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good morning, america. race to the finish. hillary clinton and donald trump. making their final push for president on this final day before a historic vote. trump blasting the fbi after the stunning aboutface. clearing the cloud of suspicion over those new clinton e-mails. s rigged system. you can't review 650,000 new e-mails in eight days. our brand new poll this morning shows a close race. a midnight rally. clinton calls on serious star power. >> everything you care about. everything i care about and i've worked for is at stake. >> both making the final plea to voters. and our powerhouse political
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the white house. breaking overnight. janet reno has died. the first woman to serve as attorney general. those blockbuster decisions about elian gonzalez and more that shaped the clinton presidency and the country. also this morning, an urgent search for this supermom. the mother of two now missing after going for a jog. her cell phone found abandoned. we'll have what her husband is saying this morning. and we do say good morning, america. we're counting down. we know that you are as well. less than 24 hours to go to the election. we want you to take a look at our abc news election headquarters, right smack dab in the heart of times square. our entire political team will be with us all night long as the results roll in. thousands of voters are expected to gather right outside of our studio.
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times square as well leading our coverage. very big night. >> it's all hands on deck. you'll be with the clinton campaign. amy with the trump campaign. you're blocks apart tomorrow night. >> rue. >> we'll be here all night long. forgive us bleary eyes on wednesday morning. so many people have turned out to vote across the country. mon 40haillion americans already have voted. and our new poll this morning shows hillary clinton leading by four points. >> we'll hear from both hillary clinton and donald trump's campaign managers. that's in just a moment. george will speak to them. first, the blockbuster announcement from the fbi. in the 11th hour. clearing hillary clinton once again over those e-mails when she was secretary of state. global stocks jumping after that news. abc's senior justice correspondent, pierre thomas,
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morning. just like that, it's over. the fbi director once again in the middle of a campaign. this time drawing heat from the trump campaign. nine days after he stunned the nation over hillary clinton's private e-mail server, fbi director james comey apparently believes nothing consequential has been discovered. in a letter sent to congress on sunday, he writes, based on our review, we have not changed our conclusions that we expressed in july. >> and we're glad this matter is relved. >> reporter: sources tell abc news comey's decision comes after agents worked clock to use computers to sort through e-mails discovered in a probe of a sexting scandal of anthony weiner. comey wanted to know if the new bah of e-mails contained classified information. sent to clinton's private server. sources familiar with the investigation tell abc news those e-mail weis fromr's laptop contained many duplicates that the bureau already looked at. and did not have new information
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findings that clinton's actions for reckless, not criminal. after a weekend of campaigning including katy perry, jon bon jovi, lebron james, ready to take off for the final day from westchester new york. cecilia vega ready to take it all on from westchester, new york. good morning, cecilia. >> reporter: good morning, george. on this last day of campaigning, hillary clinton is crisscrossing the battlegrounds. they are glad this is over, but they're frustrated by the timing of all of this. this was hanging over hilly while early voting was under way. in the final hours of this campaign, hillary clinton is new hampshire looking beyond election day. >> we will have some work to do to bring about healing and reconciliation after this election. we have to begin listening to one another and respecting one another. [ applause ] >> reporter: and in that final pitch, she never once mentioned the fbi's latest announcement
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earlier in the day, clinton waving for the cameras, but not answering questions. >> secretary clinton, have you seen comey's new letter? >> reporter: she was on the plane. aides huddled around an iphone. clinton's prayers answered. she closed out her final weekend campaigning at a church in pennsylvania. >> everything you care about. everything i care about and i've worked for is at stake. >> reporter: and in the battleground of ohio, clinton bringing big names to bolster her message. >> i was one of those kids. i was around the community that was like, our vote doesn't matter. but it really does. it really, really does. [ cheers and applause ] >> the next president of the united states, hillary clinton. >> reporter: to queen bey and jay z. beyonce's backup dancers decked out in pantsuits. >> i want my daughter to grow up
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>> reporter: and there will be even more star power on this final day of campaigning. a symbolic passing of the torch. if you will. the obamas and clintons together at independence mall for an evening. bon jovi and bruce springsteen added to that night. her day ends with a midnight rally. that's in raleigh, north carolina, robin. donald trump wraps up his campaign with electoral map in key battleground states. he was campaigning overnight until 1:00 a.m. until landing in florida. abc's tom llamas is with the trump campaign there in sarasota. good morning, tom. >> reporter: robin, good morning to you. in just a few hours, trump has an event here in florida. some people saying they have
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hours. the trump campaign is banking on that enthusiasm for the key to victory. >> one day! >> reporter: donald trump marching into election day on the attack. >> hillary clinton is guilty. she knows it. the fbi knows it. the people know it. >> reporter: trump, who praised fbi director comey's additional review of clinton's e-mails, now attacking the agency after the announcement they would not pursue new action. >> right now, she's being protected by a rigged system. i've been saying it for a long time. >> reporter: the republican nominee, also fanning the flames for a contested election. >> be careful with the voting. be careful with everything. you watch everything, folks. because we're going to win. we don't want it taken away from us. >> reporter: trump making the comments during a midwest swing, hoping to break hillary clinton's blue wall of support. hitting ten states in the final three days before the election. trump supporter ted nugent
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at a campaign rally outside of detroit. >> i got your blue state right here, baby. >> reporter: in nevada, that security scare. trump rushed off the stage in reno. sources tell abc news an altercation with a protester grew intense when someone in the crowd shouted gun, prompting a quick response. no weapon was discovered. >> nobody said it was going to be easy for us. but we will never be stopped. >> reporter: now we want to show you an important piece of video from over the weekend. let's roll that clip now. this is a long line of mostly latino voters outside a polling location in las vegas. trump complained they have kept that polling location later than they should have. those people were waiting in line. that's normal. there were several reports of record latino voter turnout. that could hurt trump in several battleground states.
