This program is about 13 hours long
(Studio: Poppy Harlow; No location given: voice of Brianna Keilar) Clinton’s fight for votes in Pennsylvania & Ohio, her failure to address Trump’s criticism of Khizr Khan’s speech at the Democratic National Convention, and running mate Tim Kaine’s ability to attract working class voters discussed.
(Studio: Poppy Harlow) Report introduced.
(No location given: John King) The different paths that will get both Clinton & Trump to 270 electoral votes examined; map shown.
(Studio: Poppy Harlow) Live discussion held with University of Virginia Center for Politics Larry Sabato & political analyst Josh Rogin about the fight for votes in the Rust Belt. [SABATO, ROGIN - express views on the campaign, the economy, the conventions.]
(Dallas: Ed Lavandera) The deadly crash of a hot-air balloon near Lockhart, Texas reviewed; scenes shown from the crash site. [Witness Margaret WYLIE- describes what she saw and heard.] The NTSB’s safety recommendations for piloting balloons and the debate between the NTSB and the FAA discussed.
(No location given: Anderson Cooper) Interview held with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange about the release of the emails. [ASSANGE – comments on the timing of the release; says we have more material related to Clinton’s campaign; denies the assertion that he is anti-Clinton; says if we don’t understand what our institution is doing we have no hope to reform.]
(London: Clarissa Ward) The situation in Aleppo updated; scenes shown from the besieged city. [State Department spokesman John KIRBY- says the people of Aleppo should be able to stay in their homes safely and to receive humanitarian access.] [U.N. special envoy for Syria Staffan de MISTURA- says the clock is ticking for the Aleppo population.] The siege of Homs recalled.
(No location given: Jeff Zeleny) Clinton’s bus tour reviewed as she & Kaine try to make their case against Donald Trump. [CLINTON, KAINE – campaign; criticize Trump.]