hillary clinton's to lose? we'll ask top foreign policy advisers to both campaigns. >>> plus, after mof searching. has the never-trump movement found its man? does this former cia agent stand from abc news, it's "this week." here now, co-anchor martha raddatz. >> good morning. we're only halfway through august. it's fair to say the gop presidential nominee donald trump is in a full summer slide. "time" magazine went so far as calling it a meltdown. and this morning, "the new york times" reports that mr. trump's advisers believe he's nearly out of time to right his campaign. and our latest abc news presidential race ratings show a grim picture for trump based on voting history in the latest head-to-head polling. the electoral map now strongly favorers clinton. with 22 states either solid or leaning democratic, which would give her 275 electoral votes if the election were held today. enough to win the white house. and while ordinarily, we would say, it's just august. at some point, the question trump's campaign passed the point of no return? at the heart of donald trump's slide, his inabi
and nw that they have grown i into an effective e force, w we want mof this. not less of it. this is not about an organization, it is about empowering people. the most -- the more folks are doing that, the better. i think our revolution is going to add a huge contribution for that. i really appreciate the candidates support they have gotten. they h have certainly y raised n ,f money bernie's campaign raisised money for tim canova's campaign, and help nationalize that race. there's a lot more to go and i think a lot of positive contributions for them to make, and we sororely hope to be workg with them as well as other ororganizations to do that. amy: jim dean, thank you for joining us, chair of democracy for america, founded in 2004 by former presidential candidate and d dnc chair governor howard dean. when we come back, more with pulitzer prize winning journalist glenn greenwald. stay with us. ♪ [music break] amy: this is democracy now!, democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. we're continuing ouour conversation with glenn greenwald, pulitzer prize-winning jour
toward the south and east now. mof the next hour or so is going to continue diminish. just a few leftover showers. then some brightening of the skies. an isolated shower through the evening. we'll be coolest at the coast. tomorrow in the 80s. bright sunshine looks good. mid-80s on thursday. near 90 on friday. it will be humid, too saturday will be there -- there will be a chance of a thunderstorm. it will be dry and mostly sunday. >> we want to tell you about an accident happening on route 495 south in andover. this is slowing you down a little bit but nothing too hectic. as we head south, we're hearing reports of a rollover. this is happening at exist 16. massdot and also mass state police are reporting this accident. so just be aaward if either of these are part of >>> breaking news this morning. a murder investigation is why und way in salem. the d.a.'s office says a woman was killed in what appears to be a domestic situation. this was at a home on chandler street. one suspect is in custody. he's going to be in court today. police were called to the scene earlier this morning.
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