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>> would we be able to talk? would we be able to say -- >> no. >> here's quhabl -- >> no. >> why not? >> this whole class is trump. >> reporter: here you can sense it with these kids. they mirror that feeling in this campaign. we are almost living in two different countries. how are we going to run the country together? >> split the country into two different countries. >> they tried that. that didn't work in the civil war. butal what is it about hillary country that you don't like? >> just get rid of our guns. >> it's the guns. >> yes. >> how many of you have a gun? my goodness. these are your own personal firearms? it's not mom's or dad's? >> it's mine. >> reporter: this is western pennsylvania. most people hunt here. in fact, the students get days off at the height of the hunting season. >> you think hillary would want to take away your guns? >> uh-huh. >> your gun, your gun, your gun?
demand your gun? >> yes. >> that's not going to happen. >> reporter: they seem to believe what trump is claiming. >> she wants to take away americans' guns. >> reporter: and not trusting what clinton has actually been saying. >> i'm not here to take away your guns. and we need to keep guns out of the hands of those who will do harm. >> there's a lot of bad people. but i don't think that means that we should punish everyone. >> reporter: meanwhile, voting is under way for the oer >> two main goals today. number one, our 18-year-olds that are getting ready to vote, i want them to be prepared, i want them to be ready in two weeks. second goal is for those that are going to vote in four years, i want you to be able to say in four years, i got that. these are the actual voting machines. if you have a trump or clinton shirt on, stand up. it's not that hard, stand up. you are not allowed to wear those in a polling place. i need you to go to the bathroom and turn them inside out.
>> go ahead and vote. >> it's a rigged election. >> reporter: in this vitriolic election -- >> contrary to him, i don't think it's rigged. >> reporter: the teachers here are working to make sure their students understand how our democracy actually works. they even learn how to run for president using a game called "win the white house." >> now we are moving on to a campaign slogan, whoo! >> what has it been teachin >> honestly, the kids are really interested in these specific candidates. they've been watching the debates. they've been paying attention to what's going on with the issues. >> reporter: so far, according to our off the cuff exit polling, it doesn't look like a nail biter. >> donald trump. >> hillary clinton. >> i voted for donald trump. >> donald trump. >> reporter: then joe harmon plays them this hillary clinton ad. >> i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers.
a person who's flat-chested is hard to be a 10. does she have a good body? no. she's a fat [ bleep ], absolutely. >> your reaction? >> it makes me feel mad. >> it does make you upset at? >> trump. >> do you know why they'd use girls your age? >> because we judge yourselves. >> because you judge yourselves. i'm a father. i want my girls to be respected. >> how about the media? we doing a good biased? mainstream media as they call it. that's pretty much a yes. why? >> because they're always trying to attack trump. >> we're always attacking trump. >> like they take pictures of him in the worst possible positions that they possibly could. >> reporter: polls br to close. there's excitement in the air. it may be a mock election but there's something empowering about all this for these young people.
>> no campaigning past these doors. >> reporter: the votes are carefully counted and "nightline's" the first to report the results. >> hillary clinton 48. donald trump 340. donald trump with a landslide victory here at redbank valley. bernie sanders got a write-in. hirambe the gorilla got a write-in. is there anything the adult world could learn from how these kids have handled and learned about this elon engaged as them. but also you saw it. where it's okay to agree to disagree. it's okay to be a trump fan or a hillary fan. you can sit next to each other and get along and it doesn't have to be the hatfields and mccoys where you're going to armed rebellion. that's what makes america. we're so diverse. we're supposed to be that way. >> reporter: for "nightline" i'm terry moran at redbank valley high school, new bethlehem, pennsylvania.
