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South Carolina / Ted Cruz / Marco Rubio / Donald Trump #1169205

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Feb 18, 2016
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Meantime it's getting even uglier on the campaign trail in South Carolina with Cruz and Rubio trading accusations of dirty tricks. Just two days from a critical primary NBC Gabe Gutierrez frames the dispute for us. If a picture is worth a thousand words today the bitter fight between Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio got expensive making things up in this case they literally made up a picture. Rubio alleging the Cruz campaign doctored this photo claiming the Florida senator shook hands with President Oba...
Reporter(s):
Gabe Gutierrez
Duration:
00:02:16

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