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Campaign 2020 / Trump vs. Biden #1262638

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 18, 2020
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(Studio: Tom Llamas) Report introduced.

(Washington: Rachel Scott) The push in the battleground states by President Trump & Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden featured; photos & video shown from the trail & of voters in line. [BIDEN - says vote today.] [Oct. 17. TRUMP - says he would lose to the worst candidate; tells Michigan the schools have to open: "Lock 'em all up."].] [[Michigan Governor Gretchen WHITMER - says his inciting domestic terrorism is wrong.] [Voce of Senator Ben SASSE - worries about a Republican bloodbath.] [Republican National Committee chair Ronna McDANIEL - responds to Republicans.] The criticism from some Republicans of Trump, who is spending a lot time in states he won in 2016, discussed.

Llamas, Tom;
Scott, Rachel

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