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once again be sure to join us tomorrow. live in las vegas for the final presidential debate between hillary clinton and donald trump. our coverage begins 4:00 p.m. eastern. thanks very much for watching. erin burnett "outfront" starts right now. "outfront" next, the breaking news. the final face-off. donald trump has a surprise guest in tomorrow's debate. his last name? obama. and the president tells trump to stop whooining. and donald trump jr. on tape joking about a mass shooting, arabs and overweight people. let's go "outfront." good evening. i'm erin burnett. "outfront" tonight the breaking news. the final presidential debate kicking off in hours from now.
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tomorrow night in las vegas. the stakes for round three could not be higher. cnn learning tonight that donald trump is pulling out all the stops. his campaign confirming moments ago trump will be joined by a surprise guest at the debate, president obama's kenyan born half brother malik. he's an american citizen. he's a trump supporters. he's going to be there. hillary clinton arriving in las vegas this evening after spending days off the trail prepping. donald trump is actually in the air as we speak also arriving in vegas tonight any moment for this historic showdown. tens of millions watching. everything is on the line for trump. as the latest polls show the latest in even the reddest of red states, texas is close tonight. and today trump went of hillary clinton raising questions about her health. >> in her rallies, very few people show up. when she has the energy to go to the event.
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which which isn't often. she's doing debate prep. sort of funny. she's been doing this for 30 years. now she has to do debate prep for five days. do you know what the debate prep is? it's resting. it's lying downgoing to sleep. >> and we are now 20 days away from election day. sunland surfati in las vegas tonight. trump is trying to -- this is his big chance. his guest list alone. president obama's name, at least the obama last name is now on there. >> that's right. and i think this is certainly showing some big signs that donald trump does intend to keep up his provocative debate thete rick style we've seen in past debates as you said inviting president obama's half brother whose a trump supporter to be there sitting in the audience. trump also inviting pat smith who's mother of a benghazi
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victim to also be in the audience. this is the last and final chance for donald trump to really define his candidacy, make the case for why he should win the white house. but tonight still seemed fixated on needling hillary clinton. >> tomorrow night is going to be interesting. she's home sleeping and i'm working. so that is the way it is going to be in the white house too. she'd be sleeping. i'd be working. >> reporter: trump taunting hillary clinton on the campaign trail today. seeming to ignore the sky high pressure mounting around him. >> i look so forward to the next one in las vegas. >> the gop nominee will step out on stage wednesday night at the critical moment for his campaign, facing a flood of new accusations of sexual misconduct coming from numerous women. trump's wife melania in a pre debate interview with anderson cooper looking to cushion the blow as her husband heads into
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the final face-off with clinton. >> i believe my husband. >> advising her husband to not get swept up in the latest controversy. >> i always say to him, be you, be yourself. be calm. be focused. stay on the issues. because american people, they -- they want to hear what -- what you will do for them. >> before trump a grab bag of low-hanging fruit. to stay on message against clinton. like the daily drip of e-mail revelations by wikileaks. which he's already telegraphed he intends to capitalize on. >> this is a criminal act and it is incredible they can do this and get away with it. >> trump unlikely cents hlinton hasn't take keep a full campaign schedule. a contrast that's already turned into a flash point between the campaigns. >> he's not taking five day
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office the trail like she is. and that is her personal choice. scarcity is her strategy. >> you don't like to have to take a lot of time off the trail to do that but we've found that is very worthwhile. >> trump huddling monday at would have been his golf resorts in new jersey and trump tower with his small inner circle of steve bannon, kellyanne conway, rudy giuliani, rnc chair reince priebus and chris christie. but has kept up his atypical prep style shunning full fledged mock debates. >> mr. trump very much enjoys doing the jousting back and forth and studying up on the issu issues. >> and the topics for tomorrow night's debate have already been announced. they will be debt and entitlements, immigration, the economy, supreme court, foreign hot spots and fitness to be president. and it is that last one, fitness to be president that's really dominated so many of the debates in the past erin and certainly is cop text in so of the of the
