This program is 29 minutes long
(Studio: Brian Ross) More information about terrorism bomber Ahmad Rahami featured; surveillance video shown; details given about his father's allegation; Ahmad's trip to Pakistan, where he married Asia Bibi, who left the US in last June & his personal journal. [Father Mohammad RAHAMI- says he called the FBI in 2014.] [ABC News Richard FRANKEL- explains questioning the wife.] The issue of other Rahami family members & more federal charges against him discussed.
(Studio: David Muir; Washington: Pierre Thomas) The FBI follow-up on the father calling his son a terrorist after a dispute discussed.
(Tulsa: Clayton Sandell) The investigation of the deadly police shooting Friday of an unarmed motorist, Terence Crutcher, in Tulsa, Oklahoma, by Officer Betty Shelby reviewed; scenes shown with audio played; details given about whether the shooting was justified. [Shelby attorney Scott WOOD- describes what happened at his car.] [Shooting victim's attorneys Benjamin CRUMP, David RIGGS- defend his actions.]
(David Wright) The investigation of whether Donald Trump settled business lawsuits using charity funds examined; details given from the "Washington Post" about the Trump lawsuits. [TRUMP - defends business.] [Then-Florida attorney general Pam BONDI- denies trading a campaign donation.] [With ABC, TRUMP - says he has given over 100 million to charity.] [President OBAMA - compares the charity of the two candidates.]
(Studio: David Muir) Word that former President George W.H. Bush could vote for Hillary Clinton noted.
(Kenansville, North Carolina: Tom Llamas) Trump, immigration & terrorism examined; details given about Don Jr.'s Tweeted poisoned Skittles analogy to Syrian refugees. [TRUMP - says immigration security is national security: it's radical Islamic terrorism.] [Sept. 5, TRUMP - says no Syrian refugees.] The news about the Bush vote discussed.
(California, Syria: David Muir) The story of Syrian refugees in the US featured; scenes shown from Modesto, California. where six-year-old Hala started school & from earlier of her family's arrival in America. [Donald TRUMP - says if I win they're going back.] A look in Syria as to how the vetting process works featured; scenes shown from Amman of the hopeful undergoing the process. [State Department's Judy CONSTANT- explains the refugee interview process.]
(Studio: David Muir) Further coverage of the story on "Nightline" noted.
(Los Angeles: Matt Gutman) The announcement from actors Brad Pitt & Angelina Jolie of their divorce examined; family photos shown.
(Atlanta: Steve Osunsami) The story of Robbie Heil, the waterboy for a Michigan high school football team who has Down syndrome, presented; scenes shown from the football field where Robbie got to score a touchdown. [Robbie's MOTHER - offers thanks.]