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need tremendous stamina. >> a man who can be provoke by a tweet should not have his fingers anywhere near the nuclear code. >> the presidential candidates clash in their first face-to-face showdown. this morning, we are taking a look at how the voters are responding. also this morning, a wet commute. you can see some showers moving through the area on storm scan3. and, this isn't our only chance of rain for the week. >> today is tuesday, september 27th, good morning, i'm jim donovan. >> i'm brooke thomas. the rain is keeping katie and meisha busy this morning. >> yes, it is, the roads are okay, we have four accidents just a moment ago, two of those have now since been cleared. but this is only a sneak peak of what's to come. because whenever we have wet roadways, mort vehicles every minute that get on the roadways, we're going to have problems. >> it is as if, i feel like it is as if we all forget to drive. i don't know what happens. yes, but regardless, it is out there. i do at least come bearing good news, it will be winding down with time as the morning progresses, but, we can expect that this rain is going to
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still be out there for at least the rest of the this typical morning drive. showers coming down pretty steadily in kent county, delaware, and also across central new jersey, at this moment, though, back through places like philadelphia, even for example, the worse has since gone down. left at this point with some damp roads, but that of course means that you have got spray from other vehicles, and even still, the rain not officially falling from the sky, can slow you down. that said, because we have a cold front passage currently underway, it is actually pretty mild outside. we are are flirting with 70 through much of southern new jersey, much of delaware, and even here if philly, at 67 currently, not bad. fifty-six, that feels down right balmy up in mount pocono compared to recent mornings but only going to rebounds so far from this point up in the mountains. we do turn out mostly sunny because the cooler air is catching up to us. only get to 64 degrees. similar scenario at the shore, although that's where you may still be stuck with some left over showers, throughout the majority of the day. here if philly rain winding
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down with time later this morning, so, yes, northwest to southeast, essentially this front will be moving out. we start to clear out as a result. but there is more rain on the way down the road, meisha. we'll tell when you it gets here later in the show. >> one of the good things about the rain it makes you appreciate the sun. once you see the sun again, so nice. so okay. so we skip through the morning rush, see how wet it is throughout our morning rush right now. so still looking very wet out there. we did have accident here. schuylkill west at the vine, that's now since been cleared. the good news is a loft these accidents that we've been seeing like i said up at the desk we had four, string of four happened almost back-to-back. they seem to be clearing fairly quickly. accident here, schuylkill west near the boulevard, also since been cleared. but you can see how busy it is on these stretches already. and we're just now cracking into the 6:00 hour. accident here, 95 south, you can see the flashing lights, pulled all the way off to the far left shoulder blocking lit bit of the left lane as well. ninety-five south near the betsy ross bridge, not only the accident in that area. take a look how busy this s as far as the eye could see, you
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can see how busy it is. this will slow you down, come around 6:30, pushing toward 7:00 you bet you have to give yourself extra time. one more accident here involving injuries in norristown. has avenue at west main street, give yourselves extra time this morning. >> thanks so much, meisha. the first presidential debate is in the books. last night donald trump and hillary clinton faced off on stage at hofstra university. >> the two candidates traded jabs as they discussed the big issues. "eyewitness news" reporter jan carabeo live at drexel university. the next stop on the campaign trail. jan? >> brooke, jim, good morning, vice president joe biden will be making a stop here at the great court at drexel university right around 10:30 this morning, he is set to speak about hillary clinton's vision for the economy. but, both sides will be hitting the campaign trail hard today after a fierce first debate last night. (cheers). >> hillary clinton and donald trump, were cordial while taking the stage at hofstra
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university in new york monday night. but the gloves quickly came off. during the first rounds of questions on the economy. >> it would be the most extreme version, the biggest tax cut for the top percent of the people in this country, than we've ever had. i call it trumped up trickled down. >> for 30 years you've been doing it, now you are just starting to think of solutions. >> well, actually. >> excuse me, i will bring back jobs. >> and two candidates often sparred on stage during this the first of three presidential debates. both touched on several controversial topics. >> when she releases her 33,000 emails that have been deleted, as soon as she releases them, ill release, ill release my tax returns. >> it must be something really important, even terrible, that he's trying to hide. >> locked in a virtual tie in the latest polls, clinton and trump also battle over race revelations, and national security. >> she is telling us how to fight isringhausen. just go to her website.