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starting with robby mook. for the clinton campaign. thank you for joining us this morning. i know you welcomed that news from james comey yesterday, but did it come too late? >> it was bizarre he sent the first letter saying he had some information. we were glad, obviously, this was resolved. i don't understand why he couldn't have just looked into the matter and resolved it and not created such a ruckus in the campaign. we're just day, hillary can get back out on the road, celebrate the historic turnout that we have seen across the country, and talk about the vision she has for our country. we're releasing a special 2:00 advertisement this evening. she'll make her closing case to the voters. >> she's up by about four points. is that where you see the race? >> you know, at this point, we're just focused on turning out the voters. not really paying too much
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but, what i am paying close attention to are those early voting numbers. we saw just eye-popping turnout in florida over the last two days. particularly in our strongholds in southern florida. north carolina and elsewhere. we're very encouraged and feeling very positive, but we want to make sure everybody has a chance to participate election. >> you talk about the early vote. latino votes. in nevada and florida. have they delivered those states to secretary clinton? >> i think if secretary clinton does win this election, and we expect her do so, it will in part be because of enormous turnout in the latino community, and also, the asian-american community. there's really a clinton coalition that is formed of women, latinos, asian-americans, we're seeing them turn out at record levels. ur blue firewall.taking aim at the states of pennsylvania, minnesota, michigan.
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>> well, george, i think he needed to get those into play much earlier. i'm not concerned he is spending so much time there at the end because he didn't build a ground game. just this weekend, we made 8.1 million phone calls. we have an apparatus in place to turn out our vote. i don't think donald trump dark around to these states at the last hour is going to do what's needed to get his supporters out. >> you know, the convention and those debates were the big opportunity for hillary to speak directly to the voters in an unfiltered way. every time she had the opportunity to do that, and make her case, and particularly, when voters got to see her up against donald trump, she did her those were our best moments. both just in terms of the vibe out there but also in the
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when she's in action, she does a great job. >> robby mook. thank you very much. >> thanks, george. now let's get the view from the trump campaign. kellyanne conway is re. welcome back to "gma." >> thank you. >> now the big announcement from comey. do you accept mr. comey's findings? and do you admit what mr. trump said was wrong when he said the e-mails would be devastating? >> thiis the kind of fbi investigation, and i'm just so di thasmayedthe democrats attacked jim comey a week ago and now he's a hero. >> you all were attacking him re reckless and careless. she should not have set up the illegal server, and illegal private e-mail server. she lied about the number of devices she had. she said one. jim comey said under oath about mul multileple. turned out to be about 13. i think her honest and trustworthy numbers have never budged. >> he said no reasonable prosecutor would bring a case.
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it doesn't help hillary clinton that we're talking about the e-mails, what's in the wikileaks. i would think she would rather be on a more positive message. i'm struck that mr. trump is out there, five, six states a day, yesterday and today, making an argument about what's next after obamacare. making an argument about how to make us more prosperous and safe. hillary clinton is spending tens of millions of dollars on negative ads. >> they're encouraged by the early vote in florida especially among latinos. your reaction? >> so we get an early vote absentee ballot report every day. we're encouraged about where he is in north carolina, florida, ohio, as compared to governor romney at this point in 2012. we in the rnc invested in millions of dollars in the early voting program. we're starting to see its dividends. republicans have a strong day-of vote. we anticipate that in places like florida and north carolina. and we're prepared for that.
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that has gone to democrats traditionally, and you're going to minnesota, and michigan, and going to pennsylvania. all the public polls there show that donald trump has never been in the lead. >> michigan is tied. it's something we have seen in our internal data for awhile. there was a public vote this weekend showing the same thing. about 45% apiece, and the thing in pennsylvania. we're very encouraged by the fact that hillary clinton is nowhere near the 52%, 53% in the states that president obama had nothing is going to change to help her win back those undecided voters. >> if donald trump wins tomorrow night, what is the moment to put him over the top? >> it would be one of the upper midwest states. nnesota.ichigan or wisconsin, and/or one of those rocky mountain states. we've had our eye on bringing back states that have voted republican in nonpresidential years for a while, and where the poll numbers have been tigh tightening. we have been able to be
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on the ground with the clinton campaign. >> kellyanne conway, thank you very much. >> thank you, george. our latest tracking poll shows hillary clinton with a four-point lead. abc's jon karl is here. with a look at both candidates' possible paths to victory. we heard trump is trying to turn blue states red. what did kellyanne say that struck you? >> well, the big thing is saying she has to win one of those big blue states. here's where the map stands. red states, donald trump. blue states, hillary clinton. so for trump to kellyanne's own admission there, they have to run the table on all of the tossup states. okay? all the tossup states, including new hampshire, which by the way, that shows hillary clinton with an 11-point lead. even if they do that, he has 263 electoral votes. not enough to win. that's why they have to carry one of these bright blue states
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if they can do that, if he can find a way to take, for example, michigan, he gets to 279 and can win. as george said, not a single public poll since the nning in any one of those states. >> we're looking at the map, it clearly favors hillary clinton at this point. >> it does. what hillary clinton would need to do is hold all of the states she currently has the lead. here's what they would like to do on the clinton team. the state of florida. florida, florida, florida, if hillary clinton can win florida, take a look at what it does to the map. if she wins florida, let me try that again. if she wins florida, 304 electoral votes. even if trump goes and wins all of those tossup states, and even if he wins the state of pennsylvania on top of that, he comes up short. even pennsylvania and wisconsin, he doesn't get to 274. if clinton can win florida, it's lights out for donald trump. >> we'll see what happens tomorrow.
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a bit. now to amy for the morning's other top stories. starting with just heartbreaking news about janet reno. >> she passed away overnight after a 20-year battle with parkinson's disease. reno was the first woman to serve as u.s. attorney general. she was appointed by president clinton. she served as a polarizing figure. she was harshly criticized for the raid on the branch dav gonzalez back to cuba. janet reno was 78. another earthquake has struck oklahoma. the magnitude 5 quake in oklahoma hurt buildings in cushing. the 19th quake in oklahoma in the last week. many have been linked to oil and gas drilling. two sheriff's deputies were ambushed while responding to a dispute between neighbors.
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was killed and another wounded. the suspect is in custody. finally, racing star dale earnhardt jr. got a bit of a wakeup call on sunday. he was pulled over for speeding while driving to the texas motor speedway. the officer did let him go with jusz just a warning. someone on twitter asked him how fast he was going. his response, not fast enough. >> apparently not. amy, thank you very much. boy, ginger, you don't see that often in el paso. >> right. el paso, texas, the hail piling up. they had shoveled it together. still, our reporter from abc 7 the pile. the flash flooding. the gulf states having an impact tomorrow. so your election day forecast includes that cold front that could impact parts of texas and louisiana. also later in the afternoon and evening, that front approaches michigan and ohio both in there. let's get to the select cities
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morning with fair skies. enjoy sunshine and south winds today as afternoon temps reach to 64. high clouds make a comeback later. clouds tonight and a few, stray showers after about 4am with a very light and scatte >> and i just love this photo. well, a time lapse of the beautiful stars and the long exposure of what it looks like. the world just keeps on going, no matter what happens.
