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the claims are preposterous, ludicrous and defy common sense and logic. >> i can't believe it, i'm saying that a candidate for president of the united states has assaulting women. >> the heat is rising. and the direction this election takes is almost anyone's guess. >> a major military offensive against isis is prime for launch. new details straight ahead. >> just how powerful are those cell phone batteries in your pocket? nbc news investigates. >> starbucks gets ready to deliver a whole different kind of buzz. >> check out what ellen saw when she watched the last presidential debate.
>> good friday morning. i'm ayman mohyeldin. >> i'm frances rivera. >> it's now donald trump against the world as the billionaire nominee faults hillary clinton, national democrats, republicans, and the media for the laked sexual assault allegations against him. he went after the accusers themselves warning of evidence that would prove them wrong. >> the claims are preposterous, ludicrous, and defy we already have substantial evidence to dispute these lies and it will be made public in an appropriate way and at an appropriate time very soon. >> and trump promised an apocalyptic end if he wasn't elected president. >> they will attack you. they will slander you. they will seek to destroy your career and your family.
your reputation. this is a struggle for the survival of our nation. believe me. and this will be our last chance to save it on november 8th. >> it's just one in a series of stump speeches where trump has begun to delegitimize the presidential election, and there's new fallout from the sexual assault allegations as a fifth former miss teen usa her voice, telling buzzfeed, trump used his position to eye young women in dressing rooms. another one said while at a restaurant with trump and others, trump paraded women in front of the table, looked up their skirts, and commented on whether they were wearing underwear.
were false. she is threatening to sue. none of the allegations have been verified, and the billionaire nominee has vehemently denied the allegations, threatening legal actions against the publications reporting the story. hillary clinton enlisted the help of some of her strongest surrogates, with president obama delivering a full-on attack against trump. >> they don't get credit the very last minute when finally the guy that they nominated and they endorsed and they supported is caught on tape saying things that no decent person would even think much less say, much less brag about, much less laugh about or joke about, much less act on. you can't wait until that finally happens and say that's
>> strong words. but it was from the first lady, michelle obama, who may have dealt trump a fatal blow with her deeply personal remarks delivering a searing message and what many see as the most hard-hitting, provocative speech of the entire election cycle. andrea mitchell brings us more. >> the first lady speaking with emotion and moral outrage of donald trump's language on that tape. >> i have to tell you, i can't stop thinking about this. it has shaken me to my core in a way that i couldn't have predicted. >> michelle obama pointedly refusing to use trump's name. >> i can't believe i'm saying that a candidate for president of the united states has bragged about sexually assaulting women. >> perhaps the toughest political attack from the first lady. >> this wasn't just locker room
sexually predatory behavior. >> mrs. obama exposing in anger, raw and personal. >> the shameful comments about our bodies. the disrespect of our ambitions and intellect. the belief that you can do anything you want to a woman. it is cruel. it's frightening. and the truth is, it hurts. lady has been wanting to make for some time. >> here we are in 2016, and we're hearing these exact same things every day on the campaign trail. we are drowning in it. now is the time for all of us to stand up and say, enough is enough. this has got to stop right now.
locker room talk is an insult to decent men everywhere. >> and while the first lady campaigned in new hampshire, hillary clinton was in california fund raising with barbra streisand, elton john, and others. she also took a moment to sit down with ellen degeneres who caught a very different side of the second debate. check this video out. >> clearly the winner of the debate was the guy in the red sweater. ken bone, for some reason no one is talking about this moment. but we have to show it. >> there's a lot at stake. this is not an ordinary time and this is not an ordinary election. we are going to seizing a president who will set policy for not just for eight years, but for some of those important decision we have to make here at home and around the world and the supreme court to energy and so much else, so there is a lot affstake.
editing. the rest of the dance airs today on ellen, and today on the trail, clinton takes the day off as president obama holds a rally for her in ohio while her husband and daughter hit the trail on her behalf. donald trump on the republican side and mike pence hold a joint fund-raiser in new york before they head to north carolina and florida for separate rallies. >> developing now, bracing for battle. nbc news learning iraqi forces are taking mosul. who gave the green light for this offensive to start? >> that order is going to come from the iraqi prime minister as well as the u.s. coalition. there are some 6,000 american forces on the ground helping the iraqis prepare for this offensive. we did hear from the coalition this morning that they're now stepping up air strikes around mosul, more than 50 strikes in the past two weeks.
begin. it could be days, weeks. we know that the soldiers are ready, but this is not going to be a simple operation by any means and in fact it could last quite some time. it just depends on what kind of a fight the isis soldiers within mosulwill push back and how much resistance they're going to offer the troops. this is a significant operation. the largest isis stronghold in iraq. not only a significant military operation, but a potentia humanitarian crisis as well. there are at least 700,000 iraqis in mosul, whether they're going to stay there to wait out the assault or flee, aid groups have their work cut out, but this will be a complicated military operation. they're telling us they're red a to ego, when the fight will begin remainslucy, thank you. >> for the first time since a dramatic shootout with police,
and new jersey, has been charged. seen here via hook-up from his hospital bed where he's recovering from multiple gunshot wounds pleaded not guilty to attempting to murder police officers. rahami was charged with five counts of attempted murder of a police officer and other weapons offenses. he also faces federal charges in connection with the bombings which injured over two dozen people. >> still to come, one of the world's most popular cars is recalled over a problem with the brakes. cashing in on her 15 minutes, maybe even more. >> but first, the rain ended on sunday, but rivers are still rising in north carolina. one week after hurricane matthew, with 22 deaths reported there, that brings the total u.s. death toll up to 42. meanwhile, supertyphoon like storm is gathering steam in the northwest. we have all the details this morning. >> that's right. we have been tracking storm
finally looking to push into northern california. that's some good news for the drought stricken areas. look at the wind warnings for tomorrow. hurricane force warning in effect for the coast. gusts up to 80 to 100 miles per hour, and rainfall up to 15 inches. we will be watching out for mudslides as we head to the weekend. that's a loo the 60s. sunshine and clouds and 79 degrees in fresno. that's a look at your friday forecast. >> all right, thank you so much. >> and just ahead, new details on last night's star-studded prince tribute. what a turnout that was. >> plus, now you can get a different buzz at starbucks. we'll tell you all about their ipa beer. that's next.
