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been a great opportunity for the republican party. >> the latino vote right now, not just the preference, but the turnout is as big as it looks like it's going to be, it's going to change national politics forever. >> and this is how much fun we're going to be on tuesday. just getting started. we are just one day away from the election and both hillary clinton and donald trump are sprinting across the country in a last campaign push, but the map may not be what you expected. >> after a firestorm of speculation last month, fbi director james comey gives the all-clear on the new trove of clinton-related e-mails. plus, a chilling case in south carolina, a man arrested after a woman found chained on his property has confessed to multiple murders.
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good morning, everyone, i'm alex witt alongside ali velshi and louis burgdorf. >> first, the associated press reports janet reno, the first woman to serve as u.s. attorney general has died. reno's god daughter said the former attorney general died from complications of parkins parkinson's disease. she authorized the seizure of 5-year-old elon gonzalez at gunpoint to be returned home to cuba with his father. in 1993 she demanded the resignation of all u.s. attorneys, seen by some as payback into investigation into a clinton ally. she was praised by democrats for helping reduce crime, combatting terrorism, and battling drugs. in 2001 as she left the justice department she told the paper she planned to drive
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cross-country. some of the journey alone, some with her friends, in her new ford ranger pickup, and of her time as the nation's top law enforcement official, she said, "one of the things you learn is that the dark hours a not the end of the world. there is light at the end of the tunnel. janet reno was 78. >> she will be missed for sure. let's go now to the elections as it all comes down to this. one more day. most of the country votes tomorrow, but already 42 million ballots are in. we'll break down how early voting has helped define the race in a moment for you, but first, the cloud looming over the last two weeks of the election, james comey's announcement of the discovery of potentially thousands of e-mails has cleared at least partially, and this is going to change comey. over the weekend the fbi director wrote to congress once more saying after reviewing the e-mails on a laptop of anthony weiner, the bureau has, quote, not changed our conclusions we expressed in july.
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for many that was cold comfort. for democrats, they believe it cashed a pal over the early voting, and for republicans, a belief it was impossible to wade through hundreds of thousands of documents in a short amount of time. >> the investigations into her crimes will go on for a long, long time. the rank and file special agents at the fbi won't let her get away with her terrible crimes, including the deletion of 33,000 e-mails after receiving a congressional subpoena. they forget about all of this. right now she's being protected by a rigged system. it's a totally rigged system. i've been saying it for a long time. you can't review 650,000 new e-mails in eight days. you can't do it, folks. hillary clinton is guilty. she knows it, the fbi knows it. the people know it.
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and now it's up to the american people to deliver justice at the ballot box on november 8th. >> well, the clinton campaign said they were confident this would be the outcome all along. and as far as they are concerned, the matter is resolved, but over the weekend, vice presidential candidate tim kaine accused some within the bureau of, quote, trying to put their thumb on the scale of the investigation. >> i don't think giuliani's walk back is credible. i think the fbi, sadly, has become like a leaky sieve. i don't think director comey is trying to influence the outcome of the election. i think he made a massive mistake in judgment in violating two protocols two fridays ago, talking about a new angle to the e-mail story, he violated a protocol we don't discuss pending investigations. he violated a protocol we don't talk about matters that may inject controversy into a race right before an election. what's come out since suggests it's likely explained he knew
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the fbi was not only a leaky sieve, but there were people within the fbi actively working, actively working to try to help the trump campaign. this is just absolutely staggering, and it is a massive blow to the integrity of that body. and so he probably felt pressured to do something, because he felt like subordinates were going to do it if he didn't. >> one more note, another e-mail revealed over the weekend by wikileaks reportedly from john podesta appeared to show his unease over the e-mail server. apparently written and asked if the person who told clinton could use the private server had been drawn and quartered. podesta replied, at least we now know why cheryl didn't want her to run. the e-mails haven't been independently verified. we're awaitings new national poll numbers at the top of the hour, the final nbc news/wall
