This program is 29 minutes long
(White House: Tara Palmeri) The call from President Trump's attorney John Dowd for special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller's investigation to be shut down after FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe was fired by Attorney General Jeff Sessions examined. [Three times, TRUMP - says no collusion.] Trump tweet on the Mccabe firing & corruption at the FBI, Justice & State Departments & McCabe's response quoted; details given from the inspector general's report about McCabe. [White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee SANDERS - says McCabe is a "bad actor."] [May 2017, McCABE - testifies in support of FBI director James Comey.] Comey's response to charges discussed.
(White House: Kenneth Moton) The legal exchanges between lawyers for President Trump & porn star Stormy Daniels with Trump seeking 20 million in damages for breaking a non-disclosure agreement examined; details given about Trump's hiring of attorney Charles Career; tweet from Daniels lawyer Michael Avenatti quoted. [Legal analyst Areva MARTIN- says there could be a nasty court battle.] [On MSNBC, AVENATTI - cites threats against his client.]
(Studio: Tom Llamas) More coverage of the political headlines on "Thins Week" noted.
(Miami: Victor Oquendo) The cleanup work on the deadly pedestrian bridge collapse in Florida near Florida International University that crushed cars featured; scenes shown of flattened cars; details given about the issue of cracks in the bridge with audio played. [Victim's nephew Jorge FRAGA- comments on the wait.] The process of identifying the victims of the bridge collapse discussed.
(Moscow: Terry Moran) The escalating tensions over the dangerous spy games between Britain & Russia over the poison plot against ex-Russian spy Sergei Skripal & his daughter reviewed; details given about diplomat expulsions, Skripal's behavior in a restaurant consistent with nerve agent poisoning. [British Prime Minister Theresa MAY - says we will not tolerate the threats.] [In Moscow, four RUSSIANS - say they will vote for President Vladimir Putin.]
(New York: Erielle Reshef) The search for missing Pennsylvania student Amy Yu, who fled with a married man, Kevin Esterly, featured; map shown of their route to Mexico. [OFFICIAL - says Amy left willingly with Esterly.] [Stacey Esterly attorney John WALDRON- says Stacey told Amy's mom the relationship was unhealthy.] [Yu's mother Mui LUU- speaks out to Amy.]
(New York: Whit Johnson) The high-speed police chase in Wisconsin with a highway vigilante, Andy Westenberger, involved reviewed; car & foot chase footage shown. [WESTENBERGER- comments.] [Butler police dept. Chief David WENTLANDT- offers caution.]
(Studio: Zachary Kiesch) A warning about a new fake kidnapping scam examined. [Targeted by scammers Kelly NELSON, st. Louis MOM - describe what happened.] [ABC's Brad GARRETT- says spring break is an ideal time for "virtual kidnapping."] Advice on dealing with scammers outlined on screen.
(New York: Adrienne Bankert) The story of Oklahoma high school football player Jackson Lilly. who was diagnosed a year ago with cancer, presented; scenes shown of his cancer-free celebration. [LILLY - talks about his diagnosis, the team support.] [PLAYER, coach Alan TRIMBLE- comment on Lilly.]