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and she's the one who'll make a real difference for you. i'hilly clton d i prov thimesse. breaking news tonight. the new national poll. is donald trump no longer the front-runner? also, late today, the south carolina surprise. just three days before the high stakes republican primary, the major endorsement. could it sway the race? governor haley is not for donald trump. also developing, the fbi standoff with apple. after the terror attack in san bernardino, the fbi desperate to break into the gunman's iphone. a judge now demanding apple help the fbi. apple refusing. under fire. the two officers trying to arrest this man. he pulls out a gun. their quick action in the moments that follow. the alleged imposter accused
than a month, undetected, examining patients. the sting right here tonight. and, lucky couple. winning hundreds of millions, but what they revealed after being handed the check. good evening. and we begin tonight with breaking news in the race for three days before the high stakes republican primary in south carolina. a new national poll moments ago showing someone other than donald trump leading nationally. and south carolina's hugely popular governor, nikki haley, just moments ago, endorsing someone else. haley making it clear she wants senator marco rubio to be the republican nominee. and that new national poll tonight showing senator ted cruz ahead of donald trump, 28% to donald trump's 26%. a statistical dead heat, but it's the first time cruz is on top. marco rubio at 17%. another poll earlier today showed trump still ahead, but
come on the air tonight, could reveal late momentum before this crucial primary. abc's tom llamas is live in south carolina to lead us off tonight. tom? >> reporter: david, good evening to you tonight. donald trump loves to brag about those polls, but tonight, he won't be bragging about that latest national poll, which for the first time in months shows he's not on top. and tonight, his troubles don't end there. >> help me welcome the next president of the united states. let's go to the polls on saturday and move that down the way, marco rubio! >> reporter: tonight, south carolina governor nikki haley standing with senator marco rubio and against donald trump. >> every day is a great day in south carolina. ladies and gentlemen, if we elect marco rubio, every day will be a great day in america. >> i am so honored that she chose to join our team, because she embodies for me everything that i want the republican party
everything that it is about. >> reporter: donald trump tonight didn't even mention the endorsement. >> so saturday, get out and vote. >> reporter: governor haley, who has an 81% approval among south carolina republicans, has been sounding the alarm on trump for months. just yesterday, saying trump was out of line to knock president bush over his handling of 9/11. >> it's unfortunate. you know, i took my daughter to her first debate on saturday, and -- i mean, i was embarrassed to see a candidate criticize a president on one of the worst days that we've had in american history, and criticize the way this president handled it. >> reporter: all south carolina's key republicans players, now lining up against trump. haley and senator tim scott with rubio. senator lindsey graham in jeb bush's camp. today, trashing the billionaire. >> i think he's crazy. i think he's unfit for office. >> reporter: trump says graham's
>> the guy is a nut job. little thimble. this guy -- let me tell you, this guy knows nothing. taking on senator ted cruz, the candidate who could be his toughest competition. >> and for the first time in many months, there's a new national front-runner on the republican side. >> reporter: trump's lawyers and desist letter over this ad. >> i am pro choice in every respect. >> we cannot trust donald trump. >> reporter: trump claiming the ad is "replete with outright lies, false, defamatory and destructive statements." >> in the annals of frivolous lawsuits, this takes the cake. >> reporter: but cruz, a battle-tested lawyer, says he's ready. >> one of the things i look forward to most of all is deposing donald trump. i make take the deposition myself. >> and tom llamas back with us live. %-ptom, i wanttoget backtothat key endorsement moments ago from governor nikki haley. former president george w. bush met with her in recent days, clearly pushing for an
any reaction from the bush camp tonight? >> reporter: yes, there is, david. tonight, jeb says he's disappointed that governor haley is a good person and a good governor, and he's trying to spin the news in a positive way, saying that when he wins the nomination, she will have a role in his campaign. but the bad news doesn't end there for jeb, david. tonight, the new national poll has jeb bush at 4%. david? >> tom llamas leading us off again tonight. tom, thank you. and there are also breaking developments on the democratic side tonight. neck and neck battle. sanders, tied. clinton at 48%, sanders at 47%. she does lead in south carolina, but her campaign is well aware of the new national poll tonight, as well. which could spell a long and difficult battle ahead. hillary clinton now leading bernie sanders by just two points nationally. secretary clinton had a 31-point lead nationally just two months ago. and tonight, a revealing quote from clinton herself about her weakness on the campaign trail.
