Hurricane Matthew Stirs Up the Campaign Trail

Both candidates sent Tweets in support of those in the storm zone.
2:33 | 10/07/16

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Transcript for Hurricane Matthew Stirs Up the Campaign Trail
In the meantime to the race for president also being affected by this hurricane to presidential candidates forced to respond. To a potential natural disaster here both candidates weighing in today and you'll hear what they said. Also the presidential debate commission tonight saying it is game on the debate will go on regardless of this hurricane. Here's ABC's Tom got Osama camping trip. Tonight in Battleground Florida Hillary Clinton and don't throw shutting down their campaign offices. For once both on the same page Clinton tweeting I urge everyone to follow emergency instructions and evacuated or told to trump warning. If your home is in the path of the hurricane and you are being advised to leave you need to do so right now. The storm comes with both hated it's deepened debate prep. Are bringing video of the for a showdown. Aides wanted to point out his reactions under flyers who perpetuated a false claim that does involve going after them on line. Then he called her. Miss housekeeping because she was Latina trump being told he doesn't always have to get the last were dated. Donald supported the invasion of Iraq wrong that is absolute wrong proved over and over again. Roy action his campaign has accused Clinton of using canned Ronnie. And that mrs. Clinton was aired really trying to get out this five or six Zealanders that she had rehearsed shot. A number of days. But now they're working on the roads lingers for trump hoping he will deliver them and tonight pro. Has struggled the debates town hall format in New Hampshire he's coached New Jersey governor Chris Christie. Trump's opponent Hillary Clinton has more experience fielding questions in town halls. Forty going to you about then all that's bullying can you tell me a little bit more about why that's on your mind. Her kid pinpoints some moments like that went where she hoped that little girl. A personal connection with voters. But Clinton had a rough outing at a recent TV town hall tonight she's deepened debate prep and her team predicts she'll face a less testy trump. On Sunday night. And David tonight both campaigns with an eye on hurricane Matthew. The Clinton Campaign hoping they change the voter registration deadline in Florida the cut off is next Tuesday. So far no word if that's gonna happen. David. Tommy Thomas in New York City forest tonight Tom our thanks to you and a reminder the second presidential debate. Is now just three days away of course will have complete team coverage Sunday night 9 PM eastern right here on ABC LB joining George in the powerhouse political team of course. Our own Martha Raddatz co moderating we'll see you Sunday night for that.

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