Transcript for 9-year-old’s Halloween treat for kids affected by wildfire
Time for us to check in with Kyra Phillips in Washington for the latest headlines. Hello, Kyra. Reporter: Good afternoon, T.J. We begin today with the final face-off between president president trump and former vice president Joe Biden tonight in Tennessee. Plexiglass barriers up already at Belmont university in Nashville as final prep is under way. That showdown one of the last opportunities to change the trajectory of this pivotal race. Just 12 days away from counting the votes. At least 44 million Americans have already voted. Tune into our coverage here on ABC news beginning at 8:00 P.M. Eastern. Washington reeling after word of ramped up Iranian and Russian efforts at election interference. The directors of national intelligence and the FBI announcing foreign entities have stolen American voter information trying to influence our election. The revelations prompting briefings on capitol hill. ABC news learned threatening emails were sent to Florida voters ordering them to vote for president trump. They appear to be sent by the ultra right wing proud boys, but actually were sent by Iran. A hearing expected today on those children still separated by their parents at the U.S. Border at Mexico. Court appointed lawyers say the government failed to track the families of those separated at the border. The government is saying without evidence, that the families don't want their children back. Finally this girl pitching in to help western wildfire victims, making sure kids are not forgotten. She's creating Halloween goody bags with donations, even including her own piggy bank money, and also to get jackets for those kids who lost so much. Amy, all of us here at "Gma3" obviously saluting this young girl and the 130 goody bags she's already made. Organizations like big brothers and cyst sisters and mountain strong supporting her as well. As a mom, it's a dream to have a daughter with such compassion. Kindness is the most important and you can see it there in her smile. Thank you for bringing that to us, Kyra. We appreciate it.
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