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(Studio: David Muir) Breaking news on a national poll showing Ted Cruz ahead of Donald Trump & Marco Rubio introduced.
(SUmter, South Carolina: Tom Llamas) The latest poll numbers & the support for Rubio from South Governor Nikki Haley, who has been against Trump, featured; anti-Trump ad from Ted Cruz shown. [HALEY, RUBIO - speak.] [HALEY - criticizes Trump for attacking former President Bush about 9/11.] [Senator Lindsey GRAHAM - says Trump is crazy.] [TRUMP - calls Graham a nut job.] [CRUZ - says there is a new frontrunner.] The Haley endorsement of Rubio & the reaction from Jeb Bush discussed.
(Studio: David Muir) The close Democratic race in Nevada for Hillary Clinton & Bernie Sanders noted.
(New York: Cecilia Vega) The Democratic campaign & minority voters featured; scenes shown from the campaign trail & her Brooklyn headquarters. [SANDERS - campaigns.] [Clinton campaign manager Robby MOOK@- comments on strategy.] Clinton's "Vogue" article quoted. The impending close race in Nevada discussed.
- Muir, David;
- Llamas, Tom;
- Vega, Cecilia
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