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reading them. thanks for joining me today for "the real story." short reporting". >> a love triangle at the supreme court and could affect the federal government's power over our lives. >> maybe the best story of the day, the crack-smoking mayor of toronto, ontario, now admits he did indeed smock -- smoke crack in a drunken stupor. will he tell us it was excuse enough? we'll have live coverage because we can. is it okay for your doctors to lie? what if they're not lying to you but trying your insurance company? and how would you like to get free money from the atm. the cash machine that was handing out big bucks.
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let's get to it. >> good tuesday afternoon to one and off. we're about to hear from the mayor of toronto. after month office denials, the mayor, bob ford, today admitted to reporters he did indeed smoke crack. listen. >> do you known crack cocaine? >> exactly. yes, i have smoked crack cocaine. >> when -- >> but no -- do i? am i an addict in no. have i tried it? um, probably one of my drunken s tu pors approximately a year ago. >> stride it a year ago. the mayor of the fourth largest city in north america has smoked crack. employs last week say they recovered a deleted video that the mayor apparently showed the mayor smoking crack. cops say the video came from a hard drive they found during a raid back in june. report arers have gathered
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outside mayor ford's office before the announcement, and it seems none too pleased about it. >> can you get off my driveway, please? >> can you get off my property, please? >> can you get off my driveway? can you get off my driveway? get off my property, please. get off my property. take it off my property. >> they did not leave the property. they came back as he got into the vehicle. toronto is canada's largest city, a little bigger than chicago, and the fourth largest city in all of north america. mexico city, new york, los angeles, and the home of the crack-smokearch toronto. 15% of canada's entire population lives there. john roberts, i'm wondering if we're going to get an announcement from the mayor of toronto. >> reporter: it's where i grew up so this is of particular interest to me. the mayor is about to come out of his chambers. we're hearing he could do one of
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three things. he could resign. may take a leave of absence until the new year, or he could, because he is such a mercurial character, come out at the last minute and say, i'm going to stay and fight this. it's not a surprise to anyone that he actually smoked crack cocaine. what is really a surprise he acknowledged it. you might remember in spring the toronto star said they had seen the video that showed pictures, images, of the mayor smoking crack. he denied it. what this other case is about that led to disclosure or of -- of this tape, map tried to retrieve the video. chargeed with extortion, and may have tried to get rid of the video. can the mayor survive this? people like his low-tax policies and is a man of the people. but when you admit to smoking
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crack when you're the mayor of a big city like that it, it might beatle difficult to survive. >> it happened in washington, if i remember. >> reporter: it did. but marion berry faced charges and was convicted and did come back into politics. here's the thing that rob ford has going for him. if he does not resign outright today there is no mechanism in canada to recall him, and they say a day in politics i a long time, week is forever. he has a year until the next mayoral elections come around to clean this up. if he decides to take a leave of absence, he has a lot of time to try to repair his image. he is going ton something of an apology tour as well. if he does resign, that's it for him. >> we'll watch this. we're expecting him to walk out at any moment. john, he tried very hard not to answer the question. today, as he finally came out and answered id, he said you
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didn't ask the question right before. i'm not an addict but, yeah, you now, i've smoked crack. >> people did ask the question, shep, and they asked it the correct way and a number of times. he chose not to answer it. the fact that the police chief came out and it do have been after rob ford fully believed the tape has been wiped from the face of the earth and said, we found a deleted file on a computer, we recreated and it it does show the mayor doing something, which we're not going to describe, but something that the police chief said disturbed him and was disappointment and he was between a rock and a hard place. >> he certainly was, a rock and a hard place of his open making. he is well-known -- he admitted he likes to drink a lot and he referred to that as he spoke to reporters earlier. >> do you smoke crack coke sustain exactly. yes, i have smoked crack
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cocaine. >> when -- >> but no -- do i? am i an addict? no have i tried it? probably in one of hi drunk 'stuporss, approximately a year ago. >> his using the fact he likes to drink as healthier. >> he is actually -- if you go to youtube and search rob ford drunk, you'll find videos from a street festival, a very famous street to the east of downtown toronto, back in august, where he was kind of stumbling around, asking people if they wanted to go party, assuring people he wouldn't drive home, even though he had driven to the party. then there's the story of a legendary st. patrick's day party that took place in this city hall offices in which security guards say they saw him wandering the halls halls of cil with a half finished bottle of brandy. there were other issues that
