also, pro keystone pipeline comments. and passages in which clinton admitted to being out of touch with middle class issues.
sanders hit the frontrunner over iraq, trade, the keystone pipeline and wall street regulation the most recent c-n-n poll of polls shows clinton with 46 percent support in iowa to sanders' 44 percent support and o'malley at four percent. and rather than attacking sanders or clinton... o'malley went presidential candidate: "we are far better than the sort of fascist rhetoric that you hear spewed out by donald trump, the enduring symbol of our country is not a barbed wire fence, it is the statue of liberty."
trump is spending just under a million to air the ad in the keystone state. today we showed it to viewers in our area. getting their first look at donald trump's first general election campaign ad, voters were mixed about the message. >> the borders secure, our families safe, change that makes america safe again, donald trump for president. >> reporter: for some, the ad reinforces their opinions about trump and clinton. for others, neither candidate will get their vote. what are you going to do come november? >> personally, i'm not going to do anything. it's going to be another day for me. probably be working. >> it is more bigotry and more fearmongering and more striking at those -- those fears that something could happen to my family, or my kids. i should freak out. >> i'm not even watching anymore. >> i don't think she has the ability to lead the country. i really don't. i know she's been in powerful positions, but i like donald trump more so because he's got a business background. >> while donald trump watched tv, as secretary of state, hillary clinton ne
indicating just how important the keystone state is to the national race. >>> another big event is coming to philadelphia. the 2017 nfl draft. sources confirmed to "action news" that the annual event will be hel in the city of brotherly love next year. the official word comes tomorrow when the nfl and mayor jim kenney hold a news conference. unfortunately, though, the eagles won't have a first-round pick next year. they traded it away to get quarterback carson wentz. >> the soul is the champions! >>> there was confetti flying in the philadelphia city hall courtyard today at a celebration for the area's newest champs, the soul. hundreds of fans were there to see the 2016 arena football world champions and their shiny new trophy. mayor jim kenney saluted the team. the team said they hope their success rubs off on philadelphia's other sports teams. >>> still to come on "action news" tonight, a jersey shore beach-goer is run over on the sand. also how the eagles are helping local autism research with a staggering donation. >>> and we'll meet the newest addition at the philadelphia zoo. >>> ad
trump will spend just under a million to air his in the keystone state. luis ortiz in lancaster county tells me it doesn't make a difference. so this ad from trump and the attack ads that hillary clinton has been running for weeks in pennsylvania, not making a difference to you? not swaying you in any way? >> no, i wouldn't say so. >> now, in addition to pennsylvania, trump will run his ads in florida and north carolina. >>> turning to your first alert weather now. nbc 10 in norristown, we found these kids cooling off at the spray park. so much nicer without all that humidity. >> this morning it felt actually pretty cool. let's check in with first alert meteorologist sheena parveen. sheena, can we expect more pleasant weather like this for the weekend? >> yes, we can. but i'll tell you, it will be a little more humid and we'll have storms move in on monday especially. but for the most part temperatures will hang around 90 degrees like today. in philadelphia right now, it is 90 degrees. 87 degrees in wilmington, 82 in the pennsylvania suburbs. 88 degrees i
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