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good morning. swinging through the swing states. donald trump and hillary clinton hitting the key battlegrounds over the weekend as the race hits the home stretch with the polls looking ominous f closing argument to remember. >> we are going to do something very special. >> clinton set to bring out serious star power today after 24 hours of a suspicious stance in the headquarters. and popular web sites trying to recover after a massive series
to coast. the hackers using dvrs and baby monitors to launch the assault. kneeling while singing. a woman performing the national anthem takes a knee in support of black lives matter. ? whose broad stripes ?? >> as nba players stand behind her and reaction and can they break the curse? the chicago cubs one win away from making the world series for the first time in 71 years. fans of the cubs anxious and excited and praying steve bartman stays home today. october 22nd, 2016. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" live from studio
>> and welcome to today on saturday morning. i'm craig melvin alongside stephanie ruhle and dylan dreyer and sheinelle jones. >> you think people would let it go by now. >> you know what would help? the cubs getting back to the world series. >> at 4:00 in the morning, my husband woke me up. he is a diehard cubs fan. he puts his jersey of the fourth inning. he's the reason. >> more on the cubbies later. the top story this morning is the race for the white house with the election now 17 days away. here is the state of the race. donald trump is promising a big surprise today. he's expected to layout his plan for the first 100 days in office if elected. trump will make the announcement in pennsylvania. hillary clinton will concentrate on swing states in the run-up to
comeback, donald trump is looking ahead to the first 100 days in office. today's speech in pennsylvania what top aides call his closing argument with a top vision with new policy details. >> we will do something special. >> reporter: this as polling shows trump slipping in ohio and behind in every other swing state. the movement, trump tells supporters is somehow bigger than polls. >> a lot o they say we can't poll this thing. >> reporter: our nbc news/surveymonkey tracking shows this is resonating with republicans. four in ten say they may not accept the results. campaigning for hillary clinton, vice president joe biden had strong words for trump over his lewd comments caught on tape. >> the press asks me don't i wish i were debating him.
so i can take him behind the gym. >> reporter: sources say hillary clinton is looking beyond election day while her campaign continues to target republicans and independents. in a new ad, muslim gold star father kazir khan once again going after trump. >> will my son have a place in your america? >> reporter: there is fallout from the stolen e-mails from t one e-mail showed the top aide disagreed with the push to hold a global initiative meeting in morocco in exchange for a pledge. huma abedin wrote, she created this mess and she knows it. the speech scheduled this morning for donald trump and what it could be a top speech, many supporters said they wanted from him in the final stretch.
conference scheduled with an 11th accuser of donald trump who says he had inappropriate contact with her in the last many years. sheinelle. >> jacob, thanks. >> let's bring in joy reid. host of "a.m.reid." and we have a former top adviser to senator rand paul's campaign. ladies, good morning. >> good morning. >> let's start with the trump what can he say today that would in any way, shape or form lift his numbers? >> this is a last-ditch effort to show seriousness. this is what he should have conveyed earlier in the campaign. he really missed a critical moment to reassure undecided voters there was substance to him. now they see that and it is not just he is pulling in people he
extended reach. this is grasping at straws. >> is it too late? >> it is too late for a closing statement. you had an audience of 70 million people and then in the first debate an audience of 80 million people. this is the only chance you have to talk to the undecided voters. he missed. it. >> i want to get your take here. 45% of republican voters are accept the election loss for the candidate. do you find this surprising? is trump's rhetoric working? >> this is the most troubling aspect of the campaign. it is unprecedented for the nominee to signal they would not respect the results of an election. we have never had that happen before. so because trump supporters are artent, it is bleeding in the
after november 8th? will they be beholden to a party in which 40% of the base believes the president of the united states is illegitimate? >> surely, how do you see this playing out? >> i was in arizona conducting focus groups with donald trump supporters and undecided. trump supporters who say they will concede, they say well al gore waited u off, he should be allowed to contest it. they are okay and they see it as fine. they blame the media right now more than they expect a rigged election. they think the media is portraying trump as dead in the water. that is contributing to his demise. >> joy, is there a risk that they hear all this and look at the poll numbers and electoral map and get confident? you don't want to spike the ball