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ginger, thank you. coming up, an urgent search for the mother of two missing after going for a jog. what her husband is saying this morning. and we count down to the historic election. our team is standing by. matt tells us why he thinks the election is already over. plus, the best comedy moments of the election. all coming up here on "gma." el.
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? ? oh, oh, oh, oh ? >> did you see this on "saturday night live "? kate mckinnon. alec baldwin. thr election day. breaking character. calling for everyone to come together. that is breaking encouraging viewers to get out and vote. amy will have more on that. >> they did have a field day all election long. right now, the final dayton theampaign trail. clinton calling on her top supporters. the president and first lady, michelle obama.
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philadelphia tonight. trump works to turn blue states red. we have one day to go until the votes are in. and we're going to be eight here in the middle of our election head quarters all through the night tomorrow night. >> we certainly will. michael strahan will be out with the people. >> we van oval office out there in times square. >> that's your head two heavy weights of our team are here right now. cokie roberts and matt . >> she knew what you meant. >> yeah, she knew. she knew. we heard from both campaign managers in the first half hour. kellyanne sounding optimistic. everyone believing it will be a tight race. you don't feel that way so much, matt? >> having been in her position in races before, there's not much more she can say. a but very solid hk hg lead, probably about four or five
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i watched some of the new york marathon yesterday. we're in the 25th mile. and hillary clinton is about four miles ahead in the 25th mile of the new york marathon. >> he can't help himself. >> no i can't. can donald trump still win? yeah. she would have to stop running smep would have to walk. probably fall down to lose at this point. >> 24 hours to go. she's not walking today. campaiing all day. we have never is seen anything -- so many things about the campaign we can say this about. the >> it's phenomenal. the judgment is questionable. he's not the prosecutor. he's the head of the nation's police force. to prom congress he'll come back. he does come back. now he's back again. think the probably result of it is the democrats lose the senate. >> hi hurt hillary clinton? >> absolutely. what was happening before that was tremendous enthusiasm. she had come off the three
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t-shirts. all of that. then all the air went out of the campaign the day he sent that letter to congress. they would have spent this whole last week, she and her surrogates, on the trail campaigning for the senate. that just went away. >> it leads to trump and his supporters saying it's rigged. >> that's one of the concerns. even if she wins, i think she'll win with a larger margin than barack obama in 2012 and a more diversion coio that day in 1960, tomorrow. and she faces as divided a country, in my view, as abraham lincoln did in 1860 when he first got elected. >> but thank god, we don't have an issue like slavery. >> real challenge to bring the country together. >> our numbers on divisions in our pols are just remarkable. among women, rural versus urban. >> education.
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about evangelical whites. 97 points away from people who don't affiliate with a religion. that's almost 100%. >> how does either one, after what we have seen this last year and half, bring the nation together? >> i think hillary clinton has to quickly reach out. i'm curious. if she wins tomorrow night, which i think she will, she'll have to do it quickly. paul ryan and mitch mcconnell have to quickly. >> she'll do that. that is in her nature to do that. the letter george h.w. bush sent to bill clinton, now it's our country, your problems are our problems. >> there's not one sport you haven't referenced in the last year and half. >> i'll bring another one tomorrow. >> the challenge responsible we'll be here tomorrow. we'll be here when the pols close tomorrow night. george will anchor live coverage with our entire political team
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we're going move on now to the sergearch for maszing mom i california. sherri papini disappeared while jogging. her family found her cell phone. >> it's where and how that is sparking so many fears this young mother was, in fact, abducted. her husband is opening up as the search intensifies. this morning, the husband of missing mother of two sherri papini speaking out for the >> she was definitely taken. against her will. >> reporter: the 34-year-old described by her family as a supermom is missing for five days. seemingly vanishing without a trace. >> i received a text message from her at 10:37 a.m. that day, asking me if i was coming home from lunch. i usually don't bring my personal phone in on any job. soy didn't respond to that message until 1:39 p.m.
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going off for family members after she failed to pick up her two young kids from child care later that afternoon. >> she could drop her phone. she would never in a million years not pick up our children on the time that she normally would have. >> reporter: keith papini saying he traced her phone using the find my phone app discovering it by the side of the road. >> she's considered at risk, due to the suspicious circumstances. >> reporter: she was last seen wearing a pink sench teams over the past five days scouring the surrounding area for clues, trying to piece together what could have possibly happened to this beloved mother. >> she's a family that loves her. please just bring her home. >> reporter: and sherri papini's family is offering a $50,000 reward to anyone who can provide any information leading to her location. we hope they get some answers. >> we sure do. coming up on the big board. nate silver is here.
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and it's time for a special election edition of the big board. our team of insiders all set to weigh in, including martha raddatz. welcome. >> thank you. >> is this your first big board? >> i think it is. excited. >> whoo-hoo. >> first to n fivethirtyeight. you nailed 2008 and 2012. where you to have the race today? >> we have hillary clinton getting about 300 electoral votes. she's a 2 to 1 favorite to win tomorrow in our models. >> why is yours so much cloetser, nate, than we heard from matt dowd and other predictions of, what is the reason for the difference? >> ours is based on data and history. in a three-point polling lead is not full proof.
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bush led by three points in the polls and lost the popular vote. won the electoral college. president obama beat his polls in swing states on average. you have to think of the spread from maybe a six-point clinton win on the upside to a very, very, very close race on the downside. that's how we make our forecast, based on history. >> trump support es talk about the fact that polls don't capture the trump support. they talk about the shy trump voters. what do you make of that? trump could beat his polls. and there are a lot of undecided people. the clinton campaign has a better turnout operation. materially data looks good for them, they think in florida and nevada. you can't pretend that polls are precise to within a percentage point or so. it's worth staying up tomorrow night. >> i think it is going to be a late night, nate. you got that right. thank you so much. >> thank you.
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now to american voters. so much is at stake. emotions running high. martha has been crisscrossing the country. talking to voters. you were excited about moderating. more excited to be on the bid board. >> much more excited. >> what are you hearing? >> you nailed it with the word emotion. they're so emotional. so well informed. it's incredible. sometimes you hit a voter over the the years, who is running everybody knows what is at stake. everybody knows twhat issues are. and everybody agrees on one thing. they cannot wait until tomorrow is over. >> we hear that over and over again. >> no accident that the campaigns are converging on philadelphia tonight. the president, first lady, clintons, donald trump will be there. you spent time in that city and the surrounding suburbs. it's a bell whether for the whole country. >> it is.
