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gives him third place. and a claim to the title establishment alternative. mike huckabee who won iowa eight years ago is dropping out. >> tonight is a victory for millions of americans who have shouldered the burden of seven years of washington deals run amok. tonight is a victory for every american who has watched in dismay as career politicians in washington in both parties refuse to listen and too often fail to keep their commitments to the people. tonight is a victory for every american who understands that after we survive eight long years of the obama presidency, that no one personality can right the wrongs done by washington. to the revolutionary
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all women are created equal. that our rights do not come from the democratic party or the republican party or even from the tea party. our rights come from our creator. and the federal government's role, the federal government's responsibility is to defend those fundamental rights, to defend us. and while americans will continue to suffer, under a president who has set an agenda that is causing millions to hurt across this country, i want to remind you of the promise of scripture.
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but joy cometh in the morning. >> and we finished second, i want to till you something. i'm just honored. really honored. i want to congratulate ted. i want to congratulate all of the incredible candidates including mike huckabee who has become a really good friend of mine. congratulations to everybody. [ applause ] congratulations. we have had every indication, we are going now on, we have a poll we are at 28 points ahead. new hampshire. we love new hampshire. we love south carolina. and, we're leaving tonight and tomorrow afternoon we'll be in new hampshire. that will be something special. up here next week. i think we are going to be proclaiming victory, i hope. i will say this -- i don't know who is going to win between bernie and hillary, i don't know what is going to happen with hillary has got other problems
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she has in terms of nominations. but we have had so many different indications and polls that we beat her and we beat her easily. we will go on to get the republican nomination and we will go on to easily beat hillary or bernie or who ever the hell they throw up there. iowa, we love you. we thank you. you're special. we will be back many, many times. in fact, i think i might come here and buy a farm. i love it. okay. thank you. thank you, everybody. thank you. >> for months they tolus we had no chance. for months they told us because we offered too much optimism in the time of anger we had no chance. for months they told us because we don't have the right endorsements or the right political connections we had no
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they told me that that we have no chance because my hair wasn't gray enough and my boots were too high. they told me i need to wait my turn. that i needed to wait in line. >> it is your turn! [ applause ] but tonight -- tonight, here in iowa, the people of this great state sent a very clear message. after seven years of barack obama, we are not waiting any longer to take our country back. [ cheers and applause ] when i am the nominee, we are going to unify this party, and we are going to unify the conservative movement. >> now to the democrats where the race itoo close to call. hillary clinton who once had a commanding lead is essentially tied with bernie sanders. martin o'malley is dropping out.
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really getting into the debate with senator sanders about the best way forward to fight for us and america. i know that we may hav differences of opinion aut how best to achieve our goals. but i believe we have a very clear idea that the mocratic party and this campaign stands for what is best in america. and we have to be united. [ cheers and applause ] when it is all said and done. we have to be united against a republican vision and candidates who would drive us apapa and divide us. that is not who we are, my friends. i followed their campaign very closely. i understand what they're appealing to.