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>> fans came out in droves for last night's star-studded prince tribute concert in his home state of minnesota. 18,000 purple cloud attendees watched performances by stevie wonder, morris day, and also chaka khan. the event was put together by prince's family by the help of music industry professionals. >> time to belly up to the bar at your local starbucks and ken bone is cng newfound fame. susan lee has the details. good morning. >> honda is recalling 350,000 2016 civic coupes and sedans for a parking brake issue. the cars could simply roll away, apparently. no injuries yet, according to honda. it's really a precautionary move. starbucks is giving a new kind of buzz.
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recall of the galaxy note 7 phone. the postal services are refusing to ship returns by air. >> now at least three airlines have begun outfitting their planes with fire containment bags in case a phone catches fire. jeff rossen takes a look at what can happen when a battery explodes. >> this is what it can look like when a phone's lithium ion battery explodes. new surveillance video capturing the moment a samsung galaxy note 7 started smoking in her hand. here's what's left of her phone. another device left charging inside this car, erupting in flames. so just how dangerous can a phone fire be? to find out, we have been granted rare access here at underwriters laboratories in chicago, better known as ul. we're inside a battery testing
in here. you're about to see for the first time what it looks like up close when these batteries explode. >> first up the crush test. what will we see? >> you'll probably see it explode because we're putting a high crush force on it and making sure it can withstand that. >> let's close the door and get this test going. let's hit it. >> do you see the flames there? >> all this from a small phone battery. >> did you ever realize you have this much energy in your pocket? >> then the >> we're overcharging which is something you can do if you use the wrong charger. and the battery has no internal protection. >> this is the purported cause of many samsung phone fires. within minutes, you can see the heat and pressure building. our battery puffing up and then -- >> that frightened me and i knew it was coming. >> watch it again in slow motion. powerful explosion, and fireball. >> this is very rare occurrence.
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good morning. our stormy stretch continues as we head into the weekend. heavy rain and gusty winds in the northwest. try in the southwest. saturday, not much change here. damaging winds possible. 80 to 100-mile-per-hour gusts. still dry in l.a. and phoenix. >> thanks. you may have been one of the millions of people across the country who received a facebook alert urging you to sign up and sote, receiving a push notification like this one here. now the "new york times" is reporting that facebook's little 17-word reminder actually contributed to a substantial increase in online voter registration, with at least nine different secretaries of state crediting the social network's
16 states saw up to two times as many registers. 120,000 people in california registered on the first day facebook gave users a reminder. it goes to show a little can go a long way. >> when it comes to the election, and also you're not forgetting a relative' birthday. >> also, to the bridgegate bombshell. chris christie set to go to court after a new jersey judge issued a criminal republican governor over his bridgegate controversy. that court appearance for later today stemmed from a citizen's complaint over probable cause to believe the governor had engaged in official misconduct in connection to the lane closures. this rises the possibility chris christie could face an indictment. >> a new report says more women want to be mothers.
they think they'll have a baby. experts believe the increase could be linked to america's confidence in the economy and advanced fertility treatments. on average, women say ideally they want to have two kids in their lifetime. the survey could indicate a higher u.s. birth rate in the years ahead. >> opening this weekend at the box office, the accountant stars ben affleck as a man with asperger's syndrome. and what now, a show where comedian kevin hart follows iphis 2013 concert film by performing for 50,000 fans in philly. >> and a teenager who discovers his missing father's experiments teams up with a space robot to fight evil. >> i'm excited to see the accountant. >> good stuff out there. >> i'm ayman mohyeldin.
today." have a great friday and even >> dana: working overtime. nevada lawmakers burning the midnight oil deciding on the proposed new stadium right here in las vegas. the reason they didn't come to vote ahead. plus -- >> i can't stop thinking about this. it is cruel. it is frightening. and the truth is i >> dana: enough is enough is the first lady making an emotional speech as several women accuse donald trump of sexual assault. donald trump is fighting back. what he had to say coming up. plus. >> bill clinton is a rapist. >> kim: biden heckled in our own backyard. that man disrupting the vice president of the united states
>> dana: good morning. it is 4:30 on this friday, october 14. welcome in. >> kim: and we have a lot of news again this morning. that is great since we are a news organization. a lot of locals playing into it too. bryce harper and his nationals not moving on in the playoffs. dodgers got there. there are hiccups in the votes. >> kim: first, we're the wagners, kim and dana here. we're going to bring kelly curran into the discussion. dana is taking me up to washington state this weekend for a game.