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Nevada / Donald Trump / Bill Clinton / Ted Cruz #1171164

NBC Evening News for Friday, Feb 19, 2016
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Good evening on the eve of two big votes on the road to the White House. The Republicans in a primary showdown here in South Carolina where the headline tonight is Donald Trump losing ground in a new NBC News Wall Street Journal Marist poll. Trump now leads Ted Cruz by just five points. Twenty eight to twenty three down from a 16 point lead just a month ago. Rubio virtually unchanged at 15. The next seven days may provide some clarity in these races in addition to the Republicans voting in South...
Reporter(s):
Andrea Mitchell;Katy Tur
Duration:
00:05:16

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