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Campaign 2016 / Republicans / Trump vs. Rubio #1095851

CNN Evening News for Friday, Feb 26, 2016
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Oklahoma: Jim Acosta) Last night's attacks between presidential candidates Donald Trump & Marco Rubio during the debate & today's insults & the Trump endorsement by New Jersey Governor Chris Christie discussed; scenes shown of Trump on stage in Oklahoma. [Today, TRUMP - says they hate him in Florida; calls him a nervous basket case putting on makeup, he choked, drank water from a bottle.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Dallas: Jason Carroll) What Rubio said today about Trump, Rubio's endorsements discussed. [RUBIO - says Trump had a meltdown, asked for a mirror backstage.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Nashville: Phil Mattingly) The Ted Cruz campaign as Super Tuesday nears, what he has said about a Trump lead, his cutting attacks against Trump discussed/

Cooper, Anderson;
Acosta, Jim;
Carroll, Jason;
Mattingly, Phil

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