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involved a couple of women not on his immediate staff. >> yes, as you mentioned earlier, for a number of reasons, some of you listed, he still is pretty popular. >> reporter: it's bread and butter issues. comes down to the economy. rob ford is cutting taxes, trying to get rid of the fees that drive people crazy. he is a real retail politician. he'll sometimes go out and mediate a fence dispute between two neighbors, and he is very popular in the surrounding suburbs of the city of toronto. makes like north york. the folks downtown -- downtown is like chicago, because the further downtown you go the more expensive it gets. not your typical inner city. those people don't like him and think he is a national embarrassment. one current city council member with whom i used to work in toronto some years ago, adam vaughn, said he is a profoundly difference funkal person who -- difference funkal person who has
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failed his way to the top. so people downtown don't like him, it in suburbs like him because the economy is doing well, and their taxes are lower than they have been. >> has he ever had attendance problems? does the fail to show up for work or shown up drunk? >> he shows up in a number of different states and does that when he goes out in public as well. the one thing that rob ford does, which kind of affects his attendance, he coaches a football team. a high school football team. and sometimes he has been known to leave city council meetings to coach the team. but there's no question, shep, he is a bombastic character, political bully, unlike most politicians that canada has ever seen. let alone the city of toronto, and canadaans are known for politicians who are bland, some say boring. this guy totally broke the mold among the politicians, but that's why regular folks like him so much. are they willing to cut him a break? unclear. but if he does, let's say, step
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aside, gift his act together, he could stand for re-election. a lot of people in canada think he has a better than even chance of winning the second term. >> does he have political support in his own political apparatus to prop him up for a while in the middle of the storm? >> rob ford has something following him called ford nation. 22 to 25% of the electorate who are hard-core, hard and fast, set in concrete, never say die, i'll always be with you, voteres. but he needs more than that to win. should be noted that because canada doesn't slow directly for the prime minister, it's the party that wins the most votes, the person who leads the party becomes the prime minister, so each and all of the individual members in parliament getting very small slice of the vote. rob ford has had more people vote for hi directly than any other politician in canada. 350,000 to 360,000 votes in 20,
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an awfully large number so he has a lot of people behind him. just a question of how many people will stay with im, depending on what he does here, and if he resigns doesn't matter who stays with him. >> what is his family and stepped family? what that their possession -- their position has been in. >> his lowest family member, his brother, doug, is a city council member as well who created a successful business in chicago and then moved back to toronto. doug ford may in some way be the catalyst for everything that is happening today. the two of them have a radio show on news talk 1010 they air on sunday, which which rob ford apologized for bad behavior. he didn't admit 0 smoking crack cocaine. said he had been hammered at this food festival. and then this morning, his brother, doug ford, went on the radio, and took a real swipe at toronto's police chief, bill blair, saying he ills the most political police chief the country has ever even, certainly
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the city as seen, and he should step down because he has prejudiced the case against rob ford because he said the video was in existence. it could be that even though the police chief said i'm not going to respond to such attacks it could be somebody made a phone paul and said to rob ford, we know what you did on this tape, and if you want to take on the police chief, we'll make your life difficult. i've heard other reports that because his brother, doug, was not in his presence this morning, ford just decided he would call an audible and go out and do this and say,. >> smoked crk cocaine, and according to a source i talked to agent while ago, he did call a reporter from one of the local newspapers after that announcement and said, you know, it really feels like a two-ton weight has been lifted off my shoulders by finally coming clean. >> thanks very much. john roberts, wealth of information. a toronto native himself. so here's rob ford, the embattled mayor of toronto. we expected to hear from him 12
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minutes ago. never note what's going on in the mayor's office. right now they're waiting outside the mayor's office in a media scrum to hear what he will say next. will he resign? i don't know what's about to happen. we'll have it for you live when it does happen. there was hearing on obamacare, what it means for you and your family, your health care and your future. this is "shepard smith reporting" from fox news channel. we'll wait for the mayor of toronto, eh. the day we rescued riley,
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14 minutes past 3:00 in toronto, ontario. we're still waiting for the mayor, who admits he smoked crack, who is alleged to have said in this same video of another political canadian leader, he is -- a word that can mean two things, it can mean cigarette if you're in great britain or a pejorative if you're in the united states, that word, and called his football players very bad words as well, while smoking a glass pipe full of something or other, which he now admits was crack cocaine. the question is now will he resign. in this morning's edition of the toronto star newspaper, he says he will not. could he call an audible and do just that? we'll take you there live when whenever the crack-smoking mayor steps out. >> a top health official says the obamacare webs is working better any day. some senators say the web site is not the only problem.
