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in recent days, across this country, i've asked the african-american community to honor me with their vote. i fully recognize the outreach to the african-american community is in an area where the republican party must do better. and it will do better. >> upping his outreach to minority voters, donald trump takes a what do you have to lose approach while courting african-americans. at the same time his campaign is sending mixed messages about his immigration plan.
the cleanup continues across louisiana after severe flooding. donald trump drawing contrasts with president obama after touring the devastation. and new details this morning about a suicide bombing at a wedding in turkey. what we're learning this morning about the young attacker. it is monday, august 22nd. good to be with you. we begin this morning with donald trump, struggling in the polls with minority voters, he crisscrossed the eastern part of the country. over the course of several speeches, he made a direct appeal to african-american voters. and though he's polling in single digits in key swing states he tried to grab once more the mantel of the party of lincoln. >> i'd like to address an issue of great and very deep personal importance to me.
no group in america has been more harmed by hillary clinton's policies than african-americans. if hillary clinton's goal was to inflict pain on the african-american community, she could not have done a better job. we reject the bigotry of hillary clinton, who sees people of color only as votes, not as human beings worthy of a better future. hillary clinton would rather provide a job to a refugee from overseas than to give that job to unemployed african-american youth in cities like detroit, who have become refugees in their own country. what do you have to lose? you're living in poverty, your schools are no good, you have no jobs. 58% of your youth is unemployed.
what the hell do you have to lose? >> the clinton campaign responded in a statement saying, in part, donald trump asked what the african-american community has to lose by voting for him. the answer is everything from a man who questions the citizenship of the first african-american president, courts white supremacists and has been sued for housing discrimination against communities of color. donald trump is also working to court hispanic voters with reports he may be shifting his prior mass deportation for undocumented immigrants. trump meant with his newly created hispanic advisory council on saturday at trump tower in new york city. three of the members of that group spoke with nbc latino after the meeting, describing trump as open minded, and saying he asked for their ideas, on how to address the estimated 11 million people in the country without legal status. they added they expect him to offer more details on his plan in colorado later this week. buzzfeed and univision reported that trump was planning to
reverse course on his immigration policy suggesting that he was open to legalization for undocumented immigrants. his campaign disputed that report. and a clinton campaign went after trump releasing a statement that reads in part, we believe the rnc official in the room, the campaign statement after the meeting, and the candidate himself, that donald trump's immigration plan remains the same as it's always been. tear apart families and deport 16 million people from the united states. that statement cites trump conversation with "morning joe" last november. >> how do you deport 12 million -- how do you deport 12 million illegal immigrants? >> you do it. because they're here illegally. you do it. >> are you going to have a massive deportation force? >> you're going to have a deportation force and you're going to do it humanely. and you're going to bring the country -- and frankly the people, because you have some excellent, wonderful people, some fantastic people that have been here for a long period of time. >> people will face ramifications -- >> people will leave. they're here illegally. >> how are you going to pay for this? >> it's very inexpensively --
>> are they going to be ripped out of their homes, how? >> they're going back where they came. if they came from a certain country they're going to be brought back to their country. that's the way it's supposed to be. they can come back but they have to come back legally. they can come back but they have to come back legally. >> yesterday trump's new campaign manager kellyanne conway faced questions over trump's immigration plan including that conversation with "morning joe." >> what he supports is to make sure that you enforce the law, that we are respectful of those americans who are looking for well-paying jobs, and that we are fair and humane for those who live among us in this country. and as the weeks unfold, as the weeks unfold, he will lay out the specifics of that plan that he would implement as president of the united states. >> will that plan include a deportation force, the kind that he just -- you just heard in that sound bite and that he talked about during the republican primaries? >> to be determined. >> frances, it's been a difficult summer in baton rouge, louisiana, to say the very least. the city has seen a string of
tragedies, including the officer-involved shooting death of alton sterling, three police officers killed in an ambush and last week's devastating floods. after facing waves of criticism for being on vacation during the flooding, response president obama will now travel to the hard-hit area tomorrow. donald trump toured the flood damage on friday, handing out food and supplies, according to his campaign trump also donated $100,000 to a louisiana church. later on friday he criticized president obama's absence during a rally in michigan. >> it was actually incredible. the spirit of the people is incredible. the devastation likewise, they've never seen anything like it. but the spirit of the people is incredible, and honestly, obama ought to get off the golf course and get down there. >> and hillary clinton, meanwhile, has sent an e-mail to supporters asking that they donate to flood relief efforts.