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but i was out in western pennsylvania. and i think more than anything, that state shows the divide. you have philadelphia, you have the suburbs. and probably particularly, obviously, in fphiladelphia, fo hillary clinton. you go western pennsylvania. it's a different state. it's absolute blight out there pop you have a democratic mayor of a small town who all these months said he might vote now, just a couple of days ago, i was with him, he said, i don't know who i'm going to vote for. i might vote for myself. >> good thing in philadelphia that the transit strike seems to be over. people will be able to get to the polls. >> good news. >> makes a big difference. every campaign a piece of history. the historical significance of this one. we're here with mark updegrove. author and presidential historian. thank you for joining us.
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first woman president. >> it's a monumental development, george. a monumental leap forward for women. think about it, 100 years ago, women didn't have the right to vote. they only got the right to vote in 1920. nearly a century later, the possibility of elections the first female president. 40 years ago, we were debating an amendment to the kops constitution that allowed equal rights for women. additionally, e of the white house with a former president. someone who was just president 16 years ago. the closest we come the that are father-son presidents. we get that with john quincy adams and john adams, his father. and george w. bush and george h.w. bush, his father. just eight years between their presidencies. >> and donald trump could make a bit of history as well, right? >> he would be the oldest president, as age 70.
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office. a couple of weeks shy of his 70th birthday. donald trump would be the first president without having served in the military or without electing to a previous position. he will be the most wealthy. we don't know how wealthy. he's made history by not releasing his tax returns. >> it's hard to catch george washington on wealth. >> it is washington. >> let me ask you each. we don't know the outcome. nate, what are you going to remember most about the whole process this year? >> i mean, i think donald trump winning the nomination is one of the most interesting shocking events in american history. period. so win or lose, the electorate is a lot different. the republican party is different than we thought foryears ago. >> mark? >> the negativity.
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ratings above 50%. the first time in our history. i think we're ready to see this election become history. >> what say you, martha? >> how wrong we were and how it swings back and forth. back and forth. the whiplash. >> it's all over tomorrow. >> almost. >> the voting tomorrow. a little laughter can go a long way this election season. the best moments from late night next. ing lien the strength to outrun her brother. thanks for giving victor the energy to be the rowdiest fan. and joseph, the ability to see monsters. when you choose walgreens, you choose to make a difference... like how every vitamin and flu shot you get at walgreens helps give life-changing vitamins and vaccines... to children in need. so, really... happy thanks for giving! walgreens. at the corner of happy and healthy. good is in every blue diamond almond.
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it's been a tense election. a little laughter goes a long way. comedians from late night tv to "saturday night live" are helping us do just that. laugh a little. the candidates have provided plenty of material to work with. >> it's me, hillary from 2008. >> oh, hi hillary. >> hello. >> rudy july yanny was on fox news yesterday and today and say you seem to be six. you look tired. can you open this jar of pickles? this has not been tampered with. [ grunting ] >> oh, oh. >> the only thing the media is talking about is e-mails. it's like if during the o.j. trial even was focused on whether or not the ford bronco had up-to-date registration. >> i'm the only candidate up here who is not a billionaire. i don't have a superpac. i don't have a backpack. i carry my stuff around loose in
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convention last night, as you may know, was melania trump. she gave this spech of michelle obama's life last night. >> you to think the scandals will doom your husband's chances among women? >> no, no. it's boy talk. they're all animals. if only a woman could be president. >> you want to win? here's what you gotta do. first, yell. i yell all the time. plugged in. i'm just yelling. >> this man is clearly unfit to be commander in chief. >> wrong. >> she is a bully. >> shut up. >> he started the birther movement. >> you did. >> hillary's next debate performance, she should bring her body double so trump doesn't snow which one to lurch behind. >> number two. no lifetime limits. it's a big deal. and number three.
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and send a bunch of e-mail. >> no. >> can i mess your hair up? >> and now, it's time to get out there and vote. none of this will have mattered if you don't vote. >> and we can't tell you who to vote for, but on tuesday, we all get a chance to choose what kind of country we want to live in. and live from new york it's >> that was a poignant moment. urging everyone to vote. it will be interesting to see where they go from here. they have another show this saturday. it will be election theemd. they lose the two main roles. >> hard to top what they've done. >> and we needed the laugh. coming up, the real reason you may be gaining back that
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ben: wisn 12 news time is 7:56. right now, streets in a milwaukee neighborhood are back melinda: it was reported around 12:45 this morning near 15th and saint paul. that's right along i-94 in the shadow of the marquette interchange. you can see smoke coming out of the windows as firefighters worked to get the fire under control. police tell wisn 12 news the building was vacant. no one was hurt. investigators are still trying to figure out exactly how the fire started. ben: right now, milwaukee police are looking for a hit and run driver. rickyia langham was hit by a car near hampton and fond du lac. police say the driver of the car
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family and friends have created a memorial near the spot where the crash happened. people close to the family say rickyia and her mother were on their way to church at the time. police say the girl ran out into the road. family members want the driver to turn themself in. there's a memorial service planned for rickyia tomorrow night. >> taking a look at the morning drive, a live look from the d.o.t. cameras, looking good. we are checking out, look at the
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russ feingold: in the senate there's a choice- you can go along with the rigged system, or you can stand for something that matters.
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i know how hard you work and how wages aren't keeping up. senator johnson stands with ceo's -tax loopholes for billionaires, tax breaks for companies that ship jobs overseas. i'll take on the rigged system. and work to build an economy that works for everyone. i'm russ feingold and i approve this message
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. clinton and trump in a tight race to the finish. barn-storming key states. trump has a midnight rally as he tries to turn blue states red. clinton calls on star power. both candidates scramble to make their final case to voters. oubr clinton up by four, one day before the votes are counted. health alert. the new research why you're really gaining back the weight after you struggled to lose it. how your appetite is kicking into overdrive. what you need to do to control it. dr. ashton will break it down for you. internet obsession. why the mannequin challenge has everyone freezing in place. from the dallas cowboys. to the cast of "dancing with the stars."
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and the three musketeers. a trio of dogs left stranded by the louisiana floods. their owners giving them up so somebody else could take care of them. they're going to a new home. with a surprise twist. you know her as a six-time olympic medalist. she's just adopted a rescue. you'll meet them both. and aly raisman is here live. and she's saying -- >> good morning, america. oh, i please. it's so hard not to go home with them every single time that they're here. great monday. >> tell me about it. >> you do. and it's great to have aly here with us. and jesse at the desk. we're counting down thanksgiving. all month long. take a look at our kitchen cam. there's richard blais. he's going to show us his thanksgiving secrets. the best way to make turkey. >> and a shoutout to karen, our sous chef. >> there she is.