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she tells you how to fight isis. >> at least i have a plan to fight isis. >> the debate turned personal. >> she doesn't have the look. she doesn't have the stamina. i said she doesn't have the stamina. >> as soon as he travels to 112 countries and negotiates a peace deal, a cease-fire, or even spends 11 hours testifying in front of a congressional committee, he can talk to me about stamina. >> and back out here live now, at drexel university, pennsylvania has secured itself as a swing state, so a lot is actually happening here in the delaware valley over the next couple of days. here in philadelphia, in university city today, on national voter registration day, the vice president will also be urging pennsylvanians to register to vote ahead of the october 11 deadline. and tomorrow, the first lady, michelle obama, will be making a stop at lasalle university. that happens right around noon. we are reporting live outside drexel university this morning. jan carabeo, cbs-3, "eyewitness news".
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thanks so much, jan. after the debate trump made pit stop where most presidential nominees shy away from. >> now the shocking move has many saying this morning he was just trying once again to have the last word. "eyewitness news" reporter justin finch here to break it down. good morning, justin. >> i would probably say the same here. mr. trump kept talking on social media, too, now it is our turn, with expected high to record dealership. talking about this debate for some time. or at least until the next one. already, the nominees are weighing in. and so are their supporters. >> excuse me. >> the debate came in fast, both sides claiming their candidate came out on top. >> the bar is solo for trump. >> hillary clinton is the epitomy of the status quo. >> the hofstra university held debate was high energy, from this opening hands shake, to the very last word. post debate donald trump broke tradition, walking into what is called the spin room, where it usually campaign surrogates face the press. gop nominee giving moderator lesser hold a -- holt a
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thumbs-up, the sounds crew a thumbs down. >> i thought lesser did a great job. and they also gave me defective mike. did you notice that? >> we have a great debate. >> it was an amazing experience. >> democratic nominee, hillary clinton, felt good with debate one of three under her belt. from her podium, the former secretary of state push her plans for the economy, terrorism and law enforcement. allison young, former staffer, and president george w. bush's white house, is unimpressed. >> she is saying she had three decades of experience in public life. now she is going to start making these changes. >> most of his statements were not consistent with what i would hope a president would be about. >> former philadelphia city controller, jonathan saidel, called trump's arguments disjointed, and says he's un convinced trump has an understanding of us tax policy. >> and we have been watching your tweets all night, all morning, as well as jim rock
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hearsays cbs news, clinton debate well, but her time in office did not go well. trump did well enough to capture my vote. next up, hearing from deplorable kate, you might know that name there. she said trump won. the monday rate or never pressed hillary on anything. he hit trump repeatedly. trump did well. and from llamay she said she is prepared tonight and proud to make america proud for the next four years, and we're also hearing it from carla moralizes, she said it was like she was debate wag teenager. we of course want to hear from you our viewers. hit us up on twitter #cbs3. now the second of three presidential debates is going to be sunday october 9th. all three are expected to be must-see it. v. brooke, jim, over to you. >> thanks, justin. meanwhile, one candidate was escorted off hofstra campus last night. >> friend party candidate doctor jill stein was doing a series every interviews when reporters, with reporters,
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when police in full security removed her from the scene. she tweeted about it all. authority say stein didn't have the proper credentials to be there. doctor stein is currently polling at little more than 3% nationally. >> well, today is national voter registration day, just two weeks away from pennsylvania's voter registration deadline. local officials are making the rounds at various philadelphia high schools today trying to register students who have turned 18. they're also registering voters at 15th and market and 30th and market streets. in the next political showdown is tuesday, when runningmates mike pence and tim kaine debate. cbs correspondent elaine key hand owe will moderate. this is at longwood university in virginia at 9:00 p.m. you can watch us here on cbs-3. >> still ahead on "eyewitness news" this morning, fast moving wild fire ignites the california mountains. >> find out why it is specially tough for firefighters to battle those flames. plus, a horrible case of being at the wrong place at the wrong time.
