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Campaign 2016 / Republicans / Convention / Melania's Speech / Trump, Jr. #1101094

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 19, 2016
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(Cleveland: David Muir) Report introduced.

(Cleveland: Tom Llamas) The focus on last night's controversial speech by Donald Trump's wife, Melania, that paralleled the 2008 speech by Michelle Obama examined; Tweet from Jarrett Hill about the two speeches quoted. [M. TRUMP - speaks.] The speeches by Melania & Michelle shown side-by-side. [Before, Melanie TRUMP - says she wrote it herself.] [Trump campaign manager Paul MANAFORT - reacts; blames Hillary Clinton.] The response from the Clinton campaign discussed.

(Cleveland: David Muir) The earlier ABC interview held with Donald Trump, Jr., presented. [TRUMP - talks about the speech he will give tonight, the process of writing his speech, Melania's speech & who wrote it with speechwriters, about Manafort's role; downplays the Melania speech plagiarism issue & Republican split; promises to talk about his father, a great man.]

(Cleveland: David Muir, Jonathan Karl) Tonight's roll call vote in the arena discussed,

(Cleveland: David Muir) The ABC News convention coverage outlined on screen.

Muir, David;
Llamas, Tom;
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