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l penzone. good morning viewers in the west it is thursday, october 20th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." our hard-hitting time presidential debate produces a stunning remark. noan donald trump refuses to say he'll accept the election results. and he accuses hillary clinton of weakening border security. >> clinton says that trump would be the russian president's puppet. our poller voters in battle ground states reveal who they think won the debate. >> bus scam artists target students demanding thousands of dollars to pay a phony tax and tiger woods tells charlie about his comeback. >> we begin with a look at
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in 90 seconds. >> you will absolutely accept the result of this election? >> i will tell you at the time. i'll keep you in suspense. >> donald trump, won't vow to honor election results. >> that's horrifying. and i, for one, am appalled that somebody who is the nominee of one of our two major parties would take that kind of position. >> surely he's not thinking about trying to stage a coup. but it threatens the v foundations of what this nation is about. >> why do you think he did it, mark? >> i'm certain it's not the answer they rehearsed. >> there was a helicopter in the air. >> iraqi and u.s. forces make new gains in the fight to retake mosul. >> what's becoming clear is that this is going to take a lot longer than thought. >> portland, oregon, a powerful natural gas explosion destroyed a building in a shopping district and injured eight people including three firefighters.
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>> officials in the philippines are warning the typhoon could produce catastrophic effects. >> the city is already getting hammered. >> ball game cleveland! for the sixth time ever. you will have a world series. >> all that. >> we're going to security the border but we have some bad hombres here and we're going to get them out. >> that's just offensive. >> why didn't he just say bad dudes. >> because there are dudes that would be offended. >> and all that matters. >> we saw that hillary no regard for law enforcement in america. this time defying not the fbi, but the fashion police by wearing all-white after labor day. >> on "cbs this morning." >> lock her up! >> leading up to the debate trump has repeatedly said this election is rigged. and i've got to say there was some evidence tonight, look what it says behind hillary, right there. rigged. >> i didn't make that up. you can't make that up.
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>> this morning's eye opener is presented by toyota. let's go places. morning," norah and gayle are at the site of last night's presidential debate in las vegas. margaret brennan joins us here in new york. the final debate between donald trump and hillary clinton was full of substance and some fireworks. the candidates argued over the om isis, and choosing supreme court justices. but donald trump made the biggest head line. he refused to say if he will accept the outcome of the election if he does not win. >> in a cbs news battle ground tracker poll out this morning, 63% of likely voters who watched the debate said the candidates should promise to accept the election result. 49% of likely voters in battle ground states believe clinton won the debate, 39% say trump
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norah and gayle led our prime-time coverage last night. they join us from the debate site at the university of nevada-las vegas. a very early good morning to the both of you. >> yeah. >> good morning, margaret. >> good morning, margaret and charlie. that's right. people were stunned when donald trump suggested that he might try to challenge the election if it doesn't go his way. >> there was an audible gasp in the room when he said that. that is the comment everybody is still talking about this morning. but that is not all the candidates had to talk about. major garrett is outside the th biggest moments from last night. major, good morning. >> good morning. there was a deep dive into the issues. abortion, immigration, the supreme court, character, taxes, the federal debt. even entitlements. and for the most part, the disagreements fell along the ideological lines already established in this campaign. what stood out was the disagreement about something that hasn't been disagreeable before. whether this election would be fair, and whether the results would be respected.
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>> what i'm saying is i will tell you at the time. i'll keep you in suspense. >> donald trump would not promise to accept the results of the presidential election. challenging the tradition of a peaceful transfer of power. >> i'm not looking at anything now. i'll look at it at the time. >> that's horrifying. you know, every time done thinks things are not going in his direction he claims whatever it is is rigged against him. >> after the debate trump's campaign manager and running mate said the gop nomiwi are cast. >> he has the prerogative to wait and see how the election comes out. >> active widespread fraud and irregularity, then you know, we'll see. >> on the debate stand trump again denied fume russ allegations of sexual assault. >> the stories are all totally false, i have to say that. i think they want either fame or her campaign did it. and i think it's her campaign. >> clinton said trump's answer revealed his true character. >> donald thinks belittling
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their self-worth. and i don't think there is a woman anywhere who doesn't know what that feels like. >> quoting from stolen private e-mails trump accused clinton of wanting to weaken border security. clinton said the bigger issue was russian espionage. >> will donald trump admit and condemn that the russians are doing this. >> that was a great pivot off the fact that she wants open borders. okay? how did we get on to putin? >> that's because he'd rather >> no puppet. no puppet. >> it's pretty clear -- >> you're the puppet. >> it's pretty clear you won't admit. >> no you're the puppet. >> the russians have engaged -- >> reporter: the puppet show was one of the few edgy clashes. >> he started tweeting that the emmys were rigged. >> should have gotten it. i sat in my apartment today, on a very beautiful hotel down the street -- >> -- >> john podesta said some horrible things about you and
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>> my social security payroll contribution will go up. as will donald's assuming he can't figure out how to get out of it. but what we want to do is replenish the social security trust fund. >> such a nasty woman. >> republicans we talked to after the debate gave trump solid scores. and said while he might not have done enough to win the election, he might have done enough to keep it close. and that, they said, could help senate candidates running down ballot. thdi point loss and a twelve point loss could be five senate seats and control of that body. >> wow. great reporting major. thank you so much. we saw the candidates challenge each other's ideas throughout the debate. but some of the claims on both sides were off the mark. nancy cordes is in the debate spin room to do some fact checking starting with donald trump. nancy, good morning. >> good morning. well, for the third debate in a row, donald trump expressed doubt that russians are behind the recent hackings of democratic groups.
