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restrictive free agent will get a contract soon so he can rejoin the team, and meantime without him at amalie, hosting the panthers. a stand-outperformens tonight, with 21 saves in all. in the second period, the lightning with a pair of unanswered goals and that would be their first win of the preseason, and world cup finals and o canada, sweeping it, 2-0 and the tournament, cross by the mvp and stamkos now with a world cup to add to his accomplishments. next up lord stanley's cup.
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people would say i don't know if they give the bucs much of a chance, unless they catch them sleeping. >> oh, yeah, they can catch them sleeping. any team can be beaten, and if they come in overconfident and they don't come in prepared the buc ne >> it's like my favorite line from dumb and dumber. but what do they have to do coming up on sunday? >> number one thing is don't shoot yourself in the foot. this team has turned the ball over and created easy points for their opponent but just putting them in a position to have easy scores. giving up last plays down the field. you can't make it easy for them.
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>> how do you take the headache that is vaughn miller and add a couple of tylenol and make him a small headache? >> well, it's not going to be easy but you are definitely going to have to put two or three guys on him. you are going to need to block him, tackle or a tight end, or out of the backfield but you will have to pay attention to miller, of course he is liable to give headaches. >> be here or be scare. for network coverage followed by the panthers and the follow cons. >> and before we go, it's official that l lady gaga is gog to do the half time show at the super bowl. >> and this won't be her first time either. you remember she sang the national anthem, and bruno mars
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half time show, but this time it's all about gaga. it will be here before you know it. >> and i love lady gaga. >> her new albums drops -- do they still say that? drops? >> i think they do. >> they do now. >> money, power and politics is next. >> and when you w wake up bright and with good day.
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i wore a badge for 38 years knowing how much you trusted us to keep you safe. yet when a officer was killed in action florida was not doing enough to give their families the help they desperately needed. dana young understood. that was wrong, so we changed that law. to ensure these families get the benefits they are entitled to and the honor they deserve. dana young has our back and she has yours. dana young for the florida senate. a return to common sense. donald trump is ripping
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signed any where. >> charley leduff traveled twenty years after nafta kicked in. >> they paid people peanuts. >>? washington both sides they we have a problem with healthcare. we'll work through the problem and possible solutions. and we'll dig into the continuing protest from nfl players over our national anthem. john wilson joins us with his view on that. plus we'll look at those conspiracy and clinton in their first debate. this is money, power & politics. the debate was wild enough. we have more making the rounds in e-mail and facebook and twitter. that's our first big point. you may have seen the theory that clinton used secret hand signals to cue lester holt to call on her and rig the debate. >> we have $20 trillion in
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video busted. she scratched her nose before she was called on and scratching ones face is one of the olest signals in the book. she could have just interrupted when she had something to say which she an trump did over and over again. which could poke holes in the theory the democratic conspired with the republican moderator which concluded with her to develop a series of hand signals to >> that's it. >> what are you doing here? >> that's the hand signal. >> are you my double or something? >> i'm 40 pounds lierter than you and a blue striped tie instead of a yellow one. can i interview john? >> you can do the interview with john. yes. bottom line, you can't always trust what you see on social media. and that goes for both sides. we've called out things that do not add up for hillary clinton and donald trump and their
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johnson, as well who is tonights second big point. gary johnson is reeling again from what he called another aleppo moment. which is a popular catch phrase he coined by space out a couple of weeks ago with aleppo been the epicenter of the refugee crisis and being unaware of it. >> what would you do if you were elected about aleppo? >> about? >> >> what is aleppo? >> you're kidding. ? >>. no >> this week he did it again. instead of spacing out on syria he spaced out on the rest of the world. in a painful 30 seconds that will live in every nightmare he has. >> who is your favorite foreign leader? anywhere in the country. any one of the continents and country. one foreign leader you respect and look up to. anybody. >> mine was peres. >> i'm talking about living. you have to do this. anywhere.
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canada, mexico, europe, asia, south america, africa. name a foreign leader you respect. >> i'm having an aleppo moment in the form e president of mexico. >> the whole world. anybody in the world you like. anybody. pick any leader. >> the former president of mexico. >> which one? >> i'm having a brain -- >> johnson does have a way of saying things you don't expect. like dismissing the efforts to fight climb change based long term view of the planet. >> should we take the long term view when it comes to global warming? >> i think we should. >> what is that long term view? >> the long term view is in billions of years the sun is going to grow and encompass the earth, right. so global warming is in our future. >> so give him credit for thinking billions of years ahead. for getting attention in this while the system is stacked gins him and squeezing him.
