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state of the first in the south republican primary. it's the moment we've all been waiting for after a long week of debates and rallies. gop candidates waiting to find out if they won south carolina. 98% of the votes are in. these are the latest poll results. again, 98% of those votes. and donald trump is the leader with 33% of the votes. a very close tie right now for second place between cruz and rubio at 22%. now, you can see fourth place, jeb bush is dropping out of the race. dead last is ben carson. the celebration continues. >> reporter: the donald pulled
donald trump. it's triumphant for our governor. tell us why you endorsed him to begin with. >> well, as i watched the very fine candidates and read about him, it started -- it dawned on me that several of my political heros, ronald reagan and jack kemp and others were all a part of this man. he's the man of accomplishment, a man of action. he's accomplished much in a bunch of different fields, but it's deeper than that. there's a strength in him and determination and what he sees that the country needs is exactly what we need. with the international trade to build the economy back up. as well as needing that wall. also, we need to reduce the taxes and all these things he's talking about will make us stronger economically and we'll be stronger militarily.
then you're safe and the citizens can learn and thrive and grow. as he says, he wants to make america great again. i believe he's going to do it. >> everyone was -- some people were surprised that governor nikki haley decided to endorse marco rubio. what are your thoughts that she didn't back the same person you're backing. well, if you notice, we have senators and congressmen and the governor and i, we all back different people. we were scattered out among these very fine candidates, but the one i decided to go with was donald trump. i'm glad i did. i got to know him. he's an extraordinary man with an extraordinary family. he's going to make america great again. >> nobody can do it by themselves, but he's going to be our leader, and it's going to be wonderful. >> thanks for your time. dana, we'll be back with you in a moment to check in.
as we saw earlier, jeb bush received 8% of the votes this afternoon. those numbers won't matter. breaking news tonight. former governor jeb bush has announced he has suspended his campaign. destiny, it was a big shakeup in the gop race. >> yeah, dana, that's right. definitely a huge shakeup. bush coming in neck and neck with john kasich. as you can imagine, jeb bush got extremely choked up when giving his announcement. the speech only lasted four minutes. he was basically saying the numbers over the past few weeks showed him everyone's true colors and all the clarification that he needed. >> okay. the sound bite was supposed to be taken was supposed to say
south carolina have spoken. i respect their decision. tonight, i suspend my campaign. he got teary-eyed and some people got teary-eyed inside. now, the big question is what is going to happen next. as i made my way around the room, i asked supporters, who do you think will vote for next? a lot of them said john kasich. lindsay graham, we spoke with him a couple hours before that, he agreed with that. he said either bush or kasich would be the best option when it comes to this campaign hours before this watch party even started. as you can see, supporters are still making their way out of hearts are broken as jeb made his announcement that he's suspending his campaign tonight. i'm live in colombia, back to you. >> thanks so much. as you saw earlier, donald trump is the clear winner tonight. there's a tight race currently
22% of the votes neck and neck between ted cruz and marco rubio. melanie barton is at the fairgrounds with ted cruz right now. well, the room is clearing out right now. about 200 cruz supporters came out here today to the state fairgrounds to support their candidate, ted cruz. they were on their pins and needles watching this horse race between marco rubio and ted cruz for second place. >> now, cruz just spoke to us. his showing here shows that he has the potential to beat donald trump down the line. now, the current numbers show ted cruz at 22.3% of the vote. that's a tenth of a percent of a difference. when ted cruz spoke, he called it a tie. i spoke to leaders who said they pushed hard in the
knew this set the stage for super tuesday, march 1st, and that south carolina historically has predicted the republican nominee nominee. so ted cruz is not disappointed. thank you so much, melanie. we have developing news for you right now. columbia police are confirming a shooting at the mall. she just got back from the mall and has the latest for you. >> dana, law enforcement are actively looking for three suspects right now. they were involved in a fistfight, after that fight, two of those suspects fired weapons inside of the mall. skip holbrook spoke. he said some people were
>> law enforcement is reviewing mall surveillance video now. >> still have folks that we know are sheltering in place. they've hidden or concealed themselves. that's fine. we're working threw each one of these buildings to safely evacuate people. we know some folks are in their cars, so we're also working onvating the parking areas. again, it's very important that everybody realize that we have not had any reports of shots fired or anybody that's victim of gun fire since the incident occurred. >> all three of those suspects are males. watch fox will keep you up to up to date as more information on this story develops. lee holloway, watch fox news. >> still to come at 10:00 tonight, we've been focus on the gop party in south carolina. we're going to take the latest in the democratic caucus.
