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insomniacs for two decades. this morning, "your voice, your vote," the blow-out in new hampshire. >> huge voter turnout, and i say huge. >> fed up voters delivering landslide wins to bernie sanders and donald trump. >> you are going to be so happy, we are going to make america so great again, maybe greater than ever before. >> throwing more chaos into the republican race providing john kasich's campaign, other candidates left reeling. >> our disappointment tonight is not on you. it's on me. it's on me. >> once considered untouchable, hillary clinton in the fight of her life. >> i know i have some work to do, particularly with young people. >> an epic shake-up from this first in the nation primary.
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starts now. and we do say good wednesday morning, everyone. voters in new hampshire living up to their reputation of being independent thinkers, you might say, shaking up both sides in the race for the white house. >> voters came out near record numbers. take a look at this scene. it's from well into the evening. you can see cars as far as the eye can see, people rushing to vote. >> those voters sending shock waves through the democratic race giving fellow new englander bernie sanders a landslide victory over hillary clinton, and heading the race on the republican side as well, an easy win for donald trump, but ohio governor john kasich in second. ted cruz and marco rubio struggling to duplicate their success in iowa, but jeb bush with a strong showing after spending the most of any candidate. >> and those results getting a big thumbs up from donald trump overnight tweeting from his jet. it's "your voice, your vote," and abc's kenneth moton begins our coverage live from new hampshire. kenneth, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, reena and kendis.
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it shows anything can happen in this race. the polarizing billionaire and the self-described democratic socialist. the outsiders in this race, well, they had big victories here in new hampshire. >> oh, wow. >> reporter: republican donald trump and democrat bernie sanders victorious in new hampshire. >> we are going to make america so great again, maybe greater than ever before. >> together, we have sent the message that will echo from wall street to washington. >> reporter: the outsiders crushed their competition. the voters in the granite state angry at washington, worried about the economy and looking for honesty, not electability. emerging from the pack of republican governors, a surprise second place finisher, ohio governor john kasich. >> if you don't have a seat belt go get one. we're going to shake this country from top to bottom. >> reporter: the fight for third in the gop race is between ted cruz. >> your victory tonight has left
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terrified. >> reporter: jeb bush. >> it looks like you all have reset the race, and for that i am truly thankful. >> reporter: and marco rubio who admitted saturday night's debate was his downfall. >> listen to this, that will never happen again. >> reporter: a tough night for democratic front-runner hillary clinton, who promised supporters she's marching on to the nomination. >> now we take this campaign to the entire country. we are going to fight for every vote in every state. >> reporter: her opponent proved he won't be so easy to shake off. so, today is on to the next one, south carolina. the state's gop primary is set for next weekend, but new jersey governor chris christie is headed home to decide if he'll stay in the race. reena and kendis. >> yeah, as we look forward to south carolina, of course, you mentioned the one that is set for next weekend and, of course, the democrats are voting there on the 27th. how is the race shaping up in south carolina? >> reporter: well, in the
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because anything can happen, and we saw that tonight. but we do know that according to the latest polls, donald trump still has that double-digit lead in south carolina. marco rubio and ted cruz follow. for the democrats, hillary clinton is leading bernie sanders by a large margin, and that's the point she's been making over and over again. she appeals to the national democratic electorate, which is why she's the democratic front-runner, but we all know bernie sanders won't go down without a fight. >> that's true. we heard so much from ted cruz on iowa's primary night, caucus night, but not so much last night. so, we'll have to see what happens. >> yeah. >> kenneth moton live in manchester. kenneth, thank you so much. >> and, of course, the voters of new hampshire dealt a disappointing as well blow to ben carson. he was the doctor who once enjoyed front-runner status, he came in dead last in the primary. carson canceled his event in new hampshire last night. he left the state early and headed to south carolina where he still has scheduled campaign events.
