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too close to trump!a protester, swarmed by security, then ushered out of the presidential candidate's event in dayton.this just 24 hours after he cancelled a chicago rally, due to protest violence. trump was not the only candidate on the stump here ahead of tuesday's big ohio primary. we have you covered from ohio governor john kasich's event this morning, to former president bill clinton's appearance on behalf of his wife hillary. we're going to start with team coverage on trump's dayton rally today, and preps for his event tomorrow in west chester. 9 on your side's tom mckee was in dayton where there were several hecklers
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"an estimated 6,000 supporters of republican presidential hopeful donald trump came here to dayton international airport to hear him talk about ohio governor john kasich, free trade and isis. but, there was one scary moment during the speech when someone tried to rush the stage." stage." trump flinched and backed away from the microphone for several seconds. secret service agents quickly surrounded him until the all clear was given. given. "thank you for the warning. i was ready for him, but it's much easier if the cops do it. don't we agree? what a great job." job." people waited in long lines to see trump in person. person. "i think he's a great businessman and that's what we need to run the country." country." "the way i was brought up i believe in his values." values." by the time trump's plane taxied into view, many supporters had waited four hours. he emerged with a wave and took the stage blaming a planned attack for cancelling a chicago rally on friday. friday. "we want to get along with everybody, when theh they have organized, professionally staged wise guys, we've got to fight back." back."
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trump repeated the u.s. is dealing with animals and has to strongly respond. respond. "waterboarding is fine and also if we can go much worse than waterboarding, that's ok with me, too." too." trump vowed as president, he'll make sure businesses stay in the u.s. u.s. "i'm going to bring jobs back from china. i'm going to bring jobs back from japan. i'm going to bring our jobs back from mexico. i'm going to bring jobs back to this country, folks." folks." trump is leading john kasich in the polls, and told backers the ohio governor isn't right for the white house. house. "kasich is a baby. he's a baby. he can't be president. too many problems. too much on the let people come into our country. just the fact that he approved nafta." nafta." overall, trump's plan to make america great resonated with supporters. supporters. "he's a businessman. i believe in everything he believes in." in." "he's going to be able to build the country back like he built a business." business." "trump is not finished campaigning in southwestern ohio. he's got a rally
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chester. tom mckee, nine on your side, dayton international airport." now to west chester and 9 on your side's briana harper, who has what you need to know if you're heading to that trump event tomorrow. one thing's for sure--the savannah center here in west chester can expect big crowds tomorrow of those supporting trump and his rally to win the buckeye state. trump is set to visit west chester tomorrow beginning at 2 p-m. tickets for the campaign rally are already available at eventbrite. this will be trump's third and final stop in ohio before tuesday's primary election. event organizers at the savannah center say they will host trump's appearance as a towh hall. if you're planning to make your way out here tomorrow for a chance to see trump-- heres what you need to know.... doors for the public will open as early as 11 am. the event starts at 2 o'clock.secret service will be on-hand and the savannah center says they will not allow drinks or homemade signs. reporting live
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quite the republican who's who this morning at this pancake breakfast featuring the presidential candidate that calls ohio home. governor kasich gave the keynote to this crowd of about 5-hundred for the northeast hamilton county republican club--- also here: portman, dewine, husted, chabot, and wenstrup among others. kasich getting an ovation as he talked about his commitment to keeping his campaign positive to make ohio proud. i will not change running a positive campaign because i will not seek the low road to the highest office in america and i want you to know that. that. this breakfast at the sharonville convention center is considered the premier political fundraising event for republicans in southwest ohio. the democratics are also zeroing in on ohio. former president bill clinton returned to cincinnati to rally support for his wife this morning. 9 on your side's jason law was at the freedom
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president tried to energize voters. "for the second time in a month president clinton was in cincinnati stumping for the former-first lady. president clinton did not waste any time addressing the [civil] unrest in chicago friday night. clinton said the images and video from chicago disturbed him." "look this is more sober than i meant this talk to be, but i'm worried about what i saw in chicago last night. i worried about the tone of the presidential debates on the other side." president clinton intended to give his audience more reasons to vote for his wife. but he couldn't hide his disappointment in what unfolded in chicago friday. "everybody was so mad and a lot of people apparently may have gotten hurt and were lucky it didn't burst into a full scale riot outside. this has been building up for a long time." he also criticized the contentious and controversial race for the republican nomination.
