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19-point winver his neart competitor ingew jersey governor chris chriie and carly fiorina to thexits. aoug y eyave sude their caais afr poinishes ia d new mpsh thnehampire survivors have now descended on south carolinasi of one of the nexcritic faceffs. our lical team has redeployedwo. wein our covage with nbc ktur. hi, katy. >> reporter: hi, lester. things are about to get interesting. i'm already told attacks are beg epd on dond trump's thre marriages and stance on eminent domn. a new world ouere. if new hampshire wanted to see their candidate t on its coh, sth carolinis wanto know hhey punch. donald trump's 757 is flying little hier tonigh soaring into south carolina off trump's double-digit victory inew hampshire. >> we are going now to soh carona. we're ing to in south carona. i love you all thank you very much. >> reporter: trump trouncing the field, beating secolace john kh byore than 50,votes. >> thewant to see us ta thent bk. eyant seereat al not horrible deals. >> rorter: a
s path for't easy. south carolina is lot different om n mpe. in 2012 ex pling, 65% of g voters identifieds evangelical or born again. a voting blothat ted cr is pectedo exl with, st as he did in iowa. and while trp owned voters who called emselves themselvesependent in new hampshi, st 25% of south carolinians see emselves that way. >> a lot opele here are shooting for the silveredalnd ving donaltrum the gold medal. >> reporter: like ne hampshire, trump has drawn big and enthusstic crowds across this e. it's where he got roaring cheers for his muslim ban. >> a total and complete shutdown of muslims ente the unit states. >> reporter: but historically it's also a ace that's rewarded organization ancunning maneuvering. >> it's going be sporty. i mean, soh calina tas electis re personally. >> reporter: like w hampshire, trump has led every south rolina poll sinc
claim those numb caequal s. ty tur, nbc news, new york. >> reporter: i'm pet alexander in south rolina. >> kich! kach >> repter: where jo kasich is ohis rst stop aft a econplac finishn ne hampsh >> t you, jo! >> rorter: the ohio governor iisting his positive message is resonating. >> the light overshadowed the darkness of negave mpaigninlast night in new hampshire. it's really, really cool. >> reporter: how do you navigate the anticipated gative attacks that ar coming youway? >> i'm not going to let mebodyound me. i have aight to defend my snow flurry >> reporter: watching theesults come i tuesday nighrks kasich was more reflective. >> we plugged away, plugged away, the littlengine th ca >>ter:ut in soutcarolina ts mitern mod faces a steep uphill climb in a state famohrisan conservatives, the target audnce fo ted cruz. >> the men and women south carolina, believe, want a consistent conservativesomebody who is the same yesterday, today and tomorr. eporter:eb bush's days may
strong south carolina showing, calling on his brother, t former predent. >> jeb bush is leader will ep our country safe. >>e can do this. we can do this together, and my pledge to you is i will run wh het as a candide. i will n veefrom what i believe to true. i ll stand on consertive principl. reporter: but so much f southern charm. a marco rubio adviser predicting this state going to be a bldbath. >> south carolina will be defitivan teate, i ne your vote. come out and help us i need your suppt. >> reporter:till south carolinians may avoid the establishment all together. >> thee looking for somebody thas going to say the things that th want to hear. the peoplen sout calina are angry right no and the nt aandidate that flects that. >> reporter: that ndidate willot be chris christie or carly fiorina. as you noted, both of th suspeing th camptoday. as for john kasich, campaign aisers te meis goal res to prent jeb bush from rning the uth carolina primarynt his comeback story. ster. >> per, thanyou . on the docratic si of all this bern sanders' campaign says rai $
pos closed last nit. now saeris looki to broadenis appeal with minority vote while hilrylint y ske up her campai after h resoding los we've t both campaigns covered starting with nbc's kae nt. sie? >>eporter: leste good evening. these millio that ma up the best fund-raising day er in small donations, averaging just $34 ae, but senator sands lling nbc news tonight he knowse still has a lot of to bernie sande looking ead. a day after heent hillarylinton t stunning defeat in new hampshe. having breakst with reverend al sharpton aicic harm restaurant, blocks omhere bil clinnoved his officehehe left the white house. >> it is very impoant thate sent a signal that onhe morninafter an historicictory tt he w come haemnd have eakfaswith me. >> reporter: therere
sanders coition. st nht he won 83% of the you vote and % ndepde but hillary clion still has more nori su and etates aad are bigger and more dirse. in iowa and new hampshire, over 90% of decratic voters we white,ot i neh a l lano populati. in south carola wher a majory a african-american do y think it's possible for you t n t docratic noti if yo n't conviee blac voters to bk you? >> well, it absolutely esstial the african-amican vote andhe latino vote, both votes, enormously important. we intento do very well iboth of those commities. >> reporter:he vermontenatoraking that pitch along with shoong se hoops today on "thview." >> the reason we'll do well is our views on criminalusticen this country, and that is whave a bron iminal jtice syem. >> reporter: sanders already has strong support amg ing
