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Decision 2016 / Mystery Candidate #1124200

NBC Evening News for Monday, May 30, 2016
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(Studio: Thomas Roberts) Report introduced.

(Washington: Hallie Jackson) The buzz surrounding the possibility of a prominent independent presidential candidate reviewed; scenes shown of Hillary Clinton††, Bernie Sanders†† and Donald Trump†† on the campaign trail; Tweets from Trump and political analyst Bill Kristol† quoted; details given on speculation over whether Mitt Romney††, Ben Sasse††, Condoleezza Rice††, Paul Ryan††, Susana Martinez†† and Gary Johnson†† will enter the race. [The Rothenberg and Gonzalez Political Report Stuart ROTHENBERG†- says people who don't want to vote for either of the candidates will be looking to send a message.]

Reporter(s):
Roberts, Thomas;
Jackson, Hallie
Duration:
00:02:10

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