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Campaign 2016 / South Carolina, Nevada #1098064

ABC Evening News for Friday, Feb 19, 2016
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(Studio: David Muir) The showdown tonight in South Carolina for the Republicans & Democrats introduced.

(North Charleston, South Carolina: Tom Llamas) Donald Trump's new war on Apple over its refusal to unlock the iPhones of the California terrorists after his battle with Pope Francis over a border wall & his views on the war in Iraq featured. [TRUMP - says boycott Apple; adds the pope questioning his faith is disgraceful.] A modifying statement from the Vatican quoted. [Several times, TRUMP - criticizes the war in Iraq.] Earlier, with Howard Stern, Trump backs the war. Marco Rubio shown on his plane with state leaders. [RUBIO - says it is in the voters' hands.] [Ted CRUZ - campaigns.] The Cruz born in Canada issue & lawsuits mentioned & discussed.

(Studio: David Muir) The Democratic showdown in Nevada between Bernie Sanders & Hillary Clinton introduced; poll statistics cited.

(Las Vegas: Cecilia vega) The final push in Nevada & South Carolina featured; scenes shown of Sanders & Clinton campaigning & of "Clinton's army" going door-to-door. [Representative James CLYBURN - backs Clinton.] [CLINTON - says Sanders was not a real Democrat.] [SANDERS - says Gloria Steinem made me an honorary woman!] Clinton ad voiced by actor Morgan Freeman played. The Nevada tiebreaker discussed.

Reporter(s):
Muir, David;
Llamas, Tom;
vega, Cecilia
Duration:
00:05:40

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