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two children are shot while playing soccer outside their home. what police say led to that gunfire. >> and, riding a roller coaster may have a surprising health benefit. we'll tell you which common medical condition could be alleviated after a ride or two next in the health watch. katie mcginty: franny, johnny, me, and colleen...een,, all 10 of us raised on a policeman's salary and a mom working as a restaurant hostess. imagine trying to do that today, with washington looking out for the favored few. i'll bring a different point of view to the u.s. senate - working class roots and the mother of three, i'll put middle class families ahead of wall street. i'm katie mcginty and i approve this message
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dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising. wild fire burning out of control this morning, california santa cruz mountain. >> official say the so-called lola fire broke out yesterday
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afternoon, inside a building, and quickly spread in a matter of hours. scorched 1,000 acres. officials say the fire is threatening about 300 homes, in its path, and they're asking people to leave the area. >> well, now here's some interesting research in the health watch. if you have kidney stones, go for a ride on a roller coaster. >> really, we're serious. roller coaster could help patient pass small kidney stone. they say the rough movement helps dislodge the stones. making it, that's a good picture for you there, right, making it easier for them to pass. another good picture of course riding a roller coaster isn't a sure fire way to get rid of kidney stones, but, the research team believes it could be helpful when used in addition to standard treatment. >> i've never had a kidney stone, but i hear it is awful. >> painful. >> so i'm sure they're looking for any help they can get. >> wow. >> right? >> and on that note -- note,
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how's the weather. >> wow. that's bizarre. wow. that's all i can say. i love to follow these bizarre stories. >> oh, you're good at it. >> again, good is a strong term. what i'm going to do, totally switch gears. that's how i will hand thal one. okay, guys? let's trip to wipe our brains clean, and think of new many ands here. outside we go to the live neighborhood network, off in the distance, here center city skyline, skewed by low-lying cloud cover, rain moving through, and definitely damp outside six a the current temperature at palmyra cove nature park, we overlook couple of miles away the center city atlantic city line, pretty mild start to the day that said. meanwhile the latest cold front, still pushing through, and there is very discontinuing back toning. >> this the sun not technically up yet. the west most northwest suburbs will be the first to see the sunlight braking through the clouds, than will continue to be the stormy the further southeast you travel with every passing hour.
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but in the meantime, yes, it is not the wettest morning drive we've ever had, but enough to certainly slow you down. now, in the wake of this system, we catch a break between systems. but there is new storm that's on the way. and it is pretty obvious to spot here. what we are looking at here color contours, depicting where the jet stream silts, look what happens wednesday in thursday. see this? this gets cut off from the main jet stream, which is far off to the north. when that happens, a lot of times, these cut off storms can just get stuck. that's exactly what happens. so, from thursday, right through sunday, until that storms gets pick up by the jet, we're going to be stuck with the potential for wet weather. for now any of the rain is clearing out with time. we hit 75 degrees, so pretty typical. tomorrow, breaks between systems, but tomorrow night, and thursday, especially, look awfully wet. friday and saturday, still, showers will linger. meisha over to you. >> okay, katie, thank you so much. good morning, everyone, happy tuesday. yep we've been dealing with very wet roadways. because that far we've had some myfoxphilly.com out there.
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but the good news is a lot of those are getting cleared out of the way. so, this is where we had accident, looks like that may be clearing now. you can see flashing lights way off in the distance, 95 south near the betsy ross bridge. that's still out there. you can see how busy it is, around that area, as well. far back, stream of headlights. busy there. fifty-nine south at cottman, further down south, see coming around the s curve looking very busy there, as women. in fact no longer traveling at posted speeds there. hoping to keep you at 55 until more closer to the 7:00 we won't be able to do. that will new jersey 42 freeway northbound creek road, what you are looking at again, another stream of vehicles. still traveling at posted speeds here, but probably won't be for very long. and also, the schuylkill, taillights moving in the eastbound direction, this is past king of prussia. looking busy here as well e overall give yourself some extra time this morning, absolutely wet roadways. i got a lot more coming up. first a quick break, stay right where you are. cb
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>> one person is dead and two others are hurt after a shooting in the city's germantown section. now, this happened in the 1300 block of johnson street in the courtyard of the johnson court amounts. police say a 22 year old man was shot in the face and later died at the hospital. two other men were also shot, but they're both in stable condition this morning. it is unclear if either of these victims were the intended target or were simply innocent bystanders. >> this morning, texas police say two children are recovering from gunshot wounds. investigators say, tone agers
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shot them while they were just playing soccer. >> this all happened in humble outside houston. police say group of teenagers began fire, at another group of teenagers, but that is when a six year old, and a 11 year old, playing soccer, were hit. >> playing soccer, just having fun and all of that. screaming, i suppose they're just having lots of fun. next moment i hear a gunshot and like i'm really scared. >> the two boys had leg wounds, they will be fine. police say a teenager was shot in the foot and another teen was hurt by flying glass. investigators say the shooting may be gang related. >> the miami marlins are retiring the number of pitcher jose fernandez. >> this was an emotional tribute to their late teammate. there were tears last night in miami and everywhere as people watched. players took the field for the first time since fernandez's death in a boating accident. they all wore his number, 16, for the final time.
