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Title Lateline : 19/07/2016.

Published Australia : ABC [broadcaster], 2016 July 19 at 22:23:00.
[Place of production not identified] : [Production company not identified], 2016.

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Physical description 1 streaming video file (34 min. 17 sec.) ; 196094616 bytes
Notes Closed captioning in English.
Summary Stories include: 'The grass roots campaign trying to get sports clubs to ditch poker machines and gaming company sponsorships', 'Panel: Nick Xenophon, SA Independent Senator and Andrew Wilkie, Independent MP', 'As the Republican National Convention kicks off, Donald Trump wheels out his wife to help heal the wounds of a bitter campaign', 'Interview: Richard Fontaine, President of the Centre For A New American Security'</br></br>THE GRASS ROOTS CAMPAIGN TRYING TO GET SPORTS CLUBS TO DITCH POKER MACHINES AND GAMING COMPANY SPONSORSHIPS</br>They're getting fans to sign petitions at games to put pressure on the AFL and other codes and anti-gambling groups are pushing for major poker machine and gambling advertising reform.</br></br>PANEL: NICK XENOPHON, SA INDEPENDENT SENATOR AND ANDREW WILKIE, INDEPENDENT MP</br>Emma Alberici speaks with two crossbenchers, Nick Xenophon and Andrew Wilkie, who have banded together to put gambling reform back on the table.</br></br>AS THE REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION KICKS OFF, DONALD TRUMP WHEELS OUT HIS WIFE TO HELP HEAL THE WOUNDS OF A BITTER CAMPAIGN</br>A group of rowdy delegates to the Republican National Convention have tried to spoil the party for Presidential candidate Donald Trump, while the property tycoon introduced wife Melania as one of the speakers.</br></br>INTERVIEW: RICHARD FONTAINE, PRESIDENT OF THE CENTRE FOR A NEW AMERICAN SECURITY</br>Emma Alberici speaks with Richard Fontaine, who was an advisor to John McCain in his 2008 Presidential campaign, and asks him for his reaction to the performance by Donald and Melania Trump on day one of the convention.
Audience Classification NC ACMA.
Other author Alberici, Emma, host.
Fitzsimmons, Hamish, reporter.
Wordsworth, Matt, reporter.
Colbert, Stephen, contributor.
Condi, Mark, contributor.
Fontaine, Richard, contributor.
Jackman, Simon, contributor.
Jackson, Samuel L., contributor.
Milbank, Dana, contributor.
Obama, Michelle, contributor.
Rennie, Susan, contributor.
Thomas, Samantha, contributor.
Trump, Donald, contributor.
Trump, Melania, contributor.
Weston, Dayne, contributor.
Wilkie, Andrew, contributor.
Xenophon, Nick, contributor.
Subject Advertising -- Sports.
Criticism -- Political aspects.
Gambling -- Law and legislation.
Plagiarism.
Speeches, addresses, etc.
News and Current Affairs.