continue when the special edition of watch fox news at 10:00 continues. >> taking a look outside. quiet right now minus a few clouds, but that's going to week. we'll talk about that coming up later on. >> going back to the old neighborhood can be hard sometimes. walls have been built invisibly around the old neighborhood and that police brutality is used to keep folks hemmed in, and frankly, opportunity locked out. i spent my entire life in the civil rights movement. i came up in the naacp like my mom came up in the naacp,
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polls like in -- many did early this morning. haley was accompanied by her husband, michael. she says she's excited to see the outcome this evening. >> i am very excited. it's a great day in south carolina. we're seeing a lot of turnout at the polls. the weather is nice, people are excited. we make presidents in south carolina. we think it's a great day for marco rubio. >> marco rubio is holding his watch party shelly, it's still a close space for that second spot. >> a lot of people still linger to see the final results. ted cruz and marco rubio have been going neck and neck all night.
hour ago, this place was packed with rubio supporters. now, a huge boost in new hampshire last week. he says he's going to fight for the next american century. >> we are a nation and a people that celebrate success we are a nation of people that have worked hard. conservatives will always celebrate success. we fight for those still trying to make it. if tonight you're that single mother who has made it the purpose of your life to leave your children better off than yourself in the 21st century, we conservatives will fight for you. he talked to a lot of supporters who want to make
momentum into nevada. >> thank you, shelly. ben carson made several stops in south carolina today, he ended up with a sixth place position. he said he expected the finish in the top four. he hopes that his message would resonate with south carolina voters in a way it hadn't in new hampshire. he said he has no intention of dropping out. he said this is just the beginning. happening next week, carson is stead scheduled to be in nevada and california. and john kasich taking his campaign up north. he said he's focused on more
now, the south carolina gop primary may be over, but we have the democratic primary coming up. brett conway joins us to break down what tonight's wins mean for the republican and democratic parties. >> thanks for that. well, of course the big question is, what can we glean from what happened today? what do we need to know moving forward? what can we expect? >> we always work with these great guys. strategist. strategist. on. very unique perspectives. how do you think today went. what is the big takeaway.
a problem going into super tuesday. >> if you haven't heard these fellas, there's a little trash talk. >> all right. here's the deal. there were two winners tonight. all the tv stations, $262 million in ad money was spent. >> yes. >> so congratulations. the other winner was donald trump. any way you look at it, trump won. 90% of those who voted say they're angry. >> 90%. >> 90%. you've talked about that before. >> it's fueled by anger. now, here's the other thing. 72% of today's voters say they're evangelical. guess who got the most? not ted cruz. donald trump. 33% of the evangelicals.
he didn't push that side of things. >> christians are angry. seven years of this party and this guy lead the party to ultimate disaster. he's a good guy. he's just wrong for politics. so we're angry. >> with that anger, what can we expect looking ahead to super tuesday? what can we expect from democratic voters come next weekend? >> for them, you can expect continued chaos because that's how donald trump will secure the nomination. >> you're making me angry again. >> you will probably see hillary hit her stride and secure the nomination. look, iowa and new hampshire did not look like south carolina. they do not look like the rest of the country. nevada will be big for hillary. >> here's deal.
she's the nominee. the big boss' control the democrats. unfortunately we don't have big bosses, so we have to fight it out. >> trump. >> so the two candidates left really are trump and rubio. if cruz could not do better in south carolina than he did, he's not going to do better anywhere. bush is out of it. god bless him. he's a wonderful man. kasich and carson should get out. >> they said they're staying, but it's really a two-man race right now with rubio and trump. >> who will bush support? two do you think he'll back? >> he'll -- if he backs anybody, it would be rubio. but i don't know that he'll back anybody. i just don't know. >> if he's smart, he'll back bob mcallister. >> thanks, big guy. >> thank you, guys. i really appreciate you coming went.
