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NBC Evening News for Sunday, Feb 28, 2016
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(Austin, Texas: Kate Snow) Report introduced.

(Richmond, Virginia: Gabe Gutierrez) The mean edge to the Republican race with attacks on Donald Trump by Marco Rubio & Ted Cruz featured; scenes shown. [On CNN, TRUMP - reacts to a question about David Duke of the KKK.] [RUBIO, John KASICH - criticize the Klan & Trump's refusal to condemn.] [CRUZ - speculates about Trump's mob ties.] [Alabama Senator Jeff SESSIONS - endorses Trump.]

(Austin, Texas: Kate Snow) Report introduced.

(Oklahoma City: Hallie Jackson) The importance of Super Tuesday in 11 states with Cruz needing to win Texas & the campaigning by Rubio, Cruz & Kasich with T rump looking dominant examined; map shown.

(Austin, Texas: Kate Snow) How Trump is attracting some Latino voters examined. [In Austin interview, Juan GOMEZ - says he voted for Trump; comments on the wall: stopping the flow from Mexico.]

(Austin, Texas: Kate Snow) Report introduced.

(Nashville: Kristen Welker) The Democratic campaign in the South after Hillary Clinton's win in South Carolina featured; details given about the Trump-David Duke issue. [In Nashville, CLINTON - campaigns.] [Bernie SANDERS- admits we got decimated; wants to defeat Trump.] ["The Cook Political Report" Charlie COOK†- says Clinton will be the nominee.] ["Scandal" actor Tony GOLDWYN - walks with Clinton.] The issue of Clinton's e-mails noted.

Reporter(s):
Snow, Kate;
Gutierrez, Gabe;
Jackson, Hallie;
Welker, Kristen
Duration:
00:09:00

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