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tonight, breaking news. the monster hurricane. the category 4 storm already deadly. tearing through the caribbean at this hour, haiti and jamaica bracing. and then, the models show it coming toward the u.s. states of emergency already declared along parts of the u.s. coast. also breaking, donald trump answer tonight. to the bombshell headline involving his taxes. reports he might not have paid federal taxes for nearly 20 years. what trump says now. the outrage tonight over this video. a call to 911 about a suspicious person. the man telling police he was simply waiting for his mother to come home on her porch. >> what are you doing? >> then taken down by police. it was his mother's home. the aborted landing. the passenger jet and the
landing. and america celebrating the ryder cup. but what's wrong with this picture? good evening. and we begin tonight with the deadly hurricane on the move. a category 4. winds reaching 140 miles an hour. tonight, authorities already issuing warnings right here in the u.s. the hurricane bringing drenching rain, powerful wind gusts, and a dangerous storm surge in the caribbean. flash floods already in true the fast-rising waters. across haiti, warnings of possible devastation to come, and just look at the size of hurricane matthew tonight. and from the space station this evening, this image just in. the eye of the storm so perfectly formed there. ginger zee has the new models here. the possible tracks, as this now heads toward the u.s. next. but first, abc's linsey davis in haiti. >> reporter: tonight, hurricane matthew already deadly and closing in on haiti.
>> the rain is getting harder. >> reporter: now packing 140-mile-per-hour winds. at one point, the strongest atlantic hurricane in nearly a decade. but it's the storm's slow speed, moving at just 7 miles per hour, that makes it so dangerous. we made our way into haiti today from the neighboring dominican republic. the outer bands are already starting to bring heavy rain, and the worst of the storm is still hours away. parts of the island could see more than three feet of rain. potentially triggering mudslides. making matters worse, six years after the disastrous earthquake of 2010 that left more than 200,000 dead, more than 50,000 people here are still living in makeshift shelters. >> as we know, we're not really prepared for this type of hurricane, but we're doing the best that we can. >> reporter: and at this orphanage outside of port-au-prince, they've boarded up the windows and moved the their more than 60 children to the second floor. the storm has already killed at least four across region.
already evacuated 700 military family members from guantanamo bay. this man warning residents to evacuate. long lines are forming for food and supplies. worshippers at this church, praying they'll be spared. and with odds increasing for a landfall in the u.s. later this week, states of emergency have already been declared from florida to north carolina. >> and we won't gamble with people's lives and the livelihood of many people up and >> reporter: david, the entire region is bracing for what is being described as life-threatening rain. we're talking about potentially 40 inches of rain, which could be devastating for people who are still living here in some homes that are rather fragile, homes that will offer very little protection. it's going to be a long 24 hours ahead. david? >> all right, stay safe tonight. in the meantime, this massive hurricane is going to pass right between haiti and cuba, and it will pass just to the east of jamaica, where
either, tonight. abc's gio benitez is in kingston. >> reporter: tonight in jamaica, time is running out for last minute preparations as hurricane matthew passes close to the island of 3 million people. >> this particular hurricane, by virtue of its trajectory, will have a severe impact on jamaica. >> reporter: and we're already seeing a preview. cars stuck in high water after a quick passing outer band hit the island. the big concern tonight, flooding. the other this waterspout spotted right off the beach on the southern part of the island. in kingston, streets are empty and this, as the u.s. state department urges all americans to get off these caribbean islands now, fearing it could soon be too late. and david, just take a look. here in kingston, jamaica, we are seeing some powerful and dangerous surf. and even though this island may be spared the brunt of the storm, we're still looking at the possibility of tropical storm-force winds and even a