>> and that is a very important point. you are now starting to hear democrats and democratic operatives pushing a message to democratic voters. wait a minute. this is not over. don't feel comfortable that you think you can stay home. the difference is the clinton campaign has a robust get out the vote effort. they want to make sure every single early voter is out. they are doing a absentee ballot push. the trump campaign is smaller scale. democrats are aware of the risks of voters thinking it is fine. >> elise, early voting. we are spending time talking about november 8th. the reality is 4.5 million people cast ballots. what are we seeing? >> the disturbing trend is early voting, republican turnout is
you see that benefits hillary clinton. >> elise, joy. thank you for waking up early. you can watch joy's show this morning on msnbc. starts at 10:00 eastern. a huge mystery this morning. federal investigators are trying to figure out just who is behind a series of coordinated cyber attacks. attacking popular web sites you use every day. nbc's gadi schwartz has the stephanie. these attacks are starting to sound something out of a science fiction novel. hijackers connecting devices like dvrs and cameras and baby monitors and launching them into cyber war. the attacks came in three waves taking down a long list of web site giants like twitter,
down in the answer found in a target? hackers aiming at a company called dyn. it acts like an address book and switch board of the internet. this time, hackers deployed the latest weapon in cyber warfare. virus that effects internet devices like dvrs and baby monitors and turns them into cyber bot and the system like dyn is overwhelmed and crashes. >> it is unthinkable that a baby monitor could topple twitter. an army of baby monitors can knock over the most important companies in the world. >> reporter: experts say companies are manufacturing weak default passwords making them vulnerable. >> the fact that companies can make hundreds of thousands of devices and put them on the
line turn into a botnet and attack the united states is a problem. >> reporter: so far, there is a lot of speculation on who is to blame. a senior u.s. intelligence official now telling nbc news this is a classic case of internet vandalism. it does not appear to be a state sponsored attack. what is clear, a new weapon has been deployed as companies and countries try to prepare for a possibility of cyber war. experts tell usot devices used in attacks like these are located in vietnam. right now, the department of homeland security and fbi are investigating. stephanie. >> thank you, gadi. testimony resumes in new jersey in the bridgegate trial. the question is did governor chris christie know about the george washington bridge closures? he says he didn't, but during testimony on friday, one former aide insists he did.
with more. >> reporter: good morning, craig. four of the access lanes were shutdown unexpectedly in 2013 causing a nightmare. and a top aide wrote an e-mail and dropped a bombshell. testified that the governor knew what was going on despite his repeated denials. for three years, bridget kelly the former deputy chief to governor chris christie took the stand friday. she testified she had told her former boss about the lane closures one month before it happened. he was fine with it. a direct contradiction to what christie claimed. >> i had no knowledge of it. >> reporter: christie team released this statement friday.
prior to or during the lane closures. bridget kelly said the port authority director was the mastermind in the issue in 2013. he is now the government's key witness. kelly and defendant bill baroni pleaded not guilty to nine felony counts. she said christie was aware of the e-mail she sent saying time for traffic problems in ft. lee. words. she insisted the closures were not retibution meant to punish a local mayor. christie previously called kelly a rogue and liar. >> it presents the truth as bridget kelly knows it. >> reporter: david walstein was telling christie about the closures on september 11th.
accords to wildstein, the three laughed about it. a man with hoping for higher office now caught in a scandal he may never recover from. now defense attorneys painted kelly as a low-level employee even to please her boss. not in the inner circle as the government alleges. the jury could start week. craig. >> thank you. we head overseas where secretary of defense ash carter is touching down in iraq as the crews are trying to take back the city of mosul. we have nbc's richard engel in erbil this morning.
american general and get a battle field update in the campaign to drive isis out of the city of mosul. with every advance, there are more signs of isis brutality and radical intolerance. in the town of mosul, authorities cleared a church desecrated by the militants. they wrote the islamic state or the cross. that caliphate is shrinking. with the help of u.s. aircraft and jets launched from "uss eisenhower" in the mediterranean. isis is under attack in and around mosul. but finding isis without killing civilians is a challenge. >> bad guys mixed in with families. there are people in the wrong place at the wrong time.
