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that they're counting on his leadership. i said watch this space. you're nearly guaranteed that this story will change again some time very soon. are you enjoying being a grandparent? >> it is the best. >> do you wish you had more time, that this campaign didn't coincide with the kids being so little? >> well i think i'd be distraught if we didn't have facetime. >> oh, you do that a lot? >> all the time. >> have you considered using facetime instead of e-mail? >> actually -- actually i think that's really good advice. >> that's a good idea. >> not a bad idea, it's a good idea. >> so the saga continues. hillary clinton is once again answering questions over her use of a private server, after an fbi probe finds thousands of previously unreleased e-mails. plus -- >> we'll get ritd of the crime.
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you'll be able to walk down the street without getting shot. right now you walk down the street, you get shot. look at the statistics. we'll straighten it out. >> donald trump once again tries to sell himself to minority voters claiming they'll be safer if he wins the white house. >> and the fallout from ryan lochte's tall tale about being robbed in rio continues. sponsors are severing ties potentially costing him millions after the international incident. good to be with you. it is tuesday, august 23rd. i'm frances rivera alongside louis burgdorf. donald trump is continuing his call for minority communities to get behind his campaign rallying in akron, ohio, last night. the republican nominee made a plea for hispanic support. a group that has been wary of his rhetoric linking immigration
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and crime. >> poor hispanic and african-american citizens are the first to lose a job, or to see a pay cut, when we don't control our borders. hillary clinton's plan amounts to total and absolute total open borders. open borders. the democrats have failed completely in the inner cities. poverty, rejection, horrible education, no housing, no homes, no ownership. crime at levels that nobody's seen. you could go to war zones in countries that we're fighting, and it's safer than living in some of our inner cities. to the african-americans who i employ so many, so many people, to the hispanics, tremendous
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people, what the hell do you have to lose? give me a chance. look, it is a disaster the way african-americans are living in many cases, and in many cases the way hispanics are living and i say it with such a deep-felt feeling. >> and the clinton campaign responded in part, it could not be clearer how much african-americans have to lose under donald trump. he is doubling down on insults, fear, and stereotypes that set our community back and further divide our country. but again, this is not surprising. this is a man who questions the citizenship of the first african-american president, has a disturbing pattern of courting white supremacists, and has been sued for housing discrimination against communities of color. and amid speculation of whether trump is evolving on his handling of immigration policy, he said this on fox news last night when asked about his previous comments about dwight
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eisenhower's controversial deportation program from the '50s. >> the -- the actual seizure of human beings, taking them from their homes, and putting them in a detention center so that the -- their illegal alien status can be adjudicated, do you see -- >> you don't have to put them in a detention center. bill you're the first one to mention detention center. >> so you wouldn't do that -- >> we will find out who these people -- i never even heard the term. i'm not going to put them in a detention center. >> well you cited dwight eisenhower -- mr. trump, you cited dwight eisenhower on this program -- >> that was in 1952, who by the way, deported tremendous numbers of -- >> he rounded them up. he took them out. and so when you cited him as an example of someone that you -- >> no, i said -- >> -- the conclusion is. >> i said that it's something that has been done in a very strong manner. i don't agree with that. i'm not talking about detention centers. i have very, very good relationships with a lot of
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people, a lot of hispanic people, we're talking about it. we're going to get rid of the bad ones. the bad ones are going to be out of here fast. and you know there are plenty of bad ones. gang members, gang leaders. you look at los angeles, you see what's happening. they're going out fast. they're going to be out of here so fast your head will spin. as far as the rest we're going to go through the process like they are now, perhaps with a lot more energy, and we're going to do it only through the system of laws. >> okay. >> the trump campaign is meanwhile canceling at least three events out west. nbc has learned from a campaign source that a major policy speech on immigration planned for thursday in battleground colorado has been postponed. this comes in the wake of his weekend meeting with his hispanic advisory council. he'll reportedly keep a fund-raising event in aspen on thursday. it's a similar story in las vegas, canceling a rally planned for friday. again reportedly keeping a fund-raiser in lake tahoe on the calendar. and a rally and a fund-raiser set for the end of the month in oregon may have both been scrubbed. according to oregon public broadcasting those cancellations come as a result of scheduling
