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NBC Evening News for Saturday, Oct 08, 2016
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(Studio: Jose Diaz Balart) The firestorm in the Republican Party over comments Donald Trump made about women in an 11-year-old tape introduced; Tweet from Vice President Joe Biden quoted.

(New York: Katy Tur) The crisis in the Trump campaign after the "Access Hollywood" hot mic tape from 2005 was released with Republicans abandoning Trump examined. [Last night, TRUMP - apologizes.] [Senator Susan COLLINS†, Representatives Jason CHAFFETZ†, Joe HECK†- criticize Trump.] Wife Melania Trump quoted. [Republican VOTER, Speaker of the House Paul RYAN - comment.]

(Studio: Jose Diaz Balart) Report introduced.

(St. Louis: Kelly O'Donnell) The hacked leaks about what Hillary Clinton said in her Wall Street speeches in 2013 featured; details given about what she said about trade; scenes shown from the first debate. [Today, Bernie SANDERS - backs Hillary.] Sanders' statement today quoted.

(Studio: Jose Diaz Balart; Washington: Chuck Todd) Tomorrow's second debate, the Republican view of trying to save the party & whether he will show up for the debate so it is all about Trump's character & morality discussed.

Reporter(s):
Balart, Jose Diaz;
Tur, Katy;
O'Donnell, Kelly;
Todd, Chuck
Duration:
00:07:10

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