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NBC Evening News for Saturday, Aug 08, 2015
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(Studio: Willie Geist) Report introduced.

(Atlanta: Kelly O'Donnell) The decision to disinvite presidential candidate Donald Trump to a conservative gathering because of his comments on Fox Republican debate moderator Megyn Kelly examined; scenes shown from Atlanta. [ editor Eric ERICKSON@- says he "disinvited" Trump.] [Jeb BUSH, Senator Ted CRUZ, Governor Scott WALKER - comment on Trump.] [On CNN, TRUMP - says there was blood coming out of her eyes.] Trump's responses quoted. [In Atlanta, two PEOPLE - comment.] The exit of Roger Stone as a key Trump advisor noted.

(Studio: Willie Geist) In NBC interview, Senator Marco Rubio comments on Trump quoted. [RUBIO - offers his position on his message.]

(Studio: Willie Geist; Washington: Chuck Todd) The controversy over Trump's comments & the responses of the Republican Party & the polls discussed.

Geist, Willie;
O'Donnell, Kelly;
Todd, Chuck

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