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Campaign 2016 / Clinton vs. Trump / FBI & E-Mails #1104230

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 06, 2016
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(Studio: Kate Snow) Report introduced.

(Manchester, New Hampshire: Andrea Mitchell) The letter from FBI director James Comey the Clinton-related e-mails found on a laptop belonging to Anthony Weiner did not alter the FBI view of Hillary Clinton & the last days of the campaign examined; letter quoted. [Earlier today, Donald TRUMP calls Clinton the prime suspect in a criminal investigation.] [In Cleveland, basketball star LeBron JAMES, CLINTON - campaign.] [In Pennsylvania, CLINTON - says the stakes are too high.] [In Florida, President OBAMA - campaigns.]

(Studio: Kate Snow) Report introduced.

(Moon Township, Pennsylvania: Peter Alexander) A tense day of campaigning for Trump featured; details given about the Michigan & Minnesota campaigns. [TRUMP - says Clinton will be under investigation for her many crimes, "this is bigger than Watergate."] [Trump campaign manager Kellyanne CONWAY - comments on the FBI investigation.] [Reno, Nevada, anti-Trump protester Austyn CRITES††- describes what happened.]

(Studio: Kate Snow, Chuck Todd) The impact of the initial FBI letter on the vote, the lesser impact of the new letter, where the race stands discussed; battleground map shown.

Reporter(s):
Snow, Kate;
Mitchell, Andrea;
Alexander, Peter;
Chuck, Kate Snow,
Duration:
00:07:50

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