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in other news tonight, a former montgomery county middle schoolteacher is being held on $500,000 accused of having sexual relationships with two former students. 39-year-old jason gattuso met the 14-year-old and 15-year-old girls when he was a social studies teacher at springfield middle school. he had sexual contact with the girls in several locations including the car and one of the
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girls homes. a firefighter died after battling a blaze over the weekend will be laid to rest. gabriel lee died in the basement gym of engine 50 fire station in north philadelphia. lee is a 17-year veteran at the department. the cause of death has not been disclosed. in baltimore, case closed in the death of freddie gray. they dropped the charges of the three remaining police officers. three others were already acquitted. gray died after sustaining a neck injury in the custody of baltimore police officers. the death triggered days of protests and riots. the man that shot ronald reagan will soon be free. he will go live with his elderly mother in virginia. he's been in prison in a psychiatric hospital since the
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shooting. he shot four men, including reagan in front of the washington hotel. reagan's daughter, patty davis says she is, quote, sickened, but not surprised by his release. the als ice bucket challenge resulted in more than funny videos. the money funded a breakthrough in research. the challenge, which required people to dump ice water on themselves raised $220 million. scientists found a gene tied to als. it's a global gene sequencing effort involving 11 countries and 80 researchers. 60 young men and women are celebrating an accomplishment. they never received their high school diplomas and are attending college in the fall. the program helps students of underserved areas prepare for college and succeed once they are there. the ceremony took place at the
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learning center and comcast technology labs in i don't recollect york philadelphia. >> the heat and humidity. now it's shifted to the potential for flash flooding. a flash flood warning for the entire area thursday evening through friday evening because the air is going to be very saturated with moisture. any storm could pull down a lot of rain in a short period of time. it's going to be a hot day as well tomorrow. the day planner shows we will be in the 90s, the seventh day in a r row. by 2:00. humidity will be higher than today. there is a possibility we see severe weather. severe storm prediction center put a slight risk of severe weather with a threat of
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damaging winds just to the south, clipping southern delaware and cape may. i think the main threat, though, with the storms arriving will be the heavy rain. this is what to expect thursday afternoon into friday. we'll be seeing rounds of very heavy thunderstorms with all the moisture in the air could get 1-3 inches of rain. that will cause concern for flash flooding and, again, possibility of damaging winds. we'll have the latest on this coming up in the morning on "action news" at 4:30. jim? >> thank you. philadelphia is filled with political animals this week. tonight is the first chance those with four legs had their own yappy hour. the animal refuge in center city teamed up for this pop-up beer garden. the event was byod as in bring your own dog. if you didn't have one, the shelter had plenty of cats and
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floor of the wells fargo center. you can see the big clean up is under way cleaning up from session three, getting ready for the session here tomorrow night. the democratic national convention will conclude with chelsea clinton introducing her mom and hillary clinton accepting her nomination. we hope you will join us as
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history is being made. jimmy kimmel live next on abc 6. music from the go goes. "action news" continues at 4:30 a.m. for the entire "action news" team, i'm jim gardner. good night.
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>> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live!" tonight -- andy garcia -- "ben-hur's" jack huston -- from "mr. robot," rami malek -- and music from the go-go's with cleto and the cletones. and now, by all means -- here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: very nice.