donald trump and his surrogates aren't letting up on claims that hillary clinton lacks the physical fitness to be commander in chief. former new york city mayor rudy giuliani encouraged voters to look up online videos while trump this weekend once again brought up an issue with clinton's energy. >> she will never be able to fix the isis problem that her policies created. but one thing she doesn't have the strength or the stamina, coupled with all of the other problems that this country has. >> she has an entire media empire that constantly demonizes donald trump, and fails to point out that she hasn't had a press conference in 300 days, 200 days, 100 days, i don't know how long. fails to point out several signs of illness by her. all you've got to do is go online -- >> her campaign and the people
defending her are saying there's nothing factual to the claims about her health. and that -- >> go online -- >> and that's speculation at best. >> go online and put down hillary clinton illness, take a look at the videos for yourself. >> people are concerned about it across the country. look, our own -- >> who? >> voters, poppy, voters. i mean -- >> about hillary clinton's health? >> about her stamina. when she is only campaigned 11 days in the month of august, and donald trump -- >> -- to one person outside of yourself i guess who is concerned about hillary clinton's health right now? >> obviously rudy giuliani. she has had an incident where she fell and had a major concussion, and then she had a blood clot in her head. a very serious blood clot. i mean that's something to be concerned about. >> that was years ago and she's been cleared by her doctors. >> and you know what -- let me say this, the nfl has had major lawsuits from players having concussion years ago. it is a serious issue, and the people want it answered. >> he has said that she doesn't
have the strength or the stamina for a very long time. that part is nothing new. what's new are the other reports of the observations of hillary clinton's behavior and mannerisms, specifically with what you just showed in those previous clips, as well as her dysphasia, the fact that she's fallen, she has had -- >> hold on -- >> there's no indication that she's fallen -- >> let's just step back for one second. >> and we should once again note that hillary clinton's doctor says she is in excellent physical condition. her spokesman meanwhile hit back at rudy giuliani said google rudy and health and you can read about how he withdrew about the senate race for clinton. the mayor did quit that race battling prostate cancer. nbc news has been told that what clinton told the fbi seems to have been largely based on a
memo e-mailed to her describing how he used his personal aol account for unclassified e-mails, and a state department system for classified material. but now powell tells "people" magazine, quote, her people have been trying to pin it on me. the truth is, she was using the private e-mail server for a year before i sent her a memo telling her what i did. the article goes on, why does the former diplomat believe this to be the case? why do you think? he said. it doesn't bother me. but it's okay, i'm free. now reporting on the advice first came from "the new york times," sourcing her fbi conversations, in an upcoming book. the book retails a conversation among former secretaries of state at a dinner. party hosted by madeleine albright where powell also reportedly suggested clinton use personal e-mail. powell told nbc news he had no recollection of that conversation. 51 people are dead and 69 others injured after a child
suicide bomber detonated an explosive at a wedding in southeastern turkey near the syrian border on saturday. turkey's president erdogan says the bomber was between the ages of 12 and 14, and that isis extremists were, quote, the most likely perpetrator. reuters reports it happened after a traditional party where wedding guests have their hands and feet painted. the attack comes amid ongoing tensions following last month's failed military coup attempt. and vp joe biden will visit turkey's capital ankara on wednesday to reaffirm the u.s./turkey commitment to fight terrorism. an older brother of 5-year-old syrian boy omran has died. he drew worldwide attention after images of him sitting in an ambulance, when that video and photo went viral. his brother ali daqneesh was also injured following a blast that hit their apartment. the media reports he is 10 years old. a nurse has confirmed that ali
suffered serious injuries to his face, abdomen and sides and even underwent two surgeries. omran suffered head wounds but no further brain injury and has been released from the hospital. 100 civilian children have died in the civil war just since july 31st. the defection of a top north korean diplomat into the london embassy has worsened. already tense relations, pyongyang released a statement referring to him as human scum for fleeing to south korea instead of returning to the country to face accusations of selling state funds. he is the most senior official to defect in almost two decades. south korea said he defected out of disillusionment with the north korean government. california residents return home to find ashes after wild fires destroy buildings all across the state. plus, one fugitive he tries to evade police by using the same kind of tactics you see on the big screen. we'll bring you those stories
