CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 19, 2016
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(Cleveland: Nancy Cordes) The controversy over Melania’s speech reviewed; details given about Vice President Joe Biden’s plagiarized speech in 1987. [Trump campaign chairman Paul MANAFORT, New Jersey Governor Chris CHRISTIE- deny the speech was cribbed.] [RNC chair Reince PRIEBUS- says he would probably fire the speech writer.] [DNC chair Debbie Wasserman SCHULTZ- states the Republican convention is not ready for prime time.] [Former Trump campaign manager Corey LEWANDOWSKI, Trump backer Newt GINGRICH – offer views.]
(Cleveland: Scott Pelley) Donald Trump Jr.’s defense of his stepmother noted. [In earlier interview with Norah O’Donnell, TRUMP Jr. – says he is proud of her; comments on Lewandowski’s criticism of Manafort.] The similarity between Warren G. Harding’s speech in 1916 to John F. Kennedy’s speech 45 years later noted.
(Cleveland: Major Garrett) Day 2 of the history-making convention reviewed. [Senator Jeff SESSIONS – announces Trump’s nomination.] [TRUMP Jr. – comments on his upcoming speech.] [Earlier, Speaker of the House Paul RYAN, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McCONNELL- comment on the prospect of endorsing Trump.] [Trump running mate Mike PENCE – says the time has come for us to come together.]
(Cleveland: Scott Pelley) Report introduced.
(Cleveland: DeMarco Morgan) The protests outside the convention center featured; scenes shown from Cleveland’s Public Square; details given about the “split and move back” law enforcement technique.
(Cleveland: Scott Pelley) The views of former steel workers in Lorain, Ohio about the election featured. [At Three Star Restaurant, Lorain residents Nancy TOLLIVER, Carlos HERNANDEZ, Jessica RUCKER, Nelson FONTANEZ, Joe RICE, Julio MENDIOLA- comment on the closing of the mills; talk about being undecided between Trump or Hillary Clinton.]
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