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it's just awfully good that someone with the temperament of donald trump is not in charge of the law in our country. >> because you'd be in jail. >> secretary clinton -- >> and that was just the taste of the hard tone of the second presidential debate. >> but it was donald trump who grossly made comments by gathering a group of women who are accused bill clinton of exual misconduct. breaking overnight. defensive efforts taken against two missiles in the reddey. plus, aftermath of hurricane matthew is causing record flooding and heart-pounding rescues. we'll tell you who's at risk. "early today" tarts right now. good monday morning. i'm francis rirara.
till a lot of undecided rotors out there. >> the country wakes up after a dark, contentious, and thoroughly bitter face' off between the nation's leading presidential candidates as donald trump and hillary clinton pars in the most heated debate we may have evereen. >> honest abe never lied. it's the big difference between abraham lincoln and you. >> it is sort of amusing for someone who never paid taxes what he's going to do. >> you were in total contact with the white house, and adlai, obama probably till listens to you. i don't think he'll be listening to you very much anymore. >> donald says he knows more about isis than the generals. no, he doesn't. >> we have a divided nation, and believe me, she has tremendous hate in her heart and when she said deplorables. he meant it. >> the presidential campaign
uncovered tape of 2005 of a aceshollywood segment caught trump making rulger comments toward women, at one point even boasting of his ability to grab women by their yen atles. and it sparked a massive outcry. quickly becoming the top issue of the campaign. access hollywood is owned by nbcuniversal. trump defended that crude language from the 2005 ridio. are you saying what you said on that bus 11 years ago that you did not actually kiss women without consent or grope women without consent? >> i have great repeat for women. nobody has more respect for women than i do. >> so, for the record, you never did that? >> frankly, you hear these things, i said it. i was embarrassed by it, but i are tremendous repect for himmen. >> have you ever done those things in.
af. we're going to are borders, which we don't are now. >> we are polling to how much damage that had on rotors. >> clinton claimed a richtry after the debate aing this hortly after. >> i saw what i expected to see. said was this is something that i have been saying since june. he's not fit to be president and commander in chief. and there are a lot of people who said it before and increasingly more adding that to the chorus. >> trump's 2005 comments, the elephant in the room all night, have now cost him dearly with some nearly 50 republicans.
demanding trump drop out or they won't vote for him. even his running mate, mike pence, calling his comments inexcusable. and during the debate, trump outright rejected one of pence's key points. >> let me repeat the question. if you were president, what would you do about syria and the humanitarian crisis in aleppo. i want to remind you what your running mate he said provocations by russia need to be met with american strength and if russia continues to be involved in air strikes along with the syrian government forces of assad, the united states of america should be prepared to use military force to strike the military targets of the assad regime. >> okay. he and i haven't spoken and i disagree. >> you disagree with your running mate? >> after the debate, pence
running mate donald trump on a big win. proud to stand with you as we make america great again. this morning, there are reports pence is cancelling a fund-raiser and campaign stop in new jersey later today. trump did his best to appeal to his base in one key moment when he said if he wins, he will pursue charges over claims clinton used a private e-mail serve r. >> it's awfully good someone law in our country. >> because you would be in jail. >> and the new york post quickly pounced with this headline, but that exchange is just at number three of the top moments of the night, with trump calling himself a gentleman number two. trump disagreeing with pence was the top tweeted moment. what was not included was trump boasting about the little we know about whether he pays
loss to avoid paying federal income taxes? >> of course, i do. of course, i do. and so do all of her donors or most of her donors. i will tell you, number one, i pay tremendous numbers of taxes. i absolutely used it, and so did warren buffett and george sorose, and many people who hillary is getting money from. >> if that wasn't enough, prior
hillary clinton's response to the attacks against her and her husband. >> so much of what he just said is not right, but he gets to run his he gets to decide what he wants to talk about instead of answering people's questions, talking about our agenda, laying out the plans we have that we think can make a better life and a better country. that's his choice. when i hear something like that, i'm reminded of what my friend michelle obama advised us all. when they go low, you go high.
immediately after had clinton beating trump with 47% saying clinton won. 42% siding with trump. and a new cnn/orc poll had clinton on top with 57% and 34% for trump. however, a majority, 63%, said trump did better than they expected. >> and now to a developing story we're following overnight as a u.s. naval destroyer was fire upon in the red sea. >> first, t hurricane matthew. the death toll across four southeastern states stands at 19, and more than 2 million homes and businesses are still without power. in north carolina, there were nearly 1,000 rescues in a single 24-hour period after more than a foot of rain fell in some cities. rivers and dams are swoeling and forecasters are warning of historic flooding to come. >> in haiti, the death toll from
over 900. bill karins is following that record flooding here in the southeast at home. >> those pictures out of haiti are just so hard to watch. a lot of help needed in the weeks and months and years ahead. the storm finally left the outer banks after raining itself out in areas of new england. the river levels are the problem. all of the red dots are major flooding. some will remain there the rest of this week. one toward floyd levelels t tit. looks like rainy weather heading your way. "early today" is back in two. ng. she said i should think of my teeth like an apple.
