This program is 29 minutes long
(West Palm Beach, Florida: Tom Llamas) The controversy over Trump's right-hand pledge & new charges from Marco Rubio about Ted Cruz dirty tricks featured; scenes shown from a rally. [TRUMP - asks followers to swear.] Former Anti-Defamation League director Abe Foxman quoted likening the pledge to a Nazi salute. [On "Good Morning America," TRUMP - says he has a strong following; denies the Hitler comparison.] Mitt Romney robo-call played. [CRUZ, RUBIO - respond to charges.] The Romney robo-calls against Trump discussed.
(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.
(Cleveland: David Wright) The Democratic race in Michigan between Hillary Clinton & Bernie Sanders that could close the contest featured; campaign scenes & radio ads shown; details given about what Sanders would have to do to win. [CLINTON - calls Sanders an ally.] [SANDERS - says it is premature.] What happens if Sanders loses Michigan discussed.
(Studio: David Muir, Jonathan Karl) The Republican voters' view of Trump discussed.
(Sunol, California: Kayna Whitworth) The derailment of a commuter train in California linked to heavy rains featured; scenes shown of the rescue effort. [PASSENGER, Union Pacific Railroad spokesman Francisco CASTILLO@- describe what happened.]
(Tolar, Texas: Phillip Mena) The storms, rain & tornadoes in Texas featured; scenes shown from Saginaw, Stevenville, Cool, Denton & Tolar. [Store clerk Tanya JACKSON@, voice of photojournalist Gary UTLEE@, resident Jimmy HILL@- describe what happened.]
(Studio: David Muir, Rob Marciano) The movement of the storm system discussed; weather maps shown.
(Washington: Pierre Thomas) The investigation of the shooting by the FBI during the Oregon standoff that resulted in the death of Rober"LaVoy" t Finecum% featured; new video shown; details given about two mystery shots that might have been fired by the FBI team & a possible coverup.
(New York: Rebecca Jarvis) A look at "list prices" deals in online shopping presented; examples of original list price of product cited.
(Denver: Clayton Sandell) A new study finding chocolate improves memory & concentration examined; details given about other benefits of chocolate. [Chocolate Crisis Center co-owner Lisa HEPPNER@- praises chocolate.]