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street journal poll shows the race tightening near the finish line. hillary clinton has a four-point lead, down by four points since october 13th. donald trump's running at 40%, versus hillary clinton's 44%, but you can see he's gained 3% since october 13th. gary johnson losing one point. jill stein is steady at 2%. the gender gap has trump with a five-point lead among men, a group mitt romney won by seven points in 2012. clinton holds a 15-point advantage with women, a group that president obama won by 11%. that's according to exit polls from the last election. trump holds a 15-point lead. look at this, with white voters, 38% for clinton, 53% for trump. take a look at african-americans, though, hillary clinton's got 86% of that vote. donald trump enjoying 7% of it. latinos are voting for clinton at a rate of 65% versus 20% for donald trump. trump's smaller margin than
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romney's among white voters could be explained by these numbers. while he's winning whites without college degrees, see that 30% for clinton, 51% are voting for hillary clinton, 41% for trump. 52% of likely voters, by the way, say they'd be comfortable and prepared to see hillary clinton as president. 46% say they won't be. trump numbers are reversed. 43% say they'd be comfortable with trump, 52% say they wouldn't be. members of donald trump's team aren't backing down over suggestions the chaotic scene in rio, nevada, was an assassination attempt on him. a scuffle broke out in the crowd. >> by the way, folks, while we're at it, great --
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>> secret service officials say someone in the crowd yelled "gun," but they were not able to determine who. service officers and the reno police department took a man into custody, but no weapon was found. trump returned to the stage minutes later. the man identified himself as austin christ, saying he is a life long republican who only tried to hold up a sign that reads "republicans against trump" at the rally. >> this is the type of thing that concerns me about donald trump. it's not just what the policies are and whether or not you think if he enacted those things he'd be okay. people who are fascists and dictators, they culminate this type of environment and get people absolutely angry. but for one guy to hold up a sign and for people all of a
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sudden, and it was for quite some time, very clear it was just a sign, people throwing punches at you and doing all this stuff and yelling "gun," it's just out of control. >> in the wake of the incident, details still very scarce, trump's son donald jr. and the campaign's director of social media retweeted a post by the special projects director of citizens for trump. the message read, "hillary ran away from rain today. trump is back on stage minutes after an assassination attempt." donald jr. has since taken down the retweet. kellyanne conway defended trump sending out that information. >> some people are spreading misinformation about the protester. he had canvassed for hillary clinton and donated to her campaign, so this is a democratic plant or operative trying to disrupt our rally, and i think people saw a nimble, resilient donald trump, who would be nimble and resilient as president, as well, take back to the stage, telling people we're
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not going to be stopped, nobody can interrupt this junior. if you're on tv, it's rattling to think what may have happened to your father, so i'll excuse him for that. >> and in the final push ahead of election day, hillary clinton and her surrogates crisscrossing the country, making stops this battleground states and in ones that not long ago were believed to be safe. since friday, clinton has campaigned in pennsylvania, michigan, ohio, florida, and new hampshire. last night she held a rally in manchester and was introduced by gold star father kizer khan, telling supporters this election is more than about a democrat and a republican. >> this election is a moment of reckoning. it is a choice between division or unity, between strong, steady leadership, or a loose cannon,
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who could put everything at risk. and so, my friends, this is one of these elections that really is a cross roads election in our country. >> earlier on sunday she returned to cleveland, ohio, for the second time in two days. she was introduced by cavaliers star lebron james, and yesterday morning clinton was in philadelphia telling the congregation of an african-american church that every minute and every hour counts. on saturday clinton was in battleground florida, where she was forced to cut her rally short because of a sudden downpour. >> you are a hearty bunch standing out here in the rain. i don't think i need to tell you all of the wrong things about donald trump, but here's what i want you to remember, i want to be the president for everybody. everybody who agrees with me, people who don't agree with me. people who vote for me, people who don't vote for me.
