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Campaign 2016 / Trump / Nevada #1095780

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 24, 2016
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(San Francisco: David Muir) The win for Donald Trump in the Nevada caucuses with Marco Rubio edging Ted Cruz for second reported.

(New York: Tom Llamas) The Trump triumph featured; scenes shown from the campaign trail in Virginia with Pat Robertson. [TRUMP - says he wants a political vice president.] [In Houston, CRUZ, RUBIO - criticizes blustery Trump.] [Wife Melania TRUMP - praises Donald.] What Mitt Romney said about Trump's taxes & the response discussed.

(San Francisco: David Muir) The key endorsement of Democrat Hillary Clinton by Senator Harry Reid reported; scenes shown of people in Kansas City in line to see Bernie Sanders.

(San Francisco: David Muir) ABC coverage of Super Tuesday outlined on screen

Muir, David;
Llamas, Tom

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