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discussion for donald trump going into this one as well. >> a broad topic under which anything can fit. good for the moderator. jeff zeleny "outfront" in las vegas. clinton prepping for the debate. what are they saying about how her prep is going? and what more does she need to prep for? >> erin, she arrived a short time ago with a fleet of advisors flying with her across the country on her plan and immediately went into more debate practice. so i asked a couple of her advisors who have been advising politicians for debate sessions for a long time. why so much more practice for the third debate? they said frankly there is so much more information out there now. donald trump has changed bit, you know, since the first debate and the second debate. much more of a scorched earth-like strategy. so hillary clinton is preparing for all that. but something simply have not come up yet. immigration is first among them. and i'm told he's go aggressively after that wall and
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popping holes in his strategy here. one reason she's practicing so much. a it worked if first time but b there is a lot of ground to cover here. because frankly so many things have changed since even the second debate only ten days or so ago. >> and "outfront" now david gergen. jackie kis niche. and presidential histone, tim natalie. trump saying clinton is doing too much debate prep. actually he's saying she's sleeping, resting instead of studying. he's been doing rally after rally. is there any more she could be prepping for at this point? is this time well spent for five days off the trail. >> five days seems like a lot. she is resting. she's got a grinding three weeks ahead and i'm sure she's preparing ahead. but it is raising questions when you get up to five days. what is really going on here? what we do know is donald trump ought tab taking time off the trail. this is the third debate he's going into. he's not been able to pull this
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out. he's had no strategy. in the last debate, you know, fatally in my judgment when he answered anderson cooper's question, have you ever done any of these things you bragged about to billy bush he said no. he would have been so much better saying i did a lot of things in my early life and i was a celebrity and i regret but now i'm a changed man, period, end of sentence. instead he invited all the women to come forward. that was a dumb mistake. he would not have made that had he practiced. is there is a lot to to be said to prepare. >> multiple women have come forward. multiple women. that is going to come up in some way, shape or form tomorrow. hillary clinton will certainly bring it up tomorrow. how is he going defend that? now that you have women coming out and saying. so far it's been very personal comments about the women. >> he's going to deny it and you are probably going to hear a lot. maybe without the personal insults but if the other debates are a guy. donald trump says a lot of what he says in the stump speech and on the trail during the debates.
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so i imagine he categorically denies it. says it is a conspiracy with the media and tries to get away with that. and we'll see if chris wallace lets him do it. >> that is going to be a big question here. and tim also you have -- you have the guest list. okay? malik. trump is inviting malik obama. president obama's half brother. how significant will that be? of course you have mark cuban coming again on the clinton side. trump's nemesis. what is the significance of malik obama. by the way obama is not running, just to remind everyone. >> julian assange couldn't come. and i think if you see some of these -- if you think of trump as a tv promoter and guest stars, he's running out of good guest stars. and he wants to create sensation. obviously he's not going to upset hillary clinton by having malik obama there. but he -- he's used to building
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an audience. and he wants to build an audience. to get back to david's point, really important. he has never pivoted to substance, in all these debates, you know, the one good thing he says in tells of impact is he says for 30 years, she was in public life and she didn't fix it. now we could argue whether it is a fair attack but at least it is about, me. i'm an outsider. she doesn't fix things. never seas what he would do. and if he's not prepping he's not going to be ready to do that. once again it is going to be spectacle. >> and within thing we expect to come out and the latest developments in the clinton e-mail scandal. talking about the 3r50i69 server. and in this he says it is worse than watergate. here he is today. if this gives us a hint of what we'll see. >> the most corrupt person ever to run for president. [ audience boos ]