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after that special tribute, his close friend, d gordon, led off the game with a first inning homerun. >> well there is will be the cover of the new issue of sports illustrated in tribute to golfing great arnold palmer. the pennsylvania native died this past weekend, at the age of 87. governor tom wofford erred flags to be held in half staff. about 40 miles eels of pittsburgh is a service, public service will be a week from today. coming up: hall of famer charles barkley is weighing in on the eagles rookie quarterback. find out if he is on the wentz wagon. >> one hundred things to do in philly before you die. that's the name after new book, and it includes places to see that even philadelphia natives may not know about. we'll tell you about it coming up. i'm really good at war. i love war in a certain way. including with nukes, yes including with nukes.
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>> welcome back, a sevens how the week len play out t may be tuesday, but we all always seem to have our eyes on what the weekend has in store. at this point, i can't promise that it will be quite as stellar as this past one was. storm systems overhead, that will be lingering at least through saturday, we do keep seas on bridge mild temperatures along the way, but the sunshine as a result of the stubborn system, may be limited, more in the forecast
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later in the show, guys, back over to you. >> now for a look at newspaper headlines, from across our region. >> from the press of atlantic city, florida contractor has been charge in the connect with pocketing $75,000 of client insurance money, and repair grants. the ocean county prosecutors office says that 63 year old richard woodard, and his company, will wood builders, took money from seven known victims without finishing the work. >> in the bucks county courier times, supervisors in falls have approved initial plans to build a new 18 million-dollar municipal building. the 55,000 square foot space will include the township police station and administration offices. once they sign off on the building design, construction is estimated to take about two years. >> from the front page of the intelligence err, horsham township councils sill looking at six possible long-term plans, to eliminate compound from the town's drinking water. customers of the horsham water and sewer authority could be
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paying additional 45 to $191 a year for their water, and to ensure its entirely free of unregulated chemicals. >> and that's a look at some of the newspaper headlines from around the delaware valley. >> well, this football season, there is room for everybody on the wentz wagon. >> and that includes the rounds mounds every rebound. former sixers stars charles barkley. the basketball hall of famer was in cherry hill last night as the keynote speaker as the cast jcc sport awards dinner. sir charles says he's a big fan every eagles rookie quarterback carson wentz. >> well, he has been fantastic. you know, i live in philly during the summer. so i've seen every game. he's been fantastic. and i root for the eagles, even though i'm just a summer resident, i always root for the eagles. >> barkley also says he's real excited about the future of the sixers with their roster full of young stars. >> well, coming up: more on donald trump and hillary clinton in their first show-down. >> i think donald just criticized me for preparing
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for this debate. and, yes, i did. and you know what else i prepared for? i prepared to be president. and i think that's a good thing. >> i think my strongest asset may be by far is my temperament. i have a winning temperament. i know how to win. >> political analyst, bill rosenberg, joins us live to talk about last night's debate, and who did a better job? >> well, we'll also take a look at how the vester reacting to the debate on social media. we'll show you the hop topics trending this morning. meisha? >> brooke, looking outside, it is west and slow. accident on 95, one in norristown, plus construction, all of that slowing you down this morning, but first we'll take a quick break. stay right where you are. cbs-3 "eyewitness news" will be r
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day. >> katie is tracking rain for days. oh, my. shell ' break it down for us. good morning, everyone, i'm jim donovan. >> for days. i'm brooke thomas. it is 6:31, here's what you need to know today in your morning minute. >> hillary has experience, but it is bad experience. >> i know you live in your own reality. >> last night's debate, 100 million people said to have tuned? >> greg says: i think clinton won on opportunities, no ko. roll on round two. >> two other hurt after shooting in the city's germantown section. >> and emotional night for the miami marlins in their first game without pitcher jose fernandez, who died in a boating accident. >> sitting on their bed that is weighing 400 pounds, okay?
