This program is 30 minutes long
(White House : Kelly O'Donnell) The reaction of the US trading partners, the Republican Party & from inside his team to President Trump's tariffs on steel & aluminum examined. [June 28, 2016, TRUMP - speaks for American steel & aluminum.] [On "Face the Nation," Senators Lindsey GRAHAM, Joe MANCHIN, Des Moines steel company owner Tharren KEITH- react to tariffs.] [On "Meet the Press," Commerce Secretary Wilbur ROSS- downplays retaliation.]
(Studio: Kate Snow) Reports introduced.
(Vietnam: Janis Mackey Frayer) The warning from China about a reaction to the impact of Trump's tariffs on the Chinese economy examined; details given about risk to US exports & the China-North Korea relation ship.
(London: Ali ARouzi) The reaction in Europe if import taxes are enacted featured; details given about concerns held by Germany & British Prime Minister Theresa May.
(Ripley, West Virginia: Ron Allen) The massive strike by West Virginia teachers over a promised pay raise examined; demonstrations swoon. [Two striking TEACHERS - complain.] [West Virginia Education Assn. president Dale LEE- cites the deal.] Tweet from Governor Jim Justice quoted.
(Parkland, Florida: Maya Rodriguez) The proposal in Florida of new gun measures after the school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland featured; scenes shown of discussions at the state capital; details given from the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Public Safety Act. [Two STUDENTS - talk about the politics.]
(Hartsdale, New York: Kristen Dahlgren) The power outages in the Northeast after the stormy weather featured; scenes shown from several states with downed power lines. [Two WOMEN, Quincy home owner Mario VENTARELLI, volunteer Shannon HENDERSON, New York RESIDENT - react to the weather.]
(Studio: Kate Snow) The prospects for another nor'easter storm noted.
(Hollywood & Los Angeles: Steve Patterson) The changes at the Academy Awards ceremonies to prevent another mistake examined; scenes shown of last year's error when "La L Land" was announced as best picture rather then winner "Moonlight" & from the ad featuring actor Warren Beatty & host Jimmy Kimmel. ["Los Angeles Times" film reporter Tre'vell ANDERSON- comments on the safety measures to prevent "Envelope-gate" that overshadowed the black film "Moonlight."]
(Alameda, California: Jo Ling Kent) The new cybesecurity badges for Girl Scouts to get them engaged in the fields of science, technology, engineering & math featured; scenes shown of the middle school girls being educated about the Internet technology. [Girl Scouts chief executive Sylvia ACEVEDO- says girls want to be part of protecting America.] [Palo Alto Networks Brittany SESEY- comments on the girls.]