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changes due to the nominee's trip to louisiana last friday in the wake of flooding there. frances, it was a day of revelations and criticism involving the clinton foundation. this time new e-mail showing access donors got to hillary clinton's top aides during her time as secretary of state. in the middle of it all, bill clinton has announced that he will step back from the clinton foundation in a lengthy statement touting their work to combat disease and poverty, clinton said that if his wife is elected he will leave the foundation's board and stop fund-raising for it. his statement came just as the group judicial watch released e-mails regarding the foundation and then-secretary clinton state department aides with previously undisclosed exchanges that include clinton herself. the e-mails show huma abedin setting up meetings for the crown prince of bahrain who committed $32 million to their global initiative, and receiving multiple requests from donors or foundation staffers. clinton's campaign dismissed the
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release as quote false attacks from a right wing organization adding no matter how this group tries to mischaracterize these documents, the fact remains that hillary clinton never took action as secretary of state because of the donations to the clinton foundation. while donald trump called the foundation the most corrupt enterprise in political history, and insisted that it should be shut down and investigated. >> the clintons made the state department into the same kind of pay for play operation as the arkansas government was. pay the clinton foundation huge sums of money and throw in some big speaking fees for bill clean and you got to play. you got to do what you wanted to do. the amounts involved, the favors done, and the significant number of times it was done, require an expedited investigation by a special prosecutor immediately, immediately, immediately.
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after the fbi and department of justice whitewashed hillary clinton's e-mail crimes, they certainly cannot be trusted to quickly or impartially investigate hillary clinton's new crimes, which happen all the time. >> even more of hillary clinton's e-mails may see the light of day just before election day. a federal judge is pushing the state department to accelerate a review of nearly 15,000 previously undisclosed documents and e-mails recovered by the fbi during its investigation into clinton's use of private servers while she was secretary of state. while the judge has yet to set a schedule for the e-mails to be made public a justice department lawyer proposed a phased release beginning october 14th. but speaking to jimmy kimmel last night clinton brushed off concerns about a so-called october surprise. >> the state department said that they have to release 15,000 e-mails by the deadline is a
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couple of days before the debate. are you concerned about that? >> no. >> because i would be terrified if my e-mails were released. >> but, jimmy, my e-mails are so boring. >> yeah. mine aren't. >> i'm embarrassed about that, they're so boring. and so we've already released, i don't know, 30,000-plus, so what's a few more. >> so at the end you're not concerned that there's going to be something that donald trump is able to use against you, that comes in at the last second? >> but he makes up stuff to use against me. so, if he would stick with reality i wouldn't have a worry in the world. >> donald trump's wife melania is threatening to sue several news outlets over what she calls defamatory statements about her past. trump's lawyer said yesterday that the daily mail had been put on notice over a report last week citing a slovenian magazine that she worked for an escort service during the 1990s. ha previously represented lk hogan in his successful defamation suit against gawker media. the article raised questions about melania's biography and immigration to the united states.
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two of the websites that were warned by trump the bipartisan report and the inquisitor both posted apologies and retractions yesterday for citing that daily mail report. meanwhile according to the attorney politico has reportedly also been put on notice by mrs. trump regarding its reporting earlier this month on her immigration story. the website did not respond to request for comment from the boston globe. >> the olympics may be over by the fallout over ryan lochte's discredited claim of being robbed at gunpoint in brazil continues as four of his sponsors have now cut ties with the olympic athlete. swim airmaker speedo announced yesterday it was dropping the 32-year-old. the company released a statement that read in part, quote, we cannot condone behavior that is counter to the values this brand has long stood for. the company also announced it would donate a $50,000 portion of lochte's sponsorship fee to the charity save the children's brazilian operation. lochte responded saying that he respected speedo's decision. ralph lauren which outfitted
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team usa for the rio ceremonies told cnbc yesterday it would not renew its current deal with the olympian stressing the sponsorship had only been for the rio games. the company has also removed some of lochte's images from its website frances. >> all right, still ahead, louisiana flooding disaster gets political. the white house is deflecting criticism ahead of the president's visit today. plus new fierce in south florida as students go back to school amid the growing zika outbreak. 33 those stories and a check of the weather when we come right back. hey, need fast heartburn relief?
