This program is 29 minutes long
(Cleveland: Major Garrett) The final night of the Republican National Convention with Donald Trump set to accept the nomination for president previewed; details given about Senator Ted Cruz’s refusal to endorse Trump. [Campaign chairman Paul MANAFORT- previews Trump’s speech.] [In convention speech, CRUZ – says vote your conscience.] [Later, CRUZ – says he is not in the habit of supporting someone who attacks his wife and his father.]
(Cleveland: Scott Pelley) Discussion held with Arizona delegates who support Cruz but are bound by state law to vote for Trump. [Delegates Lawrence SCHIFF, Ian MURRAY and Kathy PETSAS- comment on the crowd’s booing of Cruz; describe what they want to hear from Trump.]
(Cleveland: Julianna Goldman) The influence of Trump’s daughter Ivanka and her husband Jared Kushner on the campaign and the family businesses featured; details given about her background. [I. TRUMP – says she talks to her father several times a day.] Ivanka’s friendship with Chelsea Clinton noted.
(Cleveland: Scott Pelley) Report introduced.
(Cleveland: Nancy Cordes) The gathering of Congressional Democrats in Cleveland to rail against the tone of Trump’s campaign featured; scenes shown of Republican delegates chanting about locking rival Hillary Clinton up; Clinton campaign response quoted; ad featuring Trump praising Clinton shown. [Senator Cory BOOKER- speaks against the hate.] [
(New York: Vinita Nair) The ouster of CEO Roger Ailes from Fox News over allegations of sexual harassment from former anchor Gretchen Carlson featured; statements from Rupert Murdoch, Carlson’s lawyer and Ailes quoted. ["New York Times" media columnist Jim RUTENBERG- says our political dialog changes somewhat.]
(Chicago: Dean Reynolds) The impact of the extreme heat reviewed; scenes shown of protestors outside the arena in Cleveland where the Republican National Convention is being held; details given about the danger of going outside in Chicago due to the violence. [PROTESTOR, Chicago resident Ernestine GRIFFIN- comment.]
(No location given: Jericka Duncan) The police shooting of mental health worker Charles Kinsey in Florida reviewed; scenes shown of Kinsey on the ground with his hands up and an autistic patient at his feet; 911 tape played. [In the hospital, KINSEY - says he asked why he got shot.] [Police chief Gary EUGENE- says there was no gun recovered.] [Miami-Dade police union president John RIVERA- says an officer was trying to save Kinsey’s life.]