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Campaign 2016 / Clinton vs. Trump / Muslim Speaker #1101463

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Jul 30, 2016
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(Studio: Kristen Welker) Report introduced.

(Pennsylvania: Andrea Mitchell) The campaigning by Hillary Clinton & Tim Kaine in the fight for Rust Belt votes featured; scenes shown from Pennsylvania. [CLINTON, Donald TRUMP - campaign on jobs.] [Two RESIDENT - comment on jobs.] [Princeton University professor Alan KRUEGER†- assesses the campaign promises.]

(Studio: Kristen Welker) Report introduced.

(Denver: Jacob Rascon) The fallout from Trump's response to the Muslim father of a fallen military son who spoke at the Democratic convention examined. [On ABC, TRUMP - says he has sacrificed to create jobs; questions Khizr Khan's wife not saying anything.] [Mother Ghazala KHAN†- comments on her grief over her son.] [K. KHAN - says repudiate Trump: moral insanity.]

(Studio: Kristen Welker) The guest on tomorrow's "Meet the Press" Named.

Reporter(s):
Welker, Kristen;
Mitchell, Andrea;
Rascon, Jacob
Duration:
00:05:10

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