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>> she's the magic. that's is just the start. from now until thanksgiving, we're showing you recipes for every part of your dinner. which i'll be listening to. i'm hosting this year. >> it's so intimidating. >> the whole thing is. you just want to get it right. we would love to hear from you. please help us. what is your big thanksgiving question? tweet us your tips. it's ask gma. >> that's coming up. one day away from the election. first let's get the both campaigns. want to start with tom llamas. he's on the trail with donald trump's team in florida. >> reporter: george, good morning to you. donald trump is predicting an election day shocker. most polls have him down nationally. he says on election day, it will be brexit times 50. we're closing in on a marathon campaign schedule. ten states in three days. he campaigned until 1:00 this morning. today, he'll be in battleground states like florida, new hampshire, north carolina, and then michigan, as well. trump is complaining about
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hours. saying he doesn't need stars. the only celebrities he had this weekend were joe piscopo and ted nugent. while she had beyonce and jay z. trump calls it cheating. he's also visited the state the most. he knows there is no real path to victory without the sunshine state. robin? >> tom, thank you. we go cecilia vega. big news from the fbi. once again over the e-mails when she was secretary of state. >> reporter: so far, no comment from hillary clinton herself on that investigation. aides say they're glad it's over on the final day of campaigning. clinton is crisscrossing battleground states once again. it is all leading up to tonight's big rally in fad philadelphia on independence mall. the obamas and clintons there for the passing of the torch. other big names added to that lineup, too. bruce springsteen and bon jovi clinton calling on famous
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jay z and beyonce to lebron james. >> i know there's a lot of frustration and even anger in this election season. i see it. i hear it. sometimes, you know, i'm the subject of it. i get it. but anger is not a plan. anger not going to get us new jobs, with rising incomes. >> reporter: she's making her closing argument and day. this past weekend alone, volunteers reached more than 14 million voters by knocking on doors and calling people. her final campaign event takes place tonight at midnight. rally. >> thank you, cecilia. let's get to amy for the rest of the headlines. the first woman to serve as u.s. attorney general has died. janet reno died overnight after battling parkinson's disease for 20 years.
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she was also criticized for having agents seize 5-year-old elian gonzalez to send him back to cuba. she was 78. a shocking confession in south carolina. authorities say the real estate agent accused of kidnapping a young woman and chaining her to a storage container has now admitted to multiple murders. authorities believe charles kohlhepp may be responsible for he confessed to killing four people back in 2003 and showed officials the grave sites or two more people. a magnitude 5 earthquake damaged buildings and caused injuries in cushing, oklahoma. there have been 19 earthquakes in just the last week. many have been linked to effects of gas drilling. overseas, new political tensions in china. thousands of hong kong residents took to the streets to protest
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elections. china is banning two legislators from taking office because of their views on independence. more protests are expected. a sweet surprise for a college student who was the victim of a cruel theft. hunter jobbins posted online that someone stole his kit kat bar from the cup holder of his car. they left a note saying, i checked your door. it was unlocked. did not take anything other than the kit kat. sorry. and hungry. hershey heard about it. they sent him 6500 kit kats. enough to fill his toyota. he got a text from his mom, hey, honey. next time, lock your car. >> that's a lot of kit kats. >> he's very popular on campus. thank you, amy. news that goes pop, lara? >> we start with heartbreaking news. michael buble and his family, over the weekend. the singer and his wife announce their 3-year-old son noah has cancer. he's undergoing treatment here in the u.s.
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released at this point. the news coming as a surprise as buble was just here on "gma" two weeks ago promoting his brand-new album. spoke so adoringly about his sons. now he and his wife, luisana, say they're putting their careers and everything else on hold to be by noah's side every step of this journey. >> that news hit hard. >> it did. we're all thinking about you, michael. a good friend of the show. we're with you. >> absolutely. also in "pop news" a long awaited biopic, entitled "bohemian rhap." about iconic rock band queen, and the frontman, of course, freddie mercury. this morning, "mr. robot's" rami malek was confirmed to be the lead role. as freddie mercury in the film. directed by x-men's brian singer. last spring, sacha baron cohen told howard stern he was attached to the project for the role of mercury. ultimately, he backed out.
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on the show. the usa show that earned him outstanding lead actor in a drama series at this year's emmys. built-in audience. >> mm-hmm. and finally in "pop news" "the simpsons" making television history. with the news that they're being renewed for a 29th and 30th season by fox. >> it's been that long? >> in the next two seasons. "the simpsons" yeah, you do it. there you go. will break the record for most episodes of any scripted tv show ever. cbs' western, "gunsmoke" held the title previously. with 645 episodes under their belts. now, the springfield gang will hit 669 in its 30th season. homer releasing a statement following the announcement saying, quote, take that, gunsmoke. you lost a race you didn't even know you were in. he's not a humble winner. better than bart yelling eat my shorts. there you go. congratulations. my son will be very happy.
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of r wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember." he's going like "i don't remember!? we're back with the big health headline. a new study is shedding light on why it's so difficult to keep weight off after you lose it. our senior medical contributor dr. jen ashton is going to join us now. tell us about the new findings. >> this is more proof that if you're struggling with your weight, you're not lazy. you do not lack will power.
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fighting against you, it's because it is. this study found people who lost weight are hungrier. they consumed three times as many calories as they should to maintain their weight. let me show you what i mean. you take two people, pound for pound, they weigh exactly the same. one person is at the ideal body weight. the other person lost weight to weigh the same. the person who lost weight is hungrier. they are less full. and they burn fewer calories. this is the science. it's fact. >> what does this say about diet versus exercise? >> well, if you're talking about weight loss. the biggest bang for the buck really does have to do with what we eat. calories in versus calories out. the exercise, for maintaining weight, exercise probably has a better role. you know you're never gonna hear from me not to exercise. it's important for our overall health. if you want to exercise to lose weight, it's a combination of cardio and resistance.
