can dits insults reaching a new low. >> look at those hands. are they small hands. >> amidst the rematch with megyn kelly. off the debate stage. >> donald trump is a phony. >> firing back against mitt romney. >> he would have dropped to his knees. >> plus sports reporter and dancing with the stars co-host erin andrews viral nightmare. taking the stand in her civil suit over a secretly recorded video by a stalker and addressing the painful false accusations that it was a publicity stunt. 30 years after the original. >> let's go. >> i'm sorry. >> it's the return of ghost busters with an all female crew. the hotly anticipated first look at the reboot. who you going to call? but first, the nightline five. >> the products work together
good evening, thanks for joining us. the blistering attacks against donald trump continuing tonight on the debate stage. among the fearest jabs the charges of fraud surrounding trump university. tonight we are with one former trump university student suing trump but making a surprising declaration. >> just when you thought it
debate to go even lower, donald belt. his own belt. >> look at those hands. are they small hands? and he referred to me hands. if they're small, something else must be small. i guarentee you, there's no problem. i guarentee it. >> marco rubio accused him of shipping jobs overseas. >> he can start tonight by announcing that all the donald j. trump clothing will not be made in china and mexico but here in the united states. >> ted cruz accused him of telling the voters one thing about education and the new york times editorial board another. release the tapes. >> you're the one. >> why are you hiding the tapes? >> i have given my answer lying ted. i've given my answer. >> the whole thing at tile fight. >> i have a policy question for >> let's see if he answers it.
don't worry about it little marco, i will. >> let's hear it big donald. >> and leaving it to cruz to play peacemaker. >> breathe, breathe. you can do it. you can breathe. i know it's hard. >> when they're done with the yoga can i answer a question? >> you cannot. i really hope that we don't see yoga on this stage. >> he's very flexible. >> the party of lincoln is a house divided against itself. >> donald trump is a phony. a fraud. his promises are as worthless as a degree from trump university. >> the party now in a full scale civil war. >> he's playing the members of the american public for suckers. he gets a free ride to the white house and all we get is a lousy hat. >> earlier today the 2012 nominee mitt romney publicly attacked the character of the 2016 front runner in the reality show this race has become it's kind of like the bachelor from
bachelor of being a scoundrel. >> think of donald trump's personal qualities. the bullying. the greed. the showing off. the absurd third grade thea tricks. >> today the donald fired back. >> he was begging for my entorsment. i could have said mitt drop to your knees. he would have dropped to his knees. >> trump's son eric tweeted out video of that endorsement. >> being in donald trump's magnificent hotel and having his endorsement is a delight. i'm so honored and pleased to have his endorsement. >> back then romney called trump a model business man. >> donald trump has shown an extraordinary ability to understand how our economy works to create jobs for the american people. >> today, not so much. >> but you say wait, wait, wait, isn't he a huge business success?
no he isn't. and no, he doesn't. his bankruptcies have crushed small businesses and the men and women that work for them. >> today romney practically dared trump to bring it. >> like by the w how he responds to my speech today. will he talk about our policy differences or attack me with every imaginable low road insult. >> mitt is a failed candidate. he failed. he failed horribly. the third -- he failed badly. that was a race i have to say folks that should have been won. >> that was just the appetizer. tonight's debate marks a rematch of sorts between the candidate and one of his toughest inquiz tos. fox news anchor megyn kelly. >> mr. trump. >> nice to be with you megyn. >> nice to have you.
>> thank you. >> you called women you don't like fat pigs, dogs, slobs, and disgusting animals. your twitter account -- >> only rosie o'donnell. >> no it wasn't. [ applause ] >> your twitter account -- >> thank you. >> for the record, it was well beyond rosie o'donnell. >> i'm sure it was. >> the exchange lead to a series of trump tirades. the candidate even suggesting she was having her period. >> you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes. blood coming out of her where ever. >> tonight she questioned him about trump university. a failed business venture that trump claims had an a rating from the better business bureau. >> we went back and looked at this. the rating was a d minus. that's the last publicly available rating in 2010 and it
complaints they had received. >> but it was elevated to an a. >> that's never been released. >> trump university was an business school. >> we teach success. it's going to happen to you. >> as this promotional video shows it offered to teach entrepreneurs the secrets of donald's success. >> if you don't learn from me. if you don't learn from the people we'll be putting forward and these are all people hand picked by me you're not going to make it in terms of the world of success. >> in 2013 the new york state attorney general filed a $40 million fraud lawsuit accusing trump of defrauding more than 5,000 people. some of them for tens of thousands of dollars. there were also two other class action lawsuits brought on behalf of former students demanding their money back. >> i was duped by the donald. >> an anti-trump pact called the america future fund launched a
>> america do not make the same mistake that i did with donald trump. i got hurt badly. >> each of them featuring former trump university students. >> spent about 30,000 dhrs at trump university and all it did was ruin my credit and my life. >> nightline tracked down t.j. thompson that paid $35,000 to attend the school. >> i was a real estate agent at the time and was doing retail real estate and hoped to take it up another notch. she said some of the information was useful but that the course kept promising bigger secrets if she ponied up more money. >> i would call it a sell-a-thon. they would teach us just enough and then say if you want to know more, you to pay x amount more dollars to really get the real information. >> today trump defended the course dismissing the lawsuits as frivolous. essentially the cost of doing business.
any business man or business woman has lawsuits. people sue to get their money back. >> trump has said 98% of the students were happy with trump university. but tonight at the debate megyn kelly pressed him on that. >> this is what the court of appeals found. they said the plaintiffs against you are like the madolph victims. >> she hasn't ruled out voting for donald trump. >> i love donald trump. if i didn't i wouldn't have joined the program. i believed him and i believed his promising and now he's telling large numbers of people that he's going to make america great. i would like my life great. >> but she still wants her money back. i'm david wright for nightline in new york. >> up next, dancing with the stars co-host erin andrews tearful testimony in court. and later, they're back. the ghost busters.