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you heard about the newly released fbi documents. they reveal just how corrupt she is and it is. >> he's referring to an fbi employee who says he was asked to change an e-mail marked classified on the server to unclassified. state department at the time was reviewing what e-mails were going to be put out and saying there could have been even another employee says maybe a quid pro quo offered by the state department. you do this and we'll do that. fbi did not change the classification but this is what he's referring to. can he make some hay here? >> fatty acit is going to be sor donald trump to make a high impact two minute answer on this without a teleprompter. he's a wandering talker. just to surmise summarize in a way that has actual impact that can move the dial. what trump's been doing over and over again is throwing out red meat to his base. inviting malik obama. that is simple a dog whistle or
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something. louder than a dog whims about going back to birtherism. and watergate -- >> -- born in kenya -- >> exactly. in invoking things like water gate and having it resonate. the problem is the number of undecided voters is getting smaller and smaller and smaller. >> and people are voting. >> and the people are voting and this is really his chance to try to make him like a final argument for his temperament. and if he's just sort of going back to the idea of we should put her in jail, this is watergate all over again. this is undecided voters, it is a tough call. >> next we're standing by for donald trump. he's about to arrive in las vegas for tomorrow's debate. hillary clinton there. this is president obama tells donald trump he needs to stop whining. plus devoted trump supporters. these women, you met them
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acknowledged this with an immediate apology to my family and the american people. but what do women think about the tape and allegations of sexual misconduct? i want you to know we spoke to a group of female trump supporters months ago. martin savidge went back and spoke to them after the tape and allegations. >> let me ask for a show of hands how many of you still support donald trump? >> i really do in my heart of hearts feel that he is a good man. he has a plan for our country that is in line with the way i want to see our country go. >> i feel i can believe everything he says. >> what about when he says like this about kissing and grabbing women. >> and when you are a star they let you do it. you can do anything. >> whatever you want. >> grab them by the pussy. you can do anything. >> it was kind of like the bragging that men do when they
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are together talking about their conquests. he's spend 30 years of his life surrounded by beautiful women. he's an alpha male. he's bound to have said a few off color things. >> can you imagine your husband saying those words? >> he would never say those words. >> melania trump breaking her silence speaking to anderson cooper saying she too was taken back by her husband's words. >> i was surprised because that is not the man that i know. and as you can see from the tape, the cameras were not on. it was only a mic. and i wonder if they even knew that the mic was on. because they were kind of a boy talk. >> and what about the women who have come forward accusing trump of everything from unwanted contact to sexual assault. >> we have no proof. who has the proof? show us the proof. there is none. >> you do not buy them or
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believe them? >> -- happening three weeks before the election. when -- i mean why didn't they come out before? >> it's organized. >> absolutely. >> -- backing hillary. >> spoke to the same group of trump supporters in the primaries when trump was leading most polls amongst floe republicans. several months later their support hasn't wavered. and when i keep pushing. rose lee says enough already. >> bothered me but not to the point some of the media would like it to because we're still vote for trump. >> we move onto the conspiracy of media bias. do you believe that we are working for hillary clinton that there is actually some deal struck? >> yes. i believe there are deals struck. benghaziian e-mail, why are we not addressing that? that to me should be front and center. >> they see all the focus on trump's faults as a distraction in important issues.