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entire u.s. intelligence community. >> she has no idea whether it's russia, china, or anybody else. >> i am not putting 17 -- >> you have no idea. >> 17 intelligence -- you doubt 17 military and -- >> our country has no idea. >> agencies -- well, he'd rather believe -- >> reporter: in this case clinton had it right. two weeks ago the u.s. intelligence community announced it is confident that the russian government directed the recent compromises of e-mails. on the issue of immigration -- >> h c wall. hillary clinton fought for the wall. in 2006. >> reporter: trump said clinton agreed with his signature proposal. >> i voted for border security. and there are -- >> and the wall >> reporter: we rate trump's claim as partially true. as senator clinton did vote for a bill to build 700 miles of fencing along parts of the 2,000 mile southern border. but not a massive wall, as trump has proposed. trump accused clinton last night
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rallies. >> she's the one and obama that caused the violence. >> reporter: the truth on that score is unclear. democratic contractors were caught on video appearing to plan to provoke trump supporters. but there's no indication clinton's campaign paid for it, or even knew about it. as in previous debates, trump denied making some controversial comments that are immortalized on video. >> he said that he could not possibly have done those things to those women, because they were not attractive enough >> -- to be assaulted. >> i did not say that. believe me, she would not be my first choice, that i can tell you. >> he also went after a disabled reporter, mocked and mimicked him on national television. >> wrong. >> i don't remember! he's going like i don't remember. >> clinton argued last night that her proposals on infrastructure, education, wouldn't add a penny to the national debt. but an independent analysis finds that that's false.
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over ten years. gayle, they say that's still far less than trump, who would add $5.3 trillion to the debt over that same time period. >> all right. that is a big difference. thank you very much, nancy. for now let's send it back to charlie and margaret in new york. hello to you. >> hey, gayle, good morning to you and to norah. thank you. democratic vice presidential nominee senator tim kaine is with us from charlotte, north carolina. senator, good morning. >> good morning, guys. >> what is your response to the notion by donald trump may not respect the election results? and if he does not, what happens? >> well, charlie, that was the big shocker of the evening. there were others. but you know, i lived in honduras as a nationary 35 years ago, and it was a military dictatorship. and i certainly learned there that one of the central pillars of our democracy is people accepting the outcome of elections, and the peaceful transfer of power. and that donald trump would try
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everybody else, and now he's going to insult the very central premise of our democracy, was a huge shocker. i don't exactly know what it means. but it definitely means this. everybody should turn out and vote early voting starts in north carolina today. let's send the biggest mandate we can so that his whines after the election do not attract any followers. >> senator i asked this last night in post debate coverage. why do you think he said that? >> i don't have any idea. have gotten at something, which is he doesn't take responsibility for stuff. and so if something doesn't go his way, he's not going to say, i guess i should have ran a better campaign. i guess i shouldn't have been so divisive. he's going to blame it on somebody else. and hillary used the example of him not winning the emmy, and he couldn't resist jumping back and in and said i should have won the emmy that year. he just doesn't know how to take responsibility. but that is a trait that is required, frankly, to be a good president.
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supreme court back in 2000, when al gore contested the election results. so, does he not have a point in some way to say, let's see what happens, and then i'll make a judgment? >> if all he had said during the entire last few weeks is, of course we're going to see what happens on election day, this wouldn't be a controversy. but he's going around again and again perpetrating a lie that the election is rigged. he's saying that over and over and over again, because he knows that he's losing. and it's insulting to voters to look him in the face and say, you guys don't know how to conduct an election. to look at county and state election officials. you don't know how to conduct an election. we do know how to conduct elections. we do it. and that's why the -- his comment last night was so shocking. >> senator, 38% of those we polled in battle ground states say that clinton, they don't necessarily believe, tells the truth. you have 19 days left to
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>> i think what we do is we almost use that closing argument that hillary made last night when chris kind of gave them a chance to sum up, and hillary just pointed out that she has a lifetime track record of serving other people with a special focus on families and kids. and what i say about this question on the trail is the best way to tell somebody's character in politics is look and see if they have a passion that showed up in their life before they ran for office, and whether they've held onto that passion throughout their she's going to wake up every day focusing on how are families and children doing as a barometer for how is the larger society doing. donald trump has a passion, but the passion is himself. it's not to serve other passion that hillary clinton put on display last night and that she's demonstrated without her career. >> senator, thank you. let's go back to norah and gayle in las vegas. >> thanks. >> with cbs news political director and face the nation moderator john dickerson.