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>> hey. >> i don't care. >> security of our country. >> i will say when he said that i was eating a pint of ben and jerry's and i put it away. >> i was like oh, okay. put it back in the freezer. >> you didn't put it back though. >> i d i thought oh, if i keep eating this ice cream i'll be a little larger than i want to be. i put it away in the freezer. >> we all know i wouldn't have. >> oh, jim. >> sometimes you have to eat your feelings, right? we have a little bit of wet weather out there. still out there depending on your location, start it off right on out to storm scan. and this just tight zoom and snapshot where the radar is currently producing the wet weather, specific to southern
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new jersey, and part of delaware. actually the majority of the determine marva peninsula getting hit with light rain, pocket of steadier rain, but there is back edge to this, when i throw the satelite composite over this, see skies starting to clear out, actually the state capitol of harrisburg over the last couple of hours it, will take time, behind the frontal boundary clouds break for sunshine in the city and the further north and west you go, generally looking at sunny day. you will likely be stuck in the clouds though if not have to dodge few showers coaster to the coastline, at least in the city today expect to see things lighten up with time here. temperatures hit the mid 70s, where they should hit. unfortunately, meisha, this isn't the last gasp of the rain for the week. i'll tell when you the next rounds get here later in the show. >> that will be great to know. thank you so much. good morning, everyone, so we have an accident out there. in fact, we have couple of them out there. good news a lot of them are getting cleared out of the way. still wet, damp most areas, accident 95 south, near the betsy ross bridge, pulled all the way off to the far left shoulder, and probably at this point, clearing now if it
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hasn't completely cleared already. nonetheless still slowing down in this area, starting to heat up. take a look at this, very busy around this stretch. also, schuylkill westbound at city avenue. hard to see, kind of zoomed in, there just before city avenue rather. you can see how you're not even driving. i mean, you are almost in a parked position. you're traveling at about 5 miles per hour if that. so schuylkill westbound at city avenue give yourselves extra time. the boulevard southbound leading to up where the schuylkill westbound is you can see how slow moving it is, look at the far left lane, completely stopped there. so very busy this morning, accident here, haw's avenue, west main street, one lane block there, jim, over to you. >> thank you, meisha. the countdown is heating up. just 41 days from election day, last night for the first time the candidates went tow to tow over the issues. surely be the topic of conversation today at work or gym, and last knit filled with plenty of memorable moments. >> traded jabs for 90 minutes, giving voters lots to discuss.
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one of the more explosive moments came when trump hammered clip on on her e-mail controversy. >> i made a mistake using a private e-mail. >> that's for sure. >> and if i had to do it over again, i would obviously do it differently. but i'm not going it make any excuses. it was a mistake, and i take responsibility for that. >> it was more than a mistake. that will was done purposely, okay? that was not a mistake. that will was done purposely. when you have your staff taking the fifth amendment, taking the fifth, so they're not prosecuted, when you have demand set up the illegal service taking the fifth, i think it is disgraceful. >> a loft back and forth, so there has to be a winner. >> bill rosenberg political analyst and professor of political science at drexel university is with us to offer insight. good morning, bill. >> good morning. >> so what do you think? what were the biggest strengths and weaknesses for each of the candidates last
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night? >> first of all i would like to say we had amaze inning large audience last night very interested in watching the debate. and secondly, i think, when you watch the debate, it depended on who you are in terms of what you thought were good moments and bad moments. i think in the end though hillary clinton seemed much more prepared. she seemed much more at ease. on the other hand, we had donald trump who throughout most of the night when we saw that split screen had an angry look on his face. and seemed to want to continually interrupt hillary clinton when she spoke. did he get in his major points. he brought up the server. he brought up law and order. he brought up stop and frisk. he brought up terrorism. but i think in the end hillary clinton probably presented herself better. she allowed donald trump to somewhat hang himself on his own rope, at least in terms of