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the treadmill this morning, they're working out. they're trying to eat right. all these things. they get so discouraged. it really plays tricks on your mind when you hear this. >> 100%. the mind-body, the psychological component is important. this data is not meant to discourage. it's meant to enable us with strategy. here's your strategy. these are the tips i recommend. if you need to lose weight, get a support system. a friend, family, co-worker. electronic, online group. very important. expect the obstacles. we know you're going to be hungrier. know you're going to feel less full. physically. consider medication. fda approved weight loss meds. a lot of them work in the brain to help combat that hunger. very safe and effective. and 100%. don't give up. this is a marathon, not a sprint. >> we have marathoners out there, too. >> we do. >> i like jody with the bee things. >> i love that. >> that's true. all right, thank you, jen, very much. >> you bet. coming up, the big headline about prince harry. what his family is saying about his new american girlfriend.
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my goodness. we don't have to introduce her that much. we have to introduce gibson. >> yes. gibson. >> you're helping us out with our mission pawsible. gibson was a rescue? >> i got him a year ago. i got him when he was a baby. we were taking photos with puppies. i saw him and had to adopt him. he's so sweet. i love him so much. >> see, the perfect story for you all to get inspired. go to our website. we'll update you in a couple of moments. first, a check of our local weather.30s and 40s this morning t sunshine and south winds today as afternoon temps reach to 64. high clouds make a comeback later. clouds tonight and a few, stray showers after about 4am with a
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romance. we're learning what his family thinks about american actress meghan markle. abc's lama hasan is at buckingham palace this morning with the very latest. good morning to you, lama. >> reporter: good morning to you, lara. not only is one of the world's most eligible bachelors off the market, according to reports, his cousin, princess eugenie is saying harry has met his perfect match. >> harry wooed the "suts" actress at his buddy's hollywood hills home in july. over halloween, they were joined in toronto by his first cousin, princess eugenie and her boyfriend. princess andrew's daughter telling palace that the couple are quote a perfect match. royal reports say markle and harry could try to see each other. before harry leaves for his tour of the caribbean on behalf of
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>> it seems this is a couple who are serious and determined to spend as much time together as possible. apparently, she's got the seal of approval from many of his friends and family. who have met her. >> reporter: in an interview recently, she joked she may need to brush up on her knowledge of britain. >> in cockney rhyming slang, what does apples and pears mean? i really have no appropriate answer for that. oh. stairs. >> reporter: don't worry, meghan, there will be plenty of time for you to get to grips with all things british. harry is off to the caribbean next week. flying the flag for the queen. that's why we understand that meghan, sadly, will not be joining him. it is official business after all. >> not monkey business. >> we are going to make this couple happen. >> i think we already, have george. let's hope they're really dating. >> okay. we're going to move on to our real money series.
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all the experts say that enrolling in your employer's program makes a lot of sense. what should you do if your employer doesn't offer one? rebecca jarvis is here with more on that. good morning, rebecca. >> hey, george. the easiest way to save for retirement is to opt into your company's 401(k) plan. half of small businesses don't offer them. if you're somebody who doesn't have one, we have you covered. 36-year-old simone is ready to start thinking long term. >> i'm getting older. i have two small boys. i think it's necessary to start making some plans. >> reporter: she works full time as a teacher. her job does not provide a 401(k) savings plan. we brought in an expert to explore her retirement planning options. starting with one that surprised her. >> you work in the public school system. >> yes, i do. >> and if you work for the government, the federal government, state government, they is have different
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the same thing that a 401(k) plan does. >> reporter: if you qualify for 457 and 403(b) plans, they allow they allow the same contributions that a 401(k) does. $18,000 annually. another popular option, i.r.a.s. there are two options. traditional i.r.a. or a roth i.r.a. with no tax breaks for contributions but growth and withdrawals are tax-free. experts also suggest, if possible, earmark additional retirement funds in a normal brokerage account. >> put that money to work. take a little bit of risk. don't be conservative. and go for it. >> thank you so much. >> go for it. especially important when you're young and have time. when you do go to open the
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your bank might not necessarily be giving you the best deal. the key question to ask here is what are the fees? both vanguard and fidelity are industry standouts. for offering low-fee services. you might be eligible for a signup bonus. be sure to ask for that. >> those fees can add up. coming up, we're counting down the thanksgiving with the best recipes for your feasts. this morning, we talk about the turkey. >> yum. >> he's -- >> you actually just said that.
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ben: good morning, wisn 12 news time now is 8:27. we are on traffic and weatherwatch 12 for you. first to the morning commute, outside 41 lincoln, moving okay this morning. a little tap on the brakes.
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eastbound from moreland into downtown 18 minutes there. sally is here with a look at the forecast. >> the cameras are saying it all, lots of sunshine, hardly a cloud in the sky. it is 50. a climb up in the temperatures, light south winds and going up to 64. set a record yesterday at 70 degrees. and west and passing through tonight and with it, a band of light rain showers. not much in the way of the rainfall, but later tonight and early tomorrow morning. becoming cloudy later in the day.
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? it is creepy in here. we welcome you back. >> what happened? boo! >> lara. >> the audience and crew, well, little -- they're getting a little stiff this morning. let put it that way. >> i guess so. the reason everyone here -- >> oh, brad. looking good. >> jesse looks frozen as well. can we isolate our pierre thomas? >> ver serious correspondent, pierre thomas. >> i don't want the see pierre frozen. he's supposed to tell us if there's a terrorist attack
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everybody can unfreeze. [ cheers and applause ] >> i had not heard about this. >> lara, this is the mannequin challenge. 1.4 million tweets with the hashtag mannequin challenge. the dallas cowboys. michael strahan and the guys holding the pose as well. this is a trend that's going viral right now. on the internet. >> it's pretty cool. >> it is. >> believe it or not, we think it was a 16-year-old girl, named emily adams in jacksonville, with her friends. one day, hanging out. having fun. making all these poses, like mannequins. one friend said, put it online. make it a challenge. this thing took off. blew up.
