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since the dnc. we have team coverage of the president's visit and donald trump here tonight in delaware county. we have lauren mayk with the president's message. >> reporter: when the president took the stage here today, one of the first things he did was take down a list of accomplishments during his administration, then he dove right in to this campaign, telling voters here that hillary clinton would vote for them. president barack obama back on the campaign trail, for the woman what could carry on his legacy. >> if you even know, i ran my last campaign, i am going to work as hard as i can this fall to elect hillary clinton as our next president of the united states of america. >> reporter: president obama didn't reference clinton's health, but did about her stamina as secretary of state.
>> she worked hard, tirelessly, flying afternoon the world again and again. >> reporter: and her determination. >> in the middle of a crisis, she will listen to people and she will keep her cool and she treats everybody with respect, and now matter how daunting the odds, no matter how many times people knock her down and mess with her, she doesn't quit. >> reporter: eight weeks before the election, president obama said that voters have a fundamental choice this year, and he went after his opponent. >> donald trump's got support from, like, working folks? really? like this is the guy you want to be championing working people? >> reporter: the president spoke in front of the art museum, as voters packed the stands and the grass. >> it was inspiring, i feel more committed to hillary clinton, i feel that hillary is the right candidate and i think president obama did an excellent job of
conveying that message today. >> reporter: the president telling this crowd, he's ready to pass the baton to hillary clinton. >> the time has come for me to pass the baton on but i know that is going to take it and she will run that race and she will finish that race, that's why i'm with her, that's why i'm fired up, and i'm ready to go, and i need you to join me. >> reporter: the main target for president obama's criticism today was of course donald trump. but he did also take a swipe at pennsylvania republican senator pat toomey who is in a very tight race with democrat peggy mcginnity. and something especially that could be at stake, control of the u.s. senate. let's talk more about the republicans now, donald trump is about an hour away from making his second stop in our region in the past week. tonight's event will highlight the republican's plan to help
families, guaranteeing new moms six weeks of paid maternity leave, a savings account for children and elderly parents, this will allow parents to deduct child care spending from their taxes and ivanka donald trump will be introducing her father tonight. >> reporter: child care is one of policies who may sway parents who are undecided voters. we can give you a look at the crowd the number of people who have gotten here since we arrived, right around 3:30 this afternoon. before we came in, we spoke to a number of donald trump supporter s, mothers and grant mothers who
came here to hear about trump talk about child care. a number of guests were excited to hear republican presidential nominee donald trump speak. >> i'm more than honored to be here tonight. >> reporter: near the front of the line, we met josephine, who had a t-shirt. when we asked lartd, a great grand mother about donald trump's child care plan, it was a hot topic for her and her friends. >> how important is child care? >> very important, a very necessary thing today. >> trump will unveil some of his plan to a crowd of 300. a policy that sets aside tax free money for child care. >> the girls that have these young babies, they need time with babiy ies at home. >> my son and daughter-in-law
pay al a lot for daycare. >> it's going to child care with the schools and things, he might have got my vote. >> it will affect my decision on my vote. i might be open to a third party candidate. >> reporter: keep in mind trump's plan targets working and middle class families who make less than $250,000 a year, we have found out how the campaign will pay for the plan. that will come in another speech, another time possibly this week. we will have more on trump's speech coming up tonight at 1 success. you can also follow us on social immediate jachlt. >> and speaking of social media, donald trump's speech is supposed to begin at 7:30, you can watch it on nbc 10.com and also our nbc 10 app. a number of democrats also ruining for lieutenant governor,
john carney does not have a democratic opponent in his run for governor, there are two republicans fighting it out tonight. the polls close there at 8:00 and you can catch the results coming up on nbc 10 news at 10:00. you can also catch a nice breeze out there tonight. barely any humidity out there, but the heat is going to make a come back tomorrow. glenn "hurricane" schwartz is tracking the weather. >> that flag is an indication of the warmer air blowing in, and by tomorrow, we're going to be getting into the 90s. 95 was the high today, but temperatures will level off and then plunge on friday. we have clouds back across the great lakes, with a cold front, but not much rain associated with it right now, so your answers of getting some from that one, not all that high.