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her perspective about what donald trump was saying. >> now, in your opinion, did one candidate get their message across more effectively? >> again, i think it depends on the audience. the viewer. for those who really like donald trump, they're going to say that had he a good night. those who liked hillary clinton, they're going to say the same thing. one of the things i did, which was kind of interesting, as soon as the debate was over, i immediately began flipping between two stations, between cnn and between fox to see how more less leaning -- left leaning program would view the debate, and how a more right wing leaning program would view the debate. to my surprise, i didn't finds entheusiastic response on the fox network. on the cnn network it was obviously a mixed bag because some of the people were trump supporters and some of them were clinton supporters. >> well, bill, everyone
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focuses on these polls. do you think this debate will impact the polls at this point? >> well, they're very few people that are still in that undecided camp. i don't think last night there was anything that happened that really shook the foundation every clinton support or trump support. it may have had the effect, though, of blunting the momentum that donald trump has been seeing over the last week or so. but in the end, i think we are really talking about a very small number of people who are potentially likely to change. you also have to realize that there is in a sense only about 29 counties in the whole united states that are really, in terms of the electoral college vote. so really talking about going out there very, very targeted audience. >> bill, what do you think was the main goal for each candidate, for example, was it to appear more likable, trustworthy, presidential? >> well, i think donald trump was trying to make sure that he looked presidential. and that he had the
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temperament. in fact, he even went out of his way to say directly: i have the temperament to be president. he also used sort of language like honestly, believe me, trust in me, and so for the. which was sort of an appeal on an emotional level to get people to come closer to him. >> i think hillary clinton, on the other hand, used more clarifying statements, she did not responds in a sense of getting angry, did not get overly excited, and tried to maintain a much more even keel. >> well bill the next debate will be more after town hall style situation. do you think that works as an advantage for either one of the candidates? >> well, i think both of them have the ability to relate to people. i think one of the trump's issues, though, last night, was that many of the appearances he's done all along have been in front of partisan crowds, in bye he was able to feed off the energy of the audience. last night, there was none of
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that. it was him versus hillary clinton for 09 minutes. so, i think if the crowd is able to be more engaged, and he can relate, in a sense to the people that are asking the questions, i think he's probably going to do a little bit better. but one of the things i would say is this is kind of like the world series. last night was game one. and i think everyone on it continued to tune in to see what happened. >> thanks so much. bill rosenberg live with us this morning, we appreciate. >> thank you very much. now that first presidential debate is in the books, but here is how it unfolded on social media. >> according to data just released, donald trump dominated the twitter fear. 62% of tweets were about trump compared to clinton's 38%. >> on facebook there was also more lopsided with trump earning 79% of the conversation, while 21% of posts were about clinton. >> the top social moment of the debate was when trump said his strongest asset was his
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temperament. stay with "eyewitness news" for continuing coverage of campaign 2016. when we're not on tv you can always fine the latest on our website cbsphilly.com. well, coming up next: we're waking to up wet roads. we'll have another check on weather and traffic on this west taught morning. >> do you know when it is time to make the first trip to the eye doctor? doctor rob is here, the first warning signs your child may have trouble with their visit. >> i'm pat gallen. this is big red pedal in philadelphia. why are we on this big red bus? because we're taking a look at 100 things to do in philadelphia before you die. this is part of t you get to see the city in a whole new way. join me coming up. >> ♪ >> one of the best songs ever, right, jim donovan? >> okay. >> this is what i get. >> ♪
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ii'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers.age. she's a slob. she ate like a pig. a person who's flat chested is very hard to be a 10. does she have a good body? no. does she have a fat [expletive]? absolutely. do you treat women with respect? i can't say that either.
