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Campaign 2016 / Republicans / Democrats #1095059

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 10, 2016
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(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.

(Pendleton, South Carolina: Jonathan Karl) The aftermath of the New Hampshire primary with Republicans New Jersey Governor Chris Christie & Carly Fiorina dropping out after Donald Trump's huge won with Governor John Kasich second with Marco Rubio fifth reviewed; Ted Cruz ad featuring a Trump action figure shown. [TRUMP, KASICH - campaign.] [Last night, RUBIO - says he did not do well in the debate.] [At ABC debate, RUBIO - repeats "Barack Obama knows...."] [In interview, RUBIO - explains his debate decisions; states we will talk about policy.] The decisions by Christie & Fiorina with 6 Republicans left discussed.

(Studio: David Muir) The 22-point victory by Bernie Sanders over Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire noted.

(New York: Cecilia Vega) The Democratic campaign after New Hampshire featured; scenes shown from the campaign trail. [In Harlem, in interview, SANDERS - says he cannot win South Carolina & we have closed the gap with minorities.] [In New Hampshire, CLINTON - campaigns about young people.] [On "The View," SANDERS - jokes about Trump; praises Clinton.] The Clinton campaign strategy after New Hampshire discussed.

Muir, David;
Karl, Jonathan;
Vega, Cecilia

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