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breaking news tonight as we come on the air. from new hampshire, the results are in and we are projecting the winners tonight. donald trump and bernie sanders both claiming victory. in the first primary in the nation. votes tallied at this hour. the race for president. the power house team in force tonight. we are one on one with donald trump. we are with marco rubio, jeb bush. does he need a strong showing here to survive? and john kasich. does he have late momentum? >> we're getting pounded by everybody. reactions coming in from hillary clinton after her uphill battle in bernie sanders' backyard. and the voters reveal to who v
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"world news tonight" starts now. good evening as we come on the air live from the west tonight live in hrn hn. every four years, the nation watches and waits for the results and at this hour, they are in. abc news projecting the winners on both sides. donald trump, a major victory for him on the republican side. and abc news projecting governor kasich in second place. a major win for him. and the democratic side, bernie sanders the winner tonight. early signs of a decisive winr winner for him. and after the primary voters are looking for a candidate outside their political establishment. on the democratic side, nearly 7 in 10 primary voters describing themselves as liberals. clear advantage for bernie sanders. trump on top for the
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how will the others fare? some are acknowledged if they don't do well tonight, they could spell the end for them. we have live images coming in and images from the sanders patient as well. we were one on one with donald trump in the final hours, marco rubio, jeb bush and a lot of talk at this hour of govor john kasich in a strong finish. tom llamas, donald trump was opt ix about the polls and tonight a major victory. the polls this time were right. >> reporter: that's right, david, and we're expecting incredible confidence from donald trump as he walks out in jaus few moments and addresses his victory party. once abc news projected don't trump was the winner new
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absolutely nut, complete pandemonium. donald trump asked his supporters to make sure he won and they delivered. >> reporter: trump in manchester. >> reporter: ivanka greeting supporters in windham. >> we are going to make america great again because of your father. >> that means a lot. thank you for saying that. and thank you, you're right here with us. >> your wife is disgusted with you, she said, i'm leaving. no matter what. she says, darling, i love you, another man. i don't give a damn. >> reporter: in the final hours,
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star turned politician putting politician put the trump bravado on display, when a supporter mocked senator cruz with a word we can't say i television. she said, he's a [ bleep ]. that's terrible. terrible. >> cruz, not amused. >> donald doesn't like losing well. he doesn't like that he lost in iowa. >> do you regret the "p" comment on ted cruz. >> no i don't regret it. we had 5,000 people, the place is going wild. i didn't say it. this was a repeat of a woman who was screaming it from the audience. >> reporter: ohio governor john kasich pouring coffee in a diner. i had spent more time in new hampshire than any other candidate, 64 day, 165 events. today, he says his opponents see him as the real threat. >> we're getting pounded by everybody. i would love to know how many billions of dollars have been send in negative advertising. >> reporter: some of his volunteer, saying jeb bush is
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business up and running. you are saying you don't want job bush to run the family business. is that kind of the same thing? >> come on. that is a pat on the hand compared to the anvils they have dropped on my head the past two weeks. >> reporter: tonight, senator rubio is the one dodging anvils. struggling to come back from a dismal debate. >> let's dispel that barack obama doesn't know what he is doing. >> reporter: he went back to the president yet again. >> anyone who believes that barack obama wasn't doing what he is doing on purpose -- >> reporter: rubio trailed by a pair of robots, clashed with supporters. in manchester, rubio telling me he is staying the course. you're going to stick to it, right?
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message the entire campaign. >> reporter: tonight, chris christie who took down rubio in the debate hoping it will pull off. >> we're going to try to convince more voters. >> reporter: he may need a new hampshire miracle to pull it all. >> so far this is a very good night. we no that don't trump is going to south carolina. >> he is going to take the message tomorrow night in south carolina with a 7:00 rally. the crowd, we're expecting. >> is going to be huge. carolina. thursday, he is in louisiana. david. >> tom llamas, as soon as donald trump takes the stage, we will be back to you. abc news news projecting bernie sand erps the winner in his own backyard. not long ago, the clinton team conceding defeat in an up mill battle for her. here is what we are learning
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3 in 10 voters saying honesty and trust worthiness were the characteristics most important to item and sanders taking 83% of voters under 30. cecilia vega is live tonight. a major win fehr bernie sanders, thank you, new hampshire. a tough knight there for team clinton. >> reporter: that's right. we expect hillary clinton to take the stage any minute. her team saying in an e-mail that bernie sand erps has managed to tap in what is a sense of anger and frustration by the voters. they knew they were going to lose here. and they were hoping to avoid embarrassment. the party behind me, no
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>> reporter: for health care hrk, disappointment. her sprint to the finish line here started here in manchester. what is your prediction for >> i just love the way new hampshire does it. >> reporter: in the final hours, volunteers hitting the streets. these clinton supporters planning to knock on 50 doofrs today alone. have you been able to change minds? >> we took two people. >> reporter: but it wasn't enough. the state that brought the clintons so much. in 1992 -- >> new hampshire tonight has made bill clinton the come back kid. >> reporter: and again in 2008. >> i listened to you and in the process, i found my own voice. >> reporter: this year, new challenges. today, donald trump piling on.