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night's debate. >> here we are again. >> i think we've gone -- we've gone through the rigged discussion. which was unprecedented to hear that from a nominee. >> yeah. i mean, it's unprecedented for this reason, it's -- there are irregularities in elections, sure. but donald trump is overstating the case to undermine the legitimacy of the election either to get himself out of what he thinks might be a bad result or to whip up his supporters and say this election is being stolen from you, watch out, go into these where there's going to be a big democratic vote and watch them. which democrats read as intimidation. he's doing this all before the vote ever happened. and the reason that sent shockwaves through republican ranks is it's another sign of unpredictability from donald trump that he's going to kick out a pillar of democracy because things aren't going this way and that's more -- i mean this is one in a series, not just -- >> but many on team trump are comparing it to al gore. is that a fair comparison?
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election. >> and he was not claiming that the election was rigged at the time either. >> no, he was debating -- a specific case. and this is doing it all beforehand and also by the way what he said in the debate which is not that he -- you know, is on top of everything he's been saying out on the stump, which he's been using to rile up his voters, so it has this double power. >> donald trump went into this debate behind. we saw a poll last night people think she won. outreach. he's lost ground. was he able last night? she was punching on every issue. >> she was -- >> trade, abortion, guns, i mean she was punching on everything. >> she was. but he was also doing very well on his goals which are basically to point out that she's been in, you know, the mix for 30 years and hasn't succeeded. i mean his argument is change. the problem with the story about rigged is that the challenge that donald trump has always, is it too much change. is it change that turns into chaos. and that answer is more on the chaos and less on the change.
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a more risky candidate, and that's what's worried those voters who haven't jumped into the trump camp. they've always worried he's too risky. >> today hillary clinton is getting very high marks for her chronological takedown of donald trump where she did the 30 years of experience and did decade by decade all the things she's done ending with saying i was in the briefing room for osama bin laden while he was hosting "celebrity apprentice." to leave that note i thought was very interesting. >> although i wonder, because you know, people are basically thinking that those who like he was off doing something else. and just because there are two -- >> -- but the people who like donald trump think yes he has some rough edges, but he can come in and use the business. i thought his response to that was quite good yeah i was off building a big brand and a business that's been successful, employing lots of people. that's what people like about him. that's why they trust him on the economy. i think he pivoted quite nicely to his answer. >> his frustration seemed to come through at the end when he
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>> particularly after having said i have great respect for women. that undermined his own case in the actual debate. >> that drew a big laugh in the room when he said i have respect for women. ending with nasty woman not too good. >> we're going to have much more from las vegas coming up, bob schieffer will join us. for now, back to studio 57. >> norah, thanks. iraq's prime minister says the battle to retake mosul from isis is going more quickly than expected. the military offensive advanced overnight to liberate more villages on the iraq. holly williams is with troops taking on the militants north of the city. >> good morning. i'm about 12 miles north of mosul where these kurdish forces have launched a new attack against isis this morning. they're trying to recapture 27 villages, and then get within five miles of mosul. there are two villages just over here controlled by the extremists and this morning we've seen the kurdish forces
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we've also seen two isis drones in the air this morning. very small, we don't know whether they were armed. but certainly the kurdish troops shot them down very quickly. earlier this month, two kurdish fighters were killed by an isis drone that was loaded with explosives. we've also seen iraq's elite special forces move into position east of mosul. they are trying to recapture several christian towns and to mosul. we spoke with one of their officers yesterday, who bragged that they would be inside mosul within a matter of hours. the reality, though, is that it is very slow going, clearing these towns and villages. even though most of their residents fled a long time ago. imagine how much more difficult it's going to be to retake mosul. a densely packed city with around a million residents.
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williams, north of mosul. >> scammers are fooling college students into handing over thousands of dollars pap head, the growing irs impersonation scheme and how you can spot the thieves before handing over money. but first, it is 7:19. time to check your local
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>> it's not just you. it's us. we can't let you go. i mean there's a sense that we never -- well -- >> ahead the golfer talks about his marriage and how he plans to find new ways to win at age 40. the news is back right here on
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? the definitive moment of the evening of the election of the american experiment came when chris wallace asked donald trump if he would accept the results of the election on november 8th and trump had this to say. >> are you say prepared now to -- to that principle? >> what i say is little tell you at the time and keep you in suspense. >> trump's controversial statement about not accepting the result of the election i do not envy his campaign manager kellyanne conway. i have information she is taking questions about it from reporters in the spin room. she's good. she is really good. welcome back to "cbs this
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we will check back in with norah and gayle in las vegas in our next half hour. first, my candid conversation with golf legend tiger woods. he opens up about his struggles on and off the course and whether he still has the ability to win another major. plus, the irs impersonation scheme targeting college students and their parents. michelle miller talks to one victim who lost nearly $8,000. ahead how to make sure it doesn't happen to you. time to show you some of the morning's headlines from around the globe. britain's "telegraph" reports on russia's. they will take part in the final assault on aleppo. russian backed the syrian backed government heads of the city. an investigation of a national security agency contractor.