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authorities came to the rescue after a bald eagle got wedged in a car. florida crews responded after the driver said it flew in front of him and got stuck. after a bit of maneuvering, the eagle was free and sent to a wildlife sanctuary. >> charges are expected to be filed tomorrow against a man charged with fatally shooting two palm springs officers. they were responding to a domestic call when the man opened fire killing two officers and wounding a third. police say he has a history of arrests and could face the death penalty. last night, a vigil was held to honor the two officers killed. 63-year-old jose vega waw a 35-year veteran and father of eight just two months away from retirement, and 27-year-old leslie returned to duty after giving birth just four months
officer was released from the hospital. >> five vermont teens are now dead and an unknown number injured after a deadly crash. it happened after police say 36-year-old steven burgeon traveled in the opposite direction on i-89, ultimately colliding with another car. that car burst into flames, killing the five high school juniors inside. a police officer arrived on the scene. as he attempted to put out the flames and help the victims, state police say the car and went away. he drove in the wrong direction and crashed the cruiser into seven other vehicles. he was ultimately ejected from that police cruiser shortly before it burst into flames. he has been taken into custody by police. >> two missiles were fired at a u.s. navy destroyer off the coast of yemen sunday evening. it used onboard defensive measures and both missiles
houthi controlled territory in yemen. two of their missiles killed at least 140 people at a huthy funeral. american officials are re-evaluating support for saudi military efforts in yemen's deadly war. >> a potential bombshell for samsung over its galacy note phones, and the trump taj mahal casino in atlantic city is closing its doors after strikes by union members over the loss of benefits. about 3,000 workers will lose their jobs. >> limited rail service is expected to resume at hoboken transit state, after a train barreled into the terminal, killing a woman and injured eight other people. >> later, an investigation into what are some calling academic doping on college campuses. you're watching "early today."
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but first how investors are viewing the latest presidential debate. landon dowdy has the details for us. good morning. >> good morning. there was no clear winner in last night's debate, and who said so? well, wall street does, with no knockout punch by either candidate. some analysts are declaring a draw, and stock futures market seems to agree. the dow and nasdaq opened higher this morning. samsung phone recall nightmares getting worse. reports say the giant is suspending production of its galaxy notebook 7 amid reports some of its replacement models have caught fire. they have stopped exchanging phones for replacements, and samsung said it's adjusting shipments to insure quality. >> prices at the pump are on the rise again. up 4 cents in the past two weeks to $2.29 a gallon for regular unleaded, and analysts say retailers and refiners have
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they lined up to disavow trump's statements, each with a similar theme. >> i have five daughters and what mr. trump said was offensive to me and my family. >> my wife and i, we have a 15-year-old daughter. >> i have a wife, i have a daughter, i have a mother, and i have five sisters. >> look, as a son of a mother and a husband of a wife, what the [ bleep ] does that have to do with anything? [ cheers and applause ] we're going through such an elaborate six degrees of separation exercise. to arrive at someone with a white collar that you can feel sorry for. >> we've heard versions of that line all throughout the campaign season. when you string it like that, john olver style. >> he makes a very important point. that's the genius of john olver. >> the numbers are in, and yesterday officially marked an election milestone. it was the most tweeted day of
million tweets sent, and the day ended with the most tweeted debate ever, with over 17 million debate-related tweets. about 20 million people were in the conversation, which was mostly about trump. as for the most popular google searches, trump's assertion clinton would be in jail if he were in charge. his statement, it's just words, regarding the widely criticized comments about women took the comes to all the tweets, right next to me -- >> i had a few hundred in there. when you're sitting there watching it and you're seeing what everyone is talking about, it's interesting to see what viewers at home is searching. >> very interactive. >> lin-manuel miranda hosted a version of saturday night live to kick off the night that clinton supporters gave his
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here's your "early today" travel forecast. wintry blast to the northern rockies and mont man. much of the country is very warm. and in the pacific northwest in the days ahead, we're going to watch a pretty good storm system heading your way. we start with ppi northern rockies. we end the week with a lot of heavy rain in the northwest. >> last night's debate is one that will have people talking for weeks, if not referring it for months and years to come. >> as the two bitterly divided candidates against each other, 29 days to election day, we're looking what if any impact the debate had on the actual presidential debate itself. we're joined by tracie potts. do you think the debate last night is going to have an impact
>> we'll find out when the scientific polls come out, but take a look at one of the polls that came out last night. in both, hillary clinton won it. in the cnn/orc poll, she won it by more than 20 points. >> okay. >> how are you feeling? >> i fool great. >> you won the debate last night clearly. >> both sides spinning fictvy after a debate that immediately dealt with the videotape. donald trump decade ago that he kissed and groped women. >> you bragged that you sexually assaulted women. >> i didn't say that. i will tell you, no, i have not. >> facing women who have accused bill clinton of sexual miscult,
>> i disagree. >> there were clear policy differences on taxes and health care. >> obamacare is it away, what donald isn't telling you is we just turn it back to the insurance companies the way it used to be. >> a soft end to a tense debate, clinton said she admired trump's children. >> he called her a fighter who never gives up. >> thank you very much. i'm ayman mohyeldin. >> i'm frances rivera. we'll see you right back here
sexually assaulted women, do you understand that? >> no, i didn't say that. i will tell you no, i have not. >> dana: trump faces clinton on the debate stage after the tape was released where he talked graphically about women. how both sides are feeling after sunday' >> kim: billy lush will not be on the today show after those comments dana just detailed. what does it mean for billy bush's future? we explore this morning. >> dana: nevada law makers in carson city this morning as the session begins at 8:00. we're going to tell you what they are going to talk about coming up.
it is 4:29. beautiful picture of the las vegas strip. if lawmakers vote fitter, the tax increase that is, we could see a new stadium on the strip in about three years from now. >> kim: it will have more in the mix of that picture. welcome into the program on this monday. we start out with billy bush out and tom brady back n. >> dana: tom brady had a great game yesterday after that >> kim: we're going to check out the forecast as you start your week. kelly curran standing by in the weather center. >> kelly: i turned my air conditioner back on yesterday. it topped out at 90 yesterday and going to be a little warmer today for this columbus day. mostly sunny skies to get things started today. increasing clods in the afternoon. 86 by noon and 91 our expected