let's get right to chief meteorologist ginger zee, who is tracking this for us. >> reporter: the slow mover is now 225 miles south and west of port-au-prince, so, it is haiti in the immediate and frightening threat tonight. into cuba tomorrow. then the bahamas as we get into wednesday. that's the timing as we move out of the islands. i wanted to go through it here, the forecast. tuesday, 4:00 a.m., that center passes that southwestern that's where we were talking about the isolated amounts of 40-plus inches, life-threatening rain. eastern cuba gets it tomorrow as the center passes over. lots of warm water, plenty of energy to get into and now west of the bahamas, and that's where we're concerned, david. this track, the latest official from the national hurricane center has shifted to the west, and though there is a large margin of error, when we get to day four and five, this is a big deal. because it now encompasses miami
a lot of the computer models, the spaghetti plots, steering from the high pressure system, the cold front trying to push it out, the two computer models long rain that we look at, the european and the american, both take it close to or landfall in north carolina by this weekend. much bigger impact from the american model by monday into new england. >> all right, tracking this for several days ahead. ginger zee, thank you. in the meantime, we turn next this evening to major developments in the race for the e addressing the bombshell headline about his taxes. what he's saying now about reports he might not have paid federal income taxes for nearly 20 years. and it comes amid new polls out tonight, nationally, hillary clinton after the first debate now, now at 47 to donald trump's 42. in florida tonight, clinton moving up there, 46% to trump's 41%. in pennsylvania tonight, clinton at 45%, trump 41%. no real change there. and in north carolina, another
trump, 43%. but in ohio tonight, the most welcome headline for donald trump, he's ahead there at 47% to clinton's 42%. abc's tom llamas on trump's reaction a short time ago on his taxes. >> reporter: tonight, donald trump praising himself after that front-page story revealed he may not have paid federal income taxes for nearly 20 years. >> i have legally used the tax laws to my benefit and to the benefit of my company, my investors and my employers. i mean, honestly, i have brilliantly -- i have brilliantly used those laws. >> reporter: this latest drama began when "the new york times" obtained part of trump's 1995 personal tax return, showing in just one year, trump claimed a $916 million loss. under the law, that would've allowed him to avoid paying federal income tax for nearly 20 years.
mailbox of a "times" reporter in a mysterious manila envelope. no name, just a trump tower return address. the trump campaign learned about it on saturday. that night, as the story went up online, trump took the stage in philadelphia. >> thank you, everybody. thank you. >> reporter: and without citing any evidence, saying this. >> i don't even think she's loyal to bill, you want to know the truth. and really, folks, really. why should she be, right? >> reporter: but as he spoke, the story of his taxes exploding. "snl" took taking aim. >> he has about released his tax returns, which means he's either not a that rich. >> wrong. >> not that charitable. >> wrong. >> or he's never paid taxes in his life. >> warmer. >> reporter: in the past, trump has complained that not everyone pays their fair share. >> that's the amazing thing is that half of the country is paying nothing, zero. and even if you don't make a
something. just something, to be apart of the game. >> reporter: he's also zeroed in on the rich, tweet, "the hedge fund guys gals have to pay higher taxes asap. they are paying practically nothing." but tonight, trump won't confirm or deny whether he paid any federal income taxes in the past 20 years. >> i was able to use the tax laws of this country and my business acumen to dig out of the real estate mess. few others were able to do what i did. another controversy tonight involving his fortune. new york's attorney general sending a cease and desist letter, barring trump's charitable foundation from raising money in new york, saying it was not registered to do so. that same attorney general, a democrat, is investigating whether trump used charitable donations from the foundation to settle lawsuits against his businesses and buy himself gifts. the campaign tonight blasting
political motives. >> and tom yllamas live with us tonight. tom, we heard no denials from donald trump about him not paying federal next tacking for nearly 20 years, so, what does the campaign say tonight to those who might ask, why not just release the returns, then, and move past this? >> reporter: well, david, tonight, we put in a formal request with the campaign. they told us, quote, mr. trump is under audit. now, in the past, trump has said since he's under audit, he's been advised not to release his tax is preventing him from doing so. david? >> tom, thank you. and the best news for trump tonight, that new battleground poll in ohio that has him leading there, which is why hillary clinton is there. so is abc's cecilia vega. >> reporter: in ohio today, it seemed like hillary clinton couldn't wait to get in front of the microphone and rip into donald trump. >> toledo is the kind of place where people work hard, look after one another, and, yes, pay