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so far, investigators have been unable to determine if the hacker sold the information or whether his computer was hacked. condemning the skilling of a schizophrenic woman by a officer. the woman shot tuesday after police sergeant in her apartment. the officials say procedures for handling the mentally ill were not followed. the sergeant's badge and gun were taken away. forbes reports on tesla building all its vehicles with self-driving technology. tesla said self-driving hardware will be standard on vehicles going into production next year and at some point the vehicles will drive themselves all the time. tiger woods has a new time
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for a rare interview. the first time he has sat down for our interview. the tiger woods foundation is turning 20. we spoke about his struggle to come back after a series of injuries, the fallout from controversies involving his marriage and the one decision that remains his single biggest regret. when do you think you'll come back? >> i'm hoping to come back? december. >> you are? >> you believe you can do that? you'll be something will happen between withdrawing from safeway and competing there? >> more hard work. >> reporter: more hard work? >> there it is. a win for the ages! >> reporter: here is what is interesting about you more than any golfer or any athlete i know. it's not just you, it's us. we can't let you go. there is a sense we never -- >> oh, you care? >> well, yes! there is a sense that we never understood how it was to be so brilliant on a golf course.
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so dominant in a sport. we didn't understand how you could lose that either. you thought about that? >> of course, charlie. i miss being out there. i miss competing. i miss being with the boys and coming down the stretch. >> you like being tiger woods? >> i like beating those guys. and that is what i -- that is why i practice all of those hours is to be ready to take on those guys down the stretch. and do i miss it? absolutely. 100%. and years old, i'm the first one to admit, i can't do the things i used to be able to do, but most people can't at my age versus when they were younger. i have to find different ways to go about it. >> you have to find other ways to win? >> yes, i do. but i'm naturally a tactician. even when i was hitting the ball long and blowing over the top of bunkers that was the strategy. so i used my mind and eventually the method i used allowed me to master my craft.
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you learned that, you know, at -- you learned that from your father, i assume. >> correct. >> you learned mental toughness. you learned how to win. you still have that, don't you? >> oh, yes. that part hasn't left me. i know how to get it done. i just need to get into position to get it done. >> god, tiger! >> reporter: some have said to be tiger woods was both a gist a -- gift and a burden. >> it's a burden in the sense the amount of obligations i have at a tournament. am n am nimity of what i lost. i regret not spending another year at stanford. >> that is the only regret? >> the only regret i have. >> of all the things that happened? the only thing? >> of all the things i've learned, been through, are tough, yes, they have been tough but great for me.
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are without your dad? >> no. >> you would not be the champion that you became? >> without my dad or my mother, no way. >> both of them? >> no way. >> because your mother stood by you and you stood by him in. >> my mother was so supportive and loyal and so great as a mother, there is no way. >> she was also supportive after thanksgiving 2009 when you had a public li some would suggest that humiliation, you withdrew, publicly. your private life exposed. has a lingering effect on your mind and your game. ex-wife. she is one of my best friends. we have two beautiful kid. >> how do you tell your kicked why mamma and daddy are not
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mistakes. daddy made some mistakes and i'd much rather have them hear it from you. >> you've sat down and said i regret what i did? >> no, no, i haven't said that. i said everybody makes mistakes and the reason mommy is living in her house and daddy is living in his house is because daddy made mistakes and it's okay. >> you will all of the tools but the mental stuff was so important. you wanted to win and you wanted to win and you also didn't just want to win. you didn't just want tournament, you wanted to beat the hell out of everybody who was there. that is your mindset you had. you were a killer. >> winning was fun. beating somebody is even better. >> why is that? >> i don't know. i've always had that. you know, if you win a race, you win a meet by a second or two, it sure feels a lot better if you win it by five or six. you know? striking four or five guys out, but you know what?
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better. >> do you believe you'll get 18 majors? >> to be honest with you, no. >> you don't? >> no. >> you've accepted that? >> i've accepted i'm going to get more! >> in our next hour, we will hear about the memorable dinner tiger shared with arnold palmer and you can see the full conversation tonight on my pbs program. he is a warrior. whether he'll be able to come back, only he knows. he believes so but he also knows he has a lot of work to do. >> i love that winning is fun, but beating someone i better. he is fierce. >> that is why he became what he was. he basically says, i don't have more ability. i don't have more strength. i don't have more talent. i just worked harder and that is what he believes will get him back. >> interesting to watch, charlie. thieves are trying to steal thousands of dollars from college students and their parents. ahead, how irs impersonators are researching their victims to make the scam more convincing. subscribe to our new "cbs
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? ? more college students and their parents are finding themselves the victims of an ongoing phone scam. in this scheme, thieves impersonate irs officials over the phone. they demand payment for federal student taxes that simply do not exist. taxpayers have lost more than $49 million in irs impersonation scams. michelle miller talked to a victim of this latest hoax. >> reporter: good morning. casey davis is a good student. a senior about to finish up at quinnipiac university in connecticut. she doesn't usually answer unrecognized calls but on the second ring, they got her. threatening her with arrest and even the possibility of losing her college degree if she didn't
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>> they really had me wrapped around my finger, believing every single word they were saying. >> reporter: casey davis thought she knew better but the quinnipiac journalism measure joined the growing list of students scammed by irs imposters. >> i knew like deep down this was real weird but they kept giving me evidence. the number they were calling from was the hamden police and told me all information and my address here at at home. >> reporter: so they h d >> way beyond digging. >> reporter: calling from a fake number that showed up as a local police station and armed with her personal information, the scammers threatened arrest if she did not pay $2,900 for a federal student tax, a tax that doesn't exist. >> they basically told me to resolve this or your life is over, in a way. >> reporter: how did they get you? >> i don't know! >> reporter: and while she may have been fooled into giving the money, her bank's fraud alert system was not.
