NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 05, 2012
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(Charlotte: Andrea Mitchell) The venue change for tomorrow’s finale to a smaller setting featured. [The Weather Channel’s Chris WARREN- notes no place outside is safe in a thunderstorm.] [Obama campaign advisor Melody BARNES- says people understand we don’t want them hurt.] [3 PEOPLE – react.]
(Charlotte: Brian Williams) Report introduced.
(Charlotte: Chuck Todd) The complications for the convention and last night’s proceedings at the convention reviewed; details given about the fuss over the addition of God and Jerusalem to the Party platform; tribute to Senator Edward Kennedy that included an attack on Republican nominee Mitt Romney from 1994 shown. [First Lady Michelle OBAMA – says success isn’t about how much money you make...] [Massachusetts Governor Deval PATRICK– says Romney did not fix Massachusetts.] [NARAL president Nancy KEENAN- says a woman considering an abortion should not be forced to have an ultrasound.] [San Antonio Mayor Julián CASTRO- says his mom fought hard for civil rights...] Speeches tonight by Elizabeth Warren and Charlie Crist noted.
(Charlotte: Brian Williams, David Gregory) Clinton’s speech discussed.
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