This program is 29 minutes long
(Harrisburg, Pennsylvania: Chip Reid) Trump's campaign-style event in Pennsylvania after 100 days in the White House featured; details given of his efforts in legislation, executive orders, his low approval rating in the CBS News poll, his victory of getting Neil Gorsuch on the Supreme Court. [Waiting, two Trump SUPPORTERS - back Trump.]
(Studio: Reena Ninan) Further coverage of the John Dickerson interview tomorrow noted.
(White House: Paula R eid) Federal immigration raids reviewed. [Feb. 2015, President TRUMP - says drug dealers & criminal aliens are being thrown the hell out.] A statement from Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly about the raids quoted; "Washington Post" statistics cited. Problems with the DHS database cited.
(Studio: Roxana Saberi) The deportation of an American businesswoman, Sandy Phan-Gillis†, from China after she was convicted of espionage reviewed; photos shown. [At hearings, husband Jeff GILLIS†- describes what happened to her.] [Senator AL GREEN - comments on her case.] The role of President Trump's administration in securing her release discussed.
(Los Angeles: Mireya Villarreal) The 25th anniversary of the riots in Los Angeles after the freeing of police officers in the Rodney King beating case featured; scenes shown of the 1992 unrest. [Disc jockeys Andre RUSSELL, Ron McHUGH- recall what happened: it was inevitable.] [Community Coalition lawyer Karen LAYNE, former gang member BUSINESSMAN - say we need community involvement.]
(US Mexican border, Arizona: Carter Evans) The opposition to President Trump's border wall from a Native American tribe in Arizona featured; scenes shown from Tohono O'odham land. [Tribe member Verlon JOSE- says he can cross the border.] [Pinal Count Sheriff Mark LAMB- shows the border crossing path: the wall would be a deterrent.]
(Rome: Seth Doane) The second day of the visit by Pope Francis to Egypt featured; scenes shown of the passing pope in a Fiat & an open cart & the pope with the people; details given of recent attacks on the Christian minority in Egypt.
(Berkeley, California: Ben Tracy) The inspiring story of forgiveness from Holocaust survivor 95-year-old Ben Stern presented; scenes shown of Stern & 31-year-old roommate Lea Heitfeld, whose grandparents were German Nazis & is now getting a degree in Jewish studies. [STERN, HEITFELD - talk about each other, the Holocaust.]