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in southern california all the evacuation orders for the blue cut fire have been lifted. and as of last night crews had around 85% contained. no deaths have been reported but according to officials at least 105 homes were destroyed. at this point the cause is still under investigation. and in northern california, evacuees are returning home after being forced out by the clayton fire. at least 189 homes there were lost in the flames and the fire scorched about 4,000 acres. >> devastation. there's only one place there and one place there left. everybody else is burned, gone. everybody else is gone. >> at this point investigators believe the clayton fire was sparked by a suspected serial arsonist by the name of damin pashlik. top u.s. health officials
are warning that zika could spread beyond florida into more of the continental united states. citing the recent historic flooding in louisiana national institutes of health director anthony fauci says it would be a -- wouldn't be a surprise if zika cases popped up in other gulf coast states. this comes as florida governor rick scott confirmed on friday that five people have been infected locally with the disease in miami beach, including three tourists. officials say this suggests the infected mosquitoes are now in the area which includes much of south beach, the cdc has issued a new travel warning advising pregnant women to avoid the popular tourist destination. zi zika has infected 36 people locally in florida mostly just outside of miami in the wynwood area although the cdc says that number is quote, undoubtedly higher. let's get a check on your weather now with nbc meteorologist bill karins. bill, what do you got in store for us here? >> nothing like they saw in phoenix. yesterday was a really significant dust storm that rolled through. they call his the haboobs, this
lasted a long time. there was no rain associated. just a wind storm that picked up the dust, right over the city, for about 45 minutes, shut down the airport temporarily. then it cleared on out and everyone took their hoses out to try to spray the dust off their paddios and cars. this morning, there's a couple things we're watching. this is not a big severe weather week, not a big flooding week thankfully. we're all done through that through the deep south. we are getting to the peak of our tropical season. we're quickly arriving there. we are watching a few areas out here. this is what's left of what was tropical storm fiona. now it's only a tropical depression. there's two other strong waves out here in the atlantic. this is the cape verde season. we track these as they move across the atlantic. these tend to be the bigger storms we get. both of those are supposed to stay out in the open atlantic. this one is down to a tropical depression and dopt look like it's going to cause problems in bermuda either the hurricane center with a new update takes it to the west side and loops it
up and brings it back around. last night if you were awoken in the middle of the night around the mass bike we had a pretty good thunderstorm that rolled through massachusetts that's now trying to clear out the cape areas of maine still have a little bit of rain to deal with too. and what's behind it is very enjoyable. yesterday in the great lakes it was a fantastic day. now we're going to watch the nice beautiful air mass settling into the east. this is like canadian high pressure. one of the first dry, cool air masses of the fall season the early fall season i should say. so it's cool today. especially much cooler than normal oklahoma even areas of texas. look at dallas, only in the mid 80s. humidity is not too bad. you don't get many of these days in august typically near 100. chicago 80 and beautiful today. cleveland only 76 for you. dpk is one of the coolest days you've seen in a while at 84. tuesday we're still watching beautiful air throughout the east but the temperatures begin to jump back up louis. but i think everyone's going to appreciate lunch and dinner today in the east. that lack of humidity, the beautiful cool, crisp air, enjoy it. >> some nice weather in new
