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right now she's being protected by a rigged system. you can't review 650,000 e-mails in eight days and now it's up to justice at the ballot. >> on the one hand you have somebody who may be the most qualified person ever to run for the presidency. on the other hand, you've got the donald. >> a sunday bombshell. the fbi's review of hillary clinton's e-mails found nothing new, as donald trump calls the system rigged again, while
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avnjers with one day left. >> janet reno has died. >> and protesters face off against officials. >> plus, new details of a deranged serial killer now coming to light. "early today" starts right now. >> good monday morning. i'm ayman mohyeldin. >> i'm frances rivera. a lot of news that janet reno has died. she was at the center of many storms in the clinton administration, including the raid and the fight over elian gonzalez. >> first, presidential politics. hours away from americans heading to the polls to decide the country's next commander in chief. late breaking news has thrown a massive twist into the race.
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sees no evidence to change his conclusion that hillary clinton should not face charges over her handling of classified information. agents had reviewed all e-mails to and from clinton found on the personal device of anthony weiner, the estranged husband of huma abedin. donald trump after initially celebrating the inquiry called the latest twist further evidence of a rigged system. >> the investigations into her crimes wil g long time. the rank and file special agents at the fbi won't let her get away with these terrible crimes. right now, she's being protected by a rigged system. you can't review 650,000 e-mails in eight days. you can't do it, folks. hillary clinton is guilty. she knows it, the fbi knows it.
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people to deliver justice at the ballot. >> a senior law enforcement official says the fbi's review found nearly all the e-mails were duplicates of ones previously seen by fbi agents. but how much did the investigation impact the millions of early votes cast so far. over 42 million votes, early votes, that is, have already been cast nationwide, and our brand-new nbc news poll shows clinton holding a six-point lead over trump. that's unchanged from last week. tonight, clinton will effectively end her campaign with a closing two-minute ad set to air in primetime. one in which the candidate speaks straight to the camera on the theme of bringing people together. that ad alone should reach about 20 million viewers at home. the clinton campaign celebrated the latest fbi revelation. however, clinton herself did not react to the news despite
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other than the city's own king james. but she did underscore the importance of tomorrow's turnout. >> we've arrived at a moment of reckoning in this election. our core values as americans are being tested. i know there's a lot of frustration and even anger in this election season. i see it. i hear it. sometimes, you know, i'm the subject of it. anger is not going to get us new jobs with rising incomes that will create a strong thriving middle class. >> meanwhile, lebron james talked of his own time growing up in a community that felt disenfranchised. >> i want people to understand i grew up in an inner city and know the whole notion of getting out and voting and i was one of those kids and around a community that was like our vote doesn't matter.
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it really, really does. >> their comment came as clinton surrogates flooded the battleground states in one last push to get voters to the polls. tonight they will hold the largest democratic gathering so far in what "snl" dubbed the avengers line up. the candidate with first lady, the president, bill clinton and chelsea clinton all onhand in philadelphia alongside jon bon jovi and bruce springsteen. and on the final day of the midnight rally in north carolina, also visited michigan and pennsylvania. tim kaine will swing through virginia before stopping in north carolina, while al gore, jill and joe biden and president obama fan out across the country. meanwhile, trump heads into blue territory in hopes of flipping several states his way, while sarah palin heads to north carolina, as trump himself swings through florida, north carolina, pennsylvania, and new
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campaign appearance in michigan. and make sure to tune in to our special nbc news election coverage tomorrow night, 7:00 eastern, 4:00 pacific, right here on nbc. over 42 million -- over 42 million votes, early votes, that is, have been cast nationwide. we want to go back to breaking news. that is janet reno, the power lawyer who became the first female attorney general, has died due to complications from parkinson's. her family nbc's pete williams has more on the trail blazer's remarkable life. >> the nation's first female attorney general janet reno held the job longer than anyone in more than 170 years. >> i janet reno do solemnly swear. >> president clinton's third choice, reno came to washington after serving as a miami prosecutor for 15 years.
