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NBC Evening News for Saturday, May 28, 2016
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(Studio: Kevin Tibbles) Report introduced.

(San Diego: Katy Tur) The violent clashes in San Diego outside a Donald Trump rally & his criticism of the "Mexican" judge handling the Trump University case featured; scenes shown of the crowds & police & from inside the rally. [DEMONSTRATOR - criticizes Trump.] [TRUMP - speaks about the judge Gonzalo Curiel†† railroading him.] Trump's plans to be in Washington with the Rolling thunder bikers & the issue of Trump's fund raising for veterans noted. [BIKER - wonders what Trump believes.]

(Studio: Kevin Tibbles) Report introduced.

(Santa Barbara: Chris Jansing) The Democratic fight to the finish between Bernie Sanders & Hillary Clinton featured; scenes shown from the campaign trail in California; details given about the I.G. report on Clinton's e-mails. [SANDERS - campaigns; says we will win California.]

Tibbles, Kevin;
Tur, Katy;
Jansing, Chris

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