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is a texan through and through. >> come on, girls. come on, girls. >> reporter: with the surprisingly cosmopolitan role model. ivanka trump. >> good evening. >> i like ivanka trump's classic features. and that's what i'm modeling the look after. >> reporter: tiffany, an oil and gas consultant, has been transforming herself to look like ivanka trump. the glamorous 36-year-old businesswoman and oldest daughter of >> we are definitely donald trump supporters. >> whoo-hoo, go trump! >> reporter: she has already undergone two rounds of plastic surgery to look like her idol. >> i had my breasts done. i got a "d." i also had my nose done. also i have injections in my cheeks. the eye, a little bit, not too much. i also had lipo.
a little bit. >> reporter: but she wants more. >> i'm feeling super excited. i can't wait. let's get this done so i can go shopping. >> reporter: tiffany is back to see popular house houston plastic surgeon dr. franklin rose. >> i'm here! >> let's get you ready. >> reporter: dr. rose says he's getting more and more clients asking for the ivanka trump look. >> now, which feature of ivanka is the most requested? >> it's hard to say. breasts or nose i would have to say. she has such a pretty face shape. in fact, this is not the first patient that's come in with a picture of ivanka trump. she's very beautiful. and she's very poised. >> reporter: first dr. rose's assistant pumps her cheeks with fillers. >> when someone says, you've got to be nuts to change your appearance to look like ivanka trump, what's your response? >> why don't you go try it? because you're going to be so happy. don't judge until you try it,
>> hey, hello. >> reporter: the next day it's time to go under the knife. eyelids and a new nose job. >> just to get things a little more open. >> reporter: just a few hours later -- >> hopefully we have no more scar tissue. >> reporter: just a few hours and she claims $60,000 later, she's already feeling closer to her favorite trump. >> i feel like a trouper. i feel amazing already. once i get up and moving i'm probably ready >> i see perfection. absolutely stunning perfection. it's like an art piece. >> reporter: tiffany hits the mall hoping to emulate ivanka's classic style. >> sexy. oh my gosh. >> reporter: surprisingly, tiffany isn't alone in her quest. jenny stewart, the 36-year-old mom of two, is a consistent head-turner even when casually
>> i've been told probably hundreds of times that i look like angelina jolie. >> reporter: for some the comparison would be hitting the jackpot. jenny wants to look like ivanka too. >> do you think she looks like me? her name's ivanka. >> kind of. >> kind of? >> so let's just take a little look at you here. >> reporter: the i.t. head hunter sought out dr. rose for her ivanka makeover. she's in lift, nose job, breast implants, injectable fillers for her face, costing her she says $30,000. and that includes a discount from her surgeon for appearing on tv. >> what do you say to our viewers that will take a look at jenny pre-op and say, no doctor should be operating on someone that already looks like that. >> in an odd sense it's sort of more enjoyable. because you can take the beautiful into hyperbeautiful.
convinced. >> you've got like perfect hair, perfect cheekbones, perfect chin, perfect boobs, the the itty bitty body, what the [ bleep ] is wrong? >> reporter: the 6-year-old daughter is struggling with her mother's decision. >> i don't want you to have surgery. >> so you're not giving me a good reason why you don't want me to. >> i just don't want you to look different. >> reporter: it's the morning of her surgery and jenny is focused on h my nose to be minus the bump. >> hello, good morning. we're going to go just like this. two little baby incisions there, a baby incision here, here, here. see how this looks. this too big? it is a little bit big. you're okay, surgery went great. >> reporter: the next morning she is feeling better but concerned about her results. >> look and see.
stand up. you can see when you stand up. >> i just feel like it looks the same. >> these are perfectly sized implants for you. you would not want to be any bigger. then it looks done, top-heavy. i promise you this patient's going to end up being thrilled with the outcome. >> reporter: meanwhile, dr. rose's other aspiring ivanka, tiffany, is thrilled with her results. her third surgery was the charm for her. do you see a resemblance? and six weeks later, jenny's final reveal. >> hello, ivanka. >> hi. >> you look so beautiful. >> thank you. >> nice to see you. >> you too. >> look at your beautiful cheeks. i think you're prettier than this girl. >> well, thank you. >> reporter: the surgeon is happy with his work. and so is olivia. >> you think everything about mommy looks the same? >> uh-huh. >> everything?
