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it's it's tuesday, december 8th, coming up on "early today," hours after the fbi says the san bernardino shooters have been radicalized for some time, gop frontrunner donald trump calls for a complete shut down of muslims entering the united states. on t heels of mass shootings and as the debate of gun control rages, america is arming itself more than ever as gun sales across the country are spiking. >> maybe a terrorist might not knock down my do, but when mayhem starts to happen, i want
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following multiple police involved shootd auvl d olved shootings, the chicago police department face as serious investigation. russia makes good on a promise to france. el nino strikes the west coast and much, much more on a busy tuesday. "early today" starts right now. and good morning everyone. thanks for being with us. i'm shannon mulaire. has donald trump gone too far this time? political rivals are lining up to condemn his latest proposal, a complete shut down of muslims entering the u.s. >> we have to figure it out. we can't live like this. it's going to get worse and worse. you're going to have more world trade centers. it's going to get worse and worse folks. we can be politically correct and stupid but it's going to get
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>> trump's rivals are stepping back in a big way using words like ridiculous and down right dangerous. and hillary clinton calling the situation reprehensible and prejudiced. and even conservative stall wrt dick cheney is speaking up, saying the ban is against everything we stand for and believe in. retweeted almost 6,000 times from the democratic mayor of st. petersberg, florida, i'm hereby barring donald trump from entering st. petersberg. >> reporter: president obama appealed to americans not to turn against wrurn one another. >> it is our responsibility to reject religious tests on who we
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it's our job to reject proposals that somehow muslims should be treated differently. >> reporter: donald trump issued a statement calling for a total and complete shut down of muslims entering the united states until our country's representatives can figure out what's going on. and all muslims. supporters in south carolina embrace it. >> i've had too many brothers and sisters lost over there in those two wars to just let them come here free range. >> reporter: terror leading american muslim counsel, cair says donald trump sounds like a leader of a mob, not a great nation like ours. he's doing the work of isis. just as homeland security leader was speaking in support of
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>> we must not force american muslims to run and hide and retreat to the shadows. >> reporter: it is a clash of divided. in san bernardino increasingly bombastic rhetoric. >> we will carpet bomb them into oblivion. i don't know if sand can glow in out. >> that is not my policy. i believe the focus should focus on radical islamic terrorism. >> that wassand andrea mitchell reporting. and the fbi says the couple involved in the san bernardino shooting were radicalized for some time and seen in shooting ranges in the area. and farook went to this range
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including an assault rifle days before the shooting. and we have the first look at the couple entering the country. >> reporter: shannon, the fbi now calling this investigation one on quote a massive scale. saying that they confusk iscated 19 pipe bomb make components. and they've gone target practice shooting just days before this massacre and of the five guns confiscated, two were registered and purchased by enrique marcus and a neighbor said his neighbor had become increasingly erratic and odd and after two years, pre pretended like he didn't even know her after running into him at a local walmart.
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mother of syed farook. they say was living inside the home with the couple that was effectively a bomb making factory. how, when and by whom this couple was radicalized. shannon. america has seen a spike in gun sales following the san bernardino terror attack. over 185,000 new background checks were processed by the fbi. >> reporter: as the national debate rages over gun control, guns are selling. many worried americans like the hoeg family ready to buy. >> maybe a terrorist might not knock down my door but when mayhem happens, i want to be prepared.
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in the number of firearm background checks following each mass shooting in america. a 15% jump following fort hood in 2009. a 17% increase after aurora, colorado in 2012. and 38.7% following new town, connecticut and coming in january, gun tv, a special channel dedicated to firearms. one study suggests there could be fewer mass shooting casualties if more people were armed. >> a small portion of concealed carry can cut down casualties by 10%. >> given that there are over 300 million guns in this country, we'd be the safest nation in the developed world.