york. some nice weather in the northeast. i like those types of reports, bill. i got one more for you, fugitive on the run since april is in custody after authorities were able to see past his hollywood quality disguise. police in cape cod, massachusetts, surrounded an area home on thursday where 31-year-old shawn miller was staying. when they ordered him to come outside he did just that but not before making one last effort to get away. he slipped on a mask that made him look like an old man to try and avoid authorities despite his best efforts their officers weren't fooled and arrested miller they say they found two loaded weapons in nearly 30,000 dollars in cash in the home. miller is being held without bail until a hearing later this month. turning now to news from the entertainment industry a man by the name of lou perlman who is the creator of the backstreet boys and 'n sync died on friday at the age of 62. he was serving a 25 year sentence for a $300 million ponzi scheme for which he was
convicted of fraud in 2008. several of his artists were among those who sued him for keeping most of their money and many reacted on twitter to the news of his passing. here's ashley parker angel who tweeted love him or hate him lou gave many of us our start it's a shame he let greed get in his way. and then one of the biggest names of justin timberlake who began his musical career with the band 'n sync wrote i hope you found some peace god bless and rest in peace lou pearlman. pearlman's lawyer argued that he would be entering prison with significant health concerns. the cause of death is not listed in federal records. team usa racked up a little more gold before the end of the olympics. plus outrage on the wrestling match after one competitor gets disqualified and his coaches stage a very public and very interesting and unusual protest. we'll tell you about it when we come back in just a moment. new bikes aren't selling guys... what are we gonna do? how about we pump more into promotions? ♪
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welcome back. time now for sports and a final day of olympic competition in rio where the u.s. men's basketball team earned a third straight gold medal after defeating serbia 96-66 in yesterday's olympic basketball final. now team usa barely escaped with a win against serbia in an earlier round of the tournament and it appeared the gold medal match would also be a close contest with the u.s. clinging to just a four-point lead at the end of the first quarter. but team usa's offense exploded in the second as they jumped out to a 23-point lead.
heading into the second half and never looked back. usa's kevin durant led the way scoring a game-high 30 points the total ties the record for most points scored by a player in the gold medal match with the win carmelo anthony earns his third olympic title setting the record for most olympic gold medals won by a single player. the rio tournament is the last olympics for anthony and coach mike krzyzewski who walks away with the first men's basketball coach to have won three gold medals in the olympics. and history on the mat yesterday as american kyle snyder becomes usa's youngest olympic wrestling champion. the 20-year-old earns gold in his olympic debut after defeating the world's third ranked wrestler of azerbaijan. snyder won 2-1 in the 97kg freestyle wrestling. it's his first gold and the only gold the american men took home in wrestling. and controversy at the end of the bronze medal match in the 65kg wrestling after mongolia's
mandakhnaran was penalized costing him the bronze prize. the coaches stormed the mat and began stripping off their clothes in protest. look at that. obviously that didn't work. mongolia gives up the medal, and that was all but one i just can't get over those images. those guys just went out there, they stripped down, they just they were not going to let that happen without a fight. now, here's a look at the final medal count in rio the united states dominant from the start to finish. taking home a total of 121 medals. 46 gold, 37 silver and 38 bronze. china finishes in a distant second with 70 total medals followed by great britain and then russia. frances, pretty incredible there with the guys stripping off their clothes. >> how did they come out that's what they're going to do. you could yell out choice words maybe you know kick, scream, have their -- have their tantrum
but -- they decide to do that. with dad bods and all? >> that's it. i don't think they're going to be coming back after that one. >> maybe not. still ahead here, donald trump getting a newer groove? a few republican party leaders seem to think so plus trump and his surrogates continue to raise questions over hillary clinton's health but clinton's campaign is firing back we'll bring you those details next. before taking his team to state for the first time... gilman: go get it, marcus. go get it. ...coach gilman used his cash rewards credit card from bank of america to earn 1% cash back everywhere, every time. at places like the batting cages. ♪ [ crowd cheers ] 2% back at grocery stores and now at wholesale clubs. and 3% back on gas. which helped him give his players something extra. the cash rewards credit card from bank of america. more cash back for the things you buy most.
