Presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump arrives on Capitol Hill for a meeting with congressional Republicans at the Republican National Committee building. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump arrives on Capitol Hill on Thursday (July 7) for his meeting with congressional Republicans at the Republican National Committee building. His daughter Ivanka accompanied him. Trump on Wednesday rejected criticism of his campaign tactics, in a wide-ranging speech defending his team's use of a Jewish star and his own praise of the late Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein. At a campaign rally in Cincinnati, Ohio, Trump vented his frustration at a news media he feels is out to derail his candidacy and help Democratic rival Hillary Clinton, deriding CNN, in particular, as the "Clinton News Network." Trump's hour-long performance was unlikely to reassure those Republicans who would like to see the New York businessman focus his message on attacking Clinton to rally the party behind him at the Cleveland convention from July 18 to 21 where he is to be formally nominated.