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>> she went to your wedding. >> she did. she did. in a certain way, evil. in a certain way, evil. >> whoa. >> reporter: coming to clinton's defense, none other than the rival's wife, jane sanders. >> that has no place in politics today. we're not going to play that game. >> and cecilia is back with us live tonight. what does hillary clinton plan to do now? what is the strategy to quickly move on from this? >> reporter: david, the focus is now on two state, south carolina and nevada and the hope there is that she can win african-american and latino voters. and we expect her any minute now, literally any minute to take the stage here. >> we will join you back live. thank you. what a victory for bernie sanders. we want to go live to david wright tonight.
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up against the bik eg machine in blix, the clinton machine and this is a victory in a state that has treated the clintons well before. >> that's right, david. nave see this as a grassroots campaign taking on what they see to be the clinton machine. average contribution to the clinton campaign, a mere $27 and right now, you can see the crowd feeling the bern. a lot of young people, a lot of first time voters and down stairs right now, senator v senator sanders is playing hoops right now with his grand kids. >> playing hoops with the grand kids. david wright, we a2008 hear from senator sanders tonight. let's right to george stephanopoulos. donald trumpb, we know the winner. and governor john kasich in second. >> he had 106 town meetings in
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and that was the hallmark of his campaign, he did it the old too. you have a three way tie for third place between ted cruz and jeb bush and marco rubio. they are going to keep going as well. with all the establishment politicians dividing the vote that could help donald trump going forward in south carolina. >> george on the democratic side, no question bernie sand erp, huge win will fuel him forward. he has a test as well. >> he certainly does. the states going forward, nevada, south carolina, across the midwest. less liberal, more diverse than iowa and new hampshire. but he has a lot of momentum out of new hampshire. he is going to raise a lot of money. the clinton camp expected to be closer to bernie sanders. there is talk to retool their message and the team going forward.
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this is going to be a long fight. >> all right, george stephanopoulos, we will see you first thing in the morning on gma. and telling number, by one estimate, 40% of voters here in new hampshire sads they could still change their minds in the hours leading up to the primaries. today, i met some of the late deciders who teld us what way they want and why n. voters determined to have their voice herd. we day you inside the elementary school. voters including michael clark jr., a veteran, bringing his son and his mother. how important is this day? >> very important. >> reporter: he told us he voted for hillary clinton because of her experience. his mother says she hasn't forgotten the veterans. >> we have a lot of veterans coming home. going over and coming home. >> reporter: it was not clinton for john roach who never misses
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>> we set the pace for the country. >> for the rest of the country. >> reporter: voters taking their job very seriously. lose v's go to secretary clinton. let's season in. >> we are going to make a difference in people's lives. when i started this campaign last spring, i knew we were facing profound challengesed a as a country. the way too many things were going just wasn't right. it isn't right. the kids i met in flint on sunday were poisoned because their governor wanted to save money. it isn't right for a governor here in new hampshire or any where else to have to choose between paying rent or buying medicine because a prescription
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4,000% over night. and a clerk is being paid less than her son even though she on the job for more years. people have every right to be angry but they are also hungry. they're hungry for solutions. what are we are going to do? and that is -- that is the fight we're taking to the country. what is the best way to change people's lives so we can all grow together? who is the best change maker? and here's what i promise. here's what i promise. i will work harder than anyone to actually make the changes that make your lives better. in in campaign, you heard a lot about washington and about wall
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senator sanders and i both want to get secret, unaccountable money out of politics. and let's remember, citizens united, one of the worst supreme court decisions in our country was actually a case about a right wing attack on me and my campaign. and right wing organization took aim at me and ended up damaging our entire democracy. so, yes, you're not going to find anybody more commit fod aggressive campaign finance reform than me. >> secretary clinton in new hampshire tonight after coming second place to bernie sanders in his own backyard, vowing to move on in the campaign and we will hear from bernie sanders as the night continues here. when we come back, the major storm in the middle of the country moving east.
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thank you, new hampshire. on the republican side, don't trump, the projected winner of the republican primary. and we are now projecting governor kasich in second place. a huge win for him. senator cruise, governor bush and marco rubio, half the republican primary voters say thag are looking for a candidate outside the establishment. no question that memed donald trumpb tonight. i'm david muir. the latest on gma. i'll see you tomorrow night."you're watching kolo 8 news now at 6:30." tonight on kolo 8 news now... is there a major difference between a
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