This program is about 1 hour long
(Windham, New Hampshire: Kristen Holmes) Donald Trump’s campaign appearance in New Hampshire after a rough week filled with controversies previewed.
(Studio: Poppy Harlow) Live discussion held with CNN political commentators Ryan Lizza, Jeffrey Lord and Maria Cardona about Trump’s campaign; poll findings from Georgia & Pennsylvania cited. [LIZZA, LORD, CARDONA – offer views on Trump’s ad depicting Hillary Clinton as a short circuiting robot when talking about her email and remarks from Senator Pat Toomey indicating he is distancing himself from Trump.]
(Chicago: Rosa Flores) The latest developments in the shooting of 18-year-old Paul O’Neal reviewed; videos shown; details given about the O’Neal family’s lawsuit against the police department. [O’Neal’s sister Briana ADAMS, police superintendent Eddie JOHNSON- comment.]
(No location given: Jessica Schneider) The high stakes for presidential candidates Hillary Clinton & Donald Trump in Ohio examined; details given about the push-and-pull over efforts to register more voters and Trump’s feud with Governor John Kasich. [3 VOTERS, Hillary for Ohio advisor Aaron PICKRELL, Cuyahoga County Republican chairman Rob FROST– comment.] [CLINTON, TRUMP – campaign.] [University of Akron Institute of Applied Politics director John GREEN- says the ground game matters.] [KASICH – warns against nominating the wrong Republican candidate.]
(Washington: Jim Sciutto) The White House efforts to defend itself against the ransom claims featured; details given about presidential candidate Donald Trump’s reversal of his claim about a tape showing the money coming off a plane and questions about whether the payment was contingent upon the release of the Americans. [OBAMA – says this wasn’t some nefarious deal.]
(Studio: Poppy Harlow) Live conversation held with CNN political analyst Josh Rogin about the ransom issue; statement from Senator Tom Cotton quoted. [OBAMA – comments on the Iran nuclear deal.] [ROGIN – says this is how diplomacy works; asserts it is too early to tell if the Iran deal is working.]
(Rio de Janeiro: Sanjay Gupta) The state of medical care in Rio de Janeiro for Brazilians while excellent care is available for Olympic athletes & tourists featured; scenes shown of overcrowded hospitals where wait times can be days; details given of concerns about a mass terrorist attack. [Council for Medicine Dr. Nelson NAHON- says every day in Rio we lack 150 beds for emergency care.] [Americas Medical City Rio 2016 director Dr. Antonio MARTTOS- says for the athletes and people inside the venues we are ready to take care.] What happens to the extra resources after the Games discussed.