innocent civilians. >> reporter: advisors are on the ground too. we saw them in combat gear clearing bombs. it is the same job chief petty officer jason finan had. he was killed this week when an ied went off near his vehicle. isis so far is pursuing a dual strategy. fighting to defend mosul and key villages and using terrorist attacks. using a soft city of kirkuk where militants came in yesterday and killed dozens of people. there was a scare today for some u.s. troops that are advising in in this mission. isis, two days ago, set fire to a sulfur plant and the winds shifted bringing some of the fumes close to u.s. troops. out of the sense of personal comfort. some decided to put on
determine if the fumes cause any threat, but a military spokesperson told us at this point there has been no change in posture and no reports of hospitalizations. >> richard, thank you. ontario, california is under a smoke alert after firefighters struggle with a massive blaze. a thick black plume rose over the city friday as center. cardboard and plastic bottles fueled the fire. homes and businesses were evacuated. the positive news is no serious injuries. and activists in kansas are warning people to stay out of town to avoid the chemical leak. harmful gas washed over the town friday. 11,000 people were told to shelter in place. more than five dozen treated in hospitals.
the investigation is under way. the miami heat are trying to explain how they got caught off guard by a black lives matter protester. the woman singing the national anthem unexpectedly dropped to her knees and opened the jacket and said she loved her cause. heat officials did not know about the protesthe and here is a good one for the chicago cubs fans worldwide. hoping and praying the cubs can finally make it back to the world series. it is game six of the national league championship series. the cubs are up 3 games to 2. if the boys win tonight, they go to the series for the first time, get your head around this, in seven decades. nbc's ron mott is outside wrigley field.
good morning, ron. >> reporter: good morning, stephanie. anything and everything that can be crossed, fingers and toes, because the chicago cubs are one win away from the world series. >> groundball to short. >> reporter: baseball is a game of numbers. three strikes, you're out. four balls, you're on. a stretch and a song in the seventh. ? take me out to the ball game ?? >> reporter: for the chicago fans. a single number comes to mind this weekend. one. win one more game and finally get back to the world series. and there's a mountain of anticipation and excitement. >> it just keeps building and building. i don't want to jinx it. obviously we are very superstitious. >> reporter: maybe for a good reason. a billy goat started what many believe is a curse.
'69. him, a fan named steve bartman interfered with a foul ball in '03. it's been 71 years since the cubs last played in baseball's championship. longer since they last won it all 108 years. could that be their lucky number? the team's first manager created the game's first official balls. exactly 108 stitches. the tower games? you guessed it. 108 stories tall. the omaha family that bought the team, headquartered on 108th avenue. >> i'm superstitious. >> reporter: around the city, signs everywhere. a simple "w" displayed after each win. no team has won more than this season than the cubs. now the 2 for 1 special. two shots to win one. >> love the cubs because i love
it to the world series. >> reporter: and a chance to make 2016 a most celebrated number in chicago. ? cubs ?? >> reporter: so as you can imagine, the city is ready to pop. they will close the streets down if the cubs win. guys, back to you. >> ron mott, that was awesome. >> good story, ron. >> good stuff. my husband is booking tickets. i said what are you doing. he says he wants just as excited. lots of rain around the country. one weird note. it will be 108 degrees in chicago today. we did have some pretty significant weather through worcester in massachusetts last night. 4 to 5 inches of rain. look at the cars stalled in that flooding rain. it was a nasty night and more rain is on the way. you are getting a break across new england.
albany to new york. this is moisture that will move slowly and rotate to the east. we are going to see more rain fill back in across central massachusetts. last through the day today and then as we go into tonight, look at this. cold enough for snow. 6 to 8 inches of snow in the adirondacks and ski resorts. colder weather is moving in here >> weather: jerry brown in the weather center. sunny and warm today with above normal. upper 80s here in the valley. and overnight we cool off into the lower 60s. increase of clouds. they will be more noticeable on sunday. we are talking about a chance of an afternoon shower on sunday. better chance sunday night to monday. as it will be generally shower activity. but then cooling off nice work and that's your latest forecast. >> dylan, thank you.
