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South Carolina / Bill McInturff / Donald Trump / Ted Cruz #1170771

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 17, 2016
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Good evening. A surprising development in the race for president leads our news tonight a brand new NBC News Wall Street Journal poll shows Donald Trump has slipped from the top spot nationally falling behind Ted Cruz among Republican primary voters. Our poll has Cruz now ahead at 28 percent with Trump at 26 and Marco Rubio rounding out the top three at 17 percent. Trump's tumble from the top spot comes as he and Cruz trade threats dares and accusations ahead of Saturday's South Carolina primary...
Reporter(s):
Chuck Todd;Hallie Jackson
Duration:
00:03:39

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