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CNN Evening News for Sunday, Jul 24, 2016
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(Philadelphia: Erin Burnett) Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s plans to tour 4 states during the Democratic National Convention and his attacks on rival Hillary Clinton noted. [TRUMP – says Bernie Sanders was gamed and the choice of Tim Kaine as Clinton’s running mate was a slap in the face to Sanders.]

(Philadelphia: Erin King, John King) Trump’s agenda this week and Kaine’s impact on Clinton’s campaign in swing states discussed; map shown.

(Philadelphia: Erin Burnett) Live interview held with Trump’s campaign manager Paul Manafort†. [Clinton campaign manager Robby MOOK†- comments on claims the Russians are leaking emails to help Trump.] [This morning, SANDERS – says his supporters understand Trump has got to be defeated.] [In earlier joint interview, CLINTON, KAINE – comment on Trump’s name-calling.] [MANAFORT – responds to the DNC email scandal; raises concerns about national security; denies knowledge of ties to Russia; says this is an absurd conversation; criticizes the failed leadership of President Obama.]

Reporter(s):
Burnett, Erin;
John, Erin King,
Duration:
00:11:40

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