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Campaign 2016 / Clinton vs. Trump #1104206

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Nov 05, 2016
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(Studio: Jose Diaz Balart) The final arguments from presidential candidates Donald Trump & Hillary Clinton three days before the election introduced; map shown of Trump's stops.

(Philadelphia: Kristen Welker) The focus by the Clinton campaign on getting out the minority vote featured; scenes shown of the Clinton surrogates in battleground states, including performers Beyonce, Jay Z & Katy Perry & of a Clinton ad. [In rainy Florida, CLINTON - campaigns.] [With Rev. Al Sharpton, President OBAMA; political analyst Stuart ROTHENBERG - talk about getting out the vote.]

(Studio: Jose Diaz Balart) Report introduced.

(No location given: Hallie Jackson) The Trump campaign & "Wall Street Journal" allegations Trump had an affair with a Playboy model & new questions about Melania Trump's immigration status featured; scenes shown of the two in North Carolina; details given about her visa issue. [August 11, 9, 3, TRUMP - talks about legal immigration.] Trump's focus on Michigan & Pennsylvania & his targeting of Democrat strongholds noted. [NBC's Jon RALSTON - says there is no logic to Trump's state stops: a Hail Mary.]

(Studio: Jose Diaz Balart, Chuck Todd) The importance of the Latino/Hispanic vote for the Clinton campaign & where Trump could win: Michigan, discussed.

Reporter(s):
Balart, Jose Diaz;
Welker, Kristen;
Jackson, Hallie;
Balart,, Jose Diaz
Duration:
00:06:40

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