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NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jul 16, 2017
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(Studio: Kate Snow) Report introduced.

(Piscataway, New Jersey: Kelly O'Donnell) The delay of the vote on the Senate health care bill due to unexpected surgery for Senator John McCain & President Trump & the Russian interference probe featured; scenes shown of President Trump in Bedminster, New Jersey, as well as health care protesters; details given of divisions within the Republicans over the legislation & about the meeting of Donald Trump, Jr., with a Russian lawyer & others. [Senator John CORNYN - speaks about the vote.] [On CNN, Senator Susan COLLINS - speaks about the bill.] President Trump's low approval rating in the ABC News/"Washington Post" poll cited. [On morning TV, Trump lawyer Jay SEKULOW - downplays the meeting.] [On CBS, Senator Mark WARNER†- wonders if there were more meetings.] The plans for a Trump's "Made in America" theme week celebrating the American worker noted.

Snow, Kate;
O'Donnell, Kelly

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