ahead. that's democrat cecilia aguiar-curry for assembly. tara narula. kip moor ♪ ♪ >>> good morning to our viewers in the west. it is thursday, june 2, 2016. welcome back to "cbs this morning." here is more real news ahead, including the two mount everest climbers who shared their adventure on social media. their first interview since coming home here in studio 57. they landed about six hours ago, but first here's today's "eye opener at 8:00." >> trump faced criticism from hillary clinton, but also from a more vocal president obama. >> he makes tough decisions and engaged in diplomacy and she'll argue that trump is incapable of both. >>> hundreds of officers, the fbi and the atf flooded this campus. engineering classes are canceled for the rest of the week. >>> summer is heating up and so is zika. congress did the right thing with ebola, and i hope they do the right thing with zika. >> after reaching record highs, officials hope the brassas river will finally start to fall. >>> the fierce fight for fallujah shows no sign of a letup. government forces meeting heavy resistance. >>> polic
your feet on the board and getting balanced -- >> reporter: here, kip moore is just someone who knows how to skateboard. >> you're pushing off with your right foot. now go. >> reporter: did you know who he was? >> no. >> reporter: no? >> i didn't know his name. he was just teaching me. >> reporter: had you ever heard of him? no? >> like is he famous? >> reporter: yeah. he's famous, all right. thanks to a classic image of country. ♪ a sbong a truck went to -- song about a truck went to the top of the charts. soon his shows were selling out. ♪ for all his success, this is where moore feels at home. >> i came from -- didn't have much. but i saw kids that even had way less than me. i've just always been inspired when i come into these communities to try to do smk, and i look -- do something. and i look around, this is where my core is. ♪ >> reporter: he grew up in south georgia where he got his start playing in bar bands. after college, he headed west to hawaii where he fell in love with surfing and eventually skateboarding. ♪ >> reporter: always he was searching for his purpose.
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