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it's over and the cubs have finally won it all! shelley: now 11:00, new hampshire's drug crisis. tom: and 92 of our greatest state debates and the candidates take the the biggest moments, just six days for election day. >> i was disgusted and also shop. shelley: this mother said her family was targeted because her son is black. mike: when the rain runs, plus how much we could see. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. shelley: we begin tonight with the state's drug crisis. and a record number of overdoses
good evening. i'm shelley walcott. tom: and i'm tom griffith. paramedics call it an alarming spike. last month, american medical response says it responded to 45 overdoses. seven of them were deadly. wmur's cherise leclerc is live in the studio with more on those numbers. cherise: the regional director of american medical response to the worst art of all this is the fact they can never really pinpoint why aren't win the overdose spikes will for the drug crisis in the granite state, so does the number of overdoses reported in the state's second largest city. >> we've been trending in the high 20's throughout the summer so this is a very alarming spike of overdoses. seven of which were fatal. cherise: nashua ended the summer in september with 26 overdoses, a statistic that nearly doubled to 45 last month. and overdoses are up this year overall. american medical response has
overdoses this year, 35 people died. compared to all of last year, in which amr responded to 250 overdoses, where 19 people died. amr regional director chris stawasz attributes the spike to a far more potent synthetic painkiller. >> fentanyl is the killer drug we encounter. people heart used to wearing -- will use fentanyl, and it kills them. cherise: fentanyl also requires more extensive life-saving measures than heroin, forcing first responders to use more of the overdose reversal drug narcan. >> we have to use more of it and certainly the time we have to administer it is short, but it is effective if we can get to them in time. cherise: a stressful and time-consuming crisis for first responders. >> it's a eager burden on all
everybody that has to be involved in this crisis. we are still working on a number of different issues. in the city of nashua what we will not let this continue, i can tell you that. cherise: manchester saw a much smaller increase in overdoses in october, up 25%, compared to nashua's 73% jump. stawasz says manchester's safe stations program is making a difference for that city. live in the studio cherise leclerc wmur news9.to was night two of our granite state debates. the candidates for u.s. senate faced off for the last televised debate before election day. higher education, the drug crisis and the presidential candidates are just a few of the issues republican senator kelly ayotte and democrat, governor maggie hassan went head to head on. shelley: moderator and wmur political director josh mcelveen begins our team coverage tonight live from saint anselm college.
we talked about the price tag on the race because the number is so staggering. we're talking north of 100 million dollars, but at the end of the day, this is about candidate themselves, their voting record and plans to solve the problems we face in this state and in this nation. not to mention that this is also a tight race, it's too close to call according to the latest granite state poll. this debate tonight was important to both candidates. a number of different issues. for recap, let's go to adam sexton who is standing by. adam: some moments of contention but for the most part, the candidates did stay mostly in their lanes tonight, content to race side-by-side in their their way. even in a discussion of cyber-security, these two u.s. senate candidates so unwiling to
find themselves pulled back into the orbit of trump and clinton. >> when you want to talk about cyber-security, the democratic nominee, hillary clinton, that governor hassan has followed on so many issues and failed to call out on this issue she set up a private server, transferring classified information. >> i have said repeatedly that her use of emails was a mistake, she has said so as well, she has apologized, i think that's appropriate. adam: in turn, when given chance, governor maggie hassan teed off on senator kelly ayotte's support for trump that lasted until last month. >> she said, on 35 different occasions, that she supported him. she called him a role model for our children, and then when the political winds seem to change, that's when she changed her position. >> she can use her talking points all she wants on this issue, but the people of this state know that i'll stand up for them no matter what. adam: there was plenty of
the fight against isis both candidates agreed no ground troops in iraq. however, on gun rights vs gun control big differences. >> i appreciate so much how important it is that we keep guns away from criminals and terrorists. i also believe it's equally important that we stand up for the 2nd amendment rights of our citizens. >> we should be closing the loopholes in our background check systems so that terrorists can't buy guns online and at gun shows, and even after the tragedy in orlando, senator vote to close those loopholes, and she has declined to do that. adam: another rare moment of agreement came when these candidates said who they'd like to see win tonight's world series game seven tonight. they both replied the chicago cubs. the cubs were ahead a little while earlier and now it's tied up in the ninth inning. eventually at the cubs lose, it's possible the new hampshire
josh let's go back inside to you. >> afterwards, candidates usually go into the spin room. kelly ayotte declined to do so but maggie hassan did take part and she stayed on message. >> we can continue to work together in this state, bring a new hampshire approach down to washington where people roll up their sleeves, get things done across party lines and build a brighter future where people who are working hard t to not only get ahead but can stay ahead. josh: i'm joined by my colleague, he was on the panel this evening asking some of the questions. i know it's tough to listen to everything, but what was your biggest take away? john: the whole country innocence is watching because