NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 26, 2016
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(Philadelphia: Kristen Welker) The historic night at the convention, where Hillary Clinton will be named the Democratic nominee for president, featured; scenes shown of the emotional brother of Bernie Sanders and from last night of disgruntled Sanders supporters; poll findings cited. [Earlier, SANDERS – admonishes a crowd for booing.] [Vice President Joe BIDEN – says Sanders’ supporters will be fine.] [Governor Ed RENDELL- says voters don’t know the softer side of Clinton.] [Last night, comedian Sarah SILVERMAN- tells Sanders supporters they’re being ridiculous.] [Last night, First Lady Michelle OBAMA – criticizes Donald Trump.]
(Philadelphia: Lester Holt) Report introduced.
(Philadelphia: Peter Alexander) A visit with 102-year-old Arizona delegation honorary chair Jerry Emmett presented. [EMMETT - explains why she was emotional casting the majority of delegates for Clinton.]
(Philadelphia: Lester Holt) Earlier interview held with President Obama. [With Savannah Guthrie, OBAMA – comments on Russia’s involvement in the hacking of DNC emails to help Trump; comments on Trump’s admiration for Russian President Vladimir Putin.]
(Philadelphia: Andrea Mitchell) Michelle Obama’s rousing speech last night reviewed; Tweet from President Obama and statement from Trump quoted; details given about Michelle’s complicated relationship with Clinton. [OBAMA – praises Clinton; says she wakes up in a house built by slaves.] [2 MEN – praise the speech.]
(Philadelphia: Lester Holt, Chuck Todd) The different tone to the convention tonight as compared to last night’s rocky start discussed.
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