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challenges. the running man. >> the ice bucket. >> ice bucket. >> a plank challenge. a harlem shake challenge. this one requires the least amount of talent. >> just stamina. >> who can hold a cup of coffee without dripping it all over yourself. it's gone crazy. >> thank you, audience. >> well done, guys. >> pierre >> back to work. now, we have parents in the audience today, right? >> raise your hand are you a mom or dad? >> here's the puzzle for the morning. 9-year-old daughter comes home, learn graetd new song at school. sings it the whole way home. says boy, i'm really great at this. >> i want singing lessons. >> turns out she's not so great. do you tell her or not? that was the question posed. >> 9 years old? >> yeah. this was a question posed by a
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you don't tell her. no way! >> she's 9 years old. >> without a question. >> your vocal chords are not fully formd. if she wrecks this child's dream. >> i love how much you love it. keep on trying. what's the big deal. >> this was a whole thing about when is it too young to tell your child to -- >> that they're not good at something? >> everyone has a different personality. it's true. you could crush somebody's deem? years old. >> if they say, i want to quit school and take singing lessons, that's a different thing. >> when do you not want to give your child a false sense of hope, though. do you say, oh, my god, you're amazing. >> you have to temper it the. >> i have to ask you. what do you feel about that everybody gets a trophy, everybody gets to play. >> i like that. when you're young, i do. it's sprnt to guild confidence. there san age, i think, with
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>> i think around sixth or seventh grade. >> a lot of pampbts don't like that. you can learn through losing as much as winning. >> if you don't let your kids win in game with you or something, they can't win at. once they beat you, it's a big accomplishment. >> you don't let them beat you, right? >> they can beat me at a lot of things. it's okay. >> i love that. >> you know who is a real now. you want to see who we're bringing out here? would you please welcome to "gma," welcome back aly raisman. yes. hey, boo. how are you? >> how are you? >> nice to see you. >> you have been keeping busy. >> i know. thank you for is having me on. >> we love your dog, too. >> we can't wait to talk about the dog. we want to talk about other things first.
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the first ones out. >> yes. >> it was great to see you all. >> we have been very lucky to present at a couple of things. we're getting the hang of it. when we hold hands, it's less likely that we'll wipe out. we hold hands. walk slow. this time we were in gowns. we had to walk extra slow. even walking out there, i'm like, don't fall, don't fall. don't fall. >> you're a gymnast. what do you mean, >> how nerve racking to teach the president how to do the splits? >> he wasn't very good at it. it wasn't that nerve racking. he couldn't do it. it's okay. he gets an "a" for effort. >> how do you teach someone who can't zmoit. >> we just told him good job. you just be supportive. he knew he wasn't good. he didn't really try. >> of all the things to teach him, a split is --
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know. >> cart wheel. >> we should have asked him to do that. >> it would have been hard in a suit, though. >> can't mess up those armani threads. >> how is the tour going? >> it's great. we've been gone since september 5th. first show was september 14th. the last show w where i live. november 13th. 36 cities. 38 shows. we have been sleeping on tour buses. so muc fun. it's a totally didn't experience. it's great for people to see our personality. we do gymnastics. we're having fun. the last number is mixing of '80s songs. we're all in bright colors. we have a really good time. >> were you born then? just checking.
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>> the '80s are back. >> the '80s are back. who is also back on "dancing with the stars" -- >> she's so good. we love watching her. she's amazing. >> is he enjoying it? >> that's me, laurie? or me? i can't tell? >> you're together. >> i hope i can go watch her again. she's so good. >> did you give her you did well. >> she needs to give me advice. she's so much better than i was. she always has had the "it" factor. your eyes are drawn to her. she's such a natural performer. after this, when she's done with gymnas gymnastics. she's going to bonn disney channel. she's a star. she's so good. >> a great idea. they probably just picked up zplsh yeah, she's so bubbly. disney channel, hire her.
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around. we want to know more about your puppy. >> i'm excited. we have a big dog adopgs update coming up as well. the whole thing when we come
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when i was one year old, i was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer on my spinal chord. but i spent my whole life fighting back. so you can imagine what i thought when i saw donald trump say... "i don't know what i said, ah, i don't remember!" "that reporter he is talking about suffers from a chronic condition i don't want a president who makes fun of me. i want a president who inspires me, and that's not donald trump.
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of r wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember." he's going like "i don't remember!? back here on "good morning america." we are celebrating just a little extra this monday morning. because, these foeblgs ran the
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they said they're retiring after this one. what is your name? >> jamie. >> 32 marathons you have run. and that's not your last. >> no, it's definitely not my last. i have disney in january. >> she's going and going. >> that was your first? >> it was. >> your name? >> kelly. >> it was a beautiful weather day. you guys. i really admire y'all. morning with fair skies. enjoy sunshine and south winds today as afternoon temps ch comeback later. clouds tonight and a few, stray showers after about 4am with a cool front. showers will be very light and scatte >> i imagine you could do another one right now, couldn't you? >> i feel good. it's the new york electricity. >> we got crazy people out here.
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it's time for "gma's" mission pawsible. the big reveal. how many dogs we have helped find forever homes. drum roll please. the new number is -- 1299, jess, make it 1300. do it, bro. >> this is going to be one of the best decisions you ever make. we have seen so many amazing success stories. including a group of three who have stuck together through some ro take a look. meet the three musketeers. sammy. bonn temp, and little shavae. a trio that has gone through a lot together. this summer, their home was waushed away in louisiana. >> the owner of these three dogs lost everything. they couldn't take care of the dogs. >> reporter: so, north shore animal league america hit the road. bringing the pups back to new
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during "gma's" mission pawsible facebook live stream. >> they want love. want to be played with. >> reporter: finding a home for one dog is hard enough. north shore made it their mission to keep the three together. finding one home for the whole pack. >> we want to find them the perfect home. perfect match. >> reporter: after a rough couple of months, one couple made it pawsibel, adopting three musketeers all together. >> reporter: we want toup zat you on ben zobrist. the 2-year-old minute pinscher has found a forever home. >> you have another special prize right here in gibson. tell us about gibson, how you met and why you had to have him. >> he's getting afraid of that dog. so, i was at a photo shoot.
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olympics. we had a photo shoot with rescue dogs. we saw gibson, i had to have him because he's so cute and loving. >> can you talk. my microphone just got dogged. don't mind me, america. >> we have the first photo of you and your dog. yeah. >> oh, gibson. >> why do you think it's so important for people to adopt? >> i think every dog deserves a home. my life has been so special, especially the last year being so stressful. it's so therapeutic to have a so loving. so caring. he's amazing. i love him so much. >> we want everybody to love -- what you're looking at, the final five of puppies that are all available for rescue. i'm holding lori. she's an 11-week-old hound mix. >> we have to allies here. >> she's a 14-week-old terrier mix.