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i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thanks for coming. thanks for joining us. another big night of politics in the united states tonight. from philadelphia, where liberty was born and the fresh prince was raised, the democratic national convention, night three of the dnc, featuring president obama and vice president biden. that's right, now that we got all the boring speeches out of the way, here comes uncle joe biden on a harley with short shorts and the no shirt on, firing everybody up. but of all the many luminaries who spoke today, i believe my opinion the most powerful speech of the night came from the reverend jesse jackson. >> i wail hear their prayers, forgive their sins, heal the land, it's healing time, it's hope time, it's hillary time, it's healing time, it's hope time, it's hillary time, it's healing time, it's hope time, it's hillary time, it's healing
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time, it's hope time, it's healing -- louder, it's healing time, it's hope time -- >> jimmy: he forgot hammer time, i think. healing time. that was impressive. i've never seen anybody remix himself before. hillary clinton's choice for vp, senator tim kaine, also spoke tonight which is exciting. if hillary wins she'll be the first-ever female president. kaine would also make history as the first vice president named tim. that's right. i think that's what we call progress. bill clinton gave a long speech last night. our former president told the story about his 45-year-long relationship with hillary. is it just me or did it seem like he skipped over a part of that story? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: there was an omission, right? he started the speech by saying, in the spring of 1971 i met a girl. and then everyone at the convention let out a huge sigh of relief when the girl turned
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out to be hillary. [ laughter ] it was a good speech. very well received. but did anyone else note the mild sexual undertones? >> in the spring of 1971, i met a girl. [ sexy music playing ] >> she had big blond hair. i got close enough to touch her back but i couldn't do it. somehow i knew this would not be just another tap on the shoulder. couple days later i saw her again. i remember she was wearing a long, white, flowery skirt. i actually drove her home to park ridge, illinois. she smiled and looked at me like, what is this boy up to? here i was in a trance just staring out the window, trying not to cry. and there was hillary on her hands and knees. [ laughter ] ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: the rest of the story he tells with a saxophone. while we're on the subject of horyn democrats, former congressman anthony weiner is at the dnc. yesterday he weighed in on the rumor donald trump's son donald jr. might run for mayor of new york city. >> the only thing could make me come out of retirement is if anyone named trump ran, to beat him like a rented mule and turn the keys back over to de blasio. >> jimmy: okay, drop your pants. i like his come out of retirement. as if the reason he decided to go away was to play golf. donald trump's campaign manager today now says trump has no plan to release his tax returns, which is a long-standing custom for presidential nominees. the reason they give is trump is in the middle of an audit rather but some are speculating that trump is hiding a "giant
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bombshell." which i don't know, trump's whole campaign has been a giant bombshell, is anybody going to care he deducts melania as a business expense? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you think a line item of hair is going to change anyone's mind? ordinarily i'd say we shouldn't assume there's something damaging in someone's tax returns because the person hasn't released them but this is donald trump. do you think if those returned showed $1 billion worth of income from legitimate businesses and millions of dollars in charitable donations he wouldn't show them to sinus he'd have them blown up and posted on the sides of aircraft carriers. he'd have them -- they would be skywritten over the olympics. you'd be reading donald trump's tax returns on the little screens above the gas pump when you fill up. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i would like to see those. trump was in top form today. trump had a press conference in doral, florida, talking about
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the recent e-mail hack of the dnc. when he made what might be his trumpiest statement yet. >> i will tell you this. russia, if you're listening, i hope you're able to find the 30,000 e-mails that are missing. i think you will probably be rewarded mightily by our press. >> jimmy: that's right, donald trump is asking russia to hack our former secretary of state. his country -- we've officially become a weird early '90s action movie you'd see on usa network in the middle of the day. even his own running mate distanced himself from those comments. minutes after the press conference, mike pence released a statement saying, if it is russia and they are interfering in our elections, i can assure you both favorites in u.s. government will ensure there are serious consequences in spite what was my nutty running mate just encouraged them to do. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: poor mike pence. he's on this crazy train for the whole ride. no refund.
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as a result of all this russia stuff, tax stuff, there's been speculation now as to whether or not trump had some kind of financial relationship with the russians. this is what donald had to say about that. >> can you say unequivocally russia has no business in you, that you don't have any -- >> no, i have nothing to do with russia. john, how many times do i have to say? are you a smart man? i have nothing to do with russia. >> jimmy: he has nothing to do with russia. he stopped ordering wives from them years ago. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: for those who might still have doubts about some potential trump connection to russia, his campaign manager paul manafort put those doubts to rest quite unequivocally. >> to be clear, mr. trump has no financial relationships with any russian oel oligarch? >> that's what he said, that's what he said, that's obviously -- obviously our positions -- >> >> jimmy: well, i'm
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convinced. must be a hell of a poker player. while on the subject of hacking, do you watch mr. robot on usa? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i love the show. it's now in its second season. tonight they unveiled a new character who i believe will win the emmy in 2017, watch. >> this is our biggest hack yet. i'm in this now. we're in this together. we got access, let's run the vpn. thankfully we have a new member. web cipher. everyone on the boards i see are talking about this guy. pulling the key logger. running a decryption. >> googling how to run through decryption now. decryption with a "y"? >> you're googling it?
