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Campaign 2016 / Democratic Debate #1093255

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Dec 20, 2015
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(Studio: Tom Llamas) Report introduced.

(New Hampshire: Cecilia Vega) Last night's Democratic presidential candidates debate & the issue of the breach of Hillary Clinton's voter data by Bernie Sanders' staff featured; scenes shown. [SANDERS - apologizes.] [CLINTON, SANDERS, Martin O'MALLEY - talk about Wall Street, guns. common sense & Donald Trump.] [CLINTON - says Trump is becoming the best recruiter for ISIS & "may the force be with you."]

(Studio: Tom Llamas) Report introduced.

(Washington: Devin Dwyer) The Republican response to Clinton's claims about Trump & ISIS examined; scenes shown from Jeb Bush's campaign video; details given about the brawl over amnesty between Ted Cruz & Marco Rubio. [By phone, TRUMP - says she made it up; comments on Russian President Vladimir Putin.] [Clinton communications director Jennifer PALMIERI@- comments on Trump.] [CRUZ - opposes legalization.] [RUBIO - criticizes Cruz.]

Llamas, Tom;
Vega, Cecilia;
Dwyer, Devin

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