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religious cult fearing children were abused. 75 people were killed in a resulting fire which the fbi determined was set by those inside. she won praise for accepting responsibility. >> i approved the plan and i'm responsible for it. i advised the president, but i did not advise him as to the details. >> during her eight years in office, crime dropped steadily, the first decline in decades. she championed drug courts and prm off the streets. she appointed independent councils nine times, they blasted her for failure to do so about campaign financials by president clinton and al gore. but she did appoint kenneth starr to investigate a clinton business deal and later expanded his authority, leading to the impeachment of president clinton over the monica lewinsky
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role in the saga of a cuban boy, elian gonzalez, who came to the u.s. in a boat with her mother who died on the way. reno determined he should be given back to his cuban father and ordered federal marshals to seize him from the home of relatives. >> i have no regrets whatsoever. i tried my level best to make sure that we avoided this situation. >> because of her plain speaking, openness about her parkinson's disease, and aversion t t washington, she was a popular figure, repeatedly parodies on "saturday night live." she got the last laugh. >> it's reno time. >> she love left washington in 2001, saying she wanted to tour the country in a brand-new pickup truck, narrowly losing florida's bid for governor a year later. pete williams, nbc news, washington. >> former attorney general janet
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hong kong's pro-unless protesters clashed outside of a chinese central government office last night, and police showered thousands of demonstrators with pepper spray, but many shielded themselves, as you can see there, with umbrellas and some even had gas masks. the demonstrator started as a peaceful march against newly elected politicians from taking office in the semiindependent region's legislature. the central government banned the politicians after they kong nation and used a japanese derogatory term for china. >> the battle against isis took a serious turn, but two deaths blamed on a rare tornado that struck near rome, italy. the storm that spawned the twister is blamed for dozens of injuries and also wietdspread damage. >> at home, reports of a magnitude 5.0 earthquake in
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cushing schools will be closed today. bill karins is tracking it all for us as well as our election day forecast. >> that tornado was very impressive by european standards. let's talk about the election day forecast. one of the warmest election days we almost have ever seen in this country. 60s in ohio. we have ootded some rain showers to that forecast. wisconsin looking just fine. areas to the south aren't looking too bad. florida, no probles there. many areas of the west as clear anar through the pacific northwhwes northern california, too. temperatures comfortable in the 70s. i can't think of one state that's going to have horrible weather as we head into election
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>> could be snow, could be ice. >> could be anything. bill, thank you. just ahead, new details on a serial killer who has been operated for 13 years. >> and a much lighter note, saturday night live breaks down the fourth wall in a final clinton/trump skit you have to see. i used to blame the weather for my frizz. turns out my curls needed to be stronger to fight back. pantene's pro-v formula makes my curls so strong* they can dry because strong is beautiful. get even stronger results with pantene expert, our most intensely concentrated pro-v formula. ?? tomorrow's the day we'll play something besides video games. every day is a gift especially for people with heart failure. but today there's entresto?- a breakthrough medicine
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he's confessed to four murders but he may have killed more people. >> this south carolina property revealing gruesome secrets. authorities finding another body, they say, after todd kohlhepp, a suspect they're now considering a serial killer, pointed them to two shallow graves on his land. >> and we're in the process of trying to get that person removed from here and do a positive has also confessed to a brutal unsolved quadruple murder from 2003. four motorcycle shop employees gunned down. 13 years to the day of the killings, the victims' loved ones watch as kohlhepp stood before a judge. >> nobody else would know except the murderer. >> melissa's husband scott was one of their victims. she was pregnant with their son at the time. >> it gives me closure of
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would think one would feel. >> scott's mother beverly was also murdered. kohlhepp's alleged role was discovered, investigators say, when they found kala brown locked and chained in a storage container on his property last week. brown and her boyfriend had been missing since august. authorities announced they identified remains found in another shallow grave as carver's. >> the cause of death is multiple gun shot wounds. >> they say he continues to cooperate, but as for a motive, f into the mind of a man now accused of horrific crimes. >> that was sarah dallof reporting. kohlhepp appeared before a judge sunday and was denied bond. just ahead, the brits take donald trump's catch phrase you're fired to a whole new level. we'll bring you those details just ahead. with eight times more fragrance control, the air wick? scented oil warmer lets you dial up or down to fill massive minimalist rooms.
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i'm sorry, kate. i just hate yelling all this stuff at you like this. >> yeah. i know, right? this whole election has been so mean. you know what i think can help us? let's get out of here. ?? >> really nice message at the end. >> we have been what's going to happen to late night and saturday night live once the elections are over. it's all coming to an end. even the comedians. >> this time tomorrow, on our way. >> as we were saying, elections are come to a close. this hasn't stopped excellent endorsements. one political ad is gaining so much steam over the weekend, and it featured none other than will ferrell. check this out. >> it turns out there was no hamburger in the hamburger bun. oh, hey, there.
