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Decision 2016 / Clinton vs Trump #1108306

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 02, 2016
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(Studio: Lester Holt) Donald Trump’s refusal to endorse Speaker of the House Paul Ryan or Senator John McCain noted; poll findings cited.

(Jacksonville, Florida: Hallie Jackson) The conflict within the Republican Party examined; details given about Trump’s praise for Ryan’s opponent Paul Nehlen. [“Meet the Press” Chuck TODD†- comments on the Trump-Ryan feud.] [TRUMP, RYAN – comment.] [TRUMP – says he always wanted to get the Purple Heart.]

(No location given: Andrea Mitchell) President Obama’s criticism of Trump reviewed. [OBAMA – says Trump is woefully unprepared; wonders why Republican leaders are still endorsing him.] [Princeton University professor Julian ZELIZER†- comments on Obama’s remarks.] Trump’s criticism of the Khan family mentioned.

(Studio: Lester Holt) Report introduced.

(Washington: Katy Tur) Trump’s fight to win over women voters examined; poll findings cited; his response to a question about daughter Ivanka and sexual harassment, Tweets from Fox News anchors Megyn Kelly & Gretchen Carlson, and passages from Ivanka’s book “The Trump Card” quoted. [TRUMP – comments on the crying baby.] [Son Eric TRUMP – comments.] [NBC political analyst Elise JORDAN†- says Trump is a throwback to a caveman era.] [At a Trump rally, WOMAN – defends a boy saying “take that b***h {Hillary Clinton} down.”]

Holt, Lester;
Jackson, Hallie;
Mitchell, Andrea;
Tur, Katy

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