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which he'll rebound to victory or it's the beginning of the end. so let's look at his options. because obviously losing would be disastrous. because his entire brand is built around not doing that. >> i know how to win. that's what i've been doing all my life is i've been winning. i don't do anything unless i win. i have a winning temperament. i know how to win. because my whole life i've been winning. my whole life has been about winning. >> he's like an alien attempting to impersonate a human but he's only research was watching charlie sheen. and the problem is, trump wouldn't just be losing any election, he'd be losing it to hillary clinton. and that wouldn't just be off brand. it would be brand destroying. and he knows it. >> wouldn't that be embarrassing? to lose to crooked hillary clinton? that would be terrible. >> yes. exactly. >> tries to get his campaign back on track this morning. new polls are getting a new
glimpse of the state of the race. >> and another alert concerning the zika virus. a top u.s. doctor says the u.s. may have to deal with it for another two years. we'll tell you where the virus could be headed next. >> and good-bye rio after 16 days of competition the olympic flame for the twix summer games is now extinguished. good morning it's monday, august 22nd, i'm louis burgdorf alongside frances rivera. we'll get to the final competitions of the summer games in just a moment. >> but first we want to start with this. fresh off a shake-up at the top of his campaign trump spent the weekend with his new team. he and kellyanne conway and steve bannon attended a hispanic roundtable in new york and sean spicer, a key figure at the rnc, will take on an increased role at trump tower.
but their campaign has far to go with weeks remaining until the general election. despite improved fund-raising, a "new york times" story describes his campaign as bare bones, leaning on the republican party to get out the vote also handle digital outreach and raise money. the paper reports that in july alone clinton spent about $3 million on 700 staffers around the united states. a trump campaign source said trump had fewer than 200 total. and that field effort will rely heavily on about 500 rnc staff in 11 swing states. still the party's chair says trump is starting to hit on all sill be ders at the right time. >> i think he's had a great week. i think he's been on message. he's shown maturity as a candidate. i think that he's getting in to a groove. i think he likes the new style that he's been out on the campaign trail producing, and, and, and, and, and speaking of. i think he's done great. >> and a new poll shows hillary clinton has extended her lead to
six points in a key swing state over donald trump. the latest cbs/yougov finds clinton leading trump in ohio up two points from july. and in iowa clinton and trump are now even at 40%. with clinton up one point from july, libertarian candidate gary johnson had the biggest gain from last month in the hawkeye state up four points to 7%. struggling to find footing with minority voters donald trump crisscrossed the eastern part of the country. over the course of several speeches, he made a direct appeal to african-american voters. and though he is polling in single digits in key swing states, he tried to grab once more the mantle of the party of lincoln. >> the outreach to the african-american community is in an area where the republican party must do better. and it will do better. the gop is the party of abraham lincoln.
and i want our party to be the home of the african-american voter once again. what do you have to lose? you're living in poverty. your schools are no good. you have no jobs. 58% of your youth is unemployed. what the hell do you have to lose? and at the end of four years i guarantee you that i will get over 95% of the african-american vote. i promise you. >> to that clinton campaign responded in a statement saying in part, donald trump asked what the african-american community has to lose by voting for him. the answer is everything from a man who questions the citizenship of the first african-american president, courts white supremacists and has been sued for housing discrimination against communities of color.
