This program is 30 minutes long
(Atlanta: Steve Osunsami) The line of storms with tornadoes in the South featured; scenes shown of rain, thunder, tornadoes in Georgia, Charlotte, South Carolina, school children in hallways, rain in Tennessee, Kentucky, tornado damages, flood waters in Atlanta. [WSOC-TV meteorologist Tony SADIKU@- talks weather.]
(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.
(New York: Rob Marciano) The storm track with rain, snow, cold & wind presented; weather maps shown.
(White House: Jonathan Karl) The profanity-laced fallout from President Trump after his impeachment acquittal featured; scenes shown from the East Room of the White House. [TRUMP - speaks of a victory celebration after we were treated unfairly, the job by Senator Mitch McConnell, that he is "sorry" about Utah Senator Mitt Romney, who used religion as a crutch.] [Yesterday, re: his trial vote, ROMNEY - speaks about his faith.] [At prayer breakfast, TRUMP - speaks against those using faith to justify what is wrong.] [Speaker of the House Nancy PELOSI - responds.] The call from Republicans for Trump to move on but he wants pay back discussed.
(Manchester, New Hampshire: Whit Johnson) The Democratic presidential election campaign in New hampshire after Iowa & before the next debate reviewed; scenes shown from the campaign trail. [Senator Bernie SANDERS - speaks about his victory in Iowa; calls Iowa a disaster.] [Mayor Pete BUTTIGIEG - campaigns.] [Former Vice President Joe BIDEN - campaigns against Sanders.] Biden's plans to prepare for the debate tomorrow discussed.
(Studio: David Muir) Tomorrow's debate in New Hampshire previewed.
(Fairfield, California: Will Carr) The quarantining of people on two cruise ships & on US military bases due to the coronavirus featured; scenes shown of the ships in Hong Kong & Japan; China virus statistics cited. [On ship, MAN; in hospital, AMERICAN - comment.]
(New York: Erielle Reshef) The stunning testimony for the defense in the assault trial of movie mogul Harvey Weinstein after the prosecution rested its case based on two victims featured; scenes shown from New York City; details given about the testimonies from actresses, including Mimi Haleyi% & Annabella Sciorra% & the defense testimony denying the use of force.
(Denver: Clayton Sandell) The decision not to press DUI charges against Aurora, Colorado, police officer Nate Meier%, who was found passed out drunk in his car, examined; scenes shown from the site. [D.A. George BRAUCHLER@- calls it close to a police coverup.] [Aurora interim police chief Vanessa WILSON@- says this should have been handled as a DUI.]