NBC Evening News for Monday, Jul 18, 2016
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(Cleveland: Hallie Jackson) The chaos at the Republican convention with protests against candidate Donald Trump reviewed; poll findings cited. [Several PEOPLE – comment.] [Senator John McCAIN – jokes about not being in Cleveland.] [Trump aide Paul MANAFORT- comments on former rival Governor John Kasich’s decision not to attend.] [Former Senator Bob DOLE – comments on the absence of many prominent Republicans.] [Reality show star Willie ROBERTSON- supports Trump.]
(Cleveland: Lester Holt) Earlier interview held with Kasich about the convention and Trump’s message. [KASICH – says we have different values, directions & philosophy; reacts to criticism from Manafort.] NOTE: technical glitch.
(Cleveland: Lester Holt, Chuck Todd, Savannah Guthrie) The drama at the convention, the rift among Republicans and Trump’s introduction of wife Melania tonight discussed.
(Cleveland: Stephanie Gosk) Concerns about security for protestors outside in the streets featured; scenes shown of the crowds and police.
(Cleveland: Lester Holt) Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s speech before the NAACP convention noted.
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