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CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 05, 2020
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Well, tonight, results from the Iowa caucuses are still dribbling in after Monday's meltdown. The latest numbers show Pete Buttigieg, holding onto his slight lead in delegates over Bernie Sanders. Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden are third and fourth. Ed O'Keefe reports the candidates have already put Iowa in their rearview mirrors with his lead holding in Iowa a confident Pete Buttigieg rallied voters in New Hampshire today ahead of Tuesday's primary. There are options somewhere in between a revo...
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