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. this is going to be tough. cubs win the race. first world series title in more than a century. >> the candidates mad dash, five days to go. hillary clinton looking to put arizona in the blue column, while donald trump works to shore florida. >> now for the first time, we have a real chance to turn this state blue again. >> we're going to be nice and cool, nice and cool.
>> plus the latest on that deadly police ambush in des moines and few details on the suspect. it was a night of political statements at the year's cma award. "early today" starts right now. >> good morning, i'm ayman mohyeldin. >> i'm frances rivera. it was the best night ever, the chicago world cubs are world champions. fittingly the game went into extra innings. in the end, the cubs were able to end the curse. >> it's wet out here, the longest games ever. it's one of the best games anybody will see. the trumps everything. i'm so happy. i can't put into word how this feels. >> chicago it happened. we did it. we're world champions. we're world champions.
don't know, i don't have word to tell you how i feel about this i think it's all surreal, and, man, it's a great feeling. >> nbc's jay gray joins us outside chicago's wrigley field, jay, i can hear the people behind you, i can imagine they are still up ripping it up this morning. >> good morning, frances, ayman. innings. the party is really going into extra innings. take a look at what's going on now, heavy police presence in wrigley feel. they brought out three sleepers to play and clean the mess but maybe move the crowd along a little as well. still, there are people trickling in here and there, there were tens of thousands in this area overnight and now what
trying to push things out. they're moving them out on to the side streets here. like i said, a lot of people are making their way in, despite the street presence, despite the street sweeper, despite blocking the roadway itself off here. it is a celebration befitting that hasn't seen this championship in more than a century. it's going to continue going, i think a lot of people won't make it into work a little morning, chicago. >> it will only be like that the next couple of days, with the parade and all the festivities going on. turning now to the presidential race, even the world series can't break through all the noise, baseball fans were inundated with ads from hillary clinton and trump. we are now five days away from election day. what has been a tight presidential race, strump
or die state of florida, looking for states in arizona. >> close to of you out there on the phones for me, canvassing for me, talking to your friends and your co-workers, you know what an important choice this is and you have six days to convince everybody you can talk to to get out and vote. >> but i'm a messenger. i'm a messenger, when we win on november washington, d.c. and we are going to drain the swamp! >> now, those comments came as the trump team announced a massive $100,000 fundraising haul for the month of november. for trump, his inner conflict was on full display. he audibly told himself to remain on message while going
>> we are going to win the white house. a winner. it's feeling like it, already, isn't it? we got to be nice and cool, nice and cool. stay on point, donald, stay on point. no side track style. nice and easy, nice. we have two more today in florida and we have massive crowds. there's something happening. they're not reporting it, you are fought reporting it, katy, there is something happening, katy. there is something happening, katy. >> and hashtag i'm with tur took off with support from all corners of the web. new polls in florida are giving clinton a razor thin lead there. she is beating him by one point from a four-point lead weeks
to 3 point. in north carolina, president obama worked the votes there. >> if you don't vote, then you have didn't the worse of those who would suppress your vote without having to lift a finger. come on, i am not on the ballot, but i tell you what, fairs? on the bal lot. ce justice is on the ballot. our democracy is on the ballot right now. >> and for the first time, the president spoke out on the latest e-mail controversy, taking a swipe at the fbi director's timing. >> i do think that there is a novp r norm that whether
mental problems. investigators are trying to determine what exactly set him off. nbc's james mccoy has more. >> reporter: with guns drawn, officers canvassed the iowa neighborhood where two of their own had just been ambushed, fearing they could become the next target. >> officers shot, paramedics. >> reporter: it was 1:2w450i67b answered a call of officers officer, this was his first year on the job, 20 minutes later, two miles away, des moines sergeant tony beminio died in his car. a father and husband. >> they didn't have a chance to defend themselves. >> police moved quickly.
after being asked to leave a high school football game for holding a confederate flag. >> you grabbed me. >> reporter: green lives here with his mother, who neighbors say was trying to evict him. >> you never would have guessed it would have come to this, that he was that unsettled. >> reporter: this year, nationwide, 115 officers have been killed in the lean of duties. a five-year high. 16 ambush-style those that knew these officers, artie ache. >> they were men doing their job. it was senseless. still ahead as iraqi forces retake mosul the leader of isis breaks his silence. >> first, meteorologist bill karins, you were right about the weather for the world series. >> they did get it in, though. >> that same rate briefly delayed the game. all areas, especially of northern and central new england have to deal with the race.
the lunch hour, heavy rain, in northern new england, by the time we get to everyone is headed home from school or work today the heavy rain will be moving out of this region. it looks like a brief shower, not a where they normally should be. highs, possible, mississippi, alabama and georgia. the heat in the southeast doesn't want to break, you guys. >> could i say i was right yesterday? i had the chicago cubs. >> you were right by so much. >> at least you got the weather right, bill, that's a good start. >> oh, all that in the early day ahead. still ahead, tension boil over,
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>> welcome back. everyone. al baghdadi merges with forces to enter mosul. he called on supporters to spread attacks to other countries, stressing isis will win the battle for mosul. they have not ordered the authenticity of that state. matt. good to have you with us. what is the timing of this statement mean? >> reporter: well, ayman, good morning, it's clearly meant to rally the troops in the face of overwhelming opposition in the city of mosul, which is about an hour west of where i'm standing right now. here in irbil. of course, they're saying,
has to make, he is saying put up a stalwart of overwhelming force, fight to the death. don't retreat. he is saying he pulled the line. he is salting this statement with all kind of foreign rhetoric, the kind we got used to hearing from isis. this kind of bombastic statement aimed at claiming kinship between these current models and mohammed led in early islam. he is saying things like turn the make the rivers flow with their blood. decimate their territory t. kind of rhetoric we got used to hearing from isis. he is asking the elements fall away from here in iraq and syria. reenergize their areas. we have to look further away to see whether this message reaches its intended audience. >> thanks, matt. >> more protester clashes with police over the controversial
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month as opposed to the three we had last time around, uber, they're completely revamping their app. we will be locking at arrival time predictions and up front pricing as well. no big surprises off get to your destination. you get an e-mail saying you will get a million dollars. >> that won't happen longer t. pool, apparently 40% of san francisco already do. get out and vote. we hear that up to election day. you are busy. you into ed to play basketball, things like. that now hundreds of companies, whole movements, they're now taking steps to make people get out there and vote giving them paid time off or the entire time off, especially the tech companies are doing that. gm and spotify, it seems like more and more companies are following in this track. >> lisa, thank you so much. just ahead, why you would be seeing a little extra facial
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and then beyonce, she made her first cma appearance with some help with the dixie chicks. she performed from her limitedal pull. chris stapleton and carrie underwood, miami and female artist of the year, garth books, big entertainer of the year. when it comes to the cma, it's all carrie underwood. >> she is doing well. november is he event known as no shame november. aimed to not shave for the full month. they can raise money for charity and mental health issues, finally people participated. the organization, itself, raised $710, a really good cause, i'm participating. a lot of our colleagues as well on the "today" show. make sure you follow that.