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ABC Evening News for Thursday, Jun 06, 2019
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(Normandy: David Muir) The 75th anniversary today of the World War II allied invasion of the beaches in Normandy, France, introduced; scenes shown of ceremonies on stage & the burial crosses.

(Normandy: David Muir) The ABC News report on the 75th anniversary of D-Day that turned the course of World War II introduced.

(Normandy: David Muir) The day in Normandy, France, for the American veterans of D-Day featured; scenes of the group of five men on the beaches of to Normandy with French President Emmanuel Macron & President Trump there shaking hands with veterans Stan Friday, Vincent Unger, Jack Claiborne, Harold Himmelsbach, a standing ovation from the crowd, the awarding of the Legion of Honor & the flyover shown. [MACRON - says we owe our freedom to you veterans.] [TRUMP - says you are the pride of our nation.] [FRIDAY - comments on being on the stage; remembers his friend, who died here.]

(Normandy: David Muir) Today's later story on Normandy with the veterans & on "Nightline" noted.

Reporter(s):
Muir, David
Duration:
00:05:50

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