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gabby. they're all available for rescue. please, let's get that number going. we're doing this all month long. we have had such great success. >> what is up for you next? you're superbusy at this time. >> we have one more week left of the tour. i'm excited to spend time with my family over the holidays. things will pick back up again. i missed my puppy a lot. >> we're so philadelphia you gave a dog a forever home. we hope you we'll be live-streaming from the animal wes ewe league of boston today, aly's hometown. we'll be live from north shore animal league america's woof-top party. if you adopt, share your story with us. get all the details about you can get involved in our website. coming up, we're counting down to thanks giving with the
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over 80,000 wisconsin jobs lost to unfair trade. with corporate interests, calling for even more unfair trade, voting for special tax breaks for corporations shipping jobs overseas, costing taxpayers billions. and johnson's been exposed for using what looks like an offshore tax shelter for himself. ron johnson's just not for us. senate majority pac is responsible
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we're back now with our big countdown to thanksgiving. for the next three weeks, we're showing you how to cook each part of a complete thanks giving dinner. celebrity chef richard blais is going to talk turkey. >> yes. >> let's talk marathon. for the fourth year in a row, you ran for someone. this was for save the children. >> i ran for save the children. we're helping kids across the globe. yes, i, also, everyone, p.w. a personal worst. that's okay. >> that's okay. >> i finished, right? loathes of marathoners out here. >> let me just -- what is it about turkey that is so intimidating for so many people? >> i'm going make it not so intimidating. in my house, we cook two birds. one, the traditional way. for the other one, we break it down into parts. it makes it easier.
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herbs, rosemary, pepper, salt. we bury it in this mix for a cup kofl hours. rinse it off. take the legs and wings, put it in the confit. it's a pretentious word that means cooking it in its own juices. we do it. we remove it. >> gorgeous, gorgeous. >> it's literally falling off the . now you know what confit means the next part is our brine. >> i got to -- >> you're stopping. we're going to eat later. i'm going to talk about brining. for our leaner cuts of meat, we brine our bird. salt, spices, kin mon,ennon, garlic. give that a water bath. a salt bath. i took a salt bath last night.
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we brine this for a few mourps rinse it off. an important part of brining. rinsing all the salt solution. we roast it in a pan. >> you don't lose everything? >> you lose some of the excess salt. we brine it at a 5% salinity. so it's perfectly seasoned. juicy. other here, you see the finished product. slice up right he. question. do you like it this way better than cooking the whole turkey? >> i like doing both. this is a way if you have a smaller oven. or the you don't have the time. you break the bird down. >> what if you're not a great cook? >> this is more full proof. >> i brined last year. it was amazing. it was so good. >> you're a fan? >> i'm a believer.
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cooking in its own juices. brussels sprouts, every dkid didn't like. now everyone loves. they're on every menu. >> it saves time. it's still time-consume ppg you break one birnd down, you start three, four days ahead. you make your own stock. row have gravy made. the k get it done ahead. >> good job, man. are we doing this every day? >> are you here? >> i'm going to make sure i'm here. >> do i always have to follow you holding a puppy though? >> what are the questions you always get about turkey? >> my thanks giving is filled with lots of people tweeting me like, oh mirks god, what's happening? it's about time and temperature. >> that was me.
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>> thank you. >> it's about time and temperature. key is a low oven. then having that cook's instinct. i think most people leave the bird in a little too long. that plastic thing hasn't popped out. if row have the instinct that the bird is done, pull it out. >> the instinct that the bird is done? what is that? >> it's like a sixth sense. >> people don't realize it's still cooking when you take it out. >> it has to cool down. rest. pop a piece of it back in the oven. you would rather it be a little less done than overdone. >> congratulations again for running the race. >> thank you. >> it's awesome. >> how much do we love chef blais here? >> he's the best. >> get the recipes on our website. next week, emeril lagasse will
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recipes. we'll be right back. cant lose. russ feingold: in the senate there's a choice- you can go along with the rigged system, or you can stand for something that matters. i stand with wisconsin working families. going to all 72 counties, i know how hard you work and how wages aren't keeping up. senator johnson stands with ceo's -tax loopholes for billionaires, tax breaks for companies that ship jobs overseas. and work to build an economy that works for everyone. i'm russ feingold and i approve this message because you deserve a senator who stands up for you. this is an individual who mocked a disabled reporter... i don't know what i said, ahh... who attributed a reporter's questions to her menstrual cycle. trump: blood coming out of her...wherever. he is not a person who is equipped in temperament, judgment or character to lead our troops. donald trump has created a toxic atmosphere
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he's a mexican. claiming a person can't do the job because of their race is sort of like the textbook definition of a racist comment. priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising. putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. when i come home and dinner's not ready i go through the roof. grab 'em by the p****". when you're a star, they let you do it.
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ly assaulted by donald trump. i'll go backstage before a show... yes.. and everyone's getting dressed. donald trump walked into the dressing room while contestants, some as young as 15 were changing. standing there with no clothes. you see these incredible looking women. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she ate like a pig. a person who's flat-chested is very hard to be a 10. do you treat women with respect? uh... i can't say that either.
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how about richard blais. that was really great stuff, wasn't it? sleep off. you're going to be up late
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>> wisn 12 news time is 8:57. tomorrow is election day. polls in wisconsin will be open from 7:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. as long as you're in line by 8:00, your vote will be counted. voters do need to show a photo id. some of the id's accepted include: a driver license, military id, passport or college to vote, you can do that at your polling location. >> a heads up for any of you who drive between the third ward and walker's point. the water street bridge that crosses over the milwaukee river is closing today. it won't re-open until mid december. crews will install an upgrade to the bridge's center lock system. if you drive through the area, the construction could add time to your commute. >> now to a check on the forecast with sally.
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hardly a cloud in the sky. the temperatures climbing quickly. when i came in 44 degrees. we are now 56. the southwest breezes are warming up the temperatures easily 8-10 degrees and up to the mid 60s today. cool front later tonight and changing that. increasing high clouds this afternoon and staying dry. a narrow brand of precipitation later tonight and early tomorrow morning as the cold front is part of wisconsin. for today, lots in the way of sunshine. becoming cloudy later today. dry, 64. tonight a few light rain showers after 4:00 with the cooling front and a few spotty showers tomorrow morning. what greases the gears in washington? money. and ron johnson fits right in. six years ago, johnson took a shady $10 million corporate payout, went to washington,
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oil companies. $21 billion. a wisconsin senator, protecting tax breaks for oil companies. that's ron johnson. that's washington. and he fits right in. end citizens united is responsible for the content of this ad. over 80,000 wisconsin jobs lost to unfair trade. but senator johnson sided with corporate interests, calling for even more unfair trade, voting for special tax breaks for corporations shipping jobs overseas, costing taxpayers billions. and johnson's been exposed for using what looks like an offshore tax shelter for himself. ron johnson's just not for us.
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