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so let's get out. let's vote for the future! let's vote for what we want for our country and our children and our grandchildren. god bless you! >> today, clinton will hold events in michigan, pennsylvania, and cap it off with a midnight rally in raleigh, north carolina. louis? >> ali, donald trump is being called out after falsely accusing president obama of screaming at one of his supporters while campaigning in north carolina on friday. trump's claim earned him a pants on fire rating after the president defended the trump supporter who protested at his event. here's how it all played out. >> i'm serious. listen up. you got an older gentleman who is supporting his candidate. he's not doing nothing. you don't have to worry about him. first of all, we live in a country that respects free
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speech, so, second of all, looks like maybe he might have served in our military and we've got to respect that. third of all, he was elderly and we have to respect our elders. and fourth of all, don't boo. vote! >> he was talking to the protester, screaming at him, really screaming at him. by the way, if i spoke the way obama spoke to that protester, they would say he became unhinged. you are to go back and look and study and see what happened. they never moved the camera, and he spent so much time screaming at this protester, and frankly, it was a disgrace. >> just a few hours later, trump gets up on stage in front of his crowd. this is just a few hours later, and he said, did you see how
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president obama yelled at a trump supporter in his audience? now, just made it up. didn't just make it up, but said the exact opposite of what had happened. with impunity. some of the press called him out on it, but the point is, that he thought it was okay just to lie in front of all his supporters. on television. wasn't even trying to be sneaky about it. but that says something about how unacceptable behavior has become normal. and that's why he is uniquely unqualified to hold this job. >> the president is back on the trail for clinton today, campaigning in michigan, new hampshire, and delivering remarks with clinton in philadelphia with special guest bruce springsteen and jon bon
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jovi. >> i still have to pick my jaw up on the ground after that particular story. all right, still ahead, a missing south carolina woman is found alive inside a metal storage shed, and police have arrested a suspect they are now considering a serial killer. plus, an earthquake caused quite a bitf damage in oklahoma overnight. those stories and more coming up next. to do the best for your pet, you should know more about the food you choose.
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turning now to that horrifying story developing in south carolina. police say the suspect in the kidnapping of kala brown has confessed to four other murders and authorities now believe they may have a serial killer on their hands. nbc's sarah dallof reports. >> reporter: this property revealing gruesome secrets, authorities finding another body, they say, after todd kohlhepp, a suspect they are now considering a serial killer,
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pointed them to two shallow graves on his land. >> we are in the process of trying to get that person removed from here and do a positive identification. >> reporter: investigators say kohlhepp has also confessed to a brutal unsolved quadruple murder in 2003. four motorcycle shop employees gunned down. 13 days to the day of the killings, the victims families watched as kohlhepp stood before a judge. >> he knows evidence nobody would know accept the murderer in this case. >> gives me closure in knowing what happened that day. it doesn't bring the peace that you would think one would feel. >> reporter: scott's mother beverly was also murdered. kohlhepp's alleged role was discovered, investigators say, after they found kala brown locked and chained inside a storage container on his property last week. brown and her boyfriend charlie
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carver had been missing since august. authorities announced they identified remains in another shallow grave as carver. >> cause of death is multiple gunshot wounds. >> reporter: officials say kohlhepp continues to cooperate, but offer few clues in the mind of a man accused of horrific crimes. >> todd kohlhepp has been denied bond. ali? still ahead, we've got all the highlights from sunday night football. plus, who will win the white house? turns out there are a few sporting events people are using to predict the presidential election. we'll have those details next in sports. constipated?
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first down and then dives to the end zone for a lions touchdown. >> hesitates for michael thomas. and he caught it! and he fell for a touchdown, saints! >> in the pistol today. mariota, the drive. looking to fumble right here and it's picked up on the bounce and there he goes all the way to the house! >> with an opening! past crosby and totman races down the sideline and takes it the distance. >> welcome back. those were some of the biggest plays from around the nfl yesterday. now for the raiders hosting the broncos on sunday night football, to oakland where the raiders overpowered the defending super bowl champs in a division match june on the primetime stage, the denver defense unable to contain oakland on the ground as murray carried the raiders with three scores and 114 rushing yards.