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to us. >> reporter: tipping off her father, billy davis, who manages her account. that is when he frantically started texting her. >> i just felt that something was definitely wrong. >> reporter: he couldn't reach casey because her scammers kept her on the phone for four hours. she drove various miles to various stores paying in this unusual way. >> $$2,000 on one card. >> reporter: in all sh over $7,900 in gift cards from target and itunes. during the ordeal, her father could only helplessly watch as the fraud alerts rolled in. as a dad, a parent, not to be able to help your child. >> it hurt. >> they are very persuasive. they are also aggressive so they intend to intimidate people into staying on the phone. >> reporter: annie packner is a spokeswoman for the irs.
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attackers is to educate the public. >> it's most important for you to protect yourself from becoming a victim is knowing the signs. >> reporter: for example, the irs does not call to demand money in a specific form by phone. they don't threaten immediate arrest and will never ask for credit cards or personal information over the phone. casey davis says she is embarrassed, but wants others to learn from her mistake. >> if i could spare someone the mental strain t burden that i went through, i would be completely, like, honored to do so. >> reporter: now police say they can't find casey's scammers because this type of thief typically demands payment through untraceable mode. the latest trend, these gift cards. how does it work? the victims are ordered to scratch off the back of the card and read out this sequence of numbers. as casey learned, the hard way, there is no way to trace those
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good morning to our viewers in the west, it is thursday, october 20th, 2016. welcome back to cbs this morning. more real news ahead include in the final presidential debate. donald trump refuses t results. norah and gayle are in las vegas with bob's reaction, but first, here's today's eye opener at 8:00. >> what stood out was the disagreement. >> was this election would be fair and whether the results would be expected. >> he thinks the election is rigged. almost made light of it all. i'm going to keep people in suspension as though it's a game. >> why do you think he said that is this. >> something doesn't go his way, he's going to blame it on somebody else.
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happens? >> he's going around again and again perpetrating a lie because he knows that he's losing. >> team trump are comparing it to al gore. is that a fair comparison? >> he did it after the election. this is happening before the election. >> his frustrations seemed to come through when he said she's a very nasty women. >> after saying i have great respect for women. >> we'll have another debate, you and jill stein. >> we did thatn and that doesn't go anywhere. >> maybe do it with your shirt off. >> there was a time when he didn't get an emmy for his tv program and started tweeting they were rigged. >> should have gotten it. >> you know, donald, you should get one, they're fantastic.
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>> norah and gayle are at the sight of last night's debate in las vegas. they'll talk with bob schieffer in a moment. 63% of likely voters who watched the debate said the candidates should promise to accept the election results. according to a new poll. >> donald trump refused to make that promise lasting night. but he and hillary clinton spent most of their final debate sparring over substance. >> we're going to secure the border. and once the border is secured at later date, we'll make a determination as to the rest, but we have some bad hombres here and we're going to get them out. >> i want to get everybody out of the shadow, get the economy working and not let employers like donald exploit undocumented worker, which hurts them, but also american workers. >> we're a country of laws. we have a border or we don't, now, you can come back in and you can become a citizen. >> would president trump make a
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security that included both tax increases and benefit cuts in effect a grand bargain on o entitlement? >> i'm cutting taxes, we're going to grow the economy. it's going to grow at record rate. >> that's not going to help entitle. . >> and one thing we have to do, repeal and replace the disaster known as o obama care. >> we need to put more money in the social security trust fund. that's part of my commitment to raise taxes on the wealthy. my social security payroll donald's assuming he can't figure out how to get out of it. but what we want to do is -- >> such a nasty woman. >> by making sure we have sufficient resources and that will come from either raising the cap and or finding other ways to get more money into it. i will not cut benefits. >> if you bo goh with what hillary is say ng the ninth
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rip the baby out of the womb of the mother prior to the birth of the baby. you can say that's okay, but it's not okay with me. >> that is not what happens in these cases and using that kind of scare rhetoric is just terribly unfortunate. the government has no business in the decisions that women make with their families in accordance with their faith, with medical advice and i will stand up for that right. >> one of the prides of this country is the peaceful transition of power and that no matter how hard fought a campaign is, that at the end of the campaign, that the loser concedes to the winner, in part for the good of the country. are you saying you're not prepared? >> i will tell you at the time. i'll keep you in sus sengs. >> clinton called that answer horrifying. now to norah and gayle in las vegas. with bob. good morning. >> yes, we are, thank you very
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see the reaction from team trump. they're almost doing a clean up on isle 3. they're saying what he was saying this morning, make iing clear that yes, he will accept the results! well, you know -- >> that's not what he said. >> as i said last night, you got to say something. they have tried to get him off this thing. for two weeks and he kept going back to it and going back to it. the interesting thing to me though is this last night, and said this is shockingly substantive at the beginning, but the thing about those tv cameras out there, you leave them on long enough and they're going to tell you something about who a person really is. we saw donald trump evolve into what many people think he is and not someone who is simply not suited for the office of the presidency. brett stevens, a columnist in
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column this morning said when he wouldn't let us know he wouldn't accept the results, he called it the most shockingly disgraceful statement by a presidential candidate in 160 years. >> the way he delivered it, too, was sort of put lent when he said i will keep you in sus suspension. >> like he was teasing about it. that's not what the american electoral process is all about. that's what makes this so dangerous. night that maybe he doesn't care what the process is. to me, he showed no respect. for one of the foundational parts of the american political system. >> the nonpartisan commission wanted a deep drill down on the issues i think we got that last night. the supreme court right out of the box, the issue of the second
