This program is 29 minutes long
(Capitol Hill: Mary Bruce) The view from the House Oversight Committee that former national security adviser Michael Flynn likely broke the law in not disclosing his business dealings with Russia examined; details given about money he received from Russia & Turkey & how he could face prison time. [Representative jason CHAFFETZ- says it was inappropriate for Flynn to take money from Russia.] [Representative Elijah CUMMINGS - says the White House won't provide any paper.] [White House press secretary Sean SPICER - calls requests outlandish.] The response of Flynn's lawyer about his trip to Russia discussed.
(Berlin: Linzie Janis) The rough reception in Germany for Ivanka Trump at a women's conference featured; scenes shown from Berlin where she spoke about child care & family leave. [TRUMP - supports her father with women.] [Two BERLINERS - offer views on Ivanka.] [On NBC, TRUMP - talks about her father, who likes to hear divergent viewpoints.] What Ivanka said about what brother Eric said about her advice to her father on the Syria bombing discussed.
(White House: Jonathan Karl) The question of whether President Trump will delay funding of his border wall to get the government funding bill passed examined. [TRUMP - says the wall will get built.] [Senator Charles SCHUMER, White House press secretary Sean SPICER - comment on the wall & funding.] The ruling by a federal judge blocking a Trump order to deny funds to sanctuary cities discussed.
(Los Angeles: Kayna Whitworth) A deadly highway inferno in Los Angeles with a multi-vehicle crash featured; scenes shown from the freeway with audio played. [California Highway Patrol Ryan BEHAR- comments.]
(New York: Linsey Davis) New images of the United Airlines airplane passenger, Dr. David Dao, who was dragged out of his seat, featured; scenes shown from inside the plane cabin; details given from the police report blaming Dao. [Dao attorney Thomas DEMETRIO- comments.]
(Grand Rapids, Michigan: Alex Perez) The tense confrontation in Michigan between police & five young black boys featured; scenes shown from Grand Rapids of the boys in the street with armed police, who then debated events with the parents.