ABC Evening News for Thursday, Jul 28, 2016
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(Philadelphia: Cecilia Vega) Tonight's speech by Hillary Clinton at the Democratic National Convention after President Obama's speech last night previewed. [OBAMA - says there has been nobody more qualified than Clinton to serve as president; speaks about Donald Trump; notes we all make mistakes, but she has been there for us.] [Last night, Vice President Joe BIDEN, former New York City Mayor Michael BLOOMBERG - attacks Trump.] The Clinton-Obama embrace shown. How Hillary will be introduced by daughter Chelsea tonight discussed.
(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.
(Philadelphia: Jonathan Karl) What Clinton's appeal will be tonight to independents & Republicans outlined.
(Studio: David Muir) The reaction of Trump to Hillary speaking tonight reported.
(New York: Tom Llamas) The explanation from Trump he was being sarcastic about Russia hacking into her e-mails reviewed. [Earlier, TRUMP - tells Russia to find her e-mails.] [Voice of running mate Mike PENCE- blames the national media: it was sarcasm.] A statement from Clinton campaign communications director Jennifer Palmieri about Trump & "sarcasm" quoted. Trump telling supporters not to watch her speech discussed.
(Studio: David Muir) The ABC interview with running mate Tim Kaine presented. [KAINE - talks about what Vice President Joe Biden said about Hillary, what she will reveal tonight, what might be in Trump's taxes about his businesses, what Trump said about Russia, e-mails, the election & "sarcasm."]
(Studio: David Muir) The ABC News coverage of the Clinton speech tonight noted.
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