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it's the $75 million question. >> you know your body and i saw it for two seconds and i was like oh my god. >> it was the moment erin andrews says she will never forget. the first time she saw a video of herself naked online. >> i'm naked all over the internet and i don't know when it is. >> the popular sportscaster and dancing with the stars co-host in court suing the man that secretly recorded that video as well as the owners and managers of this national marriott where it all happened for $75 million claiming they made it easy for him to film her in the nude. >> did you know michael barrett? >> no. >> it all began in 2008 when barrett tracked andrews down to this marriott on the vanderbilt campus. >> picks up the phone. calls the hotel here. this is jeff, scott, and erin andrews. i need to confirm our reservation. >> she was there covering
>> it was a big game. vanderbilt was looking good and college game day was coming the week after. >> her espn colleague was on that trip. the jury today hearing his deposition from 2014. >> do you have any observations as to why she was so popular? >> she was very well respected. i think a lot of men also in the 2008 time frame, i think in general, i think they find her very attractive. >> lawyers representing the marriott property owners said he found her room number by sneaking on to an employee phone at the hotel itself calling the operator and asking to be connected. >> i picked up the house phone and i called the operator and asked can i have erin andrews room. they connected me so then i knew what room she was in. >> he removed a portion of the outer peephole from andrews door.
was turned off pulled it in and waited for the opportunity. >> he stands there for 4.5 minutes and videos her. >> that video ended up online. people. video online. out there. i don't know of anyway -- i off. >> andrews blamed barrett but also the hotel. >> i was so angry. this could have been stopped. the marriott could have just called me and said we're putting this man that requested to be next to you, is this okay? and i would have called the cops. >> but the national marriott's lawyer saying the hotel is not at fault arguing that barrett pulled a fast one on them. >> he deceived, he stalked. >> and that he is nothing short of a criminal with a history. >> mr. barrett is testifying that there were some 10 to 15 other women he also stalked. >> for andrews, it's personal.
>> no. >> but after the crying a grueling cross examination for andrews. >> you had done very well in your career since 2008. >> arguing that the nude recordings have not had a negative impact on her career. >> you also got an endorsement for reebok. >> yes. >> you also got an endorsement for degree. >> yes. >> you also got an endorsement for diet mountain dew. >> yes. >> in legal eagles have argued that her career took off after the naked video. i would respond that her career took off in spite of the naked video. >> but in a world where a sex tape is said to have said help catapult kim kardashian to fame. some online questioning her motives. one posting on her instagram just this week. it's everywhere.
she set the entire thing up. another saying even the executives at espn believe you staged the entire thing. it's an opinion andrews has been defending against for years. >> it's a violation. >> opening up to oprah winfrey in 2009. >> i'm sure you heard people say that it could have been a publicity stunt. >> disappointed. especially when it came from females. >> this is not kim kardashian shooting to fame after a sex tape. this is a tomboy turned all american girl next door who fights and works her way to the top and now she has been violated. >> andrews maintaining this incident has caused lasting emotional scars. >> i instantly cover the peephole and then i do a check of the room. i look everywhere. i look for lights. i look for red lights. i look to see if there's
>> at court her father recounting the ordeal. >> i feared for her life. she wouldn't eat. she wouldn't bathe. she wouldn't talk. all she would do is cry. >> he says the job she once loved became terrifying remembering her return to espn in september 2009 after the video was released. >> we had spoken just seconds before she went on the air and she was in tears. >> and even 8 years later he says his daughter still isn't the same. >> she's not the girl that we used to know. >> but in the wake of it all, andrews becoming an advocate pushing antistalking legislation in front of congress in 2010. >> i had no idea just how serious this crime was until it effected my life. >> also that year, sharing her experience with other talking victims on good morning america. >> felt like everywhere i looked everybody was looking. even if nobody was looking at me at all. >> tomorrow, closing arguments
this nightmare will never end. >> it's what happens when my kids come home from school and they're like mom kids are saying you're naked on the internet? that's something that's always in my mind and i'll always have to tell my kids, mommy didn't do anything wrong. >> nightline in nashville, tennessee. >> up next, the ghost busters are back. a first look at the reboot.
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even if you weren't around 30 years ago ghost busters is a pop culture touch stone. our first look at the reboot of the 80s classic. >> it's okay. she seems peaceful. my name is erin gilbert. >> the hail of slime. blessed relief. the ghost busters reboot 32 years later, clearly safe hands. >> the power compels you. >> the director told an excited audience watching this brand new trailer in l.a. there will be a lot of things you're happy to see but coming at you in a slightly different way. last time was 1984. this time -- >> let's go. >> oh i'll let you. >> the main cast is all female. chris hemsworth plays the receptionist. original cast members have
as what, we have no idea. the original, a mold breaking unlikely oscar nominee is now preserved by the library of congress as part of america's cultural heritage. >> we came, we saw, we kicked it's [ bleep ]. >> so the music, the hat, slimer, the car, the twingkie. all that one way in another. i'd be bummed if i didn't see all of that stuff. but those billboards look kind of 1970s. is there time travel this time around? nightline in los angeles. >> the plot thickens. thanks for watching. tune into gma tomorrow morning and as always we're online 24/7-on-our nightline facebook
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