Transcript for Friday Rewind: GOP Struggles to Unify Its Party
There's been a busy week birdies headlines from the rocky road on the campaign trail to the bizarre and deadly stabbing spree at a Massachusetts mall at. A were also stories of inspiration and overcoming nearly insurmountable odds. And some downright adorable video here now is our big creek Friday we replant. Does it have to be unified I'm very different than everybody else perhaps it's ever run for office. I actually don't think so the goal here is to unify the various wings of the party and are on common principles the Republicans themselves are. Raising questions about their presumptive. Nominee whom we are in this campaign. Until away. I feel confident Hillary. All I'm my dream is dear lord bringing you get my chance. Didn't lose days and I don't care. The memoir I'll hold its own lives here. Rob Herman Herman I'm. Out of seven people hollering is a killer then Michaela. The restaurant anyways blocking tool it's different yeah Nancy was coming he was slashing beat. It people who troubling Cheney is enemy we. I am violating along room they pregame state sponsored discrimination against transgender and division. We simply seek to engage an analyst private. And a place of safety and security. They're going on how many in the name I just use it out for me knowing what it means. Claremont glasses and really turn it. What it meant they had. Still hear the details that you're winning already one I don't want tools to create. It was the who's who. But when I sort of have reduced exposure believe me. That system. Staple. This opportunity to play the game. And share that with the with the with the world really. I think we need to appreciate what we have learned. Of course NB a playoffs we'll continue. Couple of big events in the week ahead Eurovision. Eurovision Eurovision takes place tomorrow that brought us up Celine Dion. Julio Iglesias and the commission's. We're staying in my tomorrow had a pretty Jack thank you what you mean when I'm 29 and holding planes on. Ahead boldly. This is ABC's world news now. Informing insomniacs for two decades.
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