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ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 23, 2016
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(Studio: Byron Pitts) Report introduced.

(Palm Beach, Florida: Mary Bruce) President-elect Donald Trump's nomination of two women, Governor Nikki Haley {US Ambassador to U.N.} & Betsy DeVos {Education Secretary} to his cabinet while he vacations at his resort in Florida featured; scenes shown. [In video message, TRUMP - wants us to heal our divisions.] [During campaign, HALEY - criticizes Trump.] [March 21, TRUMP - criticizes the U.N.] Campaign promises on which Trump has softened listed. [For "New York Times," TRUMP - says he can be president & run his business.] The possible naming of Ben Carson to the cabinet discussed.

(Studio: Byron Pitts; Washington: Jonathan Karl) The split within the Trump camp as to whether former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani or Mitt Romney should be selected as Secretary of State discussed.

Pitts, Byron;
Bruce, Mary;
Karl, Jonathan

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