this is "nightline." >> tonight inside the final 30. the fbi's clinton bombshell. a sexting investigation rocking the presidential race. newly discovered e-mails now under investigation in connection with hillary clinton's server. facts they claim to have. >> donald trump pouncing on the revelation. >> here criminal and illegal conduct. >> with just 11 days until the election, will this impact the vote? >> plus, the almighty dollar. pedaling his miracle cure. brian roberts confronts the
good evening. just when you think it can't get weirder, a sexting investigation with anthony weiner and a newly related evidence connected to hillary clinton's e-mails. it's linked to the disgrace of a former congressman. more on our countdown series "in the final 30." >> we have not been contacted by anyone. the first we knew about it is i assume when you knew about it. >> an october surprise no one saw coming. >> we're about to leave to head to the airport, her campaign says we're going to take you guys first to this room. we walk in the room, there's a podium and all of a sudden
he doesn't know whether the e-mails referenced in his letter are significant or not. i'm confident whatever they are will not change the conclusion reached in july. >> reporter: the fbi announcing they are once again investigating secretary clinton's use of a private e-mail server. >> a bombshell so close to the end of an election, we've never seen anything like it. >> this is a new breed of october surprise. it comes from the fbi and it comes in the middle of more than 18 million people have already cast ballots. millions more are doing so every day between now and election day itself. this just lands plop in the middle of this very volatile election season. >> trump pounced immediately. >> we must not let her take her criminal scheme into the oval office. >> it was like an explosion.
the crowd was on every single word. >> reporter: huma aberdeen and her husband anthony weiner was involved in a sexting scandal. >> huma aberdeen was another person on that private seer >> fbi director comey in a bombshell letter writing they will determine whether they include classified information. >> woo don't know exactly what's on the e-mails. in order for the fbi to do an about face here and say we've decided now to charge hillary clinton, a, you would have to have evidence from these e-mails
aberdeen, and, number two, that she intentionally mishandled it. >> reporter: the fbi's shocker coming just 11 days before the election. the day began like any other on board the campaign plane, clinton seen chatting with her top advisers, including huma aberdeen, unaware of the tidal wave about to hit. >> the polls are going to tighten. >> reporter: but while team clinton is in the air, the explosive political news >> breaking news that the fbi has reopened their investigation. >> into hillary clinton's. male e-mails. >> why now? >> even trump's campaign manager learning the news in realtime. >> that's extraordinary news. the americans deserve to know everything. >> but the clinton team remained in the dark. >> we just got off the plane. there was no wifi in the air.
reaction? >> secretary clinton, any reaction to director comey reopening his investigation into your e-mails? >> donald trump supporters have another reason not to show up to vote for hillary clinton. >> her number one person, huma aberdeen, is married to anthony weiner, who is a sleaze ball and i don't like huma going home at night and telling anthony weiner all of these secrets, okay? >> anthony weiner, of course the disgraced former congressman with the proclivity for sexting. >> today i'm announcing my resignation from congress. >> bye-bye, pervert! >> reporter: after his first public fall from grace, a comeback campaign with his wife by his side, an unlikely run for mayor of new york city
"weiner." >> this is anthony weiner calling. >> reporter: but undone once again by more sexting, all while the cameras were rolling. >> it's almost too weird for words. if there are e-mails that emerge as part of the anthony weiner investigation that impact the presidential election, it's as if all of these political storylines come together as one combustible mess. >> reporter: the e-mails have >> questions over a classified e-mail. >> the news about her use of a private e-mail first broke just one month before she announced her campaign for president. >> i'm getting ready to do something, too. i'm running for president. >> reporter: it was revealed that clinton had a private server as well. the state department under a court order released tens of thousands of e-mails, but turns out clinton didn't turn over everything and trump has used
>> the things that you should be apologizing for are the 33,000 e-mails that you deleted. >> reporter: the fbi investigation determining no crimes were permitted by clinton. >> no charges are appropriate in this case. >> reporter: trump repeatedly attacking the fbi for refusing to recommend charges against clinton. >> the fbi and the department of justice let clinton off the hook. we have to investigate the investigation, folks. >> reporter: but today -- >> i have great respect for fact that the fbi and the department of justice are now willing to have the courage to write the horrible mistake that they made. >> reporter: late tonight, fbi director comey sent a letter to all his employees saying while he wouldn't ordinarily do this, he felt compelled because he testified this investigation was
significance of this newly discovered collection of e-mails and he admitted there is a significant risk of being misunderstood. >> i think this puts the fbi director in a unique and difficult position. given wa we know about how long it takes to complete fbi investigations, with 11 days to go, this is unlikely to be done by the election. >> reporter: tonight clinton doubling down in that press conference practically demanding mo confident that it will not hurt her chances on november 8. >> reporter: what would you say to a voter who will be seeing you and hearing what you're saying, saying i didn't trust her before, i don't trust her anymore right now and they're heading to the ballot box tomorrow? >> you know, i think people a long time ago made up their minds about the e-mails.
i would urge everybody to get out and urge everybody to get out in all the states who have early voting because i think americans want a president who can lead our country. >> when we come back, our confrontation not to be missed with a church leader, who is taug touting a miracle cure made with a kind of bleach. ? one smart choice leads to the next. 2017 ford fusion is here. it's the beauty of a well-made choice. ? when cold and flu hold you back try theraflu expressmax, now in new caplets. it's the only cold & flu caplet that has a maximum strength formula with a unique warming sensation you instantly feel. theraflu.