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we have to give a shoutout in the rain to the brave souls out in the elements on the plaza. >> we will get out in a bit. first here is a look at headlines. announcement in gettysburg, pennsylvania today. the speech will look ahead to his first 100 days in office if elected. hillary clinton will be campaigning with running mate tim kaine. a navy sailor killed in iraq has been identified as jason finan. he was killed in an improvised bomb blast.
a night of music and fun at the white house as president obama hosted usher and jill scott. the president joked this is one of the perks of the job he will miss the most. you will watch it on b.e.t. in november. now for the recap of the biggest stories of the week. the candidates faced off for the final time. bob dylan pulled a vanishing act and a that he will never forget. those are the stories that caught our attention. >> a stunning moment at the final presidential debate. donald trump refusing to say he will accept the election results. >> i will look at it at the time. i'm not looking at anything now. i'll look at it at the time. >> he is talking down our democracy. i, for one, am appalled. >> and more controversy over allegations of sexual
possibly done those things to those women because they were not attractive enough. >> i did not say that. >> in fact, you went on to say. >> sir, her two minutes. >> facing fire for his comments about women. trump not holding back. saying about his rival. >> such a nasty woman. >> the two candidates said laughs at the al smith dinner in new york. >> i took a break here. >> michelle obama gives a speech and everyone loves it. my wife, melania, gives the exact same speech. [laughter ] >> and people get on her case. >> but it wasn't all fun and games. >> here she is tonight in public pretending not to hate
crowd. the traditional gala. >> iraqi army offensive to retake the city of mosul with help of the u.s. military is making strides and could signal a major turning point in the conflict. >> the pentagon announced an american soldier was killed in iraq. >> isis may be trying to slow down the assault on mosul. it doesn't seem to be working. >> isis does seem to be retrea positions. >> we are seeing leaders leaving mosul. >> after making history as the first musician to receive the first nobel prize for literature, all we have heard from bob dylan is silence. >> tonight it is unclear if bob dylan is going to the nobel ceremony in sweden. the voice of the generation saying nothing but the accolade. >> i think him not responding to the committee is in the spirit
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northeast. not just cooler temperatures, but windy. we could be looking at a windchill as we go into tomorrow morning. high temperatures will be running about 5 to 10 degrees below average. 55 for the high today in new york. burlington, 50. and here we go tomorrow morning. we are look for morning lows to be in the low to mid-40s. when it is windy, it will feel in the upper 30s. that's what's going to be a shock to the system if you on the flip side, we are looking for another warm up in the rockies and plains. 87 degrees in amarillo, texas. on sunday, that heat will spread eastward. st. louis and nashville, 77. tomorrow, shreveport at 80 degrees. it is cooling off in the northeast. we had the cold front move through and we had several inches of rain in massachusetts. a lot of rain in new york city and new jersey.
today. once it pulls away, it will clear out. >> weather: jerry brown in the weather center. sunny and warm today with temperatures running 10 degrees above normal. upper 80s here in the valley. and overnight we cool off into the lower 60s. increase of clouds. they will be more noticeable on sunday. we are talking about a chance of an afternoon shower on sunday. better chance sunday night to nd activity. but then cooling off nice work and that's your latest forecast. >> dylan dreyer, thank you. still ahead, the craziest excuses that folks have come up with to get out of work of the you will not believe. apparently some of the things we say to get out of work. nothing compared to what other people say. you will not believe
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can try all he wants, but danny tarkanian just can't bury his past. robert kearney: i fought for my country in kosovo and iraq, and i've been a republican all my life. but i'm the father of three girls. i can't stand hearing donald trump call women pigs, dogs, and bimbos...and i sure don't want my daughters hearing it. i want my girls to grow up proud and strong, in a nation where they're valued
and i approve this message. jim childs: one of the ways criminals avoid background checks is by going online and connecting with strangers to buy guns. as someone in law enforcement, i think that's dangerous. millions of guns are sold through websites like this, the law requires background checks in gun stores; why don't we require them online? a few clicks of the mouse, now a bad guy is armed - and potentially dangerous. and that's a threat to all of us.
states. donald trump and hillary clinton both in pennsylvania today. one of many battlegrounds to hit in the days to come. donald trump promising a big announcement. clinton bringing out star power. this after 24 hours after a suspicious powder found at headquarters. and war on yoga pants. a rhode island man says women should stop wearing reaction was swift. and craft beer boom. sales for the brews are through the roof these days as more people try to make their own at home. what is behind the rise in popularity? craig is taking us inside the super secret testing lab at sam adams. today, saturday, october 22nd, 2016.
