tv CBS Evening News With Scott Pelley CBS October 10, 2016 6:00pm-6:30pm MST
captioning sponsored b captioning sponsored by cbs >> pelley: a party divided. the top elected republican says he will not defend or campaign for donald trump. and, the sunday debate exposes a rift with trump's running mate. >> he and i haven't spoken, and i disagree. >> pelley: also tonight, aftertt by floodwaters in north carolina. >> reporter: you slept on the >> roof? >> pelley: and, samsung puts production of cell phones on hold after the replacements overheat. >> i look over and my phone's on fire. this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: this is our western edition. the storm is gone, but the
declared a major disaster in north carolina, where hundreds are trapped by floodwaters from hurricane matthew. the storm killed at least 25 people in the southeast, nearly half in north carolina. more than a million homes and businesses in the south are without power, and some rivers are rising to record levels. floodwaters topped a levee in lumberton, north carolina, and mark strassmann is there. >> reporter: all day on martin luther king drive-->> >> reporter: --rescue teams from at least five states pulled out lumberton's stranded residents. >> you all right? >> yeah. >> reporter: the mayor told us 1,000 people needed rescuing, many of them elderly or physically unable to leave on ul their own. choppers pulled some of them off rooftops. others came out two to a boat, or by the truckload. >> thank god, we're saved! >> reporter: jamie and alex hayes were rescued with their son. so you were glad to see these guys. >> yes, very, very glad.
>> i've been in town all my life, that's 53 years. i've never seen it like this,eee never. >> it's a lake now. >> reporter: matthew dumped 15 inches of rain here over the weekend. the nearby lumber river swelled to 24 feet, almost three times its average, swamping this city of 20,000 people. >> we woke up, i was that deep in water. i had to take, and get on top of the apartment to sleep. >> reporter: you slept on the roof? >> slept on the roof. >> reporter: treox and daughter tressie only had time to stuff three trash bags. >> my water is that deep in the house. we lost everything. >> reporter: everything? >> everything but what i brought on me, some clothes and a blanket and a pillow. >> reporter: more then 100 motorists lined up for gas in lumberton. flood relief is now governor pat mccrory's challenge. >> this is going to be a prolonged hurricane for us, even though the skies are blue. >> reporter: lumberton is in for a long week. the river isn't expected to
>> pelley: mark, where are all these people going? >> scott, many of them have no place to go. this side of the city is lower income and congested. finding shelters for people gets harder when buildings have no power and no water. about 800 folks are in shelters now, but the mayor told me he's looking to open more shelters. >> pelley: and you'll have a great deal more on this on "cbs this morning" tomorrow. mark strassmann in the middle of the emergency, thank you. matthew killed hundreds of people in haiti. a u.s. navy warship is delivering supplies, and another ship is on the way. vladimir duthiers is in jeremie tonight. >> reporter: more than a week after matthew rampaged across haiti, elise adette still has no idea if her family is alive. but your parents, your mother, your brother? >> my family. >> reporter: your family, you don't know? >> i don't know. >> reporter: she and her three- year-old daughter have been staying with neighbors, waiting
80% of the buildings here have been damaged or destroyed. jeff jeanty had nowhere to go when the storm hit. >> the first house. >> reporter: yeah? >> the roof was lift. >> reporter: wow, the first house next door, the roof came flying. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. i called them, "come in here, come in here." then they come. >> reporter: and then your roof? >> yeah. >> reporter: wow. celise alize and her three children survived after the roof 145-mph winds. this is where they cook. she didn't have much before the storm-- now she has even less. that's breadfruit. that's all they have to eat right now. power is still out. water and food is scarce. many roads are still impassable, and the grim task of counting the dead has only begun.