clinton headquarters tonight. >> i'm one of those mothers who met with her and was able to make it through. >> reporter: hillary clinton today, standing with the tearful mother of sandra bland, the chicago woman who's death in a jail cell sparked outrage. >> we need to face the reality of systemic racism. >> reporter: clinton and bernie sanders trying to woo minority voters. from the campaign trail -- >> what we have got to do is bring justice back to the criminal justice system. >> reporter: to the airwaves -- >> bernie sanders. >> hillary clinton. [ speaking foreign language ] >> reporter: clinton's now facing the possibility she could lose nevada, too. today, we went to her brooklyn headquarters to speak with her campaign manager. >> we always anticipated that this would be a very close contest. >> reporter: what is bernie sanders doing in nevada that you are not? >> i don't know. you'd have to ask him what he's doing. we are executing on our strategy. >> reporter: a strategy that involves thousands of volunteers now focused on getting voters to
clinton herself, now featured in "vogue," revealing this -- "i'm great at advocating for other people, but i'm not so good at really promoting myself. i just find it hard to do." >> and cecilia vega with us live tonight. cecilia, we know they flipped coins during the iowa caucuses and sanders was so close. new word tonight how they break a tie in nevada? >> reporter: david, with a deck of cards. a new pack will be distributed to every single precinct. they come with strict rules. they have to be shuffled seven times before they can be used, if there's a tie, there's a draw. the highest card wins. out is, after all, nevada, david. >> flipping coins and now decks of cards. cecilia, thank you. we move on tonight, to what will be a major issue in this presidential race, has been already. the battle tonight between the fbi and apple. months after the terror attack in san bernardino, the fbi is desperate to break into the iphone used by the gunman. and now, a judge is agreeing, demanding apple help the fbi break through the encryption on
apple tonight refusing, saying this could set a dangerous precedent. and just a short time ago, the justice department releasing a statement, saying, quote, it is unfortunate that apple continues to refuse to assist the department. abc's senior justice correspondent pierre thomas tonight on both sides. >> reporter: tonight, the fbi and apple in a titanic clash between personal privacy and national security. >> need assist now. i have shots fired. >> reporter: since the bloody end of the san bernadino attack, the deadliest since 9/11, the fbi has been helplessly staring at syed farook's cell phone, an iphone 5c like this one. >> we still have one of those killer's phones that we have not been able to open. it's been over two months now. >> reporter: a federal judge now siding with the fbi, ordering apple to find a way to hack into the iphone used by farook. tonight, apple is refusing, saying if they break into the phone, it will set up a dangerous slippery slope. >> if you design a backdoor for one phone, you have to design it for all phones. >> reporter: the fbi suspects
clues about who farook was communicating with, and where he and his wife, tashfeen malik, may have traveled. the problem? they don't have farook's four-digit password. the fbi believes that farook used apple's security option, basically a self-destruct mechanism, that renders all data on the phone permanently inaccessible if the proper code isn't entered after ten tries. but with 10,000 unique possibilities, the fbi knows cracking the code is nearly impossible in just ten tries, and so it wants apple engineers to design software to break into the phone. in an impassioned statement, ceo tim cook said, "the government is asking apple to hack" its own users. adding that the software is, quote, something we simply do not have, and something we consider too dangerous to create. cook expressing those same concerns recently on "60 minutes." >> there have been people that suggest we should have a backdoor, but the reality is, if
backdoor is for everybody, good guys and bad guys. >> it's not about us getting a backdoor. i don't want a door, i don't want a one doe, i don't want a sliding glass door. i would like people to comply with court orders. >> reporter: the fight exmroegd on social media today, with presidential candidates weighing in. >> who do they think they are? no, we have to open it up. >> reporter: but apple is standing firm tonight, arguing, if they found a way to break into that phone, they'll be able to break into any phone, which could put the private data of millions of users at stake. >> and pierre thomas with us live from the fbi tonight. and pierre, you were telling us, this patel could effect far more than just the san bernardino case, when it comes to unlocking iphones? >> reporter: that's right, david. manhattan's chief prosecutor told us he alone is trying to open more than 150 encrypted iphones, in cases ranging from murder to sex crimes and robbery. it's an epic legal battle that could go all the way to the supreme court. david? >> all right, pierre thomas with us live tonight. pierre, thank you. now, to pope francis this evening, and his historic visit to mexico. these images coming in just
