ABC Evening News for Monday, Feb 08, 2016
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(Manchester, New Hampshire: White House: Jonathan Karl) The Republican race featured; scenes shown from the debate. [In interview, TRUMP - says who knows what will happen.] [In debate, TRUMP - says he would bring back waterboarding & worse.] [Jeb BUSH - criticizes Trump for using eminent domain & disparaging people.] [TRUMP - mocks Bush.] [In debate, Marco RUBIO - says he is proud of his service; repeats "Obama knows what he is doing."] [New Jersey Governor Chris CHRISTIE - criticizes Rubio for memorizing a speech.] [John KASICH - speaks about authenticity.] What Trump is saying about New Hampshire discussed.
(New Hampshire: David Muir) Report introduced.
(Nashua, New Hampshire: Tom Llamas) The reaction of Rubio & the voters to his debate performance examined; scenes shown from Rubio headquarters. [VOTER, RUBIO - comment.] [In interview, RUBIO - says Obama is damaging America & he feels momentum.] [VOTER - criticizes Rubio.] What radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh said about what Rubio is saying about President Obama discussed.
(New Hampshire: David Muir) The new poll numbers for Democrat Bernie Sanders over Hillary Clinton noted.
(Durham, New Hampshire: Cecilia Vega) The home stretch for the Democrats featured; scenes shown from the Clinton campaign & of Sanders on "Saturday Night Live." [Former President Bill CLINTON - campaigns against sexist attacks on Hillary.] [Former Secretary of State Madeleine ALBRIGHT% speaks about women helping women.] [SANDERS - campaigns.]
(New Hampshire: David Muir) ABC News coverage of the primary tomorrow noted.
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