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Midterm Elections / The Race / Health Care #1131568

ABC Evening News for Friday, Oct 26, 2018
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(Studio: David Muir) A reality check on the midterm elections reported; Fox poll findings on voters' view of Obamacare cited. "State of the Race" report introduced.

(Missouri: Mary Bruce) How Republican candidates are now embracing pe-existing conditions examined; TV ads shown. Trump tweet on pre-existing conditions quoted. [In Missouri, TRUMP, Senate candidate Josh HAWLEY† - back pre-existing conditions.] [In interview, HAWLEY - says he wants the protection without Obamacare.] The position of Missouri incumbent Senator Claire McCaskill noted; ad shown. [On the bus, McCASKILL - says Hawley is lying.]

(Studio: David Muir; Capitol Hill: Mary Bruce) [Former President OBAMA - criticizes the Republicans on pre-existing conditions.] The voters' concern about health care with President Trump still undercutting the law discussed.

Muir, David;
Bruce, Mary

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