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welcome back. turning overseas now iran says russia will no longer use its air base to launch strikes over syria an iranian foreign ministry spokesperson said that russia quote has no base in iran and their recent use of the air base was temporary and based on a russian question. the announcement came just hours after the iranian defense minister blasted russia for publicizing the use of the base
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saying they were showing off. meanwhile, the syrian observatory for human rights says that 16 people, including several children, were killed in airstrikes yesterday. and the u.n. is calling for a 48-hour humanitarian truce to get much-needed aid into the country. over in libya the fight against isis is ramping up as well with the help of u.s. airstrikes, pro-government forces, are gaining ground against isis in the effort to reclaim former dictator moammar gadhafi's hometown of sert. after a 16-day vacation on martha's vineyard, president obama travels to louisiana today to get a firsthand look at the devastation caused by last week's historic flooding. white house press secretary josh earnest pushed back at critics yesterday, who criticized the president for not visiting the state sooner. >> there's all too competent
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effective, strong, coordinated government response. >> hillary clinton meanwhile says she will also travel too louisiana to visit the communities affected by the flooding. but will do so, quote, athe a time when the presence of a political campaign will not disrupt the response. >> and the zika virus is sparking fresh fears after it was confirmed to have spread to miami beach florida's governor rick scott has announced an emergency fund of $5 million to help fight zika. however, florida leaders say it's not enough, and are ramping up on their calls on congress to pass a funding bill. >> mosquitoes, zika, is not republican and it's not democrat. it's a issue that affects all of us. we need to come together as one, and make sure we get the proper funding so we can eradicate this and get it taken care of immediately.
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>> the only way to make sure that we can develop a vaccine is putting money into it. the researchers can't continue that research without making sure they have the resources to do it. >> this all comes as students headed back to school yesterday in miami-dade county the superintendent spent the first day trying to soothe parents' fears. >> they know what to do if they receive a call they are aware, they know the risk factors. and some of them have, you know, dressed in long sleeve shirts and pants. many of them applied insect repellent. but really, there are no worries. >> time now to get a check on your weather with nbc meteorologist bill karins. bill, what do we have in store for us today? >> well, louis, a lot of us are going to have a beautiful day today. but other people are starting to get i don't want to say worried but the radar is up. the attention is now being focused on the hurricane season, especially anyone that lives in the southeast. we're heading towards the peak of our season. things are starting to get active. here's where we are in the calendar. this is the peak september 10th
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and now we quickly ramp things up. this is where we are. it's not a surprise that last night we had a new named system. we have tropical storm gaston that we're now tracking. three storms kind of in line out in the atlantic this is the fushtest one away from us, well off the coast of africa, well out here in the middle of the atlantic, just a weak tropical storm. then we have what's left of fiona dying quickly and then we have our tropical wave that's a little healthier. that's the one i'm most concerned with and everyone in the southeast is watching. tropical storm gaston will likely become a hurricane later today or tomorrow but harmlessly going out into the open atlantic. bermuda will still need to watch it. everybody else on the east coast looks safe from that storm. all of these line are different computer models that are giving us their best guest estimates of where it's going to be heading in the next five days. so we take it five days from right now, possibly brushing just north of the virgin islands, puerto rico, and then heading up somewhere near the bahamas. some of our tracks are trying to
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take it in the general direction of florida. so that gets our attention immediately. the water's very warm along this path. so now it's just a question of can this storm get its act together? some of our computer models think it will be barely nothing at all. very, you know, just maybe some rain and squalls going through florida. other of our computer models think it could intensify and possibly be a hurricane so that's why we're going to need to watch that again the timing for florida in the bahamas would be sunday, monday, tuesday as we go into next week. so the forecast for today, i mentioned there's some beautiful weather out there, d.c. through the northeast, it's cool, it's refreshing, windows should be open, and it's going to be gorgeous southeast will get some showers and storms. you know, frances, i wouldn't doubt if there will be more than one person turning the heat on in their car this morning as they head especially in the northeast, temperatures in the 50s. >> you know how i feel about that. i told you about that yesterday but gaston hopefully you know, will be harmless. >> gaston will be the harmless one. it's the other one we're going to have to watch. >> just like the character from beauty and the beast, that's gaston. you should know that. >> i do very well.