>> and donald trump and his surrogates aren't letting up on claims that hillary clinton lacks the physical fitness to be commander in chief. former new york city mayor rudy giuliani encouraged voters to look up online videos while trump this weekend once again brought up the issue of clinton's energy. >> she will never be able to fix the isis problem that her policies created. the one thing she doesn't have the strength or the stamina, coupled with all of the other problems that this country has. >> she has an entire media empire that constantly demonizes donald trump and fails to point out that she hasn't had a press conference in 300 days, 200 days, 100 days, i don't know how long. fails to point out several signs of illness by her. all you've got to do is go online -- >> her campaign and the people defending her are saying there's
nothing factual to the claims about her health. and that -- >> go online -- >> and that's speculation at best. >> go online and put down hillary clinton illness, take a look at the videos for yourself. >> people are concerned about it across the country. look, our own -- >> who? >> voters, poppy, voters. i mean -- >> about hillary clinton's health? >> about her stamina. when she is only campaigned 11 days in the month of august, and donald trump -- >> -- to one person outside of yourself i guess who is concerned about hillary clinton's health right now? >> obviously rudy giuliani. she has had an incident where she fell and had a major concussion, and then she had a blood clot in her head. a very serious blood clot. i mean that's something to be concerned about. >> that was years ago and she's been cleared by her doctors. >> and you know what -- let me say this, the nfl has had major lawsuits from players having concussion years ago. it is a serious issue, and the people want it answered. >> he has said that she doesn't
have the strength or the stamina for a very long time. that part is nothing new. what's new are the other reports of the observations of hillary clinton's behavior and mannerisms, specifically with what you just showed in those previous clips, as well as her dysphasia, the fact that she's fallen, she has had -- >> hold on -- >> there's no indication that she's fallen -- >> let's just step back for one second. >> and we should once again note that hillary clinton's doctor says she is in excellent physical condition. her spokesperson meanwhile hit back at rudy giuliani tweeting google rudy and health and you can read about how he withdrew from the 2000 senate race against clinton. the former mayor did quit that race after announcing he was battling prostate cancer. time now to turn to some business and all eyes on fed chair janet yellen for hints of another rate hike and another major merger this morning. plus the recent gain in oil prices appears to be fizzling out. hadley gamble joins us now from
london. hadley, some of those oil prices they've been surging over the past two weeks, so what changed this morning and are we going to see any difference at the pump? >> well, it's interesting if you look at what happened this morning the oil prices plunging at the start of trade today, and basically what we've seen of course is week-long rally coming to an end and that rally was what really pushed prices at the pump up about half a percent to $2.17 a gallon that's up 54 cents from this time last year one of the course big questions is why that took place today with the plunge in prices and one of the questions is whether or not all of that rally last week really will bring u.s. producers back to the foreground. now another story that we're watching of course is what's happening with pfizer the potential for a $14 billion all-cash deal taking place as early as today looking to buy this firm, a biotech company that has one of the most popular prostate fighting cancer drugs on the market it rakes in about $2 billion in sales per year so a big question whether or not pfizer will get that big deal done today. and all eyes on the federal
reserve, the fed chair out in wyoming at jackson hole meeting this week. the big question of course is what they're going to do about interest rates, when they're going to be raising those interest rates and when so all eyes on the fed this week and a lot of questions for investors surrounding that meeting. guys? >> a lot to watch this monday. cnbc's hadi gamble live from london thank you. still ahead, donald trump visits flood victims in louisiana and has a message for president obama, who isn't expected to visit the area until tomorrow. we'll have the latest from baton rouge. plus americans make history up until the very end in rio, including a u.s. boxer who won gold, once again. we'll be right back.