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future supreme court nomination, religious freedom. and for them the stakes couldn't be higher. >> for me as the battle between good and evil. i think hillary is evil. i think trump is good. is he perfect? no. >> this good and evil thing is something they believe absolutely. they describe themselves as warriors for trump that almost nothing can change. >> you literally do pray for him. >> i literally get on my knees and i pray that trump will become the president of this united states. yes. >> reporter: by the way i pointed out that there are a lot of democrats who would probably agree with that whole evil and good thing as far as what's at stake. they would disagree on who the evil one is in the equation. of course many democrats say it was donald trump. also to the debate tomorrow night, i said what would you like to see and hear from donald trump. the women say exactly as in
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debate number two. they thought he was right on message. day believe he carries that through with debate number three and they believe he'll be president of the united states. and their prayers will be answered erin. >> thank you. and "outfront" now kayleigh mcenany joins me and amanda carpenter. david gergen and jackie kis niche back with me. crystal. you heard her say she gets on her knees and prays donald trump will be president of the united states. this is not just idol support. that is deep, deep belief and these women are standing by him. >> i think that is why you see that his support, where it's stayed, it a has about wavered. our patricia murphy. they are not going anywhere and part of it is also because they dislike hillary clinton so vehemently. and so what is the alternative? if you like donald trump you are
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not okay with what he said but is it going to make you flip over? it isn't. >> kayleigh, one of these women feels like she can believe everything trump says. and then of course he's the one who said he grabs women. so presumably she doesn't believe that specific. is there anything that would make these women turn from trump? or at this point absolutely not. >> my family does the same thing. they pray donald trump does become president and the reason is not that we support his language. of course no one supports that but we realize the stakes. we realize the hobby lobby decision the right to not force companies to buy contraception. the heller decision. the right to hold a hg. the immigration recently. a four four decision. the stakes are high. and you look across the aisle and you see hillary clinton and this horrible fbi report that the state department offered a quid pro quo in the kworwords oe fbi senior official --. so you see the stakes on the
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supreme court and what's on the other side and the stakes are too high and donald trump is only answer. >> o the only issues are how he treatise treats or talks about half the population does not matter to some of o of those women. what about testimony undecideds women? he's 19 points behind with women. he's got to get more women on board. >> this is the election whether the republicans gender gap threatens to turn into a gender canyon. certainly women on that tape are remaining supportive of trump. and hillary clinton is the biggest factor in this because they are hard core republican voters who believe hillary clinton -- >> they call her evil. >> in the crimes against humanity, someone who could kill american women in military theater --. i've talked to these women. i know these women. and that grow the party? that is going to be a long-term problem for republican men if they can't figure a way to heal
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the problems donald trump has caused among female voters broadly this election. >> did you also have this belief that the media is behind these women coming forward. orchestrated. i can tell you for a fact it is not true. the 'cusers i have spoken to totoo t the. >> it is true a lot of us who are privileged live in a community of like-minded people. and i think that we reinforce each other's believes. and i think that we should not be disrespectful of people who think wait a minute, i'm outside of that circle and you guys are not thinking very much about me. so there is a community. and with regard to these women, as much trouble as i now have with trump i have a lot of respect for people following
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him. these women have legitimate concerns and grievances and we ought to respect them. at the same time they do not speak for american women more generally. we've seen understand since the first debate is a vast falling off of support for trump especially among women. he went into the first debate neck and neck. he comes out now he's seven points back. that is largely because he's been fighting against women's rights for the last two weeks. he started by attacking miss universe and all these other women. spent the last two weeks on this crazy trend. she ould -- >> harry reid coming out saying it is a sickness. does that actually help or hurt donald trump? when you have harry reid who's come out with unfounded things before. coming out and comments on this? >> i think harry reid just sort of solidifies both sides. if you like harry reid you cheer him. if you don't you hawken back to the romney days. i don't think he moves the needles. >> thank you all. and next donald trump in the air