>> i'm turning 10. >> i'm turning 30. >> i'm 40. >> i'm 50. >> celebrating 30 with the "today" show. >> upbeat music. good morning. welcome back to "today." a brave crowd with the rainy new york weather. >> they are feeling it. >> >> we're glad they're here. let's start with news. latest on the race for the white house. election is two and a half weeks away. both candidates swinging through pennsylvania as polling show donald trump slipping in the battle ground state of ohio. nbc's kaci hunt is in ohio with more. >> reporter: good morning, stephanie. with 17 days to go, donald trump still insisting this election is winnable for him.
is a major speech in gettysburg, pennsylvania and talk about what he would do in the first 100 days. on the campaign trail, trump is acknowledging possibly for the first time, the possibility he could lose. >> you know, these guys have said, doesn't matter if you win or lose. i say it matters to me if we win or lose. i'll have over $100 million of my own money in the campaign. if i lose, if i lose, consider this -- and the nice part about saying that and i tell you that because i'm not taking all this money from all of these people that hillary is taking money from. >> reporter: hillary clinton for her part trying to run up the score in the final two weeks. she did say that she would sympathize with donald trump if he loses. ?? >> you know what that means? young people will -- in an
you don't feel very good the next day, do you? but we know in our country the difference between leadership and dictatorship. right? >> reporter: she was there pushing back on the idea of a rigged election which donald trump has been talking about quite a bit on the campaign trail. she will also be traveling to pennsylvania today. making stops in pittsburgh and philadelphia. we should mention there was a arrived in the mail at her midtown office. briefly ended up evacuating her brooklyn headquarters. at this point, the law enforcement said it is not hazardous and office will open on time this morning. >> thank you, kaci. stay dry. in other news, thousands of pennsylvanians are facing a threat to drinking water. heavy rain on friday setoff flooding and mudslides and
50,000 gallons spilled into the creek. officials are looking for water contaminations. similar conditions in massachusetts caused flooded streets. investigations moving forward into the drowning deaths of construction workers in boston. the workers, 12 feet deep in a trench, were swamped when a water main broke. coworkers fought through the water to rescue the trapped men. the fire department recovered a mega media merger. say that five times fast. at&t is reportedly looking to buy time warner. that would team up hbo, cnn, cbs and tnt and others. worth up to $100 million.
malachi took to the stage on friday. students were there to discuss the struggles as refugees. the youngest nobel laureate talked about the survivor of the taliban assassination attempt. and dylan dreyer on the plaza with another check of the forecast. >> hey, guys. sloppy when you are inside. when you are outside, it is miserable. raining hard in new york city. you will see that we have got a lot of rain a it will be cold enough to produce snow across upstate new york and mountains of new england. the rest of the country enjoying a beautiful start. above average temperatures. temperatures should top out in >> weather: jerry brown in the weather center. sunny and warm today with temperatures running 10 degrees above normal. upper 80s here in the valley. and overnight we cool off into
they will be more noticeable on sunday. we are talking about a chance of an afternoon shower on sunday. better chance sunday night to monday. as it will be generally shower activity. but then cooling off nice work and we have a special guest on the plaza. this is fred shropshire from all of your other colleagues and everybody. tell me what's going on with make a difference day. >> we set this day aside. we have done this for 20 years. a value to make a difference to empower the community. we have folks like that across the country. more than 60,000 of them getting their hands dirty. doing projects with goodwill and collecting items.
working with women and children shelter. a couple of stations in texas with the uso. and to put service projects together and tell the community we care as a company about making an impact. >> do you have to be part of it to participate? >> you can go to makeadifferenceday.com and put in your zip code and find a service project in your area. you can get and create your project and make sure you register on the web site so you will be eligible for a grant of $10,000 to give to a charity of your choice. it is the service that keeps on giving. >> thank you so much for making us all aware of what's going on today. in most of the country, it looks good to do all of the events. guys, back to you. >> dylan, thank you. coming up, we will get in
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popping it in. >> first up, a man is waging war on yoga pants. he wrote a letter to the editor in "the times." saying please women, put away the yoga pants. he says yoga pants are adorable on children and young women who have the blessing of youth. however, on mature adult women, there is something bizarre. he says yoga pants on perspective. here's the thing. his address is on the letter. a group of yoga pant clad women will march to his house tomorrow. >> that's a bold letter. how bad is your day going that you need to write that? >> show of hands here. who has called out sick? >> never.