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>> when he says you're willing to rip a baby out of the womb at nine month, no woman carries a child for eight and a half months and then decides she wants to have an abortion. the abortions that happen at that period are usually about the life of the mother. nobody does that. that's just horrible to even contemplate. >> did you consider it a good debate? beth issues. a lot of issues covered. there was a lot of give and take. shouldn't a debate at times be contentious? >> i thought it was an excellent debate because these aren't always just about the issues. they're about taking the full measure of a person. we got the full sh measure of hillary clinton and donald trump last night and one thing that's been completely overshadowed by this controversy over him not accepting the results, what's
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where in the united states is the constituency for making that argument? i just simply don't understand what that's all about. >> i think charlie has a question. >> bob, there's sentiment i think in the country, when is this going to be over? i think you in fact said that, but my question, after this debate, what's the narrative for the rest of the campaign? >> well, i don't think we should expect anything but what we've seen so far. i mean, his campaign is is page. but i saw nothing last night that indicated that he's going to change in any way, shape or form. as to when it's going to be over, not soon enough for me. that would be the answer on that one and i'm a guy who spent his whole life covering politics. >> november 8th. >> what's fascinating is the early voting starts this two days here in nevada, so they got a front row seat. >> glad to hear it. >> thank you so much, bob.
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? we're in nevada, which is one of the battleground states that will decide who lives in the white house. frank lunts invited 26 undecided registered voters to take part in a focus group. five leaned toward hillary clinton. five toward donald trump, 15 had no preference before the debate and one refuses to support either. they all watched the final
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which candidate's performance has the biggest impact on your vote. three, two, one. and it was a tie. and that was different than the other debates we had. i want to illustrate this. i wa phrase to describe donald trump. >> inadequate. passionate. >> to describe hillary clinton. >> presidential. >> confident. >> snooze fest. >> criminal actress. >> more >> politician. >> frank is with us. so, did this debate help decide for any of them, how they'll vote? >> i don't think there's going to be much change in the vote based on what we saw here. those leaning towards him, the same thing with hillary clinton. they've seen it all. they've heard it all. and they don't like either candidate. that's the key component of these uncommitted voters that they don't like either candidate
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lesser of two evils. >> you did a dial test last night. want to explain how it works. the red lines will represent the voters leaning toward donald trump. clinton leaning voters are in the green and yellow for the undecided. so, the way it works is the higher the number, the more they like the candidate's answers. this is where hillary clinton responded to trump's claim of a rigged election. >> that is not the way our democracy works. we've been around for 240 years. we've ha elections. we've accepted the outcomes when we may not have liked them and that is what must be expected of anyone stand ong a debate stage during a general election. you know, president obama said the other day -- >> so, translation, please? >> it worked for everybody. the public doesn't want a sore loser. this is one of the dumbest things quite frankly. >> hillary clinton's answer worked for everybody. >> she said what americans were
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results are? they may be sup yet with what the candidates say, may not agree with them, but when the election's over, it's over. >> in the next clip, donald trump attacks hillary clinton while she was secretary of state. let's watch. >> the problem is you talk, but you don't get anything done, hillary. you don't. just like when you ran the state department. $6 billion was missing. how do you miss $6 billion? you ran the state department. $6 billion was either stolen, they don't know. it's gone. $6 billion. if you become president, this country is going to be in some mess. believe me. >> well -- >> we have a fact check on cbs d >> it's account bability. it's the number one attribute themt in their electioned officials. every time one tries to hold
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up last night. we did a dial test on that one, too. >> i think we need comp hen background checks. close the online loophole. close the gun show loophole. other matters that i think are sense bable that are the kind of reforms that would make a difference that are not in any way conflict wg the second amendment. you mentioned the -- >> did that work? >> it worked for her. the whole social issue opening. he was crushing him in the on guns. because they found her positions to be more centrist and more common sense and they his out of touch. >> we did talk a lot about substance. it was much deeper than in the past. immigration, let's watch that clip. >> we need strong borders. we need absolute, we cannot give amnesty. now, i want to build a wall.
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want the wall. we stop the drugs. shore up the border. >> clearly, he did well, but what about when he used the phrase, bad ohm om brays. that was trending. >> that was trending. people did not like that. offended by that. >> when he talks about a wall, it always comes down just a little bit, but when you talks about protecting america, fighting for america, that was one of the key components. if people saw them as fighting for the middle class and they used that term then they were dialing them up. if they felt this was about politics or personal thety, they dialed them down. >> in most of the polls we've been taking overnight, hillary clinton was a winner, but in your group, donald trump was the wirn. what did they see? >> it was a tie. even those polls, it's only been a six, aeight, ten-point
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presidential. those who sa donald trump won saw him as bringing about change. >> thank you, frank. >> always good to see you. sx>> back to the pseudoowe in n york. >> thank you. mother nature isn't usually known for her comedic moments, but up next, show you some animals caught in their most hilarious moments on camera. you're watching cbs this morning. if your sneezes are a force to be reckoned with... you may be muddling through allergies. try zyrtec? for powerful allergy relief. and zyrtec? is different than claritin?. because it starts working faster on the first day you take it. try zyrtec?. muddle no more?. we asked woman to smell two body washes and pick their favorite. i prefer b. b. what was a... bath and bodyworks.