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>> the grange thing about philadelphia is there is always something to do or see. >> always something. "eyewitness news" reporter pat gallen is here, tells us about new book that searches high and low for the best places to be. >> correct. >> ready to read? >> all right, let's read. you know the art museum and the liberty bell and independence malls, staples tourism in philadelphia. but if you want to dig little deeper, then see some things you may not know about, then this is the book for you. >> when you visit philadelphia, or even if you have lived here your whole life, you know there is so much to do. and i irene levy baker areas new book, 100 things to do in philadelphia before you die, sheds light on the best places to be. once upon a time, i irene gave city tours to travel light. she made note of what they like best and put it on paper. >> then i spent the next 20 years exploring the city on my
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own, nooks, cranies working in the sit. so i had a million ideas. >> irene paired it down to 101 of the top places to be is cook, great place for date night in rittenhouse square. >> it is a 16 seat cooking class and restaurant. so, people come, they meet with philadelphia's very top chef. and they have a demonstration cooking class. they get to interact with the chef. and then they're very well fed. >> the book doesn't just focus on the well known attractions either. there are plenty of tips and tricks in the book. and those hidden gems we all search for. including fun architecture tours. >> preservation alliance gives tours, often with retired architect, and they'll take you through your own neighborhood, tell you things that you walk by every day that you never noticed. >> and on our journey around the city, we jumped aboard the big red pedal tour, takes you for a spin as you learn about it. >> fifteen person bike. during the day they do historic tours, go through the historic tour on the bike, at night they do public crawls.
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>> fun. >> are you going to do it? >> absolutely let's do it. >> it is downhill. i can coast it. >> (laughing). >> all right. but it is fun. and educational, just like 100 things to do in philadelphia, before you die. information go to 100 things to do in philadelphia. com. it is on that site, and more importantly, in this book where you can find ways to land tables at the best restaurants in philly, how you can score discounted tickets to shows, and unearth those little gems that we all look for. that pedal tour goes through my neighborhood, i see it all the time. >> it is tough, because it was really hot that day, i was the only one peddling, obviously. >> usually there is 15 people. >> i like how she road it. >> she was lounging, i was peddling. oh, it was book, little gems, we always look for them. >> sounds great. >> appreciate t well if you are planning to go down to washington dc you won't be
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seeing the washington monument. at least not from the inside. the tourist attraction is closed because of ongoing issues with the elevators. workers have having issues of their own locating the problem. major overhaul is in the works for the monument which would cost about $3 million, and take several months to finish. have you ever been to the washington monument, katy? >> i have, did climb the steps, i remember like it was yesterday. i was a sweaty little peanut. by the time that was done, ya, i must have been like eight years old when i did that, long, long time ago, many moons ago. >> bucket list. >> exactly. check that one off. but what have got out there today morning that mayor play not require the umbrella, depending where you are. we all dry out with time. but at least for now we've got some rain to dodge. we will get to that on storm scan in a second. very quickly, highlight some of the temperatures here. these are the early morning low temperatures coming in from the eyewitness weather watch they are morning, in
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blue bell, jerry reported 63 at minimum. john in glasco at delaware 65. that's kind of the story here. mt. laurel, 66 is the lowest we got. kenneth, 45 degrees, dolores at 65, generally the norm has been into the 60s, looks like mildest spot of the pack. that once again goes to andy in dover down to only 67 degrees. so very mild because still awaiting the full passage of this cold front. which does live up to its name. balancing act temperatures in the hours ahead. meanwhile it is raining this morning, this picture was sent in to us from ed connor, out in the chesterfield area. another pretty shot comes in the raindrops on the lens here, with some rain coming in overnight. that will one came in to us from phil. switch gears, talk about rain amount it, hasn't been impress i have. but it is enough to slow you down. only had about a tent or more maybe upward of .3 of an inch from system currently pushing through. we want to take you out to storm scan3, you will see why. we had pretty steady pockets of rain, but moving through.
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relatively steadily. back we go toward the harrisburg state college. starting to see the skies clear out. eventually where we ends up here as well. but there is new storm on the way. by the time we hit wednesday night, and then through thursday, friday, as well as saturday day, this system going to set up overhead. so look at the possibility here, some rain amounts, could equal multiple inches, over the course of several days granted but looks like unsettled pattern. we will catch break later today through most of tomorrow, tomorrow night, thursday, rain returns, and scattered showers are still with us, even through saturday. meisha? >> all right, katie. and a lot of rain out there, leaving with us wet roadways, yes. but also a lot, a lot of congestion out there. schuylkill westbound at city avenue looking very, very slow, definitely give yourself extra time there. also, boulevard southbound before the schuylkill, pulled all the way off to the right shoulder. you can see an accident still there. and it is slow moving around that air. then another accident that just popped up here. ninety-five north near
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academy. pulled all the way off to the right. yikes. when penndot wheels around, you can see what you are working with here, not to mention that guy pulled off to the left shoulder. this is really going to slow you down, not to mention it is very wet out there, early tuesday morning, pushing toward our rush hour. then another accident here lincoln drove at rittenhouse lane. then take a look at this alternate walnut lane bridge. >> this will slow you down. will cause some problems for those every you take that alternate. also, anyone trying to maneuver around that accident. so heads up on that. construction lincoln drove southbound between green street and wayne ave. one lane open until friday. look at these drive times, 95 woodhaven for the vine, this will take you about 35 minutes, yikes. showing red. let you know how slow it is out there. brooke, over to you. >> thanks, meisha. how about it, read the small print straight in to see the tv maybe? >> it may be time to take a closer look at your vision. >> from kids to adults, many of us might be missing the sign that our eyes need help. morning, doctor will be.