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>> there is an unidentified mythical-like creature creeping through the woods in maine. now look at this. this is a massive 10 foot long snake the same one they saw in june while it was eating a large mammal. this is found this weekend near a hiking trail in the city of westbrook. officials believe the skin belonged to a pet python that was left there. cops have named the unidentified reptile wessy a nod to the town and the loch ness monster. the twitter page over 1400 followers. and has plenty to say about politics here. and you know what? very interactive if wessie is watching, i tweeted and said you're going to be on msnbc in a couple minutes. oh, yeah, more tv time. yes, yes, thank you for the heads up. so we have a fan. >> pythons in maine? that's strange. >> that's what it is. and a twitter account as well. all right. still ahead we have all the highlights from major league
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baseball plus former lakers star kobe bryant only retired a few months ago but seems he's ready to trade in the basketball court for the board room. >> actually bob costas says he thinks ryan lochte may have cost himself millions of dollars in potential endorsements following the rio scandal. i don't know about that. he just signed a bunch of big endorsements in the past few days. he's endorsing dishonest tea. he's also endorsing the shoe brand sketchy. you know those. they're comfortable. they're comfortable shoes. >> they're a little sketchy. >> and finally the new spokesman for the book rio for dummies. so he'll be fine. he's fine.
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from the place with the experts. office depot officemax. gear up for school. gear up for great. welcome back. time now for sports where former lakers star kobe bryant has unveiled his plans for life after retirement. bryant along with a partner announced the launch of a $100 million venture capitalist fund aiming to invest in media, technology and data companies. "the wall street journal" reports the venture has already invested in 13 companies including the sports media website the player's tribune and the home juicing company juiceera. the city of los angeles will celebrate the retired nba player tomorrow which has been declared kobe bryant day the date of 8/24 represents both jersey numbers worn by bryant over his 20 year career. congratulations to him. let's go to baltimore the orioles and the nationals tied in the 4th inning with baltimore's first lead of the night with a two-run homer out
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in left field that's trumbo's major league leading home run in the season. what a shock there. the cincinnati where the dodgers put on a slugfest against the reds. all led by adrian gonzalez who went yard three times off of three different pitchers. gonzalez drove in a career high eight runs in the game. also getting in on the action were the dodgers andrew tolls and rob who went back to back hitting their first career home runs the first dodgers duo to complete that feat a total of seven home runs were hit by los angeles in the game as they went on to beat the reds a whopping 18-9. all right let's go to phoenix now the braves and the diamondbacks tied in the bottom of the ninth arizona trying to avoid extra innings. >> oh! he walks it off! see you later! >> paul goldschmidt crushes a
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homer to give the diamondbacks the win there. and finally this morning a contender for the catch of the year as red sox rookie outfielder nearly flips over the wall as he robs tampa of a home run to snag the help of boston ace david price holds his former team to just two hits over eight innings as he goes on to win his third straight decision with their 6-2 victory over the race the red sox moved into first place tie with the blue jays atop the a.l. east and what a catch that was frances. unbelievable. >> over and over again you could still watch it. >> that will make the highlights for sure. for a long time. >> still ahead a new concern for anyone with allergies. an alarming rise in cost of a life saving device. plus the clinton foundation coming under fire this morning as critics including donald trump call for an investigation. we'll have those details next. wish your skin could
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hillary clinton said she turned over all of her work related e-mail. she -- [ shouting "lock her up" ] >> she testified to congress under penalty of perjury. now we learn about over 15,000 e-mails she failed to turn over, and they've just been discovered. i guess today. and don't forget, the 33,000 e-mails she's already deleted.