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us feel like we were sixth graders watching a fight during recess. then they kept saying more and more and more things things five states head to the polls tuesday in the democratic primary. saturday morning hillary clinton's supporters were confident she would carry ohio and it's 160 delegates. "i sense that she will win ohio and florida." "ohio, i mean-everybody looks to ohio and hamilton county is really a deciding factor in ohio, so we're important here." here." "two polls conducted last week show hillary clinton has a sizable lead in ohio over bernie sanders. quinnipiac has her 9 points, and public policy polling has her up 26. jason law, 9 on your side." count on 9 on your side for complete coverage of donald trump's rally tomorrow in west chester.we'll be reporting it from all sides.stay with wcpo and wcpo dot com for the
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rain is headline our way. way.meteorologist sherry hughes is tracking it for us. cloudy skies will give way to late evening showers and isolated thunderstorms tonight. scattered showers will continue to pop up during the day sunday with more widespread coverage. lows tonight settle in the mid 50s. highs sunday will top out near
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a motorcyclist loses his life in florence early this morning. why police say he ran his bike off the road....and the two reminders we get from this tragedy. they will rebuild.a community comes together after a
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a motorcyclist is dead after an early morning crash in florence.investigators say he swerved to avoid a deer. deer.here's a picture from florence police.you can see the skidmarks and the
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police say jonathan fogle was riding on houston road around 4:30 this morning when the crash happened.they say he was not wearing a helmet. who could forget the images of the historic rabbit hash general store in flames last month?today, people came together to raise money to rebuild. supporters came from all over to the rabbit hash bash in fort thomas.music, food and a silent auction all helped raise money for the store, which dates all the way back to 1831.*all* of the money raised at the rabbit hash bash is going to help rebuild the store. we now know who is moving on to the scripps national spelling bee from today's regionals. regionals.robert casteneros, an 8th grader at c-h-c-a, won the cincinnati bee this morning at cincinnati hills christian academy.the winners will head to the scripps national spelling bee in the washington, d-c area the week of may 22nd.
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their respective conference tournaments yesterday ... how big of a hit will their seedings take when it comes to selection sunday? keenan singleton takes a closer look in sports ... cloudy skies will give way to late evening showers and isolated thunderstorms tonight. scattered showers will continue to pop up during the day sunday with more widespread coverage. lows tonight settle in the mid 50s.
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do you think when you are president you'll be paid as... much as if it were a man- male this is one of the jobs where they have to pay you the same. but there are so many examples where that doesnt happen. i'm going to do everything i can to make sure every woman in every job gets paid the same as the men who are doing that job. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. you're watching 9 on your
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parade music musicthe cincinnati saint patrick's day parade rolled through downtown this afternoon.chris and janeen from wgrr's married with microphones were this year's grand marshals.this is the parade's 50th anniversary. cloudy skies will give way to late evening showers and isolated thunderstorms tonight. scattered showers
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the day sunday with more widespread coverage. lows tonight settle in the mid 50s. highs sunday will top out near 70.sunday will bring an increased chance of scattered rain and isolated storms. rain may be locally heavy at times, especially with any thunderstorms. expect .25"-.50" of rainfall. while we have the chance of a few morning showers, the afternoon time period will be optimum for scattered rain and a few isolated thunderstorms.the areas of low pressure causing this unsettled wet weather will push out of the region monday night, and that should begin to bring us drier weather during the day tuesday. however, there will be a chance late tuesday into early wednesday for another shot of rain. temperatures stay in the 60s and 70s through wednesday before more seasonal and cooler temps in
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month of march has been kind to coach cal and cats - kentucky undefeated and looking to stay that way in the most important month in college basketball taking on georiga in the sec semifinals ... jamal murray erases tony delk from the uk record books with this 3 - now 33 straight games with a triple ... somebody leaves the backdoor open for georgia - murray slams it home - game- high 26 ... but it was the
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most of this game ... william aka turtle jackson's 3 makes it 58-51 uga with 15 to play ... this isaiah briscoe putback gives uk the 68-67 lead - it's first lead of the second half ... the cats outfox mark fox and uga late, go on an 11-3 run and never look back ... advance to their 3rd straight sec title game with the 93-80 win ... they'll play texas a&m ... march, specifially march 11 not so kind to xavier and uc ... both knocked out of their respective conference tournament friday ... how much will those losses knock them when it comes to selection sunday? xavier not only lost 87-83 late to seton hall but they may have also lost a 2-seed in the process. so instead of setting up a potential battle for a 1-seed against villanova in the big east title game, the musketeers are now a 3- seed in the south bracket according to espn's joe lunardi