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today was round two of questions for the head of the centers -- medicare and medicaid services. she said the obamacare enrollment site is a lot better than when it first launched last month. she says it can now process five users per second. with almost no errors. >> we know that consumers are eager to purchase this coverage, and i want to assure you that can and will be fixed quickly and we're working literally around the clock to make that happen. >> one republican senator called the web site problems just the tip of the iceberg. he put up a chart referencing people who had to pay higher prums and those finding out they can't keep their old insurance plans. that was one of president obama's promises, of you like your plan, you can keep your plant, but it turns out some cases it's true and some cases it's not. the white house now says you can keep your plan if it didn't change after the president signed the healthcare law.
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one senator asked this leader where the white house would support a bill to let all americans keep their current insurance. >> why not put the president's words into law and simply say, if you like the plan you have, we're not going to decide for you, you can decide it, use as an individual, if you like the plan you have, you can keep it without having to change a thing. >> they were given the option of renewing with a new plan , and yes, maybe some of the plans were more expensive, but i would encourage those individuals to go on the web site, take a look at what is available on the individual market in tennessee. i think you will see that the pricing in the individual market actually came in about 18% lower. >> the white house also would not say whether the president will back a bill to let folks keep their current insurance. lawmakers have introduced the bills in both houses of congress. peter doozey has this live from d.c. a lot of questions about the security of the web site. do we have any clarity? >> reporter: there are two main components to the federal
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marketplace. there's he hub that verifies people's i'ds, then there's the actual exchanges and when the exchanges went live they had never been security-tested altogether. only in pieces. >> was there ever any end testing on the exchange? >> there was end-to-end testing on the hub. he exchange. >> there was individual modular testing and demonstration testing inside the exchange, meaning we had sample cases, sample situations we tested through. we could not test live until we went live. therefore the temporary authorization. >> reporter: she says the security testing will never end. >> did she say how often the site would go down for maintenance? >> reporter: yeah. every day there's 1:00 a.m. to 5:00 a.m. outages that are critical for software upgrades thatting finally fixing
12:19 pm but one senator who says that outages on the east coast are not convenient for consumers all the way cross the country. all the way. >> you have the time period that alaskans would be able to actually sit and move through any aspect of this exchange and you're shut down. can you give me some indicator as to when this might be available for all americans to take a look at? >> yes. the software fixes will just be done during this month. >> so far more than 700,000 applications for coverage have been submitted. more than half of them in the federal marketplace. that's all we know. that's all she would say. she promised the october enrollment statistics will be our then weeks. >> this is herring the democrats and helping the republicans. >> you look at the latest gallup daily tracking poll, president obama's approval rating --
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there's a lot of daylight between the number of people that proof of his job, 39%, and the number who disapprove 53%. the sloppy rollout of healthcare -- of obama cars and the surprises that have come with that have been grabbing headlines you. heard her say there and you have heard multiple administration officials promise they're working to fix everything as soon as possible. the nfl player benched amid bullying allegations in south florida has more 'splaining to do. video surfaced showing the defensive guard going on a bizarre n-word rant in a bar with his teammates this could be the undoing of more than one individual. we're still watching our good friends in toronto as the wait for the mayor to come out of his office. he was expected out 20 minutes
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24 minutes past the hour. and love in toronto, ontario, we're still waiting to her from the mayor of toronto who admitted he smoked crack. his lines for the media have been fantastical up to now. he said the star reports are path lodge allies, and on his future, referring to his drinking, i can assure people hopefully it doesn't happen again. did you hear that? and on his previous denials of his crack smoking, quote, you didn't ask the correct question. hopefully they will when this
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media event gets underway just moments from now. >> the suspended miami dolphins player at the center of a nasty nfl bullying investigation apparently within on a shirtless tirade in a bar in florida. we have the video here. [bleep] [bleep] [bleep] [bleep]. [bleep]. >> hmm. according to the gossip web site tmz, the video shows the guard, richie incognito, very much not incognito, stomping around and yelling the n-word and he was with his teammates. before the video surfaced the doll finds indefinitely suspended him. that was sunday night. and hours after the fish indicated they and the nfl were investigating reported bullying and abuse of another offensive