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a solid game for quarterback derek carr with no turnovers there, as oakland kbrufs to 7-2 atop the afc west after the 30-20 win. and finally, already a list of sporting events that are being used as predictors for the presidential election. the so-called redskins rule says the incumbent party will win the election if washington wins their last home game before election game. the last game was a win over the eagles. npr host pointing out trends for world series that go seven games with democrats winning the white house when a national league team is victorious, while al.com highlighted another indicator dating back to 1984 suggesting alabama's 10-0 win over lsu on saturday means a democrat in the white house. apparently, all three cases are positive indicators hillary clinton will be the next president. alex? >> let's all go home.
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it's over. wow, some play by play in the top, those nfl plays were so good. who was the guy flipping over into the end zone, was he a detroit lion? >> that i'm not sure of. >> i think i stumped you, louis burgdorf, all right, on sports even. still ahead, everybody, with election day coming up tomorrow, we're getting a new look at polls showing a tight race for the white house. plus, fbi director james comey sent a follow-up letter to congress over clinton e-mails and it's already affected the stock market. those details coming up.
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welcome back, everyone. i'm alex witt alongside ali velshi and louis burgdorf. we're going to start with the morning's headlines. ali? >> janet reno, the first woman to serve as u.s. attorney general died early this morning due to complications from parkinson's disease. she was involved in some of the administration's most headline grabbing moments, including the deadly siege of waco and the controversy over elon gonzalez. she also made an unsuccessful bid for florida governor in 2002. janet reno was 78 years old. a 5.0-magnitude earthquake rattle ed oklahoma last night. there's quite a bit of damage and the tremors were felt as far away as iowa, illinois, and texas. that area has been prone to earthquakes related to fracking. the number of magnitude 3.0 or greater earthquakes has skyrocketed in oklahoma from a
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few dozen in 2012 to more than 900 last year. fbi director james comey says the bureau has examined the newly revealed e-mails found on anthony weiner's laptop and stands by its original conclusion that hillary clinton should not be charged. the clinton campaign says it's glad the matter is resolved, but donald trump says it's impossible for the fbi to have reviewed the 650,000 e-mails in such a short time, and that clinton is guilty and the fbi knows it. alex? >> and a slew of new polls in the states showing the race coming down to the wire. in ohio a survey has donald trump one point ahead of hillary clinton in a virtual tie, 46 to 45% while a columbus dispatch poll finds a one-point race in trump's favor, suggesting turnout operations could decide the battleground. in pennsylvania, clinton and trump are within the margin of error of each other, clinton at
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44%, trump at 40%, gary johnson at 7%. florida, where all tied up there, 45% to 45% for those 29 electoral votes. and in new mexico, trump is five points behind clinton. gary johnson coming in with 11%. the washington post writes that trump has a new reason for optimism as a growing number of states appear potentially within his grasp. yesterday he took his campaign to minneapolis for a visit that came as a surprise to many, but is part of a strategy that rnc chairman reince priebus explained. >> we're seeing a dead heat. in fact, we're seeing that all over the country, seeing it in pennsylvania, seeing it in colorado. there's a lot of surprises here in the end. i was surprised myself. last night we pulled ahead of the democrats in vote count in colorado, the actual vote count itself by 1,700 ballots. it's not a lot, but it's also, i think, a bit of a surprise. everyone involved, that donald trump is closing and has the
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momentum going into tuesday. >> the new york times goes inside donald trump's last stand of the 2016 campaign. the new report describes the campaign as clashing staffers, dizzying mood swings, and a vulnerable candidate in constant need of reassurance. according to the article there's a deep sense of vulnerability in the campaign, despite a public display of stability. the reporting, which stems from dozens of interviews with those close to the campaign says trump insists the staff stays up at night so the republican nominee is not alone with his thoughts. also suggests ivanka trump was hesitant of a political ad because of the potential damage to her businesses. hope hicks pointedly refuted that claim, along with any suggestion that advisers were clashing. just yesterday president obama reacted to another piece of reporting from the article that the campaign has taken away donald trump's access to twitter. >> i just read it, so i can't
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confirm it's true, but apparently his campaign has taken away his twitter. in the last two days, they had so little confidence in his self control, they said we're just going to take away your twitter. now, if somebody can't handle a twitter account, they can't handle the nuclear codes. if somebody starts tweeting at 3:00 in the morning because "snl" made fun of you, then you can't handle the nuclear codes. >> on "morning joe" we'll talk to one of the co-authors of "the new york times" piece, jeremy peters. and throughout the weekend, trump once more cast doubt on the fidelity of the american election system, branding parts of it as rigged. >> it's up to the american people to deliver justice at the ballot box and on november 8th,
