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ABC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 20, 2016
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(Studio: Dan Harris) Report introduced.

(Bedminster, New Jersey: Mary Bruce) President-elect Donald Trump's meetings with possible cabinet selections New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, Gen. James Mattis {Secretary of Defense}, Jack Keane & Mitt Romney {Secretary of State} featured; scenes shown; details given about the issue of Trump's businesses. [During campaign, TRUMP - backs waterboarding.] [Senator John MCCAIN - opposes waterboarding.] [During campaign, TRUMP, ROMNEY - criticize each other.] [On CNN, Trump chief of staff Reince PRIEBUS - denies any undue influence.] A report that Melania & Barron Trump will stay in New York discussed.

(Studio: Dan Harris) Report introduced.

(New York: Ron Claiborne) Trump's duel with "Hamilton"'s cast's criticism of Vice President-elect Mike Pence examined; scenes shown of a cast member reading a statement & from a "Saturday Night Live" skit. [PENCE - reacts; says he was not offended.] Trump's critical Tweet quoted. ["Hamilton" actor Brandon DIXON†- defends his statement to Pence.] [On the street, two THEATERGOERS - comment.]

Harris, Dan;
Bruce, Mary;
Claiborne, Ron

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