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player, jonathan martin. martin left the team last week after an incident in the lunchroom where teammates reportedly got up and left the table as soon as he sat down. with a note to seventh grade. sources tell fox sports at incognito sent threatening and racially charged text messages and voice mail, and incognito said, hey, what's up you half n-word. i'm not going to slap your real mother across the face. fu, you're still a ricky. -- still a rookie. i'll kill you. the nfl players association is in contact with both players. the players union sent a statement, and i quote, we expect the nfl and its clubs create a safe and professional work place for all players and that owners, executives, coaches and players, should set the best
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standards and examples. steve harrigan here. some are saying incognito finished with the dolphins. i wonder where this is going. >> reporter: an ominous sign for richie incognito's future. the club store today pulled his jerries, number 68, from the store shelves. so he smooth not be around long but this player kept making mistakes and given more chances. he was kicked off the university of nebraska by two different coaches for off the field behavior. he was kicked off of oregon but still drafted. later kicked off by the st. louis rams for arguing with a coach and now suspended from the miami dolphins. for 30 years he has always gotten a pass so he may get another one. >> are any of the other dolphin
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players talking? what are they saying? >> perhaps surpriseingly inside the locker room the comments about incognito is favor able they say he's the guy you want on your side in a bar fight. >> got to take your back, i'd pick richie. >> to some degree i think -- i don't want to call hazing. that's a rite of passage, this league is a group of elite men. an fraternity, brotherhood, and there's a membership. you have to pay your dues to get certain privileges. >> there's been no public comment from the bullying victim, jonathan martin. he is presumed to be out in california with family members. >> steve, thanks very mump. the first tuesday after the first monday in november and that means every year it's a lex
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day somewhere in u.s.a. folks are voteling on gambling and marijuana and even a potential 51st state. want another state? how about toronto. in toronto, we're still waiting for the embattled mayor to speak, and we have been for the past 29 minutes and six seconds. if he speaks can rest assured, we shall be there. it's half past the hour and we're waiting for the mayorment -- mayor. at's today? [ male announcer ] we'll be with her all day to see how it goes. [ claira ] after the deliveries, i was okay. now the ciabatta is done and the pain is starting again. more pills? seriously? seriously. [ groans ] all these stops to take more pills can be a pain. can i get my aleve back? ♪ for my pain, i want my aleve. [ male announcer ] look for the easy-open red arthritis cap.
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in virginia the latest polls show the democrat, terry mcauliffe, ahead of ken cuccinelli. president obama spoke another a rally for mcauliffe over the weekend, and if they win in that state, democrats will control everything in -- after a presidential election year for the first time since the early '70s. the attorney general, cuccinelli, tried to make the race a referendum on the president's troubled healthcare overhaul. and it could affect how they prepare for elections next year let's get back to ed. the latest in new jersey there was a funny headline this morning that said the new york
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mayor race is over at 8:00 a.m. and that the jersey governor's race is over at 8:00 a.m. but people have to vote first. >> they do and given the polling, i can see what the headlines are about. the race took on a larger question, can governor chris chs christie win the white house? and part of the case is his appeal among republican voters. even some democratic politicians support him. >> no reasthe shutdown. the tea party used it as a bargaining chip should never be used as a bargaining chip. >> that was terry mac -- >> if you look at both races, christie wins big in new jersey and if attorney general ken
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cuccinelli in the state of virginia fails to capture the governorship there this evening, the republicans will say these elections prove tea party republicans are failing to attract a wide enough section offed so voters, and terry mcauliffe has been roundtabling -- been labeling the republican as an extremist. >> obamacare is why this race is a horse race at this point. i was the first to fight and it terri mcauliffe didn't think it went far enough. a stark contrast. >> that's the line from his opponent, ken cuccinelli. he said he fought it as attorney general and the race it shaping up across the river. you look at what this could mean in virginia, and political analysts are saying, looking forward to elections in the future, especially when it comes to the mid-term election, turnout is expected to lower
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than presidential elections. the u.s. supreme court taking off a bizarre case of a poison payback and the cheating husband. a tabloid soap opera for sure but raises questions including about how much power the federal government should have. here's the back story. a woman in philly says she decided to take revenge after she found out her husband was cheating on her with the best friend. the husband and the best friend had a baby together, so she was sure they were cheating. the wife says she used her skills as a microbiologist to whip up a chemical con cox containing arsenic. she sherrod the mess over the mail box the car and everything else of the friend, all places the victim would touch. seems the worst injury was nothing more than a burnt thumb. nothing else at all. bus it involved tampering with mail box, the feds got involved.