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colin powell just proved again how dishonest hillary clinton is, after he busted her for trying to pin the e-mail scandal on him. one more hillary clinton lie. >> would you prefer to be running against somebody boring like mitt romney, who's, you know, just kind of a vanilla guy? >> i would prefer to be running against somebody who i thought was qualified to be president, and temperamentally fit to be commander in chief. yes. >> hillary clinton stops by jimmy kimmel while raising big money but ends in why she's facing new questions about her e-mails. >> did foreign donations to the clinton foundation influence her decision making while secretary of state? this morning donald trump is calling for the foundation to be shut down. >> and later, how the stories of children are bringing attention back to the all-but forgotten civil war in syria.
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good morning, it's tuesday, august 23rd. i'm louis burgdorf alongside frances rivera we'll have more on hillary clinton's appearance on jimmy kimmel a lot bit later. >> it was a day of revelations and criticism involving the clinton foundation. this time new e-mails showing access donors got to hillary clinton's top aides during her time as secretary of state. and in the middle of it all, bill clinton has announced he will step back from the clinton foundation. in a lengthy statement touting their work to combat disease and poverty, clinton says that if his wife is elected he will leave the foundation's board and stop fund-raising for it. his statement came just as the conference group judicial watch released 725 pages of e-mails involving the foundation, and then-secretary clinton's state department aides with 20 previously undisclosed exchanges that include clinton herself. the e-mails show clinton's top aide huma abedin setting up a meeting for the crown prince of
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bahrain who committed $32 million to their global initiative, and receiving multiple requests from donors or foundation staffers. clinton's campaign dismissed the release as, quote, false attacks from a right wing organization adding, no matter how this group tries to mischaracterize these documents, the fact remains that hillary clinton never took action as secretary of state because of donations to the clinton foundation. while donald trump called the foundation the most corrupt enterprise in political history and insisted it be shut down and investigated. >> the clintons made the state department into the same kind of pay for play operation as the arkansas government was. pay the clinton foundation huge sums of money and throw in some big speaking fees for bill clinton, and you got to play. you got to do what you wanted to do. the amounts involve d, the favos done and the significant number of times it was done require an
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expedited investigation by a special prosecutor immediately, immediately, immediately. after the fbi and department of justice whitewashed hillary clinton's e-mail crimes they certainly cannot be trusted to quickly or impartially investigate hillary clinton's new crimes, which happen all the time. >> and even more of hillary clinton's e-mails may see the light of day just before election day. a federal judge is pushing the state department to accelerate a review of nearly 15,000 previously undisclosed documents in e-mails recovered by the fbi during its investigation into clinton's use of private servers while she was secretary of state. while the judge has yet to set a schedule for the e-mails to be made public, a judge proposed a phased release beginning october 14th. but speaking to jimmy kimmel last night, clinton brushed off concern about a so-called october surprise.
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>> the state department said that they have to release 15,000 e-mails by the deadline is a couple of days before the debate. are you concerned about that? >> no. >> because i would be terrified if my e-mails were released. >> but, jimmy, my e-mails are so boring. >> yeah. mine aren't. >> i'm embarrassed about that, they're so boring. and so we've already released, i don't know, 30,000-plus, so what's a few more. >> so at the end you're not concerned that there's going to be something that donald trump is able to use against you, that comes in at the last second? >> but he makes up stuff to use against me. so, if he would stick with reality i wouldn't have a worry in the world. >> donald trump is continuing his call for minority communities to get behind his campaign. rallying in akron, ohio, last night the republican nominee made a plea for hispanic support, a group that has been wary of his rhetoric linking immigration and crime. >> poor hispanic and african-american citizens are
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the first to lose a job, or to see a pay cut when we don't control our borders. hillary clinton's plan amounts to total and absolute total open borders. open borders. the democrats have failed completely in the inner cities. poverty, rejection, horrible education, no housing, no homes, no ownership. crime at levels that nobody's seen. you could go to war zones in countries that we're fighting, and it's safer than living in some of our inner cities. to the african-americans who i employ so many, so many people, to the hispanics, tremendous people, what the hell do you have to lose? give me a chance.
