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Campaign 2020 / Trump vs. Biden / Trump Rallies #1262653

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Oct 18, 2020
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(Studio: Major Garrett) CBS tracking polls on the lead by over President Trump in battleground states on Wisconsin & Florida cited; scenes shown of lines of voters. Report introduced.

(Las Vegas: Weijia Jiang) Trump's tallies in states with high coronavirus rates featured; scenes shown from Nevada. [Last night, TRUMP - says we are rounding the corner with the coronavirus.] [In North Carolina, BIDEN - says we have not turned the corner; says "it's go time."] [In Michigan, TRUMP - says the schools should be open.] [Michigan Governor Gretchen WHITMER - says his inciting domestic terrorism is wrong.] [On CNN, daughter-in-law Laura TRUMP - defends Trump.] Twitter's removal of a tweet from Trump associate Dr. Scott Atlas about masks not working quoted. Trump's strategy for this week's debate discussed.

Garrett, Major;
Jiang, Weijia

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