for tonight, the temperature really doesn't drop anywhere near as much as it did last night, last night and into early this, we were down in the 50s in the p.a. suburbs. but the jersey shore, a low of 70 degrees, maybe even some fog in the morning, we'll let you know when you'll see the next rain. other news now, roman catholic priest in lehigh a valley, monsignor john steven moras was the priest at st. ann says he admits he looked at the porn for his own sexual gratification. you also spoke directly with the monsignor? >> i did. he didn't want to a lot about his criminal case, but he did
say during most of the summer, he was recovering from an illness. people here in the community, those affiliated with the school, the church and just people who live nearby were quite upset when they heard about these charges. >> the very sickening, like you don't know who you can trust. you think you can come here and listen, but who are you listening to? a liar. >> reporter: those who know the monsignor after they hear he's been charged with swam abuse of children and used his computer to look at sexual images of children. >> according to court documents he guy computers to a frchbd, on july 25. that friend and fellow parishioner performed a -- they say he discovered files that appeared to be child pornography
and that person contacted the allentown die owe skis and it was the diocese who called police. >> the court paper work says all this happened july 25. >> reporter: he says he spent much of the time recovering from a severe case of food poisoning and referred us to an attorney for comment. parents picking their kids up are are shocked at the charges. >> you thought he was a pretty good guy, but you don't know. i always say s because my uncle was a priest. you don't know. you just don't know. >> reporter: we did reach out to mora s's attorney, he did not return our call for comment. as for his position, he's staying at an out of town diocese he's to have no contact with children and no use of the internet. a delaware police officer now finds himself on the other
side of the law, newcastle county police arrested officer robert oseka on charges of child pornography. a task force tracked it him, a found 25 images of child porn. also in south jersey, a deadly crash after a police chase is under investigation tonight. 22-year-old deja ferrier died after the suspect crashed his car into her car. he took off through hamilton township, investigators say state police followed but called off the chase about a mile before the crash. >> a high-speed chase and you killed my baby? we just want justice, we just want justice, we want them to pay for what they did. >> police say that he was high on drugs when he was arrested, he faces numerous charges
including death by auto. crews are working to repair an auto main break that caused a 20-foot section of road to cave him. the roads are closed between 59th street and 61st street and one block north and south. the route 10 trolly is taking people from 33rd and market to 63rd and melbourne. four out of five properties have water damage in their basement. i'm jacqueline london, live in l.a., in less than two hours, eagles star john dorenbos performs his final magic act. i just spoke to him on the red carpet. also cell phone ban on campus, a local university pulls the plug on a
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state campuses. this is all because of concerns that lithium ion batteries could explode or catch fire. >> as a university, we always put the safety of our students first and foremost. we are a small city. >> i was surprised, yeah, i didn't even expect it and then i was like, that makes a lot of sense. >> new jersey transit strongly urged its customers not to charge or use a galaxy 7 on any of its trains or in any of its stations. tonight jon dorenbos will compete on america's got talent. he didn't really appear nervous, did he sp. >> reporter: not at all. john as left the red carpet here at the dolby theater in los angeles, he's back stage getting
ready do wow you at home and to wow those in the theater, jon dorenbos is so passionate about philly, i had to ask him a question about the city of brotherly love. >> my favorite philly cheesesteak is the jim's and ginos. i think i like jim's. and tony's. >> you're just saying them all, not making nie ining anyone mad. >> if it's called a philly cheesesteak, i eat it and ruffin love it. >>. >> reporter: winning the super bowl versus winning america's got talent. >> i dedicated my heart and soul to this city, so yes i would
love to win america's got talent. but i want a parade in philadelphia and i want 6 million people to show up and i want to hold up the lombardi trophy and i want to win america's got talent. >> i'm going to go inside the theater right now and be seated for the show. jon has watched all of the rehearsals, and he says all of the acts are unbelievable. do yourself a fair at home and watch finale tonight here on nbc 10 of america's got talent. i'll be back here at 11:00 to tell you what it was like to be up close to that of that action. reporting from the red carpet in los angeles at the dolby theater, jacksqueline london, n 10 news. >> we hope he does really big
tonight. at you can vote for dorenbos on our website, until tomorrow morning at 7:00 a.m., you can vote up to ten times, the live results finale is tomorrow night at 8:00. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> another gorgeous day out there, a little bit warmer, but still the humidity on the low side and a lot of blue in the sky, not quite as blue as yesterday. but we have got sunshine all across the area, and temperatures a little bit above average, but nothing compared to last week. we have got some 70s in many places, but it's 80 in tallyville, and clay mont, 79 in holly hills, 78 degrees in middleton, and as we go back to the south, georgetown is only 77 and we have got temperatures in the 70s again, the delaware beaches with that wind coming off the water.
nothing in the way of significant cloud cover close by, we see some across the western lakes, though, a not very impressive system. but that's our chance of getting any kind of rain before the weekend. it's been a very dry start to this month, the only day with any measurable rain in philadelphia was the first and the only day in the next ten that we have a really good shot of anything is on sunday. sorry about that, but we need some rain. and that's about it. now as we go through the next couple of days, there's a cold front coming, from the great lakes, normally they would bring some showers and it is possible that later wednesday night, pittsburgh thing thursday morning get a brief shower, but that's not to help anybody's lawn. then the front goes down, high pressure builds in with the northerly winds and then we get dry air again and the heat is brief.
so we're 92 tomorrow, but look how the temperature drops, thursday and friday, and we don't move up that much saturday, philadelphia, dover, we're down 89, down into the 70s, allentown, 90, down into the 70s, wildwood 88, back into the 70s, so we're not seeing any kind of big warmup, again, once we get this cooler air in, so friday is really, really nice and comfortable. saturday's not bad either, pretty comfortable. and then sunday, that's when we have the showers and thunderstorms, it's not a total washout, but it does look like there's an excellent chance of at least some showers and thunderstorms in the area. that is the only day i have here in the ten days. now the forecast for monday, there could be a little bit of leftover rain at the shore, but for most of us, it's a dry pan.
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>> carson wentz is one of the biggest stories in the nfl this week, he now has the top selling jersey from his debut. his teammates were not surprised. compares carson and sam bradford. >> i'm going to put this out there, sam is my guy, i like sam, he's a real good person, i just think with us, carson just is more vocal leader and i get it, sam just wants to play and go out there and sew r show what he can do. but carson, everybody has this respect for him because he opens his mouth and he's not scared just because he's a rookie. >> big game at penn state this weekend. temperature owls are going to try to two straight against the
nittany. penn state is an eight point favorite on saturday. >> thwe have a confident team, they know how to play football, and our kids understand is all we can control is how good we play not how good our opponents are. tonight, phillies fan, you're to see the first major league starts to one of their prized prospects, another prospect, roman quinn is back the lineup as well. a 15-year-old kid, rugby player, running over these other kids, he plays in an australian rugby team for kids. look at the other kids, they're wearing this protective head gear. we'll be right back.
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