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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Florence, South Carolina: Jim Acosta) The campaigning by Republican presidential candidates in New Hampshire & South Carolina introduced; scenes shown of Donald Trump speaking after being unable to get to New Hampshire due to the winter weather.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; stuidio: Tom Foreman) The daily CNN poll numbers with Republican John Kasich moving up & the Democratic numbers with Bernie Sanders leading presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire discussed; statistics cited. Live discussion held with CNN's John King, Gloria Borger & David Chalian about the Republicans. [From New Hampshire, BORGER, KING, CHALIAN - talk about Trump going home to New York & not making it back, the momentum for Marco Rubio, the importance of Tuesday for the lower Republicans; the Clinton campaign with lowered expectations, how she did in the state in '08, the "passion gap"; the Sanders strategy.]
- Cooper, Anderson;
- Acosta, Jim;
- Foreman, Tom
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