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it. i will not -- i will not l l their divisiveness, their efforts to rip away the progress that we have made, be successful. because we can't afford that. so as s stand here tonight, , breathing a big sigh of relief, thank you, iowa. >> iowa, thank you! [ cheers and applause ] bine months ago, we came to this beautifustate. we had no political organization. we had no money. we had no name recognition. and we were taking on the most powerful political organization
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[ cheers and applause ] tonight while the results are still not known, it looks like we are in a virtual tie. [ cheers and applause ] alst sixty million americans are affected by mental illness. together we can help them with three simple words. my name is chris noth and i will listen. from maine to maui, thousands of high school students across the country are getting in on the action by volunteering their communities. chris young: action teams of high school students
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if you were a hippie in the '60s, you need to know. it's the dawning of the age of aquarius. yeah, and something else that's cool. what? osteoporosis is preventable. all: osteo's preventable? right on! if you dig your bones, protect them. all: cbs cares! we are thrilled to welcome back to the evening news a man who has covered every presidential election nce 1968, our very own bob schieffer. bob, how does this one look to you? >> thank you, scott. i have to say, primary campaigns
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they bring out the best and worst in families. ifhis campaign were a wedding we would be halfway through the weird uncles long unfunny and embarrassing rehearsal dinnene toast. ththdifference here is all of the particicants in this mpaign appear to be stone cold sober. and that may be the scariest part of all. people are madder than ever. the partisan divide is wider than ever. and we are2seeing a campaign reflecting the changes in our culture brought onony social media. nasty, illogical, ill tempered strong on attitude light on issues. too many times people have not just opinions, but their own set of facts the campaign narrative has gone from inane, to profafa, more like a blog. jerk. no you are a blank, blank, jerk. inspirational, not just yet. there is light at the end of the church. iowa tonight, as the candidates
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aisle of the caucuses and primaries, we'll finally start to hear from another group voters. scott, that's a good thing. >> you will be with us on the long walk to election day. bob, thank you. snow on the way tonight in iowa, but not until after the caucuses. california got hammered by weather, the past two days. and san diego an 8-f-ft-wide oak fell on a car and killed a woman. wind gusts reported as high as 115 miles an hour. to the north, i-80, was shut after a pileup of 29 vehicles. this system could dump a foot of snow on denver. in another major story tonight, the world health organization took the rare step today of declaring zika virus and its suspected link to severe birth defects an international public health emergency. the outbreak`started in brazil and our dr. jon lapook i ithere tonight. jon.
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day at the hospital in recite which has seen the most number of cases of microcochaly in all of brazil. the couple i spoke to was anguisd as they try to figure out what the condition means for their baby. alice bezerra depaz had a healthy first baby, but two months ago, her second child, joao heitor was born with microcephaly, a birth defect linked to the zika outbreak. babies with microcephaly had a unusually small head and developmental delays. we never expected to have an infant like this, she said. but we will care for him the same way. today, the parents came to the hospital in recite where doctors have seen 300 0 fants with microcephaly since september. before that this region only saw
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dr. angela rocha heads up the effort to understand and manage the crisis. in her four decades as a pediatric infectious disease expert she has never seen anything like it. this is different she said. it is a generation of babies with disability. which is a huge social, economic and public health problem. tell me what it is like to have a conversation with a mother and tell her that her baby has microcephaly? >> a situation with stress, panic, worry and insecurity she told me. that's because these parents and even health experts here are trying to figure out what services these infants will need. today the president of brazil gave public health officials the right to enter any home or business to eradicate mosquito breeding ground. scott, we'll be reporting on this in the days to come. >> jon lapook in brazil. jon, thank you. amtrak is trying to find out what hit a higigspeed acela train lala night in philadelphia. whatever it was it gashed a window.
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service. nobody was hurt. this is eerily similar though to last may when a commuter train was hit by something just before an amtrak regional train crashed in philadelphia. that crash killed eight and injured nearly 200. today federal investigators gave us an update on their investigation. here is kris van cleave. >> reporter: newly released pictures taken from train 18 camera show the moment the speeding train left t e tracks. 8 dada engineer brandon bostian told investigators a minute before the accident he realized he was going ten miles too slow and began accelerating. his next memory was feeling as though i was going too fast around a curve. the train's event recorder found bostian applied full throttle a mile and a half from the curve. the train reached 106 miles an hour before bostian hit the brakes. he said i remember holding on to the controls tightly and feeling like, okay, well this is it. i'm going over. toxicology reports found no
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his cell phone at the time of the crash. lawyer tom kline represents several of hundreds injured. >> the train was being operated at 106 miles an hour. and there was a system that could have been in place and in fact was on place going the other way on the t tcks. which could have prevented it. >> that technology, positive train control or ptc is now active along amtrak's heavily used northeast corridor linking boston to washington, d.c. >> i am actually going to try to put full power on the t tin here see how fast i can go. >> amtrak's chris jagodzinki showed us how ptc prevents a train from going too fast. >> what happened here -- brakes. taking away all the power on the locomotive. now applying the brakes. >> regardless of what you do? now, the train -- >> i can't do anything. >> i can't do anything. the computer has tak over. >> reporter: investigators found no issues with the train, tracks or signana. scott, we still don't know definitively if and when an
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train's windshield and if that could have contributed to the crash. comment. >> 106 miles an hour was double the speed limit on the curve. kris, thanks very much. one of the super bowl quarterbacks addresses a report that he used a banned substance. dangng on the high seas. the cbs "overnight news" will be right back. (sounds of birds whistling) music introducing new k-y touch gel cr me. for massage and intimacy. every touch, g gtly intensified. a little touch is all it takes. k-y touch. stressssweat. it can hapapn anytime to anyone. stress sweat is different than ordinary sweat, it smells worse.