get much-needed relief to the hardest-hit areas. rear admiral cedric pringle: >> this is an opportunity to make a difference for someone else. you know, it's really a complex evolution where we're bringing in a lot of pieces of heavy equipment, but we're bringing it in to do good. >> reporter: but the biggest fear is a return of cholera. after a catastrophe like this, elise says worse things can come. people will get sick, they're exposed to cholera and fever. the last outbreak of cholera in haiti killed at least 10,000 people and sickened hundreds of thousands more. and, scott, doctors without borders is telling us they've already treated 39 cases of the disease. >> pelley: vladimir duthiers in haiti for us tonight. vlad, thanks. on to politics now. one day after the debate, the "real clear politics" average of major polls shows donald trump trailing hillary clinton by more than five points. and our cbs news election team
come from that far back this late in a campaign to win. the republican standard bearer continues to lose support of party members who can neither stand nor bear him, and here's major garrett. >> the last 72 hours has framed what this election is all about. >> reporter: congressional republicans couldn't agree more. today in a conference call, house speaker paul ryan told g.o.p. colleagues he would no longer defend trump. "the speaker is going the spend the next month focused entirely majority," said ryan's spokeswoman ashlee strong. >> reporter: ryan told colleagues angered by trump's sexually aggressive and profane remarks in this 2005 video to run from the candidate if necessary, or stand with him if their constituents are, too. in other words, don't feel obligated to support your party's nominee. on twitter trump said, "paul
illegal immigration, and not waste his time on fighting republican nominee." on the call, some republicans like dana rohrbacher of california and trent franks of arizona lashed out at ryan for dumping on trump and urged republicans to help their nominee recover. on the stump in suburban pittsburgh, trump said he already had. >> how many have watched the debate last night? how many of you? ( cheers and applause ) good, did we do good? >> reporter: trump continued to downplay the video, s rumors swirled more tapes could be released. >> i was getting beaten up for 72 hours on all the networks for inappropriate words 12 years ago, locker room talk, whatever you want to call it. if you look at bill clinton, far worse. mine are words, his was action. >> reporter: after bringing up president bill clinton's extramarital affairs tonight, trump today threatened more. >> if they want to release more
things, we'll continue to talk about bill and hillary clinton doing inappropriate things. >> reporter: lost in the the nastiness, trump's admission last night he hasn't paid personal federal income taxes in years. scott, even so, trump said he will not release his tax returns or produce evidence, they are, as he often says, under active i.r.s. audit. >> pelley: major garrett, following the campaign. major, thank you. not even trump's running mate is running in lock step. here's dean reynolds. two days ago said donald trump's crude comments on his relations with women were indefensible, today defended the man who made them. >> you know, it takes a big man to know when he's wrong, and to admit it, and to have the humility to apologize and to be transparent and vulnerable with people. and donald trump last night showed that he's a big man. >> reporter: while sources told cbs news pence was apoplectic
interviewers trump was guilty of little more than a poor choice of words. >> donald trump made it clear that those were words, only words, last night, that he hasn't engaged in any of that behavior, and i believe him. >> reporter: something of a policy gap between the two opened up last night on syria, with trump brusquely rejecting pence's call for u.s. military action against the russian- backed assad regime for attacking its own people. >> he and i haven't spoken, and i disagree. he unusual led to several conversations between the two and to pence's insistence that there is no disagreement now, that the debate moderator had misstated his position to trump, even though it was read to him verbatim. pence is mindful that fellow republicans are abandoning trump at an alarming rate, but said any suggestion he might follow suit is false. and yet the indiana governor is in an awkward position of
replaced, by pence. when he tried to explain how he could be against trump's words but not against trump, the indiana governor cited his christian faith, scott. "i believe in forgiveness," he said. i am proud to stand with donaldn trump. >> pelley: dean reynolds, thanks. nancy cordes is with hillary clinton. >> did anybody see that debateiy last night? ( cheers and applause ) >> reporter: it might have been popping new poll numbers. either way, in detroit today, clinton was practically giddy. >> what's exciting to me is that we're getting more and more support, not just from democrats, but from independents and republicans. >> reporter: hoping to pick off more of them, her campaign released four ads, featuring g.o.p. voters who have already made the switch. >> so, i'm crossing party lines and voting for hillary.
smart. >> reporter: her aides argue trump's personal attacks last night-- >> the devil. >> reporter: --show he's now more focused on stoking his base than expanding it. >> and believe me, she has tremendous hate in her heart. >> reporter: trump's troubles were a welcome distraction from the wikileaks release of 2,000 more hacked emails from clinton campaign chairman john podesta's account. the first batch on friday included long-sought-after passages from clinton's paid speeches to wall street.th the banking industry she has criticized on the trail. today's batch revealed the inner workings of her campaign press machine, spinning her positions on sensitive issues like the keystone x.l. oil pipeline. in one email from last august, a top aide writes, "we're trying to find a good way to leak her opposition to the pipeline without her having to actually say it and give up her principled stand about not second guessing the president in public." apparently they never found a way.
>> i don't think it's in the best interest of what we need to do to combat climate change. >> reporter: despite clinton's recent surge here in ohio and elsewhere, her aides say they need more data before deciding whether to try to expand the battleground map to include a handful of red states, states like utah and arizona and georgia, where the race was already unexpectedly close, scott, before this weekend's developments. >> pelley: nancy cordes, thanks very much. with the spef dumping trump today to campaign for congressional republicans, we asked julianna goldman to tell us how likely it is that the republican house or republican senate could change hands. >> how about it, huh? >> reporter: by holding the emergency call with his members today, house speaker paul ryan all but acknowledged that the tape showing donald trump bragging about sexual assault is now threatening republican
30 seats to take control of the house and just five seats to win back the senate. since friday, more than 70 republicans, including ryan, have denounced trump, but the speaker isn't one of the at least 27 who rescinded their endorsement. it's a rhetorical tightrope to avoid alienating trump's core supporters, who polls show are voting for down-ballot republicans and may be even more galvinized after trumps flame throwing after last night's debate. >> because you'd be in jail. >> reporter: but democrats smell blood, and have alread cutting ads for hitting opponents for waiting until now to dump trump. >> where did you stand on joe mccarthy? george wallace? this is one of those moments. >> reporter: like this one out today, from ohio democrat ted strickland, who has fallen far behind republican senator rob portman. >> history will judge rob portman a coward. wh what will we do? >> reporter: today, senate majority leader mitch mcconnell said he won't weigh in on the election. scott, one group that is
which also said today that it will still provide money and other resources to the republican nominee. >> pelley: julianna goldman, thanks. two missiles were fired yesterday on an american destroyer in the red sea. the missiles came from yemen, where rebels are fighting the u.s.-backed government. the u.s.s. "mason" used what the pentagon called "onboard defensive measures," and the missiles crashed into the sea. coming up next on the "cbs evening news," tde police officers, one a new mom, the other due to retire. and later, samsung takes drastic action, as more of its smartphones overheat. ? we asked people to write down the things they love to do most on these balloons.
