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Campaign 2016 / New York #1097675

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Apr 17, 2016
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(Studio: Kate Snow) Reports introduced.

(Poughkeepsie, New York: Jacob Rascon) The Republican race in New York after Donald Trump lost in Wyoming featured; scenes shown of Trump campaigning. [TRUMP - says the party system is rigged & Ted Cruz will be wiped out in New York; refers to "crooked Hillary."] [VENDOR - comments on sales.]

(Staten Island: Kristen Welker) The Democratic race in New York between Bernie Sanders & Hillary Clinton featured; scenes shown. [CLINTON - defends raising money.] [Clinton fund raiser actor George CLOONEY - says the money is ridiculous.] [On CNN, SANDERS - says something is wrong with funding.] The Sanders strategy noted. ["Washington Post" Anne GEARAN†- offers perspective on delegate numbers.]

Snow, Kate;
Rascon, Jacob;
Welker, Kristen

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