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NBC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 16, 2016
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(Studio: Kate Snow) The lead in the latest NBC/"Wall Street Journal" poll for Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump outlined on screen.

(Washington: Hallie Jackson) The Trump view the system is "rigged" & the latest WikiLeaks documents from the Clinton campaign examined; Trump Tweets & Clinton e-mails on Wall Street quoted. [Running mate Mike PENCE, Newt GINGRICH, former New York City Mayor Rudolph GIULIANI - explains what Trump means by rigged.] [The Rothenberg & Gonzales Report's Nathan GONZALES†- says Trump wants someone to blame.]

(Studio: Kate Snow; Washington: Mark Murray) The gender & race breakdown & the Trump video about women in the poll discussed; statistics cited.

(Studio: Kate Snow) Report introduced.

(Washington: Kristen Welker) The view from evangelicals of the latest Trump women's issue examined; poll figures cited. [In Texas, Rev. Samuel RODRIGUEZ, WOMAN - say character matters: you cannot defend the indefensible.] Family Research Council's Tony Perkins quoted. [Liberty University Jerry FALWELL, Jr. - explains why he will vote for Trump.] Liberty University students quoted. [NBC News analyst Hugh HEWITT†- comments.]

(Studio: Kate Snow) The vandalizing of a Republican office in North Carolina reported; scenes shown.

Reporter(s):
Snow, Kate;
Jackson, Hallie;
Murray, Mark;
Welker, Kristen
Duration:
00:07:10

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