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>> usually i let my nephew handle this kind of stuff, honestly. let me get him on the phone. >> no, no -- cipher, no one from the outside, man. >> oh, actually, i can't even call him because my phone needs to update. can you show me how to do that? >> we don't have time for that, man. >> we don't? >> no. how's it coming with the vpn? >> i think good. is this right? >> is that a blingy? >> isn't that what you asked for? hey, you know what, while i have you here, i have not been able to sync my contacts to the cloud. and i don't want to lose any of my facebook friends. what? >> you've never done this before, have you, web side ciph? >> if i'd never done this before would i have a whole phone full
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of emojis? >> did you really just say owe my knowledge g emojis? >> monkeys and pizzas. >> we really stepped in it this time, didn't we. >> who are you talking to? hi. >> no one. >> hey, i have a question, could i have a hug? >> no. gotta go. >> just a little one? >> no. >> all right. could i come with you? >> i don't think so, man. >> oh. >> you should probably just hang out with your nephew. >> oh. hello, carson? >> what? >> hey, man, it's your uncle, you want to hang out? [ phone hangs up ] [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: never did get to sync my contacts. thanks to ronnie malik and my new friends. when we come back, we went to the conventions, asked republicans and democrats to
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...and more absorbent, and you can use up to 4 times less. enjoy the go with charmin. >> jimmy: welcome back to the show. andy garcia, jack huston and music from the go-goes is coming up. night three of the dnc has come to an end. these conventions are c-span's time to shine. this was on c-span. a guy called to give his take on bill clinton's speech and to share his personal experience while taking it in. >> pete is up next, bay village, ohio, an independent. what did you think of how the democrats are portraying themselves and their candidate?
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>> caller: well, i was listening to bill clinton tell his story tonight. and my mom came into my room to bring me a plate of chicken nuggets. i literally screamed at her and hit the plate of chicken nuggets out of her hand -- >> all right, pete. pete, we're going to move on. >> jimmy: what happened to the chicken nuggets? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: was he able to save them? well done, pete. as we've seen attendees back passionate when speaking about the other side, we decided to conduct an examination of this. we went to the rnc last week and the dnc this week to ask republicans for their thoughts on democrats and democrats for their thoughts on republicans. and this is what they shared. >> describe democrats. >> gun control. handouts. debt. what else? you want more?
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just a general disdain for god and country, in my opinion. >> most of them want to give everything away. >> maybe brainwashed? >> i can't describe all democrats but it is my learned opinion that the democrat party is a crime syndicate, not a real political party. >> what are republicans like? >> people that don't have a clue. >> closed-minded. >> stuffy. >> they're mean. >> in some sense some of them are racists. >> i've yet to meet a racist republican where i live or with the people i work with. with the party. or a homophobic republican. >> tell us your name. >> doris hurdle from jackson, tennessee. >> jackson, tennessee. you're the only 10 i see. >> i'm the only one? >> 10 i see. >> oh, okay. >> what are the worst things about democrats? >> well, they believe in all the wrong things. >> like? >> well -- you can marry anybody you want. and it doesn't matter if it's
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another man or another woman or anything. and that's just against god's words, you know? and pretty soon i think they'll be -- i have so many friends that are -- that love their dogs and i think pretty soon they're going to be trying to marry their dogs. >> do an impression of democrats complaining about the issues. >> they whine. oh, trump said this, trump said that. >> do an impression of a republican talking about the issues. >> it's my way or the highway! i'm right, you're wrong! >> i am for law and order! >> could you please pass me my rolex watches? >> it's going to be yuge! >> when you tie damsels to train tracks why do you leave before the train comes? >> it lends an air of mystery to the whole thing. >> complete this sentence. i wish republicans would stop blank and start blank. >> i wish republicans would stop blaming the poor and start blaming the rich.
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>> i wish they would stop trying to give everything away and start watching their pennies. >> let me ask you, is that all moustache or is some of that coming out of the nose? >> it should be all moustache. i got that walrus thing going on there. >> that might not be moustache. >> oh-oh. >> if you think about it, like a sailboat, the winds will blow the sail. the republicans are more the rudder. they're going to steer it over the course and go in the direction that you need to go to get the objective, rather than blowing with the prevailing winds. which one blows here? the republicans or the democrats? >> the democrats. >> would you say one nice thing about republicans for us? >> yes. they did not start world war ii. >> say one nice thing about democrats. >> soon they'll be gone. >> where are they going? >> do i have to answer that? they're going. in november. they'll be gone. no more democrats. yay!
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>> you know, i believe every human being is a good human being. they are good at heart. >> even donald trump? >> uh -- no. not him. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: all right. we know not everyone agrees. tonight music from the go-goes. from "ben hur," jack huston is here. be right back with andy garcia! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> dicky: portions of "jimmy kimmel live!" are brought to you by chobani greek yogurt. you can only be great if you're full of goodness. go to to learn more. [cuckoo cuckoo] people try to beat time... [scream] ...but time always wins. our greatest fear is running out of time. there's a bomb in the salsa can! we gotta get out of here! my phone's still charging! so if time is the most valuable thing there is, why would you waste more than you have to charging your phone? why would you waste more than you have to charging your phone? [explosion] [explosion] ahhhhhhhh!
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