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six days before the super bowl, one of denver's team buses got into a minor accident after practice. nobody hurt. bronco's quarterback, peyton manning addressed a documentary last month that linked him to human growth hormone, performance enhancing drug banned by the nfl. manning spoke with c c analyst, bill cowher of "the nfl today." >> you vehemently denied allegations of hgh. i know the nfl is doing an ongoing investigation. have you talked to them. do you plan on fully cooperating with them? >> absolutely. as far as i know that is going to start after the season as far as my role. i wewcome that investigation. i understand when n allegation is made that the nfl has no
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i get that. but i can n ll you what they're going to find. a big fat, nothing. it's been completely fabricated as far as allegations what they suggested i did. it has been nothing but pure junk. i i lcome that investigation. i think thth will start after the season. >> the quarterback on the other side, sunday, cam newton. describe his style? >> boy he is fun to watch. >> last week his lonst run was 14 yards. yours was 12. >> the difference it took him, you know, 1.2 second to make 14 yards. it took me 10 second to get 12. >> it felt like i ran a lot longer. felt like a 30-yard run. 12? only got 12? >> you can see the interviews with peyton manning and panthers' cam newton this sunday on cbs during coverage of super bowl 50. the pregame begins at 2:00
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the modern iowa caucuses date back to 1972. when democrat ed muskey of maine finished second to uncommitt.
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where the start of the presidential race always ends in day photofinish. >> reporter: winners and losers adorn the walls, photographs, chrocleing iowa's caucuses from jimmy carter to ted cruz. there is john kerry on t t floor. and the bench. al hague with a piglet. john mccain, back and front. two marco rubios, two joe bidens. 20 years apart. bushs, father, son, and son. the clintons then and now. >> the thing about iowa it can really make a candidate. it can bring somebody like jimmy carter to national prominence. or even obama when he was here. and with dean it worked the opposite. it sort doomed his campaign. >> right. >> this is your picture? >> this is my pictcte. >> formemedes moines register photographer capapred howard dean hitting the highest note at his lowest point.
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washington, d.c. to take back the white house. yeahah today wells is the curator for the exhibit. >> we just started shooting. we knew this was different. something was happening. >> he didn't ask for a copy of the picture, did he? >> not that i know of. >> reporter: mike huckabee, visits the barber shop. jams with the king. michele bachchnn behold a sight of beef. >> what we were all wondering why she decided to visit the meat locker. there are protests. and arrests. and the flag is here in abundance. mitt romney the candidate always seemed freshly pressed. on caucus night four years ago so was the flag at his premature victory rally. photographer christopher gannon spotted it. >> this gentleman came out. and, plugged in an iron. i'm think to myself what is going on here. a question you can ask about a lot of the amazing photos.
