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Trump / Omarosa Book / Charlottesville, Virginia, Anniversary #1128533

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Aug 11, 2018
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(Studio: Whit Johnson) Report introduced.

(Berkeley Heights, New Jersey: Tara Palmeri) The call from President Trump for racial unity on the anniversary of the unrest in Charlottesville, Virginia, & charges of racism from Omarosa Manigault, who was fired from the White House last year, featured; Trump tweet quoted; details given about the White House response to her book excerpted by the "Washington Post." [Last year, TRUMP - criticizes bigotry on many sides & there is blame on both sides.] [MANIGAULT - says he wants to start a race war.] [TRUMP - calls Omarosa a low life.] Omarosa's changing story discussed.

(Studio: Whit Johnson) Further coverage of the Trump story on "This Week" noted.

Johnson, Whit;
Palmeri, Tara

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