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>> reporter: the church of england is overseen by the can'tbury and then there's the genesis church of healing, overseen by a man who calls himself an archbishop, claiming that's what is in this glass is a preying on the desperate and vulnerable, including women with breast cancer and the parent of autistic children. >> i would like to see somebody go get these people. >> reporter: it was a cloudy saturday morning in southern california as our investigative team waited for the arrival of
thousands. >> vulnerable, desperate people are always going to be targets for con men. if somebody swoops in with the miracle to your health problems, there's a huge motivation to believe them. >> reporter: to find out what's in this miracle cure, we ordered a shipment of mms, $150 for these small bottles. we took our miracle cure to a respected testing laboratory. and the results were as expected. nothing miraculous about it. essentially a kind of chemical. it's an industrial bleach. >> dr. paul wong is the senior vice president of you a tch speaks. >> the fact that anyone suggests you should give this to anybody is ridiculous. this is scary, dangerous stuff. the miracle cure, called mms, there is nothing miraculous about it. basically a form of chlorine. >> mms is an industrial chemical. it's an industrial bleach.
jeans. to the outrage of parents, that's what the archbishop says should be given in much smaller doses to children with autism. >> you are doing it at the expense of these defenseless children. how can you not call that evil? >> you thrive on this illusion that you're going to somehow fix your kid. or that one day you're going to unautismize your child. >> but egger says he quickly knew to stay away from mms for his son after doing little online checking. >> you are doing it at the expense of these defenseless children. >> reporter: but it was only after the death of the wife of doug nash, retired nasa scientist, that the government began to investigate who was peddling the miracle mms solution. on a sailing trip to the pacific with his wife sylvia, friends offered her a small container of mms as protection from malaria. >> about 15 minutes later she began to indicate she was
symptoms? >> diarrhea, nausea, vomiting and that increased in intensity. i felt her go slump and her eyes flipped up in her head and defocused. i think that's when she actually died, when her heart stopped. >> reporter: right there? >> right there. >> reporter: in your arms? >> in my arms. >> reporter: an autopsy could not determine the cause of sylvia nash's death. and the church denies mms played any role, to the outrage husband. >> mms did kill my wife. there's no question in my mind. >> reporter: in the wake of the death of sylvia nash, federal authority opened an investigation of the mms network, resulting in the conviction of one of the mms distributor, daniel smith, serving four years in prison for selling mms as a drug. >> he turned to profit and people were buying it it
of a church, they're still open to prosecution? >> it can still be prosecuted if they are selling it in order to cure diseases and telling people it can cure decembers. >> they say they are collecting donations for the cure, not selling it. >> help us help others. >> reporter: but as we saw in our undercover investigation, he continues to make his outrageous claims. >> just from the one out, from prostate cancer to brain cancer, to >> we get rid of that quick. >> reporter: leukemia with children. >> we got some kids with leukemia. >> reporter: mr. grenen, abc news. >> reporter: but outside of the room, he didn't seem eager to talk about mms. >> reporter: you stand by this can cure all these diseases?
>> abc [ bleep ]. who owns that, the rothschilds? you are really out of touch, reality. abc, cbs, fox news, you're all liar, it's all scripted, this guy's an actor. >> reporter: are you really serious about this? >> i'm a you honestly believe this can cure cancer? >> you're an actor. you're a piece of [ bleep ]! i've got the facts and people are [ bleep ] liars! and you're just an actor. you're a puppet. a little puppet. look at you. look at me. do you know this about the fda? sir? you don't know what the hell you're talking about. >> reporter: i do know what i'm talking about. >> you're a scripted actor. that's all you are.
>> mms is a dangerous substance. >> you're preying on desperate mothers and fathers. how can you not call that evil? >> reporter: for ""nightline," brian ross, abc news. >> when we come back, dolly parton receiving one of the highest honors in music. [ "on the road again," by willie nelson ] ? on the road again ? [ rear alert sounds ] [ music stops ] ? just can't wait to get on the road again ? [ front assist sounds ] [ music stops ] [ girl laughs ] ? on the road again ? ? like a band of gypsies we go down the highway ? [ beetle horn honks ] no matter which passat you choose, you get more standard features, for less than you expected. hurry in and lease the 2017 passat s
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she'll be awarded an award at the cna. >> to win the cma award, you never get over it. >> thank you so much! god bless you! >> for more dolly, check out all access nashville, celebrating the cma awards with our own robin roberts. it airs monday at 10 p.m. thanks for watching abc news. and as always, we're online at abcnews.com and on our facebook page. good night, have a great picked.