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time most third party candidates begin to fade. a third point. while trump flouderred in the first debate he can bounce back and beat clinton in round two. the loser of roun one has a tendency to catch the winner by surprise in the rematch. that was tree for reagan versus monodell and maybe trump versus clinton. if he prepares and focus on the same themes that droef his rise in for her donors and herself. i'm an outsider and i'm fighting for you. believe me. i am fighting for you. >> trump's team wasn't the focus on short answers and counter attacks. they want him to keep hit cool when clinton tries to press his buttons. they want him to turn up the heat next time around and some of his surrogates want him to attack her by bringing up bill clinton's affair. >> you didn't know the moment monica said bill clinton
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truth you're too stupid. >> we map out the debate and show you what to expect. we have a debate that continues to fire up over the nfl after players are po testing the national anthem. tonight i asked our friend and foreman anchor john wilson to weigh in. >> this is john wilson's my view now. >> and please welcome john wilson here he is. this is really taking off from caper nick, the backup football team. starting a protest. people didn't realize he was doing it. now other players have taken to this. where does that leave us? >> it left us with a lot of questions. one of which, do we accept the principle that america democracy means you can protest anything. you can wurn the flag. he had the right to do that. every nfl player wants to go on the knee has a right to do that. but a lot of people have died to
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if this is taking as disrespectful for those who gaef their life in america there's a huge issue. on the other hand protest is who we are. i've been struggling with that part of it. if the protest is about social injustice, let's refine that a little bit. are we talking about racism? yeah. apparently we're talking about racism. but social injustice may be the wrong term. we could be talking about mental illness. we could be talking about drug cartels. ther injustices. i think it's misdirected and needs to be more specific about what the protest is. now i'll throw this in a different direction for you. the third verse of the national anthem, do you know about that third verse? >> i do the third stanza. has been open to interpretation. but this is what you're talking about. >> you're talking about slaves. >> the doom of the grave. >> that's why we don't sing the first verse.
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problems. francis scott key, i won't call him a racist. i didn't know him. but he had a slave. he wrote the third verse to support slavery. the national anthem is an issue. but we're long passed that. the anthem has become a symbol of this country. a protest against this country needs to be more specific from my point of view. >> how is the nfl handling this? >> i don't think they are handling it they allow penalties for infractions on the field. i think there's a matter of principle involved here that the nfl has to get behind. they are not behind it at all. >> what should they do? >> they need to set a standard. they set a standard for their behavior on the field? they do. they set a standard for how they behave in public. how do they let this get by. >> you're the nfl commissioner for a day, week or year. what does the standard become?
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country. particularly, in a time of trial and stress. the anniversary of 9/11 was one of those. those of us who were part of all that in one way or another, we lived through that on 9/11 all over again. every minute of that goes through our minds. to see a protest on that was absolutely important. >> especially that day. john, thank you so much. >> you bet. > coming up. we look back at charley l with this level of engineering... it's a performance machine. with this degree of intelligence... it's a supercomputer.
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twenty years after the deal kicked in. trump scored some points on clinton by hammering her shifting stance on trade. he blistered her husband president clinton for giving us nafta. this is where trump has an opening and charley leduff crossed the border into mexico to show us why. ? ? >> just above the banks of the rio grande where thousands of women and children are flooding into the united states, you can see the glimmering rooftops of factories cranking out products that used to be made by americans. >> the gains from this agreement will be your gains, too. >> the north american free trade agreement or nafta is twenty years old. back then it promised nafta
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immigration from mexico. what happened to those jobs and why are the immigrants still coming? in mexico, there are dozens of in u factories built by american companies. caterpillar from illinois is here. corning from new york. textiles from the south. and delphi, the auto parts maker from michigan. >> here's what's left of the area around the once sprawling dephi facility in flint, michigan. the birthplace of general motors. the one time parent company. it's not just flint. a study estimates the total number of american jobs lost due
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delphi is now one of mexico's largest employers with about 50 factories south of the border. >> they break down and tore it down and took our jobs. put them in mexico and paid them people peanuts. >> flint is now the murder capital of america. but reynosa is worse. a former reporter and city official advices not to get out of his van. through the windshield the mexican workers ghetto saying life here is little better for a human than for an animal. no running water. no power. animals working sanitation trucks. this woman shows us her pay stub from an american owned factory.