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tonight president obama slamming trump for saying the election is rigged calling his charges unprecedented and irresponsible. >> whenever things are going badly for you and you lose, you start blaming somebody else? then you don't have what it takes to be in this job. there is no evidence that that has happened in the past. or that there are instances in which that will happen this time. and so i'd advise mr. trump stop whining and try and make his case for votes. >> trump is stepping up his warning tonight, alleging voter fraud in multiple cities. jason carroll is "outfront." >> trump is escalating talk that
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the election is being rigged against him. >> this is an election about truth. and you are not going to get it from the dishonest media. >> the gop nominee is blaming the media for playing a role in the rigging process by reporting sexual misconduct allegations against the gop nominee, which he continues to asertd are all false. >> they have rigged it from the beginning. by telling totally false stories. most recently about phony allegations where i have been under constant attack. >> all as trump digs in his heels, charging without evidence that there is a conspiracy to undermine the electoral process by allowing dead people and undocumented immigrants to cast ballots. people that have died ten years ago are still voting. illegal immigrants are voting. i mean, where are the street smarts of some of these politicians? they don't have any is right. so many cities are corrupt and
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voter fraud is very, very common. >> some of trump's floe republicans a s ars ar s ars ar as the campaign enters its final weeks trump looking to go back on offense against hillary clinton by seizing on her latest e-mail controversy after newly released documents by the fbi raise questions as to whether a state department official sought to have the bureau declassify the contents of an e-mail from clinton's private server. >> this is worse than watergate. >> while he takes aim at clinton-trump is still feuding with house speaker paul ryan suggesting the top republican in congress is not defending trump because he has his eyes on the white house in 2020. >> maybe he wants to run in four years. or maybe he doesn't know how to win. >> erin, despite a number of gop leaders who want trump to move
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off this unfounded claim that the electoral system is somehow rigged, trump continues to push it out here on the campaign. and he named three cities people should look out for. chicago, philadelphia and st. louis although provided no evidence suggesting why people should look out for those cities. he continued also to lash out at the media saying the media has been, quote, lying cheating and stealing. and he went on to stay that at this point he feel as though the media is worse than hillary clinton. erin. >> jason carroll thank you. and "outfront" republican congressman tom cole of oklahoma. the deputy majority whip and supporter of donald trump. donald trump raising allegations tonight. we just heard them. the election is rigged against them. he's been saying this again and again. there is no evidence of this. he says there is large scale voter fraud going on. do you agree with him? >> well if he wants to make the
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point that the media is uneven and scrutiny and unfair, i do agree with that. if he wants to make the point that a lot of the elites in the country have mobilized against him to an unprecedented degree, i agree as well. if you are talk about the actual election process, i don't agree. frankly i've been involved in elections my whole life. i was involved in the 2000 president usual election as chief of staff and the republican national committee in probably the most zmuted outcome of apple tile but there was no voter fraud. there were mechanical malfunctions. it doesn't occur on a scale vast enough to change the outcome of a presidential election. this system broadly remember ll opinion of the american people. i think will it do it again in three weeks. >> and trump ea's words though e impact for his supporters. he's been constantly saying the election is rigged and again and again and again he says it.
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we talked to some of them yesterday at one of his rallies about what would happen if hillary clinton won. and here is what two of them said. >> i feel like hillary needs to be taken out. if she gets into government i'll do everything in my power to take her out of power. >> is that a physical threat? >> i don't know, is it? >> there will be a civil war. and i don't know. >> do you think it will come to that? >> absolutely. you don't understand the passion in the country. i'm just one voice. there are a lot of people like me. >> are you worried when you hear words like those? >> i am. and i'm worried any time somebody delegitimatizes the election process. mr. trump was very successful in republican primaries. nobody tried to manipulate the results there. i think the same thing will be
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true in the general election. look we've got a very intense, hard fought campaign. it is highly negative. it is highly charged. i get that. but at the end of the day the people at the precincts are usually volunteers. they are your friends and neighbors. i don't know a single secretary state in the united states, republican or democrat that does not do everything possible to make sure the election is open, fair and transparent. and as a guy who used to be secretary of state i know these folks. the last people in the world that want to see anything go wrong with the election is secretary of state or chief election official this any state. >> you are being clear and adamant here the system is not rigged when it comes to the electoral process itself. you also just heard trump speak about paul ryan. he said paul ryan may want trump to lose so he can run for the white house and then went on to say he doesn't know how to win. you have worked with paul ryan
