Transcript for Donald Trump Insists the Election Process Is 'Rigged'
Welcome back. Time for our big board. Our team of insiders standing by live for more on this morning's top stories as we said, Patrick McEnroe is here at the table. We'll get to Mac in just a moment. Let's start with Donald Trump. Ramping up those allegations that the presidential election is rigged. Overnight at a rally in green Bay, Wisconsin, again hammering home the claim. They even want to try to rig the election at the polling booths and believe me, there's a lot going on. Did you ever hear of these people. They say there's nothing going on. 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? And we got Jon Karl joining us now from the battleground state of Florida which was the E epicenter of the last presidential election controversy. And don't have to tell you, trump is not letting this one go, Jon. Oh, he is up obsessed with this everywhere he is talking about this. This morning he is still tweeting about it and this is a bedrock principle of American democracy, the peaceful transition of power, the integrity of our election systems. He is saying that they don't have integrity, so I asked one of the Republican leaders he's talking about last night, I moderated a debate here in Florida last night between the senate candidates and asked Marco Rubio about this. Listen to his response. There's been a lot of question about the legitimacy of this election. Donald Trump has said this election is absolutely being rigged. This election is not being rigged and I'll explain to you why it's not in Florida and why I hope he stops saying that. Why he should stop saying that. We have 67 counties in this state. Each of which conduct their own elections. I promise you there is not a 67-county conspiracy to rig this election. Well, and that -- Here's noerz thing, robin, when you talk about this, local election officials in much of the country are Republicans, fact, in the two biggest battleground states, Ohio and Florida, the two top election officials are Republicans. But, Jon, what do they do T ensure the elections are fair and because of what Donald Trump is saying do you think this year they're extra careful? Reporter: Oh, yes, I think there will be an eagle eye on all of the election largely because of what Donald Trump is saying but really this was the case before Donald Trump uttered the word rigged. I mean, I was down here covering the Florida recount in 2000, believe me, after that process, people did a big scrub of the election process, teams of lawyers for both parties, this is something that has been looked at very carefully for a long time. Good point there, Jon. All right. Well, thank you, Jon. Now to outrage over a 911 dispatcher accused of hanging up on more than 800 emergency calls. She's now facing two misdemeanor counts with potentially more to come legal analyst areva martin joining us now. Investigators say she may have hung up on even more callers than the 800 they know about including one that ended in a fatality, but have you ever heard of anything like this? No, Michael. This is an outrageous case. This woman crenshanda Williams may have hung up on thousands of callers and as you said two really serious cases, one involving an armed robbery where there was a fatal shooting and a second one involving a woman who became unconscious. Her husband's calling 911 talking to miss Williams trying to administer cpr and she hangs up on him. Now, fortunately for this woman, she's revived and she has survived this ordeal. But these are very serious accusations against someone who was entrusted with a very serious job of providing emergency assistance and she just said she didn't have time for the callers. Accusations, areva and also charges. Two misdemeanor charges. What do you make of that? Well, I think the law that's being used to prosecute miss Williams wasn't really designed for someone in her situation. It wasn't designed for a dispatcher whose job was to provide assistance. But at least she is facing some jail time. Possibly up to a year and her supervisors are also being disciplined. Boy, that's the last thing you expect when you call 911. Areva, thank you. We move on to the controversy surround a top ranked it ennis playing, Australia's Nick kyrgios banned the rest of the season when he seemingly just quit during a match. Take a look. Doesn't even try for it. So, Patrick McEnroe, let's talk -- Horrendous. You played at the top level. Sport if thank you for saying that. You have. That's up for debate, but, okay. Not at all. When you see something like that -- Well, your first reaction is one of disgust and disdain, okay, but then when you take a step back I think you have to realize that this really in a lot of ways from kyrgios was a cry for help. I mean to hit a serve like this, to literally tap the serve as he did is basically telling everyone that I don't care. I don't want to be here. I want no part of competing in this match. This guy has a history of doing things like this. Let's also say that he's a very talented player. He's got some swagger. He's got some personality. He could be a grand slam champion if he gets his act together so I think the atp tour did the right thing, they banned him for the rest of this year but gave him an option that if he goes to see a sports psychologist and gets some help which I believe he needs that he could get the ban reduced and be ready to play at the Australian open start of next year. I think that was the right decision by the tour. Maybe that will take him to the next level. It should. It could and I think for him he's got to look in the mirror and realize that he's got a problem. I think he realizes that and he has said in some Facebook comments and some Twitter comments that he realizes he made a big mistake because initially he was yelling at people in the crowd. People were saying you be a professional out there. He yelled at the people in the crowd. He yelled at the chair umpires and said get me out of here as quickly as I can. I mean, Michael, can you imagine you letting a running back just go -- just right past you. No. No, I don't think so. Not on purpose. That's what this guy did, did it on purpose. You think it's a bigger issue here. There's a bigger issue that he has and I think we need -- he needs to understand that there are consequences for his actions but he also needs to understand -- we need to understand in the tennis world this guy needs some help and we should give him some help. Hopefully he'll heed the advice and can end up being a great player you said he could be. Now, thank you, pat, areva and Jon, thank you all so much.
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