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an hour. she cant afford the air conditioner she makes. maybe that's one reason the number of illegal immigrants living in the united states more than doubled since nafta twenty years ago and the central american free trade agreement nearly ten years. >> it's less likely someone looking for a job would try to come to this country >> two mexican men we found hiding ton river bank in texas said they tried swimming to america because the mexican factories don't pay. congresswoman candice miller is calling for a suspension of the trade agreement to motivate the mexican government to do something about his border. >> i'm calling on the
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north american free trade agreement, and cafta, as well as stopping all the foreign aid we send to these countries shipping their children here illegally and to mexico. >> a temporary suspension of trade would require the cooperation of american companies that are making big profits under the trade arrangements. >> in 2005 when delphi declared bankruptcy there were fifty thousand american workers. now there's fif t aren't good enough to keep anybody. >> we talked to this lady. >> there's a way to do this. if you have specific questions we can get responses. but we're not agreeing to an interview. >> i'm here. if somebody would like to say on camera we don't want to talk. fair enough. >> no. we're going to ask you to leave now. >> well, i got this for rod. i wanted to congratulate him on
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>> coming up. we could see some big changes to our healthcare system after this years election. we'll show you what congress may change and how it could affect all of us. i think my strongest asset, maybe by far, is my temperament. i'd like to punch him in the face, i'll tell you. i would bomb the [bleep] out of 'em.
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want to make big changes to healthcare. they have different a approaches but common concerns because for a lot of people, the option are going down and the costs are going way up. so dan springer explains the problem and what we can do about it. >> when health republican insurance of new jersey announced its shutting down it became the 17th failed health co-op since obamacare started three years ago. leaving six viable co-ops and people scrambling for co in double digits just the opposite of what obama said would happen. >> if you have health insurance we're going to help that employer save $2,500 per family per year. >> insurance companies are asking for premium increases. none bigger than the 60% hike sought by blue cross blue shield in texas. critics say they saw it coming. >> the promise it's going to make healthcare affordable. it's not. it's making it more expensive.
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people and not enough who are young and healthy. insurance companies are forced to raise premiums or leave the exchanges, which they are doing in droves. yesterday 27 thousand people in indiana learned their obamacare plans are going away. >> that's going to be the future. i think with a we're seeing is the beginning of a death spiral as far as the exchanges are concerned as more companies pull out. >> the obama administration points to fewer uninsured and a slower growth in healthcare spending as successes. with the hol option. >> if the public option could bring people yums down by paying doctors and hospitals less and having lower overhaend no profit. that would lower federal government costs. >> hillary clinton wants a public option to compete with the for profit insurance companies. she wants the option of government healthcare. something like medicare but for people under the age of 65. meanwhile, donald trump wants to make the insurance companies compete across state lines because he says that will bring
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tonight the administration is dealing with new problems over the affordable care act. because the gao federal inspectors slap the administration for misusing funds.
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collects fees from private insurance companies and are supposed to put a good chunk of that back into the federal treasurely ri. but the department of health and human services instead redirected funds to the providers. and federal inspectors say that should not have happened because it is illegal. hss maintained it has the flexibility to do that. now this government watchdog says it does not. that will put more pressure on the administration and drive discussed in the last segment of our show. meanwhile, more developments from new york to florida as it relates to the trump foundation. we learned through a city attorney for palm beach the attorney general for new york has expanded the probe into trump's foundation after the washington post first reported that trump used charity or foundation funds to settle legal disputes for his private businesses. the trump campaign said the washington post article was
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bet that his foundation and clinton's foundation and concerns that trump has she makes state and foundation business may be front and center in the next debate. and finally, some good news tonight for gary johnson. after an awful gaffe on the campaign trail. he picked up the endorsement of the detroit news. we're going to have a much better feel of where the race is in florida by this time tomorrow night. our pollster maut tower ri will roll new numbers f that's our show. thank you for joining us. we'll see you once more for another round of money, power &
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