>> reporter: here in the battleground, trump is winning. clinton not letting up. >> here's my question -- what kind of genius loses a billion dollars in a single year? >> reporter: but clinton now facing heat herself. overleaked comments she made back in february during a closed-door fund-raiser about young bernie sanders supporters. >> they're children of the great recession, and they are living in their parents' basement, they feel that they got their education and the jobs that ar available to them are not at all what they envisioned for themselves, and they don't see much of a future. >> reporter: trump says clinton was being nasty to sanders supporters, but her old rival coming to her defense. >> what she was saying there is absolutely correct. >> reporter: with the next debate just six days away, clinton hoping for a repeat of the first one, now fodder for "snl." >> my microphone is broken. she broke it. with obama. she and obama stole my
they took it to kenya. they took my microphone to kenya and they broke it, and now it's broken. >> secretary clinton, what do you think about that? >> i think i'm going to be president. >> reporter: the real life hillary clinton, today, all >> it's great, i'm so excited. >> reporter: raising a fist in the air, celebrating an endorsement from one of ohio's most famous sons, lebron james. the nba superstar writing, "we need a president who brings us policies and ideas that divide us more are not the solution." >> and cecilia vega live from akron, ohio. and tomorrow night, we all know the vp debate. what are you learning tonight from your sources on both sides about the stakes here? >> reporter: well, david, tim kaine needs to basically debate two men tomorrow night, mime pence and donald trump. for mike pence, though, the pressure is really on to overcome donald trump's performance in that last debate. most persons say he lost it. tim kaine -- mike pence,
to come out swinging. >> cecilia vega, thank you. and tomorrow night, right here, you can see the vp debate on abc, 9:00 p.m. eastern. and then, on sunday, the second presidential debate, just six days away now, comoderated by our own martha raddatz. of course, we'll have full team coverage and the debate, right here, on abc. overseas tonight, and a sharp break in relations between russia and the u.s. tonight. the u.s. announcing the end of talks over syria. the state department saying russia failed to live up to its commitments during the cease-fire t l that announcement just after russia president vladimir putin said he is scrapping a key nuclear arms com deal, backing out of a promise to destroy weapons grade plutonium because of, quote, unfriendly acts by washington. and from paris tonight, a brazen robbery, netting the thieves millions of dollars in jewels. it happened in the middle of the night, the robbery leaving reality tv star kim kardashian tied up, shaken, but okay. abc's alex marquardt from paris.
police hunting for the daring gang they say stole more than $10 million in jewels. it's the time of year when the fashion world flocks to paris, and security is heightened. the kardashian sisters seen all over town with their security, even showing off some of that famous jewelry. after a sunday night event, kim kardashian was home in her rented luxury apartment. her bodyguard reportedly not there. the hotel they chose for paris fashion week wasn't a big famous hotel, but this much more discreet one with the apartments, known for its exclusivity and long list of celebrity clients. at 2:30 a.m., five people dressed in police uniforms entered the hotel. authorities tell abc news, two of them got into kardashian's apartment where they bound and gagged her and held a gun to her head before escaping. kardashian's husband, kanye west was on stage -- >> i'm sorry. s i'm sorry. there's a family emergency. i have to stole the show. >> reporter: the stolen loot
york. her representative telling abc news, quote, she is badly shaken, but physic little unharmed. tonight, there's no sign of the thieves or the jewels, which experts say by now could be broken up into pieces and sold off individually. david? >> alex marquardt in paris tonight. alex, thank you. there is still much more ahead on "world news tonight" this monday. the outrage over video just released, the black man taken down by police while he was sitting on his own mother's porch. officers responding to a 911 call about a suspi the man telling police he was waiting for his mother. you will see the confrontation, and the fallout tonight. also, the new headline this evening about the late robin williams. the new and emotional message from his widow. and then, the aborted landing, the passenger jet battling powerful cross winds. the big scare just moments before the jet was about to land. what the pilot is then forced to do. alright, did you know i was the mommy slam dunk champion? really? yes, really! don't sound so surprised.
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