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look, it is a disaster the way african-americans are living in many cases, and in many cases the way hispanics are living and i say it with such a deep-felt feeling. >> as you'd expect the clinton campaign responded in part, it could not be clearer how much african-americans have to lose under donald trump. he is doubling down on insults, fear, and stereotypes that set our community back and further divide our country. but again, this is not surprising. they say, this is a man who questions the citizenship of the first african-american president, has a disturbing pattern of courting white supremacists, and has been sued for housing discrimination against communities of color. and amid speculation of whether trump is evolving on his handling of immigration policy, he said this on fox news last night when asked about his previous comments about dwight eisenhower's controversial deportation program from the '50s. >> the -- the actual seizure of
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human beings, taking them from their homes, and putting them in a detention center so that the -- their illegal alien status can be adjudicated, do you see -- >> you don't have to put them in a detention center. bill you're the first one to mention detention center. you don't have to put them in a detention center. >> so you wouldn't do that -- you would keep them in their homes -- >> no, i never even heard the term. i'm not going to put them in a detention center, no. >> well you cited dwight eisenhower -- mr. trump, you cited dwight eisenhower on this program -- >> that was in 1952, who by the way, deported tremendous numbers of -- >> he rounded them up. he took them out. and so when you cited him as an example of someone that you -- >> no, i said -- would emulate that's what the conclusion is. >> i said that it's something that has been done in a very strong manner. i don't agree with that. i'm not talking about detention centers. i have very, very good relationships with a lot of people, a lot of hispanic people, we're talking about it. we're going to get rid of the bad ones. the bad ones are going to be out
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of here fast. and you know there are plenty of bad ones. gang members, gang leaders. you look at los angeles, you see what's happening. they're going out fast. they're going to be out of here so fast your head will spin. as far as the rest we're going to go through the process like they are now, perhaps with a lot more energy, and we're going to do it only through the system of laws. >> okay. let's turn now to business where one of the nation's largest banks is being fined by the consumer financial protection bureau for illegal student loan practices. cnbc's hadley gamble joins us live from london. hadley, what do you have for us this morning on that and epi pens are actually increasing in price as well which is a big story. >> exactly, louis. looks like the government is slapping wells fargo with a $3.6 million fee. they say that essentially the bank was not only charging illegal fees to on time borrowers but they were also not explaining to borrowers that there were ways to avoid fees and even failing to correct credit reports. so some big problems there for wells fargo.
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another story is what's happening with epi pen. basically severe allergy sufferers are required by their doctors to carry at least two of these pens athe all times because it's a life saving drug. and now with prices popping up about $600 per set of these pens, they're really feeling a price pinch. and of course all eyes this week from investors on the federal reserve wondering what janet yellen is going to say about a potential rate hike later this week in jackson hole, wyoming, the big question is how much they're going to raise rates and when so a lot of questions as we move forward into the week. >> hadley gamble live from london. thanks so much. frances? >> to the fallout over ryan lochte's discredited claim of being robbed at gunpoint in brazil. it continues as four of his sponsors have now cut ties with the olympic athlete. swim wearmaker speedo announced yesterday it was dropping the 32-year-old. the company released a statement that read in part we cannot condone behavior that is counter to the values this brand has long stood for. the company also announced it would donate a $50,000 portion
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of lochte's sponsorship fee to the charity save the children's brazilian operation. lochte responded saying that he respected speedo's decision. ralph lauren which outfitted team usa for the rio ceremonies told cnbc yesterday it would not renew its current deal with the olympian, stressing the sponsorship had been only for the rio games. the company has also removed some of lochte's images from its website. and hillary clinton laughed with jimmy kimmel in los angeles. making light of conspiracy theories over her health. half joking, half serious. plus bill karins joins us with a check of our forecast when we come back in just a moment.