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>> that is tom cruise and cuba gooding jr. with james corden on "the late late show with james corden.." >> coming up this half hour, the massachusetts institute of technology, mit, has just set a new world record in nuclear energy. it's part of a research campaign to make a better world. m.i.t.'s president is in the toyota green room with the ground breaking developments in energy and medicine. also in our green room, actor matt leblanc. a father of three in the new comedy "man with a plan." ahead, how being a dad in real life helped him prepare for that part. time to show you some of the morning's headlines from around the globe. the cleveland plain dealer says the city will be the epi center of the sports world next tuesday. the indians will host the opening game of the world series that night. they clenched the american league pennant yesterday by beating the blue jays in toronto. one block away, the cavaliers will raise their championship
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season opener. cleveland wants more than a half century without a major pro sports title before the cavaliers won last spring. the "chicago tribune" reports on opening night for the chicago production of the smash hit musical "hamilton." a sold-out crowd at the private bank theater yesterday and hamilton creator lin-manuel miranda was on hand at the curtain call. he thanked chicago for its warm welcome. more of my conversation with tiger woods. conversation with arnold palmer. the two remained close until arnold palmer's death. arnold palmer died within the last couple of weeks. what did he mean to you? >> he was a friend. he was a friend. and a person that would pick up the phone and call and probably one of the fondest memories i have was at napa. i was in college and arnold invited me over for dinner.
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college student, i'm going to pick up my tab, but it's arnold palmer. i end up -- my coach found out. did you pick up the tab? no, arnold did. i reported to the ncaa. i'm declared ineligible. i have to write arnold palmer a check, $25 for my steak dinner. he has to cash the check. fax the copy back to ncaa and i was declared eligible to play in the >> how about jack nicklaus? do you believe he is the greatest golfer ever to live? >> i think i'm pretty good too. >> better than nicklaus? >> i think he and i would have a hell of a duel back in the day. >> do you think he is better than you even though he has 18 and you have 14? >> i think right now i could kick his ass. >> right now? >> yeah, he is 71. >> it's true!
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no. but i think that jack has always been one of my heroes. i looked up to him and i looked at his events. here he is at 18. >> and you're at 15? >> 14, correct. >> you believe you'll have more than 18? >> correct. >> and if you don't, you will say? >> i didn't get there. >> my conversation with tiger woods, first time he had ever done that. >> amazing. >> he really was -- you got a sense of who he was and the drive that has made him great. fascinating insight, i think, into an athlete's mind. and work ethic. my conversation with tiger woods is tonight on my pbs program. i hope you'll join us there. the massachusetts institute
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lifetime, correct. >> when will that happen? >> when will that happen? first of all -- let me just say this much. at m.i.t., in places like m.i.t., you can actually see the future. you can really see the future. but it's not clear that that future will actually happen. so we need support from the system, from the system of research and innovation for that future that we can see in a place like m.i.t. to go to the marketplace. so the fact are closer and closer to have a cure for alzheimer's, or for innovation for clean energy, that is not guaranteed. that does not mean it will move to the market. >> so are you also concerned about science funding from the government? >> correct. i think we have the best innovation and consistent in the world. the whole world is trying to imitate us. but it has too big components.
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that is the mother of all innovation, the source of everything. and that has been eroded year by year for the last ten years or so even longer. that research produces lots of innovation. we need to make sure that that innovation moves to the marketplace, to make an impact to society. those are the two areas which we have to pay attention to. >> are you saying only the government has the scale to do it? >> only the government has the scale to do that. there is no way philanthropy organizations can support that kind of search. >> if we don't although do that we lose our leadership in science and in medicine? >> we will absolutely lose our leadership. we are on our way to losing our leadership if we are not careful. right now, our economy, our i innovation and known-based economy is benefiting from federal funding research -- >> your position in the world? >> absolutely. >> you just won a nobel prize in
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professors. you had two m.i.t. linked men up for the nobel peace prize as well. what does that kind of recognition do to solve this deficit in funding? >> well, we speak -- we have the podium and the microphone to speak about this issue because we understand it, but we need people who are willing and open-minded to understand these point of view. >> thank you, rafael reif. >> thank you for having me. thank you, >> thank you. >> from nuclear science to hollywood. matt leblanc has always been one of our favorite friends. >> fine! take their advice. don't ever listen to me. when the package is this pretty, don't care what is inside! >> we are proud to say he is now joining the cbs family on the new sitcom "man with a plan."