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but you have to get out, and you have to vote. your governor has illegally given voting rights to 60,000 felons. he's letting criminals cancel out the votes of law-abiding citizens. if you haven't mailed in your ballot, don't do that. bring it. bring it. take it to the drop box in your county. don't put it in the mail. i know everybody says how honest everything is with our political system, but we all know better. otherwise they'll say gee wiz it got there 14 minutes late and they won't count it. >> after keeping his distance throughout the majority of the campaign, house speaker paul ryan is finally warming to republican nominee donald trump. in an op-ed he penned this past weekend entitled "the choice facing america," ryan wrote this election is a fundamental choice
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and only republicans are offering a better way, then pressed voters to vote republican, donald trump, our senate candidates, and our house candidates, so we can start turning things around. ryan also told reporters over the weekend he'd appear with trump at a rally tentatively scheduled yesterday in wisconsin. seconds later, however, a spokesman for trump's campaign alerted reporters the event had been cancelled citing a scheduling conflict. ali? a blue state battle is shaping up as the clinton's campaign fire power focuses on michigan in the final hours of the race. hillary clinton up 46%, up five points from donald trump's 41%. gary johnson and jill stein together with 11% there. detroit free press poll put clinton only four points above donald trump with likely voters, 42% to 38%. a whopping 13% are undecided. president obama will be introduced by chelsea clinton at a rally aimed at young voters in ann arbor today.
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bill clinton campaigned in flint and lansing, michigan, yesterday while donald trump and hillary clinton are scheduled to hit grand rapids today, the final day before voting. clinton rallied in detroit on friday, while trump held an event in the detroit suburbs last night, calling on democrats to support him. >> to democratic voters here and across our country, the economic policies of bill and hillary clinton have bled michigan dry. almost more than any other place. when i say you know i'm hearing good things about michigan, i've been here numerous times, and then a poll came out today, and it showed we were even in michigan. that's not so great being even, right? how's it possible? i got to win michigan. i'm the one person in all fairness, you know they are worried because hillary is going to come out tomorrow and she's
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going to come out again. i told her, you know what, i told her via television, stop, you're wasting your time. the people are too smart. too smart. >> a new poll in iowa this weekend shows donald trump pulling away from hillary clinton in the hawkeye state, which president obama won handedly in 2012 and 2008. take a look at this, the des moines register poll shows donald trump at 46%, hillary clinton at 39%. she has remained steady. this is very different from the six points that president obama won the state by in 2012. this poll arrived not long after a loras college poll found clinton ahead by one point, 44% to trump's 43%, but the clinton campaign has not dispatched a surrogate like president obama there in recent days. louis? >> ali, libertarian nominee gary johnson had an unusual way of
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characterizing his competition donald trump and hillary clinton. >> all this stuff about her saying one thing to wall street and another thing to main street, hey, when it comes to either one of them. >> of course, this isn't the first time johnson has given, shall we say, a kind answer on the campaign trail this year. >> do you think if you were able to get on the debate stage that you could pull even with trump and clinton in these polls? >> i do. and it wouldn't be -- it wouldn't have anything to do with my debate performance either. it would just be that people would recognize that there's another choice and that there would be an examination of me and bill weld, as who we are and what we've done. based on that, i think i could stand up there for the whole debate and not say anything. >> khizr khan, the gold star father, went back on the trail introducing hillary clinton last night at her rally in
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manchester, new hampshire, and mr. khan had a few more choice words for clinton's republican rival. >> so today i have a few questions for donald trump. donald trump, would my son, captain khan, have a place in your america? would muslims have a place in your america? would latinos have a place in your america? would african-americans have a place in your america, donald trump? would anyone who isn't like you have a place in your america, donald trump? well, thankfully, mr. trump, this isn't your america. >> and former president bill clinton used some of melania trump's own words to help him make the case against her husband, speaking in colorado on friday president clinton offered some tongue in cheek sympathy for mrs. trump, one day after she campaigned for donald trump, telling the crowd that cyber