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for years. what is your response to donald trump on that? >> well frankly he doesn't know paul. and the reality is paul didn't want to be speaker. so the idea that he'd be maneuvering to be president is farfetched. he's a person of moral integrity. he's the thought leader in the republican party. he's a first class person in every way. he's led with distinction in the house of representatives. he's not trying to undermine anything. what he's trying to do is save the republican majority in the house. that is his job honestly. that is his number one job. and i think he'll pull that off in three weeks. >> congressman, just because, you know, you are saying here donald trump's wrong on b paul ryan and wrong on the electoral process being rigged. you called his comments on the "access hollywood" tape disgusting, crude and vile. yet you are still technically supporting him. others have said no way. they just can't do it anymore. what -- >> well i'm not going to be -- first of all the alternative. i'm not going to be for someone
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who systematically lied to the american people as secretary clinton has about her server and about her own actions with regard to that server, who casually put the country at risk for personal and political convenience and presided over foreign policy disasters who if she wins says she's going raise taxes, expand government and increase regulations. >> appreciate your time. >> thank you. >> and next we're standing by for donald trump. he's about to arrive in las vegas any moment now for this crucial final debate. everything on the line for him. plus a people magazine writer says trump sexual assaulted her, pinning her to the wall, forcing his tongue down her throat. her story coming up. and like father like son. donald trump jr. on tape talking about sexual harassment in the work place. >> if you can't handle some of the basic stuff that's become a problem in the workforce today you don't belong in the workforce. >> yeah. >> like you should go, you know,
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tonight donald trump sending his children to the crucial battleground states. and trump's sons have found themselves at the center of their own controversies in the campaign. >> reporter: donald trump's children, the softer side of the trump brand. >> for my fair, impossible is just the starting point. >> admired even by hillary clinton as she acknowledgecknow the last presidential debates. >> i respect his children. his children are incredibly able and devoted. and i think that says a lot about donald. >> reporter: potent surrogates, often dispatched to defend and echo thinker father throughout the campaign. >> people want the country back. >> reporter: but trump's sons have also inherited the shoot-from the hip style of their father. an examination shows donald trump jr. has mocked arabic
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names, children and beauty pageants, and in january 2012 an appearance on tv moaned about not being able to make fun of obese people. >> you can't even make fat jokes now. there is a whole segment of people. like that is almost the worst one. it is easier to do a racial thing than it is a fat one. everyone knows they are fat and get really offended. >> reporter: -- echoed just last week by trump's other son eric. in a radio interview he defend his fathers excellents on "access hollywood." >> locker room banter. that is really what it was. it was two, you know, alpha guys in a thing. and by the way it is totally unacceptable and he has apologized for it. >> reporter: but donald trump jr. in a 2013 radio interview said what is acceptable? there are some places women don't belong. >> if you have a guys place you have a guys -- >> right. >> i have a hard time letting go
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of it. maybe i'm not going to have a choice. >> reporter: trump jr. then talks about sexual harassment in the workforce. >> if you can't handle some of the basic stuff that's become a problem in the workforce, you don't belong in the workforce. teach kindergarten. >> reporter: and trump jr. also tweeted this picture comparing syrian refugees to skillets. unapologetic then and now. candidly saying reporters digging up past comments distract from the issues. >> we're not a country where everything has to be in a safe space. that is not what built this country. that is not what makes the country great. >> reporter: it is their father running for president. not them. what it does do is continue this narrative of trump versus these women. >> thank you. and now we're awaiting donald trump's rival. about to land in las vegas for the biggest event of this campaign so far. plus a people magazine writer
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new tonight. forer people magazine reporter is fighting back, slamming trump after he's repeatedly called her a liar. tonight six colleagues and close friends are coming forward to verify her story that trump pinned her against a wall and in her words, stuck his tongue down her throat. that was just beginning. i appreciate your being with paul. you are one of the calls natasha made when this happened a decade ago. she called you after this incident as she was writing this cover story for people. how did it impact her? >> well i think we can imagine how difficult it would be for a