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>> morning. >> say if a child is struggling in school it could be an irish ooh? >> you're right. we always look at the senses, eyes, hearing. so if a child is not seeing correctly, then it is hard to learn. it is hard to focus. maybe to read on the blackboard, people think wow they're a slow learner. you're not even remembering what they red. chances are maybe they're not being able red correctly and things are blurry. they might lead to behavioral problems. always check the senses, eyes, ears, someone having trouble learning or acting out. >> i know oftentimes kids aren't able to identify signs of a vision problem, but there are important signs in parent should look for? >> good point. kids don't know. normal for them. but, certain signs you want to look at. first squinting. are they skin g when looking at things? or do they sit really close to the tv when they are watching? that's one of the things to be careful about. or do they tilt their head to one side or do they close one eye when trying to look. these are things that maybe they're favoring the good eye. also do they rub their eyes a lot? do they have a lot of tearing,
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or do they say mommy, daddy, they get headaches all the time. specially headaches up front. maybe it is from eye strain. so these are some subtle signs for kids to pay attention to. maybe there is a problem with their vision and need glasses. >> and irish use can also indicate other issues. >> yes, absolutely. so by the time a child is three, four months of age, it is real important we look at their ease. did you ever see someone cross eyed? >> sometimes they are or a fancy term, lazy eye, and what happens is both eyes aren't looking at object correctly. they may start to lose vision in the one eye that they're not using that much. so if we see a child after three, four months of age, where the ice when they look at you aren't aligned or they look to one side, one deviated or off to the sealed, important to see an eye doctor, these are early clues. >> let's talk about adults, i know as we get older it is common our vision changes. >> yes. you're so right. i don't know if you've ever seen people, hold thing a mile away from them to read it?
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>> no, never seen people do that. >> it is aging. as we get more age gifted our eyes do change. sometimes the shape of our eye, sometimes the way we're focused, sometimes cataract. but things like this, blurriness, you know, adults might say something is blurry, either far or trying it read close up. or driving at night, sometimes people think doctor like a halo above the light. you know, authorities see or street signs. or maybe they're getting double vision. they can't focus. you know, these are some clues that maybe they need glasses or something else is going on. >> how do you know if you need glasses? i have the cheaters, little readers, all over the place, i can never find them, that's why i buy more of them. but how do you know if you need this or prescriptions? >> best thing, get tested. if you are nearsighted, see stuff close, or far away, then you need glad cents -- glasses for. that will if you have trouble seeing far but you see close, may need glasses. sometimes people need bifocals because if there is a change to your vision, in adults we notice it, if there is a change it is best to get your eyes checked. a lot of times we take it for granted so it is real
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important to go to your family eye doctor to see how you're doing. >> great advice as always. doctor rob, we appreciate it. and we will be right back with three to go.
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well here's three to go. >> vice president joe biden is making a stop in philadelphia today. he'll be at drexel for voter registration drive for the clinton campaign. >> it is part of national voter registration day, which is today, city leaders visiting high schools. >> governor tom wolf is ordering flags to fly at half staff in memory of arnolds palmer who died sunday. >> that's a check on three to go. >> wet weather out there specially across new jersey, southern delaware. you can see clouds trying to break, like here, in westmont, pa next-door to reading, live neighborhood network. still the next hour or two at least still will be areas of rain specially new jersey, delaware, but we will clear things out with time. >> accident in downtown route 30. taillights eastbound past route 340 eastbound. one lane is block in each direction. we have another one on 95 north. >> thanks, meisha. next on cbs this morning, a fact check on presidential candidates following their first debate. >> have a great day.
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