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Nevada / Marco Rubio / Mitt Romney / Donald Trump #1169963

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 24, 2016
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Well Donald Trump is moving like a storm front through the Republican primaries and caucuses. Last night he won in Nevada with Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz way back. Heading towards Super Tuesday next week Trump has more delegates than his rivals combined. And Dean Reynolds is in Las Vegas. The confounded Republican Party establishment may fervently wish what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas. But Donald Trump's march to the nomination would be hard to bet against now. Today the victor was in Virginia...
Reporter(s):
Dean Reynolds
Duration:
00:02:36

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