if hcan brdehis appeal, his campaign belies he can keep winning. >> thank you, new hampshire. >> reporter: kie hunt, nbc news, new york. >> reporte i'm andrea mchel covering the clinton campaign. >> i sti love new hampshire, a i always will. >> reporter: a team now considering big changes like adjusting thr meage. in hcessio clinton echoing nders trying to appeal to sanders' supporters. >> will fighto rein in wall street, d you ow wt? i know how to do i you're not gng to find anydy more committed to gressive campaign nance refo tha me. >> reporter: top inton supporte tell nbc news they are alarmed byoters' reason f abanding clinton, losg to sanders oonesty and trtwthiness by whopng 86 pnt and th potenti first female predent losing women by 11 points, and young women by 59 ints. exct t hear more clinton attk lin against sanders'
antaxes. >> iill raise your comes but not middle class taxes. >> meanwle t campaign is already diating bill clinto to south carolinahis ekd, a state thatas bee fraught for in the past, gettingbacklash for this attack againstarack obama when he ran ainst hillarclintoin . >> this whole thing is the biggfairy tale i've er se. >>eporter:lints hope nevadand so carolina more diverse and e she now leads ara firewall. a lot ll dend on thstate's top democr, congressman jim clyburn. >>no. mot ring outn endorsement before the election. i'm ju ruling one out for this week. >> reporter: even though she lost big, clinton will get ny delegates saers fromlected ofal and tomorrow she will be endorsed by the reional ack caucus, big boost for soh caroli and beyond lester. >> area mitchell, thank you. let's bring in our political director, the derator of "et the prs,chuck todd. do anyf the rules and experice onew hampire apply goin forward? >> well, not only do ey apply. it could actually be a rerun in this respect,
ought new hampshire goio serve of the way it would wiow theepublican fiel help dermine who wou be chi challenger to trump and uz. now that roloes to south carolian republans. many republican campaigns i'vealked toodoncede trump cruz will be one and two d now it's the race for third. this time on the democrat side soh carona, instead of cnton being the unrdog. she plays thfavori and it's sanho ishe underdog playing the game of expectations. so south carolina, oddly enough, a rerun of n hamps >> chu todd,hank very much. we learned today that the jusce partment hasiled a civirights lawsuit agnst ferguson, ms missouri now that the ty is balking at making changes in th wake of the michael own shooting. e city agreed to provide better police training and chae w its courts do business, but last night thciai some changes, including higher ce salaries, would cost too mh, so now the ds are going to cot seeking an order that would force the city to makehose chges.
outse bae two sheriff's deputies have been shot and kied. it all began with a stncll when investigators say spect ened fire inside a restauran nmded as 67-arld d evans flood d shot another deputy before he was killed by police. there are some new warnings about the very real fire danger to airplanes pos by lithium iobattie found in just about cell phone and laptop and often shipped asir car ey have alreadbe lied tad crashes, and now the faa, the ntsb and the nation's main pilot union are all warning against shipping large qutities of these and as nbc's tom costello reports some ssger flights >> reporter: 9 damming. the dangers posedy lithium i batteries on full display in this fest. a bulk shient of
hoe plane'fire ppression system is overwhelmed. battery cao fires have alrdy been blamed for this catastrophicire on board a ups cargo fi in philadelphia and loss of twcargo anhat killed theirrews in dubai and off ko now a top pilo' union is cling for a total ban on all battery shipments. >> we have no fi fighting equipnt on board thatan fight thisire. if it lights off, the only chance oa successful outcome that we have is toet e acraft on the ground as soon as possible. >> reporter:hile airlines aeady ban lk shients of batteries, nearly every cell phone, laptop, tand dvd ayerarried on a ple comes with lithium batteries can overheat. ready 100 cases o small fireon board passenger ples, some ergency landings. today the ntsb said the risk ped b lithn batteries is growing and immediate and called r new battery >> we're lking for separation of lithium ion batteriefrom flammable materials,
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>> we ain'tard t plse. we just like to be treated fair. >>perhaps a reminder to candidates th i the w south d traditions hold st. the customerhod alwaysome first. kevin tibbles, nbc news, spartanbg, south carolina. >>hawill do it for us on this wednesday gh i'm lester hol foall of us at n newsthank you r watching good night. news,hankou for watching a goo a major safety a major safety alert for parents. a child harassed on way to school thimorning--a we're taing to the dist about what happened. miked libs weather tease andy stand up hello evyo and thanks
, m b quk.i'liyden. first tonight... all those school cancellations from last week's snow storm... are w catcng up withur local school distric some are adding make-up days, others areaking the school day a litt longer. news 5's andy koen joinss live at high plains elementary... so some students will ed to set those arm clocks earlier? that's right. starting later this month, all elementa, middle and high school students in district 20 will nd to come to school 10 minutes earlier. and even that could change if get more b weaer later this year. so far, no changesdistrict 11 ...t administrato tell us if ything tiddle scho udents are t mt liey to be aect. early start times here in strictbegin bruary 22nd ..