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the caucus is there will be many more to come. dean reynolds, cbs news, des moines. and that's the "overnight news" for this tuesday. for some of you the news continues. for others, check back with us a little bit later for the morning news and "cbs this morning." from the broadcast center in new york city, i'm scott pelley. it's tuesday, february 2nd, 2016. this is thth"cbs morning news."" the first votes are in, and the
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iowa caucusgoers deliver a victory for republican ted cruz over donald trump while democrats hillary clinton and bernie sanders are locked in a virtual tie. as the candidates pull out of iowa, wintry weather, storms, snow, and ice blows into the plains from the rockies. and countdown to kickoff. super bowl week gets under way as the broncos and the panthers talk pigskin in prime time. captioning funded by cbs captioning funded good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs headquarters in new york.k. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. the first vote of the 2016 campaign, the iowa caucuses held some surprises and a common theme. photoer frustration. republican win bier while the race is historically close, hillary clinton is declaring victory.
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vermont's bernie s sders is in a virtual tie with clinton. cruz for the time being stomped donald trump's momentum with a massive "get outut the vote" and showing inging up and marco rubio had a stronger showing right on cruz's heels. >> reporter: he turned outut according to evangelical and conservative leaders and it paid off. >> tonight is a victory for courageous conservatives across iowa and all across this a great nation. >> reporter: cruz parlayed a stng turnout to overtata a humbled dodold trump. >> we fininied second. i want to tell you something. i'm just honored. we'll go on to get the rupp republican nomination and we will go on to easily beat
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employee for trump. >> reporter: other republicans who said they attended their first caucus, most supported trump. cruz won the vote of caucusgoers who described themselves as conservative and evangelical. the other story last night, marco rubio. >> we have taken a first step but an important step. >> reporter: rubio is seen as a more alternative conservative. that m m play a role in more moderate new hampshire. they hold its primary one week from today. major garretet cbs news, des moines. as the results came in one republican dropped out. former
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his campaign. on the democratic side, hillary clinton and bernie sanders will likely bit iowa delegates. for your sanders it represents a huge comebacacwhile for clinton it's yet another signal of a long campaign ahead. nancy cordes is following the democrats. >> reporter: hillary clinton was defeated eight years ago by barack obama, and this time she saw her lead of 43 against bernie sanders evaporate over the past few months. this caucus lala night revealed not just a generational gap among democratic voters but a real divide over which way the country should be headed. >> i stand here tonight breathing a big sigh of relief, thank you, iowa. i know we can create more good paying jobs and raise incomes for hard-working americans again. i know that we can finish the job of universeal health care coverage for every single man, woman, and child. >> reporter: nearly two-thirds
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of 40, and among them, clinton enjoyed overwhelming support. bernie sanders, a self-described democratic socialist, matterrshaled very immensese support a ainst >> i think the people of iowa have sent a very profound message to the political establishment, and, by the way, to the media establishment. >> reporter: 76% of his supporters in iowa want to see more liberal policies out of washington. >> this fight continues.s. >> reporter: a marginal showing from martin o'malley here prompted the former maryland governor to suspend his campaign before all of the votes were even counted. things won't get any easier for clinton. she trails sanders in the polls in new hampshihi by as much as
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the two of them will both start campaigning there today. nancy cordes, cbs news, des moines. cbs political news director and "face the nation" moderator hn dickerson with more on what last ninit's vote means. >> a big night for ted cruz, the first to take on donald trump and come out a victor. for donald trump he has to hope his improvements will improve in new hampshire. ted cruz, marco rubio now owns that title. he can claim his support was -- he was validated by the voters of iowa as he heads into new hampshire. on the democratic side, they fought it to a draw, which is a long way for bernie sanders to have come from when he was just in single digits in the polls, but for a campaign like sanders which relies on momentum, he was hoping for a bigger spark out of iowa. the contest after neighboring