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my home. >> okay. we have to move on. this is sweeter and serious. earlier this week, we showed you this map which features the popular halloween candy. candy corn is the top pick for south carolina and oregon and texas. not everybody was happy with that. one comment on twitter, if you enjoy candy corn, there is a good chance we did not get along. it can be divisive. we want to know what you think. head to today.com and tell us where you stand. >> i hate it, but i'll eat it when it's there. >> me, too. i don't like it. >> take us to the pop start, candy corn hater. >> we can't be friends. file this under friendship goals you want to have. amy schumer and goldie hawn
what do they do when they have down time on the set? film a video to "formation." ?? ? i got hot sauce ?? >> awesome. amy said it best when on an island with goldie, wanda and john formation. lady gaga performing in new york now, but now returning to bars performing song from her album "joanne." it was a tribute to her friend with stage four cancer that moved everyone. the song is one she wrote. take a listen.
so we're still friends ? ? tough girls on the mend so when i'm feeling ?? >> sweet. lady gaga is the musical guest on "snl" tonight. and prince fans, the late artist is getting new music released after his death. warner bros will release forever" on november 22nd. it is filled with 40 of prince's greatest hits and unreleased song he recorded back in 1982. in 2017, a remastered version of "purple rain" will be released. he has a treasure trove of unreleased music that could fill up 22 albums. >> that was the greatest pop start ever. it gets better.
the craft beer boom. but first this is "today" on nbc. it's hard to make the past dissappear, but danny tarkanian is trying. he'd rather you forget about all of his failed runs for congress, senate,
and secretary of state. ...and the shady record that killed his chances every time. the property taxes tarkanian skipped out on for years... the telemarketing scammers he represented...
?? back on a saturday morning with the look at the recent industry. every time you turn around there is another creative beer on the store shelves. >> it is the golden age of beer. when i got the opportunity to take an exclusive look in the sam adams secret testing lab to find out what is behind the craft beer boom, there was no way i was saying no to that one. >> reporter: the elevation was
at this month's great american beer festival in denver, colorado. 60,000 beer lovers attending. beer is having a moment. sales from around $90 billion in 2005 to about $105 billion last year. and if it seems every time and everywhere you look, there's a new brew, you're right. in 1978, there were 42 brewing companies in america. today, more than brewers. small, independently owned like the boston beer company. >> craig. >> jim. >> i've been waiting for you. i have a beer ready. >> i love it. >> it doesn't get better than that. >> this is like coming to the vatican and getting communion. >> you may not recognize his name, but to the beer faithful, jim cook is an american savior. >> i started in 1984.
a can. i knew that america could make some of the best beer in the world. >> so the sixth generation brew master used his great, great grandfather's recipe to launch the first popular craft beer. >> just like sam adams created political independence for america, i wanted beer independence. >> reporter: the attempt to break way from the responsible for years of blah tasting beer. it is not just small brew companies. >> it is a do-it-yourself culture. you enjoy doing it yourself at home. >> reporter: more want-to-be brewers are mixing hops and wheat at home. home brew clubs. >> if you can make soup, you can make beer.
i was thrilled when my friends let me see the areas and help concoct the next top sellers. >> we never allow anybody else in the brewery to film. this is where our new beers begin. this is where the creativity and magic happens. this is where we brew lots of different beers. most of them fail. >> but this one won't. we hope. the fuzzy melvin. >> that was the best thing ever. >> the art department at sam adams. i brought back beers for you. dylan dreyer -- in december you can have one. >> happy saturday. >> cheers. >> cheers indeed. >> you made this up? >> i did. >> did you taste it?
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man:that's "tea party radical" for ya'. jacky rosen: i'm jacky rosen and i approved this message. man: the tea party republicans in congress want to cut social security. woman: and danny tarkanian wants to join them. man: he is proud to call himself a "tea party radical." man: he wants to privatize social security... woman: ...just like them. woman: risking social security benefits on wall street. man: danny tarkanian would
raise the retirement age... woman: just like the tea party republicans in congress. man:that's "tea party radical" for ya'. robert kearney: i fought for my country in kosovo and iraq, and i've been a republican all my life. but i'm the father of three girls. i can't stand hearing donald trump call women pigs, dogs, and bimbos...and i sure don't want my daughters hearing it. i want my girls to grow up proud and strong, in a nation where they're valued
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