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♪ met a boy cute as can be ♪ ♪ summer days drifting away ♪ >> four indiana state police officers lip-synching to summer nights from grease closing out the last day at the state fair. nbc's meteorologist bill karins -- >> we can do beauty school dropout how about that one? >> well summer nights is drifting away. >> at least i -- i ended our last half tour telling you the threat to florida. just want to mention we're going to get to the point now where we're going to be getting into a lot of our different computer models. you're going to hear about our american model versus the european computer model the reason is being that this tropical wave, it's not even a named system yesterday is heading in the general system of the bahamas. . most of the computers were saying it would be a weak system. now some are saying we could have an impacting system heading towards florida sunday monday time frame of next week. that's why we're going to start
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paying attention. here's our european computer model. last night this shifted a little bit. our american computer model is showing very low impact not even an organized system heading towards the bahamas and florida. our european model all of a sudden this little closed line here, this is where we're in the center of the storm would be. that's where the lowest pressure is and now we're watching it kind of intensify. the more lines you get closer together the stronger the system would be. this would be sunday afternoon, sunday evening heading somewhere for central florida. all of a sudden this really got our attention last night not that this is definitely going to happen but the odds and the possibility are now becoming more apparent, you know, now it's not just all of our computers are saying it not now some are saying it's possible, that would be sunday, and then even past that into monday, we kind of drifted over florida, then possibly into the gulf said too so again that's the european computer model. our american model is saying nothing. the other story severe weather. this will definitely happen later on this afternoon into this evening. sioux city to des moines to omaha about 4.5 million people at risk of severe storms today,
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damaging winds and the hail threat with that. we don't have a lotf problems out there. there's onlyne storm that's lingering right now and that will continue to drift toward the north. there will be new storms forming later on this afternoon. bring you back over here for the forecast today. a lot of people are commenting at least around here about the coolest morning we've had since probably the early summer, and many areas of new england and the northeast and the mid-atlantic so be prepared for that when you wake up this morning. get rid of no air conditioning needed today in many areas, too. save ary money on that. but again frances, we'll have more updates obviously we've got about five to six days before we have any impact even close to florida, with that next tropical wave. and you know you're going to get threats during the season and this looks like it could be one of them. >> you're going to be watching closely. thank you. we mentioned earlier in the hour that hillary clinton stopped by jimmy kimmel live while holding fund-raisers on the west coast and she talked about how she's prepared for the debates and she made light of the rumors floating around about her health. >> rudy giuliani was on fox news yesterday and today, and he's saying you look -- you seem to
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be sick, you look tired, et cetera, et cetera. >> hmm. >> are you in good health? >> well, this has become one of their themes. you take my -- take my pulse while i'm talking to you. >> okay. >> so, make sure i'm alive. >> oh, my god there's nothing there. >> there's nothing there. what could i say. back in october, the national enquirer said i would be dead in six months. >> oh, wow. >> so with every breath i take i feel like it's a new lease on life. >> can you open this jar of pickles? this has not been tampered with. this is -- >> oh, you can get it. how do you prepare for a debate with donald trump? >> oh, i'm here to ask for your help. >> oh. >> i might be able to -- >> well -- >> can you prepare for a debate -- >> well you have to prepare. but, i watched a lot of his
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debates during the primaries, and he insulted all of his opponents. >> right. >> he insulted all of the moderators. he insulted i guess about 80% of the american people and the rest of the world. so how do you prepare for that? i think on the one hand, it's a serious chance for americans to tune in and if they haven't made up their minds to try to make up their minds. so i want to take it seriously. i want to talk about what i think we can do and how important it is. but, you've got to be prepared for like wacky stuff that comes at you. >> yeah. >> and i am drawing on my experience in elementary school. >> wacky stuff. still ahead calls for a humanitarian truce in syria to help get some much-needed relief to the region. we'll take a look at the war-torn country through the eyes of the country's youngest. we'll have a live report next. constipated?