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fare much better than carson, but she's apparently not ready to throw in the towel just yet. fiorina addressed supporters in manchester last night saying she's not going to sit down and be quiet. and playing in the background, tom petty's "i won't back down." well, win or lose, any candidate deciding to stay in the race is now looking to south carolina and nevada. >> and as donald trump picks up momentum, hillary clinton may be reassessing her strategy. abc news political analyst matt dowd breaks it all down for us. >> i still love new hampshire, and i always will. >> reporter: first i don't think she expected to lose by the margin she lost, which was huge in the course of new hampshire. keep in mind this was a state she won in 2008 against barack obama and now she's come and lost it against bernie sanders. this is going to totally affect the race going forward, which is what is likely to happen, bernie sanders is going to rise coming out of this because of a bump of positive press. >> we won because we harnessed
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that the democratic party will need to succeed in november. >> reporter: so she's in a real fight now for the nomination. i think this is the perfect storm for donald trump, which is he wins, he exceeds his poll numbers, and now he has multiple candidates to run against, which is the perfect scenario for him. >> to be victorious against some of these people, even if it's for one week, but believe me, it's going to be more many weeks, okay. >> reporter: he doesn't do well if it's one-on-one, and i think right now donald trump goes into south carolina heavily favored and probably wins. i'm not saying donald trump isn't going to fall, mistakes can be made as we've seen, but i think right now donald trump is the dominant candidate in this race. >> our thanks to matt dowd there, and we learned a lot from exit polling that came out of the race. two-thirds of republican voters saying they support trump's call to temporarily ban muslims from entering the united states.
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under 30, bernie sanders beat hillary clinton by a colossal margin, something she alluded to last night. >> and one more note, you can say that bernie sanders prepared for his delivering his victory speech in a rather unique way. >> yeah, you see sanders there, shooting hoops at a high school in concord just as his supporters were anxiously waiting to hear from him. sanders was joined on the court by his sons and grandkids. there's already a hoop at the white house, so you know he is all set. >> he might be. >> okay, check out this little guy in the backseat upset because he wanted his mom to vote for hillary clinton. >> i want to show daddy. can you tell me? >> i wanted hillary clinton. >> oh, and momma didn't vote for hillary clinton? oh, okay. >> the youth vote there. >> yeah, she does. all right. well, that didn't happen. mom voted for someone else. he'll have another chance by the way to agree with his parents' choices in november. stay with abc news all morning long.
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later on "good morning america." well, coming up, the morning's other major stories. >> including a major scare here in new york city. smoke seen at the top of the new world trade center. and caught on camera. a building demolition gone very wrong. how they emerged from the rubble unscathed. quilted northern works so well people can forget their bathroom experience. just like they forgot conductor randy,
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national intelligence director james clapper, he testified before a senate panel calling isis the country's top terror threat. he also warns of terrorists posing as refugees to sneak into other countries. new warnings are being issued to airlines about cargo that could explode in flight. the shipment of lithium-based batteries has been linked to at least three airplane disasters in recent years. the ntsb recommends that such batteries should be separated from other flammable cargo, and the faa urging carriers to study the fire risk before shipping possibly volatile cargo. well, drivers in nine midwest states could see gas prices dip below a dollar. the lowest price in more than 16 years. right now nearly 90% of americans pay less than 2 bucks for a gallon. the low price is largely due to a glut of oil on the global markets. today is ash wednesday, the start of lent and that means the party is over in placing like new orleans and
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celebrated. the fat tuesday revelry officially finished up at midnight when police and cleanup crews started making their way through the french quarter. lent, of course, ends on easter. >> got to figure out what i'm giving up. >> you're running out of time. this is the day. >> i know. when we come back, we do have breaking news overnight. a cross country flight diverted due to a drunk passenger. why he had to be removed. plus mile high. the celebrations in denver as their super bowl champs return. hey, remember the game when i set the rookie passing record? i mean, you only mentioned what, 50 times... how about when i had three events in one night? well, i've been working on my new superhero move all day! we're non stop, we've gotta have our extra protein. oikos triple zero greek non fat yogurt has 15 grams of protein. zero added sugar, zero artificial sweetener and zero fat.
