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NBC Evening News for Saturday, Jun 29, 2019
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(Studio: Peter Alexander) Report introduced.

(Seoul, South Korea: Hans Nichols) The status of US-China trade after the G20 summit & President Trump's meetings with Russian President Vladimir Putin & Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman examined; scenes shown of Trump with China's Xi Jinping; details given about allowing trade with Huawei, the issue of the death of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi & Trump's critique of President Jimmy Carter. [TRUMP - says we will not lift tariffs, but will work with China; says he gets along with a lot of people like Putin, who denies meddling; states Senator Kamala Harris got too much credit.]

Alexander, Peter;
Nichols, Hans

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