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bullying would be her cause as first lady. >> i never felt so bad for anybody in my life as i did for his wife going out giving a speech saying, oh, cyber bullying was a terrible thing. i thought, yeah, especially if it's done at 3:00 in the morning against a former miss universe by a guy running for president. i mean, none of this is real. you couldn't make it up. >> melania trump's speech thursday was her first high profile address on the campaign trail since her appearance at the republican national convention in july. >> thanks, louis. let's turn to business now, stock futures reacted almost immediately yesterday on the news that the fbi had cleared hillary clinton in the latest investigation to her e-mail. cnbc's nancy hungerford joins us from london. the numbers have been high this
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morning, we're looking at a better than 1% increase on u.s. markets. tell me how markets have reacted to this news generally. >> that's right, and it's not just a rally we're expecting on wall street this morning. we're also seeing sharp gains for stocks right here in europe and earlier in the asian session, as well. the latest check of u.s. futures, they are pointing to an open for the dow jones industrial average for more than 200 points. as you mentioned, more than a 1% gain for the s&p 500 and this comes after that index saw its longest losing streak since 1980, so some relief there will definitely be welcome news and altogether iestors were encouraged by that announcement coming from the fbi, because up until the fbi surprise, markets were overwhelmingly pricing in a clinton victory, so any surprises tend to unsettle investors. that's part of the reason we're seeing some relief this morning. you do want to keep an eye, though, up until the latest count, because investors aren't just watching who wins the white house, they are watching for the
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balance within congress and keeping an eye on the margin. one analyst telling cnbc they do not want this to be a close race because they don't want any doubts lingering after the outcome. elsewhere, we've been watching developments in hong kong because china's parliament ruled hong kong lawmakers must adhere to an allegiance acknowledging china's role and this effectively bars two hong kong pro democracy lawmakers from taking office. so a lot of people protesting anticipations of that move, so continue to watch for any reactions coming out of hong kong and china's mainland. back to you for now. >> thank you, nancy. alex? still ahead for all of us this morning -- >> when i see them here, this passion and energy and intensity, i don't even know where to begin, because this is what america is, my friends.
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i'm gonna step out with my favorite girl. ask your heart doctor about entresto®. and help make the gift of tomorrow possible. welcome back. hillary clinton hit the campaign trail hard this weekend with celebrities joining her in droves. katy perry performed with her on stage at a rally in philadelphia, and clinton has a new ad out set to perry and anthem "roar." lebron james spoke at a rally in cleveland, ohio, and just last night singer/song writer james taylor was clinton's opening act in new hampshire. jay-z and beyonce in cleveland friday night, where both superstars performed, but not everyone was star struck by clinton's campaign weekend. >> there was a time when a woman's opinion did not matter. if you were black, white,
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mexican, asian, muslim, educated, poor, or rich, if you were a woman, it did not matter. less than 100 years ago women did not have the right to vote. look how far we've come from having no voice, to being on the brink of making history. again. by electing the first woman president. >> our soul is colorless, and i want to grow up in a world where my daughter has no limitation, where our daughter has no limitations. she can feel she can be whatever she wants to be in the world. this other guy, i don't have any ill will towards him, but his conversation is divisive and that's not an evolved soul to me, so he cannot be my president. he cannot be our president. once you divide us, you weaken
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us. we're stronger together. >> and jay-z and beyonce used the most filthy language you've ever heard. they used words that nobody would use, and she comes out, oh, thank you so much, thank you. hugging, kissing. but to the public she says, oh, donald trump is lewd, lewd. give me a break. the language that i heard last night and that i saw was terrible. >> today clinton appears with the boss, bruce springsteen and jon bon jovi in philadelphia. >> louis, thank you. i guess on donald trump's play list there suspect a lot of jay-z. he's used some of those words before. looks like fun, though, being in some of these clinton rallies, whether or not you support her or not, a lot of free music. >> very entertaining, all the way around. >> what do we got? >> still looking pretty good for
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election day. rain, a lot of the swing state weather especially looks great. a lot of rain in texas and louisiana, this can linger to tomorrow, too. for today, not a lot of issues out there. again, will be stops all over the map, it looks pretty nice out there. let's get into your election day forecast. again, as far as the swing states go, temperatures are warm across the board. there's really not many areas that are going to be chilly at all. we have added some showers and damp weather into ohio. one of the biggest swing states out there. it's not going to be that bad, 65 degrees and showers in november is not going to stop anyone from getting to the polls. virginia, north carolina look great, florida looks fantastic, 80 degrees there. no issues whatsoever. in all of our western states, this is beautiful weather. maybe too nice. maybe, alex, people won't be voting as much because it's so beautiful, but i think the turnout is going to be very, very high with a forecast like this. >> there are no excuses is all i'm going to say. thank you very much, bill.
