vase linger. she is the creator of political cards. i with will have like if cards and turn them upside down for me. reporter: the art bice hond the cards. all the cards have notable politicians like governor chris christie. as well as secretary hillary clinton and president obama and array of other politicians. i ad the magician which is jerry johnson the tower and the hang man, sarah palin. >> this is the past, the
present and the future. even though they are all republican, i will forgive you. after he read my cad, he told me, i am up for big changes and i may be starting a revolution, bill, maybe this is my year. maybe am a going to start a revolution. now, i asked why she cree it a the card. well, actually, i met recently. it took me composed and everything. with all of the bernie and the trump and hillary, it is just all got to be too much. >> with the heated political debate and with all the feelings going on right now. i asked if she has gotten any blow brack the card sh. how do people feel about them? the past, present a the future. >> no glob. >> ok. no. no. >> what do you think of thes a political aspect into yeah. if it is relevant to today's political climate, really. it is good as well. having ted cruz. not everybody will think that.
>> in fact, one man, he needed to head in the right direction. he just got out of prison. pe is looking to do the right thing. >> right. >> you know, a year, you are right. >> you are not sure who it was. right. right. you know where you are going to. you can do it. right. >> i told him, he needs to be determined and less determined. >> motivation. everything will be fine. trust me. >> reporter: to so if you want to bra be the card, you can go on-line. travels around. the cards are on-line t. they are are 15. >> you can buy the cards on-line? >> yeah. >> yeah. >> she charged for reading? reporter: she does. $10 or half reading is $20. >> whos the death hard? reporter: the death card is ted cruz. >> what is the one card she has seen over and over
again when someone pulse it, it shut themselves down. >> the trump card was definitely the one with the biggest reaction. >> what kill mess. she was there probably an hour. ten people paid $10 for each of the readings. an hour. i am about ready to head over there. >> come on, now. >> it is sugarland. i is a different way. we are having a good time. >> backhoe, modified into spin ride, diggers that 5-year-olds can drive. cars, you name it. the kids love construction here. that is the pass sis for the whole park. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
for senate, a clear difference. katie mcginty: for background checks, for banning assault weapons, and banning high-capacity ammunition clips. and pat toomey? against an assault
weapons ban and against banning high capacity ammo clips like those used in the orlando massacre. listen to pat toomey brag: "i have had a perfect record with the nra." pat toomey gets an "a" from the nra. he's not for you. senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising.
(marge groaning) d'oh! (tires screeching) (grunts) (sizzling, popping) (groans) excuse me? i'm having trouble with the on-off button on my phone. okay, let me check your settings, your photos. i don't see why you need to do that. wow, that guy's really fat. that's my husband! ohh! let me talk to another salesman. oh, i'm not a salesman. i'm just a guy in a blue shirt. oh! okay, maggie, from now on, we only talk to people at stores with name tags. i've said it before, but this time, i mean it. (tires screech) (gasps) what happened? oh, someone snuck into the construction site, stole a bulldozer and went joyriding all over town.