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a top u.s. official -- health official is warning that zika could spread beyond florida into more of the continental united states. citing the recent historic flooding in louisiana, national institutes of health director dr. anthony fauci says it wouldn't be a surprise if zika cases popped up in other gulf
coast states. this comes as florida governor rick scott confirmed on friday that five people have been infected locally with the disease in miami beach, including three tourists. officials say this suggests infected mosquitoes are now in the area which includes much of south beach. the cdc has issued a new travel warning advising pregnant women to avoid the popular tourist destination. zika has infected 36 people locally in florida, mostly just outside of miami, in the wynwood area. although the cdc says that number is undoubtedly higher. in southern california, all of the blue cut fire evacuation orders have been lifted. and as of last night, crews had the wild fire 85% contained. no deaths have been reported but according to officials at least 105 homes were destroyed. at this point the cause is still under investigation. and in northern california, evacuees are returning home after being forced out by the clayton fire. at least 189 homes were lost in the flames as the fire scorched about 4,000 acres. at this point investigators believe the clayton fire was sparked by a suspected serial
arsonist damin pashlik. frances, it's been a very difficult summer in baton rouge, louisiana, to say the least, the city has seen a string of tragedies, including the officer-involved shooting death of alton sterling, three police officers killed in an ambush, and last week's devastating floods after facing waves of criticism for being on vacation during the flooding response, president obama will now travel to the hard-hit area tomorrow. donald trump toured the flood damage on friday, handing out food and supplies, according to his campaign trump also donated $100,000 to a louisiana church. later on friday, he criticized president obama's absence during a rally in michigan. >> it was actually incredible. the spirit of the people is incredible. the devastation likewise, they've never seen anything like it. but the spirit of the people is incredible, and honestly, obama ought to get off the golf course and get down there.
>> and hillary clinton, meanwhile, has sent an e-mail to supporters asking that they donate to flood relief efforts. let's bring in nbc meteorologist bill karins now with a check on your weather. bill, i really hope the people of louisiana get some better -- better weather here. >> they have. and they are going to get some storms in the forecast. actually bring you over to the forecast map. the front that went through the south has sagged enough that it is going to cause some additional storms today. so today this is a stationary front. little bit of rain, the flood threat is not completely over with. they did get a little bit of rain yesterday but they're not going to get like drenched. this takes us through the data. this is 5:00 p.m. on this map where you see the yellow and reds, these are the showers and thunderstorms popping up from houston, a few here in louisiana. but it's not going to be like horrendous. we will see additional showers and storms along the front over the next two days. so it's not out of the question to get some isolated flooding. but we're not going to see anything wideed very. you can see as we go throughout 5:00 p.m. tuesday, there are isolated showers and storms in southern louisiana. the rainfall totals over the next three days don't look, any isolated cell that can produce more widespread, not much.
this is a half inch and a quarter inch of rain over the flood region over the next three days. if we actually get any flash flooding this week we have to watch tuesday night into wednesday, some heavy rain could develop from the des moines area just north of kansas city, north of st. louis. this could possibly be around two inches of rain. that would be tuesday night into wednesday. so the forecast for today, we're getting rain that's going to be exiting the boston area. even have some pretty strong storms around 2:00 to 3:00 a.m. this morning. that is leaving. even though you have a rainy morning out on cape cod, there's the scattered storms in the south. and we had one of the best august weekends you'll ever see in the ohio valley, and the great lakes. that air is finally making it to the east, so enjoy this today. a little break from your summer humidity and heat. i know it's 88 in atlanta but it's going to feel like mid 80s. great in the shade today. same for charlotte, raleigh to richmond to d.c. to baltimore right up into new york city. that forecast of the lower humidities will remain with us for a couple days. the temperatures will creep up on to tuesday into the mid 80s. and then we'll watch 86. tuesday morning, could be in the 40s in some spots in areas of
new england. so that's like really your first taste of, you know, sooner or later we're going to have to turn the heat back on. we'll watch that. here's the radar again the rain out on cape cod this morning and the rain out on maine but this clear, beautiful air behind it, this is as good as it gets as we go throughout this time of year guys. i mean you don't get many august days like this. >> 40s? i can't get over the -- >> there will be more than one person turning their heat on in the car tomorrow morning at this time, i promise you. >> it's bad enough all the back-to-school stuff started months ago already and now you're telling me 40s. my brain has to process that. stop it stop it. >> picking apples -- >> stop, stop, stop. all right, bill, thanks. up next, on to more serious news here really heartbreaking child suicide bomber seems to be behind the latest attack in turkey this morning. at least 51 people are dead, 70 injured. and we will get a live report. t. mom didn't want another dog. she said it's too much work. lulu's hair just floats. uhh help me! (doorbell) mom, check this out. wow. swiffer sweeper, and dusters.