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because they don't have as many liberals as they do in iowa and new hampshire. the race continues from iowa. i'm john dickerson, cbs news. coming up on "s this morning," we'll have more on the iowa caucus results s d look ahead to the new hampshire primary. this morning a large winter storm isounding the area to the great lakes. heavy ststms are predicted from colorado to michigan. blizzard warnings from nebraska, to south dakota, to iowa. it's the season's first big snowstorm in colorado where a third of the flights in denver were canceled. in kansas overnight temperatures dropped and snow accumulated. the world health organization declared the spread of the zika virus a global emergency. the mosquito-borne virus is suspected of causing a birth defect called microcephaly. >> the causes of microcephaly
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complications constitute an extraordinary event and a public the world. >> the virus is spreading rapidly through latin n erica and the caribbean. the world health organization expects as many as 4 million year. coming up on the "morning news," escape plan. new details on how thr prisoners made a violent getaway out of california jail. and later singer dale turns the vacuumown on donald trump's campaign sound d ack. this is the krbz krbz. "cbs morning news"the "cbs morning news." to smoke all day. i want this time to be my last time. that's why i choose nicoderm cq. bleeding gums? you may think it's a result of brushing too hard. it's not. it's a sign of early gum disease which you can help reverse by using listerine added to your brushing routine
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those are some of the headlines on the "morning news" stand. the "washington post" reports on the release of documents in the investigation into the deadly amtrak crash last may. the e cident in philadelphia killed eight people and injured more than 200 others. investigators describe the train's engineer as extremely cooperative. they have so far been unable to pinpoint the cause of the crsh. the "los angeles times" reports on new details in the orange county jail break. inmategot help from an gavehem tools and a ride to freedom. they also allegedly kidnapped a taxi dver and later got into a fighghabout what to do with him. >> inmate nayeri and inmate duong haze a physical fight inside the hotel room at the motel in alameda in san jose. the information we have is the
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here's look at t here's look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. the denver broncos had a bumpy ride leaving practice last night. three team buses were involved in a chaha reaction crash nearar santa clara. it all started when a car cut off the team's motorcade. a trooper involved in the crash has minor injuries. no players or team staffers were hurt. the nfl ramped up its traditional media day into a prime time super bowl preview. the denver broncos and carolina panthers both took part t the
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jamie yuccas is in san francisco. jamie, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, anne-marie. opening night did not disappoint. a leprechaun, miss universe, and fans showed up. >> super bowl 50 kicd off with a huge productioio at s.a.p.p. center in san jose. the denver broncos took center stage first. >> it took me a minute. i didn't know it was a bridge were standing on until i got here. >> reporter: the big question, will veteran quarterbacker peyton manning retire after the big game. he says he doesn't know. then came the carolina panthers. reporters swarmed all 11 booths set up for all the key players and coaches for r ch team. when trying to get close to players like quarterback cam newton, this is whe the reporters start and then try to jockey for position. >> reporter: how much fun are
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>> not a lot of fun. >> reporter: how much fun do you an to haveve >> a lot, a lot. >> reporter: the nfl wanted to takeway from the craziness of past years, but there was still a lot of anticic von miller was expected to put on a show. >> i walked into the locker room you're going to wear. crazy? >> it's all about the team and and the super bowl 50 comimi up. >> reporter: a spectacle for fans who left soaking in some of the biggest names in football ahead of the biggest game of the year. the teams get today off. some players and coaches will still go to community events and do more media, and then it' back to practice tomorrow, anne-marie. >> looks like a fun. jamie yuccas in san francisco. thanks, jamie. we're counting down. super bowl 50 is here on cbs.