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and listen to the charge they came up with. violating a treaty that regulates chemical weapons. the woman end up in federal prison, and that brings us to the arguments today before the supreme court. on one side the federal government, which claims the chemical weapons charges were the right call, on the other side, attorneys for the scorned woman who claim the government overreacted and that the feds should never have been involved in the first place in what was really a local domestic dispute. so the attorneys argue it's the constitution that sets the federal government's powers, not treaties. with us now, former federal prosecutor, ann marie mcavoy. this is weird. why not charge her with, in the stay, with, say, attempted murder? >> or given the injury, all she had to do actually was poured a little cold water over her finger. she didn't need in the treatment. it probably --
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>> but, but, but, if i shoot at you ten times and i miss you ten times, you can still charge me with attempted murder. i was trying to murder you. >> but given what she did, putting it on door handles, this was never going to kill this woman. >> okay. >> you would normally be looking at an assault charge, harassment charges, state charges and that's what you would expect, and essentially that is what the arguments the woman before the supreme court are that's what she ooh have been charged with, not some use of chemical weapons and six years sentence, because the problem is now she is facing a six are-year sentence in federal court as opposed to perhaps three months to 25 months if she would have been looking at in the statement the bigger issue here, of course, is the federal government again usurping power from the states? normally the states have the power. somebody has a little problem like this, the state deals with it. now the federal comes in and say
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we come in and say we have this treaty and we have to implement this international treaty that says it applies to chemicals and if you're not looking for peaceful purpose and it's not peaceful because she is trying hurt the other woman, therefore we have a right to handle a simple assault. >> it's absolutely incredible. i don't know how the supreme court will rule. bit i think it's safe to say that the intend of the treat ya was not to issue the whom who was mad about the husband having a baby with the friend. >> one of the justices said they were flabbergasted by the claim that the federal government had the right to come in and prosecute a case like this. normally there's some sort of federal issue, some sort of greater good, and clearly doesn't jibe with the legislators had in mind. it's a great example -- i teach at law school. i teach my students prosecutors have discretion and have to
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exercise discretion when they are handling a case. sometimes you don't bring a case even though under the letter of the law you have a right to bring it. and here they brought the case under the letter of the current law they have the right to bring it, but there's a very good chance the supreme court is going to say, this is going be aon what is intended. >> good money on that. word today that your doctors may be liars. there's a study that shows their lies could actually be helping you so in that case a lie is good. and then there's toronto. where there really wasn't as much as a lie as an obfuscation. we're waiting for the mayor to talk about this crack-smoking habits and see if he decides it's time to not be mayor no mo. he may be 42 minutes late, but we can wait.
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we're still watching here in toronto, eh? there is new activity.
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let's listen in for a second. >> all yelling at each other. they're good. thankfully. the mayor has not yet come out of the office. and that one is going to unplug right now it would appear. our understanding was that they were going to hear from the mayor at the top of the hour, mayor rob ford, who admitted he smoked crack, but we haven't heard from him and this guy has put his camera down. hash tag crack-smoking mayor is trending now on the twit. so if you want to go over there, you can do that. and if you hang out here, if he ever comes out, we'll listen to him. he said he would speak at the top of the hour. and, there's a chance your doctor is lying. not to you but for you. that's the word from a new study.