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loss against a bubble team put the bearcats on the bubble themselves?appears as if they are safe. as a 10-seed, espn has them solidly in the field not matter how the rest of the remaining conference tournaments play out.the thought of uc on the outs offends mick cronin ... mick cronin: i don't know why anyone would anyone would ask us the question based off what we've accomplished this year vs the rest of the field. i understand our conference doen'st get as much respect by the people on tv a lot as some other people 80 the magic number for the a-10's top-seed dayton ... 10-0 this season when reaching that point threshold ... 2nd half action against st. joe's in the league semis... papa now good now from 3 ... and now good later from 3 ... hawks up 6 ... just over 5 minutes left ... 7-point hawks lead ... *now banks in the reverse lay-up ... 14 points dayton fails to reach their
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joe's boys division ii regional final ... aiken able to pull off one of sport's hardest feats - beating the same team 3 times in a season ... falcons hold off their rivals by 1 with the 61-60 win ... carlik jones led all scorers with 25 points ... aiken plays akron st. vincent-st.mary's in the state semis ... american workers brought us back from the crash. now, let's move forward. we need jobs that provide dignity and a bright future. new penalties to stop companies from moving profits and jobs overseas. for businesses that create manufacturing jobs, a new tax credit. and let's invest in clean energy jobs, with 500 million solar panels installed by the end of her first term. we've gotta create new jobs and
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i'm hillary clinton and i
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talk, talk, talk, talk, talk, talk, talk, talk, talk, scream. only one guy's done more than talk. kasich. he'll do for america what he's done for us. create jobs. four hundred thousand jobs here in ohio. brought 'em back from mexico and china. turned our deficit into a surplus. more jobs?
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let's loan 'em john kasich. new day for america is responsible for the content of this advertising. one of the rebuilding reds top prospects - cody reed - takes the bump today when they face the mariners tonight at 9 eastern ... the big lefty sharp in his 5 innings of spring work ... sporting a 1.80 era with no walks over two games ... reds 5-6 thus far in arizona ... espn reporting that former bengals starting right tackle andre smith plans to visit the vikings either sunday or monday. smith has started 73 games since being drafted by the team in 2009. if he signs, he'll be the second former bengal to join mike zimmer's team. linebacker emmanuel lamur signed a 2-year deal earlier this week. george iloka says those who stay will see the benefits ... george iloka: although we did some good things last year, that was no goal to just have
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and get bounced in the first round. we had a quality team and our expecation s are much high. glad i'm back and help do those things. one of the men who helped end the bengals season may see his season end before it even begins. steelers receiver martavis bryant is facing a year-long suspension according to his agent. it's bryant's second drug-related suspension - he served a 4-game ban last season. bryant was pittsburgh's second-leading receiver in 2015 where had 50 catches and 6 touchdowns in 11 games ... cloudy skies will give way to late evening showers and isolated thunderstorms tonight. scattered showers will continue to pop up during the day sunday with more widespread coverage. lows tonight settle in the mid 50s. highs sunday will top out near
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hillary clinton: you know, in america, if you work hard, you're supposed to be able to get ahead, no matter who you are or where you started out. but too many barriers hold back our families. instead of affordable college we have skyrocketing debt. paychecks barely budge, but ceo pay keeps rising. and instead of good paying jobs, millions of americans are stuck. wall street and big financial interests, along with drug companies, insurance companies, big oil companies. the indifference, the negligence. that' s what i want to take on. i'm running for president to root out
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because i think america can only live up to its potential when we make sure that every american has a chance to live up to his or her potential. i'm hillary clinton, and i approved this message. welcome to "world news tonight." breaking news. violence on the campaign trail. a protester rushing donald trump on stage, the secret service jumping into action. this, after he cancels a major rally. heated clashes spilling into the streets. trump taking no blame for the chaos. >> but he is catching serious >> donald trump has created a toxic environment. >> that is not leadership. it is political arson. the airport workers assigned to protect your valuables stealing right out of suitcases, and before you check your bags the photo you should take to protect yourself.

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