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young woman to have gone down to florida to do what she thought was this wonderful story about donald trump and his wife expecting a baby. him becoming a father again. he was someone who often requested her to do stories for people magazine. she had an ongoing relationship with him. and suddenly it turned this other direction. and i think a lot of women watching know what happens when a business or professional relationship suddenly takes this turn. >> and she was very emotional when she spoke to you after this happened. correct? >> she was distraught as you can imagine. she was -- she was shocked. she was angry. she was upset. she was frightened. she didn't know what do. and i was one of the people that she turned to and she wanted to know what i thought she should do. >> on that front, donald trump after natasha has come forward. he's has repudiated her accusations and one of his tweets said why didn't the writer of the 12-year-old article in people magazine mention the incident in her
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story? because it did not happen exclamation point. that is his tweet. what was the reason? why didn't she come out and tell her story when it happened? >> well the first thing is that he obviously doesn't understand how stories are written. because you can't have a story about how wonderful and loving a couple they are, and oh by the way, while his wife was out of the if room she stuck his tongue down my throat and told me we're supposed to an affair. either she does that story which she was assigned or she tells the truth of what happened. what i said to her was, i don't think this is a matter for the police. it was interrupted by one of his staff before it get to a point where that might have been pertinent. and it is going to become a he said, she said and the he is donald trump and the sle is a reporter for people magazine. i don't believe he would have turned to melania and said, you know, what when you were out of the room changing cloets, yeah i
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did hit on this person. i know we're about to have a baby. of course he's not going to do that. i thought he would accuse her of coming on to him and that would turn everything upside down and. >> and at that time there were not other ak sakes out there. so she truly would have been alone in telling her story. >> exactly. >> trump has down more than deny the claim. she's insulted her personally in the last week. here he is at a rally. >> take a look. you take a look. look at her. look at her woirds. you tell me what you think. i don't think so. >> what is your reaction when you hear that? >> i'm disgusted. i think that a man who does what he did to natasha and then turns around and says what he has said, i think that it takes what he did and adds another despicable level to it. i know what he told me was true. she wasn't in 2005 calling me in anticipation of doing something negative to him in 2016 during a
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presidential campaign. that's preposterous. >> all right paul. thank you very much. we appreciate your time tonight. >> thank you. >> and we are standing by for donald trump's rival in los angeles any moment. jeanne moos is next on why everyone is saying billy bush made me do it. the open road. healthy, free, the world before me, the long brown path before me leading wherever i choose. the east and the west are mine. the north and the south are mine. all seems beautiful to me.
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the excuse that's lighting up the internet. billy bush made us do it. here is jeanne moos. >> on snl. >> your beautiful, beautiful melania. >> melania trump was portrayed as if she were ready to dump the donald. but in real life melania didn't just stand by her man. >> have a little hug to the donald. >> reporter: she partially blamed billy bush for leading her husband on. >> lead on like egg on from the host to say dirty and bad stuff. >> reporter: but nobody had to egg on the internet. instantly a new hashtag was born. #billy bush me a me do it was bosh. or ryan lochte just changed his story. he now says #billy bush made me
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do it. you know how trump is always saying: >> this whole election is being rigged. >> so of course someone tweeted now we all know who's rigging the election. #billy bush made me do it. even when cher got into the act. how can trump stand up to putin if he couldn't stand up to billy bush. this four-year-old tweeted billy bush made me put this paper towel over my head. billy is being bush whacked. john oliver said in the segment. >> bleesh is being creepy with everyone. >> how do you feel about your butt. >> where you kidding? you did not ask me that. >> i did. >> and the 2005 bus scene. melania had a name for what her husband engaged in on the bus. >> kind of boy talk. boys talk. >> with a 59-year-old boy? blame it on the 33-year-old, president trump, why did you nuke brussels?
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#billy bush made me do it. though the donald sure seems to be the alpha. >> come on billy, let's go. >> reporter: jeanne moos cnn new york. thanks for joining us. don't forget you can watch "outfront" anywhere, cnn go. ac 360 begins now. >> and good evening from las vegas. tomorrow's final presidential debate right here on cnn, donald trump speaking today in colorado. due here shortly, he'll arrive under fire to complaining that the election is being rigged against him with people magazine six people coming forward. hillary clinton hit down under new scrutiny of her state department e-mails and something completely different. video emerging of a pro clinton group of operatives talking about stirring up trouble and provoking violence at trump

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