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the ring after successfully defending her women's olympic middleweight boxing title. shields never trailed her opponent from the netherlands on the scoreboard am abouting the first american to earn two gold medals in boxing in over a century. she is also the first u.s. boxer to successfully defend an olympic title. and american galen rupp brings home bronze for men in the men's marathon. he claimed the third place prize for the u.s. after running the 26.2 miles for just the second time ever. he finished behind the gold medalist from kenya who is the second fastest marathon runner of all time completing the race in 2 hours 8 minutes and 44 seconds. that is flying there. and with that, the olympic flame in rio has been extinguished after 16 days of competition between the world's top athletes, the games came to an end with one final celebration. last night's carnival inspired ceremony american gymnast simone biles bearing the flag for the united states as olympic teams made one final march the world now looking forward to the 2020
games set for tokyo. frances. >> all right, louis, thanks. now we turn to that tough story out of turkey where more than 50 people are dead and nearly 70 others injured after a child suicide bomber detonated an explosive at a wedding in southeastern turkey near the syrian border on saturday. turkey's president erdogan says the bomber was between the ages of 12 and 14 years old. and that isis extremists are most likely to blame. reuters report it happened near the end of after a traditional wedding party actual ri henna party where wedding guests have their hands and feet painted. the attack comes amid ongoing tensions following last month's failed military coup. joining us now from london with more is nbc news correspondent kelly cobiella. good morning. those images so tough to see coming out of there. >> they really are, frances. and just the details of this attack, as well. more violence in turkey over the weekend. turkey's president, of course, blaming isis for sending this young suicide bomber to a kurdish wedding party saturday
night. the blast ripping through an outdoor celebration in gaziantep in the southeast near the syrian border. the party was just ending, the guests still dancing in the street when the bomb went off. this morning the government says 22 of the victims were children under the age of 14. most of them ethnic kurds. at funerals on sunday people shouted shame on you erdogan, voicing their anger at turkey's president. the nato ally has been under attack from isis militants and kurdish separatists for over a year now. there was, of course, the gun and bomb attack in istanbul's ataturk airport in june, the still reeling from that failed coup attempt last month. 340 died during that violence. and more attacks targeting police and soldiers last week. president erdogan vowing to fight on to continue fighting isis, saying security operations are already under way. frances? >> can't get over that 22 were
kids. thank you so much. nbc's kelly cobiella, appreciate it. still ahead, a look at the stories that will be making headlines in the day ahead, including the latest in the quest for hillary clinton's e-mails. we'll be right back. slept... you're not you. tylenol® pm relieves pain and helps you fall fast asleep and stay asleep. we give you a better night. you're a better you all day. tylenol®. ssoon, she'll be binge-studying. now she writes mostly in emoji. soon, she'll type the best essays in the entire 8th grade. today, the only spanish words he knows are burrito and enchilada. soon, he'll take notes en espanol. get back to great with the right gear. from the place with the experts. office depot officemax. gear up for school. gear up for great. [ yes. yes. ]
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before we toss it over to "morning joe," want to get a check of the day ahead. an appeal hearing for former penn state assistant football coach jerry sandusky is set for today. his lawyers argue his conviction on child sex crimes should be overturned because of errors in his initial trial. he is currently serving up to 60 years in prison. hearing is set for today in the long-running public records lawsuit for hillary clinton's e-mails. the group judicial watch is seeking all of clinton's e-mails between 2009 and 2013. on friday a federal judge ruled that clinton must answer written questions from the group. and on the campaign trail today donald trump holds a rally at the university of akron in battleground ohio. hillary clinton attends a fund-raiser in los angeles and running mate tim kaine holds two events in las vegas while republican vice presidential nominee mike pence campaigns in iowa. that does it for us on this monday. we thank you for starting your
day and your week with us. i'm frances rivera alongside louis burgdorf. "morning joe" starts right now.
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