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some parts of pennsylvania and elsewhere across the mid-atlantic could eventually see half a foot of snow today. arctic cold moves in this weekend. meantime, record highs are possible today in the los angeles area. readings as high as 80 is expected once again, and further north in san francisco a coast guard helicopter crew rescued an elderly man who was swept into the pacific by a powerful wave. it's believed that he went in to help his female companion who had also been swept away. thankfully both were taken to a hospital. checking the roads today, that snow we mentioned in pennsylvania and the northeast and things will be slippery from the dakotas all the way into the mississippi valley. if you're flying, airport delays are possible in boston
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i want to turn back to our top story right now. new hampshire voters resetting the race for the white house. >> as donald trump and bernie sanders take their victory laps, we'll have to wait for the dust to settle to see who is still standing. abc's political director rick klein explains what happened and what's next. good morning, rick. >> reena and kendis, shock waves out of new hampshire. the democratic party moving left to go with bernie sanders, and the republican party going right to deliver donald trump his first primary victory, a stunning series of events for two of the unlikeiest characters in this 2016 cast. in addition to that, the republican party adding someone to their list, john kasich, a surprise second place finish gives him a head of steam heading into the next contest and now hillary clinton in the toughest shape so far of her campaign dealt a staggering blow, a blow-out victory to someone she was never supposed to be competitive with. in addition to that, chris christie going home to reassess his candidacy. big changes on the democratic and republican side. no end in sight for either battle. reena and kendis. >> all right, rick and the crew moving south to south carolina
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the set primary focusecused for february 20th. an alaska airlines flight was diverted to denver because of an unruly passenger. the man was reportedly drunk and abusive. witnesses say at one point the man claimed everyone was going to die. the flight was from boston to san diego. but the pilot landed in denver where the man was removed by officers. the flight later arrived in san diego safely. in the meantime, in houston, texas, a very different kind of danger played out during the demolition of a parking garage. this eyewitness video shows the excavator getting a little too close to comfort for the building triggering the collapse of that entire section of the garage raining rubble down on the machine. unbelievably the witness tells us the operator of that machine was not injured. also caught on video a suspect pulling a gun on a convenience store clerk in manchester, new hampshire, but
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fake and made out of pounced beating him as he chased out of the store. he says in the future he won't risk his life over a couple hundred dollars. things can get back to normal in denver now that the broncos have celebrated their super bowl victory. they estimated that 1 million people watched the team's parade yesterday or attended the rally that followed. the team rode fire trucks through the streets. president obama made the traditional call to the super bowl winners inviting them to the white house hopefully before he leaves office. it always takes so long for the team -- >> very long. >> why does it take long? >> he's a busy man. >> a priority. national priority. time now for the morning's highlights. >> the nba's best start us off. here are our friends at espn. >> he's stan. i'm neil. tony is producing this and he said stan will go first. >> yep, let's start at the top. the warriors at home taking on the rocket. golden state's win streak 41 and counting at home. steph curry, cut it out. 19 in the first quarter. 26 in the first half, 35 for the
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he'll get the hockey assist here but he had nine traditional basketball assists in this game as well. rockets made it a game. james harden had 37, but in the fourth quarter the warriors put it away, 24-0 at home in season. 123-110. jazz won six straight but they're in trouble at dallas. four seconds left, down three. rodney hood out of trouble. hood had 29. overtime. tell me gordon hayward doesn't have product in his hair when he plays. come on now. the butler did it. utah has won seven straight. hayward had 20. jazz beat the mavs. >> a little brill cream never hurt anybody. >> yeah this, is my real hair, by the way.
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checking our top stories, donald trump is celebrating a big victory in new hampshire beating out his republican rivals by a wide margin. john kasich pulled off a surprise second place finish while ted cruz, jeb bush and marco rubio tussled for third place. on the democratic side bernie sanders defeated hillary clinton by a big margin. he was bolstered by wide range of voters attracting majority of independents, men, women and young voters. the cruise ship tossed around in the atlantic set to arrive at its new jersey port tonight. one north is calling for a federal investigation of why it sailed into a powerful storm. today's weather warm and dry across most of the west. snow squalls from the dakotas into the midwest. snow also from the northeast and new england. well, a final look at the new hampshire primary delivering extraordinary victories to donald trump and bernie sanders. >> yes, so winners celebrate a a their rivals lick their wounds. we'll take in the sights and
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>> good morning, america. the first votes being cast in the nation's first primary right now. >> we'll all be on the same team soon. >> let me warm that up for you. >> ooh. that turned out good. >> how are you doing? >> cold. >> did you guys just vote? >> sure did. >> who did you vote for? >> not telling you. >> senator sanders, your prediction for tonight? >> it's a large voter turnout. we're going to do just fine. >> the first primary in the nation. votes being tallied for some a make or break moment in the race for president. >> is tonight your night? >> well, we'll find out. >> the polls have just closed in new hampshire. the nation's first primary and we have two winners. for the republicans, abc news projects that donald trump will win. that is based on the exit polls and some votes already counted
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a decisive win for bernie sanders on the democratic side. the vermont senator scoring big over former secretary of state hillary clinton who defeated barack obama eight years ago. >> together, we have sent the message that will echo from wall street to washington, from maine to california. [ cheers and applause ] >> we are going to start winning again and we're going to win so much you are going to be so happy, we are going to make america so great again. maybe greater than ever before. >> that's what i love. >> small promises. >> well, that's what's making news in america this morning.
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