Transcript for Trump won’t commit to 'peaceful transfer'
Thank you, Dr. Jen. We turn to ABC's Kyra Phillips in Washington with the latest headlines. Good afternoon. Reporter: Amy, great to see you. We begin with the growing questions about the president's intentions come election day. President trump declining to commit to a peaceful transfer of power at this white house press conference. The president saying we're going to have to see what happens, renewing false claims about the validity of mail-in ballots as the country faces how to safely vote in an unprecedented global pandemic. Joe Biden saying the president says the most irrational things. And asking what country are we in? The new unemployment numbers in. 870,000 Americans applying for unemployment benefits last week. Those numbers slightly higher than expected. Stagnate at a very high level over the past month. Legions of Americans paying quiet and heart-felt tribute for a second day to the contributions of the late supreme court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Now the president and Republicans attempting to fill her seat just 41 days before the election. One of the two women under close consideration, U.S. Judge Amy coney Barrett. Her connection to a Christian group known as people of praise under scrutiny right now. T.J., I know you're talking about this historic night against the Celtics. The Miami heat rookie on fire becoming only the second player under the age of 20 to score the most NBA playoff points. The first to do it Magic Johnson way back in 1980. T.J. You just can't make this up. The player's name Tyler herro. The hero on the court. 37 points, making history. That young fella can play. He played in Kentucky. He can ball no doubt. Been fun to watch him in the playoffs. Great name as well. Good to see you. We'lsee you soon. Folks, we have to turn to
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