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? ? welcome to my house ? actor matt leblanc of "friends" fame is coming to cbs with a new comedy "man with a plan." he has a dad who spends more time with his kid when his wife goes back to work. >> headphones off and everybody line up. >> what? >> line up. i can't believe i have to explain a line to you! why don't you just dump all of
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>> mommy. >> and she is not upset about that? >> i don't know. >> okay. well from now on, hang your backpacks up and clean up the truck before you get out and close the door! that's right! any questions? >> matt also serves as executive producer on the series. we are pleased to have him. welcome. >> thank you. good to be here. >> what was it about this pi this character, the show that made you want to be executive producer and play this role? >> well, i had been doing episodes for showtime which is, you know, cbs is a parent company of showtime and we did about nine episode a year for the last five years. i wanted to kind of whet my whistle for going back to work. i wanted to do more and i really missed the sort of sitcom format in front of a live audience. like when we did "friends" it's
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story telling like theater. i met with some writers and i'm not getting any younger and i've never played a dad and i am a dad and i never played a guy in a relationship, so i thought this was the time to sort of make that next step. and i know jeff and jackie, we sort of saw eye-to-eye on an idea for a show and to play this guy who is more involved in his kids' lives and it was their idea that my wife go back to work and sort of flush the whole thing out. i think it's pretty fun. we are proud of it. >> how many real-life moments on rin the in this? you are a dad, as you had. >> it's a combination. we have a writing staff and some of them have kids and jeff and jackie have kids and i have kids and sort of everybody tossing ideas into the ring. some of it is -- you know, kids are funny. kids, when they are little, there is no filter. if they don't want to spend time with you, they say, "i don't
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>> no spin. >> the answer is no. >> they want to spend more time with their kids than with their parents. >> it's brutally honest and that sometimes stings. >> are you a hands-on dad? >> pretty hand-on. >> your character says funny dad times. >> prior to the pilot, my wife was a stay at home mom for 13 years and in the pilot, the youngest of our three kid is now in kindergarten full-time so she wants to go back to fun times. i was only there after i got home from work and the kids were all sort of cleaned up from school and on their best behavior when dad gets home. now i get to see sort of behind the curtain, like you will. like "the wizard of oz" you see what it's like behind the curtain how awfully it is to be a parent sometimes. >> matthew perry, do you see him around a lot?
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stuff. they are a tuesday night show and they shoot on tuesday night and we shoot on friday nights so the schedules are exact opposite. our long days are his short days and vice versa. >> any guest appearances in the works? >> not that i know of just yet, but uncle moonves does ask. >> why was "friends" so successful? we got not much time. >> gosh. i think "friends" was a show, are we everyone could sort of identify with people would say, oh, my mother is just like phoebe or that is like me or my brother is like that. you know? so it gave you -- which is ironic because they say the birds of a feather flock together and it was birds of absolutely not the same on that feather. >> i think that gave us a very broad demographic and it was funny and it had heart. sitcoms that have heart and are funny tend to be, in my opinion,
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netflix? >> yes. that's true. still going. >> yes. >> do people call you joey ever? >> all the time. >> that role continues to define you? >> that's okay by me. that was ten years we were all really proud of it and it's not something i try to get away from. i mean, it's just something that will follow me forever. i could think of worse things to be called. >> good luck, matt leblanc. thank you. man with a plan premieres here central. >> dash cam video up next shows a heroic and life saving response. you're watching "cbs this
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sexual assault and rape. out-of-control corrections officers arrested. but not one served a day of time. sweetheart deals, because, with county attorney bill montgomery, some people are above the law, there's a better choice -- diego rodriguez, a career prosecutor who believes in tough sentences for violent crime and equal justice under the law. vote for diego rodriguez. a county attorney for us all. it's not uncommon for autistic kids to flap their hands. and so when i saw that, that was completely disqualifying. i'm a republican, but this election is so much bigger than party.
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i don't always agree with her, but she's reasonable. and she's smart. she can work with people to solve problems. i want to be able to tell my kids that i did the right thing when it really mattered. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message.
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>> okay. is he is not broeathing? >> he is not responding. >> frightening dash vocam video shows moments when a child stopped breathing. a police officer pulls up at a fast food restaurant and braden was limp in his mother's army. braden's father takes over when they get a cpr mask from the cruiser. moments later, thankfully the boy started breathing a the 3-year-old has fully recovered and miller is being recognized as a hero. lucky he arrived. >> that does it for us. margaret, great to have you. >> it's been fun. >> norah and gayle, safe travels back from las vegas. we look forward to hearing what you left in vegas and look forward to having you here in studio 57 tomorrow. >> gayle is really good at the table. >> charlie, can i just say we love, love, love the tiger woods interview? >> thank you. >> boy, that was great.
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i spent many years as a nuclear missile launch officer. if the president gave the order we had to launch the missiles, that would be it. i prayed that call would never come. [ radio chatter ] self control may be all that keeps these missiles from firing. [ sirens blearing ] i would bomb the [ beep] out of them. i want to be unpredictable. i love war. the thought of donald trump with nuclear weapons scares me to death. it should scare everyone.
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allegations against pinal county sheriff paul babeu. paul babeu exposed in a damning home video. accusations of widespread abuse at a massachusetts private school. she is sick of hearing sheriff paul babeu lie. allegations of abuse of power. another headache, the fbi has subpoenaed records. lawsuits regarding abuse and neglect. questions of babeu's integrity. new page of controversy. a question of judgment. ultimately voters are going to have to decide
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