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>> everybody okay? everybody okay? >> dramatic and terrifying images from the battle to retake the iraqi city of mosul from isis. iraqi and peshmerga forces continue to advance on the city, while forces in the eastern part of the city clear neighborhoods. in syria, the massive military operation to eliminate isis from the so-called capital of raqqah is in its infancy. the mission was announced yesterday. and similar to the ongoing battle to liberate mosul, the u.s. is providing support with air strikes. nbc's foreign correspondent matt bradley is joining us live from erbil, iraq. defense secretary ash carter says this operation will not be easy, but it is vital. >> reporter: thanks, alex, that's right. this operation, which is known as wrath of the yu fray tees, has been in the works for several weeks, even months, and as you pensioned ash carter mentioned it late last month just as this battle for mosul
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was just getting going, but while they want to have these two battles in parallel, the thinking is, of course, as they come to bear on mosul, the largest city in islamic state self declared caliphate that they should strike where the iron is hot in neighboring syria and try to take raqqah, the actual capital of this caliphate. it's going to be difficult, take weeks, maybe even months for the fighting in syria for raqqah to reach the same point that it has here in mosul. and that's because the same challenges that face this coalition here in iraq are going to be ten times worse in syria. all these different ethnic and minority religious groups, who have their own fighting force that are coming to bear on raqqah are going to have to cooperate. it's been very difficult to do that here in mosul, and it's going to take serious diplomatic magic to get that going in neighboring syria. alex? >> at times i feel it's going from bad to worse, but thank you for the update, matt bradley, appreciate that. when we come back, a look at the stories happening in the day ahead.
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an ambush style attack last week will be held today. sergeant anthony beminio, along with urbandale police officer justin martin were gunned down last week. scott michael greene was charged with two counts of murder. the southeastern pennsylvania transportation authority, known as septa, and the union representing the agency's employee struck a tentative labor deal overnight. the trolleys, subways, and buses have been at a stand still for nearly a week. the deal must still be signed off. it's the final full day for the candidates out on the campaign trail, hillary clinton holds a midnight rally in north carolina, along with two events in pennsylvania, including a massive rally with the president, first lady, and bill and chelsea clinton. president obama will make stops in michigan and new hampshire. donald trump also has a busy day ahead, crisscrossing the country with florida, pennsylvania, new hampshire, and michigan. >> that does it for us on this monday. see you right back here on
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election day. i'm alex witt with ali velshi and louis burgdorf. "morning joe" starts right now. >> this election is a moment of reckoning. it is a choice between division or unity. between division or unity. between strong, steady leadership or a loose cannon who could put everything at risk. and so, my friends, this is one of these elections that really is a crossroads election in our country. >> i'm going in a little while to pittsburgh tonight. then i'm going to virginia tonight. we have to do it. we have to make sure we get over the finish line. we're winners. we have to win. we know how to win. we have to win. >> here we are. good morning. welcome to "morning joe." it is monday, november 7th. we are here. this week is the week. with u

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