This program is 29 minutes long
(White House: Jonathan Karl) The publication in the "New York Times" of an anonymous op-ed letter from someone inside President Trump's administration warning about his agenda & the resistance inside the White House to his worst inclinations featured; op-ed about Trump's leadership style & impulsive nature leading to reckless decisions with a quiet resistance within the administration quoted in detail. [TRUMP - criticizes some anonymous source & the failing "New York Times."] The similar portrait of the president in Bob Woodward's book "Fear" noted: an exasperated Secretary of Defense Gen. James Mattis. [TRUMP - says the book is a work of fiction.] The "New York Times" letter from a senior official & the reasoning about pushing it discussed.
(Capitol Hill: Terry Moran) The political showdown at the confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh reviewed; scenes shown of protests in the Senate, where the Democrats Senator Patrick Leahy & Dianne Feinstein & Republican Senator Lindsey Graham questioned him. [KAVANAUGH - says no one is above the law; avoid answering hypothetical questions about the president; deals with questions about guns, Roe v. Wade.] The timetable for confirmation discussed.
(Pensacola Beach, Florida: Victor Oquendo) The flooding & winds from Gordon featured; scenes shown from Alabama, Mississippi, downed trees in Pensacola, Florida. [Neighbor Michael BARRADAS- describes what happened.]
(Studio: David Muir; New York: Rob Marciano) The course of Gordon & more storms discussed; weather maps shown.
(JFK International Airport, New York: Gio Benitez) The quarantining of a plane at the John F. Kennedy Airport in New York City due to a mystery flu-like illness featured; scenes shown of the plane from Dubai. [Passenger Raghida DERGHAM- comments on the ill people.] [Retired USMC Col. Stephen GANYARD- explains the public health issues.]
(Studio: Eva Pilgrim) The reaction to the Nike shoe campaign ad focusing on controversial football player Colin Kaepernick, who started the kneeling protest against racial injustice during the national anthem at games, examined; ad shown; tweet critical of Nike from President Trump quoted. [Basketball player LeBron JAMES - backs Nike.] The airing of the ad during sporting events this weekend noted.