Ben, Dana and Giselle's replay: 10/5/16

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We hope you had a fabulous morning on this rainy Wednesday. We covered a lot this morning and made sure to keep you up to date on the hottest topics. In Prince news, the Chanhassen city council came to a temporary decision regarding the anticipated Paisley Park museum. For the latest info, check out our coverage over at Go News.

6:15
In political news, we wrapped up all you need to know about the craziness in the presidential election. Last night, the vice presidential candidates took the stage to ultimately interrupt each other. Besides that, no one really answered a question fully and the general public couldn't escape the mess because it was on every single channel.

6:30
Halloween might be right around the corner, but it seemed that clowns are getting a jump on the season. Everywhere in the nation, clowns have started to invade cities and campuses. We helped you get ready, not for the zombie apocalypse, but clown invasion.

6:50 - The Trend
In The Trend today, we covered Paisley Park's plan for the upcoming museum, last night's debate, and more. While the vice presidential candidates duked it out in front of millions, Halle Berry is striking back, denying all stories that she and Rick Flair ever slept together.

7:15
A new study concluded that we are all going to have to save around 22% if we want to retire by the time we're 65, and we got brutally honest and it doesn't look like anyone will be happy and retired then.

7:30 - $1000 Minute
Will played an enthusiastic game of $1000 Minute. You could be like Will, win money and be awesome!

8:15 - Get to Know
When the boss is out of town, the office will have fun. Even so, we missed our boss and were happy that he was back in studio with us this morning. So we asked, "What is the best part of the boss out being of town?" Coming to work in your pajamas, or maybe it is all about getting in those extra 15 minutes at lunch. Whatever it might be, we helped you make your dreams come through when the boss is gone.

8:30
The clowns didn't stop and apparently the clown won't stop. We gave you up to date timeline of why and how clowns are taking over the nation to terrorize people. Make sure you tune in every day and stay up to date with all the Halloween craze.

9:30
Feels like we've left out Libertarian Presidential candidate Gary Johnson today. He's the guy that didn't know what Aleppo was, nor could he name any other foreign leader he respects... well, he spun that into something about not going to war.

9:50
Don't forget the Daily Rap Up with Chaz Kangas (@chazraps) who freestyles a secret word and recaps everything we talked about previously in the show.

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