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NBC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 13, 2022
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(Studio: Kate Snow) Report introduced.

(Capitol Hill: Allie Raffa) The crucial victory for President Biden & the Democrats with the win in Nevada for Senator Catherine Cortez Masto over Adam Laxalt guaranteeing a majority in the Senate with Republicans concerned about former President Trump's plans to run again examined; details given about House races & control. [BIDEN - says he is pleased.] [CORTEZ MASTO, Senator Chuck SCHUMER, Senator Raphael WARNOCK, Georgia opponent Herschel WALKER - speak after the wins.] [Speaker of the House Nancy PELOSI - comments on the House.] The threats to Representative Kevin McCarthy's hopes to be speaker discussed.

(Studio: Kate Snow) Report introduced.

(Phoenix: Vaughn Hillyard) The fallout of the midterm elections for the Republicans with Trump getting the blame examined; details given of losses for election deniers in battleground states, on possible challenges to the Senate leadership of Senator Mitch McConnell. [Governor Chris SUNUNU, former New Jersey Governor Chris CHRISTIE, Governor Larry HOGAN, Senator Bill CASSIDY, Representative Jim BANKS - offer views on the outcome.] Trump's plans to announce his 2024 presidential run on Tuesday discussed.

Snow, Kate;
Raffa, Allie;
Hillyard, Vaughn

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