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Campaign 2016 / South Carolina #1095702

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Feb 21, 2016
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(Studio: Tom Llamas) The victory for Republican Donald Trump in South Carolina with Marco Rubio edging out Ted Cruz for second place outlined on screen.

(Washington: Jonathan Karl) The Trump win with Jeb bush quitting with the Nevada caucus coming featured. [TRUMP - exalts in his win.] [Wife Melania TRUMP, daughter Ivanka TRUMP - speak.] [Marco RUBIO - comments.] [On "This Week," TRUMP - says Rubio may not be eligible.] [RUBIO - responds.]

(Studio: Tom Llamas, Matt Dowd) Three suggestions for the Trump game plan after South Carolina discussed.

(Studio: Tom Llamas) Report introduced.

(Las Vegas: Mary Bruce) The win for Democrat Hillary Clinton over Bernie Sanders in the Nevada caucuses featured; scenes shown from Texas, Nevada & South Carolina. [CLINTON, SANDERS - campaign; offer views on the Latino vote.] [On BET, CLINTON - talks about the African-American voter.]

Reporter(s):
Llamas, Tom;
Karl, Jonathan;
Matt, Tom Llamas,;
Bruce, Mary
Duration:
00:05:30

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