crowds gathered. that visit to the mexico/u.s. border, making headlines in the presidential race here in this country. donald trump saying the pope does not understand the danger of an open border. abc's chief foreign correspondent terry moran with the pope. plus, the moment pope francis was visibly upset with crowds, pulling him toward them. >> reporter: he stood on the banks of the rio grande, head bowed in silent prayer, here at this troubled border. across the river, a few feet away in the united states, americans, including some undocumented immigrants, praying with francis, remembering the thousands who have died in the desert, trying to get to the u.s. spiritually, there was no border here today. joyous crowds on both sides, in juarez and in el paso, a hugely symbolic celebration, a message from the pope. this week, donald trump sent a message back, in an interview with fox business. >> the pope is a very political person. i don't think he understands the
we have with mexico. >> reporter: but mexico has embraced this pope. at one point yesterday, mobbing him, almost toppling him until he rebuked them. "don't be selfish," he said. and at every step, francis has spoken out, blasting some businesses as slave drivers that exploit employees. and especially taking on the violence of the drug trade here in this city, once racked by thousands of murders. but now, juarez with crime down to manageable levels, proudly hosting the pope. for francis, this isn't about politics. it's about taking in the stranger and welcoming in the refugee. he would say, that's christianity. david? >> terry moran with us tonight from mexico. terry, thank you. and overseas tonight, and to a deadly terror attack in turkey. at least 28 people killed in a car bomb explosion, in that country's capital. the blast apparently targeting turkish military buses. the u.s. embassy nearby. turkish officials calling the attack well planned.
so far. back here at home tonight, and to a developing story involving the los angeles police department. two officers under arrest tonight, accused of repeated sexual assaults on four women while on duty. the alleged attacks taking place over the course of several years. prosecutors saying some of those attacks took place in their police cruiser. the officers are scheduled to be arraigned tomorrow. and in south carolina tonight, newly released video showing the terrifying moments faced by police, who were trying to arrest a suspect. that suspect pulling out a gun and opening fire. what those officers do in the moments that followed. abc's clayton sandell with the images tonight. >> reporter: what looks routine is about to turn deadly. >> okay, just relax. just relax. >> reporter: a police sergeant in cayce, south carolina, questioning 21-year-old demetrius bryant over marijuana and an expired car registration. >> listen to me. listen to me. this is a little misdemeanor, okay?
in the leg. the sergeant fires back. >> shots fired! shots fired! >> reporter: and kills bryant. >> suspect down. >> reporter: the shootout captured on police cameras, now becoming as common as flashlights. today, 76% of all departments use some type of camera. then, there is citizen video. recording moments like last year when another south carolina officer shot and killed walter scott as he ran away. that officer now charged with murder. >> cameras cut both ways. they either can justify someone's behavior or not. we've seen plenty of police shootings in recent past where they showed bad police behavior. >> reporter: with the help of this video, this week, both now back to work. clayton sandell, abc news, denver. >> clayton, thank you. and the new headline tonight in flint, michigan. it turns out, residents are paying the highest water rates in the country for that lead
a national study showing that's nearly double the national average. $30 million bill now in congress to help families pay their water bills. there is still much more ahead on "world news tonight" this wednesday. and we have breaking news. new developments in that mansion murder case making national headlines. the family found killed in their home. there's news tonight about the suspect charged. also, the collision on the tarmac. the passenger jets clipping details. and our cameras right there the alleged imposter, accused of posing as a doctor for more than a month, examining patients. you're about to see the sting, right here, after the break. ha fe" song: "that's life" song: "that's life" p
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license? >> reporter: but police say this self-declared florida doctor lacked a medical license. just 18, malachi love robinson, was charged with seven counts overnight, including grand theft and fraud for allegedly practicing without a license. our west palm beach station wpbf was flight when he was arrested tuesday. >> i'm hurt because of the accusations and the allegations. >> reporter: last month, he proudly offered this tour of his office. >> this is the new birth and life medical center. >> reporter: saying he never claimed to be an md. but wpbf peeled back the tape on this sign, revealing those very letters. >> so many physicians, they speak to me and they are just in awe. it's not because i'm a great person, not because i'm some miracle from heaven sent, it's just because i have a passion for helping people. >> reporter: including an undercover sheriff's deputy. another patient, an 86-year-old, claims he treated her for severe stomach pain, paying nearly $3,500. his website says he treats
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