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Campaign 2016 / DNC E-Mails / Clinton / Trump #1101259

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Jul 24, 2016
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(Philadelphia: David Muir) Report introduced.

(Philadelphia: Cecilia Vega) The resignation of Democratic National Committee chairman Debbie Wasserman Schultz due to the uproar over hacked DNC e-mails indicating a bias against Bernie Sanders examined; scenes shown from Philadelphia; e-mails about Sanders quoted. [CLINTON - introduces running mate Tim Kaine.] [KAINE - speaks.] [In interview, CLINTON, KAINE - talk about Donald Trump.] [SANDERS - backs Clinton.] Clinton's decision to pick Kaine discussed.

(Philadelphia: David Muir, Jonathan Karl) The allegation from the Clinton campaign that the Russians were behind the DNC e-mail attack & how Wasserman Schultz was pushed out discussed.

(Philadelphia: David Muir) The attacks from Trump about the e-mails scandals noted. Report introduced.

(New York: Tom Llamas) The attacks from Trump on both parties examined [TRUMP - says it was an optimistic speech.] [In his speech, CLINTON - recounts the threats, the terrorism; criticizes Ted Cruz; promises a superPAC against Cruz & John Kasich.]

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

Muir, David;
Vega, Cecilia;
Jonathan, David Muir,;
Llamas, Tom

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