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New Hampshire / Donald Trump / Marco Rubio / Rick Santorum #1168097

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Feb 04, 2016
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And the Republican race another new poll shows Marco Rubio leaping over Ted Cruz in New Hampshire to take the number two spot behind frontrunner Donald Trump. But as NBC's Hallie Jackson tells us Rubio's adversaries are piling on to try and stop his rise. With momentum in New Hampshire Marco Rubio is hoping for a photo finish drawing crowds in every shot as Republican rivals take theirs. Thank you guys for being here. The new attacks sparked by this slip. Rick Santorum endorsing Rubio but seemin...
Reporter(s):
Kelly O'Donnell;Hallie Jackson
Duration:
00:02:08

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