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Campaign 2016 / Democrats / Convention / Trump & Russia / Clinton #1108024

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 27, 2016
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(Philadelphia: Scott Pelley) Report introduced.

(Scranton, Pennsylvania: Major Garrett) Donald Trump’s call for Russia to find Hillary Clinton’s missing emails reviewed; details given about suspicions that Russia hacked Democratic National Committee emails and about Trump running mate Mike Pence’s threat of serious consequences for Russia; House Speaker Paul Ryan’s response quoted. [In press conference, TRUMP - tells Russia to find the 30,000 emails; says he has never spoken to Russian President Vladimir Putin.] [In November 2015, TRUMP – says he got to know Putin very well.]

(Philadelphia: Scott Pelley) Trump’s incorrect remarks about Clinton’s running mate Tim Kaine noted.

(Philadelphia: Nancy Cordes) The proceedings at last night’s Democratic National Convention reviewed; details given about the Clinton campaign’s reaction to Trump’s press conference; statement from Clinton policy advisor Jake Sullivan†† quoted. [KAINE – criticizes Trump.] [Via satellite last night, CLINTON – talks about cracking the glass ceiling.] [Delegates Lana BORESKY‡, Jamien SMITH‡- react to Clinton’s nomination.] [Former President Bill CLINTON – talks about Hillary.] President Obama’s speech tonight previewed. Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s appearance tonight discussed.

(Philadelphia: Scott Pelley) “60 Minutes” interview held with Clinton & Kaine. [KAINE, CLINTON – comment on Kaine’s experience.]

Reporter(s):
Pelley, Scott;
Garrett, Major;
Cordes, Nancy
Duration:
00:07:00

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