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a.m. and kickoff is at 6:30. looking ahead to next season, cbs will bring you five thursday night games in 2016. super bowl 50 will be one for the ages. if you believe what a video game has to say. ea sports simulated this year's game on madden '16. the game for dix carolina will win on last-second touchdown by cam newton. if you're wondering how accurate these predictions are, the game has predicted correctly nine out of 12 times and last year it even got the score right. still to come, drone takedown. we'll show you how eagles are being trained to take drones out of the sky. and later mothers' emotional meeting for a little girl who received her son's donated
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the country. several eagles are flying high in the netherlands. dutch police have been training the birds to take out rogue drones. for now the birds are only successful in simulations, but experts hope the eagles will eventually find a safe way to pluck drones from the sky. delta passengers traveling from l.a. to minneapolis had to make an unexpected landing because of a fist fight between two flight attendants. the mid-flight fight broke out on january 27th at 37,000 feet. pilots were forced to land t boeing 7507 attendants were removed from 757 in salt lake city. the flight attendants were removed from the flight and thth flight continunu. the pilolo apologized saying in part the actions of these crew members in no way reflect the
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gracious decision to donate her 7-month-old's organs when n passed away in 2013. this past weekend she got to meet the little 4-year-old girl jordan who received his heart. the e ther was so grateful. the most touching moment came when the mother got to hear her son's heart beating once again. >> it's so strong. >> it is. >> jordan is just one of three children given a new chance at life because of little lucas's gift. coming up on "cbs this morning" ted cruz on his iowa caucus win. this is the "cbs morning news." ted cruz on his iowa caucus win. this is the "cbs morning news." over 40 meals ofofeavy comfort foododlike baked mac & cheese. no wonder after all that our digestive systems can act up. so try the activia two week challenge! enjoying activia twice a dada for two weeks may help reduce
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the presidential candidates from both parties are the presidential candidates from both parties are on their way to new hampshire this morning following surprising results from the iowcaucus
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ted cruz came out on top. surging, marco rubio. meanwhile it's a dead heat for the democrats. hillary clinton and bernie sanders are virtually tied. joining us now is cbs news director anthony. thank you for joining us. i know it's been a lodge night for you, anthony. >> it has. people are tweetininme saying they think i look exhausted. >> thanks a lot. you look a great to boost your confidence a little. let's start with republicans. there's a lot of talkbout whether donald trump is going to be able to get out hisisovice caucus supporters. how was ted cruz able to best him? >> trump did. for people who said it because their first caucus, donald trump did very well bu@ ted cruz did even better. it's very clear what ted cruz was able to do was identify not just some new caucusgoers but a lot of very regular voters, a lot of people who would be reliable voters. he did very wellith them and he did particularly well with people who called themselves very conservative. and that's sort of according to
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that was really his play book. >> so marco rubio, he really wanted to come in third and he did, but on the heels of donald trump. that's pretty good. >> it is. it's surprising it's a very strong third. >> it had him in t t mid-teens. he exceeded that. with the primaries, it is not so much about the delegates. it's so often about beating or not beating expectations. so for rubio politically that's going to beat expectations. >> speaking of expectations and the democrats we have bernie sanders basically neck and neck with hillary clinton. in terms of expectations she's expected to be the leader. he's expected not to. what does this all mean? >> what this means ithere's a big age split in t democratic party. hillary clinton did better with the older voters as we expected. bernie sanders did well with the
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quite enough to give him any kind of decisive win, but to get him to just about even. but there's also a split, too, among what voters wanted to see in a candidate. honest and trustwowohiness. for cares about you, bernie sanders did very, very well. for electability en as voters told us going in, they wanted to see that as a candidate and that went for hillary clinton. >> thank you so much for t tking with us. always a pleasure to talk to you. >> thanks, anne-marie. coming up on "cbs this morning," the results of the iowa caucuses. major garrrrt speaks with ted cruz plus reactiti and analysis. we'll hear from "face the nation" moderator john dickerson and we'll take you to san francisco where jeff glor will show us how the super bowl has evolved over 50 years. that's the "cbs mornininnews" for this tuesday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. -- captions by vitac -- forthis tuesday. i'm
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right now on cbs 2 this morning...we're tracking the wintererstorm that could get in the way of your morning commute and cancel morning plans. the exciting finish to caucus night for both political parties in iowa that officially wrapped up in the wee hours of the morning what's next for the race for the white house as candidates and the national media leave the hawkeye state for new hampshire.
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