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rn on saturday as they answered aof routine call. john blackstone is there. >> pelley: palm springs, john blackstone is there. >> reporter: a growing memorial in palm springs is dominated by large photos of the two murdered police officers, lesley zerebny, 27, mother of a four-month-old daughter, and jose gilbert vega, 63, who was due to retire in december. chief bryan reyes leads a department and a city innd a c mourning:>> pray for the palm springs p.d., it's now. >> reporter: the two officers were on a call to a domestic disturbance when they were gunned down through a closed door. ( gunfire ) the sound of dozens of gunshots was captured by a security camera. after a 12-hour battle with police, an alleged gang member, john felix, 26, was forced out. there was no apparent motive for the shooting. it's becoming more common. >> there's an awful lot of hate
ing more com government in general. just for simply wearing a uniform. >> reporter: vega was working an overtime shift. zerebny was just off maternity leave. her husband was an law enforcement officer. >> i watched him look his wife in the eyes in the hospital, kiss her on the forehead and say their good-byes. >> reporter: at a vigil sunday night, officer vega's family spoke of the man who has been taken from them. >> i want to say my grandpa was a really, really good man. he always talked to me about his job. >> reporter: the two officers honored here are the first to be killed in the line of duty in palm springs in more than 50 years. their accused killer may appear in court tomorrow. scott, he could face the death penalty. >> pelley: john blackstone at police headquarters for us tonight.
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>> pelley: today, samsung put millions of customers on hold. the company stopped all sales and exchanges of the galaxy note 7. don dahler is following this. >> reporter: last tuesday, kentucky resident michael klering woke up to the smell of smoke. >> i look over and my phone's on fire. >> reporter: he traded in his first galaxy note 7 a week earlier. >> the phone is supposed to be the replacement, so you would have thought it was safe. it wasn't plugged in. it wasn't anything. it was just sitting there. >> reporter: last month, samsung recalled 2.5 million galaxy note 7 phones to replace the lithium batteries. however, the new batteries haven't prevented all the phones from overheating. dan ackerman covers the tech
>> initially, we thought it was simply a battery from a specific battery supplier. but these replacement phones have batteries from a different supplier. then obviously the issue is somewhere else. it may be the design of the battery itself, it may be another component, it may be a combination of issues. >> reporter: the latest incidents have now forced new action by samsung. in a statement to cbs news, the company said, "samsung will ask all carrier and retail partners globally to stop sales and exchanges of the galaxy note 7 while the investigation is taking place." >> this was a big, sort of flagship, look-at-me phone with the curved edges and a screen as big as the biggest iphone. it was definitely meant to be their big holiday-push phone. >> reporter: and it's not going to be that. >> it's definitely not going to show up in a lot of stockings for christmas. >> reporter: the note 7 was samsung's biggest shot yet at its greatest rival, apple, after the unenthusiastic reception to the iphone 7. scott, industry analysts say suspending sales of this model could cost samsung $630 million
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when we have an 8-year-old missing not many calls take precedence. >> two missing girls and both found safe. but tonight, the big question still surrounding the cases. a consignment store robbed and security changes taking and there's one more presidential debate left, how a valley high school senior got chosen to watch it in person. one wish before they face off. and you see campaign signs all around the valley. the majority are stuck on public property. it came as as a big surprise when it was one and then 18 more showed up on her private property.
>> there are two signs here. >> linda had no idea who mcgee was. >> i can't tell what she's running for. >> that started to change last week when she walked outside her home and found this. >> the state senate candidate hammered 19 campaign signs on her property would the permission. >> she did it or had someone do it. >> to prove it, she broke out a here and this story started wednesday when she spotted one sign on her property line at northern and central. >> i requested her to take it down in 48 hours with my name and telephone number. >> but she never heard back, but they did return and put up 18 more signs. >> we tried calling the campaign and haven't heard back. >> you can leave a message.