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we'll see a relatively mild night across the area. in fact, as we look at future tonight. we're headed to church at that time, but we're in the 50s with a mostly cloudy sky that's cloudy by the time you're getting out. maybe you're rushing out to founders park for the game tomorrow at 1:30. expecting things to remain dry. you can see that here on future watch throughout the day. and as we go into tomorrow night and monday, that's when we start to get the rain chances in. so at least temperatures are mild despite another day of cloudy skies. speaking of baseball, let's take a look at the south carolina forecast as they take on albany for new york. 70 with clouds for the 130 first pitch. clemson takes on maine. 62 degrees with a few showers here's what we're expecting over the next three days, tomorrow is dry but the rain is here monday and tuesday, lows with the highs not much warmer,
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all eyes on the cla saturday. gamecocks looking to avoid play. martin and company hosting a tough team coming off a road win over georgia earlier in the week. the gators were here to play right from the tip. usc would respond right back. gamecocks would begin to pull away in the 1st half. he knocks down a triple after putting his defender on his
close the half on a 20-0 run and eventually this thing goes to overtime. it would be the big man coming up big for the gamecocks with crucial buckets on back to back possession usc getting a critical win. 9-5 in the sec. >> unbelievable by the guys. kentucky came in here and broke our spirit. we walked around for four or five days wounded. florida is a good team. they're old, veteran, they've done an unbelievable job.
really, really proud of our guys guys. tigers looking for their tenth win. 34 points but wolf pack just a bit stronger on the home floor. maverick, an incredible name, what a shot here. that bucket goes and nc state goes on to win it 77-74. tigers ncaa continues to dwindle away. the gamecock baseball team is looking to begin the 2016 season with a series win. they can clinch it. gamecocks getting a win in the second. don jones with a solo shot to left. first of his career puts usc up 1-0. big afternoon going 3-4.
bring a 2-2 tie in the fourth. brayden west threw five innings. gamecocks clinched the series with a 6-2 win. >> all in all was 6-2 win. pitched pretty well. played great defense. no errors again. found a way to win with dom and alex not getting a hit. all in all, i was pleased with what i saw and how we played. see if we can come out here tomorrow and get the third one. >> and doug king, the clemson tigers after a 9-4 win sunday afternoon. making his first appearance since being diagnosed with hodge skins lymphoma. rubberbacks set for 1-p.m. on sunday. >> that's a look at sports, stay with us.
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debt. she'll get the job done... for us. and i approve this message. it definitely came to no surprise to anyone. donald trump winning the south carolina primary. 93% of the votes are in. he won with 33% of them. tara is at the donald trump watch party.
>> reporter: dana, live in spartanburg at trump headquarters, this was a major win for trump. he's remained consistent. it was still a little up in the air on whether he could come out on top tonight. undecided voters are in question, and donald trump is facing serious criticism over the last week or so over the comments he's made toward the pope and the comments against jeb bush. many people saying he should be sneaking out in the middle of the night after some of the comments he's made. his confidence and honesty is why people are backing them. he continued his hostile comments against governor nikki haley.
over the governor anytime. >> trump has won 50 delegates tonight. we're live in spartanburg, wach fox news. making national headlines today, thousands gathered in washington to say good-bye to supreme court justice antonin scalia. federal services were at the national shrine immaculate conception. scalia's son paul -- law enforcement are actively looking for at least
those suspects. skip holbrook says they're now searching for two black males that could be 20 to 25 years old. inside the mall. two of those suspects fired shots inside the mall, one is wearing an acid wash jean and the other suspect is wearing a dark hoodie and the other suspect is wearing a dark hoodie and had a black handgun. the third person is not considered a suspect. there were no injuries throughout the night. place. they've hidden or concealed themselves, and that's fine. we're working through each one of these buildings to safely evacuate people. we know some folks are in their cars, so we're also working
continue after the break. welcome back. we're continuing our extended coverage tonight of the first southern primary. 33% of the vote going to donald trump. he was declared a clear winner early on in the evening. now, ted cruz and marco rubio are tied at about 22% currently. jeb bush has dropped out of the race, putting john kasich into
receiving 7% of the votes this evening. right now, britt conway joins us live in the studio to break down what the wins mean for the republican and democratic party and super tuesday is coming up right around the corner. >> thanks for that. we have a lot to look forward to. we're still at the beginning of this. i'm joined by the former gop chairman in south carolina. scott, before we got into this, we talked about kind of breaking down how each of the candidates did today. let's start, of course, with trump. >> each candidate coming into south carolina has a specific job to do. donald trump's job was to win by a decent margin. he won by ten points or so. no one has ever won the new hampshire primary and south carolina primary and not gotten the nomination. he's doing very well. ted cruz had a job to finish second.
