This program is 29 minutes long
(Charlotte, North Carolina: Rob Marciano) A massive storm system moving across the South bringing a state of emergency featured; scenes shown of snow in Texas, rain in Houston, water rescues, rock salt for the roads. The storm forecast discussed; weather maps shown.
(Washington: David Wright) The announcement from President Trump's White House of a shake-up with White House chief of staff Gen. John Kelly leaving by the end of the year featured; details given of Kelly's mixed results: the firing of Omarosa Manigault with audio played, clashes with others. [TRUMP - says Kelly will be leaving.] [On Fox, Nov. 18, TRUMP - says we get along well, but....] [March 1, KELLY - jokes about the job.] The likely appointment of Nick Ayres to succeed Kelly discussed.
(Washington: Lana Zak) The fallout for President Trump from special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller's filing in the Russia investigation & with the New York state filing that hush money paid by Trump attorney Michael Cohen was linked to Trump reviewed; details given from what Cohen is saying about a Russian meeting & how former campaign chairman Paul Manafort lied about his contacts with Russians. [TRUMP - affirms there is no collusion; criticizes Cohen for trying to lessen his prison sentence; denies wanting help from Russia.] A tweet from Trump attorney former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani quoted.
(Studio: Tom Llamas) Further coverage of the Russia investigation on "This Week" noted.
(Paris: James Longman) The lockdown of Paris, France, due to anti-government protests featured; scenes shown from Paris of the unrest between police & demonstrators for the fourth weekend with tear gas used. The unrest after the hike in fuel taxes discussed.
(London: Julia MacFarlane) The deadly stampede in a nightclub in central Italy featured; scenes shown from outside the nightclub where six people were killed.
(New York: Zachary Kiesch) An arrest of a suspect, Michael McLellan, in the North Carolina kidnapping & murder of teen Hania Aguilar updated; scenes shown of the funeral, the truck used in the kidnapping.
(Los Angeles: Clayton Sandell) The cruelty charges against a California school teacher, Margaret Gieszinger, featured; classroom scenes shown of her cutting a student's hair while singing the national anthem. A statement from Tulane County supt. of schools Jim Vidak about the teacher quoted. [Student's attorney Mark VOGT- comments on the case.]