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comedian, and typical run of the mill millennial. i wanted to talk to you directly. one vibrant youth to another. let's put down our snapchat, tinder, instagram and orthtechnologies for a minute to keep it 100. if you don't vote, everyone might find out you're the opposite of on fleek or you're basic. or even worse, that you have no chill. >> no chill. i love that flip phone, too. h george bush. i'll take this. >> it was a great weekend for the movies. marvel's dr. strange took number one with a $85 million. trolls also earned a hefty sum at $45 million to take second place, and mel gibson's drama hacksaw ridge, took third, earning about $15 million. a lot going on over the weekend, but again, all really eyes on what's going to happen.
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election is over to catch up on good movies. i want to grab a bucket of popcorn and sit back and relax. >> everybody deserves a little chill time. >> absolutely. if you're in need of good news which we definitely all are these days, jimmy fallon has just the thing for you. he put together a segment with just the good stuff. check this out. >> remember earlier when you tripped and tried to play it cool by turning it into a little jog? well, it worked. that's right. a few people saw it and thought you just decided to jog for a second. >> this just in, your favorite sports team can now hear your suggestions through the television, and they love the helpful advice. so the next time you yell, how about playing some real defense, you can expect to see some real defense. >> in medical news -- >> this is "early today." once upon a time in the depths of your own cupboard lived eco-friendly products waiting to be discovered.
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welcome back. when it comes to election day, all importance on the toss-up state, shown here in the tan color. the only state that's going to have a little adverse weather to deal with is in ohio. on and off rain showers. temperatures in the 60s, b knock turnout down too much. that's the only state with adverse conditions. >> again and again, no excuses not to get to the polls. >> thank you. wall street could be set to open sharply higher today after the fbi cleared hillary clinton this weekend over her use of a private e-mail server. asian and european markets are firlly in the green. the mexican peso which has acted as a barometer of a perception
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dollar today. the move by the fbi may be alleviating some of the jitters and uncertainty that hit stocks in the past week. financial markets in general view a clinton win as a better outcome, while presenting fewer unknowns after election day. >> condolences continue to pour in from across the country today for a utah police officer killed in the line of duty. the 25-year-old officer was struck and killed by a suspect driving a stolen vehicle. that car was being pur utah police say the officer was putting down spike strips on the road to stop the suspect's vehicle when he was hit. three suspects are in custody. his det marked the first on-duty death in the 36-year history of the west valley city. utah police department -- utah's governor as well ordered flags to be flown at half staff on the day of the officer's funeral. >> and want to show you some footage of the explosion at a
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>> look at the air cannon. it was about to launch when its loading door broke off, blasting debris into the air and hitting a woman in the face. police say the woman is in critical condition and that a man also hit is being treated, but he's expected to recover from the injuries. >> a kansas state university student is getting some sweet revenge. i know a lot of people saw this online last week. hunter kit cat was stolen from his car. a person left a note said i love kit kats, and i stole it from your car. i'm sorry and hungry. kit kat gave him a huge break with 65,000 kit kats. he shared with friends and classmates. >> spreading the love. >> thank you very much for joining us. i'm ayman mohyeldin.
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election day tuesday. have a great one. >> dana: breaking news. the first female u.s. attorney general has died. a look back at the life and career of janet reno coming up. >> kim: protestor speaks from this event up in reno over the weekend. a lot of people thought that donald trump was in danger at the time. now we know exactly what was happening. the p coming up. >> i'm going to go grab some coffee. want some? no, i'm good sweety. >> you saw that. he kissed an f.b.i. guy. >> saturday night surprise poking fun at the presidential candidate. how this sketch ended has people
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good morning. it is 4:30 on this monday, november 7. and the polls open tomorrow across nevada. >> kim: what a sense of relief. anyone with election fatigue, it comes to an end tomorrow, we're hoping anyway. we're the wagners. i laugh because there was that time we went for several weeks on end gore was the president or george w. bush it was guy for the office. >> dana: 16 years ago, we remember it well. hopefully no recounts tomorrow. great weekend and we expect more of the same this week. >> kelly: at least to get things started. temperatures well above normal. normal 71-degrees. this is well above that. we're looking at 69 by 9:00 a.m. so close to normal by then.


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