rubio's job was to come into south carolina and finish second. he had a lot of big endorsements. which he kind of did. it's still vague right now. >> would you feel comfortable guessing on how that's going to go? >> it doesn't matter. it really doesn't matter. what matters is jeb bush's goal was to finish third. he failed missable. he's a great guy, qualified fire. >> he's out. his support will be dispersed pretty evenly through the candidates. kasich had a job to do. to beat bush. he tied bush. and carson's job was to get out of last place. which he didn't do. >> you're confident in how he'll do in ohio. >> he's a popular governor. he'll win there.
does he have left to do this. donald trump has self-funded, and he hasn't put a ton of money in. if you look at his money, it's very small. so it's a huge victory for trump. we're discounting that because he was expected to win big, but he won by a huge margin, and he almost looks unstoppable. i think the voters, some voters are looking for the antitrump candidate, whether that's cruz or rubio. i think you will see them go on for considerable time. >> now, you mention the possibility of kasich sliding in as a possible independent candidate. >> he could. he's a qualified candidate. ohio is a stuff state for republican and democrats. it goes both ways. i think maybe he's trying his best to stay and be relevant. he's a good guy. he's been a great governor of ohio. >> so what now?
>> who knows. nevada is really up for grabs with the republicans. we've seen bernie sanders and clinton fight it out there. i think the democratic primary next week in south carolina, clinton is so far ahead right now. it's going to be a huge margin for her. >> were you surprised to see how things went between clinton and sanders today? >> well, clinton was so far ahead and bernie has closed that gap dramatically. you see the support for bernie sanders under 45 is overwhelming. he has a message to resonate with the young voters. >> now, they always say who wins south carolina usually gets the gop nomination. do you think in that case that that will be trump? can you foresee that at this point? he's a very different candidate. >> what's the overriding reason for trump?
policies he stands for, but you understand people are sick and tired of what's going on in washington. i know people that are very evangelical and pro-life. they support trump. they're dustin over washington -- their dustin over washington trumps donald trump's lack of support for the pro-life movement. >> 90% of exit pollers said there was anger. do you think a nontrump candidate can be enough to overtake the anger we're seeing for a lot of voters? >> it's tough. bernie sanders is showing the anger. people want dramatic change and the only people who can do that in their eyes is donald trump. >> we have a lot to look forward to. we had a lot saturday for the round. thanks for that.
and welcome back, friends, on this saturday night extended edition. i want to take a moment. i was at an event that we
have mc'd for several years now. i snapped this picture of them up doing their thing tonight. wonderful organization. wonderful event and an honor to watch these two at work for something that's near and dear to them. they've served as master and my tress of ceremonies. we're seeing a few clouds against the white out there. things will change. clouds are going to hang around for a few days. we're going to see more changes in the forecast.
across the midlands. more locations. 55 in saluta. 57 in orangeburg. now, looking at future watch. we'll pause this 8:00 a.m. when you head to church. cloudy when you're getting back. temperatures mild, around 70 degrees. take a look at this. 70s, eventually down into the upper 70s. sunday rain chances rolling in. by time we head into overnight tomorrow and monday. headed to founders park. south carolina, albany, 70, heading up to clemson. you're taking on maine. could have a shower. 62 degrees in the upstate at clemson. next three days from 73 to 67 to 56. the rain continues at 62 degrees.
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99% of the polls coming in right now. 32% of the votes going to donald trump. he's the clear winner in the first south republican primary. tara was at the watch party throughout the day up in spartanburg. quite an eventful afternoon there. right now, still very close tie, neck and neck and ted cruz at 22%. i'm looking at the numbers right now. less than 1,000 votes dividing the two. of course jeb bush drops out of the race today. kasich coming in with 8% of the votes and ben carson with 7%, coming in at last place. we'll have an update for you
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