"we will build a great wall along the southern border." trump continues on his promise to build a wall along the border --this following a meeting with the president of mexico where his promise to build a wall along the border --this following a meeting with the president of mexico where the issue was discussed. we have the latest from the campaign trail this morning. / plus--- we are following the latest developments as two tropical storms are threatening different portions of the country today. a very good morning el paso, las cruces, and juarez. i'm stephanie valle. and i'm hillary floren. good morning, everyone. we continue to see abundant moisture across the area which will continue to fuel scattered showers and thunderstorms today through thursday. currently there is not much of a flow pattern aloft, the intermountain west is under a very broad area of upper level high pressure. near the surface we see east and southeast winds which are continuing to help bring abundant moisture in from the east. this moisture is helping to fuel scattered showers and thunderstorms. with the abundant moisture any storms that do develop will be efficient rainfall producers. a few storms this evening and again on thursday could produce some isolated flash flooding, but without a real focus like an upper level low or a frontal system the heavy rain could fall just about any place. for now i do not see the need for a flash flood watch since there is no clear signal when or where the heavy rain will occur. to complete coverage of the presidential election. it's your voice, your vote. mexico and immigration are in the spotlight this morning... after republican presidential hopeful donald trump paid a visit south of the border for a meeting with mexican president enrique pena nieto. standing next to pena nieto, trump ditched a year's worth of tough talk. "this has been a tremendous honor and i call you a friend. that's a huge departure from day 1 of his campaign. ...accusing mexico of funneling undocumented immigrants across the border. last night--he was asked if he stands by his word when he said immigrants brought drug and rapists into this country. " a lot of the things i said ar very strong, but we have to be strong. we have to say what is happening. there is crime, as you know, there is a lot of crime and there is a lot of problems, / i really believe that the president and i will solve those problems. pena nieto himself has compared trump to hitler and mussolini. but yesterday, he soft- pedalled too, emphasizing that mexico will cooperate with whomever wins the election. / what about trump's signature campaign promise to build a wall along the border? this morning a look at what trump and pena-nieto had to say. good morning el paso's denise olivas is live with those details ... denise? donald trump's speech last night took a different tone from his meeting with the mexican president. trump insists mexico will pay for a border wall. during a news conference in mexico city-- trump said he and pena nieto did not talk about payment of the wall. immediately after-- pena-nieto took to twitter to say-- quote-- at the beginning of our conversation i made it clear that mexico will not pay for a wall. yet in last night's speech-- trump was confident that pena-nieto will come around to the idea: "we will use the best technology, including above and below ground sensors, that's the tunnels. rember that, above and below. above and below ground sensors...towers, aerial surveillance and manpower to supplement the wall, find and dislocate tunnels and keep out criminal cartels and mexico, you know that, will work with us. i really believe it. while trump also attacked president obama's past policies and hillary clinton's immigration policy-- clinton responded to trump about the border wall saying quote-- "a wall that mexico wil pay for: a bad idea from an even worse negotiator" buidling the border wall was at the top of trump's ten-point immigration policy. we'll take a look at the rest of it in our next half hour. a new poll finds hillary clinton's favorable rating is sliding and is now equal to donald trump's. according to the washington post/abc news poll... 59- percent of registered voters now say their opinion of clinton is unfavorable. that puts clinton on par with trump. he is viewed unfavorably by 60-percent of registered voters. in other news -- the u-s and russia are both trying to claim credit for the death of a key isis leader. . the pentagon confidently claimed a u-s air strik killed mohammed al-adnani. but the russian defense ministry claims on its facebook page that it was a russian airstrike. the pentagon press secretary says the u-s has no facts to support a russian strike. adnani was more than isis's chief spokesman, he also oversaw planning for the group's attacks beyond their base in iraq and syria. new this morning-- a hurricane warning is up for parts of northwestern florida -- as tropical storm hermine approaches. it's expected to continue to strengthen today and be near the coast by tonight. florida's governor has added nine more counties to a state of emergency declaration. hawaii's big island is still on alert though hurricane madeline has been downgraded to a tropical storm. an anthony police officer is accused of stealing money from the american legion. miguel saavedra was arrested by the texas rangers back on august 15th. saavedra is charged with misapplication of fiduciary property. it allegedly happened while he was off-duty. anthony police chief carlos enriquez says saavedra has been with the department for six years. he's currently on leave without pay. still no decision on whether new mexico state's starting quarterback will play this saturday in the battle of i-10 ... but tyler rogers did get some good news. the district attorney's office announced it will not prosecute rogers. he had been arrested on a misdemeanor assault charge in connection with an alleged dispute with his girlfriend. head coach doug martin had said he would wait for rogers' legal issues to play out before determing any possible punishment. 6-07... weather and traffic on the 7s... we continue to see abundant moisture across the area which will continue to fuel scattered showers and thunderstorms today through thursday. currently there is not much of a flow pattern aloft, the intermountain west is under a very broad area of upper level high pressure. near the surface we see east and southeast winds which are continuing to help bring abundant moisture in from the east. this moisture is helping to fuel scattered showers and thunderstorms. with the abundant moisture any storms that do develop will be efficient rainfall producers. a few storms this evening and again on thursday could produce some isolated flash flooding, but without a real focus like an upper level low or a frontal system the heavy rain could fall just about any place. for now i do not see the need for a flash flood watch since there is no clear signal when or where the heavy rain will occur. ...abc-7 traffic track ... now it's time to take a look at the tx-dot traffic cams... we still have much more to come here on gmep-- "there's no conflict between healthy economy and a healthy planet president obama is traveling coast to coast -- he's amplifying his call to protect the environment on a global level. plus-- a new poll showing how americans feel about traveling to zika- infected areas right here in the u.s. / and this is abc-7, where news comes first! president obama says there's no conflict between a healthy economy