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welcome back. the syrian observatory for human rights says that 16 people including several children were ki in air strikes across the country yesterday. this comes as the united nations is calling for a 48-hour humanitarian truce so get much-needed aid into the country. nbc news correspondent kelly cobiella joins us now from london with more. kelly, good morning. how much optimism is there on this truce? >> i think it's guarded at this point, frances. you know, the united nations humanitarian chief is warning of an unparalleled catastrophe, and
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he is pleading once again for a 48-hour cease-fire to allow aide to be delivered to aleppo. that city is being bombed every day. a dozen now attacks on monday, with hospitals, homes, families, and children in the firing line. [ speaking foreign language ] in aleppo the songs and smiles never last for long. a little girl singing for her family in her home when the war comes crashing in. she wasn't hurt in the air strike. but thousands of syria's children can't say the same. like 5-year-old omran daqneesh, the little boy whose dazed and bloodied face captured the world's attention last week. his older brother ali was also hurt. ali died on saturday. aleppo's children are in crisis. 75,000 living in a war zone, no running water, no school.
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this is what play time looks like now. kids, playing war. like 11-year-old mohammed. his father ali said his son had nightmares about air strikes. i'd hold him and kiss him and tell him it's okay, ali said. on saturday, the bombs fell on his home. mohammed was inside with his sisters and little brother. four children gone in one night. i want our voices not just my voice, but all of our voices to reach the entire world, ali says. i want the whole world to hear us. the u.n. asked for a pause in fighting back at the beginning of the month to deliver aid to a million people but the syrian government so far has approved less than half of the u.n. requests. in fact, denying aid altogether to eastern aleppo. among other places. the united nations humanitarian chief says not a single aid convoy has moved since their
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request at the beginning of august. frances? >> wow the impact of that war gets even more powerful when you see those children. nbc's kelly cobiella, thank you. still ahead, former president jimmy carter opens up talking about what he was really thinking after his dancer diagnosis last year. that's next. using 60,000 points from my chase ink card i bought all the fruit... veggies... and herbs needed to create a pop-up pick-your-own juice bar in the middle of the city, so now everyone knows... we have some of the freshest juice in town. see what the power of points can do for your business. learn more at chase.com/ink see what the power of points can do for your business. soon, she'll type the best essays in the entire 8th grade. get back to great. sixteen gig lexar flash drives just three ninety-nine. office depot officemax. gear up for school. gear up for great.
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president jimmy cart he is reflecting on his cancer diagnosis and treatment from last year, speaking from the annual habitat for humanity project he sponsors with his wife the former commander in chief admits he was more pessimistic about his chances than he let on. >> i was putting on kind of a false, optimistic face. i wasn't nearly as certain as i might have indicated to news media about, i'll be back next year. a year ago, i didn't think i was going to live for two or three weeks. because they had already removed part of my liver because i had cancer there. and after that, when they did an mri they found four cancer places in my brain. so i thought i just had a few weeks to live. but by november, i was taking a treatment, and i was responding well to it, and i was hopeful,
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but certainly not certain. and it was not until this january that the first mri came back free of any sort of cancer in my brain or the rest of my body. >> well, nice to see him so candid, louis, especially you know when you're sick like that, and then -- and then you have that kind of reaction. i think it's kind of natural for all of us to -- to -- to have the brave face up front. but great to see him. >> remarkable story there. before we hand things over to "morning joe" we want to get you up to speed on the day ahead. the children's hospital of philadelphia is holding a press conference today with a child who became the first to receive a double hand transplant. he lost both hands and his feet when he was 2 years old to a life-threatening bacterial infection. doctors are expected to give an update on his amazing recovery since last summer. >> brave little boy. >> and after a 16-day vacation in martha's vineyard, president obama travels to louisiana to get a firsthand look at the devastation caused by this week's historic flooding.
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white house press secretary josh earnest pushed back yesterday at criticism of the president for not visiting the state sooner. and on the campaign trail today, hillary clinton will spend another day fund-raising in following here on msnbc. now you're up to speed. that does it for us on this tuesday. thanks for being with me. "morning joe" starts right now. how do you prepare for debate with donald trump? >> i'm here to ask for your help. >> i might be able to fill in for him. ku prepare for a debate? >> you have to prepare. but i've watched a lot of his debates during the

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