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times more likely to be murdered by a gun than in any other country. attorney general loretta lynch says the justice department is monitoring the antimuslim rhetoric that's emerged following last week's shooting. they said they prosecute deeds and not words and americans shouldn't let rhetoric turn into violence. mean while, islamic residents took part in a march in kansas city. members declaring terrorism is not islam and being muslim means not harming others. one added nearly all of the islamic world condemns terrorism. >> 99% of the islam world condemn terrorists. and terrorist is very minority in islam, not the real islam. the true islam is peace. >> many also chanted yes, yes
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u2 had a very special guest at their concert in paris monday night. >> nothing less except to introduce you to some people whose lives will forever be a part of the city of paris. these are our brothers, they were robbed of their stage three weeks ago and we would like to offer them ours tonight. would you welcome the eagles of death metal. >> lead singer thanks u2 and the crowd saying i will never stop rocking and rolling. the band performed "patty smith, people have the power." it was their first gig since the attack on the bataclan theater. russian authorities re presented the french ambassador in moscow with this cute police
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it's a replacement for the dog killed during the search for the ring leader of the paris terror attack. he began his police training in russia and will finish in france. days of record rainfall have turned roads into rivers and triggered land slides in the portland portland, oregon area. and the pacific northwest is bracing for even more wet weather. nbc meteorologist bill karins is here with more on that. >> and we've set up in our parade of storms across the pacif pacific, this is what we expect going into our el nino winter. this plume of moisture just pointed straight at washington and oregon for the cascades and also in the olympics, that's where the heaviest rain will fall today and tomorrow.
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this red coloring in here is up to five inches of rain. the pink is seven inches of rain and we expect miner to moderate flooding along the rivers. hopefully we won't see major problems. and there's not a lot of cold air, we do have avalanche warnings near the saw tooth mountains and in central california, this is welcome snow. we haven't had a lot so far this season in the central portion of the sierras. that's good news. now a closer look at your day ahead. so, everywhere east of the rockies is dealing with just the opposite of the northwest. lots of sunshine, lots of warmth, a little cool this morning in new england but you're going to get your cool down tomorrow into this upcoming weekend.
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>> this is 7news now. >> christa: good morning, everybody. we made it past monday. tuesday morning we're good to go for "today in new england." >> jadiann: that's right. here are some of the stories we're working on for you today. breaking overnight, milton, boston and state police responding to the milton-mattapan border after a burning body was found under a bridge. the district attorney's office is investigating, but it's too early to know anything about the victim. >> christa: also breaking this morning, oscar pistorius granted bail in south africa. earlier this month an appeals court convicted him of murder, overturning a lower court's manslaughter ruling. pistorius says he plans to appeal. >> jadiann: and a chipotle in brighton is closed after 30
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this weekend. the restaurant says there's no evidence connecting the illness to a recent e. coli outbreak in nine other states. we'll continue to follow that story. >> christa: okay. how about your forecast bright and early. j.r., what do you have for us? >> jeremy: we have day much cooler than yesterday with a lot of crowds and even a couple sprinkles around metro boston. if you're watching us from the south coast to the cape, you'll need the rain gear. scattered showers on cape cod through the day. but overall the pattern is a mild pattern, even these numbers right here. we've had colder mornings this fall and early winter season. upper 30s to around 40. the city at 39. bedford 37. plymouth and hyannis, upper 40s to around 50. there are thicker clouds down there. that's why you're not as chilly this morning. there is an ocean storm that will do just that, spend most of its time out over the ocean for the day, but i do think on the edge of this weather system, that will find the home up in narragansett bay, the south coast, buzzards bay, and even out on the cape and the islands. so you need rain gear on the
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you get north of plymouth, middleborough, you're dry. boston, a lot of clouds. there might be a sprinkle out there through the morning hours. otherwise a dry day, and much cooler for everyone with temperatures only between 44 and 48 with a northeasterly wind adding insult to injury. is here this map shows where i think you have the chance of some showers. it would be tucked right up along the south coast and the cape. metro boston, maybe a sprinkle or two but essentially dry. you're west of 95 and you will be dry this afternoon. with a peek or two of sunshine. here's the biggest difference from yesterday, temps about ten degrees cooler. yesterday we made the mid-50s. this afternoon middle 40s. boston 46, billerica 45. which on the heels of the warm weather is a shock to the system. but this is where we should be for this time of year. 7news starts now. >> christa: we have breaking news from overnight, and police on the scene in milton after they discover a burned body. >> jadiann: students sick after eating at a popular food chain over the weekend.
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officials look for a cause.
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