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researchers say they have surveyored hundreds of dollars, many of them sometimes lie to insurance companies in order to get care the patients need. doctors went as far as to embellish certain symptoms to get approval for certain medications, testing and therapy. the survey appeared in the october issue of arthritis and resume ma tim. you're a member of the fox news a team. >> indeed. >> doctoring tilling a fib to get me free rehab? >> it's more than that. i'm going to be a little surprising here and come out in favor of mild lying. i mean, as a for you say it would be great if my wife could stay overnight. still not recovered from the pregnancy. and say she is a little more sick, you get the overnight. so some lying goes on, or at
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least pushing the truth, because you want to capture benefits the insurance company is saying, huh-uh. >> the same -- is the same thing true, for instance, for something more serious like pain medication? >> oh, yeah, so you've been saying i'd rather do this without you making me go home right away, or i need an extra dose of pain medication, the doc is trying to work through red tape set up deliberately by insurance to try to contain costs. you want to -- an attorney who fights to you. you want a doc that fights for you. i didn't good to bold lying but pushing it. that's what the study shows. doctors are willing to push it. you'd want that doctor to take care of you. >> i would. but i wonder how the insurance companies are going to fight back against this. >> they're going to make it tougher. they may prosecute a couple of the doors saying that was fraud. you said shep is sick and he is
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not sick. on the other hand, everything has a certain spin. we know that from rob ford and toronto: there's measurement here, the spin doctor goes through in an era when everybody is concerned about cost containment, i'm going to try to felt you resources and wig al bit. >> hollywood a-listers-members of congress, victims of a big old hack attack. they include donald trump and tom hanks, and those hackers may have gotten a lot more than just credit card information. even their secret limousine demands. that's ahead. you wonder if the limousine has ever been to a crack house? because it's my understanding that the accusation is that the video was made in a crack house. how do we know it was a crack house? well, there's no sign that says crack house, but it appears to those who are familiar with crack houses, this one matches all the characteristics of the
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after 57 minutes or so of keeping -- after 53 minutes of keeping us watching in the mayor's office door, we now know he is coming out at 4:00. they used to say 3:00. i have not fibbed. now they say 4:00. i don't know. i do know they just did -- i believe it was the toronto star newspaper -- global news -- did a poll just yesterday, after he had come out with his apology to the people of toronto, and his approval rating, it's now at
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43%. higher than a certain president i can think of. >> hackers broke into the database of u.s.a. limousine software company and stole permanent -- personal information about this customers, including hollywood a-listers and congress people and athletes. the software company is called, corporate car online. it provides reservation tools and data security from limo companies chaos the can you tri. it includes credit card numbers and specific client demand. possible victims including one tom hanks who is lested as a very iv ip customer, and also the nba star nope as lebron james, and the billionaire businessman,p. trace gallagher has here. the limo company bills itself as very secure.
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>> reporter: in fact their motto is, trust us, because your data is secure. then some cybersecurity experts looked into corporate car online and find out their software is outdated. some programs as old as 14 years old. they were hacked by the same group that lacked into adobe and and they sell the celebrity information online. once your hacked it's tough to recover. >> looks like a lot of their data was taken. so, i don't know how you get that genie back in the bottle. it's just plain text. it wasn't encrypted. hundred of thousands of decreed card numbers. >> donald trump likes the front seat of his see dan clean. tom hanks does not want you talk only the cell phone. lebron james is picked up at a
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private entrance, and aaron rodgers likes three bottles of water. >> trace gal negotiation nice to see you. we're waiting for the mayor. . the job jugglers. the up all-nighters. and the ones who turn ideas into action. we've made our passions our life's work. we strive for the moments where we can say, "i did it!" ♪ we are entrepreneurs who started it all... with a signature. legalzoom has helped start over 1 million businesses, turning dreamers into business owners. and we're here to help start yours.
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well, we're wrapping things up because the mayor has not made it out. but over here they're having quite a scrum. today we got word -- he has made some admissions and the reporters are running everywhere. i wonder if he slipped out the back door. all those people and all the cameras are standing there and waiting and said we won't open in the door until 4:00, 4:00 eastern. now standard time. won't open the door until then. well, it's not quite 4:00. but they opened the door, and all of a sudden there's chaos. so they're all moving to another location. my guess is our guy will disconnect his -- well, he can walk freely. he ised a as vaned as the news
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deck. could he win re-election, quoting a professor at the university of toronto, he could easily be elected. you're right. this is bizarre. keep in mind, toronto is the fourth largest city in north america, and now even its bonds, if you can believe it, its municipal bond have been getting whip sawed in the markets on the latest revelations that toronto mayor rob ford probably smoked crack, and more than once. something he denied, and this scrum, we're looking at, everyone is waiting to hear what the mayor is going to do whether he is going to step down or elaborate on an admission on a rideow talk show. i cannot stress enough how this type of bizarre activity, especially when it concerns prominent big-city mayors, seems to come i