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Campaign 2016 / Republicans / Convention #1101070

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jul 17, 2016
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(Cleveland: Lester Holt) Report introduced.

(Cleveland: Stephanie Gosk) The high security alert in Cleveland on the eve of the Republican convention after the shooting in Baton Rouge & the attack in France examined; scenes shown from the streets of Cleveland. [Cleveland Police Patrolmen's Assn. Steve LOOMIS†, carrying rifle, MAN, city council safety board Brian CASEY, bookstore OWNER, police Chief Calvin WILLIAMS - comment on safety.]

(Cleveland: Lester Holt) The standings of Donald Trump & Hillary Clinton in the latest NBC News/"Wall Street Journal" poll outlined on screen.

(Cleveland: Hallie Jackson) Trump & the deep divide within the Republican Party examined; scenes shown from Cleveland; Trump Tweets quoted; Republican voter poll figures cited; details given of the issue of Trump's Muslim ban & who will speak at the convention. [Trump campaign adviser Paul MANAFORT†- talks Trump.] [RNC chair Reince PRIEBUS†- backs Trump.] [Vice President nominee Mike PENCE, TRUMP - speak out.]

Reporter(s):
Holt, Lester;
Gosk, Stephanie;
Jackson, Hallie
Duration:
00:05:40

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