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we had no money. we had no name recognition and we were taking on the most powerful political organization in the united states of america. >> the candidates faced an electorate in iowa deeply divided and frustrated with washington. while the economy has improved under president obama, the recovery has eluded most of the middle and working classes. new terror threats at home and abroad have increased national security concerns and ted cruz's victory suggests religious right voting bloc. >> we'll turn now to our abc reporter mary alice parks who has been following the sanders campaign. >> she asked his staff if his address was a victory speech and they said yes. and abc's mary alice parks checks in from iowa with your voice, your vote. >> thanks, reena, kendis. from day one, the bernie sanders
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amount of attention here in iowa. the thinking was a victory here could show the rest of the country that bernie sanders could be taken seriously and that hilary clinton was vulnerable. a few reporters were allowed upstairs to see bernie sanders watching the results come in. it was a personal intimate moment in his hotel room just upstairs here. he was with his wife and his children. and i have say the senator was somber. he was concerned. he was very serious. on the ground, we have seen this incredible energy, the 74-year-old socialist from vermont has inspired young people and millennials. we've seen these crowds where progressives have really come together to celebrate with like-minded people. but the question has always been, could the campaign
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reena, kendis? >> all right. our thanks to mary alice there. coming up, a full breakdown of both sides of the race. >> and political analyst matthew dowd looks at what went wrong and what went right for the campaigns. you're watching "world news now."
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after this from our abc station. ever since all the ever since all the presidenti ever since all the presidential candidates threw their hats in the ring, the buildup has been to last night's iowa caucuses. >> now after iowa, it's time to break it all down. abc's political analyst matt dowd has winners and losers starting with ted cruz and what his win could mean for his road to the white house. >> iowa caucus has a larger percentage of evangelical voters than any other state. that he's going to be faced in the rest of the process. and he doesn't have a state right now where he can put together the same coalition. so he's got to figure out where he can win next and do the same thing he did in iowa. >> our rights do not come from the democratic party or the republican party.
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our rights come from our creator. >> iowa, we love you. we thank you. you're special. we will be back many, many time. in fact, i think i might come here and buy a farm. i love it. okay? >> if he had won tonight as the leader to start putting this race away and running the table, he would have won new hampshire and south carolina and beak begun to put the race away. he no longer can do that. it's a three-person race. it's incumbent upon him and a must to win new hampshire next week. >> the america that i believe in where the promise of that dream that we hold out to our children and our grandchildren never fades. but inspires generations to come. join me, let's go win the nomination. thank you all and god bless you! >> like donald trump, she had an opportunity to basically start to put this race away with a clear victory tonight. she didn't get that. now she faces a likely loss in
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so the next place she can win is south carolina. so that race is now which could have been shortened if she had won tonight overwhelmingly is now going to go into march for sure. >> and apparently, hillary clinton's press secretary brian fallon tweeting out based on the correct numbers, hillary clinton will emerge tonight with two more delegates than bernie sanders. apparently three places in iowa did a coin toss to determine who won there. coming up from presidential campaign to the ad campaign behind the scenes of one of the most highly anticipated super bowl commercials.
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with that song from last year. even more heated than the music charts battle right now is a battle forming behind your television screen. not literally. we're talking about the super bowl commercials. >> so which ones will win big on sunday? a favorite of last year is hoping for a repeat championship performance. here's "good morning america's" jesse palmer. >> with the next pick in the first draft ever, australia selects the kangaroo. >> yeah, i like that pick. >> reporter: it was one of the most talked about ads run in last year's super bowl. but they weren't selling beer. they were selling, would you believe, avocados. >> and mexico selects the avocado. >> great pick. >> reporter: well, they're back this year again, and avocados from mexico and their ad agency invited us behind the scene for a sneak peek at one of the most anticipated ads of super bowl 50. >> this is essentially a futuristic museum of culture in america. if aliens were to catch culture today, this is what they would
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some of those things. >> this is the white and gold dress that caused a civil war. this is scott baio. >> reporter: in this year's ad, iconic tv star scott baio of "happy days" makes an appearance. >> i got a call from my agent saying avocados from mexico want to do a commercial with me in it. i said, well, i eat them. what's the spot. >> while he may eat avocados. >> my wife tells me they're a good fat. which i kind of like. >> reporter: $4.5 million for an ad on the super bowl, that's a lot of avocados. actually, if you took the number of avocados that will be sold in the week leading up to the super bowl, and turned them into a bowl of guacamole, that he would reach 53 feet high. taller than the goal post. if you think there's pressure on the guys playing in the super bowl, try being an advertising executive. >> it's weird sitting there. you watch the super bowl spot and you just look down and wait for ten seconds to see what twitter says.
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we're good. >> anybody want to feed scott baio? it's included in the price of admission. no? >> can i have a chip? >> that looks pretty good. >> apparently he didn't tell his friends he hadn't done the commercial. he wants them to see it. >> and be surprised? >> exactly. >> he looked good. >> he did. that commercial is pretty fun funny looking. that's the news for this half hour. > remember to follow us on
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facebook, searching for a suspect on the loose. we'll tell you where, and how they finally caught him. they finally caught him. (nats) "god bless the great state of iowa" upsets and surprises in the first caucus of the election season.. and some of the races are still too close to call this morning! and get ready for a chilly
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